But we could lay holt and work with 'em in public, or in private, which we felt wuz indeed a privelege, for the interests of the Methodist meetin' house wuz dear to our hearts, and so wuz our pardners' approvals and they wuz all on 'em unanimus on this pint we could work all we wanted to.

But we could lay holt and work with 'em in public, or in private, which we felt wuz indeed a privelege, for the interests of the Methodist meetin' house wuz dear to our hearts, and so wuz our pardners' approvals and they wuz all on 'em unanimus on this pint we could work all we wanted to.

I wouldn't want to stand in her way, and keep her from doin' all this modest, un-pretendin' work, for which her weaker frame and less hefty brain has fitted her. "We will let it go on in the same old way. Let wimmen have the privelege of workin' hard, jest as she always has.

It was my intention, on being given this subject for my midsummer theme, to seek out Mrs. Bainbridge, a lady Author who has a cottage across the bay from ours, and to ask the privelege of sitting at her feet for a few hours, basking in the sunshine of her presence, and learning from her own lips her favorite Flower, her favorite Poem and the favorite child of her Brain.

I wouldn't want to stand in her way, and keep her from doin' all this modest, un-pretendin' work, for which her weaker frame and less hefty brain has fitted her. "We will let it go on in the same old way. Let wimmen have the privelege of workin' hard, jest as she always has.

But you wimmen have got the privelege now, if you are single, of workin' all your days at church work under the direction of us men." "Then I could work at the Deacon trade under you," sez she admirin'ly, "I could work jest like you pass round the bread and wine and the contribution box Sundays?"

"A hundred thousand pounds," was the answer. "I'll take it," said Cobden, "on twenty years' time with the privelege of paying for it sooner if I can." Cobden had three valuable assets in his composition health, enthusiasm and right intent. Let a banker once feel that the man knows what he is doing, and is honest, and money is always forthcoming.

Then he sternly withdrew his gaze from the lady who peeped through her fingers in the dusk, and brought it back to the red-headed person, who had continued his conversation with unbroken volubility. "... and she says to me," he was concluding "'Mr. Flathers, she says, 'it's a privelege to help such as you.

But you wimmen have got the privelege now, if you are single, of workin' all your days at church work under the direction of us men." "Then I could work at the Deacon trade under you," sez she admirin'ly, "I could work jest like you pass round the bread and wine and the contribution box Sundays?"

So I had a privelege to ascertain how the Eskimos make love and are married. If a girl is in love with an Eskimo she sends for him and combs his hair with her fingers. If he loves her he returns again if not he does not. they are engaged exclusively by the parents, then afterward are informed they are to be married.