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Source: Seattle Star
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Feared M’Kinley’s Fa[t]e”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Seattle, Washington
Date of publication: 9 May 1903
Volume number: 5
Issue number: 63
Pagination: [3]

“Feared M’Kinley’s Fa[t]e.” Seattle Star 9 May 1903 v5n63: p. [3].
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John Czolgosz; Czolgosz family; Theodore Roosevelt (protection).
Named persons
John Czolgosz; Leon Czolgosz; William McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt.


Feared M’Kinley’s Fa[t]e


Brother of Leon Czolgosz Asks to Be Given Protection from Assassination
During President Roosevelt’s Visit

     LOS ANGELES, May 8.—John Czolgosz, brother of Leon Czolgosz who assassinated President McKinley, was placed under arrest here, yesterday, merely as a precautionary measure for protection to himself.
     He feared violence during the presence of the president here. He came here about a year ago and was employed as a butcher. Lately he has been a cook in a tamale stand.
     He is known here as John Hoffman, having, he claims, assumed that name in order to live down the disgrace that attaches to his family name.
     He will be released from custody tomorrow.



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