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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

. iw-s:-',"-f T-' irfr-?- ajsswt--: ,---;- .?jrJ?.' s-cjjTr-Vp v-?P?a''-",-"! P THJS MORNING TIMES SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1895. JUST A COMEDY OF ERRORS AT THE BON 1IAKCIIE s3-j - -ifSff-. mmmmm , ' "C OUTER GARMENTS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. . P Opening Exhibition Begins To - We are ready are you? You know what this heralding means. Lansburgh's Garment Exhibitions are always attended by the stylish ladies of Washington. We have certainly reached thetop notch in the estimation of all the Washington ladies for the style and general make up of our outer garments. You are all welcome to-morrow and every day this' week to help admire the countless styles. Here are a few illustrations for you to think over. FIT AND . FINISH PERFECT. Remember, we guarantee anything connected with the sale of the garments we stock-the PRICE, the STYLE, the FIT, the FINISH, the WEAR. This ought to speak volumes. We have been your "Coaters" for 35 yea.rss.-anl to he it always. LANSBURGH & BROTHER, 420, 422. 42...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

' v's"SJCrX5aV ' fat-rr5-- 3S jsr-gi3ri - - -if-r- TnE aronyryq- times, skspat, ociobjjh 8. isos. 6 SI We do a bis business and that is why we can afford to sell goods at very low prices. There is always an Bedsteads, Carpets, Baby Carriages, Parlor Suites, Bedroom Suites, Hat Racks, . Tables, Etc., Etc. 13 5 llyVV 5 T w r woes Your Daoy Need a $40 Carriage? Every sixty days we shall give away a grand $40 Baby Carriage to the mother of the t the conditions : For CO Jays we shall recolro otes ortbs most popular tabj It Viashlngtou. Every pnrchase of a nairot shoes orslippers entitles th purchaser to a vote, and tho Totes will he kept and counted at the end of CO days, when the mother or relatives of the baby receding the most votes will be presented free of any eharee with tho splendid I0 Carrltgs mado expressly for this competition. For full particulars apply at our store. "1 ho carriaje n 111 bo exhibited In our window on Thursday. Special Shoe Prices for Monday (0U pairs L,auics U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

-. i.v-;rT--i-AlPi,rt':- THE -MORNING- TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1895 X m ffjf cotton and wool if it be cotton and wool black if it be black, and to tell you if the suit fits or not. We have been busy for the past month or more stocking up counter after counter full of new suits. We have been careful of our reputation and picked only the best. We be "lievewe have the dressiest $io and $15 suits ever brought to Washington. All we ask is an inspection. We have been awarded the contract for sup plying the uniforms of the High School cadets, solely upon the merit and general superiority of style, cloth and make-up of our suits for the price. We propose to live up to the sample. We have added a complete line of Baseball and G3'muasium paraphernalia,and we can prom ise you the same low prices characteristic of the rest of our stock. Parker, Bridget It Go. " 315 Seventh Street t ffc&Vfc&k Its "Away Up BQjagggay The W- D. HADGER, 1024 Conn. Ave. L 0-2S03& &4--P D The Place f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

-- -eMJrf,SS S-r 7 THE MOBJTOTG TIMES. SUNDAT. OCTOBER 6. 1895. THROUGH AN( OPEN SWITCH A WE HAVE SET THE PACE IN SHOE SELLING Engineer and Brakeman Killed in a Fast Freight Wreck. . OF GOOD THINGS in Fall Wearables awaits you HERE. The cream of the Clothing markets of the world is yours to select from. Garments that are worthy of us as makers and worthy to be worn, (as they will be) by the best dressed men of Washington. Train Bashed Tnto a Turntable Tit und the EiiKlnennaJlliie Cars Were Demolished. J-iPSMW FRAST- Popular prices, these, and the selection we offer you this season will make them still more popular. All fabrics cheviots, worsteds, cassimeres, tweeds, etc. plain, solid colors and neat stripes, checks and mixtures. Newest shades and colors in double and single-breasted sacks and cutaway frocks cut in the correct fashion and tailored to FIT. $10 TO $15 There's a range of styles and fabrics in both light and heavy weight in these grades of Over coats to suit any- and all...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

