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

"vXnr-KS vf y'-r- 1 THE MOBNIQTIMES, SATUJtDAY, JTJE 5, 1897 3 CATARRH TREATED FREE. While Doctor McCoy Is Teaching the People He Will Enforce His Teaching by Giving All His Treatment For Catarrh Free Lesson No. 6, Catarrh and the Bronchial Tubes. The treatment that 1b universally used all over the country lor Catarrhal troubles is the treatment that Dr. McCoy orgl natcd and formulated In 1883; the treat ment, by the way, which he vastly im proved in bis later practice. The fact that ltis his earlier treatment that is unl verbally used for Catarrh by doctors certainly en titles him to speak with authority regard ing this disease, and In the faeries of ar ticles (copyrighted) which will follow he will try to set the public and the profes sion as well entirely right upon the subject. Doctor McCoy will give the people his treatment without charge while he is teach ing them about Catarrh. He will treat them all free, simply chargingfor the medi cine, lie is not belling medicine, either....

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. — 5 June 1897

THE. MOKSTISTGr -TIMES, SATURDAY. JUNE 5, 1S97. fEimts iKQKSIBG, EVEHHfG AJfD STJlfDAT.) 1HE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, iTILSOK HUTCHHIS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Terr York Officer 2000 Tract Bnlldlne. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. JIONTiiir. by CAnniEn: Morning. Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents aicminjr-and Sunday.. Thirty-five Cents LcrSugand Sunday Thirtr-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year. MornlnK.Evcnlug and Sunday, i 0.00 Three Month3 " " 1.30 One Year. Morning and Sunday. ......... 4.00 a tree Months " " 1.23 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Months 123 Sunday only, ono yoar. 1.00 Order") by mail must be accompanied by sub scription prico. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 4S0; Bust nets Office. IC10. Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tun Times or tlit vcclr ended Saturday, May 20, 1S37, ica3 as iotioin: uiKfcy, May 23 .. 23,874 Hotiday. May 21 . 37,343 Tuesday, May 23 38,432 Wednesday, May 2S 38,492- Thr-rsday, May 27 38,244 Friday, May 28 3S.28G taturday. May 29 38.32G Totals 2...

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. — 5 June 1897

S'w- t&f. J n '"&''' & g?-ffJ?irV 5??4 THE aiOBNTKGr TIMES, SATURDAY, JXTJSTE 0, 15T. 'n RSQSQQQQ&GSaSOSV GGQQGSGSSS S s s s IANSBURGH & BUO. Take What Is g Left of Them For 29c. The few remainingsizes of our 49c. ventilating Corsets will be placed on sale this morning for29c. The sizes are as follows. 7 2 6 4 113 18 22 23 24 25 26 27 3 2 2 28 29 30 Itwould be advisable to come early to secure your size. $1.25 Hats, 75c. 0 s s & Li St if g Bi a a m it if a 8 if if 0 if I it a Wffi! iS Children's Hats, in the new mull and straw ef- fects.in all the new dainty shades of pink, blue, J Nile, red, maiza and white; t if also mull wash Hats in all if sizes, that have been sell- g ing for 51-48 and $1.25; g your choice of these for (3 75c. 8 420, 422, 424, 426 rtb St. GSSQSSSSSSSQSQSSGSSSSSGQS X & .' .-.x I FREE 1 j S Bicycles, S J Saddles J I arid Tires j J Kept in J J Repair One j S Year Free S tf That's our guarantee to all who buy wheels ot un No matter wlat ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 June 1897

-? - a i,-;i''-fr"'"rji'.rj"ij--" -J3s -, 14 ESBS-rtS' '- THE 310RN1NGK TIMES, SATUKDAX, . 0 UJXJU 5, 1897. 6 SA Jrvs-ivJ ,C?s tr- --te K-V-C BOYS' DUPLEX SUITS HALF PRICE. MOTHERS here's the bsat opportunity you'll have this season to buy the boy a Suit. We're groins to c!oso out our entire "stock of "Duplex" Suits at exactly half prlco to make room for other lines. They're in Dark and Fancy Mixtures, sizes 3 to 8 years. Today you can take your choice of The $5.00 Suits for $2.50 The $6.00 Suits for $3-00 These Duplex Suits are practically two suits in one. When closed it's a Double-breasted Reefer Suit and when thrown open a Fancy Junior, with wide revere. Very convenient isn't It? Boys' Suits for $1.48. A special lot of Boys' Short Pants Bults.in Black and Blue Cheviot and Fancy Mixtures Double-breasted and Reefer stylos. Sizes 3 to 15 years. Worth S2 and $2.00, Your choice, $1.48 A specjallotof Boys' Short Pants Suits, in Plaids and Fancy Mixtures, Double-breasted and Reefer sty...

