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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 November 1895

C- Jft --"1" THE HORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S3, 1895. Neckwear Needs. Lensliyrgli &Bro $ f LOOK TO YOUR NEEDS $ IN NECK DRESSINGl q Advance sale of Fall $ Neckwear. An entirely 9 new line at 25c and 50c. g Nothlns so wslcnme In a Bantiem3n3 wardroto as a 0 few extra nock Drostl.ics. rt At thase low flsuroa you V can afford to buy a few Q more than you really need. X You will find them handy. Fenr-in-taaJs. 25c A largo variety woven patterns In fancy color sllfc or satins. All full shaped. Also Plain ClaoK. in excel lent quality-plain satin or gro grain si k. PIsiQorFiowiigEo3Teck3..25c Cut from tho same mate rial as tho above, made full and larce. No skimpy ssams band made to fit the largest neck. AdjnsiaDle Band Bswj. 25c A new Idea In Band Bows forstandlnc collars. Madoso the size can bo altered a perfect imitation of a self tied scarf. Good quality silk or satin In plain black. Cluli Ties.. .25c Full Lenjzth Club Ties, with proper size ends black or fanclo;-sllk or sat...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 November 1895

Zy' &$rvs'ttt$&$: " mp'-' S!rjrr'r Ertj v.? -Ttffe-V r -TV i""- S -.-;;" - 0 TEE MOBiyiXG- TI31ES, SATURDAY, SQV.E5EBER 23, 1895. vwj(ei1t.5rfj;7-.,fir "-'-'jEr tJf y Daily Bargains. 01 SIS! OUliCO We arc overstocked in this line and must, jet rid of some of them to make room for new goods constantly coming in. "We have made a whole sale reduction in the prices on all our Parlor Suites. Three Piece fcnlte. Mahogany fln Itaed fltnie, upholstered Broca- ff I Q nn Fix Piece Fulto. .Vaboga'iy dn lshed frame, upholstureil, crushed tT Q nn rivo Piece Overstuffed Suites, up holstered Empire Tapestry Iriused, (TOC nn eprluceJEo 4ZuiUU Six Tiece Suite, Mahogany finished COO flfl frame, upholstered Tapestry. .PJZ.UU tt S. Suite, Ave pieces uphol stered .Brocatollc, fringed, spriuc CC flfl Js. JJ'tO.UU ITrerieee bulto. Mahogany flu-tTQ flfl fclietl framo ,2)40. UU Six Piece. Solid Mahopany frame, upholstered, lirocatollo, siring (TQC fin Many other Suites at proportionately- low prices...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 November 1895

-v: tr t.. ,ty.!y.ir-.wig;-3fiftgta-5iB' THE MORNING TIMES, SAUTRDA.Y, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. -aiv- TravvcnrJ' -''"' "" SI IE CI A I, XOTI CE3. iir.v. t. ni-wrrr tauiage.d. i. V11 preach every Sabbath evening nt 7:30 irclortr. and also Thanksgiving morn ing. November 28, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at Flrat Presbyterian Church. 4 1-2 sL. bet. C anil i. no23-sa.nio,tu.we CALL at I'. Cannon's. 305 10th st liw.Triir thcpurc Wilson Whisky. nolS-Gt-cm i.nnAL notices, ISSUED November 22, 1S05 Estate of LiHlc b. Laiuli. late of tlie Dlslrict of Coluiiitiin. No. 0950, Document -1. Application lraing been made to the su preme court of tlie District or Columbia, lioUIln orphans' court for probate of a last will elated Scpteinlier 21, 1691, and for inters or .idiii.uistratlon on uM t.tate, by H.uilel S. Lamb, her hu.bu.ind, tills la to rive iioluc to all concerned to appear In Said court on Friday, Hie 20th uay of December, A. D., lb'.tG, at 10 o clock a. in., to snow cause why such application Bhould nu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 November 1895

