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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

f "H '"ft o anb Bug (Lipiop (Lop. L-T jr "" v " THE VOL. 1. 2fO. 349. lfM II NS OILT FOB ffeiDI THEY WERE IH m MHGER Ilffll ill I distil - S "vrfS:' ruc Inwardness of the Seizure or nkf k J&jnjv But a "Times" Reporter Saw the the concord's officers. Hfikfes: Jt "JS'JlK Dress Reform Live Models. jijlfk, 1L. Iliff H0W T0 WEAR THE NEK G0WNS nwrn fwf' liil ' il I Krs' Grannis footed as if She Wore Beady fllillv-'f 1 1 I for a Plunge in tho Ocean Mrs. Colby's r uL krai2s3ltfs to 1 TJniaue Syrian Costume Miss leavens' Ifclw 3?5i5 villi J Art-draped Figure Miss Eeavey "Was wRt Mw&y$& xv Made to Confess She Wore a Corset. W Jwgm& f . ifHR kStWw Henry Studebaker Dead. South Bend, Ind., March 2. Henry Studo bakr died at 2:30 this afternoon of stomach and other troubles, after an illness of two years. Ho was born sixty-eight j ears ago in Adams county, Pa., coming to South Bend when a young man, where in 1852 he and his brother, Hon. Clem Studebaker, estab lished tho Studebaker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

THE WASHISTGrTOj TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1895. HATS THEIR WORTH, IS DOUBLE THEIR PRICE. Henry Franc & Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sfcs. N. W. !y&y& w jo $ t -x. mr ROTH ifliKR BHSTimfilr I WOMEN TAKE THFIR LEAVE G. A. R. - SRAIIIVP x i lively limes During the Closing . Hours of Congress. GALLERIES WERE CROWDED Senate Eeances the Appropriation for Addi tional Battle-ships Eefnsine to Secede from ths Hawaiian Cablo Proposition Gorman Predicts Another Eilhon Dollar Congress Blaine Site Pnrchare Eejccted. The near approach of the close ot Con gress manifested itsolf yesterday in crowded Senate galleries, eager claim ants about the corridors, and the bustle and confusion of important measures hur riedly handled. The Senate worked industriously through out the day, and although the naval appro priation bill invited flights of oratory on our new Navy, the demands of time re duced Uiis to a minimum and made rapid progress possible. It was kept Fteadily Ix'fore tlie Senate throughout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

JrtP--" THE WASHISTGrTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, MABOH 3, 1895. 8 ,e ' v Manager Schmelz and His Players Off for Charleston, S.C; KERCER SIGNED YESTERDAY Catcher Mahoney llnaljlo to Eoport Coogan with the Party Every One "Was in Good Spirits Crooks Will Play Third Daring the Preliminary Practice Nicholson ana Houseman Will Alternate Positions. . The Senators are off to the sunny climate to condition themselves for the siXjrmonths' battle with the other eleven clubs, -which compose the National League. They are all looking well, hardy, and strong. Tliey lert Washington last cvoniug for Charles ton, S. C, where they will practice, alter nating at Savannah, Ga. -The first ex hibition game will be at the latter place W'th the Brooklyn League team on the 11th instant. Col Earle "Wagner and Manager Schmelz, thr two principals or the "Washington club, wc ri beaming when a Times man met them. Th y had just finished taking a tender lor.k over the pupils of the kindergarten, and the colonol, when gree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

THE WASHHSr&TOItf TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1895. ThB Washington Times (EVEKY DAT IN THE TEAB.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EouinwrsT Cokkek Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Stueet. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S5, .Business Office, 337. Prlco, Daily Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. .By the month ..- Thlrty-fivo Cants. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 3, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tcsy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints either by ir a 11 or in person "will receive rroropt attention. Papers should be dc lhcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each niornins, including Sunday. THE SUGAR TEUST HAS TEE CHOICE. Tho proposition of the secretary ol th sugar trust to repeal tbo one-tenth discrim inating duty on raw sugar as a means ol opening tbo port6 ol Europe to American moat products would be about as effective as firing a popgun at the moon. It ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

