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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

viTw-wSjBSffgiSSt- QQC COQ was tfis TIMES' cirtrj LUUjULu laiio.i for last wsk. The STAR'S circulatioi JOB acq for Iasi week was . . . 1uu,l30 &be THB W6VTHER TO-DAY. imes Fair. Severe Cold. Northwesterly "WiiiSs. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNTNGj JANUARY 5, 1896. TWJENTY PAGES. VOL. 2. NO. 639. THREE CENTS. AIMOyWT F ATT LEADS BftLLTlHGTO GEUUH1 Its Transvaal Pol'cy Endorsed by All Europe. RIGHT H-iMD TO FRANCE 3eul hiiiI LnisttiiETJureNtt liolno Hublu llc.-ult of tho l'rcsent Curluus)lplo mutlc Slluat'loii Ills Opposition to England Huh tlie Support of Every Other l'otver. (Special to The Times.) (Copyright by James Gordon Bennett.) Paris, Jan. 1. The Emperor or Ger many's disiatcJi to the president of the South African republic lias made upon public and diplomatic opinion in Europe, an Impression, or which It Is Impossible to coue uu adequate idea. The manner in which the Kalcr has. ranged himself on the side of the liocrs astonishes, and rejoices simultaneously .ill those wh...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

'T" ?-Pt"'r-u;-w 4tv THE MORNING TIMJSS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1S9G. s UNDER MOUNTAINS OF SOIL DROPPING MERCJRY DRIVES THE POOR TO SHELTER BOSH HITTER'S BIG DEALS V Eli &&& F rlrt-M Corner EleTi-uta. .tciar Wnrsfcouse, :M near M. Hat Rack, $7.35. The biggest Hat Rack value in the department. ' It's of Solid Oat. will! French hovel plile mirror, luro deep box mal, bhr&s.houSs, nuil two uoub o inj rac lor hata. Au Hi raek for We're selling a splendid double door Wardrobe for SS.50. $5. 35 for .i solid oalv, iive-dravrcr Chilioiuer. " AK I HOOJib Mr 1LO0U TlilKI) OF 1IEESU BEAD. rrfilf i Ick HecKer of Jc-rwey City Auks I l.i' Court to Declare II tin Alive. Nem lorl., Jan. 4. Although rrccfcr- Ick l.ce kit, of Ji rsej fit y, got up j cMerd ay. morning locllng lively ax .1 iricket, l.e has liven (IuiU, acc-orn-lus to New Jersey law, kuu' December G ut iast je.ir. TLe law prut lilt's tli.it when a lcrson lias fwrtn luRsti-g tor seien -ye-ars l.e or she curibe declared dead by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

- -. !--ifff THE MOUSING TIMES, Stf S"fojt,' TAXVillY .", 18n. DIITDGW-A EFEATED ARTICLES ' FROM FLEET Mil GO 10 lUBKtY D.tention of BuncB's Squadron Causes Much Speculation. HAS HE SEALED ORDERS? Officer Arc the N'uvy tile Mili Hoipliorotr llll'lillc'd to lll'lleVe-TllIlt Iii-piirtiiient 1-Vcl- TIiul -May H Xi-ede'il 111 tlio - Tlienrle--. Ailvuneed In Support of tlio Humor. Tlic detention of Admiral Bunco's .scaiad ron at Hampton Roads for Ho hist two -HecVs although it was rctdy to lommciice its cruise promptly oil December 21 nc lording to tl.e piogram laiil Cow a liy Sec retary Herbert, van at first generally sup in sed to 1 e due to a reluitance on the part of tlic nilimnislratlon to permit even tin- im plied menace of it8 picsenio In tin- Wml Indies during tin- excitement following tlio President's Venezuelan message to Con gress or December 17. ilio explanation was plausible enough to Fatisfy everyone for several elavs. Now cn tlio iiininiandtiig oificers of Ihe flaps formin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

