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Here's a brace-of-good' clothing
values that re galloping ahead of
anyimng in uie nciu.
Suits and Overcssts
'Hoaest 20 Garments at--
$15.15
Hundreds -of -nobby styles in
Suits and Coats,, affording a big
selection, and", values that can't be
matched anywhere in this whole
District.
Money's Worth or Money Back.
Dl J. KAUFMAN.
mS-HI7 Peon. Ave.
CHASE'S
Schubert Pianos and
Player Pianos.
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Jrph Hall Ckaae.
1 IftVE SHAME! 1131 PIKES
Don't be a victim any
longer. Every time you pay
a high price for a name you
throw two or three hundred
dollars in the street.
' Dea't Attn! So-called Salra.;
SEE ME FIRST. This' is a
"square deal. progressive bouse,
selling you the best piano made
In the world. A call will con
vince you.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIAN CI.,
1307 G St. X. w. aad MH ?Ur
St. JT. W.
G Street stare Oaea Satardar
, Evealaaa VJatll StSa.
Seveata Street Store Oara Sat
ardar EvealaaTa Uatll 3.
Mala 3110. --"" .
We aire Herald Jg.OOO ' "
eaateat vatea.
lepmrtef Saferimtaafeat IbikrU
. wi ImpnTekemt ia Caaiitiaa
of Sek TheiaDiitrieV
People bf'taef District now come jiear
. to tctUBaf' Mil measure -and Just
weights thari-ever before, according to
the'atmuaJ -report of W. C Haskell. U
perintendeat' of weights, measures, and
markets, submitted to the Commission
ers "yesterdar.
Improvement In the conditions of
scales uaad In the District has been
marked. Many .merchants -ofthe 'city
hare co-operated with the department,
the report states, in Its efforts to pro
tect Si purchasing public:
Accondlng to the report, total receipts
of the department deposited 'with the
collector of taxes during the last year
amounted to C8.TO.6X. There were 21
S3 weights, scales, and measures sealed;
OS were condemned and destroyed, and
m were condemned for repair.
Inspections of- dairies showed that con
ditions had ".improved over previous
years. - Of the eighty dairies visited,
short bottles were found in only five.
Of the- 600,000 milk t bottles Inspected.
5,811 were seisedand destroyed.
Ice Maa Gaea to Jail.
s Bales of Ice weh watched closely dur
ing tne summer ror .msuuicn oi anon
weight One Ice man was sentenced to
thirty days In Jail In. each of three cases
for "failure to pay a fine of IU0. Twenty-three
cases were prosecuted In Po
lice Court for .violations of the weights
and measures law during the year.
"The number of cases' prosecuted
iTshowed a decrease of'flfty-four over the
preceding year. Fines to the amount or
1553 wereImposed.'1
Coal merchants continue to use great
care in weighing coal' for delivery, 'he
report states, and adds that "dealers
generally are glad to have their coal re
weighed by this office."
. Receipts in rents of market stands
and street market space In the Eastern,
Western. and Georgetown markets
amounted to $20,866.80. an Increase of
$9231.04 over last year.
The report makes mention of the tak
ing over by the District of the fish mar
ket. Supt, Haskell. Health Officer
Woodward, and Municipal Architect
Snowden Ashford hae been appointed
by the Commissioners to examine this
property and report on or before July
1 plans for suitable fish wharf and mar
ket. C0UBT CLERK C0H6BAT0IATED.
John R. Young Roands Out Twenty-war
Vein of Sen Ice.
John R. Young, for twenty-one years
clerk of the District Supreme Court, yes
terday was congratulated by members
cf the bar and bench.
He is the second man to serve in this
capacity, having been apointed shortly
after the death of Return J. Meigs. Jr.,
the first clerk of the Supreme Court of
the District. October 20. 1891.
Mr. Young entered the clerk's office In
1876 as an assistant clerk, and In the
two capacities has had an unshaken
service of thlrty-slx years at the city
hall.
Fine Dlamonda and Wabfcaa. Eetaliibed IHi
RECONSTRUCTED RUBIES'
THE BEST thtt rime an produce IBE
CISELT LIKE THE REAL EXPBkSIVK
REMS IN COLOR. BRILLIANCY. AND
HABDM.SS. We out onlr the BEST QUAL
ITY, with enttinc exutlr tb bum u dta
ttond. string greatest txlllilncr. SEE OUBS
befors paiebasinc eteewhere.
rlea, Par Carat Steae. 1.S0.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY.
CARL PETERSEN,
Jeweler and Suveiaaitll,
S3 St. N. W. Phane M. 4143-Y
We give Hernia SS00 eeatest veea.
InGooyTamSte'&nd Appropritae
Is tba tiraa; ef artifiea of Jcvelrj, Gold, Surer and
riattd Win, Caaica Cat Glasa piceea, aVc. for .wad
dins or hataday laeamta. From our Urn and select
mi of artiaUe and rrrttllj deagned arttdaa, anj I
article will puaae tna ndpuot.
IRRf HU X St. 1. W.
We tve Herald as eaafst vatea.
