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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

the washi:n"&to:n" times, Friday, December 21, 189. MARKET SOMEWHAT FIRMER. Cut for AH That Speculation Was Almost as Dull as on the Preced ing Day. Kew York, Dec. 20. A firmer tone charac terized the speculation on the stock exchange to-day, but the volume ol huslnsss wuj little heavier than yesterday. London was a small buyer of St. Paul, and to a lesser de cree or Erie, and late advices from London showed an improvement there in American securities, which had a favorable effect on the market In re. At the opening of business the Renoral list was held urnily, but Sucrar broke 1 per coat, on liquidation sules, and "Western Union sold down 1 per cent, cx-dlv-idend of 1'4, owing to a pressure to sell by holders, who had been wait.UR to collect tho dividend before liquidating their a -counts. A slight reaction occurred b "foro tho end of the first half hour, but tho market quickly rallied, and ui to noon tho tendency of prices was upward, n -,.,.. ,, i,n.,.. n,i n lmlf ImtnoU.ifol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

the irAsirns&TOiSr tidies, Friday, December si, is94. &&Opcn Ecaiinjt. W Have at FIFTEEN DOL LARS the best Clay Di agonal Cutaway Frock Suits ever seen for that price. A pure black, all wool, lined with triple milled Italian cloth, per fect in fashion, fit, and finish, and only For the entire suit. It is easily worth $20, and is so marked in every other store in town, but we can afford to sell them at SI5, and are satisfied with a smalLprofit ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. I One Dollar 9 I Presents FOR MEN- Articles fcist men v.'antmcit ai tides you nev. c make a mistal e in ? buying and articles $ that are very moder- o ately priced. q Qualities are right. X styles are correct val- V ues are big. ? 51.00 for G oves, Nice quality Dogskin Walk ing Cloves 2 button. And the usual SI. 50 Lined Undressed Mocha Gloves now Sl.OO. SI 00 rcr Neckv.e-r. Either two Ties from our 50-cent asco-tment or one from the finest show ing of Ties in...

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

wmmmmmmm WWM9-W iMW'Wik QIVE YOUR FAMILY AN XMAS PRESENT BY ORDERING J ::::THE TIMES ::::, GET READY FOR. The Xmas Times. SUNDAY, DEC. 23. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATTJItDAT MOUSING-, DECEMBER 22, 1S94 EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 1. 1ZO. 279. ONE CENT. wwwpj ipiiipppu jpum niTTTil 1, 1 i JLJ COSSACK DRILLS AT OLD FORT HER Eight Hundred People Treated to an Equestrian Exhibition. MANY TEATS OF HORSEMANSHIP Splendid Combination of Tactical Sltili and Animal Control. Acts of Darius That "Would Make a Profes sional Circus Eider's Hair Stand on End Cavalrymen Turning Somersaults with Horses in Full Sun and Landing Hazeppa Fashion Horses Havo a Sense of Humor. Buffalo BUI. Barnum, or Ungenbock nro sot in it with Lieut. Short. V. S. A., and his Federal Cossacks. There havo been Cossack drills before tbat of yesterday afternon at Fort Mycr, but none of them was snch a splendid exhibition of tactical skill and ani mal control a9 that -mtnesscd yesterday by a very large gaiherinK of spectators in the riding-...

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

F& MP-3?' rv- rJ7,1:--?i?V "TssPj'gsajRJiFT THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATUJR-DAX, DECEMBER 22, 1S94. immMm11 TJIITED STATES ACADEMY -OF- Medicine and Surgerj 80r-809-81l 14th St. N. W. (Between II and I Sti ). WASHINGTON, D. C. A Permanent Institution for the Scientific Treatment and Curo of Iras and Sjecial Diseases Chronic Skin and Blood Diseases All Diseases of a SPECIALNATURE Privately, ' Safely, and Permanently Cured. GUpbs Guaranteed IN ALL CASES UNDERTAKEN. NO EXPEEIMENTS OB FAILURES. confidential. Free consultation. EEMAHKABLE CUBES & perfected in old cases which have teen neglcited or unsfcillfully treated. tffic Honri 9 to 3 and 6 to 8. Sundays. 10 to 2. W.S.-G1LLGKNDYG0. Candy at 2Sc. lb. Candy at 40c. lb. Candy at 00c lb. Unexcelled in overy respect. 1223 PENN. AVE. Formerly of F St. On account of slight smoke damage to our goods during fire, we have marked our whole stock 20 per cent, off regular prices. Our prices were as low, if not lower, before the fire than thos...

