Good Mr. Bergh, do you be the rich children's "mamma," and let the cat with her "nine lives" look out for herself!
ALL honor to Mr. Bergh for his remedial measures to prevent cruelty to animals.
It is quite evident that we do not live in the fear of Mr. Bergh.
The objection I have mentioned is fatal to Mr. Bergh's bill.
Just so; and it is this ignorance, which is sometimes cruel as the grave, that Mr. Bergh is trying his best to enlighten.
But Mr. Bergh's challenge was not an impertinent intermeddling.
What Mr. Bergh has been doing among men, we must do among the children of this generation.
I looked around for Bergh or some member of a humane society, but no one except ourselves seemed to see anything unusual.
The color is brown, not rose-red as in Bergh's species, nor is the Woods Hole form as large as the latter.
And why could not Mr. Bergh order some backs placed to the torturing benches in our parks where the little children sit?