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HHB WASHDCGTON HERALD. SBTOAY;, NOVEMBER 3. 1912.
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THE MAN'S STORE. Official Weather Report-Fair.
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SUITS & OVERCOATS at 115.15
That Yon Can't Match for $20.
SUITS & OVERCOATS at 120.00
Try to Find Their Equal Elsewhere at $25.
SUITS & OVERCOATS at 125.00
They Compare to Others' $35 Grades.
SUITS & OVERCOATS at 128.75
These Are Wonderful Values. -They're Worth $40.
SUITS & OVERCOATS at $35.00
Ask the Tailor. He'll Tell You They Can't Be Made for $50.
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
Should be done now to .top the
email leaks that grow large.
Roof Paint, a combination ot
Brazilian copal gum. special pre
pared pure linseed oil. and a
guKable colcr. containing no coal
tar or any by-product of coal tar.
Elastikote Roof Paint
In gallon cans for family use.
Place your order for Roof
.6 W. S. JERKS & S01,
Sloves & Ranges, 721 7th Jl. R. W.
We Gin Vote In The Hctsla's CS.OCO Poctm.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia SI
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Te srtve Herald 933,000 con teat vote.
'SecEtz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
H0S "G" STREET
W k1ts Herald SS3400 contest T.te
Crier's White Pine
differs from any other offered In
Washington. It is unquestionably
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
It bears the nsme of "Grler."
GRIER & GRIER,
NINTH & NEW YORK AVE.
We atre Herald
f $1.25, $1.50 Mi $2.M tarns
For $1.00 '
The razors are of the very finest
grades. We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
We gtre 'votes In Herald's &e,m
v ,-tsS-" J.-.J.r. 'yy', yiSiAi
This Is a
and growing bigger every
day, because it deserves
your patronage deserves
it by sheer force of merit
giving better clothing for
less money than any other
store in Washington. It's
to your interest to buy
here you know it jpou
save big money on every
Infraction of Police Regulations
Will Result in Lou of
Following the decision of Corporation
Counsel E. H. Thomas to the effect that
the District Commissioners could not
legally revoke the license of the Lyceum
Theater until after due notice, the Board
of Commissioners yesterday Issued to
A. C. Mayer, manager of the Lyceum, a
rormal notice that any future Infrac
tion of the police regulations against
Indecent exhibitions would be followed
by immediate revocation of the theater's
The notice, which is sinned bv "the
Board of Commissioners of the District
of Columbia," reads in part as follows:
"Whereas, it appears that on Tuesday.
October 22, 1912, there was given upon
the stage of your theater an exhibition
Including certain indecent features, with
the result that one of the actors has
been fined In the Police Court.
"Now, therefore, notice Is given you
that such conduct upon your stage must
cease forthwith. The Commissioners
will regard as sufficient grounds for the
revocation of your license any indecent
features hereafter produced upon your
The action of the Commissioners Is the
result of a vigorous campaign of the
Washington Truth Society and the
Toung Men's Christian Association
against stage Indecency. The two or
ganizations had the support ot practl
cally every religious body in Washing
ton. Catholics and Protestants having
united In the recent protest.
The additional complaint of Invest!
gators representing the Truth Society
and the T. M. C. A. that liquor was sold
in the body of the theater, and that a bad
example was thereby presented to the
outh of Washington, was vigorously
acted upon yesterday by the Commis
sioners. An order was Issued positively
prohibiting the sale of liquor In the body
of any theater In the city.
Chrysaathemnsia of Regal Beauty
Special display at Shaffer's, 14th & Eye.
Fewer Ltqvor Licenses.
Five hundred and four applications
were made for renewal of retail liquor
licenses filed with the excise board. This
means there will be a reduction in tho
number of retail liquor establishments In
the District for the coming year. AddIi
cations for renewal of licenses from 123
wholesale establishments were received,
which is a reduction of two.
Transfer of the license formerly held
by Eugene Kernan. as manager of the
Lyceum Theater, to Martin T. Maloney.
manager for the Empire Circuit Com
pany, has been ordered by the excise
board, according to an announcement
The Finest Asaeeteaa BeaatlM.
Large, perfectly developed specimens of
these lamous roses at uuaes, ni t.
Snes for Divorce.
A suit for absolute divorce has been
filed against Esther King Schumacher by
her husband. Theodore F. Schumacher.
A co-respondent Is named, and Schu
macher asks the custody ot their only
stumer Chtrlei Miolsla for JCoost Tai
Inns Barantfc Btnst Wbuf at s. vu and 11
p. a. omnr. j Banaaj.
KortoO: and WuhJnstao Stesabstt OopssTt
Unas baa foot cf Seventh Stmt tor Old Mat
Cmfort sad Norfolk dsllr at'isf n, s.
