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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

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Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

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Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

< i I j I i w wI I 01 01an y STOSTDAY BUNDA S 1NDA Y Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W D D G Qr an 1 Gray ra tt Hair Hairu czir czirtt u I have used Ayers Hair HalrVlgor HalrVlgorfor Vigor Vigorfor Vigorfor for over thirty years It has kept keptmy keptmy keptmy my scalp free from dandruff and andhas anlLhas andhas has prevented pteve fed my hair from turn turnIns turnlog turn turnIng Ins gray grayMrs Mrs F A Soule SouleBillings SouteBIiUngs SouleBillings Billings Mont MontThere MontThere MontThere There is this peculiar peculiarthing pe peculiarthing qliar qliarthing thing about Ayers Hair HairVigorsit Hair RairVigorit HairVigorit Vigorit is a hair food foodnot foodnot foodnot f tv A not a dye Your Y our hair does doesnot doesnot doesnot not suddenly turn blacK blacKlook blacklook blacklook look dead and lifeless lifelessButgradually lifelessBut lifelessButgraduallythe Butgradually But Butgraduallythe gradually the old color colorcomes colorcomes colorcomes comes back backall all the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 8 June 1902

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Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

j I y f I fr H j K 7 SUNDAY Pi I IVOL 11L1TGLOBE 11L1TGLOBEr tI tIVOL I t I I VOL III NO NO7 7 r WASHINGTON W D C SUNDAY P MORNING JUNE 15 1902 FIVE CENTS CENTS A ACOey COPY 1 ST ELIZABETHS ELIZABETHSBecoming ELIZABETHSBecoming ELIZABETIISBecoming Becoming the Dread of Every EverySane EverySane EverySane Sane Man in the CitySETH City CitySETH CitySETH SETH L CLARKS CASE CASECoaflneA C AS E ECon EConfiners Confiners Con nen at St l Elizabeth lIzabeth for Playing Playinga a Practical Practical Joke on Dr Dr Richard Richardson Blohurl8onJJawyerJeflord RichardsonLawycrJc1TordsAboutto ¬ 8onJJawyerJeflord sonLawycrJc1TordsAboutto son Lawyer Jeffords About Aboutto to Take TakeProceedings Take12roooe TakeProceedingsWhen Proceedings 12roooe ProceedingsWhen hushen When the Expert ExportLets ExpertLets ExpertLets Lets Mr Clark Go After Almost a aYears aYears aYears Years Incarceration IncarcerationMr I I Mr Seth L Clark an old and well known knowncitizen knownocItizefl knowncitizeft citizen ha...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

I i + u J Jr t w r SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W ASmNGT N D D O L tit titMe1vT Me1vT Me1vTA Y A Hnnt For Orchid Orohldif OrchidOOD 6 6 f OOD morning mOInlngUr Mr Wilson WilsonI I believeThe believe believeThe believerhe The pleasant pleasuit voice gave gavethe gavethe gavethe the speaker a welcome at atShe atthe atRhe She desk of the swell florist not always alwaysaccorded nlwaysaccorded alwaysaccorded accorded to visitors possessing no business busi business buslless ¬ ness less cards cardsThats cnrdsThats cardsThats Thats my name young man Whatcan Whatcan What Whatcan can I do for you youThe youTbe youThe The florist looked Keenly over theyoung the theyoung theyoung young fellows face fa and took note of ofbis ofbls ofbis bis sturdy figure and roughly neat neatclothing nCltclotblng neatclothing clothing clothingI 101 I am out of work sir and ventured venturedto venturedask ventured3ti 3ti to ask to see you personally I need needa a job pretty badly I will do anything anythin...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

