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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

TIDC CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 10ii Self Condemned Br MARGARET C DEVEAUX Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. M. le Judge Curler was dispensing Jnstlee on the bench during the Kronen revolution. The Justice he was dis pensing was between classes, not lndl Tlduals. The nobles had tyrannized vcr the common people for centuries. Kow the common people were endcav ring to extirpate the nobles from the lace of the earth. Judge Curler was eendlng a batch of them to the guillo tine. "Who Is this?" ho BBked. seeing a girl, a mere child, brought before hltn. "Cltlzeness Ellse Bellalr." replied the Ulcer of the guard. "Who ordered her brought here? She la not old enough to to understand the difference between patriotism nnd tyr imny." "She was Included in n list furnished wf M. Marat" "Indeed," said the Judge, frowning. "M. Marat is accustomed to make In quiries If all those on his lists have keen taken care of." "But this one did he know that she is a child?" The ollloor shook his...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1011. 11 i . THE COUNTY DREHER. Special to The Citizen. DItlMIIOIt, I'll,, March IK). Just two weeks between now and Easter and without anything unforseen oc curring to change the even tenor of the egg market, wo are likely to have hen fruit at a price that even the "poor In purse" can indulge In In the annual egg feast, to their satis faction. Those who are In the chicken raising business, are not slow to take advantage of the pre vailing low prices and bushels of eggs are in storage (not the cold kind) and are expected to bring forth recruits for the cackling and crowing feathered army, that serve us a product that the pure food man don't have to look after and If taken in reasonable doses, is good for mankind, womankind and the children thrive on It, too. The chicken Is everybody's friend, for as a Spring chick it is In demand as a high class food, later as a broiler and further along in life, it does duty In the egg production (wo mean the hen) and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: COLDER. WEATHER FORECAST -COKO Mi READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SUMS. READ THE Cfl SAFE, SANE, 68th YEAR. --NO. 27 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. PRICE 2 CENTS mm WHO'S TO BLAME FOR THE WEATHER? Mr. Theodore Day Says It's Going To Be a Late Spring This Year SOMEBODY OUGHT TO GET AFTER THE WEATHER MAN AND TELL HIM TO TURN ON THE SUN; COMPARISON WITH LAST YEAR; A FISH STORY, ETC. Theodore Day, the veteran Wayno county prognostlcator, otherwise known as "clerk of the weather," was an early Monday morning caller at Tho Citizen ofllce. In response to the question, "Do you predict an early Spring?" ho said: "It's a late Spring. It won't come o early this season. Thirty times as ranch snow In March this year as last. It's all wintered up on the hills. Slifping northward, It's all full of snow. One hundred and fifty-two days now of solid winter." "How will the trout-fishing be this Spring?" he was asked. "Poor," ho replied, "because they're very scarce...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIUIi 5, 1011. i WIRE PULLING IN THE KEYSTONE GUARD OIM NOTIONS RAISED TO J. HOY IjIIjIjKY AS RECEIVER, SAYS DAILY ADVOCATE. Wire pulling has already begun In the Keystone Guard Tor the of fice of receivership. For some weeks It has been reported that a scheme was ou foot to have- J. Hoy Lllley, tho son of Doss Lllley, appointed to this fat office. The scheme was conducted with much secrecy, but It finally leaked out, and then many of the pollck holders raised objec tions to Lllley. They raised the point that the ofllco of receiver was not a political one, and should not be given to the son of a plitlcal boss. They also objected on the ground that Mr. Lllley was on very Intimate terms with several of the officers of the Guard who had been engaged In looting tho company. Meetings of policy holders were called both In Towanda and Athens this week at which rumor said that Lllley would be recommended for receiver. So much opposition de veloped, however, that his...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

t TI1E CITIZEN, WKDNKSOAY, APRILS, 1011. METHODIST YEAR (Continued from Page One.) Pennsylvania, and the prlvllego of enjoying this scenery In all condi tions of climate and weather. It will take some time for tho hurclies to get adjusted to the now order of enlarged districts, and to reallzo that tho work of tho district superintendent Is somewhat different from that or the earlier presiding cider, and that the leaders of the thurch have felt that this office should ho more largely administra tive, nnd that the very frequent Sab bath services conducted by tho pre siding elder were not essential. However, during tho period of transi tion in thought and purpose of tho church, 1 have endeavored to give the charges of the district as fre quent preaching services as they had when the districts were smaller. In order to do this, I havo preach ed at nenrly nil of tho quarterly con ferences in the country charges, and It has been a pleasure to see how Many times It has been possible to sec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

