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Townsend.  He got new diagram for [[red underline]] Nikolas suit. [[/red underline]] Saw many suffragettes in cars many intelligent looking women.  Evening went to Belasco Theatre and there I sat next to ex [[red underline]] Patent Commissioner Moore. [[/red underline]]
[[black underline]] Nov 30 [[/black underline]] (Sunday) Up early. Spent most of morning writing 
Afternoon met Celine and Mrs. Livermore at Station then drove directly to hotel then to [[red underline]] Suffrage Meeting [[/red underline]] at Columbia Theatre 
Seats all taken notwithstanding fact that orchestra seats cost us $2.00 a piece!  Dr. Anna Shaw a wide awake white haired lady presided. Much enthusiasm and orderly meeting. A few men Mr. Henry Villard, [[strikethrough]] Mrs. S [[/strikethrough]] daughter of William Lloyd Garrison, and Mrs. Stone daughter of Rob. Ingersoll in the box.  Meeting very
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orderly, and well conducted  
Very democratic. Heads of [[note in left margin]] female [[/note in left margin]] labor union strikers on the platform.  Afterwards Celine and I supper at [[red underline]] Shoreham [[/red underline]] 
went with her to reception at headquarters - Bellevue Hotel.  Then I went to [[red underline]] Cosmos Club. [[/red underline]]
[[black underline]] Dec. 1. 1913 [[/black underline]] Appeal of [[red underline]] Goldsmith [[/red underline]] a motion to dissolve before Commissioner. [[red underline]] Lee [[/red underline]] there of Chicago in behalf of [[red underline]] Redman Mackaye [[/red underline]] aided by [[red underline]] Barrows [[/red underline]] the Washington representative of [[red underline]] Baeyer & Cie. [[/red underline]] I see [[red underline]] Schweitzer's [[/red underline]] trail here! [[red underline]] Commissioner Ewing [[/red underlined]] very patient sat from 10:30 AM to about 4 P.M with only 30 minutes recess. Long winded argument of [[red underline]] Mackaye [[/red underline]] going in many matters which have nothing to do with the issue.  Finally was
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