Keene Abbott (1876-1941) was the author of: A Melody in Silver (1911) and Wine O' the Winds (1920). "David had a suspicion. He did not know it was that, but that is what it was. He suspected that Mother thought he was a good little boy, and he suspected that she thought Mitchell Horrigan was a bad little boy. Perhaps Mother had a suspicion, too; she might have suspected that it was Mitch who had put a certain notion into David's head-a notion which had to do with pants. Only you must not call them pants; they are "trouvers. ""