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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 October 1895

KsiPPp -gsrfz THE MORNING TIME, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. "A J I nnnliiii'fvh Dm , f LflllDUUmi uiu f ; i No Need Hurrying. ? We're open until 9 to-night. Three extra hours to do your shopping. Nino o'clock to-nlcht sees the end of that crcat and successful $1.25 GLOVES 89c. sale of Kid Gloves- Si. 25 Glomes for 89c. Cannot be sold nlwajs Itcnicmbcr every pair bought during this sale guaranteed. 40c, 45s anfl 50c Extracts. 25c Ounce To-day. Including such makers' goods as Dclcttrcs. OcMcy's, Woodnorth's. Lubin's. etc- Wo givo 3 on the bottle. Kew Ideas in Ladies' Keekwear. Collarettes etc from 75c to $5.98. Children's Sacqnes. 25c. One lot Children's Sacquos. Made of best qua Ity double zephyr vith bor ders of Ililht blue, pink and white. All HCn SIZ3S In stock ZOU each Special Jswalry ite-ns. We guarantee the wear of any article we advertise In the Jewelry lino no matter If It Is sold toyou at reduced prices. The latest fad. the Large Trilby Heart K"in. very noooy. Silver Plated....

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 October 1895

fccw"ig?Ji, -yn.!ia",wa iaxanpi.'ia. --'r!r ;5jgef3s35 wrT--,"" THE lOKXING TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1S95. Dally Bargains. The season is here when all ladies like to have their Curtains up. In our efforts to secure bargains in Furniture for our customers we have by no means neglected our DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. , We are able to show an excellent line of Lace Cur tains at very low prices Nottingham, Swiss Tam bour, real Brussels, Irish Points also a superb variety of Silk-face and Cotton Tapestries. Our stock of Carpets, too, is immense and con tains wonderful variety of design. Wash, B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. FINANCIAL. Workingmen anil otnors whose occupations prevent t lien i from making deposits during regular hanking hours willtiui it cod tenient lo lsit tup Onion Savings BanX. 1222 FSt.N.W. winch la ciieii I.VjUIY tiAlbUbAT NIGHT lie! weer the hoursof b aud8. (Knur jr ccm. interval oa aaritigt accrtiinr Money to Loan. lliis eoripnuy lias nbunJanee of money to loan en real tat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 October 1895

p!tjif??P'5wsarr ?v --- TJ- -v1 S - ? "5F3y V ' - - r -r THE MORNING TIMES. SATUBDAT. OCTOBER 12, 1895. T THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW GENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. fe HEIP WAKTED-MALK WAHTfiD Several experienced so licitors. APplyT. O.ANUEi'SON &CO., 907 O M. uv. WANTED-Ba'ln first-class. 2d It ana li ms. ne. "WANTED Hrlghtyoutliforbcok-slorr, uu coiii-cung. etc; best references ic qulred. All kinds iiositioiis si cured. Till: KXt HAM-E. il-l 131h st. uw. lt WANTiED-Tinsmiths; first-class men only. Li. uRAUN, Hednih's new brew- cry. It WANTED-linmeillalcly, incut cutter wiiii uiiii rstands grocery business, 1-d and F sis, ne. It WANTED-Ensi'l boys Willi blcy- CkV. uih - eel. SCHROT DUOS.. No. 491 .Mo. ave, ocll-2l-ein WAKTED-A bread baker at once. buh (.in st, . ll-eni WANTED a W bhc barber Tor Satur- u.i n. 1-2 6tbsui:e. ccll-2l-cm WANTED-Cltrt In grocery store at A I'.'jll-.K. lailinnu iisi.nc. unw... Wr . -.rf.1..-n V mi .. .)(! nt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 October 1895

-' ' '?$53X1K&rl!z' s diXZTXZ ., ,t f THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. HERE'S Something of interest to every prospective buyer of Boys' and Children's Clothing in Washington. A lot'of Scotch Mixed Cheviot Two-piece Suits, regular $4.00, $4.50, and $5.00 grades, at kp.50 , for to-day ouly. All sizes 4 to 15 3'ears. Long Pants Suits, sizes 15 to 19 years, neat plaids, checks, and solid blue and black, in All-wool Fast Color Cheviots, at $7.50 for Coat, Pants, and Vest, single breasted only, but it's the biggest $7.50 clothing vou ever bought. Specially choice line of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S HATS HERB all stvles and qualities prices, 50c to $3.00. SHOES, too; reliable qualities. All shapes and sizes SI. 40 to $3.00. . Fall Overcoats for men all colors, fabrics, and lengths $10 to $35. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS. HATS. SHOES. iEiJStasiErsETajeseQfs r2 "H iriJ3 3 13 n GOOD Secure your winter outfit at once. No necessity of I waiting- unt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

