Saunders appeared to find some difficulty in preserving a befitting self-restraint, but he accomplished it. "What did you do with the money you'd taken already?" was his next question. "Wrapped it up in a flour-bag," said the man from Okanagan, cheerfully. "Then I pitched the thing into an empty sugar-keg. Wrote up what the boys owed you, and put the book into the keg too.