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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

SIMON COE@. R BROS,, Sale and Feed ABLES STOCK LOTS. Tarnouts in the City imisiana & Texas Sts. PHONE 57. Hore Sales Department vis and Spring Streets. KENDRICK, and Superinrendent Waring Building. e 2105. ekv,,.e Io8S. Wortman, :UP TO DATE NNER. Ikvenue. Phone 63. special attention to :: Guttering, all kinds of Metal Work. F GALVANIZED IRON DIMENSIONS. & SWAIN ral rance * Typewriters. STREET. ONE s38. b#EDULE Be.efit of TRAINS 3 t. Worth Points ABLE. " SERVICE A WEST. RT COMBINED G. P. & T. A. Dallas. Tex Ib a Sergcon. Texas Stree mand Market 35 Texas St. street. NTAER,. CE.. JURY LIST: Vetrire, First District Court Caddo Parish, La., of grand jury for term be ginning on first Monday in March, 19o3, and of petit jurors for weeks of fourth Monday in February and third and fourth Mondays in March, 1903: Gran,l Jury 4. X\. S. Ledhetter. 4. (;G. \. Lawhorn. 4. M. M. Silbernagel. 4. A. B. Boazman. .\. . W. Baird. 4. 1'. C. Butler. 4. J. I. iHoi·,cau. . I. J. B ,.u-bey. 4. 11...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. Official Journal of the City of Shreveport. ---SUND)A, FEB. 1S. Io(o,. P.R. ClR'M RETECTED. It has been announeed from Washing ton that the United S:ates Sen~at has disapproved the appointment by Presi dent Roosevclt of Dr. Crum as collector of the port of Charleston. S. C. In one sense the rejection of D)r. Crum is a surprise to the Caucasian. but it is strict ly in conformity with "the fitness of all good things." Dr. Crum was objection able to the people of South Carolina not only because of his race but because the people of Charleston are firm in their contention that a man more suitable for the nosition should be appointed by Mr. Roosevelt. Dr. Crum is of the class of colored people who are educated and have reached , standing in life which gives them recognition and advantages over the less fortunate of their race. and it is with Dr. Crum as with men of the Caucasian race. In the appointment of Dr. Crum, President Roosevelt irritated an antagonism, which hIe sh...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

s° 's Veraet e1 per metheods. Frenchman, who must coale In contact with a tful American tourists, er amusing pen picture of the United States: of France, they always you should see America' lip their buildings by the and the greatest artistic ediflct is the number of . 'They take out their ad study the exact meis weight of stone. 'Oh,' is not as big as Waldorf the White House.' And .MpPY. The American has rlative, exactly the same terature as in industry. It The biggest picture, the the biggest machine. I would really like to have stomachs to eat the biggest they have the biggest feet most ground. t ideal the American can the biggest automatic ma he is always talking of it to Invent it, Just as he is al to Imitate a machine in living. lie would like to an heart and mllind by ma d he treats his head like an uhlator. and his nerves ny, wires down which he ts to develop p)hylical en has an idea that maan must to its maxinmum of work pressure. only to create To do this he fills his head...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

Germany Roes This at the Urgent Soliei tation of Her Ambassador. Washington, Feb. 13.-At the urgent suggestion of Baron von Sternberg the German government has agreed to waive her demand for cash payment of $340.000, and has accepted the proposition that her minister might receive this money from Venezuela in five monthly installments, the first in stallment be paid two weeks after signing of the proto:ol. This fact was communicated to Mr. Bowen. and the German minister hqpes to have his protecol ready for signature within a few hours. NEW LINES. Main One is to Run from Peru Junction, Kan., to Kirkland. Tex. Guthrie, Feb. 13.-Amended charter was filed by the Kansas, Oklahoma and Southwestern Railroad company, principal place of business Stillwater, Okla., and capital stock $11,000.000. The proposed linen are 640 miles long. The main line runs from Peru Junction, Kan., to Kirkland, Tex., striking Stillwater, Guthrie and El Reno in Oklahoma. Branches are pro vided for running southeas...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

