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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

1 1b b THE W WASffINGON ASHING 0 N HERALD EBLLD SUNDAY S UNDA r DECEMBER DE CEMB ER 2 1906 Ck FROM PRIVATE TO TOLIEUT TOLIEUT LIEUT GENERAL GENERALA A Career of Americanism Americanismo 0 o a Uft ae I rOaDd fddtaMes rv tiLL The career of Samuel Baldwin Marks MarksYoung JiarksYoung MrkiYoung Young lieutenant general esseraL of the United UnitedStates Unltec1States UnitedStates States army zmy now retired red is an inspiring inspiringexample lnaplrtucexample Inap1r1neampIe example of true t Americanism It shows showswhat ahowwhat showswhat what diligence dm nce industry and courage can canaccomplish eanaccompliab canaccomplish accomplish and it points to the youth youthof 70uthor youthof of the nation the way up the ladder of ofhigh ofNgh ofHgt high ambition At twentyone a private privateIn prlYateIn In the ranks shouldering shoulderIu a musket mu et the theyear theear theyear year ear 1992 1 when be was sixtyUntie years yearsold enIold yearsold old after fortytwo soldiertis IIOIdlert...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 2 1906 3 MT Magoon t the e Governor Who Is Saving Cuba in Spite of Itself ItselfThe The Diplomat Who Made Life a and d Canal Work Possible in in Panama a = jl I < < i ors 1tvteostesCouIi Una e s a es Court freld ollhtCc1 lhc Canal 7Zne Tune Secretery Secec S crefar hIT dssfsfenf Asss lJ Secretory St ° ctefar Y A Axr acon fljlll l O f < < J1l1lukd Py GoI ovI1joon ha con of 1 Ancn AncnfJd Ale ccn and fJd Goverr voveol xr or hcgoO Jlaboo A t In CUbc7 jr a a y > I i W HAT IATJ T said id jtn an observer of a brilliant brilliantI 1 I young younging official of dal some years years ago ago is a cora coraing commg ing mg man manYou manYOll manYou You are mistaken responded the listener he helias he1aS hehas has 1aS already alread arrived arrivedPeople arrivedPeople arrivedPeople People are saying that now of Charles E Ma Magoon Magoon Ia Iagoon goon whose rapid strides to prominence and high highposition highposition highposition position...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

4 THE T 1I E WASHINGTON WAS WASHINGTONHERALD 1I IN G TON HEEAID HE It A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DE 0 E M B E R 2 1906 1 906 LAT e No doubt t a great many man people who w familiar with 1t1t the true history of the loveaffair affair and marriage of Elizabeth Patter Putterson Patterson Patterson son of Baltimore Baltimore and Jerome Bona Bonaparte Bitna Bitnapate Bqnapalte ¬ pate palte felt a tinge of resentment When Whenthey wten wtenth whezithey they th learned that Mrs RIda Johnson JohnsonYoung JohnsonYoung JohnsonYoung Young it In writing her play pia for Mary MaryMonnering lrary1annerlng MaryMa3rnerlng Monnering had departed dep rted widely JdelY from fromthe fromthe frmnthe the facts in order to achieve her dra dramatic drama dramatk ¬ matic ma tic purpose These e people opIe although althoughthey a1thou althoughthey h hthey they had no 4 personal interest in or orfamily orfamily orfamily family or other ther connections with the theprincipals theprincipals theprIncfpal prin...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

r THE HE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY S UNDA Y DECEMBER 2 1908 5 H HM II AN ENGLISH ACTRESS ACTRESSMISS ACTRESSMISS II r M MISS LENA ASH ASHWELL ASHWELLBy A SH WELL WELLBy WELLMARIE By MARIE B SCHRADER TJi Although the undisputed undl puted queen of emo emotional omotional emotionRi ¬ tional role in London Mtee M1s Ashwell waS waSlittle wa wafltie ft ftUtile little known In this country prevtoug to toher toher toher her American Amwl an debut In The Shularalte Shularaltefor Shulamltefor hulamlto hulamltofor for like H B Irving sh she i Is now making makingher maktngher mdngher her first vUrtt to this th country Naturally NaturallyNew NaturallyXew NaturallyNew New Yorfc manifested considerable Inter Interest Interest Interest ¬ est in the young woman whq has given givenEngland givenEngland givenEngland England the b8lt ba t part JNU plUtZ in the greatest greatestplays greatestpla8 greatestplays plays of th the past few years Miss M1S Ash Ashwell AsheU Ashwell well eU has ba shown her tal...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

