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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

f fd erg y yf d I I Il Ii f I II l I i A1 S Sw D 1 4I 4IVOL w VOL IiI NO 1 VV ASIIINGTON D C SUNDAY MORNING MAY 25 1902 FIVE CENTS A COPY i WHf IIhT l NEXT NEXTA A Patent Medicine Concern In Indorsed Indorsed dorsed by High Officials OfficialsJOURNAL Officialsr OfficialsJOURNAL r JOURNAL CLERK MKEETreasurer MKEE I ITreaaurer Treasurer of the ConcernTile Dfed Dfedicine Ied Iediclne iclne Sellln Selling by W Which lch Lady Agents AgentsIi Aent AentHave Have Ii wo Made fortunes Accordlnato Accordlnatothe According to tothe the Confidential OIrcuhtrs Sent Out Outcures Outcures cures All Syphilitic Diseases and Jmdis andIs is Natura Naturesllealtb health Restorer UestorerHow Restorera RestorerHow a How to become succe8ful and made Independent madependent pendent Is the latest scheme Government Governmentemployes Governmentemployee employee have engaged in One would wouldthink wouldthink think that a Government clerk is not the thehighest 1 1hillhest highest exam example tile of the motto...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

i i I I t fS 1 1i 1SUNDA i SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE W WASTIINGTON WASHINGTON ASI INGTON D 0 I tIiiL1 tIiiL1r r r 0 y t tIt s lr A U UTUftE It TUftE 1 1Sunk t tSank t Sunk by b Whale 14hsleF TV WhaleRIGHT hale haleIGHT IGHT survivors of the sunken sunkenf s1Dkenwhnll11g sunkenwhaling RIGHT F f whaling bark Kathleen of ofM orNew ofNew M New Bedford reached thisport this thisport thisport port to today dny on the steamship steamshipMadlana steamshipMadlan1 steamshipMadlaua Madlana from West Indian ports The Thetale Thetale rhetate tale of wreck which they brought broughtequals broughtua8 broughtequals < equals < ua8 any In the annals annas of those ven venturous ve veurous venfurous ¬ turous urous New England mariners who whomade who whomade whomue made mue famous history years ear3 ago in their theirpursuit theirpursuit theirpursuit pursuit of the biggest fish of the sea seaTheir searIhelr seaTheir Their vessel was wrecked by a whale wbaethey whalethey whalethey they had started a...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

i i 1 1 i fI LIY v SAY Sl NDAY MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON WAS BINGTON D O d dJ J 1 4 I jY 4 r i New York City Box pleats are areamong areamong among Ilmollgthe the features ot the season and andare n andare nd ndare are seen upon many of the latest shirt shirtwaists shIrtwaIst shirtwaists waists Tb The novel and attractive May lay I wOnAN6130Z WOMANS BOX PLEATED SHIRT S1U1iLMaaton SHIRTManton smnrManton Manton model shown exemplifies e emplUles their theiruse theIruse theiruse use and Is admirable for many mate materials marerials materlals ¬ + rials The original is made mad of white whitemercerized whitemercerized whitemercerized mercerized cheviot and is worn with a atie atIe atie tie and belt of black liberty l11 erty satin but butmadras butmncIras butmadras madras chambray percale linen dim dimIty dImIty dimity Ity and the like as wellas flannel alba albatross alblltross alba0sa ¬ tross 0sa taffeta peau de sole and all allwalsting allwnlstlng allu u walsting cloths and silks are a...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

