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This is the greatest Half Price Sale of our career and andyou andyou andyou
you cant afford to miss the chance to buy two fine suits suitsor suitsor suitsor
or overcoats for the price of one
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loans oans and havo always onhand on onhand onhand
hand notes from 100 upward upwardbearing upwardbearing upwardbearing
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ANNUAL BANQUET TOMORROW TOMORROWWashington TOMORROWVnl11InRton TOMORROWWnsltingtoi
Washington College of Law to Hole HoleReunion HoltlReunion 1loliReunion
Reunion at Raaachcra RaaachcraThe Rnu8clterJtThe RauseliersThe
The thirteenth annual banquet of theWashington the theVashington thcWasblngton
Washington College of Law j will be giver giverat gven gvenat gveiiat
at Kauschers on tomorrow evening Hal Halstead HalstEad Halstead
stead P Hoover musical director for thcollege th thcollege the thecQlIege <
college songs and Charles Grouse Crou e chair chairraan chalrman chairman
man of the music committee have ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged an excellent musical programme programmeMiss programmeMiss
J Miss Iiss Erne Carpenter 11 will 111 be toast toimistress t08 toastmistress t tmistress
mistress Among those who will deliver tleltveiaddresses de1teraddresses deliveraddresses
addresses are Hon Dunonn McKInlay ol olCalifornia ot oti o oCalifornia
i California on Modern Japan and Ml MlJanet MI8I MI8II MiseJanet
I Janet Richards on The awakening olthe ol olthe of ofj
j the land of Wu WuThe WuThe yU yUThe
The alumni of o the college are return returning returnling returning ¬
ling ing for this annual reunion and th thentire the theI theentire <
entire class graduated graduated In 1SXX will t tpresent be bepresenl bepresent
present Mrs Jennie L Munro of that thaiclass thatclass thatclass
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class will respond respon for the alumni alumniCORESPONDENTS alumniI alumniCORESPONDENTS
I CORESPONDENTS ARE NAMED NAMEDK
K n Huff Bin Emm EmIUZL in a Mnnnnkec and andMoe I1DdlollclI aridMoies
Moe lollclI Scott Seek Divorces DivorcesKingsley DhorcesKingsley DivorcesKingsley
Kingsley B Huff has entered suitfor suit suiti suittor
i for absolute divorce against Frances C CClark CClark CClark
Clark Hun alleging infidelity Infidellt and nam naming nanling naniing ¬
ing a corespondent They wore married marriedIn marriedIn
In New York January 1 ifO ifOEmma 1006 1006Emma 1006Emma
Emma aiannakee has filed proceedings proceedingsfor ptoc proceedingsfor inp inpor
for or absolute divorce against her husband husbandHarry husbandHarry husbandHarry
Harry Mannakee She alleges infidelity infidelityand inftdelltyand infidelityand
and names a corespondent They were weremarried weremarried waremarried
married on July 11 1SJ 1S9J and have two twochildren twochlIdren twochildren
children whom the wife asks custody of ofand ofand ofand
and an order requiring the father to sup support support support ¬
port them Attorney Charles H Bradley Bradleyis
is representing her herMoses herIoses herMoses
Moses Ioses Scott has flIed suit for an abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute divorce from Etta Scott to whom whomhe whomhe whomhe
he was wa married last April A corespon corespondent corespondent corespondent ¬
dent Is named Mr Scott Is represented representedby representedby
by Attorney Thomas Walker WalkerAPPOINTED WalkerAPPOINTED WalkerAPPOINTED
APPOINTED CHIEF CLERK CLERKE
E Enrlo Yancey Succeeds E ECnllnlmll W WCnlluhnii WCallahnn
Cnlluhnii Who Died Recently RecentlyThe RecentlyThe RecentlyThe
The vacancy in the chief chle clerkship ofthe o othe of ofthe
the Bureau of Navigation caused by th thdeath the thedeath thedeath
death last Saturday Saturda of E W Callahan 1 1now Is Isnow isnow
now filled by E Earle Yancey who wa waappointed was wasappointed wasappointed
appointed yesterday yesterdayMr yesterdayMr yesterdayMr
Mr Yancey has been In charge of th threcords the therecords therecords
records of o the naval officers of that thatreau bu bureau bureau ¬
reau He has been In the service sineNovember since sinceNovember sinceNovember
November 1S93 starting as messenger Ii Iithe In Inthe inthe
the navy pay office o ffl co His present salar salarwill salary salarywlll salarywill
will be 2000 OOO a year Mr Yancey Is i inative a anat16 anative
native of Florida FloridaOrchldii FloridaOrehlclHnnc1 FloridaOrchhlH
Orchldii OrehlclHnnc1 nnd Gnrdcrilas lI Finest Violets Violetsroses Violetsroses Iolet Ioletroses
roses sweet sweotpeas peas c Shaffer 14th I IDEiUG IDllJUG IDRUG
DRUG FOKMTILAKY F9RMULARY DISCTJSED DISCTJSEDAt DIS CUSED
At a meeting of the Washington WashingtonBranch WashingtonBranch WashingtonBranch
Branch American Pharmaceutical Asso Association Association Association ¬
ciation In the National College of ofPharmacy ofPharmacy ofPharmacy
Pharmacy the report of the committee committeeon
on national formulary formular was discussed discussedThe dtseussedThe discussedThe
The discussion favored the broadening broadeningof
of the scope of the formulary so as to totake totako totako
tako in all al preparations and provide for fora fora fora
