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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

THJEf MOBISTOia TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1897. '1IOXKT ANTED JVTOJLOAX LOANS ma mi on Ki;uMHJr- HOUSES. ETC. Loans maac on urnHr.'t'oPcffi Wagons, etc., at lowwt rawa aa quicM possible time. Strictly """"JiJcro. call berorc sfV'.i0.?, i oaN CO.. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAi w., OlO F street northwest VcrTvvv i-n T.OANlrom 55 to $B0 V1 MONEY lO uva - " ufMivs KuomS, Teli:iiie parties. J. H- BLKN-s, niii"n-4t Central WUg., lith and Pa. ae. mlUl 4i MONEY TO LOAN-ldlo inoncy in sums of siim in si.OUO "will lii'u a sa J e ".J"5' cent real estate investment at United Suites Building nl a MSR-Vn jijia f sr iiw. nMou-.nt.ni MONEY- TO" LOAN at 5 "ami 6 .per cent; wcufitv: teal estate In District ol to- lumliia; "0 delay beyond an inspection of property and examination or title. w au- .'kmi 11. ACKER,70-114thst. uw. mli28-tt MONE1 AT FIVE PER CEN1. To loan -:i "Washington Cny ieul estate. No delay. HEISKELL .t McLERAN, 1098 F st.-nw. mli2Gtt LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. t, 5 1-2 and 0 per tent. mh20-lm...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

TIIE MOANING TIMES, THURSDAY, AP1UL 1, 189T, 8 -, IN BRIGHT ARRAY. The NEW SPRING STOCK is ready. All over the store, in every department, the shelves and counters are piled with the richest and choicest of the season's productions. The som ber shades of winter have been displaced by the bright attractive hues of the spring merchandise. On- f tliw flrist clmnjjes to ue intuit in l:endmnirf You'll Hurt n com-lli-U- Hue or tln corn-el style iiimI colors InTts Derby In You man, 3Cnox, Mllli-r and Dunlnp liloeliH. lu bind;, brown, mid nutria Hindi-., s?-.I.OO and ?:i.00. Tin- Stetson special, tin; -timl or a H3 nm-ncy .?5 liat, only $1.00. Vedora, in pearl, pearl wttli 1-liieU Imud, hrmvu, uoldi-u brown, mapli', otter, V.c, tr.OO, !?i.5l), .lo, .-ril.50; ?:i.00 and J?4.00. lJ03h llatu, nOe. to $2.00. Golf Caps. 50c. to $1.50. Furnishings. Evi-rytlilinr new audat tractive tlie rleln-s selection of i-oliwar at l-'IKTY CENTS In town liest valine, too. 3!-dlum-w-ii-lit Underwear, wool mid l...

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

THE CIRCULATION OF TTIK TIMES YESTERDAY WAS THE WEATHER. llllt Fair; blightly wanner; easterly to south erly winds. jsto. i,io9. WASHINGTON, FEIDAY MOKNXIMS, AT1UL 2, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. it COriES. m TEE m YORK HSEALD'S JSASTEK KUaiBEU "WILL, BE ISSUED ON SUJSDAlT, AriUL, 4. next, and will be a masterpiece or the' printer's Arl. A superb pioductlon. It. will include, in addition to all the news, Art Sections of 36 Beautifully Illustrated Pages, embracing Magnificent Colors and Half Tones. A rcniaikablo and fascinating contribu tion to Biblical literature ly George H. Bepworth, D. D , will be IHfi LAST DAYS IN THE LIFE OF JESUS. The HERALD lias secured for its Easter number specially wiilten contributions from seven Woi 1(5-Famous Writers. They Tiro the famous 7tiii-i D' A : loinancer, a notable AnnUnZIO new rigure in iiicra- ture tliat charming writer Ainfnlp TPrsnnp or tales now so popu- Aaatoie trance ,fir Wllh lm. j.1,,.,,, people. the distinguished au Pinl Hnnro-pr thor ...