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

i sf'vrr " S'rtf'- ' - V THE "MOJRJSONGj1XBIES,SXTUIIDAY, JUTE 5, 1897. J aiONHV -VA XTKD Ay I TO LOAL IfliWE loaned ou collateral beftifiUes; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL, this office. e4-3t.ern 2i.NL- TO LOAN-FrotU So to 550; no chattel mortgageH required: money ad vanced on bicyelca: negotiable paper bought Room 8, Central Building. jcl-7C . TmANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT . cral, mslm no life policies, stocks, i.oiioh, utMiiig .ssoelation shares, byndlcato ccr ti! . etc No delay. Y.EUKES As BAKER, 11 10 F bt. Take elevator. ti Lv.a. -iau on FutusiTUitE, HQRSfcS, ETC. Loans maJeon Furniture, Pianoa. Houses. Wnirona, etc- , ai lowest lates autJ quickest poasiMe tunc. Strictly confidential. Pleabe -ll icfare .ocuri.. luaiu elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., oiu V ttiect northwest. MONEY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5 aud 6 1-2 per cent, ou D. C. real eatate; S250, tsuo. etc., at 0 per cent, all transactions conducted witu economical consideration for borrowers. WILLIAM li. BAUNUKUrt ..-...

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

-1 THE 310KNTNX2 TIMES, SATUBDAT, JUNE 5, 1897. 8 i-'6ss THE TALGQTTSENTENGE Defendant Fined $250 for As saulting Five Little Girls. JUDGE KIMBALL'S REASONS Said Ho Und No Doubt tlio De fendant "Was Guilty of the Ueiii-oii- Crimea, Unt on Account of His Feeble Physical Condition "Would Xot Imiirlfeou Him. Sentence was imposed uron Alfred B. Talcott, the a cert electrician of the Capitol, la the police court je-erdny for debauch ing fie little giils, the ''eldest not jet fourteen, of. which crime be as conilcted about three weeks ago, as iully detailed in The Times. Moved by the praj era of Talcott's counsel and by a letter from tiii) family phjf-ic'an, stating that he could not survive imprisonment, and in ccnsldoi ation of the fact that the cousictlng Jury recommended mercy, Judge Kimball con tented to make the penalty a line instead or a jail tenUnuj. Accordingly the of fender wart fined $50 in each ca&e, or 250 Talcott was biouchtup from thcBlstrli t Jail to lccelic sentence ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

" P &'$'&&'& " " - fi t Ia." V " -s ' rr The Circulation of THE TIMES Testerday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. title For the District of Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, fair; slightly warmer; Yanlable winds. COPIES. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1S97 TWENTY PAGES. ISO. l,lT4. THR-EJG CENTS.' ji5?2 --,. " ' j tbc r aflafflBu! ,,! " . V WEYLER IS W TO LEAVE lie Knows a Liberal Cabinet Will Mean His Recall. DENUNCIATION OF CAMPOS It Is the Impression in Havana Tlint Senor Dupuy do Lome Will Not Be Disturbed The Cuban Forces Have Two Successful Skirmishes With the Spaniards. Havana, via Key West, June C Gen. Weyler has arrived in Havana. It is said that he is prepared to embark for Spain, leaving the Marquis of Ahumada in ' command of the island as soon as the news comet that a Liberal cabinet Is in power In Spain. The press censor has not yet permitted the details of the cabinet crisis in Spain to be published here. Many reports, are in circulation, some affirming t...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

M ,"- ? '7 THE HORNING J TIMES, SUNDAY, JUSTE 6, 3897. 22 V, J0&7i?I" 1 MM 11 THE WOOD PILE An Exposure of iho Beneficiaries of the Lumber Scliedtile. MADE BY THE FOREST KINGS Senntor Vest, Jones of Arlmiihas, uimI PeUlgrcw Let in the Light on Special Legislation Mr. Bacon Lands the Dleanre An Educa tionul Debute. The Senate listened yesterday for the greater part of the session to the reading of all the unfinished parts of the great revenue producer down to the sugar sched ule. It was a good stopping place It gives a breathing spell until Munday, or uutilMr. Aldricli gets better, when the niist interesting debate of the session undoubt edly will be commenced. Sugar talk, sugar iuuueudo and sugar in all shapes ad consistency ha been daubed all over the face of the body politic, so that some Crys tals may rorm early on the Senate debate. The wood schedule was first in order yesterday, a rather dry subject; but it "was made interesting by Mr. Jone3 of Ar kansas, Mr. Vest of Missou...

