Julius A. Penn
P.S. A few evenings ago I was talking to Gen. & Mrs Randall about your visit here last spring and both gave me quite a scolding for not having told them as the time - for until I told them they did not know you had been here and they would have liked to have renewed their pleasant acquaintance with you373Captain Penn Manilamovement of regiments homeward will begin, and while others come on [illegible]place them - yet there may be a few changes anyway the regiments who have yet a year [illegible] in the Philippines - Any changes of this kind would probably give my regiments a time in the southern Islands until their time comes to return to the U.S. in Oct or Nov of 1905. Our friend Capt. Ahem left on a business trip to the U.S. in August and you have probably received a call from him in the past few days - I was fortunate last month in seeing one of those beautiful 5 foot round top narra tables made by the forestry bureau and03444
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