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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 May 1896

' , "WlS - "VI -3 -tr jST -THE EVENING TIM1KS, FBIDAY-, MAY 1, 1890. I i TODAY is as good tinie as "any 'tof'get your Spring Suit. It's HERB ready for you. The nobbiest, dressiest and best oneyou ever had. No matter what price you are to pay you'll find a choice variety-, of-styles,' fabrics and colors all correct iu fashion all welMailored and all perfect fitting. Our . $10, $12.50,. $15,. $20 SUITS are very popular "grades, and you'll find HERE more styles and patterns in ea'ch of them than most all other stores can show in their entire line. Finer and batter garments, too, than any one else has at same prices. Come, see for j'our self that's much more convincing than anybody's say so. Special prices on Shoes. A saving of a dollar or two on Hats. Furnishings of all kinds at. lowest possible prices. Shall we see you today ? Robinson, Chery & Co., 12th and F Streets, ! XOTHES. JRNISHINQ3. VTS. SHOES. FLOUR FREE. Tomorrow .we'll kInc either a 10 ccnt sock of TJ1 Het l'at. Flmir o...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

.,j,'r -r.'. -; rt 4 ODD flQQ was the TIMES' circu fl)0,Ui ration (or last week. XCLUSlE all-day aerrlcn of the United Pre, New Eujjlund Aa? Nocluted l'reu). .Southern Asso ciated PieHM, New York Statu Anitoci ated 1'rcwt, Hupplenicuted by llio ex clnnlvo rlclit to publish In Wunhlng ton the Now York Oeruld copyright Cable Service. The STAR'S circulation JQJ for last week was . . . 10 1 WASHI2TG-TON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENTNG, MAY 2. 1898 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. KO. 234. WALTtR WLL COME BACK An Atlantic City Crank Who . Imagines He is President. OAMEHERE TO BE SWORN IN YOUTH IHJnE CHURCH How to Interest the Young Dis cussed by Swsdenborgians. CONCERTED ACTION ADVISED IN ttNlIEJND HOUSE Mr. Wolcott Attacks the Naval Appropriation Bill. BURDENS OF THE PEOPLE MUZZAFFIR-I-DIN IS SHAH JifVIOfiu HONORED DUD Ramains of Secretary Gresharo to Lie at Arlington. ARRIVAL OF THE BOD? DISTRICT WCU6BESS Committees of Both Houses to Confer on Grade Crossings. WOMEN SURE OF WINNING Oertain of Be...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

ST-W-5". THE EVENING TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1896. Heclit & Company, 5i5 Seventh Street. Suits for $6.50 worth$10aud$12 on credit. Our $6.50 Suit sale is a bigger success than we ex pected. Good clothing wins ever' time. You must have been around town and taken a look at the poor, cheap, ill-made "truck" that's be ing sold that was bought up expressly for a ' 'sale. ' ' You can appreciate the worthi ness of ours by doing so. We warn you to take care what you buy at such "sales," for they guarantee you nothing. There isn't any better clothing made than ours and what we offer you now at reduced prices was made up by the finest manufacturer of clothing in this country a concern with a reputa tion whose guarantee means something. We regularly sell these very Suits for 10 and $12, but by legitimate means we came into the possession of 500 at such a price as to enable us to offer them for $6.50. We guarantee every garment if it isn't as we say it is or you're dissatis fied with your p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

n-i -rt- 5 - -J- U vMvj'sy3-c53'3,S?liV -'vyii-VV'i' J ' THE EVENING TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1896. HmmmHTmrnmnnimmiimMiiiiMig I FOUND. P A cMtlilns firm Willi v.icli sou 3 P caiiuealinporfc'Ctconriileiice. Tl.eir a S '".'.'" ir.Mt t i-v ncncrtisc-. Kiiur.iiii '- "-."" -"..-.,...: liotli'in price and quality. .Nothing inKroiiri-nlLfl. -N ilcifiitloa or f.iklMns." 1'iirch.iocni who arc not s.itii-fiitl can lum M'ir "ney " funded as cheerfully .is rtM-Ui'il. Thcv want ionriatniii.Ktf..ina know that square dealing is the only way VVV will offer the following special lnrealux In Hoji and Children s CluUiinR toJay. Boys' S1.75 Short Pants Suits, $1.25. Boys' $3.50Short Pants Suits, $2.25. Boys' $4 Blouse Sailor Suits, $3.00. Tin o are the lial.ince of a nnnu-f.ictiirer-s stock secured lij us at a sat rtricv. hence these ndiculoiislj ow prices Usual $4.50 Suits $2.68 3 Urns' roniliinatlon Suit, double- - E lire.i-tirtj.ickt.e.tr.i iuntsanilsip, a t three l' litems to s,."cct from. T'lesu -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

