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ON PARK BOARDCommissioners BOARD BOARDCommissioners BOARDCommissioners
Commissioners Forward a aNew aNew aNew
New Recommendation Recommendationto
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to o Congress CongressDESIRABLE CongressDESIRABLE CongressDESIRABLE
DESIRABLE SITES SITESWILLBE SITESfILL SITESWILL
WILLBE WILL fILL BE STUDIED STUDIEDSpecial STUDIEDSpe STUDIEDSpecial
Special Spe ial Investigation Will Be Con Conducted Conucted ¬
ducted to Ascertain Prob Probable Probable Probabk ¬
able Cost CostAs F FA i iAc
Ac A a substitute titut for the MU to provide a asystem
systr system 5 t 1 of parks in the District ot Col Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
umbia which WM introduced latrocl iri the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate December 17 7 the Commissioners Commissionerstoday Co Cotodayorrded CommtNonetatoday
today todayorrded forwarded to Congress COftC A t bill providing pro providing proidl ¬
viding idl for the creation of a park com commission eommISl coomission ¬
mission missionTheduly mISl missionTheiduty OR ORThill
Theduly Thill duly of o th 1M board shall be to toprepare toprePafe toprepare
prepare a comprehensive map showing showingthe abolngthe ahowin S
the land necessary to be acquired for forsystem a asystem
system S lItetR of parks and parkways together togetherKith t togethezVIth ether ethermth r I
Kith an estimate of o the probable cost costof coinof cosof t
of the land recommendations as to thmost th thmost thmo e
most mo t economical methods and advan advantageous advaRtage0ut5 advantageone ¬
tageous method of o acquiring it t and andstatement a astatement atat
statement tat t as to what portion if any an of ofthe ofthe oc octhe
the cost of t acquisition should be borne borneby borneby borneby
by aments against apin t private pr1vate property propertyThis propertyThk propertymis
This bill has been redrafted the Com Comxnissfoners Commisaioners Cormtsaioners
xnissfoners say so o it may nut encounter encountertppostuon encounterl
l tppostuon of tho thOC those who feel r 1 that too tooextensive tooxtenshc t tc oe
extensive c xtensh a powers K > Wers were being beln given to topark toJMtrk t tpark o
or
park commission of the characte characte14crtbed character characterdescribed haractErJfSCIited r
described in the previous bill All that thatis thatis t
is dfJred d Ired it is said ill Is a proper work working working workin ¬
in ing 1 liarrt aaM to be b appointed by the Com Commissioners CommlS1onera Cormtsaionera ¬
missioners composed probably of the theAssessor theA th thA e
Assessor A eeseor r the Surveyor and one other otherofticia oth othofficial ther therrnela er
official rnela which shall Investigate Inve t1ate the bust business bustTIN bussmess ¬
ness TIN side aid of the acquisition of park parklandt par parlands
lands so they may be > acquired at t rea reefconable reasonable reaonable ¬
sonable cost by the District DistrictIt Dlat riel rielrt
rt i It understood that any land which whichmay whichMay whichriay
may be acquired for park purposes will willbe wtllbe witbe 1
be turned over to the War 1t Yar car Department Departmentin Depart Departureand nt ntin
in accordance with existing exl8tlD < < law Lawctstom and andcustom aDdCtslom
custom customTh CtslomTb ctstomThe
Th The s meaat measure re carries with it an ap appropriation appropriation appiopriation ¬
propriation of > 1000 for the expenses expensescf ex exc Dew
cf c f the commission half of which whichft is istc 1 1tc s
tc be paid by the District of 0 Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Coiumblaand
and half by the th Federal Government GovernmentNEW GovernmentNEX1SPRING oemment oemmentNEi
