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for supper. Sears is the boy who wrote the lyric to my song and it is him and his sister I am going on the party with. The sister is a cold fish that has no use for men but she is show crazy and insists on Paul takeing her to 3 or 4 of them a week.
Paul wants me to give up my room here and come and live with them as they have plenty of room and I am running a little low on money but don't know if I will do it or not as am afraid I would freeze to death in the same house with a girl like the sister as she is ice cold but she don't hang round the house much as she is always takeing trips or going to shows or somewheres.
So far we have not had no luck with the song. All the publishers we have showed it to has went crazy over it but they won't make the right kind of a deal with us and if they don't loosen up and give us a decent royalty rate we are libel to put the song out ourselves and show them up. The man up to Goebel's told us the song was 0. K. and he liked it but it was more of a production number than anything else and ought to go in a show like the Follies but they won't be in N. Y. much longer and what we ought to do is hold it till next spring.
Mean wile I am working on some new numbers and also have taken a position with the orchestra at the Wilton and am going to work there starting next week. They pay good money $60 and it will keep me going.
Well girlie that is about all the news. I believe you said your father was sick and hope lie is better and also hope you are getting along 0. K. and take care of yourself. When you have nothing else, to do write to your friend,
Chas. F. Lewis.

Chicago, Ill., Sept. 11.
Dear Mr. Lewis : Your short note reached me yesterday and must say I was puzzled when I read it. It sounded like you was mad at me though I cannot think of any reason why you should be. If there was something I said in my last letter that offended you I wish you would tell me what it was and I will ask your pardon though I cannot remember anything I could of said that you could take offense at. But if there was something, why I assure you, Mr. Lewis, that I did not mean anything by it. I certainly did not intend to offend you in any way.
Perhaps it is nothing I wrote you, but you are worried on account of the publishers not treating you fair in regards to your song and that is why your letter sounded so distant. If that is

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K. and he liked it but it was more of a production number than anything else and ought to go in a show like what is Follies but they won't be in N. Y. much longer and what we ought to do is hold it till next spring. Mean wile I am working on some new numbers and also have taken a position with what is orchestra at what is Wilton and am going to work there starting next week. They pay good money $60 and it will keep me going. Well girlie that is about all what is news. I believe you said your father was sick and hope lie is better and also hope you are getting along 0. K. and take care of yourself. When you have nothing else, to do write to your friend, Chas. F. Lewis. Chicago, Ill., Sept. 11. Dear Mr. Lewis : Your short note reached me yesterday and must say I was puzzled when I read it. It sounded like you was mad at me though I cannot think of any reason why you should be. If there was something I said in my last letter that offended you I wish you would tell me what it was and I will ask your pardon though I cannot remember anything I could of said that you could take offense at. But if there was something, why I assure you, Mr. Lewis, that I did not mean anything by it. I certainly did not intend to offend you in any way. Perhaps it is nothing I wrote you, but you are worried on account of what is publishers not treating you fair in regards to your song and that is why your letter sounded so distant. 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