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120 Suits and
This is our Big Birthday leader,
but we offer you just as big values
iniproportion in suits and overcoats
at $20,' $25, "and $28.75. See them
all make comparisons.
D. J. KAUFMAN.
1M5-1M7 Penna. Ave.
I "Sweet InRisfallen"!
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taken care of right away by a
Practical Optician with IS years'
A. 0. BITTERLY,
. Skillfully repaired by workmen
. familiar with foreign and do-
, mestlc makes.
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We give Herald catLOM eeatest vetaav
The Cholceat the Market
Affords Can Alwaya
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We give Herald md eeatest vote.
We have Must "received a
Fancy Golden Grimes ;
- The -beauty applet either cooking '
' ' or,-eating, .at prices that are ' '
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Local 0rfwiwtia to Zay XmMM
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lifitm Ifmaeat . r
Funds'ha.ve been raised In Washington
to meet the. salary of Fred. RSmltk. the
.promoter-of Christian service, on a round
the-world trip. In the course, of which
the Men and Religion Forward More-
ment Is to be brought to 130,000,000 persons
In Hawaii. China. Australia. South Af
rica Korea. Japan, the Philippines, and
Great Britain. This Is the first effort yst
made to sirs an international character
to the Men and Religion Forward Move
ment which has hitherto been confined to
the United States.
Mr. Smith's salary on this trip Is to be
paid by the Fred. B. Smith Club, of this
city, a subsidiary organisation of the T.
M. C. A., which finances Itself Independ
ently of the association. Mr. unmn wui
arrive In the city to-day to discuss plans
for the trip with 8. W. Woodward, chair
man or the T. M. C. A. board of trustees;
William Knowles Cooper, secretary of the
organization, and the members or me
Fred. B. Smith Club. According to pres
ent plans. Mr. Smith will sail from San
Francisco on January 1. and the tour
will last a year.
On this trip." said Mr. cooper yester
day, "Mr. Smith Is attempting something
which has never before, been even
dreamed of; and that Is, to unite all
ChrisUans In all countries Into one feder
ated, constructive effort at raising civilization.
"This whole movement Is largely a
Washington enterprise. It owes Its In
ceptlon to a Washington man, Harry W.
Arnold, who originated the plan while
he was still secretary of religious work
In the Washington T. M. C A. For ten
years, likewise, the Washington Y. M. C.
A. maintained Mr. Smith on its payroll
as evangelistic secretary of the Interna
tional T. M. C. A., the position which
.prepared him to undertake the Men
and Religion Forward Movement. Ana
finally It was James B. Morrow, still
another Washington man, who gave the
wide publicity, through his Interview
with James O. Cannon, President of the
Fourth National Bank of New Tork,
chairman of the Men and Religion For
ward Movement, which resulted In giv
ing the projected campaign Its final
Associated with Mr. Smith In his com
ing world tour of Christian welfare
work Is Raymond Robins, a social work
er of Chicago and a prominent member
of the Progressive party In that city.
8. W. Woodward, of this city. Is a mem
ber of the 'directing committee of the
Annual Keport of District Hospital
Shows Increase in Number
The average dally number of patients
treated at the Tuberculosis Hospital of
the District Increased this year from 81.11
to 94 02. according to the annual report
of Dr. W. D. Tewksbury, superintendent
of the institution, made public yesterday.
A total of 461 cases were treated.
Tuberculin, a preparation discovered by
Dr. Wahltn. of Paris, was tried In con
nection with twelve esses. Results of the
treatment were so unsatisfactory that Its
use was discontinued Turpozone. a va-
for formed by a combination of turpen
Ine and ozone, was also tried with five
patients. The results obtained were In
different. More than twenty cases of Incipient tu
berculosis were treated. Of these, four
left the lnstltulon cured, eight In an Im
proved condition, three unimprovcad with
the disease arrested, while six remained
In the Institution and died. Efforts have
been made to make the hospital more at
tractive, so that a greater number will
have the disease treated while still In an
Several improvements are requested by
the superintendent. Among them, two
high-pressure boilers, a disinfecting plant,
an Incinerator, and a vacuum cleaner. A
dietician is requested, and an Increase in
salary for four servants employed at the
Institution. Not less than 11.500 Is asked
for repairs and Improvements
ELEVEN NEW CITIZENS.
Eleven Admitted to Privilege
Uncle Sam Is richer by eleen new
citizens, who were admitted to that
privilege yesterday by Justice Gould, and
they are Ferdinand Walker, Jeremiah
Herllhy, Morris Richard. Gulstlno San
tllll, Michael J. Sheehy, Enrico V. Sesso,
Daniel M. Healey, John T. Tyler. Fran
cesco Guaragua. Philip Berman, and
Cornelius P. Carmody.
