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Front page Nov. 19, 1914: 'Ten men buried in sewer cave-in'

In local news:

"Lamb in N. Tonawanda time of fire, they say"

"Albert Lamb, 25 years old, who confessed to setting fire to several buildings in Niagara Falls, was brought to North Tonawanda this afternoon and identified by William Woods of the Palace Livery and Thomas Ales, proprietor of the Broadway Hotel, as the man they saw in the vicinity of the Brady Brothers' lumber yards, October 29, when the yards were destroyed by an incendiary fire."

Nov 19 1914

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