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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

T 12 t THE WASHINGTON W ASHIN NGTON GT 01 HERALD HEBAJJDSU1D SUNDAY A Y DECEMBER DE D E CEMBER C E H BER2 23 3 1906 THETMANS i i l11NS SJQRE SJQREOpen SiQRE SiQREOpen sFQ1 sFQ1Open Open Late L te Christmas Chrlstmas Eve EveHow EveHovnice EveIs Is IsH How Hovnice H v nice to wake up Christ Christmas Christlas Christrnas ¬ mas las inprning and find that thatSanta thatSanta thatSanta Santa Claus has given you yousomething yousomething 4 something useful usefulsomething usefulsomethingto something somethingto to wear from the Mans MansStore MansStore MansStore Store The best of all gifts giftsare giftsare giftsarc are here for the man and all allpriced allpriced allpriced priced priced at t a saving 30 Evening Dress Dr s Suits 25 25 Doublebreastetl Frock FrockCoat Fro F r o c k kCant kCoat Coat and Vest V cst 20 500 Fulldress and Tuxado TuxadoWaistcoats TuxadoTaist Tuxado250 Waistcoats Taist oats 350 250 Fancy Waistcoats aistcoats 169 169jso i6 j 750 Opera Hats 575 650 Silk Hats Hats 50...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

0 0snidThtL I Second SecondPart Part PartPages WASHINGTON HINGTON HERALD HERALDWASitINGTON Second Part PartPages PartPages snidThtL Pages 1 to 12 I TH THE E lATASH I J Pages 1 to 12 12WASHINGTON 12W WASHINGTON W A S1I I N G TON D C SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DE C EM B E R 23 1906 1 9 0 6 j Seven ven selling spaces for forhandkerchiefs forI I handkerchiefs handkerchiefsi handkerchiefsHandkerchiefs i I Handkerchiefs have always been a popular gift giftand giftandwe and andwe we are fully prepared to meet any want wantWeve wauLVl wanLreve Weve Vl reve eve Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefsall all sizesaU sizes all kinds kindsS 5 cents to 75 dollars dollarsFirst First floor floorS S Kann Sons Co PIN CUSHIONS All our 150 and nd U5 L7 Pin Gush Cushions tons made of satin tin rover rovercd over owred overed ed with 1th plain or floured net with wide accord accordionpleated tonpiea ted satin ruffles ruME > 8 cover covered covered coverL ¬ L ed with net Some are finished with lth three th rowa of o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

j i iTEE I I 2 THE T1IEWASHINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1908 1906 l PROMISE FINE MUSIC MUSICSpeci1 IllSICSpecial Special Christmas Services Servicesm m in All Clmidies ClmidiesMERITORIOUS Ch11iWJ C1111 epos eposMERITORIOUS os osMERnORIOUS MERITORIOUS IBOGBATM1TRS IBOGBATM1TRSMembers PROGRAltDiESJlemhers PROGRAESlenders Members of o All Denominations Will TVI11SouMil WillSound VIllSotllu1 Sound Their Praise In Joyous JOOU Suns Suugiii Sou SouIII Sunslit III Their Rciipectlve Temples of ofAVomlii oforhI ofWZorshllrChelrN AVomlii WZorshllrChelrN orhI Chairs Have IJetm AiiK AiiKmciitoil tiiginentod u umCJltol1 mciitoil for the Occasion OccasionA ecmclonA A special feature during the comhhgweek coming comingweek COIIIIDweek week will be the Cbd Chrtetmes ineaa wMte 1 at the thevarious tha Uwrlous various a 110 rlous ti chuichjus iutea both te4ay td tp and d on onChristmas MhristmU aptChristmas Christmas Day AH of the principal III1acIpaldlUrchea Dr principalhurdie Dct J Jh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

