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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 19 April 1902

J 4 liWIIIIJ 1 UJIjJMjP WIWWNAa1I G 1 N < r S9t yC1 i > 1 fJ y t j 5 al nQ ll 11 a a1or I II IIPOl For heating purposes ns determined ilotcrniincdesporimeiit dlterl11InCl1xporIl11enl determinedexperhuemt esporimeiit 5000 pounds of mnpltj mnpltjhickory 111 maplqhfeI 1I1Q 1I1QI1lckorr hickory hfeI ory or pine ore equal to 2003 2003muds o omuds 093 093muds > muds of soft coal coalCoal coalCoal coatCoal Coal scams are made up of vege vegetable YIetnble vegetable ¬ table jeninlua lemnlusof of former periods For Forests I Foreats Ol Olests ¬ ests linyo lunoon an Important Influence ou onclimate oucthunte ouclimate climate and on animal ns well ns plant plantlife Illnntlife plantlife life In the comparatively unknown unknownworld ttttimownwo111 unknownWorid world of the th ocean marine plant plantdoubtless plnutdonbtless plantdoubtless doubtless have important functions functionsGautlpr functionsGautier fuuctionsGautler Gautlpr bus recently published the theresults theresults ther...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

w M wn liWl liWlpct pct r wy rl r PJ i it t J VOL 13 WASHINGTON D C S SATURDAY TURDAY APRIL 26 26190 1902 NO 17 1 STRIKERS STRIKE S FIRE FIREON FIREON FIREON ON POLICEMEN POLICEMENDye Dye Helpers Storm d Number of EstabHshments Estab Establishments EstabIIshments ¬ lishments in Paterson PatersonDEMAND PatersonDEMAND PatersonDEMAND DEMAND OF THE MANY EMPLOYES EMPLOYESDissatisfied EMPLOVESDissatllled EMPLOYESDissatisfied Dissatisfied Workmen Present Their Schedule ScheduleIn In Writing WrlllngAt At Some of the Plants Raided Raidedtbe Raidedtbe Raidedthe tbe Strikers Turned the Steam On at Full FullForce FullForce i Force and It Was an Effective Weapon In InDriving laDrlvlag inDrlvfng Driving tbe Workmen OutPaterson Out OutPaterson OutPaterson Paterson N J Special SpecialStriking SpecialStrikingdye Striking Strikingdye I Idye dye helpers stormed the establishments establishmentsthat establishmentsthat establishmentsthat that were still running and by force forcecompelled forceompelled ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

4 111111 i1Ii < i 1 > 1 i J THE SUBURBAN HIKEDWASHINGTON HIKED ICiTIZENIi WASHINGTON IiWASHINGTON Ii D C CIf CIt eIf If science makes ns much progress progressJn pro progressn ss ssn Jn n the creation of mechanisms for fortransmitting fornsmlttln foransmitting transmitting nsmlttln the human voice olco during duringtho duringtho duringthe tho nest decade ns It hns In the last lastflocade Instecado lastdecade decade ecado the time may ma come when n ncoat nan nan an In Oskaloosn can take from bill billcoat coat pocket n 1 little bell and andtt rIng uJ uJfriend np npu tt friend in Nagasaki Japan JapanTho JapanThe JapanTbo The London Dally Mall 1all says there therejro thereIlrc lire still ouch heavy hea demands d mands for forhorses forborses forhorses horses in South Africa that there Is Isno IsPO isno no PO real reserve at the Cape The Thebrltlsh TheBritish Thebritsh British War Office Is s becoming becomingWarmed becominglarmell becominglarmed Warmed at the heavy cost of prov...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

f SOME HARDENED Uf fit oT oTTRICKS OKS OKSTRICKS r TRICKS DY 13 WHICH THEY TRY TRYHOODWINK TO TOHOODWINK HOODWINK THE POLICE POLICEDue POLICEDue Due Criminal Who Gave 111 lip SeromIStor3 SeromIStor3lIoblJorlol Second Sti StiItobborles lIoblJorlol In Order to Ueeeha Stole StoleGoodlAnotherVho Stol StolGoodeAnother GoodlAnotherVho GoodeAnother Who Led a Uelled Uellednble lespe lespeable able Lire lu Order to 1 laII Bad Oheelu OheeluIts Ohecl OheclIts Its pretty hard for 0 a lag to toa tu tuA A brace and not many of tht theta > m dobut do it itbut but thnts not t the e fault of the polio polleeleroolked polioremarked remarked an ollltlme old time Headquarter Headquarterlun IIeadquarttman man who used to be ouc of the Dyrnes Dyrnesstnll Byrr Byrrstaff staff The 1101lce are glad to see seccrook a aclook crook take u hitch to the right sidE sidEIU1Il s1 s1and and stay so but theyvo found onl onlfrom c cfrom from long experienco that there nl nltew a afew few of them who really do that ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

