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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 July 1894

TTT' TJifSk W I rv T -S.S."S3iS?"-& I? fSF.rtrP v-v , v "t. -t T ' i r - Trays'. 1 ' A THE WASHINGTON, TIMEg, PBIDAY, JULY 13. 1894. WE CAN'T Furnish you an iceberg or a cold wave, but we can help to make this warm weather more bearable b' supplying you with the COOLEST and most comfortable cloth ing made. Alpaca and Mo hair Coats, and Coats and Vests at $2.50, $3, $4 and $5 that are well made, will fit perfectly, and are as dressy as they are com fortable. Other thin Coats in Pongee, Silk, etc., Sicilian Cloth, Linen and Serge. Blue Serge Coats, White Duck Trousers. White and Fancy Flannel and Serge Suits, NEGLI GEE SHIRTS, Gauze Un derwear; in fact, EVERY THING needed in thin Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys. The best qualities only, but very moderate prices. Robinson, Cherub Go., Twelfth and F Streets N.W. Closing Out Those Handy VEGETABLE COOKERS. We are closing oat the balance of those handy vegetable cookers . cook too or three vegetables orer ons blaze, a $1.25 C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 July 1894

.i .. vwfv. 5rt-j?Rr -- W - -, THE WASHINGTON TIMES V TOL.l. NO. 119. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 14. 1894. ONE CENT. GENERAL STRIKE REFUSED Federation of Labor Deems It Unwise and Inexpedient. PRESENT SITUATION TOO GRAVE Struggle of the A. B. V. A Vigorous Protest Against tie Growing Forces of Plutocratic Power At the Ballot-hox: the Country Mut Be Redeemed from Hitery. Chicago, Jnly 13. The following address to the public was issued to-night by tho Fed eration of Labor conference; "The great industrial upheaval now agitat ing the country has been carefully, calmly and fully considered in a conference of the executive council of tho American I oderatlon of Labor and the executive officers and repre sentatives of the national and international unious and brotherhoods ot railway men, called to meet in the city of Chicago on the 12th day of July, 1891. In the light of all tho evidence obtainable, and in viow of the pe culiar complications now enveloping the sit uation, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 July 1894

- -v wfi 'd,'''As?B5:-s s vrf f vtfir """-v &3S v i-", ' S"'' v, Swrffc '- -v- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1894. The Washington Times (EVEKY DlT lNTHE YjUllS OWN-l AXD ISSUED B The asliington Times Company TIMES 1IU1LMXQ, COrSER ELEVENTH XD B STREETS NORTUWFST. Bcsdess Office, 431 Ei Evrvru Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Itoon 337-3. Business Office, SiT-i Frlce, Pally Kdltion OneCenL Sunday Kdltion ......three Cents. lly the month.... Thirty-five CnH. WASHINGTON. D. C, JULY H. 189L The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CinCCLATIOV: Sunday, June 17 20,000 .Monday, June 18 20,010 Tucsday.Juno 19 20,341 TVednesday.Jnne 20 - 19,139 T)jursday,Juue 21..... 19,071 rriday. June 22 1 19.928 Saturday, Juno 23 - 19.188 Total for first week...' 138,910 Sunday, June 21 20,74.1 Monday, June 25 20,035 Tuesday, June 26 19,831 Wednesday, June 27..... 20,057 Thursday, June 28 20.000 Mday. June 29 - 20,022 Saturday. June 30 19,995 Total for second week 11 0.08 J fob ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 July 1894

r7? "'"- ---? y "--?-.' "V. --.- .--tf'v5jr---"?g, -Ji3fl -Vt THE WASHryGTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 14. 18S4. ,. Summer Oxfords At About Half What It Cost to Make Them. One lot Ladles' $2.00 Russia Calf Ox fords, at t9 cents per pair. One lot Ladies (2 50 Dongola Oxfords, at 53 cents per pair. One lot Men's $4.00 Russia Call Ox fords, at 91.GS per pair. These are goods which hare been count ermanded by western dealers on ac count of recent strike. We bought them at about 40 percent, on manufacturers1 cost to produce them, and are giving you the benefit of our lucky purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. RECORD OF THE COURTS. EortTT COURT. No. 1. Chief Justice Blncham Young ys Kelly; order confirming report of auditor, Pollard vs. Breed: orderlimitlng timo for taking testimony. Curtlss vs Miller; Curtlss tb. Farnhain; order nisi In each case. Walsh vs. Most; order ratifying sale. Korlson ts. Hert ford otaL; decree reforming deed of trust and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 July 1894

