Glen Ellen, California, November 12, 19.15.
In reply to yotirs of November 5, 1915:
First of mil, I think I hive given orders to have sent to you a oheok for
$7.50 to oover the extra cost of tha silk dress. If you hav« not recffivno. this cheek
please let ne know, and I shall have it i^romptly sent.
Yes, I will sit alongside Beoky, but I will not be able to meet her outside
and go la with her. Ike must have lief own ticket and go in and take her seat, and I
will meet her there at her sent. My reasons for this are simple and ample. I ar. going
to "y^nd four hours of that day in the dentist's chair. The rest of the day will be
apemt ia getting something to eat and going to a turkish bath in order to forget how
badly my mouth hurts me. So I shall arrive at the auditorium just in tine to go in
and take ay seat.
As regards/ my tioket, it would be the easiest thing for me if you mailed it
to me ear« of Grandma at 490 ftfth Street, or gave it to Grandma with instructions to
hold it for me and txirn over to rm whan I arrive from Glen Ellen. Mow if it be mailed
under my narae to Grandma without any instructions, Grandma will most likely re-address
the letter to Glen Ellen, and I shall be in Oakland and the tioket will be in Glen
llleftj so it is ttf to you so to arrange it that Grandma will hold the ticket in Oakland
and give it to ne when I oome down.
h fhen I seo Becky I will pay her the half dollar for my tioket.
As regards your eritioisn of Dr. Goodhue's article, on ne, entitled "The
Rancher", I agree/with you in your eritioisn. I could not have stated it better myself.
I shall be forever unable to se« you and Beoky at your Piedmont hone. As you
know, the ranch is always open to both of you. Also, sometime, if you eatiVMlxP oan see
your way to it, I should be glad to have you oone and have lunch or dinner with ne at
the "Saddle Rook" restaurant on 13th Street.
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