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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

Wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. mwM IT 8 I flPS DS 4-4-l WASHINGTON, SCXDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 18i)7. afl wht m jl3 "i4 iU (Ctt YOUR SHOES BY MAIL We can send Shoes by mail to any l part of the United States. Your money back if desired. Supplementary C? If r Tlj fif ieJ r" For the benefit of those who, during last Saturday's unusual crush at our stores, could not be properly served, and others, we shall continue the .special prices advertised for Saturday for to morrow From 7 a. m. to i p. in. AflONG THEH ARE: Ladies' $1.25 Oxford Ties and Sandals, til.uk or brown kill, and white or gray canvas. Special Price, 95c Ladies' SI 50 Featherweight Oxford Ties, Chocolate or black kid, Lgg-s hape or com toe. Special Price, S1 .1 9 Ladies' 52 00 Cycle High-cut Boots, with brown canvas lops and ' lti kid trimmings. Special Price, S1 .37 Ladies' $2.50 Nobby Oxford Ties, Hand-sewed, welted or turn m lea, 1- Mjlcb. Special Price, S2.00 RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES, 930-932 Seventh St. 1914-1916 Penn. Ave. 233 Penn...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

11 TIT35 MOBNTtfa TIMER, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 189T. iWOAWi'S PAGErl wilier- i; . &ij i vuiiii iff 1 tAAAMlp-W IHfe isv ? $ i AAA A TOmS" MtiSi &,- m,MA A A A AiMjwm B& r'JfMlW V a -rrfc - i x-wL;Afr"K .? u .. y .. v r a ri v mi iitiir THE FOURTH OP JULY GIRL. The Fourth or July girl does not amuse bcr&eir as docs hei jounger brother, by jetting oft fiiecrnckers She lb not ad vanced sufficiently to enjoy the noise Site prefers to display lier patriotism by braiding somebody s jacht and helping haul up Ue Stare and Stripes The New port girl is conspicuous for her patriotism iu this din-cuon, for which -virtue, liow eer. site does not deserve any panli'tilar credit, lor Hie reason that ehe is us likely to be n the watei any other day, aim in tins case bUe only goes to ecape tlie nuUe or thundering cannons and crackers, with ivitfch Iter patriotic fellow-c listens make day hideous Beside, tlie .skyiockets and other fireworks feltow of to m much better acvAMtage lietween sky a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

THE MOBISTNG- TIMES, STJSTDAT, JULY 4, 1897. 15 The Woman PROFITABLE BUYING. Tempting llurgnitiN Offered "Women Who Shop Out of Season. New York, July 3. The season forsensa tlons is over, but there is no less moduli enterprise displayed tlmn formerly, and woman who bhop in season and out arc just now looking for bargains. II' it is lustiblc to possess one's soul in patience and forbear engaging in the early scramble Tor spring novelties, this is the appointed Luiic for shrewd and profitable buying. "Marked down" ibthelegeud on all the shopkeepers' banners, and a clever woman can just now fit Herself out completely for thesummcr at one-half the price she would have been obliged to pay six weeks ugo, since every thing, from a bicycle suit toa wexlding cos tume, Is offering for a reduced price. For 0 or S8 smurt little wheeling dresses are going, made in two colors of linen. The skirt aud the jacket are brown. Tor instance, but all the buttoned pocket flaph, cuffs, levers, straps and ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

TILE MOKJSIJSTGr TEV1ES, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1897. I f16 fe Br Oonun Doyle 1s a 6ort of literary I ntCLHOf magic He has a marvelous faculty J of doing Mie Impossible with ttie people and things which are the creatures of his iMVoatioii, bo when he permitted bher look Holmes to die the detective who liHd for so long proved a goodrneudUiOiir iwmp of loe for mystery it did not pro--wfl-c all the Midnesb w lucn U inighL lo be Brtre, It was an unhappy occasion; hut-a firm belief in the immortalitj of the aoul aiHl the limitless Invention of l)r Dojle nrtbed tltth of all its victory and the grave of all its sting We really looked lor Detective Holmes in ttie very next btftrj The detective wishes to be re--viviiied, that is clearly shown bj the effort which lie made to desert the Styx, as recorded in John Kendilck Dings' "Pursait of the House Boat" Surely so good a friend of the late detective as Conan Doyle himself would not be ignorant of tlie man's wishes or dear to his nppe d "So when it w...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