15. T W.'SS'UVv'WIli ww wjiajg-f . "-wjj KKRVir, - - SV?2:1mZ&ZR ' rw-j. .iw &- jp I THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAT, JULY 14. 1894. '-m:im if' You are .going to talce tlie boys out of town for an out ing and they need new clothes of any sort, you are sure to find just what 'ou want HERE, for we always, both in and out of season, have variety enough to give the most fastidious a satis factory choice. Suits for dress wear, suits for play purposes, flannel, serge and washable sailor suits. Odd trousers in flan nel, serge, linen, duck and cassimerc. SHIRT WAISTS in percale, linen, flannel, cheviot and outing cloth. Thin coats, neglige shirts, summer underwear in fact, everything that's proper and fashionable in seasonable clothes and fur nishings for Boys of all ages. None but reliable qualities, but those at the lowest possible prices. Robinson, Chery $ Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N.W. It Would Be Argument for A Week to try and convince some people to take a different view of af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

-X - - V-'-"Kl-S3!3tA-i3BSBg!j CtiflEslSEHrarcsaseeESK-Fl ' " WASHINGTON5 TIMES THE i. , VOL.1. NO. 120. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 15, 1894. THHEE CENTS. END IS NOT YET IN SIGHT California Still a Center of Strike Disturbances. TRAINS GUARDED BY MILITARY Fireman of an Outgoing Engine Badly Beaten by a Mob Harry Knox, Leader of the Sacramento Strikers, Arretted Con nection with the Trestle Wreck. San Feascisco, July 14. Tho hopes ot the Southern Pacific are rising to-night. Aided by the s'rong arm ot the Federal government they are gradually getting the mastery of the A. 15. XJ. The strikers, however, are not giv inc up without desperato struggle, and the end is not yet in sight. Through passenger trains have Iwn running throughout North ern California .to-day, but it cannot truly be said that the blockade will bo broken. Tho trains that are running have been moved under cover of tho military, and every train that has procooded any consider able distance has been under a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

vs - ojmjss' - " rrrixiTir'J Tmrosi Jflrfl 151! l-r- , -- THEY AGREE TO DISAGREE Senator Dricc Predicts a Report From the ConFerecs on Wednesday. SUGAR A STUMBLING SLOCK Changes that Are Believed to Have Been De cided Upon Tentatively Louisiana Con gressmen and Senators Firm Senate Con ferees Urging Necessity of Concessions. Senator Brica was laoonio last nlgufwhen asked lor information as to when the tarifl conferees would report. "The report," ho said, "will ho made to the two houses on Wednesday of next week. The conferees will report a disagreement und both houses Will Instruct lor nnothor conference." When asked if he did not think there would he a partial agreement, he replied tint he did not, as no inclination hid been manifested to make r. divided report. Other Sonators nlo predii t that a report will bo made during the week, but the are not so positive as to the day, and some of the members of tho commit tee in their conversation with newspaper rep resentative, whatover the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

r ,-; JSTv? 5ITFAS1 IGT0WT1 fjLWiJUlrYfil5i89ii7 P"-rrrr''. - --J ? 1. 9 jtil k f COFFEE IN HIS WHISKEY Blackburn's Owner Denies the Dope Had Been Ghen the Horse. THE JUDGES PROMPTLY ACTED. , Butler Notified No More Entries Would Be Received from His Stable Because of Fill ing Blackburn with the Tabooed Dope Agitation and Traitor Disappointments. Owing to the pronounced plunge made on Blackburn to win the third race at the Island track yesterday Presiding Judge Oyster be came suspicious and instituted inquiries which satisfied him the horse had been given the tabooed dope. Accordingly when Jockey Dorsey appeared with Blackburn on the tract he was ordered to return to the paddock and Owner J. Butler notified that no more entries would be received from him, and to take his horses aw ay from tho track. All betting was declared oil and time, given for new booking. It was patent to everyone, that Blackburn was a different horse than his last time out. He was full of ginger, and no doubt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

