WATSON


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WATSONWireless Activities Transmitted Seamlessly Over the Network
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"Get up!" commanded Watson. "If you are a gentleman, get up--that's what Patsy told me, you know."
And all the time Watson exposited the way Patsy Horan had done it.
"Watson," he said, "there's a young man in Washington who can handle this situation, and I want you to run down and see what you think of him." Watson went, reported favorably, and in a day or so the young man received a letter from Hubbard, offering him the position of General Manager, at a salary of thirty-five hundred dollars a year.
Bell invented the telephone; Watson constructed it; Sanders financed it; Hubbard introduced it; and Vail put it on a business basis.
"A soft revolver bullet, as you perceive, Watson. There's genius in that, for who would expect to find such a thing fired from an airgun.
That is the man who is after me to-night Watson, and that is the man who is quite unaware that we are after him."
But I'll have them, Watson, I'll have them!" His eyes kindled and a slight flush sprang into his thin cheeks.
"That was the state of things, Watson, when upon the Tuesday morning I, at the request of Major Murphy, went down to Aldershot to supplement the efforts of the police.
"The bill was now brought, when Watson paid his share, and was departing.
"We now went directly to the gaming-table, where Mr Watson, to my surprize, pulled out a large sum of money and placed it before him, as did many others; all of them, no doubt, considering their own heaps as so many decoy birds, which were to intice and draw over the heaps of their neighbours.
"I am afraid, my dear Watson, that most of your conclusions were erroneous.
"You are developing a certain unexpected vein of pawky humour, Watson, against which I must learn to guard myself.