A whirlwind of fun. A satire without a sting. A gay, bubbling effervescent romance on the topic of the hour. A distinctly human love story such as only Mr. Chambers can write.
aloud the pencilled memoranda:
"May 1st, 1910.
"Reginald Willett, a wealthy amateur, author of Rough Life Photography, Snapshots at Trees, Hunting the Wild Bat with the Camera, etc., etc., left his summer camp on the Gilded Dome, taking with him his kodak for the purpose of securing photographs of the wilder flowers of the wilderness.
"He never returned. His butler and second man discovered his camera in the trail.
"No other trace of him has yet been discovered. He was young, well built, handsome, and in excellent physical condition."
Sayre turned the page outward so that Mr. Trinkle could see it.
"Here's his photograph," he said, "and his dimensions."
Mr. Trinkle nodded: "Go on," he said; and Sayre resumed, turning the page:
"May 8th: James Carrick, a minor poet, young, well built, handsome, and in excellent physical condition, disappeared from a boat on Dingman's Pond. The boat was found. It contained a note-book in which wa