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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THJE MORNlNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APBIL 11, 3897. 15 A WOMAN BANK PRESIDENT. Mrs. "VV. M. Miirbh TVJns a XIice it the Front Ilnulr of Financiers r.rtwi v. . Anril 10. -Mrs. W. M. Marsh, of this place, is tlic only jvoman whose signature appears ou bank bibs. This happens because she is the piesident ot the First National Bank of Groton, an institution which does a very largo business with corporation., and private In dividuals whose operations are extensuc. an addition to performing thodutles ot ta nk president, Mrs. Marsh is the head of the Groton TypewriUngMachincCompau and treasurer and director of the Groton Car riace Company. She finds time to do all this and have that leisure which is ncces bary to a woman who enjoys the advan tages of bocicty. The husband of Mrs. Marsh -was a capi talist and one of the business pillars of Groton. "When he died, a year and a half ago, people -wondered how the large in terests of his estate would be handled. Mrs. Marsh quickly solved the problem by ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MORffl-ffg TIMES, SUNDAY, APKIIi 11, 1897. lb Lafayette Olga Nethersolc in repertoire. 'Tonight, Sousa and his baud. Columbia "The Prisoner of Zenda." National "Chimmie Fadden." Academy "A Texas Steer." Grand "Jim the Penman." Bijou "A Soldier's Sweetheart." "Ketuan's Kentz-Santlcy Company. The eadofthe season Is upon us. Sev eral companies have closed here in Wash ington, and our own theaters are announc-J ing the last weeks of the regular -winter beacon. "Sans Gene" closed last night, never more to flaunt her laundry bill un der the Napoleonic beak. Here she was born, here &he died. Her career was pros perous and honorable. Peace to her ashes. The Academy is at piescnt playing a "spring engagement" of comedy at popu lar prices, after which darkness -will prob ably claim it until the last of August. This is the last week of the -winter sea ton at the Lafayette Square- Next week prices will be cut in two for the reign of comic opera by the Castle Square Com pany. It will rem...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MOHSTIG TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897. 17 I .11 . -v "Weighed in tlic Balance," Is a now novel by Harry lender It has the value of sterling literary qualities and all Hie virtues of u properly told talc. But the matter and the motive of the btory rise so far above the considerations of formal quality that they drop out of the reader's calculation of the (took, lie becomes en grossed in the problem of the author. The HUlhor would bay that lie is an optimist Ims- cause he preaches elevation by the pin est process, the reader would fain qualify his optimism as hopelessly pessimistic, for the Trading lo tlic hoperul final is a through hloughs of despond. "Weighed in the Balauce" is the fruition of a sadly con ditioned soul. Emerson commended 'louest doubt. The lesson of Mr. Lander's dark ktory is ttie hopelessness of evil, the fatality of the liberated conscience unsus taiued, the weakne.sof human nature, and the Inevitable conclusion that "faith in the unseen, artlng upon the J car...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

18 " THE BREAKFAST AT By CLINTON HOSS. Author of "The Scarlet Coat," "The Coddling (O ::::::: - - SYNOPSIS The Sicur de la Renne is a young French nobleman, who has brought Poverty and disgrace upon tiluisclC through dlsmna UoS and extravagance. Me has teM dismissed the Kcgiiucnt Gatcnois. m lilch he hehl a caina.tKy llw re;c"'' about to depart for America on the Che Sicr dc Ternay's fleet, and Be la Renne is anxious to go with Uieni, but a, duel ing episode has nought upon htm the anger of Uie Queen, and results in his pub- lin dismissal rroni mc uiu". This de rtroj-8 liih last lipo of restoration In the I rcinicnt In a aiscoumiaiu n.i... -mind he throws himself upon the ground In the Park of Versailles and falls asleep. He is awakened by the sound or a wom an's voice, and aroutes l,iIl,!eir,lotM-'c approaching a l-cautltal gil eighteen She is Louise Moncrieif, a daughter or one or the American com mi toners who have pone to France to obtain aW for the patriot cause. Louise has wit...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

