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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

( THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAIICII 24, 1011. . SIDE LICHTS M OLD SBNOU DON JOSE YVKS LI MANTOUIt, Mexican llnnnef minister, who recently left New York rather secretly nnd Inir riedly, seemed disposed to charge tht Insurrection In his country to oui muckrnkers. Said Don Jose: "It may seem untrue, but I am nev ertheless convinced that, except fot the sensational articles relative to Mexico which were printed In your newspapers and magazines for a year or more before the Insurrectionary movement developed there never would have been the trouble that has existed in my country for several months. For years President Diaz has told writers visiting Mexico that all ho desired to be said about his coun try was the truth and has discouraged fulsome praise as much ns the 'muck raking, 1 believe you call It. which has been so much in evidence for some time. "And this is all that 1 ask of the press of the United States or of any j country In dealing with Mexico the truth. You are familiar In a gener...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, imiDAY, MAIICH 21, 1911. WHEN SHERIDAN WENT TO TEXAS Fifty Thousand American Troops Massed on Bonier, PARALLEL TO PRESENT MOVE Mero Show of Forco Then Forced Ro treat of Maximilian and Finallj Forced His Downfall Sheridan Hur ried South Without Waiting Fc Grand Review Grant's Significan Instructions. Tho mobilization of thousands o United States troops In Texas Is ii"' a novelty In the history of the w. . department While It Is said that tin troops are in Texas merely for inamvi vers, such was not the case when (!m trnl Phil Sheridan was sent Into thai rtate in 18G0 with 50,000 vet en: i troops. This move followed the occupatio f Mexico by the French and the phu fcig of Maximilian on the throne r Napoleon. When the American ci ; war was at Its height the emperor n tho French sent troops to Mexico I establish a throne there, believing Ih government of tho United States to much occupied with war to nttenip to enforce tho Monroe doctrine. Tli ccupation of Mexico by tho Fro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

I Tile, C1T1UKN. Kill DAY, MARCH 21, 1011. ts:e r:t3.a:TizE3sr Roml-Wcckly Founded jobs; Weekly Founded 184 1. rUHUSIIKD WEI1NBSDAYH AND FRIDAYS BY THK CITIZEN rUBLlBUlNQ CO. KnforM as second-class matter, at the postnlllce. Honesdale. l'n. K. B.UAKDENIIEKUII. 1. II. WITHKUIIKE, J.M. SMEITZEK - - directors: C. II, nonFI.INOER, M. B.ALLEN, II. WILSON.. B, llARDENBEROH, W. W. WOOD Our friends who furor us with contributions, and desire to Jiavc the same returned, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose. TERMS : ONK YKAK, - $1.(50 TIIItEK MoNTIIH, - !18c. SIX MONTHS, - .75 ONE MONTH, - 13c. Hcmlt by Express Money Order. Draft, Post Office Order or Reg istered letter. Address nil commimicatioiis to The Citizen. ho. Mil Muln street. Honesdale. l'a. All notices of shows, or other entertainments held for the purpoRe of making money or any Items that contain advertising matter will only he admitted to this paper on payment of regular advertising rates. Notice of entertainments ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1011. A-CENT-A-WORD FOU SALE. FOR SALE One blower with motor attached. Hcrbeck-Demor Co. 24t3. FOR SALE Six-room cottage with small orchard, located In village. Edw. O. Bang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf AUCTION SALE Two cows, one two-seated wagon, one buggy, one team racket wagon, one lumber wng n, one plough, ono heavy harness, ene mowing machine, six cider bar rels, etc. Auctioneer S. Amos Ward. At Bowden Farm, Saturday, March 25. Mrs. Edw. Gregory 23t2 RED MEN'S PINS a new and fine assortment; also H. II. S. pins, at Petersen's. 23t2 EASTER CARDS printed at The Citizen office. Samples at tho of ce. UNCLE JOE STRAIN of Columbian . Wyandots. Eggs for hatching and r- stock for sale. My birds are bred from New York, Chicago, Boston and Scranton winners. Correspondence solicited. Joseph Stephens, Box 5-B, White Mills, Pa. 23tf bIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION, Pyrox and soluable oil for spraying or chards, also big line of sprayers at Murray & Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

