I declined to receive Rennen, begged Botkin to call for me before the dinner, took a bath, and hurried into my dress clothes.
The dinner was given in the Metropolitan Club, of which Botkin and his colleagues are members.
It was three oclock before I went home, accompanied by Botkin and Hausen.
At twelve oclock Botkin called for me to lunch with the Ambassador, Struve.
Judge Botkin soon after this resigned his seat upon the bench and went to lecturing upon the virtues of the Keeley cure.
Botkin gave Brennan into the custody of the sheriff of Morton county.
I was met by Botkin, who accompanied me to the hotel, where a room was engaged for me.
I wrote Botkin a card, telling him that I could not keep my promise to dine with him.
At ten oclock we all repaired to the Embassy, where Botkin had arranged a musical evening.
Dunn went on down the trail and, in a rough part of the country, was fired upon and killed, instead of Botkin.