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"talked Napoleon" &c. It was almost dark when we started for home. Had tea & looked at the N.Y. papers! Oct. 16. Monday Very uneventful. Gilmore says he "has to work pretty hard now Willie is away!" Crochetted & sewed tonight Oct. 17 Tuesday. Lovely Autumn weather & got a letter from "Klem" from the Fair and one from Edith saying she was coming to-night - so I went over & met her at 7:45 - Claude walked most up there with me & we had quite a chat. They are going to use his cover for the Arch. League Catalogue this year & he's decided to go to the exhibition with the money! While we were waiting at the station Harry

told me about Bert Howlett's wedding Sunday - Miss Ranney is very sick - not expected to live and wanted him with her constantly! They were married at her bedside Sunday p.m. I wonder how a certain old sweetheart of his will feel about it - dear girl. Edith was smiling away - but glad to get home. When I got home I

"talked Napoleon" &c. It was almost dark when we started for home. Had tea & looked at the N.Y. papers! Oct. 16. Monday Very uneventful. Gilmore says he "has to work pretty hard now Willie is away!" Crochetted & sewed tonight Oct. 17 Tuesday. Lovely Autumn weather & got a letter from "Klem" from the Fair and one from Edith saying she was coming to-night - so I went over & met her at 7:45 - Claude walked most up there with me & we had quite a chat. They are going to use his cover for the Arch. League Catalogue this year & he's decided to go to the exhibition with the money! While we were waiting at the station Harry

told me about Bert Howlett's wedding Sunday - Miss Ranney is very sick - not expected to live and wanted him with her constantly! They were married at her bedside Sunday p.m. I wonder how a certain old sweetheart of his will feel about it - dear girl. Edith was smiling away - but glad to get home. When I got home I

"talked Napoleon" &c. It was almost dark when we started for home. Had tea & looked at the N.Y. papers! Oct. 16. Monday Very uneventful. Gilmore says he "has to work pretty hard now Willie is away!" Crochetted & sewed tonight Oct. 17 Tuesday. Lovely Autumn weather & got a letter from "Klem" from the Fair and one from Edith saying she was coming to-night - so I went over & met her at 7:45 - Claude walked most up there with me & we had quite a chat. They are going to use his cover for the Arch. League Catalogue this year & he's decided to go to the exhibition with the money! While we were waiting at the station Harry

told me about Bert Howlett's wedding Sunday - Miss Ranney is very sick - not expected to live and wanted him with her constantly! They were married at her bedside Sunday p.m. I wonder how a certain old sweetheart of his will feel about it - dear girl. Edith was smiling away - but glad to get home. When I got home I
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