"w V J'rsijfrissfv THE WASHINGTON TITLES, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1895. 'f-f ip)a,l.Ta MEN OP THE NEW GQNGRES8 One Hundred and Fifty-nine National De butants, Many of Them Unknowri. SWEPT IN ON THE TIDRL WRVE The Large Majority Have Had Little to Do with Public Life and Took "For lorn Hope" Nominations Young Blood and Energetic Life Are Their Distinguishing Characteristics Among the Walks of Life Represented Are the School Teacher, the Poet, the Journalist, the Mechanic, the Artist, and Even the Theatrical Manager Oh, Yes! There's a Humorist, Too, and He's Crowley, of the Great Big Democratic State of Texas. Ono hundred and fifty-nine Congressmen will maWe their official 'debut before the na tion to-morrow in Washington. They are the men who for the next two years will play nn Important part in guiding the great lum bering ship ol state into the quiet waters ot peace, happiness, and prosperity, or of wrecking it upon the shoals of disquiet, the locks of turmoil or the lee Bhoro of failure....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

--'" "w jafftrSj'-fR'PSSssr ,si33"-TV-r' THE WASHIN'GTOH" TIMES, SXTITDAT, MAECH 3, 1895. - i -Tag rtV-mtxtiV-: MOSES'. SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1S33. 3-wing Screens, 65 Specially good value. They 'Jiave nicety-finished oak frames, covered in splendid quality Figured Silkaline. We bought a lot of 10S a few days ago, but the price we put on them has had its effect, and now we want to sell the ''cor poral's guard" of them re maining as quickly as we can, so as to make room for the second big lot which will soon be arriving. Not one of them worth less than $2 or that can bo bad anywhere under that price. Nono Just liko theso can bo had In WashlnC'On at any price outsido of this store. w. CpC AND F and Ilfch -Streets. Storage "Warehouses, 22d St, near M. JUST HELP YOURSELF! If there is a solitary thing that j'ou need to make home more comfortable c ome right up here and get it. We've got six floors full of just as fine Furniture and Carpets as are made in this country. Get anything you want You...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

-V-W"? -ri THE WASHmaTOiN" TIDIES, STKSTDAY, 1MA.BCH 3, 1S95. Preparations for the Church anil the Givll Ceremonies. TOILET OF AN HEIRESS-I5IUDE It "Will Be Worthy of the 815,000,000 "Which the Bride Possesses Of Pnro "White Goods and to Bo Decorated "With Countless Poarls of Great Price Honey moon to Ba Spent at Eea and in Europe (Copyright, 1E95, by Bachellor, Johnson & Bnchcller.) T is some weeks now siiice there was pre sented at Uie Vati can, Tvitli the Epis copal indorcemi'nt of rrancois Mario, Cardinal Uichard, Archbishop of Pans, thi petition of Klzic, Marquis de Castel lane, for dispensa tion over papal seal. praying that con of Uie marquis, the noble Count de Castellane, in oonfirmation, Etienne Laheyrac de Bour bon, might marry Anna, daughter of the late Jay Gould, a heretic. It was set forth in the petition that the bride consented to a marriage in accordanoe -with tlie rites of Holy Church, that the groom -would receive the sacraments of penance and holy com munion ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

3 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STOTDAY, MARCH 3, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. Qrand Opera UoUsb. EDWARD H. ALLEN, Manager. nUST TIME IN THIS CITY OP Mr, T. Henry French's PRODUCTION OF TH ATTORNEY. A DRAMA OF TO-DAY. By HARRISON GRAY riSKE and CHARLES KLEIN. THE CAST IXCLUDEES tVM. COURTLEIGII, UAttRY . CHASE, JOUNK MORDATJNT, ALFRED BlAKELEV, ODELL WILLIAMS, J. E. COYNE, GEORGE FAWCETT, T. E. ItlClIMOND, CHAS.S ABBE, ANNIE IRISH, 32DW. J. MORGAN, LIZZIE HUDSON COLLIER. LAWNCEEDDINGER, ADELE RITCHIE, W. B. SMITH, EMMA STEVENS. The Entire New York Press Unanimous in Its Praise. HERALD Superb Craftmanehip. "WORLD A Success. SUN A Positive Success. TIMES A Triumph. POST A New and Interesting Melodrama. -TRIBUNE A Most Able Performance. TRESS A Very Good Flay. ADVERTJSER-An Interesting Character Play. MAIL AND EXPRESS A Success Without Question. EVENING SUN A Dktinct"Buccess. Trices: Orchestra, Jl 50; Circle, $1, and Balcony, 75 cents. kext week LILLIAN RUSSELL: HCRDEMY PRICES: Orohestra Chairs, Reserved...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJIsDAY, 3IABCH 3, 1895. 9 Estimate of Cost of Improving City Streets and Alleys. ENGINEER BAILEY'S EXHIBIT Over One Hundred Miles of Streets and Seven Eundrei Square Yards of Alleys That Heed Paving- and Grading Statis tical Showing Made by tie Excise Board Ellis Eecommendod by Commissioners. In rep9ise to a resolution or inquiry Xroru the Senaic.-an estimate of the cost of grading and PAving the unimproved streets and alleys r the city, has boon prepared and forwarded Tor the Information of the Itgttlalors. TUe estimate jivas made by.. George H. Bnttesy. computing engineer, awl having been proparod hurriedly td meet the exigent demand, is understood to lie an approximation only. The total length of the streets to be im proved is given as 044,380 feet, equnling 108 1-10 miles, and the estimated cost is 50,907,200. Tlw mrfHcc of the alleys is stated to be, in thcaggregatc, 700,000squnrc yards, -which, at 2.56 par yard, amounts to 1,7-50,000 as the total expens...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

