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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 5 December 1906

l 8 s1 THE WASHINGTON WAS INGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 I < Wonder W onder whatuVf whahMerlz ertz will say today todayStore I IStoro Store Closes Daily at 6 p ni niSaturday mSaturea rnSattir1ay Saturday Saturea at 9 p nu nuWhen mHave fl flHave Have HaveMertz HaveI I Mertz MertzMake MertzMake Make MakeIt MakeWhen It ItWhen When you place an order orderwith orderwith orderwith with Mertz for a Suit or an anOvercoat anOvercoat anOvercoat Overcoat you can count on ongetting ongetting ongetting getting the best and most mostartistic mostartistic mostartistic artistic tailoring work Youll Youllget Youllget Youllget get the limit of value for foryour foryour foryour your money too when you youprofit youprofit youprofit profit by these Mertz Spe Specials Specials SpedaIs ¬ cials cialsSuits cialsSuits daIsSuits Suits and Overcoats to order orderin orderway orderinte in inte inteMertzway t e eMertzway 1000 1000Suits Mertzway MertzwaySuits MertzwaySuits way Suits and Overcoats to ...

Publication Title: Washington Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 5 December 1906

IE a I THE WASHINGTON WASiIINGTONBERALD HERALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 1906 1906WKai 9 9Whaf 9WJwtthePresident WKai WJwtthePresident the theresident President Advocates and Comments Upon the Work that Has Been Done CONTINUED CON I U D PROJf PRO1POUItTII RO r POUBTH IOURTH TACB TACBbig PAGBbig big railroads rlrk Oft Ofte Often n railroads rlrods would like liketo Uketo to combine combin for the the purp purpose of preventing preventinga a big shipper sblppr from frm maintaining mntining Improper Improperadvantages Imprpr Imprprdlntae advantages dlntae at the th expense epneor of small smal ship shippers shipprs ¬ pers prs and an of the general geel public pbU Such Sch a acombination acombinto combination combinto instead Jn8ed of being bing behI forbidden forbiddenby by Jaw aw should shuld be b favored fvre In other otherwords oUterword words word it should shoud be b permitted prmite to railroads railroadsto nrds nrdsto to make Jake agreements geeent greement provided prce these thesea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 5 December 1906

p p pL pI L I 10 i TEE T II E WASHINGTON WASH WASBTTGTONHERALD IN G TON HEEALD R ERA L D WEDNESDAY WE D N E S DAY J DECE1OEB DEe DECEMBEIt EMB E It 5 J 1906 1909 MONEY RATES SOAR SOARCall SOARCall Call Funds Eeacli22 Reach 22 Per PerCent PerCent PerCent Cent Late in inthe the Day DaySTOCKS DaySTOOKS DaySTOOKS STOOKS TAKE SLIGHT DROP DROPPrc DROPPrcHldcnts DROPPrcdi1ents Prc PrcHldcnts iaenl Messngre Has Xo Effect Effecton on 3Inrkct but Brokers Express ExpressSntiHfaction ExpressSntlsfactlon ExpressSatisfaction Satisfaction with His Snsse SuggeHtfonJi SuggeHtfonJiUegnrtUn SuggestionNRegarding tIonH tIonHllcsrarainp Regarding Corporations LondonIInll LondonIIni London Londonlinn linn Fears of Gold Exports ExportsNew ExportsNew Exportiew New ew York Doc 4 iHigh High rates for the theuse theuse theuse use of money mon both on call and on time timethat timethat timethat that peisaed yesterday unregarded by the thestock thestock thestock stock nlrk market proved today almost the thesola ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 5 December 1906

