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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

1T0 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 I1TUS WU T UJS iis NEW TE HEAD HEADCoiuites HE HEADC > AD ADCnuitess Coiuites C uijtes df f Carlisle Succeeds SllcceclsLady SucceedsLaIy Lady Henry Somerset SomersetIS SOlnersetIS IS NOTED ENGLISH ENGLI H CRUSADER CRUSADERWorlds ORUSADERorlils OBUSADERWorltli Worlds orlils Convention at Boston Fin Finishes Finbites FiniiIte ¬ bites Routine Business liy Electing ElectingOJIlccrs EIectlng EIectlngOJUcers EjectingOfficers Officers Congressman Con reHsntnn LUtlefield LUtlefieldAddresses LittlefieldAddresscs LttlleflchlAddresMcs Addresses Delegates in Defense of ofProhibition oflroltl of1ro1LIbtjonttcnhl Prohibition lroltl 1ro1LIbtjonttcnhl JtJonAttelld Attend Churches ChurchesBoston OlturchesBOttton Churchc3Boston Boston Oct 2ft SThe The Countess Countc of Car Carlisle CArIIsl CarllsIe ¬ lisle IIsl > president of the th British Womens WomensChristian WojnengChristktn Comen ComenChci5t1an Christian Temperance Unteo was elected electe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

i I r w 7 1 TEE WASHINGTON HEBALD STTNDAT OCTOBER 21 1906 QPUOftTQ bvjflUULb bvjflUULbViews SCll OI OIViews Views That May Seeni to Be BeThose BeThose Those of aiLOldTQT aiLOldTQTl an 01ff Fogy 1 l TOO HUGH OF OPAGLASS A GLASS AtPAIR AtPAIRHlfirli APPAIRHigh High School the Too Dominant Pea Feature Peatare ¬ tare oC tile System SystemMr Mr Fitpatrlck Fitpatrlckn n Patron Earnestly Urges a Slut Slmi Slutt t i pllflcntlon of Studio In the Lower LowerGrades LowerGradeo Grades Gradeo Xo Lese ninjeste Intended IntendedV V Ve hare y a new ew school superintendent superintendentjt jt an a exo ezoeoingly 3insly actire board nd d tk tkair Utair air is fairly redolent laden with reform reformbrtterraaiits reforMtttermfltz brtterraaiits c So much x io > that even erenwan evenold wan old fellow a grandfather feete feel a sort sortof poetof of spirit ar something of the Pro Bono BonoPublico BonoPuhilco Publico An Old Subscriber Subseilberstant or Ooa Ooastunt stunt Reader order creep oer Urn ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

T II S M 12 2 THE WASHIffGTOJT HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBEE 21 1906 1906M q Official Oc Weather We ther Report ReportCloudy ReportClo Repo RepoCo Cloudy Clo dr preceded by rain ninASwagger rn A AA ASwagger ASwaggerFall ttwagger ttwaggerFall A Dl Fall FallOvercoat FallOvercoat Overcoat OvercoatAt Overcoata75 At 1375 1375This T TThis This is is one of the latest latestM 1atestVI latesthr M VI S M models lnoddsan modelsanelegant an anelegant elegant dressy garment garmentthat that has character and andtone andtoneshown n 6 tone toneshown shown in a beautiful rbeautifu1Herringbone ul if ifThis ifHerringbone Herringbone Tan Covert Covertalso i ialso also in iii conservative co9er alive black blackstuffs blackstuffs stuffs flare skirts and andalt v vall all the style stle marks marksof xof the thefashionable thefashionable fashionable 190 i 9 0 61 907 907Overcoat 9 0 7 Aj Overcoat An Anhonest AnhonestSz8o honest Sz8o 1850 value for 51375 51375MSMOlympia 1375 1375M MSMOlympia MSMOlympiaSack M S O...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