ST-J-t f-TRvl'fifj$Tgjt3 44-,.-, l?4 -MiLmMmmkm THE EVENING- TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1896. 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES (JlOn.M.SG, nVEKIXO ASD SUNDAY). OWNED AND ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY. TIMES BUILDING. Eoctiiwfst ConsKR Pexsti.vavia AVE- MJEAIO IlMU STUKET. Selcpltonc Editorial Rooms, M. Business Urflce. JJ7. Trice- Morning or Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents Monthly, by Carrier Moniiii" and Supday Thlrtv-flvo Cents Evening. Thirty Cents Morning. ) livening and- FIKTV CEXTS bunday. I BT 11 AIL. POSTAGE rKEPAJD. Mcrnlii?, Evonlmr ond irancmy.... SOo Horning and Rmulur 35o Evening and Suuduy..... 35o WASHINGTON. D. C. MAY a ISM. The Times reaches MORE PEOPLE every day in the week than any dally paper published in the Dis trict of Columbia. No other paper can successfully assail this statement. Circulation books open to all. Tin) ciiculutloa of Tlio Times for tlio ni'i'k ended April 211, 1800. wus cm follow: Monday, April 20 . . . 38,926 Tuesday, April 21...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

r.?$V "Tr. rx THE EVENING TIMES, ?SJLTUBDAY, MAY 2, 189G. 0 - ''Q J Lanibargh & tiro. V jAn Important 1 Special Sale I t for Monday ? 50 dozen White Crochet J Spreads, worth SI. 00, 1 for V" 5 5 dozen White Crochet i Spreads, worth 1.15, o J 2 5 dozen White Pique d Spreads, worth SI. 25, ,, for 90C ' ? 5 dozen White Crochet J 5 Spreads, worth (jj . 5 S1.50, for q)l.iy , -ALSO- f Ufie lot Ice Blank- J 5 ets, for., 4C 2 HACK J 5 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. c va.---.--- -v--'-.-.-- I esfl 6 A i 4 6 A t A -o- Is often spoiled in the tell- imr; we'll be brief and to the point If on want a Hf i i;eratOi or a Uaby Carriage or sonic relia li'c M it tin; or any article of Furniture ion can buy it here m CItKDIT for le3 money than tlic en-li lmn-.pi t,han;c rn not-r. mtTe-t Matting tacLi.il 'own FREE. Carpets inadcamt laid FHUK. GROG AN' S, A S19-S21-S23 7thSt. N.W. 1 ZETWEEX n JUST) I ST1 T CTTTmnnnimmmiT TTTTrmmrmunnTTTo "We pay a little inure for our Miocs and sell thcrn for a little le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

SSj-SISssiSs!!! 5tt5S"W5-:'-rf - 6 THE EVENING TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 185)8. A 5cent Railway Pare Until 1900. TO THH head of every family purchasing aim id mat cither. SI'. ELMO or DEL KAY aud building a lisu-e thcremi, coiiln.i nut lc than Sl.eO). befuro No vember 1. 1SS, wo will gnarautea a FIVE CUNTl'Al!i:t!MC.lill ilav from Wash.ng ton to cither ST. ELMO or DEL RAY until thevc-ir I'UI. Tills l a-'Unnlile and Rous with th lot, thus I111.1eas.nj; its value. Prices of lots, S50 to S1S0. Terms. SI down "0 cents to 51.25 weekly. Suei ill Excursion to St. Elmo and Del Riy TOMOK1SOW ("mull) at 2.1't p. in., from Pinnsjlvani., Depot. Free Tulets or our Agents at Depot Wood, Harmon & Co., 525 nth St. X. W See ad. In tomorrow's Tiiil s. 0 Eagle Jl'Pff. Co. v Two Great Values. . . . direct to the buyer from the manufacturer. Our Leader Brilliant ine-silk effect fan cies also light shades in li.i'igeables extra wide Ru-seline lining through out ripple back canvas ho'loni velvet racing....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