I I TH E WASHINGTOH SHINTO1 HERALD WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYDECEHBEB DECEMBER 5 1906 I I OSBORN IS ELECTED ELECTEDSmitIsonIa SmitMsoiiian SmitIsonIa Institution De Desines DcSiI1CS sines Him for Secretary SecretarySOIENTIST SecretaryIs Is LMONE SOIENTIST SOIENTISTHnss Hnss I1a Long Career n t Lender in Scten Sctenllllc cefl cefltHIe llllc iVk VorIc nnd an l Professor in Lend Lending Leading ¬ ing University UnIverMityFrustecM Trustees Pnss PnM flCE flCEOlUtionN olntlons on the Deaths of Repre Representatives ¬ 4 sentatives Ultt and Adams AdamsTh AthtmsThe Th The millionatre scientist Henry Fair Fairfield Pairfield field Oabom w s elected by the board of ofregents o oFEgenfrs regents Qf f the Smithsonian Institution Institutionsecretary 4 secretary of the institution to succeed succeedthe sucteedthe the hu 1te Prof S P Langley It Is not notyet notyet yet known whether h hE will accept acceptThe acceptThe The meeting of th the regents of the theSmithsonian theSmithsonIan Smithsonian was com...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 5 December 1906

r t i tr Ti TiWASHINGTON 12 THE r HEW WASHINGTON A H I1 G TON HERALD ERAL EEALD D WEDNESDAY WED N E S DAY DECEMBER DEe E MS E R 5 519OG f 1908 1 90 Official We Weather tcrRcporlFl RcprLFthr RcprLFthrThe r rThe The < Mans Store ULa Looks o ks good goo d to t me me Its I ts an anM anuM anM uM M S M Overcoat of course courseand courseand courseand and theres of one here for you 1375 13751850t20 1850t20 185020 25 30 35 35and sw swand 4 4and < and you save a five fivedollar dollar bill on onevery onevery onevery every coat coatMoneys coatMoneys coatMoneys Moneys worth or money money back backDr backD backa Dr D J j Kaufman Kau man 10057 Penned Pennb Ave AveYOU AveYOU AveYOU J = I YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED INVITEDTO INVITEDTO iNVITEDTO TO INSPECT OUR OURLine au OURLine R RLine Line of Leather Goods GoodsComprising GoodsCom GoodsComprising Comprising ComprisingUSEFUL Com ComprisingUSEFUL prising prisingUSEFUL USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ORNAMENTALHOLIDAY ORNAMENTALHOLIDAY ORNAMENTALHOLIDAY...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

ri ii ii t TEE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBES DECEMBEB6190G 6 1906 7 READY EA TO TOBE BE HAZED HAZEDSenator HAZEDSella IIAZEDSellator Senator Sella or Lafollette Describes DescribesHis De5cribesHis DesribesHis His Summer Speeches SpeechesHADE Speecl1esMADE Speeelies1LDE HADE NO PERSONAL ATTACKS ATTACKSIHs IHs Lecture on Interstate Commerce CommerceTold CommerceTold CommcreTolti Told How Good Amendments AmeIitlments Were WereVoted WezeVoted Vereoted Voted oted Down ami am Gave Roll Calls CallsShowing1 CnllSlunvlng CaI1Showing = Showing How Senators Voted otedTold VotedToldIIIK otedToldHis Told ToldHis His Audiences the Truth TruthHis TruthHis TruthHIs His callaaguos coll aguos have obs obHrved rvad that Sena Senator Senato Senato ¬ tor to Lafollette wears ev every ry sign of good goodhealth g goodhealth od odhelth health and an prasfwlty pr rJty after his summer summeramong summeramong i iamong among the Chautauqua assemblies Ho Hoentered HeaeJttered Hoeitered entered the Senate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

S THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBERR 5 1906 EtWondwhat Wonder what Mertz Mcrtzwil1sry will say today Store Closes Daily at K p nt ntSaturday DII niSatunay Saturday at 3 p m mProfit inProfit I I IBy Profit ProfitThese ProfitBy r fit By ByThese BySnaps1 These TheseSnaps TheseSnaps TheSeEvery Snaps SnapsEvery Snaps1TheSe SnapsEvery Every man should profit by bythese bythese these theseIIMertzspecials MertZSpecials in order to toget toget toget get acquainted acquain ted with Mertztailor Mertztailoring Mertztailoringthe Mertztailoringthe ing ingthe the tailoring taiI ring tha t always sat satisfies satisfies satisfies ¬ isfies Every garment tailored in inthe inthe inthe the theIIMertzway Mertzway1 Mertzway1of of fine all wool woolfabrics woolfabrics woolfabrics fabrics fabricsSuits fabricsSuits fabricsSuits Suits and Overcoats to order orderin orderthe orderinthe in inthe intheSuits the 4 A A A AMertzway 1 0 00 Mertzway MeruwaySuits ItlyU ItlyUSuits U Suits and Overcoats to order ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