a a closer administration of the pure food foodand foodand foodand
and drug laws Those who took part In Inthe InthE inthe
the discussion were Lyman F Kebler W WH WH WH
H Bradbury H E KalusowskI Lewis LewisFlemer LewIsFJemer LewIsFlemer
Flemer Agustus Taylqr H Hynson and andProf andProf andProf
Prof Dunning DunningBurglars DunningDurglnrs DunningBurglars
Burglars Make Cash Haul HaulThieves lIaulThieves HaulThieves
Thieves entered the home of William WilliamMann WilliamMann WilliamMann
Mann 1228 New Jersey avenue northwest northwestearly northwestearly northwestearly
early yesterday morning and carried off offJ2550 ot
J2550 2550 50 In cash and some other valuables valuablesamounting valuablesamounting valuablesamounting
amounting to 5 No one is suspected suspectedFor suspectedCASTOR suspectedCASTOR
CASTOR IIA IIAPor A AFor
For Infantp and Children ChildrenTho CbildrcnIho
168 Kind You Have Always BoughBears Bough Boughtf BoughBears
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RETAIL DEALERS DEALERSWILL DEALERSWILL DEALERSWILL
WILL NOT OT TESTIFThey TESTIFY TESTIFYrIley TESTIF1They
They Decline to Appear Be Before Before Before
fore Chamber ChaIn ChamberCommittee ChamberCommitteeBEEP berCOllllnittee berCOllllnitteeBEEF Committee CommitteeBEEF
BEEF COMES FROM NEW E1W YOUComplete YOU YORK YORKComplete YORIComplete
Complete Change in Feeding Wnsli Wnsliingion Wnihingion VnsbInlion
ingion Ilaa lia Grown Up In Ln Last t Fly FlvYears lihe liheYearslo Flyca4Cosuro
Years Yearslo ca4Cosuro Kostire ure SlnuelituHni to Znhebrews toHebrews for forUebrens
Hebrews Introduces New Xc Source o oSupply of ofSUPV1y oSupply
Supply for the Capital CapitalSecretary CnpltnlSe CapitalSecretary
Grant announced yesterday a athe at atthe athe
Secretary Se < retary
the opening of the meeting of the spe special speclal specml
cial committee of the Chamber of Com Commerce CommerCE Cornxnerc
merce > charged with the Investigate Investigateinto InvcstlgatlonInto lnvostigatiointo
into the increased cost of living Uvi 1g ii iiWashington I IWa iWarhington
Washington Wa hinston that tho retail dealers wh whhad who whohad whihad <
had been invited to appear before tin tinbody the theI thboly
I body bo < 3y had respectfully declined to do so soSecretary soI acSecretary
I Secretary Grant said tho merchants ex expressed OXI expressed
I pressed prls < d themialves as in full sympath sympathwltu sympathywit sympathw1ti
wltu wit tho objects of the committee bu buwould but butwould buwould
would decline to be questioned in an anway a anway y yway
way relative to their business businessNo bUllnossNo businessNo
No cause cau o was assigned for this action actloion actionon act1oon
on the part of retail dealers but it w wassumed wa waassumed ag agassumed
assumed by the committee that the mon meiin monIn maiin
in question declined to appear because o othe or orthe othe
the dread of possible publicity of wha whathey whllt whlltthe whathey
they the might say sayW sayW sayw
W G Carter Continues ContinuesAt ContinueAt
At the meeting yesterday o tcrda the commit committee committee committee
tee proceeded procee ed with the examination o oWilliam of ofVHUam 0Vllliarn
William G Carter with reference to th thwholesale the thewholc thiwholesale <
wholesale wholc ale prices rice of meat eggs and but buttcr butIter butter
Iter tcr air Carter presented pro ented much internet internetIng InterttIng interesting
Ing data and andseomed t seemed willing to aid fh fhcommittee tho thocommittee thcommittee <
committee as much as possible In arriv arriving arrivIng arriving ¬
ing at the true condition con ltlon of affairs rela relatlve r61atlve rolative
tlve to obtaining and distributing food foocproducts foodproducts footproducts
products in Washington WashingtonBy
By far the most interesting part p rt o oMr of ofMr 0Mr
Mr Carters testimony yesterday relatot relatotto relototo relatetto
to tho changed conditions of supplylm supplylmmeats supplrlna supplrlnameata supplylntmeats
meats to the city ell He showed Sh WOO that th thbulk the thebulk thbulk <
bulk of the beef now consumed in Wash Washington WuhInstan Washington ¬
ington le bought In New York He tok toktha toldI tokthe
I the committeE that a large slaughtering slaughteringbusiness 51a sLaughterinbusiness htering hteringbUllne
bUllne business s is carried on there now in th thInterest the theInt thiintrest <
Int Interest rel1t of the Jewish population of thaicity thai thatelt thacity
city elt The influx of orthodox Jews t tN to toN tw <
N N > w York has boon BO great in the led laslfive lut1he ledfive
five years as to compel new methods ol olsupplying ot otsuppllng olsupplying
supplying the population populat on with meat meatAVI11 meatWill
Will 111 Xot Eat Western elltern Meats MeatnHebrews MeatsHebrews Ientll IentllHebre5
Hebrews it appears will not touch toucJmeats touchmt touc toucmeats
mt meats > ats slaughtered at Western packing packinghouses JMlcklnlhou packlnhouses
hou houses s and transported to New York I Irefrigerator In Inrefrlgerator k krefrigerator
refrigerator cars The meat must IKslaughtered be beslaughtered beslaughtered
slaughtered by the Koeure 08ure method die distributed dietrlbuted dtstrihuted ¬
