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the poor heathens of the Columbia as Whitman and Spalding were doing with their tribes.
He said, "Amen," then, and the Indian said, "Amen."
Weatherby felt refreshed when he got up. More than ever he felt chosen, and strong, adequate, sure that in this little meeting, in this little worship by a white man and a red, God had shown Himself.
" Me go to camp," the Indian said, motioning toward the idled train. He led his horse along.
The men were still playing cards, so intent on the game that none but Summers appeared to notice their approach. They played with noise and violence, slapping down the cards as if force would rule the outcome.
Weatherby tried to guide his guest around. He was angry and ashamed at this example of the white man's way, and fearful that a strange temptation would fascinate the Indian.
The Indian wouldn't be herded. He stepped up to the circle, Weatherby trailing after him, and watched for a long moment. He caught Summers' questioning eye. Then, to Weatherby's surprise, to his satisfaction, to his immense delight, he said, "Badl Badl"
Weatherby liked to think the game broke up as a consequence. Summers said, "Party's over, hoss," and the others began to get up. Summers went on, "If this here's the worst you ever do, you'll be a heap good Injun." His eyes went to Weatherby. They were gray, smiling, skeptical eyes, and Weatherby might have felt compelled to answer them but for the continuing wonder of the Indian's words.
He moved away as the game stopped and Daugherty

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