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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

41 41eeondPaJi < Second i eeondPaJi ages ges 1 to Part Parti 8 T BE WASHINGTON W S BINGTON HERALD HERA LD SecondPart Second Pages 1 to Part PartPages 8 8WASHINGTON 8ir I ir a 1 WASHINGTON WAS H I N G TON J D C J SUNDAY SUN DAY OCTOBER 0 C T 0 B E R 28 2 8 1906 1 9 06 OIlYES Ott YEc3 I UI 11 WA WAt1f1CTO11 WAt1f1CTO11vLRfODY l1rllGTO tyEI vLRfODY iBODY > BUY BUYS s BUYSArAfffl5 ArAfffl5 T KANN5 90 90OIlYES 9pcut cut prices pnceson on best bestNotions Notions Notionsthis this 1veek j S The best silks silksat f v > I at the very lowest prices pricesCOiV5ISENT pricesfONSIS7iN7 S5 S5CNSlSTBNf COiV5ISENT fONSIS7iN7 CNSlSTBNf Wfli with really reliable qualities our prices rices arc always lowest A carcfnl coMparisw cmuparzvu parrJHtJf parrJHtJfoJlrSilksal v vorLSilks f fI I orLSilks oJlrSilksal at a prices l1ttS quoted and those offered elsewhere el clt1Jerc at the sameor sa Hieor even higher prices rJc s ithit ithitmost iofll1 iofll1most t11lll t11lllmosl most cotKweiHg cOWl conv...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

S I 2 0 E3B WASHIiTGTSN WASBIGTNiELLD HERALD STJUBAY 1906 GOINGABROAD1 GOINGABROAD1Experiences Experiences of a Feminine Rambler The rfd Te by b trmln from Bremen to Ber Berlin Beriri ¬ lin iri is toe or the most part rt through orderly orderlylittle orderlihttle little farm patches jtc ia each one ptood to tothe toI the I he landeeap with a a tegpot The rb cot cotluges t tge luges ge arc picturesque with thatched thatchedroofs thatebedroots roofs and nd vines and 1 the gardens rskzss are arev orefiled v filed tiled into squares Gayly afctlred Wred Wredtive na natives ¬ tives tive working in them took like sawbois sawboisin in a game am of o ° Tltttto TlttttoEverybody ttMto ttMtoivecybody Everybody above the plane of peasantry peasantrytravels po6oeJILrytFLO travels sccondrdase in fl Germany I Merer Mererol re reliervd ol servvd > that a firsteta earriage tva tvaoccupied wu wuueUptcd occupied Directly a train glides into the thetation thetaU9fl tation Mowing its toy whistle tnune...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

J i i THE WASHINGTON N T HERALD RALD StHSDAY S TD l OCTOBEE q TOBER 28 1906 1906Exclusive j 4 Exclusive News by Special CableFrorttke Gable From the Capitalsojike Capitals of the OldWortd Old World GIPSI G yPsY PSY BLOEBEKRD BLUE BLIIEBE BEARD IS ISPerpetrates ISlltiMtNMNSiER I IAHUMAN AHUMAN lltiMtNMNSiER lltiMtNMNSiERPerlcrates MONSTER MONSTERPerpetrates Perpetrates the Most FiendishOutrages Fiendish FiendislOutrages I IOutraOe5 Outrages OutraOe5 on Three ThrcevVon1en Women WomenHe WomenHe I II IHe I He Called Wives WivesMYSTERIOUSLY WivesMYSTERIOUSLY Vives1YSTERIOUSLY I MYSTERIOUSLY VANISI VANISIJtidge VA1 VANISIJudge ISH ISHI ISHJudge I I Judge Describes Crimes Crim as Mos MosHorrible MossHorrible i iHorrible Horrible and Revolting of ofPresent ofPresent I Io Present CenturyGENEVA Century CenturyGENEVA o I i Ii IGENEVA GENEVA Oct S7 S7So 21So I ISo So revolting was the evidence v ence given givetyesterday giveryesterday i ieterday yesterday eterday in the trial of ar a gypsy nam...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

