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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

Tha Circulation of THE TIMES TeaSarday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. - titte. For the District of Columbia, Maryland -and Virginia, fair till Saturday; -westerly , Triads, becoming variable.,. 3STO. 1,241. WASHINGTON, FEIDAX MORNING, , AUGUST 13, 189T EIGKRT PAGES. ONE CENT. INCH TOOJOCT TO TiLK Reporter's Search for Informa tion Practically in Vain. TO SUCCEED BRECKINRIDGE THE HANNA-HOBO ALLIANCE. UDIHHODflH The Exposure of His Mefhods Creates a Sensation. The President Will Send E. A. Hitchcock to Russia. A "SHREWD GUESS AT THE CAUSE A ST. LOUIS MANUFACTURER FORAKER HEN CHUCKLING Wit 42,068 COPIES B J" . .The .Xevfimper Mao Is Obliged to 'Form Hi Own Conclusion as to -the Cucfe of the State of Affairs. "Good morning, Mr. Pettlt," ' '(Morning, 'morning," replied the busy merchant as be pcurried away to attend to a customer, leaving the reporter ga7ingon cucli a wene of animation as Is rarely to be met within thib ease-loving city, Ttliouglr It "was coiiiparativ ely early In the mornin...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

THE MOKNING-TJMES, FBIDAT, ATJGKTST 13, 180T. 2 TIOIiLESWiCGfillSS His Mother Going to Cincinnati to Get Him Free. MR. FEDBR MAY VISIT HIM, TOO Husband of the IVnrsiiington Ludy "Whoe Name Figure, in tiie Charge- Intends to Investigate Alleged lJoust t ihe Youug Sfau Concerning His Companion. Tyro Washington people a man and n womanwill mate llie trip to Oincinnall as the result of tiie unfortunate career of A. M. Cross in that city and tiie alleged OBimeotioa with it of Mrs. Grace Pttjr. itbe wire of Mr. Harry Feder. of ilriwtfly. Mr&. Croii, the mother of young 0fo6. burrowing over his fall and In an attempt lu shield him from the law, will immediately ko West to join him, if she haf not already started. It is quite pos sible tSiat She same train will carry young Harry JfUc-. U'knt Fedtrs intentions are may only be feurnrfsed It It uald that he still be lieves in life wife s innocence of anything more tlan Jndibcnjtiou. In this case, ha proteiMy hopes to prove lit, and to puni...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

THE MOENIKG TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 107. THE FINAL MONT During Which Doctor IcCoy Extends the !3 Bate. One Week's Treatment in the Mild August "Weather as Good as a Month of the Trying Weather of Fall, Winter and Spring. Ttiere is but one month more of sum mer, but oncmontli moie or the ?3 late. Tile mild summer -weather, the -weather -which ho helps the doctor in the cure of deafness and all dh-eabes of a Catarrhal nature, is at its befet during the coming month. So there are thiee great reasons, -why those needing Doctor McCoy's serv ices Ehould make no delay. FIKST, his ree is now lower than it ever will be again. lie ex tends to all the S3 iate until the lbt of Eeptember. After that dale all must pay his regular fee. 6EG0ND, one week's tieatment during August does aa much good, 1 ' ordinarily, as a month's tieat ment during thechangeableand severe -weather of fall, -winter and spring. iTlllED, at this tcason, -when even the power of the skill of the Master is doubled through N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

TJLE IIOKJSIJSTG TIMES, JTRIDAY, ATTG-TJST 13, 1897. tB3me MORXIXG. EVXXIXO ASD SUXDAT.) IT The Washington Times Company. STTLSOX HTJTCHINS, President HUTCHISS BCILDIXG. ITew Yorfc Office: 2000 Tract Ealldlnf. StmscuiPTioK Bates. 3IOXTHI.T. by Cahiueu: 3Iorning,35veniu2.and Sunday, Pifry Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sm:day....Thirty-iivo Cents S SY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, S&OO Six Months, " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " 2.23 ahree Months, " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year...... -. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price. Telethon es: Editorial Rooms, 4B0; Business Office, 1G10. Circulation Statement, The 'circulation of The Times for die week ended Saturday, August 7, 1S97, .tcaa as follows: Sunday, August 1 23.760 Monday, August 2 40,984 Tuesday, August 3. 41,258 Wednesday, Augus...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

