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THE mSHIKPGTtKN HERALD
SATTJEDAT, MARCH 25, 1811.
SEEKS $100,000 DAMAGES
FOR WJFE'S AFFECTIONS
Baseball Season Tickets
Will Be Awarded to the Winners of Our Big Voting Contest
Frank B. Lord Begins Suit Against Theodore A. Mayer,
Declaring Defendant Broke Up His Home.
This Coupon good for 5 VOTES and mast
be turned in before March 31.
THERE'S NO ROOM
FOR ARGUMENT this
is by far the GREATEST
S2.50 SHOE PROPOSITION
"BLACK RAVEN" Shoes are real WIZARDS for
WEAR -and "UP TO THE LAST MINUTE" in style.
They're genuine GOODYEAR WELTS.
They're made by factories which produce NOTHING
BUT SHOES which usuajly sell for $3 and $3 50.
But BUYING DIRECT from these factories in great
quantities and SMALL PRICES brings these great values
to you at $2.50.
TANS PATENTS DULL LEATHERS.
ANY WANTED SHAPES.
OXFORDS PUMPS LOW BUTTON,
AND SPRING HIGH SHOES.
"Save You a
Dollar," at. . .
Wm. Hahn & Co.'s l.;
Three Reliab'e Shoe Houses
. 7h and K Sta. Jf. AV.
10IG r. A. W. W.
J 233 I'rnna. Ave. S. E.
SLAVES TO DRINK
Made Free Men
No Sickness, No Confinement,
No Hypodermic Injections.
THE MARION HOME
One hundred thousand dollars Is the
amount of damagres claimed In a suit
filed yesterday by Frank B. iord, a -well-known
Washington newspaper man,
against Theodore A. Majer.
At this sum Sir. Lord values the affec
Uons and the society of his wife and
the mental anguish and loss of social rep
utation he Is alleged to have suffered,
through the attitude of Mayer. -Rith re
gard to Mrs. Lord, whose affection he Is
aUeged to have alienated from Mr. Lord.
The Lords, according to the declara
tion filed yesterday by Attorneys Fulton.
Lccklo & Cox. were married June 23.
1903. at Wilmington, Del . and Mr. Lord
says that since then they lived peace
fully and happily together as man and
The month of December. 1008. as alleged
by Mr. Lord, brought about the basis lor
suit against Mr. Mayer. Hp declares
that the defendant. Mr. Mayer, con
triving and wrongfully, wickedly, and
unjustly Intending to Injure IjotA and
to deprive him of the comfort, fellow
ship, society, and aid and assistance of
Frances E. Lord, his wife, and to alienate
and dlstroy her affections for him. In
December, 1D0S, and other days and times
between then and June 15, 1309, as well
as since that date, well knowing that
she was his wife, wrongfully and wick
edly besought, persuaded, and lured her
to desert and abandon her husband, and
thereby her affections for her husband
were alienated and destroyed, by reason
of which he has been wholly deprived of
the affections, society, aid. and assistance
of his wife in his domestic affairs."
Lord declares he suffered great mental
anguish and loss of social reputation and
was otherwise greatly damaged and de
mands $100,000 for the alleged Injuries
with which he has been Inflicted
Girl Admits Theft of Money
from Vincent Portelo.
1600 T Street N. W.
An overwhelming desire for willow
plumes, pretty hats, ornate jewelry,
dainty clothe', and other adornments
was responsible for the downfall of little
Mae Fnzell, alias Mae Lucas, who was
arraigned before Judge Mullowny yester
day Wearing the big white beaver hat. doc
orated with a graceful, sweeping ostrich
plume, which she confessed to have
partly paid for with the money she took
from Vincent Iortelo. the girl, when
required to enter a plea. answered
"Guiltj," In a scarcely audible tone
Aaka for Her Aire.
When the assistant district attorne
had explained the case to the court, the
judge inquired how old the was
"Kfchteen." came the repl
After a moment s consideration Judge
Mullownj intrusted her care to Miss
Foster, one of the probation officers, and
suspended sentence until such time as a
complete investigation could be made
into the girl's career.