E-" r-etjH-irf-va, ?J?4 2- i--!V' --J V &.&1 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. XI Fulr. Cool. Westerly "winds. VOL. 2. ISTO. 575. SIXTEEI E3IS :ES!S TIE GREAT ATLANTIC -AND PACIFIC TEACOM'Y 501-503 Seventh Street N. W., 1620 Fonrteentn Street R W 815 H Street N. E, 3104 M Street. Georgetown, D. C. :25 Stores in United States. Be Careful What You Drink. Use Only Pure Articles. BEWARE of the vile mixtures that are sold for Teas, Cof fees and Baking Powder. They are dacgerons and det rimental to health 3'.ov poiioa. Bay direct from first hands and get good goods. We don't advocate the bnrinj of cheap Roods, more especially for ar ticles of food. The medium or best grades are cheapest. Bemember that every 25c spent with ns for Coffee, Condensed Milk, Spices, Extracts, etc. entitles yon to a cheek, while Thea-Kectar a Black Tea with a Green Tea flavor calls for a special present, as also does A. & P. Bakine Powder and Pepper. Eight o'clock Breakfast Coffee. 25c lb. Java and Mocha Blends, 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

'''y-'-'rlSlflSSSi T5y "r"i. f J -j,, at- -i TffJE MOIUSTyGr TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. ; V r F Street, Storage Warerooms, Conwrjaoveuth. 22HSt, neariL Upholstery Dept. Special values and attractions this week in this department to tl:oc cometnplatlng fixing up tlielr parlors, dining rooms, li braries, etc Thee stuff are particularly useful for draperies and for furniture, coverings. We make a few st-ggrstions: Worth per Yd. Now. 50-in. Plain Arinure, 2 colors. $1.50 .75 Cover your easy chair. oO-in.SilkArmure 53.00 51.75 Upholster the baby carriage. 30-lir.,8ill; Brocade $4.00 $2.00 Place silk curtains at your windows. 5n-i!i. Tlain Satin, 5 colors. $5.00 $2.00 Haveacoiufortablecusuion covered with this. 50-ln. Silk Damak $3.50 52.25 A fewyards will make yonr Iiarlor lurniture look like new. 50-ln. Wool Tapestry, 5 colors $5.00 $2.50 A diplnjr room chair looks well. cove-re-d with this. -50-iu. Bilk Velours, 3 colors, ?C.OO $2.15 Drape your doorways. 60-in. Louis XVI Satin Ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

sr?wsf "- - -Wfr - $T l- "FrV' SSE1- TH-M MOKXiyG TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER i:, 1395. BBB15 M. GOLDENBEKG. AT. GOLDENBERG, M. GOLDENBEKG. M. GOLDENBERG.S, Bf. GOLDENBEHG. AC. GOLDENBEHG. M. GOLDENBEHG. $1.75 curtains, $1.25 Nottingham Laeo Curtalns.Bmsscls net pattern, 3 1-JI vards Ions, which C. A L. sold Tor $1.78, U S" $1.20 a pair- $4.75 portieres. $3.39 Heavy Chenille T'orlien, with heaw frinse red, olle, and blue, which C .i L. sold for $ 1.75. to so at $3.31. 2 - Coats cut in price. $15 capes. $8.50. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS! StinrtFlusliCaes. ha nilunicly braided and beaded, wool Thibet lieaded i-ollar, all Katln lined, full sweep. Were 15. Now $8.50. To-morrow Begins the Second Week of-the Clearing-out Sale of s ,i CARHART & LEIDY'S BIG STOCK. Half Price and Less. v. - - .- .-&- - 'TU;C Cpalpk lla; cxcceilcil our foiulest expectations. We have been too busy thc whole week too - ;jL 1 lllS QlC busv to serve vou as we would like to. ' . ' jW As wc have told you all along- we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

