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THE WASHINGTON HHRALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER , 5, ;1012.
The Man's Store
No Wonder !
D. J. KAUFMAN
AT BARGAIN PRICES
(Just when you want the best)
D. J. K. S2.50 Fall
Derbies and Soft
Some people ask
Tall Derbies and
Many Hats are
sold for $3 oO that
are no better.
$3 00 for same qual
Twelve Other Big
$35 00 Suits and Over
$7 50 Raincoats $5.15
$7.50 Trousers $615
.$1.50 Shirts $1.15
$1.00 Underw ear Gar
50c Silk Hosiery (3 for
"Money's Worth or Money Back"
D. J. KAUFMAN
The Man's Store
423 9th Street
Saturday and Sunday
WILL J. O'HEARN
The Olcott of Vaudeville
And Company of 8 Players
Carload of Scenery and Electrical Effects
W AND PHOTO Rt avn 1
AND PHOTO PLAYS
Matinee, ,10c Evening, 20c
1 P.M. Continuous to 11 P.M.
CMlesi Theater iit Tiwi.
Mew Feature Films.
5c - -5c
W. die TotM la Tht Htnld's tS,00O Contest.
C'1"M 'M '?!
W PENN. RYE
Tern years eld, L23
Order by -"phone. ,
Also TENNESSEE. SXOO Bottle.
2..- .v-w -vuterv ggtJtfevA .Jteg r4 5&&i
The Clothing Busi-
ness of Washington
He is selling better
clothing for less money
than any, store in the
Busy Selling Hundreds
nf Finn 90 flft Suit
and Overcoats, at.
Making the Man's Store
the busiest spot in
Fine handmade garments; 25
stjles, in the newest fabrics;
blues, blue-hrowns, blue-grays,
grays, and blacks; models the
very latest, and every Suit a real
$20.00 value. Can't match 'em
even at that price.
are wonders at $20.00, but our
Birthday Price is only $15.15.
These coats the very latest
models are made in stylish
brown and gray mixtures and
fine blacks, in medium and heavy
weights. Buy now jou'll not
get such Overcoats, again at
Selling Thousands of
Fine Fall Hats
(Every Hat a Perfect Hat)
Some hatters get
$4 and $5 for them.
$1.00 Neckwear 59c
50c Neckwear 39c
25c Brighton Garters.... 21c
25c Suspenders 15c
$1.50 Gloves $1.15
$5.00 Umbrellas $3 15
Guaranteed to be kept in re
pair 2 years.
1005-7 Pa. Ave.
act was can
nrraoie ox lla
acter. I hTe
rented the Gar
fallen" for the
approval of the
stood people of
The cordial re
ed my players
and myself at
ance, of I hi.
me of their
taearrr and un
proval. A feature at
aters In Amer
ica for seven
- 322 PMsyvaHia.AvtCs,E.
4 REELS. :
OF HIGH-CLASS' PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:3. P.M.
W. Ciie Tote. In Vu 9eald'i S&cts Contest.
MEXICAN CHILE CM CAME
v JUS5 S. T. At .
WILL BE DISCUSSED
Citizens' Federation ,to Take Up
Clayton Protest at Meeting'
Suffrage will be the chief topic of
discussion ak the meetlntT of the Federa
tion of Citizens Association, at the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce to
night. The question will be brought
forward in the resolution introduced at
the last meeting- by William! If. Clayton,
which embodies a formal protest against
suffrage for the District, if it involves
the sacrifice of the half-and-half prin
ciple of paying municipal expenses.
The resolution sets forth that the
first duty of the citizens of the District
Is to insist alwas that Congress shall
dreserve inviolate the fundamental
principle of the organic act of 1S7S, and
that any movement for suffrage must be
subordinated to the preservation of that
The resolution met with no opposition
at the last -meeting of the federation, but
final action was deferred for the purpose
of giving the members time to give the
subject attention and prepare themselves
to discuss it more at length than the
time offered at the last meeting permit
ted. It is likely that some reference will be
made to-night to the proposed merger
of the street railway and lighting prop
erties of the District and near-by sub
urban territory. It is understood 'that
a resolution on the subject may be pre
sented and discussed, if time permits,
after the suffrage matter is disposed of.
Out of Money
Crying that her mother was dead, and
"that she Just anted a few flowers to
put on her coffin." a colored woman who
gae her name as Maud Bell went into
the florist shop of F. H. Kramer, at 315
F Street Northwest, Thursday afternoon.
asking for "Just a few blooms."