.. ' t i'n- -ft- v:f ".---rB-iE-rut -n-w-.-- -' jt'" ' -"""ir.'" --,. .-, -it -vv-c-i.-. i m u - ,. 1 .w -. ., .. . -c-" 11- . - f . m -?v-','-wfM"n-Tte-wM.iuina.- - ib.Miwii J Tj itij-ie, j-e-"V-f.LnV"T.i:;.e; - t''JV3r ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY JTJLY 1 fS-pHs5 The Washington Times (EVJIIT DlT IN THE YEllO OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Cosxn EixrxNTn and E Struts Nortowesx Bbbjxiss Omcc, 43J Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Once, SS7-1 Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month ThirtT-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. c, JULY 15. 1831. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CIECCLATIOS: Sunday. Juno 17 20,000 Monday. Jano 18 20,040 Tuesday.June 10 50,341 Weduesday.Juno 20 - 10,430 Thursday.Juno 21 - 10,074 Friday, Juno 22 10,028 SatUTday.June 23 10.488 Total for first week 13C01O Sunday, Juno 24 20,743 Monday, Juno 25 20,035 Tuesday. Juno 20 10,831 Wednesday, Juno 27 20.057 Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

RtiiW';' 'gggasggE rr-- wsv. "jT1, ?3, pt v ny-i " v,j- r&j'Juw.,riK ii ft c 'Stir? - Tjff'-- - -A"-: , - ,--T THE TTASHmGLTOy TDIES. SUNDAY $JZ X IgQ' Chats for Children; Fact and Fiction Each boy and girl lias a star hanging over him or her la the heavens Now, boys and girls. If you will send mo each the name ot your particular star, I will tell you all about It, and have n talk with you about it and tell your fortune at the same time. Come, what do you do with your time? Do you romp and play baseball, or are you study ing hard or your examinations, looking for ward to going to tne country or going to have a good time at home? Do you get up before 6 in tho morning to row a boat, or do ' you pore over fairy tales and pioneer stories all day? The best life for you is the healthl ejt one that is, out-of-door life. riay as muoh as you can, race through the woods, play baseball, cricket, lacrosse, any game jou can find cut about or Intent. Girls, do the ame thing. Play with the boy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

-sj s??r V , 'fc" J' ir' --irfTVi JS" If t THE WASI&tfGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JU 15. 1894. 6 -n ir i n atfcaJL. "IJViWj.. ,, J - !' -& -r-XJh- IS SWEET AS A JUNE ROSE The Summer Girl in Gorgeous Rai ment Abroad in the Land. DASHING, DARING, FULL OP LIFE How She Begins Her Campaign and the Way She Conquors Men of Strong Nerves Walks and Talks With the Fin De Siecle Creation of Our Country. New Touk, July 14. She Is with us again, with her sweet smile and her enigmatic cjes and her train of young suitors. The shops are full of her, the avenues resound with the smart tap of her russet leather shoes, and al ready organdie gowns with bewitching bows and sailor hats, trimmed w ith poppies, near in shady nooks near babbling brooks, tell of the proximity of the summer girl, bho Is more, varied and picturesque thin cvor, more mas culine, but still as buggablo as ever. She still has a sweet mouth, with fresh red lips. "like twin cherries," her hair has tho same trick of tangling sunbeams ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

.-wa-V j- -'f' zr'4Szgtg? tisf-j" r5"-;-"js-vv THE "WAS! fGTON TIMES, STTNDAT., eTtfLY 15. 1894. V Ifs- A WEEK IN LABOR CIRCLES The Federation's Meeting Was the Frincipal Feature. RESOLUTIONS OX THE STRIKE Ihi Context Shows Sympathy with the Pur pone Behind the A. B. TJ. Secretary Hayes, of the Knights, Was Present and Presented the Position of the Leaders. meetings for this week. SCSIUT, JULY 15 Columbia Typographical Union Typographi caI Temple. L. A. 4A K. of L., muiclant Elks Hall, Ninth and Pennsylvania avenue. Bakers' Assembly Plasterers' HalL itoNDiv E EM:,a. Carpenters' Assembly Typographical Tem ple. Plasterers' Assembly Plasterers' naU. Amalgamated Order ot Carpenters Hed Men's nU. C street northwest Brotherhood ot Carpenters, No. 190 453 Twelfth street northwest. Tailors' Union, So. 1-S Red Men's HalL TUFSDAY EENINQ. Pederation of Labor riasterers' nail, Tour-and-a-balf street and Pennsylvania avenue Building Trades Council Typographical Tem pi.. HEPNESDAY EVENING. Columb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 July 1894

