P 818 (10-08-500 m)[illegible]THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYTELEGRAM56 Paid.The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company transmits and delivers this message subject to the terms and conditions printed on the back of this blankReceived atMartinez (WHERE ANY REPLY SHOULD BE SENT)San FranciscoMr.J.MuirMartinez Cala.Mr. Calvin has telegram from Mr.Harriman saying he well be very glad to meet you Mr. Calvin. Invites you to go to Los Angles in his private car leaving third and Townsend to-morrow evening at eight o clock .Will you kindly reply any time after eight thirty o clock to-morrow in Flood Building. Key 3160.Paul Shoup. 04126
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