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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 November 1894

THE WASHIIGTOK. TIMES, SATUEDAT, NOVEMBER IT, 1894. H $3.50 Sale, For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' S5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F. St. Highest grades, lowest xrices. PEA COAL, $4.25 a ton. CHESTNUT, $5.00. Every ton full honest weight 2,20 pounds. Economize on your fuel bills by trading with us. Quick delivery. fhos. W. Riley, tSSS. 1 OOl 11TH AD 12TH STS. S. Y TiiUil'llUii, J7M. -o & Quaker Bread & A 4c. LOAF, I It's Just a llttlo whiter, more whole- some, more delicious than any other, a I -will remind you of the snowy, de- Q IiGhtful bread Grandinoihor made, i 1 very loaf bears a rod-whlte-and-bluo Q :abeL Inn't accept n substitute. tsrWcil serve you prompt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 November 1894

THE WASHXN"GrTO:N TIMES, SATTTRPAT, NOVEMBER 17 1894 See Us To-day for Suits, Over- coats. Reefers,' Hats, Un derwear, Neckwear, and all other wearing apparel for 3'ourself and boys, and you'll be sure of getting perfect fitting, thoroughly reliable garments, for as small prices as is possible for the qualities. If you don't think so even after buying, return the goods and get your money. 9 Robinson, Gheru Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. CC5--G-G'G""-3-"-I-00 EXTRAORDINARY SALE Or ! Fancy Head Rests and Down v f Pillows. f 9 I Lot Fancy y Head Rests, 9 3ewpattorns IlCeaCh. I I Lot China Silk, Head Rests, Good styles .lc each. 9 I Lot Hand-painted f Bolting Cloth f Head Rests, t xew designs 7oc each. I Uncovered Down Pillows: $ Size 12x16 38c. Size 16x16 50c. Size 18x18 75c. y Size 20x20 $ 1 .00. $ Size 22x22 $1.25. $ Size 24x24 $ 1 .50. V These we guarantee to be of the best quality and I odorless. 1 420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St. f y v To look for big things her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

X ' TIMES , hS R3 vn (ot WASHIaTOJST, D. O., SUNDAY MOKNTBTGI-, NOVEJBER IS, 1894 TWELVE PAGKES A3STD ABT SUPPLEMENT. THREE CENTS. yoi.1. :sro. 2do. 10,000 FOR A-BOGUS BODY That Price Was Paid Ijy the fidelity Mutual Life Association. BUT THE CORPSE WAS A FAKE The Slick Methods by Which. Mr. Holmes Eooured a Tortune Upon the Alleged 3oath of B. j?. Pitzol Is Finally Arrosted uxBoston The Deed Done in Philadelphia. FjLA.iEUKiA, Nov. 17. An elaborate life Jnsaraneo swindle has oome to light in this city. On September 41 last, the corpse of & man was found at 181G Gal lowbtli street, this ally, and -was burled by tbe coroner under the nauio of B. r. Pitoel. Now it appears tluit the corpse was a bogus one substituted for the purpose of defrauding the insurance company of $10, 000. B. P. MUsel rented the house on Oallowhill street daring the summer under tbe name of B P. Farry,ad while there oonduetod a pat ent medicine business. The last week in Au gust he disappeared and on Septemb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1894. r' THE litSDKEDS of distinguished citizens, Congressmen, lawyers, doctors, clergymen, andlayinen cured of rupture by Dr l'arker without operations or pain has convinced the reading and Hunting public that ruptures aro as curable as any other common complaint. Tboro are no failures or experiments in Dr. ParXor'n system of cure. Xo cure, no pay "V A1UC0CELE Is the croat destmror of all that makes life desirable to man It renders happy marriage impossible It makes woak, foeble, limp, shambling shadows of men. If you have Varicocele or are suffering from nervous debility, mental depression, losses, blood poison, of recent or lone standing. Dr. Parker can restore you and make you firm, erect, strong, and manly as you should be. Consultations free, private, and confidential, from 9 a, jn. to 7 p. m. ; Sundays, 10 to 2 o'clock. DB, PARKER, II 14 G ST. N. W, BaPmSgfflB5BgBagSggSgggBH Garner k Go. S01-S03 7th St., cor- H. HERE Is a picture of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