Tarvs,wir.3K-."55'f(5 yvf-i-h,'f.' -' C -i 5-v A -s-et-v'' a -f-j , ; --eRrfvBS-- vj'flcjs3;i.'rs5PS' i?iwrf-TBes.".:Str-5we,'w"s-aG--''" THE MOKNIN'Gr TIMES, SATURDAY, JTOVEMBER 23, 1893. 8 : rt-Sp.-a"-JSrl--t-" v Weather "!' Bureau ays rain or snow today, but if it is fair tomorrow j-ou and the bojs will want to wear your new clothes. Come to us today, and whatever is lacking- to complete your outfit can be supplied in a" few minutes better and more satifactorily than any one else in town can supply you," for Tiereyou have the -biggest and best variet3' of " v " - Men's Suits, '-",f:-r " Overcoats, Boys' Suits, - --.-- " Overcoats, -. . " Reefers, Men's and Boys' Hats, " Shoes, - -Furnishings of all kinds. - -. All at lowest possible prices for like qualities, and your money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., 12th and F St 1 furnishings. IZ-Hl UilU 1 l-.Z. I HATS, SHOES. LAST CONSIGNMENT of the immense llazclton stock which we bought at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

fi- 095 7QQ was the TIMES' clrcu lOj,UD laiion for last week. The STAR'S circulation JQQ JQ for last week was . . . lOL, W THE WEATHER TO-DAY. wz crimes Fulr , , CoOllT , Winds shifting to westerly. VOi. 2. 2STO. 617. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOYE3IBEK 24, 180o.--TW.EXTY PAGES. THREE CENTS. OXTEEiM PAQES-OF MEW H0 1 -DRINK- MSJBTJE SAVIOUR According to Conservatives He Has Preserved Peace. WILL THIS FLING WEDGE GET THROUGH? ilQSOPOlY STOCKS DROP Gas and Electric Values Hcve Been Effected. FATE OF TURKISH SUSPECTS SOME SIGNIFICANT FIGURES '--- u. I I . u -" Washington Brewery Company's Breiued from the ' finest malt and Jwps, and pronounced by analysis to bo " Strictly PUre." BREWERY AXD OFFICES, iftjOth, Band FSts.H.E., City: Telephone, 1293. HARRY WILLIAMS - - Manacer. MUNOZ DEFEATED BY RABI Spanish Troops Surrounded Large Forces of Kebels. by Cubans Add Two Victories to Their List Insurgents Threaten to llurii Vast Sugar Estates. Sautlago de Cuba, Nov. 14, via Key West, N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

- f THE JVIQUNnSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1993..- F Street I fctorai-o Warehouse, Comer Eleventh- I SttnearM. - Our OVERSTOCK SALE OF OVER ED STUFFED PARLOR FUR NITURE is an attraction that's unusual. Stock's too big- for us to display it prop erly " on our Parlor Floors. We've determined to reduce it by means of tbe old price cutting method. $10 to J20 off the lowest marked prices on suites that were from $50 to $100. $5 to $15 off all suites under $50. $10 to $35 off all over Side' Your choice is practically unlimited. Oao of those Overstuffed Suites together with two 01 three dainty pieces to flit lu will furnish a Draw ing 1:00m iu the latest '95-'3j style. S&T0LL1 IIDII. RED OP Cardinal Gibbons Talks About the Consignor's Elevation. CEREMONY OF INVESTITURE It TTIU Take Place In the Baltimore CathedrulInvltatlousfor the Event 5o Helms Printed Title of Able Knte Already Transferred to Dr. Sburettl batolli Golns to Homo. Iialtlraore, Md , Nov. 23. Cardinal Gib bons today ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

-W --- 'r&r -"Wimr':&'?Fr ' TILE 3EOU.&EXG TITLES, SlI-PAY, XOVEaLBER- 24, 1805. 0 03Wr wwtti.M i DINING CHAIR, 98c'. CHINA CLOSET, $16.50 G KSTtR Lansburh's Rink and faster are th Suits and Overcoats that have to be sacrificed in order that we may obey orders from Bos ton and close up' at once. The goods are all, new and fresh, made for tgis winter's trade the best in the city. Here are a few price pointers: Thanksgiving will be here tills weelTwitli its attendant festivities. Don't you want sonic new Parlor Furniture? You want to make a 'good appearance before your guests. We have made special prices on all our Parlor Furniture for this week, and if you want anything, now is your time to buy. Our prices were low before, now they are doubly lbw. .--... MEN'S SUITS. 1 yfi"' f J 803 MARKET SPACE. LEWIS B. MOORE, Manager. B&&r&'&Vfe M. GOLDENBERG, 92S 7th St. Silks-and black goods at 'most half. The .11m ix ot Bilk and Black Gok1s Mllitic has mine. Nothing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