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

fpfpp mimfmmsmmm $ THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DEOEMBEK 22, 189 A. Saslti. &&r'&fyfyty&fyfyQfaQrt PiON'T 25 As our Christmas gift to 3011 and your boy (we take it 3rour prefer something more substan tial than toys) we will return 3-011 one-fourth of the price of aii3T boy's suit in stock to-da3'r Sat urda3T. You know what a grand line we have and how low our prices are. This 25 per cent, concession makes them about "Sample" ,Sints Open till II p. rAftJLM, Militia i tf W Largest "Exclusive" Cio";hiers. 315 Seventh Street N. W. ir' EYERY-DAY CHRISTIANITY. Rev. J. J. Muir's Address at tho Christian Endeavor Moss-meeting on the South Side. Tho Christian Endeavor mass-meeting last night-at the Sixth Presbyterian Church was for tho uenoflt of the south side societies, and there was a large representation of this and tho other sections present. The feature of tho meftting was an addresi on every-day Christianity by ltor. J. J. Muir, D. D.. pastor of the E Street Baptist...

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

:... . jjmmmm W1 THE WASHOTGrTON TOTES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894. The Washington Times ffiTXBT DJLT THK YJCAKJ OWUED JUO) ISSUED BIT The Washington Times Company OmESBUILDIXG. EOCTHWSST CCKKZR PrNShTXTANIA AVEXC3 AND Tixth Bntrrc. Tlejnon Editorial Ilooms, 439. Uimncwi 0Sc,SS7. frlM.Dftlly Edition One Cent Eunflay Edition Three Cents. 7 thr month ..Thlrtr-flTC Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. a. DECEMBER 22, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Hoiue.. Ttlist. and Fa. are. nw. Arlington, The u ave. and list. nw. beeivur. Ihua. a.. 1 euuallj-tunn. Bury's Pharmacy. Auncostia. Cochian.The ..HtUand Ksta. bw. ibbltt lioube ...I-lthaud Kbta. nw. livuiis 1 sarinnry SStli and O sts. nw. Gi-aham, Ci as. 1L 1230 &2d bt nw. Oucnther. Poison SOU V bt nw. J1bk. Hermann.. ...... .2153 l'a ave. nw. liall, John Y 07 G bt. nw. Hall frtioeniaker. Sth and K sts. so. Hanulion, The ....14tn nd Kstanw.' Uajcs,J. K 206 H st. nw. Jjodpu...

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

ipw- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATtJRD AX, DECE3IBER 22, 1894. 5 ' xT,"vTif?!fr f t t t t t t t ? t f f f f liEiEiE3l Until 11 To-night We Are lours. Useful Holiday Gifts in Our Bedwear Department. 40 Fine Marseilles Spreads. Four Different Patterns. Special Price, $4.00. - 50 Fine Pure Wool Blankets in Blue, Red, Pink, and Borders, Special Price, . ffiR.OO. 50 Fine:i Pure Wool Red Blankets, Special Price, ."' ' , 1 U- - rill )JSWfw tl 1 " ' "' "'' 'HSfiJfC CANDLES IN !ALLCOLORS. - J on, add ovon touch a eanuio to ttieir icninery a lllll 4 s -j ($$ thi: suoiwEits guide. ' ,100 Satine Covered Eiderdown Comforts, Beautiful designs, SpBGial Price, $5.00. 1,000 Fine One Dollar Pockctbooks. 4g els. 1,000 Gent's Silvered Mustache Combs ; 23 cts. - EMERICH BEEF CO., Main Market, 1306-1312 32d St. The Finest of Eatables for Your I Christmas ! Dinner. f f t You needn't lot the questions of whoro to got your Turkey or what price it'll bo, worry you in the least. Tho Hncst Turkeys en tho markot or...

