[Original at Jack London Ranchj
July 28, 1910
My Heart's Dearest:-
Another booful letter from you, which I have just finished.
And I have just finished enclosed open letter to Judge Samuels.
Please have ten copies made of it — two originals and four carbons each.
Don't delay to discuss the advisability of it with me, but dispose
of the open letters as follows:
Mail in evening, with special delivery stamps on every envelope, one
copy each to:
Editorial Department of -
And the two remaining copies to me.
Also, get me copies of above papers on dates letter would be published.
Also, get me codes of to-days morning papers, July 28, including
ner, and of evening paper of July 27 or 28, whichever may contain
accounts of Mrs. Muldowney's suit for divorce. Out out clips of same and
send to me.
Enclose with Samuels' letter, the Muldowney clipping I enclose you
Dear Woman, the more I think of that cowardly, oily Jew, the angrier
do I get about it. I'm going after him and if I don't do anything else,
someday I'll bankrupt him in the business game. Watch my smoke.
(signed) Mate Man.
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