1 I i 1 n pinj pw V I f rIVrV rIVrVSUNDAY 1 SUND4Y SUNDAY Y MORN MORNING NG GLOBE WASHINGTON D 0 e Sunday Morning Globe GlobeI w v J J J LLIOlT I t Editor Iditoromcz Editoromes lUIItorOPTICS OPTICS OF PUBLICATION > > f fJ2t3 123 PENNSYLVANIA PRNNSYIv ANIA AVBNUB A N WWABB2NOTON W WWA8X1MOTOX WWAIMIMOTON WA8X1MOTOX D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUnSOItIPTION CSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES KATESSPcr nATESiPer RATESPer Per annum by mail SLCO SLCOSingle 5a 100 100Sillcle oa oaSingle Single copies 5 is cents centsFor ce ceFor centsFor For sale by all the cty news stands sta and by bythe bythe the newsboys newsboysSCatered newsboYIItatlred newsboyLattred SCatered attred at the Washington D J O c PMtoOceas PMtoOceasi Pesto6 aIMae ce ae aeeecnd a asecondcl i setondcUw secondcl eecnd dau matter natterSUNDAY JRaterSUNDAY matterSUNDAY SUNDAY MAY IA Y 25 lips lipsEmperor 19011Emperor x902Emperor Emperor Williams ilIiams Offer OfferThe Q OfferThe er erThe The offer of the German Bmperorto Emperor t...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

I I I i M I 1 ti tiSUNDA II t STOTDAY S SUNDA AY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON WASm W NGTON D Q IRISH REVELATIONS REVELATIONSThe The Story of the Irish Envoys Envoysin in Washington WashingtonTHE WashingtonTHE WashingtonTHE THE CONSPIRACY CO SPIRACV BUSTED BUSTEDWhich BUSTEDWhlch BUSTEDWhich Which Was Organized By Certain De Designing Desl Designing ¬ sl signing Dlng Individuals to Prevent a aHearing aeorlng aHearing Hearing eorlng For ForMessrs Messrs Redmond Redmondand Redmondand Redmondand and Devlin DevlinThe DevlinI DevlinTho DevlinThe I The Counterfeit Physical Force ForceMen ForcolrIenVho ForceMen lrIenVho Men Men Who Object to the United Irish IrishLeague IrishLea Irishpl pl Lea League ue and the Gauzy Excuses Put PutUp PutUp PutUp Up By These Fellows FeowsLeaders Leaders In Inthe Intile inthe the Peaceful ana aiul Religious Hibcr HibcrnlansTerrlbleFire Bibernlan Hibernians nlansTerrlbleFire nlan nians TerrlbJeFire Eaters Now and andAllies andAllies andMlles Allies of the Clan ...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

I < I r i p j jf1 II IIr f1 r t l SUNDAY SUN AY MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W BC D O SUFFERED 25 YEARS YEARSWith YEARSWith YEARSWith With Catarrh of the StomachPeruna Stomach StomachPeruna SlomachPeruna Peruna Cured In a recent letter to Dr Hartman Con Congressman Consressma1 Congressman ¬ gressman Botkin says gaysSly saysMy saysMy My Dear Doctor DoctorIt It gives me pleasure pleasureto to certify to the excellent curative qualities quali qualities qualities ¬ ties of your our medicines medicinesPerona Peruna and Mana Manalin Manalin Mana1n lin I Have flave been afflicted more or less for fora fora fora a quarter of a century with catarrh of the thestomach thestomach thestomach stomach and constipation A residence in inWashington jnWuhington inWashington Washington boa increased thee trouble troublesA troubleA A few bottles of your our medicine have given givenme givenme givenme me almost complete relief and 1 am sure surethat aurethat surethat that a continuation of them will effec...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

u 1 f f i iJ iSUNDAY j J l lS 1 S SUNDAY I D J Y MORNING GLOBP GLOB WASHINGTON D C < < i Blr Birds < U TVonilarfnl onclotnt Forethouclt ForethoucltIn In a small Connecticut village a pal palI pall pallI > I sparrows made their neat In a tre trotrid treind tren rid n their work on their home wasr wa wat was wast t itched tched with Intereet by many people peopleBetween peopleD peopleBf Between D Bf tween twe > n two wooden factories are j jpond a apond e epond pond and a millrace The water In th thlatter tho tholatter thtlatter < latter runs very swiftly Beside theIpper th thipper the thoJlIper ipper mill and leanIng over tho race racis raco racoIS raceIg IS s a small tree Its branches bending al almost almost almost most to the surface of the waters watersThe watersThe watersThe The Sparrows were noticed notl ed closely eximining o omining ex exmining mining the tree and shortly after thenspectlon th thnspectlon the thenspecUon < nspectlon they were seen constru...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 25 May 1902