THE MORNXlVGr TIALJSS, SUjNDAX, JA.XUA.lir 5, 18!b TheWasiiingiionTimBS (Uostaa, Evex-no, and Su.nAr.) OWXED AND ISSUED BT The Wnbhinntiin Tinus CompanVi TIMES BUILDING, BourowiiT Con-snn TENNsri-TAMA Avr.CE an: TtTii Sint-vr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 413. Business OBlce, S37. rrico Mcm'nc or "-.vcnl-ii Etll'.Ioa.. One Cent bin Osy LultKU Throe Cents. llonthljr ly C -v-rler JHoruIng n.nl sunJnr Ihlrty-nvoConts. Evei.inj 'llilrtyfontr Homing, ) t- t ...ilui n.a Suuuay. ) . nnr cents. WASHINGTON, V. C. JANUARY 5, 1SSC. The Times' Brancii Offices. Thi"TIjiic"s.'"LlttloXe-vv.Mrohiiiiti-'"i Ciin M-euro their (supply of Jlnmlng and lveiiluj; Time", ut lite follovvlnjr brmicli ofrici-: Frank .Smith, -It li mul ( Ms. nv. 31. McXiilty, mat! 14th ft. nvv A. II. McClus-k.-y, 1:112 7lh t. 11 w. 11. Huge, Ulflll I'ii. live, iiw. "' Joseph Linden, 411(1 Mil -t. 1-0. ., "V. F. -Miifkiiy, Ml 11 ft. lit" Jo.-t'i'l' I'ctigmit, (iOO Ttli st. mw. Tin circulation of Tlio Times for tlii week I'l.iluiK ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

f'f--r -c--ir-'"',rj' Xf&MtauViigts-' - .- w Wj THE AIOBNTN'G TIMES, SUNDAY, JATTTATIY 5, 189B. E 0 LAWWED T DNTEREST THE . HM -ri& ts - -- -Jj. aecLE 7 tfef ONLY SO DAYS MORE IS) TIE AHSfMAS STORE, 1203 F ST., w will dispose of the high-class Bohemian Glassware and Vienna Porcelains at sacri ficing reductions, to save packing andreshipping. The Aosfrisn-Sfore, 1203 F STREET. v S2 5! ' X E VASSAR GIRL'S IN A PLAY "A Eussian Honeymoon" Cloverly Fresantefl by Seniors. Jleterott Hull Was I illeil "Willi a raxlilnii-ililo Audience, WUicli Snw a Cleer IVrformiiPCO. The Vasar students filled lletzerott Hall with friends last evening to enjoy their rendition ot"A Russian Honey-moon," gUcn by I he Students Aid Society. Sirs. IJurtun llurrison's bright nnd clever play was presen tcil m a manner highly satis factory lo a critical and fashionable au dience the lirilhnnt repartee of the dia logue and sentimental hituations being rendered with skill and feeling demonstra tive of genuine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

i 'n-v-pi -sty?; O Dully IturgJius- Blankets And -- Comforts. We have arranged some big- bargains for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday. - , These cold nights make a plen tiful supply of blankets neces sary. $1.75 Comforts $!.Q0 2.50 Comforts 1 .75 3. 75 Comforts 2.50 5.50 Down comforts 4.00 Blankets for the next 3 days at 20 pei cent off marked prices. Lace Curtains. All one and two pair lots at a reduction of 25 per cent. There arc some splendid, ones amongst them. Wash. 8. William Furniture. Carpets, Draperies. 7th and D Sts. N. W. TIIEsl Ticket-, : A HE LUCKY NUA1BEHS. Tlmt Win Vi lw"i I" tlio C.A. C. Voting Contest. The voting contest In connect Ion with Hie tickets for the Columbia Atlilelic Club car nival nnal, resulted "S follows: horse and buggy, 28I.s,tl.c sc.ilski.i jacket; It 1003. the man- bicycle; C.129, tlie lady's ! bicycle, 'illM, tlie row boat; 48.19, the diamond ring. 3JUG, (he cold watch; :i'J69, the tyitewriter, lSfe'.i, the hoy's bicycle: !):!4S, the Turkish rug, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

s"3Sl ?w&fjiSgi&ti -sir- -wr kjiS9sww '"iWert!fe5-faSjsse? Tnj5 Arm? STOG TllUteS STTNDATV ,TANTJAI?Y 5, 189G. 7. fa Just a Word, Please! xDon't let your enthusiasm run away with your common sense. Is "falceism" at its zenith or have the days of miracles returned? It sounds like the miracle ot the seven loaves and fishes to read about the stocks that are being stretched to meet the demands of the population of Wash-1 ington. f "Sales" or no ".sales" all we ask is a comparison. Don't rush off and buy clothing without doing a little thinking and making comparisons. Mark this: We obligate our selves to sell you better clothing for any stipulated amount than you can obtain at any other store in Wash ington, and as we said before, all we ask is a comparison. Men's $8 and $10 Suits, $5. Men's $11 to $15 Suits, $7.50. Men's $16 to $20 Suits, $9.25. "Odd Pairs" of Trousers, $2.25. Theso Were Left from Suits at SIO to S25.I Men's .$20 to $30 OYfircoats, $13.50, Skating Today. All the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

