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

THE MOENINCr TIMJES, SVJXAT, , MAT 23, 1897. 3 THE PICTURES SHQlAf A FOUL Verascope Indicates That Fitz . siuimons Violated the Rules. WHAT THE CHAMPION SAYS He Gets Very Angry and Declares That the Pictures Are "All Blooui ints Fakes" The Cnllforniaii In sists That the Pictures 31ake It Kecessary for Fitz to 3ieet Him. New York, May 22. That Fitzsimmons fouled Corbett in the Nevada fight is prac tically proven by the verascope picture of the fight shown, here today. Tlic most interesting detail in the pho tographic record is the plcttue which shows Fif.slmmons striking Corbett with his left fist on the point or the jaw wneii the Californiun liad sunk to the floor. The blow, technically, was a foul, but It wasdellvered withoutinteuttodo wrong, to far as can be known, and it had no ma terial effect upon the issue, llut the rea fcon why no official notice was taken of it was that not only the referee misled seeing It, but so did every one of 'the other 6,000 persons present. Up to the...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

wTV" " ' ""CSf iJ? THE MOBOTNX2 TJJfES, SUNDAY, HAY 23, 189T. More suits reduced. You remember that special purchase of Men's Suits we made a couple of weeks ago? Offered 'em at greatly reduced prices, and were sold in almost no time. Well, we've just secured another lot, and to morrow morning" ther go on sale like this: t t t t t t t t t t 1 Suits that are selling around town at $8, 10 and $12, are offered for J &&$SSiiS&SxSSxSxS'iSSs 5S83& 53k3$w3 3SS & &i&Q$&&Q$&G&$$iG'Q$&l& & Suits that are selling around town at $10, $12 aud $15 are offered for 5!xS'&S'SSSxSx OxS !&S'Ss8sx33Sx&S$$ They comprise Stylish Tweeds, Fancy Mixtures, and Black aiid Blue Cheviots. I For the Cyclists we have a veritable bargain W list. It will tell its own story. Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle S ui is, in "golf and "bloomer" styles. Weie 0,$8 and 10. Reduced to $5.00. Mens Fine Tweed and Scotch Mixed Bicvcle Suits, in "golf" and 'bloomer' st...

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

n- -5 ?$& 3s5sr .;v?- &$. THE MOKNISTG; TIMES, iI3DAX, MAT 23. 1897, W .- mi urn an 1111 IDE BE' rafcEShBXYMKEl&ISra. j) e by V'.'A ". A ' -"?.jlV :';: oVi...;riiYA ri w r K l:i..jU:ft.vy.i.iy.. fSbJr C 1 TY !H W ATHL-EfTE?S It is extremely doubtful, from present Indications, that a joint Potomac River regatta will be held this bumtner. The Co lumbia Athletic Club is the only one of the three which has appointed a committee to confer upon the subject. The Analostan Club, itisaid.ls lukcwurmln the matter, and ha not yet decided what action will be taken by it Heretofore It has always been among the first to appoint a com mittee. This season, it appears, the row ing men will not undergo the hardships or traiiilnn, but will, with the other mem bers of the club, enjoy the delights of pleasure rowing and barge parties. For thelalUr, this club has long since earned an enviable reputation, for its affairs are always of the most delightful character. If the report be true that I...

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

- s ;-:" t-SRsvc VJA -' 'SVg.,r I 6 THE MORNING TIDIES, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 3897. s-f r Stmeg (MORirnrG, evzitiug ahd sohdato BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPAHY, STILSOff HDTCHHJS, President. KUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew York Offics: 2000 Tract Bnlldlnsr. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. MONTHLY. BY CATUtlKIt: .Morning, Excning aud Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents l-venlugand Sunday Thirty-flvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evcning and Sunday, JO.00 Three Months " " l.ao One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 1 hree Months " " 1.2 One Year. Evening aud Sunday. . 4.00 Three Months " " - LS5 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mall tnuat be accompanied by sub scription price. Tei.ei'uoxks: Editorial Rooms, S8; Busi ness Ofllcc. IfHO. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The. Tisies for the Kcch ended Saturday, May Si, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, May 1G..... 23,746 Monday. May 17 .. 00,024 Tuesday, May 18 38,028 Wednesday, Ma y 19 38,395 TIn,rsday,May2Q 38,012 Friday, May 21 38,3...

