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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 April 1897

THE MOttNI-frQ TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1897. A EARNEST BAPTIST II Second Session of the Foreign Mission Society Conference. ADDRESSES AND REPORTS Welcome Extended by Hcv. Samuel Greene, Cnlvurj's Pastor Tho Sr clety In u Flourishing Condition 2ixeent ik to Finances New Publi cations for tile Year Announced. Tlie twenty-sixth annual conference of the Woman's liantibt Foreign Missionary Society Tecouvcned at. Calvary Baptibt Church at 9:30 o'clock yesteiday morning. Mifcs Sarah C. Duvfee.iiiehldciit, wabin the cliair. A devotional service, lasting for an hour, was led by Mrs Archibald Wheaton, of Connecticut. The address of -welcome was made by Hev. Samuel II. Greene, pastor or the church, the president of the society rcyiotidlnp. In her respoube Miss Durfce said that the - had looked up the history of missionary work, and had found that the Calvary Church Missionary Society was one of the ' oldest and most effective in the District. There was cause for gratitude, she said, forthec...

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. — 22 April 1897

c 4 (Etmeg (MonNIKO, EVESIKO ASD SUWDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. nUTCHINS BUTLDrNG KOKTHEAST COUKEK TEKTU AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Booms, 4S5 Business Oflloe, 1W0 KEff TOBK OFFICE, SOW TRACT nUILPriCO Price J oning or Evening Eaitiou, OnoCtnt Sunday Edition Tlxreo Cents Monthly, by Carrier Mornlrr and Sundoy.... Thirty-five Cents Evening .. Thirty Cents ii orninp. 7 Evening aud Firry Cents Sunday, J BY JMATL, TOSTAGE ritEPAID Morning, Evening and Buuday GOo Morning and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 3o "WASHINGTON. THUKSDAT, APRIL 22. A Tandem Driver. Tlie Autocrat of the House of Heed, late the House of Representatives of the United States, has taken into his confidence the delegates of the Federation of Labor, who called "upon liim yesterday. He told them Uiat "matters of legislation were now beiug drion tandem," and gave them to understand that nothing would be done f'ir tJiem until after tlie passage of the Dingley bill. Tlie Congress and the country owcthanks to the A...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 April 1897

THE JtfORJSUSTGr TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1897. 3S &SSS3SSS0S5 Lansburgh & Bro. OUR GREAT I LACE SALE I Has -kept the yard sticks moving rapidly. git a yard For White and Cream Lace. Worth 25c yard. 25c per yard For all Silk Black Lace in widths from 5 to "20 inches. Worth from 75ctoS4,50 per yard. Your pick of any width. Only 25c per yard. "Wonderful, isn't It, tliat we can elvo you such values? but it is tho result of "watch ing1 carefully the Importer's mistakes of buying too much. You are the gainer by their mistakes. 1 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. 1 0SS3SSSSR3S3eSS3 ssssssa ssssssss tcssqssgs? Your Bicycle Is Ready, On Credit! "We have been fortunate enough to secure a standard make of Ladies -and Mens Bicycles ne of tiie fore inosiioo machines which wesuall sell at SSO aud the $75 grade at ?5. We are enabled to louver the prices tweaase these wheels will be sold under our OWN name-plate. ? Tliev are FULLY GIMItAN"! UK1H " e oner mem to you on iho Easiest Payments i Eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 April 1897

