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

I 2 THE WASHINGrTON W HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11 1908 q VIRGINIA HARNED HARNEDTALKS HARNEDTALKS TALKS OF THESTAGE THESTAGEBy THE STAGE STAGEBy By MARIE B SCHRADER t More beautiful more nr vlvstkras and andmore andmore andmore more uptodate than ever Before before Virginia VirginiaHarned VrtlnlaHarned VtrgntaHarned Harned has been be charming clutnnlng New York Yorkwltii Yorkwld YorkWIL1 wltii her AmericanFrench interpretation interpretationof of 0 Sardous latest lcte t play I The Love Let Letter Letter Letter ¬ ter Mis MIM Harned is a delightful illustra illustration 1Uu Iflustration tra tratlan ¬ tion of f the American girl who has b not notbeen notbeen notbeen been Glbeonizetl She is Virginia Harned Harnedfrom Harnedfrom Harnedfrom from the top coil of her reddish gold hair hairto haJrto hairto to the tb toes of her jjerfectly > shaped foot footShe footSbe footShe She does not owe her type to aSiy afly one but butthe butthe butthe the Creator himself and she I takes takesJIO tak...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

I THE TR E WASHINGTON WAS WAINGTONKARDNOVEHBR R IN G TON HEBA 11 E R AJL LD D SUNDAY aUN DAY HOVEHBEE NO V EM B E R 11 iiieoG J 1906 1 906 It Isnt surprising rprIshig that Washington au audiences audieRces and1ecs ¬ diences are showing symptoms of waning waninginterest waninginterest waninginterest interest in musical comedy They have havehad havehad 1avehd had rather an oversupply of it since Inco the theseason tacBeason theeaon season eaon began And what they hare hoard hoardhas hOArdh88 hwxdhas has been mostly mOstly mOSU of a kind not entitled to tobe tobe tobe be called comedy at all It was really reall a across acrou across cross between burlesaue burle 4lue and extravagan extravaganza ¬ za This class of entertainment must be beof beof beof of the lightest t brightest most frolicsome frolicsomeand frolicsomeand frolicsomeand and whimsical sort dashingly done and andartistically andartistically andartistically artistically staged and costumed to appeal appealkeenly apPeRIkeenly...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

w 1 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11 1906 19Q6 3 ONcTHE THE GOTHAMSTAGE GOTHAM STAGE STAGEVIEWS I VIEWS AND REVIEWS w Cor CorrespWKlflBce at f TH TJa WatUagtM Wa Was1sIgt Was1sIgtNew 18Sfa HaN HeaMNew HaNNew New York Nov No Mt ItKyrle Kyrle Bellow B It whas whasreturned ha hareturned h s sreturned returned to tho romantic periods of his history history hiStory tory for his new character this season ii iiwhich In Inwhich inwhich which h he will try tryto to eclipse ecllpsethe the success o oRafftes of ofRatfl ofRaiThs Rafftes Ratfl 1t He made his flrat Now Yor Yorappearance York Yorkappearance Yorkappearance appearance Monday lIondfl evening at the Save SaveIn SavOy SavOyIn SveyIn In Conan Doyles Brigadier Gerard GerardThis GerardThis GerardThis This brigadier belongs wholly to the snr snrof genre genreor genreof of brigadiers brigadJ rs of the Napoleonic era wh whare whO whOare whoare < are all heroes of a rough and eccentric eccentrliexterior eccentrIeexterior eccentrice...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

