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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

I 4 i THE WASHINGTONHERAL WASHINGTON ASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 TO TOHYIPROVESCHOOLS TOHYIPROVESCHOOLSEducators IMPROVE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSEducators Educators Plead for More MorePractical MorePractical MorePractical Practical Learning LearningWOULD L arch g b br bWOULD 1 r WOULD > TEACH CnROW HOW TO FARM OFARMDr FARMDr Dr Knapp I nnpp Believes Courses In Asrl Asrlculture Agriculture Jrl Jrlcnlturc culture In n the Secondary School SchoolWould S Sclruola SclruolaWould lu l lVouJd Would Popularize Rural nurl LUcSug LifeSuggestlon Life LUcSugJcdlon Sus KCfftlon Made to Confine Pure PureScience PureScIence Science to the Universities UnheraltlCIIit it itSJXCial ± Spccitl w ThTw ne 1Y Wiig B HenOd HenOdCharlottesvlllefaiNAv IIIILCJiarlott HeraldCharotteri CharlottesvlllefaiNAv CJiarlott Charotteri Smefi eltRv v 3L Si The The confer eoner eonerence Conference ence on secondary education eduCIl Ion in the South Southclosed Southclosed Southclosed closed V Onlcht to > night ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

i = THE T R E WASHINGTON WAS H I N G TON HERALD HER flEBALThSUNDAYNOVEBEB A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY NOVEMBER NO V E ME E It 25 n 1906 1 19O 90 Ga Gan ilLAIM PUBLIC PAY PAYPlumbers PAYS PAYSPlunib PAYSP1urnbers Plumbers Plunib Js Say Householder HouseholderLose Housel1oldersLose ilouselioldersLose Lose liy by Masters I ter8 Methods MethodsCHARGE MethodsCHARGE MethodsCKARGE CHARGE WORK IS ISliocnl INFERIOR INFERIORcal flThRI0RLocal Local cal Labor Men Pleased by b XCTTH e es 1I o oCampers of ofGompera OfGomper Campers Election ElcctlonSo No Strike Ex Expectcd Expectcd E Epected pectcd Among Postal Telernp TelernpOperators Telegraph TelegraphOperatorsIntere TelegraphOperatorInereit Operators OperatorsIntere Interest t Aroused in tin tinComing the theComhtl theComtng Coming Election of Bookbinders BookbindersI ur I wish said Id a member of Journeyman JourneymanPlumbers Journe JourneymunPlumbers mnn mnnPlumbers Plumbers Union No o 5 yeaterday The TheWaahington TbeWashington TheWaahington Waah...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

ii iip I i p 6 THE WASHINGTON WASKINGTONtEBALD HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 2 130S THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPubliited HERALDPubtuhed Publiited Every Merainf M Mornh rniBf in the Year by byTHE byTHE byTHE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPublication COMPANYPIlb1ication COMPANYPubaion Publication OSce 734 73 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTCBtend NORTHWES1EDtt NORTHWESTtCTld CBtend EDtt d as Bcawddasa matter naU October 5 K06 O6at O6atthe at attfee atthe the postoffice at Wathictoo D C c under act actCoa Ji JiCOBETCH t tColigreM COBETCH Coa of Jlarelx 1 re4 3 1ST9 1ST9SCOTT mgSCOTT 15T9scorr SCOTT C C BONE Eater EflterErnest EditerErnest EaterErnest Ernest H Merrick Treasurer and Bailem Bs eu Manager MamferClarence ManferCbrence Managerclarence Clarence C Archibald Advertising Advwtisin Manager ManagerJ MuuetJ J 1 Harry Cunningham Cu lninlllam Auditor Auditordairies AuditorGules AuditorOtarlea dairies C Thompson Mechanical Superintendent SpaintendentT StpeaintendcntTelephone S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

w THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 7 GOOD SIDE OF TRUSTS TRUSTSBy I By J H GORE GOREProfessor GOREProfessor Professor of Mathematics George W Wahngton hinaton University The primary INKPASS of a trust is to tomake tomake tomake make money IMRe But there t re Is s more than one oneway onewy oneway way to mske money JItOHytt It can ea n b be done by bywise bywise bywI wise wI economy ecODOm or by harsh extortion aad aadbefore a1Klbetore nd ndbetoro before Judgment te I prewHmced r1o1ee4I ed wpon pon a atrust af atrust f trust it should h id be ascertained which pur purpose purhas purk ¬ k pose P ° ° has been In view ani how wen It is isobserved Iiiobsenoo isobserved observed observedA A genera gefteraJ condemnation oondentnt on of corporate In Interest Interesta Interesto ¬ terest is today a as s unreasonable as was wasthe wasthe wsthe the prejudice years Ris ago against labor laborsaving laborsaTIng laborsaving saving devices The Tb capital pIt1 that Is now nowreleased n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

i u J 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD > SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 YALE YALE3 6 HARYARD HARYARDQ HARYARDQ01el 0 0Old 0Old Old Eli Outplays Crimson CrimsonThroughout CrimsonTbrongl1out CrimsoiiThroughout Throughout Contest ContestFORWARD COlltesteFORWARD ContestFORWARD FORWARD PASS A BIG FACTOR FACTORXciv FACTORlev FACTORNew New Play PlnJlnkeN Make Pos Possible lhle the Only OnlyTouchdown 0111rTouchdown Oii1rTouchdown Touchdown Made l b y the Winners WinnersError WlnneriiErrors Innerll InnerllErrorH Error of Judgment J lgment Crop Out OutAmong OutAn10nl OutAmong Among Cambridge Players PlayersBurr PlayersBurrPUlltsAccurnely PlayersBurrPunts Burr BurrPunts Punts PUlltsAccurnely Accurately nnd Far FarNew FarNew FarNew New Haven Conn Nov M 340utpl8YOO 340utpl8YOOpractically Outplayed Outplayedpractically Outplayodpractically practically in every respect Harvards Harvardsboasted Harvardsbouted Harvardsboasted boasted football eleven oeven wa was conquered by byYale byYale byYale Yale here this a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

I THE T KEW WASHINGTON A S K I NGTONB HERALD A L D1JNDAY SUNDAY NO NOVEMBElt ov VEHBEB EE 25 1906 190 6 9 9I I RODE RODEFIVE FIVE WINNERS WINNERSMille llllRS llllRSMiller Miller Mille Piloted Each of His illsMouiit HisMounts HisloulltsH Mounts loulltsH Mouiit Home me in Front FrontA FrontLANDBD FrontLANDED FrontLMThETh A LANDED BANKER AT 12 TO 1 1Crack 1Crnck 1Crack Crack Jockeys Good Horsemanship HorsemanshipProbably HorsemansblpProbabl Uoreniansh1pProbbIy Probably Probabl Averted Accident Then AVbcnSchilling WIiCIIScliIIIing ThenSchilling Schilling Caught Oxford I by > T the theBridle thcBridle theBridle Bridle for Which He Wan Set SetDown SetDonn SetDown Down for Balance of the Meeting MeetingWalter Meetingwae eetlnl eetlnlWUer Walter Miller has eetaWIshea e tabllshec1 himself himselfthe blm hImejthe e1 e1the the ideal d al at t Betmln The h champion championjockey champlonjockey eItsmp4onjockey jockey of the year is so dtatinotly dlsttn tJy in the thelimelight thel1mellgbt th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

I I 10 THE T WASHINGTON WASJINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 H 1906 1906H BIG ij DEALS PENDINGSyndicates PEDIGSyiidicatcs PENDING PENDIMSyndicates Syndicates Seek Suburban SuburbanLand 811 SithurballLathi bllrbau bllrbauLa Land La l for Subdivisions SubdivisionsBBOKER SubdivisionsBROKER SubdivisionsBROXR BROKER REVIEWS SITUATION SITUATIONLikes SITUATIONLikes SITUAPIONLIkeS Likes Optimistic View of Expansion ExpanBionof Expansion Expansionof of City in All Directions DlrectonsPrOIJert DlrectonsPrOIJertSales DirectionsPropertySales Property PropertySales Sales for the Week VcckSev Ncvr Rumor RumorAlioat RumorAIJout RumorAbout About Seventh Street Transaction TransactionCompany TruDIIRctionCompan PransactionCompany Company Organized in Louisville LouisvilleWorking LoulsdUerorklng LouisvilleWorking Working on large schemes beet est de deEcribes deGcrlbes doscrIbes scrIbes the condition of the real estate estatesituation estatesituation estates1tuaton situation at the end of the w week w...

