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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

THE CORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. 18 Academy Kcsulor Prices. 25. SO. TSc and SI AWeeli'oI Mjsteo EVERYTHING NEW IN MAGIC! First and Greatest of Mod ern Magicians. ELLAR UVITATIOX. NEXT WEEK-CHAS. B. HANF0RD, ELIHU SPENCER and MISS NORA O'BRIEN. KERNHN'8 LYGEUjVl THERYER BEGINNING TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8. FLYNN AND SHERIDAN'S BIG SENSATION. Double Show. A Combination or Extraordinary Novelties, Introducing 20-Mirthful Maldens-20 15 Bewitching Creoles 15 lO-Comical Comedians 10 JULIETTA NELSON, Queen of the High Wire. An exceptional Aggregation of Beauty and Talent. Novel Features. New Acts. Original Ideas. The one the Only Complete Double Organization in Existence. Next Veek Hopkins' Trans-Oceanic Specialty Company. ODD FELLOWS HALL, 7TH ST N YV. WHS SUNDAY EVENING. BEGINS AT 8. ;SPIRITUALISM. All noted mediums tests demonstrated by the freat hypnotist, MARKOS Startling, Incomprehensible phenomena. Seautlful sacred concert. Xo lectures; all Quick toots Fifth veefc of great su...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

-35r"-'5" "-""" CV -7W-T-; THE MORNING TI3LESr: SUN DAYy - NOTEBIBER 10, 1895. 14 JL Kw Jttoiefc Far Winter Froe. UNLIMITED LICENSB TO COM BINE STUPPS AND COLORS. An Incident of the Great Worth and a Famously Rich Amer ican Woman. New York. Nov. 2. It is mostly in mat ters of detail that fashion is Just now occupying lierself, main features of early winter costumes differing In no great degree from those of autumn clothes. Sleeves continue to drop, until now the chief bulge may be said to be nt the el bow; mid skirts are sllll very -wide and as much godetcd as ever, only admit ting sometimes, in very dressy Instances, of an elaborate and fantastic decoration. This decoration may be cither wide or narrow, a foot roll of fur, a bias band that readies to the knee, ncd perhaps there riihiy outlined, in Vandykes, or else in the shape of appliances too gor geous for description. It may alio, with taste, be in an entirely different hue and texture from the gown, but commonly matches the re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

THE MOENINGh TIME9, tBUNDAT, KOVJEMBEE 10, 1895. 10 THE HOMES OF BACHELORS Apartment House Janitors Get Rich Showing- Their Rooms. W.S. HOBAR-T'S JAPANESE ROOM Richard Harding' Davis and Rud jard Kipling Sew Nicely, But Do Nit Boast of It. ' Kcw York, Nov. 9. There is an apartment-house in this city that is half rented to young men, business fellows and pro fessionals. The house was erected for a studlobulldJng.insultesortliree rooms, but astbe rents werehiglinolenougb prosperous artists could be found to fill the building. A young business man applied, and upon giving security that he wodtd in no way mar the artistic ensemble, was admitted. To day his rooms are themost art istlcof any even in this home of art. Seeing the favor with whii li his presenee was viewed in the apartment house, he made bold to request the admission of other young men, not artists, as occupants, and now there Is one whole floor filled with men, eaih having his own suite of rooms'and caih inter ested in iiav...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

TILE 3OHXi:N"G TIDIES, SUXaV, 3TOVEM.BJSR 10, 1895. 10 A Woman Hy K011EHT UARIl. Author .of "The I'acc ami the Mask," "Iu Hie Midst of Alarms," etc. Cop. right. lb'.in.liyKobertBarr. CH.U'TBK XI. A Iter all. it must lie admitted Unit George Tcniwnrlh vvasn liijiiofsoiuewhjlchangc able cliar.icler. Tor the lust two or three days he hail been inopiiig-arQiind like una -nho meclil.il td Miluile; now he suddenly became the brightest individual-oil board, wheu ever one else was wondering what was going to happen to the ship, l'oruhiau to be moody aiui distraught while danger was lmiieiuitng was not .it all surprising; but that a man, rigiit in lliciuulstol gloom, should suddeul) biossuiu out into a Mulling CToiihlenunce anil .1 general hilarity of man. ner, was something extraoruinury. 1'eo lile thought it must beu case of brain trou ble. "lhev watched tiie joung man witli in terest as lie v alki d ith a spring ti p up and down deck. Kvcrj. lion and linn u bright smile llluminaled his ra...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