TI1H, CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1011. TJECIE CITIZEN" Kcml-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. rOHUEMED WEDNESDAYS AMD FRIDAYS RY THE CITIZEN FUDL1B1IINQ CO. Knti-rpil n second-class matter, nt the postnlllre. Honesdale. ln. K. H.lIAKDKNItKKUH. B. H. WITIIEItUKK, J.M. SMKLTZKU PKKHIDKNT MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR DIKKCTOKS: O. II, DORFUNOKR. M. D. ALLEN, It. WILSON, K. B. II ARDENREROIt, W, W. WOOD Our Mentis who favor us with contributions, and desire to have the same returned, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose. ' TEUMS : ONK YEAH, - $1.50 TimEi: MONTHS, - 38c. SIX MONTHS, - .75 , ONE MONTH, - 13o. Remit by Express Money Order. Draft. Post Olllce Order or lies: Islcred letter. Address nil communications to Tho Citizen. .No 803 Main street, Hone:-dnle. l'n. All notices of shows, or other entertainments held for the purpose of maklne money or any Items that contain advertising matter will only be admitted to this paper on payment of regular advertisi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APMIi B, 1011. A-CENT-A -WORD FOR SALE. FOR SALE OH RENT house at 1019 Court street. Inquire Bentley Brothers opposite Postofllce. tf. SHOES At Myors' shoo store you will find a number of leading lines that the manufacturers are not afraid to advertise. Itemembor we also allow a cash discount of live per cent off regular prices. 2Geoi2 FOR 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 Btock 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 LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION, Pyrox and soluable oil for spraying or chards, also big line of sprayers at Murray & Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf LEGAL BLANKS for sale at The Citizen office: Land Contracts, Leases, Judgment Notes, Warrantee Deeds, Bonds, Transcripts, Sum mons, Attachments, Subpoenas, La bor Claim Deeds...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

TUB CITIZEN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1011. mmmmmMtmsmmm MRS. CUSTER, FRIEND OF ARMY WIDOWS. IN her beautiful homo at Lawrence Park, one of the chlefest of New York's literary colonics, Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon Custer Is busier than most women half her age revising her memoirs of her famous husband, General George A. Custer, for an edition de luxe. Only her silvery hair betrays the fact that It was in 1803, when she was the belle of Monroe, Mich., she was wooed and won by the handsome Cap tain Custer. In her widowhood since the Little Big Horn massacre In 1870 Mrs. Custer has devoted her time to caring for "my widows," as she calls them, helping in every way those left behind by other army officers to get pensions, to gain employment, to obtain education for their little ones and, In fact, sharing their burdens in every way. AERIAL WAR CRAFT. Germany Leads the Nations With a Fleet of Fourteen. From a return just issued it appears that there were at the beginning of 1011 forty airships in exi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

TnK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIIj B, 1011. YANKEE AND BRITON IN BUSINESS James H. Collins Compares The Two In An Interest ing Article In Saturday Evening Post TTIK GOOD POINTS OV EACH NOTEl 1IUMOKOUS ANECDOTES EX lMiANATOKY OF D11TEIU3NT BUSINESS METHODS. NE night, In tho smoking com partment of a Pullman, travel ing through a Western Btate, n English tourist rang for tho por ter and ordered a whlsky-and-soda. "Sorry, boss, but you'll have to wait 'bout an hour," said the colored brother. "We's agoin' through a prohibition belt." The Briton became rather bitter In his comments on teetotallsm and ho Yankee idea of personal liberty; and went on to scold steam heat ing, American manners and other outstanding features of what we fondly imagine to bo our civilization. Kobody took up the issue with him until he began to criticise our woni n. Then an elderly Westerner put question: "Young man, isn't this your first Tlelt to tho United States?" "Yes, it is," replied the critic; "and I hope it ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 April 1911

