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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 September 1894

THE WASBTSTGTCW TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. YOU Can form no idea ol the eitent, stylo, and elegance of our now fall 6toct of Men's Clothing until you see it Don't judRe it hy'frhdt others have to show, hut come an and seo for yourself that WE have a COM PLETE stock, not a sample line. "We are particularly proud of our line of fall OVEB00ATS. It's the finest we ever had, and one of the test ones for the money is an all-wool, fast color, hlack Cheviot, lined and faced to the edge with pure dye silk, at $15.00. See it and you'll agree with ns Other Coats as low as $10 and tip to $35 for the finest on earth. Robinson, GhBFUGo., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. BVtw .Ji&fo7$SJ!Tir$KiX&!?y9JW!fVv UMBRELLAS FOR LADIES AND MEN. We know -whereof we speak when we Ear we have the largest line of Lmbrollas and C anes in V a&hingtou Prices ' talk" for themselves. felLK I MItRELLAS small rollers plain and mounted natural -n ood bandies, $2.50. $3.50, 81. 55. a...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 September 1894

WASH TIMES "VOL.!. 3TO. 1S8. WASHX3STGTOK, D. C, SATURDAY MORBUS' Q-, SEPTEMBER 22, 1891. OSTE CEJSTT. THE I ity H TF m m W mJ .&,. 8 av JH .r (fa J CHASING A TRUANT HUSBAND An Early Morning Cab Race on Penn sylvania Avenue. MESSENGER BOYS EXCITED They Bushed After the Actors in the Drams on "Wheels The Injured Wife Threatened "With a. Eevolver in a Disrep utable HonBO lawyer Field's Notoriety. There havo boon many strange sights on Pennsylvania Avenue betwoon the Treasury and the Capitol In the early hours of the morn ing, but few that have more elements of the ro mantic in thom than the ono that was witnessed on that tnoronghfaro, which is lively even after the graveyards have ceased yawning, shortly after 2 o'clock this a. m. The unusual spectacle then presented -was that of a woman a pretty one at that bare headed and being driven rapidly in n cab in hot pursuit ot another cab in which eat her hus band, who, the wife believed, was seeking n rendezvous with anotbor woman. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJBDAX, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. The Washington Times VEBY DAT THE Yr AS) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The VTasfcinatori Times Company TIMUS BUILDING, ,.r infuse amvm rrawfiTLVAiaA Avenue and Tjccth &TRET. Toiepheae Editorial Booms, 483. Bwrineee Offlee, 237. 1 tny Edition OneCent Mnday Edition.... Throe Cents. I j tbetaontb... Thirty-five Conts. rAsHINGX-OX,D. C, SEPTEMBER 22, 180L CRAIQ & EARDIKG, Furniture, "OpnolBiery, and Carpets. 18& and P Sts. K. "WT., "Washington, D. C. Washington, U. C, Sept 20, 1894. THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, City. Gentlemen: We always believed ? that TEE WASHINGTON TIMES was a good advertising medium, and now we are absolutely convinced of it , This morning whoa we opened our I doors we had 106 of the rockers to sell a $L25, on which we are making a great drive and which were exclu sively advertised in this morning's TIMES. Sy 2 o'clook this afternoon thtre was not a single one of these chairs left in the house, but people who had seen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 September 1894

THE WASHXN"&TO:N" TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1S94. 8 There Never Was a time before whoa cash had the same purchasing power that it has now, es pecially at 'THE WARREN." Here we give yon shoes which sell very where i or S and $8.60 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladh' IHrtea 9ho. (4ks 1 te m, f which m mU for i M to HiXfc Only $1.50. THE WABRhTsHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Hints for Housewives. Hiatu Cbatn yM iumUt Tr imtrk4tac t-4r. Walwjs mk r-iii.-iMt far tmtmtHtiy. Iffiv! feryeu 1 . ki.ow aboat Mmm. H wall for yon M d.. Titur MNMrLtnc M Mtr i4rnc always. j.pt a out rmaommtmAmiUum. HmuaocbW tbr immwA: owyudm: f retfb; jrie6, the Jowm. TbMt mw (ate JMMHthw: 5 ioubp of fte rtb-roM for. 25 2 pounds t strtota steak for 0 6 nw cker4 25C S pouwl ef lard 25- New cucumber pickles, per dozen. 0 Everythlng etee priced proportionally. Emrich Beef Co., Main Market and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d St. BRANCH MARKETS; 30:7 M St. N "W 5th and I Sts. N. W. 2 bt and K St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 September 1894

