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

Hum yg "FOX.l. IfO. 247, WASnrN"GTOs D. C, TUESDAY HQINTKGr, N O VE3IBEK 20, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. OiNE CEIT. v MURDER TO AID IK FRAUD Kcw Aspect of the iMdclity Mutual Insurance Swindle. FITftBL REALLY FOUND DEAD So His Friends Believe and Intimate that He "Was 3crdwed by Holmes Attorney Howe, Oae of tho AHegod Conspirators, Arrested Claims Ho Aotcd in Good Faith. Sr. Lome, 3o., Nov. 19. Jeptha D. Howe, an attorney, having an ofllee with the law Arm of McDonald & Howe, of this city, was arrested to-day on the charge of conspiring with one H. H. Holmes to dorraud the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Philadel phia, out of 610,000. The arrest was made in conneetion with the insurance swindlo caso reported from Philadelphia last Saturday night. Attorney Howo was taken before Chier Har rigan at tbe four courts. At the conference W. E. Gary, of St. Louis, manager of the Fi delity Mutual, was present. At the ooaolu eioa of the oosferenee Howe was released on c 1,000 bond. Howe si...

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

TBOD WASHTNG-TOiN TIMES, TTTES0AT, HOVISMREK 20, 1894. THOMAS J. KIM ITS CHOICE REORGANIZE THE POLICEMEN I f Binders' Exchange Declares Prefer ence for Building Inspector. Rcpiescntatue Men Urge Prompt Ac tion by the Commissioners. ON SEVENTH STREET. SPIRITED TALK BEFORE BALLOT JUDGE MILLER'S VIEW OP IT lu 0 AU We call the attention of the public that the entrance to our Book Basement is now in the center of our Seventh Street Store. Never since we have been in business have we been able to put before our patrons such im mense variety of Books at our popular prices. There is nothing" in the book line that we don't furnish at cut prices. Those advertised here are rare books, and very valuable some which we purchased from a private library: I Tompio of Gulaus Dorat, Kisses, x Be&utreDar. lourKoiiDdMv library UoeV. of the Signers American Figure Painters, 2 was German irt,5vole "Wild Flowers of America Houghton e Political Parties Artistic Anatomy Figaro Exposition Pantrps Sketchin...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1894. t u MADE A KEW WORLD'S MARK Forest Covered Four and a half Fur longs in 53 1-4 Seconds. JOOKBY PARSONS WAS INJURED An Accident in the Opening!Bace at the Alex ander Island Course Resulted in Two Horses Palline and a Eider Being Hurt Three Favorites and Two Outsiders "Won. A good crowd patronized the races yester day at the Alexander Island course and suc ceeded in pleking three of the five winners, the other evonts going to long shots. In the fourth race Forest established a now world's reoord tor four and a halt furlongs, goingthe distance in 8S seconds. This beats the best previous time of 58 made by Sonora over the Island track a quarter of a second. Jookey Parsons, who rode Iceland in the first race, was badly hurt by being thrown. Lithograph foil and Iceland stumbled over him. the nccldent happening just before the horses were turning into the stretch. Alter many unsuccessful efforts the Austrlana geld ing succeeded iu plaoing a...

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

mmmmmvm,mm , f,-r-" - t,r-&&rfZiKrW THE WASHING-TOST TIMES, TUESDAY, XOYEMBER 20. 1894. The Washington Times ffiTERT DAT THE TEAM OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, foutowe6t coehek l'zkketltanu. avenu axd Tknth Street Telephene Editorial Rooms, 491 Business OQcc, 317. Fricc, Dally BdlUen One Cent Sunday BWen .Three Cents. By the MtMk ..Tlitctf-aro Cents. WASHLNOIXW. A. CL, YEHER 90, 18G4. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It TO "JEEBCHANX6 AND TRADESPEOPLE." In an editorial under Ibo caption "The Voard of trade is right," the Washington I'oit goes on at great length to criticice those who have entered objection to the board of trade's refusal to give its sepjKrt to civil ser--uee reform in District offices. The long screed is evidently si mod especially at the Evening Star, which is referred to as "an evening paper." Our inorniag contemporary's parfeot con sistency was sever better exemplified tban in this editorial. ...