r I Second SecondPart1 Pages 1 1 to Part 8 THE 1 E W T SHINGTON S H 3 7 J T 1 1 > HERALD H E 11irL i i iJ i Second Pages 1 to PartPages PartiJ Part PartPages 8 8WASHINGTON 8i 8WASHINGTON j ji jWASHINGTON i i WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 IL ItI ItI1d 1d 1do o J 7t1E HUSY CORNER CORNER CORNERONLY A U UONLY ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE AVETHE a aT8E THE MAIN THOROUGHFARE OF THE NATIONS CAPITALI CAPITAL o I 0 For firstclass satisfactory durable footwear for women womenKolonial womenKoko 7 7 7Always Kolonial Koko ial boots and shoes beat anything ever sold at 350 350Always 350350We Always 53SoWe 350 PFe never reduce them and we never raise the price pricethats that Js a sure guarantee of their sterling worth Com Comfort Comfort Comfort ¬ fort is the first item considered and with this as the principal feature we have constructed a shoe which amply justifies the thestatement thestatement thestatement statement above THEY ARE comfortable neat wear splendidly and ma...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OOTOiibR OCTOB ± K SI l 1906 190 > STOCK 1OCK PRICES SLU SLIIMP SLIIMPe iP iPSellillg Selling e Clncfl Chiefly 3r by b 3 r Those o otCOv1 Who Whov Wholl1StJJor v ll1StJJor EnslQovGi tCOv1 8 8PtNANCIAIi r Contracts ContractsF3ANCIL ContJJaetsFhiANCIAL F3ANCIL FhiANCIAL fOEHTER OENTER TO SHIFT SHUTewlYorlc SHIFTi i 1i ewlYorlc a + York Will Soon BG Independent Independentol li lio ol o London mi nul Alrondy FQrci Foreign Foreignluptntlons FQrcilq n ntttttutiot I Sioo1trc StoclrArclaiuct1ca Arc Arcromctlcnlly < luptntlons lq tttttutiot tttttutiotI tntlons ns oa Amorloan Sooj Sioo1trci romctlcnlly i laiuct1ca ctlcnl1T 1Jy 7noreaMending Tpfnorcil Rending Is IsWcalcei Ixck b bI > Wcalcei 11 ck caLcst t on the lla IIHtU I Ixt t tNew TJ 1 n Is latest latestNew ext 1 1N New N w York Oct O let t SLIa I cownWeHng < the theiiUtuSry l1teIntuiry theiupulry iiUtuSry whore all the stock soldin sold In the thelast thelit thelast last lit t two day days ears...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

f I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 3 REAL REALESTATE ESTATE MARKET MARKETCoiiIerencesDuringWeelvfor MARKETConferences MARKETConferences CoiiIerencesDuringWeelvfor CoiiIerencesDuringWeelvforv Conferences During Week Weekfoi WeekfoiC1osiiig for forClosing v Closing of Deals BealsSOME DealsSOME Dea1I I SOME SPECULATIVE SFECuLATIVE TRADES TRADESBaililiner TRADESBallillng TRADESBn11 Baililiner Bn11 1Ing Opcrnilonn Sho SJ10W vAo No Cessa Cessation CesBatlonPro CesailonProipectlvc ¬ tion tlonPro ilonProipectlvc Prospective pecthc Trcnd of Devel Development Dcelopment Dev l lopmcnt ¬ opment to Result from Opening of ofXciv ofXcw o oicew Xciv Union Station StationInquiry Inquiry for forHouses forlIousel for11oneg Houses fop Rent Fairly Active ActiveIrakis Active1e81S ActiveO1s Irakis O1s and minors of deals is the thephrase thephrase thephrase phrase which beat characterizes the themovements theInOements themovements movements of the real eaI estate market at atthe attbe t tthe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

