Mark Twain's Alibi.
From the Brooklyn Eagle.
Mark Twain would do, or commit, or suggest, or abet, or connive at no unnecessary wrong - in the absence of Col. George Harvey, who is today delivering an address at the University of Kansas, in Lawrence on "The Power of Tolerance."
The physical absence of Col. Harvey in Kansas establishes a moral alibi for Mark Twain whether in Manhattan or Connecticut or elsewhere.
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