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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

THE WASBXKGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S3. 1894. ILLUME AT LAST ffl KIND Green Morris' Former Horse Landed a Race at the Island TracK. BUT.OKE FAVORITE SUCCESSFUL Blaotfoot Came to the Eescuo of the Public "by Capturing tie Last Race The Other Winners "Were c'ocond and Third Choices Corbley TookHonlahan's Whip Away. Ultima, tho animal over the sale of which Green Morris and H. "D. Mclntyro rocontly had nn arRuuiont, ran kind yostordiy at tho Alexander Island track, nnd it tvus easy for him to win. His now ownor, Frank Wolr, had gotten tired of burning tip money on tho horse, and did not have a bet down. The attendance was good and olevan iwncilers handled the monoy, which was Ircoly bet. In the Illume raco Houlahan, who had the mount on Jack Wynne, startod to use his whip at the lowor turn, but Oorbley, on Illume, Miced it, and Houlahan had to finish the raae witkout a bat. Tho bay made a complaint to the Judges, but the latter took no action. A pneumatic saddle was used on Jersey w...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

THE WASEXNGS-TOrN TIMES. FRIDAY, 5TOTEMBEK 23, IS94. ThBWashinaton Times (Eyxxt Dat in the TeueJ OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SounmxsT Coewex YzsysrwASU. Avekcb and Tenth Srarin: telephone Edltoritl Booms, 435. Business Office, SS7. J'rloe.De.ny Edition One Cent Bandar Edition ......Three Cents. By the month.. ...... ...Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. WELL DONE. Tes Tuns tenders its most cordial felicita tions to Inspector of Buildings John B. Brady, the Commissioners, and the citizens of the District of Columbia. Apart from feeling a pardonable pride In the fact tbat it ad o cated Mr. Brady's appointment to tiie re sponsible position for -which be has been selected, The Tihes is conQdent that In making their choloe tho Commissioners have consulted tho best interests of the property holders and residents of the District. By appointing Mr. Brady as tho successor of the late Thomas B. Entwisle tho Commis sioners have furnishe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIM.JES, V&lDJx, jskj v jlsljdjuxx ,o3 lw. fl. $3,50 Sale. For a few dayc 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. Ladies' 55. OO Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St "Daisy Brand" Cheese, 12 CENTS TO-DAY ONLY. New-born Egs. irn vr liU 1 BIUU w yui; 944 La. Ave. WHOLESALE ONLY. CS 8 1 & S' GO-SO Bread Baked I At Home ? Isn't as good as QUAKER BREAD W and costs mora It's only 4c loaf. 1 iuaaer Bread is the best in every w partioular the whitest, lightest, i mos. wholesome, most delicious y .made. Look for the red, white, and 1 blue label on every loaf Don't ac- cent a substitute. L R 2TWell serve you promptly if W your grocer doesn't handle it I CHAS. SCHNEIDER, 1 413 I St. N. W. I J ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 November 1894

THE W-ASHrNGKTU TJLM.ES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. Clothes for Boys Of all ages are HERE in greater variety of new and nandsome fashions than ai other two stores com bined, for our boys' department is a store complete in itself, not a side issue. See our stock of Overgarments, Reefers, Ulsters, Cape Coats, Oversacks, Box Coats, every fashionable shape worn is HERE in the proper fabrics and at less than others' prices, and your money back for anythiug you purchase here at the least hint of dissatisfaction. Clothes, Hats, TWELFTH AND 729 SEVENTH STREET. Christmas Opening! TO-DAY feeautiful SOUVENIR CARD given to our JfeAi" iPO "111 flf"i Tl Q IN PRICES FOR THE OCCASION, Electric Light Flour S3 bbl. Lily Minnesota Flour. S4- bbl. 3 Largest Rumford's Yeast Powder 25c. 3 packages Quaker Oats 25c. 3 paokages Pettijohn's Food 25c. 7 Ivory Soap 25c. 7 Borax Soap 25c. 7 Star Soap 25c. Best Mixed Tea 50c. lb. JAVA and MOCHA COFFEE 30c. lb. 2 cans Baby Brand Milk .'..-: 25c. 3 1-2 pounds Lard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

