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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

c G THE TflEVASKINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD STTID SUNDAY Y DECEMBER 9 1900 19pe u uI uj ui uj I I j i j 1 Genevra had returned from finishing finishingschool flntshlngchool school hool this time to stay and she sat satdown satdown satloWn down by the open window to face a apr certain o aprtam r rtaln ¬ tain tam problem which had been trying tlj ing to toconfront t tconfront tpconfront confront liar nor for or some time and now nowmust nowmust nowmust must be definitely settled There w wasno wAs wAsno s sno no more school sC OOI no more anything to do doonly doonly doonly only a future of eternal days with aunt auntand auntand auntand and uncle living as they lived among amongthe amongthe amongthe the people they liked Her eyes closed closedtragically closedtragicnll closedtragIcalIy tragically and tears forced themselves themselvesbelow themselvesJow themselvesbelow below Jow the lashes lashesShe JoshesShe lnthesShe She could se aet herself as she had come cometo cometo cometo to them ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

t T L THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALD SIINDAYDEOEHLBEB SUNDAY DECEMBER I 9 1906 7 I I How Cleveland Is IsSolving Solving the Bad BoyPro boy Problem l m I k N TH THE east slope of the Cuya Cuyahoga oga Vali Valiley vat vatley Va Vat Co ON ley in In Ohio twentythree miles fromCleveland from fromCleveland Cleveland and three from the old his historic historic histone ¬ toric town of Hudson lies a fair rolling rolling a farm of ofnearly ofn ofnearly nearly n arIy 300 acres On it are eight attractive dwell dwellings dwellingsnot dwellingsnot ¬ ings ingsnot not farmhouses but modern cottages of gen generous generous generous ¬ erous size sizea Sizea a big white schoolhouse a long low lowgymnasium lowgymnasium lowgymnasium gymnasium and bowling bowling a alleys half half h lf a dozen barns barnsand barnsand f and some smaller buildings with smokestacks smokestacksvhose smokestackswhose smokestackwhose whose gray streamersindicate something doing doingThere doingThere doingThere There are no h...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

J 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1906 + w N 1 NN Mh rN + IN II + 1 + 111MMIN e eI I f CHASES 9 74212 742 a atreat Ninth ant j I t 9 Street treat treatr NW N W j jj jChristinas i if j f r Christmas ri stmas Jewelry ewer Y j 1 1i 1At i t 1t 1 At the very lowest existing prices you can select your our Christ Christin Christf I It f t mas gifts here and we will set them aside for you Real bargains t l 3 3in in Jewelry for this week only i itj tj f Solid Gold Watches WatchesLadles Watchesr WatchesLadies r Ladles open and closed cases cases14k cases14k W t 14k in Hunting Elgin or Wal Waltham WaItham Walt t tham th m movements These watches watchesare watchesare watchesare are of the fJ5 25 5 and 30 values Small Smalldepdsit Smallt t 1 depdsit now nowand gfi fos jfafa jfafaand < and well lay la layt 1 17 17oo 17ooL I 00 lil 1 t them aside for forI Jm I IJO IJOyou I L you until Xmas XmasWE XmasWE XmasWE = WE CAN CAi SAVE YOU MONET MONETGenuine MONETf MONEYGenuine f Genuine Dia...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

7 I Ir < C I r Third Phi d Part PartPages ar THE WASHINGTON HERALD Third Phg dl dlWASHINGTON d1Part Part PartPages Pages 1 to 8 J < Pages 1 to 8 8WASHINGTON 6 WASHINGTON D C SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1906 t ART CLUB CLUBPURPOSES CLUBPURPOSESColtinibia PURPOSES PURPOSESP PURPOSESColulllbia P Columbia Heights Societys SocietysWork SocietysWork SocietysWork Work Is Explained ExplainedGENERAL Explainedt1ENERAL Exp lamed lamedGENERAL GENERAL INTEREST AROUSED AROUSEDMembers AROUSEDlcm1ers AROUSEDMembers Members Have Learned to See Study Studyand Stud Studand Studyand and Appreciate and Have lfa e Carried CarriedTheir CarriedThcl CarriedTheir Their Thcl Efforts Into a Campaign for fora fora forIL a More Beautiful Wnslilnirton and andan nndan andan an Encouragement of Artists ArtistsIn ArtiadHIn ArtlptsIn In view of the recent reecnt publicity attract attracted attraoled attraotad ¬ ed ad to the Columbia Heights Art Clubthrough Club Clubthrough ClubfnrQugh through its campaign for a n more be...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

