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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

ttttc WOKKIKG TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1897. THE POPULARITY OF THE $3 RATE. Doctor McCoy, Although Recognizing This Popular ity, Insists that the Reason for Giving It Be Not Overlooked He States Authoritatively That It Will Under No Circumstances Be Again Extended. In nothing so much as by the very great Dumber or those who have applied for treatment during the past two weeks has the popularity of the $3 rate been Miowa. It was with genuine surprise and delight that the unexpected announcement was re coived and welcomed by hundreds. It is natural enough that the rate should 'e popular. It is natural that anything of fered at one-fourth part of its actual value fchould be popular. Popularity, however, was not what we sought when the $:$ rate was extended until November 1. Hootor McCoy simply agreed to this ex tension in order that by it he might dis prove and emphasize the disproof of those raise reiorts whiclTwere circulated, to the rfct that all who began treatment under Ihe ...

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. — 25 September 1897

THE MOTtiTHsTG TIMES, SATFEDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 389T. itncj$ (uossnta hvkxtnc asd scsdat.I BY The Washington Times Company. 6TILSON HTJTCHINS. President HtiTcnixs Building. PuBsciurriojr Hates. Mgjjthiv. jiy Cakrieu: Jlofninp, Evening and Sunday Fifty Cents Morning and nday....TliIrtr-fivo Cents livening and Sunday.... Thirly-tivo Cents JJY MAIL. One year. Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.50 Six Months, " " 3.00 Three Months. ' " " " 3.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 ix Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.C0 Six Months, ' " " 2.25 'Jhreo Months. " " " 1.23 Sunday only, one year. v. 3.00 ' Orders by mail must he aocompauied by Eobseriition price. Tuiinriiosas: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Business Oaice, 1640. Circulation. St at omen t. The cfcrwtatoK oTitE Times for the tcccl tnded Saturday, September IS, 2397, teas e offcias: Exioa, September IS 25,570 JUmtdsy, September IS -11,584 Tveofey, September 14 41,057 irittatfzy. Scptctnber IS 42,700 Zlwukt...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

TELE MOBNOTG- TIMES, SATTJUDAY, SEPTEMBEll 25, 1897. k S33 EECB S333333333S3S3S333 g Lansburgh &. Bro. g s s a jg THL5 WRAPPER 13 a 12 0 E B rs s a a a h G IE IB (13 in in n E3 a a .Reduced for Today To 98c. This beautiful fall "Wrapper is jnafle of fine flaunelete in all the newsffectsvrttb fitted waist lining-, princess back, full front, with 3'olce edged -with ruffle and n:at braid trimming:, giving a stylish and dressy etfect. The new style sleeve, turnover collar, extra width sMn, fifty-nine inches long with alee? Item. Sizes 32 to AA. Special price, 98c. flr.1ec hv-mon fnr 1hic Wrnnnfr r; -will b: received up to closing time a g 1oms:ht. 3 n n c h 13 The Bishlon Sheets for fall are rs iexc. Yours for the asking. a a n E E E B E a 13 u 3 3 B Q EJ 13 2 zu, ni, nt, t-so aa ou a 3 a liEESasa3EBEEEES333SEE3333 Great Wrapper Sale. 1500 UanQsome P 1 a nn clcttc Wrappers, trim med with braid, latest designs, cannot be equal ed for toss than 51.25. Special, 6 9 c u" One lot of dark...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

Q THE MORNING TIMES, SATTTKDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1897. THE SENATORS BREAK EVE Take the First From the Giants, But Lose the Second. GEFTMAN MAKING A RECORD His Hatting nnil Fielding: Features in "Hoth Games TVrigley Alno Dis tinguishes Himself McJames Pilches a Good Game, But fiercer FallH ti Come Up to His Standard. W. L. Pet. Boston 90 37 .709 Baltimore.... S7 37 .702 to York... 80 46 .635 Cincinnati 70 54 .565 Cleveland.... 66 59 .528 fcOS Washington... 58 68 .460 P Brooklyn. 58 69 .457 kS Piltsbnrg 57 69 .452 Chicago 55 70 .440 Philadelphia. 73 .425 It&f LGUisviiie 3 a .tJ-J- St. Louis 27 96 .220 GAMI5S YESTERDAY. Washington, 7; Xew York, 2 First game. New York, S; Washington, 4 Sec ond game. Brooklyn, 10; Philadelphia, O. Boston, O; Baltimore, 4. GAMES TODAY. "Washington at. evr YorK. Boston at Baltimore. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Louisville at Cleveland. Chicago at Pittsburg. Cincinnati at St. Louis. New York, fiopt- 24. The New Yorks $lavcd "dead ball" In tUe first game at th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