rET L THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYt DECEHBE 6 1906 9 4 GETTING THE FACTS FACTSJ FACTSNegro FACTSiNegro J Negro Troops T ops to Have Hav Their TheirBecord TheirRecord r rRecord Record Known KnownSHRP KnOl1IlSHARP KnownSKR SHARP SKR DEBATE IN THE THE SENATE SENATESenator SENATESenntor SEffATESenator Senator Fornkcr Prcsnc the Fight Fightin FJglltin Fightin in Behalf of the Men but la laForced IsForcec I IForced Forced to Let His Resolution Go GoOver GoOver GoOver Over Until Seimtor Penrose Re Retnrns Rctnrn8 RetUriispresjdcnt tnrns tnrn8 tUriispresjdcnt President to Be he Critlcined CritlcinedThe Cr CriticisedThe tlclNed tlclNedThe The Senate demit with JUt the discharge of ofthe otthe ofthe the cotaredtrMps colorodtreo M ot the thTutyflfth Twwttyntih In Infantry Infantry In1antry fantry yesterday y8 for half an hour bourr in a atemper atemper atemper temper that confirmed O the general ex expectatkra ex expectation expectatlon = pectatkra that sooner or later the action ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

dT10 10 THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONEItALD HERALD THURSDAY THUR T1ITJ1SDAYDECEMBER6 DAYJ DECEMBER 6 1906 V GALLI0M CALL MONEY AT32 AT32Stringency AT ATStriiigciiey 32 32Stringency Stringency in Wall WallStreet WallStreetGlieater Street StreetGreater StreetGater Greater Than on Tuesday TuesdayLOOK TuesdayIi Tuesday1OIK Ii IiLOQKTO LOOK LOQKTO TO SHAW FOR RELIEF BELIEFTraders RELIEFTrndcrs RELIEFTraders Traders Expect Aid Aftlto to Relieve Mar Market lUarJet Market ¬ ket Soon Owing to toPoItton Position Taken Takenl l b y the Secretary In Ills Annual Re Report RelJOrtIncrense RejrnrtIncrease ¬ port lJOrtIncrense Increase of ACYC Xc York Central CentralDividend CentralDividend CentralDividend Dividend Rate Was UK Ignored IgnoredNew Izuorel1New IgnoredNew New York Dee I iThe The money m ney stringen stringency strngency ¬ cy hi n the financial district was greater greaterthan greaterthan greaterthan than It was yesterday and although it re resuited re resulted resuUeI suited in depressing ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

i THE WASHIKQTOH HEEALD THURSDAY DECEMBEE a 1906 U BAR ROB fiUJD jDttUiiflii RRAinB BROKER TM Iri I4 nUmiS nUmiSMasked HAME llOE llOEMasked Masked Meii Beat and Bind BindMilliouaire BindtIilliollafre Milliouaire to Bedpost BedpostBSM BedpostFELL FELL BSM KLAS AS HE KEAWAKES KEAWAKESBurg1nii AWAKES AWAKESUurgrlnrii Uurgrlnrii Pound Elln Ellnh As tIe1 Id Into In InaeniiiMlity InsenI1f1Ity aeniiiMlity With Brnsis Knuckle in inChamber inChflfltler Chamber Because He Refused to toHeveal toReveal Reveal Combination of Safe SafeReI SafeReIdejice Resi Residence ¬ dence In in3onton Bonton Serr York District DistrictNew DistrictNew New York Deo i Tw TWS masked bur burglars burg1ar ¬ glars g1ar entered the homft 1tOI of t Ellas Asiel a amUUonkira amtUonir mUUonkira broker aC II 1 Bast SfactiMhird SfactiMhirdstreet StXtY4hlrd StXtY4hlrdStreet street oarly rIy to0ay HJid after 4inly 4inlytrying In1y In1yS S trying to fores Ort Wm t to p a i a safe in n his hisroom hisroom room boat him Jnsoiurtb...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