NEW NEX1SPRING SPRING GOODS GOODSAT GOODSAT GOODSAT
AT SPECIAL SALE SALEThirteen SALET SAL SALThirteen E
Thirteen T irteen thousand five hundred dollars dollara dol dellore ¬
lars worth of clothing clothin at less > than thanhalf thanhalf th thhalf
half cost is the claim made by th thmanagers the themanagers themanagers i
managers of Hecht Co with withregard wit witregard ith ithregard h
regard to the special sale of the theRosenthal theRotbal th thRosenthal e
Rosenthal stock now In n progress a athe at attrie attHe et t
tHe Uect lie ht t stores The stoclj of the theRosen theRosenthal th thRosenthal e
Rosen Rosenthal thai store was turned over t tHecht to toHecht toHecht o
Hecht when hen Mr Ir Rosenthal decided to toretire tOntlre t tretlre o
retire from active business businessIn bu inesL inesLIn
In a large measure the goods are arenew arenew ar arnew e
new spring patterns and Include the thenewest thenee th thnewest
nee newest t things for men and boys both bothouter botbouter bot botouter h
outer clothing underwear and fur furnishings furnishlnlti furnishings ¬
nishings nishingsThere nishlnltiThere nishingsThere
There is also a complete line of o t ttut
trunks and traveling bags to be h hat had hadat hadat tut
at bargain price as well as um ¬
brellas mens jewelry and notion
The sale IalE is scheduled to b pgln > gn Fri Fritla ¬
day da y morning mornin and it is i asserted aS Erhd l v y tli tlimanagement the
management m1lnag ment of Hecht and Compan J
that the bar bargains ains afford a tTo rti the th bst btulufI h s scaluas t
values in mans furnishings rurni hing5 ever eve r
offered c
BISHOP GETS PLANS PLKOF PLANSOF r Il I IlI Ilr IlIMPROVED
OF HO IMPR IMPROVEDDrawings VEO FIELDDrawings FIELD FIELDDrawings
Drawings of Enlarged Col College College College ¬
lege Park Course Answer AnswerOfficials AnswerOfficials AnswerOfficials t
Officials Objections ObjectionsThe
The site sJ committee of o the Washing WashingtonBaltimore Wubl c ctORB ¬
tonBaltimore tORB ltl1 Aero ero Clubs today torwarded tor forwarded torwarchd ¬
warded to Cortlandt Field Bish Blsh1 tp > p draw drawings drawls ¬
ings of o a new Jte ow course at Colter War Warwliteh larkwtleh barb barbwhich
which they t hope pe will m n m meet t with his ap approval aproval ¬ 1 1proI
proval p roval and result in the international internationalaviation internaUonalIIvladolt
aviation races cetI being held near this city MtvIn cityIn cityIn
In the new course conr e practically every everyobjection everybjection
objection o to the me meet t being held at CoI College CoIPark Coiege ¬
lege ege Park to done away with Instead Insteadof I Io
of o a long rectangular course which wa waopposed was waspposed
opposed o by Mr ir Bishop because in his hisopinion h hisoptnlen
Irtn opinion n the turns were too sharp sharpcanting 1Iharpoa
canting oa the aeroplanes to lore speed a atriangular atriangular ariangular
triangular t track has been mapped out by
George W Y Totten for the site com committee cotxmlttoe ¬
mittee
Sharp Turns Av Avoided AvWedThere id d dThere i iThere
There are no sharp angles ngI s In the newcourse new newcourse
course One side Is 1 one and onehalf onehalfmiles Onehalftllea onehaltmike
miles loi latg < g < and each of the others Is Isthreequarters
threequarters t of a mile in length On Onthis
this course COUIM the aviators will m not have haveto haveto
to slow PJo down in turning tunin the 1 h corners cornersThe co ra raTb
The Tb sketch shows how the course will willlook wtlllook
look when completed There are grand grandstands snuadtands grandStands ¬
stands tands parkings park for automobiles and amicarriages anelC2rriages
carriages and places for the aeroplanes aeroplaneswhen aeroplaDeswMn aeroplaneswhen
