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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

THE MOHJSlIJSra TIMEgffiflRgTDAY, APRIL lti, 1897, i ST CODE TOGETHER Factions in Southern States Are Warned toy the President. APPOINTMENTS ARE HELD UP Texas, T-ouisdaiin, ailsnihsippl, and - Kentiieltj Orriceseelters Greully Dlisjilipolutcrt Causes and Condi tions of the Contention and Strife Among the Alulcotitents. It was another busy day at the "While ,, House yesterday. Republicans rrom ntaily all the States -were in evidence, and :.s a rule called -with Senators and Representa tives. In striking contrast with the con tented looks of the office-seekers from oilier States were tho.se or Texans, Lou.'b ianians, iiishih&ippians, and Kentucklans, the -patronage of which States is for the nonce lield up This is occasioned in Kentucky by the prolonged Senatorial deadlock, and in the other three States by bitter factional differences The Administration's pur pose is to do nothing in these" cases until home differences are healed and political harmony established. The right in Lou...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

thj: Moiiff in e times? g ekipay, apeil ie, i897. QSmctf (Moiuaxo, Evckixo a.ki Sunday) -By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. nUTCHINS BUILDING onraEAST Comrrn Textie and D Sts. Telephones Editorial IJooms, 4S0' Business Oflico, 1040 XKW TOKK OFFICE, COOS TRACT BUJliTUXO Price J o uingorEvcnincFdition, OncCent Sunday Edition.... TUrco Cents Monthly, by Carrier M anting end Sunday.. ..Tlilrty-flvc Cents Evening .. Thirty Cents U online 7 Evening and V Fifty Cexts Sunday, ) BY 31AIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening ana Sunday..'. 50c Morning and Sunday 35o "Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 10. Jisiiu'ri Birthright. 1 Unless Demoeraticpnralysisln the House or Representatives is quickly galvanized into life, tlie country will think, and have it right u, that the hope or future assign ment to Important committees, with some protective tariff subsidies in one or mure individual instances, lias been sufficient to change the political complexion of many Kcntlcir-cn. elected to tlie H...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

THE MORNING . T11&E& TTBIDAY, APRIL 16, 1897. T L h Lansburgh & Bro. 40 -inch Scotch Lawn, 8c It seems marvelous that one can afford to sell such beautiful Lawns for 8c per yard. Not one or two pieces to select from either, but sev eral hundred. 37c French Right in the beginning of J the season we give you the J opportunity of the choicest J ' patterns of Koechlin's French 5 j Organdies that sell every- J I where for 37c yd., we will 2 give you your pick for 18c j yd. Prudent people will re- J spond immediately to this an- J uouncement to get the pick of J t patterns. J I 420, 422. 424, 426 7 th St. J 3 m .te' ftqO oQ van Or Stern's Retiring Sale. The en tire stock is being closed out. and the big inducements for buyers arc manircst in the remarkable reduc tions in ali departments. Experienced Salesladies required at once- 25e Men's Underwear 17c 50c Men's Underwear 33c GDo Men's Laundered "White Shirts 44c iJlic Men's Laundered Percale Shirts 44c 4Dc Men's UnlaundercdSl...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

TELE MQRNINft TI3LEST jUDAT , APRIL 10, 189T. TAKE our ad vice and come to day if 3tou want one of our $12 Suits for $10. SO. You'll feel proud of jour appear ance Baster morn ing as well as proud of the fact 3'ou have saved money besides. Black and Blue Cheviots stylish Plaids and Fanc3T Mixtures in the smartest spring- styles. Choice until closing time Saturday night 10.80. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 rth St. GS5QTCS5GS5S ifi tj a 49 Si I? s Si (fl a a S V) if CM g 25c Bicycle Pumps gj 25c Graphite 10c 7c ? Bicycle Sundries At popular prices. The J. & B. Flyer A first-class wheel. BuarauteeO... The ENVOY Peer of tliciu all... The OLIVE- .T. $48.50 g .... $75.00 iuu.uu g With "the P'iiIces cranl Bciucmberyou can ardor your wheel fromui tlttett with mo iaiuoui3TOI DER PUNCTURELESS Tint: with out extra charge JONES & BURR, 513 Dili St. N. W. fc7 The best wheel at the price $65 is the ii ERiE.,: CEO L. HALEY. C03 E St. X W. I ttP& THE NAVY DAILY GAZETTE. Hear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