V hen questioned bv the probation ofil
ecr the girl, losing her defiant air, brok"
down and told of her struggles to get
along in the world, of the temptations
she had withstood when she aw other
girls, no prettier or oldT than she. wear
ing handsome clothes and run Ins prtt
hats and lingerie, and how she had stolen
the money from Portelo
hen asked If she wanted her mother
to know of her plight she begged Miss
Foster to keep the matter a secret Tt
1 was only after the probation officer had
pleaded with and coaxed her that she
consented to give her real name. Fmallv
she was remanded to jail to remain there
during the investigation which will be
made of her past history
GIYEN HURLS DEFI
AT CAR COMPANIES
Speeding to Be Stopped, He
1 Why don't you order a few tons of our coal for trial vrnvj) yew KICKING
H nd see for nurclf how upcnnr a product it is? Give it as severe H ' H'lj" 1 "11 lllvlllll U
H a tct as possible, and we feel confident we will secure your order Sj
frr the ensumc: ear
I1 MAN ODT OF OFFICE
"Complaints against the. street car com
panies of Washington for speeding have
been entirely too frequent, and the of
fenses will either have to stop or the
companies will have to pay fines which
at first will he comparatively light, but
which will be Increased If the ovcrspced
lng does not cease "
This statement was made yesterday by
Assistant District Attorney Ralph Given
in referenic to the cass of John Posey
and Herbert Hoffman, motormen on cars
of the Washington Railway and Klec
tric Company, who forfeited SZ collateral
each on charges of running their cars bo
vond the speed provided for In the Dis
"I have received so many complaints."
continued Mr Given, "concerning the
speed at which Mnet cars are operated
that I think it is time that we took some
steps to stop it. Therefore, In the fu
ture, any motorman who runs his car
over fifteen miles an hour between streets
or over sir miles an hour at crossings Is
liable to be arrested, and It Is extremely
doubtful If he will get off as easily as did
Posey and Hoffman "
Posej was charged with running his
car more than fifteen miles an hour in
Ninth street northwest, and Hoffman, It
Is claimed, ran more than six miles an
hour at crossings, along the same street.
SALE OF BOYS' AND
At Friedlander Bros,, Ninth and E
J. MAURY DOVE COMPANY
WHOLESALE COAL RETAIL
Principal Office: 12th and F Streets.
Harry M. Martin Says He
Had Ample Provocation.
Eighteenth Street and Ontario Road.
A modern Apartment House of
Standard Pireproof Construction
Apirtmrnts of 2. 3. 4 and 6
rooms furnished or unfurnished,
by the jear or by the month.
Newly Organized Dining-room
Serv Ice operated by the com
lOtli and G Stm-tn . V.
Cannot be sold
at prices for which
some beers aru
sold in this citv.
You re safe in or
dering this com
- do, 31.7.".. ."Or rebate on bottle.
National Capital Brewing Co.
'Plionr Lincoln r.07.
1 III OUAl TY
I If THE I
I U JEWELER JJ
H s y
i n . y
We're Before the
bft diamonds, jew
elry, and watches at
lower prior, than
nsnal, becairw we're
satisfied with a larco
bonces at small
mc terms if dnxL
Sec oar lairat XDI1
SCHWARTZ, The Jeweler,
v824 7th St (Wear Eye St) Jj,
I Despite the fact that be informed the
court he had "ample provocation for
kicking Mr. Cow ell." Harry 1L Martin, a
'Maryland real estate dealer with offices
in Fourteenth street, was fined $10 bv
Judge Mullow-ny for assaulting William
' M CowelL
Martin told the court Cowell had come
to Ills office and applied several unwei-
I come epithets to h'm, whereupon he In
vited him to leave the ollice, picking up
a heavy chair to emphasize his state
ments. Cowell, Martin claimed, started
down the steps just outside the door cf
his office, and then apparentlv changed
his mind and thought he would reas
cend Whereupon Martin kicked at him
several timer, one of the blows being
iufliclent to dislocate a rib
The judge admitted Martin had ample
provocation for putting Cowell out of
his office, but added he took the law too
much In Ms own hand when he kicked
him. lie accordingly fined the defend
ant, with the alternative of fifteen days
in the workhouse. The fine was paid.
has been so bad recently that
many roofs have suffered, spouts
have rotted, and gutters damaged.
mo. i c pat. orr
D. R. STANSBURY,
1304-6 H. T Art N.W. 'Ptotta H. 129.
