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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

(Copyright, 1898, 1800, by 8. It. Crockett.) CHAPTER XIX Continued. Sho clasped hor hands whout his tarn. "Will you?" eho said again, looking p beseechingly nt him. The Father stood smiling r. llttlo Mown upon her, mora with his oyes than with hla lips. "They will kill him and marry you, If I do. And, moreover, pray toll me, ' . llttlo ono, what will they do to mo?" v ' he said. "Father, they would not daro to moddlo with you. Your ofllce your j saactlty, Holy Mother Church herself would protect you. It Conrad wero ' hero ho would do It for mo. I am Buro j ho would marry us." "And you, young mnsqucradcr," said Father Clement, turning to tho Spnrhawlc, "whnt say you to all this? 1 I must know all beforo I consent to ( .put my neck Into tho hnltcrl" "I will do whatever tho Princess wishes. Her will Is mine." "Dz Am mako a virtue of that, j young man," said tho priest, smiling; v "tho will of tho Princess Is nlso that j of most people with whom sho comes Bfc . r- Ik contact. Why, ever ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

I CONDEMN AND DEFEND 77 UNWRITTEN LAW I TWO SOfS OF THE QUESTION H Man mnd Woman, Promiier.t in Public Life, State Their H View on Subject at Prteint of Much Promir.mnce H The Right to Defend the Integrity of Family Life la H One of the PUat Made Only Pvnithment to Fit H the Crime M BY JOAQUIN MILLER. m A woman, good or bad, ihot a man, H geod or bad, In hla hotel In our na- Usual capital, the other day. She Cads, aha iayi, "Intrenched behind 'unwrltton law.'" She claims to L-K ' have chased this man from Utah to f Washington and shot him to death H la his hotel, because he refused to H provide for her and her two children; H that she has twice been made a H amber; that one of the children bears H Ma name H We have, up to date, been pretty H tolerant of tho woman who takes a H kebe on one arm and a ptatol in the H ether hand and pursues a man to his teeth. But when thero aro two chll- H Area, as in this case, ono may well M peuder a bit before he gives her the M tears and tenderness...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

'FRISCO FIENDS 1 CUSTODY Man and Boy, Who for Forty Days Terrorized the Coast City, Now Safely Behind Bars. AN EXTRAORDINARY SERIES OF CRIMES Younger of the Two Desperadoes Breaks Down and Confesses Three Murders, Many Brutal Holdups, and Demoralization of Police Foroe Is Their Reoord. Baa Francisco. Throe separata smrdera without a shot, a knife thrust or recourse to potion; two brutal ns- , Mults that almost resulted In death; t t a bold midday bank robbery; at least three hold-ups; the demoralization of r metropolitan pollco force and the ab- solute terrorism of a city of nearly 'l 400,000 this stands as the 40 dnya' . ' record of a man and a boy whom the local poMce describe as the most re- saarkable brace of criminals they have over placed under lock and key. The elder is a Kanaka, of a good family and educated In a select school. Blls name Is John Siemsen, and he is a handsomo fellow of muscular as pect but effeminate manner. Tho younger, Louis Dabner, Is only 18 years old. Wh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

HI HH THE MKH22EII tea GROW ..IT.. BVr FROM rovR GROCER H' Townsend's Enamel Cream Malta aUrulliefae.i linn ed atsly. Superior B to (m puwd.rt. IU uw u not uel.cid. H1 Far ealaarery where. Price 30 oents B It is Not Too Late H Vert to buy a Diamond at the 1908 H orloe. Don't put It off too long K, Write us. H SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. I: Union Assay Office .. BDIB. IT tHI OITT. UTAH k - i . Some Death Bed Rlmeitera. K There Lavo been numerous In W stances of poetical and gram mat I cat ' deaths. Emperor Adrian mado a pp. H-' ttlcal address to hla own aoul na death H waa casting the seal ot final silence M, Tar hla llpa, and Margaret of Austria, ' whlla almost within the grasp ot H death. In a torrlllc atorm at' soa, calm H '' ' down and coinpoaod hor epitaph H l terse. The ship weathered th K Kale, howovcr, and tho epitaph waa i Mt seeded. Tho SUndny Magazine. BBBBBB) H A Monster Carpet. t ' A notablo Axmlnster carpet has Just H been completed at tho Itoyal carpet B factory, Wilton, Kng...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

