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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 October 1895

vxs&f& - ."SSSSCS THE JMOBNING TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895. kansburehlBroi f PRINCESS CASHMERE WRAPPER Only $1.19. ft 0 ft I 6 $1.19. This Princess Cash mere Wrapper is made plain princess style, tight-fitting' lining- to the waist, giving it a perfect fit. Full front from the collar belted in with girdle. I Large balloon sleeves with cuff. Good length and width. All sizes. Only.... $.9 FEATHEH IHDBM1HG. 25c yfl- We are making much 6 6 6 noise with a few thousand yards of black and colored Feather Trimming. Worth from 75c toSl.OO per yard, which we are selling for 25c. Don't you want some ? k i 8 ft ft 420, 422, 424, 420 7th St fOG og --o o- on one side Spread the costliest butter on the opposite side. Taste It. Which is which? Only an ex pert can telL Tea t one you will pie out the Al.DEKNfcY CliEAilEKY UITITEKIM: as bo lus tho butter. But one would uorer select the butter lor the lit terlue. The butter Is not so Rood rever wa and neverwill be. ALDEKNEY CltEWEUV IlLTTUt...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 October 1895

'JffJ 5.-"StSI "SB rssi 6 ACarnival Of Carpets! Wc have the most wondrous assortment of carpets this year we ever placed on the markets All imaginable weaves and patterns in Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, Tapestry Brussels, Axniiister Jfixjnclles, Body Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, etc. Such prices as prevail were never known before. Wa ill Ue eSHSiUIItU; 7th and D Sts. N.W. Queen Ann Lotion is tbe most dainty prepa ration on the market for the skin -forCHAPPBD HANDS SORE UPS rough skin. It's not a com plexion maker, but a sooth ing, healing liquid, that is neither stick' nor unpleas ant to use. PRICE IS 25c. You need it this weather, and all thro' winter. Mertz's Modern Pharmacy, 11th and F Streets N. W. ur ative What 100 Physicians Say About Columbia Lithia Water In their prjct.ee every daj. Circulars sent free tell the story- 460 K. St. Spring and Depot. The paper on which The Wash ington Times is printed is made by The Jay Paper Mf a. Co., C.S. FAULKNER, Solo Agent. Times Building, New...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 October 1895

?i!r-r"' t "" THE MOBNTtfO TIMES. FBIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1895. THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW jGJENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. - SOLICIT XOO.OOO .PEOPLE THROUGH ONE AD. UKLV WANTED MALE. ' KESPECTABLE young man, good writer. Willi -bu, can Ecoirc lunation, $12 weekly, interest on money deposited. ApplyJ. K., till-, office. It WANTED-Ad experienced carpet layer. APPI IU C - a. && iwtrci uu and 11 sis. '. It WANTED-A court buslielmati. Ap w'au. MORGAN'S. BOO K t,nw. ot lo at WANTED-A first-class baker on all kinds n uread. cakes or pies. Address BC 1'.. this office. oclb 3t WANTED-A barber at oniv. 22G ittl St, SC oe.o- WAKTED-A white barber al once. Apply u-ci Pennsylvania avc.se. It WANTED-Colored man t tend steam uui'er ana general work; his wife for general housework. Apply at 100S i::tb st- It WANTED-Twu white drivers fur de liver. ta.ihtfnient73Ullttiiit.nw. It WANTEU-ttol"1 '"k ACO ""dcr- stands varvln& 01413tti at. mf. It WANTED...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 October 1895

f- -1 F'p- a?. THE MOUSING TITLES, JTIUDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895. 8 TMAY Be worth the TEN DOLLARS or more extra cost to have . some tailor's name on the hancer of your coat, but we cannot sea It. Nelthorcan the hundreds or well-dressed men who buy their clothing of us, and whoso parmo-its aro as stylish, as well made, and fit as well as those made by the h!Rhost-pi Ice tailors. See our lino of Top Coats and Fall Suits and you readily see the fallacy of patronizing the tail ors. Prices are for Cutaway and Sack Suits, $ I Q to $35 Prince Albart Frock " 20 " 40 Full Dress. " 20" 50 Overcoats . . . . 10" 45 FLEECE HEALTH UNDERWEAR Is the lightest, warmest, and best Undorwear made. We are soleagentsforthlsvlclnlty. Have a full line of all sizes for men, women, and children. A I qualities, frcm SI. 25 per garment to $9.00 per suit. Robinson, Cherys Go. 12tH and F Sis. psa... 1.111 UIIU I wiui lnat9 j,hocs. sgawggBraiBgBe3aag You I Cannot 1 Beat These prices. $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $3.80 $8.50 $7.5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

