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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 25 January 1902

T I i I t P e a N NMIDWINTER MIDWINTER MILLINERY MILLINERYPopularity MilliNERYPopularity MILLINERYPopntarlty Popularity of tho While Hat IncreasesDecorativo Increases IncreaicnDecorative IncreaaelDecoratlvo Decorative Tina IlniThe lhllThe TinaThe The prophecy of a white winter has hasproved hnsproell hasproved proved veracious Hats of such fluffy fiuftyfilmy fluffyfilmy Ilur Ilur1l1my filmy whiteness that they th suggest the thesunny thesunny thesunny sunny days of midsummer are con eonstantly constantly constnnU ¬ stantly stnnU seen s en disporting themselves at attheatre atthentre attheatre theatre concert and even church church1hey church1heymay They Theymay lhe lheInny may be of felt or velvet or tulle or orall orall orall all three thre with equal equnllllollllet propriety and are areadorned arcadorned areadorned adorned with feathers lace fur or orflowers orIlowers orflowers flowers White velvet flowers are par particularly 1mItleularly partlcularly ¬ ticularly In dcmaud and a...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 25 January 1902

i 0 lfe lfer r I r ilt r Why Vhy III Ills Wife ISIirlekcil ISIirlekcilGood NhrlekedGood < l lGood Good story they got out about the therofcssor therofessor therofessor rofessor hey Whats the matter did he forget forgetGain forgetgain forgetgain Gain GainNaw Naw Better than that His wife wifejot wifeat wifent jot at up the other morning and was slm slmring slip slipng slipi i ring ng her ter shoes on when she gave a lit litle litIe litle le shriek Whats the matter he heisked heIked lietsked isked iskedWhy Why I was putting my shoe shoeton ton tonnd on oflid onnd nd a snake slipped out of it she cried criedOnly cricdOnly criedI I Only oner one said the professor professorWhy professorWhy professorWhy Why there should have been three I Iut Ii Itit i ut them there last night to keep them themirarm themarm themFarm Farm Farml arm armI I irarmHair i l l Hair air Splits SplitsI S litts littsI I have used Ayers Hair Vigor Vigorfor Vigorlor Vigorfor for thirty years It is elegant for fora...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 25 January 1902

1 G GSOFT ooOO80000000 OO OO OO0 OO0SOFT SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEETYou FEET FEETYou i iYou You will find JOELNT JO J IL N G JXEEiNTJS EENE at the old stand i I 908 C STREET N NL W Wr MCGUI Building BuildingWITH BuildingWITH I WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSFOR GOODSI GOODSAmong Among my leaders for formniFalLantl SOFT SOFTSOLED FOR EASY plfflCO FOR NEAT QUflCO FOR LONG OUflCC FOR the Fall and Winter W nte ° of f fISrUlt SOLED SHOES N OlIULQ SHOES NE OnUkO SHOES N SHOES SN E mniFalLantl I ISrUlt ra raean are ean i SOLED SOL O MEN WEARING WOMEN APPEARING MISSES LASTING OllUtd OllUtdAmong BOYS BOYSOO Jon OO 0 OO det 4 dAteaoAOaoe d ii8 ir44dl6f dd did d dA llid It Results eeulte o of an Ex Exna A na 1 1 I yZtn j amlnatlol by bya e eI a I Governmont Governmonti OovernmontExport a eteor Expert < cc ccflx C CP i flx 1R > l iy P llxltieFl IIg3ti 41t9 FIF1 i1 ir fil3It3r it41w314 P > < i3 14 = Proto George P Merrill curator of ofthe ofthe ofthe the depart...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

