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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897. s DEPRESSED STOCK MARKET AANCIAL. j FINANCIAL -OFFICE OF- ILSBY 81 COMPANY, (Incorporated.) A Speculation has Ueon Much Re stricted During the 'Week. The Union Pacific Complication-., Cuban SUuutiun and Election Disturbing Factors.. " -- ',,,:, - , -. , - Tyjr The Original Green Stamps'9 Only. As always, we are willing' io give our customers the full value of their money, and a little more when it is possible. We have investigated the Trading Stamp system (as introduced by the Washington Trading Stamp Co., 423 Seventh street) and are satis- ' fied that it is a good thing for our patrons and ourselves. We give one Trading Stamp with every ten cents invested in our famous footwear. Come on Honda' and let us help fill your book, that 3-011 may quickly secure one of the exceedingly handsome premiums -..-offered. If yon haven't begun a collection, get a book at once and let Stol l's stamps start S-y.ou. 1i Two N Special Ladies' double sole...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

TJ3LE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, QCTOBJETfl, 31 1897, m BON MARCHE. j BON MAROHB. J BON MAROHE. S- I : 1 """ '. J&fiv mi $7 Silk Shirt Waists, In Sutinc. all color. Roman striped and plaid BUTTERICK." Jersey-covered Bust Terms, for dress makers anil home use. $1.00 - taffeta llks $7 value $4.79 1 -value 590 ENGRAVING. no Cards, with copper plate... .59 50 Cards.ieprlnt from plate. ...30Q "Wedding Engraving a specialty. I Sterling silver hair brushes, $1.79 COAT CUTS. A & G. UQSaDLORS LOWERED Golumwt' Varsity Wins tlio Local Football Championship. 3 V GRANVILLE LEWIS THE STAR Bl Captain of the College Team the r.ife of the. Content Both Teain, Put Up Good Olfensslve (inme, But Their Lines, AVero Wculc. araem-aGsssssaow&awwQ qsssqss gs&s gsssg&sq s-s5 esss esssasss Q5SS5C GSSSSSKa Open Evenings. &&.7Q COAT S-A-XiIEL 9.79 m m The above cuts represent a few of the styles we are going to offer in our special sale of Iadies' and Misses' Coats, commencing tomorr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 33, 1897. WHEEL WMEELM 1 lie Lingue Election. All tUc dfvisi ! of the League of Amer ican Wheelmen lwld their annual-election of ffKeri next iiKinth, and in otil;. three ifctfaiKV, vlr, Massachusetts, Illinois, and Ulte Dintnrt of Columbia, is there any con Ut The divi-ions, other ihan those men tlaned, 1-ave renominated the old officers oidy. In tlw three divisions mentioned the oontest Is exciting and oach side lb f ighting furioH.sly for supremacy. Not the leat excittne; is tlie contost in this dlvisIon,"a a vlalt to either tt the campaign head QURrters will piovo. On ouc ticket is found the mimes of all the wkl officers, who have worked ennrpetically and faithfully for the ad--vancetiKait and general welfare of the leacwe, awl wim have succeeded in bring ing the membership from less than 100 to Uhc l.OOt) nmrk. This ticket i headed by that oM '"war liorse" and veteran in eyoHftg Hroltfh, William T. Kobertmn who lb the i:Hlfiat for chier con...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

