Of course my aunt was immediately made acquainted with the successful issue of the conference
, and with all that had been said and done in the course of it.
He used it to the full during the Chicago Convention of 1907 and the Peace Conference
I am even sorry that this evening I almost repulsed -- but there will be a conference
to-morrow and we shall see.
Thus ended a conference
three hours long, at the end of which the Indians affirmed that they were not weary, and requested their visitors to come again.
He proposed the matter to some of the leaders, and urged that they should meet the Blackfeet chiefs in a grand pacific conference
, offering to send two of his men to the enemy's camp with pipe, tobacco and flag of truce, to negotiate the proposed meeting.
And I said, 'Nay, sir, you can't do that, for Conference
has forbid the women preaching, and she's given it up, all but talking to the people a bit in their houses.
An audience would be demanded of the governor-general, who would hold the conference
with becoming state, seated in an elbow-chair, with the Indians ranged in semicircles before him, seated on the ground, and silently smoking their pipes.
Reading maketh a full man; conference
a ready man; and writing an exact man.
Out from this central Negro Conference
at Tuskegee have grown numerous state an local conferences
which are doing the same kind of work.
took place confined to the magnates sitting at the table.
He looked me over in my general effect of base mechanical, and asked me if I had given up the law; I had only to answer him I had, and our conference
The whole conference
lasted not more than an hour, during which time Daylight lived at the topmost of the highest peak of life that he had ever scaled.