Ho Storags ChargsiTfor
First Month.
able ratea aa atarssta. aaaltsas,
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UNION STORAeS CO
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Colrabia Phiriacy
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School Supplies. Magazines; Periodicals.
Branch Poet-ofuoe,
1401 H STREET N. E.
We Oha Total m tba BaaloTs W.SM Ooateat.
BEEHIVE MAMKET
N. Rosenblatt Prop.
Groceries, Meats, Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Order sent for and delivered.
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GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
Belle Mills Fosnd Galltr of Stab-
lilasr Haaband to Death.
A verdict of manslaughter was brought
in yesterday afternoon by a Jury in
Criminal Court No. 1 In the case of the
government against Belle Mills, colored,
charged with murder in the first degdee
in connection with the death of her hus
band, John Mills, In June, 1911.
It ras charged that the woman stab
bed her husband In the left side and
that he died in an ambulance on the
way to the hospitaL The woman pleaded
self-defense. The prisoner was remanded
for sentence.
B. H. Warner Better.
Brainerd H. Warner, prominent In real
estate and financial circles here. Is In a
sanatorium at Clifton Spring. X. Y.. suf
fering from a nevrous breakdown. Ha Is
reported to be Improving rapidly, but It
will be several weeks, it Is said, before
he can resume active ork here.
Dearlng Rites To-la. ,
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth
Bearing, wife of George T. Dearing,
president of 'the Mutual Fire Insurance
Company, will be held at 9 o'clock this
morning at the residence. 1008 Massa
chusetts Avenue Northwest, Rev. Frank
T. Benson. pastor of Rhode Island Av
enue Church, and Rev. W. V. Tuder. of
ficiating. Interment will be lri Glen
wood Cemetery. Mrs. Dearlng Is sur
vived by her husband and two daughter?,
Mrs. I. R. Bangs and Miss May Dearing.
ABE MABTm SATS:
N if v N.S
Cigarettes seem t' hurt some"
folks worse than if they smoked
'em. ,
Th' first -baby gits all ,th' rides.
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LOCAL MEFII0H.
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BXCURSIOKS TO-DT.
Stetaur Charles Maealatter for Mount vsraoa
na BrKaui street Whaif itSLaatM
p. fa. dallzexeept Snndtr.
KorfoU and WaabinctsaStFamlnat Cocaptar!
alaiaaai boat foot of Barcsth Street tor Old Fatst
Caaftat sad Norfolk dattr at la p. m.
Can hoa IWeanth Dtnat sad Mew York Arena
etarr amrtar kour for asala tstnmoa Zoo Park sad
Chrrj Chaae. .
Tb Gnat lWB-Waa!nston and Old Ooaualaa
Baanad can srarj f re sahmtas (ran Tnfctr-aixth
andM Streata.
TO Xanst Yrmsa Waaahsrloa-Ylnanla Bailwaj
uaamr boor on tba boar from M a. at. tot a. aa.
attfea. TaaJfta Street sad Penaariraaai Areoaa.
A"Saaare Meal" Ia Amsarea
When Melnberg'a "Top-Noch" Bread Is
on the table. Every crumb satisfying.
Pttasaa and Gregg Steaagraphr WaaMr
learaal and rcrJdb wrtttea: beiuimia aad ppeed
rjaaaaa. Tltaailtiiig. laaloeia coonea, Tba Driller,
Is Hear To. Ararat.
gtasallaa mt Ptetared Featarea Ta-ay,
-BOFKALO BILL."
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Which
': .You Choose?
A dark, dfngy house, where1 the method of
lighting is antiquated, where the ceilings and
walls are disfigured with smudge and soot,
OR
an' attractive electrically lighted home a home
that makes you feel "thrice welcome" the minute
you see it where the ceilings and walls are
clean and look like new?
You say, "really there is no choice every
one prefers an electrically lighted home. Electric
light is matchless but." Leave the "but" off
don't even thinlfof it. Tell us when to send
our representative. He will make the way easy.
Mazda Lamps have cat the cost of electric light in half.i
Potomac Electric Power Co.
213 1K St. N. W. Phone Main 7260
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FOUR-
DRAWER
LEHER
FILE
Each Cabinet complete In Itself.
No loose ends. Drawers hung on
M R frlctloniess roller-bearing
extension slides. Ten rollers to
(the drawer.
Five-ply drawer fronts; tops
and side panels.
All panels carefully selected for
grain.
CARRIED IX LIOHT AND
DARK GOnDEN' QUARTER
SAWED OAK AND MAHOGANY;
DULX. SATIN FINISH.
$16.50
THE
MELTON-RHODES
.. CO., INC.
llth'andH Streets N.W.
MAIM 7011.
l give Herald SXsOOO contest
ALFORD'S
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of size.
Ton will find our Tetters free
from dark edges, baakea type,
typographical errors. c
Ton can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,9M LETTERS, $4.0)
ALFORD IEHER COMPANY
Dlafrlrt Katteaal-Baak Ballalag,:
140& G Strt
.fliva Mala 7S6C -,
SKCiJU. IHXEI CMCHATK,
ISeiand 40c per box.
