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The Famous -D. J. K."
and Soft Hats,
There are more of these hats
old than of any other one line
of hats in Washington it's be
cause nobody else. can match the
quality or the styles at so low a
price as $1.90. "
Money's Worth or Money Back.
D. J. KAUFMAN, .
10051007 Penna. Ave.
Yon Can Get It
Something new and
something that you will
surely want for your
home or office.
The Magic Fly-Killer
Plant is a beautiful little
artificial plant in a cel
luloid pot, and is sure
death to any fly that
lights on it
It is a far better fly
exterminator than the
nasty, sticky fly paper
or the poisonous solu
tions you put in a sau
cer, and is an ornament
instead of an eyesore.
Do your share in get
ting rid of the disease
R. P. Andrews
1331 F Street
625-629 La. Ave.
And Furs dry cleaned and restored
EQUAL TO NEW
Sfelrta aad Collara Laaadered Right.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 New York Ave.
We aire Herald S35NM contest votes.
In Good Taste and Approprit&e
la the drioc cf artfcka of Jnrebr. Gold. Bllnt tad
Plated Vuc Cboioa Cut Glaa tatcxa, .. for ad-
dinx or Urtbdv mall From our lun and aHcct
amy of artiitie and prettily dedssed artidoL ear
artida UI pleua tin redFtest.
CtLE ft SWAM MMwtasts. w.
mill. 8413 M st. ir. w.
W arlv. HraU fga.aoo eoateat vwtaa.
No Storage Charges for
fleaaoaable rates oa ateraac kaajtaaj,
aad aaektac- amtlmnten famished. Kb.
aerf i ilea.
UNION STORAGE CO..
fPaaam at. 4a7a. laix Pa. It.
we una votas m M iieraars
TIIS WEEK'S SPECUU.
Sanerlor aualltr of California Fort
Wine an excellent artl- 35e Ofc.
I Formerly Imperial BBj
H 433 Xlnta St. aw. 13 to 11 njn. H
BSJ To-day. BSJ
Original and World-famed
Kid McCoy la the
B GREAT JEWEL ROBBERY
B Four Other Flrat IB
c. Ran Pletnre. a ad Ct BBl
C Tfc,, Gardea Orchestra. '"
' Or S qoarta for 11.00.
IEI IMEMFEU'S, 211 4 St S.W.
We Clre Total Is lie Hcalda SaWsrCootaet.
K. Rosenblatt. Prop.
Groceries, Meats. Previsions.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered. . .
Phone N. 23M.
We Ohs Tetas at Tba BertlTa StUs UaaaaC
FOR OLD AND YOUNG
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8. Kami, Sou ft Co. Celebrating
Opeaiaf ,-f BuiaM Slae-
feei Tears Ago.
This week; la anniversary week at the
store of S. Kann, Son tc Co. It marks
the nineteenth year since the establish
ment of the firm, and In honor of the
occasion the bis; store Is decked In Its
gaudiest and receiving thousands of vis
itors daily. Special decorations and dis
plays Inside and out hare been devised
for the celebration, and the army of
salespeople 'has been working its hardest
since Monday morning; to display to the
multitudinous callers the Immense stock.
Nineteen years ago 8. Kann. Sons ft
Co. began business in "Washington Jn
one small room at 711 Market Space.
Now' the Institution Is a veritable city,
peopled dally by 1,000 employes, where
everything from a meal to a diamond
tiara may be purchased. Even politics
take their place with the rest of the
wares handled at Kann's. They seem to
have solved the solution of the present
paramount political problem the Identity
of the next President of the United
States about aa satisfactorily as most
of the political "dopesters." In the win
dow to the east of the main entrance the
three entrants In the political race are
seen making for the White House Wil
son on the donkey, Taft on the elephant,
and Roosevelt on the Bull Moote. The
spectator stands breathless to see which
one is going to reach the eminence first,
but at 'the crucial moment each slips
back and stsrts the Journey afresh.
In another of the windows Is a "floral
display that has caused comment by its
beauty. Rosea and chrysanthemums are
plied together in profusion. This has
the distinction of being a window dis
play in which there is no merchandise,
a thing unusual with department store
Inside, the same Ingenuity has been
used to beautify the big store and make
it attractive to the public Especially
fine goods are tsstefully displayed. Spe
cial concessions In price have been mule
and many striking Innovations have
been devised. Even the waitresses In
the restaurant, are garbed for the occa
sion In special uniform. ,
The host of salespeople has been given
no small amount of attention by the
firm, and their wants are recognized and
cared for. There is a mutual benefit
association that pays sick and death
ben'flts. There are rest rooms for the
employes; a dispensary under the charge
of a matron trained to meet eery emer
gency of sickness that may arise, and
there is a sanitary lunchroom.