) VO!L.l. 2TO. 25 U WASHIGTO D. C, SATURDAY MORjSTIQ-, KOYJE3IBEK 24, 1S94 SIX PA&ES. -s OSTE CEN"T. BELIEYE PITZEL IS ALIYE Chicago Police Haw a Clew Pointing to His Residence in St. Louis. LSWSRS IN HIS HANDWRITING Whereabouts of Minnie and Anna Williams Net Yet Discovered The Former Thought Surely to Have Been a Confederate of Holmes "So Admits That Soth Are Alive. Chicago, Nov. 23. The Chicago police havo obtained a elew regarding Benjamin F. Pltzol, the accomplice of H. H. Holmee, alias Howard, -who is now detained at Philadel phia on ehargos of having swindled an insur ance company out ot $10,WH. Pitzel had lived up to May 1 last on Madison avenue near Sixty-third street. It was found that Pitzel had vacated his first apartments on May land removed the furniture to 497 Sixty-third street. On or about August 1 last he was in the city, ostensibly to make arrange ments regarding the removal of his house hold effeote to St. Louis, where he intended making his home for the wint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

" s WIDOW OLIVER'S GONQDEST Judge Miller to Unravel a Hiich tanglcd Matrimonial Skein. DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY HOW TO REACH THE HEATHEN iiS UNITED STATES HGSDEMY For Consumption Investigation Still Going On. What Christian Endeayorers Can Do to Support Missions. OF- J Thirteen. Citizens of This City Havo Beon Interviewed. DEATH, DIVORCE, AND BIGAMY REV. T. D. PENFIELD'S ADDRESS THE TTASHINGrTQy TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1894. SSf'9 TDK HUNDREDS of distinguished citizens, Congressmen, lawyers, doctors, clergymen, andjaymen cured of rupture by Dr. I'arfcer without operations or pam lias convinced the reading and thlnhinc public thnt ruptures are as curablo as nny other common complaint There are no failures or experiments in Dr. Parker's system of euro No cure, no nay VARICOCELE Is the croat destroyer of all that makes llf o desirable to man. It renders happy mtrrlnco impossible. It makes weak, feeble, limp, shambling shadows of men. If you have "V arlcocele or ere suflerinc from ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1894. 3 lYORITES won the money lr of the Alexander Island - Races Captured by First Choices. XME'S TEMPER IMPROVED rank "Woir'a Bocont Purchase Ban Kind Once Again and Put Another Bace to His Credit EclipEC Got the Verdict in the Closing Event by a Narrow Margin. Fnllv 2.000 ddopIo patronized the Alexander Island courso yesterday and the mnjority came avray Ieellng very well satisfied with iheir day's sport, as four favorites finished in iront, Thoinish in tno closinf; event was a corker. EoIIdso comlnc with a whirlwind of epeedin the stretch and snatching victory from Benvolio by a nock. It looked dollars ; to donchnuts Eclipse could never get up, as I the field rounded the turn for Homo. Illume asain ran kind and as a natural con- aeanence had only to gallop to beat his field. rPrank "Weir did not get fooled the second time and had a good net down on his horse. ILakevicw celebrated his first appearance in a race at this track bv running...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

THE ASBXtfGrTQN TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1894. The Washington Times ffiTEKTDAT n THE YEiXl OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, FODTHWEST COISKEK pENXSTLyAltti. AVENUE XXV t Tnrg Street: relephwie Editorial Rooms, 4SI Business Office. 3S7. Price, TJatly Edition .' Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tie mentb Thlrty-flTo Cents. Washington, d. c, Novembers, isbl THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and newsstands: American House 7(k t. and Pa. nve. nw. Arlington. The..... Vt. ave. and II tL nw. Cociuau, Tiio 14th and K fits. nw. Con, D U&Co fWJGstuw. IbUitt Home 14th anil FsB. nw. Cm-iiter. Ntrfson 6tt V at. nw, Hnge.'Hermaim SJSBPa. not nw. Kail. John W .tO.G'6L nw. Hall, hhoewakor Mh and K sis. ee. Hamilton. The 14tto and Kstenv. Uay8, .T. $96 II st nw. ! oages, Jt. Bt... 1812 Pa. ava nw. Johnson Hotel 18th andEste. nw. Juce, t. H 17U6F&. nve. nw. lacey.JchuT ..608 7th St. nw. la orotndi .,lfih a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