-?s?j'i?iS'i--S5iaftn"s3;;f s"- " 9a3FC55S 1r "-.$ 55JeS5 seT'-issS-""- t-J--,X-s- P3fCs"KT,iSS?S!rP " 'Sgg. -Jf" -.-- J""V TOE MORNKS.Gr TIMES, SIT JS7DA.Y, JANUARY 5, 189(1. RQNirPWOlM Commissioners Disapprove of Jill Before the Senate. RUINED BTTHF. RICES Divorce Suit the Direct Result of a Husband's Dissipation. MRS. POLLOCK'S GELEVANOE JUST-a few days left in -which -to secure those $22.50, $20, $18, $17, and $15 Sack and Cutaway Suits" at 3 LBS. E. SUGAR FREE. "-'" i?"1?'-!. - " Tomorrow (.Monday) we will give 3 lbs. of Sugar free, to eacPi purchaser from our price list amountingjto one dollar's worth or over. SPECIAL CRACKER SALE. Oyster"Cfack3ggJ 3Kc lb. Soda Cfricker.w 3c lb. Cream-Crackers 3c lb. JOHNSTONS!2!, r c3 STREETS WODLD BE TORN UF They Would l'refer to IIuvo I're.eiit .MuiroiMiIy Vay Tuxi't on Ils'Eurn 1iij;k mill FtirnlHli Service Free io tlic DlMtrk't Few Cities, They Say, IIuvo I.otvor ltutc. Ho Compelled Her to Get Money From Her Fl lends to Enable Hlm to Gam ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

Pari 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pages 9 to 20 WASHES GTCKN, D. C, SUNDAY iMOIENISGr, JANUAKY 5, 189G. r jVWitrv0 Irresistible Shoe Attractions! The season immediately following- New Year's is generally the dullest of the whole year from a mercantile standpoint. OUR stores never experience these dull times. While other dealers are "resting- on their oars" we put forth our greatest efforts to attract patronage. The following special price attractions cannot fail to keep our regular big force of salespeople busy all this week: Intents' Kid Button Boots, wiUi good leather coles a ml worked button holes THIS WEEK ONLY.. Ladies' Extrn Quality Heeled or Spring lleel Btonn Rubbers. TUIS WEEK Ladies' 51.00 W.inn lined Beaver,Hand-:n adc falippcrs. THIS WEEK Ladies' While nnd Black Kid Alto pretty Patent Leather Lenlng SU0VEEKONLT.. t ..iIai r.ft TT.-incra 25c 39c. 69g 950 roo Calf, Doable Sole Winter Boots n arm, comfortable, and dur able. TUIS WEEK 5IbOD T n.itAc Vnliliv llnnd f$2.35 sewed Welt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

i- -i r-. s.- -.V" - 1 TJTF, 31 OB NTK Gr TJAf MS. SPNT O A V. ,T A NT" A R Y 5. ISim ? J ;-.. ' 6r$s Ltl&CS ON THEM DEFENDS MUCH OP THE MISTRESS STYLE. Anecdotes of the Tiriug- "Women "Who Serve the Princesses of Wealth. "A topically ivUi-maliled woman is Mrs. John D. Ilccfct-fi'llnr, who, no matter how simple t.cr vuMmnc may bo." huld an admiring- jKTH'm, and cijiable critic, "Uars Hie impress or iin artist ImimI on her, from the j crown of her Meek head to Ihe lips of bi-r j Irreproachable carrm-re Mioes. Such a I uiuld is worth hi-r itrtil iu -wages, anil could ret it whenever Mic chose to lcaclicr present employed." The nearest rival of Mrs. Rockefeller's maid l Mrs. CrLRer's farase dc chamhrc. Ehe'h a famous Trench wo:nan, a particu larly ciiub.. iialr-tIrcK-r. and her chief TtiMiii:iiv:i .ation to her i.i y Is the quality , ino3t hsjrlUy esteemed iu the smart maid, of untrTitandin? h-r m!sirts' moods. These lnlUlixcuil seriuuls quickly learn to study Jewel to their employ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

