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THE WASHINGTON TIMES TI IES SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1905 HJO J05 3
ill I IPOISONED I IPOISONEDSWEETS
WIFE RECEIVED
POISONED POISONEDSWEETS POISONEDSWEETSSaid SWEETS SWEETSSaid
Said to Have Been Sent b 3 3Husband I IHusband
Husband HusbandIS
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IS A CANDY SALESMANAccused SALESMAN I II c I
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Accused Is Is un Under der Arrest But Denies DeniesMaliciouYs
MaliciouYs Ma1 do s IntentSays Woman WomanIs I
Is Jealous
I I ICHICAGO
CHICAGO Nov No 4 40n On a charge of ofsending ofsending
sending poisoned > candy to his wife S SV SV Sv I
V Sangater Sang tel4 a traveling salesman for forthe forthe forthe
the Chicago Candy Company Is under underarrest underarrest underarrest
arrest at t Lawrence Kansas An ex examination ¬ 1 1amination i iamlnatlon
amination of the sweets by chemical chemteaiexperts chemicalexperts I Iexpert
experts showed that they contained containedlarge containedlarge I Ilarge
large quantities of arsenic arsenicSent arsenicSent arsentcSent
Sent in Suit Case CaseThe CaseThe CaseThe
The candy cand was II received by Mrs MrsSangster MrsSangster rs rsSangster
Sangster September 1 She said ald it itwas itwas itwas
was sent to her h r by her husband in a asuit asuit aButt
suit case with other articles Mrs MrsSangster MrsSangster MrsSangster
Sangster and her twelveyearold twelveyearolddaughter twelveYeroldda twelveyearolddaughter
daughter da ugh tel Anna 4nJ8 Margaret ate some someof someof Om Omof >
of the candy The mother experienced experiencedno
no 111 effect but the daughter became becamesuddenly beeame1uddenly becamesuddenly
suddenly 111 A physician was called calledwho canedwho calledwho
who gave her an emetic and in a aTew afew afew
few hours abe a e had fully recovered recoveredMrs recoveredIrs recoveredMrs
Mrs Irs Sangster took the candy to the theHyde theHyde theHyde
Hyde Park police station a few days daysago da daysago s sngo
ago and reported the circumstances of ofher oflttr ofher
her daughters poisoning
Through the Chicago Candy Compa Company Compa Company ¬
ny ny n for whjch firm bangster has long longbeen longheen I Ibeen
been a road salesman he was located locatedat locatedat < t tat
at Lawrence and the Kansas authori authorities authorIties authorities ¬
ties asked to arrest himHusbands him himHusbands himHusbands
Husbands Denial DenialSangster DenialSangster j jSangster
Sangster admitted a mltted sendng a lot of ofcandy ofcand ofcandy
candy cand but denied d deniedd led that it contained containedpoison tJOtalnEdpoison containedpoison
poison He said he took tha package packagefrom packagEfrom I Ifrom
from his sample cas case and did not open openit open1t openit
it before shjppin shipping it He had been beensending beenlending beensending
sending his wife a monthly allowance allowanceof aHowan aHowanor
of ESA ESAHe 50 50He 50He
He said she bad him Im arrested a year yearago y yearago > ar arago
ago charsinjc him with eloping with withanother wit withanother II IIanother
another woman but that he bad no notrouble noTrouble j jTrouble
trouble in exonerating himself of f the theharge thecharge thecharge
charge He attributes his bl wifes ac actions altions actions ¬
tions to insane Jealousy jealousyENGLISH j jENGLISH T TENGLISH
ENGLISH PRINCE SPENDS SPENDSDAY SPEr SPENDSDAY Ds DsDAY
DAY SIGHTSEEING SIGHTSEEINGContinued SIGHTSEEINGCOntinued SIGHTSEEINGContinued
Continued from First Page PagePvjirse PagePdr PagePeirse
Pvjirse Pdr > > e C H Dare and H G K Han Hanof Hauof Hattof
of the British squadron Sir Henry Mortimer Mor Mortimer Mortimer ¬
timer Durand the British ambassadorand ambassador ambassadorand ambasaadorand I
and Naval Attache Capt F E C Ryan RyanAdmiral RyanAdmiral RyanAdmiral
