White Bear Minn
April 4, 1903
My Dear Girls
We were so glad to get your letters yesterday at noon. Art was to [sic] busy all the afternoon to write and too tired in the evening, but said he would write at noon today - when he came from school. My! but he does have a good time. - I enclose a clipping from this mornings Press about the death of Mrs. Moore isn't it dreadful - poor Lilian, has lost both parents in less than two weeks. He died on the 21st and she on the 3d of May. If I hear anything about them, on their arrangements, I will of course let you know. Mrs. Cobb called friday after noon, and thinks she will come out to stay about the middle of the month, if it is warm enough. But do you know that I cannot believe she is a Christian to keep that empty house and let her own Daughter be knocking about from pillar to post and lettering anyone have a child that will. Every time I see Mrs. C[obb] she says Mrs. Stahle has to move and said friday that her landlord had given her notice and now she had to go house hunting again. She has six children - and his parents have one, and a sister of his has another, but her mother does not seem to come to her assistance.
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