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Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

I I IV f IV e jiW I r Instruction t < Subiorlbera SubaoriborePoeTLaaThe SubiorlberaPomoK SuborlborPOITAolrThe POITAolrThe PomoK The postage to all parts of th thPatted the thehlte4 theQtted Patted Statce and Canada is paid prJ by theubllahere th thbliiheri the thelblllhers bliiheri lblllhersRnuTTuau ubllahereAflIITTAAtna bliiheriRniiRAXcci RniiRAXcci of small Bum mny be made mad1th maderith madepith pith 1th comparative eafcty In ordlno ordtnary 7 letter lettert lettenum lettersnle t um ami nle of one dollar or more must bosom besont by byrtfjUtered byftfJlltered byplatered rtfjUtered Icttnr or post postoffice of Ice mon y order orderItlitnrlso i l Itlitnrlso U1rwlse wo cannot < be Dereipotulblelorsamo DereipotulblelorsamoOHiHOE rOlpona1ble fonSllmo fonSllmoCD4IOE lorsamoOntto6 OHiHOE or ADDUEIS DDBEIlSubscrfDer Bubscrlcors wlihlog wlihlogtheir wlshluRtkelr wlehingelr their elr address changed obanR oban ed d must invariably glr glrIhtlr give giveUl1r giveair Ihtlr air former ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

uaitrsM va3dY ns dN r vYnU + x a t iM1dn 0 o op p a t I Ir Poorly cc < c For two years I suffered ter terribly terrlbly terribly ¬ r ribly from dyspepsia with great greatdepression greatr greatdepression depresslonl1nd depression andwasalways WAS always feeling feelingpoorly feelingf feelingpoorly r poorly I then tried Ayers Sarsa Sarsapcrilla Sars3pArllla Sarsaparilla f pcrilla and in one week I was a anew nr anew new man mil manJohn nJohn John McDonald McDonaldPhiladelphia Me McDonaldPhiladelpbla Donald Donaldr DonaldPhllndelphla r Philadelphia PaDont Pa PaDont Paf r f Dont forget that its itsAyers itsr r f Ayers Aye r s Sarsaparilla Sarsaparillathat Sarsaparillathat Sarsaparillat t that will make you strong strongand strongr strongand r and hopeful Dont waste wasteyour wastet wasteyour t your time and money by bytrying bytrying bytrying trying some other kind kindUse kindUse kindUse Use the old tested tried triedand triedand triedand and true Ayers Sarsapa Sarsapanlia Sarsnpar...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

x xb t b i OUR OUR EULOGIES IN STONE STONErARE STONEI I rARE AND SKILL USED IN DESIGN 1 INC MODERN MODERN MONUMENTS MONUMENTSCemeterle MONUMENTSCemeteries 1 J Cemeteries Wlllcll Are It Jlflltlilrul ae ae1arkEvolulton I Il l 1arkEvolulton rk1 volutlol1 IIr the 1I11118uleull1 llaatOletlttSono Sono 01110 or tile EllrltI Tombatonea TombatoneaVoguu lombltol I Iouu Voguu ouu For 1 or Obelhk ObelhkSome Obellka ObellkaSame Some one Las Inquired fI1CC1t10I1s1 fI1CC1t10I1s1Whats tuCOII0USlyWhats Whats tho latest III tombstonls tombstonlsStrnngG tombstcnesf tombstcnesfStrange Strange as It may fcem fo fashion hlon l1e l1etImlnes 1c 1ctermines tImlnes 1he character of tOUlb tombstoues tombstouesas tones tonesis is as rlidly llil ly ns tll1t ot my lndytt II gown gOWlIPerhllps gownPerhaps Perhaps the enrllcst fOll11 ot memolllIl memolllIlto to th the l1eo dead was tbe slllcojlhagus OIul OIulIt nudit It Is In 11 llJoll1lel form 01111 the style which whichIs Is most III toOl In this country at thep...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

