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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 2 August 1902

i 1 I THE SUBURBAN SU BUR AN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENSATUHDAyAUOeS12112 SATURDAY SATUHDAyAUOeS12112 AUG AUGUST CST 2 IMS n u uInstruotlons Inetruotlona t > Subtorlberg SubeorlberaPoemnEThe SubtorlbergPCITAOK Subsorlbe SubsorlbelolT1oETho PCITAOK lolT1oETho The postage to all portoof the theV thefitted V ratted iUd States and Canada U paJrt pllJI by the thetsbuahera th thblUhers he hetbllthers tbllthers tbllthersRnrrTulfczlol blUhers tsbuaheraItExITTANcu blUhersItixiTTANCM ItixiTTANCM RnrrTulfczlol ot small sums may mil bemada bemada1th be made madeth madetb 1th th oompurittivo safety l fety In ordinary ordln letter letterurns leltertj letterems j urns of one dollar or more must bejeoni beeonl by bTrltlered rtffljtered p latered letter sr Ir postoffice post ofllce momy montyorder monr yordert order rtherwlse herwbe we cannot acnotb reiponilbletorNime be bereaponelbleforaameCaAxaE reiponilbletorNimeOniKQE relponlblo fOlNlme OniKQE OF ADDBMB ADDaIIlBubserlbera...

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. — 2 August 1902

I THE VESTMENT OF MATURITY MATURITYA MATURITY MATURITYs A 11s s the years roll on onAnd onnd onAnd And nd I reach the meridian of my pilgrimage pilgrimageLo Lo how my views viel 8 change changeI changelI I become daily dail more tolerant tolerantMy tolerantMy tolerantMy My vista isla widens widensSly widensMy widensMy My prospective deepens deepensIn In place 1 ace of the narrow prejudices prejudicesOf Of impulsive youth youthI I II I find a large spirit of indulgence indulgenceFor indulgenceFor indulgenceFor For all the weaknesses of humanity Nor do I loae loseand and this to me meIs meIs u Is dearest of all and most grateful gratefulflJJ gratefulT1 5 T1 rife > td high ideals jfeV jfeVWhich ii t r rWhich Which then a spur spurAre ipurAre spurAre Are now become merely merel the reins reinsTo rems remsTo reinsTo To check my wayward fancy from straying strayingrom From rom the safe highway To the luring flowerstrewn flower strewn meads meadsWhich meadsWhich meadsWhich Which skirt k...

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. — 2 August 1902

r ROW THE ANIMALS SWF SWIlMOS1 SWFMOST SVIMMOS1 MOS1 3EASTS HAVE A NATUBA NATUBAINSTINCT NATUBALINSTINCT NATU9AINSTINCT INSTINCT FOR WATER WATERWhile WATERWblJo WATERWhile While Man lIIalFeol1 Feoli Himself 111 at Em EmWhen Enlo EnloWhen EmWhen When Bovonil IIli III Depth SUny tan LunAnlmnli Ll1nd Ll1ndAnlD1nll tanAnimals Animals Are Almoit Equally EqunU7t at Momin Mom HomIn 1I0mo 1I0moIn In Vaterlolal Water 1otar Heart Expert ExpertThe EspeltThe ExpertThe The leading distinction between betweenbenst betweenbeast a aI I beast and a man when swimming swlmmhngthe I Ithe Is IsI I the fact that the beast fearlessly prccceds pro proceeds pr prceeda cceds as best he may after the sam sainmethods same samemethods sammethods methods he used on laud while the tb ma maadopts man manadopts maadopts adopts a hundred maneuvers whlc whlcarc which whicharc whicare arc novel to his continental mov movments move movements movnlenis < ments nlenisMutt mentsMan mentslInn Man in the water emulates t...

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

1 v Y the courtesy courtes of The Century Centurywo wo are enabled to reproduce reproduceone roproduceono reproduceone J3 one ono of the most Interesting Interestingarticles Interestln Interestlnarticles Interestingnrtlcles articles upon the very cry perti pertinent 110rtluent pert pertvent ¬ vent question of the extermination of ofthe oftho ofthe the mosquito which has appeared In Inprint Inprillt Inprint print for Some time The Century has hastaken hnstnk11 bastnkeu taken an active Interest In this Impor Important Important importaut ¬ tant matter maUrI having published In dlf different dlfferent dlfferent ¬ ferent numbers several articles artlclcsthelo artlclcstheloon thereon there thereon ¬ on one from the pen of Dr Dr L I 0 How Howard Hownrll Howard ard the Entomologist of the Depart Department Depl1rtm Departmeat ¬ meat m < > ut of Agriculture Agrculturewhols who Is a renowned renownedauthority renonnellnuthorlty renownedauthority authority upon mosquitoes The article ar...