THE WASBIN&TO TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. The Boys Again to-day. We are ready for them Tritli the biggest, the brightest nnd best stock of Tvell-made, roliablo, and fashionable garments you evorBaw. Now and nobby styles in both dress and school suits for boys of all ages and at the most reasonable pricos GOOD clothes ever sold for. Long Pants suits for boys from 14. to 19 years at 58 and 810, garments you can depend upon to give perfect sat isfaction. Our Short Pants suits at S5 lor boys from 4 to 10 years are world beaters. Moro style, better workmanship, nnd better materials than ever were shown for less than S7 or $8 in fact you'll see them so marked even now in most any other store in town. Boys' HATS and CAPS of every stylo worn. All good qualities at same low prices as for clothes. Rotiinson, GhBruGo,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. WE Yours until 9 to-night, and to make it perfectly sure that we -won't be lonely to-day nor to night we shall of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

!!""S3555J555!"- fWTr6 ifisffjsi????? THE WA TOL.l. TO. 1S9 WASHINGTON D. C, SUNDAY MOKNTitfGr, SEPTEMBER 23, 1391. THUEE CENT, DEATH RODE IN THE STORM Fearful Loss of Life Caused By a Cyclone in Iowa. TWENTY DEAD IN ONE COUNTY Entire Villages Swept Off the Earth and Others Almost in Buins A Dancing Party in an Opera Honse Entombed, and Two of Them Taken Oat as Corpses. Alqoxa, Iowa, Sept 22. A cyclono passed through this county about 8 o'clock last night. So far as reported twenty-six people are killed and thirty-nino injured, several of them fatally. The little town of Cylinder, twenty miles west of this place, on tho Milwaukee road, is reported literally swept from the face ol the earth. About twenly-flvo miles north of that place a family named Goulden, four in number, wore killed. Tho town of White more, twelve miles west of Algona, was un harmed, but Bobert Stevenson, living four miles north, was killed, and his wife probably fatally injured. Eighteen people who sought shelter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE R'ASniNGTOS TIMES, SUNDAY, SJ5J,JTEMBEE 23. 1894. JAPil WILL PUSH THE WAR !TvO-v 'vantage to 15c Taken Before j te Ciafer Sets In. MORE TWQOPS TO THE FRONT -hty Tawuaaiin1 Mm. Oriterad to Depart at Once Matfeaal BatJrasiaain Eisen to the TTirhit MWh laa "Mikado to Eeview tin TUmw JBafore Taeir Departure. iGKoaa,fefk . Tbe Japanese gov ernment ha dadded to follow up tbe advan tage it toaa aliased against tbe C&tnese and ; ush the war witfc all possible yigar before the arrival Of wlattar. Orders have been l-ued for 80,080 troops to depart immediately lor tbe front. Tka aattoaal outlmewim aroused by the meoaates of tbe Japanese io'cos is unbounded. The military antboride nave taken pos , ion of the railway system. The Mikado n.ii review tbe troops before their departure i r Korea. It is announced officially that tbe , apanem toss m the Yaln naval battle was :3cers and 90 men killed, and 100 of ail rai.k& wounded. Ntw YowcSept. 22. Direct sews from c bum and Korea as to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. STHSTDAX", SEPTEMBER. 23, 1.S94. SENATORS LOST THE ODD Spiders JHst Managed to Win a Six Inning Contest AXDEKSON'S FAVORABLE DEBUT Slamaer Schmelz Introduced Another New Pitcher, Who "Was Not Besponsible for the Loss of the Game Orioles Cinched Their Grasp on the Pennant by "Winning. Results of Yesterday's Games. Boston, 8; Louisville, 2. (First game.) Loctsvhxe, 6; Boston, 4. (Second game.) Sew York, C; Pittxsbokg, 2. (First game.) Pittsburgh; New Yokk, 1. (Second game.) Cleveland, 6; Washington, 5. Brooklyn, 11; Cincinnati, 6. Baltimore, 9; Sr. Louis, l. Philadelphia, 9; Chicago, 6. The Championship Record. W. L, Pctj W. L. ret Baltimore.. 66 ST .097' Pittsburg.. 61 fi3 .402 New lork.. 83 44 .! Chicago.... 51 78 .425 Boston. . .. b0 46 .085 Cincinnati.. 49 71 .40$ Phila pmo 70 61 .579 St. Louis. .. 51 74 .403 Brooklyn... C7 66 .M6 tt'ash'ton... 44 S2 .JM9 CleTeland.. CI 59 .S20j Louisville.. 