f j THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 z 1906 1906Exclusiv 1906Exclusive Exclusive News by Sp special cial Cable From the Capitals oj the Old World M AsTolliiiiNs THIS BUCK BUCKli BACKTHE llM1TEiANDSOFT1ME li TEiANDSOFT1ME TEiANDSOFT1MEMi IK OP TIE TIEMilHonaire TIMEMiUionaire Mi MilHonaire onaire Secretly Erecting Tu Tudor Tudor Tudor ¬ dor Village Adjoining 4djoining His HisMediaeval HisMediaeval HisMediaeval Mediaeval Castle in Kent KentTHE RentTH1 I THE TH1 PROJECT PRO CT VAST ONE ONEPlans ONEPlans ONEPlans Plans Guarded From Public and andPolice andPolice andu andA Police Kin Employed A u toed to Keep KeepOff KeepOff KeepOA Off Trespassers TrespassersLONDON TrespassersLONDON TrespassersLONDON LONDON Oct 20 20The 2eThf 20The The strangest stra move moveIn in history is now nowin nowin nowin in active progress pr grMS at Hever In Kent KentIn KentIn KentIn In this ancient village to which King KingHenry KingHenryvm KingHenryVffl Henry Henryvm Yin so often traveled to woo thei...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

1 1I rHi I I T THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 5 I f OOIe The next three weeks in Washington Washingtonwilt Wasb Wasbtngtovtwilt Oft OftWm wilt b lte an a extremely oute quiet period from a asocial asoeJal asocial social standpoint suuHlpotat Although nearly all allofficial allofficial alloftcll official home are now open the heads headsthereof headsthereeC headsthereC thereof will 111 be too much engrossed in inpolitics InOUtb InpofttIc politics OUtb and affairs of state for even the theinformal theinformal theInformal informal exchange of o coUrtesies les that usa usually UIRtaJlymark usaally ¬ ally aJlymark mark the return of the administration administrationfamilies a administrationfamlilon mlnletratlonfamUIeIi families to the Capital CapitalThe CapttalTbe capitalThe The President and Mrs Roosevelt Roe will willcontinue willnttnue willeontinue continue nttnue to entertain small companies com at atluncheon atJuncbeon atIunejeon luncheon and dinner as has been their t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

I 6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 211906 1906 REJECTS KITCHEN KITtillEER ER ERIJon London IJon < lQll Hears an American AmericanSpurned AllCl A1U ica Spurned p ntiie d Proposal ProposalSOCIETY ProJosalOCIBTY SOCIETY JS S GREATLY AMAZED AMAZEDWhy AMAZEDI1r Why Mrs I1r Perry nolmont n lmont IVns nJli Un nblc to aicct Kini ISdirnril Ed1TnrllJlra Ed1TnrllJlraAnthony LdfnrdMrsAnthony Mrs Anthony Drcxcl IVill il1 Return to toLondon toIondonIlnD London IondonIlnD Plnn u JJrlllltint Social SocialI SocialCtnupninElltcrtained I CtnupninElltcrtained Campaign Entertained a Princes PrincesComspaBdence lrlnccllfIIComiIa ComspaBdence C xresoaaden den a ef efTltc Tfcc AttubiaBtoB HerakL HerakLLondon HeDIdLondon London Oct 11 ItIn In society the latest lateststory lateststory story going noing the rounds is that Lord LrdKltcliener tordIltchener Kltcliener has proposed to Mrs Adair Adairand and lie has been refused ed by the wealthy wealthyand wealthynnd wealthyand and fascinating fnseln...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

