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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

1 "" KTfT V" &jf - sTBr' TS.-E "WASHING-TON TIMES, STJKBAT, OCTOBBK 88, 1894. GENTLEMEN, Read What We Will Do 'till Nov. 1st, Viz.: Win sell one lot of Men's 82.60 Baxor Toe Calf Balmorals (sizes o to 10) at $1.95 per pair. One lot of Men's M.00 sample Ehoei e.tS2.6S per pair. One lot of Hen's 35.00 simple Shoes st 53.50 per pair. Every Day One Customer Get & Pair of Shoes FBEE. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. ?5S I Millard Price & Co., $S PMLA.AVE. 'PHONE, 293. Grocers Boarding-houses, ani Hotels, keepers Restaurants, or Cafes take notice. Butter - from the famous croam- erics ot Illinois and Iowa is our "specialty." Silver Churn Butterine Is as good as the finest creamery butter you ever ate, yet It costs consider ably less. There is but terine and there is but terine. Some of it de serves all the condemna tion it gets. Nothing is Tnrerthan"SUfor Churn" liutterine it contains ab solutely no cotton-seed oil and is partially composed of the finest crea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WASBJ.JNUTUJN TAMJfiS SUNDAY, OCT033EB 28, 1894. a UNDER THE SEARCH-LIGHT Some Wonderful Facts Disclosed by Sworn Statements. Kw evidence of llio wonderful onres per formed by Dr. Walker, Ike specialist, are coming to Mgnt every day. T testimonials given below speak for themselves, and need no comment Mr. T. D. Collins, a gentleman of nnlmpsacbablo integrity, who resides at C16 H street southwest, says: "I was born and raised in Washington. For the past six years I nave been In the employ of tbe Union Transfer Company Daring five years of that time I have been a sufferer from aggravated nasal catarrh and catarrh of the stomach. Nothing I ate agreed with me; my stomach gave me constant trouble; I was continually hawking and spilling; my breath was offensive, and I had a never-ceasing pain across my forehead and in my eyes. I tried repeatedly all kinds of medical treatment and remedies, bnt nothing gave me relief. I was at last advised by friends who had been cared by Dr. "Walker ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJN DAT, OCTOBER 28. 1894. EEV. HUSK rowixB. ORCHES OF WASHINGTON The tfcw Churcti, Ivhat It Teaclics and Where It Worships at Present. U?E "WORSHIPERS OP JESUS" rhe Pastor of This Denomination Tells What He Is Doing The People's Church and the Projrress It Has Made Under the PaBtorate of Dr. Kent An Interesting Review. Wbat is the New Church and what it's utbuntyM will he the subject of tlio Rev. I rant Sen-all's sermon at the New Church f zai p1, upper hall of the National University Law bfhool, Thirteenth street, below I, on unday morning, at 11 n-m. All seats are e and strangers are welcome. Sunday- hool at 12:15. A cordial invitation is ex- adod to all rosidents In the neighborhood to me and worship with the newly located so- i-ty. Ihe history of the New Church in "Washing- u mav be said to date as far back as the ars lb02 and lbOi, when the Rev. John Har-'i-ovc, pastor of the New Jerusalem church in .Jaltimcre, preached twice before the Presi-u-nt and Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBEB 28. 1984. You to see OUR BETTER GRADES of Suits and Overcoats. Custom garments are not in it in point of style fit, finish, and general excel lence. And then our prices are only about one half as much. For instance, we have a line of blue, black, brown, and gray camel's hair Cheviot Suits at That cannot be duplicated in town under $45.00, and have the style and shape, Clothes, Hats, Twelfth and 'hich we have achieved a our new store, cor ler 7th and H sts. nw. (Soi-803 7th st), has been attained by fair and honorable dealing with our customers. We give to every customer a dur able stylish article for the least money. The Yery Finest and Highest Class of Ready-to-wear OVERGQATS MID SUITS To be found in the city are shown here. Gar ments so stylish so good so perfect that it seems folly pure and simple to pay merchant tailors three or four times the prices we ask. The best people of Wash ington now come to us for the finest clothing possible to ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