S ii12 12 THE T HE WASHINGTON WA S T 0 HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 rr rrf = f Official Weather eAther Report ReportRain ReportRainJ ReportRainriThe Rain RainrThe J rThe Mans Store StoreA StoreA StoreV StoreI V I td j A satisfied customer customer is the best bestad bestad bestad ad any store can have haveAnd haveAnd haveAnd And the Overcoats and Suits Suitswe Suitswe Suhswe we are selling are making aking hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬ dreds of men happy Special Specialvalues Specialvalues Specialvalues values at 1375 1850 and 20 20Lots 20Lots 20Lots Lots of ofholiday holiday presents prese ts for the theman theman theman man sensible ones too tooMoneys tooI tooAlMoneys tooMoneys I Moneys worth or money back backD backD backD D J Kaufman 10057 Penna Ave AveExtraordinary dJ dJExtraordinary II IIExtraotd Extraordinary ExtraordinaryBargain ExtraordinaryBargain Extraotd I nary naryBargain Bargain Sale SaleMens SaleMens Mens Rain Coals CoatsMens CoalsIens CoalsMens Mens Cravenette ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

7 t I IL L OF o A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF iiy THE T H E WASHINGTON WAS H MlM H I N 6 T 0 N HERALD H E RAL B t Aierage Circolatlan Eased Dc tfk2G751 tfk2G751NO60 Dally DallyCircolatlan Was WasEased 1 1NO 26 iiJ iiJNo NO NO60 60 WASHINGTON D C THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 ONE CENT FORTY MEN IEBLO IEBLOTO BLOWN BLOWNTons TO ATOMS IN I MINE MINETOllS Ellh EllhTons Tons of r Dynamite DyiiarniteBxplode Explode as asThey asThey They Are re Lowered LoweredSEAJT LoweredsEAF SEAJT sEAF IS TOTAL WJtEGKOthers WEECK WEECKOthers Others Entombed ElltQn bel I byVrecl > y Wreck and andKescners andR Rescuers R scuers Are re at Work WorkSlay Yor Yoraray Tork Slay Be 3e Days Before Aid Can Reach Reachthe Reacllthe Reachthe the Miners in the Lower Levels LevelsMagazine Lecb3Iagnzhie Lcvc1Ingaz1ne Magazine in Which Tragedy Oc Occurred OccurreI ¬ curred Contained All of Explosives ExplolllhesUsed ExplosivesUsed Used Ju Mine JUneWorks Works Will VIII Be Idle Idlefor ItUefor 4 for Many Inny Weeks to Come ComeH...

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

fl i r 2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY Y I DEGEMBEE 6 1906 BEG FOR WATERWAYS WATERWAYSOver ATERAYSOver Over a Thousand Delegates DelegatesWill Delegateswill b bill Will ill Discuss Eaibor Needs NeedsCANNON NeedsCA NeedsCANNON CANNON CA NON DOWN TOE SPEECH SPEECHJohn SPEEC SPEECJol1n SPEECHJohn John Sharp William and David D vld B BFrancis DFranc BFrancb Francis Franc to Make Inkc AfldresKes Aldres Ai1dr eH at t thc thcEvening theBrcnlng < hc hcEvening Evening Session of Congress That TJmtwin ThatWill ThZLtwill Will Ask National Legislature for forOOOOJQOO forooooooo 950000000 OOOOJQOO a Year for forImprov Improvement ImprovementFollowing 1ntprovnentFoU nent nenti i Following Follewlngaa FoU wIg an invocation by Bishop BIBh Sat Satterlee Sati Sati i terlee terlee witat Wlt t te i declared to be the greatest greatestconvention greatestconveAttoA greatestconventloii i convention of its kind ever held In the thernited thenlted theTnited rnited nlted States will ill be opened at the ...