tributed and eaton eAt on within 1tbln a specific specificnumber spectRednumber specideenumber
number of hours after the animals anima are aitkilled areklJ1ed ar arkilled
killed Moreover oreover owing to reiigiotu reiigiotuscruplfts rlU relIgtouscruples ous ous8cruplns
scruples and for economic reasons renM tin tinHebrews theHebres tbeHebrews
Hebrews consume only those parts of tin tinbeef thobeef tbfbeef
beef generally designated as the fort fortquarters tonquarters foreuartars
quarters uartars That leaves the hinds and ribi ribifor rJlNJfor rilsfor
for consumption elsewhere elsewhereSo
So great has ha become the business ol olKoeure of ofRosure o oKosure
Koeure slaughtering slau htering in New ew York am amthe and andthe anthe
I Iearcaaes
the leaving of the better parts part of the theCarcasses theearcasees
Carcasses for other purposes than feed feedng feedIng feedlog
log ng the Jewish population that large largluppiies large largesupplies largesupplies
supplies of hind quarter and rib meat meatire meatsare mea meaare
are ire offered ofI cd for sale In New York at rate ratetheaper ratetl ratetlcheaper ratesaheaper >
cheaper than they the can be bought in Chi Chiago Cblcago Chicage
cago ago and at other Western etern points pointsflncty pointsXlnet pointsinety
Xlnet flncty Per Cent Come from There ThereIt ThereIt ThereIt
It is 1 a fact according to Mr Carter Carterhat Cartorl Cartorlthat Carterthat
that hat about 90 per cent of the beef con conturned oonsumed eonstimed
turned in Washington is brought frotrfew from tromNew fromew
few ew York at a cost of one and a halt hallents haltcents haltcents
cents cents a a pound freight and nd distributedhere distributed distributedlere
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here lere Mr Carter said that the local localneat localmeat localmeat
meat trade other than this would not noimount notaipount I Iamount
amount mount to 10 per cent of tho whole Hoto1d Ho Hoold Haod
to1d old the commltteo that the choicest outs cuUif outsDC I IQt
Qt DC if loin round ribs r1b and other parts ol olhe oC ofLhe I Ithe
the he beef used so extensively in Washing Washingon Washington ashlng ashlngton
ton on are derived from these dismemborecarcasses dismembered dismemberedcarcas dismemberedarcasses
carcas arcasses es brought here from New Yorklie York YorkJe YorkHe
He Je said Washington wag Wa bettor fed and andit andat andit
at it a little cheaper prices in this way wa than thanf thanIf thaiLf
If Lf f the meats came from the West ex exJuslvely excushely exlusively
Juslvely as they did ten years ears ago inIre In Inhe Inthe
the he heyday of the operations of the beef beetrust beeftrust beefLrust
trustMr rust LrustMr rustMr
Mr Carter explained to the committee committeethat committeethal committeehat
that there Is now no central control over overhe overhe overtho
tho he meat market no no manipulation of the thtupplies tbtsuPVl1es thempplies
upplies In the interests or higher prices pricesI pricesHe pricesFie
He Fie I asserted all erted with emphasis that the meat meatr meattrad meetrsdo
trad rsdo r dfe Is wide open and subject to the theree th thfrte theree
frte ree operation of the laws of supply and andiemand andemand andlemand
iemand and that It had been so ever everinco eversince everince
since inco the passage of the antitrust anti trust law lawltd lawand lawted
and ltd the railroad rate bill billDescribes billDescribcs billDescribes
Describes Egg Business BusinessWith DU31nelllsWith BnInessWith
With reference rererence to tho handling of the thejgg theogg thegg
ogg jgg gg supplies Mr Carter described at atength atlength atength
ength the manner of conducting the bus buslless business busless
less as pursued by b his firm Yesterday Yesterdayor Ycsterda Ycsterdafor
for or example his company paid 26 264 cents centsor centsCor centsor
Cor or eggs at Winchester and Purcellville Purcellvillefa
Va fa where they maintain stations for asembling as asiembllng assembling
iembllng eggs These eggs are brought broughtto
to 0 Washington and sold to the retailer retailerit retailerat
at it 20 to 90 cents a dozen Ho thought thoughtLhat thoughtthat thoughtbat
that the majority of his customers soldhem sold soldthem soldthem
them to the consumer at about 38 cents centsMr centsMr centsMr
Mr Carter said the two stations men menJoned mentioned menioneel
Joned were maintained by his firm the theear theyear therear
year ear through The eggs e s are brought to tohe tothe tohe
the he stations by men who collect them themrom themtrom themrom
trom rom the famers in tho vicinity of those thoseiltles thosecities thoseities
cities The haulers as they are called calledwe callednre calledire
nre we paid 1 111 ½ cents a 3 dozen the freight freightjn
jn the eggs to Washington la i 3 of a asent acent aent
sent a a dozen the cases cost 23 of a aent 8cent aent
cent ent and Mr Ir Carter said that his firm firmifter firmafter firmLiter
after standing 5ta dlng all losses by way of bad badiggs badeggs badggs
eggs breakage c tries to make 5 per perent percent perent
cent ent for carrying on the business businessConsnmcr businessConsunler businessConsumer
Consumer Is l Inconsiderate Inconsideratepeaking Illconsiclerate5Peaklng InconsiderateSpeaking
