To Miss Mary Hale
102 E. 58TH STREET,
11th July, 1900.
MY DEAR DEVOTED SISTER,
I was glad to get your note as also to learn that you were going to Greenacre. Hope you will have much profit. I have been much censured by everyone for cutting off my long hair. I am sorry. You forced me to do it.
I had been to Detroit and came back yesterday. Trying as soon as possible to go to France, thence to India. Very little news here; the work is closed. I am taking regularly my meals and sleeping — that is all.
Ever faithful and loving brother,
PS. Write to the girls to send my mails, if any, at Chicago.