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court. [[red underline]] Redman  keeps on prevaricating and
adroit lying.
Then Neave [[/red underline]] begins cross examination in a very skilful way. Defines the case, [[red underline]] limits it to the matter at issue then intangles Redman who answers evasively then contradicts himself flatly. [[/ red underline]] and finally [[red underline]]admits even that his testimony is contradictory to his former printed statements. [[/red underline]] Admits also that he [[red underline]] never got his initial patent but that it was 
allowed to Goldsmith. [[/red underline]] All this Neave did in a very dignified but gentlemanly way
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while [[red underline]] Redman  is sweating [[/red underline]] and stammering. The judge once or twice was looking steadily at Redman as if he were scrutinizing his face and fathom his character.
I [[red underline]] feel more confident than ever to win our case. [[/red underline]] Went to dinner at [[red underline]] Waldorf Astoria of Rocky-Mountain [[/red underline]] Club as guest of Knox Taylor; a very distinguished gathering of prominent men. At my table Mr. [[red underline]] Baldwin and Mr. Johnson. president Baldwin Locomotive works, Knox Taylor, Cary Hutchinson etc. Coleman du Pont [[/red underline]] President announced each part of the program by firing a [[red underline]] 45 revolver. [[/red underline]] there was [[strikeout]] singing [[/strikeout]] a regular performance
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