IfeP 1 7 l fa r rr rp r x ti M p 4 t t w r r 1 VOL VOLIB 13 A 1 WASHINGTON IX D G SATURDAY FEBRUARY 110 1 U02 NO NO5 5 5I I tj SCHLEYS senLEYS 5 APPEAL APPEALTO APPEALTO I TO ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTAsks Asks the President to Review Find FindIngs FindIngs FindJ J Ings of the Court CourtA CourtA A RESUME OF 0O 8 p THE TESTIMONY TESTIMONYRequest TESTIMONYRequest TESTIMONYRequest Request That Admiral Deweyc Statement StatementDeclaring statementDectarlar StatementDeclaring Declaring That Scbley Was In Command CommandBe Be Approved ApprovedTbe The Withdrawal of the tbcSquadron theSquadroD be beSquadron Squadron the be Blockade the Passage to tokey toKey toKey key West and Olber Points PointsWashington PointWashington PointsWashington Washington D C Special SpecialThe SpecialTheNavy The TheNavy Thei i Navy Department gave out for publica publication puhlication ¬ 11 tion the full petition of RearAdmiral RearAdmiralWinfield RearAdmiralWinfield RearAdmiralI I Winfield Scott Schley for a review ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

II SUBUHIWI I8AN CITIZEN ICiTIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON I WASHINGTON D Dt C CIt C Ct i It t la perhaps the force of a grand grandfathers grandfathers grandfathers fathers shining example whiter whl J ball bailed ballJ ba8led led J d Peter Coopers grandson to the in inyentlon InvenUon lnvention yentlon of eta a new light lightThe lightThe lightThe The Nation has long ceased to be beftfrald benfrald beafraid afraid of the Man on Horseback But ButIt Butit Butf f It t has become necessary for the private privntecitizen prllItedtlzen privatecitizen citizen to keep n sharp outlook for the theMan thefun theMan Man fun on tbo Automobile AutomobileProfessor AlItomoblllTrotossor AutomobileProfessor Professor Huxley gives his opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat that what is called overwork means meansIn meansIn meansin In a large proportion of cases under underoxygcnatioD underoxygenatlon underoxygenation oxygenation and consequent accumu accumulation accumuJatlon accumulatlon ¬ ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

BRr fVI i i 1 SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList List of Officers together With WithTime WthTime WithI I Time and Place of Meeting fleetlnuIN IN N THE ALTER LTER OF TIIESE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE ALLTHE ALLTHE THE PEOPLE PEOPL OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban CitizensAssociations Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation Association AssociationMeetings AssociationUeotlnl AssociationsMeolinga Meetings Ueotlnl are held the let Mon Monilny Monday day 11 livening In enoli month at at15th atlISth at18th 15th and nod It Streets N 12 LOFFICER2 12OFFICERS COFFICERS OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICER2President President William H Erneatj Ernest Vice VicePresident VicePrc VlcePresidont President Prc idont Hugh A1me A Kanoj Kane Secretory Secrel ry J JM JM JM M Wood Treasurer Aug W Stuboner StubonerBSTTotul StubonerJI6rrotal Stubenerit it BSTTotul p Totai membership about 75 75Brightwood ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

Jlllll r ri Fla i i Til SMUIBAR max CffllEIWASHINGTON CITI maxi maxWAHINGTON I IL IWASHINQTON i L WASHINGTON D O OJWnal CL ChVMWd 0Jbwal L JWnal d nM to t1 U Mr j terleta tj of ofUnJI < > ffe fferODLISHBD Q Qedtbnls edtbnls UnJI of 1M ubuh olV8AltVIo olV8AltVIoVDLJ8 of if aohtnytoa aohtnytoapUDLIBfED rODLISHBD VDLJ8 JCD TTBKKIY BY IITv BYDie JlThi Die v Sntarton GitizsB Ne taper spaDer Co CoX CoY I IM X II WOOD woo > > Btulaoci Hasx Kaup KaupNo 3asagaNo r rNo No 61 61110th 110th Street NE NEWASHIHQTOH N E EYAIBIIlGTOI EWA9BI80TOB WASHIHQTOH n 0 0OMTnVTOil 0e 0olITB 0M e M OMTnVTOil olITB no are r BfiSinMi B1i tlltl Men Dne DneldeetWenen Bn BntetevjiWeaon IInIItII tetevjiWeaon IItII gcltntUU Plata eopleTrarti4re 90pl eoplTraT eoplTraTIUrl Tr r rart IUrl art Poets 101 etc eta to In Staer l1er words wordsMopU wordpl wordspis MopU pl pis fwnillar whereof they het wRte wnte tbe who whofaH whoII whothetrstoriesk faH II their thetrstoriesk itorltt la A way tkatwlflntorest tkatw...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

