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4 TI THE TPAS wAsinyaTON i11GTQNTL1LE TIMEs WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 221009 22 1909
I VALUATIUN URGED URGEDUNALL URGEDI
I UNALL ONALLRAILROADS ONALLRAILROADSCommerce RAiLROADS RAiLROADSCbmmerce
Commerce Commissions Po Position Position Position ¬
sition Said to Be Backed Backedby Backedby Backedb
b by Administration AdministrationRIGHT AdministrationRIGHT AdministrationRIGHT
RIGHT IS SOUGHT SOUGHTTO i
TO MAKE ROUTES ROUTESWider ROUTESVid ROUTESWider
I
Wider Vid Powers on Many vany Matters MattersRecommended M MattersRecommended tters ttersRocommended
Recommended in In AnnualReport Annual AnnualReport AnnualReport
Report ReportBy
By J C WELLIVER WELLIVERThr
I ItTlmerc
The Th annual report r port of the Interstate InterstateCorn InterstateCommerce
Corn Commerce tTlmerc mere CommUMton R la i particularly particularlynotable parUcuJarlJl1JtalJlo particularlym
notable m tabin brat trat the thever vwx flrst reoommonda recommendation ¬
Von of otthe the commltwl tn n for new legist legisttlon 18f le6islaton > Jsla JslatlOT1
ton fa f s thafc tha thatwhich which dediaroB the necessity necessityfor necc necessttfora slt sltflr
fora for a physical valuation of the railroads raUroadiiWhile railroadsWhile railroadsWhile
While the commission has been for forf forfiot foraote
the of ofuraking oCmsklDl ofmaking
f one fiot > It years committed to policy
making a valuation v ulItlon there has ha been beennvirh been1JnIfh beenm
nvirh m + rh uncertainty whether wheth < < tat that step atepwvsTri step1it stepw
w wvsTri 1it meet the approval of the present presentAdministration pre preeentAdministration ent entAdJ11inlatrRUon
Administration thW h fcct that th t this thisrecommendation thisrecommondation thisrecomntondation
recommendation is not only repoateds repeated repeatedbut repeatedb1lt
s but that it leads the list of demands for foramendments forRJ11endmonts foramendmonts
= amendments to the law is significant significantIt slpl sitttflca cant cantIt t trt
It is understood that the commission commissionaimed conunlMlonuJmoo conunie lon lonaimed
aimed to uiako a its It recommendations bar harmonize barmonize barmoniae
monize w1tb with the general gne purposes purpo es and andpoilclos andlclOaJ andpnileloe
poilclos lclOaJ of the Administration whence whenceit
1 it is gathered that the Administration Administrationvi1
vi1 WI 1 cfv give its support to the effort for a avaluation avaluaUon avaluation
valuation
Urging a Valuation Valuationne
ne commi comm commhrs1oa sSoa In urging a valuationusos valuation valuationuses oaluaUonu
it has been made madenecessary madenece madenecessary
< uses u es the argument tat tl at
necessary nece et by the railroads themselves themselvesIn
In the Spokane rate case the railroads railroadspresented railroadprtsonted railroadspresonted
presented their own valuations va1 > > aUons of theirproperty their theirproperty tbelrproporty
property and urged ur cd that they must have haverates baveratfs haverates
rates high ecowgh 91 OMfh to let them earn reUir3n re returns retunls ¬
turns on the Investment investmentrho investmentThe j jThe
The comntteeton commJe on demands power to toprevent toprnont toprevent
prevent advances of rates pending In Inveatteatfor InvestflatiOl Investlgatiot
veatteatfor as 6 to the reasonableness of ofchang ofchang ofchanged
chang
Railroad Opposition OppositionA 01 > position positionA
A vary important recommendation r c mmQDclUon of o otherommle4ikMt ofthe j jthe
the therommle4ikMt eommtetiatt Is that t at the power power be Rtv Rtvn given
en n to make tn k up all 11 through routes for forboth forboth I Iboth
both frofeht and pasmnsers pRs ngors and pre preecrlbe preetlribe i ilorJlte
ecrlbe the rates over the routes This Thisi
16 i likely t to be HVery very earnestly e I opposed by bythe bytke bythe
the railroads President Taft and his hisadvisers hisadvisers i ialvise
advisers were for a time dubious about aboutthe aboutthe I Ithe
the advisability oC o recommending such sucha
