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

iJt$V JWSjgeri - ? "'1S l-V f"3- "wSSi '"'' Jl' :& T?"fe' J, - -jJs'S f .!?' ? 4" ; T' THE MOBKIKG- TmESnTIIUTtSJAY, 3IAY G,1897. POSTAL CONGRESS OPENED Poslmastcr General Gary Wel comed the Delegates. BATCHBLLER MADE PRESIDENT Prellmiunr.v Business TrunMM-'teil. The Offleei-H IJIected A French Delegate's Eloquent TrJlJtite to President McKiuIey und PrulisO of the United States. The Universal Pohtal Congress convened yesterday morning in tlie main liall of the old Corcoran Art Gallery with about one hundred delegates in attendance, repre senting tixty governments, included in the Universal Postal Union and two govern ments not included in the Union. The delegates upon aniving at the gal Wy were individually welcomed by member nf tlie reception committee. At 11 o'clock the congress was called to order by Post master General Gary. "Who spoke fifteen hundred words of -welcome and congratu lation. He tendered the delegates a hearty greeting in the name of the United Suites of Americ...

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. — 6 May 1897

Eft .. ir s ' THE. MORJSIW tTJrES,: THUBSDAY, MAY 6, 1 897. 4 She js34&l 2itmctf (MOHSIHG, EV2HTHG AHD SUffDAY.) ur THEASHMTON TIMES COMPM, STILSOH HUTCHHTS, President. HUTGIIINS BUILDING. Tew Tork Offlcj: 2030 Tract Building:. suuscuirnox hates. Monthly, uv carkikr: Morning, KreuiiiK and Sunday.. Fifty Cents .Morning ami Sunday .... lUirty-fivo Cents Ereciugaud Suuuay Thlrtr-flvo Conts BY MAIL. Dnj,Ycar, Moriiing,EvcnitigandSuiiday, J6.03 riiee Mdutlis " ' 1.60 Duo Year. Morning and Sunday -1.00 Three Mouths 1.2 Djio Year, Evening and Sunday -J.00 riireo Mouth. 1.25 Sunday only, ono year 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied bysub icription price. Teleimion-es: Editorial Ilooins, 4S8; Bul losa Ofllce. IG1 . Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tub Times for the tcccli ended Saturday, Muy 1, 1897, teas as follows: Sunday, April 25 31,2-17 Monday. April 20 37,080 Tuesday, April Zt 37,180 Wednesday, April 28 38,021 Thursday, April 29 37,030 Fri day, April "30 37.9G1 Saturda...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 May 1897

-? r - 'J" - s p A- 3 "&&. si 5 V v.. THE MOCKING TIMES, THURSBAY, MAT 6, 1897. Ar L - Lansburgh & Bro. You've Heard of fca Our S 1 Nona Corset? .It is one of tne best One Dollar pt Corsets you ever could buy. Wo j2 snail sell It today If For 7oc. H 25c for Ladies' Muslin Drawers They bavo every appearance of a 50c Drawer, made of good Pi muslin, nicely trimmed and a fcj wonder at 25c. 9c for Kitchen Aprons. sj Aprons that will wash, come fo in brown.b'mo and green checks, pv full s23. No use paying any- gj, body 15c when we sell them fj for Oc. 8c. for 40-inch Lawn. pj 12Jc has always been the ja price of these Lawns. They j coma in a variety of beautiful E3 pattorns.any of which will wash- ra Beautiful Embroideries At less than their regular pnce. ; The 10c quality for 7c. gj The 12c quality for 8c. g The 15c quality for lie. ? The 25c quality for 15c. g 3 for 2jjc. ra For Men's Silk Ties, the ordinary 0 price for oner of these fine Silk S Rever3iblo Club or Four-in- g...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 May 1897