.DREYFUSS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ds, Boots, Shoes and Hats. NER SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. HERMAN LOEB' DEALER IN Wool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs. ERCE STREET, NEXT TO V. S. & P. RAILWA'T. SHREVEPORT. LA. tee to the sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, New sburg, Galveston and Houston markets. Prompt returns. SIo D.I.a.on. STATIONS OTr.OUND No.1idaily No. 2daily No.4daily pm, 1 .m.lv .. L....... Chcao............Ar. 5 . p.m. 6 .m. a.m.840 p. m. ......8_t. Loies............ " a. m. 7 15 p. m. p m ......... ..... ..... " Thebes ........ _..... 12 01 a " .. .3 ......Cairo........ ......... . ..110 a.m. - 7I40a . m.I ........Paragould..........Lv. 812 p.m. 618 S 0 " ........ oneboro . ........... I a 20 " U " .90" "[".. ....... emhi s .......... .r. 646 W11L . A 5A600 825 - lO. ........B n klea n.........Lv. 4 20 " . i r e 9 .....- e are and a ......... 1. 65 h 5 0 " till a ... o .... u m l pe e e ........... b yi. . 1 .5 " C.m. Tin . L. ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. SUND)AY, FEB. 1i. 1903. DENTISTRY. Dlr. ". M. Comegys. dentist, office Cooper building. AT \WELLMAN'S. Wall paper and borders al. the same price. Best mixed paints at $1.25 per gallon, delivered. J. M. WILLIAMS, C. E. Surveys in Caddo ard Bossier par ishes. Correct work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor, court house, Shreveport. La. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE When you want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate. acci" dent insurance or building and loan stock, see W. C. Agurg in the Cooper building. NEW FIRM. The Bird Saddlery Company, No. 202 Texas street, handle the most complete line of Saddles, Harness, Buggies and Wagons in the city. The celebrated Mil burn Wagon, full line of all sizes al wavys on hand. Give them a cali. Writ ten guarantee for twelve months on vehicles. For Sale--Second-hand Pop corn wagon, P. 6. Box 567. EXTRA SLEEPERS FOR MARDI GRAS. To accommodate the heavy travel an ticipated during Mardi Gras, the Texas and Pacific Rail...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 February 1903

THE AUCASIAN. Volume XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 19o0. * offer Special Cut Prices on RUBBER TIRES As Folows: PRICE PER SET. Sae Rubber one Uuseg and cba.nnes In.-- ....- .$ -- ee....... --. $210:. S"... ..---- 1600------------ aoo. Tire Soc. each over 54 the price for fullfset. yder Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT, LA. ,u.3vu A. F. Ju $.Pms. LJ. us1K See. a Trsm. S FURNITURECO4 LIfIY WIIISALI MIS MAX Fu ituus, Mattren, W~inw Shaies Waif Paper, ar tqssF Toist 5ets~tloolmu4e Art sqearus, Car. Is . tWper =0 Pictures. A tearty greeting sus wit ai call. 34M81 TUrn sL., Srsheput Ii. I . 4 Iý M rI. II'r _ d a. ,. 4'4 a A 14 tbL. 4R s .w - sýl'um "ý A w LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE. As a result of the two meetings of citizens held Saturday noon at the Board ci trade and Saturday night at the opera house, a "Law and Order League" has been organized, the pur pose of which is to assist the lawful au thorities in the maintenance of law and order. The Law and Order League sprang into existe...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 February 1903

ki5 3s ' Ci Extremes are generally radical and 'lash easily when they meet. It is the conservative, the soler sided who, after all, bring harmony out of chaos. The conservative spirit, when moved by a %ense of equity and justice will not be come entangled with, individuals or per- bi sonalities of which they should take no concern, in endorsement or condemna tion. It may be a trite saying, but it is a1 nevertheless true: "Let every tub stand b on its own bottom." The sun shines for all. ti ri 'Whale. In the Thames. a Iu former times the appearance of a ri whale in the river Thames was consid- a ered ominous. One was caught of - Greenwich three months prior to the a th of Oliver Cromwell, and the con.- c men opiatn was expressed by Heath in his "Flagellum." 'It pleased God," be remarks, "to usher in his end with a great whale three months before, June 2, that came up as far as Green- r 1 wlch and there was killed." Evelyn, p a In his "Diary," under the date of June b 8, 1658, mention...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 February 1903