T j t T iiT i ar rr 4 + wi wiLITTLE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT COUNTHoir COUNTRow COURTHow Row often in our buy 1au life lifeWe Holy JIO often from our very err heart heartWo heartVe heartWe We Ve speak pt peal l a 1 bitter word wordWe Wo let our au l anger rise riseAnd rleVe rise1Ve We Ve cure not who the listeners are areWe And nd never mind the pleading looks looksThat looksVo looks11e We Vo care not where vheretis tis heard heardWe That come from from soulful eyes eyesWo eyc eyes1Ve I We Vo do not know within our heart heartTo Wo Vc crush wo bruise brllis in passions pll ionlJ lourTo hour hourAnd hourfa To what it may amount amountAnd And scorn the falling tear tearLittle tearJnd tearAnd And truly hUl it is only onl one oneWe Little things oh little thingsOf things thingsWhat thiugIJOf Of little things that count What sorrow wrought you 011 hercl herclYou herelWe here hereWe We often wound the trusting litari litarilly You count oh ye yes eI you OU little things thingsYou thingslJ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 26 April 1902

T 7I > r rI c dIjM M J I d j I r e LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT COUNTHow COUNTUOI COUATHov I How UOI often in our busy life lifeWe How HOI often from our wry ocr heart We Va spiak pllll a bitter word vordWe We let our anger rise riseAnd rise1e We 0 cure not who the listeners Ii tencrs arc arcWe And n never mind the pleading looks We Ve care not where tis heard heardWe That come from from soulful eyos eyosc eye COA COAr We 0 do not know Imol within our heart heartTo Wo Vo crush wo bruise in passions hour hourAnd r To what it may amount amountAnd amot nt And scorn the falling tear tearLittle tenrnd tearAnd And nd truly it is only onl one oneWe Little things oh little thmgu thmguWhat tlllllgtOf things thingsof Of little things that count What sorrow wrought you here hereYou hereTe here1Ve We Te often wound the trusting heart licartliy You count oh 1h yes CI you ou little things liy lJ being insincere insinceree You count but not for gain gainxou gaine e do not think that which we da daM...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

I Tl O i r e I AP u I VOL 13 3 < WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY UR MAY 3 1 1902 2 NO N 18 S 1 1VOL EIGHT EIII T GIRLS GIRLSVICTIMS flIRtSVICTIMS GIRLSVICTIMS VICTIMS OF PANIC PANICTrampled PANICTrnmpled PANICTrampled Trampled to Death in a PhiladelphiaCigar Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCljar PhiladelphiaCigar Cigar Factory FactoryTHREE FactoryTUREB FactoryT1IREU THREE PROBABLY FATALLY INJURED INJUREDAa Aa Accident to a Deaf DeatandDumb snd Dpmb Janitor JanitorCauses JaaltorCauses JanitorCauaea Causes a StampedeTwelve Stampede Twelve Hundred HundredPersons UuallrellPerloas HundredPersona Persons Were at Work In the Build Buildlot Buildlor Bulidlog lot When tbe Janitor Wai Caught by bythe bytbe bythe the Elevator end hurlPhiladelphia Hurl HurlPhiladelphia lIurtPhiladelphia Philadelphia Special SpecialAll An unfortu unfortunate ullfortuIlate unfortunate ¬ nate accident to a deaf and dumb boy boyIsador boyIsador boyIsador Isador Baccus was directly responsible responsiblefor for the death of of...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

Ili h4 IE T E SUBURBAN WIZEN WIZENWASHINGTON ICITIZENJWASHINGTON ICiTIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D DDuring C CDurlng During the past year the German GermanEmperor GermnnEmperor GermanEmperor Emperor has decorated 2473 2 ja people peopleThe peoplerhe peopleifhe ifhe The undecorated German like the thedodo thedodo thedodo dodo will soon be extinct extinctSo extinctSo extinctSo So little done So much to do doPathetic dos dollathetlc dosPathetic Pathetic words from Cecil Rhodes on onhis onbls onhis his deathbed But after nil le Is not notthat notthat notthat that the summing summln up of almost all allJlvos allJres alllives JlvosEvery livesEven lives JresEvC11 Every now and then a small fortune fortuneIs Is bequeathed to establish n home for forstray forIIlray forstray stray cats or dogs But the ragged raggednnd rassedimd raggedand and selfreliant self rellant curbstone American Americanurchin AmerIcanurchin Americanurchin urchin Is too busy with his own plans plansfor planstor plansfor f...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