fcS-J.J4?8- ''Sfjfe' -- " ! r-H """-" - ?-" ""-'"-" n ft rrsstr w- j c -. Pari 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES! "WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING OCfroBBER 6, 1895. 5 J'9 JRCUABLUW82 5 I $ HSJN The Greatest Shoe Sale of The Century! "We builded wiser than we knew." Last Sun day morning we announced that we would open the Fall Season by selling the bestand most stylish shoes in Washington at HALF usual profit to off set the advance in leather. By doing so we In tended to double our usual lively business. Dur ing the last-six days, however, we sold THREE times as many shoes as ever before In the same given time. This is positive proof of the confidence we enjoy in this community and we shall continue to merit it by selling the bestshoes obtainable AT THE SAME RATE until such time as the price of leather drops or the incomes of our wage-earners Increase. To-morrow's Temptations. At $1.25. Ladles splendid lacel or button don tola, boots pliln or patent leather tip other dealers call them cheap a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

fEfcier :-..j.--2$Bj-r rAT"5 THE HJOBKCffO TlMjgS, STOJTDATr; OCTOBER , 1895. 10 f T "--W J f$ The Safest and Best Field for InTestment. Capital Is alirajs seeklns safe and -profltablo Investment the most Inviting flcld to-day Is cotton nmnclacturiks In the Soma, '1 hero la piobably no well-man- Cotton Mills In the j South earning 10 to 25 per cent. f r--.- HiTm r TTnTf T of thorn, producing over GO i-or cent uf t bo annual imp of the world, while It has onlr3,0J0,00JsnindIes.orabojt 4 percent of the total number In the world. llio South's cotton is now shipped from 1,00 to 3.0 C miles to mills In .Nw I ncland onl Great Hrltaln, is manufacturedln mlUj whtre cial costs from t-lM a lou and over, and where lUlns Is eiiwisiro. Th tendency if tulj industry Is i.ow southward, becsusnof the uuoiuullcd a vaut.i?esof this section. So other Industry proinuoi such sure and certain returns on the Investment The Newport News Cotton Manufacturing Co. Offer to Investors, both to large and s-naU (a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

F3S-gs5FS!fl."' ,"- - V -JKtI'!- .-rtV, --. a n? THE MOBNIa TIMES, SU1$$4.Y, OCTOBER 6, 1890. 11 K-ssr-5; J?sp!3s I ' r smj vt f joiT)' y g g&s. s 1 ,5J. i C llf I kM Ite VI. VI 4 U V KV CLOAKS! Therms grace in every inch of those new fall coats. Such an indefinable "chic- tiess" about 'em. They lend , . . quite a distingue air to the wearer. It isn't a bit too early to purchase. The weather, though, impresses that fact more forcibly than we can. LOOK at our as sortment, anyhow. You can't spend a more pleas ant half hour anywhere. JACKETS. Tan covert-' cloth jacket, the new shape, 26 inches long, large mandolin sleeves, double stitched seams, rip ple back, four large front buttons. Special Value at $5.98. Navy and black cheviot and Boucle cloth Jackets, front trimmed with four or six buttons, coat or ripple back, extra large shawl sleeves. A garment far more handsome than any seen on "Washington promenades. Special Value at $4.98. Black and navy blue bea ver cloth jackets, 24 in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

-j" ??:-"w- i"? " - iVs:-sS&$ '-"wk-: 12 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1895. Sfc t AMDSnMESTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. 4VPSEMENTS. COMING TO THB THEATERS. AMUSEMEITXB. AMUSEMENTS. BIJOU THEATER. WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. MATINEES TUESDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. The Elite of High Headed by the Only TROJA And the f one-wins', well-known Vaudeville Stars: McAvoy and Rogers, Al Roome, The Zoyarows, Crandall and Clark, AND mem i a 2.M&&i General Admission, S B i F lift ta ? NEXT WEEK FLORENCE BINDLEY. ACADEMY.! ONE WEEK ONLY. BEGINNING TO-MORROW NICHT. xrxtanz Scenes flat CsgtiT&te. Tiie ET0rcln!o3 cf Horlda. Now Amsterdam in 3M3. Tho Toil n tela of Touth. Tho.Ecyptiaii FaSactL The Tails of Niagara. The bauta Marie. The Ileal Meam Launch. lildiTar PJalsanca. Sp-Mies IM DIyetL The At tUt Model. Dauce Excentrlque. The Parisian Quintet. Mandolin S0I03. Spanish Dances. Tbe brengall Hjn-tic Dance The .New onv Plantation Swt, Melodies Out km. "Wooing of T t ?;"...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