TUB CITIZKN, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1011. UANE FOURTH WRECKS BIG FIREWORKS COMPANY. Largest Concern In the Land Goes to the Wall. Agitation for a noiseless Fourth of July lias wrecked the Pnln Manufac turing eotnpnny of Now York, tlio largest nml best known of tlio fire works companies of the United States. The spread of the movement for a "Bane Fourth" Is the reason given by the majority of the directors of the company for Its present unprofitable condition. Claimants for more than $500,000 damages for accidents and fatalities against the company are affected by Its Insolvency. According to the pe tition, only $10,00d unincumbered as sets remain to pay $145,000 of claims. There Is only $23.98 in the treasury at the present time, the directors say, to pay the claims, nnd the rent for the eompany's quarters Is long overdue. What forced them to tnke the steps for dissolving the corporation, the di rectors say, was a Judgment for $211 which they had no means to satisfy. "The reason," the di...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

THE OITM0, FIUDAY, MARCH SI, 1011. PLANET MARS NEXTTO DIE. Venus and Mercury Already Dead Worlds, HSISTS LIFE IS ON MARS. Poroival Lowell Says Earth li the Only Other Planet Inhabited Jupiter, Sat urn, Uranus and Neptune Are Big Baby Worlds, Too Young to Sustain Life Jupiter and Saturn Red Hot. Mercury and Venus are nlrcady dead nd dried up worlds, Mars Is rapidly pproaculng a state of wrinkled old so, and the earth Is next In the pro esslon headed toward the extinction f all life, according to Dr. Perclvnl lowcll, head of Lowell observatory, ho recently addressed the New York lectrlcal society. Mars Is certainly Inhabited by some tonracter of organized life, Dr. Lowell Mid, and the Martians have far greater cason to deny that there Is life on the onrth than we have that they exist. r. Lowell was sure (hat there was uo life on any other planets besides Hit earth and Mnrs, all other members f the solar system bclnc either nl- eeady dried up. so that life, animal or Tegetable, cannot ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

rrm citizen, fiuda!, march si, inn. THE COUNTY HAWLEY. Special to The Citizen. HAWI.HV, !'., Mnrch Hit. Miss Frances Uoblnson loft Monday morn ing for Laccyvllle where sho will visit her parents. Philip Shceley, Lakevllle, who had his arm crushed by being caught In the wheel of a gasoline engine last Tuesday, was taken to a pri vate hospital nt Scrantou and had tho Injured arm amputated near the elbow. He returned hero yesterday and will remain In town In care of a physician until the wound heals. May Klllam, Lakevllle, was calling on friends here to-day while on her way to Ilonesdale. Mis. Simons and son, Walter, of East Hawley, went (o the Electric City, for a brief visit to-day. Monday evening an electric wire broke nnd fell onto the sidewalk on Church street between the Gelsler and Ames residence, causing great consternation for a short time. There was the sound of an explosion nnd a terrifying display of electricity. It was carefully guarded until an elec trician could bo summo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR. , Lr ti WEATHER lfel:CAST: FAIR. READ THE CITIZEN l lP " 'iftSLl (0 Hf (lllf , READ E CIT!ZEN SAFE, SANK, SMB. 4 ' FldNE, SURE. 68th YEAR. --NO. 25 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1011. PRICE 2 CENTS c PRIZES GO "$2 For Less Than Two Minutes Work Looks Good To Me" Says Fred Gregory KONTEST OPEN TO ALL; BETTER TAKE A CHANCE, YOU MAY WIN A PRIZE. FOUIt PRIZES EVERY WEEK. JUST KICK. Fred Gregory, the snappy office boy In The Citizen office, was the only winner In tho prize kicking contest which started last week. However, Fred won two prizes; one for the excellence of his kick and the other he cause It was expressed in less than ten words. His kick was as follows: Hdltor The Citizen: I kick for a raise. Respectfully yours, FREDERICK GREGORY, Honcsdale, Pa. Answer: All right, Fred, you get it beginning with May 1. For details of the contest see Page 2. FAIR AT CAPITOL W. C. Norton, Waymart Former Ice King Losing To Head Commission His Mind From Wo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1011. J ARE DOING THE "war piiuo'' on tlie Mexi can bonier Is now in full swing. At Cuuip Sam Hous ton, near San Antonio, and at tho other camps along' the border drills and maneuvers are the order of the day. One of the first tasks was the llcldng into slmpo of the "raw" soldiers, approximately 1,000 of whom reported for duty. Another prelim inary was the hardening of the Ameri can regulars for Held service, flen eral Carter Issued orders that the re emits were to have immediate in struct Ion In target practice, and the brigadier generals commanding bri gades wer Instructed to see to 11 that their commands wore "In every way prepared for the Held." A provost guard to see to the proper deportment of the troops has boon or ganized and has orders to assist the San Antonio police whenever neces sary In preserving order among the soldiers A squadron of the Fourth cavalry has been summoned by General Carte- to do patrol duty at Camp Sam Houston. Oencral ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