) THE IVIOUIKG TIMES JTJRIDAT, AUGUST 13, 189?. a o X.aiiilurirh & Bro. UNDERSKIRT WAS 1,25 HOW 89c This SI. 25 Underskirt, made of fine linen lawn, with deep flounce at the bottom, neatly trimmed with three rows of white braid, gored at the top on a perfect-fitting yoke with draw string. Length 38, 40, 4-2. Don't throw tins aside. I Come early if you liave an 'Underskirt need." This 1 is a great opportunity. WWck'Aet 420, 422, 424, 426 7Ul St. ....I2c Boys' 25c. Tercalo Waists E- ,,.-,5 MG Itli St.. 1824 isenrnann s,w-wp3.Ave. DECLINES TO HELP HERZ Secretary Sherman Will Not Press His Claim Against France. Arose Ont o His Alleged Criminal Connection With tlie Panama Canal Scandals. Secretary Sherman yesterday declined to permit the utilization of the State De partment to press a claim against France for Dr. Cornelius Here, "who has been under surveillance in England for the past three years, on account ol his alleged ouuneccions -with the Panama Canal ican dals. Dr. Hera left F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

THE MOKlSriHG TIMES, UTRIDAIT, -ATJQ-17ST 13, 1897 SHUT OUT THE BRDOKLYIS Senators Easily Defeat Bamie's Aggregation of Ball Players. BOTH TEAMS FIELD SHARPLY McJatncs; Is Jiffective "With Men on liufeefe and I Given Excellent Snp port, Furrell Being the Only StutefeUiua to Unite tin Error A Sud Buy for the Trolley-Dodger;. of W. L. Pet. Q Boston. 64 28 .696 2 Cincinnati 58 30 .659 X Baltimore.... 5S 30 .659 2 New York.. .52 "36 .591 2 Cleveland.... 48 43 .527 S Chicago 45 50 .474 3 Philadelpliia..42 51 .452 $o Louisville 43 53 .44S 2 Pittsburg 41 51 .446 H Brooklyn 38 52 .422 Washington... 35 55 .389 St. Louis 25 70 .263 GAMES YESTERDAY. 'Washington, 3; Brooklyn, O. Boston, 5; New York, 4 Twelve in nings. Boston, 10; New York, 7. Baltimore, 11; Philadelphia, 7. Cleveland, S; Pittsburg, 2. Louisville, 0; Chicago, 5. GAMES TODAY. Brooklyn tit "Wtibhingion. Baltimore at Philadelphia. Boston at New York. The Senators again shut out their op ponents yesterday atNaticnal Park, there by e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

THE AlQKfflNQ TlJflES, FRIDAY, ATTGUST 1&, 1897. l JIONKY WANTED AM) TO LO.Vy. X.OANS from 5 to 50 to reliable parties also money advanced ia bicycles.. Room 8, Centra tidg.,cor. ytU and Fa. ave. nw. aul2-7t WANTED-To borrow S65 Tor GO flays; will fceoure im b-j.au by cliatri mortgage, wJl pay well for the accommodation. Aodres PROMPT, tins office. an!2-3t A NEW FLAN. 5X0 TO 1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HOUSES, CARRIAGES, ETC, Without removal rrom possession ofowncr. You can have tlie money the day you apply for it Payment on the principal, orauynnioant.wnibeTeeeivedatauytnie, which will lessen cost ot loan. LOVi'EfeT RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you If Joun is not made Strictly confidential. Please call Tor rurther Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-eni 603 F st. nw. H. K FULTON'S loan ofnee, 121S Fa. aye. nw.. wonej-loaned on watcbe, olamona. jewelry, tflverware, etc. apJ5iI0,u LOA MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT cral, men as lire policies, st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 August 1897

THE MOKiSJLltfGr TIM.ES, FB1DA-Y, " ATTGrTJST 13, 189T. Less tlian marked prices and actual worth buys choice of hundreds of Men's Sack Suits, Youths' Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits, Men's and Boys' Shoes, all new, nobby styles, the best of this season's prod ucts. Make your selec tion today. Robinson & Cliery Co., 12tii and F Streets N. W. Clnlhes Furiiltshlnz', Hat-. Slioes t-k a City Brevities. "William F-dd yesterday madca complaint trlt he lmd keen robbed of $19 in a houfce on Aswory street. S&mee Pos reports a set or buggy harness inftMiat; from his stable, in the rear of No. 1222 U fctreet northwest. John Creny, of No. 2034 Portlier place, reports Uie theft of a coat, with $1.50 on one ot the packets, from a. new building.ou Holmoad avenue. John Jonoh, a teamster, yostcrday entered euli Tor aivorcc against Elizabeth Jones en the groaud of infidelity, Samuel Hargrove befng ii&uisd asco respondent. The work of repairing tl'e Navy Yard bridge has been commenced in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

