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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

i 6 THE TKEWASflINGTON WASHINGTON EEEALD ITEBALDSIJNDAY SUNDAY DECEMBER 30 isoe 190 STOCKS STOCKS IN A DECLINE DECLINEHill Hill Shares and St Paul Lead Leadin Leaclin in 111 Downward Movement MovementBANK MOYClnentBANK tIovcmentBAIX BANK STATEMENT N NMarket NO NOTLIXED NOTLIXEDMarket tIXED tIXEDIarkct Market Weakened VcaI cncll by II 1 Retirement of ofShort orShort f fShort Short Interests and Farther nrtbcr tin UiiKettlctl Unsettlell tinxettleil Kettlctl Condition Probably IrobaIII Due to tothe tothe j jthe the Botched and nm Clnrnsy Clnn C1nrnN K 3Iuthod of ofSt orSt ofSt St Paul in Its It Reissue of Stock StockNew StockNew StockNew New York Doc 38 2LUntlr Under a Millng Millngmovement HillnGmOVeM8nt aIIngmoveMent movement which although not in Iftrg Iftrgvolume lAm lAmvolul1leaS 1rgevolume volume volul1leaS was continuously conduct conducted dur during durng durng ¬ ing ng the Stock Sxchange session today todayprices toda7pr1ees toIypiices prices of the securities In which specul...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

w I I S STH I THE TH WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 30 190G f 7 i LIKE Un PENSION PLANS PLANSv PLAILSI I Veteimi v VetCraiiEinployCStOBCCalCI VetCraiiEinployCStOBCCalCIFor eterallEmlloy Employes toBeCarel toBeCarelfor to eCa11c1 eCa11c1For for by Car Company CompanyGOES COlllpanyGOES CompallyI I GOES INTO I To EFFECT JANUARY 1 1Washington 1Wa8blngton 1I I Washington Hallway mid Electric ElectricCompany ElectricCompany ElectricCompany Company Will 111 Try Tr a New Scheme SchemeEligible SchcmeEligible SchemeEligible Eligible List Divided Into Clas ClWJ8eK ClWJ8eKAccording ClasMciAccording c cAccording According to the hc Length of Service Serviceand Scrlceand Serviceand and the Wages agcI Received ReceivedEmployee RceehedEmplo7tS 4 Employee of tho Washington Wash ngton Railway Railwayand RanwayIUId Ra1Iwyand and Btectrte Company ar ra much pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pesedwith with the plans for a pension system that thatbaa thatbaa baa been arranged to go Into effect Jane Janu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

iiii S THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHERAI4DSUNDAYDECE1tBER3O1906 HERALD SUNDAY DECEHBEB 30 1906 P A Ac4 I c4 Aq f ttr VERYBODY uaed to receive rece Ie on onNew OftNew onts k New Years Day when I was lUa wasa a agrI EVERYBODY ts tsNew a girl and a matron t1Oll too for forthat forthat fortht that matter aaM madame Me in ina InJI hia a reminiscent mood Indeed this t m good goodold Koodold goodold old fashion only went out in the eighties eightiesUntil elrbtfealntll eightIesrnut Until that time New Years Day Da wa wu the thevery tMvery thevery very gayest day of the year Now dot dontunderstand doIttunderstand dotunderstand understand me to moan that just a few fewfashionable fewlaabitmables fewfaahonahIe fashionable kept open house The custom customwas cutomwas customus was UHivarsal great and little little poor and andrich andrich sndrich rich the whole 4olo Ie city full of people looked lookedforward lookedorrd lookedforward forward to receiving their friend on that thatday thAtday thatda...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