I L 1 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 28 1906 e OC Ie The second days meeting of tie t e Unit United UnIted lJuIted ¬ ed Hunt Association attracted a aportion large largeportion largeportion portion of sportloving > society to Banning Banningyesterday Dunlngresterday Benngvesterday yesterday where the dub iOu boose and andgrandstand aJH1grandstand fld fldgrandstand grandstand were both b th comfortably filled filledAs ftlledAs 1tIedAs As on th the opening day New York and andx Imdn11 aadflt x i niu wer eri both well represented in inaddition Inaddi Inaddition addition addi tlOD to toe president of the associa association azocttion ¬ i tion Mr Perry Belmont with Mrs Bel Belmont flelmont ¬ j jmont mont and party of if New York friendThere triendL friend ZiendaThere I There wer were present Dr and Mrs rs Cha Chatard Cbatard Chatard tard Mr and Mrs George Howard Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand and Mrs Horace Westcott Mr and Mrs MrsRobert MrsRobert MrsRobert Robert Bohlftn of Phila...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

g V T TI I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 28 1909 19O 5 F WOMAN ABOUT I TOW TOWN i To be in society MM mOlt nt be aWe aMeOf aWeor ableof Of teapwgee sodas oder a trio to ipwk ipwkWasted aiskVaMmd k kWUW Wasted MM th yers eas that ot fpe IIIt ietA t ta taA iaA A kwtrMf kowI4 oT o Hebrew or Lotto Lt1 or orUMOM 0 0UtehM VS VSUsek UMOM Usek is Gorman too od uek e ItaUan ItaUanrnwMwo lallaaUrucIa 1taII8Piowaoe rnwMwo Prtacft 1frckV 1frckwbcUi V and wbcUy 1ft tft t o GIlt t JPOU wiM wiMlod wittfeeL wHINbs feeL lodNotefr feeLSa Notefr fe It rtM bv cant eft Wt vttMvt tripetac tripetacT td As AsTa T laa Ta elf M4 tdk ta trie bde M a I Iou toft ttrtoaobne ttrtoaobneYou 11 fDe fDeY01I You ou dont tlon t g get t much gratitude when whenyou whenyou whenyou you try to do things tW for people says srs the thelittle theJltt1e thelittle little woman In green Im 1 about ready readyto readyto 1 to give h It up Day before btLOI yesterday aa a I Icame Icame IVb Vb came along a1on long the street t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

i iI rn 1 I S 6 THE T 1I E WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TON HEEALD HER A L D SUNDAY SU Ii DAY OCTOBER 0 C T 0 B E R 28 1906 1 9 06 TYPES AT THE JAIL JAILVhite JAILWhite White and Black Prisoners PrisonersLead PrisQnersLealthe PrisomrsLead Lead Lealthe the Simple Life LifeGUESTS Lif LifGUESTS LifeGUESTS GUESTS OFTEN GOMB CO BACK BACKEasy BAOKEaJli 4 4Eucy Easy EaJli to Get In lint Hard to Get Oat Oatand Oatand Outitnd and Those Who Vho Stay Stn Lone Lont Improve Improvein hnproein in Physical Condition Co 11I1itfonlnre Kare Is IsWholesome 15VhoIc IsV1RoIeornc Wholesome VhoIc omc if Plain and Bvcry Bvcryllilnsr Ihcrytllll1 Iveryt11n llilnsr tllll1 IK Clean ClennThe The Weekly cekly Menu MenuHave l1onalIue Menuhave Have you OU ever been pinched Not NotNever N NotNever < t tX Never X Ever been a member of the th Goat Club ClubYou Clubowu Clubown own at the District Jail JaJlY JailYou You Y CU can easily acquire membership membershipSoak mmmerablpSOak mmbersbtpSoak Soak your Our next best fr...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