"9iwtii?S irsrt'StiSS9Sr'. THE MOENINGr TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1895. T LOOKED LIKE XT. WAKING THE COLONEL. SORRY HE SPOKE ir " -' B T 5ffe, -if Hell 1 woniier it she is renuj- Nell Oh, she must bo. Three Under Obligation. A burglar In thcact of brea king open a safe Iras greatly astonished on raising hishcad to see a gentleman Intently watching the pro ceedings. He tried to escape, but the gen tleman stopped him, saying: "Go on, my friend; lam deeply interested la your work-" "How so?" the thief Inquired in great surprise. r "Because I have lost the key of this safe, and If you manage to open it jou shall bo handsomely rewarded for your tremble." sJmanacli I'lttoresque. Certain ot III Statement. "Boy, how far is it to the next house on this road?" "You couldn't git there in a week." "Couldn't?" "No, sir; they ain't any other house on this road!" Chicago Record. SHE ALWAYS DID. "Don't you think nhe nccepted "No; from habit." HE 1 Clown Ilollvnr.I want to S 3 Bolivar S5 2-Xow , caref...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

THE MOBNIJNTG TIMES, SUND&Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. 18 HiK Matters of Interest to Organized Workingnisn of the District. . MEETINGS FOll THE WEEK. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10. L.A. 1140, K.of L., Douglas Progressive Association ot Blcam Engineers Uall 008 t" street. L. A. 1304, K. of L., Times Assembly Times building. Executive committee D. A. GO, K. of L. Times building, 11 o'clock. Bottling Houso Employes' Assembly Uall 609 P street. L. A. 0341, K. of L., JourncMuen Batch era Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street find Pennsylvania avenae. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11. L. U. No. 190, Brotherhood of CarpenS ters Hall G27 Massachusetts avenue. L. A. 1044, K. of L., Juurnojiiicn Plas terers IMasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half MrcetaiidPcnnsyivanlaavenJC. L. A. 1748, K.of L., Carpenters and Join ers Society Temple, rifth and G streets. L.A. 1228, K. of L., Plasterers' Lathers Hall 131C E street. L.A. 3450, K.or L., Carriage and Wagon Makers Bum h"s Hall. TUESDAY, NOV. 12. Federation ot Labor Plasterer...

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

- '-fi-miSV0&Xelf0P1i f rrWfVif'!?-" "- THE 3IOKNTETQ TIMES. SDA-T, JTOVJEaiBER 10, 1895. 19 THE TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTSONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. 7 . - - 1 SPECIAL NOTICES. Tni! COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY. The liiauturatlonortbe Rev. Honalah L. Whitman, U.Ii., as president or the Co uin blan Unit unity will take place on Friday evening. November 15, at 8 o'clock. In Con vention Hail. Addresses will be delivered Iiv The Itev. Samuel II. Greene. 1). 1).. LL. D. vice president Columbian University. The Uev. Augustus II. Strong, U. D- LL. D..presldentor Itochcster Theological Seml- D!Tlie Hev. Francis L.I'atton.D.D., LLD., president Trliu-eton University. Inaugural address, by President Benalan L? Whitman. , . . Invitations, with reserved seats, can be obtained nt the Columbian University on aud after Wednesday the 13th. ROBERT II. MARTIN. (no9 -Gi-ein Ketrelary. SCOTTISH Rile Cathedral The mem bers or Lvangcllst Chapter, of Hose Croix are r...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

mmS AUM'S. 416 7th St. I Notice Our Splendid New Show Entrance. - nannMaiiMHiw ii w r i mm-iw iHMnuwi'MBni'aaMgaM miii iiiii i """',,a"" Our $5.50 Double Cape of Bei ber Cloth, with Velvet Collar. Capes from $4.50 to $25. Some People Kick on principle they never seem to feel happy unless they are kicking about some thing, but if any one can honestly find any thing to kick about in our Suits or Overcoats, jith er with the prices, fit or material we wish they would. let us know. We want all our cus tomers to feel that they are getting their money's worth. I DYRENFORTH'S, 621 Pa. Ave. Cnder Metropolitan. (eee'e--0'0'0'0 J The Touch of The Kimball Piano Is Balanced to J The Utmost Nicety. " It Is neither too heavy nop too A light for the beginner, and is just right ior tno umsnea pe norm or Years of thoughtful study and care ful construction have mado the Elm ball tho perfect piano of to-day. f ! METZEROTT MUSIC CO., MUSIC HAL1,. V All the Latest Sheet .Musis. 4 1110 FSt. N. W. i Absolu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

