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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 19

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" 'No, we will, leave it tilbthe-mom-ing
I said, '""We will invite him on
a trip down to your place, and if he
gets suspicious we must kidnap him.'
"Now I know that Hanslaw did not
hear whatBrechmann and I had
planned to do. We took -good care to
be out of hearing when we talked
the matter over, hut instinct is better
than hearing. Hanslaw had his in
stincts sharpened when 'that flywheel
went wrong. Andvhe felt that Brech
mann and I were up to -something
thab concerned" him. In the morning
when we-were making, preparations
to go down the rivecie bolted. Yes"
he bolted into the jungle. We went
in pursuit of him with .a, crowd of
Dyaks, and he made fools of us. We
were what is that word you use?"
Ah, tenderfoot! We. were tenderfeett
compared to hinr in'hiB knowledge of
the jungle. Mein Gott! Yes! He fool-,
ed us like as if we. were so many chll-
Ldren. He chattered like the orang-,
utan, and he laughed when he found
that we could not tell his cries- froin,
the cries of the monkeys. We had
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T He Picked He Up Very Gently and Carried Her Up to the Byngalow, x
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