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

THE WASHI1TGTOK TOiES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20," 1894. H $3.50 Sale, For a few days $3.5 O will pur- chase a pair of either or tneioi- lowJng priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's $5.00 Calf Shoes, several Man's ss.OO Sample Shoes, I numerous styles. Ladles' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all'hand-sewed and the finest qualities. TKE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. K RICH, 919 F. St. THE ADVANTAGES GAINED 9 ? By trading with us are loo numer ous 10 rnt'UUOU uno js, mo muuo) we save you. Another the superior Q worth oi iho cooes wo give you. Let T us have your next marketing order. Q $ EmrichBeef Co. 9 Main Market and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d Street. (Telephone 347). BRANCH MAlvET& ins 14th St N. W. 21st and K Sts. N. W. Sfti6 14th St. K. W. Sd & Ind. are. X W. 4th and IStt. N. W. 5th and I Sts. K. W. 6th and M Sts. X. W. 8057 M St N. W. SOtti St. & Pa. ave X. W. 18th St. & N.Y. ave. N. W ? ae-gs&-Q-8'0...

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

THE WASHTNGTOH TIMES, TXTJSSDAX, NOTEMBIB 20, 1894. OVERCOATS All kinds. Long Ones, Medium Lengths, Extra Lengths, Paddocks, Cape Coats, Inverness Coats, Storm Coats, Ulsters, Smooth. Fabrics, Rough. Fabrics, Wool, Italian or Silk Lining, Cloth or Velvet Collars, in fact, every style and fabric worn is represented in OUR Stock. All stylishly ut and. made and as per fect in fit as if 3011 had Leeii measured for them, and the prices are about one-half as much as if 3'ou had. $10 to $50 and full value at each and every price. Robinson, Chery 1 Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. Z 9 f GOOD t DRIVES t In Table t Napkins. $ SPECIAL PRICE, $1.50 Doz. f SPECIAL PRICE, $1.75 Doz. f a Values like these are of 1 I much interest this time of I m the year when Thanks- a giving is so near. 4-iO, 422, 424, and 426 7tl St. ALEXANDRIA HAPPENINGS. Alexandria is to have a Lexow invostipa i n. One of tbe leading members of the itv obcJ1 yesterday afternoon stated to 1 : 1 Tno represent...

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

w Fffi; A J&L VOIi.l. iO. 248 WASHXiNG-TOjSr, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOEMIQ-, !N"Q VEXJBER 21, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. CXNE GENfT. ww ysr'WT f "m f j -a 1-1 m: jhl ja ffl RM. Ban MBHB. Holmes, the insurance Swin dler, Tells His Life's Story, fHIS FRAUD ONLY A SAMPLE Admits Fraakly Tint He Deserves to Be Hanged a Dozen Times, HE SUPPORTED THREE WIVES V Pretty Typewriter with "Whom Ho Wa Living Grew Jealeas of Her Sister and EiHed Her Then He Pat the 3ody in & Trusk, loaded It with Stones and Sank It is lala Slichiraa Ke Issistt that Pitsel Is Alive in San Salvador and tkat He Will Hear Ires Him Bhrntty Throng the Gel untac ef a Xvw Yrk Xewspaver. Phhdkxjphijl. Kov. 20. Areh-eousplrator H. H. Holmes, accompanied by Mrs Pitzel an J a pretty woman who calls herself Mrs. Holmes, arrived ta this city to-day in the custody of Detective Craaford ana Special Agent Parry, of tbe Fidelity Mutual Life As sociation. Mr. Prisel's sixteen-year-old daughter. Medx, and her one-year-old boy were ateo with ...

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

- Wednesday,- Thursday, BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR . C ABB ' and PACKAGE FINE CANBY Given to Our Customers Electric Light Flour . . s Lily Minnesota Flour . 3 Largest Rumford's Yeast Powder 3 Packages Pettijohn's Food 7 Ivory Soap ..... Teas. Gunpowder Tea 30c Pine Gunpowder Tea 86c Fancy Mixed Tea fiOc ! Choice Oolong Tea. 80c Choice Gunpowder Tea 06c Lxtra Choice Oolong Tea. 80e Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c Spring Leal Tea 6e Heno Tea OOe Fine Oolong Tea 85e Coffees. Ground Coffee. lSe Choice fiio Coffee 3&e Java Flavored Coffee. 26c Java and Mocha Coffee . 90c Old Government Java Coffee. 85c Best Mooba Coffee ....85c Levoring's Coffee 3&e Arbuckle's Coffee 25e Johnston's Breakfast Coffee 30c Sugars. Tor lb. Best Granulated Sugar 4c Best A Sugar. 4e C Sugar 4e Light Brown Sugar. 4c Cut Loaf Sugar 6c powdered Sugar 6c Fish. Per lb. Mackerel, 8 for 25 -16c Labrador Herring, doz. 15e Bmokofi Herring (fcox of 186) 30c Codfish (boneless), 6for SB 5e LOCAL I1EWS OF ALL SORTS Tho "Weat...

