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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

Tr 1 THE WASHINGTON W WASHINGTONHERALD ASKING TO N HERALD SUNDAY Y FEBR FEBRUARY U AR Y 10 190 1907 7 < 11 BUMS BUYII iiYiIM G OF PROPERTY PROPERTYal > eal al Estate state Brokers Expect ExpectLi ExpectLively Lively Li ycly Spring Trade TradeHAT lradelAT TradeT HAT T GIVES LAND VALUE VALUEDealers VALUEleRICrH VAL1J VAL1JDealers Dealers Diftciiflf D1S itR isr Qncjttfon Which WhlcliAgitates WhichAgitutes VhlchAJltate3 Agitates Coii COJlgrcHRFIne res Pine Residence Residenceand Relllel ReiiiIeiiceiand llocJI llocJInllel and Large Structures Will Be BeStarted DeStarted BeStarted Started Shortly Sl ShortlySanic rtlSame Same Architect to toSupervise toSUler ioSnpervhse Supervise SUler I Belmont nndHuff Homes HomesWhile HomeNWhUe IiorneisWhile While the tb6we th week we k k closed et floes do not show showany showany showuny any any big deals brought to a culmination it ithas Ithas Ithas has been fairly active ctlvc In the tb sales aale of ret re1dence retidence 1 Idence property and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

z i r I I w 12 THE HE WASHINGTON HEEAL3 SUNDAY FEBRUARY TEBRUARY1O 10 1907 07 The Mans Store Store1Official StoreOfficial StoreOfficial Official Weather Report ReportCloudy Cloudy and Warmer WarmerTheres JVarmerV WarmerWonderful Wonderful V onderful Selling of ofSuits ofSuits Suits and Overcoats Overcoatsat Overcoatsat at Half Price PriceTheres Theres ix 110 > time to lose if you youw youw1U1t you youw3nt w w1U1t uit one of these Suits or Over Overcoats Overcoats Overpp ¬ c coats at honest half ha1 price This Thishas Thishas Thishas pp has been the greatest sale of our ourcareer ourcareer ourcareer career Weve refve wade lots of men menhappy menhappy 4 happy and there ttt are plenty of ofgood ofgood ofgood good Suits awl Overcoats left leftin leftin leftin in these lines that represent the thegreatest thegtStest theff ff greatest eest ciothing dotbmgvatues values ever ver dis distributed dis2riri distrbigd ¬ tributed uted m itt Aj t Mrica erau Your choice choiceat choicet choicet...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

1 N l V iL i e 2 I THE T Tfl 11 E WASHINGTON W AS R I N G TON HEALD 1I KERALDIJNDAY ERA L D SUNDAY S 1T N DAY f FE J7EBKTIABY B R U A R Y 10 1 0 1907 19 0 THE WORLD OF BOOKS BOOKSBY BY HECTOR FULLER GBSBB c with M as t OH OHBee IGI IIIsee Bee s tarn they ey Be thht alii a ew ma maTo the dv dvMy 111 bib I 7 frm well weItr weItrTo tried triedTo To all l1 bookish men nent ft will be of later latereat Iaareat lutrest eat to learn that there Haas h just been is issued 18 18sued Ilsued sued th the series Lttemture of Libra Libraries LIbraries LIbr LIbriles ¬ ries In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth EighteenthCenturies ElahteenthCenturlea EIhteeUthCenturles7 Centuries Centurles7 that quaint work work the auto autobiography autebiopaphy ute uteb1oraphy ¬ biography of Sir Thomas Bodley togetii togetiier toether er with his UStatute8 Statute Sir Thomas Bod Bodley BodJey Bodey ley ey is best known of course as the thefounder thefounder thefounder founder of UM Bodleian D Library at L Lford Ox Ox...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