n - -o, 8 TILE MOBKING TIMES;-"THUKSDSnT , "MAT 6, 1897 We've only one fault to find with this Special Suit Sale of ours. It spoils the sale of the higher-priced garments. What man's go ing to pay regular price when this opportunity is at hand? We bought from the man ufacturer about 500 Spring Suits Fancy Mixtures, Tweeds, and Black and Navy Blue Cheviots. These were made up for this spring's trade, and no more desirable styles can be found anywhere. As long as the Suits last you can take your choice of the regular $8, $10 and $12 kind for $7-25 a Suit. The higher-priced ones that are worth $10, $12 and $15 you can take your choice for $9.25 a Suit. Better come in this morn ing 'ere the stock becomes thinned out. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTniUKS, 315 Seventh Street. iP" BICYCLES... jL liavo made a s cp 10 meeiuic iuu ic W arc soil ng liigh-;:rada wheels in advance of the times, SG . GEO L HALEY. COJ E St N. W I This Coupon I is Worth $1 .00. 9 0 4 Clip Ibis coupon, and upon j S ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 May 1897

Vf- J"- "l"- THE 3IQ11N1Q tygJ3I53 iTB:UBSIA.Y, MAY 6, 1S97. MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. VAMM)-To borrow $5,000 on cliurch Properly Ju Districlof. Columbia, valued at ?,,,'J,..9: injured for SI-.000. Address CHURCH LOAN, this oftice. inyG-3t U . K. PULTON'S loan office, 1218 Pa. ave. riw., money loaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry; silver ware, etc. aplO-Gm MONEY TO LOAN-From ?3 to 550. to reliable parties: no collateral required. Room b, Cculrul Bldg, bth aud Pa. ave. niy3-7t,cm LOANS MAJ)K OX FUliNlxTJRK. HOUSES. ETC. Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, Horses, agons. v'.c, at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call before securing loans elsewhere. )ASlIINuTON MORTGAGE LOAN O.. bio F street northwest MONEY TO LOAN SI ,000 upward, at 5 ana 5 l- jiur cent, oa D O. real estate: 5-30, 5300, etc., at Q per cent; all tiausacuons conducted with ecouondcal consideration foi boirotrers. WILLIAM H.BA0KJritR A ro.. apio-tf 1407 F,et. nw. LOANS OX REAL ESTATE. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 May 1897

4;,v - vtr '5SpSr THE AKXRKTNG- TIMJTSTHUKSDAT, MAT 6, 1807. 8 "f T-"-sjS:l f' -Jf' -'4-- " 'w COTCH TWEEDS in checks, plaids and heather mixtures the kind the custom folks get $25 to $40 for are here at S1 2.50, S1 5 ad $20, and the only difference is the price. Ours are as stylishly cut, have as good trimmings, are as finely tail ored and will fit perfectly. Our name on the label is as good guarantee of satisfaction as any tailor in town. . Your money back if you don't think so. , Other suits for less and for more. Each and every one worth the price asked, too. ROBINSON & OHERY 12th and F Sts. N.W. t Choice s b of2,000 t I Summer Suits, E worth from $12 to S15, for j & Sacks, Frocks, $ ? Cutaways & & All wool w Colors war- X f a, ranted. s NL DYRENFORTH CO, 1 I 20th Century Clothiers, g 1 923 Penna. Ave. N. W. t4 $$& xSJ $ SxJ). GAUNER&CO.'S KKilKl.NGi bALi;. evrnth in I H Strcto Give Woodbury's Facial Soap and Facial Dream a trial and you will uhc no otlic...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

