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Arthur Brisbane

New York Evening Journal
Editorial Rooms

N.Y. Sept. 11th, 1905.

My dear Mr. Darrow:

     I am very much touched by your extremely kind offer of services in regard to my libel suit.
     I shall be only too happy to avail myself of your offer, if the opportunity arises.
     At present the thing has been put off at the request of the District-Attorney, and I have an idea that the people behind the suit are none too anxious to press it.
     However it may be revived for personal reasons after the campaign is over.
     In that case I cannot think of anybody whom I should rather have to address a jury, than yourself.
      I thank you for the very friendly impulse which dictates your letter.

Yours sincerely,

A Brisbane

Clarence S. Darrow, Esq.,
1202 Ashland Block, Chicago.