3 3IC Sf SiA1tGM FEBRUARY FEBRUARY10 10 1907 THE WASHINGTON WAS1IIN TON HERALD SUNDAY f IC ± 1 iA1tGM Kf ON 1LW W LtAE eASt 0F o 1F c flarm 1 rlnp rlnpPromJf1 = = a any Piomanee PromJf1 d i r rar rny flarmrny ar ny y k Americans Americ merican ns crowd crowdfc crowdinto crowdhit9 into hit9 fc asBnsntvSBssMSBswsBw the j POPUl popu j4 ar f resort and dndQdiety andiiefy Qdiety iiefy reigns supreme r AMERICANS AIERIOASVisitors AT NIOE NIOEYisitolS Visitors Crowding Into Re Resort ReI Resort Resort ¬ I sort Popular as Eyer EverWAITING EyerWAITBiGr EYerI EYerW I WAITING W AITDiG FOR FUR MFG GAE3IVAL GAE3IVALVast CAEfIV CAR IVAL IVALVast AL ALYftllt Vast PreiwratlwitM > RH t Being Mailc fade f rer rerSeaaon fe feSeason r rSeexm Season of Gnyety a1 GayetyAltwest tAIM8 Almeat t Deserted DesertedThree DCSertestThree Dcsortclnlr Three nlr c Tear AC A Ages City Oft Ii 1 1Ixs ASK ttain ttainBeeosae hi hiBfoam 111Blc3me Bfoam Blc3me Favorite Winter AliitliMK AbidixgPlaee AliitliMKPlace bitll b...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

i THE T HE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TON HERALD HE It A L D SUNDAY FE F PFBRUARY EB RUAEY It U A It Y 10 1 0 1907 19 07 Ocle j The Washington Herald vrlll lie liepleased IJCplenRetl 1epleased pleased to publish item U mM of per personal pcrHonnl perl4onnl ¬ sonal nnd nodal Interest If writ written wrltten ssrltten ¬ ten on one Hide of the paper only onlyand onlyanti onlyand and signed by b the writer name nameunil nnmeuntl nameand and address nddre 8 Items intended for the theSunday tbeSumln theSuntiny Sunday Sumln edition of The Washington WashingtonHerald WnaklngionHcrnld nlIll1JtonlIereld Herald must reach thin office not notlater notIntcr notlater later than noon on Saturday SaturdayHE S SaturdayHE turdny turdnyTHE HE President and Mr XlS Roosevelt Rooseveltgave Roo Roceeceltgave evelt eveltpve THE gave a dinner < at the White WhiteHouse WhIteHoW18 WhiteIL IL House last night Mrs Roosevelt Rooseveltwearing RooeeveUwearin Rooeeveltwearing wearing wearin a a gown of lavender bro br...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

iii iIIIJJ w THE WASHINGTON W HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAYFEBRUAJy FEBRUARY FEBR U AR Y 10 1907 5 r CONTWUM CO 1Lum PROM PXO FOURTH PA93 PA93neW PA01lftekl PIGUIkld neW Makers MMt Mat Ward HetflekL James Mon Monaghan MOIlaglum Moeeghan aghan FrtoiiOff F ebetr Bins Dirt and Tau Tauphan Han HanMr HuL HuMr Hoeeon eon L Mr Bonaall aad od family former rat resident ratdeo esl esldeut ¬ dent of Broofctsjtd bay bave recently re returned Feturned ¬ turned ucI ad annewttrlas ore DOWUYtIlC now Uvn in the oU Scott House HoWIe on Lawrence LtwreaceDr street streetDr streetD Dr D Brooks reoko recently entertained Dr DrGuthrie DrGuthrie DrGuthrle Guthrie one ODeof of the staff at St St EUmaJteths JClha1teths8ylullt Asylum AsylumHenry 8ylulltHenry AsylumHenry Henry O Edmonds 11411I0 Edmoirleft of Newton New street streetl aMreet l left ft for Chicago last Sunday SundayDr SuadayDr SundoyDr Dr F H Towner of l NewtOl1 wtoa street streethas Streethns reet reethas has been nude visiting ml D physician at t tat1...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

T T G THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBBTTABY FEBR U AR Y 10 1907 a Newspaper Men in Public Life LifeJ J I None Has Ever Reached the Presidential Chair There are many ma more lawyers a 7ft8 titan titanmen Usanmen titanmen men of any other calling cflln In a public Hie Hietoday uretoday Ut Uttoday today Thl This always > has Ita be beeIa n the case caseIn eJI1ft easeIa In this country and add any young youi man de desirous de deadrous ilegli ¬ sirous gli oiis of entering euterin either House of Con Congress Cougress Congross ¬ gress would do welt to remember remeaa it itAmong ItAmo It ItAmong Among Amo men meft of other professions prot II news newspaper DCn DCnpaper newspaper ¬ paper men are relatively successful In set setting getting et etting ¬ ting a chance at public life No Presi President President President ¬ dent of the United States ever was grad graduated sraduated graduated ¬ uated into that nigh office from a news newspaper newapaper newspaper ¬ paper shop but a pretty...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

