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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

I THE WEATHER On Wednesday partly cloudy and slightly cooler weather will prevail, preceded by local rain. IT JO tC tC tO tC C K 1? iC T ? tf C K C K ScmNWeekly Founded 1908 l. f f v v tc j jc jc K tr jc jc c jc k WayneXnty Organ it- - - : H, Weekly Founded. 1844, REPUE REPUBLICAN PARTY I f. . r 67th YEAR. HONESDAXiE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1910. NO. 27 J Si w ft HE Senator Forestalls Action. For His Expulsion. ; EXPLAINS AGTION IN SPEECH.! Judiciary Committee at Albany, Was to Have Given Him a ; Hearing Today on Charges , In Allds Case. Albany, X. V., April r. Senator Bonn Conger bus forestalled hostile action in the seriate by tiling his resignation with the secretary of state, as fol- J lows: , Hon. Horace White, Lieutenant Governoi of ths State of New York unit Presi dent of the Senate: Sir I, Benn Conger, do hereby reslgr. the of 11 CO of senator representing the Forty-first senatorial district of the state ol New York, which I now hold. This resignation to take ef...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

TI1K CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AIMUL 0, 1010. MAD CHILD FROM DEATH Caused an Automobile to Upset as it Neared Baby in the Roadway THE OROUGH REDEEMS ITSELF Fowl, a Terror for Ten Years, Inadver tently Does One Good Act and Dies Tale of a Cantankerous Bird with An Evil Eye. ' Montvllle, N. J. A bad tempered old gnnder, known to everybody In Uie village as "The Grouch," redeemed a bad reputation of ten years standing, find at the same time lost Its life, in saving Agnes Stilton, 3 years old, from death under the wheels of nn automo bile. When the child was ready to go out and have her usual romp In the little frequented road the hired man chaacd the gander Into the smoke house and closed the door by means of an old fashioned wooden button. It was nec essary to take this precaution Inas much as there was nothing "The Grouch" liked so much as to pursue the little girl with flapping wings and shilll squaws. In this way every time it had a chance It would frlchten her Into the house, leaving It...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

TOE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIUIi 0, 1010. DON'T (JET SCARED MAY I8TH. 1 On May 18th many of us earth be ings will witness n sight the llko of which has never before been Been by men, at lcnBt slnco men havo kept a written history of events. On that day, for over three hours we shall bo vlowlng the sun through the great blazing head of a comet. Of a sudden our earth, swinging through spaco at C5.000 miles per hour, will plunge Into the tall of Ilnlloy's comet, close to the neck of It. The tall will have been whipped against us at Its own speed of 105, 000 miles an hour. Thus this globe will dive through the luminous haze at a total speed of 170,000 miles nu hour, 47 miles per second, the cnrth entirely Immersing herself In the celestial mist In less than three min utes, yet so thick Is the tall nt the point of perforation C00.000 mllos that wo shall be nearly three hours and a half passing through. What will happen? No two scien tists agree In detail. They are, how ever, practically ce...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNK8DAY, APllIIj 0, 1010. THE CITIZEN ruai.iBiiKD nvrnn-wkdnksdat and miDATiir THK CtTUEIt PUHL1B111KO COJlrAUr. Vfntered ns second-clnss matter, nt tbct)ost' nOlcc. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION J1.C0 Ki . HAHDKNIIKHGH. - 1'UESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGIClt AND SEC'Y MKECTOKB: O. a. DOKFLIKC1KR. M. II. AL1.KN. UKKRY WILSON. K. II. II ARIlEKfiKHOII, W. W, WOOD. WKDNKSDAY, AI'lMbd, 11)10. It's pretty hard for n woman wear ing a dress slio has "turned" three seasons and faded cotton hose, with patched heels, to say to her liege lord, "I love you Just as well as when we were married ten years ago." Gentlemen who Insist on "cussing" the tariff for the high cost of living should take a copy of the new tariff law in one hand and a price list of groceries and meats In the other and inform themselves. Maybe they will find what the philosophers call food for thought. And It Isn't a very high price for that sort of food, cither. It is Just a little compari son. For example, It wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