when not in use The TJa drawings c1rawi show showhow fibowho
how ho th the field wH look when ileD ih the brush brushis bfUllbIs
is s cleared away awayThe awayPhe awayPhu
The plans after they have been ex examined exansined ¬
amined antin d by b Mr Bishop and his associ associates ¬
ates on the b site committee commltt will be for forwarded forareted forarded ¬
warded areted to some noted aviators for their theirapproval thewapproval
approval Among A 14hS those who will Willceive re receive recel ¬
ceive cel copies are a the Wright brothers
pRulhan and Cunttas They will ill present t
their reports to Mr Bishop BishopHopes
Hopes H9 Pinned U Coarse CoarseFollowing COtllWFollowtn
Following Followtn the reception r of their re reports reporta reports e ¬
ports Mr fr Bishop will announce where wherethe wheretbe wherethe
the meet m et will be held There The is a feelag feel feeling fteling ¬
ing among aviation enthusiasts of the theCapital th thCapital e
Capital that Washington will get et UK UKprise th thprize thepriae
prize now that the course has haamade been beenmade beenmade
made as cats Soled as any in the country
Washingtons Waehin lons chief rival New Ne York
is hampered by unfavorable weather weatheres wMtbprondltkm
conditions st that JM period > rtod nr the > year far
when hen the meet takes es 1 place During Darin g
October < xtotM > r and November on 1on Long Loft Island
the > temperature is low to and there is isconsiderable I x
colttild considerable t8blf rain rainNICARAGUA rainNICARAGUA rainNICARAGUA
NICARAGUA BEGS BEGSUNCLE BEGSUNCLE
UNCLE SAMS PARDON PARDONCORIXTO PARDONCORIl70 PARDOCORINTO N
CORIXTO March areh L LThe The NicaraRetagovernment Nicaraguan Nicaraguangovernment Icara an n I
government ernment has apologized apolO zed to th the theUnited theUnited e
United States and has discipline th thf thoflicer r j
officer otr r who entered the house of Frank I
Sweetser an American Am ricau and insulted i
his wife fe The officer tried to force a i iservant illervant
servant to enlist enlistWhen enltthen
When hen Mrs Sweetser objected the of ofrtcer offleer
fleer threatened violence He wa wadriven a adrlen >
driven away at the point of ofa a revolver revolverSweetser olvr olvrSwtettMr
Sweetser complained to Rear ATimira1 ATimira1Kimball AdmlriKimball
Kimball commanding the AtntNcatnaval American Americannaval Amer1calnaval
naval fOrces The apology followed followedCAPTAIN followedCAPTAIN
CAPTAIN BONJER DEAD DEADNEW DEADXEW
NEW E11 YORK March LNews 1 L News has been beenreceived bee beereceived n nreceived
received by the HollandAmerica line lineof lineor Iln Ilnof 6
of the death of their commodore Capt CaptV Captt t tF
V t H rtoitjer HfJIIJ r fiftyfive nrt nn years f > arg old at atllotterdiim a
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llotterdiim nott rdarn Holland Captain Bonier Bonj r rcarftr s scareer
career WAP noted hy h his hi nev never r having haln halnhti
ha hail < 1 loss rf life lit jihoard hnar < l his ship or any anySerious ftn n nrious I Irious
Serious rious acrident ridfqt
t
BROWN RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONIS
IS GIVEN HEARING HEARINGFinancial
Financial Career of Corpora Corporation ¬
tion Is Explained for forSenators forSenators forSenators
Senators SenatorsThe
The Senate Committee on Corpora Corporations CorporeUOtuI ¬
t ions Organised auIHd in the District of Co Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia held a session this forenoon forenoonwhich forenoonwhich forenoonwhich
which was devoted to a preliminary preliminaryconsideration pft > lIminary lIminaryon
consideration on lCleratlOn of methods of taking takin hold holdof holdoC holdo
o of the Washington gas companies and andsafeguarding andreguArdlng andafeguarding