6 3?HE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1897. 1 . k tme (Moitui-a, evexing axi soxdat,) BY The Washington Times Company. SEEIiSON HUTOHIKS, President, Hrrcmxs Buil,tixg. Sxn&scmrTmx Kaths. Monthly, by Carkikb: Morning, ISvenlng and Sunday, Pifry Cents Mornittcawl Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening aud Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY ia It One Year, Mora., Eve. aud Sunday. -55.50 six Mwiths, ". " " ' .. 3.00 TbreeMoBtfcs," " " .. 1.7B Obo Tear, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Mouths, ' A' " 2.25 Three Months, " . " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday...... 4.09 SIxMwitlis, " ' " 2.25 Three Months, " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year. . 1.00 OMans by mail must bo accompanied by sttbserlption price. TjsoiH'hoxks : Editorial liooms, 4SC; Business Office, lfti. 'Circulation Stalomcnt. Site circuIofiMi of Tjik Tijibk for the meek ended Saturday, October 90, 3S97, teas amAw, Oet&erSf. 23,400 JtfMgt, October &....; 30,705 ffea. Oatefcr ..... .&. SQ,9H Wnimmdav, October 17. -10,019 SSmraiay...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TU&ES, WASKI2!TGTOT, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897, v MEHWS 11 ENDS District Christian Eiideavorers JoyM Over Results. liGII SESSION A SUCCESS The Sixth. Annual Ileuulou the 3Io-t a?romIsing: of Any' Ever Held "Welcome "Was Extended by All Churches nnd the Attendance "Vni3 'TJnusunlly Greut. The sfxlb annual couventiou or the J)lslriat Christian Endeavor Union, which "was formally opened on Friday evening at Uie New York Aenue rresbyterhu. Church AYitM as Inspiring sung ervicc, ended last evening "with a most solemn consecration eanioe. Preliminary to toe convention there were prayer services m the various oburobe in the city on Thursday eieu Ing, and a special prayer meeting at the !New York Avenue Cliurcli on Triilay uioru 'liS lit 7 o"fc. Xestenktr wafc by far tlie busiest day ot the cosveattoa, there being four meetings Iwld in dfffewnt jirt -of tl)e city under the nihtce of tbe Chrtetiun Kndeavorers Tac flist of tLtte wa an evangelization conference at the First Congregation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TTMTS, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 18&7, 0'' -fc --var -.- ' ''.1fc..- I LANSBURQH & BRO. I YOU SURELY HAVE t MANY NOVEMBER WEDDINGS A TRADING STAMP BOOK. If you have not you are an exception to the general rulef for nearly every one you meet now has a book bsgun, and a great many have already filled several books and received beautiful presents merely by handing in their books with the stamps. We give Trading Stamps to every purchaser of ten cents' worth or more of merchandise and yet enable you to buy goods way below the prices of others, because we buy our mer chandise in such quantities and direct from the largest manu facturers and mills everywhere, besides giving you the bene fit of Trading Stamps. The Trading Stamp feature has come to stay, and many useful articles can be secured through filling your stamp books. It would pay you to visit the headquarters of the Washington Trading Stamp Companj, which is directly opposite our establishment, and see the magnifi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

9 ALEXANDRIA WINS A PRiZ, j Hecht & Company 515 Seventh StreeV-"che store where your promise to pay buys as much and for as little as cash." 1 TffiE TIMES, WASHlKGTQlf,jSUSfDAT, OCTOBER 31, 1897. 111 (he Future the Collector's fice Will be Tbere. Of- Tue Intcrnul Heveuue ConiniKMoner Decide to Remove the Collectors Headquarters, to Alexandria. Commissioner of Internal .Revenue F.r n.an nrfed yesterday that the headquarters of Collector Agucw should be removed from Lyiicttoarj: to Alexandria. Dulegauons in lawr of each place were before the coiir uiiMiioner. and tfee Alexandrians, on the dcrtaraum In their faior, broke out into applaUM. Tt-e Lynchburg people "were represented bj Itepie'ttUttiVC Otey, J. 11. Williams, "WfliU. M Horle and O. B. Barker Tlu Alexandria delegation wai headed b Rervtniuttve Itixey, Collector Agnew, Robert Portcer andM. 11. Harlow, president of the Purines Hen's League. The other ifeivberfe of the delegation were J. K. M. lorum, George L. Simpson, LouU C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

10 THIS XJMlflS, WASHlSFGTQy, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897. AN UNEQUALED ARRAY OF THE MOST EXCLUSIVE HOME CONTRARY TO THE USUAL CUSTOM OF CREDIT HOUSES, our stock includes a superior assortment of furnishings of the choicest and most exclu sive designs, as well as the more ordinary lines of goods. Fine specimens fromelebrated manufacturers may be found on our floors' High art goods in a multitude of styles, and at the lowest prices, are obtainable here. Having establishments in other cities our vast purchasing power makes low prices possible and infinitely lower than you would imagine. FURNISHINGS Chamber Suite. Solid oak, large bevel plate mir ror, 4 -drawer dresser, serpentine top, massive and elegant Chamber Suite. Solid oak, bevel plate mirror, 3 drnwer drotwr, handsome overlay carving Parlor Suite. Frame gilded with pure gold leaf, Ktrfctly liigh-grade cover, and a Wg value at Parlor Suite. Mahogany-finished frame, five pieces complete, -well made, cover ed in American damask. Cham...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

