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D. J. KAUFMAN
Doing the Clothing Business of the Town!
Second Big Shipment of Those Honest $20.00
Suits Si Overcoats
Nobody has matched them or can match them look" around and see for, yourself. The sell
ing has been wonderful we're now getting in the second shipment of these Honest $20 suits and
overcoats to sell at $15.15. Norfolk suits among them and all the other nifty styles in suits and
overcoats hundreds qf them for your selection at $15.15. Get in to-day.
Suits and Overcoats at $25.00
They Compare to Others' $35 Grades.
Suits and Overcoats at $28.75
These Are Wonderful Values. They're Worth $40.
Suits and Overcoats at $35.00
Ask the Tailor. He'll Tell You They Can't Be Made for $50.
Busy as Bees Selling That Great Pur
chase of Fine Manufacturers' Sample
Hats, Made to Sell.
,. Grlr' Whit Pin
Cough' Syrup, :
differs from any other- offered ,lar
'.Washington. 'It la unquestionably
.the most successful treatment for
.bronchial eolds obtainable- See that
It bears the name of "Qrler." a,
ORIER & CRIER,
C sMITH W YWIK Mr.
sacr, ass la IUJj, ud enela sbaatiV
To prove our confidence in the great value of these suits and
overcoats and to make our argument absolutely convincing
There's a $5 Bill Here for Any Mao
who purchases one of' our suits and overcoats if he can duplicate'
the same in style, fabric, trimming, and workmanship at the
same price anywhere in the city.
as High as $3.00,
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. Kaufman
Our -Stock .of Teas
There Is no one" article that you want
with a better' flavor, more delicious, er
acreeable than the tea you serve. We
offer 'you the .best.. ,a .. .
TUdsway'e' S o'CIoek Tea .70
Capitol Household Tea...... :...:.trc
1132 14k ,!..' rlNW I i
Aa ate-Mid Mtas.bBt'tlttbIus,btravMteats
lecoawr faU ell
Tw Man's Store.
Home of fkc Stzf.
Home of ffte Overcoat.
' Pa. Ave.
We have just received
,rapply of, ;
Fancy Gilrin Grims
Tfae beauty'apple.. either eeoklnc
right. Quality guaranteed.
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nar.aM JJm tetfhZnta ler'tkvrar
wu roo4 X pr otat. aiciwnw to th
annual nott dt4to tb-BcUTy;f
the Interior Mtrtar fer W.'XWirttM,
umee is ebM: Tk rwrt bwtln
Mns aUMstlea be tke work deaa,
tlona acrtrat of tka'nrsaat or-tk
InttlruUon, which woold cost, aboot
IKOOJL f - ..
Incladlns St WrUu, than wore &W
patlanU treatad durto too fiscal, yoar
andlns Juna M. Tk anaber baa baaa
on th lneraata ortba.Iaat thlrtr-alsbt
yaara.' with hardlr a ascaptloiu and last
raar the Ineraasa waa 4B. Tbers war
diacbarstd from th botpltal t,W pa
tlcnu. of which .nnmbar UB0 bad raeov
nd. The daatb rata waa a trlfla orer
It, 2 per cent lew than Uat year. This
la explained la the report by the fact
that there Is a tendency amons patient
to arall tbemselvee of early bospUal
treatment Instead of seaklnr the besprtal
aa the last resort.
The most ursent need, says Dr. "War
Held, la a bulldlns; for pathological work.
The bnlldlns; would cost about SS.OS01 An
lncree.se In the force Is also necessary,
and this Item le placed at 08,089. A f
frlcerator plant at U.0W. an ash con
veyor at AoaVand a fence lnclostas tBe
rounds at flM0 bring- the total up to
The financial statement anowa an un
paid balance amounting to 77.iT,
which In all probabUUy, the report
states, will Increase from- year to year
unless the Commissioners of the District
see fit to Include In future estimates to
Congress a sum sufficient to eorer the
contract price for the care and treatment
of all patients whom they send to the
hospital. During the past year the bills
rendered for District patients totaled
CTSM. tJ.7M.ll more than the appro
priation recelred for that purpose.
