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with the girls from the office to McIntosh & Field's to lunch and then over to the Industrial Exhibit. Harper

was in charge of our booth, which looked very well. So did other's. Finally we went up into the Gallery and listened to the music which was fine, Pryor's band. It got crowded later & Miss Flack & I went home after the first half. Miss Wood sat with us. Oct 16. Fri. Had a long talk with Mrs. A. tonight about Edith. Mrs. A. went home this morning (with a headache) Edith & I lunched together At Sibley's & I had a very serious talk with her - mostly on her mother's account - about her attitude toward life &c. Afterward she wrote me a nice letter about it. Then we looked at suits &c. and she went home in the p.m. ("Fred
" going to Mt. Morris with her) I bathed and bedded early. tonight - quite used up. Went to dentist a few minutes. Oct. 17. Sat. Still warm & smoky & a strenuous day at the office. Lunched with Lillian Dailey at the Cafeteria this noon & she told me some of her actress ex- periences. Gave J.G. a talking to about Emerich yesterday - which he seemed to take kindly & profit by. Went over to the Industrial Exhibit at 5 & met Flack there & we had a long heart-to-heart talk about life & business &c. "Ciphered" tonight.

with the girls from the office to McIntosh & Field's to lunch and then over to the Industrial Exhibit. Harper

was in charge of our booth, which looked very well. So did other's. Finally we went up into the Gallery and listened to the music which was fine, Pryor's band. It got crowded later & Miss Flack & I went home after the first half. Miss Wood sat with us. Oct 16. Fri. Had a long talk with Mrs. A. tonight about Edith. Mrs. A. went home this morning (with a headache) Edith & I lunched together At Sibley's & I had a very serious talk with her - mostly on her mother's account - about her attitude toward life &c. Afterward she wrote me a nice letter about it. Then we looked at suits &c. and she went home in the p.m. ("Fred
" going to Mt. Morris with her) I bathed and bedded early. tonight - quite used up. Went to dentist a few minutes. Oct. 17. Sat. Still warm & smoky & a strenuous day at the office. Lunched with Lillian Dailey at the Cafeteria this noon & she told me some of her actress ex- periences. Gave J.G. a talking to about Emerich yesterday - which he seemed to take kindly & profit by. Went over to the Industrial Exhibit at 5 & met Flack there & we had a long heart-to-heart talk about life & business &c. "Ciphered" tonight.

with the girls from the office to McIntosh & Field's to lunch and then over to the Industrial Exhibit. Harper

was in charge of our booth, which looked very well. So did other's. Finally we went up into the Gallery and listened to the music which was fine, Pryor's band. It got crowded later & Miss Flack & I went home after the first half. Miss Wood sat with us. Oct 16. Fri. Had a long talk with Mrs. A. tonight about Edith. Mrs. A. went home this morning (with a headache) Edith & I lunched together At Sibley's & I had a very serious talk with her - mostly on her mother's account - about her attitude toward life &c. Afterward she wrote me a nice letter about it. Then we looked at suits &c. and she went home in the p.m. ("Fred
" going to Mt. Morris with her) I bathed and bedded early. tonight - quite used up. Went to dentist a few minutes. Oct. 17. Sat. Still warm & smoky & a strenuous day at the office. Lunched with Lillian Dailey at the Cafeteria this noon & she told me some of her actress ex- periences. Gave J.G. a talking to about Emerich yesterday - which he seemed to take kindly & profit by. Went over to the Industrial Exhibit at 5 & met Flack there & we had a long heart-to-heart talk about life & business &c. "Ciphered" tonight.
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