sswsKsu?w.?siiaS' wp ftime. The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAB 7,1120. For the District of Columbia and Mary Jan d,fair;6lightlywarm2r; northerly -winds, becoming variable. a COPIES. 6- WASHINGTON, FRIDAY MOUNTING, MAY 7, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. 1stO. 1,144. , .Jir tie $j-v PHMISim 15 TAKES Tie Greeks Forcefl to Eetire to IOM&FOEINTERYEITM The War Must End Ingloriously for Greece. AN ARMISTIGE PROBABLE Tlie Abandonment of P hurra hi Re flects "o Discredit Upon the Greek Army, for It Was tin In exorable Military Necessity, Forced by tbe Immensely Su "Iierior Strength of the ttieuiy, Which Made Success Beyond Hope. Not to Have Retreated Would Have Been Foolhardy and Resulted ju Disaster The, Position at Domoloj Ik Described as Impregnable Against a Vastly Superior Force. It Is Asseited That the Powers Dave Determined to Intervene Spontaneously Between TurUey and Greece. (Copyrighted.) Eoudon, May G. The war is virtually over, but peace is by no m...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

K.'t THE MORNIJtfe TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 7, 1897, "Tj"a4fJ3j?;s5'-J .im -vfe- MR. BMIEMMD ASIDE The Democratic Minority in the Douse Declares Itself. UNITED IN OPPOSITION TO REED 31r. McMlllin Shows Tlmt-tho House Is Kept iu u Comlition of Di-sor-gunlzntion Cowardly Policy of the Do uJnnntPnrty Unity Among tlie Democrats. The subservient faction of the Democrats was served with pluln notice yesterday that it need expect no favors from"" the "brutal majority,'' as It was recently char acterize! by Mr. Simpson. It was the Irony of fate that this notice was served personally on Mr. Baile , who, since the convening of the extra setslun, has fig ured berore the public as temporizing with instead ot righting the opposition. There was alft a t-areaMii as teen as a. Spanish stiletto in the reminder to him by a shrewd Republican that as he had voted for no committees it was not a consistent thing to be insisting on legislation by the Re publicau party iu some things and ignor ing it Iu others A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

-w yr .fi:WmtP' ?"-'-";- 11-csfr;-r1-H'ff-r'5; sX?? --rr '.rre-i sSsS-"5 3 J - 3-"--. TUE 31 OENlGh. TIMES,. FOTDA, , MAY 7, 1,891. 3 V Dr.Hobbs hears more reports v Eotw llbslandbK so many People have already reported on Ms seeonil free distribution ol pills, the Dinner increases daily. 'All Say They Have Received Great Benefit and Feel That a Speedy and Permanent Cure Will Follow. The Test is Regarded on Al Sides So Far as a Fore runner of Great Success. It is only a few days ago that the second announcement or what is bound to again 'prove one or the most remarkable tests ever iuaileor a discovery In medicine appeared in this paper. So far, a large percentage of those who leceived a free sample ot Ilobbs Sp.iragus Kidney Pills have made a report which as a whole is satisfactory. When ic ib considered that so great a number or our citizens buffering from kidney troubles of one kind or another, have, within thib bhort time, round a medicine hich has greatly benefited them, and that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

EH,""2iwJ SiS" Zt&z&i '3""W V,-' V" THE 3IOfiJffIrGr .TIMES, FEIDAY, MATT 7, 3897. Za 5"Vfo.'i?35: QSmcd (MORSIHG, EV3HIKG AITD SUNDAY.) "'w JJV THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, STIXSOK HDTCHI1TS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Kew York Offics: 2000 Tract Bnlldlne. SUBSCRIPTION X.VTES. UOSTIIVY, liv Cakkier: Moriiiug, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Moruing and -Sunday 3hirtj-Svo Cents .Evening aud Sunday. Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morning.Evcniug and Sunday, J6.00 Three Months " " ' " l.W) One Year. Morning: and Sunday 4.00 Three Months " " " L2 One "Year. Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Month " " l.- Sunday only, one year .'..... 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied by.sub icription price. Tklepiioih:.?? Editorial Itooms, -4S6; Bui less Ouicc. IGW. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the tceck aided Saturday, May 1, 1897, -was as follows: Sunday, April 23 31,247 Monday. -April 2G ..37,080 Tuesday, April 27 37,18G Wednesday, April 23 38,621 Thurs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