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

THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY THURSDAYDECEIjtBEIt DECEMBER 6 GJ 1906 3 I GET GETCAREQIE CARNEIE LAKE LAKEPrillcetonStnlellt LAKEPrillcctoii PriiiGetoiSfculGiitsWaikuin PriiiGetoiSfculGiitsWaikuinLaird PrillcetonStnlellt Prillcctoii S1tllTlltWCIk11m S1tllTlltWCIk11mLafril Welkum WelkumLairl Laird of Skibo SkiboPLEA SkiboH SkiboHBA H HBA PLEA FOR PURE SPORT SPORTIron SPORTlronUlnatcr SPORTironinaxter lronUlnatcr Iron muster In Presenting PreMen tIII Univcrnlty UnivcrnltyKifli Unherlllt UnherllltYoUJI Vu hersity hersityWith With Kifli Loch Io cli Disparages Foot Footlihll Footlin11 FootlflhiI lihll and Prnlscw Aquatic FnitimcH FnitimcHVnnt8 Pn PnMt1mezWflfltM tlmell tlmellnnts Vnnt8 nnts to Present Pre ent the First Trophy TrophyVisit Trophyvililt Visit 181 to the Cleveland ClevelandNew CleennesNew CleveizuidsNw New Yerk Dec 5 5WeJkum Welkum to the thelXfrd theL theLaIrd L LaIrd rd of Skibo was the greeting em emlilazonefl emblazon lilazonefl 1 blazon In letters of shoebiackin shOebla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

1 THE HE WASHINGTON WASHXNGTONKEBALDTKUItSDAY HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 1 iiii NEWTREATYNOW NEWTREATYNOWState NEW ATY W WStateDepalitnieiitaiidJapair StateDepalitnieiitaiidJapair StateDepalitnieiitaiidJapairEmbassy State DepfiliibnelltalldJ DepatrneiitaiidJapans DepatrneiitaiidJapansEmbasy aD S SEn1 Embassy En1 bas Y Deny Rumor RumorMUST R1J1 Th11110PMUST or orMUST MUST SEfTBE SEIDTIiE LEGAL LECrALUntil BATTLE BATTLEtntll fot i itntll tntll Judicial J Ju11cJn1 1I 1 Action IK Had Contro Contraversjr ControerK Controvery very erK 1Y V WiiI Ell 1 Remain emnln in Status QucSenate Quo QuoSenate QuoSenah Senah Senate Asks Ati H for Data in Hand o oJletcalf of ofletcnlfRc1Ircsenta ofMetcalfR Jletcalf MetcalfR letcnlfRc1Ircsenta Representative the Criticise CriticiseReferences Crl Cr1tIcIcsReferences tioIJe tioIJeReferences References in President Message lUe MeNutgeBoth MessageBoth Plule PluleBoth Both the State Department and th thJapanese the theJapanese theTapaneae Japanese Embass...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 6 December 1906

iiIii iii I II r I T THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONKERALD HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1906 5 iL I IVodward 4 t Woodward W odward Lothrop LothropNew New YorkWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisMens YorkWASHINGTONParisMens York WASHINGTON Paris ParisMens j Mens Apparel ApparelPractical ApparelPractical ApparelPractical Practical Xmas Gifts GiftsyE GiftsWE yE E carry every every article of correct apparel needed by the well welldressed welldressed welle e WE dressed man A Clothing Department devoted to strictly high highgrade highgrade highgrade grade suits for business afternoon and evening wear Over Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats ¬ coats Fancy Vests and Raincoats Raincoatsa a Hat Department selling sellingStetsons sellingStetsons sellingStetsons Stetsons the Woodward Lothrop Special and other equally merito meritorious meritorious meritorious ¬ rious makes makesa a Shirtmaking Department acknowledged one of the best bestin bestin bestin in this country countrya a Furnishings Department with ...