6 Spring Overcoats -Reduced. Here goes for a quick clearance of several lots of Spring Overcoats. Sale be gins this morning and it's safe to assume it won't last long. Too many shrewd ones to permit 'such an op portunity as this to remain unnoticed. Lot 1396 Men's Fine Covert CI oUiOvercoats.propcrlcngth, strap seams, French raced, reduced from $12 to $S Lot 1390 1-2. Men's CovcrtCloth Overcoats, plain beams, reduced from 910 to $7.50 Lot 1538. FineCovcrtCloth Over coats, pure silk liucd, reduced fiom $15 to $3-2 Oddlotorone dozen Spring Weight Overcoats, small sizes only. Wore $6to$15. Keducedto $3.GO Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Tth St. it 3 if s s 8 8 it s tj 25c Bicycle Pumps 10c w 25c Graphite 7c 8 Bicycle Sundries At popular prices. The J. & B. Flyer 8 A first-class wheel, hilly (TO Cfl cuaiantcei' D'U. JU a rpi, pwnv- t? " .. $75.00 8 8 8 8 8 g 1 ccr ui iiiuiii iii.-' Tno.oL,ivii- cmnnn s Will, tho pitiless crank. 4) I U U . U U q t-........ 1. - rnn nin nrAp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 April 1897

THE MORKING TIMES. TSEflHiSDAY, APBIX 22, 1897. :koney wanted and 10 jloax. H. K FULTON'S loan orrica, 1218 Pa .ave. nw., money loaned on watches, ui-ujioads, Jewelry, 6Uver ware, etc. tipio-uro LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5, 5 1-2, ana G per cent. p20-lmo GASCH BROS, 130 . F st. nw. LOAXS IADE ON FURNITURE, IIOHShS. ETC. Loans macetjn Fornlturc; KS W aeons, eta. at lowest rates n"d.IlvUi7 possible 'time. Strictly """S'geVjwre. call before securing, loans gwPgg; WASHINGTON MOllTGAUL LU.Y w., tilO F street northwest- MONEY -TO LOAN, from $5 to 550, to ratable Parties; no collateral required. Itoom S. Central bldg., 9ih aud in. ac. i:pis-7t mNEY TO LOAN-$l,000 upward, aio m!5 1-2 ler cent, on 1). C real estate. $250, $500, etc., at 0 per cent, all iiaasacuoiis conducted with economical ounsidoiaUon for boi rower. - WILLIAM H. SAUNDKKR CO-' nplO-tf 14U7 1- Bt. nff. .MONEY -WANTED Will tell to pay 8 per cent tseiui-a initially, several. " trurt morteages $500. and upwarus. Afliircss trust, th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 April 1897

""" i". ' , THE MORIINGr . XlMOSS; THTJESJDAY, APJ21L 22, 1897. av. Bicycle Suits. Largest and most complete line in, town in all newest styles and patterns. Specially big val ues, too. Splendid suits at Fiye Dollars. A large variety of them. Some rood ones as low as $4 others at 86, S7.50, $3.50, $10, $12.50 and $15. Boys' Bicycle Suits a Specialty. Newest and best line of all other Bicycle apparel Sweaters Shoes Hose Caps and Belts. Proper qualities proper prices. ryCo 12th and F Sts. N.W. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS.HATS and SHOES i&Mm& BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. Tlie circulation of The Times for the week ended April 10, 1897, witis s follows: Saturday, April lO 38,051 Sunday, April 11 3,007 Jlouduy. April 111 37,124 XucmIiij-, April 13 37,58"- Veilueda.v, April 14 37.218 TlltirMltiy, April 13 37,208 Friday,. April 10 37,205 Total 240,135 Average daily circulation (Sunday, 23,007, excepted). 37,528 I liereby certify tbnt tlie nbovo 1b ii correct statement of circula tiou for the wee...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

Tno Clrcnlition of THE TIMES Yesterday "WEATEETv PROBABILITIES. WAS For. the District or Columbia and Mary land, fair, followed by Increasing cloudi ness Friday night; warmer; southcrly winds. (1J III lie HfiffiiifflBBraBS ILilIlilrKtl COPIES. mw h S iylH Jn3 H jjtHfvuaajJh- " " "--i''i -j ' t r.ii - u --- - - i - . - ' NO. 1,130. MlHSlLW DiaJperate fflnkttiE oi tte Roai to Larissa. TIMS MAKE 10 HEADWAY Both the Opposing Armies Have Been Re-enforced. KING GEORGE TO THE FRONT The Nows From the Sent of War Continues Conflicting Tin; Pres ent Center of Interest Is Mali. The Greeks Have Ilnllfecl There und Arc Fighting Desperately for the Preservation of Larlssn At Reveui the Turkish Attack Con tinues, But Is Weaker Prince Constantlne Is In the Thick of the lint tie and All the Greek Troops Are Behaving "With Dis tinguished Bravery. London, April 22. The most lucid re port of the operations at Mati ib furnished by the Athens correspondent of the Times, -who, telegraphing under today's d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

