And yet the Trust produces milk more cheaply than could the independent dairymen?
In the midst of your own profit- making along comes the trust and takes your profits away from you.
By your own confession the trust machines do the work more efficiently and more cheaply than you can.
Finally, Tommy Hinds had revealed to him the wonderful idea of using the trusts
instead of destroying them, and he had sold his farm and come to Chicago.
He told me he could not but take it very kindly that I had so good an opinion of him; that he would not deceive me, that he would do anything in his power to serve me, and expect no salary; but that he could not by any means accept of a trust, that it might bring him to be suspected of self-interest, and that if I should die he might have disputes with my executors, which he should be very loth to encumber himself with.
I told him if those were all his objections I would soon remove them, and convince him that there was not the least room for any difficulty; for that, first, as for suspecting him, if ever I should do it, now is the time to suspect him, and not put the trust into his hands, and whenever I did suspect him, he could but throw it up then and refuse to go any further.
I trust he will observe our orders, and use our dear Richard's person with all due respect.
muttered De Bracy, as he left the presence of the Prince; ``evil luck have they who trust thee.
Let your grace never trust me else,'' answered the master of the spies.
, however, that the impracticability of one general system cannot be shown.
I will trust
to you, sir,' returned Sissy, 'and you will trust
If I do not speak of mama,' said Pet, more moved by, and more pretty in, her innocent grief, than Clennam could trust himself even to consider--for which reason he counted the trees between them and the fading light as they slowly diminished in number--'it is because mama will understand me better in this action, and will feel my loss in a different way, and will look forward in a different manner.
Let Minnie trust him, Clennam said, let Minnie trust him to do all she wished.
For there is nobody--he told me so himself when he talked to me this very day--there is nobody he likes so well as you, or trusts so much.
When, therefore, servants, and princes towards servants, are thus disposed, they can trust
each other, but when it is otherwise, the end will always be disastrous for either one or the other.