ERMAN LOEB DEALER IN wool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs. CE STREET, NEXT TO.V. S. & P. RAILWAY. SHREVEPORT, LA. to the sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, New burg, Galveston and Houston markets. Prompt returns. I =:? in' STATIONS UfuU arazor aeeraiiii A o P. w. :..... .........A.. m. S.F DOML raºýo5U. . 4 » DmALERS IN Y i y a . .. 'A.4 »U t N " it . ..5 ...L t11 "- a 16LOM 88,AT831 E Ec Y .. .." ."...n.d M ognyUpif h an M.asp.le .4 " ? ~ IS $3 is " 11a fi. 4aro o Nit m. e.1 sý r oa r leb$ig. = It*00 L V. I4ML &.LdAU N. IH: F. DOLL, Jr Bmoghao.DoII FurnitureCo. WHOLI3;SALE AND RETAIL -': :DEALERS IN ISURUMRUBS, MATTRSES-Etc., e o La 'es' W ritig Desks and -Dressing -eeaple and Mahogany, T~pnight and Mantle m"NMM4 any parlor or. sitting room. TTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. priating f 'value, we are ready t fd4 $nI~~ we4 i*it good nrntingw 3 ite shonld bear ,n mid that x a it apt godth ap n after ialL ~ng~~.~t~ ~*~Invlrw, csrds bill lwads. cas~}' -e afair it s l V 8 aa , Plai...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 18 February 1903

IVA. , NcE . err A. ar ff ~Wt 00. at, L1 . 5 ýms b. jýq f b T a; tai. r i 1 3 8 W IFT WAS 71 W IND A Speed of Sixty Miles Per Ho wr Was Registered. TWO TOWNS SUFFER. Several Houses Destroyed at a Small Station in Georgia, and at Honea Path, S. C., a Couple of Men Lost Their Lives. Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 1g.-Following Monday's storm of rain, sleet and snow, which prevailed over the south ern states, the cold wave, bringing the I severest weather of the winter, held I the south Atlantic and gulf states in its grasp yesterday. < The sudden drop in the temperatu throughout the storm visited area Monday night was accompanied by high winds, which caused serious dam age in many places to property and is responsible for reported loss of life. The wind storm in this city during Monday night reached the velocity of sixty miles an hour, breaking all rec- I ords of the weather bureau. In other towns throughout this state -heavy loss was caused by wind, which assumed the proportions of a blizzard...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. XIil. SHREVEPORT. LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1903. No., Special Cut Prices on j RUBBER TIRES As Follows: PRICE PER SET. Rubber only Rubber rnd Channel! ---------- $15 oo..------ -$21 So. 1600---------- 22 00. ------------ 2200---- -- ---28 oo. Soc. each over 1/4 the price for fullrset. der Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT. LA. Pres. A. F. JENKINS, V.-Pres. S. J. ENDERS. Sec. & Treas. FURNITURE CO., Ltd., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furniture, Mattresses, Window Shades, Wall Paper. mgs, Fancy Toilet Sets, Linoleum, Art Squares, Cas* gs, Wall Paper and Pictures. A hearty greeting all who favor us with a call. 3-318 Texas St., Shreveport, La. FARMERS BANK CO., CORNER OF TEXAS STREES, of the bank isj popular features. of three per cent on all sums of rd remald)iint on at tore calcudai the 6rst three "dterest is allowed it deposited on the . Interest on all vwill be payable on and August, toea withdrawn is thereby giving interest. made by marrie' in their own denositors to a longer...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

DEMAND WAIVED. Germany Does This at the Urgent Solid tation of Her Ambassador. Washington, Feb. 13.-At the urgent suggestion of Baron von Sternberg the German government has agreed to waive her demand for cash payment of $340.000, and has accepted the proposition that her minister might receive this money from Venezuela in five monthly installments, the first in stallment be paid two weeks after signing of the protocol. This fact was comminicated to Mr. Bowen, and the German minister hopes to have his protocol ready for signature within a few hours. NEW LINES. Main One Is to Run from Peru Junction, Kay., to Kirkland. Tex. Guthrie, Feb. 13.-Amended charter was filed by the Kansas, Oklahoma and Southwestern Railroad company, principal place of business Stillwater, Okla., and capital stock $11,000,000. The proposed lines are 640 miles long. The main line runs from Peru Junction, Kan., to Kirkland, Tex., striking Stillwater, Guthrie and El Reno in Oklahoma. Branches are pro vided for ru...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

