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7THE WASHINGTON HERAED THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1912.
The Man's Store. Official Weather Report Fair.
Busy! Busy! Busy!
Everybody Is Buying Our Great
15th Birthday Bargains
These Suits and Overcoats
tliar ihrv'ri eellinfr tfirnncMvava.
1 garments and made so many
SEE THESE BIG
$35 Salts & Overcoats, $28.75
$7.50 Baincoats $5.15
$7.50 Trousers $6.15
$1.50 Shirts $1.15
$1.00 Underwear, gar....78o
50o Silk Hosiery 39o
1 pairs for $1.
$1.00 Neckwear 59o
The Man's Store 1005-7 Pa. Ave.
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co,
512 Ninth Street N. W.
DINING ROOM CHAIRS
Ml, j V l(
We Give Votes in Herald's $25,000 Contest
Amateurs wishing to ap
pear must leave names at box
office before 6 o'clock Friday.
CASH PRIZES GIVEN
Children under sixteen
must have permits, which may
be obtained at District Build
ing free of charge.
7th and F Streets.
MOVING P1CTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania. Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P.M.
5c -AMISSION -5c
We Gin Votes Is The Herald's SX.CU OocteO.
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIRCY. Manner.
NOTHING STALE '
Fresh Films Every Day
TV'e erlve Herald $25,000 contest Tote.
Ciiltst Theater iiTtwi.
New Featire Filas.
Ws Cite Totes la Ths Herald's (B.0M Contest,
MEXICAN CHILE CM CAME
UN V. T. AT
120 Fine "M. S. M."
Fifteen Days Only
are so eood such unusual values
Never have we sold so manv
satisfied customers as during this
50c Neckwear 39o
25o Brighton Garters.... 21o
25c Suspenders 15o
$1.50 Gloves $1.15
$5.00 Umbrellas $3.15
Guaranteed to he kept in re
pair two years.
Our Chair Department is complete;
all the latest and newest designs, consist
ing of Fumed Oak, Early English,
Golden Oak, Mahogany, and Weathered
This Exact Chair Reduced to
Your selection here can be charged.
Easy weekly or monthly payments.
715 tth St. S. E.
Where comfort and content- 8
ment reign, supreme. g
I New Reels Each Day 1
We aire Herald (3,000 ff
jj maiai TO leg. g
Each bablnet complete In Itself.
No loose ends. Drawers hung; on
M R frlctlonless roller-bearing;
extension slides. Ten rollers to
Five-ply drawer fronts; tops
and side panels.
All panels carefully selected for
CARRIED IN IJGHT AND
DARK GOLDEN QUARTER
SAWED OAK AND MAHOGANY:
DULL SATIN FINISH.
11th and H Streets N. W.
We lTe Herald S3S.000 contest
1 PENN. RYE
AIM TE1C1TESSKB, fjlM Bottle.
Tht) Shoomaktr Co.
. Ull Street If. W.
f if fy
UY BE CHOSEN
Boaid of Trade Directors to Meet
Next Monday 'Afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock.
The directors of the Board of Trade
will hold their first fall meeting; riext
Monday at 4.15 o'clock, and at that time
It Is expected that a successor to the
lata Thomas Noyes will be elected to
fill the unexpired term. There Is strong
probability that the officer chosen at
this time will be re-elected after the an
nual meeting; In 'January to servo for a
full term. As a consequence a quiet
canvass Is coins; on among; the friends
of several candidates In the hope that
their choice may be selected by the dl
Arthur C Moses Is first vice presi
dent, and by the law of precedent should
be the next president of the board. His
nam is being; considered. Friends of
E. H. Droop are also putting; forward
Dls name for the honor. They say that
It would not ba violating; the precedents
of the body to elect Mr. Droop to the
position, leaving the question of real
succession, to Mr. Noyes to ba settled
by the newvboird of directors after the
January meetlnr- It Is also urged that
Mr. Droop's long; services as treasurer
of the board deserve recognition, and
that he should be elected to the vacant
Charles J. Bell and George Truesdell
are also mentioned for the position.