Since the opening day of the anniver
sary week of the proprietors. Messrs.
I.ouit, Sigmund. and Simon Kann. sons
of the founder of the store, and George
S. De Neals, the manager, have been
receiving scores of congratulatory letters
on the success of the occasion, and the
store has been thronged dally with a
crowd almost beyond the powers of the
salespeople to attend to.
Second Western High School Com
pany to Be Known as
On the approval of the military com
mittee of the Board of Education, As
sistant Superintendent Ernest L. Thurs
ton, yesterday announced the company
officers "Of the regiment of High School
Cadets. They are:
Business High School Captains, C M.
Moetzel and E. H. Johnson; first lieu
tenants. J. P. Vanovermeer and C. Gull
ford; second lieutenants, J. Campbell
and F. D. Connor.
Central High School Captains, David
Blakelock, Edgar Hoover and Lawrence
Jones: first lieutenants. Conway Kitchen,
Humphrey Sydenham and Esper Urner;
second lieutenants, Francis Grey, Ken
neth Littauer and William Nee.
Eastern High School Captain, Wallace
Bruce Baker; first lieutenant. Albert Ed
ward MarUnd, and second lieutenant.
Jesse Thomas Mann.
McKlnley Manual Training School-
Captains, E. Lewis. W. O. Nettleton and
E. T. Nash: first lieutenants, G. A. Ad
ier. K. W. Miller and J. S. Petre; ee.
ond lieutenants, H. E. Gallcher. F. W.
Dodson and L. F. Dietrich.
Western High School Captains. Claude
Roberts and Leslie Burllngame; first
lieutenants. Herbert Schneider and Jo
seph Schaaff; second lieutenants. Ar
thur Probey and Heyward Slddons.
Palmer -rH I ltkesn shrdlu shrdluu III
The battalion officers of the First and
Third Battalions are Theodore Cox and
R. Schmidt, respectively. They rank as
lieutenant adjutant. There Is a similar
position still to be filled in the Second
As McKlnley Manual Training School
has but three companies this year In
stead of four, there will be but eleven
companies in the regiment. This will
necessitate a re-lettering of the second
Western School company which will be
come Company L Instead of M as last
year. The high school companies have
been ready for drill for some time but
nothing could be done until the appoint
ment or the officers..
PLAN DEMOCRATIC BALLY.
Wilson and Marshall Day to
Celebrated Jfovember 2.
Henry E. Davis was one of the speak
ers at the Democratic rally last night
at the headquarters of the party in the
Rlggs Building. The others on the pro
gramme for speeches were former v Con
gressman Brookshlre of Indiana, and
Charles W. Darr. The tariff was' the
principal subject of discussion. There
was an audience of about 150, among
which there were 'a number of women.
Several of the details of the Demo
cratic rally to be held at Convention
Hall November.!, "Wilson and Marshall
Day,"" were arranged yesterday at a con
ference of the leaders "of the Democratic
party in the District and representatives
from the Democratic clubs of Montgom
ery, Prince.. George, Frederick and
It was decided that each of the county
clubs should have reserved sections In
the ball and that each place should be
designated by a special standard. .There
will also be reserved sections and dls
tinctlve standards for all of the clubs
from the colleges, both male and female.
I: is also planned to have forty-eight
girls, each representative of one of the
forty-eight States, to act as ushers.
A newer Baew Kvrry Day
at Shaffer's. 1Kb and I.
Col. William R.
Buck? Dead, v
At the age of sixty-four. CoL William
R. Buck, at one Ume prominent In the
service In the Philippines, died at Walter
Reed H"ospltal Monday. CoL Back was
born In Alabama In 'UK and was last
stationed at Fort Ethan" Allen. Burling
ton. Vt .Funeral services will be held
In Arlington Rational Cemetery.
Arttstnt, Fleeal BeeeTatfeaa ,.
for weddisj.JrecerUons. dec Tfatlssstei
ana suagssuu given, uuue, ia av.-
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II aBm s w hmn41e th eottr output of 8
IJrS TkSmV tw bl feet01 niaking the 8
aw. ' Eessk shoes sell at a closer' margin of S
HksamVai'jBLfca- P"t. than other stores aad la I
8 Vaamar m7Mat'l every way have aa advantage over 8
9 " aW n othr storea, which the CON- 8
SjVsasjlLJ SUMUR who deals wlth.ua PROF- 8
NaMEF. ITS BT. I
"BIOK RATSJrr strlas sre sssaey-es seed knsisg as say ssess sesTU pay 8
HM tK elsswhsre. -. 8
1 "BlUClt aVaTBM asalltiw an RaMAaKABU far tae arke. Made et 8
apleadld grade tea. Mask sad satrat Uataers. B
In short, these are $3.50 values sold D EJ fl i
by us at :.... :$fSo(U) i
WASHINGTON BELLE" I
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BEvV. ir-f ''" A
Swell Tilts la sew sassee-wtm lew er alsk keels.