The woman stated that she was em-
plojed as a maid by a family by the
name of Symond. residing in Newton
Street, and that when she heard of her
mother's death she had asked tnat she
be paid the wages coming to her in or
der that she might provide for funeral
The woman stated that she had been
given a check for her wages, and exhib
ited an order on the Washington Loan
and Trust Company for $15, signed by
Mablo Svmond. Her plaintive plea for
flowers touched the heart of Mr. Kra
mer, and he sold her a funeral wreath for
$5. giving her 110 in cash in change from
When the messenger went to deliver
the flowers yesterday morning he found
that the address existed In imagination
only. The check was sent to the bank,
and It was returned, stamped "N. G "
BUCKETSH0P TRIAL ON.
Twelve Aliened Proprietors tr
ralsrned Before Justice- Stafford.
Twelve alleged proprietors of bucket-
shops were arraigned jesterday before
Justice Stafford on the charge of bucket
shopping, and all 'entered pleas of not
Among the twelve men who appeared
were Louis and Angelo Cello, of St.
Louis: Samuel A. Adler and C. A. TIUIs,
of New York, who fought the indict
ments successfully before Justice Wright,
but lost when the government took the
matter to the Court of Appeals -
The defendants were represented by S
S Field, of Baltimore. Henry E Davis,
A. S Worthlngton, J R. Ralston, John
E Laskey, and George P. Hoover. The
motion to allow a a motion for a trial
of particulars to be filed later was up
held by Justice Stafford, allowing ten
das in -which it maj be demanded of
the government. The cases arose out of
the raids made in April, 1910
ORDERS WIFE TO BE PAID.
Trmt Company Must Give From In
come of C. G. Gait.
Justice Anderson jesterday signed an
order directing the American Security
and Trust Company to pay to Anna
Russell Gait 60 out of the income be
longing to Carroll Grayson Gait,
Mrs. Gait in her petition alleges that
her husband had failed to pay her main
tenance at regular intervals, and that
she was HI In a hospital in New York
and wishes now to return to this city,
but has not enough money to defray the
Bliss GrnenlBE to Speak.
The District branch of the National
Association for the Advancement of
Colored People will hold a special meet
ing in Shlloh Baptist Church next Slon-
dav ntchti Miss Martha Gruening. a
representative from the parent body in
New York City, will speak. Rev. Dr. J
Milton Waldron is president of the local
Robinson Fiends Not Guilty.
George P. Robinson, a promoter, plead
ed not guilty to a charge of making false
representations to a number of clerks in
the Treasury Department in connection
with the sale of stocks, when arraigned
in Police Court yesterday. Attorney C.
H Syme represented the accused
Falls and Breaks Leg;.
Walter Stansbury. twenty-eight years
old while employed in painting the wall
of Poll's Theater yesterday, fell fifteen
feet from a ladder, sustaining a broken
leg. He was taken to Emergency Hos
pital for treatment,
ttmser Charles MaaJester for Moost Verses
(earn Serorth Stmt Whirl it It l a and :30
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Companri
teamen from foot of Serenth Street for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk Ally at 615 p. m.
Cars from FifteentbtStreet and New Tork Arena
ererr quarter hocr for main entrance Zoo Park ad
To Great Falls-Washington and Old Dominion
uaflrcad can ererr fnr minutes from Thirtj-aiith
and if Streets.
lo Mount Teraon Washlnston-Tlrcinla Railvar
ran aierr hour on the hoar from 10 a. m. to 3 n. m.
Station. Twelfth Street and FesnsriTania Arane.
Specify BfelnbcTx'a "Ton-Vorh" Tlrrail
and insure enjoyable meals. Tasty,
wholesome, clean. Grocers, 716 Uth St, se.
SDlendid feature .The n hnw .?r
Virginia Theater to-day
BETTER THAN SPANKING
"Spanking does not cure children of bed-
wetting. There Is a constitutional cause
for this trouble. Mrs. IS. Summers, Box
VT. Nptre Dame, Ind., wlli.send free to
any mother, her successful home treat
ment, with full Instructlons.'-Send no
money, but write her to-day If your chil
dren trouble you in this -way. Don't
blame the child; the chances are It can't
help" it. This treatment also cures adults
and aged people troubled with urine diffi
culties by day" or night"
Entin $60,000 Stock
50c on the Dollar
We are forced to vacate oat building at once, and in order
to dispose of our entire stock in the shortest possible time, we
have resorted to the most drastic sacrifices ever known in the
annals of Washington retailing:!