fuITiii 6 THE WASHINGTON W WASHINGTONKERALD HERALD SUNDAY SUNDAYDECEMBER DECEMBER 2 219O 1900 I qUR OUR WILD FOWL DOOMED DOOMED JHE THEGOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT SOUNDSAW SOUNDS A WARNING RNiNG A 1 NOTE of serious warning warningis warningtt ANOTE tt is sounded by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedS S States Agricultural Depart Department Department Departnient ¬ ment regarding the threatened ex extinction extinction cxtinction ¬ tinction of wild water fowl that not notso notso notso so many years ears ago swarmed over overthe overthe overthe the entire country country in vast numbers numbersIt It was not until comparatively comparativelyrecent comparativelyrecent comparativelyrecent recent times states the warning warningthat warningthat warningthat that the tremendous increase lo qf qfpopulation f fpopulation fpopulation population and the constantly in inand increasing ini i creasing number both of sportsmen sportsmenand 4 and of market gunners together togetherwith togetherw...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

iIi I THE WASHINGTON WASHINgTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 8 1906 r I a e Log ofUM p Clith d r ByCi5uilesPcen C urksPJyden b I In Which Mr Bloke Renders First Aid Aidto Aidto Aidto to the Bottle haunted Diver of Samboa SamboaCopyright Copyright KG JOO6 Iff Cbark Drjera DrJdmI I i I N THE early rlT hours of a drowsy night nightMr nightI t tMr IN I Mr Willie Bloke tourist sat dream dreamin dreaming dreaming in ing of the past in his little room in inthe inthe inthe the Beach Hotel at t Samboa He Hewould HeWould Hewould would have lurked on the cooler veran veranda veranda veranda ¬ da facing the Pacific but the maneating maneatingbugs mfuHIItlngbug maneatingbugs bugs of the tropics were doing businessBeing business businessBeing busllHtlil6Bel11g Being an economical youth our herostuck hero herostuck herostuck stuck to the barred sleeping room and andhoarded aM1Irded andLarded hoarded hte b Wood WoodOutside b1oodjutside bloodUutside Outside the starlight shone soft and andtvlute aDd1lte a...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 2 December 1906

r j s T Ts 8 THE T1 W trr ASRINGTON A rtrraTtrmi HERALD Tr A r1 S rTI UND IS fl A A Y V n1 DECEMJt 1 Vvsbre R 2 n 1905 1 ana i cty ctybfr 1 BimM MBBBBIIIMBI MBBBBIIIMBIss bfr bfrAn < 1 u i < t r ss b Hft HftAn i iAn 11 An Interesting Day of Doings With Tom Brown in His English School + n HE schoolboy scholbo is an Interesting fel fellow fellow fellow ¬ T low in every country count and every everyclime everycUmc everyclime clime climeTeachers cUmcTc climeTeachers Teachers Tc chers who have conducted conductedschools cOIIduetedschools conductedschools schools In the Philippine Island hav have told toWmany toldmany toldmany many Interesting j teresting stories about abeUt the school schoolboys Mboolbo schoolboys ¬ bo boys s there thereFolly 6 6pony iPolly Folly Evans Ivan s has s spent many a peasant peasanthour p waant waanthour lIt lIthour hour watching Japanese schoolboys and andChinese AJHlChinese andChinese Chinese scJoolbeYs schoolboy are said to be equally equallyinteresti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

