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Darrow, Sissman, Popham & Carlin
Lawyers
1310, 140. N. Dearborn St.
Chicago

Clarence S. Darrow
Peter Sissman
George M. Popham
Victor S. Yarros
William L. Carlin

Telephone
Central 925

Jan 29

Dear Paul.

     It is about time I sent you a letter.  I really over looked that matter for Billy Hayden & now I havent the information[.]  Send me the mans name where he works & where he lives & I will do it at once.  I have sent your letter about the coal business to John Walker, head of the miners of this state.  It looks to me O.K.  Will let you know when I hear from him.
     Your Dec. statement was disappointing & I am afraid things will not improve much without a reduction of coal & perhaps of price of gas.  I have no doubt it is due to the bad times out there.
     I was in N.Y. soon after returning & took dinner with Daugherty in his new house on top of one of the tall buildings down by the battery.  It is a swell looking place.  Talked with him some about Greeley.  He is very friendly evidently relies a good deal on the Colorado man who was former secretary of the Denver Gas Co. & is now one of his organization.  I doubt if I get to the South seas this winter as I shall probably go into the defense of the [?] cases & it will no doubt take 6 months.  Am xxx still watching the weather reports & hoping you will
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get some cold weather but think you are doing well in the coal.  I found Ruby had bought a second hand copy of dangerous ages while I was away, so you keep that[.]  Shall ship those books in a few days.

Love to all

C.S.D.