r I I > t THE WASHINGTON WAS AS HI KINGTO NG TON N HEEALD II E It A AL L D SUNDAY SUN s u i DAY D AYDE DECEMBE5 DEe C3ER91 EM BE R 9 1900 1 9 06 0 8 GEN RUFUS SAXTON SAXTONA A MEDAL OF HONOR VETERAN VETERANI I If nd modestly hlH Ralcllers nu1t1Ier glory Iory wore wore1IL are areIUs IUs mednJj bravely TonDnrreJl A fine and Inspiring example of the theprofessional theprotes theproe8sionlil professional protes lon1 aoMier Idier Is l Gen Rufus Saxton Saxtonwho Saxtonwho Saxtonwhn who after att sixtyone years ot continuous continuousrrvice eonUnuoUsrvice continuousrvie rrvice in the army arm of Uncle Sam now nowat novat nowat at the age of eightytwo tytwo has retired retiredfrom retiredfrom mthedfrom from his labors Surrounded by many manyfriends manyfriencb manyrknd friends rknd and blessed ecl in his family tamU he hespends hespends hespends spends his wellearned wellf > Arned leisure indulging indulginghis his taste fur reading in fathoming the theintricacies theintricacies thel...

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

THE WASHIffGTOff HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1806 3 T ZlZ a1c ZP i ° a2d an ffZi3abdhAlZtJ1 1 ZIE1 tep tepWh01ZZ ep epa l Wh01ZZ a tbe 8 bg b Fly l f3rJtePt1 s Ir Irl IrF ff i111ed i111edEVERY k VERY ERY head of o f a family who has been per personally personally personally ¬ EVERY F sonally aggrieved aggri ved and affronted by the thegff theI ther gff r fc fcNo I No Children sign staring brazenly from fromthe fromthe fromthe the portals of suitable flats will rise up and call callXouis callr callLouis callLouis r Louis Auer blessed blessedA blessedA blessedA A prominent real r alestate estate man and builder of ofjVIilwaukee oflVlilwaukee ofMilwaukee Milwaukee Wis Tis Mr Auer not only recognizes recognizesthat recognizesthat recnizes recnizesthat that children have ha a right to live but actually wel welcomes welcomes welcomes ¬ comes them to his apartment houses housesSomething housesSomething housesSomething Something over a year ago ago a anow Mr Auer built the thenow thenow now fa...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

I I II f > TTTi TIIII 1 THE T II E WASHINGTON WAS H I N G TON HEEALD HER HERAL A L D SUNDAY SUN DAY DECEMBER DEe DECEHBER9O6 E M B E R S 1906 190 G = = tA1 = If any y Washington UNat t1ittersrPtns theatergear r hap happens ItIkplens ¬ pens some a evening when witnessing wttJl w1thi ig igprfons a aprrformanee aprfoRCe prrformanee prfons to t have Iy steal 1 over Yr Mm a avague aJRU ftvague vague JRU tteettng fl ediig haunMng heunllf b unWng hapregBfcm bapr he hehas hehas herLas has rLas somewhere aew some time Urn e seen n the th mine minething aJMt me meI thing t ilng before dont let him hark Hack ck to tohe tot t he theory the of the reincarnationtets ta that thatjt thattwJur1u jt wiJurta wa urtac a former sojourn I on earth earthIs earthI earthInw I Inw Is 1 an easier explanation of the thenon theit thegnon it gnon non It Js that he te watching watchin watchinfonaaace wtchtng1errorm 1errorm romance of what in racetrack racetrackIv racetracltbo rao trck Iv V4anee anee is bo know...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

