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Hundreds of Fine Suits and Over Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats ¬
coats at Half Price PriceNever PriceNever
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Never In the history of the clothing clothingbusiness clothingbusiness I Ibusiness
business in Washington have such ex extraordinary extrnordlnary extraordtnary ¬
traordinary values In fine garments been beendistributed beendistributed beendistributed
distributed and no moro opportune mo moment moment momeat ¬
ment could be chosen by the enterprising enterprisingproprietor enterprisingproprietor enterprisingproprietor
proprietor of the Mans Store D J Kauf Kaufman Kautman Kaufman ¬
man when tho price of food stuffs and andother andother andother
other necessaries of life are soaring high highto highto highto
to give a proof of his interest In the wel welfare welfare welfare ¬
fare of his patrons by offering the finest finesthandmade finesthandmade finesthandmade
handmade suits and overcoats at low lowprices lowprices lowprices
prices hitherto unknown This too right rightin rightIn rightin
in the height of the winter seasonJust seasonJustwhen seasonjustwhen season just justwhen
when the people can make the best use useof useot useof
of a a good suit or overcoat overcoatThis overcoatThis overcoatThis
This great sale embraces not a few odds oddsand oddsand oddsand
and ends but hundreds of the finest coats coatsand 00lt9and coatsand
and suits sultsftlI all handtailored handtaJloredln in the host hostmaterials bootm bestmittorials
materials m ttorlals and most stylish designs The Thewriter TheIter Thewriter
writer Iter after pushing a way through the thethrongs thethrongs thethrongs
throngs attending the sale was really reallyastonished reallyastonished reallyastonished
astonished at the magnificent quality of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the garments offered and at tho ridicu ridiculously rldlculoush ridiculously ¬
lously low figures at which they were be being beIng being ¬
ing sold In addition to fine Mans Store Storemode storemade Storemade
made Sack Suits and Overcoats in almost almostendless almostendloss almostendless
endless variety ar1et there were included on onthe onthe onthe
the bargain tables all the small lots of ofTuxedo otTuxedo ofTuxedo
Tuxedo Coats and Vests Fine Black Silk Silkfaced Sllkfaced Silkfaced
faced Doublebreasted Double bre st d Frock Coats and andVests andVests andVests
Vests and all of those Stylish English EnglishWalking EnglishWalking EnglishWalking
Walking Suits in fine fancy mixtures mlxturesal1 mlxturesal1otrored mixturesalloffered all alloffered
offered without reserve at half price priceand priceandhalf priceandhalf and andhalf
half price at D J Kaufmans means half halfprice haltt halfprice
t price as everybody in Washington knows knowsIt knowsIt knowsk
k It means me ns for Instance that you got a aM aSuit aE8
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that 1 III you OU get et both a Ii Suit and an Over Overcoat Overcoat Overcoat ¬
coat for what one would usually cost costJffi costI16
Jffi 15 Suits and Overcoats for rUt 7O and so soon soon soon
on through throu h the stock stockYou you get et two gar garments garmonts garmoats ¬
moats for the price of one and whether whetheryou whetheryou whetheryou
you buy bu clothing here at haIr price or orregular orreular orregular
regular price you are always protooted protectedby protootedby protootedby
by the guarantee uarantee of Moneys worth or ormoney OrIDOne ormoney
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On n Sale Friday Morning Feb FebCommencing 4 1910 1910Commencing 1910Commencing
Commencing promptly 1030 oClockAbout oClock oClockAbout otClockAbout
About 300 New High grade Carpets CarpetsIn
In the large room sizes down to the 36inch 3 inch widths including a alarge alarge alarge
large and varied assortment of hall runners in inWiltons inWiltons inWiltons
Wiltons Axminsters Body Brussels BrusselsVelvets Velvets and Tapes Tapestries Tapestries Tapestries ¬
tries All of Standard weaves and best quality qualityEvery qualityEvery qualityEvery
Every rug guaranteed new and perfect direct from the looms loomsNo loomsI loomsNo
No mismatches seconds carpet remnants worked up or other otherwise otherwise
i I wise defective but as good as can be had at any store and at atprices atprices
I prices that will amply repay you for your purchases here hereIf hereIf
i If you need any v rugs now or later dont miss this oppor opportunity opportunity
I tunity In order to make a sweeping sale of o these rugs if your yourapartments yourapartments
5 apartments are not ready or you should not have the full amount amountof amountof
1 of the purchase price any purchase will be reserved for later re removal renloval