i IULJL L it I 11T I i S THE SUBURBAN SU BURBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSAIURDAY CITIZENSAIURDAY UITIZBNL L i = SAIURDAY SAI URDAY FEBRUARY 11902 11902t 1 1002 1002Instruction It02Instruotlon t P 1 1a 1natruotlonrt a Instruction t Suboorlbor SubsorlberaPoeTAosThe SuboorlborPOBTAOK SublorlbarPOIT4oKThe > POBTAOK POIT4oKThe The postage to all part ot the thefitted thehlted theI I fitted Btntee and Canada U pall by tb tbbllhert the thelIbuher thew w bllhert lIbuherft ebltehereftxzTTSNace bllhertRKKITTANOZS RKKITTANOZS ft IIIXrTUIln ot small mall Bums sum may m8 be mad madMthoompnratlTa made madentb madeyith z ntb MthoompnratlTa comparative safety lu ordinary ordlnllc letter letterum Jette1UIla 1UIla um ol one dollar or more muSt beaent bejiont 1ieent by byr byglltered I pUtered r letter or postoffice money monyorder monyordertherwJse order orderMlierwlac orderNherwfeo 1 Mlierwlac therwJse we e cannot be b responsible rospondbleforssm forsam forsamOBAKOE lor m mOIUIOZ e eOuNGS OBAKOE or ADDBK...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

j I ADAPTABILITY OF CHIFFON CHIFFONIt It I III a Favorite Tnbrlo of the Fashion Fashionable Fahlonable rarhlonable ¬ able Woman UolnanWilliout wornanWithout WomanWithout Without chiffon a woman oman setting settingfoot settln settlntoot settingfoot foot into the fnshionableworld fashionable world of 011002 011002would 1002 1002would 1902would would bo In despair despairThere despairThere despairThere There is no one fabric so much In ev evidence eV1denc ev evfdence ¬ idence no ono jsaterlal t terlal so much need needed needed ueeded ¬ ed in the schemes of dress no one stuffhalf stuff stuffhalf stutthalf half as becomingWithout becoming becomingWithout becomingWltbout Without chiffon the robes of 1002 1002would 1002would 1002would would be robbed of their gauziness snuzlnessnnd glJzlnessnnd gauzinessand nnd the general effect of the lightness lightnesswould tightnesswoulLl lightnesswould would be gone goneChiffon goneOhltIon goneChiffon Chiffon is seen Ie en both winter nUll sum summ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

I I t = ii Hit rather Wai Vn a a Juror JnrorSecretary JurorSecretary JurorSecretary Secretary of the Treasury Shaw tolls tollsthis toUstnls tellsthis this story of a personal experience while whiletrying whllotrying whilotrying trying a case In an Iowa court A boy boyabout boyabout boyabout about fourteen years old had been put puton puton putt t on the stand and the opposing counsel counselwas counselwas counselwas was examining him After the uiual pre preliminary preIIminary pre preliminary ¬ liminary questions as to the witness witnessage witnessage witnessage age residence and the like he then pro procteded proceeded prose se cteded ctededHave ceededHave Have HaveNo ave you any occupation occupationNo occupationNo No NoDont NoDont NoDont Dont you do any work of any kind kindNo kindNo r rNo No NoJust NoJust NoJust Just loaf around home homeThats homeThats homethats Thats abciut allWhat all allWhat allWhat What does your father dor dorNothin1 do doNothin r rNothin Nothin much much...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 1 February 1902