THE MOBKIIQOTES, gATXJBftAY; SEPTEMBER 25, 189T.' re money wante!) and to loan. SZ KEn ot SlBOrwfii acrlflcea part interest in a valuable patent just ISMied; worth $25,000; model.ctc., to in !?.3&?. !V,rty; AM YOUNG SOUTH ERNER, ihlsofficc. se22-3t,em -A NEW PLAN S10 TO 51,000 TO 1.0 AN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HOUSES. CARRIAGES. ETC.. utnout ltioiov&l tram possession ofowilir. lou can have the money the Uay you apply ii.i .t. Payments on the principal, oi any amoaat, will be Tecelved at any time, yJ.lSlJffi -essou cost or loan. LOWEST JtATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. Ro cost to you it loan la not made. ! htricUy omifidenUaL -vJVH1 CI further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tr-em 602 F et. nw. LOAN- Horn $5 to SSOto reliable parties; also t:io:,y advanced on Mercies. Room S.Oe!.. !a.,cor. 9th and Pa. ave. uw. Be2l-7t.csn LOANS troiii $5 to 550 to reliable parties; alia money advanced on bicycles. Room 5, Central Blag., cor. 9th and Pa. ave. aw. aul8-tf H. K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

8 THE MOIUSTIKG TIKES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 3 897. "Better, but no Uglier priced." Read the Answers. Let us answer a few ques tions you are probably asking yourself while reading this. Q. Wlint does tills store sell? Ans. InV. Clotlunjr d Outflt tlnsr. Wheip mxr price are not lower the tjintllty it, suie to be n little better. Q. How lotin established? An Jtiist opened. Kverythlns Dew, froli, beautiful, iensonulile Mud gimrtiutcod. Q.Mi,iiofe i don't like wlmt 1 uuj ufter 1 s:et home? An-. UriiiR it buck and get your moneys Q. What have you u a usually good? Atih.-Mnr.y tilings! About the best. It, the second shipment of those grand Kail Top Coats ve nre run ning at iU.0. AVe challenge you t equal it nuywliere for le-s than S?10. Stylish fawn and tan shades, also in lilacs fcitk Meee lining douulo Mucncd, S.O. Q. Who is this merchant? jlDs.-l). J. Kaufman, "At your service." Q. Where is the store? Ant.. Head this twiee. On the Avenue, between 10th and 11th, across from IlurvejV, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

wT4 Fair; warmer; southerly wlnda. Circulation yesterday, 40,632 IrTO. 1,2S4. WASEIKGTON, SUNDAY MOIETI N G-, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897 TWENTY PAG-E3. THEEE CENTS. PUTT IIS IIS SLATE Probable Candidates of tbe New York Machine Republicans. TRACY, FITCH AND APPLETON A Ootnimmlr l-ropotdtlou Offered to the CIMa-us Union If tbe Latter "Will "Withdraw Low and "Name Ex-Mayor Schroeder I'lntt'a lieu Will Indorse Hiiii, r New Tnrk, Sept. 2&.-Sentor Pkitt U day anuounoed the-Place for the Republican convention on Tueaiajr nej-tas follows Mayor, Gen Benjamin V. Tracy. Comptroller, Astobel P. Fitch. President ot the council, 11. Ross Apple ton, of Brooklyn. Lieut,. Gov. Woodruff will be temporary and permanent chairman ot the convention, and Or. Cltauiioey il. Ueiww or Edward LatAeruaon will make the fcpeech nominat ing Gen. Tracy. 1-resldVnt Qulgg an.l other local Repub-lii-a.li tenders were more confident today tnan ever before that they were on the right roai t straightening out the local tan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

