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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

THE WAklJS'G-TOTIMBS, FBIDAT, OCTOBER 19, 1894. Every Day Ono Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FREE. $2.65 Buys Ladies' and Mens' Shoes of the same quality as those you have to pay 53-50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. f Do Your f Marketing By ? Telephone. a IX you like, call up 347 and give V M your orders. They'll be delivered (f f promptly. Tou tww our prices are lowest and that goods aro guaranteed. V Emrich Beef Go., ! a Main Market and Grocery, i I 1306-1312 32d St. I Y (Telephone 347). V ? BRANCH MARKETS: 1718 14th ht . W. 21st and K Ste. N. W. V fSO.il litn St J. W. 2d & lnd, ave. X. W. Q 4thandISts.Ji.JiV 6th and I Ma. N. W. Y f8th and M StsTK W 3057 M St. K. W. f SUth bt A Pa. ave X. W. X 18th St. & X Y ave. X. W. INFORMAL OPENING, I V Y Fall and Winter, v94-'95. $ ill To inspect our New Fad Imiortationa o! High Grade Imported Kid Gloves, ty W Oerapristng the choicest prodac- y A ttOBfi of the Glove Market, over ft Y before offered iu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

-Hs3J53es-s"- THE WASHES' GTOlT TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. wagrtSBsyrsjc-w - or s Another specially good thing in Men's Sack Suits. An all-wool, fast color, black, heavy twill diag onal at Cut in correct shape, well tailored and faultless fit-' ting. If 3'ou find them at all aitywliere else you'll see them marked about $25, but we are satisfied with a fair profit We don't want the earth. Robinson, GhBFU Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. fiM?iWBiwyw!?) viriTT vyywt rT i-vrirrvr TTrT"r Era "-" -1""" "ir??"' s itcmjuuj: u, xs-ju Wo made some lines of overcoats of higher grade than we over before had the courage to put In stock. We would like tu criticism of men who tnow good clothes. We Are Now Pushing A Six Doliarand Fifty Gent Sale To-day and to-morrow will he a gen uine bargain time here. You will find us treating all previous records. Low prices will be the chief factor, backed by & stooc that is matchless in quan tity. In quality. In variety and new...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

rei T I m jL i i i j y "VOIi.1. OTO. 216. WASHTNGTO D. C, SATURDAY MOKING-, OCTOBER 20, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. OInTE GEiNT. THE PLOT WAS LAID HERE Searccy and Merqaafield Boarded at a Hoase on the Avenue. WERE KNOWN UNDER ALIASES One of These Names on the Pawn Ticket round in the Cumberland Suspect's t'atcfeel Viviaa, Alias Morganfield, Was Refused Laudanum at Og-ram's Drug Store A lour of the eaeap lodging-houses was jade last night by a reporter lor The Tikes, nd all tbe registers were oarclully examined .The resttltwas the discovering of the stopping-place of the leader of tbo gang now un der arrest at Cumberland, Md., giving the nams of C. J. Searcey and Charles A. Mor gan held, tbe confederate of tbe former, now ljing with a broken leg in a Cincinnati hos pital, while the bandits were in this city plan ning the Aquia Creek hold-up. ( m the register at the house of William Miller, on tbe sooth side of Pennsylvania av enue, near Twelfth straet, where an illumin ated sign hangs out offe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJBDAr, VGTOJSJSK, 'JO, isy. DALEY-RAISED HIS. CLUB SAXTON'S IMPORTED LABOR. Lawyer O'Neill's Insult Was More Than the Sergeant Could Stand. He Says He Hires Men Without In quiring into Their Residence. Popnlar Shopping Place. 416 7th St FOREMEN SAY THE SAME THING JOHN SHEA AGAIN CONVICTED We havo n Men's Tarnishing Department woll atocked -with tho latest and most desirable articles in Men's wear. We guaranteo to save you money if you purchase your fur nishings of us. Our SHIRTS nro -well known. We sell the best TJNLAUNDERED goods in the town for tho money. If the fit or any detail should not be satisfactory wo gladly refund what you pay uu. The best 25c and 50c. Neckwear to be found is right hero. All styles, made up or to tie yourself. UNDERWEAR All weights and shapes. No need any more to have bungling, unshapely under garments. 48c to $2.09, and a few other -'Specials" to help along your Sunday outfit Pure white silk handkerchiefs, hemstitched, 25c CSc u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. S91. KENTOCKY LADY A SURPRISE At Loan. Odds the Bourbon-namcd Marc Won at tlic Island. LARGE CROWD IN. ATTENDANCE Fully 2,000 People Fatronizou the Alexander Island Course and Gavo the Hook-makers Vionty to So, the Betting Being the Heaviest of the Meeting St. Asaph Bacos. Tally 2,dW people visited the Alexander IslandVaoee yesterday and gave the book makers plenty of business, the speculation being heavier than on any previous day of the meeting. Frank Weir, of the Oak Park stable, bet 1,000 at any average price of oven nioney and landed the coin. He was not so fortunate with a sweller on Harlem, who came fast Jn the stretch, but could do no better than third. Kentucky Lady, winner of the fourth oveot was at all .sorts of prices, as good as 980 to 1 being at one time on offer, she closing at 90. Two favorites, two second choices and an outsider won. Summaries: How the Horses Ilaii. Track laec no t First raoe Six furlongs. Selling. Purse, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