THK CITIZKN, WKBNUSBAV, AIMHIj (J, 11)10. I 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN I KSIGPfcll!et j VOl SAliK CHKAP One open Buggy and ono Concord two-sent Wngon, KK1ETNER BROS., Hones- dale. Pa. 3t - ; im 8AWv Full blood White Plymouth Rock eggs for setting, IS for $1.00. B. F, I'OLLEY, Secly- vlllo, Pa. 2DeoI' - ' 1 " HAVING the goods, I am gotng to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs and Sow- Ing machines. MclNTYRE. 24eol4 ,' . ., , . hOH Flagging, Curbing, and Steps mil on Miller. 1,4 Delaware St. CUi IV. TWHIiVK muslin trespass notices! for $1.00; six for seventy-llvo cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. VOli SAliK Small farm located )i of a mile from Wlnwood station, Preston township, Wayne Co., Pa. WARREN P. SCHENCK, Honesdale. Pa. 2&t3. VOn SALK A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnairs. In quire Citizen Office. tf Kim SAliK A mare, 9 years old, sound, work anywhere, good driver. E, E. Carlton, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, ArilHi fl, 1010. -tow taiwr l?-m - HANDY BEEJIVE CARRIER. Get It Ready for Putting the Hive Out In the Spring. To make, a beo hive carrier similar to that shown In the accompanying Illustration, select two small saplings about six feet long and hew a Oat sur- TJSING THE BEH HIVE CARRIER, face on each 01 them. Nail a board four feet long and 12 Inches wide on each flat surface as Indicated. The saplings can be cut any desired length. Honey and Money. In the first place the honey bee are of far more value to the farmer than they are ereaited with. They aro worth more as pollenlzers for all clovers than the bumble bee. I have seen them on the tirst crop when 1 was cutting It for hay and If It is dry and the supply of blossoms short for the seed crop they will work on that as much as the bumble bee. writes J. C. in a bee journal. For ..i fruit crop they can't be beat They commence with the llrst blossoms on the peach, cherry, apple, raspberry, blackberry, and In ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

TUB CITIZKH, WKDNKSDAY, AIMUIj 0, 1010. Cherub Deyine By SEWELL FORD Copyright. 1909. by Mitchell Kennerlsy ciiaptek vi. TnB big rooms nt Flewlnfrton Acres were empty and Tery still Ions before midnight, but tlio Cberub continued to sit In the library, smoking nnd meditating lie hnrt n trick when watching an un steady mnrkct of tearing pieces of pn per Into small bits and throwing them away. Ho was doing this now, and the eastern rug tinder his feet looked ns If It hnd been visited by a stage snowstorm. He was aroused by an odd noise. It sounded as If some one was dragging a heavy object down the stairs. Looking out through the door hang ings, be could see the lower half of tho staircase. For a moment he waited, nnd then there appeared the Countess VecchI, tugging at a dress suit case which was evidently well filled. She was dressed os If for the street, with n light silk dust coat over her black gown and a jaunty straw hat on her head. When she saw the Cherub she seemed startled an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 April 1910

TIIK CITIZKN,Wi:i)XKSIAY, APRIL 0, 1010. H- M4I"H'M4HH4I" f CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION STEENE. The Hev. Mr. Davis, of Wnymart, preached his farewell sermon here on March 27th, at 2:30 p. m. to a largo number of listeners. .Mr. Davis took for his text John Gth chapter, and the C7 and C8 verses: "Then said Jesus unto tho twelve, will ye also go away?" Then Simon Peter answered thera. "Lord, to whom shall we go, thou hast tho words of eternal life?" After the services, the Sab hath school was reorganized for tho coining year, and the following offi cers were elected: Superintendent, J. E. Haley; assistant superintend ent, Mrs. Minnie Mill; secretary, H. Wood; treasurer, Leslie Mill; orgnn lst, Miss Florence Dennle. Mrs. O. W. Chapman nnd daugh ter, Mrs. Lenora Foster, of Carbon dale, nre moving here on the former's small farm. George Chapman, of Carbondale, ' Is making some repairs on his moth-' or's farm here at Steene. The Bobolink has ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