I TT1 L i 1 1SUMMER m N p SUMMER GOWNS GOWNSBlack COWNSDlaclt COWNSYBlack Black For Tor Children nu nud < l Colors For Their TheirEltlers TheirIthler IthlerMany Killers Eltlerslrany Many of the wash gowns for sum snmmer summer mer nro of light weight linen In pale IJalesolid paleSolid solid colors The trimmings are laces lacesput lacesput put on in transparencies and helped helpedout belpetlout helpedout out with tiny tucking The he simple simpleblouso simpleblouse blouse bodice may fasten either at tho thotront thefront front or back backbut but the preferred alcove IIleeoIs Is always elbow length The trimmings trim trimmlngs trimmlngs mlngs of many skirts still suggest the thegraduated thegraduated graduated flounce nnd some waists waistsshow waistsshow show belts of lace ribbon or cmbrold embroltlery embroidery ery eryThe The black paperchip paper chlp hat Is warm warmly wnrmly ly recommended for heads that find findmost fiUlImost findmost most millinery too heavy Its sole sol...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

ii c 1 DB SUBURBAN mm mmWASHINGTON CITIIEIWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CI Cr CJbtrMIMOW 0p I r n p 4 Jtotmal JbtrMIMOW locoled AnoW to Mw Jnitrtiti t o of At Owasatdente AtMetUenti CA4Jlllri MetUenti Jlllri ntl of the Aiburii Bubur of 0 Waiigton WaiigtonPUBLISHED WaaMagtonUIILISnED 4 PUBLISHED WXKXUr JlXK Y a ar BY BYfti y yhi fti hi Su Man ur au Citizen Newsper Co Cot I III t IK WOOIO WOO WO OJJ > > Btulaen Dsce HaKg HaKgNo I < < u uN aAo Ao N No 6 61110th 611 1 10th Street N EW8lU10701 E EWABHIHQTOH Ewd2HzHOTON WABHIHQTOH D op oOonnIBVTOJi 0R 0 0In p In R OwmuBBTom are Bailneee B63ln BIi lIea si Hen Dn DnIweiWemoB DItWODlOI1 3na 3natlteeWetaoa IweiWemoB WODlOI1 Bclintlati Scllnttatlllatn 4clenttetePlatneopleTYsv 4clenttetePlatneopleTYsvStir Plain Sopll1raT Sopll1raTI sopl TriiY TriiYUrt I Stir Urt n Pottt oto ItO In ether er words wordsMpU 1nIrdell wordspia MpU pia familiar fan 111ar whereof they bet write who whoU whothetr WhoU ell U their clod storlss ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

+ t ii l Instructlona t t Subscribers SubscribersPomoic SuborlbraPOITAoltThe Pomoic POITAoltThe The postage to all part of tho tbo1aiNd thobike bike Btatee And Canada Is paid by th the thoblbhen bliihen ublbhereREYITTANc11 bliihenREXITTANCXS blbhenREIUTTANIn REXITTANCXS of small am mall all Bums may mA be made maderUh madepith pith rUh ith comparative safety In ordinary ordlnli letter letterumn lettert letterttime tumll > time of one dollar or more must mu t besent by rtflistered letter lett r or postoffice poetom poet otllce e money order i N Mlnrwl30 hlrwlse erwisowetatnotbereeponelbletoesame erwisowetatnotbereeponelbletoesameOuANor we co jaunot l1l1not be b rcspont rcepollClble Ible fonftame oIl llm llmOIUIIClZ OUAKOI or ADDBIIS AnnRnSubscrlber Subscribers wishing fcelr Ir nddress cbnnBd cbanK d mutt Inrariably give Uicir former as well as 8 now address addreilMUSING MUSING MusNrGNuuaauIt NOBBEBS NI1I1I1ItUIt It ocoaslonolly ocoasionallyhap h hAppeDi pp e iu nsth th hAt at num...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

fl 1 7N RR l 74 r i SECURING SECU INO MR BARKER BARKERBy i iBy I I By Henry Harris 313 313w w W i r 74i 7il A i KA > t v T HE Jurymen thought they had hadbeen bndbecn hadbeen been of great assistance in re restoring rev reostorIng revstoring ¬ 17 IIt storing tho plaintiff to his hisrights hisrIghts hisrights rights Tho Judge took no lit little little llttie ¬ tle credit cre lt to himself for having di directed Illrect dlrected ¬ rected rect d a verdict crllict for the plaintiff and andleft nndleft andleft left the Jury to determine only onl the theamount th thamount theamount amount of damages to be given gln u The Thespectators 1hespectntOls Thespectators spectators supposed that all tho credit creditwas credItwns creditwas was due to the attorney for the mas masterly nlllSterly tunsterly ¬ terly wny in which he had presented presentedhis presentedhIs presentedhis his case for the plaintiff plaintiffThose pl1lntlcrThose plaintiffThose Those who really knew kne however howeverwer...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