At the first fall meeting of the mem
bership committee of the Board of
Trade yesterday at noon, a number of
applications were passed upon and rec
ommended for favorable action to the
directors at their next meeting. It Is
contrary to the policy of the committee
to make the names public until the)
have been formally elected to member
ship, but Chairman Chris Gokeler, of
the committee, expressed satisfaction
over the results of the first fall meeting.
and Is of the opinion that the roster ot
the board will be much Increased with
in a month or two.
ANNUAL MEETING HEBE.
Chamber at Commerce of United
States to Convene In January.
The first annua! meeting ot the Cham
ber ot Commerce of the United States
will be held In this city during the week
of January 30, MIX This was decided
upon by the board of directors In Boston
last week. Seventeen were .present to
discuss the affairs of the Nations! Cham
All unfinished legislation of the Sixty
first Congress affecting business interests
was assigned to committees for study and
report. A referendum on the subject of
a national budget was authorized to be
Immediately submitted to the commercial
organizations of the nation.
The third Issue of the Nation's Busi
ness, published by the Chamber for the
use of editorial writers and officials ot
commercial organizations. wlU appear
TJ. S. SENDS FELICITATIONS.
President Taft Extends Conarmtnla
tlons to Porras of Panama.
Congratulations have been sent to the
new government ot Panama by President
Taft In the following message to Dr.
Porras, who has Just been Inaugurated
President of the republic:
"In extending to your excellency on
the occasion of your Inauguration the
felicitations of the government of the
United States. I express my own senti
ments and those of my fellow-citizens
In wishing, for the republic, continued
prosperity and happiness under your ad
ministration." Presbyterian Minister Dead.
Rev. Dr. N. H. Miller, clerk of the
Presbyterian Synod ot Baltimore, died at
bis home at McLean, Vs., near Falls
Church, yesterday morning. His death
nai due to a stroke of paralysis which
he suffered Sunday eienlng. Dr. Miller
was Junior vice commander of the G.
A. R.. Department of the Potomac
Funeral arrangements have not been
completed, but Adjt. Gen. O H. Oldroyd
announced yesterday that the G. A. R.
would participate, and that Interment
would be In Arlington.
Rev. A. M. Gardner, secretary of the
"World In Baltimore" missionary ex
hibit, will deliver an address at New
Tork Avenue Presbyterian Church this
evening at 7:45, describing fully .and In de
tail the exhibition that Is to be held
October 3 to November 30 In Baltimore
It Is planned to make November 13 Wash
ington day, and various committees have
been appointed by the Ministers Federa
tion to this end.
Oft for Convention,
Rev. and Mrs. George W. Kates, pastors
nf tr TJMrr finlrttnH fThlirrh of Waith.
"lngton. and National Trustee LCI.
Evans left yesterday afternoon to attend
the national convention of Spiritualists
at Dallas, Tex., to be held October C to
13. Mr. Kates, as the national secretary,
carries with hlra an Invitation for the
next convention to assembla In Washing
ton. He thinks that he will win for the
Capital City, and on that occasion at
least 1.000 delegates and visitors from
other cities will attend.
Junior Dental Students Meet.
The Junior dental class of George
Washlsgton University held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, and after a lively
aeDaie me zouowins omcers icr uie en
suing year were elected: Edward a.
Golden, president; Sterling V. Meade,
vies president: Samuel B. Ginsberg, sec
retary and treasurer; Albert P. Gardner.
editor; J. R. Roberts. historian; Camilla
R. Bonselgneur, sergeant-at-arms.
District Democrats to Meet.
The next regular meeting of the Dis
trict of Columbia Democratic Association
will be held at the Raleigh to-night. This
association was organized In 1S96, and
will, as In the past, raise -campaign funds
and send voters Into near-by States. Ed'
win A. Newman Is president of the club,
Reaches Hondumn Capital.
Charles D. White, American Minister
to Honduras, has arrived at Tegucigalpa,
the capital, after a leave of absence spent
In the United States.
Strainer Chides Micaleetrr for Mount Tamos
lestea Serestli Btnet Whirl at M a. m. lad 1M
p. Ba. daily, except 8anday.
