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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

i i Ip rii 2 THE WASHINGTON WASHING WASEINGTONHERALD TON HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAYNOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEM EIt 18 1819O 1905 SCARE DUE TO RUMOR RUMORCauseless RWORCauseless Causeless Run ltirnon on Washing Washington W Washington asling aslington ¬ ton Loan and Trust TrustMONEY TrustMONEY TrustMONEY MONEY IN PLENTY FOR AIL AILGovernment ALIsGocrnmcnt AL1Goerninent Government Itself Through the theComptrollers illeComptroIJers flueComptroflerrs Comptrollers Office Vouches ouches for forSoundness forSonndneNM forSoundncs Soundness of the Institution and andOther andOther andOther Other Banks Do tlkevrise IkewilleTrlbuc I4kew1eTr1buteu1d IkewilleTrlbucnld Tribute j jPaid Paid nld to President John Joy Edson EdsonSTATEMENT EdsonSTATEMENT ThlsonSTATEMENT STATEMENT OF ACTING ACTINGCOMPTROLLER ACTINGCOMPTROLLER ACTINGCOMPTROLLER COMPTROLLER KANE KANEThe KANEThe The HMMteess as a to The Wachteea WachteeaLoan WMlIIIMuLoan WaklegtoLon Loan ad d TnMt t C CI py fand it 1 WUMOUMOTT WUMOUMOTTand wnioir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

w ± i iI I TEE T HEW WASHINGTON A S II I N G TON HERALD HE It A L D J SUNDAY SUN DAY NOVEMBER NO V EMB E It 18 1 8 J 1900 1 19O 906 3 JAP J4P ISSUE UNSOLVED UNSOLVEDJ J Sail S u Franciscans Resent In Interferenee Iut Inerfernce t j terferenee of ofMethalf ofMethalfSECRETA1Y Metcalf Metcalfi MetcalfSECRETARY i SECRETARY sE SECRETA1Y RETARY HOME WONT TALK TALKIt It Is Ian IJ an an Open Secret However that thatTask thatPnsk thatTask Task of Inducing California City Cityto Cityto Cityto to Trent Nipponese Without Preju Prejudice Prejad PreindIne ¬ dice d ee Wa Waa Impossible Impos lble of Accom Accomplishment AecomiiiihmentMay ¬ plishment 11 bl1mentJIay May lose Jap Trade TradeVictor TradeVietor TradeVetor Victor H H Metealf Secretary of Com Commerce Comm8r Cornnirio ¬ merce m8r e and Labor returned last evening eveningfrom ovenlngtrom eveningfrom from trom his special visit to San Francisco Franciscowhere Franciscowhe1e Franciscowhee where he went at the th request of President Preside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

r 4 THE WASHINGTON WASINGTON19RALD HERALD SUNDAY KOVSMBEB NOV MBER 18 1906 DEATH STOPS MASS 1ASSPriest Priest Passes P es Away aJ as Par ParisMoneis ParI I isMoneis ishiollIDsGathffi ishiollIDsGathffis ishi iuis Gather GatherIS IS s VICTIM OF HEAT DISEASEJuin I r Rev James Jnll1 l1 A Cunningham Pastorof Vnstorr of St s Thomas Catholic C thoIlo Church GhnrchBaltimore ChurchDnlthnorc ChurchBaltimore Baltimore Bxi HXll XpIreM > Ire ef Suddenly In the theParish tIlePartHb theParish Parish HouMcA U01HtVbdlh HoINVOrMhi1er brkliiners l rl QuietlyDejart Depart When Sad Xejvs eyvs Is Learned LearnedBaltimore LenrnetlBa1limore LearnedThtinore Baltimore AW d Nev NfI 17 17Rev Rev James J tnes A ACunningham A ACJDnlnghalR AU Cunningham U died suddenly udde1 udde1while this morning morningwlitlc JDCMnl JDCMnlwllle wlitlc preparing g to say irtas MI at t St StThomas St StfJomas Thomas Church Hickory and Fourth Fourthnvcnus Fourthnws FourthVtflUS L nvcnus VtflUS nws Woodberry Heart disease was w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1906 5 MAY lAYTIEUPBUILDIi lAYTIEUPBUILDIiAllied AY TIE UP BUILDING BUILDINGAllicll BIIILDIITGAllied Allied Trades Threaten tollack to toBack toBack Back Plumbers in Strike StrikeCENTRAL StrikeCENTRAL StrikeCENTRAL CENTRAL UNION TOO TOOWILL WILL L ACT ACTtla ACTMag tla Mag insn Meeting Called for Tuesday TuesdayEvening TuesdayEening TuetlayEvening Evening When Question of Hold HoldIngr 1101eltng foullng Ingr IJu 1i Hands of Journeymen Will WillBe WillBe nl nlDc Be Decided DeeldeelOffielnb Officials of Organiza Organization Orgnnlzntlon Organizution ¬ tion Still Hope for Arbitration ArbitrationThe Arbltrn ArbitrationThe on onTHe The dissensions existing exat1n between the themembers themem themembers mem members ers eC Plumbers Union i Local ocal No Noro Noand 5 and the Master M ter Plumbers Association Associationare StIOeIaUonate are likely IIko to assume as serious erlou proportions proportionswithin proportionswithin proportIonswithin with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

