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

ifcjSBNiBSDAY, THE MORNTNG tlMBS, APBIIi 7 1897. r MONEY YVANTKr) AND TO LOAX, WANTED Responsible party desires ft loan or $500 for few mouths; will pay good interest. Address RESPONSIBLE PARTY, litis of nee. It LOANS MADK ON FURNITURE. HOUSES. KTC. Loans maae on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc , at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential, Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 J;' street north west LOANS negotiated on 6tockB, bonds, old line life iioiicies, bank nnd syndicate certificates, building and loan otsocia Uon stock, warehouse recclptH. etc.: no delay. Apply to YERKES & BAKER, ltwni42, II 10 F et. uvr cr MONEY-TOLOANrrom S5 to $50, to reliaDiu nnrties. J. 11. UUKNS, Uoom 8 Central bldg., 9th and Fa. ave. ap4-7t MONEY. TO LOAN in large and small sums, at 5 per cent; no delay. M.fil. 1A RKEK, 41 SF st.nw. tna27-tL MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent; security, real estate in District or Co lumbia; no del...

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. — 7 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, VBDNESDAY, APKHi 7, 3897. ,UR Derby at Tare? Dollars is as good as any agency liar-at $5 same shape, same qual ity, same in every way except the name in the crown. Skeptical, are you? Won't cost 3'ou a penny to be convinced, for our money-back guarantee applies to hats as well as to clothes. Silk Hats and Fedoras too. Boys' and children's Hats and Golf Caps as well as men's. A truly handsome display is our line of Spring Neckwear at Fifty Cents. All colors, all shapes. Proper spring-weight Overcoats J S7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, $18, $20, and $25 proper -fabrics, correctly tailored and perfect fitting. Roiiiiison&CiieryG0 CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS.HATS aud SHOES 12th and F Sts. N.W. fit JBk&tjttea EONA FIDE CIRCULATION; The circulation of The Times for the weelr ended April 2, 1807, with as follow.: Saturday, 31u rch 27 38,700 Sunday, Murch 28 24,107 .Monday. March 2JJ 37.5U0 Tuesday, March 30.-- 38,12 "N'c'diK'Mlay, March 31 38,430 Thursday, April 1 38,132 Priday...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

The-Circulation of THE TIMES-Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES." WAS Pair loathe jnorning, probably rain dur ing the evening- or night north to cast winds. IWI''. 3STO. 1,115. WASHINGTON, THUBSDAY MOTRIN G, ATltlL 8, 1S97-EIGHT PAG-EB. ONE CENT. J 9Qb COPIES. "THE Tiy BMTHE HOUSE An Editorial Which .Made the Autocratic Speaker Wince. IIE REPLIED FROM THE FLOOR Jerry Si Hilton Stirred tlie House Up by Heading- the Editorial and Commenting T'iiou the Abuse of l'uwor on the Sneultei's l'nrt It Pointed Out. Speaker Reed, who was characterized as -a "political cannibal autocrat" in a Times editorial of the -Jth inst., which dealt with Ids refusal to organize tiie House committees as constitutional revolu tion, availed himself of ;m extraordinary privilege yesteiday to reply by indirection to Tiie Times. The article of offense w as read to the House and produced a breezy debate, ab was also an extract from a recent article by .Senator Hoar In the forimi, taking somewhat the bnme posi tion a...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

THE MOENI3TG TIMES; THLITRSDAY, APRIL 8, 1897 HEW lUmMS ALLEGED Interstate Commerce Commission Notifies Certain Railroads. HINT OF A 'SHREWD MOVE A Ituilrosid Man'ci Opinion That the CuimniMSiou Ih After the Bureau TLeTranh-MissourlCasi' May Bo Houpened Ju the Supremo Court Judge Dillon's Views. Two Interesting phases of the railroa.il fcituatiou growing oat of the familiar tie cisioa of tin .Supreme Court were develop ed yesterday. First Tlus Tra-as-Missouri Aisociallon has filed a notice with the Supreme Court for a rehcanug of the case in which the court declared illegal the pooling of rates in. that association. Second-Tlie Interstate Com xncrce Commission has asked the Joint Traffic Association to send to the commis sion, verified copies ot all contracts relat ing to the shipment, transportation, stor ing, or waiehousing of grain, eta. In force between April 1, 189G, and March 1, 1897. Of the roads catering this city affected by the ordei arc the B. & O., the B. & P., a...

