O. PROPER BREEDING (410)

Picked up a library book on Will Rogers. Still funny. Clipped this vignette from animal lover Will: “In London five years ago, old Lord Dewar, a great humorist and character and the biggest whiskey man in the world, gave the children a little white dog (Sealyham), saying, “If this dog knew how well he was bred he wouldn’t speak to any of us.”
“We have petted him, complained at him, called him a nuisance, but when we buried him yesterday, we couldn’t think of a wrong thing he had ever done.
“His bravery was his undoing. He lost to a rattlesnake, but his face was toward him.”
from Daily Telegram
Mar.24,1931

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