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

. n 'fi,-.',-3. c - 'kj??Tl v .ijs? ": 2 isTKf j -v'-ax1., ---S"??i e- Jb&f 555,, sv5. J THE MORprO TiMjES..! SXJjETPAY, MAY Sf 1897. T For Housekeepers with Sharp -. xmjm J'uiui' wipj- WHMfcJftM Eyes. Refrigerators. THE Palais Royal lias been awarded the sole Washington agency for the "Jen clt" Refrigerators the acknowl edged best iu the world. Ourinuslrated .t ..Ya...... nntl tT3rn llcf fllTMlf KllOfl tlTl fill plication, will demonstrate Urn superiority are lesb tltaa prevailing for tiie inferior. Holiday's Special. tomorrow for Uie S7.U0 Jewert 'I Refrigerators just to tempt 3011 1 here- for the "Nursery" Refrigerators combining refrigerator and water cooler Ion know the prevailing price of tlieXirrserviefrigeraXors for the usual 98a "Water Coolers, six-quart size, Japanned and or namented As omununtalab use ful for this Tea Set f GO pieces Less than -i cents apiece for an . .h-w.. w.w.., -IO in X1UCU1 ' c ,V". tuuijce. ljiisib Dsitrnc or the bargain spots youTl find on tula...

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

srurri -?"" l itt:s - -r?ti3X 'V S .-a.?- .pteJ-9'" w- 5 s . .t- . .-. SL - &j-i V 'ie - -.- THE HOBNllSfGh T1M1CS; SyDAYy&IAy 2, 3897. 8 Tir . &- - - Lansburgh & Bro. J YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT . A NEW WRAPPER. Something comforta- , ble for warm weather. . We have it Tomorrow 'we will sell a wrapper . for $1.48, which is worth every cent of two dollars. THIS GIVES YOU A PAINT IDEA. This beautiful Wrap per, made of fine qual ity lawn, In exquisite Persian designs, with fitted waist lining, princess back, full front, with wide girdle, a large pointed collar; something new and very stylish, and dainti ly trimmad with Valen ciennes lace; the latest sleeve, extra wide skirt, fifty-nine inches long, with deep hem; all sizes. Special Price, $1.48. A 5KIRT FOR 98c. This excellent under skirt, made of fine black French satine, full um brella style, with double flounce, finished with a neat, shirring and fine cording, on a French yoke, with draw string. The fit and finish guar ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

3 THE MOBKllirGhaiKflJS, SUN DAT MAY 3, 189T. Goldenterg's Store News. Gold&fefg's S lore News, Goidenberg's Store News. Goldenfcerg's Store New; Goldenberg's Store News. Goldenberg's Store News. Goldenberg's Store News. .MMMMaMMM.MMMMMMMMMMMaMMWMMiMWMMMP"WMBBW"ffMMTw'WM"M''w",w'w,TIMFMg T l - . . . - - RllTlRrlilir"''fc-t'''lt'l'' Mayiiii.maiiiiitniiaijiiri.ei-mitt.feiiiiiii.ai'i.-if i t - ...... n " n 11 J tyP?f? . Black dress stuffs. 3S-lncli fine black Englhih mohair to go at iie riulculous price of 21c yard. 46-inch all-wool Victoria serge, such as you have a! way counted very cheap at 39a "will go Cor 29c yard. 4G-lnch black silk-finish German Impoiteo Henrietta which have al ways soldf or G5c will go for 49c yard. 50-lnch very fine quality imported black English bidllan the regular 5c stuffs to go during thLssaleat 62c yard. Silks slaughtered. Figured glace changeable silks, in all uesirabie colors loYdy scroll patterns such as you veseen selling for 38c. go for 25c yard....

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

H THE MOBNINa TIMES, gUffPAY, MAY 2, 1897. 10 ALL THE CITY IN WONDER Over the Surprising Work of Munyon's Great Static Machine and Life Chamber ELECTRICITY In Combination with Mun- yon's Remedies Driving Bis?as2 Before It. CURES ARE MADE That nt First "Would Seem to Bo Ueyond tlio IleaeU of lluuiun Effort. HUNDREDS Not Only from Washington, hut from the Suburbs and All Over the "District" HAVE TRIED The Nov Combination Treatments and Express the Slost Pro found Satisfaction with THE RESULTS Men with Brain Fag, from Worry, Exctsses, or Overwork and Wo men About Broken Down -with Functional, Congenital, or Nervous Troubles Thohe Suffering from General Debility or Insomnia Find Prompt Helief und Permanent Cure Jn This New System. rrof Munyon 1b spreading new light and new hope among the people of this citv the entire country, for that matter and restoring health to thohe who have believed that it was lost forever, through the operation of his wonderful static elec tric machine and life...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

