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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

1 THE WASHINGTON WASEINGTONHERALD HERALD SUNDAY tfOVEHBiB rlOVELB R io i b 1906 19O r H TT f 1 Y S f H T YT fl T7 S TPfc SIGSBEE SIGSBEETHE THE SAILOR SAILORFortyseyen SAILORFortyse SAILORFortyseven Fortyseyen Fortyse en Years in the Navy His HisWork HisWork HisWork Work Is Now Done It was a beautiful b set et of photographs phot graphs of ofthe otthe ofthe the graceful gra ful old ships of the United States Statesnavy Statesnavy Statesnavy navy shtos sbl s of the days of th the old Ro Romance Romance Romance ¬ mance before the era of steam turned turnedseamen turnedseamoo turnedseamen seamen who ooud hand reef and steer steerInto steerlnto steerinto Into what some bluejackets call belly bellymechanics b baI1yn1e4hafl1O lIY4 lIY4mechanlcs mechanics About About the prettiest picture picturein picturein in the world next to the portrait of a abeautiful aboonUful abeautiful beautiful woman IB l that of a fullrigged fullriggedBhlp fultrlggedship fullriggedi1 ship i1 under full sail She ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

R THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18 1906 1 1r r w 1 + 8 8t t Y Yv Yf YI v f I I 1l1U I1Ul daL I C i i4 llow Aowu4Nn M A 4rWI i1z i1zr t tIi Ii j Il 01 4000 Men riu riui i f St r T J A rtm tawve e ont t 1 1 1rPn2JeMourt tbe 1 MithcI4 1Il 1 1l l rPn2JeMourt mde 7e Jllito aid A nd It Itt 1fT C aWe I tl1itt ffid ffidT t Caumrd tlll It ttre 1 011 l J U T oubfe ANAMA now has a clean bill of health so faras far faras farcue P PANAMA as yellow loV fever is is concerned Medical sci sciand science scienceand cicnceand cue and the United States gov government rllmeut have se secured secured secured ¬ cured a agn argreat great at + triumph in l11 stamping out the dread dreaded dreaded dreaded ¬ ed scourge scourgeTins scourgeThis scourgeThis This splendid spl undid result was accomplished in about abouta a year y ar from the time of American occupancy of the thecanal thec theanal canal c n 1 strip st p It was not an easy task but still oneabout one oneabout oneabout about which clings a r...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

j 4 t THE T HEW WASHINGTON ASH I 1 G TON HERALD HER A L D SUNDAY S U Ii DAY J NOVEMBER N 0 V EM BE It 18 1906 1 9 0 G I c u b b The rh lhe tastes tate of Washington audiences audienceslike audlencfS1Ike like those e of audiences the world around aroundchange aroundchange change and fluctuate uctuate from season to toson toson son There are Te fashions and fads fad in n t tdomain tdomain th5 domain of the drama and music muc as aseverywhere everywhere else A few years yeai ear age Wash Washington WashIngton ington wanted a great deal of heavy heavserious serious it not tragic drama to meet its ItsEmoUonaI emotional needs noed during a season ea2On It could u14l u14lstand stand in succession sueceMI ft two or three weeks weenn woekr of n r Shakespearean Shake peatean plays or something somethingequally SOIlUtthtn SOIlUtthtnequally somothtnequally equally substantial without showing sbowlnrthe > the slightest sUg test signs of emotional exhaus exhaustion tion Now it takes to the gay...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

< o 0 THE WASHINGTON fiEEAIB EALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 181906 18 1900 P TB ETHEL TFIEL BARRYMORE BARRYMORECHATS BA RRYMORE RRYMORECHATS CHATS OF HER PLAY PLAYBy By MARIE B SCHRADER Ethel Barrymore has been demonstrat demonstrating demonstrating demonstrating ¬ ing her originality of thought in her ap approval approval approval ¬ proval af plays It would be rather a adifficult dodlffioult difficult matter wouldnt It to force a astar astar aStar star to appear in a part which happened happenedto to be extremely dlaU dl distasteful taatetul t fal to her There Thereare Thereare Thereare are so many managers mana ers a aDd d the tastes of oftheatrical oftbeatrlcal oftheatrical theatrical luminaries are so individual individualthat IndivIdualthat individualthat l that naturally a 8 great eat deal of credit or ordiscredit ordIscredIt orr r discredit must be given t the star when whenhis whenhis whenhis his play is considered The manager se selects selects selects ¬ lects the vehicle which is...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

