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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 28 June 1902

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Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 28 June 1902

i inw rl nw d w erL 1 I New York CltrItanr City Fancy blouses with withbig withblj withbig big blj pointed collars that open to reveal revealcontrasting rerenlont1nstlng rerealcontrasting contrasting fronts are among the lie lat latest latst Intst ¬ est st features of the season and have the he added merit of suiting almost all allfigures 1111figures allfigures figures The smart May lIa Manton l1nton de design dealgn design ¬ sign Is shown In Pompadour sill show showIng showIng showing Ing a white ground with collar of whit whittaffeta white whlwtaffeta whitetaffeta taffeta full front and frills of chiffon chlffouand chllIouand chiffonand and trimming of cream lace and medal medallions medllllions medallions ¬ lions With It Is worn n soft stock stockwith stoelwith stockwith with cravatte cravattethat that matches the thewslst thewslstbut waistbut waist waistbut but all silks soft wools and 1al the many manycharming manycbarmlnl manycharming charming cotton fabrics are approyr1ate ap...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

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Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

r THE SUBURBAN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON i ri WASHINGTON D DThe q qThe CiThe > The Boers and the British nt Vereen VorccnIglng Vereenf f Iglng Joined In singing Hard Times TimesCome TimesCome TimesCome Come Again No More Iore and Old Folks Folksnt Folksnt Folksnt nt Home America Is not only taking takingthe tnklngth takingthe the th < > trade of all peoples pcopl s but Is furnish furbishing furnishlog furnishing ing them them their songs songsAustralia BongsAustralia songsAustralia Australia contains a 1 vast area or orland OtJanll orland land Although Altbough an Island Its propor proportions proportlons proporlions ¬ lions are large enough to class It as a acontinent acontinent acontinent continent But the Interior Is little if ifany Itnny Ifany any better than a desert Only a fringe fringearound fringenrounll fringearound around the seaboard Is available for foragriculture torngrlculture foragriculture agriculture It contains no great lakes lakesor lnk...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

> i 7 j L SUBURBAN SUBUBBAList N ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList SSOCI TiONS List of Officers Together With WithTime WltbTime WithtTime Time and Place of fleeting fleetingH MeetingTHE fleetingIN IN H THE ALTER LTER OF THESE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASSO iATIONS iATIONSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE ALLTHE ALLTHE THE PEOPLE PEOPL PEOPLEOFTHESUBURBS PEOPLEOFTHESUBURBSEast OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban CitizensAssoalatlon Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociations Association AssociationMeeting AssoalatlonlIeetlnll AssociationsMeetings Meeting are lipid tree hn IftMon IftMonilay lit 1IIon 1IIonIla Sionday day Ila livening Evenln In each lIch month at at15th at1ISth atlath lath and 11 StrreU N NOFFICERS li liOFFICERS l lOFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident President William W III I alll 11 Ernest Vlco VlcoPresident VlcoPrcRident VICOPresident President Hugh A Kane nIH Secretary J JM JM JM M Wood Treasure...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

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Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

T T I 1 I THE SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZERSATURDAY CITIZENJ J J JSATURDAY raw III SATURDAY JULY rl If101 If101h I = Instructions t Sublcrlbr SublcrlbrJ08TJITbe SUbiOrlbargPoerOEThe J08TJITbe pO t188 to all parte partaot tb thaltod ° altod Itod Btat and Canada is laI pad b1 the lb lblubuehara t lubuehara lubueharaHI blithers blithersIhHtTUNOS IhHtTUNOS HI KIDTANcu 01 nu1I an ° II sum gums may be mad madntb madalth ntb corupnr6 eve VII eatoty Blety In arllln ordlnu7 lette luau of one doll dollar r or mor morn must besoln be enl br b F r IfIteredpUr ptatere114terorpot Dr postoJnt ofdce moayordo mOIl order rl ttllllrwle N erwtre we fe tlltlnot beretpOnslble be rerponalble touam loaMmDaBNOE touamOHANGE ° OHANGE or AUDIIJISuhs AvDREgeBubacrlbere < rlbera wtshia wishing laur Islrnddr nddr anOhnnu R ehRlh1 l must IDUablr gin glv Lbelr former M well AS new addrea addreuM addrea1111r1l0 M 1111r1l0 NG NoMEzxsRocoasfunallytlppe NUMBEaIt ocelldonallrhp en nA teat numbers 01 our paper paperreut Me...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