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

THE -WASHINGTGB TIKES, "W-EDKESDAY, NOVDSIBEB 21. 1S94. LONG SHOTS TO THE FROST Remorse the Only First Choice to Win at the Island Trach. LEVINA MEETS HER MATCH Bender Had No Trouble in. Keeping Kagnet Straieht and landing Eini Boforo the "Wier Tilly George Taylor by Very Clever Eidinp Brought Golddiggor Home Ahead. The public had hard work picking winnors at the Alexander Islaud course estorday, Eemorse being the only faorite to oaru brackets. Abe Garson and all his friends were down on the good thing. In the first xace Free Press, with Murphy up, fell, neithnr being hurt. The finish In this rnee vi as excit ing, five of the borsesbolnK heads apart at the end. The attendance -was big, and the betting lively. Magnet is always worth a hot when Bender has the mount, and the combination ye-ter-day was well backed in the third raee, despite levina b4uR a top-heay choice. Magnet won in moat inapreseie style, Bender keeping the HicLok colt from swerving. George Ta -lor also did a flne pie...

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

THE WASBXN"G-T02T TIMES, WEB1TE3DAY, 25 OVEMBEH 21, 1894. The Washington Times (EvBRY DAT B. THE YEAR! OWNED AND ISSUED BV The Washington Times Company t TIMES BUILDING, OETnwDsr Cokxek rmNEYLTANU athnub and Texto SntEEt Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SV. EuslQtss Office, 857. rfceDaHy Edition One Cent Sunday Bdltlon Three Cents. fly the month Tbirtr-nvo Coats. VNASHINGTON, D. C NOVEMBER 21, 16BL TEE FEBESATJ02P5 SELECTION. Tin federation of Labor, at its regular mwertag last night, indorsed Mr. John . B. Brady fee the position of building Inspector. The Times believes that the selection wns a ' wise oca. I While there are other candidates for tho j place of unquestionable fitness, tho Federa tion believes tbnt Mr. Brady's appointment ' would secure beyond question an efficient ad xiinfetraUoe in an important office, espe cially important to the workingmeu of tb District. Mr. Brady has n well-established reputation as an architect thoroughly ex perieaceu in all the details of building....

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

THE W-SHIKG-TOT TOIES, IVFDESDAY, STOVE i&IBEK 21, 1894. I $3.50 Sale. For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of eithT 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 $5. CO Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SKOE HOUSE, GEO. t RICH, 919 F. St Hemeved to Oppoglto Cornet. C.AJERBACHS Saxony Wool Gorman Hand-knit Jackets, Sl.4-9. Parties -who have been wearing my Jackets the ast veurs can be up- fliod Willi" ' All oolort, ai - -, all prades up At AUER BACH'S New Domestic Sewing Ma chine and Art Rooms. SOO 7TH ST. N. W. COR H. (Opposite Old "tand.) A Penny Saved I J is a pwnnv earned." You'll save W lots of them by trading -with us. A The best of Roods aud lowest of g " prices at all our stores. Y ? EmrichBeef Co., Main Market and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d Street. V (Teleph...

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

r THE WASHINGTON TOTES, WEDNESDAY, NOYBBEB 21, !S94. OVERCOATS All kinds. Long Ones, Medium Lengths, Extra Lengths, Padlocks, Cape Coats, Inverness Coats, Storm Coats, Ulsters, Smooth Fabrics, Rough Fabrics Wool, Italian or Silk Lining, Cloth or Velvet Collars, in fact, ever' stj'le and fabric worn is represented in OUR Stock. All stylishly cut and made and as per fect in fit as if you had been measured for them, and the prices are about oneialf as much as if 3rou had. $10 to $50 and full value at each and every price. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. ffe G---0 -O-O 3-0 I SEVERAL $12.50 i.AitincS ? W tiil remain. Ill 10 was not jr lrc. TtMty arc jro'd-filkxt cases .j Y ;inranuei for 15 years either y . fclciu or aJtbaui biem winder & either men e or Indie . A Geo. V. Spier, 31 0 th St. T A Jis abmaitie Ae t SPECIAL PRICE, 69c. This cut illustrates one of a few dozen ? U rr-rt-5- 0.wat(- J-r.Tr-, ft ' & uuioci .uuvcio Linn- if med with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