Tp&f&frvT 'l4&;'vS- Ar-f THE MOBJSTNG TIMES, - .FRIDAY, MAX 7, 1897. ii' j f f Cl boss ssssossa SSTOSSSSSSOSWa S IANSBURGH & BrO. g 5 FOR THE BABY. g 19 g We. certainly have everything in the Infants' Line to please all jj tastes. We have everything g that Baby wears in all the g different grades. g g Here are a few special items g g for today and tomorrow: g 0 g g This Pretty Cap $1.35. g Made g of p finest g Persian g mull, a fun em- S broid- g ered 0 ruffle around face and neck, g tiffht- g a fittinpr crown of all-over a e embroidery, extra wide g g strings. Regular price, g ts $1.75. Special price... .$1.25 & g Children's Pique Reef- g (S ers in Pink, Blue and a p White, made with large g g sailor collar edged with g g ruffles of embroidery, the 0 A new French back, box g front, leg-o'mutlon sleeves, g g Special price $1.98 a g Worth $2.75. 0 0 8 8 0 0 S 0 0 8 s S Children's Bibs, made g of honey comb, bound with linen tape. Spe cial price 3c. gJwii$. 1 420, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

. VA-Sjjjrj- fttViCj' ,wf3s.J: -"p-" Ai. ?- - 4tgr "SW "S ""JJSST" THE MOKKTSTG TIMES, ERIDAY, MAY 7, 1897 . vf-ie-v rte, $ AC.?"' Come Today whHe the choice is good of this special lot of Men's Suits we're selling at re duced prices. livery day sees greater in roads made into the stock the big selling warns you to hurry. It was a lucky stroke by which we secured these suits from 'an overloaded manu facturer at a price which enables us to offer you suits that are fully worth $8, $10 and $12, for $7.25. Also suits that are worth $10, $12 and $15, for $9.25. They are the newest Spring styles fashionable Tweeds, Fancy Mixtures and Black and Blue Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTI1IERS, 315 Seventh Street. You will never ride any other bicycle if you once try the Spawn ing. It runs so easily and is so thoroug-hly constructed that it has no superior. Compare it with others, point to point you will see why we claim so much for it. Prices $75 and $100. While Tbey Last We Will Offer...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

""3""" "S st.--?--- ofe-,? ';. --": r?- THE MOKNXNQ. TIMES, PBIDAXMAY 7,- 1397. MONEY WANTED AXD TO 1X3 AS. H . K.FULTON'S loan omce. 1218 Pa. ove. nw., inuney loanedon watcnes, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. pplO-Gm LEAN'S MADE ON AIT ROVED COLLAT :ral, such as life policies, stocks, bonds, builuing association shares, hynulrate cer tificates, eta No delay. YERKES & BAKEK. 1U0F bt. Take elevator. tf "WANTED To borrow $3,000 on Church property in Districtor Columbia, valued at 518.000; insured for 512,000. Address CHURCH LOAN, tills office. niyG-3t MONEY TO LOAN-From 55 to 550, to reliable parties; no collateral required. Room 8, Central Bldg, 9th and I'a. ave. iny3-7t,em LOANS MADE OX FUlCvITURE. houses, inc. l-.bansn-.aao on furniture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and quickest posalblo time. Strictly confidential. 1 lease call before socuringloans elBC"vhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 !; street northwest. . MONEY TO LOAN-51,000 upward, at 5 and 5 ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 May 1897