c 6 g j TEE WASHINGTON WAS 11 I N G T ON HE HERALD It A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY 1T 1TOVEKBEE 0 V EM BE It 18 1 8 1906 1 19O 9 O I THE CANDIDATE CANDIDATEI I APolitical A Political Romance < CopyricJac 1901 ioo by y Harpei BrotllCra By Joseph A Altsheler SYNOPSIS SY OPsIS PRECEDING CHAPTERS CIIAPTERSJ C1hUPIRS1imy J Jimmy Ofafnn a Waft W ai a the th dark daftof dtka ham hamof of a national Bat oaal Mawunrion is nomtoatc far l r the Vteuh VteuhdMicy 1 1dPDy Li Lideuty dMicy Yom YCIIIRIC Harley th die uaieapoadent det Irt of the theT tileie tbeec ie ec T York Gazette nette is a the ant to teU the eaawtl eaawtldne CUIIIId1tl ca dne the good M4 newt lie accmaeanicB th tbs Grajvona Grajvonat t tlwir Wttteru home borne name cad a sweto Gfajnan GTS mece meceSvirta J eeeBrJtk isetNT1 Svirta NT1 Mown from Idaho The tw twv ans 11ftttrKt ai antaaUy antaaUyattracted tqUr tqUrMtraettd attracted ttrKt L th thIlaMey tlub tIM7 as aiicaI a4t cal 01 o adi adi1ia a6er a6erI1a11e IlaMey 1ia Ie tnps tnathe...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 18 November 1906

= d THE tHE WASHINGTON WAS WAax1NGt HI N G 10Ii 0 Ii HJEiiEALD 11 ERA ALD L D bUIi bUliiDAl b U D DA 1 x I 0 VLMJ3SU i y L L 1d 1LiR i E R 18 1 8 1800 1800en 1 t aO3 i 1 < 04 rJJe JeY Bells GUD GUDB ut V r B C orksOJyden en In Which the Shanghaied Farmer and a aessage aMessage aMessage Message essage from the Deep are Exploited ExploitedCopyrisfat Copyrisfat C DYTfebt t MC6 by Charles Dryden DQ cn j EFORB many days had passed passedInto passedInto passedinto Into deep sea history T Wilson Wilsonof Nilsonof Vllsonot BEFORE B of Ohio was sorry he had scrub scrubbed scrubbed scrubbed ¬ bed the ships pig into a a watery waterygrave waterygrave waterygrave grave Why Vhy should an honest farmer be bemade bemade bemade made to suffer for the crimes of others othersIt otherIt othersIt It was not his fault that the mansteal manstealers manstealers manstealers ers of San Francisco had shanghaied him himaboard himaboard himaboard aboard the South Sea Se trader Moreover Moreoverthe Morcoerth...

