"quite some" after six. Very much shocked to hear of the death of "J.G." Averell yesterday, of typhoid
fever, at his Mother's, Mrs Watson's
. He was such a
fine strong handsome athletic such fellow and just boning down to his
Architecture after a year abroad - with everything before him. It does seem
such a pity! Lunched with Charella (and a
Mrs. Martin) at Sibley's this noon.
Nov. 22 Tues.
Another busy day worked till 6 again but actually finished all my blanks,
much to my surprise! It was quite a relief to start off so. After supper
dressed &c. and Mother went to the
station with me (Papa to the car) We had some
waiting as the train was late, and got into conversa- tion with a woman going
(about Mrs. Servis and her work, mostly, She is just
about leaving for California) When the train came, Mother came out to the "Scotland" with me. It was
quite full and I had to take an upper berth, tho' I engaged it Saturday.
Got to bed after eleven - and slept quite a bit but took cold from draught.
Nov. 23. Wed.
Woke with a start at 5 minutes of 7, (we were due in
Springfield at 7:40) but found, when I got out that we