a change but the fact that the comm commis commission commisaton ¬ I I810n
sion Includes Includcsti tills s proposal In Its report reporthoUday reportis I Iis
I ImlnlB
is resaWAd as e8 indicating that the Ad Adm
m mlnlB WOUs tJO ns bin which will bo Intro Introduc
Senator Elkins soon after the thehoiidayreCe5e
dUCOtllut duc
hoUday hoUdarece hoiidayreCe5e recess e will Include such a provison pro proaommlsrfon provlIoR I
vlIoR vlIoRThe visonThe
flon also asks power Ower toprecrtbd to topreserlbtf t tp1
The aommlsrfon o Dml
preserlbtf p1 W JIG e cwdittons c > under which the theshipper theelapper I IfIIlpper
rOute his shipments On Ont Ont1
may rumw rumwl
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t t1 l mint p int likewise 1Ikew e the railroads raUro d have havee haveenterer
e enterer rwl the most earnest elm lIIt protest prot t with withPpsvient withI i
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the th past two t 10 yea years under the rules and andreirulatioix andre
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WESTERN ALUMNI MEETS MEETSr
r the class da of l It10 1o of the th Western Ve tern HlKli IIinhSchool HlKliSrhooi HI < < h hSdIooI
School will hold a reception r < < fptlon for all the thealumni thealumni thealumni
alumni this evening evenin < < at th the school 8 < hool bulld bulldAll bulldI buildida
ida I All Aliattendwestern 11 Western graduates are Invited Invitedto
tor to attend attendOpen attea4Opcn
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Open Evenings Until Christmas3To Christmas
No Charge for Suburban Deliveries DeliveriesVelocipedes DeliveriesVelocipedes DeliveriesVelocipedes
Velocipedes VelocipedesH
ccrtfa made with sit luljl sitjurtapie
S jl jurtapie ta l4 > hk Mrale lIp lIpIPj
IPj rest t a II if i steel ICt steelwheelu tOPlMQRSELLS pl pl11f
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t 1 1MORSELlS 125 125MGRSF1L w 0 0t
MQRSELLS munOCIl O S Hardware Store
1 11057 Seventh Str Street StreetJoHNBON StreetS StreetALBERT StreetALBERT
ALBERT L 1 JoHNBON JH 80 Ir Irpd Prprirtor Prprirtordoles prl tor toraies tLdflle
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MASS OF REQUIEM REijUIEMFOR REQUIEMFOR
FOR KING LEOPOLD LEOPOLDPr
President Pr sident Taft and Members Membersof
of the Cabinet Will Attend AttendSt AttendSt
St Matthews Church ChurchSolemn ChurchSolem ChurchSolemn
Solemn high b h mass of requiem will 111 be besuns beaung
suns at 10 18IO oclock tomorrow morning ntOrn ntOrnIn
in St t Matthews Church for rorUie the repose reposeof
of the soul of o his lat late majesty Leopold LeopoldII
II King of the Belgians BelgiansTh BoJg1AnThe BelgiansThe
Th The services vices will be attended by the
President of the United States Stt members
of the Cabinet and diplomatic officials
Though Thou no private Invitations have
been issued l8s ed by the Belgian Bel n minister mlnl ter
friend of Belgium will be welcome
The services will be elaborate elaborateLEOPOLDS elaborateLEOPOLDS elaboraLEOPOLDS
LEOPOLDS FUNERAL FUNERALMARKED FUNERALMARKED FUNERALMARKED
MARKED BY STORM STORMBRUSSELS STORMBRUSSELS STORMBRUSSELS
BRUSSELS Dee DeeTorrential 22 2TorrentiaI Torrential rains rainstoday rainstOOar rainstoday
today interfered with 1th the spectacular spectacularfeatures spectac spectacularfeatures lar larJ08tureg
features that were to have marked the
funeral of Ling Inn Leopold Notwithstand Notwlth tand ¬
Jill hi ing the downpour the streets were werecrowded werecrowded werecrowded
crowded and every available aVl lable roof from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which the funeral cortege could be beviewed bevIewed beviewed
viewed wan a packed Spectators S eO ator8 paid llld
is high a Il8 5iCJ far window seats ae ta aloti along
the line of the procession proce peocesslonBrusbeie lon lonar
Brussels ar 18 never looked more gloomy
than today Crepe wa W was fI on every build
Ing The continuous < < booming boomln of canngn canngnand cannQnand canntlnand
and the tolling of bells added to the therain theraIn therain
rain gave the city a funereal aspect a pect that
fitted in well with the obsequies of the
