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Source:  Evening News - San Jose, California - Vol: XXXIV  Issue: 137  Page: 7
Dated: Dec. 6, 1898
Condensed Telegrams
     The charge against Miss Kate Lyons who was accused of manslaughter in connection with the death of Harold Frederick in London by Christian Science treatment has been dismissed.
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Ellis Childers, Burrell Cox and James Eagan were given penitentiary sentence at Muskogee, I. T., for floating forged certificates of the Creek nation.
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The French steamer Algerois foundered off Algeria.
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     At Los Angeles C. W. Earle  was shot down on the streets by a beggar to whom he refused alms.
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     Governor Budd has reappointed Frederick Cox to succeed himself as one of the members of the State Board of Agriculture.
Source:  Lexington Herald (Lexington, KY) Issue: 39  Page: 3
Dated: Sunday, Feb. 8, 1920
WILBUR R. SMITH, JR., HAS ENVIABLE RECORD.
    
After a visit of several weeks with his parents here, General and Mrs. Wilbur Smith returned home in California.  Although just 30 years old, he has made an enviable record on the Pacific Coast.
     Made assistat attorney of the Wholesale and trust company.  The u. S. Comptroller of Currency honored him by an appointment to examine national banks soon after he volunteered for service in the war.  After the war he was elected to a position with the Union Bank & Trust Company oat San Francisco.
     Mr. Smith is a graduate of Phillips-Andover College, Mass., and of Yale University.  The University of Kentucky conferred on him with degree of Master of Laws when he was 23 years old.
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