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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

r Ii 4 THE THEW WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 WANT JEEER TRADEr T Westeirn jeSt r 11 C Gaittleiiiaiiliisist 4iw 0 Jnsist 01 ofReci i Reci Reciprocal Recipro noca k Tang rallgallent l ir g b bRIVE < aneiite aneiiteIIVE ll o t1 t1LIVE LIVE STOCK teBEHBSTS STS 1IUR 1IURit HURa HUR0thceConntries it 5 5f 5Othci f Othcjb Othci 0thceConntries Countries Which hlc1 iuvor Reci Reciprppity Recil prppity l ItrQ rpaity t it Are Gradually Grmlunll Cutting Iutt IuttTli IutTh IntTh Th Duajrtess BuancK nUHJn H WiI1ti1Iaie VnitHitTc jll 1Jn C Reprc R Reprosentation cpre cpreIIen1ntlon Mentation Here ltr Onrliigr Congress tovot t twork WOrk vot for in DiiigloyJ Dil1g1c DtngicyLltsvProv1Nions DtngicyLltsvProv1Nionst DtngicyLltsvProv1NionsPresident LitProdPilonll LitProdPilonllPreliident iv Provisions ProvisionsPresident t President Rooeevelt has been asked askedurge Alikedto Alikedtourge k d urge c pongresB ngru to enact t a Jaw periDItU periDItUhjmto A him hjmto to negotiate with 1th for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

U I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 5 STYLES YLES ARE VARIED VARIEDt IJARTEDDame t Dame Da e Wasl1 Jas1iion asliion op This Season Seasonis S 8as kll kllJs n nls is ls a a aTrae TrneGosmopo1it TrneGosmopo1itHE Trne Cosmopolite CosmopoliteHER > HER HE IDEAS FROM ALL AROUND AROUNDPnrla ARQUND ARQUNDPad ABQUNDFarm Pad London New York Chicago ChlcnROBoston OhlcnJ OhlcnJn Chicagolhtlton Boston n ton St Louis Jfevr New eu Orleans ami unl1I ani1Even I Even Ten San Francisco Contribute Inr Inrpiration In InpIratlon InIIratlon piration Toward Washington WashingtonGowns WnhingtonGown VnshlngtonGowns Gowns GIving a Jfovel oveI Diversity DiversityTVlth DhersltyWith DiiersityWith With the theroturn return of nearly the entire entirefeminine entirefeminine ontirtemIxfn feminine population popul popllIt1jnaf tItnof of the Capitals Van Vanity Ylui Yluifly Vanity ¬ ity Pair one barns bei to have a compre comprehensive compre comprehensive comprehensive ¬ hensive hensive Idea of the t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

t W1tON THE WASHINGTON W 11 S H I N G TON HEBAID HE EEALDSUNDEMER it A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEHBEB DEe E M B E R 2 1906 190 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPwUitiicd HERALDPbIh HERALDPwbhIedEvery PwUitiicd PbIh PwbhIedEvery Every Mornisg MOmi Mornigin in the Year Y ur by byTHE byTHE b bTHE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPaUfcatlea COMPANYP COMPANYPab1k4iGfl PaUfcatlea P bltatiea Office O Sce 734 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTEntered NORTHWEStEntered NORTHWESt6 Entered M 6 t IUtlUS CSdI BddM8 matter October O r 5 JS06 1006 tb the poet poetoce at t W WtDC D c C URdu let e eOfl Congress Ofl o 0 March X Mi 31 3 1819 1819SCOTT 11ftSCOTT 3I 3ISCOTT SCOTT C C BONE BqNE Edlter EdlterErne EditsIErn EditerErneit Erne Ern Erneit < t H Merrick Treasurer T rtUilrer and Buiineii Manager ManagerClarence ManaterOarclKC ManagerOcrenec Clarence C C Archibald ald Advertising Advu Jln Manager ManagerJ Mna er erJ J 1 Harry Cunningkam Cunnin Auditor AuditorCharles AuditorCLarJes Charles 9Ies C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