HE was called Loronce the theEquestrian thoEqueftrlm theEqucstrlan Equestrian Queen on the theI thashowblllsj theshowbllls I t showbills ana her photo photographs photoglullIS photogiaihs graphs which were ero sold for fortwentyfive fortwentyfive fortwentyflvo twentyfive cents apiece after her net netla aetin actfn la the ring were cro signed Lorcuco Da DaLa DQLa DaLa La Vlelle In nu angular school girlishband girlish girlishhand girlishhandj hand handj but her real namo was Louise LouiseBolton LouisaBoltoo LouiseBolton Bolton BoltonShe BoltonShe Boltooho She ho joined Maddox S Lanes circus a ayear 1 1fear asear year after I did and remained with iteight It Iteight Iteight eight months but she attained fame fameIn famein famein In that brief time Although fortune fortunedid fortunedid fortunedid did not come to her from the circus It Itdid Itdill Itdid did come as a direct result of her skill skillIn skUlin In riding ridingI I have said In a previous article that thatHezeklah thntHe...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

I r A PERENNIAL CONTEST CONTESTAN AN ANT WAR WHICH HAS LASTED LASTEDFIFTEEN LASTEDFIFTEEN LASTEDFIFTEEN FIFTEEN YEARSThe YEARS YEARSThe YEARSTbe The Field of IJaltlo U I a Cemetery inPenneylvaulamock In InPennsylvania 11 11Jen1hanlDI Pennsylvania Jen1hanlDI Penneylvaulamock Blue lk Ante AntlIl Mnk Mnke ke Hulil HulilTJpon lIal ItaldeDpoa < 1 1Upon Upon a Colony of Ued Ante Ant For Slaves SlureTlio 8hnelTholhm SlavesThoPlan Tlio Tholhm rinii of Campaign CnmnalsnIn CampalnIn In the little cemetery at the St Vincent Vin Vincent Vlncent ¬ cent Monastery Latrobe Westmore Westlnoreland Westmoreland Westmore10n ¬ land 10n < 1 County Pa over the peaceful peacefulgraves peacefulgraves peacetugraves 1 graves of the departed Benedictine Benodlctlnomonks BenedlctilllJmonks Benedictinemonks monks there has for fifteen years yearswnged 3el1sWage yearwaged s waged Wage < 1 a curious war the outcome of ofwhich ofwhich o owhich t which Is watched with Interest by th thfathers the thefathers...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 5 July 1902

s S N I THE ARRAIGNMENT ARRAIGNMENTVTky ARRAICNMENTI ARRAICNMENTWhy ARRAIGNMENTWhy Why curse your fato for what thhat I your hand handhat handh18 handbas hat done doneSVho doneiWho doneWho Who shook the glass and made the swift swiftnanda swiftsands swiftsands sands run runYet runYet rimYet Yet swifter still Who mocked the warn warnAnd warning ram ramIns Ins sage eageAnd sageAnd And dashed u nsl aside ido o the kindly hand o of agoWho ago agoWho agoWho Who is to blame blameWho blameWho 1 1Who Who is to blame for all the misspent years yearsThe YIAISThe yearsThe The sins and folios and the crop rop of tears tearsWhoso toorsWhosc tearshoso Whoso hoso soul bears heaviest the weight of ofwoe ofoe ofwoe woe woeAnd woeAnd oe oeAnd And condemnation for the grief you ou knowWho know knowWho knoVWho Who is to blamer blamerWhose blameWhose T TWhoss Whose was the hand so prodigally wide widoBowed wl wideSawed e eSowed Bowed the wild oats which now at harvest harvesttide harvesttide harvestStid...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

rl U J 7b i41i + M1I TH 1 o AM AMIJ e 1 R e r dp i i IJ I 1Z 1Zs s c a aI J h I VOL VOL13 13 130 WASHINGTON WASIIINGTONDCMfUHDAyJlLYI21902 D 0 SATURDAY JULY 12 1902 NO 28 BIG STEAMERS STEAMERSINCOLLISIOi STEAMERSIN INCOLLISIOi INCOLLISIOiThe IN COLLISION COLLISIONThe The Powfaatan PowbatanCrashes Crashes Into the SteomePrlicllU Steamer StenmerPrlsdlla SteamerPriscilla PrlicllU PrlicllUPASSENGERS PrlsdllaPASSENOERS PriscillaPASSENGERS PASSENGERS THRILLING EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEFill EXPERIENCEFall EXPERJ NCE NCEFall Fall River Liner Lla r Is Seriously Injured l lared and I IObliged Is IsObllfcd IsObliged Obliged to Drift About Aboatlll In the Sound Sou ad Until UntlTaken UatllTakea UntilTaken Taken In Tow by Her Sister Ship thi thiPuritan the thoPurltaa thePuritanThe Puritan PuritanThe The Powbnlans Olllcers Attribute Altrlbntcthe Attrlbatithe Attributetbe the Accident to the For FojProvidence ForProvidence FogProvidence Providence R I Special Spec SpecialWith SpecialWithher alWlth alW...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

