2 Iron in the July Munsey, I think you have it. It says Mr. Carnegie paid the highest wages and got the best ability and to that he owed his success. I think you'd gain if you applied that to Mr. Bedwin and Mr. Baldwin. It's no use your trying to work with Mr. Baldwin if you don't foregather, but if you like him I'd be generous and make him feel it's worth his while to stay with you. I think Davidson would like a rise and would rather you gave it to him or did something for him first.
I want you to have thoroughly competent help about your sheep. I want you to have every chance to carry out your ideas. Of course it costs money but we have it to spend. There is no need to live on just our income, the children have enough and you've given away enough. Don't count dollars and cents but get what you want.