Anne Henrietta Martin to Jane Addams, October 29, 1914

October 29, 1914

Miss Jane Addams,
Hull House,
800 S. Halsted Street,
Chicago, Illinois.

My dear Miss Addams:

Miss Thompson acknowledges my letter to you of October 21 in which I thought I enclosed a [check] made out to you for $50 to cover your Nevada railway expenses. Miss Thompson says the [check] was not enclosed. We sent out a large mail that day and it must have miscarried in some way. I have therefore ordered payment stopped on [check] number seven dated October 21 made out to you for $50, and am enclosing in this letter [check] number eleven for $50. The first [check] must have been placed in some other letter by mistake.

Regretting having to trouble you with a second letter on this subject and hoping you are resting after your Western trip, believe me with all good wishes,

Sincerely yours,

State President.

The politicians are all telling us that the amendment is sure to carry. We are counting on about one thousand majority. Annie Kenney is here and I am sure will do nothing but good for us, in spite of the [ability] of the Gazette reviving the story of our militant tendencies.

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