s THE MOTHsTISTG TIMES.: SUNDAY. .SEPTEMBER 26, 1897. CLOSED ALL DAY TOiVIORROW ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY. E1SEMAN BUGS., Corner "th and E its. N. V. He Branch Store in Washington. MORE TROOPS ARE WASTED The War Department Joins the Spectacular Game. iS.tmu lnt;re.stins Order Issned . by the Suurt'tary of War Tho Doniirtuiont Policy. THe Navy Department lias been doing au fltrtury Sfleccaculitr tilings or late that i Wr Department ttk a band yester day with & grand stand play that will inuwiit her Spwtibh majesty. The Navy pcciAe iave been massing Hying wmnd rtMHil Tangier and Honolulu, giving orders to rill H the magazines with shells, dis putefelng vessels hitluT and thither and l;aws Ue eyes of Uw nations generally iw our antics. When one asks at ttic Navy lctnrUHnt or at tint State Department wtt it is all about tlicy either shake vatir heads or tlte interrogator and lils iry is convened into mystery. The War Department lsued orders yes terday which are of special interest, nl U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MOBNEsTG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897 ' " -a GREATEST 0METE0RiTES Peary's Prize a Remarkable and Most Interesting One. I it WEIGHS ONE HUNDRED TONS Pieces of This. Huge Iron Bowlder TJed by Native in Their Rude A rt History o the Curio It "Will lie FJUieed iu the Muhium nt Central Park. New "York, Sept. 25.-The nll-cn grossing theme ot conversation among the officials ot the American Museum of Natural His tory is the successful erforts of Explorer Poary to place on board Ills steam scaling bark Hope the Cape York meteorite. Tins great mass of iron, "which found its origin in the interstellar regions, has awakened the deepest interest among scieuusts. The Cape York meteorite will find an abiding place m the American Muwum of Nalral History. It was secured for this institution through the generous effort, of Morris K. Jesup. Of eour, there is an interesting hiblory in connection with this great inctalUc body, which, Tor generations, lmt. rested in lib rrigld bed in the aictic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MOBraOTmiS, sjJ$AY, SEPTEMBER 2tf, 1897. iEIIlTOIIS DROP ft NOTCH Lose to the Giants and Are Passed by the Brooldjns. RDSIE PITCHES GOOD BALL Swulm Puzzles the Giants fur Three 2nnins, But After That They Bit mm Freely -nis Joy ut Malt ing u Seeming Base Hit Turns to Gall. PP Y. L. Pet. Bal&nore....8S 37 .704 Boston 90 38 .703 New York... 81 46. 638 Ginotnnati 72 54 .571 Cleveland.... 6S 59 .535 Brooklyn 60 69 .465 Washington... 58 69 .457 Pittswrg 57 70 .449 Chicago 56 70 .444 Philadelphia.,54 75 .419 Louisville 51 75 .405 a Lews 27 98 .216 w GAWKS YESTERDxYY. TCcmv York. 11; Washington, 5. Baltimore, B; Boston, 3. Brooklyn, 15; Philadelphia, 3 First gauae. Brooklyn, 3; Philadelphia, O See on il game. Qhltutgu, 8; Pittsburg, 1. CioveliMtd, i); Louisville, O First jnme. Cleveland, ; Louisville, 4 Second game. OtiMMtiiiMtl, 7; St. Louis, 5 First game. Oiuuiimttti, 8; St. Louis, 7 Second game. GAMES TODAY LouKville "t Cleveland. Cincinnati nt St. Louis. New Yortc.Sept 25.-The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

tin llll Wm UK M H ill mi PHH 111 THIS FLAN IS :::: :;:::;::::.;:;;:;::: Fifty young women are now distributing TRADING STAHP BOOKS to each house in Washington. These who will give a TRADING STAMP for each and every 10 cents represented in any purchase you make from them. when your book is filled with TRADING STAHPS bring it to our store, 423 7th St. N. W., where you can select displayed, and they will be delivered at your homes FREE OF CHARGE such as Handsome Parlor Lamps, Rocking Chairs, Pictures, Musical Instruments, &c, &c. It is not necessary to take your BOOK when going shopping. Simply ask for STAMPS. You Are Entitled to Trading Stamps on All Cash Purchases. Do Not Hesitate to Ask for Them. You are cordially invited to call the articles that you can obtain in exchange for TRADING STAMPS. Store open every day and until 9 o'clock Saturday and Monday evenings. The following is a list of LEADING HERCHANTS who will give you TRADING STAMPS on all cash purchases : DIRECTORY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THS MOBNIJETG TIMES, SJTXlEDAY, SEPTEMBER 36, 1897, tSkt (UOItKCiG, EVEKIJIO AKD SU2TDAT.) BV The Washington Times Company. STXLSOX HUTCHINS, President, Hutchiks Build m b. NOKTBI.T. BY OAKKIRK: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday ....Thirty-five- Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents BY lIATIk One Tear, .Morn., 32vc. and Sunday, 55.50 Six Months, " "- " " 3.00 Three Mouths. " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.09 fcixMontIt3, " " " .. 2.25 Three Months. " " " L25 Onol'oar. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Mouths, " " " 2.23 I hree Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Ordora by mail must bo accompanied by Eubsoriptien price. Tjilbphokbs: Editorial Booms, 486; Basiness Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. The dradatioH. of The Times for the vedfc aided Saturday, September 2$, ISffT, icas as foUews: Sunday, StfHembtr 10 23,647 Menda, Sqdembcr ZO 39.850 TuoeSev, September tl 40,003 II Mtnawfay, September tS 40,056 Thtrttkty, September 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE JHOBNTNXjl- TIILES, gUUPAT SEPTEMPJ 26, 1897. ,, THIS illustrates one of the Russia Blouse Jackets, the most ef fective of new autumn winter styles. You'll find $21 marked on the price ticket, but the 10 per cent discount allowed during-the "Opening-" reduces the price to $1S.90. It is made of English Melton Cloth, coming in royal blue, olive green and Venetian red, braided as in the picture tailor-made and silk-lined throughout. Other Jackets of Silk Velvet, braided and fur trimmed, are here from $27.50 to $60, less 10 per cent discount. THE correctly new Mack intosh of double tex ture. Those at $3.9S instead of $4.9S during- the "Opening" are navy and black serge on the outside with lining of Roman stripes and plaid ; the rub ber is between. Similar style garments of "Crav enette," the porous but wa terproof English cloth, are to be $7.98 instead of $10. The ladies' Mackintoshes at $1.89 instead of $1.9S and the Misses at only $1.39 will prove garments better than your fondest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