-Tk-J- -"Zlf-Jl iit&a&mgR3sl 5. feirpFPwTrrr - .r THE MOBJXKa TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1897. 11 V HELP WAKTED-MAIX. WANTED 2 white barbers: good wages; $8 a week. No. 310 renn. ave. nw. ray2-3t WANTED Two painters; Si .50 n Cay; call ready for work Monday morning. 7:15 a. tn-. at "The Willows." on Tealeytown Rall- road.W. n- J- UROWN. lt WANTED 2 good paperhangers at once. F. Q NO LTE , 810 9 th my2-3t "WANTED 2 energetic gentlemen ot pood address: position permanent it fcatis- n,.n- Aimiv 25 Warder Bldsr.. bet. 9 and 10 a. in , Monday. It "WANTED a young man to take caro or small set ot books; one with typewriter preferred; wages 55 per week a ml board; must have ret. Address BOOKKEEPER, this office. It SALESMEN SchODlsuppl!e3; country work; $100 salnrv monthly; with liberal addi tional commissions. R. O. EVANS & CO., Chicago. "J"2"16 WANTED -25 tall men at 1 o'clock Sunday. APPlVKtagadoor.LAFAYETTEHQiJAUt- THEATER. ltem "WANTED A good hubtler to bollcit or ders r rum the ...

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

WW??& t- rr' -, ae.-ssrarsr - ,-K . -5 """- THE MORNHST& TIM SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1897. 12. " - rtr ssK; GOOD CLOTHES For buys cost no more tlinn poor ones, but tliere nro no poor ones IIEKE. "We lmvo no rooom for any Kiirim'iits Unit nro not of strictly relinnlo qnnllty of material and trimniliu-H. - L Siu'clul for today, broken lots of Children $3.'50, $3, and $2.50 Suits, $1.95 And broken lots -of $5, $4.50 and $2.95 . , '" " T$oys' Slioesjiaod, honebt leather bonestly put together at $1.25, $1.50 and 2.00. Horn' Hats and Caps all the proper styles In reliable grades at less tban uMial prices. Hoys' furnisbliiKs of all kinds. Only complete stock in town. Robinson & Chery Co., I2ih and F Streets N. W. She City Brevities. Trof. Henry W. Vnughan, of New York, who spent the early part of last winter in this city, has just returned from a thiee months' cruise In Florida waters, and has resumed his lilerarylabors here. Mr P V. Da Graw, for so long the mali nger of the United rres...

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

&&i?s 9Sfcr-?w?-va && i5fjis-s.yci. t&&S3f&&&-' ftfSSS-p "sr'gs?ffiS?'e3KS .rt flJf& . Vi.sitv' S5: r$r" ' -,- Zff '-'-CTC -l-J i 4- ftr ? - m- fKmtu WASHTSTGrTOitf, SUNDAY ORNINe, MAY 2, 1897. Qbe I;". paiBir i I gages "Q! to (D f4v A SIX DAYS' MAY SHOE FEAST Begins at 8 tomorrow it will probably be one of the most attractive Shoe events Washington has ever known. We shall place on sale tomorrow the latest and most approved styles of summer footwear, many for less than similar kinds can be bought for today by dealers. This is the result of ordering in large quantities during the dull months of last winter. Besides we shall include several lines of seasonable Shoes, of which we have too many these to be sold at a reduction from our always lowest prices, as we are badly in need of the room. Ladies Department. Kid-lined Serge and soft Kid and Cordovan House a Uppers SPECIAL 'J HIS "WEEK... liongoia Button and Lace Boots, Oi durable Kid, good sol...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

lyziT Jasj - 3 ; ryx"-f-fixf.-: j' 14 THE 3IOBN1NG TIMES, SUNDAX, MAY 2, 1897. & RX3(3Sa0S(iS333(B(90iX!XiX93OGX3S(DSG)S)Sg I T.? WBii I FasfiiQi Ci geGxsasssssxBSoaeseosoes By t he time the season lias rolled arouad to May the spring costume lias become an old btory and everybody is talking about summer dollies. Tlie dressmakcis shops aie full of organdies and other flimsy materials conducive-to the Joys of July. Grass linen and linon batiste have as sumed their old place in our hearts, and arc being made up with laces und cm broideries like other thin materials. It is like getting .v glimpse of summer to von into nip'-hy-ehow' room or one "ofTYhc large store windows. One can easily imagine tljc scene as it will be one or two months hence ane many flounces will be ilutteiing in mountain and sea "bi cozes, and parasols and fans will once more take their lightful places in the hand of the coquette. The time is flying very fast, and those who have not attended to the question cf a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