? -' z& yjzrT?2Fz&sg" THE MORNIKG TIMES, ;,SUIDAY; JANUARYvS, 1886. 13 r . e ALLEN'S GRAND BEGINNING- MONDAY, Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. The Famous Romantic Actor ffc Mr ' - smmW' kiii 'nANTELL in Ao,N5ARS Supported by His Excellent Company, in the follow ing Brilliant REPERTOIRE: E ONDAY7 TUESDAY, and SATUF5DAY NIGHTS and SATURDAY MATINEE, WEDNESDAY MATINEE and EVENING, gii - THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS, AH these plays will be presented marks Mr. Mantell's artistic abilities as a star. Magnificent Scenery, - Gorgeous Costumes, UBXT WEEK Henry Irving, 7Viss -Ell3ri -Terry And the London ACADEMY, PRICES Si. OO, 75c, 50c. 25c. Wednesday and Saturday Matinees 25c and 50c reserved. THE TROCADERO YAIEVILLES. DIRECTION F. ZIEGFELD, JR. SANDOW'S FAREWELL. iEVERT FEAT AND FEATURE HEW THE LUCIFERS, Grotesques -cm (lie Albamtira, London MONS. O'GUST, Yb Eminent From Clown, from the Follies Ilficrrc, Tiiria. THE GREAT AMANN, Eurvpe'B Greatest Impersonator. WILLIE KAUFFMANN,- Bab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

. ' 3 Sk "V THE MORHI.NGjriMjES,, UNDOf, JANUARY 6, 1898. 14 ' ."'. .- Vj JirJ - A "" - . .. 1-C JJl -. -, " Revival sf TttHe DIAPHANOUS TEXTILES SMART l'OK EVEMXG GOWNS. Thcj "Wear Spangled Illusion, Pearl Sewn Gauze and Changeable Tulle. Though Christmas Is past, theglad period for gaj people Is still with us, and young folks' parties being the order of the day. evening tol us for maids lu theirteens are J now tiitf things that have precedence for discission II iterli.s for these re the tamo as for Bonus of nialurer wc-ircr-., the rich brocaded silts end velvets excepted, and all the dainty costumes show a, simplicity of cut and trimming that speaks well for the taste and d scrction of mammas in these dajsorexlravaJiiceaudmutilticcnce. Diaphanous textifs lire much in iavor, and of these tu'le takes the lead as afford ing more loathful possibilities than the gauzes or chlfrons. Plain tulles are more used, cither for the entire Rown or as a trimming to a satin, or talfcta foundation...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

. - ".? fr tC A- r . 2V' aWff'JU .-r vw. '- v . - 'THE MORNING -TIMEef, 8UNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1800. J IWTytTr rrlB5i IS AN AMERICAN PRINCESS Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt Care fully and Continually Guarded. EVERYTHING BUT A TITLE Own's Four Sets of Golf Links, Twenty Equipages and Six PackSvof Hounds. The rumor or the engagement. of Miss Gertrude Vandcrollt, uuughter or the present head or the house of that name, suggests in the secrecy which is main tained reganjlng it the red tape con nected Willi the marriage of a princess roj-al. No daughter of the Prince of Wales eer l.ad an engagement of mar riage more carefully guarded until time to announce It, and no Princess of Eng land ever had the luxury surrounding her life from birth that an American prin cess enjoj-s. Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt, be she en gaged or not. Is at this time the most striking figure in American MKriety, She is hedged in by ceremony, and guarded by family pride until the world seldom sees her. Yet from her" originate c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

jT?'rsr," -. - , THE THORyiyq TIAIESt5Uy,DAY, JANUARY 5, 1896. . 16 - . ' --jstrgTi , sg- THE STORY OF THE GIGHRETTE, From the French of Jules Clarclle. Continued from Last Sunday. 'The surgeon! The surgeon! Valgame Dlos! Where is Urrableta? Where is he? They earthed everywhere for the surgeon of the Carlists. The officers TJccanio cry impatient, but Zucarraga smiled gently, and said with a Might gesture of the hand,- "Let us wall. TJrrahleta iwrhaps Is asleep. lie ntust have worked bard during the night." Suddenly a sergeant came running to ward ttle officers, very pale, with tears in bis eyes. Thej had Just recognized Urra bleta lying dead across the liody of a Navarrals that he was uttinding. That had happened In the night, the hits of lend killing those Bliohealasvellas those who ut the throat. Then llivrtk. was dismay among the Car4 lUts. The wound of Zucarraga was se llout. It was dangerous to wall for u mrgeou from a neighliorlng c-orps. and he was Josiug niucli blood. Ouc of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