8 THff HQBfflSTGr TIMES, SXDlT. SEPTEMBER 26, 1897. A WFPK'S SOPIAF nniW(iA,'1'',B' Lartsburgh & Bro. Weddings to Bo a Prominent Fea ture of the Autumn. ' I I WE'LL STAND BY YU. ft t is the Thief of Time f I Not so witli us. We watched our chances ft in the early spring and purchased heavily in BEDWEAR at prices lower -than ever be- fore. To buy bedwear now would mean that $ we would have to pay from 25 to 40 per cent f more. That's what those merchants had to pay who waited too long-. J Our shrewdness means a saving f of much money to you. . . t g (Read this List and see our Window Display.) BLANKETS. 10-4 good white or gray Blankets. Yours for 41c 10-4 extra quality white Blankets. $1.00 grade. 71c 11-4 heavy twilled white Blankets. $2.00 quality, S1.48 COMFORTS. Fine silkoline Comforts, filled with best white cot ton. Regular price SI-49, r $1.19 Beautiful silkoline Com forts, fine white cotton filling. Regular price, $WT5, for $1 ,49 SPREADS. a 65c quality Crochet Spreads, 4...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE MORNIKG TIMES, SUffPJ.-, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897. 9 . PRICES AGAIN DECLINE Ko Efforts Apparent to Stem the Downward Tendency. Only Smull 2Cet Fractional tosses Sustained by the Usually Active Stocks, New York, Sept. 25. -The selling of MocW unlay was of the same character (Ob yeplay-iiiHt Js, oblefly by profes bluiMil eiirawnm and board-room traders wit we tent tnwn forcing liquidation on Cho part of small and lightly mar gined omlurs. Tliey were again ue ceiwriil In dMUltwtliig a moderate amount of tsk The declines as a rule were in tc-Ks that were iMt extensively dealt In, such ae Ainermtn Tobacco, Omaha com meu. OmiiWateu Gas, Manhattan, Teu imaeefc Coal and Iron, and Chesapeake and Obte. Of the usually aotive stocks Northwestern and lied. Xtfaati were tlie only ones tliat cleewl more than a point lower than ycs tcrtkij.. The inti&rity of the libt sustained only Rall net fractional losses. Excep tlMul strength hbj 1io wn by Union Pacific, 7K"tlerH Pacific preferred, and Chicag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE HOKNESTG TIMES, J SUN'S A if, SBPTJ3MB 1SB 26, 1897. 10 Si RJftJLsK fij PADITAf WhB - CITY ATHLE-TES m f-M) The out-door season in athletics in Air- tiiallv closed Xor this year. It bats been an eminentlv successful one throughout J and the interest In manly amateur sports I has been increased to a. wonderful ex- I tent and with this re1val-not a boom- tlic ct vear's season must necessniily , be a wooSSal and profitable one from be a maova . i i CVerVP0i3t Of Ue. J While the it f-enfcon lias not given lo ; i-" tuuH i..- - r. tbeaUrteticworidasmanynewtrackandldny by day, and the prospects ; now aro field records as were created In 90, it has been nevertheless an interesting one In which was witnessed the best class of work by all the stars and the time made" and the -distance covered" in respective evcats was in but few cases below the points which fetuud for worlds Tecord. These still stand, while minor rMvirds have been smashed. , it, .. ,i, vnrliVR irreatest JZnu. has held his...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