THE MOUJNING TIMJES, SU3sTDAY, JULY 4, 1897. IT M THE BOTANICAL GARDENS How the Place Looks in the Glory of Summer. SUPT. SMITH'S NEW IDEAS A lletiiirr Gruumi Too Little Vis ited by "Wushiugton Folk -Vnut Collections o Flowering: l'hiiit-. From All Over the AVurM-Tlie Sy.stem and aiiinagemeiit. These are joyful Oays among the inhabi tants or tlie Botanical Gardens. The last tracer of colli weather passed a way with the ubill winds of spring, and left the flowers autl plants to don full summer attire. Theie are colors dull and colors flamboyant, laughing in a wilderness of verdancy. Gieen everywhere green m tlie bward undeifoot, green in tlie trees and green in the long, palm-lined avenues. Tropical plants, wjilch are slower to risk the ticW-wtudcs of Washington weather, have only a few weeks past been taken from tlioli winter homes to adorn the main walL, where one can now interview 400 aristocrats of tlie vegetable king dom and lcam fioai them their value, both fmrr. an economic an...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 3897. 18 TvWvJ ZXW P-2 -SillS II ' TTTinnp , Tomorrow night tlie Columbia puts into play a conclusion they arrived at by watch lug the Hiven weeks or the season thus Tar In the past. It is tills, tlie management finch--, by careful comparison of those ve-iwaout- HtUc slips known as Ijox-tiffice statements, that the paying public prefer old material to new; that what has been produced successfully and they have heard of, is what they waut to see-is the article tliey are most ready to pay for. Perhaps they were helped to their con cnkn itv observing the way in -which the public ran after the old operas given during the recent operatic season. None of the operas was new oranythlngllkeit. They had all been woiu out by first-class companies, then frequently levamped by summer companies, yet they were at tractive for one more hearing. So it has proved in former comedy seasons. Chest nuts were tlie ripe and attractive appe tizer. So it lias proved at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

"WEATHER PROBABILITIES. The uircKliitiou of The Snnday Times wa 24,408 Copies. Dully average last week, 40,684 Copies. For the District of Columbia, fair, pos sibly thunder 6tornis Monday afternoon, continue- high tcmpeiature; southeasterly winds. SSSS i.iiMjinll''H3l!IJ M-lW i u 1 fiwii fiuLSSIiill ! (fdliUdMMBiiii JsTO. 1,203. WASmjtfGrTOST, MONDAY IS COUNTRY ii THE 1 A Spanish Paper Talks of War With the United States. SOME ACTION MUST BE TAKEN nrefilsnraiKmrj.iSii i::: i-.. JVrp tmnroit f Km e r? r r-RV"rr imwmim flfifln r ;. :raMqrM impm ty iA 1 ,Ls-.Srj MOKSTING, JULY 5, 1S97-EIOHT PAG-E3. otstct mra'r ti fprz r ... .;" , i i - , . rjr,T rnr JITT js" "r- JLLLJIuliL vNfe v- IlUuIuuu ' Ba rAiinTiF' i?! j LL .BY DBINKING THE. Washington Brewery Company's PURE vjAAjLjlITAJ. JjL J1 iL JLiJi. J' J- jl For the last seven years our Beers have received attention from lovers of Pure Malt Bever ages, and are today justly consid ered the equal of all imported or Western productions. Telep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

TITE TtfOUNTITO TITS IStES, 3 MONDAY. JULY 5. 1897. MUHLEYRDSSSTOB The Last of the aloshers Tells of His Uncle's Crimes. WHOLESALE KIDNAPING PLAN & Campaign of Child Theft Wa J mended Mlstalics oi tin- Poller--The Boy inflht Havo lleen J)Kcoverol i Time, but Was Finally Murdered. New York. J iily J. The New York Jour nal today publishes a statement from j&HbWortii Joi1mu, the Itu or the fau.tiy viicfc 1ms fain-ay been thought to have iitouKO Charley Ros. His hi IHenature of & ooHlession U.ai the Mohers weie the guilty parties, aiul purport to give the -wtoffle lHsUry of the crime from the Mttanpingur Charlie to his death. la ilK Miiwncr of lbT4 Gilbert Mosl.ui catted upon Police Superintendent Wall In, of the city of New York, at police hUrtWi,,aiia supplied evidence which proved that the persons who had ab ducted Charley Ross were his brother. William Mosher, aud Joseph Douglas. Be ruio these men were captured, however, tlfv were both killed in an attempted txirglary at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MO N" DAT, JULY 5, 1897. 51 PETEtnUEEBiTl The Grand Closing Event of the Diamond Jubilee. A MAGNIFICENT CEREMONIAL The Impressive Scene iu the Sanc tuary Cleigy Who Officiated. 'J he Mtisie a Special Feat are. Father Kervlek Freuches. u Set uiou Appropriate to the Ocea&iou. The diamond Jubilee events or St.I'etci's Ohuich aud parish are now more tliaa recollections, although thej aie only his tory. They have been sung in superb music and illusti.ited in fen id oraiori, like man j oilier significant occasions, but tfce distinct iiieinoiial of this Jubilee has been vuitten in maible and is mail le it fc"lf, exquisite m woikmanbhip and ceau tiftrt in design. The clohiug event of the celebration of the Jubilee took place yestciday morning in tlte piesenec of a notably ieige congre gation in that beautiful maible edifice m East "Washington. The clowning incident was the pontifi cal mass, always a solemn and pictur esque ceremonial, but never moie eriective Uian in....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