o THE MORISTtfGr TIMES, FKIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897. ta FIDE UT THE HIT YISEO Three-Sfory Frame Building aud Contents Destroyed. VALUABLE RELICS CONSUMED The Hoss to the Government Will .Nut He 3Iore Thau f?l5,000. lint the Building Contained I.are Col lection of Curios Ueloniilnj; to - Kiivul Officers, Valued at $30,000. A firj, which destroyed nearly $50, 000 worth of property, at the navy yard broke out shortly after 1 o'clock, in the budding known as Uie general store keeper's office, No. 2, and was not ex tinguished until the entire structure had been almost completely gutted. At one time it appeared as though the entire row of buildings would he consumed, but the prompt action of the department pre vented the fire from spreading. The origin of the fire is not known, but is sup-iosud to have been the result of Honta neons combustion In the attic, which was used principally as a storeroom. The fire -.'.as discovered by one of-the day luiKrer8 in the yard, who saw a volume of .smoke p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

TTIE MORJSI-CTG TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897, ' y ITCOY A GIL IM LUCK AGHI Miss Lyn.il! and Mr. Sfoffel Won for Them Yesterday. FORGET FIRST OYER JUMPS Declare and Arabian the Other Wiu nerh Trade Heoord Broken Ju the Hurdle Haee Winner Hid Up. Three Favorites "Won Largo At tendance and Lively Speculation. Times Tins. First race- Ray S., 10 win; Cliarentus, ecron'l. Seconl race Mahoney, to win; Temple fctowe, second. Tlilr.1 race Dr. Jim, to win; Lambert, second. Fourth race Choir Boy, to win; Percy F-, second. rirch race Brisk, to win; "Will Elliott, Ecconil. TJie opening game of Hie season at Na tional Park was expected to draw from the attendance at Burning yesterday, but If it did so it was not apparent. Tliecrowd was perhaps the largest so far during the week, tnc ladies clubhou.se being espe cially well filled. Quite a representation from Baltimore was present. lii the limdlc race Forget again dcriion ttrateJ lier speed over the sticks by re ducing tin- record of 3:23 made by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

TH.E MOBJSrrBTG TIMES, FRIDAX, APRIL 23, .1897. be jg&zA&zzL STimcxf. (&CIUC1SG, EYKX7NG AD StTKDAYJ Bj THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCIIINS HUILDINO .Koktheast Comrzn Textii and d Sts. !leU'boiics Editorial nrn-vs, 4S1 Luslncs onice, 1W0 kkw touk rFrjcn. cnou tiuct iim&nrxn Trico o nine or Evening tuition. OnoCnt fiucdjy I'-tlilioa. ...... Uliico Coins Monthly, by Carrier Mornirr ind Sunday.. ..Thlrtv-fivo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. "I E cuing aud Fifty Cknts buuOajv J BY MAIU rOSTAGK PKKPAID Horning, Evening and Sunday 60o UorniaK mid Sunday 35o Evening and Suuday 36o "WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 23. t Aid to tile Autocrat. Tlie exhibition in tlie suppressed House or Representatives yesterday presented some new attractions. The proposition oC "the ComniiUec on Rules to consider In Committee or tlie Wliole tlie four appro priation bills, without reference to their consideration by any standing committee, was graciously modified to meet the ob jection of Mr. Bai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