-8ff-lC;'eS,S,v & THE JRIORNKfGr TIMES, SUXJDY, OCTOBER 6, 1895. 13 ALittle Humor NqjwandTtien,etG. FltOM TTAI.I STREET. PEIZE SCBATCHEnS THE MAX, THE TTEfD, THE THEE. STILL SPREADING. i c m 1 rUl Y4f "I think," said Mr. John O'Pakc, "I'll cut tills tree and It will make Five thousand feet of good pine plant, As good lor cash as any bant." "I think," said he. In boyish glee, "That I kin so chop down a tree That It will tumble down kerflop Jus't where I said I'd make It drop." "I think." said he, "this tree wlllgo Just then the wind began to blow And made that tree turn gently back. And John OTake, he heard It crack. "I think," said John O'Pake, "I'll c And bag my head. I did cot know It was unlucky in the least To cut trees when the wind was cast." I t IK - r" r. L Berrigan Begohs! If there ain't Dooly coniln' out In favor of the new woman" movement. ODD SLIPS OF THE TONGUE. Some of tlio Humorous Tiling's Tlmt "Were Hotter Left rjiisiilil. "I beg your panlon, madiini, but you ar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

9V- - ."gr-J- -s THE JIOESTNG TIMES. SUljlDAT, OCTOBER 6, 1895 sr?P35g5 1 HoKtefal IT GIVES PROMISE OP SOLVING THE SERVANT QUESTION. Promise of Emancipation From Dailj Drudgery Is Held in tlie Subtle Spark. i A new goddess Is born. She is called "Electro." She is the goddess of all work. Brie la swifter than Mercury and brighter than the star of the morning. On her brow Is a blare of jewels. Shu carries a flame tipped wand. Her garments are of woven rays of light, garlanded with flowers, red, blue and green. She comes to unbind, burdens, to succor women and horses. There is no service so exalted that she cannot attain to it, no service so lowly she will not sloop to it She will light the kitchen fire and cook the breakfast. She will wash the dishes nnd scrub the iloors. She will curl and crush the hair. She will sweep the room and run the sewing machine. She will run errands and draw the cart. She will pull and rill the teeth, be the physician and put the weary to deep. She will pla...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

-3KC' yF&tfip&r&2gpr -.ppPTf: - -(fcjiiBjqjiYijw,-. Y1-w-'''" . v-rr-r THE MOBNIN& TIMES? "SUNDAY, OCTOBEH 0, 1895. 15 3t D. AWAY THEY IH It To-morrow Dress Goods and Silks, Cloaks and Wpaps, Blankets and Comforts, Hosiery and the other g cods of the Carhart & Leidy stock, will leave, CARRIED AWAY BY THE THRIFTY AND THE PRUDENT. Such REAL Bargains have never been seen. Not a single article of this immense stoclcbut what has had the price cut from under it. This price-cutting will cause the goods to totter and FALL into the hands of those who know what Bargains are. The price-cutting will be the means of clearing out the store. That's whatwe're after an empty store and that's what we'll have. Not an article has been spared from the humble pin to the regal wrap each and all have had the same cutting treatment Price Cutting, Not an item below but what is belittled by its Clear-out Price. Not an item that is not worthy of its name Regal Bargain. The entire stock is o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

TS-! N- r K, -THE 3UPHNrNG TIMES, XTSJDAY OCTOBER 6, 1895. ;?- 'c?';E!3'!?s:'&e".: ? in. Tftey Toll ftoj, 3m Tftey Spin DISTAFF AND SFiNDLE IS THE LATEST SOCIETY CRAZE. Duty of Our Grandmothers Be- comes a Fad Among1 the Smart Set. It is not only a womuulyaccumpllsbmcnt, but a graceful pastime, and it Ic-nds itself easily lo serene reposeof manner and dalntl nets of attire. It Is called spinning, and perhaps few have beard your grandmother speak of it, rt-per haps you have readorPeneltipe's web? At any rate, spinning Is a very, -very antiquated art, and for a reason known only to herself, the modern maiden has lately resolved to bring ull her nineteenth rentury wisdom to bear upon the distaff. She means to learn enough lo weave possibly the linen for her trousseau, or falling that, certainly sufficient for a bit of a handkerchief, four inches one way by two the other. A CLASS OF PRINCESSES. . The Princess of Wales Is said to be ono of the devotees of the wheel, indeed she Is par...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