TBE MOUSING TOES, 3IOXDAY, JULY 5, .1897. ms hncs (MOREIHG. EVEKTKG AUD SUHDAY.) BV THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, STILSOJi HOTCHms, President. KUTCHJNS BUILDINO. I?ew York Offic:: 2000 Tract Bnlldlnr. SUBSCRIPT IOX rates. MoMirti, m Caiik kk: Morning, Eveulng and Sunclav.. Fifty Cents Jilorniiigatid Puuda Thlrtv-fivo Cents EvoningaudSunda Tliirti-nve Cents BV MAIL. One Year, Morning, Ev ening and Sunday. S 50 bixMoctli, " " aOO Tbreo "Mouths, " " " ' J.75 One Year. Morning aud Sundaj 4.00 Six Mouth.. ' 2.J5 Three Months. " " ' J.'ia One Year, Evening and Sundaj 110 SixMontfcs, Z2 Three Months, " 1.25 Sundaj only, ono j ear 1.00 Orders bj mail uiustboaccouipanlod by sub $rlptii)u price TioarnotES: Editorial Rooms, 4ct5; Busi ness Ofliei. 1610. Clz dilation Slntemenr. The circulation of The Trains for the trtfA ended Saturday, July 3, 1SD7, mas as follows. tvncay, June 27 23.874 Jfoncoi. JM 2S 40,008 Tvesday, June'JH . 40,735 Wednesday, .Time 30...., 40,094 T.x.nday, July! 41,700 Frid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

THE MORJSrrNG TIMES,' MONDAY, JULY 5, 1897 B Lausburgli & Bro. tl , n a WE CLOSE ALT, t I I (9 DAY TODAY, but will lie of) on for business bright and early tomorrow morn- ins: with our annual tf closintr-out salo of Q "Wash Fabrics. g These include all our Lawns, White Goods, g etc. g Do not miss this sale. $ 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. SGSSQ ;G5S5GSS.2 o 'fe'W.'ave'v-' m.'ko You can Get a Bicycle Here on The smallest Monthly pay ments evar Known And We will keep The wheel, The saddle, And the tires In repair for One Year Freel Wh.it do you think of that offer? DoeMi't It beat anvtlilui: you ey r heard of" Is it any wonder that the factor j cannotsunpiy u with whccl fast enough You can gel the bell and lamp nercou cretin, too, Bicycles from too to $100 all colois of enamel, all heights of frame, choice of well-known tires. Your ciedit in good for the Re frlgeialur the Matting a Baby Car nage, or a house full of furniture. Carpet made, laid and lined Tree no charge for waste in ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

THE MOlU-TINGr TIMES,. MON"DAT, JULY 5, 1897. o I Lil bt. Closed all day toJay that's all. But we'll have something more to say to- morrow morning, so keep your eye on tuis space. PARKKB, HHinfiET & CO., Clothier. :I15 7th St. Hire a wheel today- We'll give you a good one a new 1 one if jnu wish ami charge you little lor it It is. a cheap en joj meut. f GEO L HALbV JOHN I MI Urn V, Manager. 603 E st. nw. L. & R. ROUTE. 417 XIXTH WILL RACE FOR $20,000 Fine Lot of Entries for the Great Trial Stakes. Some of the Dureh That Are 3Iost Likely to Start and Seem LiKely "Winners. In the Hunt. Nov York, July 4. The most important 2vo- car-old event of the season thus far, -and in fact, barring the Futurity, tins greatest of the year, will b.; the chW at traction at the Sheepshead V.uy track to inormw It ib the Great Trial Stake- of SJo.OOO, and will he run oer the full Tut tint course, whiob is just a little short of three-quarters of a mile. That the field this season will be a large...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

