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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

I THE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TON HERALD H R A L D J SUNDAY SUN DAY J FEBRUARY F EB 1t U AR Y 17 1907 lis lisI u uI I I t WkbLSTREET ATL STREET NOTES NOTESTraders IOTESTraders Traders Entirely Satisfied Satisfiedwith SatisfiedvitllllIarkets Satisfiedwith with vitllllIarkets Markets Actions ActionsSLOW ActionsBLOW ActionsSLOW SLOW ADVANCE ANTICIPATED ANTICIPATEDnrBc Inrc nrBc Interests Bclilnd Beli hid Upward UpwardMovement Ulnnrll310el11ent ViisvnrilMovenient Movement Keep Shorts from Neces XcceJlslty Necessity eces ecesF ecesE1t3 ¬ F sity of Covering Coerln In Lively Fn Fnsh FnshionStronJelllt PaMhionStrongeiit h hion ion ionStronJelllt Strongest Feature of Yester Yesterdays Yc Yeterdnys ter terdnTs ¬ days Session Was VaN Canadian Pacific PacificNew PnelficNew PacificNew New York Ten H The traders tradersthought tradersthought tderithought thought the bank bs k statement a a rather col colored colored colored ¬ ored affair and nd such of them a had hadcounted hadeounted Iia1eounteil ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

i iiiL TiT iiii 14 THE TH WASHINGTON HERALD ERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 THE rtfl MANS STORE STOREOfficial STOREOfficial STOREOfficial Official Weather 1Veathe Report ReportFair Fair today and tomorrow tomorrowpces iomorrowTh tomorrowpn pn Th Bunch unch of Overcoats OvercoatsWe We Added to theHalf the theI I Half Price Sale SaleHave Have given the sale a fresh freshimpetus freshimpett1s freshirnpetus impetus The selection is isbetter isbetter is isbetter better than ever and youvaIlt you youwant youwant want to be here first thing thinglonday thingV V V V Monday Londay LondayV Londaymorning morning to pick picka a nice Coat C6 V t at Half Price PriceVoSs V 1500 Overcoats 750 VoSs V 1650 1850 Overcoats Overcoats 2EE 2EEV 925 825 V VV V 2000 Overcoats 1000 1000V 1000Ovcrcoats V V 2500 Overcoats 1250 V V V 3000 Overcoats 1500 1500V V V 3500 Overcoats 1750 1750V V V V V V t 4000 Overcoats 2000 2000V V V 4500 Overcoats 2250 2250Suits 2250Suits 2250V V V V Suits at Half Hal PriceThe Pric...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

jTo CI Part Partages HERALD BALD rS S Second 1 1WAS C Part PartPages PartS PartWA5HINGTOND > econd Pap ages CItPr1 1 to tPr1 8 THE WASHINGTON J HI P Pages O 1 to 8 8WASHINGTON I S WASHINGTON WAS WA5HINGTOND HI N G TON TONJ TOND J D C SUNDAY FlU N DAY I FEBRUARY FE B R U A R Y 17 1 7 1907 Prize art a t exhibition exhibitionOpens Prize Prize art exhibition exhibitionOpens exhibitionOpens exhibitionOpens R Beginning Tomorrow Open 8 a m Close 6 p m Saturdays 9 p m m8th Opens tomor tomorrow tomorKow w Opens tomorrow tomorrowJhl2 tomorrowI tomorrow20POOO tomorrowSTS 8th ST STaPAAvc STaPAAvcTHE Br PA AVE AVEl AVEyards THE BUSY CORNER I t 20POOO l yards of f laces and embroideries on sale at atprices atprices prices below Jhl2 ll what youll fliff a If buy HH for Tf again againOf prices oiow you j youOf n nj ever uuy lor lorOf Of course you can get laces and embroideries at the same figures figuresbut but youll never get these qualities at these prices again And what whata wh t ta a sale ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

