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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE WASEXNGTQK TIMES, SUNDAT, OCTOBER 7, 1894. Buy to Build. Buy for a HomeJ No Notes, No Mouses' We require neither notes nor mortgages from purchasers. A plain, simply-worded "Bond for Title" gives purehasor possession at time of first payment S 1 No Interest No Taxes: By this it Is meant that we agree to pay all taxes on each lot until deed is given, which, understand, will not be ohargod to you in any way. Neither do wo charge I purchasers Interest on deferred payments. On a plateau about four hundred feet above tide and distant only seven miles from the Capitol by the Tennallytown and Itock WHo Electric Itailroad and the Georgetown pike Is situated "Woodmont," tho gem suburb. The superior location of this magnifi cent tract of land (immediately adjoining tho choicest part of tho Chevy Ohaso estate), coupled with its most attractive approach, is such as to command tho attention of everyono contemplating purchasing a homo site. Here the capitalibt, professional man, merchant, cle...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJKDAY, OCTOBER T. 1894. WENT DOWH BEFORE FIRE .Miss lorinfl Reslflns as President of the Children's Guardians. SIMOM WOLF SUCCEEDS HER Culmination of Internal Dissensions Third Besignation "Within s. Year Beorjraniza tion of tho Board and Election of Offi cers "Eadical" .Element wins. Miss Harriet B. Lonng is no longer presi- lent cr even a member of tho Board of Chil- iiren's Guardians. Hor resignation lias beon i tendered to tho judges having the appolnthe ' pewer, and Hon. bimon Wolf has bean elected presiJcnt bv tho board. Miss Lunne's action forms the climax of a diE"u ty which is as old as tho board of gunr-iun0, and upon several occasions it has t!:re it ned the permanency of that wstilu t oj. L.er since the board was organised its irc Its have been divided upon the question cf the r .ations which that body should sus td n t ward the charitable institutions and fuJ ;r asj lunas of the city Some hao iria'amed that Concres should withdraw H sa i ort almo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE "ASHlKeTOK TOIES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7,1894. The Washington Times ETTBT DAT Df THE YEjLEJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Socthwest coener Pxnnsyi.vai.-u. avexcb anu Tenth Stkeez Telephone Editorial Itooms, 4SS. Business OQce. 237. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month Thirty-Are Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., OCTOBER 7, 189L p2& The daily average numbor of papers sold and printed by TEE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was A Recommendation to He Proud Of. "HeAQDABTEBS DlSTBICT ASSEMBLY, No. GG Knisdts or Labob. Washinotox, D. C.Soptomber 21. 1894. "iln. A. Maubice Low, Business Manager Waswdjotox Times. "Dbab Sib: At the lust regular meeting of District Assembly 06, Knights of Labor, The Washiwiton Tikes was heartily indorsed and the spport of the Assembly was pledged te advertisers in The Timb. "C. T. WALronT, "Eocording Secretary." THE POWER OF THE PULPIT. (By the pastor of the Church of Our Father. "We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE "vYASHIN GrTOiN" TIMES, STOTDAT, OCTOBEB 7, 189. Q4l'l-tt4)'t( upnirirT Floral Souvenirs' li olIIllLl for every one. I HOUSEKEEPERS. ? Music by the In iho V f Marine Band JllHlo O Our prices are down economy to deal at our quite an item in housekeeping expenses Price isn't our only recommendation. You're as sured of getting the best the market produces. We have ONLY THE BEST and make you feel safe in purchasing of us by our offer to refund money to anyone who isn't perfectly satisfied. Order b' tele phone if 3tou like. Our number is 347. Hind quarter of Spring irjr1 Lamb, per pound............. IVW Lamb Chops, 2 pounds for. Z JC 2 uounds freeh smoked Sau- eag". Port Pudding, or Hog- "jr Lead Cbseee for. iJw 0 large, fat, new Slacker el OEjf 3 pounds of Hound Stoat for 3 C 2 pounds Sirloin Steak for.. - O C - Bib Eoast, per pound I UC Good Boast for only 7c and. O" Fmoked Hams, per pound.. " Mireded CodDsh, S packages O 5 C MRICH BEEF CO MAIN MARKET AND GROCERY. 1306-1312 Thirty-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