' "r- - fA-' 4 " Tho Circulation of THE TIMES Yeslarday WAS 42,41 0,V COPIES. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia, Maryland .nd Virginia, generally fair; "warmer; southerly triads. un .t t "ITO. 1,242. WASHXN-GrTON, SATURDAY MOKOTTSTGr, XUGKUST 14, 189T EIGKRT PAGKKS. ONE CENT. AMERICA 4 WELL-DRESSED NATION MASIAC GUARDS THE LIGHT TWENTY-FIVE PIECES OF SILVER. mm OF Dfi. G0UM8E Fatal Accident to a Dentist c This City. in flic Hatter of Dress America Stands Foremost in the World. Safety of Vessels and Their Crews in II is Hands. EVERY 3TAN A BEAU DRUMMED DESPERATE BATTLE FOR LIFE ON THE MARYLAND SHORE fflhe Hfe u WjBtt A .':, - v V. It Is the Exception Rntlier Tlmn the Rule to See u Mail "With 111 Fittiag Clothes Jnst the Opposite in JIverv Other Country. Calamity howlers may shriek that the country is going to the dogs, but the very clothes that they wear give the He to their pessimistic assertions.. Theedcaroldc-AlamltyhowIcrshavebeen With ii5 ever since we berame'i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

the &or:nin& tim.es, Saturday, AuausT 14, isn?. I CAPITAL BOYS OUT PuMiC Roads Are Not Free for Strikers (o 3!areli Upon. BLANKET INJUNCTION READ Ifcralted and 2Coiy Ucpctles Con front Aujrr.v d Oeurln; iMuer Coulcchh Only Averted What flight Have Beeu a B.osdyriuitle "Women ou Parade Also Unjoined. rittsburg, Aug. 13. Upon the strength of the blanket injunction ibsued by the Alleghany county court yesterday, Sherirf lowrey mopped the marching btnkers at Plum Creel: mines or the Xenr Tori: and Cleveland C.as Coal Company. Before lie did so, lioweior. there was precipitated one or the most turbulent bcenes of the conflict in tins district. One or tbt sheriffs deputies, Henry Stewart, was responsible for letting the flr Wood In the contest, when he blnxcK Drummer Jacob Mott, of McDonald, with the edge or a brass nnrn aim eui, u. Ecvore jrah above his eyes. For a short time rte big crowd of idle workmen were on the verge or a riot, and it wad only by the eKcrcise of admirable J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

ILjwy"!; lL''alyp'.wpWly?w' -"'s?l!'3" - v?-!: -yw-- vv. yirfe!$ggra3e V -THE MOUSING TESTES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 189T. 3 jt IT END SEPT. 1. Positively Knal An nouncement of the Close of thfl $3 . Bate. The Opportunity Already Extended Over a Longer Period Than Any Special Offer Ever Given in the McCoy Practice Only Those Applying for or Renewing Treatment During the Remain ing Days of August to Be Treated Until Cured at This Nominal Rate. "When Dr. McCoy offered the $3 rate to new patient? as well as to old, be did not limit It to one month, but made It for the whole summer, ending It only with the first of September. This Is the longest period during which a special offer has ever been kept "standing, during which a spe cial opportunity has ever been given. Doctor McCoydocs notregret that he made this offer; he does not regret that he made the orfer cover to many weeks, although both himself and Ills associates have found no hour of leisure during that time. He feels that much go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

rens mcinnyg Trares, sattjitpa:, axjqv&x il 389t. fen Simcif bv The Washington Times Company. STELSON" HUTCHINS, Presidont HUTOHIXS BUH.BEKO. Tew York Office: 2003 Tract Building. BUESCEIBTIOK EATE3. UOKTHLY. BT CARRIER: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday... .Thfrty-flve Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-live Cents by: 3IAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 53.00 Six llonths, " 3.00 Three Months, " " " 1.76 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Sir Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " - 1-25 Sunday only, one year. 1-09 Orders hy mall must he accompanied hy subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Eooms, 488; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. Tk& circulation, of The Times for the week ended Saturday, August 7, 1897, teas as follows: Sunday, August 1 23.7C0 Monday, August S 40,981 Tuesday, Augmt 3. 41,258 Wednesday, August 4 '. 41,224 Thursday, AuquU 5.....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