ii i ivwy vwy vwyI I THE T 11 E WAS WASHINGTONBALD WASHINGTON 11 IN G TON HEEALB R ER A L D StTNDAYt SUN StT1TDA DAY t OCTOBEE 0 ocTo CT OB E It 28 2 8 1906 I M RKET WELL HELD HELDFearof ll1LDFearof iear Fearof of Haideniiig alrleningin in j Money MoneyBates MOll MOllyRates Y YRates Rates Is Not ot Realized RealizedBAJp ReolizedB4NJ RealizedB4 BAJp B4 STATEMENT SA NT FAVORABLE FAVORABLEolIpYrins P4 AVORABLEFollowbtg VORABLE VORABLEFollCnb olIpYrins FollCnb g Londons A At1vnzce d lvni nl ce ein einRates in inRate n nHates Hates ACTT en ew York york IK 1 Satisfied With vritbllcsults witbUCJluJt WithUCuit3Oney llcsults UCJluJt UCuit3Oney Money for or Crop Sieving SievingUcinff JIovlllgJJeing iiovlng13clng Ucinff Replaced RePI3C QpJqc t liy b Slmivs 51ia Neir ew W Cir Clrcalatlon Cirulatlon CirculatJonJ3iqpton culatJonJ3iqpton calatlon BlQptlon ot on as a a Factor FaotorNe FactorYork FzuitarNow Ne Now York York Oct SPrevtaus Pev1ou U 1 the thepublication tbeubUtation theubflcatIon publi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

Y THE WASHINGTON WA WAr SHINGTON HERALD ERALD SUNDAY UNDA Y OCTOBER 0 28 1906 190GrJJeLo ± r r rJJeLo eLou ofwhe o cr crr 7z Se ven Bells B Club GubIly b y r Ily C ork s JJYOeo 1 In Which Miv IvIr Bloke and andFellow andFellow andfellowMembers I fellowMembers Fellow Members Embark EmbarkMOff EmbarkOn EmbarkBoard On Pn Board the Lucy Alice AliceJt AliceCaxiy Caxiy eliM MOff 1Rada by dwilet aaesDr Drjrfcw Dr ix i EAVING YING the blighted Mr r Tokens Tokensand Tokensand LEA and his unmitigated love affair affairunder aiCaIrunder under cover for the present nt we wewill wewill will lead the intelligent t peruser peruserback peruserback r rback back to the water front and the theother theother other Seven Sellers Her sailing day dayfound dayfound found the Luly LaI Alice ready read for sea andagging and andtagging tagging ng low beneath a cargo quango of nude lum lumber lumber ¬ l ber r whisky corrugated eerru eerru ated ted Iron coal tar and andtoirailar andtimilar toirailar nutritious ...

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

J I I Second Pages 1 to Part PartPages 8 THE W WASHINGTON SHINGT ON H HERALD ERA L D Second Pages 1 to Part PartPages 8 8WA J I < WASHINGTON WA SRI N G TO N D C SUNDAY S U N DAY OCTOBER 0 C T 0 B E It 28 2 8 1906 1 9 0 6 > oiYES rn At1INZTOM At1INZTOMe s tvPQDY BUYS BUYSKAIIIIS KAIIIIS 90 90clltprices 90oiYES clltprices clltpriceson cut pries priesNotiOns e Y on b st stN NotiOns N ti ns nsthis 11 T j I this week weekl I l c il ilS r S R I I V 8 St a ft Pp THE BUSY CORNER I From the standpoint standoint of quality price variety and merit present stocks will prove that thatYou thatthis thatF i this is is the mOt advantageous place in in the thesouth i iII F 1F9 II w south to buy yard goods of any kind kindYoull a aw aI You Youll II find here varieties not to be seen elsewhere elseivh re south s uth of ofNewYork ofNen New York Notably large is our stock of dress woolens and silks We can give you as fine as you want wantWeve wantWeve vantWeve I Weve all the latest novelties and of...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

i liii 2 TI WASKIHSTOlif WASEINGTON1EILD EEKALP ST7DAY S1JN1AY OCTOBER 28 1908 I GHNG ABR0ADJ j rEpcucnces oI a Femininc Rambler TO rtdV JideW by train from Bremen to Ber Berlin ¬ lin is for the th most InotpSTt part through orderly orderlyHiti Hiti farm psichca cqh rh pne pi pinned nned t tt te tethe t the he foftddcape aMscap with a Sagpole The cot cottages ¬ tages ait 1t i tprecquef with thatched thatchedroofs roofs and via and the garicn cis are arenild nild injo mb j jsjasgsfi a Ga aftKfctf na nalives tive lives working woiidn to them look like symbols symbolsin ymboi in n JB same of Tittat Tfltatto TfltattoTrybody too too9rcrybody 9rcrybody abgvp p the th plane of o peasantry peasantrytravels travels aecondcbra econ4ela in Germany I never neverobserved sver observed ober ed that a fln i1rteta tela > carriage carrge was wascopied copied DiectU a trtdn glides Into the thetaton taton blowtag Its toy whistte travelers travelersw w tot upon UOfl a Compartment and fld run along l...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