Ten applications were continued a
month for various reasons, the principal
one being to permit the candidates to
study up on matters relating to the
ABSOLUTE DIVORCE ASKED.
Wife Sues John Cook, Alias John
Bonaparte, Alleging Mlscondoct.
Alleging misconduct and naming a co
respondent. Elizabeth Cook yesterday
filed suit for absolute divorce from John
Cook, alias John Bonaparte. They were
married In this city July 24. 1S99 Plain
tiff alleges that defendant Is addicted to
excessive drinking, and has threatened
her life repeatedly.
Cook Is said to be a pensioner of the
United States, receiving J14 a month, and
Is hesd gardlner at the Washington Navy
Yard, receiving C50 a day, and going
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That's the accommodating policy of this store. But your credit ia not, accompanied by any-charges for the',
favor nor by any "red-tape." It'll be just a plain charge account and with the best selected stock of Home-i-nuili--ings
in Washington to select from.- Qualities are guaranteed, "and the prices ate as. low as it is possible to mark them. '
METAL BEDS-SPRINGS MATTRESS-COMPLETE- J '
A SPECIAL SALE OF HIGH-GRADE DINNER SETS.
You'll find it to be and here are samples of
Do you know we've, got one of the most attractive China Departments?
what it oners special values at special prices.
Full 100-piece Sets new and artistic effects.
English Royal Vltrous Ware, of two shapes
and three decorations Grecian Key border In.
Plain white. In rich shape and S6.IJU
finish. REDUCED from 19 WeWW
Imported Ensllsb BemI -Porce
lain Ware, In two color designs
Domestic China. In rosebud de
sign and gold tracing. REDUCED
from $12.00 J
Black and Old Rose; conventional design, gold
and Blue. Seduced from
lined, and Light Blue Rose Pat
. tern. In Saxony Ware. REDUCED
English China in striking India
Tree design: artistic shape. RE
DUCED from III.OO
ers at head
and of high
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Note the exceptionally
a feature of
Complete Outfit, $6.30.
Bed. $1.80; Springs, IZ25; Mattress. $2.2&
Complete Outfit, $8.00.
Bed. 13.50; Sgtjofi. $2.25; Mattreu. $2.25.
Complete Outfit, $12.00.
Bed. $7.50; Sprint $2.25; Matties, $125.
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
It seems like some folks never
begin t' travel till they git a bunch
What's become o' th' ole-fash-
ioned mother that never went t'
bed till all th children got in?
HAJ. CARSON'S WILL FILED.
Deceased Divides Estate Between
Widow and Children.
The will of Maj. John Miller Carson,
dated August ZL. 1912, was filed for pro
hate yesterday. After giving to his son,
John Miller Carson. Jr., U. S. A.; his
brother. Robert Carson, and his son-in-law.
Dr. Thomas Leslie MacDonald. cer
tain personal effects, he elves the rest
of the estate to his widow, Sirs. Annie
Lainla Carson, who. in conjunction with
Mrs. Adelaide Carson MacDonald, are
named as executrices.
COURT OF AFEALS MEETS.
Minor Cases Disposed of on First
Day of Fall Term.
The Court of Appeals yesterday con
ened for the fall and winter term and
et the legal machinery of the District
in complete operation. A number of
minor cases were disposed of at yester
day morning's session, with Chief Jus
tice Shepard and Associate Justices
Robb and Van Orsdel constituting the
About 120 cases are on the appeal
docket this term It Is not likely that
the appeal of Samuel Gompers, John
Mitchell, and Frank Morrison from the
jail sentences imposed on them by Jus
tice Wright for alleged contempt of court
will reach the appellate tribunal before
the January term.
CASPAR ADMINISTRATOR SUES.
Brother of Street Car Victim Brings
Action Against Two Companies.
George Caspar, administrator of the
estate of John Michael Caspar, yesterday
filed suit against the Capital Traction
Company and the Washington Railway
and Electric Company for 110,000 dam
ages, alleging that on July 13 last the
latter was a passenger on one of the
defendant's cars In U Street between
b th name of John Bonanarte In hoth ! Seventh and Ninth Streets Northwest.
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In .Contempt of Court.
Henry W. Stewart, a plumber, of 2307
Fourteenth Street Northwest, yesterday
was adjudged In contempt of court by
Justice Bernard for alleged failure to
pay his wife, Anna L. Stewart, alimony
of 140 a month, as directed August 30
last. The contempt order directs the
Marshal to confine Stewart In Jail for
thirty das "or unUl he purges himself
of the contempt."
Sterner dark, lliesketti for Mount Terns
lenes Sereath Blrat whstt it a, ml la
Bw av dsttr. empt Sander.