I THE TflEWASHINGTONHEBALD WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 1 YING DYNASTIES DYNASTIESRoyal I Royal and Imperial Houses of Europe that thatare 4 are Doomed to toEarly Early Etinction tinction fl flJ J Baah Gh age has witnessed the disap disappearftnca disapuranaa disappcrancft pearftnca of a certain numj nuuter > er of the thetyjMttttM thedDtUItI thed7n tyjMttttM dDtUItI d7n etlee of the Old World and the thetwentieth theeDUeth thetenUeth twentieth eDUeth century will apparently apparentlyprove apparentlyproto apperentlyprove prove proto no exception t to to the t e rule rul Many Manyof Mn3tof Manyor of these Illustrious families seem seemdoomed sepmdoomed seemdoonted doomed to early rly extinction and while whilethis whUetltls whilethis this Is an eventuality which Amen Americans Amerloans AmenOHflS ¬ cans can afford to contemplate with a aconsiderable aceftslderable aoeisiderb1e considerable degree de rM of equanimity yet yetthe yetthe yetthe the tact that in one notab...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

4 4 S TH WASHINGTON HEEALp J STODAY SUNDA Y I DECEKBEB DE OEMB Elt 23 2 3 1906 < MUSIC MUthc AND ANDMUSICIANS ANDMUSICIANSAmerican MUSICIANS MUSICIANSAmerican MUSICIANSAmerican American Singers Abroad Abroadn n Mon Monsieur Debussy whose quartet artt in a G Gminor Gminor Gnilnor minor was played at the recent Kneisel Kneiselrecital KneI8eIrecital KnelselrceiULl recital to having < an Immense vogue in inParis InParis InParis Paris through the success of hto opera operaPelllas o operaPllIas era eraPelllas Pelllas et Melteandre Meli8a dle which to I being beingperformed beiDlp beingprfonned performed p rfonned to crowded hjjoges Wes at the Opera OperaComique OpecaComique Operaomique Comique Quite a cult exists to Paris in inregard litregard Inregard regard to this opera music students U4iItS and andenthusiasts aAdenthusiasts andenthusiasts enthusiasts boasting of having hann heard it ittwenty Ittwenty Ittwenty twenty and thirty times The music to by bynu brnlJ byn nu n means gay ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

r THE HE WiSEINGTOH WAS I FIA6TOA IN G TO Ii HERALD S J STJKBAY SUN EIIAD DAY AY DE DECEJIBEE 0 EMB E R 2 23 3 J 19fl6 5 5Exclusive 5Exclusive Exclusive News by JJ Special Cable From the Capitals of the Old World 1 riHINS IS AWAKENINGLethargy AWAKENING VUUJLiij t1 IIJ II llIliiJjiIiAiivJ llIliiJjiIiAiivJLethargy Lethargy of Ages A ges es Is Being BeingThrow BeingThrown b bfilli0iYIT0ff Throw filli0iYIT0ff Off Ill in the OrientWESTERN Orient OrientWESTERN1 OrientWESTERN WESTERN IDEAS NOW NOWRULE NOWRULE3UlItnry RULE BULESUlItnry RULEMilitary Military Discipline ItapliHy Taking TakingRoot TnldnJRoot TakingRoot Root and Industrial Progress In InGreat I IGrentJlotor IsGreatMotor Great GrentJlotor Motor Car Now ow io Be Seen Seennnd Seennnd Seenand nnd Locomotives Loco lotles No Longer a aStrange nStrange aStrange Strange Sight SightFollow Follow Japanese JapanesePekln JnpancsePekln JapanesePekin Pekln Dee 22 2At At last Western Western felons idoashave Idoshave felonshave have penetrate...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