A I r 6 TEE TK WASHINGTON W HERALD SUNDAY SUNDA SUNDAYNOVLHBER11 Y HO NOVEMBER VEK BEE 11 1906 1906L L THE CANDIDA CANDIDATE CANDIDATEPolitical TE TEA A P Political oIitical Romance Copyribt 1905 by Harper Brothers By Joseph A Altshel Altsheler r SYOPSIS SyNOPSIS PRECEDING CHAPTERS CHAPTERSJisass CIUPTBRSJ CIiPThflSJimr J Jisass may Grajson on a WMtaraer w Wt n4 a the drk bone boneof loneof boneof of A national coHTentioB o IB aoaiaated for the Pwt Pwtdeaqr 1 1dCDQ 1z 1zdea7 deaqr Y Yoqag mg Hare HuleT the eorrwpowUut c cornepoe t of the theSew tilelew theew Sew ew York Gazette Ga tte it UK tilt ant to Ml the ea cad cadt eadtthte dt dtdate date < t the good aews He aeeoefMBfet a the URJKHH URJKHHto to Ui their ir Western W ltem home and BMU eete Grajsoes niece nieceSylvia eeSyh1 nheeSyITII Sylvia Syh1 Morg Morl1 B froes tI Idaho wbotn be ten tentQO a atoo atoo too Western WestemKOduct protect oct The two are natnanr utuaI1y at attracted attracted ¬ tracted taaazh they are critica...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

ft THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEHBEB 11 111906 111906o 1906 1808I 1808Lou I Lou o ofUM me j Y R Jells Guh Guht CJu CJuc c t 131 VyCirIcsPryden C orkslJYden In Which icK Capt Jute Commits the Heinous HeinousCrime HeinousCrime HeinousCrime Crime of Mayhem on the High Seas SeasConafefct Conafefct m mss to J Ctwrhe C uIII DD DrJIh DrAJ M OME O IE hours in advance vance of daylight daylighton on the morning of her second day dayout dayout dayout S out the trading bark ark Luly Alice Alicefrom A11cetrom Alicefrom from San Francisco to Samboawas Samboa Samboawas S4unbotiwas was subject to internal interruptions interruptionsWith InterruptlODIIWith interruptionsWith With each roll of the vessel etIHl on a 8 rising risingsea rIaln rIalnsea 1 sea something of body bod and weight slid slidacross IUdacroSs sUdacross across the cabin and banged dents in the thewainscoting tilewainscoting thetvalnscotin wainscoting wainscotingMr tvalnscotin tvalnscotinDir Mr Willie Bloke tourist burrowed into...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906

d t I 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11 1906 = 3 a aL L I Jfr V Tom Tits Tricks TricksI I have have a really curious and surprising surprisingI surprisingexperIment surprisingexperiment I experiment to tell you you about today boys boysand boysand boysand and girls girisTake girlsTake girlsTake Take a piece of thin wire or a hairpinand hairpin hairpinand blrplnand and bend it t into the shape indicated on onthe Oftthe onthe the right of this picture pictureIn In the sharp bend you OU have given theone the theone theQne one end nd of the wire firmly fix a coin and andon andon andon on the hook at the other hang a ring ringNoV ringN ringNdw NoV N w take a 1 darning needle stick the thehead thebead thehead head of it into the smaller end of a wellformed well wellformed wellformed formed cork set the cork on a fiat surface surfaceand surfaceand surfaceand and then rest the coin on top of the theneedle theneedle theneedle needle needleOn needleOn needle4n On your letting go it w...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 11 November 1906
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

rii I IF A F j 2 THE WASHINGTON w HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 12 1906 BARKERS OT UNITED UNITEDgreenlellt IIifiTEDAgreement Agreement Necessary N Before BeforePlans Befo BeforePlaiis e ePlans Plans Plans Go to Congress CongressBESTS Congress CongressRESTS CongressRESTS RESTS WITH THE COMMISSION COMMISSIONCurrency comrrSSIONCurrcnc COMtISSIONCurrency Currency Currcnc Reform Methods Will nl Be BeThoroughly DcThorouJhl BeT1rou1ib Thoroughly Discussed at Meeting Meetingof Ieetlngo of o Auxiliary AUdunrT Body DOlI nt the Wlllnrd WlllnrdToday Wt11ardro4laYPo nlnrd nlnrdro Today ro ro4laYPo nTo To Gall Upon Secretary SecretaryShaw SecrtzrTSliaw e rstztr rstztrShaw Shaw nnd Comptroller Comptro lcr of Treasury TreasuryIf TreRsuryIf Fr surr surrIf If an agreement agr ent cax x be reached by b the thecurrency thPcurrency thecurrency currency commission of the tk Bankers As Association Assoctatlon Assedation ¬ sedation which meets at noon today todayat toda todaat todayat at the New N 8W WlMarfl to d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