safeguarding s the public interest Intere t in con connection conlteeUOn consection ¬
section with lth their recapitalisation proj projects proJects projacts ¬
ects ectsThe ectsroo actsThe
The resolution by Senator tor Nttris NttrisRrown NhTiaRrown NmrbHiown
Rrown of o Nebraska Nebra kt was before the com committee comralttH comaittee ¬
mittee Senator Taliafcrro Ta1Iat rro of Florida Floridathe Floridathe Floridathe
the chairman presided and the other otherpresent othenoPfllent crisesresent
present p resent were Senators Brown Jones Jon ofWashington of ofWashington OfWubin3ton
Washington and La Follette Senatortively Senator SenatorShively SenatorShIvely
Shively tively jf Indiana the fifth member memberof memb memberof r rof
of the committee was not able to at attend attud ateed ¬
tend tendThe tudT t eedThe
The T e meeting bad been called for con consideration COMMderatlon consideration ¬
sideration vf Senator Sen tor Browns s resolution resolutionasking resolutionaskir eIIOhIUoftkiD
asking askir kiD g < < Cle Attorney A tmn8Y General for advice adviceas advicea ad adas vice
as a to the legal I rights of the Washington WashingtonGas Waahln WaahlnGas
Gas Light I b t Company to issue ue addidonapttaisatiou additional additionalcapttalhuithm addltlonNcapttallsation
capttalhuithm Senator or Brown who ho hadmade had hadmade hadmade
made a careful effort e < < ort to get together togetherall togeU togeUalt m
all the documentary and other d dconcerning data dataconcerning dataconc
concerning conc < < nlng the gas companies com laid the thematerial themateriM1 thematerial
material before the committee and ex explained explaloecl explalned ¬
plained in a general way what he had hadbad badbad hadhad
bad in mind in raising the question questionwhich que quest questwhich < < ioft ioftwl
which wl eb his h resolution rt olution propose to refer referto referto referto
to the tb Attorney General GeneralCareer GeneralCareer GeneralCareer
Career Reviewed ReviewedHe
He outlined the financial career of the thegas thecomfHnles thegas
gas companies and Indicated the opin opinion opinion ¬
ion that the interest of the investors investorsas InvefltOrwwell r > s
as well as of Jb the people of Washington Washingtonrequired Wh1nCtQnrequlrecl
required that there should be a determi determination determination determination ¬
nation concerning the rights of thecorporations the theeorporatkHut gas gascorporations
corporations their relations to Congress Congressthe
the effect of pending legislation tlon as aslimittion aamUtton asfiraittfon s
mUtton of their powers in the matter matterof matterol matteof r
of capitalization and other questions questionsthat que tlona tlonathat
that at for a long time have been pend pendin pending pendingin
in Washington WashingtonOther WashingtonOther VaahiagtonOther
Other members of the committee Its listened 1t1ltEnfd Itstoned ¬
toned tEnfd with Ith interest to Senator Brownstatement Browns Brownsstatement BrownsIItatfmpnt
statement and the disposition deyclopal devel develop dfplopPd
op opal d was favorable to a careful con consldpratlon cOnf consldaratirn
sldpratlon f > f ot > t the whole subject suhjertNo uhjf < t tiTfn
No action was tak taken m on th ttil the yes rp lu dumost luA I1Amost
I
A Amost most comfortable comfortableand I Iand
and d stylish stylishARRow
ARRow ARRowCOLLAR
COLLAR
15 cents each each2 2 for 25 centsCluctt cents centsCluett centsCluett
Cluett Peabody Co Makers MkCf3ARROW
ARROW CUFFS 25 cents ceD a Pair
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r 4 tk libd flBttrJ7jr i
4 RUMMAGE RUMMAGETie Utir UtirThe
of 265 Mens Medirn MedirnWeight
Weight i Suits Tomorrow Tomorrowhe
I nO