Tina MOKNIlsTG TOIES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897. 19 j m IN TMIL0W00DS The Story of a Sotjth 33RI Swamp. JJj JOEL CnAXDLKlt J3A.RRIS. CHUNKY RILEY SEES A QUEER SIGHT. -There ib no doubt tliatMr. Gossett was bincereln what lie .said to Aaron. Thereis no doubt lliat lie fully intended .to carry out the promises lie 1iad made in tlie hope of inducing Hie- runaway to return lionie with lain Korea n It be doubted that lie had some toil f respect Tor a slave, who, although a fugitive with a reward oHered lor hit. capture, was willing to go to the xesciifc of his owner at a -.ery critical moment Mr. Gossett was, indeed, a harsh, hard, calculating man, whose whole mind was. bent on accumulating "prop'ty," as he called it , to ll.e end that he might be looted up To as Addii-on Abeicrombie and other planters were But, alter all, he was ji liuiuau being, and he admired btrcngtli, courage, audacity and the M!g gestivetioss of craftiness that he thought he diseovei ed in Aaron. "Moreover, he was not...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

TH MOKNlNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897, 20 A W fflUOL ftLGEH The Plans and Views of the flew Secretary of War. HISTORY OF SHERMAN EPISODE Bis Enrly Struggles ami How Ills Grunt Fortune Was "Won He Was -ever Afraid of Worlt Michigan anl Its Great lat crests A Clmr ucter SUutcli. In the national Republican convention of 18S4 one of the delegates Iron the State or Michigan was Gen. Kussell A. Alger, a wealthy business man or Detroit, who had never been active m i olitics, had never held an office, and had never made a public speech Leaving the coiivenJon hall with some otlier Michigan delegates, Gen. Alger walked -with them to his hotel. They talked about the coming State con vention and the necessity lor nominating a strong candidate to beat Gov Bogole, a greenback Democrat, who was standing forr re-election. In the course of the dis cussion some one suggested that Gen. Alger would be a strong candidate spe cially fetiong with tlie soldier element because of hih war record. They a-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

WEATHER PROBABILITIES. THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDAY TIMES WAS For the District of Columbia, probably fair Hondny, preceded by threatening weather Jn the morning; slowly rising temperature; variable winds, becoming easterly. ISO. 1,119. TVASHISTGrTOST, MONDAY MORNING, API1IL 12, 1S97 EIGHT PAG-ES. ONE CENT. lie witter COPIES. 7 GPS OCCUPY MLT1I0 The Turkish Garrison Besieged hy the Invaders. OUTPOSTS EXCHANGE SHOTS It Is He-ported Thnt the Greelts Have Moved Further Into the Interior, l'herorte Claims Tlint the Forces "Which Crossed the Frontier Were Heijulnr Trooxs. Larissa, April 11. Tlie Greek6 who iu vaded Macedonia on Friday last have occupied Bnltino despite the cffoits of the Turkish troops to check their advance. The garrison at i3altino numbers SOU troops all of whom are. now blockaded in their barracks. The insurgent have made a number of prlsoners,.ninc of whom have been wnt to Kalambakn. Tlie icports of the successes of the insurgents have reached the ears of the trKps h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

THE MOUSING TIMES, YlOiNJPAY, AFKIL 12, 1897. FAVORS II WATGH TRUST The Dingley Tariff Encouraging (o Higher Prices. 1T0 NECESSITY FOR A CHANGE The Schedule on Watches Propose" a ireuvj IueiiMNC J Duties "While tlie Pulled Suites Iteiimins the "World'. longest Manufacturer. .Example o 1'rotectioii Gone MnuV Tlie inconsistencies of the tariff bill now under investigation by the Senate Committee oa Finance, its weakness and Its errors becone more and more apparent; as the provisions of the House bill are scrutinized Au anal j sis of tills mci.ure bliuvth the liaiul of the possible or tlie existing trust in very miny of its para grapl b Tiic Harm is frequently discovered inapparcutiyiunocentprovisionsandamoug the paragraphs of this class Is that relating to -watches No schedule could nave been drawn with more adroitness had a watch trust been organized and a schedule de manded bj them of their own constructlo i This paragraph gives an excellent illustra tion of protection gone made For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

- PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Progressive Clothiers, 3J0 7tl) bt. REMEMBER, today we begin s e 1 1 i n those grand $12 "Easter" Sack Suits, in fancy Spring plaids and mixtures, for $10. SO. You'll find them without a flaw as regards, fit, finish and workmanship. First choice means a good deal. Come in during the day and select the Suit you think prettiest! Parker, Bridget & Co., Progressive Clothiers, 3i5 rth St. CANADIANS PLAY TODAY Arthur Irwin's Canucks Will Tackle the Big Leaguers. VISITORS EXPECT TO WIN Harry Staloj-aud MoGnnn, Formerly of the- Boston Club, Will Wear Toronto Uniform The .National Hoard of Arbitration Will Meet jn .New York Today. The Senators will liave as opponent this afternoon Arthur Irwin's team of Canucks, Trotii Toronto. Mr Irwin is well-known in "Washington, having formerly managed the Senators. Until last beacon lie was in charge or the Philadelphia League team, and as a practical hall player and man ager his name is ramihar throughout the length and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