THE WASBXNeTQK TIMES, SATUBDAT, NOYEMBER 24, 1894. K $3.50 8ale. For a few days $3.50 will pur ohase 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 $5.00 Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' $3.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St RILEY'S GOAL PRICES it, low water mark. Buy now before the tide rises. 2,240 pounds Chestnut Coal, $5.00. Pea Coal, $4-25. No dirt fco slate no bone. Pine -wood, S1.00 a cord. Oak, $5.00. Tfaoee flcuras are exclusive with us. Prpinpt attention given mail and tele phone orders. Thos. W. Riley, WSI& FOOT 11THASD12TH STS. S.W. TELEPHONE, 1764. No Reason Why You Shouldn't Market Here. We guarantee every thing we sell satisfactory and sell everything at the lowest prices for which you can possibly buy it. You know what you've been paying...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 November 1894

THE WSHXSr&TOjS TIMES, SATUKJDAY, !N OYEIBEB 2d, 1894. OUTER GARMENTS. We have some exceptionally rich and choice styles in Boys' Ulsters, Reefers, and Cape Coats, manufactured for US exclusively. Fur-trimmed Ulsters in Light Tweeds and Blue-black Beaver and Kersey. Double-breasted Box Coats in Blue and Black Kersey Beaver and neat Mixed Tweeds and Cassimeres. Reefers in Cam el's Hair Cheviots and foreign and domestic Chinchilla-some wool-lined, some silk-lined, others with Italian or serge lin ing edges plain, piped, or braided velvet collar, or deep sailor collar of same material. In fact, every fashionable style and reliable quality in outer garments for boys of all ages. Prices, as USUAL, the LOWEST OBTAINABLE ANYWHERE for same qualities. Robinson, Ghenj & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. UNEQUALED. Title magnificent Genuine Diamond .Cluster Ring. CoalalaeS genuine diamonds and eltaortur qwdfea, ruby, seiijtliire, or em oral d center. The ntltngte soli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

TIMES "VOL.1. :NX. 252. WASHTtfeTOiSr, D. 0., SUNDAY MORNIKQ-, NOYEZVI35BR 25, 1S94 TWELYE PAG-ES AND ART SUPPLEMENT. THKEE CEKTS. YALE BLUE FLOATS ALOFT While Harvard Crimson Trails in the Dust of Bitter Defeat jMAXY FLAYERS WERE INJURED Both Teams Pat Up fl Strong Game ana Bat tled. Hard for Victory Harvard Hade a . tubbora Fight, tint Yale's Luck Carried the Day by a Eoore of 12 to 4. Spbikofixld, Mass., Nov. 24. After each Harvard-Yale football game for twenty years now writers of news htetory have been obliged to open the animal record of these encountors with the trite statement thnt "Yale again de feats Harvard.' This, to be sure, is not litorally the fact, be cause Harvard bus, sinco 1375, when the rec ord began, wrenched two victories from the New Haven men. Hut the goneral trend and upshot has been such as to promt at last a question in the publta mind as to -What's the use?" Harvard, though beaten to-day, played good football agatafet fates that might well nign be seen in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

THE WASHXNGrTON TIMES, SUjDAT, NOVEMBER 25, 1894. 2 I LansliorgliMni. j f 1 f f I THANKSGIYIKG J PROCLAMATION. J f This Is the time when all hearts are giving thanks for benefits of the past year, and we are no less thankful than the most appreciative, hence to prove our gratitude to you, and to your satisfaction, we give you Thanksgiving Linen Bargains, which are very low in price and ex quisite in both design and quality that would make the most thankless re joice. 54-inch Heavy Qual ity Irish Damask, 40c. Yd. 60-inch Heavy Qual ity German Damask, 50c. Yd. 62-inch Fine Quality Irish Damask, 65c. Yd. $ 66-inch Fine Quality $ $ Irish Damask, ? 75c. Yd. I 8-4 Extra Fine Qual- 1 1 ity Satin Damask, $1.00 Yd. I 9 9 f 6-8 Napkins to Match, $2.25 $ f Doz. f 3-4 Napkins to Match, $3.00 f f Doz. , 9 8-4 Extra Fine Qual- ity Satin Damask, ! $1.25 Yd. 1 9 m 3-4 Napkins to Match, f" $3.75 Doz. Q 8-4 Extra Fine Quality 1 f Satin Damask, V 2 SI. 50 Yd. J 3-4 Napkins to Match, V f $4.50 Doz. Y f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