THE "WASHESTGTOIN- TIMES, STJKDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1894. AMUSEMENTS. ALBATJGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. EDWARD H. ALLEN Evenings at S, "Wednesday and Saturday Matinees at 2. Prices SL50, 1.00, 75, 60 and 25 cents. ONE "WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, FASCINATING MARIE JjHk3J311 IN GLEN MACDONOrGH'S NEW PLAY. Brightest American comedy wnlt en in twenty years Under tho management of C. B. Jeffer Bon, Klaw A Erlaneer On Saturday evening (by special request) Miss Jansen and her company will produoe "DELMONICO'S AT C, the sparkling comedy in which slio made a brilliant success last season. Next -week First American production of Sardou's mnsterpiece "MADAME SANS GENE." THAT ON TO-MORROW NIGHT AND nrI rClIV ALL THE WEEK ATTHE WHUIllYl 1 THE INIMITABLE COMEDIAN, J. K. EMMET WILL PRESENT HIS DELIGHTFUL COMEDT, Fritz In a Mad House And WW Stag His Latest and Most Beautiful "irLLABTV "LAUGHING JACK," SCHNEIDER," and Famous 'Bl BBLE SONG." CZ-ACADEMY PRICES. 25c, 50c-. 75c., andS1.00.a3 Next Week TI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

10 THJE WASlIJUNbr'XUJN TJJULES, SUNDAI, OCTOBER 28, 1894. rjaa GAHES FOR ALL HALLOWEEN Pretty Conceits to Be Carried Out By Young People. ELEMEKTOF LOVE MUST ENTER Effects That Can Be Produced By Calcium Light, Color Slides and a Littlo Histrionic Talent Tableaux of Fortune, Cupid's Dream, and the Year's Forecast. A very new Halloween play, and ono which trill ho carried oat most boautilully even to its most minute detail in a very fashionable 6et of New Tork yoang people, is a "game" called the tableaux of fortune. And let It bo statod right here that all the entertainments on Halloween night are called "games,1 ol Jiough they may not partake of the nature of play, nor yet be intended for the Juvenile members of the family,. After the audience Is Eeated little tickets are distributed until each has a slip of paste board. Upon the slip there is the date, the initials of the hostess, a blank space, some lit tle ornamentation like a bit of hand decora tion and a number. In front of t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

vwv fpfuwiupjp 'ipiiiHfpn'' jlfj-npsfiE; - wrjr-TT-iw- r ---v swm-j-r--sf- fTp--p-5 - 'fijuT-' -r"" ? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1894. II Mr, Webster. MIY Mr. "Webster married her, una wby she married him, is not easy to explain. She was pretty, young look ing and graceful. She had lovely blue eyes anl black lashes, and a dimple in her ,e"t clier-k that had made many men abject, nr.1 e.U retained its power. She was thirty- 7 0 -. J enough to take care ofhersolf. And . . h Lcr own people, when she lived with -cm at C helsea. she had always dono much -j3 t liked had hor own sitting-room, rz'.ycz her own teas, occasionally even a little -nr, and had liberty to her heart's con- -1 W hen they, rather unexpectedly, took ' zia their heeds to go and live abroad, cre was no reason why she should not have :.tvcn a little flat on her own account and no -a living the life that she liked best. ;.nsterhood would not have mattered to er, e.nce she was one of those women who v?cU 1 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 October 1894

isr THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1894. AMOKS SEGEET SOCIETIES Matters of Interest to Brothers Who ' Meet on the Quiet. KBW MYSTIC SHRIXB RITUAL It "Will Prolmljly Be Exemplified During the Week Various Visitations Amonjr the Hasons What Is Doinp Among the Odd Fellows, Golden Cross, and Other Orders. Arminlus Lodge, No. 25, opened the grand jjsitatlons ol the past vreek Slonday ovoning at the Scottish Bite Sanctuary. Owing to the fact that another lodge was to be visited on the same evening no especial programme was prepared, but the grand officers wore cordially -welcomed by Worshipful Master Glaesery Senior Warden Baesgen, and Junior Warden JCeyers. Among those present -were Past Masters Louis Goldsohmidt, Herman H". Gardes, H! Brandes. J. Toense, J.H. Heme is and many brethren of the lodge. Dawson Lodge. Xo. 16. presided over by Jesse F. Grant, was visited also on Monday evening. After the ceremonios in Anninius Lodge were concluded the grand officers, un der escort ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