TUli CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL ff,1011. THE COUNTY BETHANY. .Special to Tho Citizen. v UKT11ANV, l'n., April I Mrs. J. J. Hauser hns been very sick with tho grip tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Clomo and lit tle daughter hnve moved on tho Clomo farm. . The many friends of Mrs. John Mason and family were sorry to see them leave this place for their fu turo homo In tho West. Mrs. Iluel .Dodge, Honesdalo, spent last week with ' her brother, Henry A. Bennett and family. Fred Hauser spent last week In Scranton. Jllss Eva Balcer, Carbondale, visit ed her sister, Mrs. Charles Pethlck, last week. .Miss Mattle Strongman, Hones dale, came Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. .1. J. Hauser. Beatrice Kimble, Dyberry, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her cousin, Ella Gammell. Bickwell Bennett celebrated his thirteenth birthday last Wednesday and on Thursday took his school mates to the sugar bush to eat hot sugar. Leland and Lemuel Wood, Way mart, spent Sunday with their grand parents, Mr. and Mr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

We Want 5000 Circulation - You Want a Better County Paper - Help Us Get Both ! WEATHER FORECAST: COLDER. WEATHER FORECAST: COLDER. , READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SURE. READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SURE. f : , tig 68th YEAR. --NO. 28 HONESDALE, WAYNE 00., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. PRICE 2 OEfS 4 KICKERS KICK FOUR PRIZES HOME Ctttot OR. BRADYON FLU. BAPTIST MEETING Says Country Is Over-Run Dr. Soars Explains Ob With Land Schemes ! Sections To Budget HUNDREDS OK MILLIONS HAVE IlEEX SUNK IN FLORIDA LAND SWINDLES. Dr. Robert W. Brady, who return ed Monday night from a two months' tour of Florida, when seen by a Citi zen reporter at the Hotel Wayne, Wednesday, talked freely of the pleasures of life In the Sunny South, where he has spent five Winters with his family. When asked whether he had gain ed any ,ln weight he said, "Did you think I gained? Do 1 look any stout er?" and regretfully admitted "I gained about ten pounds, I am sorry to say.' "I went down right after New Year's, the fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

r THE CITIZEN, PHI DAY, APRIL 7, 1011. Ooo llffSaiEIllEll! THE trliil of a 'win1, of r.mi'i rlsts nt VlU'rbo. llnly, draw attention to the' secret sucic tics of Europe wliti'h ImvrMoi their object murder or uny form of ic lence ami crime that will irnmon thelr views or All the pockets of tin scoundrels who belong to them. The whole continent Is honeycombed with such societies, who set all laws at dcllance and are a constant terror to law abiding people. Morountzcff, the man who died through being accidentally shot by i fellow criminal during the attcmpto' burglary in Houndsdltch. was knowi to the continental police as the de perato leader of a gang of hoollpin nnd thieves which he had got tow h er, known as the "Zraowa Hobgnfnii za," the members of which devotee' their energies to robberies with ' i lence and attacks upon banks and -o-i mercial houses. In these outrage." on persons were killed. Twelve mem bers of this gang were ultimately eat tured and hanged, but Morount:;elT e cap...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