jyr-L &oe Suites I0MHS, J FBESI KEWS SUNDAY, M ETERT 12 EOlS EVEM I - S05.AM0STH THE WEATHER TO-DAY. lalr. Warmer. Southerly . -. WASIirN&TOX, D. C, SATUltDAY MORNING, 'OCTOBER 10, 3 895. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. VO!L. 2. jStO. 5S1. SLXTEEI PAGES OF. NEWS DELIVERED FRESBEfEET TWELVE MMS-1 2-3 CEiTS A DAY. "X "HHBr JB II The Sunday Times Prints Articles You Won't See Elsewhere. TO-MORROW'S GREAT PAPER The office of The Times has been busy all the past week on the Sunday paper of to-morrow. Special features have been pre pared, illustrations drawn and reproduced, pages planned, and thet whole machinery of a modern newspaper office bent toward that one object the Best Sunday Paper South of New York. Tun Times docs not run very much into the syndicate and "copyrighted" stories, which you'll sec in other papers all over the county. It aims to give something new, unique and exclusive, and to this end the special writers and artists of the greatest daily in Washington have been emplo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

&&& BSsaRiS'iJWSS THE MORNING- TOIES, SAITOIZDAT, OCTOJUOR 1J). BlW aS0N& F Street Comer Eleventh. fclorajre Warehouse !Sd nt XL 131,000 worth of choicest 01SIKNTAL HUGS aro br on consignment for us to sell at prices lower than aro ever Ukoly to he quoted again. The sale began last Montla y, and will end Octo ber a. sS Oak finish TABLE, strongly braced by lower frame and shelf 22-inch square top 95 CENTS, fair comparison with any $1.50 value. Three other good things are these. STUDENTS CHAM, solid cak frame, corcrcd lit silk; tapestry, tutted seat, back and arms............. CZC EZf $20 Solid Slahogany,ltird s eye, maple or curly birch lolonUl Pressing table, quaint and attractiro for. (1 o CZ Another style in tame wood, aluofl9 ,r $11.10 MI uantto t tto Jewdrr whocome3 into your mind lirst." CEIe neipest anb most seasonable aoobs are novo I?ere, C. H. DAVISON, Jeweler. 1105 F St. N.W. For Tea Drinkers Saturday and Monday Only. Ono pound of our jOc Tea for JUu Onw po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

ggH rJf.lA-V w & - --i.w- THE 3IOKXI3vT& TIMES, SATURDAY, OCOTJBER 10, X85. n i -ff.t, ". -'-'ijsBgpsHBp V :? PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7(h SI YES, we are servants of the people! We depend upon you more than you depend upon us, yet we are working hard to make you depend upon us. Many of you do already. Sincerity and simplicity is the ke-notc to our business suc cess. Sincere to you, in tell ing you the truth regarding' the clothhiffwe sell and right ing every wrong brought to our attention. We give 3-011 the advantage of every judicious purchase. To-day we have thrown out on a tableon our second floor about a dozen styles of Boys' All-Wool Suits that ought readily bring S3, $3.50, and $4. , Your choice to-day, $2.50. CQRBETTWHERMJN "Gentleman Jim" Arraigned Be fore the Arkansas Judge. JOE VENDIG ON THE STAND Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 Seventh Street. J Buy Protection. Insure Your Wheel Against accident or theft. The cost $6 a 3'ear cheap enoug-h. The bene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

3TaW-srstj?,a-X"3'?"',''rvLf?ge j-,vR "VUSSSvaSS"-" T-anss-v -"VT-ST - THE MOKNIiTOIES, SATUBDAY, OCTOBER- li)r 189; TheWashingtonTimBS CSTORsrva, Evmcfa, ass Scsdat.) OWNED AND ISSUED DX The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, BOCimrSST COBNER ITtHHSTLTAIOA AVEhXE AND Tenth Stuiet. Telephone Editorial Kooms, 4S6. Business Office' S37. rrlce Morning or Eronlng Edition. Ono Cent Sunday Edition. , Throe Cents. Monthly by Carrier Horning anil Sunday. Thirty-five Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Morning, ) Ev-enlng and - I"IFTY CENTS. bunday, J WASHINGTON, D, C. OCTOBER 10. IBM. Subscriber) to "Tlio Time" will confer u fuior by iiromiitly reiiortlnjr niiy Ilt-courti-y of collector or hpj; cci of duty on tlio pnrt of ciirrlorr,. Consiliums cltlier by mall or in iicr nuii nil! receive- prompt itttentloii. TUl Morning Killtlou htioiiM bo de livered to till iiiirtn of tlio city by fS:fll o'clock it. in., including Sunday. The Evening Edition bliuuld bo In the linndH of hubcrihertt nut lat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