I or THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHEALD HERALD SUNDAY Y DECEMBER 9 919O 1906 5 5t t A NEW NE W STAGE S TA GE GENIUS GENIUSMME GENIUSMME GENIUSMME MME ALLA NAZIMOVA NAZIMOVABy 1 By MARIE MARIBBSCHRADER B SCHRADER An unknown luminary i mlnary has hft of e late ap ap ¬ peared In the t2u theatrical the tr cal firmament and it has dazzled all who w have beheld it It Mme Mm Alia Nazlmova Naztm is the star new to us be be lj ¬ cause she comes oom from Russia Ru sla a country of which vr we know little when Its stage 8ta e is to b be discussed Mme Mm Nazimova has scored a complete triumph in Hedda Hedd Gabler which difficult role she plays s in English Engli with the most piquant and an in ¬ teresting accent She is thoroughly at ease ase as Hedda Hedda for her interpretation is familiar to her Ie countrymen OOuntrym Russia Ru sta knew and recognized her talents but we do not always choose to accept the favorites of foreign countries When Mme NazI ¬ mova appeared for the first time in Amer ¬ ica...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

r r UI 6 THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1906 I Knows cnows nows Higher Mathematics and Four F lr Languages at Eight Years of Age 1 ri ROOKLJNE Mass thinks it possesses the theyoungest theyou theD BRoOKLINE D youngest you gest high school pupil in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStaths States as aswell weUas well as the most remarkable > le in inmanj inI inman inmany I many man waysTh waysTheb ways waysThe The Th Theb boy b is only eight yeats old His name is isWilliam isVilliam isWilliam William James Sidis the tll only son of Dr Boris BorisSidis BorisSidis BorisSidis Sidis a prominent Russian RussianAmerican American physician physicianHe physicianHe physicianHe He is master mast of four languages is an adept in inhigher inl1igher inhigher higher mathematics and is able to do calculations calculationsfar calculationsfar calculationsfar far in advance of his classmates all of whom are areconsiderably areconsiderably areconsiderab1y considerably older olde The ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

F p i c 1 I I ITHE THE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY DECEMBER 9 1906 7 eLog ofe n Beils CJuh V1 V1r V1r V1VyCAqrlcsfiyden 1 1 r r VyCAqrlcsfiyden ksP d w In Which lich Is Depicted the Late Tom TomCodders TomCodders TomCodders Codders Monument and How He Got It ItCopyright ItCoNi6M ItCoNT Copyright CoNT 1tt 1906 by Charles Dryden OR the better part of ten hours Poet PoetI p pmuter Poetrnaater FOR 1 I master General Dlx of Samboa mbM sat satresting t trestln resting restln M his hands and fast in the therocker toerocker therocker rocker on 01 his front veranda The mall raellblew mtillb1E mallblew blew b1E > W In semimonthly and blew out again againfif aplnt1 againte fif t1 e sum same day via the Pacific Ocean OceanVi Oceann OceenFi4 Fi4 Vi < n not n0i eating g his meals the post postriuiter po poetter t tTlwttr riuiter ter enjoyed what might be termed ermed aL a atih I IJlh tih tihVord JlhWord L h hWord Word having fallen en the tilen hearing hearingof of n F Mr Ir Bloke thatthe poet...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 9 December 1906

ii i a S f s THE WASHINGTON W AS HI NG TON HERALD II ERA L D t SUNDAY S U N A Y 7 DECEMBER D EO E M B E R 9 1906 1 90 6 and Ill take the other and we will run runto runto runto to old Bunny B nny Gray Gra Talls burrow Hell Hellput Hellput Hellput put us up for the night You go In front frontJacky frontJacky frontJacky Jacky Oh quick quick quick Has Hascoming H Hescoming s scoming coming through the ceiling cellingThey ceilingThey ceilingThey They were wer just In time and thats all allRobber nllRobber allRobber Robber Foxs paw came through the roof roofJust rootjust roofjust Just as Mrs Rabbit left the room with withher withher withher her young youngone youngoneThey oung one oneThoy oneThoy Thoy safely reached old Bunny Gray GrayTails Grayans GrayTalls Tails ans burrow who was as their own par particular partlculllr particular ¬ ticular friend He gave them 8 a c capital capitalturnip capitalturnip apltal apltalturnip turnip for their supper and made them themwelcome themwelcome the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 December 1906