The ruthless price-cutting affects every dollar's worth of
clothing in this" big establishment, including the new fall and win
ter lines of Men's Suits and O'Coats which have just come from
the makers' hands. On every hand you will see opportunities for
sensational "saving on clothing of the newest style and most re
liable quality. A visit. here to-day will quickly convince you of
the unparalleled character of the values.
Men's J10.00 Suits reduced to A Eft
Men's $12.50 Suits reduced to.
Men's 516.50 Suits reduced to.
Men's $20.00 Suits reduced to .
Men's J22.50 Suits reduced to .
Men's S25.00 Suits reduced to.
Men's 527.50 Suits reduced to.
Men's Trousers. Worsteds, Cheviots,
and Cassimeres; 53.25 values
Men's Trousers, Worsteds, Cheviots,
and Cassimeres; 54.00 values. ...
Children's School Suits,
sizes 6 to 17
Note the lentYil Sale Prices on
MEN'S NEW FALL FURNISHINGS
Men's Neglige Shirts. In neat, light
and dark effects. Regular 75c ACr.
values for ijw
Men's Coat Sweaters In white and
gray, at 98c, SI 98, and S3 69 worth
a third to a half more.
Men's 84 00 Cardigan Jackets, all
wool quality, in various col- 9 Afl
ors Removal sale price fc.to
Men's 50c Derby Ribbed Under
wear, shirts, and drawers to ?Qf.
match Removal Sale price.... "
Boys Coat Sweaters, .perfect fit
ting, elastic Equality. Regular QB.
81 50 kind reduced to a'oc
Comer Ninth aii E.
4 COMPLETE SHOWS DAILY Jill iP3so
ALL NEXT WEEK
ALBERS' GREAT PERFORMING
EIGHT SHAGGY MONSTKItS IV INCREDIBLE FEATS OP
DEXTERITV AND I"fTELMGECE.
The Only Act of Its Kind in the World.
Browi & Bartoletti
Comedy Stasias; JToTelty.
The Jnffsllaff Comedlaa
ABE MARTIN SATS:
A romantic girl generally marries
a feller that never shaves his neck
again after th' minister has made
Miss Tawney Apple has a new
Charity, Hoard Takes Infant.
Judge Callam. in Juvenile Court, yes
terday committed to Uie Board of Chari
ties the infant, "Ionis;' recently found
in a room in the Hotel Thyson No word
has been heard from the couple who
abandoned the child since, the first tele
gram from Baltimore, requesting the ho
tel officials to take care of the- "naek-
ae" left io que of the rooms.
11 THREE 1VEW PHOTOPU.YS DULY. AMATEURS FRIDAY.
BIG CONCERT SUNDAY.
6 New Acts 3 New Pictures.
II 3 to 10:30 Continuous, Prices, 10 and 20c. II
Men's 81 SO all-wool Underwear,
extra fine soft grade, shirts and
drawers to match. Removal QC
Sale price ...S'OC
Men's 81.50 imported Cape Walk
ing Gloves, in correct shades Qfl.
of tan. Removal Sale price... J"
Men's 81 50 and 83 00 Fall Hats,
soft shapes and derbies, in all the
correct blocks. Removal 1 BE
Sale price 1.03
Men's high grade Shirts. In the
newest fall designs and col- 1 4C
ors. Reduced from 32 to wJ.JJ
MEN AND BOYS.
Pearl & Roth
"Farina; an Opportunity."
The Darllnr Little Songstress.
WILE MINIMIZE DANGER.
Gas Company Will Establish Anto
Service for All Fires.
An automobile emergency service to
respond to all fire alarms will be estab
lished by the "Washington Gaslight Com
pany following the approval of the plan
by the Commissioners.
The purpose will be to minimize the
danger of bursting gas mains in burning
buildings. The suggestion of the com
pany has the approval of the District
heads, and a Are alarm will be installed
at the general offices of the company In
ailsslons Snbmlt Reports.
The Women's Interdenominational Mis
sionary Union held Its nrst meeting of
the season yesterday afternoon, in the
lecture hall of the Church of the Epiph
any., Reports were received from Jew
ish, Central Union. Gospel, Chinese, and
Alley missions. Mrs. John Newton Cul
Funeral of Wlllluu C. Doyd.