8 8THE t THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DEOEMBER 2 1906 7 IN DIPLOMATIC LIFE LIFEGOSSIP LIFEGOSSIP LIFEGOSSIP GOSSIP OF THE CORPS f The principal topic of talk just now nowbqth nowbqtft bqth in n London and Washington WashngtoflI is regard regarding regardIng ¬ ing the successor of Sir Mortimer Durond Durondand Durnndand Durondand and this subject is liable to hold an im important Impo Importaut ¬ portant po taI1t place until the new Ambassador Ambassadoris is named Six SI years ago go Lord Paunce Pauncefotes Pauncefotes fotes death de tb made the appointment of an anenvoy anonvo envoy onvo to Washington necessary many manyprominent manypzvmlnent prominent men were discussed dl cW ed as possi possible possible ¬ ble appointees a pOlntees among amOfl them Lord Cromer Cromerthen Cromerthen then In Egypt Lord LOi Grey Sir Thomas ThomasH H Sanderson Sand l90n under secretary of the for foreign fordgn ¬ eign office and a trained diplomatist the theHon theHon Hon Francis Hyde Vllllers also ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

1i R THE WASHINGTON WAS H I N G TON HEEALD HER A L D J SUNDAY SUN DAY t DECEMBER DE CE M B E R 2 219 1906 1 90 G SEW i1E RULES FAYORED FAYOREDFootball FA1IOREDFootball Football Experts Agree on oilSome onS0111e onSonic Some Radical Changes ChangesSTILL ChalgesSTILL ChangesSTILL STILL OPPOSE MASS PLAYS PLAYSWould PLAYSVould PLAYSWould Would Have 15yanl l ynrll Penalty Sub Substituted SnIJtltutell SubtItutetI ¬ stituted for Iioxx Iio of Ball In i a For Fortrnrd Forwnrd Forward ward Pas PnsftJe FaMMeA Men Who Made Present PresentRaleK PreMentRuleR FreMentRu1et RuleR See WeakneMMCM In the Code CodeThose COIleThOIe CodeThoie ThOIe Who Vbo Were at Conference ConferencePhiladelphia ConferencePhlIAdclpkla Conferenceh1IdiIphIa PhlIAdclpkla Philadelphia Pa P Dec L IWhile While the thearmy thfarmy thearmy army and navy na partisans were preparing preparinglast propnrlng1ast propstrng propstrngast last ast night to ring down the curtain on the thefootball theoot1 thefootball football oot1 > ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

f I fHE mWKINGHEB WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAY S1 DAY DECEMBER EMBERZ 2 1906 9 r BENNING RACES END ENDUltaiu EDI I Curtain Palls Falls Fafl on Last Day of ofeason of1ast61IJ oftsterii 1ast61IJ tsterii TI iit iitoLso ir Season SeasonHOLSOHER eason easonHOLSOEERW1NS < HOLSOEERW1NS HOLSOHER oLso R W1NS THE THE EE FEATURE FEATUREShields FEATUREShlcirb RBATUREsIieIch Shields Threeyearold Colt C 1t Scores ScorCHn scoresILII an n Impressive JIIprej Victory Ylctor In the Mail Mailmum Mai1Ilium faiInlum mum at Three allies JIIJelliOcroKo Oloroso n nBeaten nBeaten nBeaten Beaten Favorite In Steeplechase SteeplechaseCeaerstrome SteepleelzaneCeilerstrome e eCetlerHtrome Ceaerstrome Fails to Win Vln Sixth SixthWhen SixthWhen When Luretta flashed by the judges in inthe Inthe Inthe the sixth race at Benning it marked the theclose thelose thecIoae close lose of the 1908 1 1fl racing sexn under the thejurisdiction thejUP8cUctton thejujlscllction jurisdiction of the Jockey Club The Themeeting T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