Tltfl WHATHKIt On trlday tale, weather anil lower temperature will prevail, nnd on Sntunlny fair weather. tC iC jC tf" K K H JO f C tT C is K" C Jf Scml-Wcekly Founded 5 5 1908 tf JV J J 0 T if JO jC j? JO JC J? JO If 7? ?jLWiyne Countv 0ran 5 J5 ., of the 1 REPUBLICAN pgRTY S Weekly Founded. 1844 .J rf j j oi j jt ,jt j jt j j j: YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910. TO. 28 ROOSEVELTLEAVES Has Great Ovation on His Last Day In Rome. GUEST OF THE MUNICIPALITY. Cardinal Merry Del Val Issues An other Statement Justifying His Action In Vetoing Inter view With Pope. Rome, April 7. Theodore Roosevelt has ended his visit to Home nnd lint left the city to calm down after thret busy, stormy days. Ills stay awakened a strange mixture of enthusiasm and bitterness and will he long remem hered. The soreness of the Vatican and Catholics against him Is very acute, but King Victor Knunannel, cab lnet ministers and other notables havt vied with each other to do honor tc the America...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, Nil DAY, AIMUIj 8, 1010. wns nno New York Legislature After Fire Insurance Companies. NO BRIBERY INVESTIGATION. Resolution For Wider Probe Sup ported by Only 16 Votes Supt. Hotchkiss on the Trail of $5,000 Check. Albany, X. Y., April 5. After n three hours' wrangling, during which prop ositions for a general investigation of alleged legislative corruption were de feated, the assembly adopted the Mc Inemey resolution calling for the ap pointment of n legislative committee to Inquire into the affairs of all insur ance companies doing business in the state, with the exception of life Insur ance companies. The committee is to sit during the summer and report its lludiug, with recommendations for remedial legisla tion, to the legislature of 1011. The assembly also adopted n resolu tion requesting the attorney general to enforce the law for the punishment of fire insurance olliclals who may be found guilty of violations of the stat utes of the elate. lloth these resolutions w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

i THE CITIZEN, Fit I DA V, APIUI, 8, 1010. HONORED H K Roosevelt Out Driving With Victor Emmanuel. CHEERED BY CROWDS IN ROW Ex-President Says He Had No En gagement With Methodists or Any Intention to Make Address to Them. Rome, April r. At the special inrl tntlon of KIhr Victor Emmanuel, The odoro Roosevelt went out driving to day with his majesty in the roynl ear riaRe. They drove on the Corso ant around the mins of the Forum nnc Raw the Villa Horglicse, the Villa Me diet and other famous palaces. King Victor and his American Rues had a long and pleasant conversation the king asking mauy questions aboul the United States and showing th( liveliest interest in American instltu Hons. King Victor Emmanuel in talkltif. with Colonel Roosevelt used English which he speaks lluently. Mr. Rooso volt replied fully to the king's qucs tions and talked not only of his Afrl can experiences, but of conditions It the United States and nlso touched or great international subjects. Crowds gathered on...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

