f SINCLAIR LEWIS Address till Tuesday, the 21st: The Nicollet. Then, for all summer: - Route One, Excelsior, Minnesota. -Saturday, March 18. Darling, it is a sadness when your throat is bad, and you are in a corner-shaped J mood. There will always be lights and dancing with a special anti-strep guards, who are S.S.S.'s in celophane uniforms, awaiting you to cheer you at EXCELSIOR, MINNESOTA. For that, with the proviso of the Route One which means it is hick, is to be.the new address, starting next Thursday. Have I told you anything of the place? It is an oldish house, most roomy and comfortable, with a vast porch, on which I'll dine, against the hot weather. It's on the water, and I'll be popping into the lake often — which one does if he doesn't have to jump into the car and go somewhere. I already know, from old days, quite a lot of people on the lake, which is so huge and of such irreg it's supposed to have over 300 miles o meet as many new.©»s* as I want. are now motoring here from New arrive till about next Tuesday, of small cottages not far from my have a cook, as well as Joseph, ulafc outlines shoreline. that I'll of For Jim and Gladys, who York and probably won't there is quite a choice place... I think I'll and I've heard of several excellent colored ones. And now nothing is left of the Map of North America except Mexico. state, and I've found that there's that aren't at all flat prairie, but I really love this big sections of it really beautifully hilly. Yesterday, with Joseph, I motored 517 miles through the Southeastern part of the state, almost all of it new to me, and found not only glorious bluffs along the Mississippi but the most charming little interior valleys, as peaceful and demure as New England. Though of course there is never a hint of those white houses and churches that bejewel New England. Well, couldn'!t one build them? Do you want me, when you the typing and spelling, type your letters, to criticize as part of your present training?