10 THT!i TV-ASTTraO-TO-N- TTJt15''!. STTOPAT, MA.T?CH"3. 18fl5. Chronicles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. (Copyright 1895 by Anthony Hope.) CHAPTER YI. COUNT ANTONIO AND TIIE HERMIT OF THE VAULT. Among the stories concerning the Count Antonio whlcli -were J0KI to me In answer to. mj questioning, and whereof I have re jected many as being no better than idle tale, tliero was one that mot me orten, and yet seemed strange and impossible to believe, for it was said that he bad during the ttone or his outlawry, once spent several days in the vault of the Tesclielti, ai.d there suffered things that paEs human understanding. Tills vault lies-bard by the Church of St. John, the Theologian, in The suburbs of Baratesta, oit the Panics of the river, jyid the Pescbeltt bad a palace hard by, and were a famHy of high nobility and allied by blood to the house of Monte "Velluto. Hut I could find no warant for the story of An tonio's sojourn in the vault, and, although ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

s- x-4-v(Tia-tw THE WASHIJSTGTOlSr TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1895. 11 Mt.-, -jI.injk.V-.-igfl?",vE'v-a''!'S'" Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. .MEETINGS FOK THIS WEEK. SUNDAY, SIABCn 3. L. A. 430S, K, of L., Musicians Elks' Hall, Ninth street nnd Pennsylvania nvenuo. Theatrical Blase Employes 131G E streot SIOKDAT, MAHCH 4. L. A. 1G44, E. or L., riastorers Plasterers' Hall,Four-and-n-balIstreel and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A. 174S, K. of L., Carpenters Typo graphical Temple. L. A. 10JG. K. or L., Bakers' Drivers Hunch's Hall, 314 Eighth streot. L. U.t No. 190, Brotherhood of Carpenters and 'Joiners Hall 425 12th stroet northwest. TUESDAT, 5IAECII 5. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half 6treet and Pennsylvania avenue. WEDXESDAY, mabcu G. Columbia Lodge, No. 174, Machinists Mc Cnuley's Hall, Pennsylvania avenue south east Electrical "Workers 509 Eleventh street northwest. Barbors' Assembly Plasterers' Hall. Horsoshoera' Union 737 Seventh stree...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 March 1895

t ?.'"' -&v "S" 12 THE WASHXNXBKrOK TIMigs, BUM) AX, EXARCH 3, 1895. ;Thc Jcnncss .Miller Shoe Is tho only J$t. sgJsskoo recommended by 3Irs. .Miller, fa Comfortable, Hygienic, and fits the foot '''" perfectly. Two styles of toes. The wide Common Scnso and Narrow Patent Leather Tip, a SO value, our price S3. Wo alone make and sell it. Walker Building to Betapied By the Commissioners. Our remodeling sale has been a grand success, but the workmen are still in the store, and to compensate you for the annoyance and confusion of shopping while the improvements are being made, we are going to sell for TWO DAYS ONLY, all Men'-s, Youths', Medium and Heavy-weight Sack and Cutaway Suits at exactly ONE-HALF their VALUE, viz: REMOVAL TO OCCUR BY JUNE 30 HImBR&NS Sb S All Departments of Local Governments to Bo Concentrated Under Ono Roof Authori ties Hako tho Change to Obtain Bettor Protection for Public Bocords in Case of Fire To Facilitate Dispatch of Bnflineis. Ladies' S ss J JJ.-ttJ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