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

J > g 1 + THE WASHINGTON WAS WA53I HI N NGTON G T 0 Ii HERALD HERALD STTKDAY S SIIA UN 11 ll64 A Y J NOVEMBEE N 0 V E M 11 E R 18 1 8 J 1906 1906L 1 1906wI 9 0 6 e eDO l y L CT c f r rfAmmjs l DO rv wI z1w z1wj z1wHOW fi 2 JgP JgPIYJ1d Ua UafKfff j fAmmjs o o mKmJiJfs fu < fj J2 3 IYJ1d JJ8 JJ8HOW TI TIo fKfff yfr c sy HOW A TINY DOG MADE HIS LONELY LITTLE MISTRESS HAPPY O youll have to dolt this time timePerks time1erk i 80 Perks 1erk Im afraid The chlkhJsh chHd cbHdIsh 1 Jsh face looking Jookl through the therailings theralUng5 therailings railings of the dingy ding ID square squaregarden squaregarden quaIi quaIiprden garden grew very wistful Perks shook shookhis shookhis shookhis his head heaved a II big sigh and gazed gazedat PHdat gasedat at one of his large whitesieved hand handin halMbIn handsIn in preference to meeting the mournful mournfulbrown mournfulbrown mournfulbrown brown eyes eyasIm eyosIm eyesIm Im afraid so Mis Miss II Kitty you JOUits tee teeIts cc ccits its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF T THE BE WASHINGTON WASHINGT SHINGTON ON HERALD i CfrnlitnVnlt CfrnlitnVnlti Eadtti ruDI ruDIOF 17 17JST0 1 26314 26314NO 26314I 26314I1TQ43 = 1TQ43 JST0 43 WASHINGTON W A SH N G TON J D Cf C Of MONDAY M 0 if DAY J NOVEMBER NO V E M BE R 19 J 1906 1 9 0 6 ONE CENT ST PETERS SHAKEN SHAKENBYBOMB SHAKENBY SHAKERBYBOIBPOPE BY BYBOMB BYBOIBPOPE BOMB POPE MR NEARAJigelEffort MRAlliedEffort IIEARAllpgedEffort AlliedEffort Y to Assassinate AssassinatePius AssassinateJius Pius at Altar Altar02sT AltarATTBMP tar ATTBMP 02sT RING jfl f C TOO TOOInfernal TOOInfernal TOOp p Infernal Machine Explodes Un Under Under Under ¬ der Qiiirnal Ql lnal the Royal Palace PalacePontiff PalacePontilI PalacePontiff Pontiff Escapes liy 11 a Few Minutes MinutesHaving JUnutesHnlng MinutesHiving Having I Left eft Cathedral for Apart Apartments ApartmcntsHundreds ApartmentsHundreds ¬ ments mcntsHundreds Hundreds of WorshipersFlee Worshipers WorshipersFlee o bil r8 r8Flee Flee In Panic Pan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

2 i THE WASHINGTON VABiINGTON1iERALDMODAYNOVEMBER HEEALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 19 1908 NEWBLOI NEW EWBLOAT BLOW AT HEARST HEARSTAttached HEARSTAttac HEARSTAttached Attached Attac ed in the Democratic DemocraticWeekly DemocraticWeekly DemoeratieWeekly Weekly Political Letter LetterBLAEED LetterBLAMED LetterBLLMED BLAMED FOE FORPARTY PARTY DEFEAT DEFEATNomination DEFEATf f 1Noin1nnt1on 1 1No Nomination No 1nation of Oalberson or Wil Williams WlI11ams WillIamM ¬ liams for for President Preid nt Is I Urged rg d In InArticle InArtlcle inAticleS Article AticleS Sent Se nt t Out io Party Part Papers PiLperII per by bythe bythe bythe the Secretary of the t e Congressional CongressionalCommittee CongressionalCommitteeHis Congresiona1CommitteeHis Committee CommitteeHis His Argument ArgumentThe ArlnlmentThe 4rgmentThe The latest IsSUe of a weekly political politicalletter politicalletter politicalletter letter which whlcfJsSeRt is 1 sent out under the ap apparent apparent apparent ¬ parent sanction ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

I TEE T HE WASHINGTON W ASH I N G TON HERALD HER A LD MONDAY M 0 N DAY ffOVEHBER NO V E DE It 19 1 9 1900 1 9 0 a 3 ALL HELD uP UP BY RUEF RUEFa RTSEFRaIeoffs Bakeoffs a eoffs Paid by Fight Pro Promoters Promoters Promoters ¬ moters and Saloon Men MenJURY MeuJURY MciiyUity JURY HAS MASS OP EVIDENCE EVIDENCEtlille EVIDENOEEelde EVIDENCEElt1fe Eelde tlille Grnney Grane anil Coffrotli Sum Summoned SumJ1 Suuii ¬ J1 i moned oncd to Tell of San Francisco FranciscoBOSSM FrnnclscoBORaH FranclcoBosss BOSSM Obtaining ObtnInln Interest In Xp Xptorlons X Xtorfoull No Notor1ou torlons Resort na n Price of Frotcc Frotcciion ProteetionDictntor ProtectlonDicintor iion tionDictntor Dictator Demanded Uloney Uloneyr UonciiFranceco r vSlBt 1 Francisco Nov IS 1STbe lSTh The grand jury jurywill juryy JuryViul will y L resume the work of probing graft gr 1t on onnext oni onuit next i xt Tuesday Tue dy taking up first Ar t the BeJ BeJviflere BeImere Belukere viflere ukere mere scandal and after tel that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