1 moval on payment of a deposit Remember our guarantee ac accompanies accompanies
i companies companies every rug no matter at what price you purchase it itThese itThese
1 These handsome rugs will be bei beOn beon
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DISTRICT BILLS IN INDjllingliam INDHIingl1am I IDl1ingham
Djllingliam b Would RegulatePractice Regulate RegulatePractice b bPractice
Practice of Osteopathy OsteopathyNEW OsteopathyNEW
NEW BOULEVARD BOULEV AltD TO PARK PARKIlonae TARXiloase A1tX A1tXlIoolie
Ilonae Dlatrlot Committee Acts Fa Favorably FRornbl Favorably ¬
vorably ornbl on Eleven Meiurarea of ofLocal otLocnl ofLocal
Local InterestRepresentative Intercut Intere Representative Me MeCoil 1I1cGall McCall
Coil Urged Creation of Commission Commissionto Gon1I1l1lonto
to Select Sites tot Statues StatuesTo StatueTo StatnesTo
To regulate tho practice of osteopathy osteopathyand osteopathYand osteopathyand
and to license osteopathic physicians In Inthe Intho inthe
the District Senator Dillingham yester yesterday yesterday yesterday
day introduced a bill authorizing the theCommissioners theCommissioners theCommissioners
Commissioners to appoint an examining examiningboard examiningboard examiningboard
board of flve doctors who shall license licenseall lIcensoall licenseall
all practitioners practitionersSenator practitionersSenator practitionersSenator
Senator Galllnger offered a bill direct directing dlreotIng directing ¬
ing the Commissioners Commlsslon rs to extend Barry Barryplnce Barryplace Barryplace
place from Georgia avenue to Sixth street streetand streetand streetand
and through the grounds of Howard Uni University University Univeralty ¬
versity to McMillan Park The now boulovard boulo boulovard boulovard
vard will provide an easier access to the thepark thep4rk thepark
park
Commission of Art ArtIn ArtIn ArtIn
In the House Representative McCall McCallpresented McCallpresented McCallpresented
presented a bill authorizing tho President Presidentto
to appoint seven artists of repute as a acommission aoommlsslon acommission
commission which shall decide upon tho tholocation tholocatlon thelocation
location of statues and monuments In thiscity this thiscity thiscity
city This board is to have 510040 10000 with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which to defray expenses expenses They The shall shalladvise shalladvIse shalladvise
advise In the selection of models and also alsoselect alsoselect alsoselect
select the artist for executing proposed proposedmemorials proposedmemorials proposedmemorials
memorials memorialsRepresentative memorialsRepresentatlvo memorialsRepresentative
Representative Smith chairman of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District Committee submitted a a bill to toextend toextend toextend
extend the City and Suburban Railway HanwayThe RailwayThe RailwayThe
The new measure authorizes the removal removalof
of the companys double tracks in MJchl MJchlgan 1Ichi 1Ichigan Ichl Ichlgan
gan avenue and allows the extension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the double track system s stem in Monroe street streetTwelfth streetTwelfth streetTwelfth
Twelfth street and In Bunker Hill road roadto roadto roadto
to tho District line lineIn lineIn fineIn
In anticipation of District day in the theHouse thoHouse theHouse
House next Monday the District Commit Committee Commltteo Committee ¬
tee yesterday Je terday met and ordered favorable favorablereports favorablereports favorablereports
reports on the following measures measuresSenate IDO measuresSenate Sures SuresSenate
Senate bill 4624 authorizing the Commissioners Com Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners to accept from Andrew Car Carnegie Carnesle Carnegie ¬
negie a donation not exceeding 80000 for forthe torthe forthe
the erection of a branch library building buildingIn
In Takoma Park ParkHouse ParkHouse ParkHouse
House bill 16330 authorizing the th sur surveyor 5urveJor surveyor ¬
veyor of the District to adopt the system systemof sJstomor systemof
of designating land In tho District now nowenforced nowenforced nowenforced
enforced In the office of the assessor assessorHouse assessorHouse assessorHouse
House bill 16331 directing the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners to institute proceedings to con condemn condemn condemn
demn the lands necessary for tho exten extension extension extenslon ¬
sion of Belmont road to Calvert street streetand stroetand streetand
and to connect this extension with Water Waterside Watersde Waterside ¬
side drive and to extend Waterside Watersidedrive W Watersidedrive terslde tersldedrlvo
drive to tho southerly lines lIn < l of Zoological ZoologicalPark ZoologicalPark ZoologicalPark
Park
Sixteenth Street Widening WideningHouse WfdenlncHouJe WideningHouse
House bill 163W providing for the widening wid widening widening ¬
