May 28, 1930
Honourable W.L.Mackenzie King.
My dear Mr.King;-
Permit me at this time to assure you that I have every confidence in your judgement in deciding to hold a general election at an early date; and to renew my pledge of loyalty to yourself and to the party with which we have both been identified for so many years. I have every reason to believe that your government will be returned with an increased following provided the party workers do not become over confident of the result.
If there is anything I can do to assist any candidate outside the riding of North Waterloo I should be very happy to place my service at the disposal of the Liberal party.
With best wishes for your success, permit me to remain,
Your sincere friend,