THE C1TIZISN, WKDNKSDAV,) MA11CII 20, 1011. LACK OF FOOD DOOMSMILLIOn Terrifying Conditions In Ma Province, China. A MISSIONARY'S LETTER. Holp Must Corns From Outside Befcro Summer Starving Hordes Tear Bark From the Trees and Ent It. Pathetic Recital of the Suffe.-inoi From Famine. Pathetic details of the stifTcrlntpt from famine In Anhui and other prov lnces of China reach tho mission boards In every mall. lit n letter to the board of foreign missions of the Pres byterian church tho Iter. Thomas Car ter, a missionary stationed at Ilwni yuen, in Annul province, writes: "I never really knew what the Lord's Prayer meant until today. We came to u village where some Christians gathered for worship. To hear that company of men say 'Give us this day onr daily bread' had a strange sound when we know that not one of tlieiu kad so much as seen bread for many a day unless you call pressed sweet potato vines bread. Somehow that prayer must bo answered. We canno let these people starve." A mill...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

TUjsi OITMKN, WEDNESDAY, 3IAKCH 20, 1011. THE CITIZEN" Henil-Wcckly Founded 11)08; Weekly Founded 1811. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AMD FltlnAYBUT TUB C1T17.KN PUULISIimQCO. KniPTfd ns second-class mntter. nt tho pnstnlllce. Honesdale. Pa. Yet wo question, In splto of the more rigid laws enforced after each successive calamity has brought a conscience-stricken community to a realization that PEOPLE'S FORUM K. H. JlAKDKNHHWill. n. H. WITIIKIUIKE. J. M.SJIEl.TZKH l'KKSIDKNT MANAC1ING EDITOR ASSOCIATE KD1TOK DIUECIOItB: O. II. liORFLINflKn, Mi B. ALLKN, II. WILSON, K. B. IIABDEtlBKBOlI. W. W. WOOD Our friends who favor us with contributions, and desire to have the same returned, should in every case enclose statu) for that purpose. TKUMS: ONK YEAH, - $1.50 THKKE MONTHS, - 38c. 8IX MONTHS, - .75 - ONE MONTH, - 130. Remit by Express Money Order. Draft. Post Otllrc Order or Iteg islcred letter. Address nil communications to lhc Citizen. No. WU Main street, Honesdalc. Pn. ' All notices of shows, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, VH1NHS1AY, MAKCH 20, 1011. A-CENT-A-WORD FOIt SALE. PUBLIC SALE of Household goods on Snturday, April 1, commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., the following property: Kitchen range, extension )able, sideboard, six chairs, kitchen cabinet, hall rack, carpet sweeper, double heater, 'Morris chair, two rockers, sewing machine, center ta ble, bed mattresses, wash stand, bureau, incubator, brooders, iron bed, cot bed, stand, encyclopedln, re volving desk, open sleigh, all garden tools, also at the same time I will sell two large carpenter tool chests, sarpets and other things belonging to the late John James. Terms made known on day of sale. Sirs. L. Polley, Seelyville, Pa. A. O. Blake, auctioneer. It FOR SALE One blower with motor attached. Herbeck-Demer Co. 24t3. VOU SALE Six-room cottage with small orchard, located in village. Edw. O. Bang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf UNCLE JOE STRAIN of Columbian Wyandots. Eggs for hatching and stock for sale. My birds are brea Irom New York, Chicago, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