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

-spp-nr.9ps!ss3r?ffE5S59 THE WASHITOK TIMES, SATXTRPAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894. Hyy&o THE HOUSE OPPOSITE V ST. - T line Is Drawin; Near a Clos e Scarf Pins, Cuff Buttons, Shaving Mugs, Seal Rings, Diamond Studs, Pin Trays, Bracelets, Chains, Earrings. J H. Flanagan, JEWELRY. WATCHES, 531 Seventh St, SUGAR THE MOST ACTIVE. U Other Stoclcu Very Dull and Irregular, But the Market Closed Strong After All. New Yobk, Dec 21. The stock market was very dull to-dny and prices moved irregularly as well as sluggishly. Seldom has the share speculation been less investing in the lead- nc stocks, there having been during the cay, telling down to Sfl during the morning snd -vi oli ue manipulation being forced up to Jj in the a ternoon. I jo baying in tho stock is said to have Leen mainly by opi ralors Avho are opjosed to tua present plan of reorganization and who bell' e that the recent agitation for a change o: management or tho company has had tho eiT et of bringmc alut a change of senti ment amo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 December 1894

iplijif miaggj.y jvw u THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894. BOTH Your necessary and holiday shopping for the Men snd Boys can best be done HERE. The store is full of handsome, appropriate, and sen sible articles at less than usual prices. Those SK50, 52, and $2.50 Neckties at $1.38, And the One Dollar ones 87ic. Are just the thing for your male relatives and friends. See to-day's Pos- for a more extended list of suitable presents for Men and Boys. ROBISSOH, CHERY ft GO, Clcthes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. FINEST 6 PLSTED y SILVERWARE. Be careful how and of whom you buy plated ware! If you are not a judge you are liable to get stuck with either "sec onds" or "passe" pat terns. We carry only the finest quadruple plate, ana guarantee every piece we sell. Notice how low the prices are: .lerPuBon Dishee $1.0 ihildr.i s'ifverCups .75 Silver J In Trays. To SherHitig Stands 1.50 ?ner laUHiaars ISO Mil cr Ink Hands. 150 M tor liuticr Dtsties 2.50 SUier Cttko natk-ts...

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

WPftWpiiiPJWIPJ JtmmBGW!! S""ajg4 !WMmJy!jiAig3M.'4l'Byl WJlWV " 'H?w THE WASHINGTON TIMLS.I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1S)4. I YULE-TIDE WEARABLES For Men at prices gauged to accommo date lean purses. ynG aiv being These are but a few of the many temptations to K Christmas economy on our counters. k COR. 7TH C&ho' WAKKAXT OUT FOU GORDON. Conspiracy for Subornation of Perjury Charged by Lester Scijucl to Divorce Suits. Mr. Fulton Ii. Gordon, formerly proprietor of the Hotel Gordon, now Lincoln, at Tenth nnJ H stieots northwest, was in hiding last night to escapo spending sonio hours in jail. Lite yosterdsy aftornoon bis out-my, Attorney A'iartoa E. Lester, who is defendant in a 23 090 damage suit for alienating Sirs. Gor don s ioVo from her husband, swore out a war la it lor Mr. Gordon's arrest. Mr. Gordon heard of it soon after lho war rant w tscued. Ho wont at once to tho 0 t e of Ins attorneys, French fc French, in the Washington L,oau and Trust building. It vas men 5 o'clock aud...