Norfolk sad Wuhlnrton Steamboat Gompasy'i
rteamers from foot of Berentb. Street foe Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk Ally it HI p. m.
Cut from Fifteenth Street and New Tort Arenas
my cnirtrfhoor tar mala entrance- Zoo Put led
To Great Falls-Wntilnrtnn and Old Dominies
Blllroad an trtrjr fe alnstts tram Thirty-sixth
ltd U Streets.
lb Moant VfrncoWiihlngtoa-Virgiala BiUnj
an orsiy hoar en tie hour from IS s. m.Jon a.
StttloD, TmatBt Street and FenoirlTinis Arsnss.
"The Oatcaat by Asta Melseau Posi
tively and unquestionably the greatest
yet. 3 reels. Virginia Sth F. O. To-day.
. The Health of Tear Hoasehold
Will htf bettor If UrinhmVi Tnn.MwV"
s 4Br 7&
4 :-:m mm
311 Seventh Street.
Big Furniture Bargains All Over the House
And Don't Forget to Join the Hoosier Club
club 15 Ladies Have Already Joined This Second I club
lsuaaL iHr 1FyIl Tat
For this Full
Nickeled Heating Stove,
This stoe is made
by the Loth Co,
which in itself is a
guarantee. Made of
the best cast steel,
and handsome in appearance.
jV twtt Ma "
311 SEVENTH STREET.
4 CURTAIN CALLS BUT
Relieving my act, "Sweet Innisfallen," which appeared at a local theater Monday, was
canceled because of its religions features not agreeable to the management is an injustice
to Jne, and desiring a further hearing from the fair-minded people of Washington, without
respect to creed or religion,
423 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
For Thur., Fri., Sat., and Sun. wLhks Oct. 3, 4, 5, 6
By WILL J. O'HEARN
THE OLCOTT OF VAUDEVILLE
Cast of 8 People 2 Tons of Special Scenery Electrical Effects and
Flock of White Homer Pigeons
5-i TOGETHER WITH h
Other Acts & Pictures O
Tc Continuous 1 to 11
Your Eyes Need
4 Don't waste time. Have them
V taken care of right away by a
T Practical Optician with 15 years' T
z A. 0. HMTTERLY,
f WATCHES. 'CLOCKS. CHRO
NOMETERS, ju Skillfully repaired by workmen
fv familiar with foreign and do
749 711. HI U.;. MQi
We Eire Herald (23.000 contest TOles.
j..!..!. l.rf i''rf 'rTTTT'i"'
Fins Wstche and Dlusoods EM. VSi.
Ladlas' BracaUt Watchas
The moat eoeiTenieiifitjIe of timcplecra tor
Itdie to vear, tnl a noreltr In noa qntlitr
We curj onlr the rellibl kind, which are
slwayt fine timekeepers. . .
lAdiaT lot. SoEl Gold Bracelet Witches
LaiL'M Ukt. (ItfA Fflbri Rnlc Witches.
Wimiitid S rean: with the heat end mor
mest.. Bcedal trlca, tULW.
Fhw Watch, Clock, sad Chronometer Jterabtafc
231 0 St. ML. W. PhAaa H. 4I43-Y
We Klre Hjrald aas)9 eteat Tatea.
lanrtst Monuair . Circulation.
It's the easiest way and the best chance you'll ever have to own
a Hoosier. Come to-day. '
This club U limited to SO members
o don't delay call to-day and secure
a Fine Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet by
paying; 91.00 membership fee and bal
ance In dura of (1.00 irrekly. lour
cabinet irlll be delivered as soon as
yon pay the 91.00 membership fee.
T. KNOCK FURNITURE CO.,
I HAVE RENTED THE
Should be done now to stop the
small leaks that grow large.
Roof Paint, a combination ot
Brazilian copal sum. special pre
pared pure linseed oil. and a
suitable coltr. containing no coal
tar or a"ny by-product ot coal tar.
Elastikote Roof Paiit
In gallon cans for family use.
Place your order for Roof
Stem ft iMiet, 723 7HiSt. R.VW.
V Gin. Votes la Tha Herald's &09; Ccatett
Tmser maikj on paint mar fa remored by appUea
Uob ot Saual so UcU a mils puiffln oil. has barn
IseW AgF 1
J AV 'I
HI tlm I VL sV.J!
