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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 May 1897

4sf6i3s 7? "- - s'-sy'fiar 539-v JttS- t VTw-or.-v. 'Z&.t&Gii!gig,r rti&&$ Z JV$g& S THE MOENLffG- TIMES, SATURDAY -a a - MAT 29, 1897. 1 M '" The May Procession Well-pleased Oil Ob DUlbK May lias been with us a succession of the busiest days our three busy houses have ever known. That our shoe output during this month has exceeded that of any previous May fully substantiates our claims that "our shoes are far superior t in style and quality to any others offered at the price in Washington." Here are more extra values, which will attract to our stores another long procession of buyers today: CHILDREN'S SHOES- Bpring bed, 4 to H, black or brown kid, button and sandals, good 70c values at 50C 69C T5c .brown Kid Boots, luccu or button, for girls, to bize 2, for boys to bize 13 1--, excellent $1 quality . White, black or brown kid, nand-scwed Sandals, mibses' ana children's sizes, regular $1 grade, at The nobbiest Dress Shoes, Tor boys and girls, low or high-cut, rf ...

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. — 29 May 1897

XHJE MOBBING TI7Vr.ES, tSATLTRDAT, MAY 29, 1S97. QSme0 (M0R5IHG, EVlfIHG AUD SUHDAY.) HE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, iTILSOH HUTCHnrs, President. fiUTCIUKS BUILDIG. Tew York Offl:e: 2000 Tract Buildlne. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M0ST111.T. by CAKitisn: Morning, Evening and Sunday ... Fifty Cents Morning anil Sunday Thirty-five Conts livoniiigaud Sunday Thlrty-flvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlug.Ercniogand Sunday, 50.00 Three Months " " " " J.&0 One Yar. Morning: and Sunday 4.00 Three Months ' ' ' 1.25 One Tear, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Month " " " 1.25 Sunday only. 0110 year 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price TELnrilOJfES: Editorial Itooins. 4SG; Busi ness Office. IG4D. Circulation Statement, r The circulation of The Times for the ucek ended Saturday, May 22, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, May 10 23.746 .Monday. May 17 60,021 Tuesday, May 18 38,628 Wednesday. May 19 '. 38,395 Thursday, May 20 38,612 Friday, May 21 38,391 Saturday, May 22 38,508 Total 27...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 May 1897

J-rfV -r7 THE HOKNIKa TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1897. 5 T"" CORSET DAY at LANSBURGH & BRO. Price, SL50- For tlie comfort of the la dies who indulge in the fash ionable sport of wheel riding, as well as for others whose figures require a short-hip corset, the well-known W. B. firm have recently manufac tured a corset like the one above illustrated, which is es pecially adapted for all athletic purposes. This corset has short hips, made adjustable by means of a silk elastic hip sec tion. Long waist, high bust; two side sleds on each side. All sizes, from 18 to 30. Price, S1 .50 A 68c Summer Corset for 30c. Just think what a saving, and on a corset that we can rec ommend. We will be open until 9:30j o'clock tonight. jwaswaw y"J 420, 422, 424, 426 rth St. X ffe -fc ''. x l Your I I Promise J I Gets a I I Bicycle ! I S Tell us you'll pay for it weekly A or rnontlily-110 notes, no interest. 9 We bell tlie kind of wheels that wo w d are not AFRAID of. That's why 4 we give the htoutest g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 May 1897

