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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

Same WASHINGTON, STJNDAT MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 5, J 897. Pages QD to QSB 1 Pension Checks Cashed Is here. We sell more School Shoes than are sold by any other six local houses put together, because our Shoes al ways wear and fit well and to buy our shoes means a sav ing of ahiio-t one-half in your shoe bills. This year we contracted for our shoes long: before the new tariff went into effect, consequently we can afford to sell them as low as any other dealer can buy them for today. Our $i "Ironclad" Shoes EQUAL ANY $1.50 SHOES for fit, stvle and durability. They are the only shoes in America, at the price, that have strictly solid leathei soles, heels and stiffenings. For Girls. Izas. Chili's 5 to Woman's 6. Lic;3 or fcu tan, Kid or Peteut Tipj:a. Our $1.50 "Champion" Shoes, The Superiors of Most S2 Shoes. For service, comfort and appearance these Shoes are in tended for an all around Dress or School Slice. They are made ofthe best known wear-resisting: material we know of. 6 new style...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

"4 j. 12 THE MOHNIHO TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. & f s e q f vs S e 'llttHiliiHinteldeath ef Mrs. JolmDrew re raves tan the American stage oiteof its mwst a4mti4 ftgures. She wnb a Tare tIM wHrttae nod an admirable type of art. Several t toor citancteristiuti, MWMjr MK- Mnprp lu "The Rival. M jm Mm. "Wmcve. i -The Ked tw Ruin," i-iHWMrwlTT MM4eiuuiUerour stngeafc Ute lt MM mtmams Jtor ewrtowporarltte. TfevtftiMe hmmot ie efslie duiwul iMp; fpurraHwi of actors whem we call, atH tM Trw u tot rHL Amerioaa. Mrs 3im mw tMraw England. Yet e 1hW Tiha Mi-tMiBHrt' pUM f nwtkor f a Itoe C Aaerimi aUrs -who are already nMMaK tfcr taMtJc history r Uetr scu am. jww ae jaayed ia "WasMagna. Iftrta Her U gjlfcjwihth flcaHtr cat which riBuittMM "THe RlvaU" ft ooe rtght, in April. 160. Thee "W saw fecr tlHja lgkrwl mw her jw farinaiiee with a pleasure nCMMse4 wlthswrow. The3liarraitoM lAf played her part "Willi all Uie art awl tww at Heretofore and ""-'itU all the energy .at er romniKnd, ba...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

TETE MOBNrNG TIMES, STJSTDAT, SBFTJUMBBK 5, 1897. 13 THE CIVIL SERVICE ORDER. To the Editor of The Time: An inij.ort.mil question Is involved in the recent nation of the President approving or the ajnendtr out or rule 2, promulngted Ijy the Civil Service CommlIon, Iro bilrfUiig removals except Tor cause, to b mtud and adjudicated as a case must be in a law court So long as the rulesand regulations issued by that commission Cyntru examinations to teat eligibility for appointment and reductions, promo tions, and tniiifcfcrs. little or no question, perhaps, can be made concerning the power or Uie President or of the commis sion to promulgate them, but the moment anv rule IsstHss looking to the control of removals from Uie departmental force, it at onoe suggests a coiitlict of power or jnriEdioMon between the heads of depart ments or Congress on the one side and Uie Executive on the other, because no rule ni.v lsie -without the consent or ai proval of the President. Former Presi dents J...

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

THE MGJRNXNGr TJMJES, SUNDAY, SEPTJ3MEEK 5, 1S9T. g, 14 m i r -ti ' ' ' " ' ft WSKM A A A A m SUMMER IS OVER. TWO BRAVE WOMEN. They Traveled Alone 1,000 Miles on Hor.ehucli Through Mexico. One thousand miles on horseback through ITeKtao -that is something of a feat for a WBiimn, even in these day.s of astonishing feminine achievements. Add to tliis ahout 9,000 miles by dili gence, train, and water oraft, and the sx periuuee is oertainly unique. Frobably no wem&n wl ever lived has seen Mexico so tltwmnghly as Marie Kobinson Wright. "Mtj. Wrigfct. -Rho has beoa a great trav eler in Iter own country and Europe, and had previously visited Mexico, ueonme bo iwoch Interested in thr tend of the Azte2s that she determined to spend a year in ex ploring and studying that portion of our western world. It takes an American woman to do tMngs Mrs. "Wright would probably never have seen what she did nor nave obtained the pecMliir facility for travel which she enjoyed, had she not first secured...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE MORtfl-NG (tim.ES, SUN D.AY, SBPTJSMBJEIt 5, 1897. 15 The Woman SEPTEMBER BRIDES. Nnv York, Sept. 3.-June is' the moutli par excellence for brides, but September r.aps h hwvost of the ripened summer flirtations, and every autumn furnishes its own percentage. The demi-eaaon's bride has not the same unctcrlalnties to face lu teshloHt, as the unafctiicued or kiJaig anohorsd woman on the sea t matrimony, who have naught to do with brine tinny. Ivory white sarin is, af ove all, the kowji for the wedding, and the i-ioher and heavier the quality the happier i.iib iiHi'p if hriitis have time to thmk of ifcKoh initert.il aids to happiness. Sutin is aisoUaii- only fit background Tor the family straightway add tea years to tin; unsuspect inroin.. of ancient, filmy cobweb which ing and innocent victim. are reverently produced for ttie all-im- iwrtaut vert in the drama of life. The girl wlio T-rs lr graudinother's flouuoes and veils id an object of envy to any or all of her bridesumids who h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