4 Third ThirdPart Part PartPages THE WASHINGTON T SH INGTON HE HERALD RAL D ThirdPart ThirdPartPages Pages 1 to 8 lIr Pages 1 to 8 8WASHINGTON S WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY DECEMBER 30 1906 I f SCHOLARS TO TOWill MEET Will Hold Sessions in George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWasIlington corge corgeL Washington University UniversityGOME UnjyersityOOME UniyersitTootE GOME PROM ALL SECTIONS SECTIONSTo L I To Pp Rend Papers nt Gathering of ofAmerican ofmcricnn oftrncrican American mcricnn Philological Association AssociationArchaeological AsociatIo4trcliueological soclntio1reJlne Archaeological reJlne lozienl Institute 111I titute of Amer America AmerI ¬ ica I n and Mnnnsiiis Ianngln Committee of ofAmerican ofmedenn 4 American School in Rome Romelowtes RomeJIwtag RomeWIwIa WIwIa JIwtag lowtes their etMtom or f meeUng to toS 10t1 togst3sr S gst3sr O r t1 diirIn < lori s the winter recess th thAmerican the theA1tItertcan theA American A ettcafl Philological Association the tneArchaeological theA t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

1r11 iiI THE THEWASHINGTONHERALD WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER ao 1906 I FOR PEACE PBME IN Ii RUBSIA RUBSIARefolnlCrS usi usiReformers Reformers Would v onll Conserva Conservatively ConseryatiyeljRegencllate CoriservativelyRegenerate ¬ tively tiyeljRegencllate Regenerate Empire EmpireCHINA EIJ1PU1CCHINA EiupireCHINA CHINA AETER ATFR OPIUM SMOKERS SMOKERSTo To Exteiul xtoml Bfllct Against The of Drug Drugto Dru Druto DrJ DrJto to All Al Public Moil 1lonGernmu German Neva Nevaimpers lewlIIlapers ew ewpapers papers Insist that Japan Has Coy Co Coetou Coyetous j jetonn etonn Ifiyeji myc on Java Despite Official OfllcialDenial OfficlulDenlalSerlan OfficialDenIalScrsinii Denial DenlalSerlan Servian Minister Unl ter Attacked AttackedCurnspoatao Attackedfuf AttacIcilC4TTepo fuf C4TTepo Curnspoatao of The WukteRfea WIIIId ItenM ItenMLondon 11enIIILondon lleadLondon London Dee D M LTbe The Party of Pce Peaceful Pceful Pceful ¬ ful Regeneration Rec which te fast fz forging forgingto to the...

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

ir THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 30 1906 3 MSFORAUYIM MSFORAUYIMChances S ARES RES FOR A LIVING LIVINGChances Chances Taken liy Parachute ParachuteJumpers ParachuteJllmpers Jumpers at Fairs FairsEXPERIENCES FairsRXPERIENOES EXPERIENCES OF A VETERAN VETERANMoney VETERANlUoneT Money In the Game and of Course ConrgePlenty CourJlcPIenb CoursePlenty Plenty of Bxcltoment BxcltementLong Long Jumps Jumpsfrom Jnmpfrom Jumpsfrom from a Balloon DaIJoonYonc iIoonYouve Youve Got to Make MakeGood JlnkeGood Good or the Crowd Will WI1 VJU Mob Iob You YouShooting YouShooting Shooting Up a Balloon in the West WestDttrty Thirty years ag a a parachute jumper is isa isa 1 1a I a life more venturesome than falis to tothe tothe tcthe the lot of most men That anyone anyonewhe a aiyoi aiyoiwI yooe yooew whe w wI attempts tt6fl1jfl it should end his days daysSl1IId a asound si I sound In body and health as 1 when he hebogsR Jtebasalt 1wbegan basalt Is s remarkable and yet one may mayfind ma mafind ni...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

4 4 THE TH WASHINGTON W ASHIN GTO N HERALD EILALD STTKDAY SUNDA SUNDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER DE CE MBER 30 301900 1908 r J JA 1WL I pHE kHB Washington Wash tuft theater h hcorn mure murecome iI iIco THE come co corn through what are areas e regarded regardedas regaedL L as the worst lira week weeks of the theregular Uteregular t1eregular regular season in a highly hIhLifactory Mite Mitefactory Us Usfactory factory manner Most of o them th aid a abusme abun good goodbusiness business bun during tlurta the dreaded es4eil week before beforeChristmas WoreChristma8 blorChristin Christmas Christin and the past Mi t week their pat patronge patronge itronge ronge has ha been large or at t least fair fairThe fairThe fIrThe The Christmas shopping > had far fareffect leas leaseffect Jesseffect effect OR the local playhouses than it itseems Itrm itseems seems rm to have had in other 4 cities dt1e and amihas andhas antihas has had Aadln in Washington Wuft1 ton la other seasons seasonsAnd isonsAnd ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