The number of patients admitted from
the District last year. Including births,
was IB!, and from the United States
waa 1.708. For im the numbers were
1.(8 snd 1.M1.
BTJUDEES ELECT OFFICEM.
Aamaal Meettaa- of District Cemaell
Transact Xsrh Rastaeee.
At the fourth annual meeting of the
Building Association Council of the Dis
trict the following officers were elected:
James F. Bhes, president: Albert Echul
tels, rice president: Charles F. Benjamin,
secretary, and six members of the execu
tive committee: Julius A. Maedel. R.
Harrison Johnson, James Morris Wood
ward, C. Clinton James. Wharton E.
Lester, and Charles H. Kindle.
In addition to sundry matters discussed
and referred to the executive committee,
a special committee wss crested to study
the Georee report on real estate assets
ments. Sixteen local associations are
represented In the council, and they were
all reported to be In good condition and
to have had s good year In growth of
membership and business.
.New Styles la Mlreet Care Draw Piw
It used Laavfcs.
Big. wide-open summer cars, with in.
closed vestibules at either end -are being
operated by the Washington Railway and
Electric Company, and are tickling the
risibilities of patrons on the Georgetown
and Mount Pleasant lines.
Vestibules are provided to comply with
a law passed by Congress several years
ago, providing that no trolley car shall
be operated In Washington after Xovem
ber 1. that does not have a estlbule.
The law was passed for the protection
of the motor-men during the cold weath
er. It makes no provision that the
bodies of the cars must be Inclosed.
Neat estlbules are living up to the
letter of the law. and the patrons still
have the enjoyment of plenty of fresh air
during the warm weather.
SMALLPOX CASES FOUND.
The dlscoerv of two cases of small
pox In the District was announced yes
terday by the Health Department. The
patients, both of whom are colored,
have been removed to the smallpox hos
pital, and their homes placed In quaran
tine. They are Andrew Bowman, of 1M3
M Street Northwest, and Roger Mills, of
HIT Ninth Street Northwest.
These are the first smallpox cases to
appear In the District since May. Health
officials say there Is no danger of an
The Blblr aad ladastry.
The question of the Industrial and so
cial crisis now pending and so Interesting
and Important to everybody will be
lectured upon from the standpoint of the
Bible by Mr. A. C. Rockwell, of the In
ternational Bible Students Association.
Rttssrr Cbtrla Mhstr tor Mocat Ti
i tor Mocal
leatM 6crath Stnet Wnuf 1
t M s. m. and I.-u
p. m. dstlr. except bobosj.
Norfolk ud Wuhlnftoa Btnabtat Cosjpsar
toaarn baa loot of Srrroth 8trect for Old rout
Comfort sad Korfols dallr t Sat p. au
Can fton Flfterath Htnet aad Its lots Atsdo
mtrr assttsr lusr for aula estfuei Zee Pais sad
Ts Oieat F!I-Wblnton aad Old DosUaloa
KaUioad can itn few stinatt mat Thutr-elxU
and V 8trarta.
T. Momt Vernon Wuhlnttoo-Vlrstala BaOwar
ens esrj sonr on lb. hour frora IS a. aa. to s p. sv
atfaa, Tsslftk Street and PenBarhaala lam
If Wonsea Had the Ballet
Melnberg'a "Top Noch" Bread would be
voted best eery time. All grocers.
"The Fltkht ' Death" J-reel Thriller,
To-day. Virginia Theater.
Holy Name Parade.
Special Programmeof Music
Mr. Joseph Vhittemore
In "Vocal Selections. -
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every taste and for every sort of wear. '
3 Reliable Shoe Houses 233 Pi. Ave. S. E.
OBXTRAI. HfOH SCHOOIS CAlCDrDATB LKADSI
Eastern Is Second Tenhnloal Third to data in our "HIOH
SCHOOL FOOTBALL VOTINO CbfrrKST.'' r
Get In your votes for your favorite candidate.
Winner gets a Three-Oar srtp.to New Haven, Oona., to aee
the TALE-HARVARD POOTBAti. QAHE.
Stew Teteat far....,...,
Contest ends Nor, if.
Dally Mats., All Scats, 10c Bvanlnis analSsinetova, 10 antl f 0
The Homo of Quality Show
ALL NEXT WEEK
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SHW IEVEI CTIPS CMTIIIOIS, 1 TO 11. P. M.