I DO HOUSE PAINTING
Let Me Estimate.
John H. Hinrichs
1210 New York Ave.
Formerly Superintctxjnat H. Newton
Mean a miserable
existence You can
ble feet, and for
vour own good
have them attend
ed to at once. De
lay means misery
And all other foot
troubles are con
quered bv our su
Ask us about it. there Is no
charge for a consultation
GEORGES & SON, Inc.
1214 F St. N. W.
Tra -jrm old. JlS. Order br 'iihone.
Also TBNXESSEE, $1.00 Bottle.
The Shoomaker Co
1331 E Street N. W.
Established USX Theme Mtfn UHra.
I v "I v v J ! v ' ! v 'I H
H. K. FULTON
Pnsaenirer Robbed of Hnmlbnjc.
"When E. A. Hccht, of New York,
alighted from a train at the Union Sta
tion yesterday morning he found that
his handbag, containing wearing apparel
and a diamond stick pin, valued at JT5.
had been stolen He notified the police
of the Sixth precinct and a search Is
bctng made for the thief.
Colored Y. M. C. A. Plana Meetings.
The colored men's branch of the Y. M.
C A. is making arangements for the
scries of mass meetings to bo held at the
New Howard Theater on every Sunday
afternoon. Tomorrow the series opens
with Rev. Llod C. Douglas as speaker.
Ilia Debt f.1,010; Aaaela othing.
Edrrar Baum. residing at 321 Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest, jestcrday Hied
a petition in voluntary Bankruptcy, list
ing his assets at nothing and his debts
314 9th St. N.W,
Money to Loan
Watebea, Diamond, and Jewelry.
ARCAfHS AT RETAIIk
largest Horning Circnl&iioa,
Norfolk ted vViahlnetMi Stranboit Ctmpanj"!
ttinns from foot of SerenUi itrrct tor Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk djilj it (:B p. m.
Steamer Chaxln Macalnter fcr Meant Vernon
learea Serenth Uroet wharf at 10 a. m. and 1SS
p. m. dallj except Sncdaj.
Cats from Fifteenth street and Nev York arena
ererr quarter hour for Zoo Park, Cberj Chase, and
Waihirstoo, Baltimore and Ansapotls Deetrle
Raflwar operate titty-three limited train each Sxj
tetaeen Washington and Baltimore, learinf Fit.
teenth tt. and New York are. on Um boor and half
"We have Just purchased the entire sur
plus stock of a well-known factory mak
ing bovs and children's clothing exclu
sive!, which we now offer at
40c to TiOc om the dollar.
I Thousands of Dollars Worth of these
I Seasonable Goods at the lowest prices
Fine English Tweeds. In sires 6 to TT
jears. worth $1.00 Sale price. J1.S3.
Fancy Worsteds. In sizes 6 to 17 years;
worth M.50. Sale price, C90
Scotch Cheviots. In sizes 6 to 17 years;
worth RUB. Sale price. J3-6i
Fancy Serges, In sizes 6 to 17 years;
worth J7.50. Sale price, $4.50.
Young Men's Snlta.
Hundreds of bargains from our regular
stock of stylish, hand-tailored garments,
for young men from 16 to 20 years of age.
Regular $7 00 values at $175
Regular $5.50 values at $5 00.
Regular $10.00 values. Including our fa
mous Blue Serges, at $6.50.
Regular $12.50 values. Including the lat
est Fancy Worsteds, at $7.75
We have 200 sample Spring Suits from
a leading manufacturer of Rochester, N.
Y.. whose clothing we have sold for
vears. Absolute satisfaction In lit and
wear Is guaranteed, or your money will
be refunded without question
AH at Half Price.
Regular $10 00 values at $5.00.
Regular $15 00 values at $7.50.
Regular $20.00 values at $10 00.
Regular $25.00 values at $12.50.
A large assortment of the famous
Swcct-Orr separate troupers, guaranteed
all wool. In neat stripes and mixtures;
woith up to $3.50. Sale price, $1.75.
A sweeping reduction in the styles that
have sold up to $15 00 tans and grays
Sale price $5 00.
