NY Times july 6 1906 keahon ill
LEADER KEAHON VERY j ILL Report That the Tgmmany Man' la Dying la Denied However. Word was received ;j Tammany BUI last fnight that Patrick; H. Keahon. the leadSr of the old Seventh now th Fifth-District, Fifth-District, Fifth-District, was dying at his Summer borne in Nysxk and that his relaUrea had been summoned to Ms bedside. At the. Keahon horn it waa aald ttat although Mr. Keahon wa very 111. h was slightly Improved Improved last night and that he bad merely sent for some friends whom h wished to consult. ( Mr. Keahon i has been 111 for nearly two year, buti only lately was compelled to abandon his business and put himself atrictly under the orders of his physician. ' 5 j , Mr. Keahon owns ton of the largest trucking .businesses in the city, jln luoo, after a bitterly contested fight h beat James W. Boyle for the leadership of the Seventh ; District Boyle had held th place for many yearstvXeahon ts an nd-herent nd-herent nd-herent of th McCIeDan-Sulllva McCIeDan-Sulllva McCIeDan-Sulllva fac i'. on In Tammany, and he made a hard (lithl to be appointed Street Cleaning Commia-sloner Commia-sloner Commia-sloner when Mayor McClellan took office. The Mayor, however, retained Dr. AVood-bury AVood-bury AVood-bury from the Low administration.