Cm from nftassta Mtnst sad Ms let Atom
nor amrttr Horn ior sum fstnsat zo m us
lb Omt nn-wsshtatan sad CM Dtjsbdes
Banned cos erarr few sslostai traa Ttililj SHT
and V Sttaeta
lb Mount Tiruss Wntlsstoo-Thxliilt Baflnr
can even hoot en th. hoar tram Ma. ay to s p. st
Mauoa, Tstlfta Btzest aad FsaBsrIfaata Avessa.
Fttaaaa aad Greene Steaenraslrr.
Coaching for civil service exam: Nor.
37. The uruiery. xiuv rt. x. Ave.
Xo-day. Tlrxnl Thenar.
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At Time ?! TneUaSa
Tuerml Tap Ii feuiei
Twn'smndred and fifty BoyBeouU ot
th District of Columbia stood with Heads
uncovered while "taps" was sounded at
th. Urn. ot the funeral of Via. Presi
dent Sherman. The .occasion was the
regular monthly meeting aad drill ot the
Scouts,, which takes place on the tost
Saturday of every month. .At 3 o'clock,
which was the time 'for -the funeral "to
take place, the, troops were assembled
before the court of honor and taps was
sounded by Chief, Trumpeter George
Blttrlen.'of the Fifteenth United States
Cavalry, all -the Scouts standing uncover
ed daring the ceremony.
After the exercises in memory of the
Vice President the regular programme
for the day was proceeded with. Each
troop was reviewed by the court of
honor and the men who were to be ex
amined were Instructed to report to the
examiners. The examinations for merit
badges in public health and personal
health were conducted by Dr. X J. Hur
ray, of the Health Department of the
District of Columbia. The following
Scouts were examined: , Public health.
Arnall Carpenter, Chester Ouy, Clarence
T-h.m, Harold Keys, "Waldo Jones.
Fred Reed: personal health (same
Scouts). . . . ..
Th. tests for merit badges ror urn am
to injured were conducted by Dr.
Leonard, of the American Red croea
Society. In addition to certain other re
quirements, applicants for this badge
must pass the regular examination given
by the Red Cross Society for first aid
certificates. Tne xouowraa" dcouis wu
th. examination: Arnall Carpenter,
Chester Guy, Clarence Latham, Harold
Keys. Waldo Jones, ana irea neea.
Examinations were given by Assistant
Scout Commissioner Frank C Wood and
First IJeut. J. 8. Taylor, or the Signal
Corn, far admission to the rank ot eo-
ond-claaa scout to the following Scouts:
Tender Bvmf. Edward Mclntyre, fcd-
mrmrA Wlnn.t. Lealle Downing. Orval
Walsh. Harry Campbell. De Vtre Wee
don, and Radford Brown.
Instruction in bugling was given by
Chief Trumpeter George Bi'trich, of the
Fifteenth United States Cavalry, and an
attempt to organise a drum and bugle'
raraa la to be made in the near future.
A Jaeic ror instruction in raoi-ijins
which had been constructed ior uie oj-
Scouts by Capt. Donnelly, of the Seamen
Gunners, was erected on the field end
instruction in knot-tying was given by
Chl Gunner's Mate A. J. Hardy, of h
Seamen Gunners. The "Jack" la eighty
feet long, and has ropes attached for
Illustrating the tying of all knots used
in the United States Navy and for rope
The examining Doara ior tne court oi
honor for the day consisted of Scout
Commissioner .Edgar S. Martin. Assistant
Soout Commissioner Frank c. vooa. ur.
J. J. Murray. District Health uepart
mimt: Dr. Leonard. American Red Cross:
Lieut. J. O. Taylor. United states signal
noma, an Chief Trumpeter ueorge uit
krich. Fifteenth United States Cavalry.
BAUD C0HCERT TO-DAY.
Br FirttjBth O. B. OUalrr so'. 11
m.. si rtort SCrer.
Mueh "Cndw Firs" Hettn
Inspection ''Bdmbeit, 6ennsd0".ScbabRt
Troon the line "Chtadltn" Hill
Bertow-"The BIS Reslmnt" Soon
Ortrtam "Mlfnon" - .Thomss
Xonnrne "Monaster BJ1" WDr
Botactlon from "1110 014 Tton"....Lander
Mtieh "(talote to WMntoa"....Suiford
Tb 6tir Bpsnsled Bstiner."
Workers ml Xavy Tard to Afllllate
with A'atloaal Associatlosu
At a meeting held at the Ebbltt House
Friday evening the Washington Navy
Tard Association of Draftsmen was
formed. The organization expects to
affiliate with the National Association of
Marine Draftsmen, when the latter is
formed in Philadelphia, on December 2.