3eSvPt - ,-a-s"'s THE MORKiaTG TJMJIg, BAffURDAYj MAY 29, 1897 See that wheel? -it's the Overland! --tfe sSEES X:3C3eX3C3C3C3C3CX:3C3C3C3C3CX3C3CX3C3X3C3C3C . 1 I i I . - i - -9 J Et,. - 5 l- TI!l!?l-i'N- Sr IBEKHolf flrBftj?5 j f gfjpK h i I ' r . cjr Wv kl p ' MIfo 5VI IT (D i K K The "OVERLAND SPECIAL" at $60 is the equal of any $100 wheel. . -. -. The "OVERLAND" Regular Model at $50 is a magnificent machine. rr 500 "Overlands"" are on the streets of Washington today, giving splendid satisfaction to their riders ask them ! The "OVERLAND" is boltless has outside reinforced joints boltless detachable sprocket special rear. sprocket adjustment patent handle bar clamps and many other exclusive improvements. One year's guarantee. Hi $100 "Sylphs" at $80. We offer the celebrated Boltless "Sylph" regular $100 model with a year's full guarantee at eighty dollars $80. This perfect wheel stands unappcoached, it has every improve ment, and is the handsomest bicycle made. Choice of tires, sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 May 1897

TBLB KQBOTNe: TIKES, gJfiUHDAY, MAT 20, 1897. cmrncii xonciis. BEVENTH-DAY ADYENTISTS At cnurch, .on Eighth street uoitiieast, be tweCu F and u. this morning, Sabbath whom at 10. ana pienchlng at ll:u, uy Eldcr S. B. Ilortou. Tomoirow, Sunday, evening, at a o'clock, the subject or I lie Olbcouihe will be: "The Faith Once De livered to the Saints." Public invited to ail services. lt THE SALVATION. ARMY -Commander ami Consul booth-Tucker, of New York, -will lead meetings Sunday and Monday, May 30 and 31, as follows: Sunday, 11 a. m., a. A. Tent, Oth and Q sts. nw.; jmhi day, a p. m.r Congregational Church, 10th auu G sts. nw; Sunday, a p. m. Church of- the Covenant, lUUt and N fits, nw.; Monday, a p. in., H. A-. Tent, 9th ami Q sts. nw. It MONEY WANTED AXD TO LOA.V. " LOANS MADE" on household furniture, v .pianos, typewriters and bicycle storage jioiiutict:etiJt ntlow ruies: moui'y ru be had' rhe day vou apply for it. Address LOANS, this olilce. iuy27-3t WANTED $4,060 at 0 I eiccnUlir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 May 1897

- ?& r . 3gg, vtw. jir,?'?s "- ,C, THE MORNING TXMKS SATURDAY, MAY 2&, 1897. qyS6Miti pmnmnmfflmmmfmmnimmmmmmiHHwntfnffiffimmfflmmmfflmmK 5E fi4Qf HAS RED SIGNS. 3 I t I JOHNSTONS, 729 Tth St, "3 r&r&l ?r X'rl - V m hiouno for "sweat-shop" clothing, nor do we traffic in "job lots." You can make a little money feel big here, and everything is as advertised, or a UiTTLiE BETTER. Not one of TENNILLE' S cus tomers is allowed to go away dissatisfied, for we SDLL to sell again. We are now offering For Men. t This Is No ! A D : : t t t t t TENNILLE i 709 7th St- N. W, ""'$& I C'i'it Seven hundred Men's Stylish Tweed t t ir Suits, perfect ntting; ,n4-4(S worth $11 iTT Five hundred Men's Suits In plaids, checks ami mixtures; stjllsh and well-wearing. They're wortu 12 Three hundred Men's .Mack Clay Worst- a, ie ea Suits; made to sell at ,b().40 $5.48 For Children. Twelve hundred pairs OHILUKCN'S DUCK PANTS, worth a quarter a pair One thousand Children's Wash Suits; wortu 7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

" "- " i 3-Jis-fjr XJjr?-V Qr - f - "T5; Tha Cremation of THS TIMES YeitarJay WAS , WEATHER PROBABILITIES. .,-T t Al r. fc For the District or Columbia and Mary land, partly cloudy weather Sunday; Mon day probably rah; slightly wamejnrl able winds. tme. L:V. L WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MOItNTNGr, -MAy 30, 1897 TWENTY PAGES. THEEE CENTS. NO. 1,167. fSyg j"' thc $ -&jj E - -i BnEiii - lihv1 ' i i iir u v . ! wiawu WW h. im i" COPIES. kS . PME1GJJI Til The Peace Negotiations Will Be Lorn; and Tedious. QUIBBLES OF THE DIPOMATS The Mystery ot tlie Individual At titude of tlio Power Mutual Ad miration Society ot the Sultun and the Kaiser Working- to Ger many's Financial Betterment. . London, May 20. Both sides detiie to gaiutiiue before peace shall be concluded between Turkey and Greece, and Uiere is no longer a doubt that the negotiations will be long ana tedious The state of public opinion in both countries is one of the reasons. The tenuis will finally be more moderate than the militaiy p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

