Mr. John Brandon, a man of wealth, was told by his family physician that his daughter, Alice, was declining in health, and that he must take her to New Mexico, where the climate might bring her back to health and strength. Alice is secretly betrothed to her father's clerk, and when her father finds this out, it is an added reason why he should try to get his daughter away from the city. The journey is made. Dr. Rice, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, advises a three-weeks' stay in Bear Canyon, a distance of twenty miles from the city. The father, therefore, makes the arrangements. Later they find themselves in the rugged, rocky canyon. The daughter of a goat herder, himself an invalid, and only a few years earlier compelled to come to the same place for his health, while out with her herd of goats, sees the city girl in her flowing white robe, is startled, goes home and tells her parents. They explain to her that it must be some tourist that has by chance come to this part of the country. ...
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