The activities of the association will be
along the lines of similar technical so
cieties. The memneranip is aiviaea into
three grades: Member, associate and ju
nlor. These grades are determined by
the applicant a training and experience.
The officers elected were as ionows: u.
A. Chadwlck president: J. A. Crocket.
vice president; H. E. Nausbaum, treas
urer: F. P. Peel, secretary: 8. C. Cross.
A. H. Chase. W. E. Rose, board t.t gov
Mr. Chadwlck and Mr. Cross were
elected as delegates 'to the Philadelphia
convention, with Mr. Crockett as alter
Seek Rallag on Will.
Mrs. Mary E. Burke, widow of Frank
P. Burke, her son. Francis E. Burke, and
several other beneficiaries are made de
fendants in proceedings to construe the
will of Mr. Burke Instituted by James
M. Green and Patrick J. Walshe, trus
tees. The trustees allege they are In
doubt as to the meaning of the will, in
asmuch as In one clause Mr. Burke,
having left a life estate to the widow,
provides that all the real estate shall
go to the son in lee simple witn tne con
dltlon that he may not spend the prin
cipal until he Is forty years of age.
Later in the will it was provided that
If Francis E. Burke dies childless the
property shall be divided between the
Parish Church of Klicoman, Ireland, the
Little Bisters of the Poor. St. Anne's
Infant Asylum and St. Joseph's Orphan
ABE MARTIN SATS:
You'd naturally think a neieh
fiw TOith a totirin' car woiilrl anlr
you t' ride occasionally jist t' make
it run easier.'
ThV olevfashioned trirl that
'Could sew is a thing o' th' past
V - -
1 0c Bg Concert-1 Oo
RETURN OF THE GARDEN FAVORITE!
Popular Russian Rrlnca and Prlncasa.
N ota d BERT WALTON Comadlan
Late Loading Man of
-GARDEN AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA-
dMPLETE ELECTION RETIRNtTVI
TUESDAY. 8 P.
In Meantime a Flotilla of Dredges
Is at Work on Beds in
While the chemists and bacteriologists
of the Department of Agriculture are
testing Potomac Mver oysters for traces
of pollution and poisonous microbes and
passing upon samples of river water
taken from where the oysters grow.
dredges ore covering the river, Chesa
peake Bay, and its tributaries, and tne
ovster harvest la in full swing. It is
stated at the Bureau of Chemistry that
the analysis will be completed on Mon
day, when a report will be prepared for
the Secretary of Agriculture.
Fully C00 dredges. It is estimated, are
in operation now at the oyster beds, and
by the middle of the week TOO or S00
boats will be at work. It Is said that
osters taken from those parts of the
rier designated as polluted by the De
partment of Agriculture will not be
Tho report of the Agriculture Depart
ment is awaited with great interest by
the oystermen of Maryland and Virginia
Results of the former investigations of
the government experts led to the ver
dict that the water and oysters of the
Potomac were polluted to such an ex
tent as to make the use of these
oysters as food dangerous. Presence of
typhoid germs were found.
T. W. C. A. TO MOVE.
Association Shortly to Take Morn
Planning the longest forward stfD In
thA flven vears nf Its existence, the
Young Women's Christian Association
early this month will remove from tho
nti.,,. whlph it tia. oerunlpd ever
since Its formation. In the J. Maury Dov
liuildlng. Tweirtn ana i- oxreeis ,-onn-west,
to a new and more commodious
home In the building at KS F Street
Northwest. A lease has been signed by
which the association agrees to hold the
F Street building for a perlftd of two
j ears, and as soon as the necessary al
terations are eompieiea ine piuiti
moving of the association's home will
In the new building the T. w. u. a.
will have more than double tho space
which is available In Its present home.
The lease contemplated that the asso
ciation shall use one-half of the scond
floor and all of the third floor at 936
Wnshloston Lodge to Hold Dinner
Th. memiun-ii of Washington Lodge ot
Elks have arranged for a beefsteak dln-
... n...J. VAi.mh.i ?C At a recent
tier lunu.fi ... ....
meeting of the lodge Henry Hull was
directed to organize a committee to pre
pare for the affair. The preliminaries or
..M.itinn wAfA lmit Frldiiv evenlmr.
and the following constitute the execu
tive committee for tne amner: jienrj
Hull, chairman; Leon Strauss, secretary;
ttw TTnvrtt trpiuturer: Gus Brahler.
beefsteak committee chairman: Ous Brill,
refreshments; James l. waro. priming;
rr i V. Palro. novelties: Charles
Myers, musical programme.
The dinner win oe serveu in wc uu
banquet hall, and shortly after Jl o'clock
- .... nmtrrammn will he Inaugurated.