w T TTHE I I 2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY BItUARY 17 1907 THE WORLD OF BOOKS BOOKSBY BY HECTOR FULLER H teaks lam w ast ostfcely uIIi osased to IeOIl to draas draasthe 4IISIt OIl the t BBWhtt M lartinihm SilhI luniHI eoattwafa it itis ItDOt t tnot is not heeaiw 1IIe41 they thu u aN sOB d LIIIJH ir niaint afUt tr trold tbe tbeold th thold old recipes IIdl fur f every eir aaotaoHBTI putheyIbieaskars 1 MM emy emybeotaakeri MW7r beotaakeri r upptod wfth wDt1IaemrK KIIBCTI aad aa flaws awd awdUBCtarec audo UBCtarec of o hi I own K H HA Stoddatd StoddatdA A book which should be hailed by byAmerican byAmerican byAmedean American literary men with some delight delightis is The American Scene by Henry HenryJames HenryJama HenryJamta James which the Harpers Issued during duringthe durinthe durfn durfnthe the week The volume is the result of ofMr oCMr ofirr Mr irr James recent revisit t to this county countythe eouutythe countythe the land of his birth It was Henry HenryJames HeRr H...

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

i i I ITHE 3 THE WASHINGTON HEBALD H RALDJ SUNDAY J FEBRUARY FEBlt U AR Y 17 J 1907 IRELANDS BIG FAIR FAIREmerald FAIRFn1elalcl FAIRr r 1 1Brie Emerald Brie raltl Isle to Open Ex ExMbition ExJ1i Exl1 l1 Mbition J1i bitioii itioll in iulIay iulIayp May MayEXCEL MayT0 T0 p EXCEL FORMER DISPLAYS DISPLAYSProducts DISPLAYSProd DISPLAYSProducts Products Prod ct of Her Handicraft and Re Resources He HeKonrccK Resonrces sources to Be Shown in Connection Connectionwith Connectionwlth Connectionwltlt with Those Tho e of All Other Rations RationsExposition NntIonsDxpodtlon lationsltxpoaltlon Exposition to Be Held In Dublin DublinNext Dublincxt DublinNest Next cxt Summer SnmmerSltc Site Admirable AdmirableIMMt Admirableo AdmirableFeb IMMt Fee o JaThe Irish h International InternationalItxfcJtokion lJIternat10nalwhich Internationalwhich ItxfcJtokion which is to be held hi Dublin Dublindvrtag Dublinthe Dublindllslsg dvrtag the summer of the year 1WT 1 had hadits badita hadits its inception at a l...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

w T 1 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 I OCI e e XCEPT as s regards the official officialfunctions omCI81functJoRs offlcialfunctiosis functions at th the Whits AVbU FJdte House Houseand HouleaJMl Houheand EXCEPT and the regular weakly athomes athomesof of the Cabinet Ito houeeo nouMt th the com ooming comtng cornIng ing of Ash Vednea4ay has had no appre appreciable appreciable appieclable ¬ ciable effect on society Dinner partiec partieccontinue partIMcontinue irUecontinue continue as numerous ag a ever and quite quiteas quiteas quitea as a important while whll th the coming of two twonew twonew twonew new ambassadors a and two new Cabinet Cabinetfficers Cabinetqmcers Cabinetmcers qmcers fficers all in the o one month will be an anincentive anIkcenttvs n nI I Ikcenttvs incentive cenU to still more extanstve efttartata efttartataing eateltal1lln etrtaIuing ing ln Mrs Roosevelt has set the Cushion Oft of ofsmall ofsmaU ofsmall small theater tht parties aurteg 4u1is the ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

S I I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAYS FEBETTAEY FEBRU AR Y 17 1907 5 1 CLOTH CLOTIIILL WILL PREVAIL PREVAILA PItEYAILApproach PREVAILApproach Approach A lproacll of Spring DOGS Not NotTempt NotrleIllJ NotTeniit Tempt t Average A Mnge Woman WomanHGHS Vv 0111a11 0111a11If oniaiiMGHT If IfLIGHr HGHS GRAY VOGUE INDORSED IimORSEDMrs Mrs niihn Root Apuenrs in Gorgooas GorgooasCreation GorgconHCreation CorgeouNCreation Creation of Favorite Shade ShatloInel ShatloInelIsnlJel1n ShadeLady ShadeLadylSgleIlft Lady LadyIsabella Isabella Howard aioilel Continue Continueailss CORtnmeJIbs CostumeMis JIbs Mis India Bell Fleming Displays DisplaysSome DhillaTSSome DisplaysSome Some Styles from Paris ParisNotwithstanding ParIHNotwfthstaadlnc Paristhe Notwithstanding the alluring offers offe of ofhome ofhome oChome home and visiting modistes who are dally dallydisplaying allydlsplalng dillydisplaying displaying the newest neweat creation of linen linenand 1IIIenand linenand and lace straw and flowe...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