TEE MOEN1NG TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897. 0 Lansburgh & Bro. i 1 4 THEY ARE BEAUTIES, 0 5 Those fine imported 5 Koachlin Organdies, $ w yet we sell them io you $ at less than half price. J 37c per yard is the J 5 price all over the coun- ? 0 try for these beautiful a 6 Lawns. But of course the assortment cannot P always be as good as f 0 now. IF you are going1 to f f buy one, buy while they 5 are here In such varle- 5 lies. WE HAVE ALSO J t Made a corresponding f reduction in ribbons to ? trim them with. WiilW J 420, 422, 424, 425 Ttll St. J o m & - o ksssssss ssotqsss ossssaosss I Your . I I Bicycle I Is Ready, I On Credit! I We have been fortunate enough to fcecure a standard make of Ladies' ami Men Bicycle one of the fore mosiiou machines which -ivoshall hell at SfeO and the $75 grade at 5k. We are enabled to lower the puces because these wheel b will be old uuder our OWN name-plate. They are FULLY GUAUANlEEDl "We otfer them to you on the Easiest Payments Ever Known! Her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

THE IMOBtflHGr TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, X89T. LOST THE QPEil The Brooklyns Won Out in lie Closing Inning. PITCHER PAYNE'S PUZZLERS An Xtntnenre Crowd Gave the Ser. utors n Hearty "Welcome Clmrley Helllj'w Huie Run and SolbueLVs Fielding: Wt'ie the Fenture Dis tinguished Gentlemen 1'rebent. ,&& -$ w. Philadelphia.. 2 Louisville 1 Baltimore.... 1 Cincinnati 1 Brooklyn 1 Pittsburg 1 Washington.. 0 Chicago 0 New York... 0 Cleveland.... 0 S.. Louis 0 Boston 0 FmwMw L. Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 2 .000 kCt, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Vn.ul:istou, -!; Brooklyn, 5. Louisville, 3; Cleveland, 1. Baltimore, 10; Boston, 5. Philadelphia, 5; New York, 1. Pitthmp;, 4; St. Lonls, 1. Cincinnati, 8; Chicago, 7. GAMES TODAY. Brooklyn at "Washington. New York at PliJlndelplita. Boston at Baltimore. Cleveland a't Louisville. Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at St. Louis. "With congenial vreathcr attneir disposal and the great attraction offe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

THE MORNTOGr TIMES, EKIDAT, APBlTi 23, 1897. 3liOXEr WANTED AND TO LOAN. Jewelry, silver ware, etc aplfa-Gm LOANS ONREAL ESTATE. G, C 1-2, and 0 per cent. a.ii-(Mni- GASCH I3KOS.130gti-nw. "LOANS MABB ON jettHXTLiJUK. ' Loans nuriuon Furore. Pianos . HoMM. Wugons, etc. at lfst rates an d q iise jiobMble t Imc. Strictly """ciac w tiere call before securing' loans !!,gg WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN -0.. CIO F street liorinwc-C. t-kvi-v tii i oaV from 55 to 5T50, to M25h. T,rUM. no bilateral retjulred. r.im, 8?SValbUlg, 9th and Pa. ne. nia-7t . money to WAr5.olP;lSJl? amis 1-2 per cent, on D I ;re;U ,"-.n. snuo. etc . at hit cent: u tinnsactions conducted with economical consideration for boirowers. WILLIAM H. SAUNUir Sf rO. npKJ-tf 1-1U7 1- M, nff MONEY -WANTED Will m?U to pay b per cent bciiil-anii-ally, federal nnt ." jiK.rtK.ises 5500. and upwards Address TUUSr. tliio office. api -! LOANS nc-oltntc- on Flock. lwna. old lino lire policies. Hank nud kjnUluUB crtiricalcb. building and lo....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 April 1897