5r w-?-ssr v-r-pjfp JB5aS3t.5i3iBav,f SV-i5 - i-5T5-5Ssii i " a- X -XCXTJSIVE sll-dsy terries of Ike United Preii, The New Enxland Associated Press, Iba Bonthsrn Associated Frets, Tie New York State Anoclated Fress, tsp plemanted by tne exclusive right to pnbllih in Washir-Ktoa tie New York Herald copy. right cable service. THE WEATHHR TP-DAY. crimes Fair. Cool. Northerly Winds. VOTj. 2. 2STO. 04. WASHIN&TOy, P. C MOy DAY ,M.OICNTN"Q JTOHEMBEll 11, 1895.--EIGTHT PAGrES. ori: cents. OXTEEW'PAGES FWEWSEVEBY 112 HU $pp-gSS?J;S's' , AUSTRIA I0II HCIiR Her Entrance Into the European Concert Scares the Porte. . HOW BERLIN VIEWS THE CASE Present Complication.-! May Forco England to Join the Triple Alliance. The" Quarrel Between Emperor Wll Ilaiiiuiul Ills Brother International Exposition llus Dwiiiillc-d. Berlin, Nor 10. The declarations of Lord Salisbury, in bis ein-ecli upon the occasion of ttie banquet of tl.e Lonl Mavor of London last night, and tlieoffiii.il state ment nude by M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

ov 'I-, . itrt . st 3r" i-"1- . "V-71 .war , "v?y" "-tv1 THE MOUNTING TIMES, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1895. ttfeiOSES T Street Ccroer Eleventh. I ttoroice Wnrehooso, Z2& ucar Ji. $10 Solid Oak Chiffionier $7.11 A well made, well finished, sL, solidly con structed piece of furniture. 5 drawers, with locks, swinging bevel plate mirror, brass trimmings. We could sell it readily for $10, but $7.15 is all that's necessary to ask. I waiit lo be tho Jeweler who comM unto your mind first' Reduced Prices on Silverware. All this week. Solid Silver ware will be g-rcatlj- reduced in prices. An endless vari ety of .Nic-iiacs is here for your selection, and the prices will charm you almost as much as the beauty of the of the stock. It's worth j-our while to know that 3"ou can select Christmas Gifts now, and, by a small payment, have them reserved for you. Mj- watch repairing' de partment solicits -our work 'twill be done well. Open every evening-. . f). Dcunson, Jeweler, 1105 F Street Northwest. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

S?S555SS5S-Sp ?- !.-r-6 ury9itj:n TILE 3LORXTN& TITLES, MOyDAT, NOVEMBER 11, 1895. Tarkcr, Hridset A Co., Clothiers, 31JTth6t- There are yet a few boys we have not clothed. Let not a single one escape. The reason avc are so intent upon pleasing these boys is that we'll need them when they become men: What if we do not make any money on Boys' Clothing just now? Not "trying to! Here's proof: Bets' .All wool Suits, worth $2.20, for $1.75. . ,. Dots' All wool Scotch MlxedSults, iMirlti $4. for ?2.S0. Hojs" HI.iek ami Navy Win AII nooiaimlotNulln.colnrwurraiitt.il. Value S3. For S.I. TJost Qimlltv- -Mailc of the Alxivc hulls. Value $. Tor $4. BMikCLi v 1)1.1 ROiMlVorM tils' nit. Black und'Nav) Blue. Value ?7. For ?5. f-pc-ial lot ot Hoys' Navy Blue Chinchilla Reefer., (irai-d value. ar $5. Onlv S3, mill -in KMrj lino $7 Chliic'hlll.i Itcefer for in. Boys' Heeler 8h11h, feS. $. ami sn. UrantI Hue of liovs' Overcoats, - to $10. A!ivqunntitirH"M"'Odil"I'aut! Bt 60Q-, 75c. anil $1. ParKe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

8MtitiU'JjltUljlJ!JMIpiJ HU LU p&&l3F?&3l3Hi yafrfsw3ytqMjajg (SW3 THE MOBHING TIMES,- MONDAY, KOTEHBEB 11, 1893. TheWashinstonTimBS (-OBXlKO, EVEJ.TXO, AM) SCXDAT.) OWNED AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDINO. focnrnxsT Cobneb I-ewstitahia av&v- asd Texth Brain. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 1SJ. Buslxte&s Office' 337. Trice .Horning or Ere uig Edition. .One Cent S-mday Edition....... Tares Cents. Xenthly by Carrier Moraine and Sunday.. .....Tnlrty-nre Cents. Erenlne Thirty Cents. lornlng, " Evening and -...;.... ... ........ .FTftt Cen rs. Sunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C NOVEMBER 11. 1895 &rKADiMt5dcoONaiB Stib-icrllKTs to "Tlio Time--" -rill confer n -favor ljy promptly reportlng any dl.conrtiT.y of collectors or neg lect of duly on tho part of carriers. Complaints i-ltlier ly mall or in per son will rccslie prompt attention. Tlie MornliiK Kdltiou sbuulil ho de livered to nil iiarts ot tho city l)y 0U10 o'clock n. m.. Including Sunday. The Eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