I 6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD EAZD SU SUNDAY DA y DEC DECEMBER MBER 23 1906 n G OCle f f r ITH Christmas Chrl tmas jut two days daysf daysoff daysoff WITH W f off family parties are the or order order order ¬ der of the hour and a gen geauine genuine genulne ¬ uine holiday HIlda spirit te in the theair theair theair air At the White House the family cir circle circle elrclc ¬ cle Wu wa completed yesterday when Wbe Mas Master Master fluteI ¬ ter KermItRoosevelt Kermit Roosevelt the Presidents sec second Heond second ¬ ond son arrived from Cretan Mass Masswhere Maaswhere or orwhere where he is preparing preparJ preparlhg for college Theodore Theo Theodore Theodore ¬ dore Roosevelt R velt jr who arrived from Harvard Har Harvard Harvard ¬ vard several days da s ago wilt be in Washington Wash Washington WaahIngton ¬ ington until after the first of the year yearRepresentative yearRepresentative yearRepresentative Representative and Mrs Longworth wiil wiiljoin wtfljoin Iii Iiijoin join the Pre...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

T THE iVWcTNflN W SHINGTON HERALD FRALD ALD SUNDAY SIT SUNDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER 23 231906 1906 7 0 TEDDYNOW TEDDY OW A DICKEY DICKEYYoung DICKEYYoung Young Kooseyelts Initiation InitiationInto InitiationInto IuithLtiQllhit9 Into hit9 a Secret Society SocietyDID SocietyDID SocietyDID DID MANY STRENUOUS STUNTS STUNTSThree STUNTSThree STUNTSThree Three Day DR Trying Ordeal to Prove ProveHimself ProeIllm8elf ProveIlinmelf Himself Man DJnousJ for 3Icmber lUen Meni1jri1t1p bcr bcrlblp ship in an Exclusive Harvard Club ClubSkipping Clu1SkJppl ClubSkJppln Skipping SkJppl g n Hope Trying to Sell n nPlekle zi ziPickle Pickle for 10 and Carrying Coal CoalCambridge ConICa CoalCambrk3e Ca Cambridge has hubecOlne became toured to strange strangesights strangesights strngtsIghts sights The Th sadden appearance e ot an anasceticfaced anasceticfaced au asceticfaced individual vfttfc a nigh nose noseand nO nOand E and eyeglasses decked d ked out in a gorgeous gorgeouskimono prgeouskimollo gorgeowL kim...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

7 8 o THE B WSSEING W fi 11 HYRC I N efT fi0 OTT T1 HEBAM H lIt ALD J SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DE C E 1 B E R 23 2 3 isos 190 G 1 P WOMAN W OMAN ABOUT ABO JT TOWN TOWNHere I I Here ana and There in Washington n 1dw bb is w eeqrl eeqrlA aegrteaenE aegrteaenETiw TJ Tiw etewUrlaoy etewUrlaoyAda lace laceAee9 A Ada juts4C i as VOle f < tlit tack hat t I IThe IJII1iIJW1Ioka 11mbtilis 1mbtilis JII1iIJW1Ioka sirs Jdm JdmTIle itt l4 l4The The door few alas B z a HBC ir mo moThe mebE lacThe The jankae put k fc JeW ktad ktadlie j 1 lIe tfeink w ffl tasmfk of otItseem otItseemr81 ettne a ill K seems seemsIm BermeIm Im alwap ho > ea Mi MIlThe Bled nfaftThe The waiter MMSBOM what wllatI I want wantHis wtHiB wantHis His ways ft denote dti ete that I IAM IAm IAm AM tutu 1M sae < M > wfc wile wileRaw I 1a ki et ebtMsa ebtMsaItaake ta taThey Raw weelirttacfiy b1 b1They 1 LTberue They Tberue aw dMateratad dIIIa quite quiteAnd quitoAnd And not a whit Wt m fall fallIu In their ertccm K Chris...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

ft Q t THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAYS SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 l < I l could eoul l net see very ery far but I could distinguish In the dia diatanee dl dltaaoe dketrios trios the ghostly otJJf form of the fee in a a jumble of confusion confusionand eonfwdonIUId eonfusIonand and could see the pressure Jft81IIe ridges approaching appr echlnf the bow bowand bowJIcl bowdad and JIcl stern em of the ship and the enormous enormowfold8 folds in the t e lee oft oftto oilto oftto to starboard It felt rather cold though tIIoU ltJIe the temperature temperaturehad temperaturehacl temperaturehad had risen to S degrees de degr < < reeB ees below zero seroDays RJO RJODall zeroDays Days of storm tona and va varying ftl7ba ytng temperature peramr followed wed and andthe andthe andthe the nichts were made unpleasant bar the uie grating of Ue theke th thlee UeIce lee hf J f motion and ACI the groaning and shaking 8bakta of the ship shiptinder shipWIder shipunder tinder pressure pressureXarly MeS...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