1 I T THE TWASEING WASHINGTON WASH GTON EEEALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 1907 7 The j lie Congress Congress ongress of ofWar ofWarLimitations o oLimitations War JL jL toXxJ JLJS iE < wJJKJ H JL V R RLimitations I Limitations of the Programme of the Impending Haguc HagueConvention HagucI HagucConvention I Convention Frustrate F ru tratc Its Primary Object While sevctn 8eftI8t weeks will efetpoe before beforethe beforethe beforethe the Russian government will be in a po position posiUon posalon ¬ salon to t08Ubmlt submit to the foreign powers powersthe powt18tbt POW POWthe the official ojticJalJtIOPIDIbe programme of questions for fordiscussion Cordblcuash1I 0 discussion at the internatiOBal congress congresswhich CIJI1srewhich agrP agrPwhich which is i to to take place In the late spring springor aprtn aprtnor or early Iywomer summer at The Hague H yet it Ita1read Is Isalready Isalready already a1read apparent a eat that the th primary object objectwhich objectwblct Ob1CtwhIct which Pres...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SU IDAY JPEBRTIARY EBRUARY 10 1907 1907If 1907If If Yon Want the Best Help Advertise in the Best PaperThe HeraldIe Herald ic a Word Herald Branch Offices OfficesWant OfficesWnt I IVant Want ads for the Herald may be beleft beJeft beleft left at any l1Y of the following branch branchoffices brancoffices branchofficcs offices and will be promptly for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬ warded to the th main main office officeGOLDENBERGSInfcrmation officeG office3wu G GOLDENBERGSInfcrmation oe BBKBB BBKBBSIMPSON8 3wuStP8ONS I ISUiPSONS SIMPSON8 PHARMACY Car Ttii st R It I IT ITnd art artud I IRIId RIId nd K st nw nwCYCLK a1lCYCLE nwCrcLE CYCLE COMPANY ftb h an aM L I su i BW BWDOXX JnIDOKN awDONN DOXX k SAFORDK PHARMACY 1HA LACY Car K 1 X Xawe Y Yatf tAVE awe and North Capitol st nw nwJOHNSTONS owJOHNSTONS nwOllNSTONS JOHNSTONS PHARMACY 121 N J aw ay ayS BW BWKANX swS S S KANX SONS OS k CO X Informatiae IDforatiJaI IDforatiJac Infoiti Bmsaa BmsaaCHAS 1IuxCHA ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

Tii ii Tii V VI I i r Third Thirdpartf Pages 1 Part PartPages to 8 j THE W WASHINGT SHINGTON ON If IfWASHINGTON I H HERALD HERALDWASHINGTON ER AL D Third Pages 1 Part Parti to 8 I WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 1907 TWIN BROTHER OFFICERS OFFICERSFollowed OFFICERSt t I Followed Follow d Through Life by Fatal Hereditary Curse CurseParallel CurseParallel Parallel Careers Without Precedent A remarkabJe rkabia and touching story of ofhereditary ofheredltaT7 ofhereditary hereditary insanity a complete bearing bearingout bearl bearlt berlngt t out of the Scriptural injunction that the thesins thesins thesins sins of the father shall be visited upon the tbechildren thechildren thecdldren children H has ha come to light through tbe tbeappeal tbelippeal theppel appeal made to the War Department on onbehalf Oftbehalf onbehalf behalf of Second Lieut John 5 So Hamilton HamiltonTwentythird HamiltonTentylhlrcl HamiltonTwentythird Twentythird Infantry U S S A A charged chargedwith chlupdwith cha...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

J w 2 THE WASHINGTON W ASHlIiGTO Ii HERALD SUNDAY EEBEUAEY FEBR U R Y 10 1907 i 9 07 PENNY iiMTY SCHOOL LUNCH LUNCHMilwaukee LUNCHMil LIIOIIMilwaukee Milwaukee Mil vauliee Experiment Has HasProved HasProycl HasProved Proved a Success SuccessBENEFIT SuccessBENE1 SuccessBENEFIT BENEFIT IT < SHOWN IN STUDIES STUDIESGambler STUDIESGnmbler STUDIESGambler Gambler Started the Fund for EM KMtabllslilug1 EMtabllsltlllf EMtb1IsJtiii tabllslilug1 tb1IsJtiii the Enterprise Which WhichGrew WltlchCrew rlalch i iGrew Grew Out of Agitation Oror Faint FalntIn Fainting Faintlug ¬ lug In of n Girl in a Store 9torc Storeso StoresoC1inrit No NoCharity o oClanrft Charity Clanrft About the Schema SchemaIn SuljenieIn In I n the midst of t the holiday rush ru of two twoyears twoyears twoyears years ago a a little cash girl rI in one oC the thelocal tbelocal thelocal local department stores itor notable for the theconsideration theconsideration theCOflSIdFLttOfl consideration shown its employes tlflOYt fa...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