OF A QUALITY PAPER PAPEROF T TH HE WASHINGTON W SHINGTON H L p L7 Arerags Clrcolatta Ealel Da Daily DailyClrcolatta aWJ Waji WajiEalel 8 8NO 26978 J JNO NO 64 ± WASHINGTON WAS H I N G TON B C MONDAY M 0 N DAY DECEMBER D EC E MB E R 10 1 0 1906 ONE CENT BAILEY MB FOES FOESBJU1ELY FOESEQUALLY FOESEIIALLYSMTGllIE EQUALLY EIIALLYSMTGllIE EIIALLYSMTGllIEAnother SANGUINE SANGUINEAnother SANGUINEAllotlH Another AllotlH r Primary Pr 1nary Election ElectionCalled ElectionC E1etioiiCalled Called C alle 1 in inOue One County CountySENATOR OOllntySENATOR CountySE1ATO11 SENATOR OK OI o THE STUMP STUMPi STUMPBut STUMPBut STIThIIIBut i But One Question QiicstionWill Will rill Be Placed PlacedOn PlacedOn PlacedOn On the Ballot BallotDemocratic BallotDemocrlltlc BallotIJemocratic Democratic I cadcrs < Being Appealed Appealedio io o and Fully Five Hundred Have HavePersonal IInePerHonal lIniePernonal Personal Interviews JnterI us with ltb Bailer BailerAttorney DallcyAttorne HaneyAttorney Attorney A...

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

2 THE WASHINGTON W ASKIN GTO N HERALD MONDAY DECEMBEE DE CEMBER 10 1905 PROBE FOR RAILROADS RAILROADSCOl1unerce RAILROADSCoinnicree Commerce Body Bod Has Plans Plansfor Plansfor Plaitsfor for Iiivestdgatioii IiivestdgatioiiHILLS Il IiivcstJgationiths vestjgatiollHILLS HILLS iths SYSTEM IN THE LIST LISTXeir LISTNew 0 0e New e York Central Another notIler on Il Which WhichWhite WhichWhite 1fch 1fchbite White bite Light of Publicity Pub1icIt Will 1111 Be BePlayed liePiayctlSjuyicNnni c cPlnet Played Plnet PiayctlSjuyicNnni Stnyvcw StnyelfnntF1Hl1 ant Plsli HaTaIte Hn HaN lnlketl lnlketlOerAfinlrH Tflh1e4lOver l lOver Over OerAfinlrH Affair TvItli 1t1l Chairman Keep KeepWill ICCI1YIII cep cepWill Will Use Fnll Power PovrerPlans PowerPlans PowerPian Plans Pian are under consideration by the theInterstate theInterst theIntershU Interstate Interst t Commerce Commission that thatcontemplate thatcontemplate thtcontenii4te contemplate the most sweeping the most mostcomprehensive mostcomprehef...

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

THE WASEI2TGTOH E33BAID MONDAY DECEMBER 10 101906 1900 tJ LEOPOtD IS SCATHED SCATHEDRev Rev Johnson J Holds King KingEesponsiMevfor KingRcsonsiblefol ltiiigResponsillefor EesponsiMevfor Murder MurderCALLS MurderCALLs XiirderCALLS CALLS imfr HI HUMAN MONSTER MONSTERA MONSTERllmltCJ MONSTERAt1rnIt A At1rnIt limits llmltCJ However lie Has 1I1I Never YIN Visited YINIted 18 18itctl ¬ ited Congo Staie Stnt StateBaion Bnron Monchcur MonchcurMinister JIoncJlcurUnhltcr MonclicurMinister Minister from rom Belgium ncl lum Does Do Not XotBelieve NotncHcc SotfleiIev Believe Story Consul General GeneralVhiteley GenernlJIU GencralWIiit1c WIiit1c Vhiteley JIU lcT Utterly Refutes Charges ChargesDr OhargcsDr CharciDr Dr Herbert Johnson on yesterday brand branded branded branded ¬ ed King Ri g Leopold of Belgium and sover sovereign sovereign overegn ¬ eign egn of o the Congo Free State a human humanmonster humKJImonsterr humanmonster monsterr monster and directly accused him of ofthe oftbe ofthe the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 December 1906