6 R THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1906 THE WASHINGTON HERALDPaW HERALD HERALDPnUiiHed PaW PnUiiHed bcd Every Morainf in the Year Y cat by byTHE byTIm THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPubJiaUOI1 Publkatioa Pubi oa Offiee te t 734 FIFTEENTH STREET NOHTHWEST NORTHWESlEntered intered Entered as leoswJcfcss e9dck ranter tur October 5 1808 19OO at atthe t Lthe the postraSco cc at Washington D C c under met a t of ofCebre e Genera of ifarch 3 1379 1379SCOTT 1mSCOTT SCOTT C c BONE Editor EAitorErnest EJ ter Ernest H Mcrriclc Trcuarer and nd Euiineii Manager ManigerGtreace ManaferCJuaa Gtreace C C Archibald Advertising Advertisin1Izaafer Advertisin1IzaaferJ Maaafer J Hany CaoiwajHam cal Cun alham gbaen Autvr Autvrduties Atdit Atditala duties C c Thompson Mechanical Supeiatea Supcdatcndent SupcdatcndentT < Ient IentTeMwneMalaMM TeMwneMalaMM T Tdeene dq enc Mw sooa Private Bras Braac Bra Esdwafe Ex aatc aatcThe I IThe The be TOufcfogtOR H neaW JIevIdii Jd is ddkered by carrie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

eI THE WASHINGTON HERALD EaALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1900 I CROKER HITS HEARST HEARSTOld Old Tammany Cliieftlin Clrleft in Also AlsoScores AlsoScores AlsoScores Scores Bourke Cockran CockranDAUGEB Cocklal1DANGER CoekranDLNGEB DANGER TO THE DEMOCRACY DEMOCRACYla In Lo Last t Interview He Will Ever Give GiveFormer GiveFormer GiveFormer Former Boas flg Writes Graphic Chap Chapter C1tnpter Chapicr ¬ ter o of New ew York Political History HistoryReasoni HllltoryR lihitoryReaaona Reasoni R ason for His Ui Hostility to the theGifted tbeGifted theGifted Gifted Orator Are Stated StatedDublin StatedDublin StatedDublin Dublin Ireland Nov No 17 liRlchard Richard Cro Croker Croker Croker ker today tod y gave out an Interview in which whichhe whichhe whichhe he added a chapter to his quarrel with withWilliam withWllIlam withWilliam William IL Hearst and paid hte hk respects respectsto to his enemies in Tammany Hall HallThe Ha1lTho HallThe The old chiefs talk was marked by byIntense byIntense byInten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