w iiii 1j THE WASHINGTON HSKALD IiEItALD SUNDAY SUND OCTOBER 21 i9O 190G 7 BEST OLIIBWO AFI1ES Tom Loifcus Loi1usSays Says Cubs Were WereWhipped Whipped WTbippediJy Early iix Series SeriesGAMENBSS GAMENBSS OE THE WHITE SOX SOXFormer Former 1 nnler Manager M nagir of tlic tIi Washington Club GlveS GtvezL ia Most jot Intelligent Re Rename ¬ name ime of tlie Worlds Clmmpioushlp ClmmpioushlpScricsrJones ScricsrJones Team Always Aiua on Us UsToes 11 Toes While Cubs Lucked nckcl Spirit SpiritTom Spirit1ozn Tom Loftus once manager of the Ckuve land and Chicgo Nationals Ntloaa and later IH charge arge of the Washington dab In the theAmerican American v League gv rve on One of Uie moat intelligentVefUines of the series to a aporter re reporter ¬ porter forth Chicago RecordHerald He Hebaid baid The Cabs Cub were thoroughly whipped be iore Lore the Sunday game ever started Pot ring Brown in the box bD when he had bedpitThed pitched bttt two days before was an ad admission d dTnbslon ¬ mission ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

f 1 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 21 190 + 1 r t In Which Mr Tokens CrabsA Crabs CrabsA A Love Scene Involving One OneWidow 1 < Widow and H Her r Furniture NILE HIl E the Seven Bells Club Clubpacking i Ispacking iMaCklns W packing up for a cruise ii iithe in inthe inthe the Luly Alice A1k e let us butt butin buttIn buttt in upon the privacy of Mr MrTokens 1IrTokens Ir IrToken t Tokens the irascible old gent gentwith sent sentwitk gentwfth with ene leg and one ope eye In the damp dampfog dampfog dampfog fog light of early evening 3te he might have liavebeen havebceft havebeen been seen pegging along alo the narrow ftarrOwplanked narrowplanked narrowplanked planked alley a that led to his 11 apartment apartmentat apar apartmentat t tat at the farther rther end of 0 the wi wiMr walk walkMr Ut UtIr Mr Ir Tokens lived in that quarter of ofSan ofSap ofSat San Francisco o inhabited by busy butI7 toilers toilerswho toilerswho toilerswho who bad ad forsaken the ditch damp and an...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

fi 3 > 0 r Third ThirdParti Pages agesi 1 Part PartPages to at4 3 THE T H E W WA SHIN S H I NG GTON T 0 N HERALDlri HERALDlriThirdParti H RAL p pI < Third Pages 1 Part PartPages to 8 8WAS I WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TOll D C J SUNDAY BUN DAY OCTOBER OC T 0 B E It 21 2 1 1906 1 9 0 G I RACE RAGE ISSUE SERIOUS SERIOTISTilll11S3 SERIOUSflh1ii Tillmsa flh1ii Sounds No False FalseAlarm Falseat FalseA1EirflTI at Alarm Says YoungMood YoungMoodALABKAN Y Youngl100IALABAMI oUl1gbtoodALAImIAN ALABKAN ALABAMI A1 AERAIGNS AItRAIGNSTovcmcnt PARTY PARTYMovement AltTY AltTYIOTemcnt Movement IOTemcnt BCRUII ne n at Birmingham nlrmin Imm De Destroyed DefIItroecl BeitXoyel ¬ stroyed TJccnuac of f Desire to Cap Capture Cnpture Caplure ¬ ture jGoIorcu o1orcd Delegates to the Ile IlepnolicaiL ltcPtlli1 Repulillczui pnolicaiL Ptlli1 cnn National Convention GOJ ConventionThe ConventionTheSouthtecdsVrJcnd TentionTl1e TentionTl1eSouth Tile TileSouth South SouthtecdsVrJcnd 7Vccds ecd81rrlcnd Friend nt atWhi...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

