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Trial continues for Utahn charged with defrauding ski resort investors

Trial continues for Utahn charged with defrauding ski resort investors
A defense attorney for Marc Sessions Jenson — on trial for fraud and money laundering in connection with a failed private golf and ski resort — on Thursday began to link the case to the political scandal that left two former Utah attorneys general …
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Nevada man busted for felony DUI after solo accident on North Bluff
Trueblood was booked into the Washington County Purgatory Correctional Facility for driving under the influence of alcohol, a third-degree felony, and failure to stay in one lane, a class C misdemeanor. His bail stands at $ 1,750, according to court …
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Ron Paul LIBOR FRAUD and Self Governance.

Ron Paul LIBOR FRAUD and Self Governance.

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Image from page 573 of “Lamb’s textile industry of the United States, embracing biographical sketches of prominment men and a historical résumé of the progress of textile manufacture from the earliest records to the present time;” (1911)
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Title: Lamb’s textile industry of the United States, embracing biographical sketches of prominment men and a historical résumé of the progress of textile manufacture from the earliest records to the present time;
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Brown, John Howard, 1840-1917 Foster, E. Everton Norris, Edith Mary, b. 1858
Subjects: Textile industry — United States Industrialists
Publisher: Boston, Mass., James H. Lamb company
Contributing Library: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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. The management in 1911 occupied an office at 55 Congress Street,Boston, and did its own selling. Cranmore N. Wallace was the presidentand selling agent; Charles W. Hubbard, treasurer and secretary, and SidneyStevens, manufacturing agent. The history of the Ludlow Associates would be incomplete withouta reference to the improvements wrought by them in Ludlow. The vil-lage, at the time they purchased the mills there, consisted of two countryroads, with a few very old tenement houses, a single-room schoolhouse anda church owned by the company. The nearest railway was the Boston andAlbany, a mile away; later on the Springfield and Athol was built throughthe village and a spur track was laid to the mill yard. About 1878 new streets were laid out and constructed by the company,a number of new cottages were built by them, and a six-room schoolhouseto accommodate the increasing number of scholars. The company has sincebuilt all the sewers and supplied the village with water and electricity.

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1 ^^ OF THE UNITED STATES 433 From this small beginning a beautiful town has sprung up, with six orseven miles of good streets macadamized, and with concrete gutters andconcrete curbing to the sidewalks. The company at this writing (1911)owns 558 cottages and tenements, most of which contain from five to sevenrooms and rent for from six to twelve dollars a month, nearly all beingfitted with baths. A model boarding house for girls is maintained bythe company, and a hospital building has also been provided. The townpossesses a handsome library known as the Hubbard Memorial Library,which was erected as a memorial by the widow and children of the lateCharles T. Hubbard. The social life and amusements of the village havetheir home in the beautiful building known as the Stevens Memorial Hall,built by the Ludlow Manufacturing Associates in 1905-6, as a tribute to thememory of Mr. John E. Stevens, by whom the institution of this clubhousehad been planned, though on simpler lines. The building

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Image from page 81 of “Lamb’s textile industry of the United States, embracing biographical sketches of prominment men and a historical résumé of the progress of textile manufacture from the earliest records to the present time;” (1911)
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Identifier: lambstextileindu01brow
Title: Lamb’s textile industry of the United States, embracing biographical sketches of prominment men and a historical résumé of the progress of textile manufacture from the earliest records to the present time;
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Brown, John Howard, 1840-1917 Foster, E. Everton Norris, Edith Mary, b. 1858
Subjects: Textile industry — United States Industrialists
Publisher: Boston, Mass., James H. Lamb company
Contributing Library: Claire T. Carney Library, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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vernment for violation of the Sherman law. It is an opensecret that on the spot end of the deal the losses were enormous, but much S2 TEXTILE INDUSTRIES money was made on manipulation in the futures market. The bull campaignculminated at the end of August when that option climbed to 20 cents.There somehow, a hitch occurred, cotton coming out from unexpectedquarters. Angry recriminations followed and so far this feature of thebull campaign has not been cleared up. Herewith we conclude our unpretentious sketch of cotton speculationin America. To an unbiased observer it would appear that whatever hasbeen the ultimate fate of the individual operator, he fulfilled a usefulfunction. Without him the course of prices would have been more erraticand the business of the spinner more uncertain, though this may seemparadoxical. Beyond any doubt, whenever a prominent speculator is success-ful, he steadies the market, and if he reads the signs of the market wrong,he is generally the heaviest loser.