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

THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOYEMBEB NOVEMBER25 25 1906 11 I1 TRS TRSOAIILGRE AIRS DiHLU SIDEAttOll1QY SIDEAttorney Attorney Tells of Claims Cla 1ils of ofMrs ofMIiS ofAh Mrs Ah Coltots 901tovS PauJitors PauJitorsTTHDITB Daugl1torSDE DaiigiithrsDENI DE DENI S TTHDITB Vt DUE INFLUENCE INFLUENCESrmc INFLUNCJESsne flivpESyinc Srmc InI InInM t DeaiT TVomnns Wo n 18 3Iml 3ImlVnv MInhlWw lfn1 lfn1nw Ww Vnv nw Soun1 Soun l nml tlmt Client Are AreIVithln Areltbln AreWithin Within ltbln Their RislitsBcuIcH Wrong WrongIn VrongIn In Filing FiUn of Will VIII in California CaliforniaConrt CnJlfornlnCUt1r CaliforniaCourIri Conrt CUt1r CourIri 3Iti lrfGrnec Graces Bequest BequeststMertHWUg BCfuestSo So m mzy 1 hileadIDg Iet1ng anti nd prf WJUIC1R1 WJUIC1R1Sttein utcml utcmlst stMertHWUg st Sttein tem lf11ttlylt t Imva 1a w peati4l a 8d lately b t Ut t the thewill lhew111 Litowill will of Mrs AIrs Sim Btnlii B1fl M C CeltD lt n widow of ofGen orGrn OfGon Gen G D D C CeIton ton fwm frsqait lSy Of C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

12 Y SHE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER JlEMBER 25 1906 L Ci lilt liltOfficial Official Weather Report ReportFair ReportFairTHE ReportFairTHE Fair THE MANS STORE STOREA STOREA A Thanksgiving Feast of ofGood ofr Good Things r in tf M S M MI MJk I CLOTHING CLOTHINGfor Jk + s for the a three busiest days daysselling daysselling 5ci selling of o the ie e season seasonWe seasonWe seasonF F We e want the Monday Tues Tuesday T Tuesy ues uesday ¬ y day a and anWednesday Wednesday preceding precedingThanksgiving precedingThanlsgiving A 2 Thanksgiving Thanksgivingrecord to 0 show the big biggest biggest ¬ 4 gest e ean record o of selling this t s season seasonand seasonand and an theres every everyreason eve reason why w they theyshould theyt y yshould t + < should for we are offering a afeast afeast ah aa h a feast of o special values v arcs in in the best bestclothing bestclothing bestc clothing c of m produced in in America Americathat Americathat merica mericathat tL that oug...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

i F iiiiju iiiijuIYw IYw I Second S Paes1 Pages 1 to tPBrtT Part PartPages 8 THE ii iJ WA T SHINGTON S H I N 6 T 0 N HERALD H E RAL B I Second SecondPart SecondPartPages C Pages aOIId aOIIdtPSLC 1 tPSLC to Fart FartPages 8 8WASHINGTON 8WASHINGTON i iii ii WASHINGTON D C ei SUNDAY NOVEMBER ROY 7dBE 25 1806 I BOOKS J f Ic1 Ic1r r r rThe If IfThe The Roosevelt BearsTheir Bears BearsTheir BearsThfir Their travels and adventures adventuresby adventuresby adventuresby by Seymour Eaton illustrated illustratedwith illustratedwith illustratedwith with 16 full page colored plates platesand platesand platesand and black and white illustrations illustrationson on every page by V Floyd FloydCampbell FloydCampbell FloydCampbell Campbell undoubtedly the best bestjolliest bestjolliest bastjolliest jolliest and most amusing childs childsbook childsbook childsbook book this year every every child childshould childshould childf childshould f should have Tile Roosevelt RooseveltBears RooseveltB Rooscvc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