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

"Y" IVEYOUR FAMILY AN XMAS PRES'ENT BY ORDERING :: THE TIMES:::: SIXTEEN PAGES, A LOVELY PICTURE. BEAUTIFUL MUSIC. is To-day s Times WORTH 3 CENTS? VOX. 1. ISO. 2S0e 'WASEXN'GTOjSr, D. C, SUNDAY MORNIKGr, DECEMBER 23, 1894 SIXTEEK PAGES ATD AUT SUPPLEMENT, THTiEJE CE2s TS. fll If Fl W 3 IS a ' a rl 3 H K3 i -w w-'Y" a njtb s"e m t i rsm ""m J E IR mF Ha so ' F XMl. rsfl JBL. J . . J- n -"- -A. I RETREATED BEHIND REVOLVER SHOTS i wo Nervy Robters Stand Off a Marshal and Deputies. EXCITEMENT ON AX IOWA TRAIN Safe Cracked in a Dnio Store at West Libertv, Iowa. Thea tho Thieves Fontd That OScars Wore After Them, Tlicy Eaison a Window and Threw Away Svidonoai of GaiU; Then They Palled the Cord. Etojiped the Train and Escaped Eventually Were Captured. Daykxtobt. Iowa, Dec 22. At 3:30 Ibis morning thjsafo In McClune and Ileuuer 6oa"'b drug store at West Liberty, Iowa, was btown ojicb and $120 secured. The burglars boftrded a westbound Sock Island train, pay ing fare to Iowa City. The robbe...

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

ww&sy THE "WASE11S GIG'S TlfllJES, fcUffDAY, DJECEIMBEE 233 (894. - "swiSSS rnrSfgC' onday's Sale, Ms, Bams, Candy, lines, Groceries, 4c, -AT- ,924 La. Ave. Where? Buy 3Tour Christmas "need- ables" here and save 11101163'-. Tone of Nats, Candies, Kaislns, Firs, etc. Car loads f Cuniid Goodb, flour. Sugar, Winae, and other good things at wholesalo pricei 'ons OF Turkeys. At lower prices than anywhere else. 12 lbs. Fancy Mixed Nuts, 1. Best Granulated Sugar, 4c. 5 lbs. Best La3er Raisins, 50c. 1 ton .Roll Coomng Gutter 16c. lb. 4 lbs. Best N. E. Mince Meat, 25c. 5 qt. bols. Fine Cal. Claret, 1. Qt bot Fine N. E. Rum, 50c. 1 lb. Butterine 'Free' with dollar's worth of tea. 1J4 lb& Mixed Tea for SI. 1 lb. Baking Powder Free with, each $3.50 bbl Flour, Other Items Equally Low. 3 lbs. CUoics Mixed Candy 25c 2 jba. Choice Clmculates. . .USc. Zi.bs. oyster Cta Kara. ,S6a 4 los. entn C ackers 25c. CI s C 1 iper irnapfe. 25c. Sliti hx. Fanry Asstd Cake 25c. California Uams 9a. Beet Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

ffiwlwfpilwpl SilJPgMWWyiqW r J.-,5ri"-eHi,iV 'Z&r3!!a?7rx!pamyByij Til'. ASHIjNGTOST 1IMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 94. Vw IN WASHINGTON'S WOMEN'S CLUB HOME AND FAMILY CONFIDENTIAL TALKS A Few More Shopping hours and all is Upon your selection depends the gratification of many Christmas is a Happy Holiday for all. It delights the Donor and the Recipient, Those oF you who have liouohfc have that much off your shoulders. But those of you who have vet to buymust dioosc hur riedly and where could you safer shop than with us? It is needless to add that if your selection depends upon our Sales people's suggestions, it will he well looked after. Are vou in a quandary what to buy? Is it perplexing? No need to rack ftour thinking powers. Come direct to us. Amongst tho Thousands 'of Sensible and Practical Gifts that have been carefully selected by our people, thcic will be the very thing you want. As'ifor Ini'ormation, and it will be forthcoming. nd kerchiefs. ?These seem to be the strongho...

