The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, January 20, 1906, Image 6

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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY, JARUAIY to, A
The Deputy
Game Warden
By CLARA TAYLOR
OpyrtX, x l C. C JMrerito
Harry Taylor. Tale graduate and all
round good fellow and a general fa
write, although It waa known that he
bad no fortune, bad goue Into the Main
wood with a party of campers who.
111 himself, could but well afford the
eason at Newport A it was the
ekiee season for atl kind of big pinto,
(boy mad little pretense of bunting.
They had been In the wood for a wfek
or tea day when Nick Barton, the
game warden for that district hap
pened that way and wa put up for the
atght. Before leaving In tbe morning
he a id to young Taylor:
,. "Look here, now. I have got to go
out of the woods for a week, but It
wont do to Wart thia district without
warden. There at plenty of ramp
tea coating to. and some of them will
run any rtak to secure the antler of a
Moat. I've got to tear deputy be
hind bm to travel about and watch, and
Tm wondering why yoa wouldn't fill
tb blU."
"I hare never acted a a policeman
yet replied Harry, with a mile.
"Bat this la a tar different thing.
naO giro notice to all the camper I
wwme across that a deputy has beoa
left In the woods and that any Inter
tforeac with the game law win bo
ttaly and rigorously punished."
"But suppose I And tbe law being vio
lated and make an arrest"
"AD yoa hart to do Is to take your
CMter before the nearest justice of
peace and auto your case. It Isn't
over tweaty-flve miles to the nearest
magistrate. It will beat fishing and
dawdling around all hollow."
Farther objection were made and
combated, and the upshot of the mat
ter was that Harry Taylor was duly
and legally appointed deputy gam
warden In and for a certain district
j TafflflubodT there for the next two
I minute and stared. He had at last
recognised Mln Bessie Whiting, dans
tar of the banker. II had met her half
a doaea times la society, and It waa
whispered around the clubs aud else
where that he had been more than "at
traded." But she was the last person
be expected to Uirvt in the deep woods
of Maine.
"Our camp Is ouly two wiles away,"
she explnlued as lie gave her a hand to
help ber out of the cunoe. "I came up
the pond hoping to get a shot at a wild
fowl, but I have had great luck. While
1 waa resting and looking around a
great moose pushed his way through
the bUHhea to drink, and. though I Ored
ouly one shot, I brought him down.
8uh antler: Why. all the girls la the
City will envy me w ben I get back. IH
you think they will hare It In the pa
pers r
"I am very much afraid so," he said
tu a serious Tolce.
"Why, what la Itr
"Iidnt your father or brother tell
you that It Is against the law to shoot
a moose this time of year?"
Why. no."
"Well, It ta. and you have, as I said,
laid yourself liable to a heavy floe.
There may be Imprisonment as well.
but I am not sure about that"
"And what-wbat am I going to dor
he aaked In faltering tone. "If you
aud I keep still about It bow are they
to know that I shot the mooter'
1 i ouioi: u
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There's where the trouble comes la I Uy, w have the article for jouj pat
You see, I am a deputy game warden.
and It Is my duty to arreet yoa and
that you are punished."
And I've got to go twenty Uv mil
through the wood with your
The nearest magistrate la that dis
tance away."
The girl sat down on a log and began
to abed tears. It would be la the pa
pers wun a. vengeance ahe were
brought before the law.
Alter regaruiug ner with a aympa
thetic look for a moment young Tay
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.1 AJt A DKPCTT OlHI tllDR, AXO IT
U XI Di rt TU AKJU9KT XOU."
until sach time a relieved. He hadn't
the slightest idea of bestirring biniMelf
as an official, aud It never occurred
to blm that be would be call"! uion to
exercise bis otllrlul authority.
The unexpected was gettiug ready to
huppen, however. , Four days uf ter the
departure of the warden lim deputy
took a stroll UirouU the wood with
gun upon his shoulder. It wait simply
a matter of coim-lem-e with hiui. aud
be did not iuteud to tire hiiiiM-if out
He bad beard of iio cuuiiktm witbiu a
dozen mileit, and he was therefore cou
klerably turpried at bejiniii; Die re
port of a ride a ijuartir of a mile from
where be aat retiug uinler a uee. He
knew that Uie Drearui bud beeu iii
hargel on the shore of a uutl fur
rouuded by thickets and kuowu the
bauut of the uiooe. It was Inure than
'likely thut whoever the hunter uiiglit
be, he had tired at a niuofe und vio
late! the law.
There was a feeling of authority lu
the youug liiun's breunt si hv pUirted
out to ruu down the violator. He did
bot hare touch trouble about it. As he
neared the lake he heard a wounded
aniuial thrufhiiig about In (lie gras
and water, and, getting Mill nearer, be
could distinguish a person in a cauoe.
That person washokiiiig the diM barged
rifle across Li knee a he sat aud
watched the dying struggles of bis
game. The canoeist, was wearing a
nondescript garb, and it waa three or
four minute before young Taylor
loade up bia mind as to sex snd mut
tered to biuiself:
"By Jingo, but It's a. girl amter, and
ahe has surely shot a moose! What the
deuce am I going to do ajwut arresting
Lor and conveying ber twenty-fire
mites tbronxh the woodsr
Two or three minutes later the moose
for it waa a moose, and a big bull at
that ceased bis struggles, and the ca
noe was paddled to the bank.
That'f right-come ashore." called
Taylor. "Do yoa know that you have
-killed a moose in the close season and
thereby subjected yourself to a heavy
fie if not to imprisonment a well?
am a deputy game warden, and It 1
eay duty to place you under arrest"
Ta It is It Mr. Taylorr Inquired a
girlish vote as the canoe waa slowly
ftoshed through the grass to the Una
bore
t 1&JPtf yoo-joaV
sereral minutes was a fact beyond
dispute. The branches were broken
aud the grass all beaten down, but
there was no moose. The bullet had
hit an antler and stnuned him. and on
coming to the cunning anluiu had
skulked away with no more noUe than
rabbit, He said nothing of this.
however, on bis return to the weeplpg
girl.
"When when are you going to take
nier she asked as she looked up
through ber tear.
"Well, I supiiose we ought to go to
camp and see your father first I don't
eisctly see what be can do In the mat
ter. bur-
Mr. Taylor, you must get me out of
this scrspe somehow. Why, I'd be a
perfect laughingstock If the papers got
bold of it Can't father pay th amount
of my fine to you 7'
"He might but there's the Imprison
ment yoa ee. Can yoa say that you
thought the moose wss an elephant or
a rhinoceros V
"1-4 caa't tell a lie, Mr. Taylor."
"Can you say that yoa sbat your eyes
wheu you pulled the trigger?"
"N-o-p-e."
"But there must be a way of saving $5.00 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
you," he said aa he sat down on the tb return of Chine certificate No.
log beside ber. "I think you shot at a of SXong gbM Moy( ..bout S
. TV . , . . , , wk sgo. Return to Wing Chin Chong.
went off by accident As yet I have " "
not seen the desd moose, snd I csn't '
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