ICE CREAM
$1.00 gallon. J5c rjuart, 15o pint.
COKINOS BROS V
M4 gtk St. aw. 1M H St. aa,
i mm 4iff at. aw.
Free Delivery to All Parts 'of City.
We srtve Herald taa eaateat vatea.
Xtrmt XeniBg CirculatioaU
yttglBl,iTkeattr. ,F4 .Gof courge,'
M aKnaAflaaaaaaHnaaak
For Yoir Breakfast
AUTH'S
BERKSHIRE
HILL
BRAND
SAUSAGE
MADE from the choicest
parts of the pig, in
cluding the hams.
NOT a new product, but
one that has pleased
palates of Washington
people for 35 years. One-,
pound packages.
N. Aith ProvisitH Co.
823 I Street S. W.
We Gin Votea la The Herald's FS.M Uootaat.
garden!
HJ Formerly Imperial m
H 433 .Mnth St. nT. IS to II p.m. H
To-day and To-morrow. H
Orlalnal and World-famed HI
H Kid McCoy la the H
GREAT JEWEL ROBBERY
Four Other First H
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CA ALHAMBRA
36 THEATER
5c
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Manager.
NOTHING STALE
Fresh Films Every Day
We arfve Herald gasaDO coateat votes.
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ROOF REPAIRING
Spoutlig. Guttering,
ROOF PAINTING
Should be done now to stop the
small leaks that grow large.
With
ELASTIKOTE
Roof Faint, a combination ot
Brazilian copal gifm, special pre
pared pure linseed oil. and a
suitable color.-containing no coal
tar or any br-product of coal tar.
Elastikttc Rut Paiit
In gallon cans for family use.
Flace 'your order for Roof
Fainting.
W. S. JEMS A SN,
Stem . Ittfst, 721 7 SI. ft,' W.
We Glre Totaa la ThrBcmld's SJS.OOI Cbnteat.
LARKIN 'rh Sewing
bMRIVin, Machine Man
Will repair your sewing machine
Sroperly. no matter what make,
end postal, or phone M-M1S.
Corner; 3d and H Streets N.W.
Wt 6ir Tstsi k Ta HanH's faa) Codssn
ZENITH THEATER
715 1th St. S.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 Hew Reels Each lay
We give Herald gSSrMO
contest votea.
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SENATE
MOVIRtPICTIIETIEATEl
122 Pennsylvania Ave.S.E.
. 4REELS
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 9.30 P. M.
5c- AMISSION -5c
W Cite Tote, la Tba Herakf e SB.0M CootaO.
Chelsea Theater
Geflest Theater iiTewi.
Hew Featire Filas.
5c
5c
WaCIreVotea In" The Bcnld'a 85.0N CoatoL
Evening Wraps
And Furs dry cleaned and restored
EQUAL TO NEW
Shirts aad Cellar Laundered Right.
Yale Laundry
LAUNOERERS
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 Nsw York Avs.
Wi gtva Herald g3SrC caatest vaaa.
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Buy a Diamond
with the money
you would waste
'v . . t . y ,
Why mot take a little of the money that
would otherwise be frittered away and put
it into something worth while?
For instance, this -
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We'll give you a ladies' 14-kt. Tiffany
mounting, making it a value that cannot
be duplicated at this price in Washington,
even by paying cash.
But you needn't pay us cash. Have it
charged and tell us what will be conven
ient for you. "
If you wislt the payments may be as
low as
50c each week.
We give Herald 3BrtMO coatest votes.
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Daily Mat., All Saata, 10c. Evening and Sundays, 10c and 20c
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
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SNOW NEVER ST0P4V-C0NTINH0IS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
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Special To-day
OCT. 22
This Quartered Oak
DINING CHAIR
HAND-POLISHED
FRENCH LEGS
CLAW FEET
W.th Cane .
Seat ... I.O
With Leather f0 OA
Seat ------- ssOS
Tour selection here can be charged If you wish. Easy weekly or
monthly payments.
130 PARLOR SET FRKR. We will give this set to The HeraM con
testant who Is awarded the J5.000 house and lot.
Lansbirgh furniture and Carpet Co.
51.! Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
LAXATIVE
QUININE
T
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Hay Fever.
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ABLETS " Cold In Head
Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents.
BRADLEY'S lh.
15th St Mw PMRsyhrai.s Avt, SE.
We Glre Volea In'lhe Beimld'a . Contest
Mm KMm Crew Metal Polish
The'thlck Oil Cream Polish that does not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
swell. ,
111 CHILIS 1308 Eye St. X. W.
We siva Hrrala CThOOO coatest votea.
Corcrele watrr barrcb mul for Ire pmtrvtim 3
a railroad In the Sooth therm bo km ot vatcr
cicnLXifjnsonllm.
AHOOMAKER
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Order by "phone.
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X ThsSitoomakcr Co.
1331 E Street X. W.
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1ULH MEJUVril.
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fctlend tbrm. I sire too taatwt anal'
rtnnaotnt lelirt from all teeth troubles.
I do nothing but tba hisbtat ctaaa
cit. aUolJtrlj ralBleu, at modtateTj
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