II IlSOFT IIOOOO3ooOOIOOOO0 k ri OOOO3ooOOIOOOO0 OOOOOO 0 OO 0 OO000 OO00 OO OOOO OOOOSOFT SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETYou FEETYou You will find JOHrN JE G EENE at the old stand standMcGill standI standSTREET I 908 C STREET N W McGill Building BuildingWITH i J JWITH WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSAmong GOODSAmong 0 Among my leaders for SOFT SOFTthe FOR EASY EASYWEARING FOR NEAT NEATAPPEARING FOR FORMISSES LONG FOR FORthe FORthe the 1901 Fall and Winter of pnicn 6ULtu SOLED SHOES MEN WEARING SHOES flUO E WOMEN APPEARING SHOES E MISSES LASTING LASTINGi SHOES flU BOYS are i OOOOOOOOOO < 8 9 OO OO OOOO S OO OOOO f r OUR OURoe CR GOODS GOODSI G OS OSr I r oe WELCOME WELe FYI ME 7t If the business done by all manu manufacturers manufneturers manufacturers ¬ facturers In the United States with withtheir withtheir withtheir their customers in South America has hasIncreased hasIncrensed hasincreased Increased in tho last eight years yearsns yearsnsours as asours...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

P E TlHE TlHEI = D Dalb I alb 4iG b n f fVOL M s f ftIt tIt tItu I u i VOL 13 WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY FF FEBRUARY BRUARY 8 S110 1902 NO6 NO G THIRTEEN T I TEEN KILLED KILLEDBY KILLEDBY BY GAS EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONNearly Nearly a a Hundred Injured loa In a ChIcagoDIsaster ChicagoDisaster Chicago ChicagoDisaster DIsasterSTREET Disasterl Disaster DisasterSTREET l STREET CAR CARDLOWN BLOWN FROM FRO TRACK TRACKEntire TRACKEnUre TRACKl l Entire Neighborhood In a Panic Build Buildlast DulldIngs Builds s last on Fire nod the Street Filled With WithSmoke WltbSmoke Wlthf f Smoke and Flames FlamesTbe Tbe Family ol OttoTrostle Otto OttoTrostle OUoTroslle Trostle Consisting of Eight Persons Wiped WipedOut WlpdOut WipedOut Out Out la a SecondChicago Second SecondChicago SecoadI I Chicago Special SpecialThirteen Thirteen lives liveswere liveswere liveswere were lost many people slightly injured injuredtwo injuredtwo injuredS S two buildings at 373 and 374 Twenty Twentysecond Twentysecond 1 second st...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

i THE SUBURBAN WIZEN WIZENWASHINGTON CITIZENWASHINGTON CII1ENWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CDenmarks C CDenmarks J Denmarks army Is the cheapest l1lenlest In InEurope InEurope Europe It costs only 120 n head headagainst meadngalnst ngalnst 505 JG spent by Great Brltnliu BrltnliuThe B1ltulbhe BrltalAThe The he scientist who Is s experimenting experimentingwith j with lth a view to prolonging the life 1te ot otman 01man ofman man Indefinitely is merely maintaining maintainingtbo malntalnln malntalnlntho tho general scheme of things Since SIncathe SlncBthe Sincethe the earliest times an elixir ellxlro of life has liasbeen hliJbeen hasbeen been In the process of decoction decoctionAccording c1ecoctlonAccordlnr decoctionAccording According to the recent school census censustakeu censustaken censustaken taken In Kansas that State has actual actually actually ly lost population Instead of t gaining It ItBlnce ItiJlnoe itsince since the national census THIS taken takenIt takenIt takenIt It Is a...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

I ii I J SDBDRBAH S SBBiiiTi nURBAiA8S0GIATIONS B ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList SSOCI TIONS TIONSList List of Officers Together With WithTime WI1I1Time WithI I Time and Place of MeetingHI fleeting fleetingIII III THE RLTER OF THESE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASSO iATIOHS iATIOHSTHE THE FIRES ARE BURHING BUR ING FOR ALL ALLTHE ALLTHE ALLTHL THE PEOPLE PEOPl OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast East End Suburban CitizensAssociation Citizens CitizensAssociation CltizonsAssociation Association AssociationMpollne AssociationMeotinge Mpollne Mt > OlInl are Rr held the be lit iron Jlonilny 1IondllT ironday day livening I > voIIIDI In onoh month at at18th atlltb at18th 18th lltb und U Streets N 15 15OFFICERS Eo EoOFFICERS 1 1C C OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSe e President William II LL Ernest Ernestj Vice Vicei VicePrcaident 4 i r i i Tr n > T TM t President Hugh A Kllnej ii9ue Secretary J JM Jr r M Wood Woodj Treasurer Ait Ang lIg W WStuboner...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