t- t. " S. "T XJt- .- THE JMOHiniSrG- TUVfSlSUDAY, MAY 2, 1897. 15 fSST- eh ' A SUs&Uil AAX pSnDERTOn TART I. Jacques de Seircloit was Bleeping -when lie Jailer opened tlie tloor of his cell; but lie awoke while the keys still rattled ia the lock, and Kit up in his bed half blinded by the sunlight which btrcamed through the high window of his prison. It was a morning of earlj June, liesh with sweet Jji eezes of the summer and the odor of roses In the alii but the captive, who had lied a day of the long ago in his dreams, re garded neither the hour noi the frebh ness of it. livery morning for lifteen years he had ariben fiom such dreams of the old time to loiget them quickly in the terrible icalitle&of his doom. The gentle smile upon his face, born of the visions of the night, passed at once in the first moments of the day. Sleep had ea tried him to the fair fields of Brittany, to the pastures of his home stead, to the ingle wherein his wife, and the daughter he had loved mor...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

W'm''?'' wsr'S-yj'5?7:25?r'r g &xz 16 THE MORNESTG TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 2, 1897 IjSsP Lafayette "Faust " Columbia Bronislaw Hubcnnan at 4:iG and G. A c Minstiels ai 8 on Monday; Calve, at 2 15 on "Wednesday. Grand "Fablo Romaui." Bijou The Cherry Sister and Dan Mc Carthy in "Dear Irish Home." Keninn's "The "White Crook." These nro Hie transition days The thea ters are drawing themselves out of their winter skins by degrees and donning the blight plumage of spring time and comiug summer. .Already tlie Lafayette is a fort night old in the solution of the summer question And they find the answer is pleasant to read Opera on the square bus been a success for two weeks. But there is no moral certainty that the breees that fail sort and low will always be so Every lKidy liopes so, and the prognostlcators think so: but there is a feature of blissful uncertainty aliout what the glowing bum mer sun may do to the fine line of com petition which this summer presents. The National this wck is...

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

-$uwew-"sei. --rtPrf--"-,, ?ag"- pp&- pV$9pW:Pf'WH!'i ft ds!jg5 3FSSrRSgi3OT,IIBfl "- HUE MORNING T1A1XJS, SUNDAY, MAT 2, 1897? rf I! M - 4 mbrawii YriPiOiavnn IN Organizations of nil kinds, whether so cial or literarv, religious or political, always lHiiut with prfde to those of their associates "who have rlsca to positions of prominence iu tucir own ranks, or otherwise gained dis tinction among: their fellow men. This is es.pcciallj true of the member of organiza tions formed among the laboring classes, no matter to which of the two great labor bodies thc may belong From the rauks of the workmen of the country h ave risen Congressmen , Statebcim tors, and legislators and ward bosses galore, and of these the laboring men in very many instance, have just causs to lie proud But while many of the labor or ganizations or the country have reason to be proud of the prominence attained by their members, the diitinctiou of having a President ot the United States enrolled as a memboi bf...

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

twwwws 4. '-' f IS THE MORJSTGTOfES; SUNDAY, MAX 1897. WWff STORIES OF THE NT What Can Be Done With an Old Flint-Lock Musket. TALE OF THE OVERLAND ROUTE Tenderfoot Juke and tho Afn?lies. Judge Hoke, of Sundj Bend Does Gambling Pay? M. Quito's Wit and Iluiuor Canlunlierous Jim. Gdd'GIenniiij;s From Everywhere. When eu route to California In 1850, our arty encamped one evening near the then small town of Kansas City, Mo. Early next morning, as we were prepar ing to rcMime our Journey, a big, awk ward looking fellow, apparently about twenty years of age, btrolled Up to the wagons, and coolly proposed to join us. "Why, young man, we're not m ar ticular need of a tenderfoot Just now," Bald our captain, Jim Saunders. "Besides, we can'tafford to take a deadhead along This outfit and four mouths supply of grub cost a pile of money, and, Judging fioin yoi'r size, you've likely got an able bodied appetite. What's your name and where do you come from, anyhow?" The stranger raised a pair of hon...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