c I f 1U TitE HE WASH WASHINGTON NGTON HERALD HE ArD SUNDAY DAY DECEMB DE DECEBER MBER 23 1906 = In I I I I By D KSPBS IV 1 SARGENT SARGE r r OR the Lords sake ejaculated ejaculatedMrs ejaculatedMrs ejacuatedw w FOR Mrs Samuels in her amaze amazement amazement ¬ 1 ment forgetting that tho La Ladies Ladies Ladies ¬ dies Aid meeting especially especiallywhen o pecIallywhen epecIaIywhen when held in the parlor of the theparsonage thepal8ORage theparaonse parsonage was hardly the proper place placefor pla plafor placefor for such sueke expressions expressionsBut pre loml lomlBat forBut But as as all her feJtowworXers were werehanging1 wereha werehanging hanging ha ng breathlessly brthle sly on the recital of ofMrs orIrs ofMrs Mrs Irs Gteason wife of the local druggist druggisther drogiather druggatler her remark passed unnotfeqd unnotfeqdYes lIn lInYes unnododYes Yes he said Just that If if t you can canget cangft canget get one that costs five dollars more all allthe aUth allthe the th...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

r THE WASHINGTON HERALD EEALD SUNDAY SUNDAYDflOBBER DECEMBER 23 1906 11 FAVORS SUBMARINES SUBMARINESHousa House Committee Will WillPlO WillPlOvjde Pro ProTide 2r0vide Tide for Them ThemDEWEYS ThallIDEWEYS 4 DEWEYS VIEWS INFLUENCE INFLUENCEAilmiruPx INFLUENOEAcln INPLTJENOEA1flhjfl AilmiruPx Acln A1flhjfl iralH Preference for Tfndcr Tfndcrvrntdr Undcrat VnhlcrTUtr vrntdr at r Vofi Vo V nies elM Have Effect on Mem Members lUcDIIJcrIJTbey MernberiTJiey ¬ bers IJcrIJTbey They Hope Secretary Metcalf MetcalfWill JleteaUU MetcalfWill Will U Ifnvor lnvor the Plan Also soVouIcl AIMW0U11Station soVouIclStaUun Woulil WoulilStation Station Most of the Boats on Pacific Pacificberg PacifIcMeIIIOerS PacifleMembers MeIIIOerS berg of the House CommltUo on onNav onN onavI Nav N wl l Affairs MY y that th the appropriation appropriationbill bill wMck wW be reported after tter the thehorfdfttfs thoholklttats theho1kIits horfdfttfs wIll fit QtntHln tafn a prevision for the theconetmeUen theon theonstrsct...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

n nTHE r r2 f THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 16 1906 L I Ir IN 4 r n F t h A1 + al s N n Ji M 1Y Y e r o f = r f 4 rhti 1 Y a a 7 CS CSL i l a r i I y4 L VJ rf F ° + r I f f r J l tiL i a Ji h r kr rw rwJ N n rtrIyV + t1 + A k = SyJ J 1 YS Y rV rVr 7 w r allt C O OTry Try F + y yI I S ea t S t Ir A IT t tw j n w T I y yr f 611Vi Jsro L yy s f r ° 1l = + d 1 1t S y 1 t = n = t t 742 74212 t Ninth NinthStreet tilt I s 1 1t C HACES fiH AC ES 2 2Street a Street Streetr NW NWChristmas N W I I r l i i Christmas Jewelry Jewelryin ewe rY 1 1At 1 i I j At the verlowest very y lowest existing prices you can select your Ch Christ st I I mas gifts here and we will set them aside for you OU R Real al1Jargains bar 1 ins insin t t t in Jewelry for this Christmas onl onli onlt onlSolid only onlySolid t a f i Solid Gold I Watches t h A Goldfilled j I Iayv ayv Watch WatchLadies WatchS ltn i S Ladies Open o or Hunting case case14karat Warranted a for 20 years Guaran Guaranteed ¬ J t 14karat in ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

