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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

THE MORN IRQ TOIES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897. THREE 0 AY Doctor McCoy Wishes to Make This Notice Emphatic Under No Circumstances Will the Opportunity of the Nominal Fee Be Extended or Renewed After September 1. The $3 rate ends -with tbe last day of August, and it will not be extended or renewed under auy circumstances, or to any individual. Doctor McCoy has Riven full and crc phallo notice that, beginning with Sep tember 1, all thpse wlio do not hegin treatment or renew their treatment be fore that date, must pay his regular fee. He Juns esWnded the rate in or,i. that all might have ample opportunity to take advantage of it, and he lias reached the point where, ir for no other reason than because of the limit of his office facilities and his time, it would 11 wisi 31 S-IUSBAD AND WIFE BOTH CURED. Rev. Mr. Smith, Of Ringing Noises And Deafness. Rev. I.. X.. Smith, GOG Sixth st. Aouthwost, clergyman of the Chnrch of Uie United Brethren: "I most heartily recom mend Dootor McCoy's tre...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

THE aiORSTISTQ TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897. GTtmctf (SIOKSTIXG. EVENING AKD SUXDA.T.) The Washington Times Company. STILSOJJ HUTC1IINS, President Butchixs Building. ITew Terk Cffice: 2000 Tract BniWIatr- Stmscr.irxio:? Bates. M01.-THI.T. uv Cahisier: Morning, Evening anil Sunday. Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.... 'Hurt y-five Cents BY 2IJL1U One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months,' " 3.00 Tmee .Months. ' " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Threo Months, " ' " 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Month. " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year............ 1-00 Orders by mail must lo accompanied by subscription price. Tki.bphones: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement; f Xhe circulation of Tite Times for the wee; ended Saturday, August 21, 1S97, was as follows? Sunday, August IS 23,935 Monday, August IS 42.0G2 Tuesday, August 17 42,888 Wed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

THE MORNTOG TIMES,- SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897 Lansburgh & Bro. WHO ELSF GIVES TOTJ SUCH VALCES ? We certainly deserve your good will. We are giving you Values which ought to be immediately grasped. These ought to receive jour I immediate anenuou. 7i. for Ladies' White I Duck Skirts worth I S2.00. f i8c for Ladies' Parasols f worth from SI. 00 to $ 32. SO. for Boys' Wash Suits worth from Sl-25 to S1.S5. S1.t8 for choice of one ' lot of Ladies' Cov ert Cloth Suits worth $4.00. 30 per cent discount off any of our Ladies' Eton Suits. Come today to get your choice. 420, 422, 424, 426 rttt. St a O EISENMANN'S SPECIAL SATUDA SOUVENIRS. OUEATSXArs. 29c. for our 5CC Bone Cor sets. 25c. for our 50c Summer Corsets. 6c. for a pair of Ladies' Fancy Hose. 5c. for Children's 10c. Ribbed Hose. 9c- for Ladies' 20c. Seamless Hose. A.c for Ladies' 10c Ribbed Vests. 6$c for 15c. large size Ging ham Aprons. 3c for Men's 10c. Hand kerchiefs. 39c for Men's 75c. Negligee Sliirts. i9c. for Men's 35c Bal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

3 -Fging$r l "st-" 4 Wj.'vif'r . -i.-v - -iv""' rof- jJjw-' Vs -v-v - i-rsw,1! THJE KOENINGOTIS, gyiJEDAT, AUGUST 28, 1897. SENATORS' WIHIIE HOOD Tliey Shut Out Hie Von Der Ahe Tail-Enders. BRESNAHAVS GOOD SHOWING The Bncheye Lud Steady All tlic "JVny Tlirongh, and, Encouraged by Splendid Fielding, He 'Keeps 3Iis Orinmeiith Guessing From Start to Finish. W. L. Baltimore.... 69 32 ft Boston 72 34 New York:.. 64-37. Cincinnati 62 37 Cleveland.... 54 47 Chicago 49 5S PhiladelpMa..47 60 Pittsburg 45 5S Louisville 46 60 Brooklyn 45 59 Washington... 43 60 St. Louis .26 79 GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, 3; St. Lonis, 0. Baltlmuie, 5; Cincinnati, O first Came. liHltitnure. 5; Cincinnati, 3 second game. Cleveland, 10; Boston, 4. Xcw York, '; Chicago, 0 first game. New Yorlr, 0; Chicago, 3 second Came. Pittsbnrg, 0; Philadelphia, 5. Brooklyn, 9; Lonlsville, 4. GAMES TODAY. St. Lonis at "Washington. Olnclnnati at Baltimore. Gleveland at Boston. Lou is tile at Brooklyn. Chicago at Sew York. Pitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

