most fascinating. Had on the little blue dress Uncle
Harry gave him.
Mrs. Wilkinson drove up with Bessie
& Mrs. Jones
, the cook, come to see the children once more (they leave
Wednesday) & finally we all left. They to drive, Papa over to Prince St. & I walked over
thro' the park to Lilian's. They weren't
home, so I walked over to Avondale Park & found
them. Walked back with
Lilian who looks badly and feels very much
depressed. I couldn't comfort her much, dear girl - especially having been
blue myself all day. Supper later, after got home, and Claude dear came in for a few minutes. He's lovely!
Mon. Sept. 14
Cool tonight. Miss Bradshaw & I went over
Ct. St. Bridge & watched a delegation come in on the
Erie to the Democratic Convention being held here. Very gay.
Tues. Sept. 15.
Gorgeous Day. Town full of delegates. Hughes
was nominated for Governor again by the Republicans &
of Syracuse for Lieut. Gov. The
Wilkinsons know him. Mother & I dined there & had a good time. They go
tomorrow & we shall miss them much. The town
illuminated for a big parade & the streets full. Lunched at Sibley's with Bob
Wed. Sept. 16.
Fine today. Mother lame again. At night
Miss Flack & I went into the Hippodrome and saw
Bryan in the moving pictures & then went