late sovereign sovereignAmong soverohnAmong soverolgnAmong
Among the official representatives reprc entaUve of ofother ofother ofother
other nations at the funeral were United
States Minister Henry Lane Wilson Wilsonand Wilsonand Vileonand
and the new secretary of the legation legationU
U Grant Smith Senator Deerais for forFrance forJorance forrauce
France rauce Prince Arthur of oCConnaught oCConnaughtfor Connaught Connaughtfor
for England Prince Henry of Prussia Prussiafor Pru Prussiafor la lator
for Germany Archduke Franz Salvator Salvatorfor Salvatortor Salvatorfor
for AustriaHungary Prince Charles of ofBourbon orBourbon ofBourbon
Bourbon for Spain and Prince Ferdi Fenlinand Ferdinand Fenhnand ¬
nand for RoumanlCOUNrS Roumania RoumaniaCOUNTS RoumanlaCOUNTS
COUNTS SON ARRIVES ARRIVESCo ARRIVESCOllnt ARRIVESCotnt
Co COllnt Cotnt l nt Gunter von Bornstorn son sonof sonoC sonof
of the German ambassador to the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stat arrived in Washing Washington Waahln Waahlnton ¬
ton today He reached reach New York Yorkyesterday Yorky8torday Yorkyesterday
yesterday on board the Kaiser Wil Wilhelm Wilhelm Withelm
helm II and will spend Christmas in inth Inthp inthe
th the District with hi his parents
SPECIAL FUNERAL FUNERALFOR FUNERALINGS I
FOR I IPAlt1S KINGS INGS SONS SONSPATOIS I IPA1IS
PATOIS Dec 2i 2tSlmultaJ SimultsJ eous with withthe withth withthe
the th funeral of TCta KJ King g Leopoll Leopo 1 in Brtis Brtiswsls BrusM Bruestele
stele M today a si S1teCla > eclal funeral service at attended attended ¬
tended by the two sons of the Kin Kinand KIJIAmI I In tn
and Baroness Vpuffhan Vl1u han Luc1 Lucian LucianPhilippe nnd nndPhilippe nndPhlUppe
Philippe was held at Arrouville near nearthe n nearthe ar artbe
the Ballncourt chateau of th the ber barro barroThe baNes t1Cas t1CasThe 1
The lads were ere attended by their theirernetl KON KONernesee po poernessee
ernesee ernetl ernessee Each child wore a huge huge bo bofrom bOw bOwor t
TMY ThfYfront went wentfrom
or crepe crepe on his left arm
car carriages carr1ageL carriagee ¬
from Balincourt to Arrouville in
riages r1ageLMme riageeMore riagesMine
Mine Verger a staler of Baroness BaronessVaughan Baro BaroY8U BaroDe
declared that the mor morbaroness morJrAnat D Dganatic
Y8U Vaughan AR today
And Andthe andthe
JrAnat marri Tnan lage ge between LeOpold
before tl the thedeath thedeath e edeath
the baroness took place plac
> Leopold LeopoldMconsort Leopoldcon s sconsort
death of Queen QtI n Henriette
She said that Henri HenriCHRISTY nri nria nrithe
1908
consort ort In n
con aUes a on only request of LeOpold at cthe cthetime theettes the thethat
marriage be not con coneummted
time waa that the notMme
eummted until after her death Mme MmeVer Mmeaummated MmeVerger
tAnd In InParle
little flower flowerParis
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Paris
C CZA CHRISTY CASE GOES ON ONZATSSVILLTB ONZA
ZATSSVILLTB ZA SVILLE 1 Ohio Dec D < < 23 aOwing Owing Owingo Owingthe I Io
of other court business businesshabeas the thehabeas thebabe88 theo
press
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habeas corpus proceedings < < J of Mrs MrsHoward MrsHoward rH rHHo
Christy of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
Howard Ho rd Chandler
her husband the artist artistChristy arUstto
York against a aln8t arUst
possession DC their daughter daughterNAtalie daughterNatalie
NAtalie to Natalie recover has 1 > on continued Ind fknttely fknttelyChristy n tely telyMr
Mr Christy denied there were auj au ne neof negotiations negotintlons
gotiations bJ progress tor a settlement HtUementor
of their domstlc door + stie relations out of court courtKILLED courtKILLED courtKILLED
KILLED BY WAGON WAGONPHILADELPHIA WAGONPJIITJA WAGONPTIILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PJIITJA DELPHIA Dec 22 With Wit hhr hhrarms her herarms herarms
arms full of holly leave which she in intended int intended ¬
tended t nded to place upon the graves of ofloved orJoved ofloved
loved ones In the Knights of Pythias PythiasCemetery PythiaCemetery PythiasCemetory