""- w5i.' asss"'-''' "- & v"v-,3 . fciS5-iSr?s . THE MORNING 'TIMES. SATtJpDAY; OCTOBER 10, 1895. Lansburgh & Bro, $1.00 Kid Gloves, 69c. For To-flay Only. Remember This. Just for a little excite ment's sake, we shall sell to-day 250 dozen no more no less Ladles.' 4-flut. Glaco Kid Glomes, In choi co shades of Tnn, Broun, .Mode and IllacV, and 25 dozen ladles' 8 Ilut. Length Suede Gloves, in Tan and lirown Doth $1.00 Gloves. Tor this day only tjqjs 69c In addition We will so'l our Ln dies' 32c and 23c Cashmere O loves for... I9c 420, 422, 424. 426 7th St. is not offered as ncie-p substi tute or butter It Is absolute.?, actually. pfeltirely. einphatl al ly better thin utter, rhoso i ho use t know that Its flavor Is rs ilillcio sir palatiblo as that or tb finost and most expensive of ancycraleRof butter. Chem ists have determined beyond a qut-stio'i that It i purer aud more lmIf63ino than butter Kconomhal housewives know that it rots less than butter that LOi"a't taste as 500I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

, -flS$$aJ ttV?-&ZtZ$ 5 THE MORSTKG TIMES, SAWED AY, OCTOBER 10, 181)5. ACarniva! Of Carpets! "We have the most wondrous assortment of carpets this 3'ear we ever placed on the market. All imaginable weaves and patterns in Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, Tapestry Brussels, Axminster Moquctlcs, Body Brussels, All K ool Ingrains, 'etc. Such prices as prevail were never known before. Wash, B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. N.W. Queen Ann Lotion is the most dainty prepa ration on the market for the skin -forCHAPPED HANDS SORE LIPS roujjh skin. Il 's not a com plexion maker, but a sooth ing, healing liquid, that is neither stick nor unpleas ant to use. PRICE IS 25c. You need it this weather, and all thro' winter. Mertz's Modern Pharmacy, lltli and F Streets N. W. Native jf ' esuree, Ulcers, Klstulao, all It octal Diseases uithuut pulii Without knife -or operation. Without nay detoaiion from business. Not pftUiatire, but a rapid, radical CLUI Ilr. Jtronnlng. 1325 bprticc .street, Philadel phia. Pj ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

. THE MOKNTJNG TITHES. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 181)5. TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW GENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. -?, I Si H HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED-A jow.j: man ol tccd ap pearance nnd pleasing itlcn-sii, who hasamirki.o-icc4;eoISici,i.grai.hiii.dLaa MtiilltMl law, to no gmernl oiflce wcrk, tspew ritlng, ile-rking. rLiimi g leeords, er rands, etc.. aid wl.o ibu Icok alter small raeca, make ouliniiry motions In t.r.icn tcslcd rates, ilc, ami vho will le willing hi buckle doviii In lianl woik lor tl.c pur pose or learning Hie central piECtllenl the la ihoioiigliiy; lalary small, reis. life to anlcccileiiis, character, and habits rigidly rc-qulre-il. Ai!on-s LAWYERS, this o,riccv. ocl 0-3t WANTED-Experienced young man In rrocerv in ii meal uusiuesn. u,o . St. uc; imincdlnlely. It WANTED-Uur 1 make himself gen erally ii-eiulahoulcabuictaudupuolster shop. Apply 1525 lOltiBt.nw. It "WANTED A young colored man who uiAWitiiiuis ihe work about a Leer bot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

&&&&sr'ri)&im sasw -3P? & i 8 THE MOKSiyG- TIMJES, SATCKDAY, OCTO.BER 11), 1895. J 4 k . 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 ALL CLOTHING Has its value, but some more than others. """"ItrS the same with names. The name of ROBIN SON, CHBRY & Co. lias always been associ ated with the BEST and most RELIABLE. CLOTHING made, and always will be, but that does not mean high prices. As a matter of fact, OUR PRICES are LOWER than the same quality can be pur chased for anywhere. For instance, good, honest, all-wool, two piece Short Pants Suits for children, sizes four to fifteen years, at $2.50 per Suit. A big variety of styles and patterns. Finer Suits at S4, S5, $6, $7, $7.50, $S and as high as you care to go. Overcoats and Reef ers, $4.00 to $20.00. Long Pants Suits, ALL WOOL AND FAST COLOR, blue and black cheviots, and neat Scotch mixtures, sizes 15 to 19 years, $7.50 per Suit. Others at $10, $12, $14, $15 and up to $25. Also the only complete stock in town, of Bo3's' FURNISHINGSof ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