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

;-t5. -e?X.'rrp;i"'""1- "" "-, - &f!&?g&& vS jr 'T'fJ'. PC" - -" ' THE MOBNIi? TlHESr gftTNDAY, JUIJE 6 1397. w . , i .;;;::::; ;; g Great values business. Hechts never stand still ! ! When the demand tor cer tain things stops because of the season, Hechts force them out by putting orices on them that you cannot resist . In other words, in season or out Hechts are busy cannot offord to be otherwise. Cool weather has hindered the shirt waist season, but has not stopped it. It will be given a wonderful impetus Monday morning1 by the offering of a lot of $i to $1.50 shirt consisting- of the prettiest of French lawns, French madras, striped lawns and organdies with detachable collars and finished with pearl buttons. "When we say $1 to $1.50 values we mean it, and gauging values as many stores do they are worth SI. 75 and 2. You have the privilege of credit in buying- them. Two underwear offerings will be made for Monday4 that will make startling underwear selling. - ' - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

THE MOKNIUGP TIMES, SUNDAY, JUSTE 6, 1897. ;: ::;:::::::::::::::: I Bicycle; Goods :: RtUUttU. Here's a splendid opportunity for you cyclists to "spruce up" for very little money. We've put clearing-prices on a lot of desirable goods things you can't do without if you ride a wheel. The first comers will get the best choice the ones that lag behind will be disappointed. Bicycle Suits Reduced A sj)ecial lot or Men's Fine Bicycle Suits, that were S8 and $10. iteduced (Pr fin A special lot or Men's Flue Bi cycle uits, that were $10, S12. $13, and $18, re- (TO nfl duced to 450. UU Blue and brown mixed Wash Goods Bicycle Suits, (TO HP reduced to j).Zu Golf Hose Reduced. About 38 pairs or Men's Golf and .Bicycle Footles Stock ings, that were $1.25 and nrB 1-50, reduced to .. OC A lot or Bicycle Hose that were 75c. and $i, rn reduced to .. OUG Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St, i:::::::::::::: :::: 6)SSQSeeSS)QJSS3e6X3G30 GX9(SSSeSQ3S3QS3GSSX9SSGS0 r for c)Tclists in Bicycles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

-fS"-- JA &W1 -"K Si",i-i TEE MOBKISTG TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1897 art laoaaaaaKras isism as i BRaBasiiaciaaiai3!it!Siaaa3 ,- f-v ygh-t?& x 4h'V'rf'i- "? X! L 3 A MAMf TUF 5& , COLUMBIA "Standard of the World." v Stop and consider one moment. With so many cheap - wheels on the market why is it that the output of Oolumbias is constantly increasing? The. answer is obvious. Oolum bias are worth the money $100. They are the cheapest in the long run. Buy a cheap wheel and you will have the same experience as all who have tried them. You will find it's "cheapness dearly bought." We might prate about the good points of a Columbia ad libitum, but it were wasted words, for any one can talk. The Columbia is judged by its acts. Ride one once, you will ride one always. Pope Manufacturing Co. J. HART BRITTAIN, Local Manager, 452 Pa. Ave. Columbia Bicycle Academy, 12,000 feet floor space, 22d and P Sts. m m i sis'sss ssa i ssaai mmmi A NEW TENNIS CHAMPION Georgetown's Crack Player lia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

m? rr ps?v?sw .vi 6 THE MOUSING TIMES, STOTDAY. JUNE 0, 1897. jCZlmSlim 3 v -- -; r -c " -a?; v -v.fr.v -s?iS?3? -f f&imtd (KORIfDJC. EVHDTG AID SUNDAY.) "BY HBWASHIMTON TIMES COMPANY, STILSOJJ HUTCHrffS, President. StJTCHINS BUILDING. lew Tork Office: 20D0 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. JIOXTHI.Y. BV CATtniKR: Moraine Juvenilis aud Sunday.. Tift' Cents WcrnJnprana Sunday Thirty-fivo Cents i.Tclncand Suailay......Thlrtr-flvo Conts BY MAIL. One Tpar,Mornlns,Eonin and Sunday, JS.53 SlxJMoitSa " " " i 3.00 Three Months " " 1.75 Ono Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 6!x Months " " " 85 J 3hrccJUonth3 " ' ' .. J.M One Year, Ercnlnj and Sunday 4.00 SixHontha 2.23 Three Months " ... L25 feunday only, ono year........... 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied uysub- Ecription prico. Telepuoxvs: Editorial Koomg. 4SZ; Busk nees Office. lMO, Circulation Statement. 17i? rficulalion of The Times for the. tredfc aided Saturday, June 5, 1897, teas as folloKs: tvnday.May 30 23,917 Monday. May...