5Peaklng peaking of the additional cost of car carymg carryihg caryfhg
ryihg ymg yfhg on the produce business now aa aaompared 8Bcompared asompared
ompared with former years Mr Carter Cartermid Cartersaid Cartermid
mid he thought the consumers as a aslass aclafs alass
clafs lass had become fastidious and Incon Inconsiderate Inconsiderate inconilderate ¬
siderate to a a degree that came near nearmswerlng nearanswering nearLnswering
answering the question of the higher higherwice higherprice higherwice
price wice for foods He said tho average averagelousekeeper aeragehousekeeper averageiouseheeper
housekeeper no longer goes to market marketShe marketShe markethe
She he has the telephone She orders a ajteak asteak ateak
steak for breakfast lamb chops for forunchoon forlUDcheon forunchoon
unchoon and a roast of beef for dinner dinnerind dinnerand dinnerLud
and instead of looking as far ahead as aano asono asno
ono > no days supplies she orders the cuts cutsmo cutsone cutsno
one mo at a time and the dealer Is obliged obligedo
to o make about four trips a day to de deliver deliver deher ¬
liver the stuff required to feed one oneamlly onefaml oneamily
faml famllr amlly amllyMr amilyMr
Mr Carter said he had seen a grocers grocerslerk grocersclerk grocerslark
clerk lark go to a house ten squares from fromhe fromthe fromho
the he store to receive an order for a loaf loaff loafof
of > f bread and a cake of yeast and bothutd both bothiad bothImd
Imd iad to be delivered He said there was waslot wasnot wasiot
lot enough profit In such operations to tolegln tobegin toegin
begin to pay the cost of delivery unless unlessery unlessvery unlessery
very ery high prices are maintained Hehought He Hebought Hethought
bought tha that thatthe the first step toward lower lowerrices lowerprices lowerrices
prices > rices was in greater considerateness on onhe onthe onhe
the he part of the consumers toward the theocal thelocal theocal
ocal tradesmen tradesmenMr tradesmenMr tradesmenMr
Mr Carter presented some startling startUngstatistics
statistics relative to the U e decrease ecrease of live liveiniinals 110an1mnlB liverilmals
iniinals on the farms arms of tho country He HeA
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Pert Ujtr MBttwrr uur Poat Poattook Podtook
t took < K k hog hogs for example It appears apP6 rs the thathe tltat tltatthe thethe
the number of live hogs bo on the farms o othe of ofthe othe
the country have decreased M 4 per cent li liton In Intoo Iiton
ton years and that in the face of an In Increase Increu increase
crease creu of 15 l per cent in the population populationCorn populationCorn populationCorn
Corn in the same period which is thi thichief the thechle th thchief
chief food used in fattening hogs has in increased tncreuro increased
creased In price Ito per cent In ten yean yeanMr yearsMr N NMr
Mr Carter Cart deduced from these figureand figure figuresand ligureeand
and others similar mllar relating relattnlto to beef bee cattle cattlesheep cattleh cattlesheep
sheep h p and oalves that the incentive t tthe to tothe tthe <
the farmer to raise raw animals for the inea ineasupplies meat meatauppUe mealsupplies
supplies of f the nation are no longer set sufftdont suCftcloot setficiestt
ftdont to Induce larger 1ar er supplies He II Ie In Informed Informed Informed
formed the committee he could not ever everguess eenguess everguess
guess where the conditions would lead leadSecretary le leadSecretary d dS
Secretary S tArY Grant yesterday > tjterday announce announced announcedtho announceithe announcethe
the personnel of o the committee appointsby appoints appointedby appointby
by A Leftwieh Sinclair to consider Senate Senatebill Sonattbill Sonatebill
bill 404 entitled An act for the propei propeiobservance properobwrvaJCe propeiobservance
observance of Sunday Sunt This bill TVW TVWreferred vureferred ivalreferred
referred to the committee on law anc anclegislation and andle adlegislation
legislation le < < tslatlon with direction that the subbet sub subject 6ubt
bet t be Investigated and a report subrajt subrajtted submt submtted submjtted
ted to the chamber at its next mooting mootingThe meotlngTIHI meetingThe
The committee follows followsPerrlval followsPerrlal followsPereival
Perrlval M Brown chairman Normal NormalT NormanT
T Engel Louis Goldsmith Leo P Her Harlow Herlow EIarlow
low Walter A Johnston George H Judd JuddJoseph JuddJ JuddJoseph
Joseph J fph Richardson Conrad H lL Syme SymeWilliam SynMWilliam SyineWilliam
William D West Wo t George W White White an aamRobert anRobert and andRobert
Robert H Young YoungND You YouFIND YoungFIND
FIND ND IMPORTANT WITNESS WITNESSAGAINST WITNESSAGAINST WITNESSAGAINST
AGAINST PACKING F FIRMS FIKMSChicago FIRMSChicago FIRMSChicago
Chicago Feb 3 IThat That an Important Importantwitness ImportantibM importantwItims
witness wItims < ibM 8 for the government in its effort effortbo etrortto effortto
to discover tangible evidence that th thSherman the theSherman theSherman
Sherman antitrust law 1 is being violate violateby T101atedby violatedby
by the big bl houses of Packlngtown h hcome hall hallcomt hascome
come to the assistance u tance of District Attorminy At Attorney Attornoy ¬