'MONKX ffAyTKD AXDTO !L,0HL ILK:. FULTON'S loan office. 1218 Pa. avc. nw.,moneyloam-doa wattes. mam.nds, JeAvelry, sliver ware, etc, apuHm -PVNEY TO LOAN -$1,000 upvvaxd. t 5 and-5 1-2 per ccntron D. C. renlertau. S250; 5300, etc, at C per cmC al transactions conducted with econtfiiicai consideration lor brrrowers . H SAUNDERS & CO., 1107 bt. UW. apiu-ti LOANS MADK ON- FKILnII UK, : HOT1SKS. ETC Loans made on rnrniWre. riMos. Horaea. &Iffiol? ! ffircroe:, (ilUi" street northwest. TANTED-Loan or SlpO: good beeutity. Addiess J. B-. this office. np!5-3t IDLJ MONEY will rind a tare . per cent real ctlate iiivcstinent at U rED bvvtes uriLnrNir and loan asso ciation. No. 1313F st nw apl4-3t-cm jONEyWANTED "Will sell to pay 8 per cent semi-annually, several Drst trust im-ruragcs 500, and upwards. Address TRUST, tlits ortlce. apl 3-1 ot JIONEY TO LOAN, from S5 to-S50, to .eliablc partiea. J. H 1SCRNS, Room 8, Control bldg., 9tb and Va. avu apll-t LOANS negotiated on stx:l:s, londs, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

