National Affairs: Gone

If one should ask a military man, one might well get the answer that Julius Kahn had saved more lives than any other man in the U. S. Last week, Julius Kahn himself died, died at the age of 63, died at his home in San Francisco of a cerebral hemorrhage. When word of his death was telegraphed them, his colleagues, 3,000 miles distant, ceased their labor in his honor.

Julius Kahn was a Representative in Congress from the 4th California district (San Francisco). He had served in the House ever since 1899, with...

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