THJS MOltJNTN'G TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 5, 1897. wonky wanted and 10 loan. MONEY TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TTANOS, ORGANS. HORtoKS.CARRlAGES, WAGONS, E'lC, without removal fiom rosM'sN.on of oVvner We can oflei von theLuW EsT RATES and EASIEST TERMS. No umaj. ou w U ccefe tlie money within a lew liouisnitei making applica tion for it ritMui.it i il . j 1 miiv'.'rf auy amount, will Le i iceiv ed at an j- time, Wbtcll Will lebcu cost 01 J til. Flense tall loi lmthei nioniialion. CAPITALLOAN OUA1UM EECO., ,Ic29-ln.o 002 !' bt. 11 W. U K. FLLIUN Sloanoffice. 1-lSPa ave. UW ., uioucv ioauca 011 w alines, diaaicuicls, Tjevvelrv , sit, ei -a are, etc uplb-btn LOANto .ai.e-J u.. APPROVED ULLA1 eral, cu.11 as life nohcics. stocks, londs, builutug ..ssoiiHirH,., eliaies, tyniica.e ct'r Uftca es. -ii "o uei.. lKUfvia A. BAKER. 1110 F el 'Jake elevator. tf LuA.vj -..... lL ILlt-MrilU., Uuiibi, l'.'l C. Loaiib in.a Je on Furuituie Piano?). Hoiacs, Wagons, ru. ,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 July 1897

THE M-OKNINGr TttlRS. MONDAY, JULY 5, 1S97. All prw . clothing today, as we will be closed ALL DAY in order to give our em ployes a chance to fit tingly celebrate Inde pendence Day, but come and see us tomorrow. "We'll be here bright and early to suppty any and all sumni2r wearing ap parel needs of the men aud boys. Eolriiison & Oliery Co., 12th unci F Sts. N. W. AU "WVarable for All Suile. rM Citv Brevities. Two hu known -white men attempted o foice entrance to tliu vacant, house ulNo.l3f'5Keiiei5awavenueRboiitSo"cioeK esterdny morning, but weie f lightened avay t the appionch of Policeman GixiiM. They succeeded in making gcod their ocape. Tlie July meeting of the executive com n.itteeof Uie LHsuicol Columbia Cliristinn I"ndevor Union will be held this evening at o o'clock in the vestry of Calvary 3Jalit,t Church. Judge Anhon .. Taj lor, first vice president of Hie Uti.ou, will pre side. The meeting wiilllsteu to the u-uul con imU.ee leports, transact routine busi ness, and dev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

WEATHER PROBABILITIES. "M ISm Taatsrdaj was For the District of Columbia, rtwwera n-e probabla; cooler Tuesday night; variable J winds, becoming northwesterly. TO. 1,204. WASTJUSTGrTOlSr, TUESDAY OE OET. mkt 35,410 MOUNTING, JULY 6, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. TALKS TO TMIHUI Y BRAES Many Eloquent Speakers Hold Forth at the Wigwam. GREAT GlIEERIXG FOR BRYAN Xettur of Itegret From Cleveland - 3Ieots, Willi nite.-Congres-umi- Itiehnrdaon nud Henry St. George TudUer tlio Principal Speakers of the Day Synopsis, of Talks.. New York, July 5. Tlie crowd surged through Fourteenth street iu front of Taiuinaiiyllall, in a restless, eager fa-muu, from an early hour this morning. Every body wanted to get inside, aud tlie crush against the doors was lerriric. To len the spirits of the -waiting mob ,'B.iyue's Eisty-mtitlt Regiment Band was placed on the balcony in front ot the wigwam and played almost continuously. Every thing "went," from "America" to the gwau Ming from Lohengrin," and the crowd cheered u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

y n THE MOltNXNG- TJMESr JytJESDAT, JULY 6, 1897. try the bill and its "working for a reason j able time before providing In its ciouug , fccctlons lor a. commission to overhaul it?" ' Mr Morgan opposed the propowd com- iriistion ou the ground Unit Congress baa no power to delegate H dutieb or re sponslbllltles to any ottier commission 01 set of men. Neither can Congress ic cijleits orders or inbtructions from any tarifr commission tUat can be prouded tor. Mr Mayai. went into a long explanation nf lnw tl.i- bill nrw about to be paeii, 'a bill of d'visiui. and dlsviibuiioii.'liiid own j prepared ty ilie last House Commute on Waysatid Cleans; bad been passed by Uie prewect House without auy cboice but U) take it at a whole, ana'liau then tieai reported to the Senate with 700 amend ainw, which increased tbe burdens of the taxpayers, Jo1 as the Senators, inJuaing tils friend from Louisiana, wan.eu Uieui IncreuK-'d. And now, afiier all the con cern rated talent that had helped to pro par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 3 897. SHOULD ANNEX HAWAII San Franciscans Chamber of Com merce Presents Reasons. PLEA FOR NATIONAL SAFETY If Racial Objection Are Tenable Kcw Mexico and California "Would Not Now Be TJDited States Terri tory America Should 1'o-shejw the Islands and Defend Them. , Several days ago, as published in The Times, Senator Perkins laid before the Senate a telegraphic memorial from the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce urg lug the speedy annexatlou of Hawaii. Yes tciday he followed this up by submitting a copy In extenso of this memorial, which he had Just receded by mail. Thif memorial gives elaborate reasons why IhiB annexation ehould tate plate. Among other things it says Unit it the racial objections were tenable, New Mexico and California would not now be United State territory. The political objections, the miMiioilalists say, aemand respectful coimdeiation, and then continue: "Gould we keep the Hawaiian Islands under our commercial control permanen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

