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    Blade Tribune 28 February 1914
    TREES BEAUTIFY PARIS. On* Hundred and Twenty Men Are Required to Care ...
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    Blade Tribune 19 December 1914
    ... PARSON. In Two Years Ho Married Ninety-two Couples at Paris, 111.
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    Blade Tribune 23 September 1911
    An observant English journalist in Paris has—as a hot weather amusement—made a. private census of ...
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    Blade Tribune 22 March 1919
    Harry LeEas In Paris
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    Blade Tribune 2 January 1909
    ... -flannel, lined with mauve colored satin, are announced in Paris. At an exhibition In Lyons, France, thirty-five varieties of ...
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    Blade Tribune 1 October 1921
    NEW FRENCH LINER ARTISTIC The Paris, Recently Launched, Has Eleven Decks and Is Like an ...
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    Blade Tribune 27 August 1921
    NEW FRENCH LINER ARTISTIC ■»The Paris, .Recently Launched, Has Eleven Decks and Is Like an ...
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    Blade Tribune 3 December 1921
    ... ARTISTIC * - I- I* 111 ■ w The Paris, Recently 'Launched, Has ■loven Decks and la Like an ...
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    Blade Tribune 28 October 1911
    In the cathedral church of Notre Dame, Paris, there is a bell which dates from the days ...
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    Blade Tribune 28 October 1911
    The first pavements in Paris were laid about the year 1200; in Loudon, about ...
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    Blade Tribune 24 October 1896
    ... to be so disturbed as to react seriously upon Paris; The article says it is probab'e this consideration prevailed ...
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    Blade Tribune 9 September 1911
    ... of the Daily Excelsior, In the Avenue Champs Elysee, Paris; at 9:02:19-2-5 o’clock Saturday morning, completing his <SWult of ...
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    Blade Tribune 12 March 1910
    POLICE OFFICIAL OP PARIS EXAMINING “APACHE” WEAPONS.
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    Blade Tribune 30 March 1912
    PARIS HAS A SWEET TOOTH. A Poet to Whom Candy ...
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    Blade Tribune 13 January 1912
    ... , Ing 12 passengers. APRIL. 12. Pierre Pricr reached Paris after 290 miles monoplane trip from London without stop; ...
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    Blade Tribune 6 February 1897
    ■oljey Hiding in. Paris Sewers.
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    Blade Tribune 23 February 1895
    The Paris correspondent of the Lancet reports that arrangements have been ...
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    Blade Tribune 31 August 1895
    ... good taste. The English woman whom you encounter in Paris, with her flattened down hair and huge feet, differs ...