Tie The he lot consists OSis of fancy n y weaves weavesin a e in navy bluelight blue bluelight e
I light and dark gray mixtures medium tones tones and blaCkAH blackAll black blackAil
Ail sizes in the lot The heavy suits have all beenpicked been beenpicked beerpicked
picked out These are medium me diu 111 with a few light lightweights lightweights lightweights
weights weightsSuits weightsSuits
Suits that were 30 3000 O for formis f fSuits 1500 I ISuits
Suits that VI were ere 2000 for forits 10000 10000Suits
Suits mis its that were 1800 for 9 9Suits e 0 0 0Suits
Suits that were 1500 for t 7 5 5BeadtoFoot 0 0HeadtoFootOutfitters
HB HBHeadtoFoot
I
HeadtoFootOutfitters HeadtoFoot Outfitters Ninth and the Avenue I Ii i
tion because the committee iesired ie ired to togive togive togive
give It further attention Accordingly Ac rdlnsty
when the meeting adjourned it was waswith wuwith waswith
with the understanding that there thereshould thereshould thereshould
should be another session Ion on Friday at
1030 a m Meanwhile eanwhile committeemen committeemenwill
will have opportunity to acquaint them themelves ¬
selves s in more detail with the condi ¬
tions which are Indicated by the ma ¬
terials Senator Brown has gathered
together t
Expect Good Results ResultsFollowing ResultsFOIIooIng ResultsFollowing
Following the meeting members mbe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee expressed the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that some good results would Ould grow < < row out outof outOf outof
I
of the move m move ve initiated by Senator Brown BrownDespite BntwnDeeplte BrownDespite
Despite the favorable disposition of ofthis ottble oftbb
this committee it t is known that the in influences hIftUOftCN Mfluences ¬
fluences of the Gas monopoly have haveat been beenat beenat
at work ork in the effort to negative any
moveemnt to force Congressional C ea iO al atten attenon ¬
ion t on to the gas problem The gas in inerests ¬
terests t < rettU always mysteriously tnyaterlou ly powerful
In Congress have had their friends in
both houses posted on the situation and andare andar andare
are ar understood und tood to be determined to fight I
to the end against anymovement any movement look ¬
ing ng to a definition of f their corporate
powers or to any strict limitation upon
the absolute control which they have
exercised in the pastTHREE past pastTHREE
CONDITIONS coinsIf CONDITIONSNAMED CONDITIONSNAMED
NAMED BY BAKER
If the Government will meet t three threeconditions threecondlUona threeconditions
conditions steamship rom competition iUon with withthe withthe WIththe
the transcontinental tran contlnenta1 railway I1 lwa Till be beestablished beftStabUbed
established within the next egtteenmonths rgiieen rgiieenmonths tg tffn tffnnaontba
months via the Panama lathmub lathmubThis ZathmubThis llthmUbThis
This is the promise made by iternard iternardN t
N Baker the steamship man of 0 Bal Baltimore Baltlrrore BaltinAre ¬
timore who expresses upr a willingness to toinaugurate totftklu totnuueurate
inaugurate tftklu te t tte > e line if no other interests interestswilt lntee lntezstawrit tJs tJswill
wilt do sit sitThe s sThe q qThe
The offer oft er was made before the Senate SenateCommittee 811te 811teCommlUee enateCommittee
Committee OM Interoceanic Canals inresponse in Into
j response to an inquiry by Secretary seeretar SecretaryWar of ofWar ofWar
War 1 1 X Dickinson Dkk UlOll Mr fro Dickinson Dickinsonasked J Dickinsonasked > IeIdDIIoft IeIdDIIoftuked
asked Mr Baker if anybody could be benamed I
named who would undertake 1IA ertake the organ orPllIaaUOQ organkatba i iisatkm
isatkm ot 0 a steamer line n under ull ec properterms proper propertermc 1
terms termcIf termlil j I l I
If l Congress Or r the War Department Departmentwill i