16 THE MORKMG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1S97. EVOLUTION. OF OOP. NAVY AH the Presidents Were Believ ers in Fighting Ships. WASHINGTON'S FAMOUS WORDS Preparation for "War the ileaus or Preserving Pence This View .Shared by His Successors Duwa to the Present Extructs From Their Messages. Theodore Itooscvelt, Acting Secretary of lie Navy, Is known everywhere to be a positive man. His views on any topic arts alwuvs Interesting ana always read. He is thoroughly .American in his ideas and hit admiration for the institutions of his coun ;ry is unbounded. He is a firm believer in art rong navy ,and has Issued a pamphlet whu h nut only emliodies his views on Ibis n.. pjru.nl sobjeet, lint those of President MiKinley and Secretary Long. Mr Roosevelt tars: Til-- foliowlug references by Presidents t,f i he United tetates to the urgent need ..f tl.e United Suites possessing' a proper Nay, corresponding to the nation's posl tiijB aa grt power, and nady at any time for ejriciant service in war, ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE MORNflSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEK 5, 1897. 17 2 $$S4 ' - ATVHE I 5SiS nf the JOSEPH CONRAD TART V. Tire little cabin wae as "hot as. an -oven. Outside the men called by CluvS.4y who iuforauad them, iu tones of delight, that there was a row going on in JtiiHuyV place, pushed before the closed idoor, too fcUirUed to open at. All hands "wore Jiore- The watch below had jump ed out ou deck lu tlieir shirts, as after a collision Men trnnnlnc up asked, "What Is It?" Others iaJd, "Likten!" The muffled fareamlng went on: "On your knees. On your "knees." 'Shut up." I .ses you dying tliis titlnnyt before uy e yen as good as dead now " "Help!" shouted Jimmy, piercingly. -'No: in tMfc valley look upward," liowiud 1to other J,Go away! Murderl Help!" clamored 31"y- "Wlist'b the nintter now?" wild a beldom fcuard voice. "Fall bank, men!'' "Fall iinek, there!" repeated Mr. Creigh ton, temily, pushing tlirough. "He the old man," whispered tome. "'The cook's in there ,&UV exclaimed sev eral, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

7 If" .Cfcig?'5"'-1 13 tfHE MOliJSTNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEB 5, 1897. i4- :-? t I- PBMIjAhVJ MJf ' fa r '- - " The only fiction or any moment to cn !nta Uie declining dajsot August was a uew novel b. the eminent German ro mancer. Gear:: Ebers. But een its Im portance if borrowed from the luster t;' on Its author, reputation by bomc of his former works. Alone it stands fW uotblng much and would attract lilll-att-nllun Ebois s.ecas to hac Wrillei liiiiiKiir out He la fertile in historicii rcEourceb. lint Ins imagination bums lt and refutes to give facts the plow will makes them desirable in fiction. Perhaps be iblired. Ue has written much.twentv onbolcsof historical fiction and biogrnph and he writes as it he were tird There is effort in every page, a consciousness that the publisher expect words to fill two volumes, as in the facile days .: "Koii-oSttiB," "Uarda." and "The Egspt tian Prineefib-" But there is no respou-e u tin effort -xcept m weary waste ot word "Barbara Bloomlerg"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