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

2 THE TVlCENrSTGr, TIJMIfe, BIDAT, APRIL 2, 1897. "We're showing- a line of pure wool Men's Suits at 7.50 that are worth $10, judging- by what others aslc. Tliej-'re right from our own factor and they fit as if you'd left your measure. Bike pants, in nobby plaid nud mixed effects, as low as $5. HSEMAN BROS., Cor. rth and E Sts. N- W. No Itr.turh Storo in Waslilncton. HECHT & COMPANY. "The htore where your promise lo pay huvs as much and for as little a . cash " Who Leads? Who's doings the woman's ready-m.ide g-armeut busi ness of the District? Watch the people who come in and go out of our doors and judge for yourself. Four teen salesladies busy con tin uaily on the second floor. Here's the cause, coupled with our credit privilege: Tomorrow we put on sale another immense lot of Uio e Holt mum's, ladies "Mar qulse" -waists percales, lawns and batistes, worth nn up o SI, for ZvJG. We slnll also add to that lot of underw ear even higher priced garments than ever that means that 3 o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

THE MOKNHSTGr TIMES, HFRXDAT, APEIL 2, 1897. flllBIITE TO THE CHJUBIIM The Inaugural Committee Ten ders Mr. Bell a Banquet. A HANDSOME TESTIMONIAL 'Ilie President Henresented at the ronst by Seei entry l'orter Sen ator llanim JIuhos a Speech and a Pun Japanese Vases for the Gueil of Donor. Tlic appreciative legard of the ineinutia It Hie inaugui.il i'mcuUm committee fur tlicir ehaiiiniti. Mi C J hell, was mani fested and pleasantlj expressed in tlie banquet thev tendered him lubt mpiit at the Arlington Hotel. The Pi evident in whose lienor the committee worked bo laithfullv was repie&ented bv G. J Addi Mil) Poitei, lie, Senator Il.iun.t and mem bers or the press being the oiilj invited guestb The arraiifc.em nth for the b inquct in the dining-room were a vcrv elaborate isnivemr or ttie in luyural ball tl lie table was round and enclosed a mas or flowers, and foliage conspicuous, among the features being i palm tree ten leet tall on either tide of which uas a Japanese ;as MX leet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

THE MOENDTG TOVIES, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1897. 4: 3imc$ (MOKNING, EVEiflyQ AJ SCrrDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCIIINS BUILDING JaOKTIIEAST CoiUfER TESTU AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Rooms, 483 Uusines Ofllcc. 1640 JEW TOKK OFFICE, iO09 TKACT BCILDISO Trice Mo tiingor Evening Edition, OnoCent Sunday Edition.. ,... Three Cents Monthly, by Carrier 3VInriiinp: and. Sunday.. ..Thlrtv-fivo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. ) Evening and V Fiftt Cexts Sunday, ) BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday COc Morning und Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 3Bo "WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. The Hoed "We Lean On. A most serious legislative question pre sents itself: Will Mr. Speaker Reed now make an assignment or the House of Rep resentatives, alily Tor n receiver, sell off the effects at auction, or allow the busi ness to continue at the old stand? Under the original program, prepared by the tTUSts and the Atitocrat, the House, after "Jamming through" the Dingley trust bill of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

TJELE JVIORJSTJDsTGf -TOfJLilTKrDAT, APBIL 2, 389T. S Lansburgh & Bro. j NEW SATINE5, 10c yd. j The magnificent line A of Domestic Satines r displayed atoursatine counter will astonish V you both in style and f quality. These are to be found in Black and I White Blue and White J and all the newest and i A choicest spring com- $ W bination colorings. v GROS-QRAIN SILK FINISH A I SATINE, 2oc. yd. The newest founda- S tion lining for eta- a i mines and organdies. $ f Especially adaptedfor P f these, as no extra j waist lining is re- f quired. In black and J all the new spring I shades. WWk1 420, 422, 424, 426 7 Hi Si. P Q55S assa ss s svists sss? tuKra o 65 V) Wouldn't Your Baby 61 61 65 0 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 61 3 61 a 61 61 t5 s S 1 fc5 s 8 E njoy St? Health babies must have fresh air anil .sunshine they get fat on it! Don't cheat your huh- one out of another one of Uicwe blight after noons. You cnu get the carriage here SI 61 65 On Credit 8 S s 41 e u 61 61 s 3 69 61 61 61 3 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