' r- w?-15 -yf- 5.-7-"-v-w;: KW3ejrf&", vf-sa ?wy.- sn " i-3s? " THE MOBHTfC TIMESi StTHDAY, MAY 2, 1897 19 Aaron in the By JOEL CUAXULKK HARRIS. XITL THE APPARITION THE FOX. HUNTERS SAW. As the fall came on the young men and some or the older onea, tea. began to indulge- In the sport cut fox hunting. They uaeil -co guns, but pursued Reynard with horse and hound in the English fashion The foxes in that region were mostly gray, but the red ones had begun to come in, and na they came the grays began to pack up their belongings as the saying- island seek homes elsewhere. The Turner old fields, not far from the Abercrombie place, and Btlll closer to the Swamp, were famous for their foxes first for the grays and afterward for the reds. There seemed to be some attraction for them in the old fields. The scrub pines, growing thickly together, and not higher than a man's waist, and the brier patches scattered about, afforded a fine covert for Mr. Fox, gray or red, being shady and cool in...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 May 1897

psM".-: ''f: '&?" 3g-' J- ?iS". 30 THE lUOKNXNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1897. TfSSf7 The author of "Revolutionary Tendencies 4f the Age," who Miall be unnamed, becuu.se lie writes anonymously, presents a logical communistic dissertation oa the source of effort, the division of result, and the effect of the inequality thcieof. Discon tent is inevitably the puiely human emo tion resulting from inequality. "Why sho.ild those -who spin silks tit in tatters, those who hew and draw thestone whereof castles are built, live in huts, -while those -wear the silk spin not, and those who live In the castles Lew not? The latter aie thousands, the former millions. It is a strange spectacle this cf tl.e ii.cie nimiei ous and powerful portion of society sub nittlng to conditions detiimental to them selves anil beneficial to the smaller and weaker portion. But not in labor alone Is power, or in multitude thereof, or in juion. The social and economical lu tquallty could never have prevailed had no...

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

PBT .-? v 3S.-? ' "" i. 'P--'$ 5"" -- f $? -THC-- $SSS-" s.--vKvvr-;stfcf'2r' 5t,'Tw-.f- -sp---?- - -'. - 4-rr -1- .-sfcfs--' THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDAY TIME3 WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tttte. For the District of Columbia and.Mary lnnd, unsettled weather, but probably fair; cool northwesterly winds. ffti ifliirii 1U WJitMUt 3fclUI I ft NO. 1,140. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MOKNTNG, MAY 3, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. IE tiic mmmmmimmimmm tuuiuil w llHluJuUflJPsiJII .PriSSM aauiJ"'f"",'iiiiii7sa C0PIE3. THE TURKS HOLDING OFF Anticipated Attack on Pharsala Has Not Taken Place. GREEK LOSSES AT YELESTIXO General Smolensk! the Hero of the Hour Reports of Atrocities Com mitted by Albanians Hnlli Says Tli at iu thePresent Crisis Ho "Will Ignore Political Questions. London, May 2. A dispatch to the Stand ard from Athens filed this evening, states that the general expectation that a decisive battle -would be fought today at Fhar bala created Intense anxiety Groups of people gathered in the streets...

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

"f!g$S?'TFit!frZ?"- THE MOTtXrETG TIMES MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897 - fyse2't?&z -ay- DISCUSSION li SOT Tariff Bill Will Probably Bo Re ported Thursday THE WEST IS SATISFIED The Beet Sugar 31e Still Ir.K'.wt Upon u IHhcr Unto of Duty oti iiw Sugars Democrats Aro I're pariny: Themselves for the Dounte. It Will Begin May 17. t The tariff bill will not lie reported to the full commlltee'tomorrow. Senator Piatt, of Connecticut," a member of the subcom mittee, will not reach- -Washington until late .tomorrow allemoon, so that what ever conclusion Ihcsubcommittce may l.ave reached, it was set aside owing to this un expected absence or one of their numuer. A member or the subcommittee said last evening that it was quite probable that an agreement would be readied with the Democrats at the special meeting of the Finance Committee today, whereby the Democrats would consider the bill for two days and then permit it to be reported to the Senate If this plan is agreed to the bill will be laid befor...