fe-yf - - S?4- ' -AT "SJSS " Jf ' THE MOBfliyiJHESiSIi;srPAY, MAY 30, 1897. J 2 P$ 9 x ijUMjtjjUM.iijjjjijiJijiJii.ti.a3n l IV.1 I J" .y 2 hVx OTflffiY r v COME Take m 3ljUjlJi"MUMIUUMMMMMMIMMMMIMiif 0BJECTI01S TO -JHGELL Armenian Sympathies Arouse Turkish Opposition. THE SULTAN ASKS QUESTIONS ICo rortnal Protest Agaiiwt Our Xew Minister to Turkey, 'iiut tle Stnto Department Heciuested to Define Hi- Special Duties :Noti. Thought He YVMIl He Hc-Jocted. Many Inquiries were made at the State Department yestcrdav concerning the pub lished accounts of the objections of the Sultan to the appointment of Dr. James B. Angell as minister to Turkey Among the earliest; callers at the department was Senator McMillan, of Michigan, who ap peared to be greatly disturbed over the reports Secretary Sherman and Aa sistant Secretary Day would make no explicit denials or admtsbions as to the truth of the reports, but bccmtd to be lieved that Dr Angell need not rear that the Porte win refuse to receive h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

s r ; - Aisxft. $' "rs"---- - "y"" "'&" :JJ" , " -r THE MORNING. .TIMES, .BffNffAT, MAY 30, 1897. 3 r . aonsafaaasjgjRci 5 Open lsi Day Tomorrow. 1 $10 and $12 i Suits for o UT of the host 'sales ' that have sprung up all around, here's one that's perfectly honest and legitimate. As we told you before we secured a manufacturer's stock of Men's Fine Spring and Summer Clothing at a great sacrifice thus enabling us to offer you the banner bar gain of the year. Dver since the sale started -we've been thronged with buyers all the evidence you could want of the public's appreciation of our efforts. We say that such clothing values have never "been known before and when you come and see for yourself you'll say the same thing. The suits are in this season's newest styles fashioned by the very best tailors. No store in town that wouldn't ask $10 and $12 for like qualities. Our price is $6.25. $2.50 to $4 Trousers, $2. Special lot of Men's Fine Dnglish Striped and Cheviot Trousers that ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

J0' c? THE MORKIG 031MES, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897 flT -1K My Dear Tom: Yours just received, pay tho car tare yourself, THIS is what it means : a ' s ' y . -v . 7 - y v , TirTBIilW 1 I Til n MBlSWWWiFli n MMB IB" -j Ji n ffi HEjiriiv i b rKHife?SP"r I n VaraR Y I I f n Hffilraar b WSifcf W I b BSf V h BvH I b 1BH nj y n ML BevV. b 5BICYCLCS IGHTY ' DOLLA aaaaacaaacgeiaaaaaaHargaaaaaaaasaaigaaaaBanBacgaa This Is What She Wrote Him: May 28, 1897., BE INDEPENDENT The best wheel built. S10G.OO 80.00 A good Bicyclo Suit 8 00 A good Bicycle Cap , o A good BIcjc'o Sweater $2.50 A good Bicycle Lani? 83.00 A good Bicyclo Cyclometer. 81.50 A good -Bicycle Bell ao A good pair of Shoos, , $3!so S20.00 19.90 Left for car fare. .10 THAT'S what the new prices on 1897 Ramblers mean, per slip attached. Affectionately yours, MAMIE. Washington, D. C. Hew List Trice j for 1897 M&l BICYCIES. Singles. 18 J. Tandems. S1C0. Gcrmnlly & Jeffery Mfg Co. He will ride a RAMBLER out to tho International Park...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