r It TheWashingtori Times piomfrca, Erzxcn, and Suvdit.) OWNED AND ISSUES DT The Washington Times Company. TIMES T3DILDtNO. Sounnnsr Ookjibb Peixbtltxsia atist un TlNTnSTKiii Telepbono Editorial RoomMll. Dullness Ode. J17. Trlef Vornlnr or Erenlne Edition... One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Coati Uonthlr ty Carrier Morning and Sunday ..Tnlrtj-tlro Cent. Zrenlns Tutrix Conn Mornlne. ETenlnsandV rirTrCs.iu. btnd&y, J WABHINQTOK. D. C, OCTOBER 13, ISM. rUA-r-j-i7r rTKooJSi I I T N eiT rad 57 tf? orcouNcTD? - vm- uow n-?. nti -rjj.jitaer- S'4 n. . ! t tVi uniiv. Subscriber to "The Time" "111 confer n favor ly iiromiitly reiiorf Ins any dUcourtoj.y of collector or neg lect of duty on tlio part of carriers. Complaints either by mall or in per-' son will receUo prompt attention. The Morning Kdltlon hbouM bo de livered to nil parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock n. in.. Including Sunday. The Uicnlng Edition should bo in tho bunds of subscriber!) not later than 5:30 p. m. Bcjcctctl inniiiiKCrl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

--V-T- 4"; THE MORNING TIMES, SUXDA.Y, OCTOBER 13, 1893. k . 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 Lansburgh & Bro. Is it any Wonder that We Have Such Unquestioned Leadership? When our Dress Goods Department offers the best variety, the latest styles' and lowest prices. -That is daily growing in grandeur and is an exhibition of real elegance. The choicest and latest fab rics from home and abroad. The values we offer are so attractive and rich the prices so liberal account for the busy scene that daily encircles our Dress Goods Department. TETE d'NEGRE I 38 inches wide, i i all wool, every de sirable fall shade, an imported rough cloth, at only 50c yard. t CARREAU SOIE I silk an imported fabric, beautiful offering' at 69c yard. PLAID NATTE I The kind used i i f for waists, all silk and wool imported goods, 45 inches wide, at 75c j-ard. A Recent Influx of Big Values SEEN ON OUR BARGAIN TABLES. ' 39c All-wool Serges, 40 inches wide, at 25c yard 50c All-wool Henriettas, 46 inches wide, at 33c yard 69c ...

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

J TJIK 3LOHXT2TG- TIXES, SI?? DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. H Dally Bargains. We have opened the Curtain Season with some wonderful bargains. We have been preparing- for it for some time, and it has found us better fixed than ever in our drap ery department. We are giving unheard of values in Swis Tambours real Brussels Nottingham's Irish Points and all kinds of silk face and cotton tapes tries. Nor have we neglected our carpet department, but have a wonderful array of pretty designs in all makes and qualities. Wash, B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. ft- t. wmWk m A BIG SLICE OF EARTH FOR S75 CAN NOW BE HAD AT BEAUTIFUL rman Park, 150 FEET ABOVE WASHINGTON. This beautiful park (covered with larje oak and pine trees) is situated in Kent district, Prince Geor-jc's county, Maryland, within a few minutes' walk of the Seabrook Station, on the main stem of the Penua. R. R. Commuta tion fare, Kijrht Cents. Remember, this is. the chance of a lifetime. Just think of it! Not a small city lot, but Cm ice ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

inag'taBia jiataawg1 -mwi?&9&mm!i&?,s&'ip -vu. -srH?3 A Parisian Gallery of Perfect Models of the most exclusive styles of Cloaks, Capes, Coats and Fur Garments. Our opening comes when the season and the demand are in harmony just when you MUST have what we have specially provided for your Fall and Winter needs. Not inflated ante-season prices, but the lowest that will be quoted by any first-class, reliable house this season. - Ew.-y-h&ivTaji We show you above a yourself to-morrow to indication ot tne wnoie HE32352SMS1 Bookies on the Win and Talent on the Lose. EEONIDAS HELPED BETTORS tle Wmi In a Hollow Canter Mullet "Hwl No Show In tni Flrt Murio t.oe-ll Didn't Iteiieli Flrxt Ileleu liolt Iliitt Mid Hoe Jalinny Ho ttpoiulcd Vinery. As lirNklv as the autumn wiud the patrons ot the race track bet their money yesterday. And there was a good num ber at Alexander Inland, and the racing was correspondingly spirited. The talent was at sea In nil but two events, and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

as?-ieK'p? sP-t"1- & '- THE JtfOBNTN'Gr TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. 8 ... rSS fl Few j GEMS- That is the proper adjective to use in describing our present stock of high class, fashionable garments. "We have had fine assortments before but none to I equal this. Few even of the best cus tom shops can produce their .equal. None can give you any newer styles; none can fit you arfy better, and all of them com bined can't show the variety we can. The choicest fabrics, most exclusive patterns, newest shapes, and best of tailoring all contribute to make this the richest and choicest line of up-to-date wearing apparel ever offered for sale anywhere. And with all of its exclusiveness and su periority the prices are no higher than you'll be asked elsewhere for inferior garments. Cutaway and Sack Suits $10 to $35. Prince Albert " 20 " 0. Full dress " 20 50. Overcoats , 10 " 45. All the best obtainable for the price in fact you'll find here only the best of everything. The best CLOTHES,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