Admiral George Dewey Dewe Lieutenant LieutenantOommaJtaer LieutenanComma Lleutenaneomm
Comma OommaJtaer hler er S S Wood Admiral Can Canverse C Cinterse I1 I1fOrse
verse terse fOrse Admiral Robley D BKans ans ana anflLieut anaLleut an anLieut s
Lieut Walter S Crosley Admiral Davis DavinAdmiral DavisAdmiral DavisAdmiral
Admiral Brownon Br wn on Lieutenant comman eommandes commanders lOmmand ¬
des d > S Chapin and Key Lieutenant BricK BricKer BrlcKt Brlcaor
er t > r and Ensign J C Jremont jr uen tienerals uenerals en enerals
erals Chaffee Bates AJnswortn Burton BurtonDavis tfurtonDavis JSurtonDavis
Davis Humphrey Sharpe OReilly OReillyDodge OReUl OReUlDodge OXetiiyDodge
Dodge Mackenzle Mackenzie Crozler Mitts lUIt Vaa Wace WaceGrant 1Vactirant VaaUrant
Grant id Jiaqrf Harrhts arrive CoJenois 010n018 Hauiew Crom Cromwell lSromwell rsromwell ¬
well well Allen Kerr Kerr Wotherspoon at atBurr Majors MajorsBurr lJOISBurr Eors >
Burr Boyle Jjeach and Captains cap Captains uns LOCK Lochbridge LOCKbridge LOCKbitdge
bridge Huehesetn Hutoh HlItcheS s n and MlchieThe Iflehle IflehleThe Jehle JehleTh
The Th small banquet hall at the WI WIlard Wll Wlllard VI1 VI1lard
lard was tastefully arranged with withflags withnags wit witflags h hed k
flags of Great Britain and the United UnitedStates CuftedStates L t tStates ed l
States and the decorations gave if the theatmosphere theatmosphere th thatmoshere h =
atmosphere of a gathering ptb rlng of brother brotherofflcers brotherof1cers brothenf9eers
offlcers whose sympathies and Inter Interests laterIsts intergists ¬
ests are ne in common The semidress semidressuniforms semidressuniforms semidr semidruniforms ass
uniforms were in their simplicity simplicityquite slmpUettyQuite simplicityquite
quite gorgeous After the luncheon luncheonwhich luncheonwhich luncheonwhich
which proved r ed to be very enjoyable enjoyablefew a afew afew I
few moments were given ven to exchange excban e of ofreminiscences orreminlsceneeR o oreminiscences C
reminiscences in 111E the lives of those thosepresent tho thoreeent thee theepresent
present reeent Such cordiality and utter i lac laco tack tackf ek ekof k PC c
of o f formality wa was as very pleasant and no noone noone n npr ° D >
one present pr resent sent hee hesitated tated In saying soOf so soOS 80Off
OS to Fort MyerAt Myer MyerAt MyerAt
At about Half lf past JAIIt two the gathering gatheringentered ptgentered gatbetlnentered g j
entered the carriages carrlag which await awaitthem awaited awaitedthem awaitedthem d 1
them and were conveyed to Fort M Mer My Myer Myer y ¬
er where W here a cavalry ca ry drill drJllW was IS given g1Y e for forthe to tothe
the entertainment entlrtal ri1 t of the prince princeThe princeThe priDeeThe
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The distinguished distin lted gu gue guest et t praised the thesoldiers thesoldiers th thsoldiers e 9
soldiers and their 1U discipline dfet IplJae oe which which h hsaid he hesaid heflald e B
said reflected to th the credit of their theirofficers theirotflcers thel thelofficers r r
officers officersAt otflcersAt officersAt
At the conclusion of the drill a re reception ropUon reeeption ¬
ception pUon was tendered to the distl distlguished distin distinguished J tln tlngul n l ¬
gul guished hfd guest by by the comniandaaCot commandant commandantCoL inancJant inancJantCoL t l
Cot CoL Hatneld Hat field at his h home homeThe heMeThe homeThe
The prince then returned to the Brit British Bri t t ¬
t h ish h Embassy and rested lor a little littlewhile littlewhiJf litt littwhile le Ie e
while Tonight he will go 0 to the White WhiteHous Whit WhitHouA Ite IteHoul e
Hous where a a dinner will 111 be given givenT givenhy give giveby n B
T hy y President Prj > sident Roosevelt This will willso be beso beso
