Death of Sir Sidney Low and Arthur Collins
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Death of Sir Sidney Low and Arthur Collins

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The death is announced to-day at the age of 74 of Sir Sidney Low, the famous journalist, former editor of the “St. James’s Gazette”, and author of the “Dictionary of English History”, the “British Constitution” and other works. He was not identified with any Jewish activities, and his brother, Sir Maurice Low, also a well-known journalist, who died in Washington about a year ago, was buried in a Christian cemetery. They were the sons of Maximillian Low, and Mrs. Eder and Mrs. Litvinoff are members of the same family.

Mr. Arthur Collins, who was producer for 40 years of the Theatre Royal at Drury Lane, who was of Jewish origin, died to-day at the age of 68.

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