Men's Overcoats of Black Cheviot or
Unfinished Worsteds, silk-lined and hand
tailored; marked to sell at $16.00 to $20.00.
Sale price. $10(0.
Men's hemstitched handkerchiefs, Ac
Men's silk suspenders, 19c
Brighton Garters, 9c
Men's silk hose, all colors. 29c
50 doz. men's sample ncgllgekshlrts. 35c
40 doz. men's sample soft spring hats,
all the new shades and shapes; values
up to $3.00. Sale price, $1.50.
Boya Hat. Neir Style", 08c
Men's Oxford Shoes, In tan and vlcl.
regular $2.50 value. Sale price, $U5.
Men's Oxford Shoes, In tan. and vicl,
regular $3.50 value. Sale price. $2.58.
NINTH AND E STS.
Jno. G. Mclnberjc. Bread Deserves
A place on your table three times a day.
A perfect health food. Any graver's.
Pare Caltforala Part nl Sherry wises,
Z5c qt.; $LS gaX, or. 3 qt. bots $1.. Ea-Scoe-ficnwalv
sbV-SO-at, -M. Via, ..;
V '' ? V V VTVVVV "J1 V V H
I It'll Pay You to
COOX with COKE
X A clean, economical, and thor-
3, oughly dependable fueL It makes
3. a Are Just right for cookine. We
supply coke at these prices:
T 2S Boartela Large Cbka, dellrrred....JE.90
f M Boahela Larra Coke. dellrered.....&7
60 BoJbeU Lares Coke. deUered-s...SJ
V 2S Boahela Crashed Coke, dellTend.....$3.00
4. 40 Bnshela Croahrd Coke. deJlTered.....JJJ0
g (0 ISosheU Croahed Coke, deilrered.....SkM
WASHINGTON 6ASUMT CO.
IU TENTH 8TBEET N. W.
Sensational Suit Sale
SULTAN & EISEM AN
Place on sale to-day an immense stock of Men's Sample Suits
from the Leading Clothiers of America, and offer the greatest
Suit Values consistent with fine workmanship and quality in
clothes it is possible to secure anywhere.
So great was the concession in prices by the manufac
turers to induce us to buy these Suits, we are enabled to almost
give them away to early buyers.
SUITS FOR ALL MEN
Tall Men, Slim Men, Stout Men, Young Men, and Old
Men, Merchants, Clerks, Doctors, Lawyers, Workingmen,
in fact, for Every Man in the accepted Spring of 1911 Models.
Light, Medium, and Dark Color Effects, Some Blues and
Blacks in the several lots. Sizes 33 to 44. All Wool Worst
eds, Cassimeres, Serges, Tweeds. Clothes that are the Kind
Men Want and expect to get that tailors make for Men of
LOT NO. 1.
Men's Suits, $10, $12, and $15
Values in light and dark colors, modish
models. Never before in all our expe
rience have we seen such merit in make
and quality in goods for so little money.
WHILE THEY LAST
LOT NO. 2.
Justa few Hand-tailored Suits, lined
throughout with satin and best alpaca.
Neat stripes, very stylish Gray, Brown
and Blue effects. Every suit made to
sell for either $16.50, $18, or $20, and
real values at these prices. TO CLOSE
LOT NO. 3.
THE ONE BEST
Comprises a variety of correctly
tailored Men's Suits, some Union
Made. Every feature of gentlemen's
tailoring is in, evidence in these suits.
Such values in quality of goods, style,
and trimmings are beyond compari
son. You must see them to realize
all we claim for this lot of suits, which
were made to retail for $22.50 and
Shirt Needs Derby & Soft Hats
,Met here when you select from our large stock
of new designs; white and fancy, beautiful color
and stripe effect Shirts. Made t4
sell for nof less than 75c. For to-.Aj
day, specially priced
Just from the manufacturers ; made for us. 1911
spring models. Such Hat bargains
you have never before had offered fr ,f4
ou. Every $1.50 hat to be soldjjj
SULTAN & EISEMAN
617-619 Seventh Street N.W.
OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE.
OPEN TO-NIGHT TILL 10 P. M.
2--, r.-Wk,.- .
BL!&VSJiT ao. Lr-r .
- $. .