Cemetery Miss Annie Dotfeon Do a of ofast 955 955Sast 835fast
fast ast Westmoreland > street was tn tndown TJndown TtAdown
down and almost Instantly killed kll1 d bYbiJ by a abig a abig
big bottlers wagon on Kenhgton Kenhglonav9 Kenhglonav9nue ave avatiue avenue
nue at Monmouth street streetStiff stretLumbago streetLumbago
Lumbago LumbagoStiff
Stiff Neck and Sciatica SciaticaAre
Are all forms of rheumatism rheumatism which de depends depen depends ¬
pends pen s on an acid condition of the blond blondresulting MoodresulUul blondresulUng
resulting from defective action of the theliver theliver theliver
liver kidneys and akin affecting the themuscles th thmu themuscles
muscles mu oJes and Joints causing Inflamma Inflammation InammaUon inuunmation ¬
tion stiffness and nd pain For any form formtake formtake onn onntakA
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which whl h corrects corre < < ls the acid condition conditJ > n of o trip tripblood thpblood theblood
blood and effects permanent rures ruresI mresIn re9
I In usual usua liquid form or ciooolatcrl ciooolatcrltablets c eoeolatedtablets 1oro1atNt8
tablets t8 blets called Sarsataba Sa rla tabs 100 Poser EOB r ORP P 1
Christmas Sale Saleof
of Choicest Meats MeatsThursday n nThursday
Thursday ThursdaySirloin
Sirloin Steak lb IbPorterhouse d l21hc 121 121Porterhouse CI CICI
CI Porterhouse Steak Ste k Ib IbRound 114 b 15c 15cRound 15cRound
Round Steak lb r rLeg 0 > 10c 10cLeg 10cLe
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Lamb Chops loin or rib l lb y 15c 15cVeal 1t
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Veal Chops lb v V > lOc lOcShoulder 1 lOcShoulder 0 c cShoulder
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Cranberries very fancy qt 9c 3 qts fr f 5c 5cAtmores 5cAtmores c cAtmores >
= = Atmores Celebrated Mince Meat in pails p i1s lOc lOcAlso 10cU lOcU
U Also full line of fancy Turkeys Chickens ChickensDucks ChickensDucks ChickensDucks
Ducks Geese Rabbits etc at lowest prices pricesf pricesOld
Old Dutch Market
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BQTTLE HAS LONG FLOAT FLOATBLOOMFIELD FLOATBLOOMFIET
BLOOMFIELD D N J I Dec 3 MA A bot bottle bottle ¬
tle which John G Davis of this town townthrew townthrew townthrew
threw Into th tJ the sea four years ear5 ao while whileon
on a fishing trip and nd in which hlch he placed placeda
a card with Ith his
name with a request
for the finder to return It to him has
been bee received by Davis Da vlEl
LUNCH ROOM ROO DAMAGED DAMAGEDWorkmen DArAGEDW DAMAGEDWorkmen
Workmen W orkmen today are repairing the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage which was tiS done by Tire lost lostnight lnstnlsht lastnight
night to the lunchroom on the first floorof floor floorof floorof
of the Colorado building Fourteenth Fourteenthend
end nd G streets The blaze did about aboutJ600 1 about1ton boutbOO
J600 bOO damage dlUna e It is not known how the thelire thefire thelire
lire started
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Christmas rush Our own experienced drivers will deliver yourpurchases your yourpurchases yourpurchases
purchases to you promptly in good condition in our own wag wagons wagons wagons ¬
ons and no one who purchases here will will be disappointed by a late lateChristmas iateChristmas lateChristmas
Christmas gift giftRemember
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and blues Coats are long cuthave cut cuthave cuthll
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A LISNER LISNERThe LISNERThe LISNERs
The Morning s Store StoreOne
One of yesterdays visitors said You have done doneaore dcmeTIore donemore
more to aid the cause of early morning shopping than all allthe allthe allthe
the pleadings pleadi gs of the charitable associations combined combinedAnd combinedAnd combinedAnd
And yet we have h ve done very little preaching preachiDgmerely merely sacrificed sac sacrificed sacrificed ¬
rificed a few dollars and cents in reduced prices for the themorning themorning themorning
morning hours
Only Until Midday MiddayAgain MidmayAgain