t OF A QUALITY QUALITYNO PAPER PAPEROF tfry THE WASHINGTON HERALD rlk26J751 rlk26J751v v NO 57 WASHINGTON W ASHINGTONi D 0MOHDAY C MONDAY Y DECEMBER 3 1906 i 1 ONE CENT < WINDOW WIDO UNVEILED OTEILEDI IJYEiLEDI1T I MEMORY OF HAY HAYNatioirsLeaclers HAYNatjOllsLeaders HAYNatioiisLeaders NatioirsLeaclers at Ceremony atCeremollYill Ceremonyin ill Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTEIBUTE PhiladeLphiaTRIBUTE PhiladelphiaTRfl3UTE TRIBUTE OF THE JEWS JEWSRoot JEWSRoot JEWSRoot Root and Strans Praise Ability Abilityof of Late Secretary of State StateJfevrlyApiiolnteil StatecIAJ1IJolntet StateeuiAp1oInteI1 JfevrlyApiiolnteil Head > of Depart Department Departnlcnt Departnicat ment of Commerce and Labor Tells Tellsof Te113of rcllsof of Principles of AuthorDiplomat AuthorDiplomatGift Gift Consecrated by y Rabbi Kraus Krauskopf IirnuflJopf Kraukopf kopf of Keneseth Israel Temple Templein in Which Vflloh Memorial Is 1 Placed PlacedPhiladelphia PlnccdPhnadeJphla PlacedPhfladelpMa Philadelphia Dec 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

r7 TB r t THE WASHINGTON W ASIIING 1i HERAID ERA MONDAY MJ MONDAYDEC3 N YJ DECEMBER 3 1906 19qa 6 CITYMOURNS AT BIER BIEREvel Evel Every I Train Tia1iii Stops StOl > S oooo 80000Pay ooooPay Pay Homage H0I11 ge to Spencer SpeucerRICE Sl > enccr enccrRICK RICE A2TOPOORAT AND POOR AT FUNERAL FUNERALJ > 1 1J J Pierpont Morgan Jor all Vice Frewhlent FrewhlentFairlmitkM PreHlclentFairbanJ FairlmitkM H nrul Other Prominent ProminentMen PromInenten Men en Rub ElbovTJv EW s1wc v lth 1t1 th Qlerks qleri n xu1 el elHumble l lHnmlile Humble Employes of ofSoutl1ern ofSoutl1ernColorecl Southern SouthernColored Colored Porters Port rH Dear Body BodyThousands Docl DoclThonds l Thousands of griefstricken eft men won womn wonfl OIft OIftand n and iiI children from rem all walks of Mfe Mfethe Itfe Itfethe Ite the rich and the lowly lwI the e black and the thewhite thehlte white hlte bared their heads in in Jfovqrent veJJt veJJtlenee si silence t tlence ¬ lence yesterday afternoon aft rn at t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

riIt4 riIt4I I < THE TK WAS WASEINGTOH H I If G T 0 If HE HERALD a A L D MONDAY M 0 If DAY D DECEMBER E CE tI I E a 3 1900 19 0 If 3 I HENRY GIVES IYES IYESStatnei1 D NIAL NIALSt Statement St t me1 t of Attorney Attorney Gen General General Geiieral eral of ofTeas ofTexasEA3YTO Texas Denounced DenouncedEEADY DenollDcedREADYI EEADY EA3YTO TO TESTIFY IN TRIAL TRIALDemocratic TRIALDemocratic TItIALDefliocratic Democratic Cancas Chairman Says Say if ifEither IfBitIl itIMtiter Either BitIl IMtiter r Side hle in WatersPierce Case CaseDesires Cu CuDeslreH CaneDesires Desires His Sworn Sworn Evidence It ItWill ItYll Itwili Will Yll Be Forthcoming ForilicontingCourts Courts Court8 In Investigatlon InTe8t InVentigation vestigatlon Te8t atlOn in Court or Otherwise OtherwiseRepresentative OtherwiseUopresentatlve OtherwiseRopreentatIve Representative Robert K li Henry of ofTexas ofTe ofTexas Texas Te chairman of tho Democratic Democratic cau caucus caucus cauOtis ¬ cus whose name is mentioned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

