This is a story of a foreign diplomat who has returned to his home and brings with him an Indian, who had attracted his attention. The Redman is introduced into the house of the diplomat as a servant, and at once proceeds to play havoc with the routine of the household. His blunders are of the innocent sort for the time being, but he creates consternation among the regular white servants and makes friends only with the children of the family, and of these there are several. The good matron of the family, in an emergency, sends the Indian out to buy a bonnet for her own use, and when he returns he has three splendid articles of feminine headgear, which he later admits he had taken from the heads of young women whom he had met in the millinery shops. He returns to the house in triumph, but he is followed closely by the victims of the theft. The Indian tries to make love to the maids and gains the enmity of the mistress of the house by his attentions, which, although well meant, are ...
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