Charles W Allen dismissed from force - later returns - Pgh post 28 July 1904 p4

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Charles W Allen dismissed from force - later returns - Pgh post 28 July 1904 p4 - take orders and rill them Tsihume i.--, i.--,...
take orders and rill them Tsihume i.--, i.--, i.--, i.--, suid to have a warehouse la Ann stie-t, stie-t, stie-t, Allegheny. Police Board Holds Busy Session. .The police' trial board had a busy session session yesterday. Inspector Edward Ken-nelly Ken-nelly Ken-nelly was exonerated of the charge that some of his men had collected money fr-m fr-m fr-m certain resorts, while Officers I-idwird I-idwird I-idwird Fraleigh and John J. Dillon, Implicated in the same charge, were cleared of any suspicion. Policeman William Jones, charged with conduct unbecoming to an officer in connection with an episode at No. police station, was exonerated. Officer Charles W. Allen, a negro, was dismissed from the service, and James Dunn, a quarantine officer, was recommended recommended for dismissal.- dismissal.- Bell Wants Troops to Stay.

Clipped from Pittsburgh Daily Post28 Jul 1904, ThuPage 4

Pittsburgh Daily Post (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)28 Jul 1904, ThuPage 4
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