AN IMPORTANT CASE 'Patient Cured of Ataxia Qlvea the Entire Credit to Dr. William' Pink Pill.. Mrs. S. C. Wellock, of 114 cieTcland 'Atenue, ETorott, Mass., tho wlfo of an employe In tho govornmont works at Chelsea, says: "I had been troubled with nervous. aess for ten years and tho disease kept growing on me. Then I learnod that I was suffering from locomotor ataxia. I had terrible tremblings In my right leg which would get rigid and when this happened In tho street I iin.1 to stand still until it passed away to keep from falling. My right arm felt as It a thousand needles were pricking It. The sheet touehlng my knuo In bed would nearly cause mo to scream out with pain and both knees woro so weak I could hardly kiand. "I had to uso a cane and be helped about by my son. Then the pain be pnn to scttio In the calves of my legs and the mtisclei becamo numb and quivered constantly. The cords un dor my knees Boomed to bo drawn up tight and tho terrible shooting pnltia In my legs would ne...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 12 January 1907

sssssssssssv saaaaaaaaaV 1 THE CITIZEN - American Fork, Utah . Published every Saturday. , B W. p. LOVKLEBfl, PROP. 1 "Enterwl Maj, 87th. W08 t Amerl- H eta Fork, Utah Mteoood-clMi matter, HH under Act of Congress of Marob rd. H 1870; H Subscription in adrarjc, 1 ysr. .11.80 H Six monthi M H Three) months CO H ,. H Local Newt Items 1 , Piles get quick relief from Dr Snoop's IH Magic Oititmcht Kcmetnbcr Its, made H alone for Piles and It works with cer- ' tainty and aatiafaction. Itching, pain- H , ful protruding, or blind piles disappear HH ' like magic by ita use. Try it and seel a ' American Fork Drug Co. H ' John Dunn came home Thursday H I from the B. Y. , University suffering H with badly inflamed eyes resulting H from over study. H Miss Ida Chlpman was the hostest at fl n social party Thursday evening in H honor of Peter G. Clarke of Magrath B Canada. About twenty guests .were H present A pleasant evening was re- H ported. H The Second ward 2nd Intermediate H Sunday school cla...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

V . - ..t.l.- ( (J tfyt )V , '. X k, ??7 f?r AmenctoFork City and the rP TT Tj' 1 TJI 1 T F jl VT Tell the Truth About American Fork ' Kf' W KS J&tiit3Lm Futurc xl 122 Kj III r 1 a Jjj 1 . &lngMining Dis,ricl -h Nccds no 0l,,cr , " I V I . i r I ;7T i -1- - Vol. 4. No. 39. ' American Fokk, Utah, SATURjJanuary 19, 1907. Subscription 1.50 . "ay I OLD FOLK'S ENTERTAINMENT. Tho annual entertainment for Am erican Fork's old people will be held in the Apollo on Wednesday, Jan. 23rd. the entertainment begins at 10:30 a. in., when tho Silver band starts seren ading the citizens and at the nami timo the carriages begin to gather the old I folks for tho 12 o'clock dinner. After dinner, which will occupy two hours, tfc program published below will be fiven, which will occupy moat of the afternoon. The committee has arrang ed a grand ball for the evening to which I the guests of the day nre invited to participate, while to others the dance will be 60 cents a ticket and extra lady lOccnt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

THE CITIZEN H W. D. LOVELESS, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK ... UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS H Tho valuo of the school buildings of H the stnto la approximately $3,000,000. H Govornor Cutler has appointed dole- H gates to tho Dry Farming congress B to bo bold In Denver. M Tho saloon men of Ogdcn havo com- H blnod to test tho ordinance rotating 1 to card slot machines. H Tho Twenty-ninth regiment, sta- H tloncd at Fort Douglas, has been or- H dcrcd to tho I'lilllpiilnes. H Tho records for tho year 1900 snow H that thcro wore In Wcbor county 438 H marriages and CC divorces. H Cache valley people ara rejoicing H ovor tho heaviest fall of snow that H has occurred In many years. H Mrs. Lillian Dromway suicided in H Bait Lake City by shooting. Mrs. M Dromway was a suffcror from molan- H eholia. H Thero wcro 178 nmrrlngo licenses H Issued, 177 children born and eighty- H nlno deaths In Salt Lako during Do- H cetnber. H Tho Twin City creamery of Castlo- H dalo and Orangovlllo turned out 2.- H SS5 po...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