4 TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, ATTJRDAT, OCTOBER 20, 1894. The Washingloii Times fEVEETDAT IN THE TEIHJ OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOtTBWSS? CORNER PBNNCTXVASU. AVENUE AND TjEKTII STOKEE. Telephone Editorial Booms, 48S. Business Office, S37. rrice, Dally Sdltlen OneCent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. By the month .Thlrty-flTCents. siSSINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 20, 189L The dEily average number of papers sold una printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was 14L817. "Ads" that Sell Goods. Manager's Office of Office of ") ra &Bno, -!., Oct 8, 1661.J LASBiman "Washington, D. C, Washington Times: It gives us great pleasure to at test to splendid results from our Saturday's "ad" in your paper. In reference "To the Children's Wooden Ohairs and. Hockers at SB ds" tee rcerc kept busy all the day and dear up to closing time witii people anxious to secure these chairs as advertised exdushsely in' The Times. We always like to acknowledge a "good th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

THE WASHIISr&TON TIMES, SATTJBDAY, OCTOBEE 20, 1894. Ci s - . 1 f . f Every Day One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FREE. $2.65 Buys Ladles' and Mens' Shoes oF the same quality as those you have to pay S3.50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. ---!3-QO":G"C0--G-3- O OPENING, I Fail and Winter, '94-'95. To inspect our New Fail Importations of I High Grade I Imported Kid Gloves, I A Comprislnc the choicest prodnc- ft V xkhis of tlie Glove Market, ever V A before offered itt this city. A THE LATEST f PARISIAN NOVELTY, $ Silk-Lined Kid , Gloves. f THE FASHION f f OF LONDON. f Heavily Embroidered J f Kid Gloves. 1 Tor INDIES and 5IKN, in all of the latest colorings, as veil as all kinds of ' KID GLOVES Tor LAIHES, MEN, and CHILDREN, in tbe lateet styles and colorings, TROM OUR OWN FACTORY IN GERMANY. Ae a special souvenir, ie will put on sale one of OIK STANDARD QLAL111BS $ A $1.50 Giove- 6 largo Fearl Buttons, for the Open ing Days, ? 0 FOR $1.00 ONLY. $ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 October 1894

?wyjw r V-VS JiFjrfr -ST"!- iyt'Nnlw - $ THE WASELLNttTOIN TEVJCES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, lSy. 5T5 ptim&flFWsr Upset the calculations of inauty of tiie tailors with our present stock of perfect gar ments. We hear dozens of times a d&y men say that they have no use for tailors when they can get fitted better -"with the same fab rics && save from five to fifteen dollars on a Suit 0r rough Cheviot Sack and Cutaway Suits at psr. are as near perfection as garments can he. Cut right, made right, and will fit right. Blue, Blaqk and . big variety of neat Checks, Plaids and Scotch Mixtures. See them and you'll buy one. Robinson, BIibpuGd., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. rie 66 rowmes Fishing Excursion" ON EXHIBIT. la one of our show -windows we have aa electrical aoe&e, showing the "Brownie Fishing Excursion." Four "Brownies" are Bluing on the ' batiks of a mill mud, oatchiac flsfa, ad tfcetr gleeful antfcs are exceed- toeix unusine. Wont fail to bring...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