THIS CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1010. THE CITIZEN TOKLIBIIKn KVKI1Y WEDNKSUAT AM) FRIDAY XT THE CITIZEN rUnLIBlllNQ COMPANY. Kntarcd ns second-class matter, nt the post ollluc, Honcsrialc. l'n, SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 H. U.UARDENHKKOH. - I'UKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGEU AND SKC'Y BiiiKcroiia: o. a. DOBrLi.vnr.R. M. b. am.en. HEHRY WILSON. K. tl. IIARDK.NBEr.aiI. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1010. There Is no plnco In tho Scripturo which states that "A man In order to let his light Rhino should carry it around in a 'buggy." Oh, dear to our hearts arc the sad days of springtime, when tho annual house cleaning recurs to our view, when we sleep on the sofa and eat off the mantle, In nn atmosphere strongly suggestive of glue; wo think of the stove-pipe, the soot that camo with It and sweet expressions so fluent mid fine but the saddest and most bitter of all recollections Is tho dusty old carpet that hung on the line. Oh, that dusty old carpet, that rusty old carpet, that musty old carpet that...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL H, 1010. ICENT A WORD COLUMN MALU 11121,1' WANTED. Cut Glnss Smoothcra. Twcn-ty-Flvo Men Wanted. Steady Work. GOOD PAY. PLEAS ANT SURROUNDINGS. THE STERLING GLASS CO.. Cincinnati, Ohio. FOR SALE CHEAP One open Huggy nnd one Concord two-seat Wagon. KRIETNER DUOS., Hones dale. Pa. 3t 1IAVINO the goods, I am going to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs and Sew ing machines. MclNTYRE. 24eoI4 FOR Flagging, Curbing, and Steps enll on Miller, 171 Delaware St. eol 4t. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-live cents. Name of owner, township nnd law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. VOll SALE Small farm located i of a mile from Wlnwood station, Preston township, Wayne Co., Pa. WAHKEN P. SCHENCK, Honesdnle, Pa. 2Gt3. FOR SALE A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnalrs. In quire Citizen Offlqe. tf WANTED AT ONCE Experienc ed carpenters. KRIETNER BROS., Honesdnle, Pa. 3t VOn SALE CHEAP Two b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, I1UDAY, AI'KIIj 8, 1010. Agricultural ;j UNIQUE VEGETABLE DIGGER. Gathers Up Onions,' Etc., and Sepa rates Them from Adhering Soil. Something now nnil novel in tlio way of vegetnblo diggers hns been de vised by a Kentucky former, the ob ject of ttao contrivance being to catch up onions and similar vegetables and tho necessarily accompanying dirt, nnd by slight shaking separata the dirt from tho vegetable. It can read ily bo carried In the hands of the Digs Up Onions, Etc. operator, who can easily shake the digger after he has taken up a quan tity of tho soil and vegetable. In con struction the digger resembles a imlnl ature wheelbarrow, the receptacle forming the body being made of shout metal containing innumerable per forations. At the front or small end of the receptacle is a swinging door, beneath which is a small shovel. In operation the digger is used as a shov el In lifting the vegetable and tho surrounding soil. The digger is then shaken, separating the . veget...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, ritlDAV, Al'IUIi 8, 1010. Cherub Devine By SEWELL FORD Copyright. 1909. by Mitchell Kennerley CHAPTEU VII. "B itJT why should I stay hero? Why do you want mo to stay?" The countess was asking Mr. Dovlno these questions with as much sincerity as if there could be no posslhlo reason why he should object to her leaving Hcwlngton Acres. "Why why, because you ought to. because I want you to stay. Don't you see? I want you to stay." For the better part or the day the Cherub had been waiting for Just this opportunity. Now that it had come be stood staring at her with a blank, baffled look in hls'bluc eyes. The countess glanced curiously at him with a light laugh. Ho had found her in her favorite retreat, a rustic summer bouse perched on a little point of rocks which Jutted out into the sound and marked the eastern boundary of the estate. "It's very kind of you, Mr. Devine," she said. "I'm sure, but I don't feel that 1 can accept such n favor from well, from a stranger, you kn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 April 1910

TUB OITIZHN, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 11)10. I CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN X THE .MOST UNLIABLE MEDIUM FOR I SPREADING INFORMATION STEENE. Tho "Bobolink" Is again elected for the third term as supervisor. Mrs. J. K. Haley visited Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. William Wright, at Carbondalo. Mrs. Minnie Mill and son Lesley viBited friends at Canaan on Sun day. Claence Short, of Carbondale, visited his parents here at Steeno Sunday. Richard Cllft has purchased a line and well-matched span of four-year-old horses; consideration four hun dred and fifty dollars. The Prompton borough fathers, with Supervisor Haley, viewed their nine miles of road on Saturday, and decided to build about two miles of stone crushed road again this season. Lumberman Hollenback has pur chased another fine lumber tract in this section, and has given the Bobo link the contract of getting the logs, props, mine rafting, and ties ftj readiness for hauling next win ter. There is another call of "Grand pa" again, for...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

