Nothing much today - Sulzer says
things are coming - but I think they've
stopped!! Nothing new in the newspaper
line today - except that I am afraid
of the "Times" - Am afraid that my
enemies have them loaded for me,
- but one should'nt borrow trouble -
its enough when it comes. Wrote
to Debbie today -
Went over to the "Times" office this morn
=ing and talked first with Mr. Richardson
asst. Ed - or City Ed. about the proposed
attack on me by the Times - he said he
knew nothing about it - that Mr. E B.
Smith had spoken to him, but would
I step over & see Mr. Woolover.
He introduced me to Mr. W , a
dapper young man with positive
and fixed ideas that I was wrong
& Nelson & McCumber right -
said he had talked with both
of them and had promised Mc
Cumber that he would not say
anything about me before Sunday.