THE aiOKNlKQ TIMES., JttDAY, APKIL 2, 1897. The World of Business. "Wall Street, Yesterday. Kcw York, April 1- Stocks in the -Initial dealings wore decidedly firmer, ami prkvs rallied sharply on covering or short con tracts. Tlie" recovery was most, pro nounced in the antliracltc coalers, Uic Yunderbilts ami tlie western roads. The early gain, which -was equal to about two points In tlie cut; of Jersey Central, way toon lost, and liefore midday the market gave way under heavy bear pressure. The anthracites and the Gould stocks were es pecially weak at this time. Delaware & Hudson Tailing below pat, while Jersey Ceniral and- Lackawanna lost a point or eo. Western Union dropped 2 per cent to 81 1--; St. Louis Southwestern Common, 1 3-8 to 1; the pieferred 2 1-2 to 3 1-2; first 4 per cent bonds, 3 to oil, and seconds 3 1-2 to 15. The anthracites were sold r.u rumors of a probable reduction in tlie divi dendraujbytticJersey Central. Inthelnto trading there was a decided change for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

THE 3IQBTO& TIMES, ERIDIA.Y, APJ1L 2, 1397. jiojcirr wAXTiKn atd tox-ov. LOAN'S MADK ON FlJli-il'lV tK. r toiisks. mr. Loans maac on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, elc . at lowest rales and quickest possible time. Strictly coniidentlal. l le se call belorc securing loans elsewhere. WAJ5IUJCUTOIC MORTGAGE LOAN CO., UIOF street northwest. TO LOAN-S7.500-2 loans, 0 per cent; rirst trust; Rive location and ft.ll des- -criptlon ol property. Addiess NO COM- U.1SS1QX, this oifice. nprl-Jtem MONE TO LOAN in large and small sums, at 5 per cent; no delay. M. M. PARKER, 41 8 F St. 11W. mn27-tr. MONEY TO LOAN Irora S5 to S50, to reliable parties. J. IL BURNS, Room S. Central bldg., Jth ana Pa- avc iuh31-4t MONEY TO LOAN-Idle money in suras of S100 to 1,000 will una a sale 0 per cent real estate miestmeiit.at United States Building and Loan Association, No. 1313 F fit. liw. ma30-3tcm MONEY TO LOAN at 0 and 0 per cent; security, real estate in District or Oo . lumbtn; no delay bejond an i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 April 1897

THE MOBNI-flg TOlESr EEIDAY, APKIL 2, 1897, 8 BOUGHT your Spring Top Coat yet? See ours before jou da Ve have a choice Jine. Cor rect, stylibli, perfect-fitting, up-to-date grnieutp. A beauty at that's easily as good as any you'll Bee elsewhere at io or 12. Others here at $10, $12.50, $15. 5iS, $20 and $25. A big variety in each grade, and all of them worth every penny of their cost. Our new Suit stock new Chil dren's Clothing new Hats new Shoes and new Furnishings for men and bo3'S is the most complete and best selected ever seen in Washington. All NEW articles of this season's make. Strictly re liable qualities and marked ex ceedingry low. Reeiiisoii&CiiervG0 12th and FSts. N.W. ' bONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the wi'dc ended March 20, 1S07, v jifr. tife follows: Hntiiidiij, March 20 40,2(51 lMMicla, Mai eh 21 24,100 llondn.v , March 22 38,010 I'uedn., Mat ell 23 3h.tt.20 Wednesday, Match 24 38,t22 Ulmr-duy, March 23 . 38,210 Ftiday, March 20 38,232 T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