so far as is now known tb tn last fo formal rtna j l
feature > during the princes stay in rtnais this thiscity tht thtelt th thcity 1M n
city elt and its it chief event eventNothing eveatNothing eventNothing
Nothing has been arranged for tomor tomorrow tomorrow to torow n ¬
row but it t is believed that th the prtn prtnwin prince princewin prlncwin
win make a visit to Mount Vernon o
Luncheon will be had at the British em emaSSl en ¬
bassy aSSl and in the afternoon theyattend they the will willattend willalte willIra ill
attend alte d a tea to be given by the Admiral Admiralof Adm Ira n nof II illII IIIr
of Lthe LtheTNavy the TNavy Navy and d Mrs Dewey D Dew 3 at their the Irait Ir
Rhode Island avenue homePlan home homePlan homePlan
Plan for Tomorrow TomorrowTomorrow TomorrowTomotlOwqnt TomorrowTomorrow
Tomorrow TomotlOwqnt night will be spent quiet quietby quietly 1y y
by Prince Louis Lou Monday Monda morning adrive a last lastdrive It it t tdrive
drive will be made about the city dur during dulin du duing l ¬
ing in which the prince prI and his ta staff stilttake tate will willtake wltlt3ke 01 H
take in many points of interest by byrapid byrapid i irapid a
rapid glance glanceMen gianceMcnday glanceMonday
Men Monday day at tt noon Rear Admiral Adtpiralwill Iral Evan Evanwfll JivaDawfll l vaas u
wfll escort the prince back to to Anapolland Annapoland Annapolis Annapolisjind 14
and with that the visit of the r rsailor royal royalsailor royalsailor al 1
sailor will end endPrince endprince endprince
Prince Louis has accepted an invita invitation InvltatJon Inv Invtlon 0 ¬
tion to visit Baltimore where he will willreceived b breceived be bereceived
received by b tit the mayor maor at the th city cityand hall halland balland 1 l
and Inter will attend a luncheon to togiven IK IKgiven begiven
given by the British consul Gt GtFrazier Gilbert GilbertFraztor GilbertFrazier
Frazier On Tuesday at noon before beforeleaving hetorIEfaag bef e r
leaving for Baltimore the prince princegive will willfcive willive
fcive give ive a luncheon on board his itap flagship flagshipthe ftaphlpthe oA Ip P
f the the Drake in honor of the British am ambassador ambauador a n abaeeador ¬
bassador Sir Mortimer Durand DurandH DurandHe DurandHe
H He will ill return r turn to Anoopolis late Tues Tuesday Tu Tuoay Tuday I f ¬
day night and ad then win wl sail aU for New NewYork NewYork R RYork °
York at once onceRound onceRound onceRound
Round of Receptions ReceptionsFor ReceptionsFor ReceptionsFor
For Royal VisitoYesterday Visit VisitYeeterday Visitor VisitorYe > 1
Yesterday Ye terdaY th the princes priDe fin ftr first t day In t tCapital the theCapJa1 tCapital
Capital 9t of tttt United Slates waspleoeeaT was waspleasant wupi
pleasant pi pleoeeaT and a d an ventful tfnt on one Hf Hfaero HIli HIliser r
aero ser seraes nlghto higiees had Itmehaoa lttaebeoeSir wit witSir wttltBU
Sir 2 N IOrilmet rtimar Dtarand at th the Brl Brltte Brltteernba Br1tl If 1 1emb
ernba emb > following which 1M n was w waseived n ncelved Jeo Jeorelved Ie
celved at t tPresident th Ute Whftt nm Eons Ho M by U UPresident tlM tlMPreslt1et t
President PresidentNaxt Preslt1etNext PresidentNext
Next cam eante a visit to th the Navy Navypartment DC DCpartment Department D e
partment where the dtettegutohed gu guwas guwas
was printed to Secretary eeretary BonaparThe Bonapart 1JonplirteThe BonapartThe te t
The day concluded with dinner at thE thiBritish thEBritish t tBritish
British embassy emba y followed by a ball ballwhich a awhich awhich
which there was wa one of the most bril brilliant brillIant hr hrliant 11 1 ¬
liant assemblages known to the his history hS hStory h Sa Istory
tory of the social life in WashingtThe Washington WashingtonThe Va8hlngtonThe m
The reception at the U White Ho Hot HOUSE Houswas HOUSEwas u Is