v-jgr-siBflv THE MOHSTESfGr TIMES, FRIDAY, APEtL 23, 1 897. Ten Dollars Buys here a nobb3', stylish, all wool Tweed, Cheviot or Home spun Suit iu the newest style plaids and overplaids cut in the correct fashion and as perfect in fit as any custom garments at twice the price. A big- variety to select from. Others at 512.50, $15, $18 and up, and all g-ood values. Get your new Derby here and save a dollar or two from hat store prices. All standard blocks In all proper colors. ReiiiEiSGii&ClieryCo 12th and FSts. N.W. BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. i - The circulation of The Times for the week ended .April 10, 1807, was as follows: . Saturday, April 10 38,051 Sunday, April 11 U3.0U7 Monday. April 12 37,124 Tuesday, April 13 37,3812 "Wednesday, April 1-3 37,218 Thursday, April 15 37,208 Friday, April 10 37,20a Total 240,135 Average daily circulation (Sunday, 23,007, excepted). 37,528 1 hereby certify thut the nbovo Is n correct statement of circular tion for the weeli ended April 1G, 18D7. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

c7-Bjjwrwr6t-j- i V I .The arenbtioa of THE TIMES Yesterday "WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. S 1Q41 For the District of Columbia, generally fair during the day, followed by increasing Cloudiness, and probably showers Satur day night; southwesterly winds. 9 u u COPIES. Chtitfis Wit v 3STQ. 1,131. RACES. Day! 0 0 Bill bill. SixRaces, INCLUDING Congressional Slakes, Washington Handicap -AND- Full Course Steeplechase, FIRST RAGE AT 3 P. M. RATES OP ADMISSION: To Grand Stand $1.00 To Clubhouse and Paddock $1.50 Ladies 50c Special trains, direct to track-", leave Sixth Street Station at 2:05 and 2:30 p. m., re turning immediately after last race. VISIT THE HEW POSTOFFICE Postmaster General Gary and Staff as Inspectors. The Departmental Officials Look . lug at Prospective Headquarters. I'rogross of the Work. Superintendent Kinsey received a dis tinguished delegation yesterday at the un finished new city postoffice. The delega tion was one of inspection, consisting of Postmaster General Gary, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