f JOANfiSliDiW V (Copyright, 18DS. 1900, by B. 11. Crockett.) W CHAPTER XX Continued. 9! "Bo good a fortune from bo wIeq a U soothsayer deserves thlat" H And' sho kissed tho Chancellor frank- BJ ljr on tho mouth, H "I caro for nothing now I have got- HI ten my will!" Bald the Princes Mar- J garet, nodding her head to tho Father J as ho went out. U For tho golden lamp was burning H Itself out, and without In tho dork tho J Alia said "Hushl" llko a mother who H soothes her children to sleep. I CHAPTER XXI. K A Perilous Honeymoon. M Never was day so largely asd glo- Kl . rlously bluo since Courtland was a 1 city as tho first morning of the mar- H riod life of Maurlco and MnrgatDt von Lynar, Count and Countess von Loen. The summer floods had subsided, and the tawny dyo had clean gono out of tho Alia, which was now as clear as aquamarine, nnd laved rather than fretted tho dark green piles C tho Summer Palace. Tho Princesses (so they said with out) wcro moro than over Inseparable Thoy wor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

I FIRST STATE CAPITOL. H BIRTHPLACE OF WISCONSIN IS H STILL STANDING. H Erection of Imposing Structure at Hi Madlion Recall Humble Dulldlng H Where Territorial Admlnls- fl tratlon Wat Organized. H Madison. Wis. Wisconsin's now H rnpltol will bo n sumptuous structuro H compared with tlio building ttio Btnto B fnthors occupied when thoy gathored H In lcglslattvo session In 1818. Tho do H vclopment of tho great couimonwcalth 1 Is shown In tho required ampllllcatlon H of Its stntehouso. Tho leglslnturo or B Wisconsin hns far outgrown tho mod- H ost llttlo building which at tho tlmo of M Its orectlou wiih considered tho finest H of Its kind. It has demands thut tho H enlarged cnpliol could not meet, nml m so tho old will give placo to tho now. M Work on tho now Btructuro la being H rapidly pushed, and nt tho meeting of H Dccomber 27 specimens of tho best H grades of building matorlal for tho H outsldo wallR worn subtnlttod by 1 Architect 1'osL H In tho early days ninny towns woro H anxio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

J pa on secretserviceI 'rtSt Truo Stories ok Etttonces In the Stt. Wr. TrMttry .- ty n4 Postoffloo Department. ,'ff By COU JASPER. EWINC BRADY i 4V, lists ttsiw l TtWriii Ckbl Sll OIHcir, U. S. A., StiiltK It Cit. ) I I THE MARKED STAMPS ) - ' " ' fc . t ', "TJhcnoy'B llftf moved on apace and ;,-. his career broadened with time. lie ' '' was ahvayH a student of human na ture and paid closo nttentlon .to bust ' . , Bess. Ho was also a student of other things and a very well-read man. Naturally, ho was a detective; ho had ," a peculiarly strong Intuitive power and n keen senso o( deduction. I mean by this, natural deduction. Ho was not o Sherlock Holmes could not toll yo.ur wlfo was away becauso a button was oft your waistcoat, or that you had' lately moved your dressing glass because your faco was moro smoothly shaNcn'on ono sldo than on the other These things ho left for . tho realms of literature and romance. Ho studied crlmo as a theologian stud led theology and tho Holy Writ. Fir...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

BBBBBJBjr!7--- Xxm - How Does Your Watch Go? H We sell them for vary little that BB are guaranteed timekeeper! B UTAiUJrllaL' BB 2e2233"0 Bm BaT OTIilGpMAIN sn B SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. BBS Coal Under a School. 1 A. aoam of coal has bcon found under BBl) a portion of the Klrkby-ln-Ashficld Hi Bast Council school, Nottingham, Eng- Hjl land, and It has boon decided by tho' BBP Notts educational 'committee, subject BBT le tha approval of tho board of edu- BB MtUon, to sell thin to tho Duttorley BB toiltery for CS. Tho liability for any BB tettloment of the buildings In come H' luence of the taking of tho coal will, Bja Vt Is aUtcd, llo with the company. BB Foolish Finance. H "Now, dar's Ilruddor Squallopl" H irporcrltlcally said old Brother Brown- BB back. "Oat man don't 'pear to havo no Bfl mo' sonso dan a musslful Provldonco BB englnerly 'stows on young whoolbar- BB. rsrsl He boats his wlfo Law-suzzl BB t ain't sayln' sho don't need It, uh-kaso BB sho doi Hut dat ain't do p'lnt, and de...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