will m give ve me an equitable pro rating raUa j t
agreement a < < reemetU for freight handled over OI r the thePanama thePanama
Panama railroad if I can get the con contract contract I Itract i
tract for carrying the Government Governmentmails GoYenaMenImails Goreraaeetttmails
mails on both coasts eo and Ad can have your yourguarantee yourgU4Uantte yourguarantee <
guarantee that the present pr t Panama Panamasteamship Panamaatm Panamaatrarehip
steamship atm hlp line will withdraw from the themallcarrying themallcarrytn themallcarrying
mallcarrying of the Atlantic coast I Iwill Iwill
will 111 hid for the business replied repl Mr MrSakes r rBaker
Baker
FERRYBOATS CRASH GRASRFIVE CRASHFIVE IVy IVyPassengers
FIVE PERSONS HURl HURTPassengers
Passengers in Panic After AfterCollision AfterCollision AfterCollision
Collision at Cam Camden Camden Camden
den N J JCAMDBN JC JCAZDllN
CAMDBN C DE N J March 1 tAt At 74S 74Soclock 116oclock 746oclock
oclock this morning momIn < < the ferryboats ferryboatsCamden terryboatJICamden ferryboatsCamden
Camden and Wenonah V enonah crasned into intoeach Intoeach Intoeach
each other on the Philadelphia side of ofthe otthe ofth
the th e Delaware Delawa River Riveruhe Ithe I Ibe
the be Wenonah Wenoi J was in her slip up taking takingon tktn tktnon
on passengers when the Camden loaded loadedwith l6acJedIth i Sadedwith
with Ith people confused by4 by the dense densefog den densefog e eo
fog o crashed Into her herThe herThe herThe
The Wenonah which i is a sidewheeler sidewheelerand aide heektr heektrand
and the maser boat boat of the two es escaped eecaped escaped ¬
caped with slight sJl < < ht damages f UIIq but the en entire 80tire entire ¬
tire front of It the Camden was torn away awayand awayaAd awayand
and her windows shatter shatterFor 8hat shatteredFor rf rfFOr
For a time panic reigned Womenfainted Women Womenfainted r6 nn nnfainted
fainted and flve persons were badly badlyinjured ba4UyInjured badlyinjured
injured Three men one with his leg legbroken Ie IebrQken legbrgken < <
broken were taken to hospitals and andtwo ancltwo andtwo
two women bruised were carried to totheir totheir totheir
their homes The Camden will be outof out outof outor
of commission for some timeDELICIOUS time timeDELICIOUS tImeDELICIOUS
DELICIOUS DELICIOUSPies
Pies Cakes CakesBread CakesBread
Bread and Pastries PastriesI PasL es esAre
Are baked by 0 Holmes and deliver deltveed delivered
ed direct to your your door Youll cer
tainly appreciate aP lfJdate their theirand goodness goodnessand
and quality Iu lIt Aty Only the th best t ma matens materia
tens s used In I the tinmaking making of 0 our ourproducts ourproduetll ourproducts
products Our Ou milk bread iN i ex exceptionally ezceptlonaily X XcepUoDaJIy
ceptionally sweet and wholesome wholesomeHolmes wbole ome omeHolmes
Holmes Bakery Bakery107FNW
107FNW 107FNWPhone 107 F N W WPhone WPhone
Phone Main 4537
LOT NO 41 4lJ Russ Tap Tape t r
Brussels > e by Wi 1 yards AS As C
long loD longLOT q r J JLOT
loDLOT
LOT NO 5 51 7 Rugs Body s J
Brussels by 1 14 yards fS 6 5 C
long Ion longLOT V VLOT
IonLOT
LOT NO ft Rugs Body r r ryards
Bruseel5 by I and Ad 1 1yardllJoas I4 7 Sc C Cyards
yards yardllJoas yardllJoasJn long longLOT longLOT
LOT > NO TO o 74 Rugs Ax Axminster Axminstei
long minster Jn er by ii 1 yards y 49 C Clong
WASHINGTON BOYS BOYSGO BOYSGO BOYSGO
GO TO WEST POINT POINTEthetbert POINTEthelbert POINTEthetbert
Ethetbert Talbot son of the rector ofSt of ofSt oCst
St Pauls Church and Clarence Benson Bensona Ben oII oIIa
a member of the senior class of the Mc ttcKinley McKinley McKinley
Kinley Manual Training School and andcaptain andcaptalft andcaptain
captain of Company K left today for forthe t tthe forthe < <