'V"'V -'pp(r -j;f T- TnE JfORNIKG TIMES, STTNTDAY, KOVJSMBEK 24, 1895. v, - - - ThsWashingtonTimss 1:oi.mo, Evlmmi, ap Str-mvr ) OWNED AND ISSUEI LU The Kahhlnqton Times Company, times iiuildinq. Ro?nnvv-iOTConEitrBr.Nsvi.vASiA Avzxrs and Textu btkikx. Telephone Editorial Hoosis, IM Serines Oraco" 3J:. Wee Morning or Evening E4iiioa..One Cent. Eunuaj LMIIIon. Three Cents. UcntUj ly Carrlor - Horning and Sunday. Thlrty-flre Cents. Ercnlug Thirty Cents. slornintr, 1 Evening ani- Fjftt Cents. bund ay, J The Times' Branch Olfices. TlieTliiie,"Li1tIeNofvMercliiint" can secure tlielrnuiiplyofMonilngaEd BvenlngTImesnttho follow lngbruucb offices: Frank Sinltli-ltti and G Ms. nw. M. McNulty, 133U Mill xt. iivr A. b. sicciosUa-, iaiu vtn t. nw. II. IluCr, 2153 I'll. live. 11 w. - Joseph Linden, 400 8tb Ht.o. . J. XV. Jolm-on, 40 II Rt. lie. IV. F. Mnckiiy, 2l II t. lie. JUHepli l'etlguat, GOU Tib ht. bit. AfivTtl.eiiiorii lelt nt any of tlio above branche will receive tbejuino,; prompt atten...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

v THE ItlOllNItfG TIMES, SUNDAY, JSTOVEJMBER 24, 1895. Xl T,Uri.,c.4iw.i-rl'' Calo muiii.3givuig uiv of Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, and Cut Glass. To enable you to dress 3'our Thanksgiving table as it should be dressed, we shall inaugurate the coming week a special sale of best quadruple-plated Tableware, Cutlery, aiifl Brilliant Cut Glass. As is plainly evident, the following items are considerably below regular prices : A handsome quadruple-plated-Silver Tea Set of five pieces, the cream pitcher and spoon holder being gold lined, buch a set iu America under $18. Boat Sliver Quadruple-plated Caudle Mlcts, EuzlU i de sign, buru'sied and re pousse finish; 9 Inches lieu. 10 nn 13 value tipocial price.. Best Quadrupl-plated Silver Hafctns Utah's, prrcelaln Un;d, with handles. CO rn Talue. Special prlco OuiUU Best iuadrilple-piated Sllrer Chocolate I'ots Valuo S3.5U. O "JC bpecial price . Zi Iu f 11 Best Quadruple-plated Silver Butter Dishes, handsomely oncrnved. flSO valuo. bpo-ffT Cf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

v-rt-yRr T-iy-tf-j-t-zC -" . ' v.a-w"V-. " -7 "-" ' THE 3tORNITG TIMKS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1895. G j0.- fr " l -W Fall In Carpets. Thlsweoklffl Carpet. We liaietoo inanynnU wnngoinc totblnou stock out Wocnu't liolplf ie do oso money on tfcom uow patterns Veep romlnc out, nnd wo want to keep pneo TltU tuo world. We u out hao old poods in our to:k n down go the pil 3 ou all (rtiiPCT! awaivvay down thteeek. every kind Moquettes, Axminsters, Tap estry Brussels, Ingrain, Tapestry Moqueltes, Etc. JUlUmKLGSand AKT SQUAKCa are riinrkelIoirn. too, fur this wee. oT;l Just queto you out price but ltinttou4iUbitibbuwtbHt wo mean bus in OtS Excellent patterns in Tapestry Brussels, good quality, for 45c. per yard. Kiftinln' your Carpets and wli'-ther you dt.iU want any you ear money by buying this woek eee will I. Williams, 7lh and D Sis. N, W. FINANCIAL. ILSBY & GO. ! (Incorporated) Commission Stock Brokers correspondents J. R. WILLARD & CO. FRANK WILSON BROWN, BROKER, 1335 F Street No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