TBOE jy.OKKI.ffra TIMES, SATURDAY, ATJ&TJST? 14, 1897. d it it -e a s s a it 1 tn it et a J g Lansburgh &. Bro. & 8 GENERAL REDUCTION IN OUIt INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. Infants' Gauze Vests, all sizes. These had soldfor 15c and 19c, Reduced to 10c Infants' Ribbed Gauze Vests, which have soid for 1 6c, 18c and 22c, Now 12c Odds and Ends, broken sizes of Infants' Mull Caps, some of which sold for 75c and 68c, Reduced to 19c 8 This pretty Cap made of g rt ... T i.. iinemun, wnn Kormanuy crown, with full ruffle of open - work embroidery around face and neck. Extra wide strings. Form er price S 1.4-8, Now 7oc I JonjJ&iri. I u m 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St. Eisenmann's Great Rebuilding Sale. Will soon lie a thins of tlie past. 3inKe uuj' wniie iiimsuu shines uud take advantage of t li e h e Decessitj--eoitipelled prices. Special Skirt Sale une lot oi Bri l-antine and ovelry Waists were &i and SiSj Epecial 89c One lot of Linen Crash .-skirt. worth Si. Special 5gc 3 Fine Brilli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

x-ij-y ' " at.- THE MOHSTJKG TIKES, SATUEDAAWUST 14, 1897 I THE FIFTH STBJU6HT Senators Again Defeat the Brook lyn by Good Stick Work. ONLY FIVE HITS OFF SWAIM The Toll Sycamore "Was a Little "Wild, but "Vns Steady With lieu on Uues A Game Full of Sensa tional Plays mid Occasional Glar ing Errors Other Games. .59 31 New York... 53 36 .596 Cleveland.... 49 43 .533 6 Chicago 46 50 .479 7&J Louisville 43 53 .448 Philadelpliia..42 52 Pittsburg 41 51 Brooklyn 3S 53 .447 .422 .418 PS Ulr asmngt0D...36 55 .396 r &" J PI. T . - n- -, ns Cl.LCUlS 40 l .OU G AMISS YESTEllDAX. TtashitJStn, 7: Brooklyn, 2. New York, 14; Boston, 5. Baltimore, 8: Philadelphia, 1. Chicago, 2; Cincinnati, O. Cleveland, 0; St. Louis, 5. LoaibvillL-Pit tfbu rj Not sched uled. GAMES TODAY. .Brooklyn at "Vas.hiiiiton. Baltimore at Philadelphia. Boston tit New York. St. LouK ut Cleveland. Chicago at Ciucfnimti. Louisville at Pittsburg. Aga'n HilHry Swalm was theblgstoneof the diiiiHond yesterday afternoon at Na ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

THE HOKBIQnOS, SATtfRDAY, AUGUST 14, IS9T. atONEY WAXTED AM) TO LOAN". LOANS from $5 to $30 to reliable parlies: also jnonej advanced ou bicycles. Room 8, Ceoirui uaig.cor. yth andxa. ave.nw. aul 27 1 WANTED -Te borrow $65 for 60 dayb'.will bcoure Ute saw by chattel mortgage, will pay weH for the aocoiumtxlatMa. Address PROMPT. U s office aul2-3t A NEW PLAN. 10 TO'Sl.OOOTO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC., Without icaiovalfrom possession of owner You caa -have the money the day you apply jwi it payments on tne principal, of any juun jnt . will be received at an y time, whlck "win leisea cost of loan. LOWEST KATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you if loan is not made. Strictly oalidential. 1'ioBM call frr furtlier Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-eai C02 Fst-nw. H. K F'ULTON'Sloan office, 1218 Pa. ave. nw.-mouey loaned on waicles, tlluiwiuds, Jewelry, sHrerware, etc nplO-Gm LOANto UiDL ON APPROVED COLLAT eral. sucn as lire policies, sto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 August 1897

'jjf' -ai' TILDE MOEOTGTIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897. '. -""as? GST THEM Today- That Man's or Youth's Sack Suit, Woolen Bicycle Suit and a pair or two of Shoes. You can save of the purchase price, as that is the discount we are now giving for choice of thisseason's newest and beststj-les and qualities. Robinson & Cfieiy Co., ' 12tii 2nd F Streets N. W. City Brevities. The Wince Lot ellipse has been much Improved by regradiug. The rirbt consignments Xorthern oysters "were to be found ou the market yesterday. The police patrol i oxes la Xo. 7 precinct are very much in need ot a fretu coat ot .alnL The iron fence indexing the White House plaza lias lx-en given a fresh mat of paint. "ew cement pavementh are. being laid on M btrect, between Tenth and Eleventh btreets. The lower part of Seventeenth street, utt 5elow the new Corcoran Art Gallery, Iiub been concreted. Kit family e.curhion under the auspices of the German Central Vereln will be gien to Hlver View today. Work it progre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

