October 6, 1911
Dear Mrs. Coney,
… Aggie was angry all through. She vowed she was being robbed. After she had berated me soundly for submitting so tamely, she flounced back to her own room, declaring she would get even with the robbers. I had to hurry like everything that night to get myself and Jerrine ready for the train, so I could spare no time for Aggie. She was not at the depot, and Jerrine and I had to go on to Rock Springs without her. It is only a couple of hours from Green River to Rock Springs, so I had a good nap and a late breakfast. I did my shopping and was back at Green River at two that afternoon. The first person I saw was Aggie. …”
In this episode, the Edmonsons and their sweet Cora Belle make another appearance. Some new characters–big and small–also join the group.
The letters of Elinore Rupert are in the Public Domain.