MONEY WAXTED AM) TO LOAN. UNITED STATES BUILDING AN LOAN ASSOCIATION, 1313 F St. N. W. (KtuhIlKUctl 18B0.) MONTHLY SAYINGS deposited with this Association will earn COMPOUND IN TEREST, 3. G and 7 per tent, and lie beeured by FIRST MORTGAGE on Heal estate. $31,200 of the Capital SUkI: or the Association 1ms been subserllxd ror during the last ninety days. AH pay ments draw Interest from date of de posit. au2&-3t .LOANS rroni $5 to 5:50 to reliable parli. alto money advanced on bicycles. Room 8, Central Bids:.. cor. 9tb and l'a- ave. ny. aulb-tf WANTED One thousand dollars for one to three years at five per tent, on good improved northwest property. Address 11. v., thisoniec; no agents. nu24-3t-cia A NEW PLAN- 10 TO SI ,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETT Without removal from possession of o vner. Yuu can nave the money She day you apply tor it- Payment!, on tUe principal, of any amount . will be received at any lime, which will lewen cost or loan. L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, .SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 3 897. 8 HALF PRICE Today for choke of all small lots and broken sizes of Chil dren's Short Pants Suits and Separate Trousers. Uot many of 'them in any one style or pat tern, but there's one or more to fit your boy, and it's the bigrgest clothing- bargain ever offered anywhere. Big values for the men folks, too, in Sack Siuts and Woolen Bicycle Suits and all Shoes at One-Third Oif regular prices. Robinson & Chery Co., 12tli and P Sts. X.W. Clothes. I'unilsliliigs. Hntp. Shoos. City Brevities. CommUsionci Wight will return from his vacation next, Monday. Florida nenuc wot; or Fourteen Mi street Is being reinaoadamlzed. iTeaers- John M&ber and Charles LudwIU ore upending their vacations at Colonial Beach. The trial oC Orficer Edelin, charged with conduct unbecoming an officer, will take place toi'ay. The patrol and ambulance drivers of the city -will hold their annual river excursion September U. The street pavement in front of the Dist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

5-fc? V "f The clrcnlntioo of The Times yes terday was 4i?4S3 Copies. Daily average Inst -weelr, 4923 Copies. ime. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia, "Mary land and Virginia, generally fair; variable winds. ISTO. 1,256. WASHI2STGTOX, SUNDAX MOEMNa, AUGUST 29, 1897 EIG-HTEEN PAG-E3. THEEE CEJSTS. Tie CIRCULATION oi The Times is G1IASAITEED bj tlte Advertisers Guarantee Company Under a Bon '&& -i Si, -" WnurSMfSm iiffiSfi tCsWia i BiiSuiiijMiJfciiwT d oi $50.000 r't EUK THE SIB The De Armitis Order 150 Miners Out of Their Homes. TRYING TO RESUME WORK Malting Efforts to Have United States Deputy Marshals Appointed to Guard, the Mines It-sue a Reply to Rutohford's 3Ianifestj and Com plniu of Their Sui.ill Profits. Pittsburg, Aug. 2S.-The Pittsburg and Chlocgo Gas Goal Company made a step forward today in its endeavors to have its Gastonvillc and Snowden mines started. Constables served a notice on 150 oc cupants of company houses, telling them to vacate the bui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

X THIS KmKIHG TIME&.tfSU'NDATZ, AUGUST 29, 1897. Another Bargain Week! XOFF All CMldren's Wasli Suits. 25o for the" 50c ones. 38c for the 75c ones. 50c for the $1.00 ones. 75c for the $1-50 ones $1.00 for the $2.00 ones. $5 Men's Smt Sale. About 200 Men's Suits that were formerly 15 $12 iand 810 are bunched at 55 for choice. If you're lucky enough to find your size it's the biggest bargain you ever got- Cents ;For T5c "Bike" Hose. A sensational purchase of 2,800 pairs of woolen "bike" hose that are reffu .larly T5c al a price that permits us to offer them at 35c 3 pairs for $1.00. Eiseman Bros., Cor. Seventh and E Sts No Branch Store in Washington. It ARRIHGTOH'S ARREST !Ex-Postofflce Inspector Is Accused of Embezzlement .-Claims the Charges Are Made to Justify -His Recent Disinissul Xor Political Reasons. The arrest, of Postof flee Inspector Airing ton on a warrant charging him -with the embezzlement of funds belonging to the Government, hlch was made by Inspector Smith, of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