V The circulation of The Tltnes yes terday vnm 42,362 Copies. Dally average last -week, 42,750 Copies. r WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tint. For the District of Columbia, threaten ing weather with thunder showers Sunday afternoon; bouth to southwest winds. 3TO. 1,243. WASIIDSTGrTOX, SUNDAY MORSTINGr, AUGUST 15, 1891 TWENTY PAGrES. THREE CEJSTS. Wit i ; LUST DAY BFTHE REGATTA All the Races Brought to a Suc cessful Issue. FIFTY THOUSAND SPECTATORS ilugalro "Wins the Senior Single Event tiy a Clean "Length From -J Whitehead The Eight-Cured Con test Results In n: Victory for the Pennsylvania Barge Crew. Philadelphia, Aug. 14. The secoud and Concluding day ot the regatta of the .Amateur QanancnSt America was com pleted this af teruoon by oneof the prettiest beries of contests ever held by the National Association All the races were brought to a success! ul issue v e one, the pair-oared. In -whirl, throe fouls occurred, wrecking two of the shells. The contestants wre ordered to rerow it on Monda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

THE HOHffiyfr TIMES, -6U3-T DAT, AUGUST 15, 1897. ' STRIKE LEADERS SATISFIED President RatcIiforQ Expresses Confidence as to tlie Outcome. 'THE MEN STANDING FIRM Determined to Continue tlie Figlit Until They "Win if That Time. . Should Be the Middle of Winter JMuuy Meeting. Addressed by Gou:-Ier-, Sovereign and Others. rittsburg, Pa., Aug. 14. 31. D. Ratch iord liad tlus to -say tonight of the strike tdlutftiou: "We are more than satisfied ivitli the vpreseat hiatus of the strike, and have every reason to hcheve we are gaining stiength daily. Stocks of coal are heing reduced to the famine point, and tliat commodity Trill koua he in gre.it demand. Tlio msi aie stamlaig firm, although In some localities many inducements are being offered to liavc th?ro return to work Hut Miey ieauze if they would accept higher prases for mining-it woaldouly keep up the swuggle to au almost Indefinite peried aud are, therelore, determined iu icinain out uutil all tlie operators make tlie onncessons dem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

THE .MOKNla TIMES, STJSTDJgg, AUGUST 15, 1897. 3 ALTIMQRE CYCLE HE Washington Riders Capture Four Out of Fire Events. SGHADE AND SIMS IN FINEFORM h2JI!c Oren and Mile Lap Events "Won by Schade Cnsli Prizes Go to Sims Protects Against Local "Wheel meii Sut Sustained by the Judges The Summaries. Washington's bicycle riders again dem--onstrated their superiority over the Balti more racerij by winning practically every thing at the Frospect Farkiueet heldin that city yesterday afternoon. The bestot the Monumental City's racing talent were Mm ply"not in It' with the 'Washington riders. Out of five races run the local cyclists won four firsts, one second and two thirds, besides showing to the front In many hats The honors were about equally divided be tween the amateurs and professionals. Fred Scliade was in superb form , and his clever riding won him unlimited admira Uon. He took the one-mile open with ease, dlsplaylngiome of the best generalship ever ieeit on the Baltimore track. He was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

THE MOBNlKGTIMEi, SUNDAY, AWCST 18, ldf. THE $4.25 SUIT SALE At PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.'S Our off jr to sell 300 of tne late Continental Clothing: CoJa finest Men's uit3 at $4.25 drew the bijrgrest crowds ever seen in this store Saturday mornlnj?. Some men could not resist the temptation to "buy throe or four more. Juat think of gettlnar two serviceable Suits for a 810 bill and bavlner 81.50 to spare. No tner Clohler in "Washington over made such an offer. These are splendid Sui's. too not hastily made, slapped together "truck," such aa you are offered elso wfcere whenever cheap prices nro quoted, but brand new Clo hingr rlgrht up to date as to stylo and equal in fit and appearance to the highest price fult. Wo want everj'one of our old cCTStomors to pet at least one of theso Suits, and If you couldn't jjot in Saturday b 3 sure to come Monday. It la true that these Suits ror resont broken lots, but there are fao many of these lots that we can guar antee that you wilt find your siz...

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