i TT90 I 10 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1905 CRITICISE THEIR GIFTBaltimorea GIFT GIFTBaltimoreans Baltimoreans Fear ear Carnegie 3r legie legieConditions Conditions a Burden BurdenMAYOR BIDdenMAYO i 1 1City MAYOR MAYO PLANS LTO TOT TO TAKE TAKECity City ViII Be Renuirea R qulr tl to Provide ProddSite Site and Auproprinte 5OOOO oOOO An AnnunnyStnte nnnlly nunnyStnte State Lcsrlnlatnrc L glJIIlnture 3Iust lI st First FirstVote Firstote Vote ote the Money IoneCannt Cannot U Use e Gift GiftBefore Before the Pall of 100S IDOSSIJtOt Bueraai to The TO ktegM KeraW KeraWBaltimore HuwltlBalUlftOreoDe Baltimore BalUlftOreoDe Dec D ec L VMayor Mayor TImanus n nnounced nflounced flounced todcyHhat to tht he proposes to have havea havea a conference early eil next week with some some someof sem of the trustees trute of the Enoch Pratt Free FxaeLibrary FreeLibrary Library and City Solicitor Bruce for the j jpurpose purpose of determining what action shall ha11 be taken In order to put ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

i THE FE WASEIJfGTOJT WAINGTONEEBALDUNDAYDECENBER HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 1C REAL REA ESTATE ACTIVE ACTIVEBi ACTIVEBiiJJealS ACTIVEBigDeal Bi BiiJJealS BigDeal jeals Announced in City Cityand Cit CitS Cityaii1 and Snimiban S n ball Property Propertyv PropertyKETS PloertyNEWTRU PropartyEWRUST v KETS NEWTRU EWRUST CBTIST T COMPANY CQMP4NY FORMED POBMEDProspective FORMEDI FORMEDPrOIJtecthc FORMEDProqctfyo I Prospective PrOIJtecthc Transaction Reported Reportedl Relort eI eIb eIJ J l b by > y All 1h ii Brokers VInite VIUec1DemnneI VIUec1DemnneIfor l Dcmnnrt Dcmnnrtfor for Dnnlnens Property Hen RcSarelee le < l ns nsn aNn asa n Hopeful Sljyn SignLarge targe Tracts in inXorthivcstcrxi InXorthweitern Inortl1wetern Xorthivcstcrxi Section Were Serc ere Sold SoldThe SoItIThe SoldThe The past p t week In real estate has been beennoteworthy beennctorth bgenncteworthy noteworthy nctorth In that sever sever1 l large deals dealsLoth d dealsLth ls lsLoth Loth In business bsIbe and isd s...

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

12 THE TR WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHERALD HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 STOCK riiiALEs riiiALEsMaiket BALEB LIGHT LIGHTM81ket Market Listless and Cliajigesi Cliajigesifor Ch Ciiaugesfor nges ngesfor for Day Small SmallATCEtSON SmallATCHISON S111a11ATCHISON ATCHISON AT ATT HIGH E MARK SIAEKRise MARKRise MARKfU3e Rise Dallied on Proxpcctive Dividend DividendReported DhldendRelOrted DividendReported Reported Cloud on Title Depreaaeii DepreaaeiiMpiBsingr Deprellsell1lpl85lnl DeprenseiiNipisMing MpiBsingr SharesDurlng Shares Buying of 31 U K KT IiC KT C T Abates on Hills Iiii1 Denial of ofIntended ofhltendell ofintended Intended Pnrcliase of the Bond BondNew RondNew RoadNew New Torki Yor1 orK Dec 1 1D6811ngs Dealings in n stocks stockstoday atocktoday tock tocktoday today sank to a ttjtal t tal of less tlian 3XMXX 3XMXXshares IOshares 2OQ4OOshares shares and while hllo certain stocks stockswero stocksweroconspicuously ware wareconspicuously weruconspIcUOu13r conspicuously strong and large 1f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