i u THE THEW WASHINGTON l ASHL ASIIiGTO GTON JIERALDSU1TJAY HERALD IPRILD SUNDAY OCTOBER OCTOBER 28 8 1906 1906Exclusive 1906Fxci 1901I I Z Exclusive Fxci xZci us tsive ° e 7c7ews Newsty NewsoJ by Special Sp ialCtlble l Gable from F frrornthe rom the c e Capitals Capi als oj o tke the Old I World Qrltl Qrltlc GYP YPYftEBED YBLUEBEARO IS IStRUMANMUNSHR ISt ISA 4 t tRUMANMUNSHR tRUMANMUNSHRPerpe A MgNSIER MgNSIERthe Perpetrates Perpe PerpetratesOutra rates the he Most Fiendish FiendishOutrages Outra Outrages 9 ges es p on l Three Vi Women WomenHe WomenHe omen omenHe He Called C lI d Wives1IYSTERIOtJSLY Wives WivesMYSTERIOUSLY ViveslVIYSrERIOUSLY MYSTERIOUSLY VANISH VANISHJudge VAl VANISHJudge ISH ISHJudge Judge Describes Describes Crimes CdiTI as as Most MostHorrible MostHorrible Iost IostJIorrible JIorrible Horrible and a d Revolting Revolting of ofPresentCentury ofpresentCenti ofPresent PresentCentury PresentCenturyGENEVA presentCenti Present Center CenterGENEVA 1r 1rGENEV = GENEVA ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

TEEWASHIN0TOK TJI TBEWASHINGTONBERALD WASHING XON HERALD SUNDAY Y OCTOBER 0 eTO BElt 28 1906 19Q 8 8OCle OCle a IIa II t 4 4it I it P n Ht The Th second ecGnddas days meeting of the be Unlt Unlted Unlted UnKi ed i Hunts AIaUon Association attracted a targe targeportion Jftrgeportton Irgeportion portion of o i flMrfettvtng rJevIng l society tOCt ety ty to Benning Benningyesterday Blngyesterday I3eftfllngyeterdy yesterday jvnere bre the a Ite se club house and andgrandstand andgrandstand andoand grandstand oand were both eomfortaWy e Hied fttleC1 fttleC1As IHiedthe HiedAS AS on the opening day New York Yerkwn ad adaddition andifl wn 1 ifl n vrtI 11 Pi NI Id Ir Iraddition I Iaddition addition to totb the JtI flMr7L iK9 < Wnit icIll of the aarocta aaroctaUon auoeiatlon auoctatiori Uon Mr Prrrj Pfrr Pri1ehnont BBlittont with Mrs Bol Bolmoot BeImont Ueifloat moot aM party rty of New w York friends frtendsi 1 lh 1 i tk here fre w We Werr r j JreiNlftl remii Dr and Mrs Mr Clut ClutI CIaa...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

I c Ti TMrd Pages i dl 1 1 T Part PartPages to at 8 THE T H E WASHINGTON VA S HINGTON H I N G T 0 N HERALD H E RAL P L1 L1atj Tlurd Pages dl dlWASHINGTON 1 Part PartPages to atj atjWASHINGTON 8 8WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C C SUNDAY SUNp Y OCTOBER 28 1906 ZIOtHSM 1 I CAPITAL CAPITALLocal CAPITALIJo CAPITALLocal Local IJo Local al Work W rk for Realization Realizationof RealizationOftJI IlealizatiolloYt1ie of OftJI the Jewish J erisll Ideal IdealMEETINGS IdealETINGSOF Ideal1NtS MEETINGS ETINGSOF 1NtS OF YOUNG PEOPLE PEOPLEt t t lly Meant Icnts of tcotnres Lco cs and al c1 Social SocialGatherings SocialGn SocialGatherings Gatherings Gn h rngs the Propagation of ofZionism orZio otZionism Zionism Zio l m Is I Kept 1 pt IJp UIJUDon Union Plan PInikningrlornHome Plalnfn Planning ningrlornHome nfn ning g 1oraIlome of Its It liNOWUSCrICM liNOWUSCrICMofLceturej OTrn O Series Seriesoflicetnrcs SerleHorLecturc oflicetnrcs to Be Given Ghc1l1n In Future FntnreW Futurew FutureViii4 W w Viii4 t faith...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