L I j 6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 I vJ F r Fortunes ai o 4T tunes Which WhichDIsappeared WhichDIsappearedWealth Disappeared Disappearedt t CJi S A nnp LI JL JLWealth IJ veil ji rpff vAA vAAA Wealth Dissipated by Those Who Have Inherited It Men who accumulate great fortunes are aregenerally areguera117 aregeerlly generally and justly credited with work working workIBg workIng ¬ ing much harder than the average of oftheir oftheir oftheir their fellows They also do a lot ot of ofpractical ofpractical ofpractical practical hard thinking U < in the course of oftheir oftheir oftheir their fortune building buildingBut buIIcJtnaEut buildingPut But the fortune builder has bit only begun begunhis bunhI n nhis his hI task when he has got his jnonef monei to together to toether together ¬ gether ether He must then plan and work to tokeep tokeep tokeep keep it together not only during his life lifetime litetim lifetIm ¬ time tim but after death since he h knows knowsfrom k...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

uIII < TEE T WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 19O 7 u u u V at a Foreign Courts CO CourtsLent Its Itsai Ifr ai BY SX SXATTACHE TTACHE TTACHEJt Jt JtIf If l Lent DO o kmsA 10 i v vI r with withOM wthOld withOld Old World royah at t the th courts courtsof C8U1tor C0tof of Madrid 4rId Muni Mu tn and St st Pe PeterstenK Pe Pete P0It terstenK te g it has etased ased to be bemeans b observed by bymeans bYBeans means of fasting fastl The days tIa day when Queen QueenElisabeth QueenE1Iabeth Elisabeth not only issued lssu d prtvy vy vydeCre8 council councildecrees councildecr decrees decr s but likewise secured from Par Parliament ParJjanlt Parhiaflient ¬ liament Jjanlt n t the enactment of statuta provid providing providIng providIng ¬ ing divers dh rs pains pcb and penalties for those thoseeating t teating thoeeeating eating meat on fish dIns are past and andgone andgout andgotw gone and are as completely relegated to tooblivion tooblivion tooblivion oblivion as ig are the laws...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY FEBltU R Y 17 1907 1007ass 1907If 1907If If You Want High Class ass Domestic Help Advertise in The Washington Heraldlc HraldicaWord aWord Herald Branch Offices OfficesWant OfficesWant Want ads ds for the Herald may be beleft beJeft beleft left at any of the following branch branchoffices branchoffices branchoffices offices and will be promptly for forwarded forwarded forwarded ¬ warded to the main office officeGOLDBNBBRGSIaronaatfOB officeGOLDBmBRG5ll officeBu GOLDBmBRG5ll GOLDBNBBRGSIaronaatfOB onutton Boreau BoreauSIMPSONS B BSUu BuSIMPSONS SIMPSONS SUu SONS PHARMACY Cor C Tth It at R n I aTe amart aTeaDd ateand art It it it BW BWCYCLB awcrCLB w wCYCLE CYCLE COMPANY COl1PA r Ith th and L sis M aw awDONX awDONN 1 1DONN DONN SANFORBS 8L POmYS PHARMAOY OK r N X Xave Yaft L LtT ave tT and a d North OapKol 4tn4 at lit atOUNSTONS aw awJOHNSTONS BWJO JOHNSTONS JO NSlOXS PHARMACY PHAI UCr Btl N J aye HW HWKANN aws nwS s KANN KA SONS CO lanxiBatiiM l...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