-v KSss'y sga-t IBSfSw5:! 'yr-s-!''P A THE EYJEN1NG TIMES. ATCItDAT, MAY 2, 1806. & Wl. - "-"- -- -n.ViiKV-t--yvf.-K.iii't?.K T HAILl!OAI)3 Pennsylvania RAILROAD. TATION" COnSER. OF BIXTH AMD B STEKETB. In Effwt April 24. 1890. X0.30A.M.riNNSSLVAMALllIIT- h.u rumiuu slerping. DmlLR, sniolaiw and Observation Cars HurrisburK io Chicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, EC Louis. C'eveianil and Toledo, buffet Parlor Oar to liarrit.hu rs. 10.30 A.. M. FAST UNE-l'uDmatt Hunt; I'.-irinrTjir to IlarnsburK. Parlor and Dininz Cars MarriidrorK '"l'",sfi"r'!: 8.40 1?. M. CHICAGO ANI ST. LOUIS EJel'lifc.-B i'uliiuaii lluiiet IMrtur lir to IlarrUburg. Skt-pl'iB and lilnitiir Cars llarrlsuun; to St. Luuu, Ciueluiiall. Luuis villa and Chicago. iy.io r. ar. Vesterm express Pulinian Slcepiuir Car to Clilcairo. and Harrisliun; to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. r.xo p.- ar. EorrrirwESTJEEN ex- 1'KCdS l-ulimm Sleeping and Dining Cars to. Bt. Louis, and Sleeping Car llarrialiiirg. to Cinciuuatl. 10.40 V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 May 1896

"?' -rC? 2V:. "vlis.-.-V-: t-'?.z5ni'-ffrw:-z wWJJ! iyJi,-,, the jBVEyora Tiaifljg. satpbdat. JtAgr-2, i896".v SPECIAL PRICES. , . . . . ON CHILDREN'S CLOTHES. We have just received another big lot of Short-pants Suits, bought to a big advantage, and, as usual, you get the benefit. There are about"3eveh "hundred suits, and we have divided them into two lots. Those which were made to sell for and are actually worth $4.5oaud $5, go at $2.50 1 KiTIE KEEGIN'S Df SBRICE 1 Vl .4. Young and of Good Family But Drink's Slave. The others made to sell ,at,$7, $7.5.0 and $8, and in fact are sold at that price in every store in town, are only $5.00. All rich, new patterns in both lots, garments that arc up to our usual high standard in every particular, and which we'll be responsible for to the last thread. No matter what the children need in Hats, Shoes or Furnishings of every kind, come HERE prepared to find exactly what you want and to be surprised at the little ness of the prices. Men's wear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

3&2&SHZ2$ 5.v4i.j i'mwmmmmm!wmjw-.-r,?szzs.r ltp- SplP1 !I'S3"'--,55Sss7 -fjr "We V f-- -"&,-, v - ,- -S-ijCJ-T OCR 97 was the TIMES' clrcu 00, lation for last week. VT -XCLUSl? E all-day service ot tho Mr United Press, New EiiKlund Aa ,"" Kucluted Press, Southern Ann cluted Press, Sew York Statu AkkocI--ted press, supplemented by the ex clusive right to publish In Wuidilng ton the New York Herald copyright Cuble Service. The STAR'S circulation JOf IDC for last week was . , . 1011,000 WASHING-TON. D. C", AON DAY -EVjSJfrjJGr, MAY 4, 18y EI&JIT PAGES. VOL. 1. JfO. 235. OlfE CENT. Br W? n I i " Qimes DISTRICT IH Withdrawal of Report Giving Rapid Transit to Anacostia. OPPOSITION SPRINGS UP It Ik Clnlnii'd Tlmt the ConfiTont-o Committee Exceeded ItH Authority Ju tlnj Mutter Lout; Debate In the Ileum) Led to the Actlou Favor able Semite Reports. After Hirce-qmrliTB of an hour spent In the House today iu discussing the con ference rcjiort on the hill nmt ndlng the rharter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