ening of Sixteenth street where It crosses crossesPiney crossesPiney I Ii
i Piney Branch on the east t slder side between betweenShepherd betweenShephord betweenShepherd
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Shepherd street and Spring S1 > rlng road rO d so as asto asI asto asto
to preserve the valley grade and connect connectwith connectwith connectwith
with Piney Branch parkwayHouse parkway parkwayHouse parkwayHouse
House bill 16916 authorizing the Com Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
missioners to prepare a new highway highwayplan highwayI highwayplan
plan for that portion of tho first section sectionof sectionof
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of tho permanent system of highways highwaysplan hlghwasplan highwaysplan
plan lying between Georgia avenue on onthe onthe onthe
the east Sixteenth street on the west westKlorama westKlorama westKlorama
Klorama street on the north and But Butternut Butternut Butternut ¬
ternut street on the south southHouse southI
I House bill 139M 1 directing tho Secretary Secretaryof
I of the Interior to open for use as a apublic apublic
public thoroughfare a fiftyfoot tt foot roadway roadwayalong roadwayaJong roadwayalong
I along the line of Fourth street southeast southeastthrough 5Outh6l15tthrough southeastthrough
through the United States reservation reservationlying reservationlying
lying 1 lng between Congress Heights and andWashington andMhln andWashington
Washington Mhln on Highlands so as to connect connectFourth connectFourth connectFourth
Fourth street Congress Heights with withFourth wIthFourth withFourth
Fourth street Washington Highlands HighlandsHouse HighlandsHouse HighlandsHouse
House bill 13S93 authorizing the exten extension extent ¬
I slon of Fortyfirst street northwest from fromBelt tromBelt fromBelt
Belt road north of Keokuk street with witha
a width of ninety feet feetHouse feetHouse feetHouse
House bill 1S156 directing the recorder recorderof
of deeds of the District of Columbia to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep an Index to record instruments by bylots byI bylots
lots or by tracts tractsHouse tractsHouse i
I House bill 19033 authorizing the exten extension extension extension ¬
sion and widening of Massachusetts ave avenue aenue avenue ¬
nue northwest from Wisconsin avenue avenueto avenueto avenueto
to tho District line with a width of IN INfeet 1 1r 161feet
feet r t
feetHouse
House bill 197S5 IfiS authorizing the exten extension extension extension ¬
sion of Columbia road northwest through throughparcels throughparcels throughparcels
parcels 952 954 and 855 with lth a width widthof widthof Idth Idthot
of seventyfive foot footHouse foetHouse feetHouse
House bill 19787 to change the name of ofthe otthe ofthe
the west w t side of Fifteenth street north northIwest northWest northwest
Iwest West between I and K streets In Mc McPherson ifcPherson fc
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Pherson place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The committee took unfavorable ac action action action ¬
tion on only one bill billSenate Senate 6049 reliev relieving rel relleving v vIng ¬
ing booksellers from rom the operation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the classification therein provided providedGOODS providedGOODS providedGOODS
GOODS WILL BE SACRIFICED SACRIFICEDSnle
Sole Opens nt Ney fc f Co COII a Store StoreThis StoreThis StoresThis
This Morning MorningThe MorningThe I
The balance of tho stock of Haines Halnesdepartment Bainesdepartment I Idepartment
department store which was recently recentlypurchased recentlypurchased I
purchased by the new firm of Milton MiltonR i
R Ney Co will be placed on onsale onsale I
sale this mornng morning About 375000 75000 worth worthof worthof
of desirable merchandise will be sacri sacrificed sacrlflced sacrificed ¬ I
ficed In order to make room for the new newspring nowspring
spring goods goodsThroughout gOOdsThroughout goodsThroughout I
Throughout the store there will be behundreds behundreds
hundreds of bargain tables heaped to tooverflowing tooverflowIng tooverflowing I
overflowing with the seasons best mor merchandise morchandlse morchandise ¬
chandise at prices that border on the theridiculous theridiculous theridiculous
ridiculous An ample sales force and andquick anliquick andquick
quick service are assured assuredOn assured410n assuredOn
410n On the Minute nt Any Time Timedinners
Use TTCO taxIcabs for theater dances
dinners c Special rates Phone N 1212 1212SCAHLE 121i 121iSCARLET 1212SCARLET
SCARLET SCAHLEDisease FEVER INCREASINGDisease INCREASING INCREASINGDbenlle
Disease However In In Mild llld Form Formwith Formwith Formwith
with Few Deaths DeathsThe DcntJlsThe DeathsThe
The situation as regards scarlet fever feveraccording feveraccording feveraccording