Tim CITIZEN. WEDNESDAY', MAHCH 20, 1011. RADIATION OF THE SON VARIE Dr. Abbot, Smithsonian Astrono mer, Hopes to Prove This. HE FORESEES BIG DISCOVERY. Research In Mexico Is Expected to Render Important Service to Agri culture and Long Distance Weather Forecasts How Earth's Temperature Is Affected Also to be Shown. As a result of the action of congress at the last session la making a special appropriation of ?5,000 for the pur pose, Dr. C. G. Abbot, director of tbo astropbysical observatory of tbo Smithsonian Institution,' will be able to complete within the next year an Investigation begun In 1003 which Is expected to provo that the radiation of the sun varies and that this varia tion produces a corresponding varia tion in the tctnperaturo of the earth. While this discovery, If made, will have Us highest value for pure sci ence, it will also be of great benefit In Its application to agriculture, to loug distance weather forecasts and other practical purposes. To complete the tests ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

Till! CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1011. AUi I SALLY'S CiRCUS By M. QUAD Copyright, 1010. by Associated Lit erary Press. Aunt Sally Davidson had reached the age of sixty-Qvo and was living with a married daughter. Sho was a little, brisk old lady, and tho caro of two equalling young uns and nil tho house work fell on her shoulders. She could walk a mile with any one, and the Monday washing was always out he fore noon. Aunt Sally was noted for her pa tience and good temper, but there camo a day In this her old age to try her soul. A circus was coming to town, and to the utter amazement of her daughter, son-in-law and all others she expressed a determination to be a spec tator. "Why, mn, you are a member of tho church!" exclaimed the daughter. "So I am. but don't mnmlwrs of tho church want to see a rhinoceros and giraffe?" "And your minister will preach against tho whole thing," ndded the son-ln-lnw. The circus was a week nway yet. and during that time tho matter was brought up again...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 March 1911

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH SiO, 1011. THE COUNTY EQUINUNK. I Special to The Citizen. KQl'lM'XK, Pa., March US Mrs. Cain Lord spent the pnst week in New York City. Isaac Sandercock, "Hawley, spent Sunday at the home of J. K. Horn heck. Horton Lord returned home Sat urday after a week's visit with rela tives In Passaic, N. J. .Mrs. John Cuddlhe, who has heen quite 111, Is better. Hosaholle Pine spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, .1. Pino and wife. Oakley Tyner has heen appointed health ofllcer of Buckingham town ship to 1111 vacancy caused hy the resignation of Dr. P. C. Frlshie. Lillian More, Craman, is visiting her sister, .Mrs. Claud Beesmer. A baby girl, the flrst born, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gillow, Tuesday. Xln.i Hall Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Shepherd Warfleld. The singing school met with Miss ilornheck Saturday. Mrs. Prlsbie will entertain the class April 1st. Lucy Kordman is home after spending the past winter In New York City. The young peo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

0 WEATHKK FORECAST: FAIR. WEATHKK FOItECAST: 1' READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SUltE. READ THE CI SAFE, SANE, Sllg! vet. 68th TEAR.--NO. 26 HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. PRICE 2 CENTS IS-" m- FIRE AT ADELIA Cattle, Horses, Sheep, are Burned to Death H1G IJAHN ENTIRELY DESTROY ED FIRE HUG SUSPECTED y NO LIVES LOST. Fifty-three cows, three horses nnd a number of sheep and pigs were burned to death at Adella, Tuesday night, when a largo barn belonging to a fnmlly by the name of Lacclona was destroyed by lire shortly before midnight. The flames were first discovered by one of the neighbors, the inmates of the house aroused, and an attempt made to savo the cattle, but the fire had gained such headway that the barn with all its contents was burn ed to the ground. The lire Is supposed to have been of incendiary origin. Within the nast year there have been a number of conilagrations In Cherry Ridge township and the county authorities have for some time been conducting a q...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, MARCH SI, 1011. LIFE STORY OF POOR THE career of Tom Johnson is n story of how a poor boy be cume u millionaire, his life work being characterized by pluck nrnl pathos. As a boy ho learn ed what hardship and poverty were. Then by rapid rise he became a mil lionaire, only ,to sacrifice his fortune In trying to straighten out the finan cial affairs of his dead brother, who had left a widow and four children. Tom Loftlu Johnson was born in Scott county, Ky., on July 18, 1831. The uumc9 "Tom" and "Loftln" he selected for himself. In his early childhood his parents agreed that ho was n boy out of cqmmon lines and that he could decide for himself better than thoy could decide for him. Tom Johnson went into the world without the advantage of a high nchool or college education. First ho was a newsboy uud as such learned the value of a nickel and what It meant to earn one. Ills first employ ment was in a rolling mill, aud from the furnace mouth he went into a j railroad ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