I ASIMPLEFORMULA I PRESCRIPTION OF AN EMINENT SPECIALIST 18 GIVEN. Necessary Ingredients Cost Little and Can Be 8ecured at Any Good Druo Store Will Break a Cold Quickly. Mix half ounco of tho Puro Virgin Oil ot Pino with two ounces of glycor Ino and halt a pint of good whisky; bako woll and uso In tcnspoonful doses. A noted authority on diseases of tho throat and Iuags who estab lished a camp for consumptives In tho plno woods ot Maine, declares that tho abovo formula will heal tho lungs and euro any cough that Is curable. It will break up a cold In twenty-four hours. Tho Ingredients can bo se cured from any good prescription druggist at small cost. Virgin Oil. of Pino (Puro) Is put up only In half-outica vials for dispen sing; each vlnl Is securely scaled In a round wooden caso with engraved wrapper, show lug tho name Virgin Oil of Pino (Pure) prepared only by Leach Chemical Co, Cincinnati, O plainly printed thereon. Thero are many rank Imitations of Virgin Oil of Pino (Puro), whic...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 19 January 1907

1 miii inn i i' THE CITIZEN H American Fork, Utah fl Published every Saturday. fl W. D. LOVKLEBH, I'M) P. H "Entered May, 27tli. 1903 at Amerl- H can Fork, UUh locoDd-clafls matter, H., umkr Act of Congress of March 3rd. A 1879; B Subscription In advance, 1 year. .11 .60 H Six months. . 75 1 Three month 60 H Local Newt Items. P r' C. L. Joy went to Mercur, Wedncs- K' day on a ten days business trip. M Mrs. Mattic McTeaguo spent part of H the week at Salt Lake City. H-' Mrs. W. D. Edmonds returned home m Monday after a few days visit at the M Jos. II. Stotrs made a business trip B to the county scat Tuesday. H Miss Lottie Owens was nt Salt Lake fl Saturday and Sunday. Dcnj. Fullmer of Alpine made a busl- M ncss call at The Citizen office Wednes- H day. - Tho Eagle Lodge is preparing to give H a grand ball in the Apollo on tho 29th. H For Sale Five room house, good fl well and 12 acre lot, one block north of Grant hotel. Enqulro of Mrs. Lconn H Ucnson, on property. B Tiles get quick r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

f';: mr'rr r-1rr-r v r Yn- -, ,r r r-r- - (SjL. jm . Jffl - - V r "' r r ' t 1 L BOOST for American Fork City and the lYy T Til 1 T IT! T TW I J iVT Tell the Truth About American Fork hH Ik North End of UtAh County, The Future I I I H . I . I I I j hi Xl Canyon Mining District It Needs no Other ' iH Vm Home of Salt Lake Business Men. 1 ,1 J lj , V- X 1JJJilH Boosting. H K, v- ' ' ' : i jfiH IV Vol. 4. No. 41. American Fork, Utah, Saturday, February 2, 1907. Subscription S1.50 H ALPINE STAKE CONFERENCE. m The 24th quarterly conference of the W ' Alpine Stake of Zton, convened In the W Lcht Tabernacle Saturday, Jan. 2G, f 1907 at 10 a. m. I 1 There were present of t the general P ' . ('. authorities: Apostles' George Teasdale t v and Hyrum M. Smith; and Elder Joseph ! W. McMurrin of the 1st Council of Sev- ' enty. Thore were also the Stake Aux- s IT -. illary organiiatlon officers and a fair ;f reprosentatsOn of Saints. Pres. S. L. ''Lj, Chipman presided. The singing was i ?- furnishe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

I THE CITIZEN" H W. D. L0VELE83, Publisher, H AMERICAN FORK UTAH Lsfl t I UTAH STATE NEWS H Samuel D. Wallaco, a enrponter, B fell from a scaffold at tho now school M bouse at Granger and was killed. H The bricklayers of Salt Lako have H demanded an Increnso In wages from H $5 to 0 a day, beginning March 1. M William J. Halloran, a promlnonl H real estate man, has beon elected H president of the Salt Lako Commercial H H A creamery is to bo established at H Lon, Wnyno county, by local caplt H allsts, tho company being capitalized for $2,000. H Marco Bogdavlch, a Greek laboroi H who had just been Judged Insane-. U hanged himself In tho Salt iako City H jail, using his shirt for a ropo. H A signal department has been crcat H ed in connection with tho oporatlon H and malntcnanca of tho block systora H n uso by tho Oregon Short Lino. H Sovlor valloy Is clear of snow, to H the citftsi. Oint.thf roads nra dusty ar tho woather IbV mild and HHflB spring llko, with clear sKyiriQd warn: m Farm...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