SRrocj (MCKKKCG, EVEKIXG AD SUSJDAT) ByTHEWASKINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS UUILDING KORTJIKAST CONNER TENTH ASD D STS. Telephones Editorial Rooms, 4SS liuslncs Office, 1W0 JIVW TorK CFT1CE, -TWO TRACT BniLDtKO J lice Vo-iiimror Evening Edition, OnoCcnt Sunday Edition Tliroo Cents I'cullily, by Carrier Morning rnd Sunday Tliirtv-flro Cents Evening Thirty Cents Mcrninc ) Evening and Finrr Cejtts feuuday, BY JIAIL TOST.AGJ5 PREPAID jrornlng, Evening and Sunday 50o Horning and Sunday ..................3Bo Evening aud Sunday 3Co WASHINGTON, MOADAY, ArRIL 12. Effects of Education. We are unable to view tlic develop ments in the Kentucky Senatorial un pleasantness with anything but surprise and grief. The very idea that the Ad ministration candidate, inure particularly the special candidate or the Republican National "business manager," should be charged, with ottering 15,000 sound money dollars for the votes of three so-called "gold Democrats," cannot fail to be fraught with pain. In advance...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

THE MORNING TlMESvi MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. BewMle Values t IB 2 Cases yard wide "Gilded Age1' Bleached Muslin, soft finish For 5c yd 3 Cases yard wide "Smokinff Leaf" Un- f bleached Muslin, worth 7cyd I For 5c yd f Fine Unbleached f Sheeting, VA yards f wide . t yd J T f t f t f t For 12c We wish to call your attention to our im mense line of Percales, which we have been I opening daily- Best and newest productions f of American manufac- f turers.... For 1 Oc yd t 3 (A 8 s 8 s I s Don't let it stay hi the house and get Uilu ana pale take it out in the fresh air and give it a chance to set fat before tlio liot summer weather comes. Get a carriage for it ON CREDIT! & "We've got the carriage hundreds 1.5 ! of tlieiu you can take your choice ft fft of them all and pay the hill week- ffl & ly or monthly no notes or interest. J2 When you think about Mattings $ ffl rcmemuerurogans. Mattings wear and we tack them down free- It's K almost Refrigerator time we're...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

THE MOILING- TIMES, MONDAY, APT1XL 12, 1897. THEQSOPHY II TIE DRUM Mrs. Tingley, Leader of the Crusaders, Writes a Play. ALL NATIONS REPRESENTED A Unique Production Entirely Free From Plot mid Intended to Show the "Work Accomplished bj the Apostles of Mystery Aimiverury of the Ulrth of Leader Judge. New Turk, April 11. Mrs. Katherine A. Tiuglcy, the Theosoplust crusader, who recently icturned to New link arter a -woild-girdllug tour in tl.e inteiests of the cult, has just blossomed out as a play wright. Hci play -will be given its first metropolitan production next Tuesday evening in the theater of U.o Knickerbocker Athletic Clul), Madison avenue and Foity fiftti stiect. Theosophists all over the country will he celebrating on Tuesday, that being tlic anniversary of the birth or WillSyi.. XJ ZuC&c, the deccatcd leader of the movement, so tliat ills. Tingley has chosen a fitting time to make lier bow in the cliaiactei of a mystical pln ir light. As explained by Mrs. Major, who is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