torney Sims and that his h evidence will willbe s1l s1lbe
be submitted to the Federal grand jury jurywithin jurywithin jurywithin
within a few days upon a pledge of per personal perlIOIIal pereonal ¬
sonal immunity was a report circulate circulatein dreulatedIn
in the Federal building bulldln today Th Thname The Thename Theseine
name of the witness ttAe wa wac net disclosed dlsctoeodWhen dlsckModrhen disclosedWhen
When rhen the grand jury Jur w went nt into session seasioitoday se sessiontoday lon lontoday
today Ralph Crews general eneral counsel forhe for foethe forthe
the he National PAcking Company who al aleady alre 1 1eady
re eady dy he hu been interrogated several times timesreturned tlmoreturned timeseturned
returned to the jury room carrying an anJther another anther
other bundle of books booksArthur booksArthur booksArthur
Arthur Colby assistant treasurer of the theNational theNational theational
National also was recalled recalledHollln recalledRolUn recalledRollin
Hollln A Stearns a 8 clerk of Swift SwiftCo t tCo t to <
Co o and Arthur F Rogers department departmentmanager depertmentmanager departmentsmanager
manager were also a examined examinedPREACHERS examinedPREACHERS examinedPREACHERS
PREACHERS GET TOGETHER TOGETHERntcrdcnominatlnnnl TOGETHERInterlenomlnntlonnllIlnnce TOGETUERntcrdenominntionnl
InterlenomlnntlonnllIlnnce ntcrdcnominatlnnnl Alliance lll1ance Organ OrganIzcd Or OrganIzeil n nJZCll
Izcd and Office Officers Elected ElectedAn IJlectelAn ElectedAn
An Interdenominational Evangelical Min MinIsters Mm Mmstars lIn lInlitera
stars Alliance of colored pr preach preachers < achers rs wairganls WAIl WAIlorpnlsed wasrgnIsed
orpnlsed > rganls d in this city Wednesday af afternoon afternoonat ternooi ternooiit
at it Asbury M tr r E Church A constitution constltutioiind constitutionand constitutiontad
and tad bylaws were adopted at t the meeting meetingvhlcli meetingwhleb meetingcbich
vhlcli wa W was presided overy over by b Pr r S L LJorrothers LCorrothers Lorrothers
Jorrothers CorrothersTho JorrothersThe orrothersThe
The following officers o 1cera were elected Sec Secetary Secretary Seeetary
etary R K l Harris assistant u lsmnt secretary secretaryr sooretaIY sooretaIYJ
J 1 r H Martin treasurer 3 M W V Blair reorter re reorter reporter
porter > orter James W V Poe executive e < ocutlve commit commitee committee
tee ee E S Williams A C Garner I N Nron NRoes No
Roes o s G T Long F K Grlnk J 11 Wale Waledron WalIron
Iron ron S L L Corrothers D E Wiseman Wisemannd Wisemanand Wisemanmd
and nd T J Brown BrownTho BrownTho BrownThe
Tho next meeting will be held at Gal Galiralth Galbraith Gelraith
iralth Church next Monday onday An invite Invltalon InvJt8tlon inviteion
tlon lon has been e sent nt Booker T Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe WashingtonThe
The Finest Roses Gro Grown GrownGudes GrownGudes rn rnGudes
Gudes American Beauties Be Beautiesperfectly Beautiesperfectlylevolopedfresh uUesperfectl uUesperfectldlolopedfrNh perfectly perfectlylevoloped
dlolopedfrNh levoloped fresh cut daily 1214 F st stGoes stGoes stGoes
Goes to Falls Fall Church Pulpit PulpitThe PulpitTho PulpitThe
The Rev Re A A Van Ingelgem has been beenppointed beenappointed beenippointed
appointed rector of St James Catholic CatholicIhurch CatholicChurch CatholichurcIm
Church at Falls Church Va Father Fatherngelgoms FatherIng61 Fatherngelgoms
Ing61 ngelgoms oms lectures on art have made him himrominent himprominent himrominent
prominent rominent among educational institutions institutionsle
He le Ie will 11l succeed Rex Rc James M Tearney Tearneyvho Tearneywho Tearneyvho
vho has been made pastor of Holy j J lY Cross CrosJhurch CroSFChurch Crosshurch
Church at Lynchburg Father Ingelgem Ingelgems In gal gem gemIs
Is s a native of Belgium BelgiumMARRIAGE BelgiumIARnIAGE BelgiumMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESLowfa LIGE LICENSESLewis SES SESLowI9f
Lewis LowI9f X Vblpp ft 1 and Edna Cochran 13 i Ret ReYG RetI
G 5 A Miller MilterPnrt MillerFreak IDkr IDkrPraDk
Freak O Stapeon 46 of lUchnoad R1c1l = < < ld Me r iwl iwl3ertnide ndGertrnde asilerthide
3ertnide L Wallace 37 of Rochester N IL Her HerKM HeYSar1Ul ltev11
Sar1Ul > KM II WoodroJames Voodrwr VoodrwrJames VoodioirJames
James S Bryant 2 2i1 and Pearl S Edwards 23 23th So Soboth 3 3uth
both th of PdwrfmrR Va ReT J Howard Well WriteJaroea WellJaRIM WellJamee
Jaroea Batter BattPr1 a 38 8 and Johanna T Scheppach 2t 2tJcr 24 24Rcr 24tot
Rcr tot James F r Mackin IadriR
MackinCOLORED
COLORED COLOREDMKdten COLORIIDMttthell COLORED1Utebell
MKdten Veney 24 and Alice Lancaster 21 Ret RetA fleir
11 A r J i Kennedy KennedyGccrge KcmicdiGeere
Gccrge S ROM 37 and Ratio Lewis Lw 2L L Rev RerL ItetII Revt
L t II Catlett CattettAtJRuatas CatlettAapMas catlettAngvMiie
AtJRuatas F Rrosden ro tea Jr 17 ami EHzabath K Ktfcaw RShaw Eihw
Shaw 24 Rev Jama E Eo Willis WUKsJaraee WillbJaJDee WillisJamee
Jaraee Walker Wll 3J and Nanrfe anstc P ltritIgtonD Parisgion riiigioa 3 51 Rev Rera RevJalMS Ratraee
JalMS a e3 E Willis WillisWilliam WillisWilliam nIl nIlWllilam
William M f Garner 23 5 and Georgia Lee 2L 2LJ 21 21tet tl tlner
