She trusted clem the most of us all, I know, and she had good reason to do so, for he was and is very trustworthy.
clem also felt under the weather, and besides was growing homesick.
clem came soft-footedly with a branching candelabra, which he placed on the round-topped old table by which she had been sitting.
clem here told Prof. he did not care to stay with us any longer.
The cage rose for the third time, bearing clem Swinton, unconscious like his comrades, but clearly in better case.
Then mamma told us—or me; I think clem had heard it already—about Margaret.
The fate decreed and overhanging clem had been concealed from her.
But it isn't so,” cried the girls in frantic whispers, “what clem says.
And Uncle clem turned to all the other dolls as he asked the question.
Because you're forever having your own way,” said clem; “I'll tell you.
A fight between show people and the local citizenry: It'd start a clem, with me in the middle
To disperse rioting customers at a circus or carnival (1920s+ Circus & carnival)
A cry used by circus people to rally forces in a fight with townspeople