m tSUBURBAN SUBURBAK CITIZHI CITIZHIWASHINQTON CITTIzBNWASH1NGTON WASHINGTON D C CWI Ce I WI V II I Ihwrnal 4 e Jbtimal MOW to 9 ft a Intrreitt 1fttwI tf t At AtMeiidtnti lAcJl UatgertdanG Meiidtnti Jl ridfn tf f tt he 8u1luNI u5urt o oJ WasMngtonlgBL1iUED TToiMnylon TToiMnylonHJBLISJIED W Mglon MglonUBLlUTED HJBLISJIED WEEKLY BT BTRisSnMrlian BYh DPVb RisSnMrlian h Subnrban Citizen Hewspajer Nc spaDor Co CoJT COI COIM JT II I WOOJJ woo > > DuaIJU5a Busl sa Moxg MoxgNo MlUUtceNo Mazr MazrNo No 611 61110th 10th Street N E EWABHIHGIOS EW EW4JHIHOTON WABHIHGIOS W WiOlOJ D no a aMm aea 1 Mm ea 0xruBVTOBi are BIi BfiBlneei he81 Men Bar BarIslesWtnen 3n 3nktfei Ju JuWemenlic1lntltl IslesWtnen ktfei W Wemenlic1lntltl mn Eclintliti 6clintletaPiatneeplaTrar 6clintletaPiatneeplaTrarMara Plain leapllTray leapllTraytIu sopl Tr T TItrt Mara tIu Itrt Fottt etc eta In stner her words wordspl wordsopts I Iopl1 > opts pl familiar fau titer whereof they write who whoill whoU whoIs Is ill the...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

Tw TILE 11lKSU SUBURBAN BU RBAN CITIZEN CITIZENSATUHDAY Cl1lZENSArUIWAY SATUHDAY FEBRUARY 8 8ltl2 8ltl2Inatruotlon 1912 1912Instruction 12Inatruotlons 2 Instruction t Suboorlber SuboorlberporrioB Sub SuboorlberuPoerlexTbe orlber orlberPOITOEThe porrioB POITOEThe The postage to all parts ot the theOmlted IheUlted thegaited gaited Staten < < and Canada li paid prJ by the theabliher thelblIhers theab1Ihers abliher abliherBnaiiTAHoaa ab1IhersBgMlrrtilmme lblIhersRt3urrLIICltIl BnaiiTAHoaa ol mull am dl sums suml may ma be made madeith maderith madepith pith rith ith comparative safety In ordinary letter letterlams letteltlumaot lettersIama lams lumaot of one dollar or more must bojient beent by byr brrtglJterod byre8Istered r rtglJterod cl5torod letter lett r or postofflco post oIDco moaiy 000117 moafyorder moafyordersllaerwlso order orderiterwlao I iterwlao herwlse we te cannot be berelpol1slblelouame berelpol1slblelouameOUUfOE responsible responsibleforsameQatN6n lor ame ameOnix...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

I 1 i 1 I 11 j1Jjl Ai4 ivy Y = ru 11 0 00 00IIIYln ipplylne IIIYln I lot JrlndJI JrlndJIThe IrlnciplaThe The trouble said the anarchist 93 93that is isthat isthat that there are too many inequalities in inthis inthis inthis this worldThats world worldThats worldThnts Thats right admitted the practical practicalnan practicalman nan DUnUVe nanWe UVe We must remedy matters went on onhe onhe onthe he anarchist No man should have any anyidvantage anyIdvantnge anyIdvantage idvantage over another j all should be betqual bequal betqual tqual tqualRight Right againBut again againBut agninBut But where shall we beginNell begin beginWell beginWe1 Well said the practical man manhan manIhoughtfully manthoughtf Ihoughtfully thoughtf uliv youre a much larger man manhan man11an han I am which gives you OU an unfair ad advantage ndantage adrantage ¬ vantage of course and this is decidedly decidedlyintagonistic decidedlyIntagonistic decidedlymtagonistic intagonistic to the theory theory you have dab ...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