THE H47" A 4j lOT T UTT m ? i mm TW W W A- ke 1$ il P wh H iff is 11 fir i TIMES WASHINGTON, I. C, SUNDAY MORNING-. OCTOBER 21, 1894 TWELVE PAGES. YOL.l. 2TO. 317. THREE CENTS. O. X. SEABOEIl. ROBBER SEARCEY IN TOWN Ives I5roakt from Cumbcrlanl on a Late Train Last Night HANDCUFFED TO A SHERIFF Ho Vas Driven, to the Express Office "Where ..3 was VBMOOJKfL y .manager .uerring Oa the Rrst Train Tkis Sterning Ee Was Taken to Virginia f er TriaL TIrewM train robber In Washington last r.gVt. It --! as no taw renowaed a person than G. J. a trec,the leader of the Aquia Creek gar g. Ha bad arrived here at 10:30 p. m. on e trin o er tbe Baltimore and Ohio road. Ho was handcuffed to tbe sheriff of Siaf Z r J County, Va.t and bad as an esoort Gor. X-3wn and Ajttocney General Poe, of Mary .I, ta;.t. Hindt. of the pJRerton detec L -"!, Messenger F. fi. Cratchfleld, Lawyer ;Lciu, of Baltimore, and Mr. David Her r. g. All bad come up from Cumberland, Ti Iip-e bearoey was captured. tv-en tbe train ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

THE WASHTSTGrTON TIMES, SUN DAT, OCTOBER 21 , 1894. IdFCI Popular Shopping Place. 416 7th St To Brighten The Home. A curtain, a rug, a bit of silk, a tnbleVcover, abado3, &c You'll find them all hero In a puzzling variety and at prices to please. S4.Q0 Chenille PORTiERES, S2.48 PR. These wo offor for to-morrow only. It's a very special thing. The curtains have pretty borders and frieze, come in a variety of colors, are fringed on the top and bottom, and are full 46 inches wide. Now, $2.48 will sell- these quickly. There is not much in it for 11s at that price, but then while you are here we want you to glanee at tho other portieres (up to 68.53 pair), also the special things in lace ourtainswe are show ing (45c. to 814-83). All excellent for the money. In the samo department we have 500 samples of cur tain nets, long enough for sash curtains, tidies, splash ers, lambrequins, fco. Choice of these, 15c. Each. THEY ARE CHEAP. "He who knows it not argues himself unlmown." Superb Ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1894. QVERTY'S LIVING PICTURES rrestetl for Stealing Bread that Her Little Oaes flight Live. IN KANT AT 103 YEARS OF AGE "Folica Licat. Gcssfari Gives His View3 on the Outlook, and Coincides with the Work of "The Tfcas" Hard Times Being Experi enced 1Sa Re Camp." A Caso in Point There wns a "living picture" on exhibition in the police court yesterday which spoke .utely but eloquently in behalf ol the suffer ng poor of the picturesque Capital City. It v.as one of the most oitiful of pictures in ths tanoramn of poverty a mother charged .th s eating broad for her starving children. 'Julia Bell," sang out Clerk Harper. "H n ir," came a feeble response from ilie motiey and sin hardened throng of oul- r.ts m the dock, as a light colored woman 'teppel siowly to rue front. She bore every ir.iee of suffering and almost starvation. Her ' "mj les were sunken and her cheeks hollow. .Jer large brown eyes looked appealing) to ltm judge as the clerk read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