r I L THE T R E WASHINGTON WASHING WASHINGTONEERALD T ON HERALD R ERA L n SUNDAY SUNDAYOCTOBR OCTOBEE 0 C T 0 B E R 28 1906 1 9 0 G REFORM REFORUI1 IN SPELLING SPELLINGProf SPELLll1Prof Prof Matthews Gives Giv Givessoils s lea leasons ReaSOllS sons for Present Move MovePHONETIC MovePHoNETIC MirvePflOBTtC PHONETIC PHoNETIC CHANGE IMPOSSIBLE IMPOSSIBLEinvpHffetfSpeJIIiiar n IHPOSIBLElerc OSIBLE OSIBLEslilUeSpc1 slilUeSpc1 invpHffetfSpeJIIiiar g BonrclAIins noarel Um8 aicrc aicrcly i1crely lercly ly to tcJ DjcQ Jrq Jir Uscle1J5 Useless Letters LcUcrsYox LcUcrsYoxtltn LctteIW0It1 LctteIW0It1that Words Wordsthnt that tltn t Have I1a c Become Simpler liy b 3 a aNatural natnral PNatural Natural Process Proce8Objcetlons Objections to t U the theReform tl1eReforni thefleforni Reform Ansiverou in Detail DetailProvidence DetaiJProvideDee DetailProvtdenee Providence R L Get Qe SR 1 roA Bowi Bowider B Mder ikaitder der Matthews dfeCJMSOd Stanplttjcation PU4dO of ofEnglish ofEnglish OfEnglish Eng...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

r THE WASHINGTON WA HIN G TON TH HERALD SUNDAY OCTOBER 28 1906 IiN4 IN t Ii 9 MISS > > V YALLISEIH KDIT KDITNSTKU 7 11I I NSTKU TOR 01 yRLctSsrc CESSES HERF J4Ei TO TOrrEA T Tmii ° rrEA mii H TAEM nowTO WALK AND D Drr rr I II I Dal AEJ7TA17LY HRCdCff B a9Z 2 211c375 4eSzt GlR dzP 6 EXE 3f7vZ N I T TYFZbW cr crB7TclT B7TclT 11c375 11c375CpU876S f or zq L > AlVCz r7HZ r7HZCtUJ2rcY CtUJ2rcY 11ryTORG 07 4 oeGCJV T7Y ffZ N111LIR ° 9 P < A ii iii BSOLUTELY there w is = s no room fo folonger for forL1 or L1 i longer doubting that the tl t he e American Americanwoman Jl111tericanwoman 11i r ierican iericanr woman has arrived r in tit her cam campaign campaiglt cam1asgri paign 1asgri of o generations in fri duration to attain an anassured alZassured anassured assured position os tiOIl in court society in England EnglandImpressive EuglmtdImprcssiiJc EnglandImpressive Impressive Impressive proof of o this is afforded by bythe bythe b y ylire the presence in this country of o a high...

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

i i j TI WASEUKHDOiT H3BEALJK SinSTDAX suNDAXOoTt1 GOTO BEE 28 281aQI 1906 js PLKfFoLvd 1 1j 1 1 j To I froo ri the theater from the bonds of ofromincrcialism C romincrcialism is one of the jobs the Socialist Stage Society recently brought broughtinto into bointj bin in New York has resolved to totufklc tufklc Its a big job and the socialists socialistsv ocaUst v ivil ill probably soon jump itl It If they the hap in n to stick tk they will make mighty Kttle headway dwuy They arent going at it In the right way to begin with Their plan of ofatnpaign < atnpaign against theatrical commercial commercialism ism is t tangled up with a propaganda of socialism by b means of plays pIa inculcating inculcatingtheir wUIcattngtheh their doctrines Ten to one the plays will s anything but amusing or even en later intrsting < sting to the ordinary citizen Only con continned tinned Socialists will go to see them and andi ZL i coneiderablc precentage of theac will forget to come back after fter ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