liii 4 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER DECEMBEItIO190G 1 0 1906 SEVIER ACCEPTS GAL1Pastor CALL CALLPastor CALLPastor Pastor Will illTa1eC1Huge Take Chare o oSUCCEEDS of ofChurch ofCinireli Church J Jauuaay allnaJJ L LSUCCEEDS 1 1SUCCEEDS SUCCEEDS REV P J L BROOK BEOOEEUraml BROOEEirKnll BROOKran1 Uraml ran1 Jury Jar Convenes COKe1I s Today TOIla and nnilMurder allilUurllcr andMurder Murder of Charles OJa rlQH TSinltli Will 111 Be BeTaken DoInkt1l BeTnktni Taken l71ht Up 2Ixny htJiJ People Attend AttcnilSi A Attendtr1uei tcnil tcnilOnjue Si rviueis in Il Churcliotf Ctllrc110aflJ1JHJ1i1 Punarul of ofMnii ofJnJ1 OfInn Mnii Inn Durned IJ units a to Daivth DaivthWASHINGTON DoittltWSHI Do ith ithVtSU1NGTOX WASHINGTON WSHI GTON HERALD BUREAU BUREAUBell BUJtJAtBetl Bell Telephone IU IUCorner 111t 111tComrr 113orDrr Corner orDrr of I Prince and Royal Strotts StrottsAleuindria 8UutsAIexadr1 ruLts ruLtsAlexh Aleuindria Alexh Va Dec 9 9Rev Rev Joseph J Joae R RSevier R RSvler RSevier Sevi...

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

r I II Jt I THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER 10 1906 19O J 5 5 > W OdWard L Lothrop LothropNew throp thropNew New York YorkWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisJ YorkWASHINGTONParisChristmas WASHINGTON Paris ParisGKmstmas J Christmas CHpj tmas Cards Booklets B oklets Calendars and Diaries Diariesfe DiariesMain J fF fe Main Floor G Street StreetToys StreetToys 7 7iHE Toys Dolls and Games GamesTHE Gamesr r HE toy worjd wor1d was never more fully represented repr sented in one assemblage assemblagethan assemblagethan assemblageI I THE than it t is in iIlt that now occupying almost an acre of space on our ourfourth OUfI ourkl I kl fourth floor floorIt floorIt Kr KrIt It was gathered Irq11 from the toy toyfacoories factories of the world and it itincludes itincludes itincludes includes the inventions and handiwork of toy artists of every ever land where wheretoys wheretoys wheretoys toys are made madeDuring madeDuring madeDuring During his stay at the great toy fair air held at Lei...

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

tf iii L Lg g 6 t THE WASHINGTON WASKIGTONflEEALD HEEAID HE ALD MONDAY ONDAYDECEiEB1O DECEMBER 10 1908 THE WASHINGTON V HERALD HERALDPublulted HER HERALD HERALDrubruhed LD LDPublished Published Every Morninf in the Ye Y Ycir CIC r by byTHE yTHE byThE THE WASHINGTON HERALD COMPANY COMPANYPublication COMPANYPub1i COMPANYPublic3tioa Publication Pub1i = tion OSke 734 73 FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST NORTHWESTEntered NORTHWEStBntared NORTHWESYted Entered ted u secmlctesa 5e4ca6a matter Ocwb Oc Ocber ber r 5 1906 1006 et etthe AttIte t tthe the poatefilce at Washington Wubt gton D c C X under aet actCoegrwa e eCoIIill6S eZoegTeG3 Coegrwa oegTeG3 of JIaick 3 18W 18WSCOTT lRIscon 1S9scoir SCOTT C CBONE BONE Editor EditorErnest ElitwIrncst E ELiiest Ernest H Merrick Treasurer and Buiinen Manager Managerdareoee ManiCtitCarIna MaxigeGtrenee CarIna C C Archibald Advertising Adve tisin Maniger ManigerJ Mana ManaJ J 7 Harry Ounaiujhira Auditor AuditorCiurlcsC AuditerChules AuditorClarIes ClarIes Ciu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 December 1906

