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Form No. 11.
WESTERN UNION
Cable Message
WESTERN UNION
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
-INCORPORATED-
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.
THE LARGEST TELEGRAPH AND CABLE SYSTEM IN EXISTENCE. CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
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24,000 OFFICES AND 25,000 ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS IN NORTH AMERICA.
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DIRECT AMERICAN CABLES NEW YORK TO GREAT BRITAIN.
CONNECTS also with ANGLO-AMERICAN and DIRECT U.S. ATLANTIC CABLES.
DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH GERMANY AND FRANCE, CUBA, WEST INDIES, MEXICO and CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
WITH PACIFIC CABLES TO ALASKA, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA, GUAM, THE PHILIPPINES, JAPAN, ETC.
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Branch Offices in Principal Cities of Great Britain and the European Continent, All Foreign Telegraph Stations accept Messages to be sent "Via Western Union."
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November 22nd, 1910 [[preprinted]] 190 
Send the following message, subject to terms and conditions printed on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to. To [[/preprinted]]

Freer, Message sent at 1:15 p.m.
Care, Lascar, Peking
Fischer Washington asks loan for Corcoran Exhibition opening November twenty sixth two each Thayer Dewing Tryon leaving choice to you.
Hecker
Charles L. Freer
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