1 < I p + w da4i w a I I r G I 1S SUNDA S UN DAY Y MORNING LOBE WASHINGTON D G IJ p r I HERE IIEREShE SHE IS ISA ISA A Model n of Paintohs Great VInyention Invention the thei theEM t i s EM EMPIRE PI R E EXPRESSAFLOAT EXPRESSAFLOATPurthor X PRE S SAFLOAT SAFLOATl1urthor l1urthor IntbrmatiOI1 of the Inventor Inventorand Inventorand and the tho InventionNow Boforo tllC tllCNaval tbCNaval Naval Committee of tho HousoThe HousoTheJIolland ifousoTheIloUand JIolland Company Using Ills Blco Blcotrio Illeetrio trio Motive Power and Compound OompoundWail CompoundWall Wail Etc EtcRichard 0 Richard B Palnton tIle inventor is cer talnlya talnly a remarkable type of Jobnny Bun He Is a h he most placid mild mannered and andgood andgood good natured man who hu ever been rob bed disap disapvoiated oil1ted and deceived His good goodtlature goodnalnre tlature fairly bubbles over when talking in ineasy Ineasy easy almost childish pleasantry of this big rich government using a portion of ofhis his gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

> < i 1 > > d b I IL YI Ar ArL nnwullYNaMILA = Juww i J rl oi d jMjaNiki jMjaNikiefc L 4 4I IMa = uaidrseit 1 = N M + n sw + wir + w + raala raalaf raalaI + I 1 efc efcI i if iVOL f I SUNDAY I I Vr 1 V VVOL G LOBE f VOL III NO NO5 5 WASHINGTON W D C Cu SUNDAY y MORNING JUNE 1 1902 FIVE FIVE CENTS CENTS A COPY f I COMEDY IYOF OF ERRORS ERRORSIn I Is In yJhich Which Donatus OBrienI OBrient OBrien OBrienEnacts t I i fnacts Enacts the Stellar RoleRiE RoleTE Role RolefcfECEPTION fcfECEPTION RiE TE CEP PT T ION I 0 N OF A LORD LORDThe LO LORDf R P PTb f Tb The Sldesplittlnjr Sitio sp1ltt1ng Narrative or Beres Beresfords Beresford4lleotptlon fords 110 ford4lleotptlon rd 8ReQ Reception PtlOD by DonatusOBrlcn DonatusOBrlcnHis Donatu OBrien OBrienoHIA OBrienI I His Recent Critlcismsof Criticisms of Dr Staf Stafford Stafford StatI ¬ I ford and the Muddle lie Has Got Gotten Oatt Gottea tea ten t a the Committee Into IntoPoor Poor Do Donatus Donatue Donatue natus natue a Pecks Bad Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

I3PlSfpf1 < ftSyffiftw 1 y SUNDAY I MORNING TOT NINC GLOBE 1 SEINGTON D C T V J Jur tEri ur dp dpMuster I If f e I IIJunter p r Hunter IJunter frightfully 1rh btful1 Mangled Man le1 and nd Torn TornTT TomDATTLE TornBATTLE TT BATTLE to the loath bare barehanded handed with a ferocious das dBSperntely dosperately A perately wounded leopard a nbattle abattle < J battle that ended with thehunter the thebnnter hunter ripped and torn from head to toValst toWaist waist until the flesh hung In sheds shedsand and the red blood flowed in torrents torrentsbut torrentsInit torrentsbait but that ended in victory for the man manae us 9 the huge vicious beast gasped its Itstnst Itslast last choked to death Is the tale that thateame thatmime eame from South Africa the other day dnywhen daywhen when Captain Tack Hazard shipped shippedto to his home in the States a gigantic giganticleopards gigantickopards leopards skin skinCaptain Captain Hazard Is a retired officer of otthe ofthe the English ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