THE MORNING tflMES, SUNDAY", NOVEMBER IM, 1895. rarker, Bridget Ca jt) Clothlars. 315 7tb St. "Special Prices" for 50VS That special purchase of a big- New York manu facturers stock (who afterward failed) has given us a big-advantage over all our competitors. We are thus enabled tosell the finest class of Boys'-Clothing- at Two-Thirds Regular Prices ! Wc may not have the largest stock in "Washington, as wedo not allow old stock to accumulate, but we have the "slickest" and "choicest" stock the market affords! Boys' $8 ReeFers $5. VTe a'so aerurfid tho balanco of a iromlnent New York manufacturer's stock of HojV MU"otrumrtf' Xavr lUua thin- Mlln Kror at a bis loss to Mm Umler no other circumstances could the; be sold for le-js lhau 3 Our price, $5. Other f;ooJkrMiahto Chinchilla era. Worth J 130 and L For S3 and $4. Iteaf- S7.S7.50 and S10 Suits PorBigBoysandSrnallMenSS Bought a manufacturer's balance'of' "Long Pants" Suits for boys from 14 to Ji) yearsiand ..equally suit able for "s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

- --!- THE MOKXINXJ TIMES, SUNDAY, !NOV.E:LBER 24, 1895. Thanksgivin Turkey will taste better to the man who is that he is better dressed tliau any of his companions, cost even less than theirs. YOU can bt that man 3'our outfit. TEN DOLLARS buys an -honest, All-wool Fash ionable Suit, Sack or -Cutaway, neat Scotch effects, Grey Worsteds and our celebrated CROW BLACK and IMPE RIAL BLUE Rough- Cheviots. The best ten-dollar Suit the world over. TWELVE and FIFTEEN DOLLARS are two other strong lines with us. Finer materials, trimmings and workmanship than in any one else's $iS and $20 " lines. . A bigger variety, too. Tweeds, Cheviots. Wor steds, Cassimeres, Clay Diagonals, etc., in double and siuele-breasted sacks, and three and four-button cutaway frocks all fashionable colors and patterns. t A f m k CONSIGNMENT of the immense Hazelton stock which we bought at the sheriff's sale in New York, has just reached us. This lot was in the hands of the tailors, in course of manufacture, when t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

WASHINGTON TIME S Pages 9 to 20 THE Part 2 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY XORNING, NOVEMBER 2-1, 1S03. SERVED OIIIUT FIELDS Monument to Be Erected to Gen. Edwin V. Sumner. in is ! sr v - A Fe.ast for Thanks giving Wefoel mighty proud of the great volume of busi ness that has been accorded us this Fall -and we're GRATEFUL for it: WE aregoing to show our gratitude for thi3 liberal patronageduring the next three days by giving you a chance to buy your Thanksgiving Dress Shoes or Slippers at a discount from our "always lowest" prices. More than that, we shall give you the benefit of the annexed coupon: Cut This Out! It entitles tlic holder with slios pur chases of S2 or over If presented, be fore Thanksgiving Day, 1805 to one pa'r Ladles' Best OOe Storm Rubbers for J5c or one pair .Men's 75c Dress Rubbers for 30c. 4ip The shoes offered below are -without exception the finest and most stylish to be had anywhere at ANY price. They are offered at these reductions for MONDAY, TUESDAY AHD WEDNESDA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