= iiTiiT iiTiiTA i 4 A THE TH WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER NOVE BER 19 1906 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDP HERALDPllblia1m1 P Pllblia1m1 PiiUhbcdEvcryMorn1cgn tli li l Ever Every Morning in tl tb hcYcu > Year by byTHE byTHE THE E WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPubUcmtlon COMPANYPubtiatIoa PubUcmtlon Office Office73C 73 73C < nFTEENTH STREET sn ET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTEntered NORTHWEStE Entered E tsed as seeosdoliu matter mittETthe October f 1906 ot otthe ntthe the postoffice posto at Waiblngton D 0 c under act uf ufCemcrtu ofCoDEltss Cemcrtu of March 3 3 1879 1879SCOTT wI wSCOTT I SCOTT C C BONE Editor EditorErnest EdItorErnest ntor Ernest H MerricV Trcuurer and Butlneis Minifrr ManaterQJreoce MinifrrClarence Clarence C C Archibald Advcrtirin AdvertIrintfan1tC1 AdvertIrintfan1tC1J > anirr anirrJ J 1 Harry Cunninfh Cunn Cninghm JICIlam AuditerChirlw AlldituoOwles Auditer Chirlw C C Thompson Mechanical Superintendent SuperintendentTelephone uperintcndetltTelcphClDC Teleph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 19 1906 5 I I Woodward 1 oodwarci Lothrop LothropNew othro othroNew New Yorfc YorkWASHINGTONPans YorkWASHINGTONPansHighgltade YorkWASHINGTONParisf WASHINGTON Paris Parisressers f Highgltade Dressers DressersQuartered DressersQuartered ressers ressersQuartered Quartered Oak c and andBirdsEye andBirdsEye 1 BirdsEye Maple MapleSpecial MapleSpeclnl Maplef MapleSpecial f j b Special Value Tn1tlc 1850 each eachSixth eachSixth eachSixth Sixth floor ftoorG G st stWASHINGTON stWSIJIXGTOX st stWSH1NGTON WASHINGTON WASHINGTONUUi NEW XEWWOJtK XEWWOJtK14th WORK WORKWaldorf WORK14th 14th and G Sts St Waldorfbtoria Waldorfbtoriaud11D WaModAtodaad Waldorf Astoria Astoriamad mad ud11D 1153 Bmewxjr BmewxjrJo tus4wyp J JJoHSmallSons p Jo JoHSmallSons JoHSmallSonsFLORISTS H Small Sons SonsFLORISTS FLORISTS FLORISTSFIFTY FLORISTSFIFTY FLORISTSFIFTY FIFTY YEARS YEARSIN YEARSIN YEARSIN IN BUSINESS BUSINESSAETISTIC BUSINESSARTISTIC BUSINESSETISTIU ARTISTIC DESIGNS AND ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

G THE mrrt WASHINGTON 1AQTPTIi1I11r HERALD DtATT MONDAY ffflTV NOVEMBER flVco 19 In 1906 lana WoadenTnat W 9ndC1ynd Merizwfll Mertz wiU say 5 Y today ri Store Ck Clnae > es Daily at f p in I I Saturday SatUJ11 at a 9 p m mAnother mI I If If I kt ktt f t p t tf tAnotlzergreatMertzspecial YI f t f J I I J JV JAnothrgr Another Anothrgr AnotlzergreatMertzspecial V great Mertzspecial Suits Suitsand Suitsand I and Overcoats to order in the theMertzway theMertzway theAfertzway Mertzway of all allwool tf f fwool as wool l fabrics as low lowas l 10 10FIT I FIT GUARANTEED GlJtXTEEDI GUARANTEEDMERTZ M MERTZ APD MERTZ co I 906 F FStreet Street Streetvening I ITuesday Tuesday Evening vening Nov NovThe 20 20The 2 2The The Young Mens MensChristian MensChristian MensChristian Christian Association Association17Gstnw 1736 17Gstnw 17GstnwT G st nw n nl6Teft T 816 615Tait l6Teft Ten Bible Study Stud Groups Groupssystemat Groupssystematgracled systematic systematicgraded graded and popular following...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