THE WASHINGTON WA5IIINaTONEEEALDSUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 30 1906 19O 5 v AN A Ar INTERESTING INTEIES TING CHAT CHATWITH CHATWITH CHA T TWITH F WITH GUY STANDING STANDINGBy By y MARIE B SCHRADER For y 1 u G Gvw y Sta St StajlHg IMihIr g has b beu ji con considered considered can8ider ¬ sidered 8ider one of tAt th best bt t and d moat desirable desirableyoung deatndtleOUIlC dakiiIeyoung young OUIlC leading mm ait on O the th stage sta St He has hasalways baaalwan hSalways always been much in demand Dd since his hisdebut hisdebut hI hIdebut debut in this country on account of a rare rarecombination rarecomblnat1on rarecombInt1o combination of qualities Jitiea seldom found in inthe Inthe InI the I he same me actor He is handsome in such sucha a fashion that he can adapt himself either eitherto Gltherto aitharto to th tka role of hero or orvtllatn villain or to the theworldwise UteI theworIdwe I worldwise friend of the matron her hue husband hutfband hueband ¬ band son n or O daught...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

r i 1 1a 6 THE WASHINGTON WAS JI I N G TON HERALD II E R A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER D EO E MB E R 30 3 0 1900 1 19O 906 THE CANDIDATEI CANDIDATE I APolitical A Political Romance CopyrifhtI905 Copyrgh 1905 by Hupcr Bothers By Joseph A Altsheler SYNOPSIS SY OPSIS PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTERSJfamr CHAPTERSJ CHAPTERSJMf Jfamr J Grose GnJs8 the dark bone son of a national ateaIyeMio tIoIIal tIoIIalftII GOB GOBwjtfoa ftII yeMio wjtfoa is maw sU t A f fsi r Ui Ute PmMmcy Prdi Hftrtey Hftrteyfirst nanethe H1eyth the th c t of Ute Ui New York Ouette heUe Is Ute Utent tMeant first to tell the c ClllldWate sditfete the ID oe4 e4 MW JMWS w lie ae aeooflspantee aeCOMpu8 acpan1 ooflspantee pan1 ibe ba GRIMMS to their t3 W VeMern tem bone bo and andmeets aadGraJICDs aMmeell meets Gnunons nteee JI Be Sjlria Morgan oca TV two t ant antmutuaU aemutzUy i imutually mutually mutuaU attracted OR the tb sight 1ght of GPSJWMS great greatthrows patJpeeeb rcat rcata Jpeeeb a SYkM lu 1m atMwk hili throws he...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

Arii Hrn HrnTHE THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBEE 30 O 1906 WOMAN ABOUT TowN TowNStories TOWNStories I i Stories of Washington Life nra 1k tIaeN thet a wc ieNt Ie IeWho esd esdWho Who urw to kcnrif kICThi hM 1dI 1dIThis M MTim Tim CbrtateM brM I I Ifo Mai4 10 give trw protBti I IThe 1hI lSfl y ythe The simplest tiuap I toa l 1IcIaIl d tIIK a I IShall IShlil1 ISh11 Shall very y little aao aaoBreathes r rBatbtl rlreatbeq Breathes tb theft thei waa waanpe WU WUWhr II 100 aOfS DOt n t J1I4Iew J1I4Iewp gd Ie p pAruI npe p > hills h Us iih itbAnd uauMfcaj UwBk UwBkAnd And cry cryFf Oesftf ThO OnnifciHi a ai airr i iFT FT rr life of De I cannot CIUlnotJ UflOt l ee eeJust 1 Just J ut hoW I ipeot t so o much muchI mude e I did think I was Wft going to escape U Uannual pe peannual my myannual annual sinking spell pell this year says sys the theKYchelor thehekir KYchelor 1 hekir girl Sometimes it strikes iLr me men men men < > n Christmas Eve and sometimes it itl Ittesnt Itiesn te...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 30 December 1906

e THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SU DAY DECEMBER 30 301906 301906Polly 1908 1906Po11yBvan Polly Po11yBvan Ev ns Story Page for Boys Bo and nd Girls I II I A Night i of o Peril PerilArchie PerilI PerilArche I Archie son of Sir Archibald Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬ strong spent a season on the coast of ofLabrador oCLabrador ofLabrador Labrador one year ear and became a fast fastfriend fastfriend fastfriend friend of a young youn fellow named Billy BillyTopsail BillyTopsail I Topsail TopsailMany TppaIJlIany TopsailMany Many an adventure he te and Billy had to together togetber together ¬ gether and nd at last Archie obtained his hisfathers hisfathers hisfathers fathers permission to g gie whaling with withBilly withBilly withDilly Billy in Capt Hands good ship the Dic Dictator Dictator Dictator ¬ tator tatorAs tatorAs As 45 the fIBbing season ulon was closing clo lng just justbefore justbeforo justbeoro before they turned their faces homeward homewardthe homewardthe homewardthe t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

n r I OF A APAPER APAp QUALITY QOALItYNO PAPER PAPEROF R THE WASHINGTON W TlSHINGT ON HE r A D < Estfeit Areraga Circulation 1 Dsc Dally DallyCirculation uo Wart WartEstfeit 29 29NO 29NO k27J083 k27J083I 27083 NO 85 4 WASHINGTON D C MONDAY D DECEMBER CEMBER 31 1906 II 1l L t i n ONE CENT CENTWASfflNGTONIANS CENTW CENTWASHINGTONIANS WASHINGTONIANS W ASHINGTONIANSVICTIMS VICTIMS I ORROR ORR I OR F Fortyor or ty8 r More Dead in Wreck on Baltimore and Ohio OhioScores OhioSc OhioSevres Scores Sc res of Maimed and Dying in Hospitals TRAIN IS TELESCOPED TELESCOPEDUnidentified TELESCO TELESCOPEDStrewn PED PEDUnidentified Unidentified Bodies Strewn Along the theRailway theRailway 4 Railway Track and Many Ground Into Intoan Intoan Intoa an a n Unrecognizable U nrecogn zable Mass MassHarrowing MassHarrowingScenes MassHarrowingScenes Harrowing HarrowingScenes Scenes atOccurredPriests at Terra Cotta Where the Dis Disaster Disaster Disaster ¬ aster Occurred OccurredPriests Priests and an Physi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

L I 2 THE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TON HERALD 11 ERA L 1 MONDAY M MONDAYDECENBEIt 0 N DAY DECEHBEK DEe E lrLB E It 31 3 1 1906 1 9 06 I CARE FOR THE THE1IVING THE1IVINGRescuers LIYI1Rescuers LIYI1 LIVIIMResduQrs Rescuers Pay So o Heed tp t the tlieBodies tl1eBodies theBoiies Bodies Strewn StrewnA About AboutSCENES bant bantSCENES boitSCENS SCENES ABE HEARTRENDING HEARTRENDINGChildren REAltTRENDnTG REAltTRENDnTGCJti1flren kRThBNDINGChildren Children ATinlt Tholr Turn and in inDazed fnDazcl InDazed Dazed Amareuicnt nlRZCJ1Umt Watch Work ork of ofRelief ofRelletlorcb ofBeIiefTOrCheM Relief Relletlorcb Torches H and Lanterns Uxcd UxcdIn Ucdfll 1JedIn In Searching for tho Wounded WoundedAmong WoundedAmong ounded oundedmong Among mong the Debris DebrisAn DebrllJAn DebrhAn An early visitor to the scene en esii after afterthe afterthe afterthe the crash found everything in die vicinity vicinityof vtc1aI vtc1aIIf of f Terra Cotta COtt station and the terra terracotta terracotta terracotta ¬ cot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

