Roosevelt vs. Newett; A Transcript of the Testimony Taken and Depositions Read at Marquette, Mich

Roosevelt vs. Newett; A Transcript of the Testimony Taken and Depositions Read at Marquette, Mich

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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. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ... and switched out. Q. Was Duluth the only place there was any speaking done in Minnesota? A. I couldn't say; we stopped at towns, but whether they were in Minnesota or Wisconsin, I couldn't say. Q. After the injury was inflicted and the plaintiff was in Chicago, where were you? A. I was staying at the La Salle Hotel, and I was spending my time mostly at the Mercy Hospital. Q. You were in Chicago also? A. I was in Chicago. Q. It was your duty to look after the meals? A. Yes, sir. Q. When the meals were on the car, who did the ordering? A. If the meals were on the car, I ordered what time they should be served, but the Pullman company, I believe, made the arrangements as to what was served. Q. What can you say as to yourself or any member of your party ordering any liquor whatsoever on that trip? A. I ordered no liquor on that trip. Q. I call your attention to Duluth. How much were you in the company of the plaintiff that day? A. Oh, I suppose thirty times I was jumping in and out of his room. I was with him constantly in the first part of the morning, and then he went into his room, and I was jumping in and out all the time. Q. Were you also together with him at meal times? A. Yes, I had breakfast and luncheon and dinner with him. Q. Was there any address made by the plaintiff in Duluth? A. Three of them. Q. Where were they, and at what time? A. Well, I suppose about eight o'clock--Q. In the morning? A. No, in the afternoon, he spoke to a meeting of doctors, and just said a few words; perhaps he spoke for three or four minutes; then he went on to the main hall and he made a speech of an hour's length or more; and then, I think, there was an overflow meeting; my recollection is, at Duluth there was an overflow meeting. Q. Did he address that?: . A....show more

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  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236639057
  • 9781236639059