I I T U THE I E SUBURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENWASHINGTON ITIZENI ITIZENIWASHINGTON iTIZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D1YLIle D C CWl1l1c wnilc Lieutenant Peary fares afar afarIn nrllrlIt afarIn In hyperborean bJ1crb renn regions In his patient patientquest patientQuest patientquest quest for the role Executive favor favorsearches fnor1SInrehes favoraearcbes searches him out for decoration with withn n commanders epaulettes 1 > au1ettesO Of all the thebrave thebrare thebrave brave men who In years gone goneby by have havecarried hniecarried havecarried carried the Stars and Stripes farther fartherand fnrthernutI fartherand and farther northward none has deserved de deserved deservel1 ¬ served better of the Nation NationThe NationThe 11t1on 11t1onTh The Th flag of the Cuban Republic dates datesback datesbnck datesback back almost to 1850 The triangle In Indicates Indlcntcs luilicates ¬ dicates its Masonic origin The red redfield rel111e1cI redfield field is the emblem cmblemot of war The three...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

f i HOME HOMEIT HOMEs HOMEET IT s XTIIILWIS WSTUEBAID WSTUEBAIDWherever WIITUEntLDWherever WETUEEALDWherever Wherever on far ar distant farms Whenever on a distant street The orchard trees lift bounteous arms Two wo churraful eyes I chance to meet The lane is grapeleaved gra leaved woodland dense The he look of ofone one who knows the glace grace The chipmunk leaps leaps leaps the zigzag fence Of every change on natures face Tho horses from the plow plows last round Whose scaliks soul is open wide Drink with a deep sweet cooling coong sound To breezes from the farther side And with the loft oft young outlg moon afloat Wholovoice whose voice and movement seem to give Comes up the frogs heart hearteasing easing note The knowledge of how best to live And treetoads cndlesi jn melody lody And how to live most happily Oh that thats is home Oh that la home Ii restful restful home to me Is blessed home to me me meYouths meYouthe Youths Companion m HJ3 lI girls eyes followed tit tlltrllin ti...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

ll llL llC L C 1 1r 1i r i THE SUBURBAN SUBURU R CITIZEN CITIZENOJ OJ < A ASATCRDA = ytoc SATCRDA y JtLY51M1 JUI Y r 11 < 12 Instructions t Subeorlbori SublcrlborP PODTAOK P pn IrUOKThe r oaThe Ths postage pO ltbge to all II partapf thq ah9alled f lilted Kited BtllC Btrvtt and Canada U paid by th thbi thi > bishers bi blishetsBrft1TTANCZ Ihets IhetskrfITUIICE KrKiTTAfCM ol a small mall some may b be made filb oompnr comlJmlllvo < M7B safety nfct1ll1 lu ordinary ordlnlOc letters lette letteum lame um ol one dollar or mere must IIJI1 t bent by Iaglateredletter rtfcfotf regjaterod red Ifitt letiAr r orpost or po poatcroco toffleo otOco mom mouyorder y order i I Hherwlse lIerwho iro If 0 cannot t be responsible repontlbletocsame repontlbletocsameOUKQ1 responeibintocsomeOaANOroP Jocsame Oiuxan OaANOroP or 0 AUI ADnllK ADDRItspSuhecrloen > BKI Babscrloerg wishing µ Iell lr nddffs ohnn ahangud ud must invariably Invulnbl gIn gInu their u jr former as well as new address Midr...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

l j1J Li ru ra r w = t 1 THE UCLY AMERICAN GIRL CIRLComment GIRLComments I Comment of Two Japanese women Over Overheard Ovcrheard heard In That Country CountryThe I IThe The beauty and charm ot the Amercan Amerl Amerlcon con girl Is so generally conceded thatIt that thatIt It may be 11 surprise to learn that there thereIs thereIs Is a spot on th the earth where her op oppearance appearance pearance falls to make n favorable 1m 1mpre5101 Impressloa pre5101 where In fact her features teaturesnre featuresare are regarded ns the reverse < of prepos prepossesslng prepossessing sesslng In this respect nn Americangirl American Americanslrl girl recently returned from the Orient Orientllates Orientelates elates nn expericnce e perlcnce that has since sincekept sincekept kept her wondering If th the compliments complimentshe complimentsshe she he so often receives are not the most most1arefaeecl11attery mostlarefaced 1arefaeecl11attery larefaced flattery and the lookln looking glass elasi...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