ir JIr JIrI I THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY MONDAYDECEMBEE DECEMBER 31 1906 3 J F RECOHTFORflEARST RECOHTFORflEARSTAttorney RECOUNT FOR HEARST HEARSTAttorney HEARSTMtoiney Attorney Generalelect Will WillConsider WillConsider WillConjd Consider Conjd Application ApplicationREOPENS ApplicationREPENS IJplicationREOPENS REOPENS MAYORALTY OONTEST CONTESTReqncHt OONTESTRequest OONTESTItequent Request for Quo Wnrranto arranto Proceed Proceedings Proceedings Proceed1ngi ¬ ings Against aicClellnn Had Been BeenRcfutictl DcenRefullctl BeenRcfuicd Rcfutictl by Julia Mayer JlnyerUntter JlnyerUntterComes IayerIntterComes Mutter MutterConies Comes Up for Rclienrlngr R hcarlng tear1ngUN ns Soon SoonOH SoonaN OH Jackson Takes Office OfficeNew OfficcNew OfficeNew New York Dee m aAtt Attorney mey General Generalelect Generlelect GenerIeleet elect William S S Jackaen n who wi is s to take takeoffice take01Ike takeoffice office on Tuesday sent t Use following let letter letter lettet ¬ ter to William WiD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

i1 i1A rr 4 A THE WASHINGTON W AS INGTON HERALD MONDAY MO NDA Y DECEMBER DE CEMBER 31 1006 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPuUl HERALDPuLtl1ed PuLtl1ed PuUl ic < l Ever Eyery Morninf in t1w tHc Year Y car carTHE bjr bjrTHE byThE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPublication COMPANYPublication Publication Office 73 734 < FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTEntered NORTHWESTImtefed Entered as secondclass CondCIa3 matter IuLtte October 5 1006 at atthe atthe the post postalce fflca at t W Wuh WthItn shh tea O DO C i under Ufld act ol ofc Cwcress c eu of March 3 1S79 l8i9SCOTT 1S9SCOTT SCOTT C C BONE Editor EditorErneit EditlrErnut E3rErncit Erneit H Mernclc Trexfurer aad Busiaeit Manager ManagerClarence ManatrCanna ManagrOuencc Clarence C C Archibald Adyerdilat Adcrtbl f Manager ManagerJ J Harry CuaoiajHara Auditor AuditorCharles AuditorCharJt Charles C C Thompson Mechanical Superintendent SuperintendentTelephone S per1ntcadcntT Telephone T r ± Gne Main 3869 Private Branch Erthanfe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER 31 1906 5 I 1 Woodward Lothrop Lothropt t New York YorkWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisStorewilI WASHINGTON Paris ParisStorfe t t Storfe StorewilI iylII vill remain closed c1os d on on Tuesday New Years DayrhereafterJ Day DayThereafter DayThereafttr Thereafter and until further notice will open at 830 8 30 a m mand and close closeat closeat closeat530pnl at at530pnl at530pnlNew 53 5 30 ° P m mTTENTION mNew New Years Requisites RequisitesATTENTION RequisitesA ATTENTION A TTENTION is invited to an unusually choice choiceand choiceand choicer r and complete assortment of Womens and andMens andMens andc = c Mens Dress Requirements for New Years Day Dayembracing Dayembracing Dayembracing embracing everything that is proper and including includingthe the most elegant imported highart novelties and andthe andthe 1 the less pretentious sorts Also Fine Table Napery NaperyRich NaperyRich NaperyRich Rich Cut Glass Dainty China Artistic Lamps LampsTable ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

6 TEE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER 31 1906 jE FEW BETS RECORDED RWORDED1 RWORDED1Litfje I ILittJe t Little Money Wageueii agm l on onGansflorman onGansHorman onGaisflwrnan Gansflorman Fight EglitNEGRO FightNEGRO FighiNEGRO NEGRO SHOULD WIN EASILY EASILYIf If Bont Is Ti on the Level Baltimore BaltimoreMan BaltimorelUnn BaltimoreMan Man Qnglit to Stop Ills Opponent OpponentBefore OPIOnentDefore OpimuientBefore Before Fifteenth Round RounelHermnn RounelHermnnlIns Herman HermanHas Has lIa Little to Show Silo on Past Performnnce Perforrnance Per Performances ¬ formances J but Has Ha Youth YouthNew Youtl1New YouthNew New York Dec 31 3LSo So far there has hasbeen hasbeen haabeen been practically no betting en the th ftght ftghtbetween ftghttween fightIvtween between tween Joe Gans of Baltimore and Kid KidHerman KidHerman KMHerman Herman of Chicago for tho lightweight lightweightchampionship Ughtwefghtchamplo llgiitwelghtchiunploisb1p championship champlo sltlp of the world which will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