S 1 i > c 1 t h i 01 jilJ I l R r 1 t1I > lI > 1 I > I IBUNDA SUNDAY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W D ci I I3it3 r S JAmlr 3it3 3it3N11 i5 J1f t ftfl Mil N11 + 1 ftl wrA I New York City CltyShort Short blouse Etons Etonstore EtonsI Etonsbre f I bre much more jaunty than Jackets Jacketswhich jacketswhich which reach below the waist nlst line I1n and andare andsure are usually preferred prat rred for moderate A BLOUSE ETON weather The garment Illustrated Is IBmade Ismnde ismade made of gray Venetian with black blackniolre blackmoire blackwoke moire trimmings trimmingsIt It la s simply adjusted with shoulder shoulderand shouldernnd shoulderand and underarm seams the back being beingperfectly beingperfectly beingperfectly perfectly plain The fronts fasten in From these depend deep pleatings o ochiffon 01 01chltron ofchiffon chiffon The bow at the neck is als alsof nlse nlseot alstof < of chlffonThe chiffon chiffonThe cbUfonTbe The circular skirt is fitted closelyaround clos...

Publication Title: Sunday Washington Globe
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

SUNDAY SUNDA Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON W ASHINGTOND D 0 r N 1 1Sunday Sunday Sunif Morning Morni igGtob igGtobw GlobeW Globe GlobeTV w J KMIOTT 8 s I LdltorOvvICS Editor EditorOFFICE EditorOFVlca OFFICE OF PUBLICATION KJBUCAT1ONI3s I3s 225 PENNSYLVANIA PL AVENUE N W WVWMHBNGTON WiKINGTO WyaAHP VWMHBNGTON yaAHP iKINGTO GTO D C CSUBSCRIPTION csunscunTION CSUI3SCIt1PTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES KATESer ltAlESPer RATESPer Per er annum by mail ail S800 S800SinglecoBie co coSinc 200 200Single SinglecoBie Sinc Single copies s cents cenUFor centsFor centsNor < For stale le by byal1 phi U tke cty new news stand and by bythe bythe bythe the newsboys newsboysEntered newsbo newsboElltered newsboysiatered Entered at the Washington Va hlnKton tt P C otofflce l ltottofficeas ltottofficeasnllcl as assecondetas asseeentbclaes secondetas nllcl matter matterSUNDAY maUerSUNDAY SUNDAY JUNE I IRebecca 15 I9 I9Kcbccca 190 190Rebecca 1 < Rebecca of the Pen PenRebecca PenReMcca PenRebecca Rebecca at a the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

Ttfr FpWFrci 1 If ijI WiFwfliW WiFwfliWSUNDAY I i i W 1 1I I i I I II I SUNDAY SUNl > AYMORNING AY MOKNING GLOBE G OBE WAS WASHINGTON 4 GTON D O Gt L PENSION PESIO LAWS LAWSAnd 1 + And Their Manner of Admin Administration Administration Admillistration ¬ istration by Evans EvansFIGHT EvansFIG EvansFIGHT FIGHT FIG H T OF 0 F OFFICIALS OFFICIALSHow 0 F Fie I A L LBow r How Assistant Secretary Secrothrylavl SecrothrylavlFou Davis PaviaFought DavisFought Fought Fou l1t the Soldier Hate I te and andMmlo andlUado andNAdo Mmlo Six fadfoal Radical Radical Chances in inFavor 11Favor InFavor Favor of of Justice and the Veteran VeteranMore Vet VeteranMore ran ranlIorc More Figures Facts and Specifica Specifications Speclflcatlons Speeifeations ¬ tions tionsThe tlonsThe tionsThe The GLOBE has heretofore shown the themanner themanner themanner manner in which Assistant Secretary Davis Daviswas Dwiswas Daviswas was compelled to approve the fraud of the thePension thePension thePension Pension ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