7w i THE TItEWASKINGTONEEALD WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NONNVEBEB NOVEMBER 18 191906 1908 7 I CHANCELLOR CIIAIOELLORTO TO PAY PAYt PAYool PAY1ioo1 t School 1ioo1 ool Superintendent Sup intendent Will WillBear WillearBxpenses WillBearpenses Bear earBxpenses Expenses of Trip TripWIST TripWEST TripWST WEST GIVES Grv S AN ANXPLANATION ANXPLANATIONBaIt EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONBait EXPLANATIONHnltCallcd Bait HnltCallcd Called on Appropriation ut utLast utLast utLuit Last Jlinute Inutc to Make 1nke Certain of Le Legality LcI Leguilty ¬ guilty of Action ActionEducator Educator How However lIowever however ¬ I ever Is I Still Indignant and Scores Scoresthe Scoresthe Scoresthe the District DlIItrJctCommbslonersl DlIItrJctCommbslonerslT DlIItrJctCommbslonerslSUJijlflltteAdeat Commissioners CommissionersSp0riiaMl6Kt Commi3ionerI Commi3ionerStptIiteidet T I Sp0riiaMl6Kt ot C Inspection William WilliamB WIlliamE B E CJwaeeUor CJtO tor intends to carry out his hisoci hkt hisailgIssa1 oci ailgIssa1 gt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

ili iliS 8 THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONBEBALD HERALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 19 1906 GREAT GAINS SHOWN SHOWN3Iarket SllO SllOMarket Market Gets Gets Encouraging EncouragingReports Enconrag ElleouragingReports ng ngRelJOrts Reports from All Allsid AllsidlABOR Sides SidesLABOR SideLABOB LABOR TROUBLES ARE ENDED ENDEDFrom Fr BNDEDFrom IDED IDEDI IDEDFrom I From Depression D vres810n at Opening of the tlieWeek theVeek theWeek Week There Is Kapiil R pfcl Improve Imiirovejiient Improveflent mlJrOVe mlJrOVeJuentt jiient flent and Strength Is I Shown in All AllLines AllLincsBanJdul Il Il1neBankiiig Lines LincsBanJdul Banking Circles Deeply In Interested Interested Interested ¬ terested In Reform System SystemXew SKtemew SyNtemew Xew ew York Nor IS 18JAst I st Monday prices pricesIn In 1 1 the security market toadied ti tM low lowest lowt lowlevel ¬ est t level that they they had reached at t any anytime anytime anytime time sinc since the first week of September SeptemberOn On r the previous prevl >...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

rT S THE THEWASKINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY NOVEJOEE 19 1906 I4 F LABOR UK AROUSED AROUSEDStillings AROBSEDStillings Stillings Order Creates Bad BadFeeling BadFeeling Feeling Among Unionists UnionistsPEENEY UnionistsPEENDY PEENEY S YS IT IS UNFAIR UNFAIRPrealdent 1JNPAiRPresident President of Bookbinders Union UnionDeclares UnionDecInes Declares Violations of Law Have HaveOccurred IIftVCOccurred Occurred in Government Printing PrintingOffice PrintingOlflceSjtuajjozt OlflceSjtuajjozt Office Situation Tense and Bni Bniployes iIflpioye ployes Expect Thine to Happen HappenAfter HappenAfter After Iwvinsr c crstulIi r frty raid r d th order orderIssued orderIssued Issued by Public PrInter Stfllings to Ms Msforemen I 8 8foremen foremen as pMWlsheti in yastardays yastardaysWashington yterdaysWashington Washington Harmld I can say that It Is Isthe Isthe the most cruel and nd Itcmrtiase and wi infa infamous mu mumous ¬ mous ruling Ihave t hve ever known an em employer employer ¬ ployer to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 19 November 1906

I J I 10 THE WASHINGTON EEEALD MONDAY NOVEMBER 19 1905 19 6 S ri riThe The Mans Store StoreOfficial StoreOfficiiI I Official Weather Report ReportRain ReportRainThanksgiving ReportRaInThanksgivingS Rain RainThanksgiving Thanksgiving ThanksgivingSpecial ThanksgivingSpecial ThanksgivingSSpecial Special SpecialM I IMSM MSM M s M 1650 Suits Suitsand Suitsand Suitsand and Overcoats I 1375 1375The The swagger swaggerney s swaggernew wag g er ernew new new M S M MOlympian MOlympian 1 1 M Olympian c coll collmodels col1e col1enxxlels ° Hcgc nxidels models in Over Ovcril Overcoats Overcoats > il In coats and Suits in inthose inthose int those t Ii 0 se fashionable fashionableI fashionablfan I j fancy fan f a n c y worsteds worstedsI worstedsand worstedsand and cassimeres cassimeresI cassimeresexcusive I I exclusive weaves weavesand weavesand I 1 and colorings coloringsshown c coloringsshown 0 lor i n g s sshown shown only at the theMans thelans theMans Mans lans Store Clothes that thatgiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 20 November 1906