I I r Ir I 1 11 Vl V Vi i s sr sSDAY 1 r 1 1I I SUNDAY l DMORNING MORNING GLQygE WASHINGTON D DO 1 I o f 43i 43it i t M Air S Sti ti t New York CltyGreen and black blackpolkn blackpalko blackpolka polka dot chnllle is used fbr this thlslilt st stylish stylishwaist 1ll1 llh llhwaist 1 1wulst waist with saffron lace for collar and andwristbands nUl nUlwristbands antiwrhtbands wristbands The smnrt stock and tie also the narrow belt are of black blacksatin blnctBntIn blacLsatin satin BntInThe satinThe satinThe The waist Is mounted on a glove glovefitted gloefitted glovefitted fitted eatlierboued f lining that closes closesIn closoIn closesIn In the back The challio is drawn drawnsmoothly drawnsmoothly drawnsmoothly smoothly across the lining la It the back backand bacl11I1 backsad and 11I1 under the arms The closing clo lng is ismade Ismnde ismade made with out jet buttons buttonsTwo buttonsTwo buttonsTwo Two deep pleats extend from shoul shoulder shouldel shoulder ¬ der to waist wulati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

rr rrY SUNDAY Y MORNING c GLOBE k WASHINGTON D DO 0 H SuriayMorring Sdrtany I y Atornirig MnrrthlgCil Globe GlobeVT be beI VT v J ELLIOTT I I I Kdltur KdlturOFFICE J lidttorOu1ICE dltr dltrOFFICE OFFICE OP oPronuCArloY PUBLICATION PUBLICATIONI3Z3 PUBLICATIONJ23 I3Z3 PENNSYLVANIA PR SYLVANlA AVENUE AVE t N W WWASHINGTON WW WWABHII4OTON WASHINGTON W I D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUnSCItIPTIOS CSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES KATESPer 1t1JSPer RATESPer Per annum num by wail 200 200Single IC ICSlurt zoaSingle Single copies 5 cents centFor centsFor centsFor For sale by all the city tJ news stand and by bythe bythe bythe the newsboys newsboysEntered 11bo 11boIhatered newsboysatered Entered atered at the Washington wu1aI otl D C retofliccu retoflicculecancI Ibetot6eeaseecondcssS P t office as assecondclass secondclass lecancI matter matterSUNDAY matterSUNDAY matterSUNDAY SUNDAY JUNK I i IIr tyoe tyoeMr oe oeMr Mr Ir Norris orrls und Demoornoy DemoornoyIt It Is a serious disadvantage from the thepre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

Ii I Ii p I j iI v vi vI vSuNDAY rV vnnuwwwmoavmrryu rv rvt w i I t SuNDAY MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON D + EVANS RULINGS RULINGSAnd RULINGSt I t And the Irregular Decisions DecisionsWhich DecisionsWhi DecisionsWhich Which Whi h Beat Claimants ClaimantsDAVIS ClaimantsDAVIS ClaimantsDAVIS DAVIS REVERSES HIM HIMBut HIMnot HIMu u But the Cunnine Enemy of tho thoVeteran thoVetelan theVeteran I Veteran Had More Twists and andTurnJnjza nndTurnings andd d Turnings Than a Pox ioxrbo The Millions MillionsWhich 111I1Ion8Which MillionsWhich Which tho Hanna Syndicate Stole Stolefrom Stolefrom Stolefrom from the r Old Soldiers Their TheirWidows TheirVldows TheirWidows Widows and aill Orphans for Ship ShipSubsidies ShipAubsldlc Ship8ubsldled Subsidies 8ubsldledi 8ubsldledWithin AubsldlcWithin SubsidiesWithin i Within the th last two weeks the Civil Ser Service Service Service ¬ vice Commission has been investigating investigatingthe the pension bureau under ex Commissioner CommissionerH H Clay Evans ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