TT TTI flli I THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 13 1 PLAN TRUST COMPANY COIPAMLocal dOth1AY dOth1AYLocaiathI Local LocaiathI anti Outside On ide Capitalists CapitalistsOrganize CalJitalistsOrganize CapitalistsOrgauiz Organize New Concern ConcernUNDEK ConcernUNDER ConcernUNDER UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION SUPERVISIONMinimum SUPERVISIONUnhnuUl SUPEBVISIONMlniznurn Minimum Capital d4Pltni to Be 1OOOOOO 1OOOOOOHalf lOQOOOOlIall 1OOOOOOhalf Half of Which Is Already Sub Subscribed Su SubcribciJIt t tIJcrib ¬ scribed IJcrib cribciJIt dItIl Its Scope of Business Bni1uc Will Willfie WillBe VIUDe fie Comprehensive and the Field FieldWill FJeldVill FieldV111 Will Cover Entire Country CountryWashington OountryWashington CountryWashington Washington is g promised another trust trustcompany trustcompany trustcompany company backad by New York local localand IoaaIand 1ociand and Southern capitalists whose names it itis itIS It Itis is claimed when made public will guar guarantee guarantee ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

1 14 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 Official cI Weather W eath r Report ReportFai Fair and Colder ColderThe old r rThe The Mans Man store storeP Store StoreMM StorePtMS 9 PtMS P s o M Ms q9 Clothing Has Hasd HasThousands HasProv Prov d Its SuperiorityThousands Superiority Superioritys Superl rity rityHas s Thousands of ofTimes o oTimes f fTiraes > Times eS in inComparison inj In InComparison j Comparison Comparisonwith Comparisonwith Comparisonr r with Other OtherClothing OtherL c h L Clothing ClothingThe star lr lrphi I phi I r rThe I IThe t f The way wa Y Yz to find out outabout outabout outt z II fit cab about ou t our Olir o fir clothingfalues clothingfaluesis c 1 othing o thin g ti tiis alu aluis aloes is is to compare them with withed withthe Nth Nththe the clothing values off offer r rcd 4 ed elsewhere Every day dayand da daand 1 and d many times a a day we wehave wehave titi e ervf ± rvf have patrons patrons tellus tell us thatiI that thatthey thatthey iI th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

ecQnd Part T THE BE WA8HINGT WASHINGTON VA STf IMGT Oft HERALD HERALDI Second Pages 1 to Part PartPages PartPages 8 8WASHINGTON 8WASHINGTON I Pages 1 to 8 i f v JCTL w J JR JL JR J VJ1 JL X J X 1 f I WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 1 1i 1If J i I j v v If you want the best doll to make makethe makethe makethe the child happy it is here heret hereOur t Our selection of Undressed Dolls is the largest and best this side sideof sideof sideof of New York City CityOur CityOur CityOur Our Dolls are ar our own importations our buyer visiting the market marketand marketand marketand and personally selecting all 11 the dolls orderedHis ordered orderedHis orderedHis His endeavor is to choose those dolls which are arenot not only large and andwell andwell andveI1 well made but also those with the most beautiful faces fa s and sweetest sweetestexpressions sweetestexpressions sweetestexpressions expressions and this is his hobby hobbto hobbyto to buy dolls that are each year more moreand mo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