Opposite Saks & Co.
For this Loth'a Gaaran
teed nance, Tilth all
pipe necessary to set np.
Felt and Fiber
Mattress, value $7.50.
SAKS & CO.
Established 1ITJ. Tel. North 1591
1715 14th Street n.
Prices and Terms Made for IxJta and
Washington. D. C Philadelphia. Ps.
Cemetery Lots Bought. Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
lest Service Guaranteed
AH kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderate
HORNING, Sth and D
largest Morning Circulation,
Ti lura Cat ui ftttt
tint Ikm Mtfc
Will Cttittract the Eaitr
Fall Chilly prm-
And Other Best Gas Goods.
616 12th St 1214 6 SI.
Sam pie Shoe Parlor
526 H Street N. E.
Cater to the needs of the entire
family, carrjing in stock a line
of samples of the leading shoe
houses of the country.
f aire Herald g25,000 contest Totes.
Old Point Comfort
MODEn STEEIj STEA3IEHS.
STEAJI HE IT. ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
LOW WEEK-END RATES
Will Continue During October.
$3.50 Hound Trip, !
Also Specials. Incladlna accommoda
tions at Chambcrlln Hotel.
-City Ticket Office 1oodnard Bids.
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
FOR IY!T. VERNON
HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON.
50c Round Trip.
Fast Electric TralM I'm
irrn jind i-enna. ae.. opposite p a
On tbe hour ram 19 a. m. to 3 p. a.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
For (MOUNT VERNON
ROUND TRIP 50c TO GATE
Leartn Seventh Street Wlurf at 19 u m. and 231
, m diUj eicett Sucdu. Caf en itetmer A
delifntful OQtirs oa tbe hlstne and beautiful Po-
Ol ER 400
Flllctorla LnUe.Oct. 1O.10A.M. '
Trca. Lincoln.. UCU 13, 11A.M.
Amenta ucu 17. m.VJi
IPatrlcIa ....Oct. 19. 2 P. M.
innt cacia onlr.
SHamburz direct. Second cabin onlr.
Msdslra. Clbraltsr, Alslsrs,
t. S. CLEVELAND (World
Crulse .... Oct. 10. 11 V. 31.
IS. S. CICIXJTATI
Nor. 2. 11 K. M.
S.S. MOI.TKE.'Nor. 12.11A.M.
S.S. CI"SI... Dec. 10,11 UI.
S.S.HAMBI1RG Jan.11,11 t.M.
1M1I bare accommodation (or Umitea
number of r-aaeenrera to M IDEIRA.
GIBRALTAK, and VILLE1 RANCUB
IWU1 not call at Mafcfrt.
'Will caU at Alziera.
TWO IDEAL CRUISES
1 13 Days In Japan
1 18 Dara In India
From New York FromSan Fraaeaco
OCT. 19, 1912 I FEB. 6, 1913
S. S. CLEVELAND 2LT
DURATION OF EACH CRUISE 1 10DATS
Anpn us Inctadlng all neorwarr
VUUU horei rafl,, hold,
abora exenrstona. carriarea. suMea. feea.
Mm Cmisea to the Orient, the Weat
Indirs, ltalj and Lcrpt. Ac
Writs for booklet atatlnf erolsa
ATLAHTIC CITY HOTELS.
One of Atlantic City's Largest and
Leading- AIl-the-Year Hotels
HOTEL RUDOLF .
On ocean froot. doaa to aU attractlotu; ca
pacity. 1000. Th location. Urn rooma. and eosm
arrtwDtJlns ha.ta eatabUihe4 tola as themcii
comforUbla hotel for tbe aummer. All tth "tap
pUed with aea and fnafa Titer; nnmlce waUr la
caetc lrxenar Tpaaoos vnmenMa vcrmndaj oier
looalng th famooa Boardwallu Orcbestra. Hieh
das restanxmsW Ainexican and Ecxopean tJaiuk
A.S.RlKETS.R.Mr. JttllHUMU, Pnri.
B 4143 Broadway, 1T.T. h
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