I Third ihirdParJ Part THE W iASI1INGTON > SHINGTON HERALD Third Part PartWASHINGTON PartP P ges 1 to 8 Pages 1 O 6 6J 6WASHINGTON I L J WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 GEN M V SHERIDAN SHERIDANHis His 8 Service in the Army We vc c were two brothers In the mighty strife iirIfetUI II IU tUI nel IIlcc by sIde we C hearel the clnrfon call to duty clntrTlconllJlon dutyIU Thompson I It 1tk 1 tea a great name in the annals of oftliaJirmy ofmytnat oftbmy4ht tliaJirmy tbmy4ht mytnat that of Sheridan The well wellknown we11klJwn wellkuwn known Gen Philip Sheridan the very verytype verytpe ory orytJtpe type r f popular hero curried the name namet nameto t to the heights of glory in the civil civilwar chnwar civilwr war an And nd today the name still ap appears aps apl3z ¬ pears s twice on the Army Register onco oncoin oncoNt oncem in m the list of first lieutenants where it itrecords Itrecords Itraeor records raeor the service senlcesmall small as yet yetof yetofPhilip etof etofPtdU...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

i iii iir THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 I HOME CULTURE CULTURE CLUBS CLUBSTHE = ° THE GROWING UNIVERSITIES OFTIE OF THE PEOPLE I + OR the unhappy social aspirant who is isnever isnever isji FOR ji never asked to anything for the girl who whohasnt whohasnt whohasnt hasnt learned the art to charm who is un unpopular unpopular unpopular ¬ popular and the young man for fo > the educa educationally educationally educationally ¬ tionally inclined who feel out bf place in a frivolous frivolousgathering frivoiousgathering frivolousgathering gathering for the victim ctim of uncongenial home or orousiness orDusiness orousilless ousiness environments environmentsfor for these and andallthe all the other otherdiscordant other1i otherdiscordant discordant 1i cordant chords ch chordsin rds in the social scale there is hope hopeTurning hopeTurning hopeTurning Turning from missionary work abroad and at athome athnmcor athomeor home hnmcor or as a corollary to such work workaltrui...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

ii TXE WAS1fNGTtJr HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 2 3 1906 w 3 < 7 i > iv ivt < = Tlrs Palfre t e eo Co7lins x xceiYesa1 = t ceiYesa1 fhe anfa Clams aiJr I liCH a little tot she is that even when stand standing standing standing SUCH S ing on tiptoe her eager hands reach only onlypart onIr onIrpart onl onlpart part the way to the opening in the streetcor streetcorner street cor corit ¬ J ner letterbox A frown puckers her face as she shevainly shevainly shevainly vainly struggles struggles to reach r ch the letter etter slit with the thesomewhat thesomewhat thesomewhat somewhat soiled and crumpled crt mpled envelope that she shepushes shepushes shepushes pushes upward upwardWant upwardTant upward1bTant Want Tant to mail jour vourJetter letter little one Let me medo medo medo do it for you and a kindhearted passerby stopsto stops stopsto stopsto to perform an act of kindness Clapping her handsjoyfully hands handsjoyfully handsjofuI1y joyfully the youthful letter letterwriter tterr...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