; iffi "5-." VJgs-rslg'5J". VJfFSKiifZ- "??- J?'P9-"rrrK tirt-' (0o ctnb 33uy SLiptop fLoy VOL. I- O. 350. Tp-ASnxisrGTOr, i. c, Monday MOiifxisrG, makch 4, i895 six pages. OjSTE ceot. tZz -7 SILVER ON TOP THE WAY! MID) TIE SILLS BIN DROPPED BHHE WAYSIDE CAOTIOUS. PEACE- MAKING Conflress Passes the Provision for the Many of the Mexican Pilgrims Found Dead Near the Road. Japan Must Be Sure that Chinese Envoys Arc Authorized. Million-Dollar Loss Caused by a Port Deposit In a Terrible Plight from Gorge and Flood. Thousands View the Legislative Mill in Swift fiction. International Monetary Conference, i Congress Dispatched important Legislation with Celerity. ire in a Store, Even Now It Is Impossiblo to Toll "What "Was tho Number of Victims, of tho Disaster. j Senate Karnes As Free Coinage Dolegatcs Jones, Teller, and Daniel Speaker Crisp the Only Choice Yet of the Honso. Minister Denby Wires the Credentials to Japan If They Are Satisfactory, a Meeting Will Be Had- FIRE DEPARTMENT HELPL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

THE WASHiyGTOy TIMES, MONDAT, MAUCH 4, 895. Provision for Purchasing the Blaine Property Stricken Out. HOUSE REFUSED TO AGKEE .Appropriation for Acquiring the Mahone lot for tho Government Printing Office Also Stricken Oat Senate' Amendment to the "Ford's Theater Victims' Item - Cheerfully Agreed to By the Honse. Mr. John M. Albnugh may l)uild the Xafayette Square opera bouso cud open lit on September 23 next, as bo has ar ranged, and doubtless -will. The House on Saturday evening bit bard the Senate amendment appropriating $150,000 t buy the site and please Senator Cameron. There were few votes in the House to allow the proposition to stand, and two of thew; explained that they thought they were voting the other way. WbeH the fcundry civil bill went back to conference there wa6 no effort to insist on the nniendment. It d.cd an easy death before the popular will in Fpite of the efforts of Mr. Glover and other aristocratic neighbors ol the President to piotect the square. The confere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

, -4v?Bl jTWC-f A thewashington Trarss, mowoax, march 4, .isos. '-i"!t$&3G POPE LIS'S SUCCESS! It is Not Likely that He Will Go from America. FOUR CANDIDATE CAKDINALS The Kantle Kay Fall Upon Fersico or "Hsz zella Beth Eave Served in This Courf trv, and Arc Favorably Disposed Toward It Chances of Gibbons and Tascherean Humors of Leo's 111 Health. As is Rencrall y the case the minors of the ill-health of Poie Io XIII. which have been coming from Koine for the past few days, have oci'ed up the way to specula tion as to his probable successor. There ar many reasons why the Catholics of this country are interested in these sjircu Ir.tjons. The partiality and interest shown by P p Leoii his liberality toward this coun try and the interest he has taken In Ameri can institutions has particularly endeared 'im t themand litis ociiel the way forthe h ) that he will be succeeded by some one equally as well disposed or even that the next Tope will lie an American. It is very improbable that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1895. The Washington Times (EVEKT DAV IN THE YEAR.J OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Kashingtun Times Compaa7 TIMES BUILDING. Ecithmest ConjEit Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth fcranEr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5, Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition --One Cent fcundny Edition Three Cents." Evihn month .... ..Thirty-rive Cents. - WASHINGTON, D. a. MAUGH 4, 1895. Si:bjcrlbcr to "The Times" will confer a iDMtr bv promptly reporting any dhcour- tcsy of collectors, or neglect of duty on Ihc r-a"t of the carriers. Complaints" cither b r. nil or in person will receive. 1 1 orapt attention. I'apcrs should be de ljcrcdtoai: parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. TEE GRAT-BAG AIJOURNMEHT. Goatrary to the established practice of formor administration. President Cleveland will nut co to the Capitol to-day and take part in the hand-organ process of grinding oat legislation. Ho believes, as does the public, that bills should be cons...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