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

THE MORNINCr TIMER. THURSDAY, . . . - .' .. APT?IL ,8, 1897. k CGIDEHTS AT'THE RAGES The Sport at Fort Jlyer 3Iarred by Two Mishaps, SOCIETY WAS IX ATTENDANCE An Unusually Large Crowd Gathered to -"Watch tlio Gentlemen Races. Ruin Failed to Dampen .Enthusi asm 3Jst of Horses and Riders tiud Officers of the Course. The gentlemen races, under the auspices ftf the Foit Myer Hiding Club, were urn yesterday on the drill field at the Iort. It was a gala day; the animals were in fine reUle, and the ildcrs were enthused with t)ie spitit of the occasion, but un fortunately, two accidents, which occurred during the last race, considerably mailed tltumlcasure of the day's sport. Tlie accidents happened neai 11. e end of the race. Lieut- Short, who was in the lead'ln tlie steeplechase, was tin own from Ids horse at tlie last, but one, hurdle, and Sidney Ilollaway had a like mishap alter clearing the last Hurdle. As. the accident to Lieut. Short oc curred at the extreme turn in tlie course it . ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

TILE MORNING TBIESTHURSPAT, APRIL 8, 189T. ffiimcu (MORJUXG, EVEKIXQ AKD SUXDAY) THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. IIOTCHINS BUILDING KOMJIEAST CORKEB TEXTII AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Kr.nms, 4S3 Business Oflice, 1W0 TEW YOinr OFFICE, i'OOa THACT nUILDINQ Iiicc J'o ning or Evening Ldition. One Cent Sur.day Edition Thruo Cents Ucxitlily, by Carrier Itfornlug r.nd Sunday Thlrty-flvo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. ) Evening aud ."Fifty Cents Sunday, ) UY MAIL POSTAGE PKKl'AID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50o Morning and Sunday 3Bo Eveulug nnd Sunday 33o WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 8. H dentin jr n Little. The action or the rresideht in sending a message to the Congress asking for an appiopiiution in aid of the flood sufferers will be universally commended. So will thepromptaction orboth Houses In piuWngu resolution appropriating $200, 000 Tor the purpose. Tliat tlie House of Representatives should consider the matter at all will create (Wide spread surprise, as it must be regarded as ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

.TJEPB MORNING -TIMKS, TfiTIRSPAX,. AB.KI B, 3897. - g Lansburgh & Bro. g S WHEN YOU CAN BUY g g 4o-INCH LAWNS S FOR 8c. PER YARD, - You don't hesitate to g g know where to go to. g It is surprising how Leau- g fiful the patterns are. b'ome are neat stripes and figures, g g others the large sprays. Mind g you. the colors are all fast is Qi Si g and will launder equally as g good as any of the highest priced lawns. You can have a your 2 For 8c. per yard. 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. g C7 5S5SSS5QS555QS5S95SSSSSQ 'Jn 2 s g 8 8 8 BABY? h -We hope it's well and you can g KEEP it well and jilump if you fl will take it riding' tlictcwann aft- enioons. We will furnish the car riage and you may pay u. for it tlie same way the baby grows a "LITTLE at a tunc; CREDIT! Is h short, sharp word and we don't LIKE it muchbut it's the euwiest way of saying "accommo dation" and accommodation is the iiiMiii.itrinr nr this rre.it business $ S 1 - ' " - is of ours We want you to buy the Jj Mailing her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

THE MOKNINGr TIMES, THIJKSPAY, APRIL 8, 1807. The World of Business. "Wall Street Yesterday. Xovr York, April 7 -The dealings at the Mock ej.ch.uige today -were char acterized bj extreme dullness, and as a rule the fluctuations were confined within narrow limits The resolution intiodLCCd in the Pennslvania legislature to io esti mate the affairs oT the Lehigh S Wilkes barre Co.il Company led to an attack upon JersjJj Central atthe opening, and the htock declined about a point to 7G 1-4 J,urclKies to coer short contracts prompt ly led to an advance to 77 7-8. At the Mine time Sugar declopcd walked strength, and on unusually large pur chases advanced steadily from 110 1-4 to 112 1-S. Firms -ith Washington con nections were the principal bujers, and this led to rumors that legislation -o.ild he f.nor.il.le to the sugar refining intei Hp arter all 7 he general list impioved 1-4 to ll-l per cent Subsequently the advance wis partially lost, and Leather ruled weak on a revival of the lepoi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 April 1897