jCS ffv-Jf--?'. - - -wi ' $ Ir 10 TnE MOByiXGh TIMES, SUXDAT. SOVEMBBR 24, 1S95. --. -'- SEEK IT 4 GLOVE COUNTER Whims and Foibles of Femininity as Betrayed There. TBI ALS OF THE SALESWOMAN Wouiihi "Who Try on Gloves Just to Soo How They Look So, 7 Hands That A -de to Bo S(iucezed Into Xo. 5 Diamond- mug Eptuodu That" Cau-ttl Trouble. ' Tin? pscuycnological student can. rind an infinite variety of subjects by spend ing a half bour tn a fashionable glove store. To begin with, one can not help wondering why people constantly wear an article that is not necessary, except in ex tremely coM weather. Wo cover our heads and our feet for very obvious re.iions. but Just why fashion ordains that the hand must be dressed for indooru as well as outdoor functions, has never been satisfactorily explained. " A a Hit to the glovo department of our large stores is sometimes almost as amus ing a-i a trip to a minstrel show. "It takes all kinds to make the world," and It looks as though a large majori...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

THE MOESTING TIMES,. SUS A33, .SOyEMBEK 24, 1895. 11 VMiftca-.rr ?S230iSBsS2aSBE3Kl 3cSis333E3SBtsaaa&ifc ecsesseisssisses&hse gwegBgT?gsF-tJTOW' jj i DISTRIBUTION -OF- msifcMMBEt3ggBlMMEgkiS3K) n iq E V" Eft I ,-yiiJ. . gS HE3 1 HER PES 5gS5;!KSSgyS5?Sg55ai5vSfHl 'SS?S?g?ir5S S5Ff5SPS5SgS1S5?Eg?5B SOUVENIRS ! Less than two years ago we were engaged in a small retail butter business, and were practically unknown in business circles. We have now one of the model Butter establishments of Washington, and in addition to our large wholesale'But ter Egg and Cheese business, we are selling Butterine at the rate of over half a million pounds per year. Our success has been TRULY REMARKABLE, considering the short time we have been in business, and we firmly believe it is due to the fact that we sell and have always sold BUTTER for BUTTER and BUTTERINE as BUTTERINE, OUR NEW RETAIL DEPARTMENT. Pure Butter. Best Butterine. Now that our efforts to establish a wholesale business have been ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

j.x r - rp-jyijrtifii svrf-' K' ia THE MORNING TIMES, SUr DAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1895. ' VSfS rSVjV ft Woman BY KOBERT BAER, Author or "Ttic Faco and tho Mast," "In the Midst ot Alarms," etc. (Copyright, 1895, by Robert Bacr.) CHAPTER XV. Jennie Brewster stood vritli her back to die door, a sweet smile ou tier face. "This it niy day lor acting. Miss Long worth. I lulnk I old the'ioie ot bouae niaid so well that it deceived se'vcral mem bers ot this ramlly. I am now giving an imitation ot yoarselt In your thrilling orama, 'All at Sea. Don't yoa think I do It most admirably?" "Yes," said Edith, sitting down again. "I wonder yon elid not adopt the stage as a profession." ."I hate often thouglit or doing so, but Journalism is more exciting." "Perhaps. Still, it has its disappoint ment. When I gave my thrilling urania, as you cull it, on shipboard, I had my (stage accessories arranged to better advantage than you have now." "Do you menu the putting off or the boat:" "No; I mean that the elect...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

--5 t -vt V .Ti-J- -"I " ijf-f-t VS .aW'U."K' jg ?!rBSertx. riSv,i!7-r5Prwia fiT-S - THE HOHNEsG TIMES, SUKT) A&l ycAMLBER 24, 1893. 13 'f -"- " B' ffatty Growni o THAT IS THE COSTUME IX WHICH TO GIVE THANKS. Amcricu lias Caught the French Fad for This Holiday Combination. New York, Nov. 22. When tlie morning belli arc ringing tor Thnntogiving, there will so forth to tuv church scrUccs inany a prctly maid and matron to kneel upon the vol vet cushions for a minute for the word of tbankfnlneas which It In eury one's beart nnd to rcniJtu fur the parson's lesson of welldoing. After cliurcli for an hour the streets are fillcel Willi the returning ones, nnd crowds ot them throng the atcnucs and fill t he 'but, trip Into the lianeoiue and thut themselves in the victorias, to spei-d away to the Thnnki-gliiiH feabt, the event ot the day! Men may be ae thankful ns women, but it H a. feminine congregation that goes to Th.mk'glNing services. IN IIU1K AND Ur.V. And suich pretty gowns u" arc ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

