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[[preprinted letter]]

Form 2289              NIGHT LETTER
    THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
                  INCORPORATED
      25,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, PRESIDENT     BELVIDERE BROOKS, GENERAL MANAGER
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RECEIVER'S No.           TIME FILED           CHECK

SEND the following NIGHT LETTER subject to [[image bracket]]
the terms on back hereof which are hereby agreed to [[image line]]

COPY Message received 7:55 a.m.                                                                        November 22nd
New York, Nov. 21, 1910
Geo W. Alger,
             915 Union Trust Bldg.,
                        Detroit, Mich.

I read cable that permanent address is changed to Shanghai and that he wants money in Pekin. Instruct Bank to remit to Pekin. Because of time lost better cable him remittance made, signing my name.  Also wire Fischer as suggested.
                Frank J. Hecker


         
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