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November 02, 1997|By Fred Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

Nov. 5: Our two splendid new STEAM PRESSES from the extensive manufactory of R.M. Hoe & Co., N. York, throwing off twelve thousand impressions per hour, being now in perfect working order, the carriers of The Sun are enabled to regularly serve the subscribers very early.

100 years ago in The Sun

Nov. 2: In the Chautauquan for October there is an interesting discussion by Mr. Carroll D. Wright of the question whether women are depriving men of employment by their competition.

50 years ago in The Sun

Nov. 6: Irvin D. Limper, 44, known in police circles as the "hop, skip and jump bandit," because of a series of rapid holdups he staged in 1930, yesterday was returned to the Penitentiary to serve about 42 more years after he pleaded guilty to robbing two Sunpapers carriers.

Pub Date: 11/02/97

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