. "The greatest of these--";. llarforth). That, added to the big mans sorrows,should be the prefix Hold-up. Thats what itmeant! Hold-up Hopper arrives, and behindhim his Forty Thieves. In a tactful manner 56 THE GREATEST OF THESE Burr Mcintosh let a little of this be understood,and Cleveland (remember that the circular wasonly one Clevelanders mistake) paid $10,500 forthe autographed programme. As for response toour playing, they had no limit, and all of us, afterhaving felt a little offended, left the town under-standing that one man does not a city make. I know that Cleveland was a War Chest

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. "The greatest of these--";. llarforth). That, added to the big mans sorrows,should be the prefix Hold-up. Thats what itmeant! Hold-up Hopper arrives, and behindhim his Forty Thieves. In a tactful manner 56 THE GREATEST OF THESE Burr Mcintosh let a little of this be understood,and Cleveland (remember that the circular wasonly one Clevelanders mistake) paid $10,500 forthe autographed programme. As for response toour playing, they had no limit, and all of us, afterhaving felt a little offended, left the town under-standing that one man does not a city make. I know that Cleveland was a War Chest
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. "The greatest of these--";. llarforth). That, added to the big mans sorrows,should be the prefix Hold-up. Thats what itmeant! Hold-up Hopper arrives, and behindhim his Forty Thieves. In a tactful manner 56 THE GREATEST OF THESE Burr Mcintosh let a little of this be understood,and Cleveland (remember that the circular wasonly one Clevelanders mistake) paid $10,500 forthe autographed programme. As for response toour playing, they had no limit, and all of us, afterhaving felt a little offended, left the town under-standing that one man does not a city make. I know that Cleveland was a War Chest city,and had done more than its quota; but so wereColumbus and Philadelphia War Chest citiesand they let us hold them up cheerfully, so whyshould the city of Cleveland be proud? Now we go on to a city that is willing to pay inadvance of our coming premiums of over $100,000.One hundred thousand dollars, in addition to theprice of the seats, for one performance!!! I onlypray that they may have eight-cents-woith of coolweather.. BURR MCINTOSH Pittsburgh. Saturday, June 1st, 1918. An example of The first shall be last and thelast first. The first city of dollars-and-centspatriotism we play last, and the last from which weexpected top returns comes out first. Mr. Moore, who married the beauteous LillianRussell, took some of us for a ride to see the beau-ties of Pittsburgh. From the top of a green hillwe were invited to look down at the smoky town.Personally, I shut my eyes and thought of LillianRussell. Have you ever seen her as a close-up?Oh, Lady, Lady! Sea-green, blue, or were theygrey eyes? Soft, baby blonde hair! A mouthwith a sort of uncurling faculty! A sweet voice!I wish God had let himself run wild like that whenHe made my face. Outside the Moore house was a truck decoratedwith flags of the navy. On it a sailor playing thepiano, another blowing a cornet, and a fat onedancing as light as a piece of thistledown. Lotsof fat men are light on their feet, but it aintnatural, is