1 I 9 THE WASHINGTON W HERALD MONDAY J O1iD NOVEMBER 12 1908 g u SAILS WITH HUSBAND HUSBANDPresident HUSBANDPresident HUSBANDPresident President McKiiileys McKi1l1e T s Niece NieceNot NieceNot NieceNot Not Stowaway on Ship ShipFRIENDS Slli SlliFRIENDS ShipFRIENDS FRIENDS INDIGNANT AT STORY STORYReport STORYReport STORYRcport Report That She Dressed ns a 11 3Inn 3Innto MaIIto Inn Innto to Gain the Hold of the Vessel VesselIs VesRetIII VesMelIs Is Is Denounced as a a Libel on the theYoung theYoung theYoung Young Woman Vomnnb Is Popular Des DesMaine DeslolneH De DeMoines Maine Girl and a Recent Bride BrideI DrJdeJ1ts BrideIts I Its ts Monies Iow Iowa Nov 1L ItThe The story storytelegraphed storyt storytclegraphed telegraphed t from here but lutnlght night to the thei theffrct i ffeet that Grace McKiniey Heidt niece nieceof nleeeor iteceof of President McKinley and who was wasunited wasLnlted wsLnited united in marriage several weeks ago agowith Agowith agowith with Capt Grayaon Heidt h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

I 4 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY h OADAY NOVEMBER 12 1906 HE HIN TON HERALD Pabl Pehlalcd hcdEvCf Evirp Meralntfn lieraln in t the e Yearby Yeu by byTlil Tlil THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALD COMPANY C01iPANY C01iPANYPal Pal P L1abe otin O a 134 73 I FIFTEENTfI STREET REErNORTHWES1 REErNORTHWES1Ent 1 ORTHWF51 ORTHWF51Entered Ent Entered as 3emAd eIHa matter Oeeber 5 19OG lltl6 atthe At Atthe the poctomce at wW h1gteu DO D Q rinds ut of ofCon etCan Con aa of Man 3 S Iii IiiSCOTT lOli lOliSCOTT SCOTT c BONE Editr EditrErnest F iter iterFraert Ernest H Merrick T Treuurer reuuru and BIiHaesl Manarer ManarerCareua ManalGClrnsa Careua C ArchIbald Advcrtiriac AdrerdtiaChlmtta AdrerdtiaChlmttaJ ManrOC ManrOCJ J Harry Cunatnrham Cassia fhast AdltorCharla Adltor AYdltcrGiants Giants C Thomplon Mcc1aniaISupcrlntcndcnt Mcc1aniaISupcrlntcndcntT hlcclualcaI Supulnteadent SupulnteadentTdepkooe T Tdepkooe dep one M 61sia n 3900 Privets Brandt Exdunte ExdunteThe EadunjeThe The WuhiDct Herald k delttWe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER NOVEMBEB12 12 l 1906 5 Woodward J is Lothrop LothropNew New Yort YorkVASHINGTONPa YorkWASHINGTONPaisOur WASHINGTONParis WASHINGTONParisOur s sOur Our Special SpecialDining SpecialDining SpecialDining Dining Room Chair ChairS ChairMADE S ADE of quartered oak with withshaped withshaped withlvi MADE lvi shaped legs cane seat and andbroad andbroad andbroad broad shaped back strong and andvery andvery andvery very durable durableSpecial durableSpecial durableSpecial Special price 8250 250 Each EachA A regular 8300 value valueSixth VMueSixth valueSixth Sixth floorG st at atTHE THE GOTHAM SHOP SHOPThe SHOPThe SHOPThe The Newest NewestNovelties NewestNovelties NewestNovelties Novelties NoveltiesBrides Brides Book Leather Desk k Sets Ss Brass Brassand Brassand Brassand and Brosae ac Artides Eaqoiske E Eske e Colored ColoredPrints ColoredPriBts ColoredP Prints P Bts 1947 CaIcedars WKwt WIt t Sets SetsExpert SotsExpert SetsExpert Expert Engraving Engraving...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