" -ip, " , fg.r --- '. --.-, i)r,';f!:l ,1'"l. yjf?fTT ?G,-J-" ao-' v- "V THE WASHTBrGTOTT TTME8, gTrNTJAY. JlQ 8 i89 8 i ft&r-i t nB5t us.3 jS,5P"Jjs - 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 T THERE Have been more white and fancy flannel and serge suits sold this season than in any two previous seasons. m EVERYBODY wears them, for business as well as outing- wear. Don't you want to be in fashion and look and feel as cool as your neighbor? If so come in and let us sell you one. You can get a good one as low as $7.50 and $8, one which is fashionable in cut, stylish ly made, and will fit per fectly. Better ones at$o, $12, $15, and $18. All neat, dressy patterns, too. We have all sizes and shapes in those popular double and single-breasted blue serge coats at $5, $6, $7, and $8, and white duck trousers that will FIT and give satis factory service at $1.50, $2, $3, and $4. Let us fit 3'ou with seasonable, comforta ble garments. We'll do it better for less money than anyone else can. Robinson, Gheru Go.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 July 1894

ii i nrit ii i aiWi i i ii i wiii !!! ii i mi i Mi mi i r i r n - ruif 1 - . .jc ' - "ii THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 121. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16. 1894. ONE CENT. b FOR CHRIST AND THE CHURCH Thirty Thousand Endeavorers at the Closing Sessions. INTENSE ENTHUSIASM RULED Br. Raymond's Sermon on "To Every Kan His Work" Miss Wlard's Stirring Ad dress to the Conyention WaiMngtcnians LeiTe on Their Home Trip This Afternoon special to tot, times.! Cleveland, Ohio, July 15. Not less than SO.000 young people were present at the clos ing sessions ol the thirteenth international Christian Endeavor convention to-night, and among that vast number there was but one purpose and motto: "For Christ and the church." It mattered not how many different states or provincial delegations ere represented, there was among them all that harmony and interdenominational lellowshlp which has been the chief characteristic of the convention and to which is due much of its success. In all that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 3IONDAY, JULY 16, 1894. The Washington Times (ETEItY DAY IN CTIE YE1B) OWNED AM) ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, roxvrr. Eleventh axb E Stofets Northwest. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Kooms, 337-3. Business Oulco, 337-i Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-uvo Cents. WASHINGTON. I). C, JULY 1C, 1801. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. ctkcclation- ron tee iust weei: Sunday. July 8 ; 20.131 Monday. July 0 20,000 Tuesday, July 10 20,055 Wednesday, July 11 20,011 Thursday, July 12 20.000 Friday, July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 20,144 Total for Meek 140.028 Average 20,075 The above ttattment of the circulation of TJte Timet u abeolutely correct, and fie vunler of japer pubUthcd each day traj dittrtbuted toboua fide reader in the city of Waihwgton izud Vicinity. TJ1E WASIIIiGTOX Till El COVP.LS 1", re r a a. coxy. A "Times" route bay reports that sample eop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 July 1894

T-vfY--i - - S J ,--- Sf-Jw' C ' THE WASHECr-TON TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 16. 1894. 3 ga-i - Summer Oxfords At About Half What It Cbst to Make Them. One lot Ladles' $3.00 Russia Calf Ox fords, at 69 cents per rair. One lot Ladies' $2.50 Dongola Oxfords, at 98 cents per pair One lot glen's $4 00 Russia Calf Ox fords, at SI 93 per pair. These are goods nich hare been count ermanded by western dealers on ac count of recent strike. W e bought them at about 40 percent, on manufacturers' cost to produce them, and aro giving you the benefit of our lucky purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. THE EXTRAVAGANT BOY. Ira. Hetty Green Thinks Her Son Did Not .Make a Close Deal. From the New York rres&l A man who read in yesterday's rres3 the description of how Mrs. Hetty Green looked on Broadway met me in the Astor house j cs terday morning and said that the peculiari ties of this extraordinary woman were num berless and manifold. He was in the Chemical ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 July 1894