THJE MORNIK& TIM E, TUESDAY, JtJIiY 6, I89T. imc5 iMORRTNG. EVEHBIG AUD STJHDAY.) IHEfMMTONfflES COMPJfflY, CTIISC5 HUTCEETS. President. KTJTCHINS BOILDINO. Sew Ycri; Offics: 2OT0 Tract Building:. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Movm-tr. nr Cake eu : Morning, Evening aud Sundav.. Fifty Cents 3roming auu Sandajr ..Thlrty.flve Cent Xvening and Sunday ....Xlilrty-five Cents BY MAIL. Oae Year.Mornln, Evening and Sunday. $3 50 Six Month. " 3.00 Three Mouths, " " J.75 One Tear, Moraiugand Sunday... .......-J.tO Six Months ' " ... .2.25 Thre&Montbs. " " " ...........J.25 One Tear, Evening and Sunday.. ......4.0 Six Mouths, - ., ; 2 Three Months, ' M J.25 Sunday only, one year ......................IJOO Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub ecriptiau. price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, iSG; Busi ness Office, 1010. Circnlation Statement. Tie circulation. oTue Tries for the vtck ended Saturday. July 3, 1807. tcw as Sunday, June 27 ....23,874 Honcay. June 28 40.00S Tvetday, June 29 ......40,7...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

if THE . MOBHrSTQ TIMEft, TUESDAY, JULY 6.. 1897 I ' - JUnisburgli & Bro. to Housekeepers g s s g Specials, g b Great reduction In g Household Indispensa- bles. Cost of goods not g 0 taken Into considera- fl tlon during our Great g , Clearance Sale. Here Is l a an opportunity for every S economical keeper: house- g 4-4r Heavy Brown Cotton, rt worth. 7c........ S For 4c. yd 2 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting:. 2 Forl2jcyd p 10-4Heavy Bleached Sheet- y g g 0 For 16c vd tf " " 8 g Plain Hemmed Pillow Cases g For 7c S P a 8 45r36 .Hemstitched Pillow g 5 Cases , fcS g For 12c 8 S ' 2 45c Medium Sizn .Sheets.. O tf For 3oc tf S 55c Plain Hemmed Sheets, j 0 for double bed gi S For 45c S 65c Hemstitched Sheets, for & S large size bod a 2 For 55c h Don't delay come today. 420, 422, 424, 426 rth St. g CSSSSSSSSS SSSSQGSQ O -I&l& -'W'' W. o f tYesl You can Get a Bicycle Here on The smallest Monthly pay ments ever Known And We will keep The wheel, The saddle, And the tires In repair for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

THE MORNUJTGr TIKES,. TUESDAY, JULY 6, 189T. P-ARKER, BRIDGET & CO., 3 Clothiers, 315 7th St. We take up the thread today where we left off Satur day, and the semi-annual clearing sale of Men's and Boys' Clothing inaugurated last week will continue a few days longer, until all this season's broken lots have been disposed of. The other clothiers might just as well take a vacation while these figures prevail here: "We are closing out a large lot of Men's rirst-elass Husiness buits, in mixed ana raucy cheviots, 4-Uuttou sack stvle, that were $9, 10, 512, aud$ib. Choice $6.25 All "Odd' rants rrom $12, 515, and $20 faults, in rancy cheUots, plaids and mixtures, unotce....s?2 lleu's fine quality Fancy Mixed Cheviot Iiicycie t'auts. lleduced to Si lien's stylish riaiduicycle Pants, lteduced to 2 Men's Separate iiicycie Coats, choice colorings, worth ;4, $7, and 5-8. Choice !g"-50 Men's Imitation Covert Cloth Bi cycle faults, 34 to 40 breast meas ure, that -were $2.50 and $3. Choice . $...

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