G I TEE WASHINGTON HERALD EALDMONDAYNOVEMBER MONDAY NOVEMBER 12 1908 19081 t I 1 tWonderwhAt Wonder what Mertzwfll Mertz Mertzwilhsytoday MertzwilhsytodayStore will say 7cI today todayStore j jStore Store Closes Dally DaII at 6 p m mSaturday m mSaturday uiSaturi1a Saturday at 9 p m rnBIG mGIVE mGIVE GIVE GIVEMERTZ MERTZ MERTZA MERTZTRIAL 4 A ATRIAL TRIAL TRIALA TRIALA A BIG purchase of of f fine fineallwool fineallwool finez1 A z1 allwool fabrics to be bemade bemade bemade made up into SUITS SUITSand SCITSand SUITSand and OVERCOATS in the theMertzway theV1ertzwayfit Mertzway V1ertzwayfit V1ertzwayfitand 1 ertzwa v fit fitand fitand and satisfaction satisfaction satisfactionguaranteed satisfactionguaranteedfor fP fPL fit 1 0 guaranteed guaranteedfor guaranteedfor1ETZ for 1ETZ A14D ETZ co L 806 F Street StreetSPECIALTY StreetJAMES t tJAMES JAMES Ja CROWLEY CROWLEYSPECIAL ROWLEYSPEGALTY SPECIALTY SPECIAL SPEGALTYCITO rt rtCRITERION CRITERION RYE 100 FULL QUART QUARTBUfFET QUARTBUFF j j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

iiii w T 77 77TEE i THE WASHINGTON WAS HI N G T 0 Ii HEBAID HE R A L D HONDAY M 0 N DAY NOVEMBER N 0 V EMB E It 12 1906 1 9 0 G PECTS NO CHANGE CHANGEMember OIIANEMember Member Knows Nothing of ofEnlarging ofEnlarging ofEnlarging Enlarging Board BoardDISCUSSES Eoard4DISOUSSES BoardDISCtTSSES DISCUSSES SPEECH OS1 O HILL HILLSayn HILLSa HILLRailroad Sa Sayn Railroad magnate Has Business BusinessReasons BusinessRensons BngIneNRen5on8 Reasons for Not No Wishing to o See SeePanama SeePanama SeePanama Panama Canal Completed CompletedCommis CompletedCommissIoners Comp1etedCommIIonerai Commis CommisBlonem Blonem Are JTot Now Overrrorbcil OverrrorbcilAlthough OerworkcdAlthough Oyerorkei1Although Although Labors Labors Were Arduous ArduousIt Arduouslilt I lilt t It is Impossible for me m to state tt sM sMan aaIcIan RM RMan an officer of th the Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceCommission COZmerCeCommission Commission yesterday afUnxxw what whatthe whatthe Whtthe the President Int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

