There may not be another Goethals in the country, but what a great man devises little men may copy.
Perhaps no such statue of Goethals ever will stand at Panama, but there is no need.
And then there is the Goethals way of managing a labor camp.
Never once while he was in Panama did Colonel Goethals appear in uniform.
As his title tells us, Colonel Goethals belongs to the regular army.
They had expected to make Colonel Goethals do what they wanted.
A token, in admiration of your skill, from Goethals the younger: Mr. McElroy!
Colonel Goethals listened to the committee, then shook hands with them and went to his home.
It is only seven oclock, but the chief engineer—Colonel Goethals, now—is at the station ready to take the early train.
That a labor camp does not have to be a plague spot has been gloriously demonstrated by Goethals at Panama.