once more together.
reminded her of the help she had given before, and asked her to write to President Taft
This she promptly did. Briefly, this cause with so many others was to be relinquished only with life itself.
On the fly-leaf of the Journal for 1894 is written: “I take possession of the New Year in the name of Faith, Hope, and Charity.
J. W. Howe
“Head bewildered with correspondence, bills, etc. Must get out of this or die.”
“ A threatening head, and a week before me full of functions.
I feel weak in mind and dazed with confusions, but will trust in God and keep my powder dry.”
“Hearing on Suffrage, Green Room, 10 A. M. My mind was unusually clear for this speaking.
I determined to speak of the two sorts of people, those who naturally wish to keep the best things for themselves, and those whose appreciation of these things is such that they cannot refrain from spreading them abroad, giving freely as they have received.
I was able to follow and apply this tolerably in my ten-minute speech....”
“Annual meeting of Rest Tour Association; a delightful meeting, full of good suggestions.
I made one concerning pilgrimages in groups.... I had a sudden glimpse to-day of the unfailing goodness of God.
This and not our merits brings the pardon of our sins.”
“ To hear Irving
in ‘Louis XI’ ; a strong play and a good part for him. Left after Act Fourth to attend Mrs. Gardner
's musicale, at which Busoni pounded ”