> 1 i SUNDAY MORNING GLQ GLOBE BE WASHINGTON D C + COSTY GARDENS A HOBBY HOBBYMANY HOBBYMANY MANY BRITISH COUNTRY SEATS SEATSNOTED SEATSNOTED NOTED FOR FLOWERS FLOWERSThe FLOWERSThe The Amount of Money That Is Spent SpentEach SpentEach Each Year In Keeping of the Cut Cuiture Cutture ture of Fruits and Floral Plants II III IsAstounding I Astounding AstoundingTh AstoundingThR ThR Th sum ot money annually spent spenton spenton on th thb maintenance or gardens In InEngla inEngla Engla s staggering staggeringor or cmJse cse It will be understood that thatptrt thatpert pert of this expenditure II remunern remunerntIethat remuneratinethat tIethat Is to say there Is some reo reoturn re return turn In the crops provided for home homeuse homeuse use but this Is after all only a small smallproportion smallproportion proportion of the whole and In thecase the thecase case of many gardens where hothouse hothousefruits hothousefruits fruits for example are grown It Is Iswell iswell well rocogn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

0 j jf jSUJIDAY c < c i f SUNDAY MORNING GKLQBE WASHINGTON D Cf A j 1j 1 Ono On Thins Thin Certain CertainDo CerlaJi1Do CertainDo Do you know said the thoughtful thoughtfulman man who was always devising devi5in some way wayto wayto wayto to become fabulously rich In a short shorttime shorttime shorttime time that the two great oceans contain containsomething containsomethin containaomethin somethin something like 2000000 tons of silver inf in insolution insolution solution solutionIs solutionIs f Is that so 101 returned the practical practicalman practicaJman practicalman man manIt It is i said the dreamer Does not notsuch notsuch notsucih such an extraordinary fact as that bring bringeornc bringIO bringedmc eornc IO mc wonderful new idea to your yourmind yourmind yourmind mind mindIt mindIt mindIt It does admitted the practical man manIt manIt man manI I It gives gives absolutely convincing evidence evidenceof of something somethin I have long suspected suspectedWhat suspectedW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 15 June 1902

I L Lr r t if AP 1 SUNDAY BUNDA Su NDAY Y MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON D O THE HIGH 111CRPAIIES 111CRPAIIESOf DAMES DAMESOf DA IES IEStOf Of Fashionable Washington WashingtonTaken WashingtonTaken WashingtonTaken Taken in Good and Hard HardTHE HardTHE HardTHE THE COUNT 0 0 UN T DE D E DAS DASDr D DASI DASIir AS ASDr Dr Albert ao < U > Sarak IfccJutl Bird Birdand BIrdand Birdand and UtxpttliaU Thoosophlst Who WhoHas WhoJIIlS Whohas Has Boon Mystifying AVashlnjjton AVashlnjjtonSociety 11nsltingtonSoolety nshlnton nshlntonSoolety Soolety Including Jnoludln Senators SonatorOon SonatorOon1ossmOn Con Contfrossmon Congrossnton tfrossmon and Judges a Pake ofthe orthePurest ofthePurest of the theI Purest I urest Water WaterFah Vaterl Full < ull Kiposo or the theSlick thoSlick theSlick Slick and Turbaned Fraud Now NowFleecing Nowleecln Nowfleecing Fleecing leecln Emotional High 1I1 b Born BornDames BornDames BornDames Dames DamesIt It has fallen to our lot to expose or rid ridthe ridthe r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

tT I1fj lH I i j Y l SUNDAY MORNING MOl MORNfl NING G GLOBE GLOB WASHINGTON WASHfl ETON D 0 Q J j i M Y i 1 1I I 4 New York CltyOne of fashions lot lotcst IntI latest I I cst fancies is the shirt waist that is isembroidered Isembroidered isembroidered embroidered In front One of It the pret prettiest pretetlest prettiest ¬ tiest waists of otthls this kind is shown here XiADIES1 LADIES SHIItT WAIST WAISTdeveloped WAISTeveloped WAISTkleveloped developed In white madras workedwith workedviththemostdollcateshadeofblue worked workedwith with viththemostdollcateshadeofblue the moat delicate shade of blue The Theiback Theback Theback back Is drawn tightly across the shoulViers shoul shoulders shoulels ¬ ders els and displays slight fulness at tho thowaist thowaist thewaist + waist arranged in small pleats It Is Isfaced IstLced isfcaeed faced with materials to a pointed yoke yokeUepth yokoepth yokedepth depth epth The fronts are fastened withturquoise withturquoise with withturquoise turquo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

