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Hut, and document again the following in an hour. ” Tish didn't like this; nor did I. As Tish saw later, he could have been talking to the butler. “He may perhaps no less than have stated ‘Mister,’ and a ‘please’ hurts no one,” she acknowledged. As for giving him in simple terms an hour after we had come 100 miles—it used to be absurd. yet struggle does queer issues. It had certainly unusually altered Tish’s nephew. We have been all fearful approximately him that day. It was once his demeanour that used to be bizarre. He appeared, as Tish stated later, suppressed. whilst for example we needed to take him again to headquarters and current him to the colonel he acknowledged straight away: “Who? Me? The colonel! Say, you’d greater get this and get it correct: I’m not anything right here. I’m under not anything. Why, the colonel may perhaps stroll correct over me at the parade floor and not even recognize he’d stepped on whatever. If i used to be a louse and he used to be a can of insect powder—” “Now see the following, Charlie Sands,” Tish stated firmly, “I’ll hassle you to recollect that there are particular phrases no longer in my vocabulary; and louse is certainly one of them. ” “Still, a vocabulary is a greater position than a few others i will be able to imagine of,” he saw. “What is more,” Tish additional, “you are misjudging that captivating colonel. He instructed us himself that he attempted to be a mom to you all. ” She then instructed him how the colonel have been within the blankets, etc, yet i have to say Charlie Sands used to be very queer approximately it. He stopped and checked out us all in flip, after which he acquired out the dirtiest handkerchief i've got ever obvious and wiped his brow with it. “Perhaps you’d larger say it again,” he stated; “I don’t appear to get it altogether. you're definite it was once the colonel? ” So Tish repeated it, but if she got here to the eiderdown pillow he held up his hand. “All right,” he acknowledged in an odd tone. “I think you. I—you don’t brain if i am going and get a drink of water, do you? My mouth is dry. ” pricey Tish watched him as he went away, and shook her head. “He is modified already,” she saw unfortunately. “That is among the deadliest results of struggle. It takes the brilliant younger spirit of adlescent and feeds it on stuff cooked by way of males, with no longer even time sufficient to bite competently, and places it on its abdominal within the dust, whereas its head is within the clouds of idealism. i feel letter to the secretary of conflict may be powerful. ” i have to admit that we had a sequence of disappointments that day. the 1st was once find they had placed Tish’s nephew, a grandson of a former justice of the very best court docket, right into a construction with a few different males. not just that yet with no lots as a display, or a closet within which to hold up his garments. “What do you suggest, cling up my outfits? ” he acknowledged after we protested. “They’re hung up all right—on me. ” “It turns out really terrible,” Aggie objected lightly. “No privateness or something. ” “Privacy! I haven’t received something to conceal. ” We came across a few little convenience, even if, within the incontrovertible fact that underneath the pitiful cot that he known as his mattress he had a small tin trunk. Even that was once destroyed, notwithstanding, through the doorway of a skinny younger guy referred to as Smithers, who reached less than the cot and dragging out the trunk proceeded to take out one of many pairs of socks that Aggie had knitted.