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FRANK PAGE RESIGNS POSITION. With Traction Company, He Has Held About Thirteen Years—Wlli Go to A. 3. & Pi Company. , Frank Page, one of the best known conductors < of the Alton Granite and St. Louis Traction company has resigned his position with that company to take effect October 31, to accept a better position with the Alton, Jacksonville and Peorla Traction company. He has been with the. Alton, Granite and St. Louis company about thirteen years and had collected cash and tickets on all lines of the company In Alton and on' the Intel-urban. He IB a careful and accommodating conduc- . iit , , , , , . tor, faithful to employers and at- tentive to patrons. He will make a valuable man for tl.c A. J & P. •wherever that company decides to .. ». . . ,, ... , . put him after their lino extension is made. He has handled, care and trains for the A. Q, & St. L. company in emergencies end handled them well, and will make a com- potent man in any position In the Interurban service of the company,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 26 Aug 1910, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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