Again tomorrow tomorrowaU all 25c articles at 21c 21cf all lI5Oc 50c r ar articles articles artitles ¬
ticles at 44c all 100 articles at 89c all 200 art articles cles at at177t
177 177t all 300 to 10000 articles at 10 10per per cent discount
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100000 Xmas Presents PresentsThe t tThe
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The r ground floor floorfirst first floor Christmas istmas Bazaar Bazaarwi Bazaarresents j jwith 3 I
with wi booths containing presents P PChoi resents ata at a uniform uniformPrice price for forchoice
choice Choi is IS being quoted by b both men and women womenas as the theideal theideal theideal I
ideal arrangement Perhaps this is why the Palms P rIais Royal Royalis
is 1s being again and again quoted as very much the best bestplace bestplace est I Ip1a
place p1a e for presents at 26c 2bcr 50c and 100 1002tc 10021cto Sicto to S9c if t tselected j jselected Iselected
selected before midday middayThe middayThe middayThe
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The Broadcloth Cape as illustrated above aboveis is B here in old rose fOellght raselight j
light blue Copenhagen reseda tan gray gra electric and navy blues btaeeIts bluesIts bluesIts
Its not the cheap stores cheap cape capeits its a Palais Royal 10 garment gar garment garment ¬
ment reduced to 498 The coat at 15 instead of 30 is o of oCaU oCaUwool all allvool al1wool
wool cloth 10th shrunk before being made up mantailored throughout throughoutAll tbtroug throughoutAi1 out outAll
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At Finally Reduced Prices PricesI H
998 I i 51500 1C 1500 1500Were AA tflC 25 25Were fl 3750 3750Were
Were S20 20 Were We W e r e 30 Were 55000 5000 Were We W e r e 75 75The 15The 5 I IThe
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The Stars view of this sale 1 1ae is If any of the styles were passe passeif p ae
if credit store prices were marked on these garmentsIf garments if they t QYwerp were werethe werethe
the failures instead of the successes of the season seasoatbell then would the thereduced thereduced thereduced
reduced prices mean little littleMiss littleMiss
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Miss Santa Santa Claus ClausEvery 3ta 3taErrs il ilEVGry
Every Errs girl wants a Fur Hat forat for forCiiTastnlasnote jp jpChristmas
CiiTastnlasnote Christmas note they are now half halfprIGSo Pi Piprico
prico prIGSo So are all other Hats Hats374 374 374Plume Y Yt a
t 89S instead of 750 to 1500 1500Plume
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What at better Christmas present presentOstrich presentOstrich presentOstrich
Ostrich Feathers now are 1625 in instead instcad instead ¬
stead of 18 525 5 5 instead of S f u t
450 instead of 7 319 instead i io
5 275 instead of 4000n 400 On Sec Second Second Secand ¬
ond Floor d dToBeI79
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t This S250 250 Coat Sweater SweaterAn
An AU 4 Wool Knit Garment G rment as asillustrated asilIustrat asillustrated
illustrated d is extra good value at
V 250 and a rare bargain at 179 179The 179The 179lei
lei The 39S Coats at 298 x 98 and 598 598Coats 698CORts 595V
V V Coats oats at 450 also save you a dol dollar dollar ¬
4 x 1 i r lar and more The 45 and 50inch 50inchSweater 50InchSeRter 50inchSweater
Sweater Coats are to be 598 in instead Instoad int instead ¬
t stead of 750 and 79 instead of ofxw
xw 1000 1000F
F Childrens 98c 9ScThe 98cThe 98cThe
The Cheap Cotton Sweaters we welook Welook
4 look upon as dear at any price pricethoy priceth
1 t t thoy th are not tolerated tole ated here hereExtra hereExtra I IN
N Extra xtra The Childrens Cloth ClothCoats ClothCoats ClothCoats
Coats that remain after 4 oclock oclockthis oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon are to be offered at
26 2 per cent discount one quarter quarteroil
i II oil the marked prices Hurry to tothird totllrd tothird
third floor floorCant Cant you OU come tonight tonightA tonightThe tonightThe
The Palais Royal Royall
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