t was particularly a happy event Th TherE TherEwere Thewere r rwere <
were present the President Pr ent and Jlf MM MMRoOfldfslt 115 115Roos
Roosevelt Roos l 1 Sir Mortimer Mortimer > and Lady Ladyrand Du Durand Duntnd Iu
rand with lth other members of the Brit Britisv BritJaJl Br BrIsh it
Ish isv embassy the Cabinet officerstheir officers an antheir anc anctheir <
their ladles Iadiesl Admiral and Mrs D Dew8 Dew8Lieutenant Dow DowLleutetrant w ey I y yLieutenant
Lieutenant General and Mrs Chaff < oe le
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and the members of the two squadtuna squad squsdrone squadrons
tuna roneThe tunaThe ronsTIle
The affair wag as entirely Informal last lastIng lastabouthalf
lag about abouthalf half an hour The guest gu st ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived at the north entrance going goingthence goingtbenc goingthence
thence to the blue room A large crowdshowed crowd crowdshowed crowdshowed
showed its interest in the visitor by bygathering bygathering bygathering
gathering along Pennsylvania PennslvanS avenue avenueto avenueto avenueto
to see the prince enter and leave theWhite the theWhite th thVbite
White House grounds groundsReceived groundsReceived groundsReceived I
Received by Bonaparte BonaparteAfur BonaparteAttE BonaparteAfter I
After AttE r the Uie reception reception recept1 n at the WhiteHouse White WhiteHouse
House the prince pr u e a abcpmNUiled compnied f only onlyby onl onlby
by big Irnmediate Jpmelllate jstaJf 5t wag w reeived reeivedby t ivel ivelby lve3by I
by Ceeroary ecrojary Thniti B Bnnnp1hr mipKnt tts arm rifl fine chiefs ehlefsof enlersor chiefsof
of a alsn dDrIsign Isl pa In th the Nawy K81tJp axy D D im pitfeilment pitfeilmentJThe t Beni BeniThe en enTJte
The T N reitepton eeption ptlon was l1Urdliidlnned l1Urdliidlnnedk hurclsmy tur > ardt3 lswnedand planneil planneiland
and like all the other functioiu t > of the theday Ire Irel
day was wu chnractrhsed chnract rme by a note n le of
ofInformality viInformality ofIntormaUt
Informality InformalityThe IntormaUtTbe InformalityThe
The prince prince expressed expre sAt his admiration I Icf
cf the American nary JULY aml an < l said k1 he hewts hertFS I
wts glad to have the opportunity of ofmeeting olmeeliQg ofmeeting
meeting the tb executive head headYVfeen I II
YVfeen W he left the building h h4W was wasch wa wast I
cbeiJld cheet ch > ei3Bd d by the clerks assembled on the thestairways thestalnya
stairways Hardly Hardl had the lb prince leftwhen loft loftc 1
when wht > n Secretary Bonaparte rushed outof out outof oulD
of the building bulldt headed for the train traintlwt traluthl tractthat
that thl t wculd take him to his hi Maryland Marylandhome MaryJndhomt Marylandhome
homeThe home homeThe
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The princes day da wound up with 1th the thej I Ig
dinner given vn him by b the British ambas ambaad ambasscaler
sador and Lady Durand followed by amaxnideent a amaKnineent amacnUieent
maKnineent reception and dance at the theembassy tbembas8J
embassy on Connecticut avenue Joseph JosephH JoitephH
H Choate former ambassador to toGreat toGreat toGreat
j Great Britain came from New NewYork NewYorke York Yorke
to be at c the reception r o e ptlon and dinner dlnnerHe dlnnerHee He HeB Hee
and a d the he prince bare been cloa clone lriendr friendsr friends friendsThose
tar a Ion long tlraEf tlraEfThose ftle ftleTh
Those Th se i at the Dinner IDinnerat DinnerThose DinnerThose
Those at the dinner were Flag Capt CaptMark
Mark E F Kerr Flag Lieut Gerald GeraldSowerby
Sowerby Soerb Sow erhySecretary Secretary Edward H Shenae Shertneand Shenaeand ShermcanclE1tglne
and anclE1tglne Engineer r Commander Commder William F FParapk Ft
Pamplett Parapk > tt Secretary of State Root Roote
Admiral and Mrs Dewey the Lleuten Lleutene
