Tuesday February 11th 1919 Long Beach Delmar Hotel dark rainy gloomy Slept fairly well it rained thru the Nite & is raining yet this morning & the waves on Old Ocean are running high we took breakfst at Delmar Cafe 25c for both I took only oat meal & I will for a while eat no meat & little T or coffee on act of Kidney trouble the wind blew hard & cold all day I finished my letter to the Advance & sent it to Editor Coffey at 3-30 pm mother went out to Nellies this pm I took a walk along the pike & watched the waves running high & I got too chilly I met mother at the jitney & we took dinner at the Advent 76c mine was 23c we took supper at Delmar Cafe 30c both
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