according to the weekly health report In Indicates Indlcates indicates ¬
dicates a continuance of disease but butwhich butwhich butwhich
which fortunately Is of a mild form with withfew withtew withfew
few deaths The report covers sixtysix sixtysixnew sixtysixnow sixtysixnew
new cases In quarantine with thirtytwo thirtytwocases thirtytwocases thirtytwocases
cases cured and no deathsDiphtheria deaths deathsDiphtheria deathsDiphtheria
Diphtheria and typhoid
fever show a aslight aslight aslight
slight decrease In the former disease diseasethere diseasethere diseasethere
there were eleven new cases and thirteen thirteendischarged thirteendischarged thirteendischarged
discharged reducing the cases from fromtwentyeight CromtwentJefght fromtwentyeight
twentyeight to twentysix on hand handThere handThere handThere
There was reduction of two cases of oftyphoid oft oftyphoid
typhoid t phold fever tho number being sixty sixtyeight slxt slxtel sixtyeight
eight el ht to sixtysix with ten new cases and andtwelve andtwelve andtwelve
twelve discharged one by death Thirty Thirtyseven Thlrtrseen Thirtyseven
seven new cases of tuberculosis were
re reported reportod reported ¬
ported
Return to Former Offices OfficesAlbert OfCloeAlbert OfficesAlbert
Albert Potter yesterday esterda returned to his hisduties hisduties hisduties
duties as associate forester subsequent to toHenry toHenry toHenry
Henry S Graves assumption of his duties dutiesas dutiesas dutiesas
as forester William William T Cox head of the thedivision thedivision thedivision
division of agriculture who acted as asassociate asassociate asassociate
associate forester during Mr r Potters oc occupation occupation ¬
cupation of the position of forester Also Alsoreturned alsoreturned
1 returned to his old position
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Two Great Shoe Specials SpecialsStriking SpecialsStriking
Striking Reductions in WellKnown Well Known Lines LinesReductions LinesReductions LinesReductions
Reductions at Berberichs er eric s are unusual Our prices are too near bottom to make frequent frequentpricecutting frequentpricecutting frequentpossible
pricecutting possible But here e re comes a clearance sale which concentrates in on one e sweeping sweepingreduction sweepingreduction sweepingreduction
reduction the accumulated effect o of many Patrician an and La a France Shoes are as standard in inprice inprice inthey
P price rice as they are in quality yet here ere is i s an opportunity to make substantial savings on two of ofthe ofthe 0
Pthe the smartest smartest dressiest womens shoes made All new new styes styles too the very latest thing out
Special No 1 Is for Women WomenPatrician WomenPatrician WomenPatrician
Patrician and LaF LaFrance LaFranceShoes LaFranceShoesRegular ranee Shoes ShoesRegular ShoesRegular
Regular 350 and 2 4 5
400 Values Only OnlyTo OnlyTo < j1 j1To
To mention the name of o these two well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known lines of shoes is enough said in their theirpraise theirpraise theirpraise
praise Better more serviceable more stylish stylishshoes stylishshoes stylishshoes
shoes are not made and at these reduced prices pricesthey pricesthey pricesthey
they offer a clear saving of 105 and 155 155Included 155Included 155Included
Included in the assortment are all the popular popularstyles popularstyles popularstyles
styles and leathers tan patent leathers suedes suedesgun suedesgun suedesgun
gun metals and bronze kid 500 button boots bootsSizes bootsSizes bootsSizes
Sizes Up to 4J 4 Only in inA Q QA
A to E Widths Special at tI1J 2 4 5
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Robert Berberichs So SoWashingtons Sons SonsWashingtons
Washingtons Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Houser HouseEsti HouseEstablished
Esti Established 1868 J r ed 1116182022 Seventh Street Between Land M MU
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WAGE INCREASE IS FAVORED FAVOREDExecutive FAVOREDExecutive UVOBEDExecutive
Executive Board of Machinists As Association Association Association ¬
sociation Considers Question QuestionPredent QuestionPreldent QuestionPresident
President OConnell to Hold old Confer Conference Confcrence Conference ¬
ence in Chicago Between Or Oriranization Orgnnlzatlon Organization
iranization und Railroad RnilrondFavorable RnllrondFavorablo RailroadFavorable
Favorable consideration of the desire desireof desireof desireof
of machinists employed by thirty rail rollroad railroad railroad
road systems In the southwest portion of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United States for a raise In wageshAS wageshas wages wageshas
has been given by the executive board of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the International Association As oclaUon of Ma Machlnlsts Machinists Machinists
