[EDITOR'S NOTE: This item has not been previously republished elsewhere. It is included in this collection because of its potential to be the work of Clemens and is deserving of further research and consideration.]
The vivacious, versatile and combative little Call is bent
with inexorable ferocity on the extermination of the Bulletin. Tuesday
it "cautioned" General Miller, the new Collector, against ruining
himself by "doing anything to win the fatal praise of the Bulletin."
We are sorry about that unfortunate evening paper. Can't it make some sort of
peace offering to its little persecutor -- a fat advertisement, or a star notice,
for instance? If something isn't done we tremble for the consequences. The Call
is bound to annihilate the Bulletin, or burst an intellectual blood-vessel
in the attempt.
[transcribed from microfilm]
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