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

re i. JV '-&& 'Mvc Ar&& v && J-S-jx . - TgETOBNlS TlJMEai SiUXBAY, MAY 23, 189T. -f'tidY- ,A PALAIS ROYAL BARGAINS ! igfe&g&g3 A $ $ -$ MONG the Housefurnishings are i.ooo dozen Towels, bought and to be sold at a saving of 30 cents a dozen. We ask you 10c each or 1.25 a dozen, and none are worth less than $1.50. ATTEND the demonstration of the "Brooklyn" Gas Range. Note the oven has double burner and that two double burners are on top so that cooking many things at once is positively no trouble. And only $4.25 for the complete range. REMEMBER these prices: 98c for "Star," "Gem" and "Fire Queen" Double Gas Stoves, and that double tubing, with patent ends, are in- eluded Only $1.88 for the -well-known "Nursery" Refrigerator 14c for large Tea Kettle for oil or gas stoves 95c for artistically ornamented Water Coolers holding 8 qaurts 24c for Iron Garbage Cans, with cover $2.98 for Decorated China Chamber Set, including Slop Jar. tfj )C for this "Star" Dou...

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

H cW"7""" ';'-i .& THE MOBiyg TIMESaifJTBAY, MAY 23, 3897. LANSBURGH & BRQ. - TREMENDOUS REDUOTIONS IN LAWNS. We will give you a veritable Lawn Party on Monday. Be on hand early. The balance of our assortment of 8c. Jaconet Lawns 5c yd. The last of our 12 l-2c. Lace ef fects and Organdie Lawns 8c. yQ 100 pieces 15c. Dimity, in pretty colorings and patterns 1 Oc.yd- 18c. Lappet Lawns, including the new effects in red 1 2 1 -2c. yd. Now, it would bs foolish of you to postpone your shopping tomorrow, flakes .no difference what the state of weather might bs here is a chance to save money which you ought not ignore. 420, 422, 424, 426 Seventh Street. x- .- w'- .X j Bicycles, j I Saddles I And Tires J I Kept In Repair I One Year I Free ! I That's the guarantee that goes with everv -wheel sold by us no matter what the price! It holdb good -whether the break in caused by acci dent or otherwise. Easiest Terms Ever Known. Tt makes no difference whether its a Bicycle you want or Furnit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

THE MOBNmGTnp SUNDAY, MAY 23, 189T 9 PRINTING OFFICE PLAGES Gorman Filled Two Hundred, and Richardson Seventy-five. MONOPOLY OF APPOINTMENTS Proof Render Benedict Gives .Some Interesting Testimony Before the Senate Civil Service Committee. Commissioner ButterwortU Ar gues in Favor of the I.uw. The investigation of the "working of the civil service reform law "was continued ver terday by tlie Betiatc committee, all tho members of the Civli Service Commission being present for the first time. In response to a request from Chairman Fritchard Deputy and Acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue "Wilson laid berore the committee in tlie form or a communication some very interesting facts. There are, he says, 3,502 officers and em ployes in tlie internal revenue bervice out side of the bureau, 3,188 or whom have been classified under recent revisions of the civil service rules. Of this 200 officers and employes of the bureau 199 are now clas sified, making a total classified force con necte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, nSUffPAY, MAY 23, 3897. 10 SCIENTISTS ON A JUNKET National Geographic Society's Ex cursion to the Blue Itiilgc. Exploration of the Historic Itetrlou of Bull Hnn and Alnna-sns Gap. ZUujor Hotcliliiss Lecturo. Tlic members of the National Geographic Society, accompanied by many of their friends, bpent yesterday amid the lavHi charms or the Blue Ridge. A special train, elegantly appointed, conveyed them from thlo oity at 9 o'clock yesterday morning oer the Southern Railway, airiving at Linden, Manassas Gap, at 11:30 After leaiug the bottom lands of the Potomac the train abcended the v alley of Cameron Run, and soon left this to ascend the plateau; thence up and down oer the rolling surface of the Piedmont pla teau, whom; summit has an elevation of 350 feet; thence westward to Thorofare Gap, in Hull Run Mountain, over red Mesooic sandstones and shales, and then thiourh tl.e mountaiii itself, with all lib tragic recollections of the din and clamor of war Finally the lo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