TIME HIN VOIi.l :tfO. 5225. WASHIKGTOK", D. C9 tOSTDAY MOBiNTKGr, OCTOBER 29, 1894 SIX PAGKES. OIZE CENT. WAS Ttiamirf cMcflfinw ttrf d B IISSTMTISS THE POLICE SorioHS Charges Being Looked Into by Comiaissloncr TruesdelL HIGH OFFICIALS ARE INVOLVED Speak-oaries Said to 3o Running Under Pro teo&on ef Officers, Who Are Personally Interested Oeofessien by a Private That He Perjured Eimself Under Compulsion. Etytetatee hem been aeoamulating in the baafe of Oomarisonor Traesdsll during the past twe weefes against certain police officials of tUeKy, which, iC signs do not fail, will vmy shortly result ia dismissals of officers in atHiiotit- and a geaentl shaking up in the de partment. From this evidence it appears that -while tin police force of Washington, gonerally gpeafctag, fc la a healthy and vigorous eondi iton, there are certain important branches and some taitwr sprouts that are diseased, aad are, therefore, endangering the body as a -wfeote. It nay, and no doabt will, be found...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

TJ30& WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1SU4. Bre' Popular Shopping Place. 416 7th St Save One Dollar and Eiht Cents To-day by buying one of tliose SI.50 French Felt Hats for 42c. Its a vanishing bargain, for the like of them will not be offered again this season at such a price. The shapes are all first class new and desirable, the colors are Black and Navy only, so even if you have already bought a hat you can well afford to take an other at this price. Tho manufacturer needed money very badly, otherwise sueh "hate would Have neer been offered at this figure. $1.59 French Felt Hats, 42c. L0E RELIGION'S ESSENCE Vive Kananda, a Brahmin MonK, Preaches at the People's Church. INTRODUCED BY REV. DR. KENT Thoso Who Want God as They Want Life Will Tina Many People Attend Church Because It Is Fashionable in Their Set True Devoutness Asks No Betnrns. SOCIAL AND BENEVOLENT. illll m J8 Poplar Shopping Ytajffl " SEE? Place. 416 7th St $ I Hill SS9S!S3IS&f3Sara I Fm Winter? "Would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

THE WASHES GrTOE" TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1984. 3 CRIP SPORTING GOMMEHT Botk the" Virginia Race Meetings Are Meeting with Success. LOCAL POOTI5ALLISTS ACTIVE f Btfe the OtlaaWa Athletic (Hnb and George tws QeHage Ilevoss Are in. Preparation for tie Thanksgiving Dav Game for the CflinmphmTiMp of the District. JuOgi&C iwm ttit atteadauoe and tbo num ler oC books at tiie two Virginia race tracks there te bat little doubt that both are clearing erpottces, H not making any money. There has boon a lart?e increase during the -week of strangers, and the local people are patronis ing tbe racing better than ever. "With tho ad vantage of -being located nearer Washington and considerably lose expense in its operation tbe Alexander Island track has fully held its own since the Inauguration ot racing at St Asaph. Tbe projectors of the latter meeting have certainly provided a high class of sport, and deserve encouragement, but they are louiewbat disappointed 'with the financial re mits. Tbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, "MON DAT, OCTOBER 29, 1894. The Washington Times fflVIRY DAT IS THE TEIBJ OWXED JJTD ISSUED BI The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDIKG, eounnvBsr cobxtr I'enketltaxia Avenue and TENTH STKEETi Telephone Editorial Booms, 4-55. BubI&gss Office, 337. JTriccDMIrBaWon OnoCent fiundny Edition ....Throo Cents. fly the month Thlrtj'-flve Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCTOBER 29, 1B9L e ft Tho daily avorage number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of Septombsr was 14,817, FEOOBASTINATION THAT IS FATAL. There are many folks who ' arc continually putting off until to-morrow the duties that ought to be done to-day. Tho usual result of this habit of procrastination finds apt illus tration in tbe old saw, "A stitch in time saves nine." Communities are like individuals. "Washington furnishes the latost example of a community that fails to take a stiteh In time. "What the ead will be, in this particular in Btauce, cannot be foretold, but if i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