STTEFF rtaJTO TJSB3 KXCXrSIVIXY.
Mk aIBXaf 7th & F Sts.
4 CtWPLETE SHOWS iAILV l HZ
ALL NEXT WEEK -
THE WONDERFUL MAN-MONKEY
Remarkable Featn la Athletic Paetlaaea Roller Skates, Crellna. Ae.
Eata, Smoke.; Plays Maslci la fact, Does Everythlasr bat Talk.
The Flying Weritz
Xevrl European Aerial Act.
NELSON. KEARNS & CO.,
la a New Oae-art Corned j- Farce, "Xeedhaaa Xeedn 'Em." The Coealeal
Tale of a Pair et Peats.
The Slas;las; aad Daaclas; GlrL
SPECIAL BIG SUNDAY CONCERTS
3 to 10:30 Continuous. Prlcas, 10c to 20c
23152317 18th St.
Phone Columbia SL
. Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Deliveries . Everywhere
We give Herald tX.000 coateet votes.
faa vests alsV S1J
The Slieomaksr Co. X
sasa. Street V. W. .
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waakk we sd at
Really remarkable values
made of excellent wearing; tan,
black, and patent leathers
Goodyear -Welt sewed soles
thirty-five of the very newest
Shanes for men of everv ac and
,w.,,,-tt . .Scsneei. .... ..
Tffla Coupon good to 'Mot, b.
V 10 and 20c
Kaaplai & Beraldo
Reaaed Muslral Dae.
Hippy Jikiiy Fields
The Mia from Xenherr.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 lew ImJs Each lay
We stive Herald SSMoo
JU D7UIZ to those ocircnatomed to them.
Onr locm. is bmlt on air TrnaUtion to r
Here the bmaitd of an anxietr ai to detail.
A Complato S1S0 to S200
Funoral tor f7S.
W. W. DEAL A CO..
" Waminttoni Leadinf UndRUim.
Ttlrtbono Lincoln SU.
tin H Straat HorMiaaat.
HO R NIK G.I
If A li
naieat vt. - zz
iFancy Yelto'w OriiotwTper
Teck, 17c; per KClv
Fancy Sweet -Potatoes, per
, (Fine Apples, eating or
OBoJfing, per peck.'fC
19cper bushel, .... wt
Pound Cans Star of tfca
jEast Cocoa, per )j
Pound Cans Zatek (
Cocoa, per lb efiyC
Maricaibo Coflfee, f
per lb eCOC
50c Tea any JQ
kind, per lb ssfjrC
Three loaves Star of
the East A
3d aJ Mtryliid An. N. E.
19 IN ALL
We arve -avtea ta Tke Herald
from the Opera
"Every LtUe Move- SMCial
U1CUS " a wa earn
slon.' Til Build a Nest
tor Toil." "Butterfly."
"I'm All Right." "Uncle
Says I Mustn't, So I
' Also the latest Popu
lar Hits. Including "On
a Good Old-time straw
Bide." "I Always Knew
the airl rd Lore Would
Be a Olrl Like You."
"Driving Home the)
Cows from Pasture."
Ttaa-gln' the Old Vir
ginia Rel." "Mocking
bird Rac" The Chimes
and the Tresaeadea.
lama. -Tni the Saada
Here is the best
place to trade for
Prices and Terms
to Suit All.
Mail Orders Solicited.
The Piano Merchant,
1330 G St.
West Herald S23,0OO eeatest vetea.
519 fevtitb Strut Nfrthwest
WM. AIRCY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We tve Herald SSSM eoateet -nttm.
MtVIRfi PICTIIE THEATEI
322 PMNwyhraiit Avt. S.E.
OF H ION-CLASS rMCTURKO.
OOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
O-BN AT :30 P. M.
W. Gtie Tetss ta The BsraWa JB.OS CnaUtt.
5c GirdM Theater 5c
WW 433 Sth Street Jf. W. w
' X P. X. Caatlaaoaa te 11 I. M.
Laid of Darkless
Three-reel Fratare, aad Other
First-Ume Shema rlrtnreit.
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