3P3! t-f-VS ipfcJS rNBr-r; l THE EVENING TIMEr2iiaN DAY, MAY 4, 1896. a M5vJ.-'v4ataa . HECHT & CO., 515 Seventh Street N. W. Underselling the' cash stores and giving credit. Better and better big-ger and bigger every day. Saturday was the busiest da we've bad since we came. We ought to be. We are doing somethinjr that was never before attempted selling clothing on credit for less money than the cash stores ask. Just now we're selling- our reg ular Men's $10 and $12 Cassimere Suits for $6.50. We say our reg ular $10 and $12 suits, because they were made by the manu facturer who supplies us year in and year out, and are just like the suits which we buy of him to sell at these prices. But this time we took such a quantity that we got them at a big concession and we're selling them for $6.50 cash or credit They are in all sizes single or double-breasted. We can fit any man from this lot no matter how small, how large, how short or ho"w"tall. We guarantee the fit, too and we say "if...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

V- J - "-S S,-'vf - - - s --"? i-J-J- " " -", THE EVENING TIMES, OKPAY, MAY 4, 1896. 'V Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Ttli St. It is the "come backs" thai tickle the merchant. We like to see the old faces and hear such remarks as "that last suit you sold me was the best suit I ever had in my life, and I want an other one just as good." We are giving them better ones this spring, for we haven't started in to make money yet. "We want to double the business first. Coming close to it this spring. No "whys or wherefores" if 3ou want your money back. It's yours. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. PiF:'vYSFv M.. ... Jaliu0 fci(infM by qxcing' great ruuce at very JlflV price,' Now a word about under wear. Of course every dealer has the best and cheapest, but I stand behind mine with an ironclad guar antee and a money - re - funded" clause. There's most every kind here good, Better, Balbriggan silky -Egyptian yarn Jlaco thread, etc., all are here at your se...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

.nPHPSPRfRBB--u-- r "r&Wm. V--Sji? " J51 THE EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 4, 18Uo. THE WASHINGTON TIMES (JIoiim.no, EvnMXo asp Sukdat). OWNED AND'ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES BlTILDIN'Q. EotmiwrsT Coitsrn rcsNSVLVAXu Ave- MIE A TENTII IsTUEET. telephone Editorial Room.. HI Business uthce. .ur. rrlce-Morning or Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Thrcu Cents Month), hy Carrier Moruin and bumlay Tbirti-flve Ccnu Eecnlng. .. Thirty Cents SfSiSg audi Firrr CEI.TS feundiy. i BT MAIL. l'OSTAGK I'KKPAID. Horning, Evenlnir nml Snliaoy.... 50o llorull.u uud Suiiduy S5o Kvt-ulni: and Sunday ''So "WASHINGTON. D.C.. MAY 4. .S'JO. Results are what nil advertisers ask for from the medium they use in making their announcement to the public. TIMES' patrons get results. Resulta. such only as the paper with the largest cir culation can give them. THE TIMES Is honest, and, being honest, makes honest state ments. Advertisers know it The circulation 01 THE TIMES for the week ende...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