P wywpjjijwawbliWMy 'iS;WrtH SpjHeHMsHPMNSQPeassi THE MOKNIKG TIMES, M OK DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1895. 6 tti , Jgfe -o-o-- 9 E anohunrh & Urn I FLANNELS. ' g m. , ir-ij rnir .iiiwi malum a You'll Need 'Em. $ All Wool Plain Brown and Green Flannel, suitable -for i ntcr- 1 i n i n g for capes, Coats, Car riage Robes, etc., regular 37iC quali ty. one Tor.. yd A beautiful assort ment of All - wool German Wrapper Flannels, in plaids and stripes. Worth 37: yd. Tor. 25 Td All - Wool German Wrapper Flannels.ln all the delicate col ors plaids and stripes. Worth SOcyd. Tor.. O 12 yd 9 f f t f t t f 9 The new C rep on Eiderdown, in Light Blue, Pink, Red, Grey and White. Full 38 inches wide. 75yd Special. All our $1.25 and $'l.38 qualities of Fine Embroidered Flannel. 98 Only- f Orders by mall carefully V attended to Just the same j as If you came In person. Orders for samples cheer- y fully compiled with and 0 promptly, too. O 9 V o awfowfc jW. I A20, 422. 424. 426 7th Si. k Bill and Market Spa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

aiwwl'3!wifpp ''m'mww iiumw "n'wyiV) THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, XOT-'EMBJEn 11, 1-S95. 6 M. B. LATIMER & CO.. Auctioneers, 1229 and 1231 C 8treet Oriental Rus and Carpets S. B. Donchian, of Hartford, Conn. A RARE COLLECTION DR. WALKER'S $5 A MONTH FOUR DEW OF WORK Celebration of the Forty-third Anniversary of the Y. M. C. A. PBOGRAMME OF SERVICES DAILY TJAltOAINS. V Sensible Furniture. District Convention Begins Its Sessions This Evening. na WILL LAST THREE DAYS TREATMENT. H Wc mean by sensible fur niture, furniture that is go ing to look well and wear well, without costing an ab surd amount of money. It is our aim to keep sensible furniture, because wc expect to deal with sensible people. Sonic people like to pay a fancy price for fancy articles others think they save money by buying extremely cheap things which fall to pieces in a very short time; but the greater number of peo ple prefer to give a reasona ble price for reliable goods. Those arc the people wc wish to do busines...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

i-sstf-."?-'!''!5-"''" ' ffii&Vf&f'!!?'" IHB atOBNTtfO TIMI3. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1895. TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW GENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. -cn 4r.iS9P'jJ(nJrJ!EgiS'J THE SPECIAL NOTICES. (Copy.) TZTnnnrzJZ II. PISRIHVZ".. President, Mortimer Kwinian, beys-clary. Mara . i ..... . ,1 f nnnipai- 1 1 ..VlTl-it. 1 N.i W Chase.M.D .McdfcdJDiit.tlor. TlicUunrdian T.lr. Inntlr.-inet' CotllllallV. fl. 1 DOalie Kt Eoslon. Mass Boston, Nov. !, Ib!l3 To our ix!icy Iwlder in the District ..-.. ,.....,. Tim InlnrnelH . of or UOlUllUHa ucuuwiihu. v "-';;-" r", UiiRcuiuiMiiy are represented In the District of Columbia by Mr. Hugh C. Ulsdun, and RUCI1 SllHlIllA ii; cvrt .ik ... ...,-.- , Mr. Kisdon has exclusive authority and con-.l ITOl III UIC lUMIii-it ui i- d .j --- cluslvejy reM-onJble to us. AU payments made uixm policies written In the District of Columlii.i. whether solicited under Mr. Kisdon iiidiviaually or by skciiU working under lil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 November 1895