-i-s -nv-js-; r, - ,& -, S-SJ-' S?"5Fv.iS 2.- - - ji 'w- -f '" $S' :L Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES Paps 9 to 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNI2&j OCTOBER 20, 1895. & W ' WE HAVE MET TH ADVANCE IN LEA! With above gun dividing profits with our patrons selling Shoes at less than old prices. Our three stores won't hold the crowds. Our supply of Shoes in some lines has been unequal to the de- mand but we've caught up by working our factories DAY AND NIGH.T! ft EQUAL TO BEST- 2.50 GRADES. Omm! $9 Ohnn novo l onmd For Ladies Fine Vici Kid and Kangaroo Calf, laced or button, Boots in the fol lowing styles: Common Sense Toe. Wide Square Toe Kid Verv comfortable. Narrow Square Toe Patent Leather Tip. Medium Round Toe. Needle Point Toe. Widths "A" to "BE." Single or double soles. Tip For Men Comfortable, shapely Shoes in laced and gai ters made of most du rable upper and sole leathers shapes that cannot be distinguished when on the foot from the highest priced shoes. Styles from mod...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

JK&ltMgg-' ' -T. " -- smmrS&&!&J'-t23F0i "Is" 'j,- 10 THE MOltNlNtf-JTiMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 185. - SPLENDID MIISSiON WQBK Catholic Labors Among Aborigi nes of Canada and the West. INDIAN BUEEAU EFFORTS indefatigable rerMMeney of Father StL-pluin In Ills Organization and Operation of tbe Catholic Indian Uti- rrnu Self-Sacrlflco of MUs Cutli- . erlno Drcxel. The claims which the Catholic Church advances Tor being the evangelizer of the world net er received more flattering rati fication than when the greatest of Eig ghsh historians Jlacauley, wrote: "There never was and thtre never will be a work of human policy so well de. serving of examination as the Roman Catholic Church. No other institution Is left standing which carries the mind back back to the times when lions leaped in the 1'luvian amphitheater nnd the smoke of sacrifice rose from the Pantheon. The proudcstroyalfamlllesof Europe are of yes terday, compared to the line of Itoman pon tiffs, and the Catholic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

--- i f'Aasr jz-&&g& y-r-.-; ? -'sr-K? 'tyz &: - -- h ; k -"USt-- i THE MOBNING TATES, SffjffDAY, OCTOBER .20, 1895. 11 h S. Kaon, Sons ft Co., 8th and Market Space. MtlBaOIM MWDMaBI III III 1WJ A Big Drop in the temperature for to morrow Weather Bureau predicts the fall at about 20 degrees. Cold weather is now an assured fact. There's another drop, too, for Mon day price drop in our Men's Goods Department. These two circumstances dovetail each other you'll need warmer Under clothing . thicker and warmer goods from what you're wearing. We've every good make on the market. You'll appre ciate that better when you feel 'em on your back. One case of Merino Shirts, French neck, "great" qual ity. Worth 50c. For this week only 25c. Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, half wool, soft and comfortable finished as un derwear should be made. Worth 79c. For this week only 49c. One case of Scarlet Lamb' s Wool Underwear, well flit ting and finished in a No. 1 style. $1 value, 75c. Ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

Spss' f-V;. tr &ZT-1Fr?'' " ? ., 7- J J- -- J;e-Jsr' isv THE 3rOgyDfQyDOrS02rDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893.' ia HALL CORNER 5th)"&ND L STS. N. W. one week only Commencing To-morrow Evening, Oct. 21, at 8. NATE SALSBURY'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AT 2 ,m Mariisnn Sauare jbfe Garden, New York City. Direct from Madison Square 300 BLACK MEN AND WOMEN. BLACK! MEN AND WOMEN. dfimk "CONVENTION M3linEi3li 300 f illllllk ACADEMY Prices: 25, 50, 75 and $L TRIUMPHANT RETURN WILLIAM UAWOKTHS GREATEST" EPFOUT, Ufll DAVIS AND KEOGH'S PRODUCTION Absolutely Pre-eminent Best D I t i ih its rldy IN ITS of the Season Sou: kern I.ltoiu the Last Days or StartUag 0 NEXT WEEK-MIss NELLIE UtSbtComedy, THE BICYCLE M ETZEROTTHALL Saturday, Oct. 20 The Only and Incomparable BILL NYE Tiie World- ltenownea HumorUt. AM Th 1 Uurlvalort 1 Cartoonist. J BERT TOOLE An evoninc of Refined. Original and Brilliant Wit. Most Laughable Mustratlonsthat you wlllxecaJI with happiest recollection ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