i g THE E WASHINGTON WAS 1I I N G TON T ONKEALD EEEALD HE It A LD t SUNDAY S UNDAYNOVEB NOVE3OEB NO V E M13 E It 18 1 8 1906 1 9 0 G GAME GAME BNP ENDS IN A HIE HIEGeorge George Washington and Vir YirginiaEailto Virginia Virgiida giniaEailto ginia Fall Fail to Score ScoreHATCHETPTES Scol ScoreBATCHETITESBIT e e1IATCHETITESHIT HATCHETPTES 1IATCHETITESHIT HIT LINE HARD HARDLocal HARDLocnl KARDLocal Local Players Have Little Difficulty Difficultyin in Gaining GnlnlnlThro Through Jh Old Dominion DominionForwards DominionForward DominionForwards Forwards for Substantial Gains GainsJohnson GainsJohnson Johnson and Randolph nnioii Particular Particularly PartlcularIT ¬ ly Adept at Running nunnln Back lUcks IvlcknIn lUcksIn lUcksIn In a game ga e In which w lch every man em employtd emp10nd ploytd his utmost ut utmqst st strength energy and andcunning andcunning andcunning cunning and in which first one team teamthen teamthen teamtncn then the other otherS would gain a decided d ad advantag...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

I 1 THE WASHItfTOff W ASHINGT ON HERALD 1tALD SUNDAY NOVEMBEE NO VEMBER 18 lt6r 1 G 9 NAVY 40 40CAROLINAO 40CAROLINAOTarheels CAROLINAo CAROLINAoTarheeIs Tarheels Never Got Near the theAnnapolis theAiillapolis theAiuiapolis Annapolis Goal GoalSOUTHERNERS GoalSOUTHERNERS GoalEOUTBXRNERS SOUTHERNERS POOH SHOWING SHOWINGAfter SHOW1NGfter SHOWINGAfter After fter Putting the Game Beyond Pale Paleof P1leof Paleof of Defeat the Middies Put in an anEntirely anEntirely Entirely New Team to Drill the theMen tileIen theMen Men Ien for the Game with HIt the Army ArmyJiavy Arm Armn Armyavy Jiavy n avy Team Has Improved Greatly Grcntl GrcntlSpecial GreatlySpecial Special to The Wwbtagto W Wik IlmN IlmNAnnapolis II IIAnnapoJ fliraiNAnnapo Annapolis Annapo Md Md Nov ov l7Tne football footballteam footkllteam fotbthlteam team of oftJte the University of North Caro Carolina CarolIna r rlna ¬ lina lna was wa completely overwhelmed by the theAnnapolis tbeulDapoUs theAnnapolis Annapolis midshipmen eleve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

i i iI I 10 THE WASHINGTON WASBINGTONHBALD HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1906 MARKET MARKET i ll REALTY REALTYMany REALTYMany I IMany Many Peals in Making But ButFew ButFer ButFew Few Are Closed ClosedHUNDREDS Close1HUNDREDS CloscUHUNDREDS HUNDREDS SEEKING SEEKL G HOMES HOMESA HOMESAHsessor HOMESANscsor I A AHsessor sessor Report Shows Sho Hint 1VnHb 1VnHbingrton Wnihington Vnllhington ington Has Had Remarkable JJnilcl JJnilclAnmcrons Dulleliug BuiIillug lug Growth In the La Last t Ten Years YearsXU111erous YenriNunierous Anmcrons Xcw cw DvrelliiiRs Planned PlannedMany PlanneelIan Planne13luny Many Ian Improvements to He Made MadeIt 3IadeIt UndeIt It fats a dull week in real estate estateSalesmen tatcSaJeslDNl estateSalesmen Salesmen were ere busy abowi1lg howi s pro pcQspttve pcQspttvetustoiners p ptive ptivecustomers Uve Uveustomers customers properties but fwdeals f w deals were wereready wereready wereready ready to close toile by yestertlar Hundreds Hundredsof of homeseekers Inspec...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