(5 THE WASlIJJSiGrTOJtf TiM.ES, bUUAY, OCTOBER 7, IS94-. - PASSING OF t THE ORIOLES Third Consecutive Victory For Uew York for the Temple Cup. GOOD WORK BY BOTH PITCHERS An Inraonse Crewd Cheered the Players, and the Giants Eosponded by Scoring Tour Buns to One by the Orioles Errors Wore Hany and Play Eocky at Times. .New Yonn, Oct. a The New Yorks nn Baltimores ptayed the third game of the partes for the Tempie trophy at the Polo gresads to-dy. The New Yorks won. Thoy nave now secured three oonseeutive victories, and with one more the cup becomes theirs for one year. The grand stand was jammed full and hundreds stood in the aisles and hack of the seats. The right and left field bleachers wero packed to their utmost capacity, l'ully 36,t0 people were on the grounds. So great was the strain that the railing of the right-field btaaenors gave way and many rooters fell to the ground, hut nobody was injured. The pitching done by Hemming was splen did, as was also that of lUisle. During t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE WASHING-TOW TIMES, STJNDAT, OCTOBER 7. 1894. STRONG ON SMALL BUSINESS The .Market Holds Its Bull Character on Liglit Trading. SHORTS HEDGING OYER SUNDAY Dhicapo Gas Benefited by further Eeports of Its Eocent Contract -with the "Universal A New Gas Security from Boston on the Market The Market Closed Strong-. "New Yobk, Oct. C Tbe stook market was fcstrcng dunnK the two hours of business to-day, fund ii -'3 advanced steadily on a Email volume of uts.ness. The buying was largely for tho ehcrt account, the bears having apparently con;aeJ that in the present tempor of spec i:at.cn it was the part of wisdom to keep their lines v t A in hand over Sunday. Tho I aturea of tho trading were Chicago Gas, Loading, and Western Union. Koports tcuzhing the favorable ettoct of tho contract with the Universal Gas Company on Chicago Gas were used by the bull clique In the stock to move it up and an advance of 1 per cent, was cade, of which only X had been lost at thcljte. Tiie Philadelphia houses...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 18y. E' No doubt about our having the largest, finest, and most select line of Men's and Boy's wearables in town. The more you look around the more you'll be convinced that your clothing interests lie in the direction of Twelfth and F streets. Here are a few specially interesting items from all over the store. A lot of navy blue, clay diagonal sack suits at Si 5 that you'll not find anywhere else under $20, and even then they won't FIT as well as ours. GENUINE ENGLISH TAFFETA FLANNEL Night Robes, SIXTY INCHES LONG, at $4.75 each. Pajamas, same material, at $3.75 and $5 per suit. NO ONE ELSE HAS THEM AT ANY PRICE. The usual $8.50, $8, $7.50, and $7 Short Pants Suits, with an extra pair of pants, at $4.75 per suit. All sizes, 4 to 15 3',ears, and all neat patterns. All sizes of OUR WORLD-RENOWNED $3 MEN'S DERBY, in all standard blocks. mson, Clothes, Hats, and Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 338 LAST NIGHT'S BIG CROWD was too much for us! You ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

-,...--. w - -. -vr, -ftiqww.Sx tj-egTt'-W'.'Wiy!J4fMafMPtf'gUH' VJCjySWJjl THE WASHIlSrGTO TIMES, SUNDAY, OCT OBEK 7,1894. 3 CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON AH Souls', the Unitarian's Beautiful House of Worship. THE FIRST BELL IX THE CITY Et Paul's English Lutheran Church and Its Interesting History Six Offshoots in the District A Silver Chalice from tho King and Queen of Prussia Other Hows. Thickly ooverod in front and on tho sides with ivy All Souls' Church is one of tho most attractive pieces of architecture on Fourteenth street northwest. It is the -worshiping house of the T'mtarlans of this city, and on tho wall abcn " the pulpit is inscribed this passage of Scripture. "This is life eternal, to know Thee, tho only true God, una Jesus Christ whom Thou bast sent," hold by this denomination to bo uno of the notable Scriptural testimonies of tiio Unitarian faith. The church history of tho Unitarians in the Plict dates back to the year 1820. when lle. Robert Liftle opened a subscription lis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