ODN KaTJI. CALF Baets-vtth wkisesrd, ektth or calf taps.
sUtUaBUs FABSWT COl Srass Bosts-ta settaa er land SNdtls.
Sbspaly. aoatrertaUs V1CI KID Basts.
No Prudent Feminine Shopper can af- t$A7)
ford to ignore these Peerless Values at only w a0
I RELIABLE SHOC
FOOT BALL VOTING CONTEST.
Free trip- to Tale-Harvard Game to moat popular
High School boy ft girl.
B Tote far School....
Tola oeupon void after October 28.
Carload just arrived ! Ladies'
Desks, of exclusive designing, at
prices to please everybody.
The illustration shows a fine
quartered oak hand-
finished Desk. Spe-i
We will give this superb set to
contestant who receives the grand
15.000 house and lot.
Lansborgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
ABE MABTIN SAYS:
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One advantage o' a touring car
is that v you can fill "it up with
friends an' git .away from th'
A bully alius calls th wrong fel
ler a liar betore he dies.
tStomer Charks Mralntcr tor llocat Versos
ham Strath Street Wharf tt Is a. m. aad 131
p m. daily, except Bandar.
'Norftlk aad Waihiaitoo, Stunboat Campur
teasktrs fnaa foot at SertotB Street lor Old Pans
Contort and Norfolk dan st M p. u.
Can from fifteenth tttreat and Mew Xork Arama
etoy. oaarter bom tor snta sutraaea Zoo Put sad
Cherr Chaie. v. v
To Orest Fans-Vathtattoa aad Old DostiaisB
BaOnsd can enry fee adnotM tnas ThlrtrtiU
and It Stmts, i
.Xe Koaat VerooB-WaaUaftoD-rirflBla Ballsaf
ray aoarea tae Boot mas a. a. to J p.av
xmaiasntn. asa rassrinma Anasa.
Irera Cesahat Ufea, Sweetest and
Most tragic' episode;,!. great reels. Vlr
Shua, Hh St.. F and G nw. To-day.
ngLOHaHL for sssrworkua
' TfcJa I eowllsr a ssost sever tmtv
" Men's $2.50 Shoes
Are the GREATEST VAL-
UES to be found anywhere
at $2.50. ' f
flnoea which possess all the style, qual
lty. good workmanship, comfort and sat
isfaction of ANT S3 SHOBS. aad
ts.60 BHOBB bongbt elsewhere!
Z33 Pa. Ave. S.E.'
OPPOSITE CARNEGIE HALL
56th St & 7th Ave.
NEW YORK CITY.
Located within two blocks of beautiful
Central Park and in the city's most re
fined residential district, this exclusive
family and transient hotel offers more in
real living and comfort than many
hotels whose accommodations are much
more expensive. The hotel is within a
few blocks of the theaters and shops
and is only 8 minutes' ride from the
Grand Central and Pennsylvania R. R.
staUons. There is no more ideal stop
ping place for ladles traveling alone.
ROOM WITH USE OF BATH.
$ 1 per day and up.
ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH,
11.50 per day and up.
APARTMENTS OF PARLOR,
Bedroom, and Private Bath.
13 per day and up.
GEO W. Q'HARK. Mst.
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St, Just Off Broadway.
Convenient to Everything.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
All Rooms Handsomely Furnished.
75 Rooms, ,$1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per' day.
50 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$2.00 per day. '
SUITS 35c a,.
POXGBD dt PltOMRD. up.
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SI0W REVEI STOPS-CMTIIIOIS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
TIEFF PIAJtO TJSKD KXCLTJSIVjet.V.
The Essence of Contentment.
An After Dinner Smoke.
DEER HEAD, 10c
Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
Good For 5 Votes.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
Votes Also Given on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
519 Smith Strut Htrthwest
WM. AIREY. Manager.
iFresh Films Every Day
We alTe Herald gasmen eoateat TQtea.
715 Sth SLS.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 New Reels Each lay
We lTe Herald S33M
M0IN-PICTIRE THE ATER
322 PeMsylvania Ave. S. E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
dm Totm la Tba Herald's SB.0M Cbelaat
CMlcst Theater 'iiTem..