THE 31QBKING TIMES, 8,10 DAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897,' 11 MONEY WAITED AND TO LOAN. -AKEWPLAN.-" 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ox household furniture, pianos. HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., niiboui io no vat from possession ofowivsr. lou con have the money tho Uay you -apply i.,i . Payments on the principal, or any amount, will be received at any time, yiliSJL-"'- 'essen cost or loan. LOWEST KATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No cost to you If loan is not rnade. btrlotfy confidential. KiZJ'?i C"r farther Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. ami-U-cm G02Fstnw. WANTED -To borrow $500 on a paid-up JMMicy hi the Equitable Life Insurance Go. of Near York of $2,000; no enmmts- ""? Address EQUITABLE, this office. 6e26-3t WANTED To borrow SI, 500 on 2 mi IwrbaM houaar. commission, $50. S. T. S-, Ahu, office. ' se2G-3l LOAKo nam 5 to $60 to rel'ablc parties; also iiniey advanced on bicycles. Room Sj-Oent!i jldg.,cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nw. Be2l-7t,ewi L0Ait iro-M $5 to 550 to reliable partlet; alho utaauy advanced...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

12 THE MORNDSG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 3 897. Fiftoerc Dollars buys a suit of the cele, orated Rogers, Peet & Co. make of clothing-, which is made from finer fabric, is belter tailored has more style and will fit bet ter than any $25 custom suit made. Others at SI 8. S20, S22.50 and $25. "Worth every penny of their cost, too. ROBINSON & CrIERY CO., 12lh ami F Sts. N. W. ROBS AND FIRES A HOUSE Thief Pillages and Burns the Resi dence of S- Fisliman. The Bold Hohber Wa Seen to Enter the lluildios: ""! Surreptltious- ly I-envo by the Bubeinent. The Uiiaf who pillaged tfie residence or . Fishmnu ar No. 027 I street norUiwest let Ore to the house, and but for Its timely discovery the building and a large portion of n. contents would have been destroyed . Just belore dark last night a neighbor who lire, In Uie house adjoining Mr. Fish luai.'x home sa- a young colored iran come owt ot tne batewent door of the noun." 1tH a big bundle under bis arm. She had never ecn the fellow a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

; imimr ir WASHTOGKTOlSr, SUNDAY aiOKNIETG, SEPTEMBER 2(5, 3 897. mWt& - Pages Q to I::;:;;:;; ::::::'w.w.'. Ladies' and Men's All-wool " Kersey Overgaiters, 50c quality... -a w ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Th c Res Honest Shoe R You ask why it is that our stores are always crowded, and why so many Shoe wearers will ignore the enticing offers of other dealers, and will even go miles out of their way to buy thir Shoes at " Hahn's?" This is simply the result of nearly a quarter of a century's honest and honorable Shoe retailing. We have made our success by always looking conscientiously to the interests o our patrons. Job lots and other doubtful Shoes never find any shelf room here nor do we ever use fakey or questionable methods in our advertising to attract customers. We're selling twice as many Fall Shoes this season as usual because our selling price is as low as other dealers' present buying price for we contracted for our Shoes long ago, when leather was much cheaper than it is to-d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 September 1897

14 THE -MOBNTErG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1897. Lat weeK at the Washington theaters wa one tlcoltei to give ennui to Hie most blase. Ttic managers -will all wake up tired tltfs morning. wilest. wc except Ma4or Kieiturv, for sot a theater did a UiitaWeful of butjnt, ei-eept the Co lumbia, wuere ile po.ulm iwkvs induced a crowded iMistaee all week . The wea t her could not le made to t the scapegoat of tbe state of affairs, for the days and night were a cyA and tcdodve to iudoor enjoy i tent as they oould po&it)ly have been There ir jdroply sotMe? that the public caret! to sec. Un4er proper ireonsaHCe6, "At Piney Hidge ii-lgiit bove duae a good lu-ine. P!acta":tl: the Araduiy.MMl "The Tarry to w Wdo w"at tl National was a f rea fct4i e-cMWjfeM of jvdguient oh the part of the evttdtatfe. Miuiy moie och dfoiurtauceh of iMiK expectauoo will disturb the well-et apprticiaUou of what may U; looked foi on certain atajses. The NalXHi ai aud the Academy each ha a i-eputatkm to MiKtein,...

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