w w y THE W WASflINGTON ASHIHGTOtf HERALD SUNDAY BUNDA Y J NOVEMBER 18 1900 11 BENNING iIilw NO O T Bookies Almost most as as in Days Gone By ByBETTING ByIS ByBETTING BETTING IS UNRESTRAINED UNRESTRAINEDTrotting UNRESTRAINEDTrotting U1tESTBAflTDTrotting Trotting Odtlluyer of Friday Frida Be Became Dccome liecame ¬ came Stroller an and l Bettors Had No NoTrouble NoTrouble O OTrouble Trouble In Getting Their The Money MoneyDown lloneTDownLnyers MoneyDownLayers Down DownLnyers Layers of Odds Always 1wfl 1wflPlain Plain View of the Crowd CrowdThe OrowdThe CrowdThe The bookie will win k after alL alLOf alLOf alLOf Of course course he s weeMily 1 dew d M but in Wash Washington WMkIngton Waskthgr ¬ ington thgr he bad t to buck great raat t dlsat least leastthey Iatthey Ieasthey they looked great rett on the Hi face of the thetl fiteI th thIieL tl I IieL IieLBut cle jket jketBut t tBut But leave It to t the th wise ws 9 anus nas ta5 to devise deviseways devbiOwas dsvI dsvIWays ways and nd m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

2 t TEE WASHINGTON W AS N G TON HEBALD 1I 1 It A L D t SUNDAY S UN DAY NOVEMBER NO V E M B E It 18 1 8 1908 1 90 G < M1 Official Weather ReportRaln Report ReportRain ReportRainr Rain RainMl The ThetfMans tfMans Store Stor StorOfficial I f r 4O I etMofleys neys Thanksgiving ThanksgivingSpecials I flflK1V1fl 1 Worth or orC Ml C e M Money Back BacktfM Specials pecias in in n tfM M S I > > M SOt U 1 S San 7 s 2 2afl r m W an Overcoats OvercoatsThe + 7v av avL The Busy us Store Storewill Storewill ti L m will be busier than thanevver thaneVer Y p 3 < f P6 a Z c < r y R j fix fixever from now nowuntil n w eVer 1 1n h l lun m 3m > 3 un until n t ti II Thanksgiv ThanksgivtJ tJ tJfering ijfjs ijfjsing > r > a aIn ing In for we are of offering r fering feringthegrtest the greatest reatest reatestclothing < f fclothing > r f fc clothing c of in v values ues o of ofI ofcomparisons ofthe tT the day a Look Lookaroundmake b aroundmake aroundmakecom 0 L comparisons com...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

s Ir Second Part PartPages T THE BE W WASHINGTON I SHINGTON HERALD Second Part PartPages PartPag L Pages Pag 1 to 8 J Pages 1 to 8W 8 8WASHINGTON WASHINGTON W ASHINGT ON D C SUNDAY Y NOVEMBER NO VEMEE1t 18 1 8 1906 5PI 5PIH 5PIPresenting b M 1 1J J 4i rW rWIl Il IlIil H Iil I III 4 I I i I II IPresenting I J Presenting the thevery thevery thevery very latest latestin latestinfuriined in inThese infurlined furlined furlinedcoa furiinedcoatse coa coatse coatseThese tSII tSIIThese These have just come by express expressfrom expressfrom expressfrom from New N ew York Yesterday not nota a single furlined coat was left leftWere leftVere leftWere Were having wonderful success with withthese withthese withthese these most sensible of all coldweath coldweather ¬ er coats Come in and see these and andthe andthe andthe the others that will arrive tomorrow tomorrowMADE tomorrowAfurlined tomorrowAfarlined Afurlined Q Qcoat 23 50 coat at at atMADE G GfADE MADE of fine black broadcloth broadclothw...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SIINDAYNOVEMBEIt181906 NOVEMBER 18 181906 1908 SOME BRITISH ENVOYS ENVOYSSir Sir Mortimer Durand His Predecessors and andHis andHis His Probable Successors SuccessorsBy By EXATTACHE Considering the peculiar relations that thatexist tbatexist thatexist exist between betw eR the United States and andGreat andGreat andGreat Great Britain and the U extraordinary traordiUZ com complexity eomplexlty cornplexity ¬ plexity of the questions that are continu continually continuany conttnually ¬ ally cropping up between the two na nations JItlons nations ¬ tions tlons the port of English Ambassador Ambassadorat Am1MUI Ador Adorat at Washington n may well be regarded regardedthe as astM asthe the most important office in the diplo diplomatic diplomatlc diplomatic ¬ matic service of King Edward It Its In Incumbent Incumbent Incumbent ¬ cumbent is required to fulfill the duties dutiesof dutiesot dutlosof of his mission in such manner mann as to topromote topromote t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