TILE WASHINGTON TIMESSUlsTDAY5 NOVEMBER 18. IS94. P WINNERS TOO HARD TO PICK Miracles Without Medicine. their friends. We hear of it, and, rest assured, we shall treat your friends just as we treated you to the best in the house for the money they wish to lay out. Thank you, gentlemen, thank 3011 ! j Parker, Bridg Washington's Largest "Exclusive" Clothiers, 315 7th Street N. W. f EVERY HUNTSMAN " ! 7 Should aim at gettinK one of the bargains we are oderinc in Guns and Ammuui- &, A lion. A handsome MJW RKMlMiiOX HAMMhiJLESS Gl'N is on tuo list nud f) " it selling at a inrvoiis'v low fleure the cheapest HainmerlefcS Gun on tho A market. Lsatuine 1U you'll want it. Q DUl'ONT SMOKhLKss POWDEK LOADER SHELLS another specialty of Y A . ours Just what you want lor your nest gunning trip. Try theiiu, Q 4 M. A. TAPPAN, 1013 Pa. Ave. ? v SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS. FAY0R1TES AGAIN IN FRONT Four of the St. Asapli Races ere Won Ijy First Choices. JOCKEY GRIFFIN WAS THROWN lady Violet Attempted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

THE WASBINGTON TIMES, SDNDAT, STOVEMBEIt 18, IS94. V The Washington TimBS fEVEET IUT IK THE TEABJ OWNED AND ISSUED Bt The Washincjton Times Company TIMES BUILDING. E0U7HWEST CORKER 1NHSYLYAXI1. ATEKCE .1KD TENTH" STREEt Telephone Editor!! Booms, 483. Business OQce. 837. rrice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month.... ...... .Thirty-are Cents. TVASHINGTON, D..C, NOVEMBER 18, 1894. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. THE LONG BBIDGE NUISANCE. Once more the attention of Congress and of the people of "Washington is invited to the danger threatening the city from tho Long Bridge. 3Ij. Davis, who has charge of the Potomac improvement, states in his annual report to Gon. Casey that by reason of tho faulty construction of the piers under the bridge over the Virginia channol not only is tho area for a discharge of freshet water lim ited, but in case of an ice gorge the overflow of the water front and of the lower part of the city throug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

THE WASHI&TON' TOIES, -SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1894. K $3,50 Sale. For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's 56. OO Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's SS.OO Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. K1CH, 919 F. St. -I REMOVED TO OPPOSITE CORNER. G. RUERBRGH'8 SAXONY WOOL GERMAN HAND-KNIT JACKETS, S1.49. ATAUERBACH'S New Domestic Sewing Machine and Art Rooms, 800 7th St, N- W- Cor. H. (OPPOSITE OLD STAND) nolS-S,f, tu, tf Cream, 12c- pt. Milk, 8C- qt. Sweoter. fresher, creamier milk can't be btainod. We have our -ow li cows and farms milk received twice daily. Wo deliver milk when- ever desired in bottles if prefer- red. x-xr Drop a postal we'll serve you promptly J. S- ThomDson.4v.St.6w. evvv&&tt&&&& Price's Es Are the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