I HAVE THE foilotvlng sums to Joan $500. $800, $1,000, $1,300; $1,500. and $1 800, at 6 per cent; larger sums at 5 pe? cent: applications unsweiert on day made. JAMBS A. CAUILL, 52G l.nthst. nw. "l.1 5. MONEY TO OAN from SO "to $00, to reliable parties J. H . Bl RNS, Room , Central bids., 9tb and raave. apii p LOANS MAIK OX FUHNITCTRK. 7 no uses, mtc ann LoanB maac on furniture. Pianos, " "i Wagons, etc. at lowest rates a-'d c possibletlme. Strictly conbdent al. 1 ease call before R curing loans fBerPiiere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN lu 10 F street northwest. LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line lire policies, bank and syndic-lie certificates, building and loan associa tion stock, warehouse receipts, etc.. no delay. Apply to YERKES & BAKER, llootn -ill, 1110 F 6t. nw MOM! TO "LOANTrom $5 to 530, to rcllanm parties. J. H BURNS, Roam 8 Central bldg. , 9th and Pa. avc . np.-t ilOMil TO LOAN -3a large and Kinall sums, at 5 per cent, no delay. Al.il. PARKER, 418 K St. nw. ma27-t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 April 1897

HE MOfftiWG Tflg. MONDAY, .ABBg' 1& 180f E ASTER BUYING begins in earnest today. Let us provide the apparel for the men folks; you'll get better service and better values from our Stock than, you can anywhere else in town. Stands to reason, doesn't it when we Have double, treble or quadruple the assortment. The bigger the business the smaller the margin of profit. Men's suits Here at $ 1 0, $ 1 2.50 and $15.00, which surpass anything you'll see elsewhere for $2.50 to 5.00 more finer ones up to $25 and $30. Men's Topcoats $7.50 to 25.00 and they'll fit, too, perfectly. Hats, Shoes, Neckwear, and all other furnishings; proper styles at proper prices. Dbinson & TWELFTH AND F kJSfabtA BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. Tlie circulation of The Times for the week ended April 0, ISO", whs ns follows: Saturday, April 3 38,110 Sunday, April -1 ir3'"-. IMonday, April 3 37,070 Tuesday, April 0 3Z'70f Wedmday, April 7 37,084 Thursday, April 8 37,534 Vridaj , April O, - 37,78-1 Total... 230,003 Aver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS .. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia fair, fol lowed by increasing cloudiness and show ers Tuesday afteruoon or night; wanner; southerly -winds. COPIES. NO. 1,120. WASHINGTON, TUJESDAT MOHTIG, APTflL 13. 1897-EIG-HT PAG-ES. ONE CENT. tic mmt 37 A 24 fr tf TIE INSURGENTS JUHIICE The Turks Are Unable to Repel the Invaders. A" BIG BATTLE EXPECTED Moslems "Will Mnhe n Bruve Stand at Grcvna Official Report to Ed- lioin Pacini That itcgulnr Troops Are Among the Invaders Turhish Trooii" Ordered Forward. ' Athens, April 12. Telegram s "received 'here tonight from various places along the t frontier show that the insurgents continue -to advance, and are driving the Turks from their positions. The latter, who weie taken completely by surprise, have not ,yet been able to concentrate their scat tered forces in sufficient strength to repel the invaders. The leaders of the raid nave a great ad vantage in their intimate knowledge of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

THE MOB NINO TIMES, TUESDAY, APEIL 13, 1S9T. IRYM Tfl STUDENTS An Address on the Principles of Good Government. AT COLUMMAN IMVERSITT tTIie Great Democratic Trader Felic itously Introduced by Justice Uar liui A Large Crowd Greets the Oratoi -Hi Scliolurly Exposition of auv Important Subject. Hon. William X Bryan fulfillcdlast night Lib promise made last February to address the Columbian University Law School. It was intended that Prceidt'nt Whitman, of the University, should introduce Mr. Bryan on this occasion, the alternate dates of the lTtli ami 14tU or April having been selected, on either of which Dr. Whit man had consented to present the speaker The -change or date tolast night, when Dr. Whitman had a pressing engagement in Baltimore, gave the pleasure of the intro duction to Justice Ilarluu, or the Supreme Court. Of course, there was as large audience in the lecture room and its galleries as they could conveniently .hold, and the same wa true of the inner and outer cor ridors...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES,, TUESDAY, APKIL 13,, 1J597, 8 V BM TO 0FFHL CURES 'Mid Hcarfy Welcoming Cheers (lie President Stepped Ashore. A MOST ENJOYABLE OUTING In Xeounrdtowii on Sunday, But Found Xo Church to-Attend The Villagers Paid Him Houmge-A Happy JMslit on the Cnlm-Potomac. All Feeling Kefruhlied. President McKinley and party on loard the lJ. S. S. Dolphin reacheJ the navy yard v.'liarr Jubt artcr the noon hour yesterday ufter a pleasant sojourn on the lower Potomac. After the necessary delay in making the landing, the Preferential party contain ing .Mr and Mit. McKinley, Secretary and Mrs. Porter, Dr. and Mrs. Bates and Airs Saxton, disembarked and entered car rlapeh awaiting, was driven rapidly to the "White Hoube. A laige number or people had learned of the Dolphin's expected ai rival, aud when the boat "came alongside the wharf a big crowd had gathered. President McKinley was the first to ap pear on the gangplank, and as he started towaid 'the wliarf with Mrn. McKinley leaning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