William a Boyd was burrled from his
residence, 1007 Irving Street Northwest,
yesterday afternoon. Bev. Clarence
Wise, pastor of Iowa Avenue Methodist
Episcopal Church, conducted the seni
ces. Burial was in Bock. Creek Ceme
tery. He was a member of the Sons of
the American Reolatlon and of Daw
son Lodge. No. 16, F..A. A. M.
Better Illumination of Avenue.
The District electrical department is
undecided whether it will recommend
the installation of l.BOO-candlepower arc
or S00-cand!epower Incandescent lamps
in Pennsylvania Avenue, from First to
Fifteenth Streets. Tests of both sys
tems hae been made. The Commis
sioners will ask Congress for better il
lumination of the Avenue. ,
DON'T THROW YIUR
We Give Voto'mThe
When the soles of your shoes wear through: and your heels are
all run over, don't go to the expense of Buying a new. pair of shoes.
Bring your old shoes to us and for a nominal charge we will make
them as good as new.
We have the best equipped hoe repair shop in Washington and
use only up-to-date machines and methods.
PHONE US OR SEND POST CARD, AND WE'IX CALL
FOR YOUR SHOES, make repairs wished, and return them promptly.
Come here and we can make the repairs while you" wait
Our Prices Are Always Reasonable. . J
WHOLE SOLE AND HEELS,
Men, $1.50. ' Women, $1.25.
Children, 75c to $1.00.
ChUdren, 30c to 50c.
WHOLE RUBER SOLES FOft MEI. WOMEI, AID CHILD RE I SEWED 01 UIE WHEI IEW.
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
Phone. M. 4826. 719 9th St N. W. Wm. M. Ayre, Manager.
get Your Votes from Us in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
Lansbtirgii Furniture and Carpet Go.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
Our New Stock of Buffets Is Now Completed
They consist of Fumed Oak, Golden Oak, Early English,
Mahogany. Inexpensive and artistic values.
Let Us Open an Account with You.
We Give Votes in Herald's $25,000 Contest
Three 5c Loaves Ireii for - - - 10c
Best Compound, per lb - 9ac
Quaker Matches, per dozen boxes 10c
50c Teas, any kind, per lb....- 29c
Lunch Crackers, per lb 7c
Four 10c Bottles of Vanilla 25c
Four 10c Bottles of Lemon 25c
10c Packages Duryea's Cornstarch "Pfcc
"E. B." Coffee, per lb 24c
Third St. and Md. Ave. N.E.
J. T. D. PYLES' Other Stores
19 IN ALL.
WerGie Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
WE GIVE YOU SERVICE
WITH THE QUALITY GOODS
WE OFFER FOR SALE.
WATER BOTTLES, SYRINGES,
There Is scarcely a person that
does not dread purchasing; either a
hot-water bottle, a fountain s rinse,
or an Ice cap In a busy store ve
do away with this bother. When
your physician at the bedside orders
such artirles It you phone Lincoln
1101 or 2771, a. clerk lakes a sample
case, jumps on one of our motor
cycles, and brings to your house one
of each kind of water bottles. &c
we have In stock. All our prices
are plainly marked. You select the
kind you need. Tou lose no time.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th art East Capita) Sts.
Wt GIt etes to The HertM 53.W Contest.
HlKtratorc aid Deslgasrs
PROCESS ENGRAVERS i
WxhiBts8 Post Bids. ' M. 673. j
"QUALITY AND SPEED" j
' We CIra Yotet to The BmU'l f3.CN CooU.
OLD SHOES AWAY.
Herald's $25,000 Contest
This cut shows exact Quar
tered Oak Buffet, all hand pol
ished, swell front, plate mirrors.
715 1th St S.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 Rew Reels Each Ray
We irrre Herald 93SJ0M
51 9 Seveith Street Herthweet j
WM. AIREY, Manner.
Fresh Films Every Day ,
We aire Herald 13,000 contest votes.
All that old-time undertaker
will furnish for $150 to S200 In
funeral values can be had from
W. W. Deal & Co. for T5. Serv
ice any time, anywhere."
W. W. DEAL Ml CO.,
Wtshtofna'a Lelinc L'Ddrrtikttv
Ttlcrbcoe lincula 3M. J
8164 Street Northeast.
Largest Horsing Cireslatioa.
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