1r I 1 2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 21906 1906 I BY APPOINTMENT APPOINTMENTHow I How Official Warrants Are Granted to the Various VariousPurveyors VariousPurveyors Various1 Various1Purveyors Purveyors of Royalty By D BXATTACHE BXATTACHECable BXATTACIIJCable JXATTACIiECable Cable dispatches published here durin durinthe during duringthe durugthe the past week eek from London have hay IntI IntImated intimated Intimate1 mated that owing < to th the recent Inattgu Inattguration luration hiuguration ration of stricter business method on the thepart the thepart thepart part of the socalled board nI of gree greecloth green greenclotb greencloth cloth which controls coiitro the victualing < de departme1lt de departinent k kpartment partment of the royal ro l household a splri splriof aplrito ptrit ptritof of o revolt bug ba NtS arisen en among the tb warrani warraniholder warrant warrantholders WrInthoMers holder that Is to say the tradesmei tradesmeiwho tra trdemenwho Nf...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 3 I Excllfs Exclusive eNews News by Sp Special cial Cable From the Capitals of theOld the old World TO OPEN DARK AFRICA AFRICASyndicate AFRICASyndicate AFRICAsyndicate Syndicate yndicate Will Cover Grgat GrgatDistrict Gr at atDistrict atDistrict District with yi tll Railroads RailroadsVAST RailroadsVAST RailroadsVAST VAST AREA OF MINERAL LAND LANDGigantic LANDGlsntfc LANDGigantic Gigantic Schemes Will Give South Sonthf Soutbenstern Southeastern f eastern Pnrt of Continent a Net Jfetwork Netork Network work ork of Lines LinesVlll Will Develop the theImmense tileImIlltnlie theInuitnee Immense Copper Resources of Rho Rhodesia Rhodflnl RhodeemFortunes ¬ desia dflnl deemFortunes Fortunes ortunes to Promoters PronhotersLondon PromotersLondon Promoterslondon London Dec 1 IGreat 1Orreatschemes Great schemes hemas are areafoot aroafoot areafoot afoot for o the opening OJMllt up of Central CentralAfrica CentralAfrtca CentralAfrica Africa by a railw...

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

J JTHE r g 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 e OCle The sail active seeisl season of 19067 may mayM mayfairly mayR R era M to have ave fairly begun be ia the feat1t past pastwith JUtthe 1t em with the half dosen large com comaantes comwith cornwith aantes beginning with the two notable notableveMtagB notableof notablewdlinga veMtagB of Tuesday that of Miss Lee Leeand LeeMr Leeand and Mr Horsey at St Mattbews at atnoon atthat atnatoa noon natoaSand Sand and that of ofXJ8s Miss Langborae and andMir andWashburn andMr Mir Washburn at St Johns John Church At ati i 4 Oe < ehMk ehMkWhile Yob Yobw1 4W1dIe While bet were attended atteMecIeo by compara comparatively conysratI ¬ tively tI small companies eo the receptions receptionsvfch reoeptioDt reoepdonastick stick t followed flowed and various attentions ODll to toesaVeftewn totewa toOftowns esaVeftewn Oftowns tewa guests both bot bef before re and after afteriat attI iat t eeaddderablevariety eaasidtrable I IjerabJe Variet...

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

I SHE HE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 2190s 1906 1J 5 I Society SocietyCO CONTIWCBD CO TINmm PROM PJt FOUttTH PACKbar PACK PACKbar PACKberhome bar berhome home on oti Connecticut avenua Y8RUe whichHoe which whicha hlob hlobJIM JIM a been doeed to society for tOrHoral tOrHoralJfr3 savoral sevatulyears savoralywtrs years owing to UM t > k > boston absence in inBurope In1hJrope InIdlu Burope 1hJropejllas Idlu BuropeMtas ope ope1gflles Mtas Hester Shepard will I entertain in inthe 1ftUte Intile the same me fa fashion hk > n compltmeatary oemlllb tary to 111118 MlesIslarie M 111118farle s sMarie Marie Barnes and UeoL Mark Brooke Bfookowhose Brookewhose Brookeiee8e whose marriage takes place the following foI foIldne fOUWing1ednesday followingTHe 1ednesday 1ednesdayThe ldne da7 da7TtM THe Pleasant Players Euchre > ndtre Club heldib held heldIts held11Jrat Its 11Jrat first meeting of the season at teerssldtwece the theresidence tile tilerd residence rd of Mrs John Major ...

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

T S 6 THE tHE WASHINGTON W WASaINGTONKERALDSUNDAY ASHINGT N HERALD t SUNDAY t DECEMBER 2 1906 19O I I WOMAN ABOUT TOWN TOWNStories TOWNStories Stories of Washington Life LifeIIew ife ifeUew I Uew umr r t te e bsi I5f r 1MHdI t 1 fa fW I 1ntew wilT wilTIt whrIt It is lJeeMM so o JftIIIItb eeeod 1 IWItIt It wttk JIIf e It is not so very many weeks since s4fl I Iwent IWent Iwent went to a luncheon given In honor of ofa ofa otyoung a young actress actre who was vs playing In the thecompany thecompany thecompany company of a very wellknown and nd ex exquisitely exIulsltely extulsltely ¬ quisitely charming woman star st r at t one onef onet onet t the theaters here I was Immensely Immenselysurprised Immensely Immenselyurprised Immenselysurprised surprised < at tha th gut of honors figure figureun figureOn flgureI un I fl the stage she wag wa certainly more than thanplump thanpI thanilump plump pI ump and offvshe of sl1e was 8 Quite as sscertaln sscertalny cartaln cartalnly certalny ly ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