C w ww wTHE w THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 101907 1907 3 I SECRETS OF HITTITES HITTITESArchiyes HITTITESAichiyes Arcliives Reveal Existence ofF01ymiul ofPOWOFfi1 of ofJPoiveadul JPoiveadul Empire EmpireCLAY EU1 ErnIiieCLAY > ire J JCLAY CLAY TABLETS TELL HISTORY HISTOEYImportant mSTORYInlportRnt HISTORYlinportunt Important Archaeological Find of ofDr ofDr ofJr Dr Dr Hugo 1Vlnclrlep3Sxuectert Vlncller E1IJectotI to toThrow toThrow toT1aro Throw T1aro Light on the Ancient WorldDifficulty World WorldDifficulty orlt1 orlt1Dlillcult Difficulty Dlillcult In Deciphering Inscrip InHcrllttlon inscriptlonnA Inscriptions ¬ tlon tlonnA tions A Tronty with the Pharaohs PharaohsFew FJLarnoI1Few mrnob mrnobFew < Few Rrcliaeorogical discoveries in the thehist theJaBt thelast last half aaJ century have equaled to inter interest Interest Interest ¬ est est so far as a OHentaltets and students studentsof tiidentnof of andent history generally are con concerned conp ¬ p cerned the rem...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

i s < 1 I THE xF WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10 1907 g1 g1r i r r < PLAT5PLAYFIl PLAT5PLAYFIlc L 1 r c FORGE BERNARD SHAW isnt isnthappy isnthappy nt nthappy GEORGE happy when he isnt t shocking shockingand shoekb shoekband ahoc ctng ctngand and he certainly shocked sb a a large largenumber largenumber number of Washington blngtoft people peoplethe lMOJlethe peoplethe the past week by the new view lew of Caesar Caesarhe Ca Cahe ar arhe he gives in the refreshing play in which whichForbes whichForbes whichForbes Forbes Robertson Rober n and Gertrude Elliott Elliottwere pmott pmottwere IIott IIottwere were seen at the National Theater Tbeat It Itisnt ItJant Itisnt isnt at all unlikely u 1lkeJy that Shaws Caesar Caesarcomes Caesarcomes Caesarcomes comes nearer showing that distinguished distinguishedRoman dl distinguishedRoman tlngulshed tlngulshedRoman Roman as he really appeared to his contemporaries con contemporaries contomporarte ¬ temporaries and especially e pecllLUy...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

1 l THE TH WASHINGTON HERALDUNDA HEBALTJ SUNDAY FEBRUARY A 10 1907 07 5 MUSIC AND MUSICIANS MUSICIANSNotes I A t Notes from the World of Harmony Harmon Mr frte iitz Seketi Sche conductor of U the Phil Philadelphia Phlladelplda ¬ adelphia OrdMCtra tra well wellknoWlt known and liked likedin likedin in uJ th thi city and which recently gave gaveconcert a aconcert concert at the White Hong by b invitation invitationof of the President h hu temporarily sur surrendered surTendc ¬ rendered Tendc d his duties a as conductor The Thereason Therean reason for the laying Ia Iky1n down do of ate baton batonis batonIg is a physical breakdown resulting rMUltin from fromoverwork fromuverwork V overwork and an attack of the grip rp He Heis Heis is s at present recuperating at Atlantic AtlanticCity Atlaft AtlaftCity AtlanticCity City It is stated positively that there therewill therewill will 111 bo 1 b no interruption In I the schedule ule of ofthe orthe o othe the Philadelphia Orchestra as the ass...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SU iDAY FEBRUARY 10 1907 I I THE CANDIDATE CANDIDATEAPolitical APolitical A Political Romance Cpyriht 1005 by Harpcr Brothers By Joseph A Altsheler SYNOPSIS PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTERSi ChAPTERS3ir J 3ir G Grjou tile tb dNt it bore of c i ttftUottal ual earn earnHark eMuutioP N NentIcu uutioP entIcu II niimipat4 far tile 1reIideIIeJ Hark Harkfirst narkl narklthe 1Irklthe the creuposdut t of tile N Y Uuette k tM tJMtll9t tMto first to tell the cachet rJste te ts tile goad od new ewL He ac accompanies lie lieaapaoiClt acupanIc ¬ companies tbc ac Ac u umeets UTay to uca t c 1w d dJDfft od odmeeti meets GrayBons niece niece ni SrMa Morgan M 4ein The two are aremutually aremutuall1 aiemutl2ll1 mutually attracted On the ahjht of Orajaon On peat peatspeeA IAt IAtspeech t t1vetd1 speech Sylvia Sft in her nrthaaliaa throws her ami amiabout amIIIabout sxsxrnt about xrnt Gross neck ne and Mates kIss htat b Oa the fool foiJwring foolMwiuc oI oI3ewII2g Jwring Bwrni...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