I THE WASHINGTON HEBAO irBBALD1LONDAYDECE1Y1BER MOHDAY MONDAYDEOEMBER DECEMBEE 10 1906 7 TALKS OF MRS EDDY EDDYRev EDDYRevW Rev RevW W PMcKenzie Explains ExplainsChristian ExplainsCl1ristian Exp1ainsChristiau Christian Science Tenets TenetsAlfYBODY TenetsANY130DY TenetYBODY AlfYBODY YBODY MAY HEAL THE SICK SICKGnmbriare SICKCambrtafte SICKCambrhlge Gnmbriare Lecturer Telia ThU How Phi Philosophy Pb Pb10HophY Phloaopliy ¬ losophy of New Hampshire Woman Womanhas VoxuanHns o nn nnIas has Ias Been Dnllt Out of WorldOlcl WorldOlclTheo WoridOltiT1toj VorldOltlTbeOllell Theo TbeOllell T1toj Ie wl Trill b the Key Which Puts PutsIt Put PutIt PutgIt It on a Practical P aet1cal Basis Basist BasisThe DnslsThe B1thI B1thIThe t f The National Theater was filled yester yesterday yosthrsflenioon ester esterday ¬ day afternoon when Rev Willtain Wmlal P Mo MoKenzte MoKenzle Kenzte Kenzle explained the tenets teIIetsot of his ht faith faithThe faithThe fthTb The Tb lecturer was Introduced by Brig Brig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 December 1906

Ui iHE T ± 8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER DECEBER19O6 10 1906 fW Wonder Wonderwht onder what wh t Mertz Metzwi11seiy will s y today todayhiore todayblore todaySLore hiore Rinses Dally at 6 p m mSaturday nJSnturdRY rnSnturilay Saturday at t 9 p m mThe inMertz I Mertz MertzDoesthe MertziI iI Doesthe DoestheBest Doestheest Best BestWork est estWoL Work WorkThe WoLThe The tailoring work that Mertz Mertzdoes Mertzdoes Mertzdoes does meets the most exacting re requirements requirements requirements ¬ quirements of careful dressers dressersThe dressersThe dressersThe The specials that Mertz offers are areextraordinary areextraordinary arcextraordinary extraordinary values Here are arethe arethe arethe the latest latestSuits latestSuits latestSuits Suits and Overcoats to order orderin orderin orderinthe in inthe intheMertzway the theMertzway 10 00 Mertzway MertzwaySuits MertzwaySuits MertzwaySuits D Suits and Overcoats to order orderin orderin orderinthe in inthe intheMetzway the t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington herald. — 10 December 1906

TTI 1i I J THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY ONDAY BECE1OEB 10 1906 9 vOMA llAtT ISSOIENTIST ISSOIENTISTMrs IS SOiETiST SOiETiSTrs Mrs rs Hertlia Ayrton Ayrtou rton to Get GetMedal GetMedal GetMedal Medal for Research Rcseal csaah h Work WorkSOLVES WoikSOLVES forkSOLVES SOLVES AEG LIGB3 PSOBLEMS PSOBLEMSIn In Daughter of Accomplished Accompll 11C1 IIo IIoIjrew IIerew 1I 1Ibrew brew rew Family FnmU and Wife ife of Bmincnt BmincntElectrical 1zninentE1ectrca1 lIlhlent lIlhlentElcctrical Electrical Engineer Thig1iicerAite Altos Klne Nln NlnYea1 ilneYeai4 Years Devotion to Home Life She SheSurprises SheSur SheSurprie Sur Surprises rf8el the Saicntlflc Soi ntlfe World WorldZoTteIoi Vorld Vorldco co ZoTteIoi 1J H of lM ThSWatL WuIdIIcta Be MasidLoid L LLondon London Loid n Dec 2 2Mra 2Mr Mrs Hertha Ayrton Ayrtonwho Ayrtonwho Ayrtonwho who IE I already known to some extent in inAmerica inAmerica InAmertca America can now claim recognition as asEnglands asEnglands asEnglands Englands foremost t w...

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