i u V 1I 1ITHE T k THE WA6HXKj03Sr WASHI WASiiOItERALD U ON HERALD SUNDAY O OTOBE1t 28 1906 5 I 00 on onI I FORBES ROBERTSON ROBERTSONGERTRUDE ROBER TSON V VV I IAND i iGERTRUDE V AND ANDGERTRUDE GERTRUDE ELLIOTT ELLIOTTJ5 V I V V 1 y MARIE B SCHRADER SCHRA DER DERV V V The American girl irI baa long 10 been a sub subject subjeet subsect ¬ sect of muHtKU UtI fotweet t to more eountilethn countries countriesthan matrlea matrlea1han than her own o and id her fame aeenmi ecin to be beincreasing beincrmg beincrslng increasing Instead of dimliiteiii d8dDlbiRtf Charles CharlesDana CbI1esDana CbrttDana Dana Gibsoa it responsible for ranch of the theinterest tbe1nterwt the1ntereL > interest manifested ntteted in I her for Camllle CamllleCliJtord CaluJllelim CamilleCUZord CliJtord lim nl baa at test explained ta t dear old oidLondon oldLOAden oldLoedon London exactly what a real GfbMn girl girlis al girlflM is und the Glbaon girl 11 fe the American Americangirl Amerttaftgirl Americengirl ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

i iI r r T I I e J THE WASHINQTOHHEIIALD WASRINGTON HERALDJ SUNDAY SVNDkYOOTOBER OCTOBER 28 1906 1906V I I THE CANDIDATE CANDIDATEAPolitical CANDIDATE V A APolitical Political Romance < cepyriiht 1903 lyiiup by b lfup Ih Br Brethm Brethv hcr > By Joseph A Altsheler SYNOPSIS S OPSIS PRECEDING PRECEDI G CHAPTERS CHAPTERSJimmy CIIPTERSJimIu CHAPTERSJiHmy Jimmy Grejnan G a Westerner and the du dark hone honeof IIcIneIf heof of x nUfcmal eoeiwrtioc it a atuMed ato ted for the Ite Ited ll PreMkfl43 iYWIIfr d kfl43 HT Yang Haffey n the cuir uon pebdesL panoe t cf ofNw tiw tiwdato UIox x Nw TCII k Oaue Gette Is the ant ret to tell 1M math eadill mathdto dato ll the pood od new new lie aoaorapraM ec mpnlw Uw GMjwna GMjwnato to their th r VnUra We3te baae e MM aDd ctieiec B S wttkJtbflR wttkJtbflRmteta wiUatheMmm wIttheneete mteta Gaysocfc Gn afcot nIe Sjlria Sy1V Morgan from f frs IW Idaho Idahowhom I4sbo I4sbowhom S Swboni whom he omsfckn a too Western W pratta odet The Thetwo Thetw T...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

7 I IER THE WASHINGTON WASH IG2 i 0 1 1itw HERALD H ER LD r SUNDAY S Uz DAY n OCT OCTOBER BER 28 S 1906 1906o 190 6 o IiI E w itw 11 jlljlNI IIJ pLANofcow1iNT II IIIiI LI NI 2 f IN It t i 11 = N I ILI f 2737neP 2737nePl6r c7 l6r c Sedd = cY 011 onJ Who whoi8 is L Lai rgeZy rgeZyfe eT y ydes des fe J2c5lt7le 25r 7e OF lie I1eve7 I1eve7o eV eVqpm qpm o zmenu nt o oH 0 Jew ew Ze 7and I QW 0 If would you OU like to live in a veri veritable vcritable Daritable ¬ H table Happy Land where sunny sunnyskies SllIlll SllIlllkies sunnyskies skies kies are ever reflected re lected in the th smiles smilesof smilesuf smilesuf uf a prosperous contented people peopleCan peopleGon peopleax Can ax yon mentally n entally picture tcture a country ichar w1tertovert icharpoverty roTlarlJ roTlarlJpQlV8rlj poverty overt is s practically practically unknown where dims dimsis lc is rare where there are no strikes no con conflicts C cOitI1tcts JJ1 JJ1flicls ¬ flicts between classes no unemployed IIlt lltployed...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 28 October 1906

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Publication Title: Washington Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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