April 5th, 1915.

Received by:James Padgett.

Washington D.C.

I am here, Helen

I am very glad that you helped so many spirits to-night, and some of them were very much in need of help. The poor spirit that you sent to me was truly penitent and cried such bitter tears of grief and sorrow. I know that she will soon be forgiven and receive the light. She is now praying to the Father and her whole soul seems to be in her prayers. Oh, I thank God, that you can help them as you do. It is to me, so surprising that I wonder what you have about you that God should give you such power to help.

Well, sweetheart, you are tired, and I must stop.

So believe that I love you and am with you.

Your own true and loving

Helen