3CHE 3OBtfINO TIMES, THURSDAY, APBIL 31-897. 'MOJTEX WASTED AST) TO LOAS. LOANS MAUt ON KfUSrrUBK. i HORSES. 15TC Loans made ou Furniture. Pianos, HorBcs. Wagons, etc , at lowest rates liiid quickest possible time. Strictly conlidentinl. ricasc call Before securing loans elBCWhcre. "WASmKliTOS MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. BIO J? street northwest. LOATJS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line lire policies, hank and syndicate certificates, building and loan associa tion stock, warehouse receipts, etc.; no delay. Apply to YERKES Jt BAKER, Room 42, Alio P st. mv. tf MONEY TO 1,0 AT. ironi 5f5 -To $30, to rcllanie parties 3. H. UURNS, Room 8 Central Uldg., 9th and Pa. ave- ap4-7t MOLY TO LOAN Jn largo and small bums, at 5 per ceat; no delay. At. M 1ARK.ER,418F fit. nw. ina27-tr. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent; security, icai estaxe lu District of Co lurribia; no delay Bevond an inspection or property and examination of title. "WAL TER 11. ACKER, 704 14th St. nw. mh2S-tf MUAL1 Al FIVE PER CENT. ...

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

8 THE JVIORKlSTtt TIMES, 3 THURSDAY, APBLL 8, 3897. Extra Values In MEN'S SHOES. Have just received a small lot about 400 pairs balance of a manufacturer's stock of Men's FINK SHOES that were made to sell for $3.00 and $3.50 there are onty two.stj-les, a ver3T rich shade of Russet Calf dress toe and a black vici kid, French toe. Choice of either style for $2. 00 per pair Also in same lot about 7 pairs of Youths' Shoes i11 Tan Vici Kid sizes 11 to 2 only. Sold everywhere for $1.50 and $1.75. Our price is SLO0 per pair. Men's Top Coats. Spring Suits. Bicycle Attire. Spring Neckwear. Latest Style Hats. " All ready a big line of all proper styles and quali ties at less than other popular prices. Robinson & Chery Co., 1 2th and F Streets N. W. BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation ot The Time for Hie weolt e:ulel April 2, 1807, was as follows: Saturday, aiurcli 27 38,700 Suudiij, March 28 24,107 Monday, March 20 37,50 Tuesday, March 30 38,102 Wednesday, March 31... 38,430 Thursday, ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

fo The Circnlation of THE TIMES Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAS Pair in the morning, probably rain dur ing the evening or night; north to east .-winds. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY MOTCMNG, ATKIL 9, 189T-EIG-HT PAG-ES. ONE CENT. K"0. 1,11(3. u LI J3 COPIES. HH.BBYUIIJUBED Sufi Crowas Cause Platform to PRECIPITATED THIRTY FEET Picked Up Unconscious But For tunately Soon Recovered. PROMINENT OFFICIALS HURT The Lecture "Wu Concluded mul Mr. Hryuii Admirt-rK Pressed For--ward to Grasp Ills Hand The "YWlnht "Vns tio Ore.it and Down tlie Platform Crashed Into Dark ness, Thirty Feet Below About a Hundred Men, "Women and Children Fell "With It Twenty-five People Injured, Including: Senator Con over, who Suffered Internal In juries, and Judge Corbett, "Who Had His Legs and Arms Broken. St. Augustine, Fla., April S. "William Jennings Bryan spoke here tonight. At the conclusion of his lecture, which was de livered in the prebunce of an audience that packed tlie hall, the crowd pressed forward to th...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

TIMES felDAY, s THE MOUTSTLSTGL APRIL 9, 1897 A QUESTION FOR SENATORS Republicans Threaten to Revolt Against a Pet Tradition. TJIE' SUGGESTION IS NOVEL It Is Claimed by Some Tliut tlie Semite ls Not, as Has llccn Held for Wars, a Continuous Hody, 11 Jit Expires With Each Congress. "Would Disorganize Committees. The contest over tlie control oC the Senate committees will take a new and fcUddcn t!u if some of the Republican Senators lime their way. "The new de parture will be in tlie line ot a revolt against one of the j:et traditions of the Senate. It in ot a character to fchoek such sticklers Tor Senatorial tradition as Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts, and is nothing less than a contention that the Senate is not a continuous body, but expires with each Congress, exactly like tlie House ot Bcprcsentativcs. This argument allowed, it ot course follows that the Senate has now no real committees, and Uiat those acting now are doing so without a consti tutional warrant It is a novel and somewha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