THJ5 H0BNIKO. TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. qoldenberg's "the dependable store, 024.926.tl2S 7th-70G K Sts. Chinaware and housefurnishings dep't ready Wednesday. TneEday evening we shall liave some interesting values to teU crt-the orcnlng of the chinaware, houEerwnls.lilng's, crock err and cutlery departments. "VVe do not expect to turn the world upsidedown, lut we shall revolutionize this business In thlb city to sonic degree. TVe have given over the entire basement ot one or the 7 street stores and put in charge one or the cleveret buyers tobe had in this country, IVe have rented an im mense .storage warehouse nearby, so that In InEianoes where the taUng ot large lots Is necessary to securing price coll ections we are prepared to take them. It has been lert for us to briug to this city the largest shipment ol blue, white and grav enameled ware, and these 363 cases Will be put on sale Wednesday morning at prices which will be a re c lation to the people of this city, and prove t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

.3.f THE 3!OKNINGTmSs, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. 1 6UIE OF MANY ERRORS Umpire Kelly the Chief Figure iu the Comedy. RECKLESS USE OF POWER Senators "Win a Content Throngh loexcnsnble Errors on the Part of the Opposing Team Several Pluyer Ordered to the Bench Without Sufficient Reason. .-.VSe F T J- Baltimore.... 70 32 .686 Boston 73 34 .682 New York... 64 37 .634 Cincinnati 62 38 .620 b kH Cleveland.... 54 48 .529 6Q Chicago 49 58 .45S 1Q Louisville 48 60 .444 82 Pittsburg 46 58 .442 Fhiiadelphia.,47 61 .4253 Brooklyn. 45 61 .425 Washington... 44 60 .423 Stkuis 26 80 .245 GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, 10; St. Loalfc, XI. Ualtltnorc, 7; Cincinnati, 2. Boston, 11; Cleveland, 4. 2s ew York, O; Chicago, O. Pittsburg, U; Philadelphia, 4. Louisville, 11; Brooklyn, 5 First game. Louisville, O; Brooklyn, 5 Second game. Kelly's umpiring was a very unsatisfac tory feature of yesterday's gauie with thj Bt. Louis team. He was arbitrary and unjust. He bad no judgment oa baits and ltilkcs and it se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SUffPAJ, ATJ&TJST? -29, 1897. d fa WMLXLS AND WHEELMEN- The month of September will mark the J asual revival of interest In wheeling circles , ror tho approaching fall. At present there are threoe vents which are being looked for ward to With much anticipation by lidrrs generally. First will be the Labor Day meet, wulchls only a weekotf. Thlsevens "will Inaugurate What promises to be some excellent sport for the approaching months before winter seisin . Closely following the "LabDr Bay meet will come the league cen tury run on September 12, which is at tracting much atieutlon In wheeling club- Sum, as well ab among L. A. W. mem- toers. Arterthis ran there will be a lull of j ararly two weeks berore the mammoth sircult races, on September 24. I It lias been suggested by -ome that this Interval might be utilized for the giving of a combination club meet, but that sug gestion Is not met with favor by the clubs generally The circuit meet will be an event ot Mich m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