. Norfott and Wuhlsitoa Wsslwt Company
fatsos from toot of Smnth stmt for Ola Foist
Oantet sad Nomtt ilj st p. m.
Ons Das mterBta- attest and Mt lark Amass
mmj essrter heat Mr sola itiauis Coo Put us
To Oiest nas-WashhataB sad 014 Daaarioa
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Te Addressee DeceasedGreat S-reel
drama. 12 show, Sa Va. Theater to-day.
Kvery Meal Bsesssu a Feast. -When
Meinberg's "Top-Noch" Bread Is
served. Have it on your table dally.
ClrssT Ipeed DtetaMea
when the same collided with a car of the
Capital Traction Company. Injuring him
to such an extent as to cause his death
half an hour after the accident.
Sacs for 5,000 Damages.
Annie M. McMahon yesterday filed suit
against J. W. Estes for 13,000 damages,
alleging that July 3 last she was struck
and knocked down by a runaway horse
of the defendant, suffering serious In
juries. The accident is alleged to have
occurred at Sixth and H Streets Northeast.
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Make Home Bright
With Electric Light
Bid good night to the sun
As hegoes to his rest;
With this light in your home
For the night, you've the best
Electric Light is best for any place
where you cannot secure sunlight. In
one's home, particularly, the light in
use should be safe, pure, steady, attract
ive, convenient, clean, and econom
ical. Electric Light is all these and
more. It is the light par excellence. A
twist of the switch and it is on or off
Electric Light is matchless in every, way.
FOR INFORMATION ASK
Potomac Electric Power Co.,
213 14th St I. W. Phut Mail 72S0.
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CARL PCTCIIfMIt; .
.Fin.-Watch, Clot, sad CaronosMter Kepalrlas.
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Brtrrtalat the but st If tasa tha asral prkm
Pnaipt, eoorteaos suilus
Edward F. Davis.
Tea isasa aML tUs,
Order by 'phone.
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Bask for Carters Baaepas OeisC v am
Oar tebal iiaisaibh la !. coatast for 0
see set far isch sesa? ms Hastes Jm the
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we Oh Vota t. The BanVTa M 0 UK, '
Each' Cabinet complete !u lUelf.
No loose ends. Drawers hong on.
M R frietlonlaaa rolUr-bearlng
exUnslon-slides. Ten rollers t.
Flve-plr drawer fronts; tops
and side panels. m
All panels carefuDr selected for
CARRIED IK LIGHT AND
DARK GOLDEN QUARTER
SAWED OAK AND MAHOGANY;
DULL SATIN FINISH.
. " TNE
11th aii H Stmts N. W.
We give Herald Wtjt eeatest
Is made of lean, tender pieces
of pork mildly cored, stuffed
in linen containers, and boiled.
Far superior and more deli
cious than boneless ham, be
ing JUICY. MILD, and
Is fine minced pork well
seasoned, and baked in an
oven, the most appetizing dish
for these hot summer days.
No more standing over a hot
stove to prepare your meals.
12 I Stmt $.1.
STaHS hi all naker
W Git Total to Tea Hanld's taVat Cbaast,
Should be done now to stop the
small leaks that grow large.
Roof Paint, a combination of
Brazilian copal gum. special pre
pared pure linseed oil. and a
suitable color, containing no coal
tar or any by-product of coal tar.
Elistikite Rot! Ptiit
In gallon cans for family use.
Place your order for Root
W. S. JEIIS ft SM,
Stem Imps, 721 7 $L R. W .
W. Git. Votes to Tba Baald'a asUsl Cbotnt,
WE 6IVE YOU SERVICE
WITH THE QUALITY GOODS
WE OFFER FOR SALE.
WATER HTTLES, SYRIK6ES,
There Is scarcely a person that
does not dread .purchasing either a
hot-water bottle, a fountain syringe,
or an Ice cap In a busy store, we
do away with this bother. When
your physician at the bedside orders
such articles If yon phone Lincoln
1104 or 274. a clerk tskes a sample)
case. Jumps on one of our motor-,
cycles, and brings to your house one
of each kind of water bottles. Ac.
we have In stock. All our prices
are plainly marked. Tou aelect th
kind you need. Tou loae no time.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
1h . East Capitol Sis.
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iar to or tn. rouowjna tor oaa jaar. at:
Aawrlnn. CoBOopoUUn. DriiDattar. Etenaodys,
Good Baowac-pliic. BtaaH'i, Mcdun's, Wasaa't
Boas. CowianWr. atotrocoliun. Modem Tllinlia.
Phjiksl Coltan. Writ tor cstasata on. say aa-
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.We give HereU mm eemteat Tees.
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