chinists now in quartely session In this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt
cityPresident
President James OConnell has arranged arrangedto
to meet a committee of ten from the thegeneral theJenornl thegeneral
general managers association with the thesame thesame thesame
same number of representatives repre entatlos from the themachinists themachinists themachinists
machinists organization In Chicago on onFebruary on1ebruary onFebruary
February 7 It Is understood that an In Increase Increa50 increase ¬
crease of 20 per cent Is asked askedThe askedThe askedThe
The conference Mr OConnell says sayswill BR sayswill S Swill
will not be held to force the Increase Increasensked Incre increaseasked se seasked
asked but will be merely merel for the purpose purposeof
of considering the merits of both sides sidesOther sidesOther sidesOther
Other matters considered by b the execu executive execut1e executive ¬
tive committee have been of a routine routinenature routinenature routinenature
nature and Involving principally ques questions questions questions ¬
tions of Internal disputes the payment paymentof
of death benefits and other claims and andmatters andmatters andmatters
matters of general Interest InterestThe InterestThe interestThe
The meeting will continue until tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row Those composing the board and andpresent andl andpresent
present l resent at the sessions besides the pres president presIdent president ¬
ident aro George Preston secretary of ofWashington ofVashlnglon ofWashington
Washington Hugh Doran of Chicago ChicagoA
A E Ireland of Plttsburg James A AReynolds AReynolds AReynolds
Reynolds of Cleveland R F Cook of ofSeattle ofSeattle ofSeattle
Seattle and E L Tucker of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton tonRITES
RITES FOR OLDEST MINISTER MINISTERScrrlccs MINISTERSerTlccl MINISTERServices
Services Will 111 Be Held for Rev JobA Job lobA JobA
A Price l rlce Today TodayThe TOt1n TOt1nThe TodayThe
The body of Rev Job A Price one of ofthe o othe ofthe
the oldest Methodist Episcopal pastors of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington who died Monday will be beburled beburled beburied
burled this morning in Greenmount Gre nmount Cem Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
etery Baltimore BaltimoreServices BaltimoreServices BaltimoreServices
Services will be held at 1030 oclock at atHamllne atHamllne atHamline
Hamllne M E Church Rev J R Sum Sumwait Sumwalt Sum Sumwalt
walt and Rev Re B E Guthrlo officiating officiatingBishop officiatingBishop omciatingBishop
Bishop Luther D Wilson of Philadelphia Philadelphiaand
and Rev J C Nichols will deliver eulo culogles eulogies
gles over the body bodyLOCAL bodYLOCAL bodyLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAYNorfolk TODAY TODAYNorfolk TODA Y YNorfolk
Norfolk and Wsshtn Washington ton Steamboat Companys Companyssteamers Compmyssteamers Compenysateemers
steamers from foot of Seventh street tor OW Point PointComfort PointComfort PointComfort
Comfort and Norfolk orfo1k dully at 615 p Po m mi mSteamer inSteamer
i Steamer Charles Jlacakater for Mount Iount Vernon YexnonLeaves YmJooUne9 VernonLeaves
Leaves Seventh nth street wharf barf at 10 a m and 145 145p 145p 145p
p m mCars mCars mCars
Cars from Fifteenth street and New York avenueevery avenue avenueevery uenueercry
every quarter hour for Zoo Park Chen Chase and andTo andKe andKeodngten
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To Cut down the Butchers Bill Billuse Dilluso Billuse
use Jno G Melnbergs broad Its asnourishing as asnourishing asnourishing
nourishing and satisfying as beef grocers grocersJns grocersJo grocersJaa
Jns Jo D Donnellys Private Stock StockAVhlHky Stockhlskr StockWhisky
Whisky hlskr Is an Good as Any AnyDollar AnyDollar AnyDollar
Dollar rye Try it Toe i c qt Store 14th I ISprlne ISprlnJ ISpring
Spring Stoc Stock StockOil toek
Oil cookers gas ranges water heaters heaters61612th
616 61612th 12th st stC C A Muddlman 8 Co CoIm 1204 Q QCaverly GI aCaverlys I
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Special No 2 Is for Men MenMens MenMens MenMens
Mens HandSewed Shoes ShoesRegular ShoesR ShoesRegular
Regular R eguIar 300 and an anValues 2 45
350 Values Only Onlyver i e eOver
1 1 1Over
Over ver sixty different i Brent styles styles of o mens men s 300 300and 300and i iand
and 350 handsewed shoes are included in inthis inthis inthis
this lot Snappy vigorous vi orous styles every everyone everyoneof one oneof oneo
of o them in all leathers and an styles including includingbutton includingbutton includingbutton
button laced ace and an blucher models in patent patentleather patentleather patentleather
leather tan calf gun metal meta calf box ox calf and andvici andvici an anvice
vici vice kid All regular stocks especially reduced to
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