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tQy, died. The uncouth boy of the
range, while receiving death-cell bap
tism from" a frightened parson, said
apologetically that he had "never
before heard a "prayer in his whole
life," then walbecTsteadily to his
Peering from the slits of their
black-doored condemned cells, the
other seven Tiao watciied (?reen pass
across the sunny, flowered court in
to that dim corridor whence no man
emerges alive save by executive
And watching him their great hope
of clemency dwindled and they began
to entertain more closely their final
ambition "to die like men."
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San (Sluentin State Iprfeon
.Adit - BEAHBH
TO WITNESS THE EXECUTION.OF
.. THOMAS amrew. ""
6AN QUENTIN STATE PRISON. Frlday.
i9l4 at Ten o-clock a. m.
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1 VARDCN SAN OUCNTIN STATE PffltOM
The poco j .. ysz,',ori z. .,zva issued invitauons for three hangings this
lonth, a "Rsd April" of grim Fridays in San Quentin. A facsimile of these
nvitations is herewith shoyn. Above, center, Thomas Craen, hangad April
3; left .'e y Allen, hangell April 10; right, Lee Nam Chin, Korean, await-
ing execution April 17.
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