SSffPSfsSS "frr-v " wi c5.S $100. to all alike. 1 lAMONGTHE f During the past week one has heard little in cycling circles save of Decoration Day races and Decoration Day runs. Many of the clubs and Individual riders left town yesterday for periods of time varying from twenty-four hours to a week, and If they experience tho usually good weather of early June their outings should be thor oughly enjoyed. Much interest is being manifested In the race meet, which will take place at Inter national I'ark tomorrow under the control of the Cycle Board of Trade, and it will probably be the best event of the kind yet held in Washington. All that time, money and energy can accomplish has been done to make the affair a success, and Manager Gettingcr has secured some of the best amateur and professional talent in the country, and thlsin-faoo oftbofactthatthls Is one of the recognized days for big events throughout the country. In the profes sional class there will be such well-known men asCharle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

' -' " ?" - --f e 1 , r THE MOKNINGr TIMES, SUNDAY, 3IAY 30, 1897. 6 "-' -S-'y '",1 '"J Cimcjtf tKORKIHG. EVSKIHG AED SUTOAY.) BT THE WASHINGTON TIMES C0MPJ1NY, iTILSOH EuTCHDJS, PresWeEt. I1UTCHIN5 BUILDINU. Xsw Tork Office: 2030 Tract Bullalap. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. SSoTtrmx. jit Cakiueh: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Titty Cents .Morning cud Sunday Thlrty-ftvo Cents L'v ouing and Suuday Thlrtr-fivo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng,Evcningimd.Sanday, S8.00 Three Months " J.50 One Year. Morning; and Sunday.......... 4.00 ZTirce Mouths " iX One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.00 Tlirce Months " - 1.2 Sunday only, onoyear i.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 4S0; Busi ness Office. IG10. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the veetc ended Saturday, May 0, 1S97, teas as -follows: Sunday, May 23 23.874 Monday. May 21 .. 37,543 Tuesday, May 2o 38,432 Wednesday, May 20 .. 38,492 Thursday, May 27 38,244 Friday, May 28.......

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

cw--. v ' ? - 7sr,l,r''C!s ; " ? K-3. t"s - - THBMOBNtNG, TIMlfls; USDAYJMAY 30, 387. "V IEHE i-qhi-T THE PALAIS ROYAL THE PALAIS KOYAL THE PALAIS ROYAL f HE PALAIS RbVAL THE PALAIS ROYAL THE PALAIS ROYAL THE PALAIS ROYAL n SUMMJRXresses arc many, but the des tined favorites are .those made of pure Irlsli Iflnen and Crispene. " The last mentioned is a substantial but porous fabric, requiring- no lining-. The colors are red, blue and brown. Those made up with -white braid trimming, asinthe illus tration, are to be $6.98 instead of $898 during the "Opening." Similar Suits of pure Irish Linen, with linen braid trim ming, are also $6.98 instead of $8.98. BICYCLING now iuterests most xo efi and women, Summer needs for men are the new wool shirts with white linen col lar band and cuffs, 89c instead of $1.25 dur- lug Ulb WJUUlllg. XU1 lilUtCS (HE UiC UC) suits of Denim, Crash and Irish Linen, as in the illustration. $4.44 instead of $5 during the "Opening." The fair bicyclist's new White S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