PO J 0 2 TH THE WASHINGTON WASBINGTONEZItALD HEHAL3 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 I PE PENALTIES f9 OF ABi DEATH DEATHGovernment DEATHGovernment rH rHCapital Government Measures S for the Abolition of ofCapital ofCapital Capital Punishment in France FranceBy F FranceBy ranee raneeBy By EXATTACHE XATT H No probfcm prob m has excited a wider degree degreeof degreeoC degreeot of Interest and 8 of discussion qlon during dQrin d1 the thelast tlelast theIaet last KM years than that of capital t pqn punishment pqnl pqnIshment ¬ ishment l 1tment whtafc Empress Catherine theGrMt the theGreat theGreet Great GrMt of Russia Ru sla jas s the first of European Europeansovereigns Europeansove Europeensov1e1gR sovereigns sove to abolish prompted omptd thereto theretoby U1eretqby there thereby by the French savant aaftnq whose wlt presence presencein p senc sencIn eooe eooein in her hfr h r entourage relieved Ker Ourt ourt of ott1le ott1leav ottheflavir the theflavor flavor r of Oriental barbarism imparte...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

t THE WASHINGTON HERALD EH ALD SUNDAY NO NOVEMBER 1iOVEMB VEMHE8 R 25 1906 isExclusive is GExclusive Exclusive News by Special Cable From the Capitals of the Old World PRANKS BY SKELETON SKELETONDruid SKELETONDruid Druid Priestess Haunts Hauntsspoilers De Despoilers Depo D e spoilers po lers of Her Grave GraveBONES G11aveBONES craveBONES BONES HAVE TO BE RESTORED RESTOREDtJncnrthed RESTOREDUnearthed RESTOREDunearthed Unearthed from Ancient Resting RestingPlace RestingPlace RestingPlace Place Entire Village la Disturbedby Disturbed Disturbeduy Disturbedby by uy the Uncanny Spools SpookArchae SpookArchaeoIogiRt Arclme Archaeologist Arclmeoloerint oloerint Forced to Give Up His Re Researches Resenrebes lieaenrehei ¬ searches Because of Peculiar Acts ActsLondon ActsLoUdon ActsLondon London London Nov No 24 2 24At Ail A Ancient skeleton skeletonthat skeletontbat skeletonthat that refused ret sed to t < J abide Ide peacefully In any anyabode anyabode abode but her original orlglnal ori...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

I II 4r I I 4 THE WASHIHGT01T HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 0 OCle Thanksgiving Day long recognized as asthe asthe z zthe the opening day tor or Washington Was1 Rg n society societywill odet odetwill will 111 find most of the leaders Ieder of o official officialand o oIIda1and ldatand and resident elreies cres again at honte and andwith andwith nd ndwith with plans mad mdw for each and every day dayuntil dayUntil daybntIl until Ash Wednesday which by com common 00tftmon outamon ¬ mon consent is s recognized as a the t tQ dose doseof doaeof of Q the fashionable season seasonWhile seasonWhlle aeaaonWhile While the invitations are already out outand outand outand and the announcement of certain dates dateswell dateswell dat datwelt well up to Christmas there is every ery ret reason r rBOn retson ¬ son to expect a a busy if not a brilliant brilliantseason brJltlaatseason bZIUIItteeason season with the eWe interest eontariag eontariagabout OMtarl oaterlagabout g gabout about the White H...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

° THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1905 WITERGOWBLOO WITERGOWBLOOClosingNoYeinberBaysBrinj WINTER ITERQHIBLOOC1osing11T GOWNS BLOOM BLOOMClosing ClosingNoYeinberBaysBrinj ClosingNoYeinberBaysBrinjBack Closing b ovem ovembelDa ber DaysBling DaysBlingBack sBii11 i t tBack t Back Smart Dresses DressesCOSTUMES DressesCOSTUMES DressesCOST1ThtES COSTUMES TEEM WITH HINTPretty HINT mNTSPretty BINTaPretty Pretty Millinery Conception of Mali Maiand lUn1l1 lUn1l1Dnd Maliand and Matron Will He Seen the Com Conying Comln ComIn ing ln Weelc WeelGrnnd Grand Array Arrn of rev AciCIotliCM New NewCJot11e revClothe Clothe from Paris to CatcH tli tliEye the theEyu pas pasLye Eye of the Washlntonlnns WashlntonlnnsTh Th The closing cle days of NCV November vtmber ZILbot will n nonly not notonly no noonly only brine back to town th the last of t tsummer the thesummer tit titsummer summer loiterers at t country O cmtry homes homesabroad or orabroad o oabroad abroad but t will show 8 grand array arr...

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

6 THE mvWASINGTO WASHIJTTOIT HEBA1D EA STTTTDAT SNDA NOVEMBER NOVEB 25 1906 THE THENEWARTOF THENEWARTOFNEAR NEW ART OF OFNEAR NEAR LOVE MAKING MAKINGBY G GBY BY HELEN ROWLAND Men sighed the th widow selecting a apale apale pale pink bonbon bonb n from the box In her herlap her1ap herap lap ap and fixing it with uncertain aim at atthe atthe atthe the expectant collie on the rug Hbave Hbaveforgotten have haveforgotten haveforgotten forgotten how to say nice things thingsThe thingsThe thingsThe The bachelor gazed ruefully at his hisprize hisprize hisprize prize dog who snapped sn pped up the sweet and andwagged andwagged andwagged wagged his tail for fol more moreHe moreHe moreHe He will die of sugarontheheart sugarontheh nrt he hegroaned hegroaned liegroaned groaned groanedWell groanedWeU groanedWell Well thats better declared the thewidow Utewidow thewidow widow than dying for the want of it itBesides itBesides It ItBeIdee Besides went on the bscbelar It ItIsnt ItIsnt ItIsnt Isnt wha...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 219O6 1906 7 T The Romance of o f Carborundum CarborundumA H iI iIT d h L D F d A Wonderful New Substance Born of Carbon Salt Saltand J1 ar er t tan an lamon S Oa and Sand at a Temperature Hot as the Sun Grohid dK < 7r d adf fah esor o0 1scoyere 1scoyereo 2icoyer 2icoyerrborUndurr7 s cr II L o C8 c4rboruntvD7 rborUndurr7 By Leigh Mitchell Hodges HodgesNE HodgesONE HodgesNE NE day fifteen years ago a man named namedAcheson namedAcheson namedAcheson ONE Acheson in Monongahela City Pa was wasexperimenting wasexperimenting wasexperimenting experimenting with an electric current currentThis currentThis currentThis This man was a sort of dreamer Some folks folkscalled folkscal1ed folkscalled called him a fanatic on the subject of electricity electricityabout electricityabout yt ytabout about which comparatively little was then knownBut known knownBut knownBut But if he gets any pleasure out of it they theysaid theysaid theysaid said let him go o...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

IE IIiIIPUIIF IIiIIPUIIFI k Th ThFZ I 8 THE T R E WASHINGTON WAS 1I I N G TON HERALD R E 1t A L D SUNDAY NOTEHBEE NO NOVEtBER25 V E M BE It 2 5 1 1900 9 0 f n STOCK DROP IS SHARP SHARPDecline SHARPDecline S11ARPDecline Decline Conies Despite Good GoodBank GoodDank GoodBank Bank Statement StatementEEAGTIOIir StatenientREAGTION StateniwitBBAGTION EEAGTIOIir IS NOT A STTRPBISE STTRPBISEAdverse SUllPRISEAtlVcrse SUPItISEAilvcrne Adverse Factor Found in Grcnt Grcatlortbern Northern antI Northern Paciflc PaclfIcUn PaclfIcUncertnInty PacificUncertainty Un Uncertainty ¬ certainty Concerning Value of Ore OreCertificates OreCertificates OreCertificates Certificates Responsible London LondonReceives LondonRecchcII LondoaReceives Receives Severn Millions MillionsNew 3ii1iIornNew lIllIouHNew New York Nov stIt L It WM wa as bard to toassign toasslbJ1 toassign assign reasons for the decline in the mar market market market ¬ ket today as It was s some someUme time pre previously previously prev1ouy...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