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

- THE MORNING TlMJEg. SUNDAY, JUKE i, 1897. fU The one great department store with a cash business may have noisy, but no actual competition. m " fi Important Sale of "Eagle" THE the rare mm Ttvo Vievs as to Its Effect on Indian Schools. HALLMAN'S REPLY TO PRATT Tbe Superintendent of the Indian Bureuu Schools Defends the Merit System lie Submit Statistics in Writing to Support His Conten Uon Other Testimony Adduced. The bpcUal inquiry by the Senate com mittee on that subject into the wot King of clil service reform laws in the -various Governmental departments, was resumed yesterday morning ut the llaltby building, the greater pait of the sluing being de voted to the Indian schools. The firt evidence wangnen by SupeilntendeutPratt, of the Carlisle Indian School, be bavins already made a btatement totheconinJttee- Mr. l'ratt expressed the opinion that tbe examinations foi places were not a prac tical tent, lie had been in the service a long time, but he did not think that be could pa...

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

&r '- .$&? -&$ P'l&z W THE' MORNING- TfSjES. JtfNDJLY, JUNE 6, 1897. 8 - Lansfcurgfr & Fro. Something New. I A Linen Wrapjper, Uooi ana Dressy, $1.98. This beautiful Wrapper Ismade of extra fine linen, some thing cool and very stylish; tight- fit ting lin ing to the waist; princess back, pointed yoke in front, with wide straps over shoulders, neatly trimmed with rows of narrow white braid and small buttons, mandolin sleeves, turn-over collar, four and one-half yards wide skirt, extra length, with deep hem; worth S2.48. For S1.98- Think of the sizes 3a to 48 ihe very thin or the extra stout can be suited here. THIS UNDERSKIRT, $1.25. Ifll lili This excellent light-weight underskirt.rnade of rustling peroaline, in pretty pal terns; a perfect Imitation of silk, made with a deep flounce, finished with rows of cording and fine black braid; made on a French yoke, with draw - string. Length, 38, 40 and 42. Special Price, $1.25. "We are the ones you wast to see when you ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

v iK'vvSj; ' THE-MORNING TIMES;: STO PAY, JUNE f5, 189T. 9 Goldenterg's Store News. The greatness What others consider "Stupendous" is but ordinary to Golden berg's. We. have our own standard of values broke away from the old standard long- ago. When others ask you to con sider their "stupendous sacrifices" use our values for comparison. Buying and selling as Golden berg's do, cost prices and selling prices must nec essarily be lower. Large quantity birying for cash commands very low prices, so that when there are reductions to be made, such as is being made in all departments just now during this Annexation Sale, there is wide chance to do it. The greatest of the other sales which you read of this morning, and their value offerings, are insignificant when compared to the values we name. In no instance have we overstated the facts exaggerated the values. No matter how much exaggeration others print, the temporary gain which may possibly come of it shall never tempt us. The greatest ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

T-HiC MORNING T1MS, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1897. 10 The World of Business. .Wall Street Yesterday. New York, June 5. A decided Increase lu the volume of business on the stock ex change tins weelc, as well as a further and general advance in juices, cannot but be construed as evidence that the change in eentimuut that -was discernible two weeks ago Is steadily becoailng more pronounced. The reasons for the more hopeful views that now prevail are obvious. They in clude comparatively rapid progress tow.ird the enactment of the pending tariff bill, assumucas from the Administration, through the Secretary of the Treasury that Its next step will be lu the dliection of currency reform, and a growing con viction that the Government will act con servatively In dealing with the Cuban bltuation. Not less Important are the favorable crop prospects and indications, based upon statistics, that the currents of foreign trade are not likely to run permanently against this country. For the first time in man...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