1 TIIII (bl'WeVluKiEWK? flH? Till TJMES irannnRA.T was THE AVJSATJIER. Pair -with Increasing cloudiness; variable f M HW MH winds bhiftiug to easterly. .gaggffl COPIES. WASHIGcTCXN", SATUBDAY MOKNTNG, AFKLL 3, ISOTKlG-HT PAGES. 03TE CENT. JSTO. 1,110. IK V THE Biff YORK HERALD'S ISASTElt XUJIBBR "WILL, BE ISSUED ON SU-N'DAl', AiUtIL 4. next, and will be a masterpiece of tho Printer's Art. A superb pioduction. It will include, in addition to all tlio news. Art Sections of 36 Beautifully Illustrated Pages, embracing Magnificent Galors and Half Tones. A remarkable and rascfnnling contribu ton to Bilillral literature by George H. Dcp worth, D D , will be THE LAST DAYS IN THE LIFE OF JF.SUS. Tlie HERALD lias secured for Its Easter number specially written contributions Horn seven Woild-Famous AVriters. They aio tlie famous Jt'iin D' A ..,: romancer, a notable AnnUnZIO new figure in litera ture that charming wiiter Anntnlp Franpp or tales now so popu iiadtoie rrdULa ,ar WU Uie plvllcl, pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, SATURDAY, APEIL 3, 1897. GDHT HEFUSE5THE H01I0R Notifies the President He Cannot lie Alger's Assistant. BIS EYE STILL ON A MISSION Freeling C. roster n Cundidnte for Supei intei.dcnt the lluraun of .CiisjruvJfiR and Printing Gen. "Woodioid Not Loolvins fo A113-UiJnf- Applicant for Vienna. Col Tied Grant, or New Yolk, lias de clined Piesident McKmlev'b orrcr or tlie position 01 As-istaut Secietarv of War, which was tendered him ou Thursday. His tUcfci-ni to President McKinley ies tcrday declining the pi offered position of Assistant fcecretarv or "War, was. as fol lows. "Although vou were pleased to urge me to thin!, over the mattei, it is linpossi l)lc for me to consider tlie position or As sistant Secietarj ol War, which 3 ou "were good enough to offei me 1, therefore, decline wtli thanks, the appointment, at the game tiaic regretting that 1 am not to sere -our administration, for which I worked earnestly." Col. Giaut'b ambition Is to again rep resent the Govern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1807. IWPBBIICBIirniE GOAL The Great Bicycle Race Will Be Ended at 31idnirlit. Your Suit Is Ready! Get It Today! SCHOCK MAINTAINS HIS LEAD Iiwon, After Doing Thought Out of the Hnce, Itc-liu-us to the Tnu-lt iiiul hy Splendid IMdinij Over comes Much of the Lend. Which Had Iteen Gained on Him. WHAT A BICYCLE RACE MEANS. ' :; $-" 1st, da v 3rsp. dav 3ro. day 4-th. day 5th. day . j M " , fl w f' I mi i g -1 r--i- . ,u , jUl -! rw.B-'j - --U-ltiJ-"-"- - -, 'V3!&Wf:hTHi!3l! W - MrTTtT'- T' The .score at 2 a. in.: Miles Laps. Sehoek l,5'JG 3 Albert 1,451 3 Goiden , 1,418 4 J.nwson 1,383 3 Oisbeily 1,370 5 Itivierre . - 1,00ft 0 Jml , 5S0 7 M idler 130 5 The uicnt"is days go-ns-yoi -.ili-ae bicy cle race at Couvunuoii Hall, which has piovon- such an attraction dining lat week, will end tonight at 12 o'clock. Since it began Inst Monday morning- it liaN-lit'on the talk or the town, and uo doubt the liuish tonight will he witnessed by an immense ewwd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE MOltcTINGr TilMES, SATURDAY, APRIL a, 1897. QSmetf (MOItMSG, EYEKJJG AD SCSDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCIIINS BUILDING XORTJIEAST UonNEK TEITII A'D D STS. telephones Editorial Jlonms. -ISO l'usincss Ofllce, 1W0 JtriV -iOKK OFFICE, 1009 TRACT BTTILDnfO Trice Mo'iiing or Evening Edition, OnoCcnt Buiidaj Edition 'ihroo Cents Wciilld, 1j Carrier Morning and Sund-iy Thlrtv-fivo Cents Evening Uhirty Cents Morning. ) Evening aud Tiftv CENTS butiUaj, J BY MATE POSTAGB PKEPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday -..OOo Horning and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 3. a lie House of Heed. "Upon what meat doth tins, our Caesar, feed, that he hath grown k great?" The answer is that it ib pnnclpally upon rules, a diet of Mich strengthening power that it has enabled the Speaker of the House of Repiesmtativcs to seize, masti cate, swallow and assimilate the re mainder of that bodj , until it is a House of one, and that one is Thomas Brackctt Itce.l 'The iulest theie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE MOBlSTffG- TIMES, SATURDAY, APBIIi 3, 3897. Lansburgh & Bro. Si. 25 KID GLOVES, 98c. Style 1. K Ladies 4 - button 4 Glace Kid Gloves, in J choice shades of tan, J brown, mode, gray W and black; also f white, pearl and yol- 4 low, with now era- broidored back. x Worth S1.25. 9 For 08c. J Style 2. I Ladies' 2-clasp f Pique Gloves, in tan, 4 red, brown and i black. An excellent x bicycle glove. Worth f $1.25. For 98c. i $1.25 KID GLOVES 98c. Three Styles Style 3. Ladies' 4-button Extra Fine French Suede, in all desira to ble shados.witn wvu- - n n o embroidery, r Select Worth $1.25. For 98c. From. ' 420, 422, 424 426 7th St. ),-,..-. .'''O SSSS We Defy nl Don't iiiKn to rend every item of tlii. SPECIAL SAT- l ItlJAt JAHIA1.N Ul'LLLl IX. IJItLAll&r VALl'l uvj:u OFFLHI'l.). ltcMi.t'inbt'i that tlie.tspiilnl l'rlies Hold goiitl X01 .SAL I KUAYOMA. e bailout U5 rumple Capes made ol I'lnln sll'v., nio.adc-d Satin- and Cloth. 'I lie price-, e paid irveiasie about filtv eeiit uii ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