J 1 I 4 THE WASHINGTON WASBINGTONHERALD HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 > rtAT fLAY5PLAYfll I TADELLS AUDBVILLBS the thing tblngto thngto aceerdiittj aceerdiittjto VAVDEYILLmS to a New York promoter of that thatbranch u tMtV l lbraJa V branch of theatricals l who whobtf has hasbeen hs hsbecn been btf > n whispering wb < the open secrets of the tbebusiness thebuslne8 tb tbbustnei business to a receptive rto ptIe newspaper man manThe maaThe MflThe The legitimate simply tent aflt t in it any anymore an7more anYmore more with vaudeville vaucleile as a financial propo proposition preposition propott1on ¬ sition says ys s he Two dollars are ar paid hi hisalaries fasalaries insalaries salaries to the performers 8C f all alland sorts sortsand ort ortand and conditions who appear to the con continuous COlttinlou8 eontinous ¬ tinuous for each dollar doled out to those thosewho thoHwho tboeowho who stick to the more pretentious preteatlo branch branchIn braaehIn branchIn In Greater GrM...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

4tr i THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 23 1906 5 i ACTORS I I POLITICS POLITICSGeorge POLITICSGeorge George Alexander Alex aud eil to Entertateeaaft Enter EnterArena EnterArena Arena of S SSTANDS Statecraft StatecraftSTANDS StatecraftSTANDS STANDS FOR COUNTY COUNCIL COUNCILLondons COUNCILLondon8 COUNCILLondons Londons Matinee Idol Going Into Intothe Intothe Intothe the Political Game In Order to toSafeguard toSnfcgUnrt toSafeguard Safeguard the Theatrical Interests InterestsFellowArtist InterestFellowArtlllt InterestsFellowtrtistM FellowArtist to to Assist Aul t Him and andMake andIake andMake Make Iake HI lIh Canvass Cana ll Lively LivelyComipondiMi LITelyCJnfT LivelyCArreepaadaer ComipondiMi CJnfT r rf TIll WMbfaictea W HeraldLondon Herald HeraldLondon HenldLondoII London Dec 15 ILI If E H Sothern suddenly sud suddenly 5uddenlr ¬ denly announced his intention of going goingIn goingIn goingIn In seriovetr serlo + wty for peltties it Is probable probablethat probablethat probab...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

rIIuI 5 THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONflEIALDS1NDAY1 HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAY DECEMBER DECEMBER23 23 1006 I I THE THF WORLDS WflRI flc = RICHEST PEOPLE THE OSAGE OSAGE INDIANS INDIANS J1 TF F A POET of the Osage Indian Nation in Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Okiahoma ¬ IF homa should in pitying pit ng mood indite such a line lineas lineas lineii ii as Lo the poor Palefalce 1 J he would he per perfectly perfectly perfcUy ¬ fectly within bounds for no matter what na nationalities nationalities nationalities ¬ tionalities or communities of Caucasians should shouldtake shouldtake shouldtake take exception th they y would be poor compared with withthis withthis withthis this particular tribe of Indians IndiansEvery IndiansEvery IndiansEvery Every one on of the 1800 of them themman man woman womanand womanand womanand and child childis is worth 8610 8610 in land and cash and andhas andhas andhas has a comfortable i1 nffcome besides The words Hev Heviry ev every cveiy ¬ ery one are used us d advisedly for...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 23 December 1906

i1 THE WASHINGTON WAS 11 I N G TON HEBALD HER A L D J SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DE C EM 23 2 3 J 1906 190 G 7 T 1 1t j e 1 t 1 1r r t t P Pf Ck Cku f u a n ai r f 1 11p t r amt 1 1J J tAN AN you believe it boys and girls girlscan girlscan rJs rJscan CA C can you believe that Santa Claus Clauswas Clauswa Clauswas was wa ever eroes7 cross Yes your SantaClaus Santa SantaClaus Claus the jolly old fellow whoseface whose whoseface whoMface face you cant oven imagine without its itskindly Itakindly itse e kindly smile But this was really r RUy the thecase thecase thecase case and if you will listen Ill explain explainhow explsinhow plain plainhow how it happened happenedIt It was Christmas Eve and time U to be bestarting bestarting bestarting starting on his yearly ride The reindeer reindeerwere reindeerwtr rdndeorwere were wtr pawing wl < < the snow miD before his door doorchilly doorc doorchilly chilly c and a impatient impatientThere IpatiftaThere impatientThere There there my love ...

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