2201, Kalia Read, Honolulu, T.K.,
March 7, 1916
In reply to yours of February 16, 1916, just to hand.
Glad you like tha furs, hope some day to see tharj on you before they 're worn out.
I hope also, twenty yrtfl i'rom now, to hear you tall & ia year own intellectual aaturity, your
revisad judgment of THI STAR ROvER .1 hope also, at that time, to fiiii that THE U""T.E LADY OF
THE BIG HOUSE, has appreciated in your comprehension. I am glad you like the sm Of it; it
was tha only way out the only clean* decent way cut, I mean. Some day, /ill you take the
time off and tall me what books of nine you have r«au, and what boohs you have not read. Also,
I some time, personally, with you, I should like to leva you tall me and I make this as a
challenge and ^^preparation in aavance -to tall me what you think about me.
I have told Aunt Eliza r.o send you the price of tha theatre tickets three ti.-nes ouch
Iftnth, whsn you 'ra net on vacation. I have forgotten to tall her, ard so you tell her for me,
to sand you a;u Becky tha hr* pairs of shoes, or, rather, the pries for same,
I received your ibrwarded postal, tallin* ma that >3ocky had coma through tha opara-
xl tion all right.
Some day, and not vrr rmsua .way, a series of popular films will be run in the
■OViaf- pic tare theatres, entitled HEARTS OF THREE. It will take fifteen weeks to sac this ser-
iss of fifteen. Tha Sujiiay T5Uam ner each week will publish the story as writ tan by W* If ycu
and Beaky rant to go to see these pictures, do so. But you will have to pay the price of adr.is-
sitn out of your own pocket money.
Lota of love all round,
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