Ii SUNDAY MORNING MORN12 G GLOBE WASHIHG WASmNGTON WASm GToN DO i r STUDY OF THUNDERSTORMS LIGHTNING STROKES IN VARIOUS VARIOUSPARTS VARIOUSPARTS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY COUNTRYNo No One Has Yet Devised a Special SpecialMethod SpecialMethod SpecialMethod Method of Protection For Man In InThunderstorm InThunderstormWhy inThunderstormWhy Thunderstorm ThunderstormWhy Why so Few Light Lightning Lrghtnlng Lightning ¬ ning Strokes S rokes Fall In the Cities CitiesProbably CItiesProtmbly CitiesProbably Probably no other scientific subject subjectaas subjectQIlS subjectaas aas so much interest for the general generalpublic generalpubUc generalpublic public as that of meteorology The Thework Thework Thework work of the Weather Bureau ia watch watched watched watched ¬ ed more closely than that of any other otherdepartment otherdepartment otherdepartment department of the Government and andscarcely andscarcely nd ndaeareely scarcely a newspaper reader falls to tosee tosee tosee see what it has t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

q Ic Icj i 0 0j iiIYw i j j I XIf SUNDAY S NDA y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON D a d t I r HOSPITAL SECRETS SECRETSA I A Nurse Says Peruna is a aTonc aTonIc aof TonIc of Efficiency MRS KATE XA TE TAYLOR TAYLORMrs TAYLOR21r8 YLOR YLORJlrs Mrs Kate Taylor a graduated graduatedinurac gra gradsitt gradsittflI48C duntd duntdnurso inurac nurso of prom inence gives gfve h hef er ex exporicncoiolth eaporcnco oxpcrciico poricncoiolth porcnco ioltli lt Peruna in n an 4 open opentetter OpCflIOf opo opototter totter IOf Her position in society societyand soelel soelelttncl 8OCo1yfla and fla professional standing com comlfcwo comb cornbLio lfcwo bLio b o to gtvo special prominence prominenceto to o her utterances utterancesCHICAGO utterancesCHICAGO UtterancesJ J CHICAGO HICAGO ILL 427 Monroe 1I nroe St S SLM SLMar As AsJ Ja Jafar CHICAGO C J far ar as I have observed Peruna is isthe i iIho ii iithf the finest tonic any man or woman can use usewho nsewho j who is weak from from the after effects of an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 1 June 1902

1 1SUNDAY SUNDAY MORNING MORN LNG GLOBE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON0 D 0 1 IAJOR SYL SYLVESTER SYLVESTERHere VESTER VESTERHere Here is a Letter Addressed to toYou toYou You by Mr Raymond RaymondA A SUPPRESSED BROCHURE BROCHUREJUr JUr Raymond Gavot Glvosthc tits Major ajor n Iartlall Hartl Hartlall all Down and nofors to High Highlinks 1Jh 1JhJlnks links In ouisvilleHe Also Tolls Tollsow Tollstow tow ow 111 IlIIscomoo JotJod the thoUciulatlons theRegulations Regulations by Keeping Inspeotor Inspeotor1shlbrtl Inspeotorlshfbrd 1shlbrtl Drunk Whloh Vhloh If Un Untruo Untruois rue rueIs Is Ltbollous Lncllousand and If T Tine ue Calls for forthat forthat that that Ofnocra mccrs Scalp Scali1r ScalpMr 1r jibertd Raymond addressee addresses Major MajorRichard IajorRicbard Richard Sylvester ylvester tbcffoUowing the following open letter letterthcprecnt letterthe the thcprecnt ° present week and tbreatenttto to flood the tbem themarket m market rltet with 27000 copies of a brochure brocburewht broc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

c r rIP IP fF fFI SuNDAYJkiGLOBE SuNDAYJkiGLOBEc I I l i J 1 VOL III IIIyO NO 6 WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY MORNING JUNE 81902 8 1902 FIVE I CENTSACO CENTS A COPY i iI j c BRUTALTREAT BRUTAL TREAThIET TREAThIETOf IENT IENTor Of the Children at the Indus Industrial Industrial Industrial trial Home School SchoolCOULDNT SchoolCO SchoolCOULDNT COULDNT CO U LON T SAY BUSTLE BUSTLELittle BUSTLELittle BUSTLELlttlo Little Guy Knott IuotR Who Couldnt Pro Pronounce Ironounce PlODounce nounce the Word Bustle Shockingly Shockingly Shock ShockJngly ingly WhippedA Whipped Vh IPledA A Place of Torture Tortureand Tortureaud Tortureand and Horror Under the Ohlldless ChildlessCouple OhlldlessCouIlellr 4 Couple CouIlellr Mr and Mrs E McCnslin McCnalinMrs McCnslinMrs lUcCa lln llnlUrs Mrs Kate Black Reports the Facts Factsto Factsto Factsto to the Humane Society SocietyThe SocietyThe SocietyThe The Industrial Home School for boys and andgirls anJgirls antit t girls of the District of Columbia is being btingc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