ner tet J B Mathew MathewLOCAL MathewsLOCAL bthcwLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCunSIOXS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAY TOiDAYNorfolk TODAYNerfolk Y Ycrfolk
Norfolk crfolk and Washington Wal ingtoo Steamboat Company Coinrinysteeners Companytamers Companysatamen
tamers from foot of Seventh street for Old Point PolnJwnfort PoJntComfort Pointunfort
Comfort and Norfolk orfoik daily at 645 p m mSteamer mStecuner isSteamer
Steamer Charles O arles Macatatcr for Mount Veraon Veraonx YernonLoaves VeussiMates
Loaves Mates x rea Seventh street wharf at 10 a In and 115 115n 1t5XL
XL I n m mOars mCars incars
Cars from Fifteenth street and New York avenue avenuevery 8ICDUOevery avenuevery
very Quarter hour for Zoo Park Chery CheT Chase and andKensington aDdKen5iDgtoo1 andena1ugton
Kensington Ken5iDgtoo1CriterIon Kensingtonrlterlon ena1ugtonrlterlou
CriterIon rlterlon Ilye Wlil Whlllky kr 1 Pull Quart QnnrtJohn QunrtJohn QuartJohn
John T Crowley S31 S3114th 14th st nw nwSen nwSen nwSen
Sen Foods l oOcb Steaks Chops Snlnil Snlnr14e Snlnr14ePhlla Snlni1c Snlni1chila < c c3hila
3hila hila Oyster 0 5ter Chop House 513 11th nw nwSprtnp nwSprlDF nwSpring
Spring stock stockOil X4tocKoil Jtockon
Oil cookers gas ranges water heaters heatersG16
G16 16 12th st 810 C A Muddlman Co Co1 Co1204 12M G GCavaxln GCavn1n Gcavarba
Cavaxln rJumh rimuMiun 1331 O aWi 1T
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PARTY m IEH SEE TAFAir TAFT TAFTAir TAFIAir
Air of Mystery About Con Confercnce Confercnce Confercnce
fercnce on Ohio Oll O SituationJ SituationCANDIDATES Situation SituationCANDIDATES
J
CA CANDIDATES DDATES MAY BE CHOS CHOSWho CHOSEN CHOSENVlto CKOSEWire
Who Vlto Will 111 Run AfftiiiiMt Harmon an anAVho nnd nndho nnWho
Who ho Will VIII Succeed Dick Matters latter o oMoment ot otfomcnt 0Momeiit
Moment that Engage En nge Preitldeii PreitldeiiAttorney lreJllhlcntttornc Iresldcnl4tttorziey
Attorney ttornc General and Others 1 1Two In In1wo ii iiJ
Two J o Meetings Same Day DayTwice DayTwice DuyTwice
Twice yesterday e terday President Taft ha haconferences had hadconferences haiconferences <
conferences over the political situation ii iihis I Ihis In Inhis
his home State In which Attorney Gen General General General
eral WIckersham Wade H Bllla iils assist assistant uslstant assistant
ant to the Attorney Attorne General and former formeattorney formerattorney formaattorney
attorney general gener l of the Buckeye StateArthur State StateArthur StateArthur
Arthur I Vorys manager for Ohio o otho oC oCtho othe
tho Taft campaign Walter S Brown Brownchairman Brownchairman Brownchairman
chairman of the Republican State com committee committee cornmittee
mittee and Henry A Williams formechairman forme formerchairman formechairman
chairman of that committee participated participatedWhen ptirtlcllletedWhen perUcipatedWhen
When the President wasnt conferring conferrlnjwith conferringwllh conferriniwith
with the visiting Ohioans they war wartalking ware waretalking wantalking
talking to Wade Ellis Collector Wlllian WlllianLoob WilltamLoob WillianLoab
Loob jr of New York and Senator SenatorBurton SenatorBurton nators natorsBurton
Burton and Dick of their home State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It was ftll a mystorioitt mystorlo gathering Th ThOhioans The TheOhloanlil TbOhioan <
Ohioans proceeded first to theiofftee o oMr ot otMr oMr
Mr Ellis ElU in the Department partment ot Justice Justiceand Justiceand Justiceend
and dropped Into the White House fo foluncheon for forluncheon foluncheon
luncheon Tho lunchtime conversatloi conversatloiwas con conversetioiwas rsetion rsetionso
was so Interesting that the President Presidentguests Pre Presldentiguests ldonts ldontsgu
guests gu ts didnt get away way for several hours hoursLater hoursLatcr hoursLater
Later they went over to the Treasury Treasuryand Treasuryand Treasuryand
and there Mr Vorys ran into Collectoi CollectoiLoeb Co1loctorLoeb ColioctoLoeb
Loeb whom hom he buttonholed and wit witwhom with withwhom witiwhom
whom he talked for more than half ai aihour an anhour arhour
hour hourWhile hourWhUe hourWhile
While the men front froI the Presidents PresidentsState PreeldantsState PrestdentState
State were in the Treasury T Treury ry Attorne AttorneGeneral Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttornelGeneral
General Wickersham and Mr Ellis wen wenstill wereUll werstill
still Ull in consultation with Mr r Taft TaftIteturn TaftIleturn ThItReturn
Return for Brief Hour IlonrAt I1onrt HourAt
At t 5 oclock the three Ohioans went wenlt wentback Wtfliback
back t ack to the White Whit Howe where they re remained remalneU remahaeU ¬
mained until shortly before G oclock oclockwhen oclockAhen oclockwhen
when they left and Mr Vorys V went ir irlearch In Inearch iiearch
earch of Senators Dick and Burton All Allthree AllthrM Althree
three left ft the Capital last night and il ilivaa It Itwa IIwas
wa was understood undcr tood that hat they may returj returjlater returJlater retur returlater
later in the week weekIt weekIt weekIt
It was as said whether any man shall b bput be beput be beput <
put up to oppose the renomlnatton ol olCharles of ofCharles olCharles
Charles Dick for the United States Sen Senito Senate Senate