35 b9 .2S2 SPIDERS WON TUE GAME. Senators Were Unable to Take the O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE WASHOTGrTOlT TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894. The Washington Times ffiTDlT DXT IN THE TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington. Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Socthwest COENEK Pexsstlvaxia Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 485. Business Office, 237. JWce.Dallr Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition ......Throe Cents. JJy the month Thlrty-nve Cents. mSHINGTON.D. 0.. SEPTEMBER 23, 1891. t8tX&&&&&&&&&&&i& CBAIG & HABDING, Furniture, "Upholstery, and Carpets. 18th and F Sts. ff. W., Washington, D. C. "Washington, D. C, Sept 20, 1894. THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, City. Gentlemen: Wo always believod that TEE WASHINGTON TIMES was a good advertising medium, and now -we are absolutely convinced of it This morning when we opened our doors we had 100 of the rockers to sell at SL25, on which we are making a great drivo and which were exclu sively advertised in this morning's TIMES. By 2 o'clock this afternoon there was not a single o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894, There Never Was a time before when cash had tho same purchasing power that It has now, es pecially at 'THE WARREN." Here wo give you Bhoes which cell everywhere for IS and 8S.50 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to (which used to sell for $2 50 to $4.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, ft -3--gK?- O 1 i ! "Fixing Up" Your I Store for Fall? V Let one of your innovations be f BETTER LIGHT. Electricity is no lonRor superior than gas since 6 the invention of the I Siemens-Lunren v Gas Lamp f Bblf-h produces a more brll- liant and steadier light at one- M half the osponso. Best light for V stores, offices, libraries, eta. bold 8 or rented. m Gas Appliance Exchange, $ 14-zo n. t. ave. gSt-l 8 9- &&&&&&&&$&&&&& $&$$&& I Home Buyers 8 Will And exceptional opportunl- ties in home sites on East Wash- ingtou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, SEPTEMBER 23. 1894. C2URGHES OF WASHINGTON The Eastern Presbyterian and Its Very Popular Pastor. X HANDSOME STOXE STRUCTURE iie Geatral Methodist Protestant Church and Its Yidseitad&E Daring the Fast Sixty Years Valuable Property Owned by This Coagtwgc&Mi Though Small in Number. At tiw oorner of Maryland avenue and Sixth -rcet nortiteMt, fronting Stanton square and coking down Massachusetts avenue to the estwanl, stands one of tfce most beautiful iiflcasia the city the Eastern Presbyterian i hureh. Built of Potomac biuestone with chioaasdetofi trimmings, it is one ol the most oonspiououe buildings in the Northeast lis higk round tower fsoneof. the first objects t-rn on rencihifag the city from the north or s:ist, asd tite oatire church is viiiWo from Cfc BET. CTHHU6 C EA8TOK, D. D. :,any paints In and about the city. It is ono ii two Presbyterian churches in East Wush--iiD-ton and the only church of that deuoaaina tiou in the Northeast Its pas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTJSMJBlfllt iia, lS'Ji. AMONG SECRET SOCIETIES Some Matters of Interest to Brothers Who Meet on the Quiet AMERICAN LEGION OP HONOR 8one of the "Wort Being Done by the Frater nal Insurance Societies of the District Knights of Pythias Discussing the English Ritual and the Payment of Subscriptions. Tb American Legion of Honor, n fraternal beneficial order, has in this city about 1,000 members. This order is one of the leading fraternal orders, having a membership of 60, 000. and lins paid to tbo beneficiaries of de ceased members up to June 30, 1891, $27,000, 000. In tliis city in the year 1893 there were twenty deaths in tho order and the benefi ciaries received $51,00P; S2.328 was advanced its rebel benefit, and 1,710.23 paid as a divi dend. There is a Grand Council, composed of representatives from tho subordinate coun cils at tiiis time. Hr. J. Weed Corey is tho grand commander, and Charles S. "Willis, grand secretary. Among the membership in the ni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 September 1894