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

&-"- &Su Tf 5-- "itJ-Cyvr" THE WOBW3NG TIMES, MOAY, MAY 3, 1S97. 3 FRAUDULENT CABLE ifflS How the Chicago Associated Press Concocts War Dispatches. BIG BATTLES VIA GRAPEVINE Tlie New York Padding Cell "Where "Falte" "VVnr News Ih Kvolved to Fill Space Newnpnper 1'ropr.e toiK and u Confiding Public Foully Deceived How It Is Done. New York, May 2. The Sun today prints Hie following: An editor and publisher in a small city In Oliio was surprised one morning loiinu In his newspaper an unusual number of di.s palclies under foreign date lines. When he asked his cable editor how such an uu piecedented amount of European iw.vu had been obtained, he received tne laconic nn bvr. "By grapevine, blr." It it- rumored that a grapevine grows tu JJey blreet near Broadway. It is reported thatlt climbs thu wallof theWestcr.iUnijn building to the filth story. It Is .lndetiitood that it omen- the windows of the Chicago Associated l'rjss. Itis suidthat it spread with luxuiiaut fullness over the ...

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

. . -?f" - -e-.-a- &?& :'-"9K5?3?"'"el -iwJ!SR5B' -T6t,,il:"' ?s? ' THE MOEKiy& TJMES, MONDAT,.MAT 3, J89T. "I?.?-. --i ' t- ' ffitmetf (MORirnrG, evsitcjsg and stjitday.) THE WASHIRGTOK TIMES COMPANY, STILSOH RUTCHIHS, President. HOTCHINS BUILDING. JTew York Office: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. "MOXTniA'. BY CAnniEn: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Moruingand Sunday Thirty-fivo Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-fivo Conts BYMAIL. One Year, Mornlnjr.Evenlog and Sunday, 0.00 Three Months " " " " 1.S0 One Year. loniing-and Sunday... 4.00 Three Months " " " 1.23 One Year, livening: and Sunday... J.OO Three M onih " . ..'. 1.25 Sunday only, one year...... 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied bysub ccriptiou price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, JS(i; Busi ness Onicc IG1. Circulation Statement. I The circulation of Tiik Times for the iveek ended Saturday, May 1, 1807, vias as follows: Sunday, April 25 31,247 Monday. April 2G 37.0SG Tnesd ay, April 27 37,1...

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

vs'25 THE MOBNTN& TIMES;! MONDAY, MAT 3, 3897. Lanoburgh & Bro. HILES OF BEAUTIFUL RIBBON FROM AUCTION. Hero are Ribbons for you all colors, all shades. But the prices. You never saw ribbon sold bo cheap before. ONE LOT of 3-inch, all silk, Fancy Taffeta Ribbon, all colors. Generally sold for 25c 10c 19c. for 5-inch all Fancy Taffeta Ribbon; all colora Worth 35c. 20c. INSTEAD OF 35c for your choice of one lot of all-silkblack and white striped Ribbon. Worth 35c. per yard. 25c. INSTEAD OF 35c. for your choice of 100 pieces of all-silk fancy Ribbon, so much used now, Including such shades as Robin Blue and Cerise. The very shades now used for hat trim- ming, and a great many other Ribbons at equally low prices, 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. CSSSGSS5 OSSSSS G555S3W 2 a 8 8 I IT And These Prices, Make 8 s The Buying 8 Easy! ladles' ana men's 'l7 Moaels or High-grade 5.100 bicycles; fully guaranteed yours on easy weekly or monthly payments ror -.... s Holld Oak .Exten sion Tables t...

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

' fF-'Fr l!f VW" .,-,- jjga$wa?jf'iwB?Rt9? ffprr iiimr:'':''3!!,f'" " y'y gyffJ!seBgwa ;?i6!tfg6g'3'aigyi 'jn.-r-ppy- THE HOBHISa TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 3, 189T. $8 to $12 Suits, $7.25. $12.50 to $15 Suits, $9.25. You really oughtn't put off coining- a single May if you want any kind of choice from this Special Suit Sale of ours. Newest spring style fan cj' Cheviots, Tweeds, Mix tures, and Black and Blue Cheviots. Those that sell for SS, $10 and $12 are now $7.25. Those that sell for $12 50, $13.50 and $15 are now $9.25. Clothiers, 31 5 7th St. 933 Perm. Ave. OUR EGG TGE UiillL Every day brings i cw w arors every new wearer an enthusiastic imlorser of Its mer its. Egg Toa Summer Russets, in tlio meet fashionable sluules. $3, S4, S5. "ERIE BICYCLES... liftvo mado a so; In niAt tlio niilrit. Wo are soiling high-grado wheels in advance of the times, SG5. GEO L. HALEY, C03 E St. N. W THE MORRIS PARK MEETING Horses Which Will Probably Run in the Metropolitan. Hnnil.siu-lng Not lu the Best of...

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