A-afJJE TV-" THE MOBNTNCr TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBBB 6, 1895. X "t x' '?"- i'FfS f V ' ' TJrlnh S. Stephens, Founder of tlio Ordor and First Gen eral Master Workman. LABOR LEADERS TO MEET Knights of Labor General Assem bly Here in November. PROMINENT MEN WILL COME flip Number of tho Deleipuea Will Not lie Laro, Hut They Will Repre sent Greut IntcrextH, und the Disc air-NMioiw Will He of Much Import ance Orljiln of the Order. On Tuesday morning, November 12, 1895, delegates from all parts of the world will assemble in this ;f for the purposo of taking part in the. nineteenth annual session 'ot the General Assembly of the Order of the Knights of Labor. It is not known definitely the number ot delegates that willbepTrent,butltcanbe safely estimated that tli.vG eceral Assembly will consist of from sb to 160 repre sentatives. The Knights do not ma ke any pretentious claim that the holding or the annual assembly in this city will bring any large number of visitors, but outside of a few ex-del...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

'""WJlpjBlWfapg gMf?" - - -a 18 THE MOHlTCNGr TIMES, SU-NDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1895. 3EW??? B $ fflOMRN NTBRVBNB8 BY ROBERT BARB. Author of "The Face and Mask." "In the Midst of Alarms," etc (Copyright, 1895, by Robert Baxr.) CHAPTER I. The managing editor of the New York Argus eat at bis desk with a deep frown on his face, looking out from under bis shaggy eyebrows at the young man who bad Just thrown a huge f ur overcoat on the back of one chair, while be sat down him self on another. "1 got jour telegram," began the editor. "Am I to understand from It that you have failed?" "Yes, sir," answered the young man without the slightest hesitation. "Completely?" "Utterly." "Didn't you even get a synopsis of the documents?" "Not a banged synop." The editor's frown grew deeper. The ends of his fingers drummed uervously on the desk. "JTou take failure rather jauntily, It strikes me," he said atlast. "What's Hie use of taking it any other way? I have the consciousness of knowing that I did my bes...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

$ sc? ". -JtS. s THE 3lOBNTKa TfiOS,; -SODAT, OCTOBEB 6, 189? 19 THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS- REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FETtf' CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. V lr 1DJLP "WANTED MALK. WANTED-Monday morning, J, wo tin ners thai thoroughly understand re pairing -furnaces, latrobes. and Btovra. ALD1NSON 4 CHASE. 1722 14th st. nw. octt-Sc UPHOIiSTKUEH- Muslbc-rirst-eLnss; Meggy work, siuu 14tlnt. lt,c,m WAKTED-A resident or Anacostla, liruokljlM, Urigbtwood, Takoma Park, Tcunalljtown, Hyallsville anil other su burban town', to canvass ami act as agent for a household article; good prorit; no rlsf, exclusive right. Address N. 8., this office. ocS-3t WANTED Four experienced soap powder canvassera. Apply at 408 llor Ida are, nw., alter 4 p. in. oc5-3t WAHTED-l'nc men to Introduce nrfcti mas combination wort Just Issued in New Vorfc Iiy the Judge Co.: -xccilent opportunity for young men entering Lusl-ne-.i. .1. E. 11. K., nils office. oc4-S WANTED Urst-class budding and loan agen...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 October 1895

.S3SSfBeri Wtv-vr Kifmj.'iirj i-V .cSSiS' . i -20 THE MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1895. MIBF1T &UBFIT MIBFIT MISFIT MISFIT MISFIT MIBFIT jj WHAT A LITTLE MONEY WILL DO AT THE Merchant Tailors Misfit Clothing Parlors, 407 Seventh $2. will buy a pair of Pantaloons, which were made to order for double the money. And for $3.50, S4.00 and $5.00 we give you an assortment that simply takes you by sur prise. Remember they are all custom made, and sold by us for one-half their original measured price, will buy your choice of 20 different styles of Suits, made to order from $20 to $25. These come in Black, Blue or Brown. Re member we guarantee you a perfect fit. Now, don't wait until they are all gone, but come at once and get one to fit you. Just come in and ask us to show you either a Suit or Overcoat which we sell at $10, and we can assure you that you will have S8.0Q 10.00 no need to look any further. Coming as they do from strictly first-class merchant - 1 tailors only, you ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 October 1895