I I I I : 1ms mm wm (Cop) right, 1898, 1800, by B. II. Crockett.) CHAPTER XXII. The Dropping of a Cloak. And bo, with the mounted guard of Ills own Cossacks before him and bo hind, Prlnco Ivan carried his brldo to church through tho streets ot her na tive city. The great doors of the cathedral had been thrown wldo open and tho leath ern curtain withdrawn. Tho altar candles and tho lamps a-swlng In the choir wlnked-no brighter than ycllov willow leaves booh through an autum nal fog. Ilut as tho cortcgo dismount ed tho organ began to roll, and tho people within rose with a hush llko that which follows tho opening of a window at night above tho Alia. Tho sonorous diapason of tho great instrument disgorged Itself through tho doorwnjr In wove after wavo of sound. Tho Princess Margaret found herself again on her feet, upheld on either sldo by brother and lover. She was at first somewhat dazed with tho rush of accumulato disasters. Slowly her mind came back. Maurlco whero was Maurice? She ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

I BOMB. THROWER KILLS CASHIER AND HIMSELF IN PHILADELPHIA BANK I sfc 4e R " HAVOC BY EXPLOSION. W Tho Fourth National Is thn Hjj . wealthiest national bank In Phil- l adolphln. K President Ilushton Is tho hoail H? of the -Philadelphia Clearing Hj Houso assoclaUon. IaM - Steele, tho bombthrowor, In knotty lu Chicago as an anarchist. -v- - When uie demand for money H wan refused Steele ""ilroppou" tio- H bomb ut tho feet of htmsoK and H I tho cashlor. H f Iloth tho cashlor aud tho bomb- H . thrower wcro blown to pieces and Hr icattored over tho bank. H( Tho intorlor of tho bank was H' wrecked and money and blood J blown oven out tliu windows. Hij Tho ik)IIco reserves nud firemen B 1 weru called In prevent looting. 'j Panic reigned throughout tho H elrbtHtory structure and In tho Hj vlctnlty of tho bank. Hr1 Philadelphia. It wus just 11:10 H o'clock, 20 minutes beforo cloning tlmo H nt tho Fourth Nutlouul bunk on tho H'l morning of January 5, when a tall, H dark, unkempt Btrangor enter...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

! Washington Letter ; What It Going On in the National Capital Perry Belmont Build. j . tag Spi!e Fence to Shut Off View of Thomas Nelson Page ' ! , Great Demand for Ten-Dollar Bills. ; riD nr luT WASHINGTON. Perry Uelmonl and Thomas lJj ?;!. m Nelson Page have "a mad" with each olhor. i Kfip ' tiSv! tl Haplil-flie developments In tlio Btrlfo between the ' ' mM sJfP- millionaire and the ntithor have kept society and 32Ca' 'iftssii officialdom at the capital wondering what would jsT"' ft IH conic next. I t1 I' Mr- Uelmont won the latest round. Ho built L til I u !,,)'tl' f,'ncc r'B'lt across from Mr. Page's best- 1 LI I ' f! beloved window neat, and those who hate followed J if' ' j the llelmont fortunes In the struggle clafm easy JtSl ' honors for the capitalist. L l -' .Mr. Page drew first blood, and It was perhaps y A .'"; u stinging blow which marked the battlo's Incop- I II v ' t'OM' wu,'n 'l0 'M, home lileces for tho ninga- J , i 'hies which wert' not highly flattering to Perry...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 2 February 1907

seaeaeaH I I IN THE PUBLIC EYE H HEDS BIG RAILROAD SYSTEM M I f I -lamea McCrca of Pittsburg has mummed tho H . - reins of government of tho Pennsylvania rnllrcad H i&p linos, having been elected to succeed A. .1. Ca3satl M j as president of the company. Ho was ateo elected B & -feL. to n" ,lui varaneles created by tho death of Mr sasH I5k7 &l T,,!l1 ' ASrCr'--'1 wbb fully In accord with the sasH It M liollcy of Mr.K'assalt and that ho will go on with sasH AfsKh " lho la',l,r8 ut'5l,n "' htm wag a siired by his un assess! (OTKwV iioii.uemoit niado illrectly nftur Ms election H &&$?$&& Ik" Mr. (''.laa-ii.'. Mr. McCrca began nt th H , &t' S St wry ,M,,,0,U "' il'f ladder. Horn In Phlladelphli H I . jffitfJ, -vgp' '" Mn If . he entered lalhoad service In H 6fS& June.-lSOS, s 10 ltii.ni nnd naslstnnt engineer with H ' Jii " '"-'. C"''ne'l9llp & Southern ronnslai!a rail H ' ' ssM all and idnial-u'd In that poilttin for two vcars H He then took the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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