THE "WASBXSTGTOlir TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894. s TO-DAY Is the Third Anniversary of the opening at our present location. They have been three very busy years, too, for while we set a high mark the amount of business done has far exceeded our expectations, and notwithstand ing the general depression and financial stringency the past year has been by far the most prosperous one of all, for which we heartily thank 3011. For your confidence in us and your appreciation of our efforts to provide you with better and finer clothing than you had ever before l)een able to procure, has alone made our success possible, and we propose to merit a continuance of 3our generous patronage by alwa3's keeping AHEAD of ALL competi tors, as is testified by our present stock of rich, handsome and fashionable wearing apparel for Men and Boj'S. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO, Clothes, Hats and Furnishings. Twelfth and F St. First Anniversary OPEN! To-morrow, Music, 10 a. m. to Luncheon 11 No Cards. TSSpeci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 September 1894

Tw-" n&& ys "fe-vsvgf. VOL.1. ISO. 190.. WASHINGTON, D. Q., MONDAY MOBNTNGK SEPTEMBER 24, 1S91. -tf ' OXE OENT. pypr v;fh0r'KJ JAPANESE YERY RETICENT No Intimation Obtainable as to What Their Next Move Will Be. CHINESE REPORTS UNRELIABLE No Forward ovement in Korea Likely Until tho Arrivalof Count Yamagatta Stories of the Capture of Port Arthur Entirely With out Foundation Case of Japanese Spies TiCTQSii., B. C, Sept. 23. Additional gos gip of interest concerning China and Japan has been brpnght by steamers just arrived from tho two countries. Tho accounts say: Trustworthy news from the seat or war iB extremely scarce. Fictitious reports from China have been so numorous that little at tention is paid to any military or naval news professing to come from thsf quarter. Tho Japanese on the other hand are so reticent that no direct indications are to be had ,as to what is in progress. It is, bowevor, estab lished that ne forward movement would be made in Korea until after the ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 September 1894

2r THE WASLIINGTOiN TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEJDBER 24, 189. The Washington TimBS BntR7 IUT IN THE TEAR) OWKED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company twjisbuiuhng. iNOMMT amount IKinm.vjLMi. Avenue and j Yjaira Strut. t aWplwin irtltornU Rooms, 486. g husteeM Office. WT. e,I3wnjr Edition ..One Cent. UaaayE(Ution Three Conts. Jfr ti mousfc Thirty-five Cent. 15 IfiiKQTOITOK.'D. C, SEPTEMBER Si, 1BL $&&&&&Z&&& CRAIG & EABDING, Fcraitftre, Upholstery, and Carpets. IStii sad P Sts. N. W.. Washing ton, D. C. Washington, D. C, Sept 20, 1894. THE WASHIKBTGN TIMES, City. Ocrtlemen: We IfcMys believed tl at THE WABHIK QT0k TIMES was a cod advertising medium, sad now Wi, are absolutely convinced of it. This morning when we opened our iocs we had 100 of the rockers to sell at SL25, on which we are caking a g-cat drive and which were exclu sively advertised in this xnarning's TIMES. By 8 o'clock this afternoen th.re was not a single one of these cLa.rs left in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 September 1894

THE WASniSTG-TQiN" TIMES, MOIDAT, SEPTEMBER 24, 1S94. i here Never Was o time before when cash had the amo purchasing powor that It has now, es pecially at "THE WARREN." Horo "wo give you shoes which sell everywhere for $2 and $8.50 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-TJay Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to (Wttloh used to sell for 52.50 to $4.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, x&&zxz&&$& Home Buyers Will find exceptional opportuni- ties In home Bites on East Wash- lngton Heights. Located on Pa. " Ave. oxtonslon but a mil and a quarter from Capitol grounds. SiMoney advanced to build on long, easy terms. East Washington Heights. AND LEARN SOMETHING. We sell everything known to modern housekeeping on Credit at cash prices we make and lay every yard of carpet absolutely free of cost no charge for waste in matching figures No furniture dealer in this city has ever done er ever will do as inuoh. "i ou can buy here on credit without...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 September 1894

