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"So a shamed and aggrieved Jack Wilson left his quiet village in the pastoral Clyde Valley" (Simmie 11).
Yes, Polly, I must travel away for a year so the incident is forgotten. I sail in July to Canada.
John Wilson joins the RNWMP and works in Blaine Lake. "In the summer of 1916 John Patterson, an affable man, invited the new Mountie home for supper, and there he met Jessie, a willowy sixteen-year-old with a lovely high-cheekboned face and thick brown hair (Simmie 25).
She is absolutely gorgeous.
"No! No, don't do that. Take the next train to Saskatoon tomorrow and I'll meet you there midafternoon sometime" (Simmie 48).
"I'll be there. I can't believe I'm really talking to you. I doubt I'll sleep a wink tonight" (Simmie 48).
"No, Jack, don't!" (Simmie 79). John had shot his pregnant wife.
John and Jessie are now happily married.
"Till death us do part (Simmie 87).
"At 6:50 A.M. on April 23,1920, the death bell began to toll... At 6:55 A.M. the bell had stopped and the black flag ran up the pole. Life was pronounced extinct at 7:07 A.M. (Simmie 208-209).
John Wilson's child was born on the same day he was hung.
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