THE MOK JSTM G TIMJES. gsTTffDA T, MAY 23, 1897. 11 II KU? WANTED-31 AT.T3. WANTED-A.rtlst; an experienced man tor finishing solar prints. Call Monday morning, bet. 8 and 0 a. m., or bet. 12 and 1 p. ni.,at CorcornuBldg , room 85. mv23-3t WANTED- Bookkeeper in a tailoring store. AddressB. 10-1, this office. It WANTED Reliable young tnanto set type; on.? uviio Uvea in Alexandria prc-lentd. INTOGRAPH OFFICE., DclRay.Vn.l t WANTED -A young man with 2 or a years' experience lit the drug business; must have u od rers. Address PILLS, this office. iuy23-3t A..-i!' Schoolsupphes; country work; ' 100 salary monthly; "with ULeral addi tional con.ii.isiunH. U. O. EVNS Sc CO., Chicago. my2-4t-sun J wAKTliU Two paperhangers. TER Rl'NEN., 808 D st-SW- WAL 1 t-eni WANTED Industrial insurance agents; a grand chance to make money as n Md sue. Call at Rcom .'5. 0C l'a. a-ve. uw.. NATIONAL IMPROVEMENT AND IN VESTMENT ASSOCIATION. my2--3t WANTED Good barber for Saturday. No. 803 D st. nw. iny21-3t-em W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

THE MOKNLNGr TIMES, BU3STDA3, MAY 23, 1897. 12 A PLAIN STATEMENT OF THE FACTS AS THEY ARE! jE3E3C3wpi IMS' GUARANTEED VALUES. Actual value price. $10 and $12 are others' advertised value prices. Here's the very edge of reliability safe at $7.50 dangerous below it. But we muster nearly 40 styles at that price. Nobby Plaids, Checks and Mixtures ; Blue and Black Serges 3 and 4-button Sacks Double Breasted Blue Cheviots Black Clay Cutaway Coats aud Vests. Every thread all wool. H H H R POSITIO SAKS' GUARANTEED VALUES. Actual value price. Sl5 is others' advertised value price. mlt's a big popular grade with us. There are Fancy Plaid and Check Cheviots Plain Blue Cheviots and Serges and Black Clay Worsteds made up honestly with lots of I style and to wear well. Actual value price. SI6.5O is others' advertised value price. But at $16 50 they don't match this grade. They haven't Russian Serge that ours. They haven't any of the choice Plaids and uhecks because those we show are exclusively o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

;t e-&i &i Vv!ir -&& -J-4 " " J-p. ,-, a-sue " -.-i'v - - tUmta WASHRfGrTO, SUNDAY MORNIa, MAY 23, 1897. -t a. rbc Pages UUP to !(0K: A THREE DAYS' $1.20 SHOE SALE We have too many kinds of Shoes, and we're going to close out some of them during the next 3 days. The following Shoes are good values at their original prices but SI. 20 a pair is less than most of them could be made for, even in 1,000 pair lots. Ladies $2 Tan Laced. Only 78 pains of tlit'in StyllHli pointed to 11, C ii nd D ividtbh Monday, Tnesdiy and Wednesday, $8.20 Ladies' $1.75 Sandals. TUnekKld, putiMit tipped ll-Ht Urown Kid and (ont Sprlrcli'f,l'inidliisilili'ilK About I ao pnlrh in all Monday, Tneadav an.1 W;daesday, Ladies' Low Shoes. .It is admitted by all well-posted shoppers tlint there are no Low Shoes In town that can favorably compare with ours In stjle, comfort asd general price-worthiness. SL20 Ladies' $2 Brown Oxford Ties. Tlit'lnteM prlm;Hivle Point I'd or coin toe "B, O. T and K "widt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