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. — 9 August 1902

1 1D I t toJ > q D r A Ar AJ r oJ J i f I VLl VOL 13 13a WASHINGTON V SIIJNGTON D C SATURDAY S Ul DAY AUGUST 9190 9 1 1902 02 NO N03 32 I BARRY AR < < Y TRACY TRACYKILLS TRACEYKILLS TR CEY CEYKILLS KILLS HIMSELF HIMSELFRun Run to Earth Wounded and Bleeding BleedingDies BleedingDIes BleedingDies Dies In Despair DespairENDED DespaIrENDED DespairENDED ENDED HIS LIFE TO FOIL PURSUERS PURSUERSA A Career of Two Months Since its EscapeFrom Escape EscapeFrom EscllpeFrom From the Penitentiary During Which lie HeKilled lieKlUed lieKilled Killed Several Men and Wounded Others OthersEluded Ot OtbereEluded ers ersEluded Eluded Bloodhounds by Sprinkling Red RedPepper RedPepper RedPepper Pepper In Ills Tracks TracksSpokane TracksSpokane TracksSpokane Spokane Wash SpecialHarryTracy Special SpecialHarry SpecialHarryTracy Harry HarryTracy Tracy the notorious outlaw whose es escapades escapades escapades ¬ capades have occupied public attentionfor attention attentionfor attentionfor for the p...

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. — 9 August 1902

1 y r ww THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D DI C CIn < f In December cEmber 1800 there were 78740 78740teataa 78740and 78740Lorm7 teataa and 4040 stables In New ew York YorkCtty YorkNow Yorkany any Now there arc only 05080 borsesand borses honeifind borsesnnd find 3320 stables the decrease being beinglue belnsdue beingdue due < to the advent of automobiles and andthe nndtbe andthe the substitution of electricity for horse horsepower horsepower horserower power on the street railway lines linesThe linesThe linesThe the The latest report of the British Reg RegIstrar negIstrar RegIstrar Istrar General shows that the natural naturalIncrease nnturalIncrease naturalIncrease Increase In population in the United UnitedKingdom UnitedItlngdom Kingdom 1 iugdom during the three months end ended cudcd ended ¬ ed on March 31 last was 05011 The Thebirth ThebIrth Thebirth birth rate during that quarter was 381 and the death rate lSD per 1000 1000France 1000F...

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. — 9 August 1902

t T WOMANS POSITION IN SPAIN SPAINLittle SPAINLittle SPAINLittle Little ItettBrThan Bettor Than a Uoinentlo Slave SkiveDut SkiveDutSatbaed Dut DutSatUOea DutSatlaOed SatUOea With Her lot lotWoman LotWOmal LotWoman Woman in Spain has bad no part in inthe Inthe inthe the emancipation of the sex that ban bantaken hafcaken hasakcn taken place in most European countries countriesSi countrIesthe Si n the last century < says a writer In the thefortnightly thoFortnIghtly theOortnlghtly fortnightly Review As a factor in so soial soln1 solal ial life she stands entirely in the back backrround bnclflound bacltmound mound man has the predominant Influ Influjncc Influence Influlnce jncc and the position of woman is an anentirely anentirely antntlrely entirely subordinate one on < > To tho for forStgncr torer forlgner Stgncr er the first sign slgli of this is visible In Inthe Intho Inthe the absence of that easy and homely homelyiplrJt homelyrplrJt homelyIpltlt iplrJt of hospitality prev...

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. — 9 August 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. — 9 August 1902

L THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSAI w wSAI r SAI UUDAY UllOA Y AUGUST 9 1WV2 Instruction t Subiorlbora SubiorlboraPorriflB SubcrlboraPOT Subsorborepor7anaTbe PorriflB POT por7anaTbe I1ITbe The pottage to all prtdf the thefatted tbe1Jlted theealted fatted Stntet and Canada Cau a U pal pain < < by tb tbob the theab1uhers the1nb 1nb ob ab1uhers ab1uhersI iihcrs iihcrsh h I KirrANfUi of small lumi may IDII bem be made IDclerilll maderlth tle tledth dth eotnpwa the Iv safety lu ordliu Ot ordluey I11A 7 letter letterlumi letterlama lama 1 lI of one dollar or mere mu must t be loe8 4eeen sen n by byf byrtltrod byt t f et rtltrod trrod letter lett r or postoffliB po tomt moo > y yorder order orderMutrwlse orcer I Mutrwlse N rwlse we caunot be responsible r reaponalbletonaane reaponalbletonaaneC2LXGE polUlble fonMm fonMmOiiiXOE tOIlNilDOaucop OiiiXOE or AUDIKIH AUDaKBuhllcrjllerl Butmcrjcer wishing wlshiugtheir W18hlIJIftltelr UttirhddrMflhantfM their Iddr dllrss e ocean unl1 + q mn r...