; f, ?.pr. 12 THE MORlJSTGr TIMSS, UttlES, ' A3?K1X -13, 189T. 3Smc tt trnNiyo. "Evekino a d "c;:dat) ByvTHEWASEINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHXXS UUU.DING A'OKTJIEA-Sr COHKEK TENTH. AND D BTS. 3 ilcplioncs Editorial Jtrnms, 4S1 1 uslncs Office, NU0 jxw lcrs crricEr-oa) tract in niio Jllct J'o.iiInporJIvCTihiB Lditiop. OuoCcnt SuLthiy Edition...... Throe Couts ciitilj, by Carrier Mornlrjr rnd'iBuiidaj- Tlilrry-fivo Cents JEicnlnp... ..Thirty Cents Ea cuing and bumlay. ) .Fjfty Cexts . IiY AIAIIj POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday. EOo Horning and Buuday 35o, Evcnjusand Sunoar ... . . . 36o "WASHINGTON, TUESDAT, APRIL 13. IVar or Something Lilie It. Oa receiving tlie news of the advance of Greek irt-egularb from Kalabaka, this Jour nal commented on the probable serious ness of the movement, in iew of the im portance or Kalabaka as a terminus of the Greek Hue of communications. We argued, on that account, that the demon stration hud all the appearance of a recyn uolEance in force whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

TJBLE M.OBNXNG: TJ31JES TUESDAY; APittL 13, 1897s :::: !:::;;;: ::;::: nsburgh & Bro., 420, 422, 424; 42& Seventh Street. :... :: 4 " j I ( I STERN'S Iretiring I SALE G3SSS5S3 SSSSSSSS Q5SS&S I Watch I the Baby! - Don't let it star In tc nouse and i? get titin and -pale take it out in g the fresh air-ami give it a cliauce Sto Ret fat before the hot summer -. weather xcomes. Get a carriage for '2 it- 1 ON CREDIT "We've got the carriage hundreds fi of them you can take your choice 5 of them ail-and pay the bill week- g I 45 Ci & iS 8 Iy or monthly no notes or interest tf AVhim vou think about Mattl lugs v reraemlicr "Grogan's Mattl ngRwe-ar" and" we tack Uicni down free. It's almost Refrigerator time we're ready when you are. Carpets made, laid andlined free no charge for waste in matching figures. Solid Oak: Extension Tables, 52.75. 40-pound Hair Mattresses, 5.00. $3 qualities Woven Wire Springs, 51-25. Solid Oak, 3-plece Chamber Suite, 510. GROGAN'S riammoth Credit H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

"- - "" " $& r'3 "f ,s ' .& 6 PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Progressive Clothiers, 315 7th St. REMEMBER, today we begin selling those grand $12 "Easter" Sack Suits, in fancy Spring plaids and 'mixtures, for $10. SO. You'll find them without a flaw -'as regards fit, finish and workmanship. First choice means a good deal. Come in during the day and select the Suit you think prettiest! Parker, Bridget & Co., Progressive Clothiers, 315 7lh St. SPECIAL. g 25c Bicycle Pumps 1 Oc g g 25c Graphite 7c a a - 6J 7 . . k7 Bicycle ounaries g At popular prices. $ tt HI The J. & B. Flyer A first-class wheel, fully cuarantceii fl $48.50 g The ENVOY fl.Tr nn S Peer of tliom nil.... .... $D.UU 8 TiiouiLv- cinnnn With tb p'nlcss crank. 4) I U U U U Remember you can order your wheel from u fitted with tnp famous STOD JDKlt PUNCTUR.ELESS T1HE with out extra cliargo. JONES & BUER, 513 9th St. N. W. s (9 C&S3SSSSSSSSSS SSSSGSQSSQGa I fitr-n, giiiur'7 rHiiiiinu & 3 is the new beaut...

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