OT3 WASmsrGKTOI TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1894. ThB Washington TimBs fETXXT DAT 1M THE TZ1Z OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company tikes building. coctettcsr coekte pbkjibtltakijl atxnds ixb Tbxth Stkeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 485. BaslnesB Office, 237. rrice, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. J3y the month Thirty-Are Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 20, 1894. 14,817, The daily average jmmfcsr of papers sold and printed fcy THE WASHINGTON TIMES Cor the month of September tras H L 1 f fT JL-DCJL-a e "Abs" that Sell Goods. MavAOKRVI OFFICE OF OF ") IBO., -I.18M.J LavSJSCKGH XBBO WABHINOTOK, D. C, Oct 8 Washington Times; ItgUoesus great pleasure to at test to splendid results from our Saturday's "ad" t your paper. In reference "To the Children's Wooden Chairs and Jiodkers at 26 ois," toe were hopt Tmsy att. the day and dear up to dosing time vitii people anxious to secure these chairs as advertised exclusively in The Times. We always like to acknowledge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1S9. 5 Ivory Day One Customer Gets a Tax of Shoei PBEE. $2.65 Buys Ladigs and Mens' Shoes of ibhe'same quality as those, 'you have to pay !350 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. IV. RICH. 919 F Street. A Trial? Oar ktad of credit is radically different m aayttitag yea have otot known it iflB t & Mbease tfet roQeires you to pay a ;,- -nilum for tbe privilege of enjoying de f ed payments It's J8t oar notion of being aooomiiiudatlng. re Furnishes Your House I rm; the rarJor Suite, clear out to tho k 'chen stow end all for a promise to j-t Nobody signs any notes nobody :t 6 any tatereM they Jrat tell us tiiat 1 "V will do the beat they can by paying a '.in money onoe a week or once a month . J they DO IT Coat's how easy it is. All "1 ew made and laid FREE OF COST chaxK tor WASTE ia matching figures. Plush r Haircloth Parlor SuHo ohol e S60. - lid Oak Bed Room Suite, 613. hi lendid Bmeeete Carpet, Sa per yaid i enable Ingrain Carpet,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

6 Bap, SPECIAL FOR Days Only, BNISHEO ANO POLISHED eed Rocker, 8. H. MOORE A GO,, 310. 312, 314 Pa. Ave.SE., FURNITURE AHD CARPETS. Drop us a postal and we will send one to you on approval. nvest $1 In a pair ol onr EYEGLASSES or Spectacles. They're fitted "with our FINEST LENSES in Hard Bubber nnd Polished Steel Frames. For reading and liter ary work they answer every re quirement that $100 glasses would. 3" Wo make o scientific ex amination and adjust the exact Classes without extra charge. McAllister & Co., OPTICIANS. 1811 F Street N. W. (Next to Sun Bldg.) VJTEO. (. JDEBGLING. ImPOETING TaIIOR. 1818 r St X. W. RUPTURE Permanently cured; no operation; no detention from business. "Wo guarantee to absolutely cure all cases we undortako, of either eox, no matter of bow long standing, -without the use of knifo. Examinations free, by THE HERNIA iNSTU'L'TJt, Suits 24 and 26 Slezterott Building, ecS-lmo Kb. 1110 F street nw. Without a DoUtrt The prettiest subdivision around Washingt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

THJJ WASH1MU-TO.N TliUiiS, SUNDAY, OCTOBjLR 21. 1SSJ4. WALL STBEET WATCHES ASIA Long Holders Realize in Fear of the Czar's Death. SLIGHT SLUMP IN VALUES During the Week One i3ide of the Market Gained or Xost About as Much as the Other Chances Fractional for the Actual ShareB Declines and Advances. New Yosk, Oct. 20. The stock market -was heavy at the opening for the leading indus trial sbare and about steady for tlie railway .ist, but under the influence of a small cover ing movemeat prices quickly improved n frac tion. The advance, though slight, was fairly well maintained until about 11:80 o'clock, the grangers and Western Union showing most ilrmnebS. During the last half hour of busi ness speculation was heavy in tone on sales to realise profits, and also to close out long contracts, in the fear that in the event of the death ol the Cxw between now and Monday n break would occur at the opening of the week The depredation in values was, how- ver, but slight as a rule, and not many...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

8 THE WASHESTGTOitf TIMES, SinsmAT, OCTOBER 21, 1894. Against ready-to-wear garments has cost some men many unnecessar dollars. Don't let it cost you any, but come in HERE and see what choice, well-made, fash ionable garments we can sell you, and how easily you can be fitted, and its dollars to cents that you'll say good by to the custom shops. There is specially good value in our rough blue and black cheviot suits at Fifteen Dollars. More than any one else in town gives 3ou at that' price, In fact, we have seen some $20 ones bought elsewhere that were not as good. Examine them and. see for your self. That's a great deal better than reading about them. RobinsoaChery & Co Clothes, Hats, 12th and Come To-Morrow To Our Spread hjfiL.La 100 Full Size Spreads, Worth 80c. For 69c. 100 1 1-4. Spreads, Worth SI.25. For 97c. 100 1 -A Crsm'f Mlrnlllnr 5 Patterns, Worth Sl.40. For SI. 15 100 1 1-4 Spreads.Marsellles ' Center, Worth S1.50. For $1.25 50 Fine Quality Marseilles Spreads, Worth ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