t "t?"'5S3s5JVt -? ej "u"1.? Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESPaes9to2(l .'&',VW'' HE IS PLEASED! And there have been thousands like him durlnerthe past two weeks all surprised and pleased at the money they have SAVED at our "Profit-sharing Sale. We oc cupy a unique position among the shoe merchants of Washington; we own the buildings we occupy THREE of them no rent to pay. We soli ten pairs of shoss to any other dealer's ONE. With all these advantages It seems but fitting that wo should step promptly to the front and protect our patrons against the advance In leather. We have done so and as a result our sales havo more than DOUBLED, Our "Gem" $3 Shoes Equal to the best $5 grades sold elsewhere. For Ladies. Among our famous Gem' fchoes for la dles are two new etj-les; one la of soft Tlci kid too older of soft, velvot calf which can bo tlict encd same as men's shoes. Both have cork soles and haud-eened welt The toi aro nee tie-shaped and an extra width across the ball of (he foot insur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

vae5aiw(rws4.'' mfjavu7-)m- sr ?S5STsyAS"- S-uiiJ5HjpiiiK,j WPV '' grrt. t"-sv 10 TILE MORNING TJALES, SUKDAT, OCTOBER 18, 1895. J The Safest and Best Field for Investment. Capital Is aI.raraseek1n.zsAr and profitable InrePtraent the most Inviting field to-day U colt j a manufacturing In the Nutu Th-ro Is probably no well-man- Cotton Mills in the South earning 10 to 25 percent. orihom, producing over 6) per cent, of thcnttnoM trop of tho worid, white It has only 3,0XJ,O00 spindles, or about 4 percent of Um totnl number in the world, ibo bouih's cotton is notrsblpped from 1,00 ti..,0H ml.es to mills In New fnslund and Great Britain, is xnanuractuttid iu inflli nli re CMlcuits from $3.5Ja ton nd error, and where living is expenslm 'ih ten-i--iicy .f tbij industry 1 now soathward, becfiusHof tbeuuequHlIcd aTantaescC this socticn. toother industry promises bucU sure and certain returns on lue investment. The Newport Mows Cotton Manufacturing Co. Offer to investors, both to larje and nai...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

papsserR THE MOENIITG TIMES, SUXPAiEV OCTOBER 13, 1895. 11 liV.fVVM IPILLSBURY'S 1 1 BS.rFLOU "Tie universal verdict.." Pillsbury's same packages as it Pillsbury Mills. Pillsbury's nipulated like most It is not mixed with cheap flour and then palmed off as "carefully blended." Pii!si)i!jf s Best is the Best. Demand It from Your Grocer. It ha don not keep it, drop a postal to the aecut and he frill ice that you get It Washington Branch. PiElsEiury-Washburn Flour Mills Co. L. H. Wieman, Miller's Agent. 216 10th N. W. Daily Capacity, 22,500 BMs. r''4' THEIR SPELLING STANDS Board on Geographic Names and its Methods. KULES THAT GUIDE THEM Thousand of. Terms Changed mid Popular Errors Kept From Ier lieHmtlon Some otabIo Examples if Its Work ilea Who Compose It. Hon It Wn Created. During an existence of but five years the United States Board on Geographic Numes has rendered 5,304 decisions, each ot which has established uniformity In siiell lng proper names heretofore in dispute. Prior to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

niwawijsuwftw Sgii9!ffi5SSMRI?!SSS?? &&?&3Twl53&&&Sim4tg8F$ jre THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1896. 12 -sxKHrcasrmv NEW NATIONAL THEATER. begXnc' to-morrow night. MATINEES In Her Inimitable ed Dance. York ALD in K The Great and "' (jj Only THE FASHIONABLE Y- NEXT WEEK IEVEN1NCS. H A ii 25. so. -so. si. H y Is, y OLD Jsssj! ?.-?$ sf " ,7 iss KENTUCKY, The Greatest Production of This Play "Wash ington has Original The Famous PckaninniesI The Exciting Race! NEXT WEEK William Haworth's Greatest Effort, KERNAN'S BEGINNING To-morrow Night At 8. All the ) Scenic Display, Novelties, . . JAMES THORNTON'S ELITE VAUDEVILLES, Introducing an Atzgrecatlon cf Superior Talent, Including BONNIE THORNTON, America's Little Mascot GIUIORE and LEONARD, WILLS and COLLINS. Ireland's Kings. The Favorite Travesty Mars. 3-MARVELLE3- ED. LATELL, Grotesque Eccentrig.ues. - Expert Musical Artist CLARK and ST. CLAIR. SHERMAN and MoRRISSEY. l'eflned Comedy Duo. Burlesque Trapezo C...