i THE WASEOGTOH EEHAID EEBALDNONDAYDECEBEEt MONDAY DECEMBER 31 1900 7 7I I MAGOONCO AiO T COll iING HOME HOMECubas llOES llOECubas S Cubas Governor Will id idSent 130 130t 130Sent BeSent Sent to the Philippines Pl PhilippinesMUCH l PPines I IMUCH j jMUCH t MUCH TROuBLE TBIOTJBEE ON ISLAND ISLANDBusiness ISLANDBusalnes ISLANDBni1ue Business Bni1ue Interests Intere5 11 Foment Discord DiscordPresident Di8corII DiRcortiPregident President and Secretary Sccrcflr3 Tnft Conj Conjtemplate Con Contemplate Conlemplate template XeccssHy cccsl o of Keeping this thisTroops thl thlTroops thRFroops I Troops In Cuba and n < l Postponing Ef Efforts Efforts Elfort ¬ forts fort for Selfgovernment SelfgovernmcntGov s j jGov I IGov Gov Magoon Is soon to be b recalled recalledfrom reoal1Eldfrom reoa11dfrom from Cuba and nd another provisional rafsional gov governor gOYernor governor ¬ ernor is to be sent down there thereGov ther therGov tberGov > Gov Magoen will coma back b ck to be bemade lfeIIMId...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY 1IrONDADCEMBE2 DECEHBEE 31 1906 ± TRADERS END LOSERS LOSERSYcrs I IYears Years Market Too Bard for forOperators forOp forOparators Operators Op atorstn to tt Bead BeadMONETAY R ReadIONEP4Y ade adei adeMO i MONETAY MO bTAItY OUTLOOK EOEEFJJL EOEEFJJLGlimpsca 1IOEEFUL6l1mpsCI OPLiuL OPLiuL611m1Thc3 Glimpsca of 100O on the tIt Stock Bx Batclmnge BxclmngeOpenR BxclutngeOpens clmnge clmngeOpenR Qpens Trllli Violent Break BrcixlcIn Breakin Brinkin In January Jzinuai Followed l 1y y Succen SuccenNlon SUC1eHHlon SucqenpIon Nlon of Hysterical HYldcr cul Risen and De Depressions De Deprei DcjreIousT1ie ¬ pressions prei jreIousT1ie lonsTl1e The Close Firm FirmNew llrmNew FirmN New N York Doc M itDea1btga Dealing in stocks stocksduring stoekadurlug stocksduring during the fore purl of last week were weremarked weremarked weremarked marked by a continuation of that liqui liquidating Uquldating lqaldating ¬ dating movemeut jbat 1t b M d been running runningwith nmnl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 31 December 1906

< < iiT THE THEWASHINGTOflRALD0NDAY WASHINGTON HSBAlD MONDAY DECEMBER DECEMR31 31 1900 J iAiiii APAN RUSHES NAVY MYYGfreat NAVYGreat IAYYGreat Great Force of Men in Ship Shipyards Shipyards Shipyards ¬ yards and Arsenal ArsenalDEPENDS ArsenalDEFENDS Arsenalb 4 4DEPENDS b DEPENDS NOW ON NO NATION NATIONCountry NATIONCountry NATIONCountry Country MnnnfnctnrinBT Her Own OwnMenofWnr OwnIcnofVnr OwnMenofWar MenofWnr Equipment and Tor Torpedoes Torpedoe TorpedoeDeipte ¬ pedoes pedoeDeipte Despite Derp Heavy War Debt In InSpending IIISpending Ii IiSpending Spending 100000000 Yen on onNew onFleet onFleet Fleet of TJllrrr ThirtyNIX 1x Vcuel VcuelKew VeSC1NNew New York Dec 38L aAn An English engI englneer engIneer enginec neer nec at present stopping in New York Yorkn < n route from Tokyo Toh o to London who for forthe forU1e fort1e the last three years o r5 has enjeyed peculiar peculiaropportunities pecuUnroOrtunlties pecuftaropporwnftles opportunities for observation by virtue of o...

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