9 gamed and given bring retailing to the threshold of wholesaling -Our Argus eyes seek out the golden opportunities- Our nimble dollars seize the advantage and quickly turn it to the -profit of out petrous the people Bargains are the scions of our enterprise such honest worthftil bargains as satisfy the popular appetite and deeper root your confidence in us These are bargains that will lash ripples into waves of enthusiasm These are bargains that will cut the purse-strings and crowd the store These are bargains because they are under-priced values because they are timely answers to the demand ing calls of 3-our necessities. TEE WASBTtfGTOiN- TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3U 1S94. sassiCTa i'FimPJwTwiwfMiiiaa Derbys OR Fedoras, THEY ARE FAITHFUL TO EACH OTHER Happf Kcmhiob of Husband and Wife After Twenty Years. ROMANCE OF TWO CONTINENTS He Was hipwreoked and TTpen Inquiry Was Told tkt His Wife Was Dead he Did Hot Eaow He Was Among the Living Chance BrengatThm Together. Net Yobc, Oct. 28. E...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

10 THE TFASnTNGrTON TJUM.JDS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1894. AMONG SEGRET SOCIETIES Matters or Interest to Brethren Who Meet oa the Qaiet. '-OVEIffiiGK GKAND LODGE GAIKS The Weaflerfal Grwtk of 0d4 Fellowship in Certain Parts of the United States Grand VicttattoBs is Many Grders Other Items of Fraternal Interest "Oh JJbms! great be thy prosperity and mav tby tadow ne'er diminish," The gates of mystery were thrown asunder, the dim spectre of Egypt's awful secrets awoke like troubled spirits from their sleep of genera tions to expound the lore of ancient ritualism, the cymbals clashed, the veil was drawn aside, and die nobles of Almas Temple knelt in rev erence within the sacred precincts of the shrine. The meeting: of Monday last is now but a memory, but stf U green and fragrant with the fraternity of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, rweet incense perfamed the air, and mueie, soft as the wands of Eastern inagii e'ar pro duced, enthralled the sense. Forms, divine as the beautiful sorceress...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

1 the WASimsrGTcra times, Sunday, octobeb 21, is II .IShiwsbUru Wooing, Br Maeios Hni. "Do you think I could do that?" asked a woman. Her voice scorned to como out or the clear ' y. Theodore looked around and up. She .as on lle bridge above him, and was -xnng down into his boat and upon his occu : ation -with absorbing interest, for ho was candling a crab nt most dexterously. He iviic w her by sight as a sort of gonteel poor -elation of a Mrs. Biker, who lived in the e. isliborbood. She also know him by sight a, a working partner of old Sam Hurlbut, ffh ) a ted as middleman between theShrevvs l urv Biver erab beds and a fish stall in a third-rate Xew York market. "Do you want to come down and try?" asked he. "Yerj mush indeed." "I don't really see how I can run the boat up ciose enough to the bank; the tide is so low." continued Theodore. "Just run hr ashore as high as you can," sr-esaid. a trifle imperiously," ana Til get ab ard somehow." Mic disappeared from his iew and began to w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 October 1894

r-l 12 TBWASHTSTG-TOiN' TIMES, SUDAX, OCTOBER 21, 1894. ra. s. s. sv.vtmjcs, z d. oHDRGIES OF WASHINGTON The Wrst CoagrcgKtiQ&al and Its In tercstifis History. IT WAS AX ANTI-SLAVERY BODY It Eeqwrftd 5&r Starts ana Sard "Wark to Xsk It a Soceew rr Some Time the Homc f eprMatativs Yu Its Bogalar XeetiBg Phx Org aaiottiOE's Deisgs. "This char Is managed just as a large mercantile establtehme&t would bo," said Itev. Ir. Newman, in speaking of hte charge, the I'irst CongregtitioBal Charcti, corner of G aad Tenth street northwest. "The trustees are H' 'st carefal In their management of affairs. Tu-y hold monthiy meerioRS, everything goes through their hands nod is examined just the f ..u;Rbana:eountoiany kind would be iabusi r ss life. Then our doors are wide open always. " e weretbe first church to be thrown open to the Ha'.vatiou Army, aad most large religions Catherine are held inside oar wails. We wel i. une all, aad the more they come the more welcome taey are." Dr. Kewm...

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