q V fr rftr f 41 I I SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W D O L ilALltSrfj 1 1I r I r J J r C 1 1LUftklv LUftklv I i lA J tr trIWRIJ = IWRIJ IWRIJr IWRIJFht It ItFlght r Fish With a Grluly Grlu1 Bear Bearr BearW r HE Hon J H HarrIs famous famousIn fnmousjn famousin Bear t t In this section as a cattle kingbunter king W 1 hunter and raconteur has had hadperhaps hadperhaps hadperhaps perhaps as many thrilling and andtabbreadth andIlaJrbreadth andlhahbreadth tabbreadth escapes as any anyone one In Men Menana ltontann Mondann tann ana says sny a 8 writer In the Anaconda AnacondaStandard AnacondaStandard AnacondaStandard Standard The half of them wouldSill would wouldfill fill a large volume but I will give one oneas oneas oneas as It was told to me It Is one relating relatingn an n experience that he had Jl d in the early earlyBays earlydays arly arlyiayS Bays In the Highwood Mountains Mountainsgive M unh ns I IlYe Igive give lYe it here herein In the thewords words of Mr Harris HarrisBB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

I SUNDAY s AY MORNING MOI tl G GLOBE LRE WASHINGTON WlRrII GTON Ik QgQi L M I New York City OltySheer Sheer white organ organflle organIe ergonHie t flle Ie la used for this attractive dresswith dress dresswith dresswith with ecru lace ace for trimming It Is Islined Islined istined lined throughout with fine white lawn FAKOT J rL lcT M WAIST WITH GATHERED GATnE UED ED SKIRT SKIRTwhich SItInrwhlth SSIRTwhich which is preferred to taffeta this senaaf sen senojn seaOlm ojn lit costumes for young girls girlsThe girlsThe girlsTha The foundation of the waist Is a fittedbody fitted fittedbody fin all allboily body lining which closes In the centre centrehack centreback centreback back and Is faced with inserted tuuk tuuktng tuukwg tuuktug tug to a n round yoke depth depthThe depthThe depthThe The full front and backs are gathered gatheredat at the upper and lower edges and ar arranged arranged orranged ¬ ranged to outline the yoke They Theyblouse Theyblouse Theyblouse blouse stylishly over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

i r raj raji rajr0 i r Jr r i r0 7 7BUNDA SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W D O CL Sunday Morning Globe GlobeVf Vf v a T ELLIOTT i J KdUor 1h1RorOFFICE KdUorOFKICK Etlltqron OFFICE on ICE OF PUBLICATION 1223 PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLVA IA AVENUE N W WWASHINGTON WWAIHINClTOoJ WwAXZNQTON WASHINGTON D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUBSORIPTIOJ CSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES KATESJer Rr1I RATESPer < S SPer Per annum by n mail mailSiagk U USingle IIOQ IIOQSiuK1e < Single copies 5 cents centsFor ceDtsFor centsFor For sale by all the city ty news stands and by bythe bytbe bythe the newsboys newsboysEntered newsbovlIE newsboysEntered E Entered tered at the Washington ft n C Co Pastoflke as asfeeenUctes 1111leoenlle1a1llJ assesa4 sesa4 feeenUctes class ni matiHSUNDAY matter matterSUNDAY ittsr ittsrSUNDAY SUNDAY JUNK 8 iqoo iqooManila 11jOQHautUI Igocilanua Manila or Itoosevclt RoosecHVhloh RoosecHVhlohThe RooseveltWhiollThe Which1 Which1The The Republican party is presenting two twostrong twostrong ...

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