6 THE MOKIitfG TIMES, SUKDAY, AITQUST 29, 1897. ffitlttCjg (SIOKKTKG EVENING AND SUNDAY.) BIT The Washington Times Company. STILSON HTJTCIJINS. President Hutcuins Building. SunscnirxiON Hates. Iontjily. by CAitnicn: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents burning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sun day.... Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL. Dr.c Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.50 5ix Months, " " ' " 3.00 Ihree Months, " " " " L75 One Tear, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " ' " 2.23 Three Montlis. ' " " 1.23 One Year, Evening and Sunday- ... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 125 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied hy subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business. Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. Tltt circulation of The Times for the vcek (tided Saturday, August 2S, 1S97, teas as follows: Sunday, August 22 25,918 Monday, August 23 39,0 Tuesday, August 24 - 41,277 Wednesday, August 23 41,530 Thursday, August 26. 41.9G0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

l-- Hhf'-iffj, I-- f g 1J e THE MOHN1KG TIMES, &VSfDAT, AUGUST 29, 3897. rrt " IiAXSBTUtGH: & BUO. FALL SILKS. Select now while the stock is here, and beautiful both for street and evening wear. We charge no advance on the old prices, having bought our silks so that the tariff does not affect them. Below you irill find a few Items which Tvould b: vrell for you to secure, as later you will have to pay considerable more for same goods. 50 SHADINGS Light and dark colored SATINS. New tariff price, 50c. Our price, 35c. yd. 100 pieces, 27-inch, black, white and colorad ( Lyons dye) Japanese Silk. New tariff prico,75c Our price, 50c yd. 21 Inch Fancy Silks, for waists and dress; all now shadings weaves con sisting of stripes, checks, plaids, Reman. These same silks bought today under ths new tariff would sell for 5 1.2 5. Our price, SI yd 24 Inch black Satin, Duchess, all-silk. New tariff price, SI. 50. 1 Our price, SI -25. 22 inch Black Moire Velours Silk, and woven handsome for s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

THE MORNING TIMES. j SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. 8 GU15 HEB ROVELS I1U6HJY A Baltimore Librarian Excludes Soutliworlh's Books, PASSED MUSTER FIFTY YE4RS Tbe Novelist of it Half u Century Ago Expelled From the Enoch J?rntt Libraries Compared With Hertlm M. Clny and the Dora Thome School. It is the highest ambition of a great many autiiors to Ret their writing bar red from the mails or excluded from pub lic libraries. In this country that sort of thing makes a writer fashionable. Whether by Intention or design, Mrs. E. I). E. N. Eouthwortb, the aged novelist or George town, !ia6 succeeded in having her -works barred Iiom the Enoch Pratt libraries of Baltimore, although her success in this capacity does not arrive until her works, have been before tlie public for nearly bair a century. It would, of course, bo unkind to say that Mrs,. Souihworth lias connived at having her books excluded from the library In order to increase her sales and royalties, but the fact remains that her sales and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

THE MOUNTING TIMES, ?TJDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. r MOSEV -WANTED AM) TO LOAN. XO HOME SEEKERS Do you desire a loan on an easy and equitable plan, upon Improved real estate, or to build? Please lead your address to HONEY, this of fice. au29-3t .WASTED To borrow ror acllenu $1,000 011 property -worth $8,000, for 2 years; will give a first trust aud G per cent. JAAIn-S E.CLEMENTS, 13-1 F st-uw. au29-3t "WANTED To borrow $100 for one year at 15 per cent on furniture. Including piano; must be confidential. Addresb W. A. X., this office. lt,eni UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 1313 F St. N. "W. (KstJtbHhhcd 1SG0.) . MONTHLY SAVINGS deported with tills Association -will earn COMPOUND IN TEREST, 5. G and 7 per rent, and be secured by TIRST MORTGAGE qu Real Estate. $3L200 of Ibe Capital fctoek of the Association lias been subscribed Tor during Hie last ninety -days. All pay ments draw interest from date of de posit. a"-Aj LOANS rrom 5 io J50 lo rei.at.le partiee. also mosey advanced ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

10 tee - jviomrrNG times, Sunday, atightst 29, 1897. s MONEY- saving prices are the rule "here now, especially on tbose Men's and Youths' Sack Suits, the Woolen Bicycle Suits and the Men's and Boys' Shoes at ONE-THIRD off regular prices. All new styles and best quali ties. Not an undesirable pattern or doubtful value in the entire lot. Robinson & Cilery Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. For your choice of our $12. $15. ana 18 summer suits. Tilts Is the last nod deepest cut of tlic season. Sec the Btylcs In our windows. H. DYBEHFORTH & GO. U23 Va. Ave X. W. Zy3PZWriJtJ?Z3K3,&ll&9&'vaJt) City Brevities. Truck B engine house is being given a Iirw coat of paint. A number of the jiolice patrol boxes Lave "been repaired recenUy. Dra. Jones and Kevitt have left the city for a trip along the coast in Dr. Jones' yaoht, the Lotus. William N. CiarkKm, deposited collateral at the Second precinct police station laot evening for fast riding on a bicycle. Henry G. Lewl "will have erec...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