s "E -THE WASHIWG-TON TIMES, SITNBAT, NOYEMBER 25, 1894. HONEST JOHN IN DISGRACE Owner Crolter's Entries Will Ko Longer Be Received at the Island. JOCKEY CLARE WAS SUSPENDED Erratic Performance and Handling of the Horso Xask Caused the Alcxandor Island OffioialB to Take Extreme Measures with Owner and Eider Fagin's Succosb a Shock The officials of the Alexander Island track yesterday notified Honest John Oroker no more entries would be reoeived from his stable, aud also suspended Jockey Glare. This notion was taken because of the peculiar manuor'ln -which Croker's horse Mask has been handled ia his races. Mask-was a starter In the fourth race yesterday, and Clare, as usual, had the mount and finished, as usual, In the rack. It is probable one or two other owners will be Given Bimiiar medicine unless their borsae show more consistent form. It was a hard day for the public, as Levina was the only first choice to win. One of the hottest tips of the meeting was Marguerite in the opening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOYpEMBBE 25 !S94. TheWashinslion Times ff VXHX DAT XX TEX TEAS) OWKED AND ISSUED BI The VJasbincjton Times Company TIMES BUILDER, BOCTXTTXST OCKKTX YKXVmTMXU. XTDfTB XXD TENTH STCEBZ telephone Editorial Booms, 461 Scclneu OQci, 337. Trice, DaQr Edition On Cent iuneay Edition ......Three Cento, Br tli month .....Thlrtj-flve Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, NOTEJIBEB25, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th 6t. and Pa. are. xvr. Arlington. The Vt. are. and H st. rnr. Cochran, Tho 14th and K sta. nvr. Ooon, D L. & Co CSS G st. nw. EMjitt House 14th and Pets, nw. Evans 33th and O eta. nw. Graham, Cfc as. II 1250&Mst nw. Guenther, Nelson. ..609 Fst. nw. Bege, Hermann 153 Pa. ave. nw. HaJl, John W. 607 G St. nw. Ball, Shoemaker Sth and K eta. ee. Hamilton, The 14th and E etc nw. Hayes, J. E 206 H at. nw. Bodges, K. B 1212 Pa. are. nw. Johnson Hotel IStb andEsts. nw. Joyce, G....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

T1XE TTASHING&CXN- TIMES, SUNDAY, JTOYEMBEE 25, 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: Man's S6.00 French Patent Cair 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 Laos Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St. They are the Best. WHOLESALE ONLY. m wmi tu i lEyy 9 ubi 944 La. Ave. TELEPHONE 293- PLAIN TALKI Make a List of The Furniture And Carpets you Need Get the Lowest prices You can find In Any cash store In Washington Bring this list Here, and we Will duplicate Quality and Price on Vo notes to sign no interest to pay nothing but a promiao, and a little money weekly or monthly. You'll And our prices started in plain figures they are cash or credit aa 70a please. Wo make and lay all carpet free of cost. No charge for waste In matching...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

H THE WASHT&r&TOH TIMES, STJKDAT, OYEMBBE 25. 1894. READ! FOR THE BIG GAME Armasl Football Contest fpr the Cham pionship of the District COMPOSITION (ff RIVAL TEAMS GolttraWa Athletic Club and Georgetown Col lego Elevens Will Meet Thanksgiving Day in Their Begular Yearly Strntrgrle for Supremacy Karnes of the Players. The annual Thanksgiving Day football gome Ir rba ouampioniiliip of tbo District ol Cotantite 1ms beeorao a fixed institution, and the eontcet next Tnorsdiiy afternoon between Georgetown Oftllego and tbo Columbia Ath letic Olab Mis fair to odinso all previous games in point ol Interact and attondance. Tfte National Baseball Park "will be, as usual, the scene of battle, and tbo members of both teams have been in hard training for two months or more in preparation for this regu lar evettt of tlia local football season. More taLt is being beard about the coming game tbaa ever before this onrly, and quito a number of wagers have been made on the re sult. The Georget...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