r K I rn THE T1M.ES. WASHXNG-TOg J3UJSTDAT, OCTOBEH 31, 1897. rlpe3e3CC3aQe3e3e3e30e:3e The Amen EI! ! I For the proper display of ilie magnificent articles that The American Premium Stamp Co. will give to all who have collected the req uisite number of stamps, the whole ground floor of the 'immense Inter -Ocean Building has been secured. Our buyer is owinwew The buyer is now in N'ew York selecting such an as sortment of articles as shall be a delight and wonder to all Washiugtoniaus. The sliow rooms will be hand somely fitted up and the goods on exhibition within a few days. iinnr III! iUi The premiums will be more valuable and will be given for a smaller number of 'stamps than was ever attempted before. n Premium JriA-S SEjC3XTIK!EjII) Stamp Co.S 52 flflTfl STREET H.Vf. r . " 3? lPte' ' lllll Y WW'' WMmm nil o?3HHm ' ' l'' lWiW 'IK 'IS 'm- HP ft (1 l(j1 ll fm i fj A) j : - . ft7 ( - i! Wag i II ii ii srx, -'Ammii II,!!!!,,,!,,,, ...... Bai Miiif Pi pi W da1 j The list of merchants...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SP5N"PAY, OCTOBER 81.- 1897 12 $1,000 Will Be Given If it can be shown that we hae e er re folded U replace a iUmp that did not gn e sal faction Real Uiamonds are no b9tter for all purposes than tfe THEREPORTDFMH.WILSQN Submitted to the President and the Cabinet Friday. V ! VV The BUSY COmer, smanmiarteiajace: IT MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS Genuine 1 nQ Barrios J) 1.1 Diamonds JPM We ar the - i nt,eiiis iu tlic Vii it ed Stale. f'r tlie-- i a iou semi i e ions Btiue win i ar- the it" approich tO grUll.lie 111 t ir.l 'St, r v x c vti Tcir the iri s, ni ii tn ii -.m M'.n lUlckli Ut the I'ublK we will forwaid either Ring, Pin, Stud, Earrings (Screws or Dropsy, at EARRINGS ARE $2 Per Pair. Or " GUAS AHTEE : Tliev stones are guaranteed to re turn their luster for ever, the moutitiugs are lieavj rolled plate and are warranted for fie years SPECIAL CAUTION: Do not confound genuine Barrio": Dia monds with --o called Khinestones, Bra zilian, Parisian. Ciulconda, Kongo, fcarj...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

Vimt -Pages Q to WASHmGTCOir, SUiSTDAX, OCTOBER 31, 3897. :: :::::: :: :::: :::::' () "Xo Poor-weaving- Shoes Here xil Anj' Price." , LABOR IIS IN ENGLAND S!2J W A Great Strike of Cotton Mill Operatives Imminent. WM't JJStft Ail jfifotjjgjgaiitfflSjfcliife rvr (I) ( ' Every Shoe Wearer Should Read This. The explanation of this marvelous growth, of our great Shoe business is as simple as the A, B, C to those who know our Shoes, our Prices, and our Business Methods. People are coming- here in ever-increasing numbers because they find out they can obtain here better and handsomer Shoes at lower prices than a-nj'where else in Washington. Months ago, before the tariff went into ef fect, we placed probably the largest Shoe orders ever given by any retail shoe house in conse quence we are SELLING- Shoes at same prices we would have to PAY, were we to buy them today. Our Great Winter Russet $3.00 Shoes for Men xWvi ?'. 27 sr$ or - -vvj, r S..lXr!- ij FnsTsJP are the handsom est Tan Shoes yo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

- THE TIMES, WASHINGTON', BUI DAY, OCTOBER 31, 18i7. fedBeaiH 7r- XII. THE LASSlNTHE KIRK YARD. I hart been well-nigh a year about tlie reat house of Girtlion as family chaplain to tue laird, wlieti tliere came a call to accept die ministry of the gospel among tbe jhujiIc of Balmaghie. It was a parish grooily to raj rulud. Itlles.asallknow.iu Ue heart ot Galloway, between the slow, placid etftee sof tlie Ken and the rapid, turbulent, iudl-race of the Black Water of Dee. Whew I arrivedat the Kirk of Balmaghie. having cc.nie nil the long journey from Glrthon ?a foot and fat-ting, I Kit me down on a flat rtrfine In the kirk yard, near by where tlie martyrs lie at the gable end. So exhausted was I that I know not what IHoald have done but for a young lass. corncily and well put on, who gave me the farle of oatcake she had brought with her for her "morning." "You art the young minister who is to preach tout, this day?" she said, going over 1 to lbs edge or t he little wood, which at that...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