4 &zrrr -x-3 - - ' - s- - J THE MONXgfa IMES, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. jr 7 ; jr"? J i ; "j feusburgh & Bro. "We will bo open tomorrow Deco ration Day until 1 o'clock. This Excellent Wrapper, Easily Worth $1,39,, 98 This neat-fitting Wrapper is made of good quality lawn, in all the desirable shades, light and dark effects, tight-fitting lining to the waist, pointed yoke front and hack, edged with a neat ruffle, wide girdle, turnd-own collar, mandolin sleeves, extra wide skirt, full length. All sizes in stock, from 32 to 46 inches. SPECIAL PRICE, 98c. THIS SKIRT M f "bring G8c This underskirt is made of extra fine quality striped gingham, full width, with 6-in. flounce;! finished with a neat head ing, gored at the top on a yoke band, with draw string. Lengths, 38, 40 and 42 inches. Only 49 C 420, 422, 424. 426 7th St. Your Promise I Gets a I Bicycle ! I A Tell us you'll pay for !t weekly A or montlily no notes, no Interest. K w "We sell the kind of wheels that we f 4 are not AFR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

'&' i I? THg MOBRiyq TIMB9.: SUNDAY MATT 30r 187. DR. HEISERS Static Electrical Machine Relieves Obstinate or Long-Standing Diseases and Invigorates the Entire Body. BRAKEHAN SEOTBTA TRAMP A JEALOUS G!HL REVENGE . MUNYON CURES CATARRH INVESTIGATE B$0RE INVESTING C. V Poland,, of Alexaidria, Seri ously Wounded. SB 5 m Shoots Her Rival, Then Turns the Pistol on Herself. Things are not always what they seem. Skim milk masquerades as cream, Shoddies, pass for patent leathers, Jackdaws strut in peacock's feathers." Juiuc. R. Cut on a Candidate for the Democratic- Nomination for Ueotouunt Governor. PROMINENT SOCIETY BELLES The following is botfrlnterestFrig; pnd alluring! AND n t mbEEZ!?""1 It Cures Fnrnlyslt, Stiff Joints, .Neu ralgia, Nervous Dlbcn&es, and All Muscular Pains. The pains and aches disappear as if by magic. CATARRH AND DEAFNESS Rheumatism, Dyspepsln, Kidney Ti ouble, Liver Complaint, AaUinm, Bronchitis, Femulo Troubles., Headaches, Colds, Coughs and All Throat, lun...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

k-- r- THE MOBNiyQ TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 10 -e? , T -t BRICE FILES HIS ANSWER Reasons Why His Table Liuen Bills Remain Unpaid. CRESTS CAME MUCH TOO HIGH Jlilllotinlre Ex-Senator, Sued by His Iseedlewoumn fcr Emliroiteiy "Work, Alleges Overcharge Iliuli Price lor the Brice 3JouogrAiii ou ZS'npltlnis Compromise Lecliuwl. Through life attorney, Mr. Walter V. It. Berry, ex-Senator Calvin S. Ill ice hasliled an aiibwer to the suit entered against hiui ten days ago by Mrs. Mary "W. raxton.a dealer iu line art ueedlewoik, who fiir nisheri the -wire of the defendant -vltli a quantity of fine and elaborately-worked table liuen, ior which, lt was alleged, she ffflb to have been paid $-128.50. The millionaire rallioud king, in his nnswer, clainiB a tender or $fct.C2, and alleges that only that amount is due Mi b. Paxton, there having been no agreement as to the pticc to be paid for the -work. .After the articles had all been delivered by the lady the amount offeied her -was S2SS.G2, but...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

sssss3r-r -5 -, - . Z r- -,- -V vV V TJBLB MOBKLNQ yiMJgUKlAY, Mil1r 10, 1891. 11 - v s r 5- '- & HELP WANTED MAT.E. WANTED A.' first-class clothing snles-""-iiian, one who can dress windows pre foired, to go to The Hub, NoWoJk, Va.; good salary and permanent pobition to ' right partv; idl coiiimuii.taUonH eonriden, tliil. AddfehsH.WURTZBURGER&SONS, 849-351 N. Gay Bt., Baltimore, aid. lc 'WANTED Partner in Jlghlmnnurac-turiiigr business: must be capable of laking charge: Sl.OOO. upward. WHhELS, this of rue. ni30-3t WANTED I'artncr with 25 to go iu the photograph business. Address. V. L ,thi- omce. , lt WANTED Young man as salesman, mutt he up to date, termed anu energetic; jwod pay and abort hours. Apply .Monday , 10 a. in., to G. X. RUNDEL, 940 N. Y. avc. It WA NTHO Reliable salesman on large com-niK-jioO; $10 to 420 easily made a day, Beau 60c Tor a tuples in t . KLiMCOW fc CO., 22(151 Oak st., JJaliimore, Md. iiiy2D-Jt-eiu WANTED A man to attend to lunch coun- tet; only o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