qpvaifffifnRWV"' ' '.i- WTyi.--''-'' v -& "-- "$r-." JjSC-, THE- MOENItfGr TIMES, TEIDAT, MAX 7, 1897. who once buys a suit HERE says g-oodbyc to the trials and tribulationsdf the custom shops. No delay hijre or doubt as -to whether the g-armcnts will fit or not when finished. They are read' now and you can try them on and see for yourself that the fit is perfect. And the cost is only about ONE-HALF of mer chant tailor charges. SiO, 82.50, $25 for fashionable, up-to-date g-arments, guaranteed the equal of any custom suits at twice the price. ROBINSON & GHERY GO Clothes, FurnlsMncs. Eats, Sho;s, 12th and F Sts. N.W. fr Opening at fc Sultland Park. Big Days ar MAY 'SS&SeS,x2'SSS'&2 I I Everybody came and en- 4 s joyed themselves come to- e g daj' yourself if you didn't e 5 come yesterday. Music, ? dance, illumination, and all the fun of the ball is g-oinq- on. 'Busses leave Navy I Yard at 3, 4:30, and 6:30 P. M. my 5-tf 3SS4 &$!$ 53SSS50 $$$& he City Brevities....

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

& T-mmimi! gsK'-e?- "wivSijf A. Vf ."'a'VSSB'e11? -j, "".- ,. V--'iT'TOTt,rs?styj-? " , -.- J- - - r The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAS r For the District of Columbia and Mary Ian a, ralr; slightly warmsr; northerly winds, becoming variable. 3STO. 1,15. WASBXtfGrTON, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1897 EIGHT PAGrES. ONJE CEiST. yzfs$Fx?)'s?' ' 'z"': uftttie mt 3794 COPIES. jtimwui jm Breaking Away From the Combination! We Are "Going to Buy OurselvesFree I Cash . to be Raised by a Sacrifice! w TLIs nab always been a store for the people, and it always shall remain io. ,1 The attempt or the combined misfit clothing companies at Chicago, Rochenter, SyracuseandBuffulo to form a trust, which is to maintain prices, will not be success ful to far as Washington is concerned. We are going to buy ourselves free, and run a business independent of the trust. To raise the necessary cash we commence today the greatest clothing sale ever held In this city. $15.00 to $1...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

.. - " a jg- iaas,.. "vf a-'5 7$3- "" Sy irr"-? "-JbTi C"" i''"i'' ""'" J ?'5y -wS .-s.-:" 'w THE MOKNIJG TIMES. " SAT UED AY, MAX 8, 1897, kt ep-rS?r- MUM IE MSI lale Treasurer of Columbian Uni versity Under Bonds. DEFICIT IS VERY IIEAVX Alleged ?Cow to He Nearly Twenty one Thousand Dollars AcchmmI Gives Ball in the Sum of $5,000. Shock to His Friend, and Old Associate. The arrest yesterday afternoon of Rob ert H Martin, late treasurer of Columbian University, charged with embezzling $20, S50 81 or I lie funds of that Institution, as . told in The Evening Timee, was. not at tended by any unusual Incident. The war rant, v liicli was sworn outby Rev. Samuel Greene, Samuel W. Woodward, and Rev. B. L Whitman, members, of the board of trustee:, was placed in the hands or De tective Mnttingly. by Dlstiict Attorney Davis foi service. - The oflicer proceeded to Mr. Martin's handsome iosidence, No. 1719 S street uorthwest, and found him at home. lie In formed the ex-treasurer that he was a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

'V fj-flpPP"" ..W-.$. w. i"5;!l''J'"' S&sfc J5"-" w-3 -rv-i v ? ; 5 " THE JuTOBNIKG TIMES, SATTTRDAT, 31 AT 8V 1897. CATARRH TREATED FREE While Doctor McCoy Is Teaching the People, He Will Enforce His Teaching by Giving All His .-Treatment For Catarrh Free; That fs, Abso lutely Without Pay of Any Kind. There has been so much writing and talking and teaching by doctors and fcpeclaUstfc, so called, and men who an", not doctors, for that matter, about Catarrt; to much wtiting and talking and teaching, that lb misleading and has created a false Impression in the minds of the people, that Dr. McCoy finds it necessary to correct this false impression. The treatment that is universally used all over the country for Catarrhal troubles IB the treatment that Dr. McCoy origi nated and formulated in 1&83; the treat ment, by the way, -which he vastly improved In his later practice. The fa"ct that it is his earlier treatment that is universally used for Catnrih by doctors certainly en tit...