THE WASHING TOM TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER So. 1894. SUGAR IAS MOST ACTIVE It Gained Three-Fourths on the Day's Transactions. NORTHWEST ALSO ADVANCED JKariet Generally Strong In Tone and Nearly the Entire list Ehowod Gains Over the Day Previous A Tew Bear Raids Were Made, hnt Ead No lasting Effect NewYobe, .Nov. 2L The Btook market during tho two hours of business to-day was generally strong in tone, and, except for a lew of the specialties, prices at the closo showed advances on the day's transactions. Sugar, which showed most activity, was In pood During demand in the early dealings, end recorded an ndvance of per cent, hut Was subsequently sold down &, with a final rooovery of the entire loss, making a gain on tho day of 5. Tho preferred rose . Beading was subjected to a bear attack and broke 1 per cent, ol which had been re gained at the close. Northwest advanced on tiie covering of abort contracts, but tho Btock being in good supply, the shorts took occasion to put out some fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

w 8 THE "WASHIlGTOK TI-M.ES, SUNDAY, NOYEMBER 25, 1894, MR. BIRNEY INTEMDS TO WIN A well known fact that we sell more neckwear than any three haberdashers in town. The rea son is very plain. We sell at FIFTY CENTS. The very same grade that others ask 75c. and $1.00 for. And we give you about five times i&e variety to select from. See our present line all the newest shades, colors, combinations, and patterns in Tecks, four-in-hands, graduated and wide-end four-in-ihands, Ascots, De Joinvilles, string and new shape bows the biggest and prettiest assort- aaent you ever saw better ones up to the finest to be had, but our 50c. is the talk of the town. Robinson? Ciiery & Co CLOTHES, HATS, AND FURNISHINGS, 1 2TH AND 0'j',''0 Buy where your money will go farthest. When It comes to clothing we know, and you ought to know, that as we're .retiring from business this entire mammoth slock must be sold before January 1, 1S95, and that neither cost nor value will be a hindrance to a sale. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJNDAT, NOYEMBEE 25. 18D. AMUSEMENTS. New National Theater Week Opening Monday, November 26, Thanksgiving Week, HOYT'S Specially Selected Cast From Hoyt's Theater, New York. - WEDNESDAY MATINEE SATURDAY. - Special Matinee Thursday Thanksgiving. Next Week DELLA FOX OPERA COMPANY. RGHDEM SPECIAL PRICES: Orchestra Chairs, reserved. $1 SO Orchestra Circle, reserved 1 00 1 irt four rowa Dress Circle, reserved 75 Italauce Itaeeb Circle SO Gallery 25 Prtoee Wednesday Matinee 25 and SO. Return of the Big Success, CANARY & LEDERER'S Colossal Comedy Organization. r " - tt-itz- r 110 ! PEOPLE. rH.lilE III EinllWf. a. jltss rwjb.ji. j nA&v jljb b ONE VEEK AND - r, IEnfant Prodieue Ballet, J"5 H fc. I Canary n Ledwar IfekMinnies, ! The Splendid Specialties. Vernona J arbeau , Lucy Daly, Jessie Carlisle, Madge Leasing, May Ten Broeck, Sylvia Thorne, La Petite Adelaide. Increased Orchestra, Directed by George B. Towle. "A Good Thing Push It Along." Next Week LEW C I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

10 TKJ3 WASHXSTGTOiSr TIMES, SUNDAY, IsTOYEMBEE 25. 1S94. AMOHG SECRET SOCIETIES Matters of Interest to Brethren Who Meet on the Quiet. DOINGS OP DISTRICT MASONS OdaTeUowB to Hold a Pair Grand Visita tions in Several Orders Smokers the Tad Hew, Especially When Held Behind Closed Doors Other Interesting Katter. "Worshipful Brother Col. Isaac S. Tichenor, past master, was greeted by one of the largest Mosonlo audiences on Thursday evening last that has gathered this season, even duringtbe grand visitation, to listen to the distinguished brethren who had been secured to lecture be fore the several lodges of this Jurisdiction on those occasions. The commodious oatbodral of the Scottish Plte. -wherein Harmony Dodge, No. 17, holds Its meetings, was taxed to its greatest ca pacity. Interesting as -were these glimpses of the rites, -which surrounded the birth of specula tive Masonry, of far more importance was the description of Masonry as it is to-day prac ticed, both in tbooryand in fact,...

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