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

3 THE MOBNESGh TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. IDLE HOURS OF ACTORS Washington the Place Where Time Passes Swiftly. AOTKESSES DOTE ON BIKES So -Much to Do nml to Ho Seen In tlio City 'Unit Tlioro In Little Oppor tunity fur Honm of Eiim Artists "Wlm Aro Iteeeled In tile Homes of Ciiiiltul City l'ooplo Theatrical talent, In the broad accepta tion 6t the phrase. Is a passport to the clubs ami drawing rooms ot the Capital of the nation. That condition holds everywhere to a limited extent, but It is in our own Washington la fo-lle Washington, as Sarah Bernhardt called it that the rule lias no exception, proxldcd that one's talents are tet in a frame of irreproai liable moral ibaraiter. In Italy, Verdi, who made Hugo's "Cara llle" more Immortal as "La Traviata," is created a knight. Oounod's coat is a mass of decorations, and, nearer home, Henry Irving ri-cehes figuratively the accolade from Ihe Queen of England. The accolade is given In Washington in a some what more dcmoi ratio fashion...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

VK,-lS,,?r '--yfc' ?-TliPPp . 9&Z& "TRTf". 14: THE aiQBKPTG- TIMEfo SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1893. vf$miz2 .- LOVE-SPOTS OF BLENHEIM The First Duke Built the Palace to Be Quiet. AN HISTOKIC COURTING CHAIR The Conservatory "a Pleasant Sitting-Room, Not a Mere Par cel of Foolish Plants." Tlic new Duchess of Marlborough will rclRti over a home that 1b as historic In love a9 in annals of statesmen. Blenheim, in Oxfordshire, waB built by the first Duke of Marlborough as a place where be and his wife could be at rest from the world and alone at home to gether until death. It was called in his letters, as shown lna volume in the Great Library. "A Palace of Love," and over the fireplace in ttie staircase hall on the Eouth front there is tills Inscription: "I do so wish there was not one unhappy creature in the world, for I have no malice nor indeed any great ambition, but that of being at quiet with you, my lovely duch ess." HER NEW nOME. Under such auspices as this was Blen heim built, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

15 A Little HumorNl)w andThen,etG THE MORNING TIMES, SJ$DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. IV LOOKING FOKWARD. "Wake up, Mrs. ncnne-recquel wake up! There are robbers in the house!" whispered Mr. Hcnne-I'ocque In an agitated manner, blinking his belter half, as he spoke. "Eli; What: What's the matter now?" was thedrowsy reply. "Wake up! There are robbers in the house, and we shall all be murdered If yon don't do something!" "Nonsense, my love, it' sthe eats on the fence. Robbers don't come nt this time of night; wc'ic only just gone to bed. Don't be scared at nothing!" "Just gone to bed, indeed! You've been snoring like a triphammer for the last four or five hours," "Do be logical, my dear. Triphammers don't snore." ".And the clock struck 2 ever so longago. Hark!" "By Jove, there Is somebody stirring downstairs," Mrs. Ilcune-reeque exclaimed, now wideawake. Hastily thrusting her feet into her sllp pirs and donning her bloomers, she was about to hurry from thc room when her frightened husband te...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

Igg?1? fc 16 THE MOKNLNGr TIMES SUNDAY, OCTOBEK 13, 1895. Funeral Bfcplay 1$ ftee TflfiQQ$4 SIMPLICITY IN DETAIL INSIST ED UPON BY SOCIAL LEADEKS. Observances to Be Followed ou Such Sad Occasions No Flowers Now the Rule. 'We certainly do these tilings best In tho Elates" sue said, watching the last car riage full of mourners roll away from tho church door, with an expression of somtier Kit bfactlon In her eyes. In France, Italy and even Eugland, as a rule, funerals de generate Into common street parades. Americans prefer that a sort of magnifi cent simplicity should distinguish thceemcU nncholy rites. Not a lilt because we wish to thow less respect or take less trouble in honor of the deceased- THE COMPLICATED ETIQUETTE. There Is really no occasion requiring more careful management, serious considera tion and punctillious attention to nice lit tle details of form than a wel 1 conducted funeral. Whole batches.of friends and tins folk have been Known to become hopelessly alienated by ...

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