I Fb Third Pag Pages 1 lto8 Part PartPages to 8 T THE BE WASHINGTON WAS WASHINGT HI NGTON ON HERALD H E R AL D F Third Pages Pag lro8 lro8W 1 Part PartPages PartPag to 8 8WASHINGTON I WASHINGTON W D C SUNDAY FEBRUARY FEER U AR Y 17 1907 I ¼ Medal edal Nof of ofHonor Honor Ivian IvianBrig Man ManBrIg fan Brig Gen John M Wilson I When Vh s speak smks not MM a aY ottfew ottfewY akMRy Y < M tnd d han fwe s a aaMkc aaMkcTo thWIaNL thWIaNLTo To the th distinction of having won great greatfame grs2fame j jfame fame on the field of battle oC having havingserved haviaeserved havingserved served in the army of the United States for forfortysix orfortyx forfortyaix fortysix long years Gen John M Wilson Wilsonadds Wllttonadds WInonadds adds the glory oC having so m served in civil civillife civill1fe clviilife life that he stands today to 1ay < one of t the themost lhemost themost most prominent and re respected iected citizens cltt of ofthe ort ofY Y the t th District DWtt tOf of C Colum...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

I J C 2 THE WASHIKGTGH HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 BEAT FAT OUT GAMBLERS GAMBLERSH01V GABLERS GABLERSITow How Cotton Planters Forced Forceda ForcedPail a Pair to Disgorge DisgorgeCROOKED DisgorgeOROOKED DisgorgeCROOKED CROOKED WORK POUND OUT OUTLanky OUTIank OUTLnnky Lanky Iank Arkansan Put Up n LitHe WttJeGsuuo LitHeGamc Litt2cwith Gsuuo with Six Shooters S1100t 1J11 That Wns Wnsu Wu Wua us usn u 3Ioncy Ion on Saver SncrA A Vreekeout Bluff BluffQuickly Bluffulukl BluffQuickly Quickly ulukl Called and aut ait Powr P Fir4qes Jllges Aoes Were WereLocated WereLocated YoreLocatCll Located Up thc Sharks Sleeve SleeveIn 5IceeIn SleeveIn In the palmy days dy of steamboaitng teazboittu tbere therewere tberewere tberewere were some palatial Ual gambling mbftn bouses which whichwere wblchwere whichWere were run on houseboats They plied the tbeintend theInd the1flnd intend streams stopping atopJl C for days day and andweeks aadweeks andWeeks weeks at points where the territory was waspromis...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

s I j THE WASHINGTON WAS H IN G TON HERALD SUNDAY PEBBTJABY FEB B U A Jl Y 17 1 7 1907 3 i 1 1flirnu 1flirnub 1flirnuMillioiis ntJFI JJUl iil11J1ilil1 s sMillions b Millions Shipped from Maine MaineDuring MaineDuring MaiiioDuring During the Will Wiiitcr WiiitcrROW inter interEOW ter terROW ROW ANIMALS AN ± MALS ARE CAPTTJBED CAPTTJBEDCanjfht OAPTUREDCnUAbt OAPTURECaught Caught In Snares Frozen tind Sent Sentio Sentto io Ularlcet In Barrels DnrrclHYoUnIHtcr DnrrclHYoUnIHtcrTnJe Bnrre1NYoungsterTake Yonnjjsters YonnjjstersTake Take Part In the Work orlt Which WhichFurnishes WhichFurnIshet blch blchFuruiHhe Furnishes Occupation to Many ManyFrench UanyFrench InnyJrenc11 French Canadians and Others OthersMaine OtJaer8Mable Ot1ier Ot1ierp p Maine Is shipping ItIOJJJ 1 0KO dead haree hareeevery hareIevery bz bzevery every year and eating 1MMM 1 more mud mudyet andyet nti ntiyet yet the supply 0011 of live hare barBil is Mid to be beconstantly beconstanUy becontnUy constantly increasing acc...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