t THE WASHINGTON WASBIGTONHE3ALD HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY PEBRTTARY1O 10 1907 7 I j I Aspect of iSocial Social Lif LifYiews Life LifeViewS ViewS of a Chicago Sociologist on onWoman OIl OIlWoman onWoman Woman and Marriage Romantic love In n the modern family fa atlTt te temyth i it t myth according to Prof William I IThomas IThomas ITiomas Thomas the t University of Chicago soci sociologist odoogist 01 01iog1st ¬ ologist In a book on oi Sex and Society Societyissued SocIetyissued SocietYissued issued from the University Unlverslt Press Pre the Mid Midway l1dWay Midway ¬ way teacher declares that presentday presentdaymatrimony prMeI1tcJaymatrimoay preentdYmatrimony matrimony and the family institution are areinferior aretntprlor areInferior inferior to the unconventional mating of ofprimitive olprimitive o oprimitive primitive men and women n from the ther thestandpoint r standpoint of romantic happiness happinessProf happinessProf tptnessProf Prof Thomas presents the theory that thatth...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 February 1907

8 THE WASHINGTON W AS1IIN GTON HERALD SUNDAY t PEBBtfAEY FERn U AR Y 10 1907 1804L L 4j DY SEYMOUR EATON = s = IllustTted I by RKCUVYER Iffg > W T0BlaencT I i ca tldnJ3nn tlc imxiannfJng Car an I A THE THEROOSEVELT THEROOSEVELTBEARS ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTBEARS ROOSEVELTBEARS BEARS ABROAD ABROADCepj ABROAD5 ABROAD5Cepgright Cepj CepJrigltt gk 1907 by Seymowr EateR Eat AH A rights r pts rwervei rwerveiII raeNMIITHE reeereIT IT II IITHE THE BEARS IN IRELAND IRELANDThe a 4 4The The Roosevelt Bears bought suits of greenAnd green greenAnd f fAnd And the gayest waistcoats ever seenAnd seen seenAnd ReaAnd > And dressed themselves from bead to toe toeLike toeLike t Like Irish lords at an evening eva ng show showFor showFor bow r rFor f f For said TEDDYB Ive readat readatOf raat I hone honeOf w is isOf Of a man who traveled one ana to RomeAnd Rome ROIIIIttAnd RonseAnd And there he follwed customs new newAnd 1ICWAnd newAnd And did the things the Romans R inane do doBut doBut doBut But TEDDY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 February 1907

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 February 1907

2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 1901 190 IDENTIFIES DTi PICTURE PICTUREe TTTD 17 ilu 1 U mi miWoman Woman 1 0111aJl Thinks She Recog Recognizes Recoglliies Recobilizes e ¬ nizes ilizes Swindler SwindlerCLAIMS SwindleICLAIMS SwindlerCLAIMS CLAIMS SETBE GOT HER 500 500Mrs 500Urll 500airs Mrs Cora Arnold Sny Sn 3Inu Under UnderArrest UmlerArrcllt UnderArrest Arrest In Newark Victimized Her HerLast IIcrLnllt HerLnst Last December DCCCU1bcrNcw Xevr Jersey Au Autltorltleft AutJtorftlcfII Anthoritics tltorltleft Looking for DanceIlow DanceIlowWnaltinirton Dupcx Hoir HoirWiiMhlnKton JlOTV WiiMhlnKton V hlnAton Woman was Vn n Plocccd PlocccdAB FlocccdAs FloccedAs As the result ef a canvaas conducted by byCapt byCapt byCapt Capt Boardman Mrs Cora I I Arnold of 1610 Thirteenth street northwest yesterday yester yesterday yesterday ¬ day positively identified the picture of ofFrederick ofFrederick ofFrederick Frederick Seier who is at present under underarrest underaITeRt underarrest ...

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