- v"3r59gvj THE TIMER. WASHINGTON", StJNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897. ipp4?v&rk7fgt tm&wsr- - money wa.nt.kij a.vd to loan, "lxd.yns" aTade on TfurnttTre, houses, etc. Loans nmdeon Furniture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc., at lowest rates ana quickest pot-slme time, htncuy c-ouiiueuiiai. i'lea,-e fall before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., olO F bt. nw. MONEY TO LOAN -From $5 to $50 to re liable pnrtlcB at legal rate of interest; money advanced on bicjdes. ROOM e. Central building. 9th and Fa. ave. oc27-lm-em MONEY LOANED upon funiiturcaiid other good securities without removal or pub licity. 512 13th st uw. oc30-3t A GOVERNMENT employe desires a loan of $200 for sixty days", good security and commission given for the use of same. Address STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL, this office. oc26-6t ""WANTED By a responsible party $800 for one month's use. will gie $50 Tor use of same, will let lender hold 1,200 "worth of Rood notes as security; no tririers seed answer. Addres...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASKLfcTG-TOK, S UK DAY. OCTOBER 31, 3S97. 26 J- yiwm The Bostonians in 'naie.1" The Sere- Lafayette Herbert Keicer ami ECRc iStutntKim to ' A Coat of Many Colors." Oohnnbia-AngtwLe Ytm Weiie, In "A IMwKaauV HoMsauce." Grauil aiarte Waluwtigtot in "Shall We HceBrw Her. AOH4eniy-U:M in "Human Hearts." Myo Chartes Bttts wni (Alien;. iKjmma Sew York Stems. keaistee week 1kIc back a number 1 '0Cifl &LsMti and one newcomer, whose fame grceo Mm. Augat&e Van Biene, wbo ouit&efc a capacity fur acting with a gettfu fr the 'cello, will play (drama aiMl routfe) r the Colombia Ous week, Iu ataate Harvey's A Musician's Romance." lift - accustomed to accept weird imdi dnnuiic WrtHs front the prolific Harvey. lawyntosil toeroineand lugubrious heroes, Iwt titae aucbor of So hem's 'An Enemy to Ube King" wmte'The White Rat'"and"0!i the Jlowery." air. YaHBfeiH. reputation has preceded MuartUewtttlHwelocHnedwitbexpecta- 41MB of a j-ood dramatic performance di- TV with some good m...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES WASHINGTON", SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897 17 ft L ii Proof Green The most reputable merchants in the leading cities of the United States are giving Trading Stamps (the green kind) to their cus tomers. The customer need only save these until a sufficient number is accumulated in order to secure a really handsome and valuable premium entirely free. A Green Trading Stamp is given with every ten cents expended. The books to be filled can be obtained at our show rooms. 423 Seventh Street, where you can see the various articles given for stamps. The following few names of those who have filled books and secured premiums are printed by permission : - . Mrs. A. B. Eichorn, 87 K St. nw. Mr. B. C. Hart, 107 Pa. Ave. nw. Miss Baumgarten, 440 H St. nw. N- G. Woodbury, 623 4th St nw. Mrs. H. S. Harvey, 923 Mass. Ave. The following are butaiewof the Banjos and Violin. -Stjg 23 i uenuine ijiiuier vjperu umshes. a,' WtzS&kSLW&itfL : S3" "I 3" 4. lSPi&gtg&Se2& 2? immmTAwmym...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