ate and who shall be chairman of the tiuState theState theState
State committee all came up for or con consideration consldoratlon conilderetlon ¬
sldoratlonThe sideration ilderetlonThe siderationThe
The President it was said is not nearly nearljis nearlyas
is much worried about conditions ir irDblo In InOhio itOhio
Ohio as are some me of his friends He 1 1i Is Isaware iaware
aware ware i however that the Republican Republicantarty Republicarparty Republicanparty
party must put forward some strong mar marLo manto marto
to make the race against Gov Harmon Harmonind Hannonaoo Harmonmel
mel that possibly there could be founc founcmother toundanother founcanother
another candidate for the Senate who h itstronger hstronger Is Is8trOn
8trOn stronger 8r with tho people than is Mr MrDick MrDlok MrDick
Dick or Harry Daugherty time t e only other otherMan othermen othecmen
men who has announced his candldacj candldacjor candldacytor candidac3lee
lee or Dicks seatConvention seat seatConvention HatConcntlon
Convention Mce Meets a in JnneThe June JuneThe JuneThe
The legislature will select Dicks sue suejeasor su suc suemeaner
c meaner sor in May a and the Republican con contention conyentlon conScention ¬
tention will meet in June vto to choose it itlandidatee Its Itscandtdates ittiandidates
landidatee on the State ticket one oi oiEvhont otwhom olcvhom
whom will be the man who is to face3ov face taceGov faceov
3ov ov Harmon In the fight for Ohio OhioIt OhioIt I IIt
It was said yesterday ye terda that in addition additionto
to Lo Mr Dick and Mr tlr Daugherty there thereprobably thereprobably j jprobably
probably will be two other candidates candidatesfor candidatesfor 1
for th the toga One will be Myron T THerrtek THerrick T1lernick
Herrick former governor of the State Stateand Stateand Stateend
and the other it was asserted will be beCharles beCharles beCharles
Charles P Taft brother of the Presi President Presldent President ¬
dent Although Mr Taft has beerrather beer beenrather beerrather
rather noncommittal as to his candidacy candidacyfor candldactor candidacyror
for the Senate and a a little Inclined to tomake tomake tomake
make light of It it was said last night nightthat nighttbat RightLhet
that he has been considering conlld rlng it seriously seriouslyJust serlousljust seriouslylust
Just the same sameFor sameFor sameFor
For the governorship James Rudolph RudolphGarfleW RudolphGarflekl Rudolphanf1eld
GarfleW anf1eld Secretary of the Interior De Department Department Doartment ¬
partment artment under President Roosevelt and andWarren andWarren andWarren
Warren G Harding who used to be a aForaker aForaker aForeker
Foraker man but who was IS one of the theIrst tho1rst thelrst
Irst to come over to Mr Ir Taft arp men mentioned mentioned menLionee ¬
tionedIn tioned tionedIn LioneeIn
In addition to many others the name namef nameor
or > f Wade W Ellis was suggested yesterday yesterdayMr je terday terdayIr
Mr Ir Ems it was said might be put up upjither upelth upaither
elth jither r against Coy Go Harmon or as a can candidate Calldldate candldate ¬
dldate for the Senatorshlp SenatorshlpPresident Snatorsblppreeldent SanatorshipPresident
President Taft yesterday persuaded persuadedJohn persuadedJohn persuadediohn
John Embry to retain his position as asJnited asUnited asLTnited
United States attorney in Oklahoma Okl oma and andJius andthus andJaus
thus settled a a dispute disputeCharles dl disputeCharles pute puteCharI
Charles CharI D Hill HlllM Assistant Secretary Secretaryf S r tJtr tJtrof
of f the Treasury called at t tho White WhiteHouse WhiteElouse WhiteHOUM
House yesterday esterda and It is s said induced inducedhe Inducedthe inducedhe
the he President to let him remain where he hes heis heS
is s rather than go to New York as colectot col colector collector
lector of the port portFnbllcitr portPnlUcUy portPublicity
Publicity of Corporation CorporationPresident CorporntlolUPrefikIont CorporationsPresident
President Taft yesterday told S C CKeads CMeads Ceads
Meads eads of New York that publicity of ofsorporations orcorporallons ofiorporations
sorporations would ould be a benefit to the theniblic thepupUc theUJIiC
pupUc niblic as well as the corporations Mr MrHeads MrIeeds Mrtteeds
Heads conferred on the corporation bill billSenator billSenator billSenator
Senator Depew arranged with the Presdent Pres Presdent PresIdent
dent yesterday for the reception re < epUon at the theArhite theWhite theVhite
White House tomorrow of a hundred or ornore ormore ornone
more New York Republican editors editorsvhom editorswhom editorsvhom
vhom he is bringing to Washington for fori fora
a i L two days stay staySwamp sta staSwnmp staySwamp
Swamp Reclamation Favored FavoredPresident FnoredPresident FavoredPresident
President Taft told a delegation of ofprominent oflromlnent ofrorninent
prominent rorninent Arkansans who called at theVhite the theiVhite theWhite
White House yesterday in company with withSenator withSenator with3enator
Senator Senator Clarke that he is as much in invor Infaor inavor
faor avor vor of the redemption of the swamp swampind samplind swampmd
ind overflow lands of the country by byIralnage bydrainage byirainage