I J .-i'V.TJ'-.rf . " v'V?'?1'"' S'' 'C'-N? -v- fft--? T-4r?',f7",".'S-r"3 - w"v-v THE EVENIffGr TIMES., .MONDAY, KAY 4, 1896. J i.A.ynnuntm a nno. ? gXTn.oitnixAnr beiuctios- LACE CURTAINS. An opportunitj' worth grasp ing, especially as you are now house cleaning and will need Lace Curtains. A glance at these prices and a look through our stuck will convince you that they are bargains. 65C Pair for one lot Not tingham Lace Curtains, 3 yds. long. Worth 90c. Pair. Pair for one loi Not-ttaerh-ira Lice Curtains, 3 yds. 100?. 75C Worth SI.00 Pair. O ,. Pair for ono lot Not- 4 OSv tlngliam Lace Curtains, 3 yds. lenj. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 t 9 Worth $1.0 Pair. rf Pair for one lot Not- J)I.OO tinsham Lace tains, 3i jds. Cur- long, 46 in. wide. Worth $1.35 Pair. $ Pair for one lot Not- I.2S tnaham Lace Cur- tains, 3Ji yds. lonjj, 40 in. wde. Worth $1.75 Pair. A d Pair for ono lot Not- A Pl.SO tlnghara Lace Cur 5 tains, 3)4 yds. long, 9 GO in. wide. 9 9 Worth $2.25 Pair, $1.98 Pair for one lot Not t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

. CiP-p5K'i??S32Sr 5?tfv':"-,i!;'-'s-''i, "" 'T5S5iKfr5?- US-!p?.-"rtwi.'?5- . 'AtA''CW S4? - B? '- -? il "- iCl Vi- ?!to,'fc!F - .i.ip-a,t-35ir5? THE EVENINGt TIMESMON PAY, MAY 4, 1896. tf' 6 RUHHiHG Tilt GAUNTLET BERLIN'S ART fXHIBITIOH 5 .-v MTBWP?. AfeSecU,' o. colors to order. HAHN'S ai t ii Effort to Pass the Policemen on - Guard at Woodley. Its Opening MM by Stateli ness andtiGenemony. t nmm shoes1 CLEVELAND APPEEHENS1VE IMPERIAL COlJHiE- PRESENT 31 1 ror men CONTAIN 1.1,1. t!TVI .T?. AIjIj All-3 ." ALLTHECOMFOBT It Cobih $.400 u Month to Protect th 1'rewldeut In 111- lTlvult-'JIc-Milenco. A Tlrui-H lti'porter Mudotiu Attempt to lti-ucli Hit- HouHi', Hut AVum Quick ly Stopped toy tlio Otflccrti. Significant Slight il'nt Upon Fon-lKii MlulHter Von IlleberHtoln by tlio Emperor ClieerH for IllHiuurck Culled for ut the) Exposlllou lluu quct uud Given AVItU a-tVlll. ALL Til l; wtAii- - OF SHOES Most Dealers unmn $4.00 ,VA" W5 -O" COT PLUG 20z- 5CTS- Sligo Heights! Oily Sis Miles t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

W -'.' ?& "V5-?a- -vs-V" . wTssf v-?5-.t-?-.; -" THE EVENING TIMES, tMQNOATr MLAY 4, 1896. UAILllOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. TATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND D STREETS. " In Effect April 24. 1800. XQ.30A.M-.I'ENN8YLVANIAI.IIuTT- Et 1-uuuuii Bleeping. Dlniug, Smoklng and Observation Can Hurrlsburg to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St. Louis. Cleveland and Toledo, buffet Parlor Car to llarnsburg. X0.30 A. M. FAST LINE Pullman llurie: 1'nrior Uir to Ilarrisburg. l'jrlur and Dining Cars Ilarrtsburi; to Pittsburg. 8.-40 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS fcJei'Rfcs.-j-l'uliiiiaii Uunet Parlor lir to Harrlabarg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to 8t. Louib, Cincinnati. Louis ville and Chicago. 7.10 r. ar. western express- Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, ana Hurrlsburg to Cleveland. Illume Car to Chicago. r.xo r. 3H. southwestern ex- rKUds 1'utuiun bleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis, aud Sleeping Car liarrlsburg to Cincinnati. 10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. PnUnuti Sleeping Car to Pittsb...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 4 May 1896

