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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

had left the Bar-20 apparently during the night or very early morning ; and that Spike was not at the Block Diamond. Flash Ray, of that ranch, had stated that his boss had ridden away just after dawn. He didn't know where, Spike might be anywhere. Block Diamond territory extended for many miles.
Much was known now but much remained to be discovered-and proved. Chaos and confusion were gradually giving way to some sort of order but still there were shadows. Bill reckoned he might have a long way to go yet before this affair was concluded. On the other hand another lucky break comparable to that of the night before might come at any moment. In the meantime Bill was going to talk to Pasco. The Indian must have some good reason for sending the message to the ranch. Bill wasn't passing up anything. He'd talk to Pasco-if the Apache came.
He did come, watched by the keen-eyed Ned, covered by Ned's gun from the moment he came into sight. Later, when he stood in front of Bill at the base of the outcrop, he was still covered, but seemed not to notice the fact. He himself was unarmed. He stood with folded arms across his naked torso, hawklike face impassive, dark eyes on Bill Rankin.
" Peace, " he said.
" You come in peace ?" asked Bill, who had dealt with Indians before.
" Yes, in peace."
Bill nodded, watching him closely.
" Why did you send for me ?"
The answer came swiftly.
" You rendered White Eagle a service. I told you that I did not recognise who it was who attacked White Eagle, that I did not know why he was attacked. Now I know that it was Quietta, from the

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