I I F A PAPER PAPEROF PAPERLITY G THE T WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTO44 HERALD CiruItisiWtek CiruItisiWtekEnded t OF O QUALITY QUAA Ended Bar Rec I7i I7iWASHINGTON IL 26J314 26J314I t7 I = = NO TO44 44 WASHINGTON D C TTTESDAY TUaS JAY NOVEMBER NOVEJrIBER20 20 1906 ONE CENT L RYAN WILL ILL RETIRE RETIREBOIB RETIREBOMB RETIREST1 BOMB TO WALL ST STMultimillionaire STMulti ST1mlllioilalie Multimillionaire Multi MultiL ll1illionaire Quits QI lots ts Big BigCorporations BigCorlJOratiolls Bl BlCOI1loratiolis Corporations COI1loratiolist CorporationsCEITICISM CorlJOratiollsCRJTICISlI CEITICISM CRIT ICIS I TS t THE CAUSE CAUSERetains CAUSERettrlns Cti IJL IJLRetains Retains His Interests In tcrcsts in Many ManyFinancial MrunyFinancinl t Financial Institutions InstitutionsGives InstitutionsGivesan Givesan Gives KM His Reasons for Retiring netJrlngHis RetiringHis KetfrlnjHis His Inability to to Attend Directors DirectorsMeetingrs DireotorsJUeetin Directors3feetings Meetingrs JUeetin and Discharge Ob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 20 November 1906

I 2 n THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHEEALD HEBALD TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1906 190 190n I 6 PO POFriction P POiCllAOS POiCllAOSFriction OCHAOS GROWS GROWSFrictjon Friction Caused CausecllJY ausI by Policy Poli < J of ofPublic ofPublic ofPithlic Public Printer PrinterTWO Pr PiinterTWO Jltei JlteiTWO > TWO SIDES OF CQNTEOVERSYFriends CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYFrlemlo CONT1tOVE1SYFrlena Friends of Stillings Declare He Is IsEffecting bRtrectln TMIlTectlng Effecting Rtrectln Mnchnecdcd Reforms Re orms in inthe Intbe Inthe the Shop but Opponents OIpOnents Declare DeclareHiH DeclareJIb DeclareIlls JIb Methods Have Disorganized the theForce tbeJorccSome theForceSonic Force JorccSome Some of the Grievance GrievanceConditions GrievnneeotCODdJtkms GrIevnnceConditions Conditions at the tIe Government G t Print PrintIng PrlfttInc PaintIng Ing Office are much mixed aIx up p There is ismore Ismore 1 1more more friction evidently than for many manyyears man manean manyyears years ean past The Public Prin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 20 November 1906

= TEE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY TUESDAYNOVEMBEIt NOVEMBER 20 1906 3 11 VANDERBILT BEATEN BEATENI BEATENChicagoan BEATERC1iicaoan I Chicagoan Carries Off Honors Honorsat HOllorsat Honorsat at irotliain Horse Show ShowHTTLE Sl1oyLITTLE ShowliTTLE LITTLE rffiL GIRL WINS FIRST PRIZE PRIZEOpening PRIZEOpcnlns PItIZEOpcnlng Opening Day Indicates that This ThisYears ThisYenrs ThISYears Years Event Will VIII Be a Particular Particularly ¬ ly 1 Horsey Hor8 y Affair AffaIrSociety Society Appears AppearsIn In Force In Rich Costnmea CotninnMO1d CotninnMO1dFavorites Old OldFavorites OldFnTorltes Favorites Take the Bines BinesNew BluesNew DinesNew New Yorc Nov 31 1Ibt In wither wther ther fine fineenough fineenough 1neenough enough enough for an outdoor show w the sreatest sreatestIndoor yeatestindoor greStestIndoor Indoor fixture the National Horse Show Showbegan Showbega ShOwbegEl began bega today at Madison Square Garden GardenThere GardenThere GardenThere There will be the making makl of cham...

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