f -n Vtittfg v WASHIKGrTOiN", SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1897. - - .-r- ' f f i i Ihe impair s PaflBS ,00 to D V - 7 :::.:::::: TWO ....OF.... " ) jgj fOMORROW and Tuesday are the last days this season during which three biff stores at a Onr phenomenally Inrge business of the closing: summer Is not duo entirely to our low prices, but umlnly to this, fact, which we can easily substantiate: "Out of ,000 Pairs During this summer we have had returned to us not over 50 Defective Pairs, ' For which we cheerfully substi- tuted 'new pairs. This means One Poor-wearing Shoe Out of Nearly 2,000 Pairs!" Don't lose sight of this unparalleled record, when you get ready for your Fall Shoes. Wo shall maiutaiti the "QUALITY" of our Shoes, no matter how low the prices. At the remarkably low prices prevailing during the next two days you ought to provide yourself and family with shoes en oughfor months to come. You may never again have the opportunity to buy shoes as low. Ladies' and Men's Bicycle Leg...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

--pgif-f THE MOBNlSTGr TOfT, JgUKDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. 12 EARLY HISTORY OF Ml Discsvered and Explored l)j Eelinng in 1733. GOLD SUSPECTED LONG AGO President Pierce Declined, to Pur cliiihc llie Country in X854, Not Appreciating Its Commercial uud I?oIificul Importance It ut sin's, Aim to Impuir KnglaudS Position. Russian books furnish interesting par tiaulars of llie discovery of the American count north of the fifty-eighth degree of latitude, by Cnpt. Behriug, wbowaasentun a voyage of exploration in 1733 by the Empress Anne or Uuboia. He alM) discovered the greater part or the Islands between the two conttuents. From that tune Kuwaan hunters and trap jhts from Okhotsk began -to extend their expeditions u. the northwest coabtof Amer ica. Positive information exists aboutforty expeditions of this kind during the last half of the eighteenth century. The Adrejanoff Islands, a portion of the Aleutian archipel ago, were Xornially annexed to Ruia in 1760. A government exploration started ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

rvv. ivr - THE MOBffrETG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897 13 x B$&j$&$ kyyyW "'S 35j 9V7 sj&tjf rf-tW -i MgRSmikP mmm mL nil ra a. a 6 A e e Acudomy-Robert, Downing, in reper toire. Grand Grau's Vaudeville. Xenian's Mlaco's City Club. The season ot 97-'9S is about to open. Two of our theaters throw Avide their dooxs tomorrow night and flash their elec tric Figns at each end of the Avenue. "Within two weeks the other three play houses will have put a pin in vacation and AveScomed Melpomene, Thalia, Thcfpis, und Uie other shades of the stage back to their temples. fc.bert Downing at the Academy this Aveek hH6 three standard classics and a dignified novelty from St. Louis. The Oc ciaeutal product Is a French play of the last century, "David Laroque" by name. It goeB on "for the first time Wednesday evening and will thus help swell Washing ton's reputation as a dog town Mr. Downing' manager makes a trade mark of the phrase, "and a company who can act," which may be a Eatirical...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

jssn "-, 'U THE fllORNINGr TIMES? SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. wWa A A AIIWrMHH ShUBWN A A A P 'MWraaMl HSEkPI a A a a 1 THE billiard table. mfff A vara. iNi iffliPNSBg8i MAJLauSmmm NE9HMI SOME BAR HARBOR STUDIOS. Bar Harbor, Aug. 26.-Amid all this OeouUful anX natural attractions of Bar Harbor, combined with the social life or promtnenl leaders from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, cottage life is a continual series of entertainments. This, with the semi-weekly balls at the K'ebo Valley Club, makes this charming RUrumer resort a place of lively cnlertaln imtut. Bat there are some few women in the lHKhHnable circle who have a keen interest m their art, and continue to work standlly during the summer months in their studios Wi the many visitors wiio come to this beautiful island In Frenchman's Bay a visit to ihe "Bungalow" Is one of the points of interest. Adjacent to one of the best-known and fiuett hotels, on a side street, quite sur rounded by cottage. Mauds this low od...

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