Search:
   
   
Text: 
Oct 6, [1917?] From:        To:        
 
      Click on image to enlarge


Darrow & Sissman
Lawyers
140 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago

Clarence S. Darrow
Peter Sissman
Victor S. Yarros
William L. Carlin

Telephones
Central    925
Automatic  44-139

Oct 6

Dear Paul

     Did you get the last dividends on the Southern Pacific &  the Kennicott.  I have not yet been [?] with them & I want to get the account straight with Noyes & Jackson.
     I have given them 2500 since I came back & dont know xxx how much more I will be called on [to ] put up if much I may have to call on you, but I think it will change sometime.  I am very busy & doing all right[.]
     Baehr Hanley & Frank Wilson were with me at the ball game yesterday & had a good time.  Baehr [said] the electric would go broke on their new rate & that any how it was no good for [cooling?] & you would beat them out on that.  He would no doubt take the Co. in with his paying in bonds if we wanted him to.  He [said] the bonds were perfectly good but he [said] you were getting on better than any Co. he knew of and that you should get all you could for coke.  He feels that there should be a general rise in the price of gas.  You did not answer about the Byllesby man from Pueblo.  Still expect to come Christmas[.]

CSD.