V. Ji- . THE 'MOB NDSTQ ..TIES.: SUNDAY, TSUBg 30, 1897. 12 r- - . ' We'll be- open a half day tomorrow to sup ply any or all wearing apparel wants which you may have overlooked. We have a choice line of the proper Suits, Shoes, .Hats, - Furnishings," . . Bicycle Suits, Golf Hose, Sweaters, etc., for men and boys, and all at lowest prices (quality consid ered) in America. Big value in the ROGERS & CO., New York, stock of Men's Suits at SIXTY CENTS QN.THE-DOLLAR. BiNSON & CHERY GO 12th and FSts. N.W. ktd City Brevities. The police lieutenants, have been notified to instruct their men to see that no cement is mixed on I he an.halt roadways of the city for Hie reahon that it leaven an un sightly and ineradicable slam. Eecipe for natural punch. 14 Chr Xander's Va Port, 1-4 of ins Ya Claret; und 2-4 water. No sugar needed Pride of Va Port, 75c qt.; Va. Port (ord.), 50c. qt Summer Clarets, X., 75c. fot 5 qts ; XX, $1 for 5 qts Ives, $4 doz.; Norton's, $5 doz. 000 7th st. It CIIlLD...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

-'p53? 5 V J& tCtmeu WASHINGTON, SUNDAX,MORNING, MAT 30, 1897. mht -Pages t.J:o'a ymmimimtMmmMMm mm mmmmmm l Wo Close Tomorrow at 1 o'Clock. 3 I Tomorrow from 7:30 to 1 p. m. a We shall offir to you tlie following- 3 1 Great Shoe Chances. f Ladies' $3.50 Brown Kid Button Boots, Genuine hand-sewed welt soles, on the new egg-shape toe. The nobbiest, softest, and prettiest shoe we've sold this season. All sizes and widths Men's $4 Oxford Ties, Of finest French Calfskin, with sealskin back, or of best Patent Leather; also Brown Russia Calf and Vici Kid Oxford Ties, with neat pointed toes j Wm. Hahn & Co.'s j z RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES,' z 930 and 932 Seventh St. N. W. 1914 and 1916 Pa. Ave. N. W. ; E 233 Penna. Ave. S. E. ilUlUUlUliiliiliilllliill Wi UMIiUUlJlMl UlllUilUlUllUiiUliUUllllllili Skirts and Waists at Half Price. S7 Silk Skirts for $3.98. A new lot of clecantly Un called Silk Skirts, larj;c and handsome figures, extra wide aud veil lined, will cost jou clsewi ere i. Our p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

vs 14 THE MOBNISTGr TIMES; SUNDAY, MAY 30, 3897. KADAmri'S PAGE: Hl V V V I COLLEGE GIRLS. 4"hc Coinnnrntlvo Cost of u Univer sity Kdiicutlun. An a-tlclc on girls' colleges lias been floating mound in the papers, and the sum total or it is that girls ought not to try to work their -way through college: ami that it costs more Tor a girl to go through college than it does for a young man. The statement is also made that girls cannot work their way because they are unfit for ft, physically and by temperament, and because girls are not trained to do many things. Exception might be taken to every one of these statements, and supported by facjs. To deal with the last one first, the girl who wants to do so can save money In just as many ways as a boy can. She can, and sometimes does.do herown wash ing, itoning, dressmaking, mendii.g and carpenter work, to say nothing of cooking her own meals. There arc huudieds of girls who have gone through country academies, and then through college, in ...

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