drainage Iralnage as be Is In favor of the reclama reclamalon reclamation reclarnaion
tion lon of tho arid lands of tho West by byIrrigation byIrrigation byrrigation
IrrigationThe Irrigation IrrigationThe rrigationTime
The visitors from the Southwest areero are arelero arehero
hero lero ero to t obtain a survey of the swamp swamplands swamplands swampands
lands of of the eastern part of Arkansas Arkansasnany Arkansasmany Arkansasnany
nany hundred miles of which are covered coveredvlth coveredlth coveredtlth
vlth lth water Mr Taft expressed himself himselfn himselfIn
In n hoarty hart sympathy with tho movement movementfter movementArtel movementfter
Artel fter their audience with the President Presidentho Presidenttho
tho ho delegation visited Vice President PresidentSherman PresidentShermari Presidentharman
Shermari Sherman Speaker Cannon Chairman Chairmanscott ChairmanScott Chairmanscott
scott of the House Committee on Agri Agrijulture AgricultJre AgriZultire
julture and Secretary Wilson of the theDepartment theDepartment theopartment
Department of o Agriculture They re rereived reo reocelved reeived
reived assurances that their proposition propositionvould propositionwould propositionvould
vould receive fair consideration by Con Conres Congress Conress
gress gressThe res resThe ress ressThe
The drainage movement Is attracting attractingwidespread attractingwidc5pread attractingvidespread
widespread attention as the result of ofho ofthe ofho
the ho high price or foodstuffs and those thosevho thosewho thosevho
vho are advocating It believe that It Itffers Itoffers itiffers
offers ffers one of the best solutions of the theiroblem theproblem theiroblem
problem iroblem for increasing the supply of ofigrlcultural ofagricultural oftgricultural
agricultural products productsHolds productslIolc1i productsHolds
Holds Monthly Dance DanceThe DanceThe DanceThe
The Delta Pleasure Club held its regu regular regular reguar ¬
lar ar monthly dance at the Pythian Temple TempleWednesday TemploWednesdayevenlng Templerednesda3
Wednesdayevenlng WednesdayevenlngCROUP Wednesday evening eveningCROUP eveningCROUP
CROUP CROUPIs
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lutely free from fro m disease diseasegerms diseaseO diseasegerms
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III REPAIRING THAT MAKES OLDSHOES OLD OLDSHOES OLDSHOES
SHOES LOOK LIKE NEW NEWThose NEWThose NEWThose
Those old shoes will look like new if we repair them Parts Partsrepaired Partsrepaired I Irepaired
repaired will wi1llast last as long if not longer than before the shoes had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been worn as we use only the Best Methods Our method of ofWHOLE ofWHOLE ofWHOLE
WHOLE SOLE AND HEEL HEELProduces HEELProduces HEELProduces
Produces a repaired shoe that th t to all appearances has just come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from the store instead of from the repairer repairerMENS repairerMENS I IMENS
MENS SHOES 8150 150 LADIES SHOES S125THIS S125 5125THIS 125 125THIS
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25c 25cIf
If accompanied by b order for whole soling and heeling heeling1N
N B Blhls This applies only to mens and womens shoes and must rauitbe mustbe mustbe
be used before February 11 11National 11National 11National
National Shoe Mfg and Repair Co
442 Ninth St N W Phone Main 1619 1619DR 1619DR5 I IDR
DR H H5 S S1 HURSH HURSHPAINLESS HURSHPAINLESS HURS HURSPAINLESS
PAINLESS PAINLESSI DENTIST DENTISTI
I have spent years In perfecting the methods of painless dentistry den dentistry d n nUstry ¬
tistry and tan an honestly hont > stJ say 8U that by my methods the old time t1m fear fearof Cearof fearof
of the dentists chair is a thin thing of the past pastI l8SLI
I have successfully treated hundreds of patients and seat them themaway themawa themaway
away awa happy and thoroughly satisfied with the treatment tre tment reeelvad at atmy atmr atray
my hands handsMy handsh handsMy
My h parlors and operating rooms are as a handsome and com comfortable comtortahlt cornfortable ¬
fortable as modern methods pan can an make m21 e them Thoroughly Th roughly equipped equippedAll ouippedwith Wtulppedwith
with every convenience and fvility Efc1l1t for th the proper treatment ot teeth teethU teethAll
All U work urk done by Dr Ilnmh himself hllllII lf which n nssures Kurea you prompt promptand vromptIlnd promptgnd
and courteous trcntinent Xo o inexperienced assistants assistantsI
I guarantee that my work will please you ou and nd give complete completesatisfaction completesat1sfa completesatisfaction
satisfaction satisfactionCROWNS sat1sfa satisfactionCROWNS Uon UonCROWNS
CROWNS AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY SPECIALTYGold
Gold Crowns > 300 5400 400 nnd urn S500 S500Bridge iOO 300Bridge iOOBrlche
Bridge Work ork 300 400 OO and S500 S500Pnrrelnln S00lorcelnin 100 100lorrelnlD
Pnrrelnln Crowns 300 to 300 300Plate OO OOI OOPlates
Plate I lnhK SS00 OO up upGold upGolcl upGold
Gold Fllllitp SlOO 100 up upPlatinum upllatinuni
Platinum 1 Fllllnc 100 up upAninlKHm upAn1nl upAniniguni
AninlKHm An1nl nn Enamel nnd Cement Fillings SOc up upPainless upPninlellla upPainless
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