mrri!vvL'jm-,v,vy,'lief' THEWASHHJTGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 39; 1894. -STT""'- &S&-.'f-$m!" "rw-?&XP1' GENTLEMEN. Read What We Will Do 5thl ftw. 1st, Viz.: l! Will sell one lot of Hen's 8K.50 rtajor Toe Calf Balmorals (sizes 5 to 1VH; Si. 9 5 per pair. One lot of Men's $4.00 sample Blioei ntS2.G5 per pair One lot of Men's $3.00 gample Shoes at S3.50 per pair. Every Day One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FBEE. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. OUR S7 SETS OF TEETH Are the very best human in genuity can produce. The best materials and most expert workmanship give them relia ble character. And they'll be properly fitted to jovlt mouth. Ready when promised. CONSULTATION FREE. American Dental Association, COR. SEVENTH. JLND E STS. You'll Do That's all -vre ask of anybody get all the Furniture and Carpets you need pay us for them while you are using thom -we've Bt faith In your promise too MUCH FAITH to abfc you to sign a note or to pay any interest We're he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1S94. o - Semi-dress wear there are no garments so appropriate or becom ing as the THREE 1UTTON CUT AWAY Frock Suit. We have a chojce line of thein in Clay Diagonal, Llama, Tliibet, rough or smooth Cheviot, Tri cot, and plain and fanc3' Worsteds, all cut in the prevailing fashion, exquisitely tailored, and faultless fitting. Those at $15 and $20 are beyond comparison the best ever seen for that money. No tailor can duplicate them for less than $28 to $35, and even then the chances are two to , one they won't fit as well as ours, and if for an?- Tcason ours are not satisfactbry your nioney is here . on demand and re turn of goods. Robinson, Gherij 1 Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. Our Great "FEAST OF BARGAIN SALE" ONLY 4 ,39. This neat and perfect-fitting Wrapper is made of French Flannelette, in all the new shades of Red, Tan, Garnet, Brown, Gray and Black stripes; circular yoke back and front finished -with two narrow ru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

TIME "VOL.l. NO. 226. WASHESTOTCXISr, D. O., TUESDAY MOENING, OCTOBER 30, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. ONE CENT. WASHINGTON THE BETTING ON THE RESULT Odds Given on 'Change That Morton Will Be Elected Governor. NEW YORK CAMPAIGN BOILING Eclrorz Says Tammany Is Siding Hill The Senator Addresses an Immense Meeting in Albany McKinloy Talks Tariff in Chi cago Ex-Speaker Eeed at St. Louis. New Tone, Oct 29. Comparatively little betting on the result of the elections is being done, except on the Stock Exchange. There odds of 10 to 8 wore given that Mor ton's plurality for govornor will ex ceed 25,000, F. T. Adams placing 2,000 ngainst 1,000 of E. H. Myor's money. An offer was made by one of the Wormsers to put up $1,000 to $400 on the plain proposition of Morton's eloctlon, but there -was no taker. A few bets have been placed on the mayoralty issue at $100 to gSOn favor of Strong. As a rule, though, Republican money Is held for bets on better terms. Notwithstanding tho quiet appearance of the differen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

THE WASHlJtfGrTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1SJJ3. IWjra Popular Shopping a fe Place. 416 7th St &? Ladies' Knit SIippers,75c. Ladies, do you know the luxury, the com fort, and the conven ience of a warm Knit Slipper? There is nothing like them to put on or slip off in a hurry. For day or night wear they will repay 3011 the amount expended a hundredfold. Wo have a line on sale that are specially attractive, both In price and make-up. They come in Mnk, Light Blue, Cardinal, Black, Black and White. Fleece-lined Boles, ribbon bow in front. Choice, 75c. a Pair. There is a host of comfort in thorn at that price. On sale in Underwear Department. I III fg Popular Shopping raj I W& Place. 416 7th St. 2 l EXTRA VALUE Regent Goaf and Yest $12. We are able, by a very fortunate pur chase, to sell a Re gent Coat and Vest for the above price. The material is clay weave worsted. Col or black. Style of coat Regent frock. Style of vest sin-gle-breasted,fivebut-tons. Geo.Spransy, "The Relia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