< r i OW i r id 1 i 1 1f 1BUNDA I ° l f i f SUNDAY BUNDA Y MORNING GLOBE GLOBIDW WASHINGTON D DaCi O AT ATLAST ATLASTThe LAST LASTThe The Veterans Are Waking WakingUp WakingUpDefeat WakingUpDefeat Up UpDefeat Defeat of Mahon MahonGROSVENORS MahonGROSVENORS MahonGROSVENORS GROSVENORS FINE HAND HANDAnd HANDAn1 HANDAnd And tho AntiPension Anti Pcnsion Syndicate Un Unable Una1 Unablo able a1 > le toDcROlvo to Deceive the Veterans Any AnyJjoniicr AnyLongerrho AnyLongorTito Longerrho Jjoniicr Xlio New Commissioner atEvans at atEvans atEvans Evans OUUGumc Okt Gamo by Order of the theBy theSyndlcatoDcfcat theSyn Syn By SyndlcatoDcfcat ntllcator HcnteDefeat Defeat Every Congress Congressman ConQressman Congressman ¬ man this Fall and Elect a Demo Democratic Democratio Democratio ¬ cratio House the Only Sure Remedy RemedyThe RemedyThe RemedyI The Hon non I on Thad M Mahon Mahonvnnia of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬ 4 vania jjbtipension tipenslon ti penston Congressman had his hisp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

wrZ flS if q n N j I to 1I1f 1I1fti aF ti L i SUNDAY MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON D 0 NO ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS FLQIFRSWOMEN FLOWERSWOMEN FLOWERSWOMEN WOMEN WEARING STRAW AND ANDTHERE ANDTHERE ANDTHERE THERE IS NO DEMAND DEMANDMany DEMANDMany DEMANDMany Many Firms Which Dealt In the Iml Imitation Imltatlon Imltatlon ¬ tatlon Buds Have Failed and HUn HUndreds HtJndreds Hdndreds dreds of Girls Have Been Thrown ThrownOut ThrownOut ThrownOut Out of Employment EmploymentFor EmploymentFor EmploymentFar For the last hundred years artlfl artlflclal arUftclal arUficiat clal flowers have been the dearestdecoratjon dearest dearestdecoration deaNitdlCoration decoration a woman could buy for her hersummer hersummer hersummer summer hat The superlative has a adouble adouble 1 1double double meaning In this connection connectiondear connectloudear connectiondear dear dear to feminine pursestrings 1m fmmeaeureably 1mmeaeureably 1mmealureably meaeureably satisfying to her sense senseof sen senof senseof of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

I SUNDAY MORNING GLOBE WASHINGTON DO D d f Q 1 T F FIOU IOU IOULKS LKS LKSj 1h 1hA c cA j A FINE HIDING PLACE PLACEShut PLACEShut PLACEShut Shut your eyes and hold your oars oarssaid oarssaid oarssaid said Baby Boss Wero going to toplay tollay toplay play hunt the handkerchief Only I Icant Icant Icant cant find my handkerchief and Ill Illhide Illhide Illhide hide my ribbon Instoad So she tip tiptoed tiptoed tiptoed ¬ toed across tho room and laid the thoribbon theribbon theribbon ribbon on tho window dill ut behind the theflowerpots thefJowcrI1ota theflowornoh flowerpots flowornohEdna flowerpotsEdna fJowcrI1ota fJowcrI1otaEdna Edna and Harold had a long lo g hunt huntfor hunttor huntfor for it and when they ravo 11e uVo it up Baby BabyBess BabyBess BabyBess Bess herself could not find It There Therewas Therewas Therewas was tho windowsill there the floweri flower flowerpots flowerpots ¬ i pots but the ribbon was not to be beesn ben beI I awn esn n Where had It gone goioNow gOloNow g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sunday Washington globe. — 22 June 1902

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