New Featire Films.
Wa Olra Voln In The Hfrali'a g.MS Ccatwt.
PENN. RYE ::
Ten years eld. $LXV
Order by 'phone. i
also TESKKSSKK. 1.00 BetUsT v
; The ShoomaKer Co.
k 1331 E Street Jt. TT. . .
K Batakllsaed 1S3S, 'Pfceae If. lisass.
$fCIL WXEI CNOCflUiTB,
' 2Sc and 40a P"r box.
ICE CREAM -
' 11.0b- galloiu.-I5c quart, 15c pint.'' .
i hst, uaa.a n,aai
C 4)4 St. awW
Free DehVerr to AU if arts JtH CKr.
sitsi msnnjaLnnsBn jemfang .m
Bm mPVmWmal mPMl ma" nnmnTml BmaTHnfamm
Illustrators ml Otsipers
WitiiBffM Pt Mdj. I. S73.
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
WaClta Totta la Tea BmM's SS.a I
EstabUsned ltTt. TeU Worth lltL
1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Made for Lota aad
Washington. D. C Philadelphia. Fa.
Cemetery Lots Bought. Bold, and
Cbxchanged. Cremation Arranged.
lest Service Suraife.
.ail kinds-of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished At moderate
TOUB TEETH ARE THE BASIS Or
- ,TOUR BEALTir.
tAad It para to kt an expat destnt
attend them. 1 cira too inataat aad
I permanent rtHrt Irom an terta tnahm.
I da nothlni tut ttw.Uebmt cum
work, abiohitri taislcaa, at audenta
prkxa, Gaa or local aarathatie.
Oowna, O to C. fUllins, M oats sa
Phtaa. C as.
Dr. J. Kelson mera 2T Pa. Ave. IT. W.
LAXATIVE ' m Grippe.
?a.lets 4 ssa?
TABLETS " cold In Head
Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents.
5ta St.-M PMMyhrMia kn. $. E.
Ws Glra Totca In Tba Berald'a SE.US Cootaat.
Km Hm Cream Metal Pafiaa
The thick Oil Cream Pol.sh that does not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
Wo gt Herald tTT.a contest Totes.
J!. - - f ,-llaelilne'Man
Will reptlr your sewing .machine
properly, no matter - what make,
end postal, or phone al-IZlS.
CoriUr 3d and H Strett N.W.
We'Snwi Tstai il Tae ataaata tMI C, slin.
JS-' : i e
ii 1 nl
High grade- Oleo- eVdj
margarine, per lb.... 4. AC
5 sacks-fine -Table lA
Salt for. lUC
Fancy Head Rice, C
per lb.....' .OC
50c Tea, any ldnd,t
per lb yc
Fancy Sweet Po- '
tatoes, per peck 1C
Per bushel. ., 65o
Fancy Maricaibo IT
Coffee, per lb.- LOQ
' Fancy White Po-
tatoes, per peck....'1C
Per bushel 66o
Fine Apples, eating or
cooking, per t,-
Per bushel 66o.
6 cans Salmon IT
Peaches, per lb lUC
' Evaporated Apri- O-
cots, per lb AsmV
12c pkgs. Seeded Q
Raisins, per pkg...,..OC
1714 14th SL N.W.
Otbtr Stent 1 9 ! all.
"The Store of
We guarantee erery bed we seU.
whatever the price. In construc
tion, materials, and finish. Linger
Beds have no equals.
You'll find them In the best ap
pointed homes in the city where
purchasers will have none but the
best. Our reputation for quality Is
your guarantee of satisfaction.
Mil 1 I
Looks and wears like a 110.00 Bed.
H. A. Linger, Jr.
933 G Street N. W.
811 Seventh Street N.W.
We aire Herald tSSOO Contest Vatea
ef $1.25, $1.50 aad $2.W Razors
The razors are of the very finest
grsdes. We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
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Phone W. IT.
We give votes In Herald's C3.0CO
"Set Etg and S Bettu"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1C03 t." STREET
We ative Herald tSSOO eenteat Tntea.
If yarn want to sell year aatlanes, os
It yea are eollecttaa; aatlqnes, this la
1217 Eye St. M. S22S-SL
We nive Herald gTOOa enateat votes.
OO GROCERS' OO
Swe the labels. Good for S vote la
1411 I STIEET I. E.
WAIBCIGTO, D. C
P. O. Station S3. Tel. L. 113S.
School Supplies, Magazines, Periodicals.
. 1401 H STREET W. E.
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