THE WASHZN'G-TON TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1S94. ' SLaca aJ L. i la our west window for tho latest and most fashionable Btvles In Men's Fall Suits. Noto tho out, the shape, and genoral appearance ol tho garments; or better still, come in and see tho wholo lino, examine the quality ol material and trimmings, and the workmanship. Try them on and see how "well they lit, and you'll agreo with everyone else who has seen them that their equal cannot be obtained ready to -wear in any other ' store in tho country or produced by any but the very best custom tailors. Then, too, look at the prices 810, S12, S15, 18, and up lor garments that are abso lutely perfect. Robinson, Gheru Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. What is More Attractive Than a protty faco with, a fresh, bright com plexion? for it use POZZONI'S POWDER. Utfea HaniTLanoilnr. Srlctly All Ironing Done by Hand. 801 R St. N. W. 3y25-tf w.B.S down, and Just as much monthly wo will sell you one of those superb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 September 1894

WA IMES WASELTSTGrTOiN, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. ONE CENT. "VOL.1. jSTO. 191. SHINGTON HE FODND HIMSELF RUINED John G. Olberg Causes the Arrest of His Counterpart, A. A. Russell. MRS. OLBERG IS ALSO ACCUSED Hie Is Bald to Have Aided Sussell in Deeding Away Her Husband's Property The Ar rested Man's Resemblance to Olberg "Used as the Basis of an Infamous Conspiracy. It has been a matter of comment for many mouths that John G. Olborg, of tho Indian Office, end Alexander A. Russell, a spelcal pension ex aminer, are as alike as two peas In a pod. Ao Uualtitanr es, "Who know both men, have often epuken uf their Dromio-llko resemblance, and Live mistaken one for the other when passing en the 'treet, or under conditions not f aTorable to immediate recognition. Consr juently when It was noticed among the clerks m the Pension Office that Mrs. Olberg, pho.s employed in the same division as Russoll an 1 Las a desk near to his, was quite familiar in Lcra-uons toward the latte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 September 1894

THE WASFXN&TOIN TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. The Washington Times fEVXKY DAT 1A THE YK AK) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIJtES BUILDING. socthwbbt cokntk r-nstltajol ayxnue iso Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 485. Business OBice, SS7. rrtco,D4l!- Edition OnoCeat Sunday Edition Three Cents. T the month Thirty-live Cents. AYASHDK3TON.D. C, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1894. Strong Tnonds for The Tiracs- "HlUBQUABTBMS DlBTBICT AS6EMBIA, No. 6G, KXHHfTC OF liABOK Win)wm', D. C, September 21, 1894. "Me. A- Matibioe Iow, Business ilanagor WAsaixoTOh Tikes. "Dbab Sib: At the last regular moating of District Assembly 6G, Knights of Labor, The Washixoto, Times was heartily indorsed and the support of tho Assembly was pledged to advertisers in The Times. "C. T. Walpobt, "Boeording Secretary." GIVEK OJJIGEXY IS TWICE GIVEN. The Tcxsb' Juad lor the fire sufferers grow a little yesterday, notwithstanding the fact that dumb contribution boxes of Sunday had just drawn out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 September 1894

TJ3EE WASHOTGTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S94. 8 There Never Was a time before -when cash had the name purchasing power that it lias now, es pecially at 'THE WARREN." Here we give- you shoes which sell everywhere for S3 and $3.50 for only $2.65. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 354, (which used to sell for $2 50 to Si 00), Only $1.50. THE WARRhTsHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, y-rf'X'S'','VS'-S'VS..'''WN. I Home Buyers "rt ill find exceptional opportunl- ties in home sites on East Wasb- ington Hoighis. located on Pa. "Ave extension hut a mile and a quarter from Capitol groun Is. fBiaonoy advanced to build on long, easy "terms. East Washington Heights. Thore is hut one Peerless Credit Sys tem it's OURS and it is tho result of almost thirty years of constant study and experiment. Every distasteful feature of credit buying has been blotted out and to-day we are ready to furnish your house for a slmplo promise t pay not a note to sign not a pen...

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