r - -& " THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, MOMDAT, 3IAECH 4, 1895. MOSES'. MONDAY. MARCH 4, 1S95. CHILD'S CUB . s10. White enamel, brass trimmed, 2 ft. 6. in. wide, 4 ft. 6 in. long. Drop sides (un usuall' liigh). Brass rod at foot and head. Finest qualit3r woven wire spring at "bottom only needs a light pad as mattress. $20 is the usual price but while this lot lasts the cost to you is $10. Of course you know wo aro tho only loivil eollers of the finest enamel nnd brass leds that liavo tho woven viro (spring attached, and that nro sold with any guarantoe as to durability and wear of spring. OSES AND SONS, B. F and 11th Streets. Storage Warohouses, 22dSt., noariL JUST HELP If there is asolitaiy thing that 3011 need to make home more comfortable c o m e right up here and get it. "We've got six floors full of just as fine Furniture and Carpets as are made in this country. Get anything 3011 want You Needn't Pay For It All at once let us have a little money once a week or once a month there i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 March 1895

THE AVASHINGTOT TIMES, MOjStDAT", MARCH 4, 1895. 6 -tie " V 0 Money to be made by you- HERE to-day. We are selling ALL of our MEN'S and YOUTHS MEDIUM and HEAVY WEIGHT- SACK and CUTAWAY SUITS at just ONE-HALF their VALUE. $5.00 Buys the io Ones. $6.00 " " $12 $7.50. " "$r5 $9.00 " " $iS. $10.00 " " &o $12.50 ". "$25 $15.00 " " $30 $17.50 " " $35 Sale lasts only to-day and Come in this morning. 'Twill pay you. Robinson, Cheryl Co TWELFTH AND F STS. Position of the Old Dominion Jockey Club Clearly Defined. INJUNCTIONS OF NO AVAIL Alexander Island Management Killinp Le gitimate High-claES Eacing' in This Sec lion or the Conntiy The Old New Jersey Outlaw Tracks Were Tame in Compari son with the Place Over the Hiver. The resumption or racing at the track on Alexander Island, known as the Old Do minion Jockey Club, is heartily "deplored among reputable racing men. Two years ago "Washington had a reputation for clean, legitimate racing second to none in the country. The sport at Benning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 March 1895

sjwsF '' rySf5' Kt5frttrx,ff,5 ?ir!&iS --tcJ (Bo anb 33mj Ctp-iop Cop. VOL. 1. 1STO. 351. WASHXtfGrTO, D. C, TUESDAY MOftKpsa, MARCH 5, 1895 SIX PAGES. 02sE CETT. aSTEB DEED SS HE BU Policeman Green's Bullet Cut the Fleeing Prisoner's Spinal Cord. COLORED AACOSTIANS ANGRY They Talk of Holding an Indignation Meet ingThe Dead Man Was Under Arrest, but Attempted to Escape Grcon Fired to Frighten, but the Fugitive Received a "Wound That Instantly Killed Him. Rculien Foster, a young colored man, was allot through the head and instantly killed about 1:30 o'clock yesterday after noon by Policeman Adwin W. Greou, from whom he "was escaping in Hillsdale, a littletowii atwveAuucostia. Foster wus known in Anacostia, Hills dale, and tlie surrounding country as a very tough fellow, with a remarkably ex tensive Jail and workhouse record. Sun day mglit he engaged in an affray with "William Simms, another young colored man, near Sheridanavenuc. The Tight botweon tbe two men was a despeiate and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 March 1895

X 2 THE WSHISTOTCXST TIMES, TUESDAY, 3IARCH 5, 1895 Great Contest of Epworth League Oratorical Association. LACEY SITES THE WINNER His Prize, a Bolman's Sunday-school Biblo, Donated by Woodward & Xothrop Hiss Amy X. May Eeceived Honorable Mention President Eantin, of Howard Uni versity, Made the Presentation. Sonic of the most eloquent of "Washing ton's young orators, of both sexes, as sisted to make Hie Bceond annual oratori cal contest of the Epworth league Oratori cal Association of the District of Colum bia. held at Hanillnc M. 33. Church last night, a memorable occasion in the history or the society. The prize, a copy of Ilolman's Sunday school Bible, a gift of Messrs. Woodward & Lothrop, was won by Mr. C. M. Lacey S.tes, of the Metropolitan Chapter. Miss Amy L. May. of the Douglas Chapter, re ceiving honorable mention. Rev. Dr. J. E. Rankin, of Howard University, an nounced the victors and presented the prize. The Oratorical Association was organ ized m May, 1S93, and ...

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