Dr Schaffer's mother has written me and I will go to see her at once -– so please don't bother about the address.
How are you really, please don't try to be cheerful just when you write, for I am awfully anxious to know how you are. The strike is going on with renewed vigor and no end in sight. We are doing what [page 2] we can in the way of [relieving?] but I am filled with strange reflections. The book will not be out until the 16th they say. I am glad to have it postponed for I find I rather dread it. Do write to me Dear One and know that if I am to rushed to write that I am never too rushed to be conscious of you and our affection.
Always yrs J. A.
Nov 8" 1910