the United States Slat Military Academy at atWest atWest t tWest
West Pert PertTalbot PoHtTalbot PotMTaIbot
Talbot received Ids appatotsj appelntnrepl appef ent white whitea wIdJebldeat
a student at Dartmouth Cottage Cell tte from fxwnRepresentative fromRepresentative reaa reaaRepre
Representative Repre ea XoretenH X af e Missouri Missouriwhile Mlsscuriwhile XMrihUe
while hUe Benson won his III m h competitive eampedifveexasainadon competitiveexamination tfye tfyeexa
examination exa lnatJon
TRAIN DISPA DISPATCHERS DISPATCHERSUSING DISPkTCHERSUSING + TCHERS TCHERSUSING
USING ING TELEPHONES TELEPHONECOLORADO TELEPHONESCOLORADO L
COLORADO SPRINGS March tSan tSanta
ta Fe trains on the Colorado division dlvbktUI
tUI 111 11 within wtt lD a month be operated by Ibytelephone bytelephone bytelepho
telephone e instead of by telegraph telegraphLinesmen telegraptuemen tlegrapfiLinesmen
Linesmen are now not stringing the wires waresbetween wiresbetween 1fjr 3 3Htween
between Colorado CoIon o Springs and Denver Denverthat DenvertlIat Denverthat
that portion between La Junta to Colt Colorado Coltrado Colerode
rado Springs SprbI bavin having rik been completed completedIt
It is understood that the road will re replace nplace replace ¬
place the telegraph pb with the telephone telephonethroughout teJepbont telephonethroughout
throughout t hout Ks system y tem tram dispatchers dispatchersbetween dl dispatchersbetween ptcbers
between Dodge e City Kan and Chicago Chicagoare
are already 7 aging the telephone
rT Locate the New Store StoreBetween
613 14th Street StreetBetween
Between F and G Streets StreetsThe StreetsThe
The Daylight St Store StoreHc re reTHE
7 HE only thing Ive moved from my old oldI aIdstores oldstores
THE I I stores to this one is the Auerbach name nameL name nameand
L and the standard of quality it insures insuresEverything insuresEverything I
Everything else is i spic span new newthe the new fads fadsin fadsin fadsin
in Haberdashery the new blocks in Hats and andthe andthe
the new departure departureMens Mens Clothing Clothinghighc1ass Clothinghighc1assCJofuing Cloth ug highclass highciaasC7o highclassGofhing I
C7o Gofhing hina that will take the place of highpricedtailoring highpriced highpricedtailoring hithpricedtailoring
tailoring without the high price priceThe priceThe priceThe
The Only A Auerfeach erhach Store Now NowIs No NoIs NowIs
Is This One
613 14th Street StreetI StreetJoseph
Joseph Auerbach
I
613 14th Street Mens lIen s Wardrobry
I II I
L
L STEELE REORGANIZATION 1 I SALE GI GIThe GlDDr STEELE STEELEPresent GS GSSTEELE
The New Cash Furniture and Rug Store StoreSelling StoreSelling
Selling Out Present Stocks Floor CoveringsCOST Coverings CoveringsAt Coveringscpsi
COST NOT TIDEcp TIDEcpCARPETS CONSIDERED CONSIDEREDCARPETS
CARPETS BY TIJE TIIEVARD YARD TO BE DISCONTINUED
At a relent re ent meeting of the stockholders this firm was reorganized and will be run rununder runllnder rununder
under new management All Carpets by the fll yard will be discontinued Special
Lines of Furniture and Draperies have been added addedfor addedBuying addedu
Buying u + ing for Cash We Sell for Cash at Lowest Margin of Profit ProfitJ ProfitBargains
J Bargains in Furniture Rugs Draperies Beds and Bedding
VALUES UNHEARD OF IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONBUGS YifASP dliilGT ii iii iiiBUGS i
BUGS ALMOST GIVEN AWAYWHllE AWAY i lLE THEY LAST
Bodsltta odsldo Rugs BugsLOT RugsLOT RugsLOT
LOT 2q NO O lttnfe 111 1Itlpieoss pieces M Ii IiLOT IDS Ist
Carpet 1 to 1 lit Uda Uda10D 19 e
10D long longLOT
10DLOT
LOT NO S1S 2I 1 Ruga ugs from fromto
i to IV 1 yards long Brussels Brusselsand BrMMIand 2 0 C Cand
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