V THE WASHTNGTQ TIMES. STJNDAT, OVEMBEB IS, 1S94. 15 AltUSBMENTS. K "MtW KATIOKAL TOEATKR. Evory Evening atS. Only Matins Saturday. JOSEPH JEFFERSON MONDAY, TCBSD Y, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY EVENINGS, AND 6ATDRDAY MAWNEE. VAN WINKLE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVEND3S DOUBLE BILL. CRICKET ON THE HEARTH . AND LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS. NEXT WEEK Hoyt's "A Tomporance Town." METZEROTT MCSIC HALL Thuray evening, November 22, at 8. PHILHARMONIC CLUB. SECOND CONCERT. Mr. an4Mr& Lent, Mr. Bakemann.AntonSchott, the Groat Tenon Dora Valesca Booker, Violin Yirtuosa Tiefcels, McSl, and 1.50, at Metzorott's. nl7-6t Subscriptions Will Close THIS WEEK FOR THE National Lyceum Course Df tea 8rst-ctess entertainment to be given at METZEHOTT MUSIC HALL, BeginaiagDec. 5. Subscribe now. CoutseT1ekeis....'ten entertainments) S1-&) CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET? Canary & Lederer's 20th Century Production, THE Passing Show WIM return to this city at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, THANKSGIVING WEEK. Matiseee Wednesday, Thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, NO VEMBEE 18. 1S94. N GRMGERS YERY WEAK They Showed" Up Among the Worst Shares on the Whole List: ENTIRE MARKET WAS HEAVY Steady Decline of Prices All Along the Lino with Only a Tomporary Sally General Depreciation the Result of the Week's Trading Drops in the Past Three Days. New Yobk, Nov. 17. The stock market was heavy during the two hours of business to day, and with the oxcoption of a slight rally around 11 o'olook prices steadily declined. The grangers woro among the weakest shares on the list, Loins freely sold on the unex pectedly heavy decrease in tho St. Paul earn ings for the second week in November, which was nearly 200,000. London was a heavy seller of St. Paul and the room traders fol lowed suit, with the exception of Burlington and Quincy, which closed l-8 off on tho day, but yi above the lowest. Tho grangers were at their worst in the final sales, Northwest showing a loss ofl; Bock Island and St. Paul, , ana do. preferred, J. Sugar ojt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

V THE WASHXItfGTOlS TIMES, SOTTDAY, 1STOYEMBEB IS. 1894. Everybody Who sees the FLEECE HEALTH UNDER WEAR speaks well of it, and every one who has bought it szy they will never wear any other kind. It is the lightest, most comfortable and warmest underwear made. We are sole Wash ington agents, and cany a complete stock of all grades, from $1.5 per garment to $9.50 per suit. Send us 37our address and we'll mail samples and complete information. Clothes, Hats, Twelfth TO THE FAMOUS The crowd that turned out in the wet and slush 3?esterday and made their purchases at The Famous was well repaid for the inconvenience that it suffered. But it was complimentary to the new management of this Popular Clothing Mart just the same, and hearty thanks are extended to all for the good will and patience of those who had to wait. An extra force of salesmen will be on hand to-morrow, when the following wonderful values will be presented : MEN'S SUITS. $5 00 will buy a good knock-about Sulti worth I1O....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, N OYB3IBEE IS, 1894. Y' EVERY SCARF, Where's Yoiir urscing boner Lucky you We made an offer for Blows 125 Dozen PoGkeibook! MEN'S DERBY, Dive into it quick and get out a paltry fifteen dollars. We put on sale to- morrow morning a big lot of That never ought to be sold for a cent less than $ 1 4 and 'twas accepted. What an op portunity it gives you. They are in-Hand That are worth $2 and $2.50 into your hands for MEN'S UR PICCADILLY SACKS , AND WJf FA C REGENT CUTAWAYS, In neat, gen teel Oxfords and mixtures no Blue or Black. .50 Takes the choice. Everything about them the fabric the trimmings the style the fit the making are symbols of their great value. See the window display. One of our big Seventh Street windows is filled with nothing but samples of this extraordinary mid-season sale. Come closer come up on the third floor and try 'em on. It's the great est triumph of thirty years to be able to sell such suits at such a price. TIT m5s& HS IkwA 0 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

'r' 10 TH.E -WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, 3S OVJ53IBEK 18, 1894. AI0K6 SECRET SOCIETIES Matters of Interest to Brethren Who Meet on the Quiet DOINGS OF DISTRICT, MASONS Haiiy "Well-known Ladies Who Occupy Prominent Positions in Commanderios of the Golden Cross What tho Odd Fellows of the City Are About and Other Hews. The event next weec in Masonic circles will he the address of Past Master Isaae S. Ticho nor, in Harmony Lodge, No. 17. The theme of the distinguished Mason will bo "Freema sonry in England," and he will treat the sub ject from the standpoint of a personal obser vation of the customs of the fraternity in the birthplace of speeulative Masonry. The ca thedral of the Scottish Kite will be taxed to hold the largo audience that will greet Past Master Tlchenor on this occasion, and no Meson should neglect this opportunity of be coming better acquainted with the high standard of the order among our English brethren. The data for the lecture has been gathered during the six visi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