XlT 3z7"r -1 ; fA Fesa3 ?? '? "" THE AIQENING TIMES. STDK.Dx OCTOBER 20, 1895. 13 yCTZF NEff YORK STAGE GOSSIP New Plays and Old Players the Critics Talk About "HANSEL AXDGRETBL" NOT A GO "His Excellency," at the Broad way Is Proving- Popular. Notes of the Actors. Kcw York, Oct. 19. The music of "Han el and Grcltl." now belne'suns at Dalj's, is tuneful ana melodious, the fairy story Is charming, the scenery is shoddy, and tlio company Is words fall me with which to condemn it. On the opening night Sir Augustus Harris the English manager, graciously came before the curtain and told New Vorkers that his company was the finext that could be procured, that the "artistic centers of Berlin -and Vienna" had gone wild over the little opera, and he felt pure that after seeing It several times we uncivilized Americans would lifetime sufficiently educated to appreciate it ail of which inspired the critics to write long articles the nest Cay, not altogether com plimentary to "Slrgu-sirrls." It ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

"(.; ? - 14 THE MORNING Tlfc:C3. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1896. ' during lk$ BIu$$ Hhi Vhsrtiv tgd HOW SARAH BERNHARDT HAS PRESERVED HER TOUTH. Simple Prescriptions Which Are an Eldorado to Those "Who Follow Them. "" The best preserved 'woman on the stage to-day is Mmc. Sarali Bernhardt, whose son is tnrn-d into Ills thirtieth year, who at sixteen was playing roles requiring the mobt evhaiihlHc emotional efforts, and yet loots full fifteen. ears younger than her ngo, when It is mosl conservatively reckoned. Women who always notice anil enjoy the finest points of beauty In one ot ttnir m.x, agree that her back anil bhouldcrs are fora grandniothirliule short of marvelous. Imposed in a decollete bodice they are dimpled, satin smootli. and rosy while as a girl's, and their owner appreciates their merits. She seldom uses any neck Jewels, or wears a high cown when she can appear in a low one, and anj body who makes a searching Investigation through his glasses can see they arc never veiled by ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

i-''rvTy? jtWftiJ'IILf "I '" A l If J --3&:r &? ' " TIMESgtnJTDAY, THE MOHNTBTG OCTOBER 20r 1895. IN JIMel Raff VELVET AXDT1PS HAVE DRIVEN AWAY FLOWERS. Small Toques and Flaring Marie Antoinette Shapes Are the Most Correct. New York, Oct. 19. Hats hare crown prodigiously iu size since last winter, and a surprising point In the now millinery considering how widely they have been ad vocatedIs that almost u bonnetsare seen. There are a few dainty little affairs for theater w ear, scarcely more than a twist of velvet, a Jewelry buckle, and an aigrette, but for the rest winter head-rear is dis tinguished by a general bigness and toii-heavlness that bodes ill for the hap piness of man. Willi the larger hats,-too. trimming effects are eccentric tou marked degree? ana though, of course, there are exceptions to the common rule of ugliness, it really looks this reason as if Mrs. Fashion lias had only In mind the making of guys Smart Winter Hats. J For Traveling, of us. At least the ma...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 October 1895

I5SP!55rsSIW!pswH5SSC37,3r"r ; v ? - 7i- .-S -EW - ,r -.- ' - THE vMOBNIftG TIMES, frtfJ-TDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. 10 "vzzgWrrF f 'jP&v-'gFqr m,VFgZFsgyp HIS MOTHER'S GIFT. His Sentiment Did Not Jtenck Ona t Hundred Per Cent. Profit. r (DetroltFreePrcss.) He came up to me at Broadway and Thirty-fourth streets one evening, nnd asked mo If I knew of a pawnshop in ttie neighbor hood. I told tilm I thought there was one only two blocks away, and he wiped a tear from his eye and pointed to a parcel un der his arm and said: "It Is my mother's gift a bible the last thing left to me to raise money on. Yes, mother placed this book In my hands as I started out In life, fifteen years ago, and hoped I always would be guided by Us noble precepts." "And now you must pawn It?" I asked. "I must. It's the only thing I have left and I must eat and sleep. I cannot tell you how It wrings my heart to have this sift go Into the hands of a pawnbroker. It I could only meet a gentlcm.in " "A gentleman who...

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