' r' THE MORKIKGr TIMES,: FBIDAT, AJB& 1& 183f 8 4 Easter Hats. The only difference be tween our Derbies and those' of the agency stores is the price. We sell ours for what they are really worth. THREEfDOILARS. Seen the Waverly? Our new flat brim Alpine all the newest shades and colors. Prices are $1.00, $1.50 and $2. Easter suits for men and boys, Easter shoes, Easter neckwear, gloves and all other furnishings. Latest and best styles and lowest prices. 12ih and F Sts. N.W. BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation or The Times for the. weeli ended April 0, 1SU7, wus as follows: Saturday, April 3 3S,11? Sunday, April 4 ,78-1 Jouduy, April 5... 37,1)7H Tuesday, Aui 0 37,701 AVi'dij.-.aay, April 7 37,1)8-1 Thursday, April 8 37,351 Friday, April 0 . 37,784 Total 250.U05 Average dally circulation (.Sunday, 23,784, excepted). 37,853 1 hereby certify that iho ubuvo Jb u correct statement of. circula tion for the week ended April O, 1607. WILLIAM P. LEECH. ; Manager of Circulation. Ad...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS For the Dibtricl of Columbia, Delaware and Maryland, occasional showers in the early morning; Saturday fair; cooler In the morning; northwesterly winds. GOMES. JNTO. 1,124. WASEnUGrTOST, SATURDAY MORNING, APlirL IT, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. 027 E CENT. rnTHER probabilities. RACING Sill Venning Race Course For Full Particulars See Amuse ment Column Dailv. THE MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP It is Said to Have Landed on an Iowa Farm. The 31 an Jn Charge Says Bepulrs Are Needed Keei)s People Away YVJth n Hlfle. Waterloo, Iowa, April 1C This section 1b much excited over an airship. It was first observed here when day broke today. The stranger in charge says it is a fly ing machine and that he landed here to day to make some repairs and will resume his voyage In theair Uunoirow. He keeps all people at a distance of several hundred yards fiom the machine, and therefore many do not credit his story, but think it a fake designed to create a sensation. Jiibt what objec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MOENINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, APEXL 17, 1897. ' . a short sruide for Easter shoppers: Children's Suits start at 1.4S Men's Suits start at $7.50 Men's "Bike" Suits start at $5.00 All-wool Striped Sailor-collar Sweat ers, at $1.00 New Plaid Shirts at $1.00 and everything- else 3rou'll need for Easter wear is here for less than prevailing prices. EISEMAN BROS., Cor. Ttli and E Sis. N. W. So Ilrnncli Storo In Washington. OUT TODAY! .WRIGHT & DITSON'S OFFICIAL Lawn Tennis Guide. Hanking or riayers, Championships, and Club Tournaments throughoutthe United States and Canada, Photographs of the Champions, Utiles of the Game and Letters oriuterest. A. G. SPALDING & BRO.. 10 Pa. Axe. DPEIIIE DAY IT BERMIHG The Card for the Day Well Filled. BETTORS AND BGOIQIAKERS Tine noises ur.il lilt; yiIds All That Is Xrpfltd Is Bright Sui:-hlilue-First Day of Legitimate Racing; in the liat Entries for the Day uml Times Tips. The beacon of legitimate racing In the liaBt will be Inaugurated at Benni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MORNJITO TPr:E5,J,SATIH?Djy.T, APRIL 17, 1897 3 SEARCH'S PRIZE PUZZLE! xm iS&A tieftlfcle BS-,oBa bizw MW w """" -- ??ifMGaiR "i"i""B" USft &f&!BIftSilgt lSK&DfJfPgt 1r1n 0-flBs TO EVERYONE WHO ounr.., - WILLGIVH THEM THEIR ,, nnx.n ttATCH. BRissmxo ir act STASH. BKKECH-J.OAUJnu SKJ .mni wn" . , . ..... o i.. j.ti.. . lltn nfeffin lie, m- c-r;i, orrr-r A AwnOlVIF PREMIUM ft" .- . . 1 .. ..-hentrP CPT TniTRI.E i:AK Ulllk UAHAbO.1 iHDTmoTtooLrl.irrL ...SfiiS.meof the New York Standard Watch cWan. wsraTrt oren .the work., la i r let., Mtj o a p , t of oaDC i w ...ndM r "vbat vot-it. I'miauriimm, AI1IK CUUlCBfc .,2V,'a- . -i, V-11 SrwMent" 'i'"' t to toose wno incioso send answers to our PMiadeipnia omce. STn This content closes June AW'&m nnd w here In which this puzzle has 5-AH OUTSIDE WRAPPER TAKtn rnum untur .. ""l"'';- e mereiyi.ou.ehoW. Ti.er SoM nd recommended by druggists as standard '3Jnnr5Stlllwlth uniform accuracy at th, embody the best prescriptions o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MOKK1JS-G - .TIMES, SATrOTDAX, APKILVT, 1897. tEimcjU IMOUXIXG, EVEXIXG AM) SUXI1AT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co.- iiutchins building Koetjieast corker Testii ad d Sts.- 'Jtlephoncs Editorial Jtcoms, 5SQ Business Olice, 10 3CEW YORK OFFICE, -OOfl TBLACT BUILDINO , Price 3 o ning or Evening lidltioi. On6CiC Sur.day Edition 'i'lireo Ccnu.- Monthly, l;y Carrier Mciulrg rnd Sunday.. ..Tlitrtv-five Cents, .CClilli.. ........... 1UU IT .eiiM IMomiiifr. ) Euningaud Fiftt Cents Bun day. , ilY XAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Slorn'.ng. Evening and Sunday... 60c' Moninj; una Sunday 35c EvcuIl. aud Sunday 35 "WASHINGTON, SATURDAY. APRIL. 17. Demand the Yeah and Xnys! Once more we desire to cull the attention of Democratic Members ot the House of Representatives to their duty to their coun try, their party, their constituents and their manhood, and ask tlicrii on this day to demand and secure ji yea and nay vote on the proposition -or Mr. Dingley to ignore the oubiaess of the nation, aud ad journ the H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MOUSING TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 18M7. o B S I 1 Lansburgh & Bro. READY-TO-WEAR SKIRTS. We have an enormous stock to select from m such nm- " terials as figured mote plain brilliantin'?, plain serges, all shades, plain and figured silk grenadines, elamines, coverts and novelty goods. As a clever bargain "we quote a fancy all silk figured satin skirt, Mi four yards wide, - nicely lined, also an inner lining. For $4.98. This skirt is fully worth $8.5o. Will you take adv an tase of this bargain? 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. -T-.55 S;-5 S5 ! I KNOW IT ? Do you know tliat you arc always perfectly welcome to credit here? Do j ou know that our prices on Furniture, and Mattings, and Baby Carriages arc lower than those of the cash .stores? They are and if you will take a look a tour price tags, you'll find we arc rightl t 1 1 8- S 8 if s 8 (fi 45 0 8 & H CREDIT Makes Buying Easy! IT your baby needs a carriage Ret it here If vou need some matting you'll find a thousand patterns he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

