By B. Traven
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Yet once home on vacation, she made up for everything she had missed while gone, and she was more unmanageable than ever. She had a violent temper which would frequently ex plode over the most ridiculous or trivial causes. The Indian servant girls and the boy apprentices in her father’ s shop would run away and hide from her for hours before venturing to come back again. Her parents usually smoothed over such situations by gifts and increased kindness toward the servants and other employees. Nevertheless, Luisa also had some fine and noble quali- Other Stories by B.
Oh yes, that was Luisa, my niece. Now see here, Ca ballero, I don’ t know what saddles she might have referred to. She just went shopping. If you will wait, please, only ten min- Other Stories by B. ” Juvencio did not have to wait the full ten minutes before Luisa returned. Both smiled at each other like old acquaintances. When Luisa immediately sent her aunt on some errand into the house, Juvencio understood that she, Luisa, was not disinclined to spend a short time alone with him. As if it were only natural, he again commenced to exam ine all the saddles.
Yet, strange as it may seem, there remained differences of a traditional character; Don Jacinto would not have seated 48 T HE KI DN AP PE D SAINT & a single one of his peons at his table, not even his head fore man. The honor of sharing his ordinary meal was reserved for his immediate family and for honored guests. No one in the Rosa Blanca community would have thought of consulting a judge in town, for Don Jacinto was the only authority in the world. A difference that appeared between families, be it the disputed ownership of a new-born calf, or even the case of a girl and a fellow unduly united, or perhaps the matter of a little inheritance, or whatever diffi culty might pop up in their home life or ranch life, was sub mitted to Don Jacinto’ s judgment, and his word was the last word spoken on that case.
The Kidnapped Saint & Other Stories by B. Traven