TiI w I J JI I 4 IKE TH WASHINGTON WASHINGTONERALD HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 H 17H I N the opinion of a good many Wash Washington WItSbJncton WAShI ¬ IN I ington admirers of Richard RC1s Mans Mansfield 1faMfteJcl Mussheld ¬ field that actor Is wasting wau himself himselfartistically him8elCarU IIIns IIInsart1tkfly artistically arU tlcalIy by playing such suds It pieces as asPeer asPeer asPeer Peer Gynt Ne N doubt It to a work of ofhigh orhleb ofblgb high merit from the literary standpoint standpointbut staD standpoIntbut p tntbut but It is I decidedly unsatisfactory as a an anacting anae anacting acting ae ft drama dnu It te too diffuse e it at attempts Attemp attempts ¬ tempts temp to cover too much ground the thehuman thebu thehuman bu human interest m In it is not great rt and andabove aDdabove andabOve above all it is allegorical The fact that thatIbsen thatIbiIeII that1be Ibsen 1be in his maturer yea made no nofurther nofurtHi nofurther further assays eay m III that line s...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

5 < SHE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY FEBR RY 17 1907 5 MUSIC JH USIC AND A ND MUSICIANS MUSICIANSpews M USICIA NS NSy y pews t ewsof of the t he Makers of Melody in Churches Churchesand Chuf les lesand and in Concert 4 Ur Hetet He Heb r Mays X7 fine baM voice was washeard wubeard washeard heard to advantage last Sunday morn morning moraInK mornfns ¬ InK at St St Matthews Church He sang a amotet aJ110tet ametcet motet by J i1no ano at U tile offertory oflertoryMl38 offertoryMiss 01J 01JMLss Miss McCall will w I be heard b M in a a Mto at atthe atthe atthe the Mrst 8t Presbyterian Church tonight tonightAt tonlebtAt tonlghLAt At St Johns Church today to 7 the maskwUl mute mutewill III IIIwill will be something special on account of ofLent oCr ofLent Lent r lIi At the morning service will be heBUB beBun beguns Bun guns the Benedicite in A fiat l b bthe by byWise > y yWise Wise the offertory anthem will be 0 0God O OOotl 0Ood God Who Hu Ha Prepared by Baker and andthere aadthe...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

= r 6 THE WASHINGTON WASHIN HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 1907 THE CANDIDA CANDIDATE CANDIDATEA TE TEAPolitical APolitical A Political Romance lCePYTil1t ceir 1005 by Uarper Br Brethen efl By Joseph A Altsheler S1 sYYorisis OJ1SIs rRBOIJI PJ1CriIG PJ1CriIGJrmy G CSptJEn CSptJEnJi Jimmy Ji rnm rrarMB ra ll ts tM Sal dIuk xi bine of a natiwl thaPt thaPt1ft1tiiI tosritTtivil wav wavw 1ft1tiiI w t ii is noateatai ell for the Lb PuiMrnry P4eTieYth Hark Harkthe 1I1IIkJ 1I1IIkJthe the th crnrspewleut lrIT i reudeiit JXudeut of the tI New Yofk fetette Uszetteflrt to Ute IkeBru UteIIr Bru IIr t to tril tf the t rtmttifritt die good sod ven ws Ue HecoupaJ UsCupaica ae aearuijaiir aruijaiir coupaJ fl ibe LC Urajrwm Gaji ns to their tk Western home aat aatnsrets azda adts a nsrets 0tS ts Jraywmi raytonJ rsyson nfeor n Sylria SIrt Mwpa 1f The two are areanailyattracttd artmtnaily re rett mtnaily tt unaily anailyattracttd attracted On the night d UMIWNS great greatpicU patp gieatap p picU cb c1 Syhia...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

F w r I ITEE THE WASHINGTON HERALD 1t R LD SUNDAY TEBETTARY 17 171907 1907 7 I I COFFEE AND DIVORCE DIVORCECONFESSIONS DIVORCECONFE DIVORCECONFES1ONS I CONFESSIONS CONFE SlONS OF A DEBUTANTE DEBUTANTEBY BY HELEN J ROWLAND ROW u ND I I i I wonder wondHa said 11 Kitty parsing up uptips Uplips nef neflips lips and wrinkling her forehead thought thoughtfully t thoubttuft7 bt btrunt ¬ fully what bat were Wen the real grounds tor torthat tortJutt forthnt that divorce divorceCoffee dlvOfteCoffee dlvoreer dlvoreerCotTee Coffee grounds perhaps I hosarded hosardedor or o burnt chops or cold omelet omeletKittys O omeletKltty 1elet 1eletKIUs Kittys Kltty g dimple appeared ap appered red like a sunbeam 2lunbeamburstinlr aunbeambursting sunbeambursting bursting from frou the t clouds of thought thoughtOr thoughtOr thoughtOr Or cold kisses she added or hot hotwords hotwords hotwords words or lukewarm compliments complimentsWe comdtmentsWe We had been reading of the MaiUand MaiUandversus MaUJandver...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 17 February 1907