iNPREmTHEGIE Athletics and Senators Will Play at National Park Today. GEORGETOWN AND LAFAYETTE The Pennsylvania College Hoys "Will Meet tlie "Uluo and Graj" at Georgetown Field This Afternoon. Columbian 'Varsity IMaysthe Uiii- . versity of Virginia Tomorrow. The game scheduled at National Park yesterday nltcrooon between tlie Senators and.tiie "Athletics," of lMiilailclphia, was postponed on account of rain. The weather permitting, the teams will meet this afternoon. . The line up will be as 'lollows: Washington: Lush, r. r. Wrigley, s. s. Sclbach, 1. f. McGuiro, c. Farrclli e. - . O'Brien, HI). Cart-wright, lb. Drown, e f. Kotlly3b. McJnmcs, ji." Ashe, p. Swaim, P- Athletics: Mora n,l. f. MeVey, c. r. Lever, r. f. natter, s. s Hob Sclinub, 30. Childs, 2b, Fox, c. R. "Sclinub, c. Kerry, c, Jordan, p. Cain, p. Connor, p. Ames, p. It will be ladies' day, and tlie fair Tans holding tlie complimentary passes of last year, as well as those issued this spring, will be admitted free to par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

THE MOUNHSra TIMES; FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897, 3Kmc .JSfAriStSwr-i.-. tMoKNIJCC, EVEKISG AND SUNDAY) ByTHEWASSINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCIIIXS BUILDING IOItTJlEAST COUXEtt TJ3CTI1 ASD D STa '.Telephones Editorial Jlooms, JSS business Offlce, 1C10 i:w vonc office, -Oca tiiact nuiinnco I lice Io nlnpor Even Jug Ldftion, OnoCcnt Sunday Edition Tliroo Cents i.'ciiihly, by Carrier Mornlr.g and Sunday.... Thirl v-flvc Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. ) Evening and Fifty Cents buuuay, ) BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday nOo Morning aud Sunday ,...35o Evening and Sunday ... 35c WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 9. A General Statement. The editor of the Washington Tost al lowed .its Capitol repoitvr, when describ ing the very interesting Simeon-Reed episode in the House on Wednesday, to ulato the case thus: "Mr. Simpson asked that the clerk read an editorial rrom a newspaper which lie said was published ill thin city.'' What really occurred was tliis: Mr. Simpson or Kansas Now, Mr. Speak ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

IVSTN. Lansburgh & Bro. A GOOD CORSET FOR YOU. ONLY $i. Reiteraflne J Diefions 5 statements M we j can lit any 5 flpre,itisj even m nGCGSsary for us to make a fflW TO- H2D mam tor Mtihal Ions. Onr $1 C. B. A La SDirllc is aflaptecl lor Ml figures- witli either long or sliort waists mate ot toy jeans, extra long waist higk and lieavily tone! bust, two sifle steels on eacti side. All sizes. I. QO j 420, -422, 424, 426 Tlh St. J stsssVpQ ssirasswassrsTas 9, We hope it's well and you can "KEEP it well and plump if 3"ou will take it riding these warm aft ernoons We will furnish the car riage and you may pay us for it the same way the Jjaby grows a "LITTLE at a tunc; CREDIT! 7k a short sharp word and we don't LIKE it much but it's the easiest waj ot saying "aceommo dation" and accommodation is the muiiis-pring or this great business of our We want you to buy the Matting here because ours is re liable because we tack it down Jreel We want you to buy the Carpet here because wc make, lay...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

THE MOKKINGt TIMES,, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1S97. The World of Business. , Wall Street Yesterday. New York, April 8. -The Gull, yet lii the. main Steady, market for stockb during the lust two 01 three days was-strongevidenco that the selling movement that followed the decision of the Supreme Court in the Tram-Missouri traffic case had about run its course. The belief entertained in some quarters that the market had become over sold was confirmed today by sharp ad vances in several of the active sto ks, notably Sugar Refining and Chicago Ga. It has been unusually fashionable to sell botli these stocks. Possible competition, none of which is formidable, and projective changes in the tariT, have been made much of by operators who have favored lower prices for Sugar Refining. At the decline the stock appears to have been absorbed to an extent that alarmed the short interest when speculative senti ment wa affected today by the possibility that the protests of European countries against some of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