ant General of the Army and Mrs MrsB
Chaff Chafffe e the Assistant Secretary recary of ofj ofl 1f 1fStatf
State and l Mrs Bacon the Assistant Assistantn
Secretary rttary of War and Mrs rs Oliver the theformer tbeformer theformer
former former Atntaaaador A ball88dor to Great Britain BritainMr BrttalnMr
Mr Choate Ote Rear Admiral and Mrs MrsEvans JilIrsEvaJlS
Evans Mrs Taft wife of the Secretary Secretaryof
of o War Commander Charles H Robert RobertSIMPLE Robertill
SI SIMPLE IIL + JOY JOYIt
ItPeels It Feels Mighty Good to BeOlear B Glear o oit of ofIt
Coffee Ails AilsA AiIsl
A 1 Massachusetts Mauac usetts woman 1OmAA had been beenH a
lifekm lifelong coffee drinker and wa waIIIow was slow k w t ta to toIJWlpect toa
suspect su pect that it was w this habit that wa wamaking wu wumakIng w wmaking
making her r life miserable rahrerabteThe mlfterableu
The knowledge knowl e came tQ h her r at Jut lalfortunately Jutfortunately
fortunately before it was too late lateal
U I can now no see she writes rUn utaaat that th thiw the tneU theuse
iw U use > > e of the old kind of coffee was w th thcame the thcause
came ca of my poor health and before go goins
ins In fns any further I want to sayPostum say y tha tbat
Postum Food Coffee Co < < ee has done more f ft tor torIrt
Irt t me than all the different medicines medicinese medicinestook I Ir
re e took in the years I was w ailing for it t has hsjII IuuIi1l
i1l II made m me a well woman while the medi mediP
cin tines s always failed I have been drink
In tDtr Postum for two years now am amshall and andshall
shall hall never give ive ve it up willingly wtUtn 17
The Ant intimation of breakini
w health that I had wa was when my stomacl stomaclgave stomacgave tomachpve
gave out mv digestion was so Impaired Impairedthat impaithat Impair Impairthat
that I had no appetite for breakfast brt > aktt an and <
but 1HU little for any other meal melt Then I became be became beeame
the victim of
came sleeplessness an anr Wlc Wlcr <
r arose aroe in th the morning tired and languid bmguldaod languidand
and utterly unfit for the duties of th the theday theday
day before me I grew so nervous tha thaM thahe
he M I could not hold my pen my flesh fel telII felaway
a II away way and JtCI I T t became painfully infully thtn thtngave thtnr
1 mu must t aeknowlede acknowledge the help the doc doctor doetor
is tor gave me in In nimins IIndln out what wa wareally Walltit w
tit really the matter with m me for afteivainly aftelvainly
alt vainly prescribinKr 8CrJbtJlg medicines he su KUK KUKzested austMNt
zested that I give up coffee I did so sobut 50but
but with very little hope that it t woul wouldo <
he do any good I h had d to have something somethingin IIOmelhinllIin someUttnin
Iin in th the way of a hot table beverage an anfortunately kDi kDifortunatel ane
fortunately fortunatel hit upon Postum PostumCiuiU POIItumuQult4t
Quits a little little time claimed elall ed before th thcoffee tin th4coffee tincoffee <
t coffee poison was as worked out of o my sya syatm SYIIt
tm but this thl was at last accomplished accomplishedand accomplishedand
heath
he heat and from that moment my m health im improved jmproved
proved in every way Today I am a ahealthy
at healthy a woman as can be found M Mstrength Mstrength
strength has ha returned I sleep 8 > eep beuuti beuutifully beautSa beatutifully
fully my digestion has been complete
ly restored re tored and I enjoy a good heart heartbreakfast heartIs
se breakfast with vUh no distress to to follow f a it itMy ItMy i
My nervousness has disappeared and andhave andro
118 ro have taken on leech so rapidly that m mfriends mIL mfriends
IL friends tell me I am getting fat fatweigh fatIu
weigh more mor than I ever did before beforeName beforeit
Name given given by Postum Co BattlCreek Battl BattlCreek t1l t1lCreek
Creek Mich MichTheres MI h hnd