1r u uI ui I C L I 4 i THE WASHINGTON W ASHINGT > O N HERALD MONDAY 1rr ONDA Y DECEMBEE DE CEMBER 3 3190G 1906 MAIMED AtMED DUCKS HERE HEREe IIEREMaiy e t tMa Ma Maiy r Cop Congressmqii essm n Ji i PJi as asI1su1 KesiiK Rrosl I1su1 f of oIY 6f1Tote Tote ote on OlNov6 OlNov6SO TNov ov tj tjSOM f fSOME SOME SO SOM ARE DEEPLY DEEPLypHAGRnmJ DEEPLypHAGRnmJi GHAGEINE GHAGEINEJam OtAGRINJftlfl i Jam CM s W v WatlHworih front Sioi SioiYork 1ew 1ewYotk New NewYork York Yotk Went Down D 111 Under Bovine BovineiKsde BoofnebC BovineIsdCMiMouH iKsde bC IsdCMiMouH e3Ii MitiNourl Koufi Delegntion Del gntlon Badly BadlyInjured Dndl DndlInjiiredSome flu liy liyInjuredSome Injured InjiiredSome Some of Those T ose Now on onHnnil onlInnll onhand hand Will Rcmnin Three Months MonthsThe lUonthsThe MonhThe + The lAm chiCks maimed Daiin d in the tle recant recantCongressional recentCongr rocntCongrstona1 Congressional Congr tonal shooUng match are limp limping limpIng limpIng ¬ ing into li to Washingto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

1 THE TH WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECI1OEB 3 1908 5 C > L Woodward Lothrop LothropNew L thmp thmpNew New York Y okWASHINGTONParis YokWASHINGTONFarisCa1cndais okWASHINGTONParisCalcndarsDiaries WASHINGTON Paris ParisCalendarsDiaries CalendarsDiaries Ca1cndais Diaries Xmas Cards Booklets BookletsMain Main 1rain floor G Street StreetWe StreetWe StreetWe We Direct Attention to Our Superb Collection of ofFine I IFine Fine Apparel Appar l and fabrics fabricsand Fabrics Fabricsand and Art Objects ObjectsNow Now Displayed in the Various Departments DepartmentsA DepartmentsADDITIONAL DepartmentsA A DDITIONAL Novelties will be shown during the remainder of ofthe ofthe ADDITIONAL A the season and owing to our splendid spl ndid Paris organization in many manycases manycases 1 cases simultaneously with their appearance abroad abroadMany abroadMany abroadIany Many Iany of these importations and selections exposed for sale on our ourcounters ourcounters ourcounters counters are unique some witho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

f i itf I tf f ri j THE T WASHI3JSTOH W WX2 HERALD MONDAY Y DECEMBEB IJE DECE3IBER31906 CEM1ER 3 1906 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPaUhked PaUhked P hed Every Morning Mornictin in the th Year bv bvTHE v brTUE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYI COMFANIFeban I PeWkntion PtbJa Feban7M on Office Office7M Officn7M 7M FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTHvtend NORTHWEStI NORTHWESTIkt I Hvtend Ikt M swMidcteK cnddau da matter Potet t 8te eteber > r 5 IMS 1006 19G at atthe atthe t tthe the jxMtofik oatoo at WaeUogtee Va 8gtue D DO I U 3 iffldir thr act at of ofOOBSTOM ofI oZae I OOBSTOM ae of M larch Zck b 3 ISfSL ISfSLSCOTT mSCOTT 16aSCOTT SCOTT C Co CBOtNEF4itc CBOtNEF4itcze1t BONE Editor EditorErneit Elftorj j Ernest ze1t H Memdc M Treasurer and Butioeti BU BukesaI D II Manager Manageri i Clarence C C ArefabaU AdvertftinJ Manager MI Managerr fer ferJlhny Jlhny J r Harry u GtnniaghMi Cnnia Cvnnagh Auditor AuditorQurU AuditorOwl Audkorciadee Owl C Thoraptsn Meeluakal 1IIiealSilpmnten...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