Jj THE MOR-NTOQ TIMES, SUNDAY, JU2SE 6, 1897. 11 HELP WANTED MALE. JTANTED Flrsl-clas taubr to work ?z cue week, paying rrom :pl5 to $48 per week. 7-10 l5Ui ut. nr. ;feU-3t WANTED A. joung uiau; bicad baker. 417 oth st. sw i ifc A N'iEu Strong white boy to drive wag on and mane nunbeir generally qseiui. Call at 515 Othnw.7 o'clock Mbndaymorn mg. lc WANTED-Amateur baseball pitcher for couuuy team, reference required. Au di ess Box 20, Strasburg, Va. jcG-Gt a ALlSMEN Luminous signs, name plates, stieet uumbero. leauuhle oaiKesb uijints; wimples free. THOMAS CO., Englewood, . HL 1C 'WA.NTED Good men to work ou commis sion Jor Hrelnsurance company. Address COMMiSbloN, tins onice. Je5-3t,em WANTED Journejmau barber for today Ifcaturduyj. 04b N. Y- ave. lt.eni "WANTED Immediately, a boy In bakery; oae who has a Utile experience. Apply at 1051 Potomac so., West Wasuiugtou. Jc5-3t-eui WAft'lJiU A wide-awake uiau to canvass ror industrial insuiance, good chance 10 rignt man, wun leiiaoie com...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

t 4&i&"7&&vFtL-' r f tf-cz:1g'i iSvp ?W5. s";?' . " " " - - - pTf r- s." p - . - -?- "r tlst "" THE MOBNTN& TIMBS.i SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 3897. Rogers & Co.'s New York stock of Men's and Boys' Suits at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR means choice of $7.50 Suits for $4.50 $8.50 Suits for $5.10 $10.00 Suits for $6.00 $12.00 Suits for $7.20 $82.50 Suits for $7.50 $13.50 Suits for $3.10 $55.00 Suits for $9.00 $16.50 Suits for $9.90 $18.00 Suits for $10.80 $20.00 Suits for $12.00 j All new nobby styles and pat terns, . made for this season's trade. Are well tailored and perfect in lit. All sizes. SON & CHERY 00 12th and FSts. N.W. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes. City Brevities. Congressman E. It. Ridgely, ot the Third Eanbas dlsti ict, will address Section Wash ingtoh of the Socialist Labor Party this afternoon at Labor Bureau Hall, C09 C btieet northwest- The meeting openb at 3-15 p m. There was a blight fire at the Masonic Hall, corner cf Pennsylvania avenue and "Fou...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

' s? -t5 ? 'IttlCfiE WASUXNGTCHSr, STJSTDAYIORNING, JUKJ3 6, 1897. sj f-VVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVV.'V I : x t Stock Must Be Reduced ! SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S Crocker's Annual Before the builders take charge we are compelled to sacrifice most desirablej and seasonable goods at a great loss, as "WiO'pre fer this method to storing part of our rstock Vacation Sale I Begins Monday! I FINE LOW-CUT SHOES ! I away into anocner Dunamg. uon reDjLms chance escape your attention. a v Got Paoes "0. io dQD-. 1 X X X X X X X X J Last week's sale was by far the larg-cst we ever had. It proves the growth of our business and that the public appreciate "RELIABLE FOOTWEAR" at "RIGHT PRICES." "We shalL continue to grow in public favor by ex cluding all trashy footwear from our shelves and by selling the very best kinds and qualities of shoes at less than our competitors charge for inferior grades. This week's" special sale of Low-cut Shoes shall be another link in our chain of successful shoe mer ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

14 THE MORNING TJM.ES SUN DAT, JUNE 6, 1S9T. PSMWVV1IIHH1 mEwka a AAf-llolHHI 11P1P5 f wf v v V Vf fvS ' W W'liglrtll A CHINESE WOMAN DOCTOR. Educated In America Countenanced by 1.1 Huns Clmug. Tlie higher education of women indul gently winked at, in special instances even upheld, by Viceroy Li Hung Chang, and through him, by the vabt riowery Empliel Such, surprising ab it seems, is the piescnt hiatus of the woman question in China, the bUH shadowy beginning of a vast bocial revolution-a result of the astute states man's Occidental tour At leabt, a mimter of his recent acts and the complacency with which they arc received by tne public bo signify. One of these, coincident with his return, v as the choice of Dr. Rachel Q. Benn, of Tlcn-Tsin, wheic is his pal tee, as physic lan to the vi ona en of his household; another, deeply pertinent, the appointment as delegates to the women's congiess, to be held in London in 1598, of two yo.uig Chinese girls, Miss "Wang and Dr. 11 u King Dug. ...

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