nd Theres a reason roasonR rOliSonI
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son of the British fleet et Capt Richard Rlch RichardB rd rdB i iB
B Farquhr Farq U of the Essex Capt Rich Richard Richard ¬ I
ard H Peirse of the Bedford Capt CaptCharles CaptCharlea
Charles H Dare of the Berwick Capt CaptHrbert CaptI3erbert I j jHerbert
Herbert G KingHall of the Cumberland Cumber Cumberland Cumber1andandLad7 ¬
land 1andandLad7 and Lady Mable KingHall CaptF Capt CaptF
F E C Ryan naval attache attache of the em emVe I
Ve 1 esy sy S and Mrs Ryan Mr Ir Townsley Townsleycounselor Townsleycounselor
counselor counselor 1Jn elor of embassy and Lady Lad Susan SusanTownsley SusanTjwnsl SusanTownaley
Townsley TownsleySeveral Tjwnsl TownaleySeveral y ySeeral I
Several hundred guests were receivedafter received receivedafter receivedafter
after the dinner a dance following The Theneaetnblage Thessemblape Theassernb
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I The Fastidious FastidiousI as asAmerican go goa a i bt7
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Travelers Insist Insistent InsistentDemand nt ntDemand
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II Speed on ocean liners l rters is no no longer the thething theI thertemi
thing but restaurants restaurants serving serving a la ca cartel ft rtemi meals al s at atall atall
all hours shops offering fresh cut flowers fl eF in mid midocean mid midI midocean
ocean ocean and other similar trifles are arer areregllixed required q ired of the thenew theI thenew
n new w giants ofthesea oftheseaThe of the sea seaThe seaThe
The Ocean Liner of Tifty Years Agoand Ago Agoand Agoand
and the One That Crosses the AtlanticToday Atlantic AtlanticToday Atlantic04ay
Today 04ay 04ayI
Slaughter of Innocents Chills ChillsI ChillsRi
Richmonds Ri hmonds Heart HeartI
Of the nine children in the Perkins family five have died from frompoisoning frompoisoning frompoisoning
poisoning and deadly doses have been administered to half the thesurvivors thesurvivorsi survivors survivorsnotwithstanding survivorsi
notwithstanding the efforts of the police to protect the little ones and andcapture andI andcapture
capture the fiend who is murdering themI them
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Gain Americas Friendship FriendshipBy
By exchanging professors between the universities of ofGermany ofGermany ofGermany
Germany and the United States the Strenuous War Wa Lord Lordhopes Lordhopes Lordhopes
hopes to establish ties that will forever bind the two na nations nati nations ¬
tions ti ns together togetherThe togetherThe togetherThe
The Purple DressByHenry DressByHenryThe Dress By 0 Henry HenryThe
The romance of a department d partment store which sets forth an anact anact anact
act of unreasonable generosity on the part of a sales saleslady sa1eslady saleslady ¬
lady lady and apparently adduces overwhelming overwbelmln proof tosupport to tosupport tosupport
support the timehonored timehonored theory that virtue is its ownreward own ownreward ownreward
reward rewardYoung rewardYoung i iYoung
Young Ogden Mills Difficult DifficultWooing DifficultWooing DifficultWooing
Wooing of o Cynthia Roche RocheThe
The heir to many millions has led a strenuous life dur during during during ¬
ing his pursuit of the fickle beauty but after three years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of patient courtship has finally won her from a host ofsuitors of ofsuitors ofsuitors
suitors according to gossip in Mrs Mills 225 225The 225The 225s
The Ups s an and Downs owns of Life in the theWashington theWashington theWashington
Washington Monument MonumentAmusing MonumentAmusing MonumentAmusing
Amusing incidents of Washingtons rural rur l visitors who whoshoot whoI whoshoot
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