14 THJ5 3IOBNHSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1S97. tWU'lT.TTTJigggrsgfcZ. J L.Cv JEi'.-CiPl i?; i 5 ft "K IV 7 tTftl iMKEfsSaKiPk ?ftl W ff m ffliml THE REAL NEW WOMAN And the Iteaon for Her Being:. Tlic real reasou for tlie new -woman Js iot on tlie snrrace, and for tliat reason it has not been exploited to any great extent. TUls much advertised but seldom seen new woman of the comic papers is supposed to take up that profession from "pure cussed ness," because she is tired of being a woman, and wants to be as nearly as possible a member of the other division of bumanity. She is said to lake on cigar ette smoking and knickerbockers and other mannish things for pure fun; but she is bo uncommon an article that she will prob ably be seen, sooner or later, In the freak museum of the Baruum & Bailey combi nation. They haven't yet been able to find her. The new woman, however, is not alto gether a m j th. Women do engage m busi ness and recreation nowadays in ways which are a decided con...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

- "- -4. 4,fi.rQ fi? D- ... , ". .'Sigfai"''1 - THE MOJtNTNG- TIMES BTJXDAY, MAT ,23, 1897. THE WOMAN OF FASHION. A Forecast of. the Summer Girl The Dannies on Her CliQtolaluc. The summer girl has not yet come out . in her full toggery. She Is btlll lying low, tor shedoesnot wish to takeoff the edge, no to speak, or the bensatlon which she Is ac cubtomed to create. She wants her tri umph to he complete, with never a. chance for anyone to bay she is an old story from the May number when the June issue is out. No, she is saving herself for the month or roses, to blossom simultaneously with theother beautiful summer things. But :iy the same token bhe is budding and rapidly unfolding her petals under the careful and bolicitous nurturing of her best friend the dressmaker. Indeed, hhe has already bloomed in the modiste's conservatory, but has wisely rerrained from displaying her gorgcousness until a more suitable Benson. Nevertheless she has been dis covered arrayed in all her midsummer g...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

the MOEKnsra times, Sunday, may 23, is97. 16 VT "dSssS&-' Jn I k lib1 pMmTmnifl F" - Ilk ' Columbia ''Niobe." LafayetUe--"The Mikado." Kernan's Semon's Extravaganza any. Com- puu ICls sail to see tlie veracity oC old saws controverted and even disproved. There is supposed to le something Infallible in a proverb, and infallibility is reverent. So when an anciently supposed truism turns Inside out and shows that there was nothing in it one is supposed to weaken a trifle on all the other saws in the cata logue. There Is that dear old saying, "Coming events cast their shadows before." .Who ever doubted it? But here are the facts. Last Sunday the prospects were that f've theaters would sail merrily through the summer in theshadeot success and fanned by prosperity. The game six little some things hitting on a fence, one fell off and then there were five, was supposed to have ended with the National's closing lastuight But instead two fell off, and now by all the veracity of 'rithmetic...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

THE 3IOENIJG TIMES SUNDAY, MAT 23, 1897. 17 THE TRUTH ABOUT GUSH Spain Will Not Sell and Cuba Will Not Buy. T11E ADMINISTRATION POLICY Ku Possibility of Driving a Uargaiu Which Neither Side "Would Tol erate Commissioner Calliouu anil UK Foolifeli and Useless 2Jislou. To the Editor or The Times: Tlie piopo.sal that Cuba sliall purchase lieriudependenceof Spalnisoithcrashallow subterfuge invented for the purpose or de " laying and evading effective action, or it iHthet-illy baubling of gross and inexcusable ignorance, both of the status of the war and the national character of botii parties to the contest. The Cuban war is not wagedon cither side for monetary objects, nor does it admit of any termination otherwise than by the ex pulsion of the Spaniards from the island, or the death or incarceration of ttie last Cuban who can Hie a thot or grasp an Inch or steel. Spain would not sell Cuba, though forever) grain or band on her coast millions or gojd weie offered in exchange. The Spapia...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

- S&Sr" i!,. 18 THE MOEJSriNG .XD-IES, SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1897. - -" .33i - THE MAGPIE WIS IKE IE How a Postoffice Inspector Came to Be Deceived. LONG SEARCH FOR LETTERS A Tale of n Country Postoffice and the Daughters of the Postmaster. Four Weeks Hard "Work In Hun ning Down u Pulse Scent Tho Bird Finally Caught in the Act. As a postoffice Inspector I did not Lear ortbedolngsutShelbyuntlltwoorthreeor my fellow-inspectors bad tried their hands and made a failure or it. TlienI took the case and failed most ignominious! of all, because 1 added blunder to failure. Slieiby was and is a ruir-sized vil lage without a railroad connection. It in eight miles to tho nearest railroad town, with a daily mail carried in a cart. For years and years there had been no complaint about the postoffice ut Shelby, when suddenly half a dozen complaints came in, almost together. Im portant letters which hail been mailed from different plares iiad failed to sjiow up, and lettersmailed away had failed to r...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

