Johnson and Downey acted as security, keeping an eye on cops who they apparently thought would recognize Dix and their group.
Dix, a founding member of the RCP, spoke in a flowing diatribe as we walked amid the crowd that night.
On looking over the whole ground this seems to me the best thing the President can do—and I think Dix would be pleased with it.
Governor Dix doesn't say anything; but Governor Wilson says enough for both.
Page 279, actual translation of "Dix centimes seulement" is "only ten cents" not "two" as the original states.
The next morning I proclaimed my intention of going to Mr. Dix.
The match was duly arranged and came off the following night in a resort not far from Raffity's saloon, and Dix won the fight.
It was Mr. Manners, then, who went to Mr. Dix, and told him under the pledge of secrecy.
I believe Gen. Dix is the last man who would dissent from this opinion.
"I never knew childhood," Miss Dix said pitifully in after life.