.THE TIMES, WASHISTGTOiN, SFNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1891. THE niS OF THE DAY Various Notes of Interest to tlie Fair Sex. NEW MODES FOR' NOVEMBER Changing Styles in Huts, AVrnt", Gowns and Shoes Indoor Toilets, as Fashioned for the Autumn and "Winti'r The American Duchess at Blenheim Fall Shopping. New Tork.Oct.30. Tlie day lias passed when folks consulted the oracle seriously on All Salute Day to find out -what con jugal Joys and sorrows are la store for them. But tlie tradition remains, and like the old Twelfth Night rites, it lias de veloped Into a day or evening of social festivities, -with a few of the old super stitions Introduced to lend color to the occasion. Halloween has always been a night given up to unrestrained enjoymeut when civil laws arc set at a discount and youth is permitted to open the escape-valve for the surplus steam which Is the accumulation of the past year. Sucli days as these seem necessary to tUU gen eration. College boys have their recog nized basing days, upo...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHm&TOyr, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 189T. 19 THE J1PHMIF TOOAY foru Uoslii's Deft. Analysis of His Country men. CIVILIZING EFFECT OF REFORM Selection. From a ilost Instructive Article Contributed by the Jiqui not .Minister to HtiriJCrS Mngu ztue fur November Information "Whii-li Americans. SUuulil Absorb. Tie rerfrfttln of lSGS found the em pire in a disordered and impoverished con dition Tte resumption or all the tm perndpriMttgitt-lves by the Emperor, and the refotAtmn f tne Shogun to private life. wer o te results ot U suddeu uprising or of a hasUy jHRnued revolution. The weds ot dtsomkceMt lmd been long sown, the fruit ws ton? In maturing The govern ment ot liie Shugan had served its aji pointed purposes and was tottering to its nJt PoabUuss It -would have gone down in auy event before'lnternal feudb and do mefcUc dtaMUeians- But, strangely enough, the imHHMa4e eause of the overthrow was oue of Uw most are,diuible nuUs ot its ex istence Ute conclusion of the treaties ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASELTtfGFTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 3897. 4likMaiA-; ' Henry James. ""What Maitfe Knew," the latett boot of Air Henry James is conceived on a, Kimo what original basis, and when one lias cam that, one lias said it all, so far as tlic average reader can see. It Ik niore than antltli' else, like one of those continuous performance vaudeville shows, in which an Iruluusn, a policeman, a servant girl and u blacfc-farc: comedian come out Willi inonotuMoas repetition, one after the oilier, and say umethiHg at which the audience Is expected to be amused, and then amble back again; like one of those -hows In which the glUiaUons arc supposed Jo be ih-spemte, and the characters s-uppos id to be thrilled wilh Mtrious emotions, but which eoMintetely full to make the audience tear it hair ind faint. It is drearily pathetic anl uttbhlingly degenerate, and lias not even -the quality pos-efcSed by some of Mr. Jamas' earlier work, of dt!-cribins to us the minuto actions or people who are de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 November 1897

disk - - - ITU m Hainy and threatening- weather; cooler; southerly w.nds, becoming westerly. Circulation yesterday -was SQSSO' NO. 1,291. WASHINGTON, TTLESDAX, NOVEMBJ5E 2, 1897 BIGHT PAGKRS. OKJLD CENT. LASTDAYQFTHEGftWIPAIG New York Mayoralty Canvass .Ends in a Heavy Rainstorm. ALLEGED PLATT-CROKER DEAL leaders of tli'e Republican Machine Declare They Would Prefer to See Vun Wvck Eleeted in Prefer ence U Seth l.ow7effev.-onliiu LJeiuoeracyV. Final Appeal. New rrtc. Nov. 1 -The last day of the 7oost campaign ended tonight in a heavy ralnesona. The weather indications arc for heavy radn tomorrow. Tills may liave con fclderaWe hearing on i lie final result. Last initios in. Uie Interest of Hie several -jaiull-OaU were aeld tonight, twit in the main they were tHiinly attended, the r Un put ting a flwiper on the ardor of everyone. The iiuia5T at tlie political headquar ters did Hute i uulny except i-sue volum inouB muimviiVb containing figures on how the vote of the greater city will g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 November 1897

THE TIMTUS, TV.A SH JKGTO ST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1897 We've crowded more style and quality into our $7.50 Men's Suits and Top Coats than you'd think possible. $7,50 isn't much but. when placed in our hands, with all our facilities, it does wonders. Hoary fleece-lined shirts and draw ers avH double outf on shirts and L.la ..a.viiu- ..ii Irn-tMar.s id !U feilL8 oach. A 09 cent ganHil tmts AVhat ewyeay eise inarms u. Eisenian Bros.,- Corner 7th and E Sts. K W. Nfe Branch Store in Washington. I "Not Too Cheap to Be Good," ' Btit Juid clieap enough to I ? uii tdettder purses. Tliat's s? ? xne wht it ib with Cote! O J No tumble at all in ftart- ? ' 1ng a fire when Coke is 5 uaed. It's tlie liest as well ? as me cheapest fuel. 40 hu. Cofee, uncrashed, ioi-..$2.90 g S 40 bu. Cflke, crushed, for $3.70 w Washington Gas Light Co., ' 418 Tenth st. nw., g ' or at the following traces: San Station. 12th anil M sts. se. K "West Station, 20th and G sts. nw. (3 GasAitph&uocEx., l424N.Y.aA'e. t...

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