JDREYFUSS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN s, Boots, Shoes and Hats. SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. ERMAN LOEB DEALER IN ool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs. E STREET, NEXT TO V. S. & P. RAILWAY. SHREVEPORT. LA. o the sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, New rg, Galveston and Houston markets. Prompt returns. Ia e STATIONS UOrrasoVND daily No.2daily IO.ldally IlGi am Lv....Chicago.......Ar. 5 04 p.m. 653 a. m. 0 8p.m . -..l.Bt. Zonis...........7 1a.m. 7pm .....u .Thebes ............. ........120 ....Cairo .............. ..........-1130a a.mi. 1108a.mi.".....Paragonid......Lv. 812 p~m. 618 " 066 " ........Jonesboro.. 720 510 SW" ".......Xemnpbis......Ar. 730 545 " t U - ........Fair ...... .5110 3 25 3p m.". rinkle .yLaM..Lv. 4 0 . L 235 44 ." ........Clarendon......."382 " 2 04" .Stn.....LL.rl .P.T.A..L1..0,2 124"..sLSWrrl. 1. ...Pine usDR.......... 110 15p.m 5256 Camden ............. 1085 a. m. 830 .Ar. S hreveport.......... .....425 ' ......Texariana.....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. Official Journal of the City of Shreveport. Il tlRSI)A . FER to. 1903. Ct CRL'M RE ECTEl). It has been announced froth \Vahing iin that the tinitud Stt'tte- Senate has disapproIed the appoiai'ilnt hr Pr'si dent it (i scvclt of I)r. Crtum a' collector of the port of Chartuntii. S. C. In one sense the rejection 14 1)r. ("rum i: a surprise to the Cancansian. hut it is strict lv in conformity with "the litiei of all good thing-.. I ir. Crtoum o cc ion able to the peoule of Sotit ii Car ii na not oili because of his rare hnt blcatVse fie peopei of Charleston are firm iii their contuntiln that a man m1re siitihic for the position shou. t he appointed be Mr. Roosevelt. I)r. Crum i< of the class of colored people who are educated and have reached a standing in life which gives them rccognition and advantages over the less fortunate of their race. and it is with Dr. Crum is with men of the Caucasian race. In the appointment of lar. Cruim, President Roosevelt irritated an an...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

#1 IDEALS. smas's Verdict oft 0mr Methods. Frenchman. who must F omne in contact with a etful American tourists. r amlusing pen picture of the United States: of France. they always von should see America wp their buildings by the and the greatest artistic edifice is the number of .They taki out their study the exact menas weight of stone. 'Oh.' Is not as big as Waldorf the White House.' And y. The American has lative, exactly the same ature as in industry. It The biggest picture, the the biggest machine. I would really like to have tomachs to eat the biggest they have the biggest feet iMost ground. Ideal the American can be biggest automatic 'ma js always talking of it Invent it, just as he is al I o imitate a a1chiilne in 1ving. He would like to heart and mind by ina e treats his head like an tilator. and his nerves wires down which he is to develop physical en * an idea that man must to its maximum of work pressure. only to create To do this he fills his head , which he sets going...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

WR EXS CAR Five Men HoldL Up a Train Near Homestead, Mont, ROOF IS BLOWN OFF. Reports as to the Amount of Cash Obtained Vary, but the Messen. ger Says it :Is Not Over Five Hundred Dollars. Butte, Mont., Feb. 13.-The Burling ton express No. 6, east bound, was held up shortly after midnight yester. day morning on the Northern Pacific tracks eight miles east of this city, near Homestead, by five mounted men. The train was a double header and the engines, with the mail and express cars, were run about 600 feet ahead of the rest of the train. In a few moments after the train stop ped there were two explosions of dy namite, which wrecked the express car. The roof was blown off, but no one was injured. Reports as to the amount of booty secured by the robbers vary. The express messenger says the robbers did not get more than $500. In other quarters it is said the plunder will amount to several thousand dollars at least. It is also said that several mail pouches were rifled. A railway mail c...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