frt-'SsF'-a ' r&&g!&&ll9e$ .'Wa,?ew.,aSirfiji.JJ.!HSWi-JllHll,ll -r i. -.-t t- - .- wwsaAjMjog F.irr p--? - srv" im'u.-w m laiiutwgaiy w THE EVENUfG.TISMBa. MONDAY: MAT 4, . 1890. ' ftXX30GaOCmOGG300aC3&OOOOaOCXXXX American Homespuns as good as the imported, BETTER in many ways, richer patterns, choicer colors and combinations, equally as durable ana lower inprice. l?lenty of them HERE Checks, Plaids," Over-plaids and Scotch effects cut, made and trimmed superior to foreign garments. Ten, Twelvef ifty w and Fifteen dollars are our prices for-tllese suits, that are as stylish, look as well, and will wear as well as any custom tailor's production at $20 to $25. " Seeing is believing, suppose you see these. Robinson, Chcry & Co., 12th and F Streets, LOTHE3, RNISHING3. TS. SHOE3. "We pay a Utile nion for our shoes and tell them for allttlc lw th-u. any one il-e. Tim's, lmw we thrive." SO MANY PEOPLE DREAD the Idea or tin j me; a pair of new t-lioe-. ' Breaking in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 May 1896

t-rf-. frJ.$-j??!SI$ BL'?j?a;v ar-'v, .-, ncitin OCR Z97 was tbe TIMES' circa lOOjU lation for last week. 7 XCLTJSIVE ull-duy service of the Mr United l'rew.New England Aa- Hoctated Press, Southern Asso ciated Press, Nnw York Statu Associ ated Press, supplemented by tbe ex clusive right to publish In trashing ton the New York: Ueruld copyright Cublo Service. The STAR'S circulation JQfl OCR for last week was . . . 1011,000 WASHES GtTOjS D. C, TUESDAY JEyJS-fflNGr, MAY 5, 1896 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. JN0.23G. She lmes .v. ' 7 SUSPECTS ARE HELO Police Make Serai Arrests in the Kreglo Case. INQUEST THROWS LIGHT Plow.inn Hamilton Held in Custody by Coroner's Order. VALUABLE CLEWS FOUND TODAY Another Search of the Scene of the Murder Shows Important Fiicts. Little Ilelvu, thu Murdered Girl's SlNter, Told a Times Ileporter of a NegroShe Met In the "Woods Yes terdayHarrison Hicks und John Saunders Are Also In Custody Sus picious Circumstances In Saunders" Case Stulns on Ills Clothe. ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 May 1896

passagg -yt -isoTsSfrr i9?vs -a s THE EVENING TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1896. HECHT & CO., 515 Seventh Street N. W. "We're hurting the cash stores. Knew it all along, but didn't think they would "squeal" so ioon. Of course they will descry our clothing- and our methods, but what else could they do ? The offering of '$10 and $12 Suits for $6.50 was a "stunner" to them. They don't see for the life of them how we can sell Clothing for so little money and take for it as you're able to pay it. If they could buy as cheaply as we if they had capital enough to put in such a busi ness the- could easily under stand. The public will find out the best Clothing and the best place to buy it. They have found us out sooner than we expected. Nobo ly -welcomes 3-ou more than we. If you're in doubt about ANYTHING we shall be pleased to explain. There are plenty of those $6.50 Suits left and we guaran tee that vou cannot equal them for less "than $10 and $12 on matter where you go. HECHT & CO., 51...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 May 1896

SSSSSSSSSSS? ' 'rzlfr3$$x-i! 'SSSHS i cSi-' THE EVENING TIMES, TUESDAY, 31 AT 5, J89G. 3 Parker, Bridget fc Cn, Clothiers, M.iTthbt. Bicycle Suits! Inquire of your friends who ride the wheel where they buy their Bicycling clothing, and they will tell you at Parker, Bridget & Co.'s. This is as it should be. We outfitted five of the largest Bicycle Clubs in the city. Mr. Larramore, who is in charge of this depart ment, is an experienced wheelman and takes special pains in outfitting Bicycle Clubs in the correct attire at the least possible cost. We have had such a run on Bicycle Suits, Hosiery, Sweaters, &c, that we haven't been able to supply the demand. Here's how the prices run: Bicycle Suits, SLSO up. liicjclc Hosiery, 50c to $5. Best Worsted Sal or Collar Sweaters (these arc confined exclusively to us for Washington), only S3. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothing and Athletic Goods, 315 Seventh Street. Loeb & Ulrsl. Steii'M Store. ITTLE enough is the difference in pric...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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