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. — 9 August 1902

GENIUS GENIUSBt Bt rtOBENCE WILKINSON WILKINSONWhat WILltINSOtWbd What secst tliou on yonder desert plain plainLarge ptalnLuge Large vague ague and void voidI oid oidI I see a 1 city full of flickering streets streetsI I hear the hum of myriad enginebeats enginebeatsWhat enginebeatsWbat What sccat thou thouI thouI I see a desert plain plainLarge plainLarge Large vague and void voidWhat voidWhat What seest thou in yondir human face facePale ace Pale 1 > ale frail and small smallI I see a soul by tragedy worn thiat thiatI I read a page of poetry of sin sinWhat sinWhat What secst thou thoutI thouI I tee a human face facePale facePale Pale frnil and small smallWhat smallWhat What seciit thouatyonJerdimcroesroad thouatyonJerdimcroesroadBeside thou at yonder dim crossroads crossroadsncside Beside that shattered inn innUntrixvclcd innUntraveled Untrixvclcd possibility The inn of splendid mystery What secst thou thoutI r rI I sea the dim croasroada croasroadaBetide er08sroad8Beside Betid...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 9 August 1902

< If = I II Ij r HTT I j Blockton Wrote ote Poor Poo Poetry PoetryThe FoerrThe PoIr PoIrThe The late Frank Stockton nevor nevorcpuld nevorcQuld nevercould could write a successful poem In Inthis Inthis Inthis this connection the novelist frequently frequentlytold frequentlytold frequentlytold told a good story on himself In his hisyouth hisyouth htsyouth youth In conjunction with his brother brotherJohn brothfrJohn brotherJohn John he wrote many poems with withwhich withI withwhich I which ho afflicted the editors of vari various varii various vartone ¬ i ous Canadian periodicals The ettu effusions ettuslons ettustone ¬ stone always came back The editor editorof editorI I of One magazine was an especial tar target target target ¬ get of tho Stocktons but as none of oftheir oftheir oftheir their poems was ever accepted thebrothora the thebrothers thebrothers brothers came to the conclusion that thatthe thatthe thatthe the editor had no conception of good goodpoetry goodpoetry good...

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. — 9 August 1902

V OOODOODOOOOOOOOODOOCOOOOO OOODOODOOOOOOOOODOOCOOOOOITHE 0000000000000000000G00000 0000000000000000000G00000TIIE 00000000000000000000000008 g ITHE IIIIE TIIE FALLEN CAMPANILE CAMPANILEo CAMPANILEBe CA IPANILEfJ 013est 0 0Dolt Dolt Be t Vnntne rnntn e Point For Gaming GnliilncIJIrdtEje GaIIlIDi Gaminglltrd4 g gg > lltrd4 IJIrdtEje Ere View 1011 of Venice cmlro cmlroDOOOOOOoocoooaooooooCOCOOQ o oI g I O ODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOThere There vas no better way of getting a aJust nlust aust Just ust Idea of Venice In a birdseye birdseyeview bhdscyevIe blyds eve eveview view vIe than by making the ascent asc nt of the thecampanile thetllmpanlle therampanfe campanile How many will recall the thepround theground theground ground and water plan of the city as asIt asIt astt It lay beneath one 300 feet below and andregret andregret mdregret regret the fall of that aerial porch The Thecampanile Thecampanile Thecampanile campanile had n...