j THE WASHINGTON EEEALD HE BALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 t 7 I LItTLE ITTL PRINCESS PRII ICSS TO SUFFER SU ER ERFOR e I IFOR FOR MOTHER oTI ERS SINS xl x 3 ffze h 6 Royal oJpl o a 1 Palace PaliicciJJredeo Pa acc Vresdex Vresdexfrom sd sdjrornwhich I n nrom jrornwhich from rom wfaclz w i lL Qzjycess lutSS l JJouise ouise Joped JopedInterference LP op cl clInterference dInterference Interference of o Pope Pius PiusMay PiusMay PiusMay May Save Monica Pia Piafrom Piafrom Piafrom from Lifelong Solitude SolitudeOOR SolitudePOOR OOR little Princess Princ s Mof Monica Ionica Pia 1 Who Tho canr can canhelp canhdp r POOR help feeling the utmost sympathy for the thethreeyearold thethreeyearoki thethreeyearold threeyearold child whose Hie it seems seemsmust seemsmust seemsllluct must be devoted to expiating the sins of her herAnother hermother herother Another AnotherAll other r rAll tall All the world remembers r the elopement k > pement in the thefall thefan thefall fall of 1902 of the Crown...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

ci a THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 = N + MMWM 1NN + f + MNWNNN J 1 1i i i I i f i e i CHASES II I i f + i fi 74212 742 742The ½ 9th St N W WThe Wf I f 1 I I t The Jeweler Who Will Save You Money MoneyI I IAt I J J Ji i At the very f ry lowest existing prices you can select your four Christ j jI fmas t i ti tmas I mas gifts now and we w will set them aside for you Here are a few fewI fewreal f fi r I i real bargains were offering iorthis furt his s week only onlyA 1 1i 1A t R I 1 W i A genuine genuine cutstone Diamond Ring that cannot be duplicated duplicatedin i i s t in town for 800 We Ve T have only ly a few fewleft left at our re 414 A 50 r A AmarkaWy I Imarkably markaWy markabl y low prices prices For this week w ek onlys only r jpftOU jpftOU14karat P i ii 1 i s 14karat l4karat Solid Gold Watches Tatches from 900 up We T e also have a afull ae afull e full full line Ii e of Gold Hat and Stick Pins of the very latest designs designsFor designsor r rCz Cz f For For ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

M Third Part PartPages a THE WASHINGTON S Third Part PartPages PaztThird Pages 1 to 8 S HERALD Pages dl dlWAS 1 to 8WASHINGTON 8 8WASHINGTON WASHINGTON WAS HI N G TON D DO 0 SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DE 0 E I B E It 2 1906 i V 1Pfeiffers Pfeiffers Red Tag Xmas XmasPfeiffers Uldd Ulddf Ck CJ f eiffers Piano House offers its annual an nual opportunity to buy your Holiday Piano at a special price This Red Tag Xmas Xmasi XmasSale e i Sale of f Pianos o is our Santa Claus offering to those who want to brighten up the home with music or start the theyoung theyoung Pfeiffers P young ff folks f f in a musical education educationThis educationThis JOoering p 1 This Th s year we will make ma e a sweeping reduction reduoti n in prices which will be general No pianos pianos will be reserved res rved even eventhe even eventhe eventhe 1 n 0 a < e the Chickerings and Behnings will be reduced in m prices pnccs and a number of secondhand and some very slightly used useduprights useduprights usedupr...

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