Charges Against Members of the House and Lobby Activities of the National Association of Manufacturers of the United States and Others; Hearings Before the Select Committee of the House of Representatives Appointed Volume . 2, . 4-7

Charges Against Members of the House and Lobby Activities of the National Association of Manufacturers of the United States and Others; Hearings Before the Select Committee of the House of Representatives Appointed Volume . 2, . 4-7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...In an other cam aign besides 1910?. Mr. MULHALL. I saw Mr. Lee in Albany in 1912 and got some information from him concerning the district. Mr. STAFFORD. But you do not know of Mr. Lee being in that 'district? i Mr. MULHALL. He was not in that district in 1912. Mr. STAFFORD. He was only in that district in 1910? Mr. MULHALL. Yes, sir., -' fMr. STAFFORD. How long was he in the district iii the campaign o 1910? -. ' I F Mr. MULHALL. I should judge a few days. _ Mr. STAFFORD. Was he in the district very long in the campaign 'of 1906?-Mr. MULHALL. Yes, sir; I think he was there about a week. Mr. STAFFORD. Mr. Lee was one of your men engaged in field work, to assist you in field work? Mr. MULEALL. I had known him for a great many years and had employed him in different campaigns. Mr. RUSSELL. Did you pay him, in 1906, for his services? Mr. MULHALL. Yes, sir. Mr. Russ!-11.1.. Do you know how much? ' Mr. MUI'.HALL. I just can not call to memory. I think I paid his efigenses and railway fare which he submitted to me, I think, at ' erent times--ave him mopfiy for his requirements. _ wfllilr. RUSSELL. The amount ' l appear in your financial statements, ' it? Mr. MULHALL. I am not sure of that. Not under the Cushing administration; no, sir. I Mr. RUSSELL. Whatever amounts you paid him under the Cushing administration are not reported---are not of record? Mr. lVIULi=mLL. No, sir; they were not allowed to be reported.-Mr. R.UssELL. Was Mr. Lee employed in 1906 especially for the puipose of assisting Mr. Fairchild? I i r. MULHALL. es, sir. Mr. RUssELL_. For no other purpose?. ' Mr. MUIBALL. No, sir; that was the only purpose that I know of. He was to make a canvass among the shops in Oneonta and surrounding towns. ' Mr. RUSSELL. Was Mr....show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236523969