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

" 'tiiff wmmmmmmmmmm NBP Sggj tVF THE WAHTOIJr TIMES, JtnDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894:. ix o Day I A a Vffl M J ifrf Llark these words! They are not a lot of suits bought to make a "Hurrah" Sale, lior are they passe styles. All are good value at $10 and $i2-now $6.25. No alterations at this price, and strictly cash. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Largest "Exclusive" Clothiers, 3 1 5 Seventh Street N. W. fyy 0 THE FOOTBALL GAME OH CHRISTMAS DAY Columbia Athletic Glub and Union College Elevens to Compete. LOCALS' MAKE-UP IN DOUBT Several of the C A. C. Reliables Will Probably Be Absent. ' Indications Point to a Very Interesting Con test at National Park Schenectady Eoys "Will Arrive To-morrow Evening. Accom panied by Many Friends Police Arrtnge mants Will Preclndo Any Slugging. -!... Ki.nnf In Tulii( (nl-pn in iho football game on Cbristnius day at Nntionul Tarb be- tween the Columbia Athletic ciuo team ana the Union College eleven of Schenectady, n- v..t- rnir.rfrt iniirip nlieeniees and other...

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

sPfWP5wpgpTsi?p r vnw.jtr-'' sswstas- ".jB!vypB!s3r," THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNJDAT, DECEMBER 23, 1894. 5 -wow." jihw " -... 1hht EMERICH BEEF CO., Main Market, 1306-13I2 32d St. The Worthiest of Gifts, CRAIG & HARDING, F Street and 13th. You'll Want " "i mm rfjEi GLO vES, hp A glove present cannot be surpassed for sense, service, or fitness. Everybody likes a good pair of gloves. We have gloves embracing every good idea in "hand coverings" every new shape for evening for street riding driving in fact for every purpose a glove can be nsed by men, women, girls, or boys. Conducting a business as we do hav ing branches inii other cities our pur chases are on a grand scale our sales enor mous and naturally new stock is con stantly coming in new prices starting up as standards for. the other places about town. rices xsegin Up. i The Only Exclusive Glove House in Washington, 937 F Washington Poultry Co., 94-4- Louisiana Ave., Sunday, Dec. 23, 1894. G U He et Your istoias roitiiry HERE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

wqsm' "itfJf'WgJI f THE Wt&SIXJGrTQl TIMES; SUNDAY, -DECEMBER 23, 1S94. '"."jljpigfflftffl'III.W" ' "tt Wl O Wq q ITI fli nn Fl m P C? "1 ilU yydoIJ.llLyU'Ilill(JO ,, Evw:y BlT I THE Yeiri OWXffl) A'D ISSUED at Tlsc Kasliinrjton Times Company TUilthBUlLUlNC. fOCTIiTVIWr COKVDK lEKMTLrAKlX ATBKUB AND -TiKTH snussr. " " TcJititboflft Editorial Booms. 431 llWbhictfi Office, 3 J7. frlce. Dally Sditisn One Cent. Sunday Edition. , .".Tur Cents. By the month ..'I'hlrtjr-flio Cuuts. "WASHINGTON. IX C DECEMBER 28, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Amen an liouso 7th.at. amira.-T.vo iw. Aiiim.un The M. ave. atwJ tl . nir. l...-., llIWK A ii.HtiyS!IL Bur'sl'iiHnuaoy Anac s.i. (friiiaii. The. Hlh Bd K te nv. Lbutt .o Mh nud t exe. nw. tsanh iIwiiut. 35tnudoste ww. Ol nhi 111, C a. 1! 1S50 ""-'d W '. OufiitiKM. Nelww Sw Kt. ttw. libCe. L matut 2143 Pa. ae. nw. Lull. J'AM W" Mi" l. . nw. liHii s. wnihkw feM ad K 8iS- 5. Iiami...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

'eWW!W,?Wff'!ll!eM!,sf "JjaPHpwlww & THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894. ver, Cecil Phelps, Thetis Pljilllps. Dolly and Lea Schneider, audrEillio Hurdle, and tho Messrs. Meyns, Milton, and Ernest Kettlcr, Will Cooloy, Hunter. liowo.f Barnes. Foster, Gorman, Dockman, Maxwell, Tolson, Jonos, McMenimin. Pratt McCormick, Hollings wortli. Maupm, DoneCoo, McKnight. Keloher and uurdie. Sf 1 THE HOUSE OPPOSITE F ST. "3&gnnnjtl1Qr& MAW I'Vy NEVER III Tho gayest December that Washington has ! known In many years is tho universal verdict in regard to the present month in society. I The fact that the reason will this ear be a j ery short one has undoubtedly had mush to do with tho matter and made many hasten to ' get in their desired entertainment before the . great rush that is inevitable after the first of ' January. However tho stringency of tho 1 times may be apparent in other cities, there J is little. Jf any, trace of such state of affairs ) in Washington. The flo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