0 THE 3I0ENHSTG TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1897. The World of Business. Wll Street Ycsterdny. Tew York, April 2. Stocks in the mala Rrcit firmer today a I intervals. The market was Inclined to Heaviness on sales by the chronic bears, but at the end of the session the unusually active italics showed gains of 1-4 to 1 3-S er cent on the day. Delaware and Hudson. Jersey Central, and Leather jrd. were exceptions and closed with losses ranging from 1-S to 3-4 per cent. The Improvement in the market was due more to a desire on the part or lecent belters to accept profits than to any material change in the fcitua tlon. Reports of the arrival of prominent American bankers and railway men in London, including J. P. Morgan and Presi dent Hill, or the Great Northern, appeared to disconcert the hear leaders, especially as there were rumors of impoitant deals pending. It was raid that Morgan would take up the New York Central refunding bcheme at once and that the meeting of the representatives of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE MOKJTIKft TIMES, SATlJtinAY, APRIL 3, 1S9T. ft jjiONirsr -vvAyrisD akpto loa "oanvTmaim ox FmcrrrrjRK. r no lists. 35TC. Loans mace on Furniture; Pianos, norscs; Wagons, etc., at lowest rales ami Qi jlckest possible Univ. strictly coi.nueni liil. l !-" call bclore securlue loans ffco' "WASHINGTON MUltTUAG LOA.N CO., 010 F street northwest TO LOAN-S7.500 2 loans, 6 per , cent; rtrst trust, give location and full des cription or property. Address NO COM MISSION, Uiis ofnec. aprl-3JLem MOMS TO LOAN in larjre ana small sums, at 5 per cent, no delay. M.M. PAHKER,418Fst. UW. ma27-tr. . MONEY TO LOAN Irom 55 to $50, to reliable parties. J. 1L RURNS.Room S. Central bldg.,9th and l'a. ave. mh31-4t MONEY TO LOAN" at 5and 6 percent; security, leal estate in District ol Co lumbia; no nelay beyond an inspection of property and examination of title. WAL TER H.ACK.F.R, 70-11 4th stujiw.mli2S-tf J1U.NK1 AT FIVE I'EU CENT. To loan on Y.o.shmgUm City icul estate No delay. HEISKISLL A MeLERAN. 10J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 April 1897