j-r9 T nyv THE MOBKIKQ-, TIMES, SATTJKPAY, APBIL 17, J 897. t JJaso ball and bat froo. Boys' $3.50, Suits for $3.95 Here is good news to you mothers who have put off biding the boy's faster Suit until now. As a special Easter offering we shall sell Boys' Short Pants Suits, carefullv made, finely finish ed, worth S3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5, for only $2:95. Spring weight sizes from 4 to 14 years. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. A FEW LEFT. "We will huve a few 1897 model Wcjck'h that e have been elliiii; at the extraordinary irice of. $30 on wale today. It is our intention to have for the bicycle public bicvelos at all prices. Tliefee !?30 bicycleK are worth $30. They nro new and have been ndvertited by a prominent mulier at $100. We have removed the name plate in order to protect the mnfeerts agents. Thehe burjrntus cannot Jast lonp. We had a few car londs, hut they ure goinp; rapidly. Call early aud make your selection. If you don't like the looks of this wheel, we Ini...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MOKSTESTG TIMES, SATUJRDAY, APBIL 17, 1897. MONEY WANTED AND TO X.OAN. H . K. FULTON'S loan orricz, 1218 Ta, ave. uw., money loancdon watcnes, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. apl6-6m WANTED -$2,000; first mortage on un incumbered real estate, for a term or years; no percentage- Address ;.,h-"- this office. anl6-2t,cm LOANS MAJUi ON FURNITURE. I HOHSKS. HTC. Loans made on .furniture, Pianos. or?os. Wapons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly undenUnL J case call berore eccurlug loans elsewhere. "WASHINGTON MOIlTGAGE LOAN CO.. CIO 1'" street northwest. MOXeFtO LOAN-S1.000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D. C. real estni.e. 5250, $500, etc., at .0 per cent, al transactions conducted with economical consideration lor g-8 IU apio-tr 1407 F st. mv. WANTED-Loau of $110; good fcciiiity. Audi ess J 11., this office. ap!5-3t IDLE MONEY will Dud a tare G per cent rel ettatc investment at LNIILU STATES HOLDING AND LOAN ASSO C1ATION, No. 1S13 F fct. nw. apl4-3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 April 1897

THE MORlsESfGr . TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1397 8 THE BOYS will be disappointed if they don't have new clothes for Easter. We're prepared fo supply a reg-imeiit today. Bring-your Tjoj-s here and get them fitted from the best selection of the best garments made. Short-omits suits in the newest styles and exclusive patterns of Tweeds. Cheviots, none but reiiaoie qualities 01 sizes 4 to 16 3-ears. Prices $2.50 S3.50 $5.00 S6.0Q S7.50 S10.00 and $12.50 Long-pants suits, for boys from 14 to 19 years, were never so" stylish and handsome as they are this season. Rich, dressy colors and patterns. Well-made, perfect fitting garments at $7.50-58.50-$ 1 0.00-$ 1 2.50 and $15.00 Per Suit. The proper Hats, the proper Shoes., and the only com plete line of Boys' Furnishings in town are HERE at lowest possible prices. Men's garments, too. Bigger variety and better values than elsewhere. An investigation will prove it. 12th and F Streets . M&J... Z - j bUNA Hue uiHCULATlON. The- cJroulat.uu of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