y The circulation of The Sunday Times -was 23,720 Copies. Dully nveruge last -week, 41,720 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITES. tme For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair planner; variable winds, 'becoming easterly. NO. 1,264. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNING,, SEPTEMBER 6, 1897 SIX PAGES. ONE CEJNT. oflbt at WISE HEIIOTGHIUIMLS 'Shrewdest Criminals l)y Mistakes Land in Prison. TOWNS' ACTION PROYESTHIS (The "Wisest Men Stny Honest, Even If Unwillingly, Perhaps Crime us a TTnle Is the Result of Ignor ance or "Wrong Wringing "Up More Tbun Opportunity. 'The circumstances of the capture ot Hawkins, the lax bandit, convince nic that crliuinaU are not generally clever or shrewd men," remarked Mr. Pettit, when inter limveft oa Suuday. ' Thls man is caught in possession of the Spoils and natundly will geL a suitable term of years. "If I wanted to so into the safe crack ling ibusinebs, I would at once conceal the valuables, and then, If arrested, treat with the party robbed so that fre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

2 THE MOBBING TIMES, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1897. Ye're making some ex tremely stylish and service able fall suits to measure at $15. And, though the price is insignificant, we cut every one of them on the prem ises and guarantee a per fect fit. , JLeave 3'our measure to day. . . Elsenian Bros., Corner 7th and ESt3. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. HAHN'5 OPI tARi p (AT EITHER OF THEIR KCLIADLC i TinKtlSWUVSTOKB-. SHOES. ) CORPSE II TIE CAB SBT Woman Traveler's Tragic Death oil a Coast Line Train. TOOK MEDICINE AND DIED Heart Disease Ends the Life of Sirs. Luukey, of North Carolina, Just as the-Train "Wan Entering "Wash ington En Houte to New York Tier Relatives Notified. When the Atlantic Coast Line train.froru the South rolled into Hie B. & r. depot iat 8 o'clock yesterduy morning, a lady jpaRseugor in the combination coach and .baggage es-r -was found sitting holt upright In'hor cat,dead. She was travelingalone land no one knew her name. Prom a card in her purse, however, it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

THE MOTJNTNG . TIJMES, IVfONDAT, SEPTEMBER " 6, T857. 3 r- MOVBT "WANTED AXD TO LOAN. -"WANTED -$2,500 for three years, at 5 per cwjt on uw. real estate; no commls Etun. Address OWNER, tills ottlce. ee4-3t; Y ANTED-A private parly, having 1 ,000 io $3,000 idle tiiuaey to loan on indorsed notes, will receive a commission of 5 per cent on the dollar a month and O per cent pox annum; makers ami indorsers lirst olass; will share half of all losses; none but those meaning strictly business Answer; this is strictly confidential, giving name and address. Pin A SAN T "WEATHER, this office. au31-0t-em LOANS rrom 5 lo 450 to reliaHe parties; Alto money advanced on bicycles Koora B, Central Bids, cor 9th and Pa. avc. nw. aulS-tf . A NEW PLAN. 510 TO 1,000 TO LOAN CT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HOUSES, CARIUAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession otowijr. You can liavc the money the day you nppiy tor it. Payments on the principal, or any amount, will be receivedatany time, .which will less...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

r f-? " f THE MOESTIirS TIMES, 310KDAY, . SEPTEMBER 6, 1897 4 ar -V- -A, 7 t i i Cuncd by 'The Washington Times Company. STILSON UTJTGIIINS. President Hctchiks BUILDtSO. Subscription- Rates. MONTHM'. UT CARItinit: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MATT One Year, Morn., Eve. and Suuday, 55.50 Bis Months. " " " 3.00 ThreeTMonihs. " " " " . 3.75 One Xear, Morning and Sunday., 4.08 Six-lMonlhs. " " 2,'Si Throe Mouths. " " " 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year..... 1.0j Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Hooms, 46C; Business Office, lfilO. Circulation Statement TIc circulation of Tun Tiaics for the vcekditied Saturday, September 4, 1SS7, teas as foHotss: Sunday, August S3 23.540 Monday, August SO 41,370 Tuesiay, AttgtiU SI 41,930 Wednesday. September 1 42,022 TJiursday, September 2. 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