TflGEJMORNlH TIAtES; MkY, AVKth 9tJL89ft. "MOVEY WANTED AM) 10 WAX Loans negotiated on stock, nw ? g line lire policies, bonlc ana B"3Jf ccrtiricales. building and loan f?cla tlon btock, warehourc receipts, etc.. no delay. Apply to YERKES & BAKEB, Boom 42, 1110 F Bt. nw. cr LOANS MAD1S ON FOIiMrCTKJi nousKS. ETC. Loans maao on rurnlture. I'iancw. npracs. Warons etc. atlowest rates aiiUquckwt JoSo'tfme: Strictly n'clli SUl S" call before wcurtiig ? u AN CO . WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN o-. 10 J?" street northwest, MONETtO LOAN from.tNSKoon 8 rdlanif parties. J- H. BURNS, ooin o Central bldg..9thndPn- avo. ap4- t MONEY TO LOAN in large and biuall bums, at 5 per ccut, no delay. M M. PARKER, 4.1 8 F St. Ilff. pig -tr. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and 0 per cent; Becuritv, real estate in District or Co lumbia; iio delay beyond an inspection or property and examination of title, n AL TER H. ACKER. 704. 1 4th St. nw. mhJb-tf MOM; 1 AT FIVE PER CENT. To loan on Yl-asliinptou City Cul estate No delay...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 April 1897

THE MOKNINGr TIMES, FEIDAT. &P$II 9, 189T. Extra Values Jn MEN'S SHOES. Have just received a small lot about 400 pairs balance of a manufacturer's stock? of Men's FINE SHOES that were made to sell for $3.00 and $3.50 there are only "two styles, a very rich shade of Russet Calf dress toe and a black vici kid, French toe. Choice of either style for S2B00 per pair. Also in same lot about 7 pairs of Youths' Shoes in Tan Vici Kid sizes 11 to 2 only. Sold everywhere for $1.50 and $1.75. Our price is S6a00 P pair. Men's Top Coats. Spring Suits. Bicycle Attire. Spring Neckwear. Latest Style Hats. All ready a big line of all proper styles and quali ties at less than other popular prices. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. iHlkfKjtieis! BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the week ended April 2, 1S07, wiih ns follows: Saturday, March 27 38,700 Sunday March 28 24,107 Monday, March 29 37.3G0 Tuesday, March 30.. 38,102 Vediie.diiy1 March 31 38,430 Thursday...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

Tao Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. i9m C0PIE3. For the District of Columbia and Mary land, generally fair; colder; northwesterly winds. 3STO. 1,1 IT. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MOTCNTN'G , ATTUL 10, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. OXE CENT. A BATTLE DNTiu-FRQNTlER Greeks Cross the Border in the Vicinity of Grevna. twenty-seven women, children and old men, and after they had started for the Austrian gunboat Sebcnico, which it had been arranged should bring the refugees to Canea, the insurgents, who were watch ing the pioceediugs from the hills, again fired upon thun, without, however, doing any damage. The Scbenlco arrived here this after noon with the rerugccH, and nrtor landing them started back for Kissamo to get other Moslems who wished to leave the place, the capture of which Is daily threatened by the Christians. A FAMILY AFFAIR. of the Mississippi Tram Keokuk south to Hickman, Ky. The river had begun to fall slowly and the rain only kept it at a steady gauge. Dispat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

2 THE MOlWISTGr TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1897 f THE COMMITTEE QUESTION Invite Republican Senators to State Their Preferences. SOME LOFTT ASPIRATIONS Kew Senators Long lor Important Committee Assignments and Some Want Chairmanships -Senator Mc Aliliuu Preparing Schedules The. Steering Committee's l'roblem. Bcnator McMillan, chairman or the com mittee on committees or the Republican caucus, will scud out letters today to all the Republican Senators, asking them to designate the committees on which they would prefer to serve. This action was in pursuance or a resolution adopted by the committee at its meeting yesterday, and It ih a! out the only positive progress that lias yet been made by the Republicans in their undeitakiugofScuatj.' reorganization. Or couiKe their is no expectation that the steering committee can by any rohsibllity place all the Senators just where they would like to be, even granting that the Democrats and Populists would offer no obstacles, whatever to the work ...

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