The Press Association have cabled
to America, but no one seems to be able to make out exactly who the fellow is.
Here, with the Jew healing the breach with the wheat-farmer whose agents still cabled
money, was the time to take advantage.
Wilcox would quarrel with Miss Schlegel, and break off his; or Paul might be cabled
Fentolin replied suavely, "I shall then telegraph to my agent, or rather I should say to a dear friend of mine who lives at The Hague, and that single word will be cabled
by him from The Hague to New York.
So I have paid for a passage for you with the liner people this side, and they have cabled
their English office, so you can sail whenever you want to.