The Press: Deceased in Infancy

It was announced that The Freeman, a radical journal of opinion, resident in Manhattan, would cease publication with its issue of March 5, approximately on its fourth birthday anniversary. The 'decease was described at the office of The Freeman as "the successful conclusion of an experiment."

The experiment was opened four years ago by the former Helen Swift, daughter of the packer. In 1890 she married Edward Morris, President of Morris & Co., also packers. He died in 1913, leaving her some millions. In 1917 she was married again, to Francis Neilson, who...

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