a dL < < oIIiIN j I Why WII II lie Mknl Itxnlr ItxnlrWearily IIrnlyWearily 11sn1yWearily Wearily plodding through a pile of ofcompositions 01compositions ofcompositions compositions brought from school for forcorrection forcorrection forcorrection correction the teacher suddenly burst burstinto bursinto burstinto into boisterous laughterWhat laughter laughterWhat laughterWhat What is it asked His roommate roommatewho rOOnlm1tewho roommatewho who was engaged in a similar task taskListen taskLI taskListen Listen LI ten said the amused peda pedagogue pedagcguc pcdagcgue ¬ gogue and perhaps you OU will be able ableto ableto ableto to read between the lines linesI I asked my class yesterday to write writea writea a brief composition on 0111 their favorite favoriteauthor faorlteauthor favoriteauthor author Here is what one boy says saysJlcnty saysHenty saysOJlcnty OJlcnty Jlcnty is my first thoice among amongstory amon6story amongstory story writers I like him very much One Oneof On...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 12 July 1902

i 1 > iLk y16Ye4A4WIUl4a d 1 i il I A HV r t t 1 S 1jjj1r I I New Net York CltyTlip Illustration Illustrationshows 11lustrntlooshows Illustratonshows shows one of the seasons most popu popular popular popular ¬ I lar garments an Eton of black taffeta tnffotasvlth taf taffetawith lta ltawIth wIth with vhlto penu de sole trimmings and an ecru linen l nen embroidered collar collarThe collarThe collarThe The Jacket Is simply adjusted with withshoulder withshoutaer withshoulder shoulder and underarm seams It Itreaches Itreaches Itreaches reaches reaches Just to the waist line at the theback theback theback back and has a fashionable dip In Infront Infront n nfront front frontThe frontThe frontThe The fronts are shaped vrHh single singlebust singlebust singlebust bust darts and may be fastened below belowthe belowthe belowthe the collar If so desired but these jackv Jack ¬ v et the wrapper The skirt touches In Infront Infront infront front and has a graceful sweep In the theback thebac...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 19 July 1902

P 1 r c to tocrj It f I 4 a crj M1a 1 1 L y i M rr rrJIJ ql qlwr JIJ h 1 wr ai VOI3 VOL 13 WASHINGTON W ASmNGTO D 0 ISTUKDAY t T TURDAY WAY JULY J 19 1902 NO 29 fHIRtY THIRTY11VE = FIVE DIE DIEIN DIEIN IN UTAH UT AU MINEThe MINES MINESrhe I The Powder Magazine Explodes Wit WitDeadly With WithDeadly WithDendly Deadly Results ResultsNOXIOUS ResultsNOXIOUS ResultsNOXIOUS NOXIOUS OASES CAUSE OP OPTbJ fA 1AVOC 1AVOCThs YOC YOCTb TbJ Tb Work ol Rescuing the Imperiled am amDead and andDead nodDead Dead Was Quickly and Heroically lIerolcaJlyUnder lIerolcaJlyUnderInkenMeo Under Undertaken UndertakeaMeo taken InkenMeo Aten Were Brought to the Surlfld Surlfldas SurlacetIS as Fast as the Disabled Machinery M cblaery Would WoulPermit WouldPermIt WouldPermit Permit PermitPark PermItPark PermitPark Park City Utah Special SpecialThirty SpecialThirtyfive Thirty Thirtyfive five miners were killed in the DalyWest DalyWesland DalyWestMd DalyWestand and Ontario mines mines z 29 < J in the th DalyWest...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 19 July 1902

h 2 f f i T r IfilEMMr r drym snwmrre orx m r rd N = = 4 4N N i U THE SUBURBAN HHTIZEH HHTIZEHRASfflNGTON ICITI1ENWASHINGTON IClTlZENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D DA C CA C CA < A Danish Dan expedition equipped b bl the theCarlsberger tbeCarlsberger theCarisberger Carlsberger fund has started fot the theIsland theIsland theIsland Island of Rhodes to explore the an ancient anclent anclent ¬ clent ruins on the northeastern coast coastTho COli coastThe st stTbe The expedition is under the direction directionof of Dr Bllnkenberg a wellknown ar archaeologist nrchaeologlst archaeologist ¬ chaeologist It took n long time and andpersistent andpersistent andpersistent persistent negotiation to persuade the theSultan theSultan theSultan Sultan to give his consent Important Importantarchaeological Importantarchaeological Importantarchaeological archaeological discoveries arc expected expectedto to be made madeBy madaBy modeBy By a II new law In Montreal Quebec Quebecall Quebecall Quebecmil all br...

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