'-T?&zyr&,KxB$?ii!w 10 THE WASBTJnG-TOIn" TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1894. WASHINGTON'S DETECTIVES Men Skilled in Tracing the Criminal to His Lair. ALL GOOD-XATURED SLEUTHS Unt That Doesn't Prevent Them Prom Con stituting One of tie Most Effective Bodies of the Xind in the Country Something Ao out Their Individual History. The -welfare of every community larcoly depends upon the character of Its police or ganizations, and that in turn must roly to a considerable extent upon its sooret service bureau. It is a popular fallacy tht policemen are hired solely to arrest persons, to apprehend and take into custody every individual "who may be so unfortunate as to make himself amenable to the law by violating, often un intentionally, some petty ordinance, never theless, and it is to uo regretted, there are too many policemen "who have just such a conception of their duties. How different is the private on tho force who regards his vocation as of broader scope and invested 'with oppor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

THE WASHXNGTQ TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1894. 11 THE WITCH OF THE WATERS A Susceptible Reporter's Interview with Clara Bccliwith. CHAT KITH A FAMOUS SWIMMER Every Girl, She Says, Ought to Become an Adept in the Art Swimming Q.uit9 Nat ural to Man Fear the Emotion Which Prevents Success Cramps Unneccessary Miss Clara Beokwith, tho ewimmer, in an interview last evening, taught the reporter the theory of sminiining. The lady was at home. A white rose was UDoirJng in her soft brown hair, her hands vere working a scarf for her brother, the suns cf twenty-seven summers were beaming in ner ev -s. and a St. Bernard dog was couchant at her fct when the interviewer called. After the 3cventional .exchange of ;those meaning less i Lrases, whieh custom liSes, Hiss Beck with resume d the knitting or her brother's tic, and the reporter restlessly twirled his wat:h charm. For a little while only the "reading of the lady's easy chair and the :i:k.n.j of the shining tnitting needles could je heard. S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

'12 THE "WASHES aTO TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBEB 7, 1894. SHOHfi SECRET SOCIETIES Some Matters of 'Interest to Brothers Who Meet on the Quiet THE FIRST KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Taliant Soldiers "Were They, as "Was Proven on Many a Sloody Battle-field The Tor tures They 7ero Subjected to After the Crusades News from Many local Orders. There 1b not in the -world a. inoro romantic History than that of tho Knights Templar, rhoir bumble origin, their sudden stride to power, thoir torriblo and disastrous sufferings f a few centuries ago, have tho &trnngest vl sissitude and deepest coloring of romance. Phoy arose somewhere about 1108 and woro irasfeed in little moro than two centuries after that date. Their creators wcro nino pious md valiant knights, wnoformod themselves Into a body uniting monkhood, and whose ex clusive objoct was in t hoso oarliost years of the Christian dominion in Syria to protect and defend tho various pilgrims who then be gan to hasten to tho moro sacred spots of tho Holy Lund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 October 1894

THE V pi N v& pi 4 "s-J VOL.1. 3sD. 204. WASELTN'GrTCVN", D. C., MONDAY M0B:NTH"G-, OCTOBER S, 1S9. OXE GENT. PASSING OF A GREAT POET Oliver Wendell Holmes Breathes His Last at His Boston Home. HIS FAMILY AT HIS BEDSIDE Beginning His life-labor as a Phjsician and Teacher He Gradnally Turned Aside Into Literary Wort Throngh. the Famous Breakfast Table Series. B-istok. Oct. 7. OHvor "Wendell Holmes, famous as a poet and author, died at his resl 2 r. -r on Beacon street at 12:15 p. m. to-day fr ii.i omplication of diseases. I . 'lo'nies has been in foeblo health for n jen time, and although au iron constitution t"s i n.r baffled disease, It was at last shat tr.J. itie last hours of Dr. Holmes wore r 6 quietly witfc his family by his bedside. I z. xlola.es returned from Beverly l'arms jil it t n days ago. and the removal greatly f-tj'jei h'.m and it Is thought hastened his enl. TIio family residence was darkened cr.il apparently desorted to-day, and few knew tL at Dr. Holmes was in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 October 1894