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OF THE UNITED STATES S3 THE MANUFACTURE OF COTTON BY E. M. NORRIS Of the beginning of the manufacture of cotton we have no record.We trace it back to the shadowy ages beyond all chronicles, the age of mythand legend, and there lose trace of it. India was its birthplace, butHindoo mythology is uncertain, and does not aid us in determining whencotton was first spun and woven there. The earliest mention of it isfound in the religious books of the Hindoos, in the Rig Veda, Hymn 105,verse eight, written 1500 years before Christ, in which there is an allusionto threads in the loom; and in The Sacred Institutes of Manu (800B. C), cotton and cotton cloth are repeatedly referred to under the Sanscritnames Kurpasa and Kurpasum, and cotton seeds as Kurpas-asthi.Kupas, the common Bengali name for the cotton with the seed, used all overIndia and occasionally heard in Lancashire, is probably derived from theSanscrit, according to J. Forbes Royle. Herodotus, writing of the Hindoos, 400 B. C, says: T

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Ideas offered to reduce need to build new prisons

Ideas offered to reduce need to build new prisons
Several bills have been introduced in the Legislature this year calling for supervised release, greater use of drug courts, and reforms in sentencing laws so that more convicted criminals can be handled in probation programs or county jails. The Platte …
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Hubbard: Criminal justice system must face its own racial biases
We have the utmost respect for the challenging, often life-threatening work of our nation's police officers and the need for diligent law enforcement in our communities. … Of the 276 inmates on Texas' death row, 42 percent are African-American. While …
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Suspect who allegedly stole AR-15 rifle from Crockett Walmart arrested
After Mynard was identified, Crockett PD detectives obtain arrest warrants for theft of a firearm and felon in possession of a firearm Tuesday, and Mynard was arrested later that day. At this time, the Bushmaster AR-15 rifle still has not been …
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2: Passing a Criminal Background Check When You Have an Arrest or Conviction Record

Attorney Ina Silvergleid of A Bridge Forward explains your rights about criminal record expungement and sealing in Illinois.

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State of Georgia bans two lenders for employing felons
The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance has banned two lenders from operating in the state after it found that the companies were employing convicted felons, which is a violation of Georgia state law. Alabama-based Hometown Lenders and California …
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Georgia dad indicted on murder charges in son's hot car death
Harris pleaded not guilty to murder and child cruelty charges in June. Cobb County Chief Magistrate Frank Cox signed off on the charges, stating Harris would've had to notice that "the stench in the car was overwhelming" when he got in it as he left …
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DFCS has no problem with investigator's criminal record
CANTON, Ga. – A state investigator responsible for ensuring the safety of Georgia's children can be convicted of forgery and pulling a gun in a road rage incident and still keep her job. That's the answer from the Georgia Division of Family and …
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Netherlands vs Denmark [2-0] WC – Full Highlights Goals 06 14 2010

Iran 3-2 Goal 3 2 Spain reached the World Cup final for the first time after a second-half header from Carles Puyol secured a narrow victory over Germany aft…

Mom Allegedly Burns Son in Oven as Punishment

January 13, 2008 http://www.youtube.com/AssociatedPress AIRMONT, N.Y. (AP) — Tiffany Fraser, 26, (pictured left) has been arrested for stuffing her 7-year-…

Did Kansas Painting Solutions Attempt Wage Theft?

Residents of the Wichita Work Release facility are claiming that Kansas Painting Solutions refused to pay them for work they performed. Wichita Painting Solu…