irTT f Health HealthFor a u For 25 years I have never nevermissed nevermissed nevermissed missed taking Ayers Sarsaparllla Sarsaparlllaevery Snrsapllrlllaevery Sarsaparillaevery every spring It cleanses my myblood myblood mybloody blood bloody makes me feel strong anddoes and anddoes anddoes does me good In every way wayJohn wI1YJohn wayJohn John P Hodnette Brooklyn NYPure NY NYPure NYPure Pure and rich blood bloodcarries bloodcarries bloodcarries carries new life to every everypart everypart everypart part of the body You Youare Youare Youare are Invigorated refreshed refreshedYou refreshedYou refreshedYou You feel anxious to be beactive beactive beactive active You become strong strongsteadycourageous strongsteadycourageous strongsteadycourageous steadycourageous Thats Thatswhat Thatswhat Thatswhat what Ayers Sarsaparilla Sarsaparillawill Sarsaparillawill Sarsaparillawill will do for you youtt 1100 tt 00 tbcllle I belUe Ml Allinutitf AllinutitfAilc AlldnlnlatAlk droggIsts droggIst...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 3 May 1902

p 1l Jt Jtt JtU WHERE INSTINCT INSTINCTBj FAILS FAILSBy t = Bj J Carter Beard BeardI BeardT T ET the reader as he finds ocr oc ocI OCt OCtcnslon U I I r n caslon and opportunity try trythe trythe trythe ° the following experiment experimentTake expellmentTake experimentTake Take a deep wide vldemoutbed vldemoutbedar mouthed mouthedInr mouthedar Inr ar say from seventeen to twenty twentylaches twentyktches twentybches laches Ion long with a neck from five to leven inches In diameter In this im imprison 1mprison Imprison prison n bee and two or three flies fliesPlace 1IlesPlace filesPlace Place the bottom of the Jar squarely squareligainst squarelytgalnst squarelytgainst igainst a pane In the window Indo drop dropthe dropthe dropthe the curtains about the jar and unstopIts unstop unstopUs nnstopIts Its mouth The flies will invariably invariablynake Invariablynake invariablynake nake the most of the opportunity given glventhem giventhem giventhem them to escape the bee on the con contr...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 10 May 1902

I 1 T E F 5 I 1 1tJ ct ctI yJ yJI I I VOL 13 WASHINGTON ASIDN D 0 SATURDAY un MAY A Y 10 1902 NO 19 r SECRETARY SEC ETARY ROOTS ROOFSREflY ROOTSHEfL ROOTSREPLY REPLY HEfL Y TO SENATE SENATESubmits SENATESubmits SENATESubmIt3 Submits the Orders Ord rs of General Bell BellRelative HellRelative Relative io o Batangas BatangasRETALIATION BntangasRETALIATION BatangasRITtLiATION RETALIATION WAS NECESSARY NECESSARYThe The Th Resolution Introduced by Senator Cul Culberson Cuibersoa Culberion berson Which Was lVas Adopted by the Senate SenateWas SeaateWas SeasteWas Was Most Comprehensive and Called for lorComplete forComplete or orComplete Complete Information In a Regard to the HiePolicy thePolley lie liePolicy Policy of 0 Reconcentratlon In Luzon LuzonWashington LuzonWashington LuzonWashington Washington D I C C Special SpecialSecre SpecialSecretary Secre Secretary Secretary ¬ tary Root has submitted to the Senate an ananswer 311answer ananswer answer to the resolution of May I call callin...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 10 May 1902

it I I T J IE SUBURBAN CITIZEN ICITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D G Gf C Ct CI CBut t f I But eight eight States St States t sdo do do not now require requireexamination requirecxnminatlon requireixamtnation examination by a State Board of those thoseWho thosowho thosetvbo Who tvbo wish to practice medicine They Theyare Theynre Theyare are Arkansas Colorado Kentucky KentuckyMichigan IicntuckYMichIgan IcentuekyMichigan Michigan Nebraska Nevada eIlla South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota Dakota and Tennessee TennesseeI J I r Doubt is often cast upon clectrocu clectrocuUon deetrocutIon electrocuton ton as a system by the fact that per persons perOllS persops ¬ sons OllS may survive an accidental shock shockof shockot shockof of 2000 000 volts olts The Electrical World Worldand Worldand Worldstud and Engineer points out that the con conjlltlons conUons cou11tlons jlltlons 11tlons Uons of a chance contact arc entirely entirelyifllfferent enUrelyrufIer...

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