sgwagwpppfflppw jp-sg 8 THE WASHIeTOK TI3IES STJJSSF DAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894. SJKSSP??: DOINGS OF THE WEEK IN LABOR CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized District Workingmen. MEETINGS FOR THIS WEElC. JIOXDAY, IIECBMDBK SI. L. "C. 1P9, Brotherhood of Carpenters nnd Joiners X. of 1 Hall. -125 Twelf Ui struct north west L. A. 174S, K. of L, Carpontors Typograph ical Temile. Carriage Mkers' Assembly Bunch's llalL WEllNBBBAY. DKOBMBEK 26. L V. No. 1, Carpenters and Joiners Typo graphical Temple. Ekvtricnl Workers. No. 2C TQeeirieal Work ore' Hull, 418 Tenth street northwest. L. A. S031, K. of L . Tin and Sheet Iron Work ers Wastcrers' Hall. THOKSIUY, DRCXDBK ST. District AaeemMy Knijtots of Labor riastor ors' Hall Plumbers and Gas TOttors' Union KlW Hall, Ninth stie.H sid PesMsytvania avenue. yrt-o Painters Mall, No. lMJSorontti street SunrmianM' Cniea, Ko. 2 MclSounmin's Hall, Pennsylvania avenue. FRIKAV, JWCHMBEK 23. L. A Sa 1788, K. of L., Palmers Harris nail, ixneutU and It streets...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

'- - "N" lHIPPIfipi'lt!'iP! ' F MWWW! 3ray5cnifljiv'inj! Mr-Bem THE WASHIJaTO" TIMES, .MDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894. SOCIETY LEADERS TO BE KRIS KRINGLES Women Who Lead N3W York's Smart Set Are East Side Angels. GENEROUS AT CHRISTMAS TIDE Members of the Four Hundred Who Give with a Lavish Hand. Mrs. Waldorf Astor's Girts Gladden tho Hearts of a Few Hundred Newsboys 3ho Is 31cssed for Her Bounty Mrs. YJillio Sloan's Charity Is Very Eroad Km. D. W. Janie3' Philanthropis Personality. New York, Dee. 22. Tlioro is no question ing tbo fact that iBombors of New York's Four Hundred will give with a Iaviih hand .it Christmas tide. The Astors are invariably to the Fore when December comes around. No matter in what part of the world they happen to be, their pet charities receive tho same munificent cheek as when forwarded by a Hvoried footman from tbe Fifth avenue mansion. Mra. William Waldorf Astor, she who his boeorne a resident of Grant Uritain. has sent over pood dollars sufficient to gladden th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

fypwpw I 10 THE WASHINGTON TITLES, S175 DAY, )ECE5BE1?'235 1894. DISTRICT SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS Matters of Interest to Brethren ho Meet on the Quiet ( , x , ... . .,.. ,,, ! Matters at the Scottish Kite Cathedral are l numing their oW-timo activity., On Tues- duv evening last the unusual spoctaele was presented of two of theso high degree 3Insonic bodies in session at the same time. Mithras ; Lodge of Perfection wa3 open on the four teenth degree, transacting business in regu lar meeting, and Evaugolist Chapter of Ttoso Croix was '-ouferring tho eighteenth degreo at a spcciRi convocation. The eighteenth is one of the mest beautiful t degrees of the Kite, and one of the most diffi cult to ronder. On this occassion it was in terpreted by a volunteer working force, none of the regular officers occupying their stations cscpt. Brother William Oscar lloome, thirty-third degree, the wise mastor of the chapter, who presided, and Brother Richard Benjamin Xixon. thirty-second de gree, the ora...

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