T11U CITIZEN, PHI DAY, MAHCII 31, 1011. HOLY HILL OLD MEXICO There Is Built Slirina to Guada lupe, Country's Patron Saint. VIRGIN APPEARED TO HiM. Story Told by the Simple Folk of the Land to This Day How Guadalupe's Uncle Was Miraculously Healed by the Virgin Side Light on Country In Which Americans Are Now Keenly Interested. Fortunate Is the person who has lmd Ac opportunity of visiting the Basil lea, as the great church of (Jumla lupe is called, mid of looking up nt Its sky decked ceilings, uUnilrlng lis gigantic und perfect proportions and ef approaching the faultless marble statues of the bishop and the Indian, .raan Diego, who, kneeling, guard the sacred tllma within the main altar which bears the historic figure of the Virgin of Guadalupe. It seems from the best nuthoritlo at command that the hill now known s Gundnlupe hill was a sacred spot under the old regime of the Aztecs, being set apart as the place most lit for the worship of the goddess To nantzin, so that from time I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

TI1K CITIZEN', FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1011. A-CENT-A-WORD FOR SALE. The County Commissioners will meet Tuesday, April 4. I nr. Dnwiiton. Starrucca. last week sold 35 head of registered Hol- steln cows for $8,000. Comnany E. Thirteenth Infan try, have changed their drill nights s un Baiurnay, Apru , ' " fn Th,ir1nv. at one o'clock siiarp, at nor store -.. T..1lw 1. ,.(111 I " ye ?1.V.B' fu:i-d""" Next Wednesday a detail of XVorPrieT drv coods hosiery no- United States Army qMlcers will In UonTcf: ' alLg bedVoome 'suits, wect Company E, Thirteenth Infan couch, chairs, tables, carpets, heater, ir cook siove, one . u- Cai)taln Ham Post, No. 198, G Sote articles oVnumeVps to A; U.. will hold an Appomat-x Camp mention. Terms: All sums unuer " SR. 00. cash: over this amount, G months' credit with Judgment notes and approved security. A. O. Blake sold a registered Holsteln cow. Number 87,814, bred by A. S. Hoxle, Leonardsvllle, N, Y., FOR SALE OR RENT houso at 1019 to Lee Sherrod, Pallsdale. Cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH SI, 1011. SMITH ATTACKS DR. MUNSTERBERG Gives His Side of Case in Berlin Imbroglio, QUOTES AMBASSADOR HILL. Says Munsterberg Interfered and Threatened to Cable President Taft. First Full Statement of the Matter Made on Professor Smith's Arrival In America Revealing Lights on Di plomacy. Professor Charles Alphonso Smith of tho University of Virginia arrived re ccntly In Baltimore from Berlin and gave a statement concerning the con trovcrsy over Mrs. Smith's failure to attend the Schlepponeour, or Imperial court reception, In Berlin on Jun. 18 last. Mr. Smith Is Kdgar Allan Toe professor of English In the University of Virginia and went to Berlin as Roosevelt exchange professor at the University of Berlin, while Dr. Hugo Munsterberg- went to Berlin as Har vard exchange professor. This Is Professor Smith's statement: "The facts in the case are briefly as follows: When I, as Roosevelt pro fessor, flrst called upon Professor Mun stcrberg In tho Palast hotel, In...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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