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cumstances you will surely pardon
me for trying to do something to
bring a little happiness to my
dear ones to brighten their Christmas
just a little bit. Last April my
husband wrote to Lord Strathcona,
who was once a member of our
Cabinet, and knew our circumstances
and the dear old gentleman
generously helped us along, since
then we have never missed a
day that we did not say a little
extra prayer for him during our
daily family prayers, and
particularly during his recent
serious illness, and , I assure
you we will do the same for
you. We will take what you send
as a loan, and pay you as

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