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'dinner, won't you; just the fam
ily and you?" Linked arms with
professor and passed into house.
7 Sat down to dinner with
family and guests. Ate soup,
radishes, roast leg of veal with
dressing, new creamed potatoes,
green corn on cob, bread and but
ter, and cucumber salad. More
buttermilk. Sat at table an hour.
8 Excused himself from
guests and received correspond
ents of morning newspapers.
Went back to office business.
Kept secretaries and stenograph
er busy until 9 o'clock.
9 Dismissed secretaries. Drew
up easy chair beside- desk, left
word that he was not to be iriter
rupted. Read daily newspapers
half art hour and then devoted an
hour to thinking out alone ques
tions jof the campaign. (He de
cides things by getting all the evi
dence and argument and then go
ing off by himself to thing.)
10:30 -Rejoined family on
10:45 Went to his "bedroom,
where he stripped to underclothes'
and put himself through "setting
up" exercises, by which he keeps
himself in condition,
11:15 To bed.
He That's a very pretty fan
you are carrying. " t
, She )o you like it?
He Yes, I think it is hand
some. She I've had it ever since I
He Well, it has worn well,