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. — 16 August 1902

1 lj f J w 1 1 1I 1I I I r b uy jes 1 s z 4y1 4y1ti ti Sii rllth r P ri r ri 1 1U Oi U i N Ic i VOL VOE13 13 i w WASHINGTON W AS INGTON D ft C SATURDAY AUGUST Hi 131i0 l102 i < 02 NO NOii3 33 3 TRUST t USTOFF OF FARM FARMMACHINE FAR RM RMM 1 1MACHINE MACHINE M CUINE FIRMS FIRMSNew F1R FIRMSNew I INew New Harvester Company With Capita Capitaof Capitalof Capitaof of 120000000 SllOODOOOOINCORPORATED 120000000INCORPORATED 120000000INCORPORATED INCORPORATED IN NEW JERSEY JERSEYAlmost JERSEVAlmost JERSEYAlmost Almost All of the Leading Leadl g Harvester Manu Manufactoring Manufacturlng Manufactoring factoring Companies Conp les of the Country In tb tbNew tbe tbeew lhlNew New ew Combination ComblnatlonPurpo Purpose e of f the Move MovSaid MoveSold MovlSaid Said to Do Delo to Bring About more Pronounce PronouncesEconomies PronounceEconomies PronouncedEconomltS Economies EconomiesNew EconomltSNew EconomiesNew New York Special Specialhe The incor incorporators Incorporators incorporators p...

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. — 16 August 1902

TT IE SUBURBAN KOTIZENBASfflNGTON CITIZEN ClTIZENIWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CThe CThe C CTbe The trouble with American humor Is Isthat Isthat Isthat that anything which happens to be n nUtUe ntittle atittle tittle bit funny Is Immediately pounced pouncedupon pouncedIIpon pouncedUpon upon and worked to death deathThe deathThe deathThe The descendants < of BrIgham Young Younghave Youn Younhave Younthave have decided to hold annually family familyreunions tamnyreunions familyreunions reunions hereafter The question of ofmaternity otmat4rnlty ofmaternity maternity trill 111 not be raised of cours coursBrlgham coursBrlgbam l lBrigham Brigham Young died In 1877 but there thereare tbereare thereare are over ov 1000 of his direct descendants descendantsand descendantsDnd descendantsand and six of his widows living today todayThe todayTbe todayThe The production of aluminium In the theDnited tb tbVnlted theUnlted Dnited States during 1001 amounted to to7ltIOOOO toT150000...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 16 August 1902

I 1 AN EMERGENCY WOMANA WOMAN A GenUewoUlan With lIeneVho aeneo Tvho Intro Introduce Introduce duce w New Vocatloa YocallouSeveral VocatloaSeveral Several years ago I was left In inposition a aposition position that necessitated my makin makinmoney money said a woman oman to a Chicago ChicagoInterOcenn Chicagolnter InterOcenn lnter Oeean reporter I had no ape spec1nlty apecialty c1nlty no training for sIMsupport selfsupportwas I was a gentlewoman with commosense common commonsense n sense and good judgment I know knewgood good deal about housekeeping and it itproblems problemsas problems as every conscientious worn wornan womun un whO has had 11 lioma of 11r Ir ow owdoes does but I was riot wlUln wI1Intothk wI1Intothkregular regular em employment oyment In do etlc sr srvICe service vICe At first I tried to ftijll hda a plac placas as companion or secretarY but 6UC 6UCplacea plnces were scarce and nd 1 hadnt tli tlitralutag the theitralut1g e itralut1g for themIn them themIn In the m...

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. — 16 August 1902

lI J r q i I m IUBUIIiI Ii mm mmWASHINGTON CI4 I BN BNWAIH1NOTON 1 1WASHINQTON WASHINGTON D C Gt CJlNrMl 4 t fyvnutl Anott to 1t ° Jrnttt JrWN tJ it At AtMeiiitntt IA4ricf Wleafdenie Meiiitntt ricf nU 1 y the Suburbi ef Washingtonr WashingtontBLIBIIED Washington WaMglonPUBLISHED Wa7IIuonPV8LIIIRBD r PUBLISHED tTBKKLT DT DTto DTr UTS1I to r Suburban S1I urban Citizen tewr Ke spaDar Co CoIff COt COtI cog I Iff II WOOB woo > > BoslRM Buala MaKg MaKgNo II IINo Mau MauNo No 01110th 611 10th Street N E EABHXBQXOH EWmurOtO EAd2HItiGTON ABHXBQXOH 9 I a aIn 0 0III 0A A In Oomuinons 001ll1UBftOJlIIUI ire r Bti Btuinssi D lnus traII Men 3u 3ufcttftt Dua DuasWu 11 11II4IB fcttftt sWu W m II4IB eticlantieteIlslaeopleTY eticlantieteIlslaeopleTYNero ficltntlitf Plat oplTrav oplTravlUr oplTrnoWtra Nero Wtra Poet Poat Pot etc eta In ctber ther words wordsMpl wordspie Mpl pie 1 Umlllar fa lIlIBr whereof they write who whoiH whotllelr su iH their stories nort Ja a way tha IbM will lalwest lalwes...

