But practical Tess pointed out that such an act might attract the attention of Mrs. Merriam and bring the adventure to an end.
Placed that ring three times on the hand in Dr. Merriam's office.
Miss Merriam stared at it and then handed it to Mr. Emerson.
They said a hundred times that Miss Merriam reminded them so much of their lost daughter.
Dr. Merriam's method of shaping a skin is certainly, so far as looks are concerned, the best yet devised.
Merriam (1896:28) states that the type specimen was obtained at "about 8200 feet."
This looked ominous, and with little delay we hastened to the office of Dr. Merriam.
Merriam's notes say, however, that the line ends at Spanish Flat.
He cited Professor Merriam's monograph on the classification of grizzlies to prove his statements.
If they do, it is likely that Merriam's kit-te-ken-nĕ-din is the correct one.