THE SrORJSIJtfG TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897, 3L BOUGHT your Spring Top Coat 3Tet? See ours before 3'ou do. We have a choice line. Cor rect, stylish, perfect-fitting, up-to-date garments. A beauty at NOT ALLOWED TO PRACTICE 'IMnMM! The Busy Corner, 8th and Market Spass. 1 1 JOHNSTONS, 729 Ttft St. "LOOK FOR THE BIG 1'ELLOW SIGNS" 1 1 WHOLESALE Physicians Whose Certificates Have Expired hy Limitation. 8 Y1T ST A Alk Sfe !! rfk AND that's easily as good as any you'll see elbewhere at $10 or $12. Others heie at $10, $12.50, $15, $iS, $20 and $25. A big variety in each grade, and all of them worth ever' penny of their cost. Our new Suit stock new Chil dren's Clothing new Hats new Shoes and new Furnishings for men and boys is the most complete and best selected ever seen in "Washington. All IXEW articles of thib season's make. Strictby re liable qualities and marked ex ec ediugly low. 00 12th and F Sts. N.W. 83ie jgfflbMmta EONAMDL CIRCULATION. The cii dilution ol "J lie Time- for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE CIHCTTLATJOX OF THn TLMES YESTERDAY WAS THE WEATHER. O tfcfl rrobnbly fairaudslightly warmer; easterly to southerly winds. (CD),n SlSiiMHWPlfffiEilHpiil coriES. !NX. 1,111. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MOKNTNG, APttlt 4, 1S9T TWENTY PAG-E3. THIJEE CENTS. AN OBJECT LESSON. file FRONT INUNDATED r ZZrrzsZ!3SS-. Best Summer Kindles quick Burns with intense heat Small quantity cooas a meal Heavy ash Does not fly Holds fire long: time Use less kindling wood. STOVE SIZE IS (2240) Can't Beat It for Cooking, Ask Your Dealer to CUT THIS AD. OUT FOR FUTURE USE. Wholesale Depot, 1388 C Street, Corner Htl, Northwest. POWHATAN COAL CO., 'Phone 620. IBT JEALOUS GF BAILEY Mr. Terry Refutes Statements Made About llim. REASONS FOR OBJECTING Thought There "VVu. to He u Closing: Debnte Between Bui ley uml D.nij Je.v Cited the Record in Evidence. JJis Remarks Were Listened to "With Much Interest- The interesting feature of the session of the House of Kepi esenta lives jesterdaj was the denial made hy Mr Terr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

2 THE MOBNIG ffilfrffS. SUNDAY, APHIIi 4, 1897. We're going to distribute TTIie best values this season that you've ever known. "Prices" are down lower but "quality" remains just the same and even when you're paying a very, very little, depend upon it that you're getting nothing but pure wool and conscien tious workmanship. It's the natural result of doing our own manufactur ing. That saving, coupled to the inside prices that our ready cash alwaj'S wins, opens up the way for our "high-grade" clothing at fair prices. Men's Suits. $7.50 gives you a choice of about 20 styles of Pure "Wool Men's Suits that ought to be $10. Plaids Mixtures Plain Blues and Blacks we're showing them ail in this re markable grade. They're clean garments from start to finish with as much style about them as lots of suits that cost double. Suits to Order. $12 and $15 for suits made-to-your-nieasure $4 for trousers made up in the good, old "Eiseman way. ' ' Every garment cut on the premises and a faultless iit...

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