TIIK WKATHEK On Wednesday, overcast to partly cloudy and cooler weather will prevail, preceded by local rains; Thursday, overcast weather. V JC IT JC T If tP SC V JC tC if K K" Semi-Weekly Founded , k 1908 5 & Weekly Founded J844 J " la Wjiync County Organ '.S - oftlHF 5 REPUBLICJPARTY J J .S .tf 'J J .S J fOHfl 67th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1910. NO. 29 fjST HIS BIC TRUSTS WIN. Rehearing In Tobacco and Oil Cases. NQUIR iiiiffii t). S. SUPREME COURT DIVIDED Death of Justice Brewer, Who Wai on Side of Government, Gives lurton Deciding Vote Ap pointment Awaited. Washington, April 12.-Cblcf Justice Fuller announced In the supreme court I the United States that the suits of the gorcrnment for the dissolution of the Standard OH company and the American Tobacco company had been assigned for rehearing. The an nouncement means that the arguments will be heard all over again some tlmo next fall, and It also Indicates from the peculiar circumstances connected ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

( TUB OITIZKN, WEDNESDAY, APIWIj 18, 1010. Household j; NOVEL BUTTER CUTTER. Divides Pound Into a Number of Small and Equal Slices. Among the Infinite vnrlety of de vices that lighten the housowlfo'i bunion and add to the nttracUvenesa of the dinner table Is the butter cut ter devised by two men In the State of Washington. Nor Is this cutter useful In the home alone. In fact, it la probably of more real use In hotels and restaurants, where many pounds of butter have to be cut 1b a day, and where an equal portion to every cus tomer U a diplomatic necessity. The apparatus consists of an oblong frame, slightly larger than a pound of butter, with handles at each end. Running through the center of the framo lengthwise is a thin sharp strip of metal, the edges pointing out ' At right angles to this, and crossing the frame at close intervals, are other knifelike strips. The device Is placed over a pound of butter and pressed down through it, dividing the lump into about two dozen equal squ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIHIj 10, 1010. LABOR LEADER P SOP ONLY GOOD MEN WANTED "If n Mun Wnnts to .loin, AH Right, Hut it is Contrary to tho Principled of Free Government niul tlio Con stitution of tho V. S." Wnrren S. Stone, secretary of the American Brotherhood of Locomo tlvo Engineers, surprised many of his hearers at the third Present Problem dinner at tho Murray Hill Lyceum, Now York City, by coming out unreservedly for the "open shop," If a closed shop Involved forcing men Into tho unions. He Bald this thing of trying to force men Into an organization against their wills wns un-American and contrary to tho spirit of tho Americnn Constitution. Tho stand, unexpected as It evident ly was, was liberally applauded. Mr. Stone, who had been asked to speak in the place of John Mitchell, unexpectedly called out of the city, , was introduced by the toastmastor, B. Stng Whltten, as the man who a few years ago Increased the wages of the American locomotive engineers i 17,000,000 in n si...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

THIfl CIT1HKN, WKRNHSRAY, APRIL 13, 1010. THE CITIZEN ronuaiiEn kvkiiy wednksday and Friday nr THE CITIZEN l'tlnl.IRIII.NO COMPANY. Altered ns Beroml-rlnss matter, nt tho post olllce. lloncsrinlc. I'll. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. B.ItAltnKNIIKlKJII. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MAN'AQKK AND SKC'Y ciuectohh: C. 11. OOltrl.INOEIl. M. 1). At.l.KN. UKNRY WILSON. K. II. II A11I1KNI1EHU1I. W. W. MOOD. WKDNKSDAV, APR. IS, 1010. If mirrors wore put nil around n question sonic men would bo unable to boo but one sldo of It. It Is a sad commentary upon tho race that in every community there are so many tongues to talk and so few heads to think. They are going to hold a public experience meeting In Pittsburg nt which everybody will be allowed to tell their personal experience of grafting. Everybody invited. Tho route from the nurse's train ing school to the marriage altar seems to be a very direct one these days. It may be that this explains why the supply of nurses shows no sign of running short. It...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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