THE G1TIZKN, FMI1AY, Al'IUii 7, 1011. SAVE THE NEWSPAPERS aaaaaaaaataaanaaaaaaaaaaam l N r i i r n r itr - b if it VV r C W I n t hL 8 TIIH SALVATION AHMY CAN MAK1C (lOOO I'SH OV T11KM. If a hungry man could eat newspapers you would not burn them, throw them away, or glvo them to the junk man. You would save every one for the Salvation Army which feeds and finds work for those who are In need. Please remember this and save your old newspapers, magazines, books, rugs and clothing for the Salvation Array Industrial Home, 437 Franklin Avenue, Scranton, Pa. Would you prefer to hear the music of the or gan, or the wall of the hungry? Think! Remember every little bit helps! The wagon marked Salva tion Army Industrial Home will be In Honusdnlo and Seclyville Mon day, April 3, and all of the same week. Headquarters at Draman's livery. IS ILLNESS I in your family you of course call a reliable physician. Don't stop 11 at that; have bis preicriptions j put up at a reliable pharmacy, even if it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

Til. CITIZEN. FltlDAY, APIUL 7, 1011. THE CITIZBlSr ficml-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND rHIDATB BY TUB CITIZEN rUBLISIIINO CO. Kntorect as seconil-clas matter, nt the postfilllce. ilonesdale. Pa. K. U.ilAltDKNIlKKGH. 1J. II. WITIIKIU1KE, -J.M.SMELTZKU FKEHIDENT - MANAGING KDITOli - ASSOCIATE EDITOR DIRECTORS! C. II, DOHFUNOER, M.R. AI.LEN; II. WILSON, E. B. 1IARDENBEROII, W. W. WOOD Our friemU who favor us' with contributions, and desire to have the same returned, should in crcry case enclose stamps for that purpose. TEKMS: ONE YEAlt, $1.50 THREE MONTHS, - 38c. SIX MONTHS, - .75 ONE MONTH, - 13c. Hcmlt by Express Money Order, Draft, Post Ollleo Order or live lstered letter. Address nil communications to The Citizen. No HXtMuln street. Ilonesdale. Pa. All notices of shows, or other entertainments held for the purpose of making money or any Items that contain advertising mutter will only be admitted to this paper on payment of regular advertising r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

) THE CITIZEN, FHIRAV, AFRIIj 7, 1011. A-CENT -A--W0RD for sale. FOR SALE Oil KENT house at 1019 Court street. Inquire Ilentley Brothers opposite Postofllcc. tf. SHOES At Myers' shoe store you will find a number of leading lines that the manufacturers are not afraid to advertise. Remember wo also allow a cash discount of five per cent off regular prices. 2Gcol2 FOR SALE Six-room cottage with small orchard, located In village. Edw. O. Dang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf AUCTION On Saturday, April IB, at one o'clock sharp, at her store tit Calkins, Pa., Julia Decker will sell stock of store goods consisting of groceries, dry goods, hosiery, no tions, etc.; also bedroom suits, couch, chairs, tables, carpets, heater, cook stove, one two-seated hand made buckboard, 1 Portland cutter and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: All sums under $5.00, cash; over this amount, G months' credit with judgment notes and approved security. UNCLE JOE STRAIN of Columbian Wyandots. Eggs for hatching an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

f THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1011. DANGER LIES IN GERM HUNTIN FROM THE EMERALD ISLE Irish Colhcns Corns to Teach Us How to Make Laco and Rugs. Plainly Shown in Recent Death of Dr. Ashley. NO PLAGE FOR THE COWARD Work of Investigating Diseases Which Health Officers Must Guard Against Is Dangerous feomo Cases Quaran tine Officers Have to Deal With. Smallpox No Longer Feared. The death of Dr. Edward P. Ashley, bacteriological expert on the quaran tine staff of Dr. Alvuh H. Doty, chief health officer at the port of Now York, a'5 9 1' il I III Ft mm OOLT.EENS KIOnT MOM IIIKT.AND Hero are four pretty Irish colleens who was killed hy malignant spinal who ,.,. nm tn Amprinn m .,.,.!, meningitis, contracted In the cou-se of ls how t0 In.,ke rcnl Irish ncCi ,,ow an autopsy, throws light upon tbo lo wenvo nlgs nnd t0 do other usefuI risks that every man faces who , thInBS that have ,)0en done , lho chooses to help defend the public Emerald Isle for ages. They will visit health against infec...

