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They tell me3 at the Telephone
office that one can
g only get a telephone
now if one has a new baby. That would make rather a good situation for a
Greenwich Village farce!
"The Lost Leader4" is a refreshing performance, by the
way. It's a pleasant novelty to see a play with no perfunctory love-story5 intruded.
Please send me at once the number of books Mr.
White6 wants, with plenty of wrapping paper on them, so that I
can re-wrap them and ship them off to him in Kansas7. I am a very poor expressman. It's really very nice
of Mr. White to want them, seeing that we behold
verysuch different sides
of the same moon. His interest will affect a large number of low-brows. His
paper8, and his fool-poet,
Walt Mason9, have hitherto been
Don't fail to let me see you the next time you come to town2. I want to talk over with you a proposition10 the Century11 people have just made me. If they are in a position to do what they say they are burning to do, I almost think you yourself would advise me to take them up. I won't do anything about it until I see you, however.Faithfully, W. S. C.