H e THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 7 1907 I 1 I It I9E 9E r rw t i ABROAD ABROADSYM SYM 0 U R EATO N illustrfled by R K CU LYE The Bears dre dressed MCd up In Jell kilts to and nn plaid and everything the hirers 11 had THE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTBEARS ROOSEVELTBEARS ROOSEVELTBEARS BEARS ABROAD ABROADby iGJr CeP1 tt 17 by Seymour Eaten Ea AH rights reservedIIITFIE reserved reservedHI reservedIIITHE IIITHE HI THE BEARS IN IRELAND IRELANDWhen IRELANDiWhen IRELANDt IRELANDWhen t When Dublin Castle door swu swung c wide widea wiDeA widehid hid A a M let the two Bears get et outside outsideSaid outSideS outsideSaid Said S id TEDDY TEDDYG G to the keeper keeperWho stin stinWho sWJQt sWJQtWho > Who unlocked the door and cI let tile a sN oo ooIve 08f oo ooIt c cl Ive l It 1e read ra d of wars and famous men menOn maiOa analOn On the four stone walls of your yourBut r rBut iiMCrty iei ieiBut But not a thing could c 1d we find to cat catAnd atAnd eatAnd And naught to drink nor JIO bed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 February 1907

I LU OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF THE WASHINGTON iT 11 SHJ INGTON TON H HERALD iungt EfilW r Fib G Svsro SvsroEfilW 16 16NO 16NO a 128657 S I NO 134 ii WASHINGTON WA XINGTON D C MONDAY FEBRUARY 18 1907 ONE CENT I COAST IN I RAGE AT ATIMMIGRATION ATIllfflRATIO IMMIGRATION BILL BILLLabor BILLLabor Labor Is Opposed to Mayor MayorSclnnitzs MaJorSCllni MayorSclnnitzs Sclnnitzs SCllni tzs Compromise CompromiseWANT COIn ComproliliseWANT plOl11i e e1V WANT 1V ANT COOLIES BARRED BAJfcREDExclusion BARREDExclusion BARJEDRTJusio1l Exclusion Leaguers Fear Bill BillIs BillIs Billp p Is a Subterfuge Subterfugehlcf 8u Siibtorfugcdkkf btorfugc btorfugcr btorfugc1IIof r 1IIof < hlcf Bxccafivc of Sun Pranclsco PranclscoSemis IirancI IPranoiscoSeiiils co coS S Semis I1 1 Telegram lint butlt it Pails a IJI to toSatisfy toS toSzitlsfy Satisfy S tJ fy Cnllfornians Japanese JapaneseChildren JRpane3eO1lIIlren e eOIlUtIron Children Will V ll Not ot Be Permitted Permitted to toAttend tot toattend Attend t en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 February 1907

2 THE TIt E WASHINGTON WAS HI N GT ON HERALD 1I ERA L D MONDAY M 0 N DAY t FEBRUARY FE B It U A R Y 18 t 1907 I Unheardof Prices I 5 BLOCKS BEYOND YOND MILLIONDOLLAR BRIDGE IDGE I rUnheardof Unheardof Unheardof Prices PricesIf I 10 1 Cents Per Square Foot Out Connecticut Avenue Extended ExtendedIf If you know anything about real estate values this advertisement will interest you Those familiar with property near the new newMilliondollar newMilliond newMilliondollar Milliond Milliondollar llar Connecticut Avenue Bridge know that it it is is selling as high as 140 1 40 per square foot and five 5 blocks furtherout further furtherout furtherout out the prices prices range from 50 to 75 cents per square foot Now what would you think if we ve offered you property in in the thesame thesan1e thesame same locality at a discount of 80 percent per cent off the lastmentioned prices That is just what we are going to do and place before beforeWashingtonians beforeWashingtonians beforeWashingtonia...

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