TBB MOBNTJSG TIMES, MCKDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2897. 5 OEEEE3312EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEO n S G n G 12 a a R n n E 3 2 Lansburgh. & Bro. THIS is our last call on white soods this sea son. These goods are continually in use in your homes. We'will not have the opportunity la ter on to use our news paper columns for white goods. You might as well take advantage of this a g special sale of white 13 3 a F3 n goods at these reduced prices. One case of 40-inch India Liwn, extra fine grade for dresses, un der wear and maids' aprons. Value, 16c yd. Sp:clal price, I2jc yd 1 .COOyds. of fine Berk- a B R n c ra n H G K b g ley Cambric, 36 inches a wide, never retailed for Id Si 3 E R B E B R R R R lessth an IScyd. 12J3-cyd b e Jones' fine soft -finished Cambric for wom en's and children's wear, 36 Inches wide. 25c value. For 19c yd pieces left of that a fine grade white Hem El stitched Liwn, 45 inches wide. Regular prica, $1. a For 50c yd Our SI -50 grade Eng b Hgh Nainsook, 12 yards i to the piece; 36 i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 September 1897

& THE MOJINIETG TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1897. 6 r Ready now, a choice line ot the latest and best creations in New Top Goats, New Fall Suits, Nsw Fall Hats, New Neckwear, New Fall Shoes. all sizes, in all reliable qualities. Still a chance to secure a inedlum weight Sack Suit, a pair of Trous ers, or a Woolen Bicycle Suit at ONE-THIRD OFF regular prices, but 3rou 11 have to be quick. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sts. X. W. SQe 5555 GS5Q S555 Gi f"-C:; -GO Values that are un- equaled by any other a p house in this city. g A Genuine S g 1 g 49 Clearance Sale, To make room for Nczv Fall Goods. Iron Bsis. brass trim'd $2.75 a tit g -Straw Matting, per yard 8c g Solid Oak Sideboards $6.50 g g Solid Oak Chamber Sets... $10.00 g Parlor Selts, 5 pes $13.50 8 I Solid Oak Wardrobes $7.50 g a Solid Oak Parlor Tables 39c g Dining Chairs Zd 35s j g Oak Dining Chairs, ce 69c g '2 8 Roll-top Desks 15l Hair Mattresses, 40 lbs... $5J Baby Carriages $3.00 $ Decorated Toilet Sets $1.75...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

mimt& The Oircalation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS 38,0118 COFIEB, WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia. Maryland, and Virginia, generally fair; variable winds, becoming easterly. NO. 1,265. WASHINGTON, TUJ5SDAY MOKNINGr, SEPTEMBER 7, 1897-EIGrHT PAG-ES. ONE CEJNT. WASHINGTON BULL TEI The Aggregation's Owner Scored by a Prominent Merchant. FANS ARE PATIENT PEOPLE "Wagner's Fall and Spring Promises Never Kept The People Seem to Like This Species of Jolly It "Wonld JTcver Be Toleruted in Bal timore or Other Cities. "What do you think of the "Washington ball team?" inquired tlie reporter or Mr Tetelc yesterday afternoon, during a lull In business. "OU, the Individual members of the team are all right, and nice, gentlemanly fel lowfc, every one of tliem, but a a team It must Ue admitted, that something if. want ing. It mmws roe every spring and fall to read in tlie papers Wagner's wonder f ul statements of what he has dune and lsgolngfj d j, and to watch tbeder.ouemen!-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

THE MOKyXSTGr TIMES. TUESDAY. SEPT-MJBER 7, 1S97. We've got all the newest fashions in fall top coats. Prettiest garments we have ever shown and mark ed at prices that are only possible because of some very large cloth purchases we recently made. Then doing the making ourselves takes another reef in the cost. $7.50 starts 'em and it's a coat that you'll all say would be reasonable enough at $10. Pall hats are ready. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and E Sfcs. N. W. "No Branch Store in Washington. KINS GETS HIS HEBVE Objects (o Coming Back Without an Extradition Warrant. HE EMPLOYS AN ATTORNEY Attempts to Conuect Deputy Col Jms With the Robbery Collector Duvl. Visits the Prisoner -Hi.- Case to Come Up in the Toronto Police Court Tortus. Towite, Out.. SopL 6. Thomas Uawk 1ns, the negro nHstsengcr who was ar rested erc "K'ilih -sorae SB ,000 in Tils pos session bekwghij to the District or Co luMbtR, lias, within the last twenty-four Items, reoensidercd Ills determination to g bOk quietly, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