TnEWASHIGTOl'T TITHES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1894. The Washington Times ffiVEET DAT IN THE TEiEl OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TLMES BUILDING, octottest cobsji5r pmvvrtixanix avemts akd Tents Stkeee. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SJ. Bustaess Offlce. SS7 rico, DaUy SaUleu One Cent. Sandar Edition Three Cents. By the montb Tih-ty-flvo Omte. WASHINGTON, D. G., OCTOBER 8, 1L 14,317, The dtfUv average number of papers cold and printed by THE WASEDfGTON TIMES for tho month of September was fc1f .,JL O A Rocoraraendation to Be Prond Of. "Heauaotb6 Distbkjt Abmblt, No. 06 Kswhts or Labor. Wasbiimtik, D. C, September 21, 184. "Mb. A. Matjkice Low, Business Manager WAMHJ.OTOK TCMRS. "Deak Sik- At the last regular meeting of District Aseeeably 66, Knights of Labor, Tke Waswk Tunes was heartily indorsed and the sappart of the AfeemWy was plodged to advrtfers in The Times. '0. T. Walpobt, "Iteoordiag Secretary." The Weather To da . Pair Monday, but -with increasing cloudi ness; ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 October 1894

THE WASIOTGHLON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1S94:. 3 L cry day one of our customers is pmientd with a pair of slices FREE ". addition wesetTior $2.65 Shoes which trill cost yon e3.C0 or 93.60 olfiuwhoro. Extraordinary Bargains To-day' Ladle' Button Shoes. siaos 1 to SJ4. which ttsod to olI forSS l to $4.00), Only $1.50.. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, If Ton Go AhoutltRightl Thore's no good reason -why your house should not he completely fur nished no city In America is favored with a Credit House whose stock is more complete or "where payments are easier than right hero in our own bijr store. Furniture And Carpets ON CREDIT! At cash prices no notes to sign no interest to pay Jnst a plain promise to do what's tight a little money once a v. eek or once a month is all o look for or expect. We want your patronage and we are clad to accommodate you in order to get It. Head these prices: Plush or Haircloth Fnrlor Suite choice-eSS.se. S. ,iid utk Bed Room Suite, 818. Spl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1894. Another good Fall Overcoat at a small price. It is a fast black Thibet, cut long, with Italian bocty and silk sleeve linings, and is perfect fit ting, and the price ' is only $12.00. It is only a small lot, iS of them, but the iS men who buy them will get more clothing value than tliey ever got before for $12.00. Will 3ou be one of them? Robinson, Gheru & Co., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. B MERCHANT TAILOR. U C BUCKLEY i Miss Maria Parloa Strongly Becommends the use of Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef And she has written a neat COOK BOOK, . which -will bo ent free on application to Daucby & Co.. 27 Park Place, ICew York. Understand ire we mean to say that two dollars imys for all repairs that your -watch may need during the year. If yoar watch qeede repairing now bring it - t us, wo will repair It and insure it for one year all for S&. Geo. W. Spier, 310 9th St, "WATCH EXPERT." Lawyers n&Te need for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 October 1894