v . ' t f WASHIKGrTOiN", D. C.5 THURSDAY MtiKNTKGK GYII-BER 22, 1S94--SJX PAGES. VOL.1. 2s G. 249. o:ne cent. DID HOLIES KILLTHIS GIRL? Hiss Durfcee Suddenly Disappeared and He Claimed Her Property. FKESH CHAPTER OP HIS CRIMES JLsother Woman JJelievea to Have Shared the Sate of the "Williams Sisters President Tonse Has Information That Pitzel Is Alive Light on the Holmes Mystery. 6bica60, Nov. 21. Following close on the story of the mysteriotts disappearance of tho Williams sisters at the bands of Holmes, the life? insurance swindler, comes a third woman victim namely Mies Kate Durkee. Again it is the question, "Where is she? And ugam the answer: "Probably murdered." At all events, Kate Durkee had property, the documents representing the property cars into the hands of H. II. Holmes by then, the woman Mysteriously disappeared and Holmes showed title to the property. "Whoever Miss Durkee was she was not Miss "Williams; she was of dark complexion, dark eyes and hair, while Miss "Willl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

is. THE WASHING-TON TIMES, THUSDAT, NOVEMKEE 22, 1894. DOING HONOR TO THE CHIEF DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS asrv,iaL2S3 Reception to Gen. Lawler, Head of the G. A. R., bv Local f osts. Tor Consumption Investigation Still Going On. The Weather To-day. Fair; slight changes in temperature, winds mostly south. For Virginia, fair winds. V tV AUM- POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. Ill M ONEY SAVERS We have to-day placed on our counters some of the best bargains ever offered. We have pur chased from a large importing bouse tbeir line of samples of HOSIERY AND For Men, Ladies, and Children, at ONE-THIRD of the VALUE. We offer them to our patrons at 1 5c Hose will cost you 8c. 20c Hose will cost you 1 Oc. -25c Hose will cost you 1 2 1 -2c. 40c Hose will cost you 20c. 50c Hose will cost you 25c. . Equally as good bargains will be the samples of Merino Underwear for Men, Ladies and Children. Please note these goods; some only are slightly soiled, some perfect, some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1894. JOCKEY LEWIS RODE WELL By Persistent WorK He Landed Ben volio vinncr at Alexander Island. GOOD BETTING WAS THE RULE Ten Bookmakers Laid Against tie Starters and tho Pencilers Had Bather the Worst of the Game Torenso, at Long Odds, Was the Only Outsider to Earn Brackets. T Jookey Harry Lewis cave a flne exhibition o riding in the second race at the Alexander Island course yesterday. He had the mount on Bam olio, and at one stage of the j ourney the latter looked to bo helplessly out of it, but Lewis by hard and persistent work landed his mount first three parts of a length before the favorite, Ontario. Four of the" winners were well played, while Foronzo, at 30 to 1, proed the surprise of the day. Ten books were on, and they all had good business, the attendance being larger than usual. The tract was slow but the rac ing interesting, all of the finishes being close. The lat raoa was a excellent affair, evorj starter being more or les...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

TELE WASBXKG-TQjST TIMES, THUESDAY, TOTEMBER 22, 1894. TheWashinglDnTiraBS. fflTBET DAT rx the Yeim OWNKD AND ISSUED BY Tfce VJashlritjtou Times Companj TJXBS BUILDING, SOCTETTXST COEWKT. lTKXBTLVAJOi. ATEKDS XI?D TBKTH ErEETI. Telephone Editorial Booms, 48t Business Office, SS7. rrice. Dally Edition One Gent Eundnylifiltion..." .......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-are Ceats. WASHINGTON, D. 0 NOVEMBER'S, ISSi. NO KOBE "GECWNEE'S O.TJBST." In his annual roport to the Commissioners ex-Coroner Woodward makes two liipbly commandable recommendations. Oae Is to aWJah the office of coroner and create in stead that ot medical examiner; the other, to abolish the earoaer's jury. The "crowner" and the "orowner's jury" and the "crowner's quest" are hoary ratios of the days when medical scion ee was an in fant in swaddling oiotaes; when the investi gation of crime proceeded by the crudest im r.gmabie methods; when everything con nected with the administration of JusUoe was cumbrous and primit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