THE MOENTSTGr TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 189T. ITTLEQF1EI1K Races at the Bathing Beach Viewed by Thousands. TOURNEY A 'GRET-SUCCESS Thirteen .Spirited Contents Pulled Off JUuid Geuniuo Enthusiasm il'dliceuion und Firemen Anions the ApirnntH for Aquatic Hon orsEvents iu Detail. In allitsliiBtory the Washington bathing ltah neicr showed to such an advantage a t dul yc.TitlH yaflernoon The friendly feeling of the people of the city for this popular iuetttoilon lias long been known, bjt huch a general expression or admira. ti n a ndwtUsi action wasnever before mani fested at any one time. The ocasion for this was the annual trc-i'iuqing and diving contests for prizes, participated in by Mine of the thousands who Iwvc daily during the summer en Joyed the lgxisry of n awimin ihcroiomac water. The tournament was under the manage i .cut 'f Sapt- Stevens and had lcu care fi'ly arranged as to detail, and proved to 1k thoroughly enjoyable to the G.COO or more pennons who witnessed the contes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

THE MOEJSTJlTO TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTELBER 7, 1897 fe (Etmcg (MOKXixa. jrraNTstv aitd stjndat.) BY The Washington Times Company. BTILS02T HTJTGHIXS, President Hurcnrxs- Botldetg. ScBscEiraoy Bates. JIOTfnrirr. jit CAitniEnr Morning, Evening and-Sanday. FIfry Cents Jlorning and Sunday-. ..Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-live Cents Br MAIL. One Tear. Monu, Eva and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months. " 3.00 "Three Months, " ,r " 3.75 One Year, Morning and Snrday 4.09 Six-Monihs. " ...... 25 Three 3IaiUis. " " " L25 Qua Year, -livening and. Sunday. 4.00 Six Meuths, " ' " 2.25 Three Months, " "" 1-25 Sunday only, one year . .....-- LOO Orders by mail liiust he accoiupauiod hy subscription price. TELETHQJfES: Editorial Rooms, 486"; Business Office, 1G10. ' Circulation Siaiemont. The circulation of Iiib Turns for the veek. fnafld Saturday, Soptmhcr4, 1897, was ci follows: Sunday, August 0 23,540 Monday, August 90 41.3T0 Tiicsisil, August . 41,930 WcAncstlav. September 1 42,022 Tkitrtdap. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

THE MOKNLHG TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 3 897. S Xiansburh & Bro. A SOON you will start hanging: your Draperies and fixing: up your homes for Fall. There will te a place here and there where last year's things won't do. If such be the case, we give 3rou an opportunity today to buy these at so much less than you will have to pay for them in a week's time. We merely fix the prices less to get you acquainted with the new stock of Upholstery Goods. Golden Art Drapery, 30 inches wide, i2Xc quality, for 8c yard Figured Draper' Denim, 36 Inches wide, 15c quality, for 12'c yard 1 Lot Hat and Coat Hacks, with 5 hooks, 10c each, or 3 for 25c 1 Lot Bathroom Shelves, with two towel-holders attached, 25c each lLotEIectrlc Furniture Polish, positively the best made, 25c bottle 1 Lot Lace Curtain Stretchers, easily adjusted for any curtain, SI.25s2t 1 Lot Oak and Mahogany Cen ter Tables, 24 inches square, highly polished, for Si. 48 each 1 Lot Oak and Mahogany Cen ter Tables, 24 inches square...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

&rsa$?- ? 'Xgpf!Z!j&!& t THJE MOBNIKGr TIMES, TUESDAT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1807. le-ir-jr v-- O?;" J' -.. 4 te SENATORS STRIDE UPWARD Two Victories Over the Colonels Put Them in Eighth Place. THOUSANDS SEE THE SPORT The Flrkt Gntne INo$ Beimirlnible for Any Brilliant Plays Wrlgley rraves the Star Actor In the Sec te&t and Gives an Exhibition of Phenomenal Bull Playing. Baltimore... Boston 79 35 .693 New York... 71 39 .645 Cincinnati 64 46 .5S2 Cleveland.... 57 53 .518 Chicago 51 63 .447 Brooklyn 50 63 .442 Washington... 48 61 .440 Philadelphia..50 64 .439 Louisville 49 64 .434 Pittsburg 47 63 .427 EtLcuis .127 S6 .239 ( 3 ft 6 7( I I te GAMES YESTERDAY. Fiibt Games. "Washington, 7; Louisville, BallUuorp, 8; Pitts.bnrj?, 3. Oinciunatl, 5: Boston, 3. Brooklyu, 14; Chicago, 7. Xew York, 8; St. Louis, 8. Phili'delphifi, G; Cleveland, 5. Second Games. Washington, 7; Louisville, 3 Seven innings; called. Bulu inure. 6; Pittsburg, 2. Bostou, 10; Cincinnati, 2. JCew York, ; St. Lonl...

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