- "-Wj'rW-v--ev i- TT' h3'-rrT'-r"if"f s TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, flTJLY 16. 1894. h FOR Rough, hard service; for a neat, dressy appearance, or for general all around use there are no fabrics woven that equal GOOD SERGES. Think of all the good points you have read about serges, think of how much service they have given you or your friends, and remember that every make and quality of serges that's worthy for you to wear is HERE, and j'ou'll have some conception of OUR stock. Blue, black, brown, gray, white, and fancy colors, in all the new est shapes and fashions and sizes to fit ALL men. Suits from $10 up. Coats at $5, $6, $7, $S, and $10. Trous ers at $4, $5, and $6. All of them well made, perfect fitting, thoroughly satisfac tory garments. You can't do any better than to buy a serge suit. One of OURS by all means if you want the best. Robinson, Ghery & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N.W. 4 4 4 4 4 4 Where Do You Dine? Where Do You Room? THE NEW HOTEL BELFORD offers exception...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 July 1894

syr- T3P!Hr,tf3E3 JOs fch.' - ,WJ'A-j -,- 3 , 't - THE TOL.l. KX. 122. WASHINGTON, D. 0M TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 17. 1894. ONE CENT. -Aitn!9i WASHINGTON TIMES i i LIKE BATTLE'S AWFUL ROAR Caisson of a Cannon Explodes with Frightful Results. THREE ARTILLERYMEN KILLED large Number Wounded, Some of Thorn Fa tally People on the Sidewalks Thrown Sown Friction or Concussion of Shells Sappoied to Have Caused the Shatter. Chicago, July 16. A caisson attached to a Hotchklss gun, in charge of Battery F, Sec ond Artillery, exploded at 130 o'clock to-day at the corner of Grand and Oakwood boule vards. Three men were killed and twelve injured. The following is a list of the killed and in jured: DEAD. FARRIER JOSEPH GAYLOR, Troop G, Sev enth Cavalry. ARTILLERYMAN J. DONOVAN, Battery F, Second Artillery. ARTILLERYMAN DOYLE, Battery T. Second. Artillery. WOUNDED. Sergt. Linear, Battery F, Second Artillery, badly shot through the body, severely burned ulth powder about face snd head, recovery doubtful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 July 1894

KW-fS "SW " -1"Ti-;?-!S jr- in --w,-'-t;'-' 'V ?- THE WASHESTGTCXtf TIMES, TUESDAY, ,TptfS 17, 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IN THE YEARl OWNED AND ISSUED Br Tlic Wabliington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORNER ELEVENTH AND K STREETS N'ORTnwrST. BrsiNtssOmcr, 4?i Eleventh StrrftN. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business OSlce, 337-2. Frire.Datly Edition OneCent Sunday EUltlon ......Three Cents. By the month .Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 17. 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. CIRCULATION TOR TOE TAST Wilt: Sunday, July 8 20,1.11 Monday. July I) 20,009 Tucsday.July 10 20,055 Wednesday, July 11 - 20,031 Thursday.July 12 20.000 FrldaT.July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 20,14a Total for 'neck 140,028 Ayerage 20,075 The above statement cf the circulation of The Timee it abeolutely comet, and lie number o jtape re ptibltehe d eae h day irti dittnbftcd tobona fide readert in tlu city of Washington and vicinity. THE WASIIl.OT0X TIHES COVi'.l.U', J'e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 July 1894

wr,-ys-fvTOS-gfer- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 17. 1894. 8 SPF1fBn3V-,-'-Ny ""H ""'' '"SK'' V WF'SpsFS SS VA,afwC"5,e1?1,Sf,!" Summer Oxfords At About Half What It Cost to Make Them. One lot Lad'es' SIM Russia Calf Ox lords, at 09 cents per pair. One lot Ladles' $2.50 Dongola Oxfords, at )s cents per pair. One lot lien's $4.00 Russia Calf Ox fords, at el 95 per pair. These are goods which hare been count ermanded by western dealers on ac count of recent strike. We bought them at about 40 percent, on manufacturers' cost to produce them, and are giving you the teneflt of our lucky purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. SPECIAL NOTICE. .The Regular juarterly meetino )f the Rochdale Co-Operative Society of the District of Columbia Will be held at Costello Hall, 610 G street n. w , Tuesday Eeninq, July 17, 1S94. AT 8 O CLOCK. Members are requested to attend. Present your trade card At the door. By order of the Ks ecu tire Committee, I S ...

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