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. — 16 August 1902

I THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATURDAY CITIZENo CITIZENSATURDAY o n nSATURDAY < w O2 SATURDAY AUGUST 1C 1611 1P02 1002o o Instructions t Subscribers SubscribersPOWAOI SubcrlbarPOITlosThe SubscriberPoTAesThe POWAOI POITlosThe The postage to all partoof the thefttlted thehlted thePitted Pitted Stater and Canada Cllnad la paid pal s by th tbsbtAbors thttbiliherB the the4blllhers 4blllhersIUUrTUlcnl ttbiliherB ttbiliherBHvHimtioBR sbtAborsArnlrrANcas HvHimtioBR of mull sum sums i may be b mad madith made maderith madeflab flab ith comparative safety afttyln la ordlnafjr ordlnai letter letterum letteawn lettetw lettetwsums awn um of cue on dollar or more moremu inu must t besonr byngljterod br bjrr brtltterod ngljterod r rlf tltterod tirod letter or 3 pojtoffleo moo yorder yordererwise y order i iituenflsp ituenflsp berwibe we cannot < UlDot b berosponelbleforaame berosponelbleforaameCUANOSor roipotnlble for touame touameanNQE same sameOBAKQEor OBAKQEor anNQE or ADCnsep8ubscrloers ...

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. — 16 August 1902

2gjf > T r r t THE OLD COUNTRY COUNTRYIVhcres COUNTRY COUNTRYWheres COUNTRYWheres Wheres the land o DreamlandHow Dreamland DreamlandHow DrMmtandHowahould How Howahould should I know knowOn knOvY knOvYOn knowOn On the moons further tide tideWhere BideWhere ide ideWhere Where the drift clouds rideAnd ride rideAnd rideAnd And the stars hang low lowWhats lowWhats lowWhats Whats the tbesound sound o Dreamland DreamlandHow DreamlandHow DreamlandHow How should I hear hearBell hearBell heart heartBell Bell tones from far below belowNights belowNipht belowNights Nights Nipht haunting cockcrow cockcrowOlden cockcrowOlden cockcrowOlden Olden songs and dear dearWheres dearWheres dearWheres Wheres the gate o Dreamland DreamlandSudden DreambndHow DreamlandHow How should Item ItemSudden I tell tellSudden Sudden you stand before beforeSlip beforeSlip beforeSlip Slip through the quiet door doorAh doorAb doorb Ah b but alls well wellJosephine weillolephine wellJosephine Josephine olephine Dodge Da...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 16 August 1902

fP i I Il l r Not 10 JIrJlunrl Ily ISrrntl Aloir AloirAt AlotrAt 101 101RAt RAt At a ministers meeting the other day daye Rev e Dr Rqinsford was telling of the thefutility theutility thefutility futility of o trying to comfort persons In Indistress indistress indistress distress with Bible texts I had an anexperience anexperience anexperience experience in my early career he hesaid hesaid hesaid said which made such an impression impressionon on me that it has saved m ma from many manymistakes manymistakes f mistakes Whenever I tried to per persuade persuade persuade ¬ suade an Irish member of my flock to topay topay topay pay pay more attention to his church duties dutieshe dutieshe dutieshe he would make an excuse that it took tookhim tookhim tookhftn him all his time to earn a living and andwould andwould andwould would touch my heart by his explana explanation ex explanation pInna pInnation ¬ tion of the difficulty of o making money moneyBut moneyBu moneyBel But Bu I exclaimed A...

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. — 16 August 1902

u I Westminster estmigster Afcfcey Arranged for or the Eoronatior 1 r r it itdosepfi Joseph L rram6er antferlain antferlaint arg erlain erlainAblest in inAlilest Ablest t British BritishStatesman Br1tlSI 1 I Statesman StatesmanMr 5 tatesmaQ tatesniagMr J JtIW tIW a tB > iJIt rCrW YiU liW lY Mr Joseph J oscph Chamberlain Cham l1erlalu n the British BritishColonial llrltlshcolonIal BritishColonial Colonial Secretary was born In Lou Loudon Londou Loudou dou but early removed to Blrmlng BlrmlngLam Blrmillgham Blruiingham ham where he started life as a nx 1111111 1111111bel lueulher > m mfcer her of the firm of Nettlefold Churn Churnberlaln Clluwberlaln Chumberlain berlaln screw makers Ills business businessicapaclty businesscapacity businesscapacity capacity was w as so great that the firm firmbecame firmec lirmbecame became ec me paramount in the trade and nndIn nnllin andin In eighteen years his fortune was so soconsiderable soconsiderable soconsiderable considerable that he ret...

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