Menzies had placed the dramatic percentage of figures in a prominent position on the first poster.
Menzies produced two large posters, listing the “gains of Dayton.”
“And perhaps they will take consolation from your company, Father 101Cleary,” he added, when Menzies had left the room.
Menzies nodded as if satisfied and the conversation became general.
Menzies, having the shorter journey, insisted on taking less men, and I reluctantly yielded.
Is it possible that Mrs. Menzies allowed you to do this rash thing?
The most striking of these to the traveler is the Menzies arbutus, or madrona, as it is popularly called in California.
But at last Menzies stopped, and called in a low voice that he had come to the end.
“Mr. Menzies, will you speak to the women before you go,” said the factor.
You see, Menzies was my friend, and one of the finest fellows that ever lived.