iIjR ii iiI I 2 ¼ THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 19O 1iAi FOR HIS VIFE VIFEr VIFEeorgia r Georgia eorgia Man Tries Unique UniqueWy IhuiqiieWary Wy of Choosing One OneFIXED OneFIXED FIXED UP LIST OP QUESTIONS aUESTIONSFifteen QUESTIONSFifteen Fifteen Women Took the Examlnation Examlna Examlnqlion lion but the Winner Was an Old OldMattl Oldlatil Mattl of Fortythree FortythrecHe He Finally FinallyMarried FinallyMlLrrleil Married n L Pretty Widow Wlio WlioFailed WhnFaIled Failed to Pass PsSlie She Will Cure Him HimAtlanta himAUanta Atlanta OaOcL Ga Oct 3t Tbe vfttage iftag of ofClayton ofClayton Clayton in tWs Stale has settled settl down downagain downagain again after the t1 great civil service rvie ex examination x xIufliflfttIOfl ¬ amination and fld the th charges of favoritism favoritismfraud rorft1lfraud fraud cheating chtIn cribbing and the Ilk Ilkliavc liks likslavc liavc been smoothed over The examina examination eiuInafloii ¬ tion hag proved woved to the young me...

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

THE W WASHINGTON V AS H HLNG I N G T TON ON HE HERALD R A L LD D SUNDAY S U UN N D A Y OCTO OGTQBE OC TG BER BER R 21 2 I 1906 I 906 I Its J Pershil1 Perrhin a J u fifer le1 > 0 of SendI Sen v JV Martenof en 1 jt4mm jt4mmCLINEpINSr j Ydmli YdmliClIN CLINEpINSr CLINEpINSroro ClIN NST i rr HOT oro T v y HAT H4 T extraordinary leaping leapingpowers leapingpowers g gr r Y powers that man must 11UISlhafJe 11UISlhafJefl11 have havef havean f an official at Washington re remarked remarked remarked ¬ marked when Captain John J Ohl1 J Pershing jump jumped jllllipcd jumped ¬ ed into brigadier generals rank over the theheads theheads ther r heads o of 862 senior officers of the army a aweek aceek aseek week or so ago agoAnd agoArzd And so he has or at least leastr r he is a stead steady steadyand sleadta1ld Y Yand and persistent persis persistent C111 climber When lien at West 17 est Point PoiirtGerrerrrl PointGeneral Poi lt ltGelllral General Pershings Pcrslz Pershin zg a athe s splendid l...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

ioF Y H HTHE > THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 I After all why should the remote the theforeign theror9l foreign ror9l the exotic be essential es to the ro romance Mmane r rmance ¬ mance of opera or musicdrama any flY more morethan morothan than to the romance of drama dIIU Why Whyshouldnt Whysbouklnt shouldnt a a twentiethcentury h8DtJethee tury American Americanyoung Americanyoun young youn man ef r the name of Benjamin BenjaminFranklin BenjaminFranktln Franklin Pinkerton wearing a naval uni uniform un 1 1form ¬ form be as eligible for beroship heros lp In an anuptodate anuptodate uptodate Puccini musicdrama as a ayoung ayounc young man of the Jltt fifteenth nth or sixteenth sixteenthcentury sixteenthcentury century wearing earing the costume of bid hI age ageand ageand and bearing an Italian or French or orSpanish orSpanish Spanish name that sounds to us S romantic romanticand romanticand and picturesque because It is foreign and andunfamiliar andunfamiliar unfami...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

r1 r1I f r i I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 1906 5 F 1 CHA CHAT T WITH WI MR IRVING IRVINGBy JR JRL < L I It t By MARIE B SCHRADER 1 < < h fr frIt It was with strangely mingled ml gled feelings feelingstftat feeHnptJlBt fe1ngt1It tftat 1 1 called on the son an n of the greatest greatestgMlucr gFLeSLgshtg eateat eateatlMlUS gMlucr lMlUS of the Bnglish ftgUak stage e Succession Successionso SU Sucee5soflI < eeRlon 18 I so o often a a disappointment even to tothose tothose tothose those Most keenly k nly interested VT The king kingfe khatIe kingi fe i dead Long L9n live the Xingl is i well wellmeant weUnlcnnt wellnie3flt meant and n lagal custom cu tOftl luw h much to do dowith dowith dowith with Its being so but Ute rulers of the thetheatrical thetheatrical thetheatrical theatrical kingdom kinr Om who wish their theirmantles theirmantles theirfl7iafltleg mantles of ermine and cloth of gold to tofall toran toS S fall upon the sitoutders oukJers of ft fvored son s...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