THE WASHINaTON TIMES, SXTDAX, JS OYEMBEE 18, 1894. I I H Wingless 1ictorij. BY EDITH E OEOSBY. ITwas abrilliantblue-and-gold afternoon in February. Dr. Moleson, the celabratod Eng lish archaeologist, was to give Lis famous lecture on tbefoundntionstonesof tbo Par thenon, and all the students of Greek antiqui ties in Athens wore hurrying up the steep sides of the Acropolis to hear him. Marion Godwin had started early and could nfford to loiter. She took the roundabout way which led through the newly excavated street by -which Pausar 'as, the traveler, had made his entrance into Athens more than seventeen hundred years before. Once a fashionable promenade, crowded with life and bustle, what a poor, shabby little street It now looked, sunk eight or ten ioet below the level of the present road, its nakedness and dlnglness laid bare to the searching light of spring sunshine and modern criticism! Rough, laborers were still at work, storming its se crets with pickax and shovel, and loading...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 November 1894

? 12 THE WASHKtfGKTCXN TIMES, SU3STPAX, .NOV EMCEE IS 1894. "MOMS" GREW MO FMOR Thev Had No Perfume, but They Got There Just the Same. HCW FLORISTS ACCOUNT POR IT Tho Chrysanthemum Has a Bold, Bad Beauty and Has a Strange Fascination Over Youne and Old Its Popularity Can Be Attested by Watching the Different Purchasers. "Mum's" the flowor, if not tho word, in very aoueebold at this season in "Washington. The Queen of Autumn is so much in evi dence overywuaro that she may be said to bo reigning supreme, but that is only n flower of epeeoh, lor roses red and roses white and violets blue are not bo easily pushed from their high places by your Chinese or Japanese usurpers. Only ton years ago nobody would contra dict tlie statement that a ohrysanthemum by any other nutne would smell ns bweet. Heine Bays that the perfume of flowers is their hymn of praise to the Creator, but if such bo the fact, and it is a very pretty conceit, the chrvsanthemum badly needs instruction, for it is no more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 November 1894

p WASHIaTOK, D. C9 IGTDAT MOBBING-, 2TOYE3IBEK 19, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. VOL.1. iSTO. 24.(5. 02NfE CE2TT. POLICE SCANDAL MOST END This Is Now Demanded toy the Bench, Pulpit, Press, and People. BLUE COATS ARE DEMORALIZED Denounced by Judges from tho Bench as a "Disgraaefal ImbresIIo" Cases that Are Held "OB in Gemnissioaer Truesdoll's Office Further Developments Expected. The eourt judges, tbe pulpit, the pros, and the good people o Washington Lave become thoroughly disgtteted with the nauseating police scandal which has offended thoir cars and nostrils for weeks past, and the coa sensub of opinion is that the time is ripe for action. The GeseforA-Daley imbroglio, in all its phasee of personalities sd abuse, has reached that point in its offend veness that two Judges have felt celled upon to denounce it from th bench when it radiated from the hack room in the Sixth precinct station-house, where the supposed seeret sessions of the police trial board -were held, and penetrated the chambers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 November 1894

f THE WASHXNGrTON TIMES, M03TDAT, NOYEMBEB 19, 1894. LEADERS 1H THE HEXT HOUSE Men of National Reputation ARHENIAIS' UHHAPPY FATE A MEDICAL JOURNAL'S Opinion of Dr. Shade's Discovery for Consumption. TASTES BETTER THAN BUTTER. THE JULIUS LAflSBURGH ! Men Who May 5c at the Head of the Republican am! Democratic States men of the 53d Congress " It Is Put in Bold Relief by the Re cent Frightful Massacre. Furniture and Carpet Go, Most Important Committees. LOOKS BETTER THAN HIGH GRADE ! he Rink, I t t BUTTERING IT viiiiiiaio uy UumiJial9 9 BURROWS FOR WAYS AND MEANS STRIVING FOR INDEPENDENCE AND PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN THE LilM)KEDs of dibtinguishod citizens, Congressmen, lawyers, doctors, clergymen, and laymen cured of rupture by Dt i'nrker without operations or pain lias convinced the reading and thinking public that raptures are as curable as any other common om plaint. Thero are no failures or experiments in Dr. Parker's as stem of cure. So cure, no pay A ARICOCELE is the creat destro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 November 1894