1 i TOlESr -S:A.TURDAr, THE MORNING- APIilL 2-1, 189T HIS AWFUL SCEPTER SWAYS Speaker Reed Again Ignores All Democratic Legislative Right. APPEAL AND PROTEST VAIN Discussion of Indian Bill Resumed. Several Somites Auii".idnienl Kofl Ctiiieuiiod Iti Coufeieuco Com mittee Appointed -Ui ant Ceifc moniul Committee Appointed. The Democrats of the House who hn.e licietorore regarded with btrange win-p.ai&iim-c Mi. Reed aud bis biiu,le-idc t linj,iam bad a realizing sense yesterday u the retrohpec ti e condition o the bull tli.it protested against the passage ot the wcnluc Buffalo cJcpre&y, The Speaker took the Democrats aud l'opulibtb by ti.o U toat and in thatcheerrul btyle acknowl edged the courtesies of borne or the rormer for their ictciit assistance m "adjourning the House from time to time according to t,ne Keed-DIngley piogiam. This v.as all demonstrated when Mr. Uuiid ene'euv oied again ycstei day morning to set his Pacific lailioad resolution be Icn the House on the plea,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THE tfCOY LYNCHING CASE Juiy Finds He Was Strangled l)y Persons Unknown. POLICE DEFENDED TIIE LAW Mob Too Formidable to Successfully Uesist Autopsy Showed Xefjn.M "Neclc .Not Hrofccu He "Was ChuUitil to Death Sir. Laeoy Threatened. UJs House Guarded. Alexander, Va.t April 2a. -The Jury in the coroner's inquest, hold here last night over the body of Joseph H. McCoy, the negro who "was lynched here yesterday artcr confessing an assault upon ihe three little daughters of It. A. Lacey, found that the deceased had come to Ids death by strangulation at the hands of a per son qr persons unknown.. The verdict further stated that from the evidence brought before them the jury were con vinced that tlie police in charge or the prison had done all that was possible to keep him out of tlie hands of the mob. The inquest was held in the undertaking establishment of J. Demalne & Sons, on King street, neai Alfred, Coroner Purvis presiding. Common wealth's Attorney Leonard Mar Imry -was present, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THJB MORNING TIMES, SrtJK PAY, APRIL 23, .1897. GftmeiJ (MOKKntC, EVEXDfG AND SUICDAT) By THE WASHINGTON. TIMES Co., HUTCHIKS BUILDING. KoRTHEASt CoiiNnii Tk:cth axd D Sts. Telephones Editorial Room. i$1. Buslnojs Office, 1610. KKW YORK OFFICE. i00D TItACT IJUILDING. Price Morning or Evculug-Edltlon, One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents Monthly, by Carrier .Morning and Sunday Thirty-flvo cents Evening Thirty cents Morning ) Evening and ....... Sunday....... ) Morninc IFTY lEIfTS BV WAIL POSTAGE PREPAID. Morning, Evening and Sunday. .....IOs Morning and Sunday ....35c Evening and Sunday. 33c WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 24. Constjuitine'ts Trap Springs. If we inay entirely credit yesterday veniugs dispatches from the Greek front, tlio trap laid by Prince Constantine for Edhem Pasha has done its work, and the latter has been compelled to rttreat from the attack upon Tyrnavo and take refuge in Milouna Pass, where his Hue, supported by the position of Nezeros a little to the east, which h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THE MOBN1NG TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1897. WM939S9&QSS3G5SSSSSSGSBi 8 Lansburgh & Bro. a Two Good Values Ladies' Maslin Underwear, This fine Muslin Gown, made Empire style, with band of Hamburg- inserting across front, deep collar and full sleeves edged with ruffle of lace. Special Price, T3C- THIS DRAWER 3oc. This Circular Umbrella Drawer is made of good muslin, with deep lace ruf fle. Special price, 39c. It -will be worth -while paying a visit to our Muslin TJnderwonr Department to Inspect our new arrivals in Ladies French Flan nel and Figured Dimity Dressing- Sacques. I aWIW, S CT-0 in v a 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. g 55SS3S9 SSSQ&SSS 55S5S3! 3 19 (9 s 69 s 8 8 49 1 8 S 69 i S Your Bicycle Is Ready, On Credit! "We have been fortunate enough to K"curc a standard make of Ladies' 11ml Mcn'b Bicycles one of tlic fore most $100 machines winch weshall sell'-at SfcO and the $75 grade at Gd We aiu enabled to lower the pi ices because then wheels -will b sold umlorour OWN n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THE 31 PENIS Gr TIMES, SATURDAY, ArEIXi 24, 1897. 6 FOIL CLAIMED B! Si Bo!) Leech Beat the 0lds-0n Favorite Mahoncy. HEART DISEASE FINISHES "Waltzer, Harrington, Ma Tetlte and JJri-ic Won Favorites Got the Worst o It SI ins and Bogrgvtt Ju a Fighting: Finish Heavy Hot ting at Short Prices. Times Tips. First race Hi Daddy, to win; Mahoney, second. Se.-ond ince Torstenson, to win; Mr. Storfel, second. Third race Billali, to win; Miss Lillian, teccnii. Fourth race Buddha, to win; DeerMayer, bccond. Firth race Tautris.towin; Brentouwood, b(-cond. Sixth race Thackeray, to win; Decapod, bC. onil. The smallest attendance or the meet ing saw the best racing of tlie week yes te'day Four of the five laces weie in dobut as to tlicir winners half way down tlie stretch, and in the second the fin ish between Doggett on Dob Leech and Sims on Mahoney was liair raising. For the last sixteenth ttiey -wens ntck and neck, tlie jockejs riding lite Bends- Har rington, Lambent and Slow Poke fin ished head...

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