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

Tim CITIZEN", FIUIM.Y, APRIL 7, 1011. RICH WOMAN A PAINTER Princiss Gives Portrait to Museum of Natural History. v.. ritiNCEss iiWorr-PAnLAony. The Princess Lwoff-Purlaghy, who is herself a portrait painter of merit, has presented n fine portrait of Joseph II. Choate to the American Museum of Natural History, in New York, Mr. Choate having been one of the found ers of that Institution. Iu acknowledgment of the gift the museum trustees have elected Princess Iiwoff-Parlagby a donor of the mu seum. Mr. Choato's portrait has been hung for temporary exhibition in the now members' room, in which are hung for the present all the portraits of distinguished men possessed by the museum. The Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy Is a picturesque figure In New York, where alio lives iu extravagant style at the Hotel Plaza, her rooms costing her 525,000 a year. She recently traveled from Boston to New York and, as is her custom, had a private car. The car was placed In the middle of the train, and many passen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 April 1911

TIIE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIIj 7, 1JU1. THE COUNTY GOULDSBORO (Special to The Citizen. GOl'liKSUOJtO, l'n., April (I. .John .McArco la moving Into the houso recently vacated by John Fahey. Mr. Marsh from Monroe county has moved Into tho M. E. Smith house. Mr. Knapp's man, Wllkes-Darre, will move his family in a short time. Mr. Hall has mov ed Into the O'Boyle house. Otto Searfoss has moved to Moscow. E. Kessler to Analomlnk. Mrs. R. B. Decker, after a very serious Illness of three months, was out for the first last Sunday. Miss Maude Crooks spent Saturday In Scranton with her brother, Leroy Crooks, who was recently operated on for appendicitis. He expects to return home the last of this weok. Henry Johnson and son, George, have returned from a week's visit with relatives and friends at North Bangor and Pen Argyle. Mrs. Minnie Rhodes entertained on Sunday at Itockport her sister, Mrs. Martin Adams, Pasadena, Cali fornia, her brother, Lewis Latimer, Scranton, and Charles Granacher, Moun...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 April 1911

You Want a Better County Paper1 Help Us Get Both I WEATHER FORECAST: COLDER, WEATHER FORECAST: COLDER. READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SUItE. READ THE COZEN SAFE, SANE, laftE. 68th TEAR.--NO. 29 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1911. PRICE Ml CENTS We Want 5000 Circulation mht Ctteat CAPITOL LETTER Special Correspondent, N.'Capt. James Ham Post E. Hause, Sends Late I 198 Celebrates Close Of News Of Harrisburg i The Civil War INTERESTING FACTS OF GOOD ROARS HILL; SCHOOL CODE; CHAMP CLARK AND EX TRA SESSION. The Good Roads bill was reported ut of committee this week with tome Important amendments, and an effort will now ho made to push this proposition through the Legislature. This bill Is not dependent upon the suggested bond Issue of $50,000,000, but carries Its own appropriation of $6,000,000 for the coining two years. Of this amount $4,000,000 Is to bo used for constructing and maintain ing roads under the new system, and $2, 000,000 will be used to aid bor oughs and t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11!, itili. BEHIND IN HIS S7UCLlv, BOY OF 15 ENDS HIS Li"' "I Could Not Learn Like Olh;rs; Gz: Will Understand," He Wrote. Fallon far behind the playmates will whom lie had entered school ami fear ing lie would be unable to p:ts- i'Vi tbe simple examination required i seventh grade youngsters, Wil.;i' Shlel, fifteen-year-old son of I'ntrli Sblel, a wealthy Chicago contra iin enrpenter, solved the grave prohlcu i education by ending his life with a r volver In his bedroom. A note, scrawled on a bit of wr plug paper, told the story of the Ion i battle with "the three R's." "Father, forgive me," ran the nut "I couldn't got along at school. I fr my best, and I couldn't learn. T other boys and the girls, too, did fii lessons, but they were too much me. Don't blame teacher. "First I bought poison, but I afraid to tal;e It. Father, you fori.' me and ask my playmates to forg mo. I know God will forgive me II. will understand what I have been against. Some day I...

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