1 I The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS COPIES. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. vxu. For the District of Columbia, Delaware and Maryland, fair; warmer; northerly winds, becoming variable. THREE CENTS. WASHTSTGrTOitf, SUNDAY MORHING, APKIL IS, 1897 TWENTY PAGES. 3STO. 1,125. BIGGS GHEWSE WIDERIHB The Break Will Soon Measure a Mile in Width. TOOK- YEAAKD MY VOTE The Democrats Force Repub licans (0 a Roll Call. Introduction for the Past Two Months Never Surpassed by Any Other Coal in This Market. TENSAS F-UiMS FLOODED STRAIGIITOUT POLICY WINS I Jill r If You Have Not Yet Tried Gayton Ask Your Neigh bors How They Like It, or Ask Your Dealer to Send You a Trial Ton-Store Size, S5.25 (2240 Pounds), Delivered. Kindles Quickly Gives Intense Heat Very Enduring Un equaled for Cooking Heating or Open Grates. Cheapest Fuel for Summer or Winter Use Better and Cheaper Than Oil, Gas or Coke. CUT OUT THIS "AD." FOR FUTURE USB. Wholesale Depot: 1368 POWHATAN COAL TURKEY HUKES W taioi of Macedonia Stir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MORiraQv TIMES, SLTETDAY, .AJPRIL 18, 1897. TOOK A jftft flfiD UY VOTE Continued from First Pace. ney for a pri wile claim islieic hounding us to go on. He does not caic that you sacxi flcethe Intel eitf. of the people to tLc greed at railroad coipoiatiou.s,.ovided In: can pnK, liif piivatc claims lilll, and all these liave enlisted that pait of tl ei rubs av1ip.sc editoiial colmnsaie foi sale to denounce ua because v:e do not fight, right ioi Avhat? I am as icady as auj man to fight avIiwi eivr I con ice any fair advantage to my country or my pasty ijyiiglitiiiK. Inn, -what lis to l.e gained by fighting? Shall avc right to compel the Republican party to legislate, "wheu Ave knoAV and have said lepeatedly that if they legislate at all tl ey -will legis late against Uie best intetests of the coun try? Can "vveeoiumendourf elves to thought ful ireu as AvibenndcandM.lt iiifnebieath vednouuce all the InAVK which the Rcpiib lienn OongieK.s proposed and then in the nexlbicath denounce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. APRIL 18, 1897. rv AU Eyes Are Upon It This Eastertide. The imposing "Smoke Stack" lately erected by tlie "Washington Brewery Co.," stands unique as a "Beacon of Elec trical Beaut''' and a veritable "Tow er of Strength," raising its grace ful lines 135 feet high, and silently proclaiming to all sections of the city "The Home of Pure Lager Beer." Sold in cases of 24 bottles, deliv ered to any ad dress, for $1. 00. Telephone 1293. &$&fl -'-r- "-tr"- j I .? - ZtiZsM MK?reiiM&85s?7 Ssb3 r e 'lADr HI- "l-li" TRADE MARK. HARRY WILLIAMS, Manager. Tlie lluccs nt Forhjthe. Chicago, April 17 At Forsylhe, Ind , today the track was heavy. Tlic firstrace went to an outsider, tw o won by favorites and tlio other two by 6evond choices. Flr6t race Five fuilongs. Rachel, 15 to 1 . won; SlixcMby Mr. Pickwick), second; llehcina. third. Titue, 1 :0G 3-4. Second race Fuur furlongs Miss Hoy, 3 to 5, won; Morea. 6 to 1, set-ond; Alpbea, third. Time, 0:52 3-4. Third r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE JIQBtfle Tlflpsg,! STODAT, .APJEIL 18, 3S97, Stylish pring Attire jR&'hh!& 9 WW 111 If last -week's- SEilinsr is -any criterion t Ii i s will be t ii e greatest spring season since we 'beran business. Busv as "bees- right up to clos ing time Satur day night. The result is apparent todaj' in the large number of v ell-dressed fas ter Sunday promenaders. The bur success or our sale of $12 Suits for $10. SO lias been so gratifying we have decided to continue it until the entire lot is sold. Stylish spring patterns in the latest Plaids and Pancy Mixtures aud Black aud Blue Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 ?th St. Garner & Oos RETIRING SALE, 7th and H Sts. A TALE. 1VIXII SELAKKiiV. Xle Tliinliw LTe Will Kasily IViM Over Peter dialler. Xpw l'ork, April IT. Tom Sharkey, the suilor-pugllist, reached here this morn ing from San Francisco, accompanied ly his manager, Danny Lynch-. Sfcrkey looks -well, and seems to he quite -well pleased to get back to this ei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

."" t, THE MORNlGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. RESERVE TEAM BOWLERS Carroll Institute Players Won tlio Championship. RAWLIXGS LEADS THE LEAGUE Challenge Series With Saengerbund Lender Probable "W. S. B. Has 2Hliet Averages uud Totals Sec ond in Gimlet. Vou-Individual uud Team Hesults. The second team, reserve bowling league, closed Its series of championship games on "Wedncsdayevenlnglabtwituasetof games oa the Carnrtl Institute alleys between the home team and the Washington Sacnger- bund, and each tea n won a game- Carroll institute won the championship quite handily. The standing ot the teams composting the league has all along been ho close that it -wai; not until about a fortnight ago possi ble to even predict the probable -winner of the championship, and it took the last two sets played to decide the winner of the championship. The teams all deserve credit for the splendid manner in which the sched ule has been played orf and for the high--class of games bowled. The work or...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MOKNIN TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. rz3 23)C jBSiaaL tEimtS (Mousing, Evemxq and Suxdat-) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. 1IUTCHIXS BUILDING Southeast Corxer Tenth asd D Sts. a Clcpuones Editorial Rooms, -1SS Business Onico, 1M0 sw voitK crricr, .'(KOthact uuitntKo TrjcoJ o ulug or E cuing I-ditJoa, OneOnt finuday Edition Three Cents Monthly, ly Canlcr Morning snd Sunday... .Tbirty-flvo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. ) i:cmiigand Fiftv Cexts fcunday, ) BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50o Horning and Buuday SSo Evculuj; and Sunday . 3Go WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL IS. Oil Record ut .Lust. "We are liappy to note that in thcllouso yesterday, the demand or Tlie Times, that the Democratic minority fchould place it beir definitely ou record In opposition to the suppression of that constitutional body by its Speaker, and his prohibition of the exercibe of its legitimate functions, was met by affirmative and enthusiastic action. This action took place arter a person...

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