HERALD ERALD SUNDAY NODE KOVEMBEE FSSEB 18 1906 1908Exclusive 3 3Exclusive THE TH WASHINGTON W S11INGT01I Exclusive News by Special Cable From the Capitals of the Old World KAISER LAUDS FRAUD FRAUDLaughs FRAUDLaughs Laughs with Germany About AboutKoepenick AboutKoepenick AboutIgoeIenich Koepenick a Escapade EscapadeCALLS EscapadeCALLS EscapadeCALLS CALLS MAYORS ARREST JOKE JOKEBogus JOKEBogus OBE OBEBogus Bogus Captain Who Looted Town TownTreasury TownTrenury TownTreasury Treasury and Played Upon Official OfileinlCredulity OfficialCredulity OmelnlredulUy Credulity Expects Opera Bonffe BonffeEffect DonfIeEffect BonffeEffect Effect of His Undertaking to Get GetHim Get111m Getiiim Him a Light Sentence for Offense OffenseBerlin OffenseBerlin OffenseBerlin Berlin Nov 17 liTbe Tb The escapade e8C8p de Oi 4 l the theOubbler UteCubbler theCobbler Cobbler Voigt who personated penl OlLted an army armyofficer armyotficer 1 1officer officer arrested the mayor of Koapenlek Eoopetlekand Koapenlek...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

J L t I n r 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SUDANOVMBEB NOVEMBER 18 1906 f 6 0 C Ie 1v 1vwI Witk the President and Mrs Roosevelt Rooseveltabsent Rooseveltab8eRt RooseveltabsAt absent for another week the White House Housewill Houtev111 Houiewill will continue to be deserted de as at mid midsummer midsummer midsummer ¬ summer Little It any social incidents incidentswill IncidentswUI Incidentswill will be found In the official circles not notwithstanding notwltluItaadlng notwItht3dlng ¬ withstanding the fact that the past week weekhas weekhas weekhas has seen Seen the reopening of the majority majorityof of official homes homesThe homesThe homesThe The Vice President returned to his hishome hkihome bI bIhome home on Farragut Square Friday evening eveningfor oyeningfor eveningfor for a short stay en route from fro Indian Indianapolis IndianapoU IndianapoI1 ¬ apolis to Florida where he is to make a aspeech aspeeeJl aspeech speech next week He was not accom accompanied accompanied accompa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

irT THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1900 a t NAME ITMIEWI CTD O Tc s ll s sMt J Mt Pleasant Pleasant easant Auxiliary x1111 x1111lects bar y Se Selects Selec lects lec 8 Its I is Superintendents SuperintendentsWOEK SuI ei111ten1 c ents entsWORK WORK OF LOCAL SOCIETIES SOOIETIESColumlJIn SOCIETIECOlnflllrla S Columbia Heights Art dab DiKOUHsex DiKOUHsexCopley DiJJouluuOopley DiscusseCopley s Copley anti and Antiquity Grand GrandChancellor GruudOhnnceUor Gran GranChancellor d Chancellor Sllddlcton VIItw LocaK Local Local1C IoenlIe 1 1C Ie of P Lod Lodc LodgeMlchlgan ca Michigan Social SocialClub SocialClub SociaClub 1 Club Holds Business Session SessionThe Ses Sessionr SessionTho lon lonTho r Tho following superintendents wpertnten ents have been beenappointed beenappointed be beappointed appointed on the Mount ount Pleasant auxiliary auxiliaryof auxilia auxiliaof rY of the Womans Vom ans Christian ChrJ tlan Temperance TemperanceUnion TemperanceUr Tempera TemperaUnion lace Un...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1908 19O k smumG A iA lt of a ap YOnAN YOnANiT iT p IIUN Rom IOWJANI N This morning remarked the widow widowmournfully widowmournfully widowmournfully mournfully stabbing her lilac toque with witha a vicious thrust of an n amethyst hatpln hatplnI I discovered discoveredmy my real age ageDid ageDid ageDid Did you flnd a gray hair asked the thebachelor thebachelor thebachelor bachelor sympathetically or did you you Ou do doit doItby doItby it Itby by the teeth teethThe teethThe teethThe The widow shook her head headIts boodIts bctadIts Its worse than that tbath she he said ak1 sadly sadlyImpossible sadlyImpossible td1yImpossible Impossible exclaimed the bachelor bachelorrubbing baohelorrubbing bcheIorrubbing rubbing his bald ld spot thoughtfully thoughtfullyThe thoughtfullyThe thoughtfullyThe The girl across the street announced announcedthe announoedthe announcedthe the widow turning upon th the bachelor bachelortragically bachelortragicallY...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