--s?i li-'-' imes MG, FRESH HEWS SU8DAY. M EYERY 12 HOIS EYEffiG 1 . 50C.AH0HTH THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fulr. Increasing CIuiiIIiic-. Southwesterly Winds. VOL. 2. "0. SO!). WASnmGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. 0! CENT. ilXTEEH PAGES OF MEWS DELIYERED F8ESH EVERY TWELVE HOITBS 1 2-3 CEITS A DAY. J JJ V SIIIIIJD Hill Kaiser William's Programme for Sports and Celebrations. PROGRESS THROUGH ALSACE lle'rr Singer, Lender nf the Se clnllsts in the Relcbstug, Sujs There Is Every Prospect f lliirinony In Hie Congress Which Mei-tK ill lire-Inn To-dny Amltns-iidor Entertains. Berlin, Oct. !. Although rinnrcl'or Von HoheniohC an most of dip iiiimoe'rs of the German mini-try will resume their department.il duties tomorrow. lonsld cration of llie legislative programme for the tomlng session of Hie Reichstag wi'l not begin until the Emperor returns to Potsdam, which be will do on October 21. Ti.e Emperor, although he has tnjov.d a splendid season of sport at Roiniiiten, where...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 October 1895

""Tfc&S&ir ---v Pnrcft ''HffCjg! -- -yfi 75rry "T " i-V" THE MOUNTING TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1895. F Strtwt. Corner Eleventh. .Storage Warerooms aMSL.nearM A superb FALL SHOW ING of DRAPERIES and UPHOLSTERIES a most extensive variety the larg est in an- retail store in America. You'll be charm ed with the new and pretty creations and with the prices. Among the Silks ,"A great variety of China Silks, Japanese, Silks, Sbaki Silks, Brochet Bilks, Oriental Striics, He, includ ing all sons or shadings, and pat ferns, and Blam and Figured Silks of evrrj description Anespeeinllj prctt and very large collection of 3 inch Plain Wash Silks Prices from lOcr to ?3 25 jard Vinong the Table Covers - Satin Tapestries, Wool Tapes tries, Cotton Taiiestries, Chenille, Velours, Japanese Embroidered, nnd tlie latest Orltntal Patterns, in cluding Fashnn.is, Poonas. Mums, etc every sort of stjle aLd size 1 yard square to 2 tij 3 yards 50 cents up to $"U each Among the Lace Curtains A variety r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 October 1895

3E?fs?!JSra99fS ssss issesses ejJ Til B -M Oil N 1 G TO! ES. OCTOBJSH T, TSfJii. 3 Blt''rrrrsV J IIBROSco DotiHc Stores-037-030 FSt. MrcSS Double Stores 937-330 I'St. COATS AND CAPES. The triumphs of coat-making epi tomized in the beaut' the variety the correctness of the display. An assortment matchless as to style, quality and price combined. You'll declare it a model de partment. Alt iiri cs are plainly marked, and this is our a-uarantec: 1st. That every garment will cive ttiisractory near. Sd. That every garment wilt lit perfectly, and that the style ana make are faultless. 3d. That our prieo represents the most for Ilia money obtainable any where. Ith. Tliat wU refund money If jiaisee auythluit costing the same that's better thin whatwe sell. 1SU Heaver doth Covts.3 Imlton-Miclitntting Manue lin sleev a, tailor-made fin ish, black only, actoillr ffH Cfl worth ' for one week sPU.JU V A W Fine Black Chinchilla Miort BOX. COATi mandolin sleovis,vohot collar ripple back, actually n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 October 1895

-- 1-tJpg fl! ' itS- PJEEE HIOENrNG TIMES," -3105TDAT, OCTOBER 7, 1895. ThBWashin3lion.Tim6S (SIosKiso.'STEKnn, am soxoir ) OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Company. TIMES DDILDISO. fOVlUHLSr COBKSR PKfN3IT.TA.HU. ATIXBI ISO TlXTH STRKt Telephone Editorial Rooms, HV Business O files, 317. Trice Jtornlnc or ETenlng EJitlon.Ono Cent Sanday Edition Three CeaU. l-'onthly by Carrier Horning and Sunday Thirty-flve Centi ETenlng '.. .. .Thirty Centi Horning, ) ErenlngandJ- Fittt Cexti tinday, J WASHINGTON. D. C, OCTOBEn 7, 180a. C-it;ja ds s7 g ropujiciq3 THE TIMES STILT. GAINING. FlKJirt'H Tlint I.le How the Star Ml-ri-iirecnt-. 1i tho Public. Sjturday's -Star announced tliat its circulation was "many thousands In excess ornny otlierW'asbliigtoniiaperantllslji'llevca to'be fully five times that or any afternoon contemporary." This falsification is easy to cxiwse. The Iaily average circulation of The Times for the six days on vlik.Ii the Star bases its calculation was 33,367; that ...

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