.jfwr rfv-&'v7' &"? j- y f - "" j a: - A-iKSe"" -:---"' -- 1 vri'iESV H'e"i- -.v ;.-,'-. H SrTjSt?3Si51' -,-'2S85:3SJ9Kff3,B?S;r" THE MORNTJSTGr TIMES, M02fnAT, aTQVEMBEIt 13. 1895. -,.- ---nrjF YOU COULDN'T Wish for a finer line of Shoes than we can suow yon. Everj' fashionable shape in every reliable leather is here Calf, Patent Calf, Winter Russets, Box Calf, Pigskin, Enamel Leather, Cordovan, and Kangaroo, in button, lace, and Congress; -uuuuun, vjiudc, Common-sense, and Piccadilly toe; sizes and widths to fit everybody. Prices are "For Men's, $2.40 to $6.50. For Boys, $ 1 .40 to $3.50. Two specially good values are a French patent Calf, pointed toe, at $3.00, and the water-proof Box Calf, at $5.00, a dressy as well as a durable shoe. A choice line of the newest and best things in Haberdashery in our Furnishings Department many novelties you won't find elsewhere until after they be come staples with us. Stop in at your convenience and get posted on haberdashery fashions....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

? I .mffm-m'Siiom. "MWrVpi gSreas " zrzxrlfT WMJISiz pwsa;aiagyctj?gp ?-!?3hsl?'T' . 1 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Probably Fair. Cold. j Northerly Winds. VJXCIUSIVB all-day ferric of Tha United Fresi. The Hew England Anoelated Ireif, The Southern Associated' Presi, The Hew York State AaioeUted Press, np plemented 07 the ezelnilre right to publiih in Washington the Now York Herald copy, right cable servics. &imes VOL. 2. IfO. 05. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEM15E11 12, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. OXTEEW FA F NEW yy GAS IHSTJf EXPOSED Board of Trade Committee Shows Up the Monopoly. - BOARD IK ANNUAL MEETING JBVRfiES BOLDLY ACCUSED Said to Have Had an Interest in a Keno Game. GOT ONE-FOURTH PROFITS ""' ' ' ' - - -. - .. . . . RS, 4 2-3 CTS. k DAY Ton Director-, mooted and He-portH on Subjc-cf-or Vliul I.oc-ul Inlerc-it Sub mitted SintiiN of the Lighting Corporation- Kxhiuistlie-ly Sot Forth. Pre--ldoiit Wurnor'n Address. The members of the Board of Trade mm billed l,.u,i.i' und...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

jji4wqjij4 BWSHSHHBRHPHBHPH THE MORSTING- TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1895. J fctoraRt U'arekoosa, U'd near 1L $3.00 Gold CHAIR, $1.75. A big of fer for the next three da3'S only. That popu lar $3 All Gold Chair in UK i rflr that a large pur chase fcrtaJ - i pria Stfi enabled us to sell at I $1.95, spe cial Tues day. Wednesday and Thurs day at $1.75. Fridaj- morn ing the price goes back to its usual figure. Same Chair lu white enamel and pnM. bine enamel n'i'1 gold or pink enamel and gold If y.u prefer 'I aut to be the Jeweler who comes unto our mind first Reduced Prices on Silverware. All this week. Solid Silver ware will be greatly reduced in prices. An endless vari ety of Nic-nacs is here for. j-our selection, and the prices will charm yon almost as much as the beaut' of the of the stock. It's worth your while to know that you can select Christmas Gifts now, and, by a small paj-ment, have them reserved for you. My watch repairing- de partment solicits 3'our work 'twill be done well....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

!i!SITiisliil' ?"'H5''',c"WpM3 I 1 THE MOBNIXG- TIMES, TUESDAY. EOYEMBER 12, 1895. - f Talker, Hrklcet .fcCo., Clothiers, 315 TlU st. "Busy as bees" iu our foot ball branch. This Sporting Goods department is a "com er!" No wonder the George town "cracks" broke records. Wc sold them their athletic goods. That pair of running shoes we sold Wefers made his feet move right along, didn't they? Every proper article for football, golf, run ning, boxing, and for gym nasium use. TurtU Deck Swelters, all wool, heavy Kolctit. and In combination .t ticoolors, 3 ami up. arker,Bridget&Co CLOTHIERS. 315 7 th St The acme of rigidity is a "COLUM BIA" frame. It won't bend, it can't break, so it just goes on lasting. The "Columbia" is a wheel you can ride ANYWHERE. 'nlumUn llM for prnctio riding. Columbia Fluid for learners O-jarnu. too tickets. iOJ. District Cycle Go. roi.i'Miti vs," iiviciroiiDs" S. Hart I'.rltteln, Munecor. 452 Pa. Ave. g That Buckboard S Unit we give awiy with each child's S s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

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Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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