Y i THE WASHINGTON t9A 68IAGT0A HERALD SUNDAY NOVEKBEE OOEdHEB 18 1908 1906i 1908Two i ° Two Happy Handso Handsome e Wives One Husband in One ne House His Arrest for Another l CrimeResults Results in Exposure of His HisBigamous HisBigam9us HisBigamous Bigamous Venture VentureF VentureIF F ALL reports arc true Charles R Sager of1iadison ofMadison IF Madison Wis Vis is a remarkable man For no noone noone 1 one else but a remarkable man could shelter sheltertwo sheltertwo sheltertwo two wives in the same household as he is ac accused accused accused ¬ cused of doing and enjoy all the while an at atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬ mosphere of peace and contentment contentmentSager contentmentSager contentmentSager Sager is not the first man charged with the thepossession thepossession thepossession possession possession of two wives and no acquaintance with withthe withthe withthe the divorce court but he is the first so far as asknown asknown asknown known who has successfully harnesse...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

ir L Th 1 I II r I 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1900 19O STOCKS SHOW SRO GAINS GAINSMarket GAISFarket Market at atRigIl High Tide as Week WeekComes WeekCOlnes WeekComes Comes to an a End EndBANK EndBANK ElldBANX BANK STATEMENT PLEASING PLEASINGUnion PLEASINGUnion PLEASINGunion Union Pacific Pu Hlc a Leader with London LondonBuying LondonDuying LondonBuying Buying Heavily HendlyProflttaklngFnl1s HendlyProflttaklngFnl1sto Proflttakinir Falls Fallsio io o Force Down Prices PrIcesDunk Bank of ofEnglands ofEnJlnnI8 ofEnglandN Englands Position la Considered ConsideredFavorable ConsitlercdFnTorableXcws ConsideredFavorabIeews Favorable FnTorableXcws NOTTS and Comment CommentNew CommentI CommentNew CommentNew I New York Nov K 1LTGday Today the security securitymarket securitymarket ecur1tymarket market for the fifth consecutive session sessionof sessionot sese1onof of the stock exchange was the scene of ofgeneral ofgeneral ofgeneral general and eonUauoBs strength Deal Dealings...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

J1 or orI 6 6I 6I I I I Third Pages dl 1 Part PartPages to ar 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD rJioaL rJioaLWASItINGTON dl dlI a I D C SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 181906 1906 JACKSON S CAMP CA MPA AIGN AIGNON IGN IGNON ON EASTERN EA S TERN SHORE SHORELEADERS SHORELEADERS LEADERS DEPLORE HIS METHODS Baltimore Md Nov 17 17That That money moneywon moneyWOn moneyWOn won Aim a seat in Congress that the theamount thoamount theamount amount he spent Is nobodys business businessand buslnBS8and businessand and that lie Is not going to lose any an sleep sleepover sloepover sleepover over the matter are statements credited creditedto to Congressmanelect Congro smanelect William H H Jack Jackson Jackson Jackaon ¬ son Republican which startled Maryland Marylandthis 1Iarylondthis Marylandthis this week WeekHp uekH weekHo Ho H is quoted as justifying jWltlr ing himself by bysaying bysayIng bysaying saying that his opponent Thomas A ASmith ASmith 1 1Smith Smith Democrat spent S ent all he could got gotand gotand got...

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