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. — 8 May 1897

THE MOB-KPTO- TOVrJESrii SAiUBDAY, MAY 8. 3397. 1UCJ5 (MORHIHG, ZVIWC JUTD SUNDAY.) JIY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPJUIY, STILSOH HTJTCHHfS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. ffcw York Office: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Monthly, by Cakkieu: Morning, Evening aud Sunday.. Fifty Cents Moruingand Sunday Thlrtj-fivo Cents Eveciugand Sunday Thlrtr-fivo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlug.Evcnlug and Sunday, 56.00 Three Months " . Ouo Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Unrco Mouths " I.2 One Year, livening and Sunday -J.W Three Month " " 1.25 Bumlay only, onoyoar - 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied by sub Ecription prico. Tklki'Hoxes: Editorial Rooms, 4S6; Busi Bess Oillce. !G1". Circulation Statement. The civctilation of The Times for the tfcA- ended Saturday, May 1, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, April 25 31,247 Monday. April 26 37,080 Tuesday, April 27 37.16G Wednesday, April 28 38,021 Thursday, April 29 37,680 Friday, April 30 37.9G1 Saturday, May 1. r. 67,078 Total . 257,459 Daily...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

THE MOltNTNG TIMES SATURDAY, MAX 8, 3 897. LANS BURGH & BRO. This Wash Skirt, 98c. Made of fine linen, cut extra wide, with deep flounce, finished with row of neat cording, gored at the top on a French yoke, with draw-string; length, 38, 40 and 42 inches. We also carry a blsr line of BLACK SATIRE SKIRTS, BLACK MO HAIR SKIRTS andJiLACK SILK SKIRTS. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. B0SS335Q SSSS05S5 50S35Q5! GQ No 1 Reason Why You Shouldn't Get g a Bicycle Today! AH tliere is to do is to come up 2t iioro nnil Tiirlr nut thn wheel votl U g want and tell us you will pay for tl 5 it a little at a time weekly or a moutlily. H Easiest Terms Ever Known! . 8 8 8 8 Eery bicycle sold by us no w matter what the pnee is uncon- ditloually guaranteed against "J breaks of every descriptiou NO 2 MATTER HOW CAUSED! All punctures and broken parts will ffl be repaired or replaced free of t? COSTi Bee the "F. F. V," at Ifl 570. Bee the "Postal" 'Druid" 69 and "Suburban." 0 We have broken all records for g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

-,t-- '?f ,-.-" y-'Pi'ssija'; m"352:' ji p - jt-L -.-f-pr-sS: J THE MOUNTING TIMES, SAEURDAY, MAT 8, 1897 6 - c7 '$fB-sp&$$r- ::.i::: Special Values in j- i . i Boys' Clothing. This is mothers' day at our store. We have prepared an extraordinary list of bargains in Boys' Suits that cannot be equaled by any clothier in the city. Besides the price-economy contained in these offers you can rely on the quality part, too. We expect to.be busy cfear up to closing time. Easy to see why. Boys' Suits for $1.95. Just five lots Nos -4321, 4322, 4325, 4330, 4340, of Boys Com bination Suits, double heat ami knee, two pairs of pants, fancy mixtures. Also a largo assortment with one pair of pants. Your choice for only $1 .95- A special lot of Boys Spiing Suits, in -Black and Blue Cheviot. Fancy Mixtures and Plaids, tiiea 5 to ID years. Choice $2.95. Boys Combination Suits, in plaids and fancy mixtures, with 2 pairs pants, double scat and knee. Sizes 3 to 1G years. Pric3S, 3.50 to 5. Parker, Br...

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