1 Third Pages dl dlar 1 Part PartPages to ar 8 THE WASHINGTON 11 I 1 HERALD HERALDWASHINGTON L LWASHINGTON Thiri Pages 1 Part PartPages to 8 8WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C TTNDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 1906 f WATER COLOR EXHIBITI EXHIBIT I The Th Prize Winners and nd Other Notable No blc Pi Pic tures w The Washington Water Color Club Clubopened CluboP6Iled Clubopened opened Its eleventh annual exhibition in inthe Inthe inthe the Hemicyclo of the Corcoran Gallery o oArt of ofArt ofArt Art on Saturday when from 1 II oclock oclockuntil oclockuntil oclockuntil until 4 the connoisseurs and patrons ofart of ofart ofart art gathered gathered for a private view r 1ew of whatmany whatmany what whatmany many authorities consider the Best taiont taiontproductlon UllontprOdU1tlon talontproduction production shown thus far by b the society societyFrom societyFrom societyFrom From a pictorial standpoint the exhibi exhibition exhibition exhlbitlon ¬ tion te typically American both In sub subjectmatter sub...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

iC iii I = I 2 THE WASHINGTOH HEBALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25 2 1908 GEN DANIEL H RUCKER RUCKERF RUCKERFortyfive F ortyfive Years with the Colors He HeIs HeIs Is N Now ov Retired Living in quiet retirement at his h home home183t home1st 183 183t Jefferson J JeIe place is Gen Daniel H HRuck ItRuck it itfluckr ° Ruck fluckr r fatlierlnlaw of Phil Sheridan Sheridanerstwhile Sheridanerstwh Sheridanerstwhile erstwhile erstwh e friend of the noted Kit Carson Carsonand Carsonand Carsonand and boyhood chum of Sherman whom whommore whommore whommore more than a little Uttle in appearance he re resembles reeembles ¬ sembles He is 1 m In his ninetyfifth ninet fith year yearbut yearbut ear earbut but is hale and hearty heart yet and although althoughhe he enjoys enjo s greatly tly the th thq memories of his hisbusy hisbu hisbusy busy bu past he Is like most soldiers loath loathto lo loathto th thto to speak of a career that has been b n filled filledwith filledwith filledwith with sturdy stu etuiily ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 25 November 1906

t I w S E J THE WASHINGTON W HERALD SUNDAY t ITOVjEMBEE 25 1906 3 3THERIV 3F F THERIV THE RIVAL AL BEAUTIES OF THE THEGRAND GRAND OPERA > 7rss 8p Sr1TParr Sr1TParras ra raEnette as clilrette Enette WfnifeAst The BeazWfrcI e VIilrL Profile Profileof 0 of Toss Farrar Tappa 6ePaldir2eh 6ez czldine m z ° a ai11i1PaeJite ai11i1PaeJitejl2the 1 lat aer te teCin Cin jl2the eI Tmoa Fri ao2 ol2 Scene rJrea f Woman oman Cook Who Earns 15000 a Year YearOULD YearWOULD YearW OULD you oupend spend your life In the kitchen busy busywith busywith busywith WOULD W with pots potapltns pans ns and culinary creations if f you youwere youwere ou ouvre were paid d 850W liCIIt 016 a year for doing doln so Cooking Cookingisnt CookingIsnt Cookingisnt isnt an attractive e occupation in the th6eyes eyes of most mostpersons mostpenonMbut mostpersonsbut persons penonMbut but 15000 Ii te certainly an attractive attractivefamous attractivetalar attractivesalary talar salary It is the annual pay of Yrs Rosa wI8 ...

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