i r THE WASHINGTON HERALD HOffBAY MOND YJ DECEMBER 3 1906 1 MAIL iAIL RULES Ul iJIiJUST iJIiJUSTMaUden JUST JUSTMadden Madden Outlines Attitude on onSeconddoss out 011Secondclass t Secondclass Matter MatterLAW MatterLAW MatterLAW LAW CAUSES THE TROUBLE TBOUBIE53ilia TROUBLEIY TROUBLEii 53ilia ii iI IY 1 Assistant A slJljtnnt Postmaster General GeneralSay GeneralSn GeneralSLy Say Sn Publishers Misunderstand the tliePosition theP thePosition Position P s1U n of the Department DepartmentGIes DepartmentGIesl Gives Giveslit lit l iltSuggcHUon Suggestion as to n Remedy RemedyWants Remel Remellnt8 RemedyWants Wants lnt8 to Leave Publishers PubU hers Alone AloneThe AloneThe AloneTke The great trouble is Is said Edward C CMadden CMadden CMadden Madden Third Assistant Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Po PostmasterGeneral tma ter terOenra1 General 41thst that the subject of mail mat matter mattel metter ¬ ter of the second erase claM which is s causing causingthe causingthe osusingthe the Postoffi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

2 1 1TEE 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECE3OEB 3 1906 rw W Wonderwhat onder what Mertz Mertzwillsaytoday MertzwillsaytodayStore will say a today todayStore J JStore Store Closes Daily at 6 p prn prnSaturday m mSaturday mSaturday Saturday at 9 p m mSome In InSome inSome Some Somev SomeSreat SomeGreat 4 IGreat IGreatI v Great Sreati SreatFor GreatSnaps Snaps Snapsf SnapsFor i I For f or Men MenA Men1A A grand chance eharce for or every man manto manto innto to test Mertztallorlng at small smallexpense zmnllexpense rnft1I rnft1Iexpense expense Those specials are the theresult therOJiJult thereu1t result of a big purchase of all allwool ailwool allwool wool fabrics direct from the themills themills themills mills Every garment built In Inthe inthe inthe the Inimitable Mertzway MertzwaySuits lolertzwaySuits MertzwaySuits Suits and Overcoats to order orderin orderM orderinthe in inthe 41 1000 1000Suits 1A 1AMertzway A fill M Mertzway way lUUU lUUUSuits Vii ViiSuits Suits and Overcoats t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER 3 1906 p MS ELK8lIEAR8WANSON ELK8lIEAR8WANSONGovernor PAR STOP STOPGovernor SWASOGoyrn Governor Goyrn oi of Virginia Speaks Speaksat Speakat at at t sf J I IJ ILOD Memorial Servfoes Servfoesi SOl SeriThsLODGE fc = i J i iLODE LODE LOD CONORS ITSVDEAD ITSVDEADExerciser I ITS s DEAD DEADExer DEADExcrde < Exer Exerciser lse Held In Lnnnon Opera OperaHonse OPeraHause OpcrUIlOn Honse IlOn e Attended l by > y Hundred I1uD < lredll of ofCues ofGUe ofGueJtH GueJtH Cues H an n Well Vell a tUI Member of the theOrdey theOrdcrJlullieal theOrderInkn1 Ordey OrdcrJlullieal Mnnlcnl Programme a Fea Feature FeatUr FeatUrtA1exftnIrIa ¬ ture tUr tUrtA1exftnIrIa Alexandria A1tXanrlrln KCTTH ewa Jfoten JfotenWASHINGTON SoterhcWumr SotcrWAsfl1KTO cWumr WASHINGTON rnroN HSKALD ILIItALD1BI BWHBAU BWHBAUCtertr BVlt1LUtneu tneu 4DkV UI UICenitl litCit Ctertr Cenitl Cit eC e f PrIvies w aM Itapri lt StneU StneUAlexandria litweLAlexat tzeLi tzeLiA1xadr1a Alexandria...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

1 1 i 10 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY Y BE DECBB OEM CEME BEE 3 1906 STOCK MARKET DULL DULLt DULLPrices DULLPrices t Prices Remain Iii Illa a Narrow NarrowBangeAU NarrowRange NarrowRangAli BangeAU Range All of of oft1ieWeek oft1ieWeekINTEREST the Week WeekINTEEEST W eelr eelrINTEREST INTEREST NOW IN CONGRESS CONGEESSPresidents CONGRESSPresident CONGRESSPreiddeuts Presidents THeasage Expected to toUrge toUrge toUrge Urge Some Form of Inheritance InheritanceTax InIlerUanceTax InheritanceTax Tax and the Curbing of Corpora Corporations Corporatlon CorporationMoney ¬ tions tlon tionMoney Money jloney Situation Shows Xo XoGreat XoGreat NoGrent Great Changes ChingesGoip Gossip of Street StreetNew StreetNow StreetNew New York Dec 2 2The The The stock market marketlast marketlast marketiazt last week WO k ao ofar far as prices were concern concerned conoerned concerned ¬ ed maintained its place pacu aco in the same sam emo nar narrow narrow narrow ¬ row range that It has done over ovex since...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 3 December 1906