SIMON COOPEL. OPER BROS., y, Sale and Feed STABLES D STOCK LOTS. leest Turnouts in the City Cor. Louisiana & Texas Sts. PHONE 57. ole and Horse Sales Department r Travis and Spring Streets. M. M. KENDRICK, itect and Superinrendent Ofice Waring Building. Telephone 2105.' Telephone 1o85. He Wortman, UP TO DATE TINNER. Texas Avenue. Phone 63. Will give special attention to fing, :: Guttering, And all kinds of Tin and Metal Work. ERNS OF GALVANIZED IRON IN ALL DIMENSIONS. TIN & SWAIN General Y Insurance Premier - Typewriters. MILAM STREET. TELEPHONE 331. SCHEDULE kYv~ You Benefit of DAILY TRAINS 3 TO , F. Worth AND ALL Points MPARABLE. BALL" SERVICE TO RNIA HE WEST. COMFORT COMBINED V.TURNER, G. P. &T. A. Dallas. Tex BUY YOUR nd Soda FROM : 4. J SCOTT, and Surgeon. order at & Brown, 22o Texas Street Pharmacy, Texas and Market 's Pharmacy, 735 Texas 'St. 314 Common street. VIB F. TABER, SURANCE.. Typewriters. JURY LIST. Venire, First District Court, Caddo Parish, La., of ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 19 February 1903

'THECAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 19o3. DENTISTRY. Dr. T. M. Comegys, dentist, office Cooper building. AT WELLMAN'S. Wall paper and borders all the same price. Best mixed paints at $1.25 per gallon, delivered. J. M. WILLIAMS, C. E. Surveys in Caddo and Bossier par ishes. Correct work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor, court house, Shreveport. La. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE When you want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent insurance or building and loan stock, see W. C. Agurs, in the Cooper building. NEW FIRM. The Bird Saddlery Company, No. 202 Texas street, handle the most complete line of Saddles, Harness, Buggies and Wagons in the cite The celebrated Mil burn Wagon, ful line of all sizes al ways on hand. Give them a call. Writ ten guarantee for twelve months on vehicles. EXTRA SLEEPERS FOR MARDI GRAS. To accommodate the heavy travel an ticipated during Mardi Gras, the Texas and Pacific Railway Company will run extra sleepers on train No. 52 Febru...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 22 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1903. No. 323. Special Cut Prices on RUBBER TIRES As Follows: PRICE PER SET. Rubber only Rubber and Channels . - $1500 --$21 5o. 1600- 2200o. -- - 2200 28 00, * Soc. each over V/4 the price for full set, der Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT, LA. p . A. F. JENKINS, V.-Pref. S. J. ENDERS, Sec. & Treass FURNITURE CO., Ltd., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furniture, Mattresses, widow Shades, Wall Paper, Fancy Toilet Sets, Linoleum, Art Squares, Car. Wall Paper and Pictures. A hearty greeting all who favor us with a call. 818-318 Texas St.. ShrtveBort. La. 3', . ii HESTER. L. RM1RY. W C. Perri. ash allm risidaita! a a-u, sa ~* t wit)s '#o feg it HOLIMA N'8 Extraordinary Sal, 'OF and Insqtu worth .pto >e 1e at te a s rl as Ia 1k OW Yau. W. 414 skewing 0uIwfb m Mawsatin Compsay's Wit. Piqet Ked Madras Shirt Waists. SpcSialkS Sasis. ree Racs of Attractive Bargains this' we& Positively o seat ai out on te No. i-Entire Stock of Walking and ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 22 February 1903

AWFUL CATASTROPHE Sxpress Train Runs Into a Carload of Young People. SEVERAL ARE KILLED The Deplorable Affair Happened at Newark, N. J., and the Victime Were Pupils on Their Way to the High School. Newark, N. J.. Feb. 20.-Running at almost full speed a train on a Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western rail scad crashed into a trolley car load ed with pupils on their way to the high school yesterday morning. Eight of nine children were killed, and at least fifteen injured, some so badly that it is feared they will die. The accident occurred at the Clifton avenue crossing, long noted as a dan gerous spot. The trolley car was one of the special vehicles which the North Jersey Street Railway company runs between 8 and 9 o'clock five mornings in the week for the special accomodation of the high school pu pils. It was crowded with young men and women from all parts of the city, many whom were transferred from other lines. Immediately after the ac cident had been reported all the police reserve...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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