ii iit iiTKE Th I t TH TKE E W WASINGTON A S H I N GTAN H HEItALD E E A LD S SUNDAY U N D A Y 0 OOTOBflt C T 0 B E 211 21 19O6 90 6 I THE CANDIDATE CANDIDATEA A Political Romance CopyzJght 1905 b Harper BrotEcis By Joseph A Altsheler SYNOPSIS PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTERSr CIIAPPJRSJmei Jmei 1adicon Cvynsfiilirty knsw as asJiuie Jiuie aynnt ktt bee at a atIeusl OO OOcutMM cutMM hS JUt brii uIusted as audst 01 iii iiirrty rrty kr the IreSI4ry Yag Hr1eY corTeaod corTeaodent ent of tic ew Ynqt Caaettc 1CNtI1 bd f fra1 ra1 r acrrcs tflS on the otter side of 1 the world fe Iithat MMNKd MMNKdthat that the ywng Uwyw ww from the far We West Westrci law e p pivred ivred rci tnr ti nonin ointinn tion and while Die cheers are ar stfll stfllrinsinc MflInnjii rinsinc nnjii be Ij4 slips Iib from the bali Md ipeedi peed to Cray Crayons Ora Oran ¬ ons n 5 hrirl in the hope of being the first to 18tht a aTV TV DCW news Urayson cad Butojr hire already Met Metujion et etJNfl ujion JNfl frurdly trim cad ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

I 7 7THE I j jTHE t THE 1VASiTINC7ONI3ERALD VAS HI NG3q N lIEJtKLD SUl SLtNDAY I Y OC Gl il 1 ° OBtR 2 I 19O6 19O6a 9 6 0 L 0 0I P 0 0f a f I iUiiU ins Qutrtj Jfrar kt ktI I B for ° Souwntrs17 S hQ JGjmonahlQ JGjmonahlQillomcrn r illomcrn oman an anE rXPQI4 E XPQI4 Qrl Diiaf Diiafof Thtdor of SiIwI JIIWF and andChinam d dhinawdre Chinam hinawdre < ire pry HHEYRE HEYRE THIEVES fi pure 1Jure ire and andsimple alldII II THEYRE simple but what can we do aboutit about aboutftf aboutitf ftf it If I reprimanded re rimallded they the become becomeindignant becomeilldiglimit becomeindi indignant indi Taut and make a scene Being Beira beautiful beautifulwomen beautifult beautifulWOulen women t omell they have the sympathy y yguests o of other otherguests othergllests guests Besides their bill far exceeds the thetheft thethefr thetheft theft and lid we can CQllllgotd calla afford oi d to let them go goThe gon gonThe 8oThe The manager of o a large city hotel stoodr stoodrpartly stood stoodpa...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 21 October 1906

I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OtT oh fU13R OBJKJR O ER 21 i 1906 I iI I Helens Masquerade JsL JsLWhy Party PartyWhy PartyWhy Why it Proved Proy d Such an Immense ImmenseSuccess IlnnleoseSuccess ImmenseSuccess Success t < rHY was Helens Halloween Hmlloweonmasquerade HaUowlOnmaaqu Halloweenmasquerade WHY masquerade maaqu rade par parr such a asuccess aI asuccess success I dont remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat I that she made any an great greatpreparations greatprClMlrations greatpreparations preparations for it remarked her AuntJeifnnette Aunt AuntJsftnnette AuntJnnette Jsftnnette the following Sunday wnen wnenshe wnenshe nen nensbe she stopped on her way home h me from fromchurch fromchurch fromchurch church to chat cbat with Helens mother motherWei motherWe motherWei Wei replied Mrs Graham I Ithink rtldnkltwas Ithink tldnkltwas think it was just because she did not notmake notmake notmake make any great gr t preparations preparations It was wasJust wujUit was wasj...

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