ji q THE WASHINGTON HEEALD MONDAY HONDAY1 DECEMBER 3 1906 ii OUR OURJIOEY MOM FACTORYf FACTORY FACTORYVanderlip f Y Yh h Vanderlip Tells How Howl HowBI1T BI1T l Are ArIeJt Kept Iresli IresliA A DOLLAE LASTS 15 HONTHS HONTHSNearly IrONTHS1e Nearly 1e Iy the the1nt1rc Bntlrc Force of the Bu Bureau flurcnii ¬ reau ot BiiBravIntJ anti Printing PrintingEncased PrintingEngaged Engaged Encased In Renewing the Supply Supplyof of Paper aioney l ueyF11e Five Kinds of ofBlllv o oflub Blllv 4Vrc 4C Xow USV in Circulation CirculationEvery CirculationEvery Every working day of the year there I Iprlnfafi iprint print prlnfafi at VtsbIngtOfl V ahl gton an average verg of ofmore ofmore more than ME OO < X9 of new pap pr r money moneyEvery moneyEvery Every dey ay than Lk to 1 destroyed tletvy d practically practicallythe practicallythe the same amount Th Time pews in the themints themints mints at a Philadelphia New NewOrlana Orleans and andSan andBait San Franefaeo dally stamp Into form formabout...

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

1 v THE WASHINGTON WAS II I N G TON HERALD J MONDAY M 0 N DAY DEOEMBEE DE 0 E M BE R 3 1908 19 06 p Official I Weather We ther Report ReportColder Colder ColderThe The Thet Mans Store StoreThe StoreaThe The Best Place to toBuy toBuy toBuy Buy That Suit or orOvercoat orOvercoat Overcoat Is the plaoe that thatXil thatgives Xil gives you the most mostj mostIE1t j IE1t f 1 style the most mostf 4 1 f quality and the thek7 them then k7 most m n 0 s t satisfaction satisfactionfor satisfactionfor satisfactionfor for the money you youhave youhave youI I have to spend And Andthat Andthat AndI I that place is the theMans I I f Mans ans Store We Wecan WeI I can prove it it You Youcan Youcan can prove it it Look Lookaround Lookaround around and compare our Cloth Clothing Clothing ¬ ing and our prices with the thehest thebest best offerings elsewhere Just Justgive Justgive give us your opinion of these thesesnappy thesesnappy snappy stylish Suits and Over Overcoats Overcafs Overcoats ¬ coats cafs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 4 December 1906

I OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF T THE BE W WASHINGTON SHINGTON HERALD HERALDNO d ATsrags E r v Ds Dally DallyWASHINGTON 1 ak26751 J JNO58 NO58 NO 58 h WASHINGTON WASH NGTON D C TUESDAY TUESD Y DECEMBEE 4 41906 1906 ONE i CENT SENATOR FULTON FULTONSEVERELY SEVERELY Story Told of Political De Depravity Del Dcralcit3T ¬ l pravity 1 ravitJ in jil Oregon Oregons OregonHIGH p HIGH OFFICIALS s BLAM BLAMColliersPoints S ColliersPoints Colliers Points Out That T1iatrauc1 FraudPermeate Permeate All Circles CirclesLand CirclesLnnd Land Scandal Recalled l by > y Writer WriterTInltetl Vr1terUnited United States Senate Brought to toTask toTAsk tcTn8i Task for Failure to Confirm Nomi Nomination lomination Nomination ¬ nation of Attorney Attorne General Bristol BristolAaxae BristolSame Brito1Nanie Same Is 1 Still Before That Body BodyFJffht BodyFight BodyFight Fight Against Corruption Still S I1 On OnNew OnNew OnNow New York Yor Dec i IIn In the current issue issueof i IOU IOUof ue ueot of Colliers...

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