7 7S I 8 THE 1HEWASHINGTON WASHINGTON HEALD MONDAY NOVEMBER NOVEMB1Z 12 1906 is SEES BRIGHT FUTURE FUTURETradel FUTURETracIeis Traders s Convinced Stocks Stoc1 Are Arelit Alefu AreSliroiig lit Strong Btron > O Hands HandsLAD HandsGLAD HandsS HandsGI4D S GLAD LAD THE E BLEaTION aTION IS OVER OVERWall OVERVnll OVERWILIE Wall Street tfot ot Entirely Pleascil Pleascilnltli Ilenselllth Plea8cdnItlt nltli lth the Reuult or with the Atti Attitude Attitude Attitude ¬ tude of President Roosevelt on the theTrust tbeTruitt theTrust Trust Question Money Ione Coming ComingUncle Comingn CorningBztkfroni Uncle n Bztkfroni front the thieWost West Buses Situation SituationKw SituationNiw SituationNi3w Kw York Nor N H nNot Not since Inee the time thneof timeof timeof of the first Bryan campaign ea tea yean yeanago yearsago Y8tago ago has Wall street taken aa great an In Interest laterelt Interet ¬ terest in any election contest as that thatvhich tbalhJcb thath1ch vhich hJcb occurred last Tuesday T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 1906 9 iGIDE SUIOIDE RATE HIGH HIGHur1 HullSurplisnlg Surprising ur1 > risillg Percentage PerC lltage Is lie liecorded Itccorded ReCO1TI corded Among Soldiers SoldiersAICOHOUSM SoldiersALCOHOLISM SoldiersALCOHOUS ALCOHOLISM GHOWS GROWS ALSO ALSOAbolition ALSOAboittlon I Ibolltlon Abolition of the Canteen at the FORTH FORTHIs POIns111I PoRII Is I Held IloKponnilklc for the I Icrense lit 111erenHe litcrenie crense In Drinking Cases in the theReport tbeRtIOrt theReport Report Submitted by b Surge Gen GenOReilly GenOItel11 GCUOlteillyPccnllar OReilly OItel11 OlteillyPccnllar Peculiar > Pacts Cited CitedSurg CHcllUTg 01 tcil tcilSurg Surg UTg Gen R R M One ly of tb tbTnited the thernit the1nited Tnited rnit State army arm tn bIB repwt to the theSecretary UteHcratary thecretary Secretary cretary of War made pMbiks I today todayfnakes todayrutkES todaifiCPs fnakes rutkES fiCPs the th stfttement that practlcaity 1 1P 11 11t iip P < r r cent ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 12 November 1906

I I 10 TEE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY MO NOIJDAY + DAY NOVEMBER NOVEHB 12 1806 I I H Official Offi al Weather Report ReportFair ReportFzirThe Fair FairThe The Greatest Suit SuitValues SuitValues SuitValues Values in America at atAll 20 20All 20Xii All Xii the snap and andstyle andstyle andstyle t style that appeals appealsto to the s swagger swaggeryoung w wag a g g e r I Iyoung n nyoung young fellows fellowscut fellowscut fellowscut cut on exclusive exclusiveM exclusiefiI M fiI S M 11 mod models models models ¬ els Fabrics the thenewest thenewest thenewest newest and hand handsomest handsomest handsomest somest weaves that thathave thatl1ave thathave 1 1Moneys have come from fromthe fromthe C I Ithe the mills this sea season s season a aS011 son Equal to the highest highestclass highestclass highestclass class tailor made productions productionsat at 25 and 30 Our Ourspecial Ourspecial f120 special leader at atMoneys gI gIt t Moneys Worth or Money Mone Back BackID Backj Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 13 November 1906

T OF O A QUALITY QvILiY PAPER PAPEROF THE WASHINGTON A i i INGT ON HERALD HERALDNO I Ended f An 18 18WASHINGTON 26442 26442NO NO 37 i WASHINGTON D Ct C TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1906 ONE CENT 3 GR CREMATED CREMATEDi M T TEjghty Eighty i Others ors Injured InjuredRailroad inRailroad Railroad Wreck WreckIpL Wreckl WreckmIE rec recIN l IpL IN COLLISION COLLISIONIminigrant COLLISIONhUlltigra11t COLLISIONgrant 11ll3I1I Iminigrant b grant Train is 1S Totally TotallyDestroyed fotallyDestro Destroyed Destro tio3tetl el by tee teeAccident Fhaed FhaeB d I t 1 B I HE RTRE A RTRENDT RTRENDTt fING fINGi i Accident oelilcnt in Indiana Indinnn Ifortyclfflit ltortyeightIi1es lortyelJhtJ J 31 lies from Chiongo D flue c to J Lack acfc of ofProper ofProper ofProper Proper Slsiml SignalUeacloll Hcndoii Crash Is IsFatal Isntal IsFatal Fatal ntal tti Many Jlnn Women and Chil Children ChllclrenSpecinl ChIJIronSpecinl ¬ clrenSpecinl dren Special Train Carries Injured Injuredto to Chicago ChlcngoCroucI Crowd of 5...

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