V THE MOKNI5G TIMES, .SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1897. 19 TART II Euclid, Delambre'a "Astronomy," Ju skip's "Navigation," JKelly's "Spherical Tiigonomotry," Jones' "Logarithms," Ber thollet'.s "Chemical Statics" and Newton' "Optics" were representative volumes of what was lightest and most fanciful and ToinnaUc in this oeicre and unin teresting collection. There was noth ing Uieie with poetry or licticn or his tory. Neither did I afteiward iind any thing at all of tl-at nutuio n any part or the house. Wale Mlraudu. who had in vested hciseir with the whitest of aprons, was busily engaged in the kitchen, or wah flitting in r.nd out oi tie bieakfast room, the personification of a tl rifty and pretty housewife, I employed myself in glancing over the pages of these -wildly exciUug tomes. I took down a vcneiable looking dictionary ,and opening it found thatit was Dr. Johnson's and that it had been pub lished !u the last part of the eighteenth century. I immediately noticed something ey remarkable ab...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 May 1897

LigsrM?- .c-sv -V x?-15sv-sf -SSfgfc 20 Stephen Crane lias written a new lwok. Perhaps it would he more exact to. 'ay that Stephen Crane has published a new book, for there is no telling how many new hooks be has written that are not published. Though -those who do not admire the colorrul Crane will say his had writing lias made him famous, there are others or us who believe that his fame rests on quali ties original and admirable, and so se. curelyaudconsilciiouslythatany now book or his making possesses interebt. Then there are n few who will say thatit is an event. Perhaps it depends more upon the reader Into whose way it comes, than upon inherent merits. The new book is called -'The Third Violet." It is a small book, a duodecimo, if you know what that is; the paper Is heavy, aud the type is large, so it stands withal as a short btory; but not in the number of chapters. There are thirty three of them. Most of them emulate the trenchant, brevity of Crane's sentences. Others, a few...

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

Ti rt - J WEATHER PROBABILITIES. THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDAY TIMES WAS For the Districtof Columbia, threatening weather, with showers anil thunder storms: cooler; southwesterly winds,. becoming northwesterly. twit. M74 COPIES. KO. 1,101. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MOENIN, MAY 24, 1897 EIGHT. PAGES. ONE CENT. w j !jjf - rbc IE SGHEMETO BUI CUBA A Legacy to McKinley From the - Cleveland Administration. ANOTHER SECRET REPORT It "Was Made by Consul General Lee and Point, Out That tho Indemnity Proposition "Would Probably He Satisfactory to Simla. McKiuleyV, Interest la It. Havana, May 22, via Key West, May 23. The Biiggestioa that the American Ad ministration should intervene In the Cuban war, tendering its good offices to obtain the independence of the islcnd by meaiH of the payment by Cuba to the Spanish government of borne millions of dollars, meets witli the approval of the business men and proprietor heie who are anx ious to see peace and prosperity nguin. Mr Calhoun has received much in...

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

;- 2 tfHE MOENISTG- TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1897. MR. H'KIEY ID CUBA His Finesse Viewed by the In surgent State Department. SPAIN HAS THE WUIP HAND Inside Information ns to the Presi dent's Temporizing With Sir. Do Lome The Iusular Ilenuullu n n Xew Factor The QuceiiV. I)inl. niatie Vfce of Cuban Heroism. A good deal of speculation lias been in dulged In as to the precipe ijature or the negotiations .ending between this Admin istration and Srain for the settlement of the Cubau question. The burden or nwt or the conjectures reits on the suggestion which unwittingly escaped Senator Hour in debate that it was not impossible that "Sir. .McKlnley might be tring to negotiate on the basis or the correspondence between Mr. Olney and Scnor Dupuy de Lome. It was pointed out by the opposition that the ultimatum of absolute submission by the iebels was what Spain meant, speaking through Mr. de Lome four months ago, and that all the circumstances pointed to Spain istlll maintaining that position....

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