THE -WASHINGTON TlilES, MOJSUAY, SOVE5IBEE 19. IbSM. CRBP SPORTING COMMENT AH Sorls of Rumors Afloat Respect ing tie St. Asaph Race Meeting. JOCKEY CLUI5 ZIBETS TO-DAY Oplnieas Differ as to Whether the Baring "Will Be Goatinnod Under the License of the Jky Clab Sid Dsminion Clnb Meot ia(f Is Ifflprerlajr in Every HespecL For several days all kinds of rumors have been ia circulation regarding the futuro of the fit. Asaph meeting. Owing to the recent eduction in the amount of purses consider able talk was jadulged in, the opinion being the local club officials had violated the pro visions of tlielr licence, and that the stewards of the Jockey Club would so decide nt their ineetiufi to be held to-day in Kew York. Then it has boon hinted about the Jockey Club would not grant any extension of the original date for tbe closing of the St. Asaph racing, which was December 1. On the other haud the indications are that racing will go on at least until January 1. It looks very much as if eithe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 November 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, MOjSTDAT, 3TOTEMBEK 19, IS94. The Washington Times (Evert dxt j the Ykaes OWJJED AKD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company 35MBS BUILDING, ECXTEWKT Cornets Pennstlvanu Atenub and Tenth Street, Telephone Editorial Itooms, 432. Business Oa.co, SS7. Irice, Dfttly Bdltlen - One Cent Sunday Bflltlon Three Cents. Uy the month Thirty-flyo Conts. "WASHINGTON, D. C., XOTEMBER 19, 1894. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. AN INCONSISTENT ACTION. The Washington Board of Trade is sup posed to have at heart the 'soatorml mtorasts of thi6 city. Changing administrations and the consequent shifting of Government om ployes continuously net against these mater ial interests. Why, then, did the board of trade refuse a resolution of support to civil service reform? The large majority of business men of the District are unqualifiedly in favor of the "table eitfaeosuip and steady business life whioh will surely result fromtho merit system in government...

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

THE WASHIG-TOI TIMES, MONDAY, OYEMBER 19, 1894. H $3.50 Sale. For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's SB.OO Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladies' S5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are ail hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. K. RICH, 919 P. St dommS 3J d0-eO- -O-O -0 &! & I Matcniess PriGes ( are ours. We sell at what It costs A, V there to buy, and the goods are Q the best on the market a u bmncntfeero., Main Market and Jrocery, 1306-1312 32d Street. W (Telephone 317). 9 f BRANCH MARKETS: Q inSMthSt X MT. 2l6tandlvStaX. W. T B S696 14th St X. W. Sd & Ind. are. X. W. V 4tliandISts.X W 6th and I Sta. X. W. T 8th and MSt. X W. 3057 M St. X. Y. Q autu bt & Pa ave . w. 38th t. A X.Y are. X. W R v C-0-00,C'0-3",0-0',0,0-OB Price's Es Are the Best. 944 La. Ave. TELEPHON...

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

t 6 THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAT, NOVEMBER 19, 1894. OVERCOATS All styles, all colors, all sizes, and all prices from. S!0 to $50. Blue, black, "brown, and Ox ford mixed Meltons, Ker se3Ts, Beavers, and Chev iots, GENUINE SEDAN MOUNTAGNACS (the only ones you'll find in town), and other popular fabrics. All stylishly cut, correctly trimmed, thoroughly tailored, and faultless fitting. No mat ter what price you pay we guarantee you better value for the money than any other store in Wash ington, and fit you better, too. Suits for dress and bus iness wear, also. The biggest and best assort ment we ever had, and at the lowest prices. v Robinson, Gherij & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 1 0-0G:S'00,H -O-O The Like of It Has Never Been Seen. Ke Place on Sale To-day 5 Cases Yard Wide Un 9 bleached Cotton I at 5c. yd. f f Remember the width, f Quality Better than any ever sold for f anywhere near the I I I money. f I 6 Cases f i ? ? Good qualitv 9 I ? V Canton Flan- ?...

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