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mend moccasins for a simple gift. In these tribes had disappeared the savage heathenisms-and all because of Christianity. All because two consecrated men, Dr. Whitman and another-Spalding-had established missions somewhere north to bring the truth to them.
He said, "Good evening," to the Indian.
The Indian smiled and said, "How do?" He brought his horse up. It had a homemade saddle on it, with skins tied on behind.
" Cayuse?"
" Christian, me."
The answer struck Weatherby as the proper one, as the answer to the question that he should have asked. "I am a Christian. I am a preacher."
The Indian nodded as if in halting understanding of
the words. "Good man. Pray."
" Let us have a prayer. Let us talk to the Spirit."
" Pray now?"
" Pray now."
The Indian slipped from his horse and knelt with Weatherby in the grass.
Weatherby tried to make his prayer simple. "We thank Thee, God, for Thy blessings. We thank Thee for life and health and all Thy loving bounty. We thank Thee for Thy love of all of us, white man and red man and all the men of earth. Help us to be worthy. Help us to do Thy will. We pray Thee, help us not to swear or worship false gods or idols or to drink firewater or commit adultery. Let Thy mercy rest on us."
While he spoke, he said an inward prayer, asking God for the strength and wisdom to do His will among

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