TIME "VOL.l. 2STO. 205. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 9, 1S94. ONE CElf T. THE WASH FLAMESAT BETHESDA PARK The Hotel, Theater and Cottage To tally Destroyed by Fire. LOSS $23,000; NO INSURANCE Absence of Fire Apparatus and Distance from the District limits Made It Impos sible to Eavo the Buildings Occupants Escaped Unharmed Onlookers Helpless. The three largo buildings atBolbesda Park, crrising the hotel, theater, and a cottage, were razed by Are last night Thoro -was no insurance vp&n the property, and the entire l;ss Will amoBBt to about $28,000. Shortly alter 7 o'clock flames were dis-c-nered by Jacob Stadtlor, employed at the jlao as light inspector, issuing from the roof ct the northwest corner of the hotol proper. As tLo park is not supplied with the ap r aratu-. necessary to cope with fire, the alarm was immediately given to the occupants of thi hotel to save what goods they possibly rculd. The first floor, which was used as a CL-iang-room, was soon cleared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1S94. 2 TheWasMnfltonTimBS fEVXET DAT IN THE TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED DT Tke Washington Times Company T-3EB5 BUILDING, socthww OHunat Pswti.va-ia Avenue ai.d Telephone KMterial Booms, 485. Bafiinoes Office, 887. rrico, Daily Edliton.. .. One Cent. Sunday lUtttton - Throe Cents. Br ttoe maBtti Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 0, 189L The daily average number of papers sold ana printed hy THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the aoHta of September was 14,817 jr "Ass" hut Sell Goods. Manager's Oftice op ") La v&eciigh & Bug , V Washixotoj., D C , Oct 8, 18M.J Jttwette gtealpleaeure to aJ fesf to splendid results from, our Saturday's "ad" in your paper. In reference Te the CkUdren's Wooden Ohatrs and Jtochers at 25 cte," we wre Jfcgrt tewjr aU the day and dear ttp to dosing twe with people anxtous to secure these ciuurs ae advertised exclusively m The Ttmes. We always Itlce to adcHouAe&ge a "good thing.1' Yours very truly, Laksscbob &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1894. Slices Given Away. Every day one of our customers is rwsentnd wIUi a pair of shoes .FREE C'l fOT. In addition -we sell for $2.65 ShooswhlchwBl cost you eaoo or S3.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3HJ, (which used to sell for 2.50 to R00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Pays for our best Full set of TEETH Made in the beet manner of the finest materials We fit the teeth with proper regard to the personal appwu-auce, age.&c.. of the patient, lipbult n tmUre leak of that un n.iiural facial expression that usu ally accompanies artificial teoth. AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N, tf COR. 7TH AND E 5T&. KV. Over the Atluntic and Pacific Ca's Store. I Think It Over. ? You're paying larger prices for "? your marketing than w o ask and ' t yet y u haven't the guarantee that W v we.-he, that what you buy will be fbatlsfa'-tory or monywiU be re- 0 funded. 'V oull find it more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 October 1894

THE WASHES" G-TOISr TIMES, TUESDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1894. Are a judge of clothing come in sd see the qual ity of these Blue and Black Cutaway and Sack CU3 Diagonal and Roug-li Cheviot Suits we arc sell ing at $15.00 And 3'ou'll sajr that tney are wortli at least $20, and so they are, and are so marked everywhere else in town; and, not withstanding tlie differ ence in price, ours are better trimmed, better made, and will FIT bet ter. See them and judge for yourself. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. fOAL WILLIAM VCTRHEAD, 1526 FOUR V twnth street northwest. Branch ofiice and yard, 2100 D street north west Thone 1407 ocS-Stuo. f Union 10 Per Cent. ? 9 iniJLUi0. f t ft Odd last night, wasn't it? fl ? o 9 S Call and see our special lino ol ever- ft coats and suitings. Q ; $ Overcoats Hade to Order $15. f f ? Black and Blue Rough Che,- f lot Suits, $13.50. 9 I Weinberg I t n 9 II UUij f 1 309 7th St. N. W. I t Union 10 Per Gent, f i Tailors, j Sorry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 October 1894

n f-xnc -ty r"wM jsTmugwv''' iia3H5MO55?!,,!!e!,",?? SPWg!ay" gfge ayjpfyjyipwiM HF-" I THE WA TOIi.l. "CtfO. 206. WASELTNGrTCOT, D. C, WEDTST.ESDAY MOBINGK OCTOBER 10, 1894. OE CJBSFT. TIMES SPIRITS GUIDE THEIR WAY Second Annual Convention of the Na tional Spiritualists' Association. A KEW WAY TO RAISE MONEY Hie Spirit Informs Br. Adams That Various Delegates "Will Contribute to a Fund for the President's TJso Addresses and Mani festations Hoses' Slate-writing- Seance. Spiritualists from fourteen States to the cumber of over 100 mot amid flowers and palms and national colors in the auditorium of Masonic Temple yesterday. It -was the second annual convention of the National Spiritualists' Association, which will continue in session to-day and to-morrow, closing with a grand banquet at the Temple Hotel to-morrow night. It was just Euoh a crowd as one would find in any other convention open to both sexes. There were young men and old men, some with gray hair and other? with no hair at...

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