iSf -j-s,. -v- - -j'r -rJt SSfl&Sl1ite,l-,6,'J !,3i';S,',-;",'"?7S- i --53- "Jv'MfJa'-'lM in- . jj-- is -? THEE ICWTKinSTe f5Il!ES, -'SlJfKiV?;, ASRETASS '5, 1886. -17 The 'Cake "Walk Interrupted. H?N THE -RISKING SGH00L. & . v L An Ideal Device, L I WH Si 1 WiHlWF ' " "AVhyareWrosomanyimirroraboro!" , k VM si iff V WirJfWaTOUWB & W "So-that" the riders can Bee whether thoy are still on the.howes!" " Irlnl f ' ln-MitlvW " " - F1'egcnd9'Blatter- .'Prevents tho necktie from slipping up tho collar. E7ary man ahonld jiff l f ' '.j ' .ASTHONCltESEMIir.ANCE. jJ-T. ) Life. The Pastor: " Tis'with pain datTIiab toaimouuoo to my listeners j - , .ill il vf lj !f J Z'TltAii'ED Iflat do -sscoml pTize'in'do cako walk, a large susar ham, hab disappeared .s" ., . 'Ill f'ljMwWl i 5,-JwJ fn III ft' I ' " I since do ceremonies' basan. I don't wish to casUaspersious on deassonibly LCs ,.er 1 tfwtlsiiSMiWl I K --ii. l! I K 1 1 J1r - . - " -a -m ! gSfigVSL' ' ov - 111 "2&U(SJ (raft l-W : ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

&zr5SSt-&rpzr!Z!gl ' v W -!. i THE 310KKTN& TIMES, SUNDAY,- JANTJHBY 5. 1896. lb FwFJe-jFrlp? uiinuES Matters of Interest to Organized Workmen of the District. MEETINGS FOR THE WEEK. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6. District Asu-iubly. K. or L.. Exccutlvo Coifimlttce-Timen Building. 11 o'clock. AlhanceStage Employes-El ksIlnll.Nlnth and Pennsylvania avenue. Workmgmen's Library and Bureau ot Labor-Bureau HejilQuartcrs, 316 Eighth 6trcct, 3:30 o'clock. L. A. 4308. K. ut L., Musldans-Weller's noil. Eighth and 1 streets southeast. Special. MONDAY. JANUARY 0. L. U., No. 180, Brotherhood of Carpen ters and Joiners-Hall, G27 Massachusetts avenue. . L. A. 1644, K. or L.. Journeymen Plas terers -Plasterers' Hall, roiir-and-a-halt street and Pennsylvanlaavenue. L. A. 1748. K. ot L.. Carpenters and Joiners -Society Temple. Fifth and G streets. L. A. 1228 K. ot L., Latliers-K. ot P. Hall, 423 Twelfth street. L. A. 1016, K. ot L., Bakers' Drlers Bunch's Hall, 316 Eighth strect- Bndge and Structura...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

A t " "' y v-'ft.y- '- '"sr-ij'ZJvz&gsr &r- ? jr.sr t THE ittOJREKG- TJTVEE5, SETNDA'Y. iTANitlAiKT 5, 1S96. 19 M ... ,1 ALEXANDRIA HAITBNIXGS. T lA frahmu nltnrtirvl l, n frelffht train In the Southern Hallway yard in Mils city cnnght fire veslerday artcrnoDti fn.ni an lDverhcnted stove ami was badly dumrgcd. From the channel to the Maryland slmre is now a solid sheet or icciseveral Inches In thickness, nnd nl sundown jestcrdny. In rjplle or the lieaxj northwest Rale blow ing. Ice was making in the docks and In tall sheltered places. The nex ineet.ug or Hie board of fire wardens will be an unusually Interesting one. ns Hie wardens will be called upon to Investigate charges that Hie fire com panies when reeelwug private fire alarms lio not tend the rlplil signals In the other companies. The chief engineer luis also u number of rcpuris-iu make of violations or the rules of the department. Alexandria Council or the National Union lias elected the following officers: SI. F. Jlo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 January 1896

THE MORNIN.G TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1896. 20 S. Kaon, Sons & Go. 8th and Market Space. OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL Clearing. Sale HAS, LIKE A HEALTHY PLANT, SPREAD ITS ROOTS ALL OVER THE ESTABLISHMENT AND EMBRA CED E VER Y DE PAR TMENT BENE A TH OUR ROOF. Cloaks Are Seasonable and Pretty and Desirable and Warm. Others may have them with these qualifications, all of which, however, fiale before the powerful light of OUR CLEARING SALE PRICES. Very fine double Cheviot Cloth Cape, finished with vel vet edge. The marvel of it that there's any of them left by now. REDUCED FROM $4.50. $2.98 Stylish double cloth Cape, made of diagonal Cheviot, top cape and collar finished with velvet edge you may pay a liicher price, but your money -can't buy more satisfaction. REDUCED FROM $S.oo. $4.98. Beaver Cloth Double Cape- V very handsome and ele i at garment, both capes and i liars braided" all around ry suitable for an elderly 1 dy. You cauT; buy a wrap v ith more comfort in it. DEDUCED FROM $12.5...

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