THE TVSHINGTOr TUttE, TTTJTTDAY, NOYEMBEE 22, 1894. K $3.60 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. VJ. RICH, 919 F. St SG-5-0-&-00 SO f - riiies:and ? 9 Freshest of oods ? f For the very lowest prices. 9 A That Is the sign by which we're Q W known. If you're looking to your w i own interest you'll market with the i EmrichBeef Co., Main Markot and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d Street f (Tolonhono3i7. V BRANCH MARKETS: V ta 371S 14th St X W. Cist and K Sts. X. TV. g V 2026 14th St. X. W. 2d & Ind. ave. X. W. V f 4th and I Sts. X. W 5th and 1 Sts. X. W. ft 8th and M Sts. X. W. S057 M St X. W. V faith St A Pa ave X. W. Q 18th t. X Y are. X. W Y "Daisy Bra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1894. Big- lot of those famous Blue and Black Rough Cheviot Suits at FIF TEEN DOLLARS. All ' sizes and ail shapes.' They are the best clothing value to-day in Washing-ton. You'll find greatly inferior ones quoted elsewhere as specially good things at $ 1 S and S20. See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Overcoats, also. They, too, mean a saving to you of five dollars from other prices. Isn't it worth saving? Other people think so, and so will you when you see the garments. Robinson, GIibpu & Go., Clothes, Hals, Furnishings, Tweifth and F Sts. 1 AST EMBROIDERY NEEDS 9 Of all the places in $ I our Store you should f certainly visit our f J ART EMBROIDERY ?DEPARTMENT9 $ first, filled as it is $ $ with all the newest ? things for Holiday Gifts. 9 ? ? ? SPECIAL SALE of TINTED ? GOODS. I 1 1 Lot Tinted Table I f Covers, 36x36 f 2Ic Each. I Lot Tinted Duck f Center Pieces Size l8:IS--20c Each, f $ Size 2Dx20-25c Each, a f I Lot Tinted Duck k ? ? Bureau Scar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

t FFgpw S"w m " a p i y$ m p m h j? TOIi.l, 3TO. 250. WASHIGTOlSr, D. C, FRIDAY MOULIN Q, NOVEMBER 23, 1894 SIX PAGES. cxne CENT. EOWE'S DEALS WITH HOLMES fie Kill Not Talk About Them Now, but Tells About Mrs. PitzeL C5HE EMPLOYED HIM IN THE CASE With Hor Little Daughter He "Went Phila delphia, "Where the Child Identified Her Father's Beraains He Collected "the In surance Money and Got a 82,500 Tee. PmuuEL,rHiA. Nov. 22. Jeptha D. Ho wo, the young St. Louis lawyer, who, In conneo tion with H. H. Holmes, is charged with de frauding a local insurance company oat of 610.000, reached Philadelphia at noon to-day from Washington, where ho stopped oyor on his way from St. .Louis yesterday. Ho was met at the depot by Marshall F. McDonald, ol St. Louis, who is the law partner of young Howe's brother, and together they wont to the office of Superintendent of Police Lin den, where ho surrendered himself. After an interview in Supt. Linden 's office betweenthe superintendent, McDonald, Howe and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

' THE WASHING TOls TIMES, EHIDAT, KOYHMHEK 23, 1894. 2 h AUNTS POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. Dry Goods Department. ok 6 Dress Patterns All-wool LojiSacking. Sold at 50c. I?ed Ticket Prlco, 25c. yard. 2 Dress Tan eras Armuro Cloth, ono blue, one old rose. SoldatoOc. lied .ticket One piece Black Flannel. Sold at 40c Red Tlckot Price, 25c. yard. Fevornl lots of Fancy Milks Sold at $1 00. Hed Ticket Prlco, C5C. yard. Several soiled Blankets and Comforts at Hed Ticket Prices. Children's Underwear Department. 14 Scarlet Vests andPants. Sir.es 16 and 20. Sold for-SOc. Bed '1 icket Price, 15c. each 3 Children s Coats, lzes 2 and 4 years Sold at $0 CO. Bed Ticket l-rlco. 2 2o .... . nt . ji. a ri. -. flUt i?a Tlffl'flt 'in v One lot OI sine aua orsioa unnarou s caps ooiu .- . .. .v.. . .., -Ono lot of Ladies' Garments, slightly soiled. Sold at 51.50 .Red Ticket Prlco, GSc Ono lot of Ladies' Ribbod Merino Vests. Sold at 50c. Red Ticket Price, 33a Cloak Department. 1 Ladies' Coat...

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