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

1 THE WASHINGTON EEEALD THURSDAY Y DECEMBER 6 1906 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDPablitHed HERALDPlSblished PablitHed Every Meriting in the ih Y Yiz r r by byTHE byTHE byThE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPuUiation COMPANYPq COMPANYPzUkdon PuUiation Pq ica OQ Office J I1iH 731 FIFTEENTH STREET STREETNORTHWEST STREETNORTHWESTEnLEXM NORTHWEST NORTHWESTEntend NORTHWESTEntend Entend as secmdetaus matter October 5 1906 ftt fttthe atthp t tthe the postoMce pot ke at Washington Wa6 i gte D I C c under act a t of otCoocreas ofCourt ofof Court Coocreas of Mtroh roh 3 3 1SS 1SSSCOTT HiISCOTT L LSCOTT SCOTT C C BONE Editor EditorErnest EditorErnest Edit0Eroet Ernest H Merricl Truiurcr and Badness Maoafcr MaoafcrClarence MuutcrCluence MnaerOzrega Clarence C C Archibald Advertising Manner MannerJ ManlcrJ J Harry Cunningham Auditor AuditorCharles AudItorGules Auditorc2uIes Charles C Thompson Mechanical Superintendent SuperintendentTelephone SuperintendentTdfpnone SuprrintendectTelepimne Telep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 7 December 1906

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

2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER DECMBER7 7 1906 PILOTAGE BELIS BILL IS LOST LOSTHouse LOSTH LOSTHouse House H Ol1s Defeats Measure by lyVote byVote byVote Vote of 16 to 110 110UNION 110UNION 11OUNION UNION LABOR IN OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONWlinrton OPPOSITIONWlmrton OPPOSITIONWlinrion Wlinrton of Illinois Call Galb Samuel SaninclGompcrs SnmnclGompers SamuelGonipers Gompcrs Gompers ISnmen nmei Grosvenor and andLegare nnllLcgnre andLegare Legare in n Tilt TlItUcnJllnre Mennnre Been ne n Be Before Detore Before ¬ fore COIISTCMS for Quarter o of a Cen Century CcnturySPcnl CciijurySpeaker ¬ tury turySPcnl jurySpeaker Speaker er Votes OtC8 for It ItBalking ItBalking ItBalking Balking at t going g lRg on record against or organized organized organized ¬ ganized labor the friends friends of the Little LittleHeld Llttleeld Lfttlee1d Held eld bill to prohibit compulsory pilotage pilotagecf cf coastwise sailing sailing vessels permitted it itto IttOt Itto to tOt go down in defeat in 11t th...

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

I THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1906 3 NO o TREATY TREATYPROBA3LE TREATYPROBA3LEBuu1oiis PROBABLE PROBABLEfinmors PROBABLERumors Rumors of Negotiations N with withJapan withJapaii vitJ vitJJapan Japan Promptly Denied DeniedCHA2TGE D DeniedCKANGB nied niedt niedCHANGE t CHANGE MJAiY AY y COME LATER LATERTalk LATERTalk LATERTalk Talk of f ye New e Conventions rcrnlsts rcrnlstsIn r PcrIstIn rRl8t8 rRl8t8In In Spite > if of o f Denials from HI lUgllCHt lUgllCHtSou H1gtcntSoueiScnntor lc8t lc8tSources Sou SoueiScnntor Sources e Senator Perkins Thinks ThinksPeons TbhtksuPeonsVUl TIi1ng TIi1ngPeOn5 uPeonsVUl Peons Will Be Barred Eventual Eventually EentunllYGnllfornlans Eventna1lyCalifornians ¬ ly lYGnllfornlans lyCalifornians Callfornlanu Feel Better BetterIt DetterIt BetterIt It may bo asserted on the highest highestauthority hlghQltaut hIghotaa1tQrIty authority aut rJty Qiat t11 It t no staps t pz have bean taken takentoward takentoward takentoward toward the t nflgotlatldn...

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