-V'Wi'MifiJgg'& m. M.i.,iiip)i!e4:iii,gainftiuu.ij THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30.' 1984. irtppi&BptWk&irp- "ww Iff TVrr xrf -ssfiwegpyjHiet, CAME HEAR BEING SERIOUS Crowding in a Race at Alexander Island Caused an Accident. HORSES AND JOCKEYS FELL In the e'econd Baco All tho Jockeys Tried for the Load at the First Tnra, the Kesult Being Throe Horses Were Thrown Fa vorites Won at the St Asaph Course. The ttndanofi at the Alexander Island course yesterday was fully 2,500 nnd the four teen books had all they eould attond to. A serious accident came near happening in tho second race, whon a goneral crowding at tho first turn resulted In three horses going down with their Jockeys. The hoys wore pretty badly shaken up, but escaped injury, while tho horses were not hurt. Tour favorites and an 8 to 1 shot wore the winners, the latent doing well on the day. Summaries: How the Horses Ran. Track pood- 6" i First race Four anil one-naif furlongs (4: Selling. Purse, 3. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

THE W'ASBXNGTO TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1894. zrz The Washington Times EVHKY DAT IK TOE TKAHJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMHS BUILDING, eouthwbw coskiix pennsylvania avenue and Tenth Stkeot. Telepnwio Editorial Rooms, 431 Business OGlco. 3ST. frice, Patty Bdttkm One Cant. SutMUy Edition Three Cents. By the ineuth .TnIrtj--flve Cents. WASHDWITOK, D. O., OCTOBEP. 80, 1B0L 14,817 ? The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES (or the month of Eoptember was C SELECTING A POSTMASTER. President Cleveland lias now in bis pos session sevwal applications for tbe important position of postmaster of 'Washington. From the standpoint of ability there is email choice among the respective candidates, but tbere are several considerations of sufll ciont consequence to famish the President reliable guidance in selection. Hirst and foremost the appointniont of a local postmaster should oonform to the prin ciple of borne rule. He should bo a rosi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

THIS WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1S94. 5 GENTLEMEN, Read What We Will Dd 'till Nov. 1st, Viz.: "Will soil one lot of lion's $2.50 Razor Toe Calf Balmorals (slaes 5 to 10) at SI 05 per pair . One lotot Men's JJ.00 sample bhoei at S2.05 per pair One lot of Men's $5.03 uample Shoes at $3.50 per pair. Every Bar One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes PEEE. J THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. OUR $7 SETS OF TEETH Are the very best liuman in genuity can produce. The best materials and most expert workmanship give them relia ble character. And they'll be properly fitted to 3'our mouth. Read' when promised. CONSULTATION PREE, American Dental Association, COR. SEVENTH AND E STS. That's all Tve ask of anybody get all the Furnlturo and Carpets you need pay us for them -while you are using thorn we've KOt faith In your promise too MUCH IAITH to ask you to rign a note or to pay any interest We're here to soil f urulmro and wo pro pose to he ACCOMMODATING about it Is Good No...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 October 1894

6 THE WASHXETGrTOy TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1894. COLLARS We put on sale tbis uiorniug OUR OWN SPECIAL BRAND of COLLARS AND CUFFS They are all NEW SHAPES, are made from 2100 LINEN, and are FIVE FOLD. We call them the RED, WHITE, and BLUE BRAND. They are the BEST Collars and Cuffs for the money in America. CUFFS, 20c. per pair;' 6 pair for $1.00. PURPLE. YELLOW. GRAY. GARNET. SCARLET. J3LA0K. Whether 3011 bity one, one dozen, one hundred, or one thousand. We had 5,000 dozens made, and the first shipment of 2,000 dozens are now here. See them audj'Oti'll buy a dozen or two sure. E-S-33-35-0-0-(--"3 FIGURED FLANNELETTE TEA GOWNS. ? ? Stylishly made, full front, 9 Watteau back, large . $ sleeves, round yoke, $ $ trimmed with ruffles. ? sizes 32 to 44. Worth H,UU. f 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St 9 9 $mm COKf &C.,?MftS km QVERCQKf. Mill URN GOODS. MDETQ ORDER. iKSTSmES. flREKT MMiS Dlummifh Dnnl Pants i IJillUULI! DIM Company 943 Pa. Ave. oc3-lta,th,s,tf VXEO. 0. JjERGLING. Importin...

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