f r 1 cfir t tp p vL vLt f t t 01 01TIlEE ° THE NEW NEWSPRINC SPRING HATS HATSQuills NATSBnI11s tATSI1nUla Quills Aro Now UblqlllloulStraw llUlqultoiu Str wa Are Arellrond AreJlront AreBroad Broad mid lint 1lluble 1llubleAn llIableAu IIlubleAu Au mllltnlro with a vengeance ven cnnce Is the thefctchliiK thlfetching thefetching fetching affair christened the Mousquetalre Mous Mousquctalrc fousQuelalre quctalrc If you didnt knotv it had hadnils hndthin hadlhto thin nome you might call It Colonlnl Colonlnlbut Colonlnlhilt Coionlnlbut but tho Colonial IS It is 8 old as list au autumn UIItumn nutumnl ¬ tumn tumnl At nny rate this military lilt liltof bltor bitof of chli hJl IK composed of a II well wellmixed wellmixedblack mIxed mIxedblnlk mixedblack black and white straw with n whitelitrlw whitestraw white whitestraw straw facing acl II I The dashing brim 1 1cnught IR IRcaught 4 caught up IV by two broad warpprinted warpprintedrlblions warpprlnttdrIbbons warp printed printedribbons rIbbo...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 8 February 1902

r p OO OO 3100OO OOOOOO000 0000 OO OO OOOO00 OO 0OOOOOO 00 I 1 SOFT SOLES FOR TENDER FEET FEETYou i iI i You will find JOHN G KEENE at the t he old stand I I I 908 C STREET N W Mcciii Building BuildingWITH BuildingWITH I WITH THE USUAL FULL LINE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS GOODSAmong i iat the Among Fall my and leaders Winter for of SOFT SHOES N FOR EASY SHOES FOR NEAT SHOES N FOR LONG SHOES N FOR I I SOLED MEN WEARING WOMEN APPEARING MISSES LASTING I BOYS oYs OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOlOOOOOOOOOO 4 + + + 4 + + 110 110Threw Threw Gold Goldto Goldt Goldt t to t Lottev + C > < H44HI I Lotta the exactress in private life lifeknown lICekMwn lifeknown known as Miss Charlotte Crabtree Is Isa Ist isa a t most charming and dignified woman womanot womanof I Iof of petite figure and middle age She Shehas Shehas i ihas has lived In retirement for nearly nearlytwenty nearlytwenty t ttwenty twenty years She left the stage at atthe atthe 1 1the the height of her popularity for rea reasons rea...

Publication Title: Suburban Citizen, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The suburban citizen. — 15 February 1902

TNE p tz M I 3 r Tt Ac ly lye lye lyraltlrrris e e raltlrrris r may i iVOL i a n rui ulu uluVOL VOL 13 WASHINGTON D c SATURDAY FEBRUARY FJ BRUARY 15 151902 1902 NO NO7 7 iA 1 q GERMANY fiE MANY GIVES GIVESf fiIVESITIS iiY > S SBRITISH f BRITISH ITIS SHOWING UP UPTho UPTho 1 Tho Latters Move to Interfere Intcrfereln IntcrferelnSpanish In InSpanish inSpanish Spanish War WarPAUNCEFOTB WarPAUNCEFOTB Warr r PAUNCEFOTB MADE FIRST EFFORT EFFORTAt At the Request of the British Ambassador for forRepreentntlves tbiRepreientatlves Ih IhRepro Repreientatlves Repro Icntallfes of the European Govern Governments UovcraDlents Uovernmeats ¬ meats Suggested SuncaldTbat That tbe Powers Decliri DecliriAmerican DeclarI DeclarsAmerican I American Intervention In Cuba Did Not Ap Appear Appear Appear ¬ pear to Them to De Justified JustifiedBerlin JusllfledBerlin JustifiedBerlin Berlin By Cable CableThe The official officialReichstnziger officiaJReichstnziger officialReichstnziger Reichstnziger just publ...

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