-T -."V. fc- THE MORNING TIMERS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, IB95. 14 HINTS POR COSTUMES AND HUNT ENTERTAINMENTS. Etiquette of the Fox Chase and the Gaieties Attendant Upon It. Tbc first consideration with the woman who hunts is her mount. lie must be sound, IduJ, speedy, able Intake a fcnce.and about sixteen li.iniIs.Wsli. Expense must not bo considered 'in jHirebasIng a hunter. Bay a good horse, no matter what tlic price may be. Ticere will then be no visions of pretty faces bruised anil scratched, limbs broken. A Hunt and trim figures lying limp on stretchers improvised of gales and hurdles. The noticeable absence of accidents to women who hur.l in this country is said to I-attributable to the good horses as well as to superior riding. In regard to the trappings, the up-to-date saddle Iijk a cut-back tree, a level seat, and is roven-d with pigskin, devoid of wna mentation. The bridle mutt be a plain russet leather, with either .silver-plated or lenltier-covcn-d buckles, and it is best t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

wyrgy r"WKggg iP3iaWwpiv ' THE MOBNIM-Q- TIMES, SlTSJ)AYt JfOVJMB.ER 54. 1S95. 15 E T-r'ff 3W-T?fc?gy-J1 fitFiVM-&t-V&Z2&eW THE TABLES TURNED. i 3 - Mr. Gobbler Oli, Miss Ilennle, will you have light or dart moat? A UAltXYAllD AIISUAP. A TUIiXOFlOIlTIISE. IIOIV IT UAVl'EXCD. K-J HfT tosses' 'hi '&P wii r fEvJ-SSf yr1P 'uu-J 'mSi fell $$M yyir -, x8ST "'-e-l Vw':liaW I'Icturo of ..fndeiit who ,tudlcd- ; &S 'Z-lZtBMsSSX 1-n.riuer, to lenn turkey-Oli, yon I 5 1 7 -T"U " iS5g:7Sj5v.- needn't laugh. Your inru'U cuuic ( - rirt Turkey Oiirnldgohblerfceeins to bo in n terrlblo plight. I TI j ,L '"5 Second Ditto Ye-.; lie Just roll down mid broke his w Lshbone. ., . i-rs ii i- LtSiui 1 --- 1 f -, lT-'-r i-' v,yW?VJW with apologies to shakesfeake. V ' n ' I --A -f (3Si f 2&Wy , s1 jSr J 1 2 It nlltm riles metcrRpo aiKier- 5 cliW tgm ( I Mtioii ut cho the liiiiRh lur ilcilms O.&r (, i KM 8 ,,ari '-" . ,lwiM Tiirluy Yon Caslns liim q lenn nnd hungry loolc. -v ' f-- V...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

-TW-tW-sWgsSBS v - THE MORNING rTIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1895. 10 'l!isi3$3,fcgji 33 Alle n's Grand week;onov.25 WEDNESDAY. SATURDAY' AND EXTRA "TURKEY-DAY" MATINEE. The Big White Cloud of Success! CANARY & LEDERER'S 2d A mm u I He leu. THE PASSING SHOW'S SUCCESSOR. BY EUGHIl 81MUII AND cst includes: Dan Daly Pno WarriclJ llljrd ilnim'i I cc Harrison 1'rank Kljir T A. McCorralck . s. Lnvino Randolph Curry Som'l r slier l.ouls Grauat Amelia Summers lllc .Marie I aurens Jnncttc llngcard Christine lllcsslng Irene Hently Nanette Nixon llattie Mnoro Kittle Laurence I a Petite Adelaide And Seventy Others! CYCLONIC COMBINE -OF- FunlFiinlFiml EmbodWuj: Drama. Opera. Coined, Uurlcsuuo and Vnudc lllo Rolled Mo One Amusing Mass! New York Papers Said UeraM An admirable successor to tLo "Pass ing Stow " orld Unquslionablj a bright, consistent ana amusing burle&que. Recorder A huge sut cess sunHas all the elemoiHs of suct'e good material, remarkably clot er -adore, and a handsome stage...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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