The dinner souvenirs will be of a unique
character. Tne kixs nae arranseu
a special wire into tne ciuonuuso Tues
day evening for the election returns.
Church to Build Addition.
Members of the Fifth Baptist Church,
of which the Rev. John E. Brlggs is
. .. Mnlamnlstlnff th nnnstrllf?-
p&siur, nic ......,- ....o -..- .
Hon of a 315.000 addition to the church
within the next ear. A meeting, at
which preliminary plans prepared by W.
J. Palmer will be examined, will be held
in a few das. The growth of the Sun
day school as well as of the congrega
., ,..-! Koa maifA ttiA nriint build-
Ing Inadequate In some respects for the
needs of tne cnuren.
largest Morning Circulation.
I Increases Men's Vitality. I
I Price, 1. At all druggists'. Always I
I ea nana at 0DOXNELI9 DRUG I
I STORE. 004 F Street Northwest. I
I Mall Orders SgHflted;
HORNING, 9th and D
HMMimn i f
Tea years, eld. njs
Order by 'phone.
Alee TKJHTESSKr, tLN Battle.
Th Shoomskor Co.
mmm SliMt ST. UT.
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Mutt and Joff Fama.
M. TO MIDNIGHT.
CA ALHAMBRA CA
3C THEATER 30
51 S Seveith Street Rirthwttt
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Film Every Day
We lTe Herald VBJOOO ceejtest vetea.
MOVING PICTIIE TIEATEI
III Pennsylvania An. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5o MMISSIOI 5c
Ws Oln Totsa is Ths Hoala's BSJul CbstssL
715 tth SLS.E.
WTiere comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 Hew leels Each lay
We sire Herald 33M
Ccolest Theater inTiwiL
Hew Featire Films.
W. Glr VoUa la Tb Bamld's
LAXATIVE m '- Grippe,
QUININE L iJa'F,err
Tsri sr-re V Neuralgia,
TABLETS cold in Head
Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents
15th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. S. L
W Cits Tolls to Tin Hnrnlq's tB.m OontssL
PHONE MAIN 6463
Hih-eltss Groceries, Meats, Previsiefls
WAIIL. A CO. 9 ltB gx. jr. w
alTe Herald gU00 costwl Tot.
N. Rocenblatt. Prop.
Groceries, Meats. Provisions,
Homo Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered.
Phone N. 2391.
w One Votw la Tb HbiM itan Onetsst.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
If lh efftax ot artldn of Inrtliy, Cold, 8Unr sad
Rilri Wire. Choice Cot Clm rlrcrs. Ac., for nd.
4in or UrthiiT promts. From our Uns sod select
nsr ot ertiftlc and mttll; detifoed erticks, aa)
ertld. Will tlJU 4S MnrtMif
COLE ft SWAM IBlSlttb SCX. W.
". . " 3413 M St. N. W.
we bits uerald STO.OOO eeatest rates.
SO wafers Golden Rule Stomach
Wafers for acidity, flatulency.
Collins' Pbitiaci, SEft'Xtt.al N.w.
We aire Ilerald S23.000 contest retca.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
TVoere the best of Focdstnfft raa
bt bad it the lowest rxmUlas
prices. Ursts. Rss. sod rrottskKj
409 Third St- N. W.
We Cite Votes la Tho Uershl'e COOS Contest.
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit ot Clothes. 2-button, single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
chQloe of all-wool goods.
437 Savanth St. S. W.
We give Herald C33400 contest votes.
SPECIAL MIXEB CHOCOLATES,
25c and 40c per box.
$1.00 gallon. 25c quart. 15c pint.
24 Itfc St. aw, I30S II - a.
4 at. sw.
Free Delivery to All Parts of City.
We alva Herald tWSJttt contest votes.
OaJryMa,JUISJsMta,r; atewitaga atteJSaiittoya, 10 antl tts
' ThHoffi4 of Quality Shows)
ALL THIS WEEK
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SI0W IEVEI STOPS-MITIINIS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
TTEFr PIAJfO VIED BXCI.TJSITm.-r.
4 CIMPLETE SHOWS IAILY XI til
ALL THIS WEEK
the Wonderful man-monkey
Remarkable Feats la Athletle Pastime Roller Ska tea, eyeliner, e.
Kats, Ssaekesi Plays Mnslei la fact. Does Everytfclasr kot Talk.
The Flying Wcntz
Xevel Earopeaa Aerial Act.
NELSON, KEARNS & CO.,
Ia a Sew Oae-aet Cossedy Farce, Xeedhasa Xeeds 'Km." The Cesaleal
Tale of a Pair of Pants,
The Staaing aad Daarlag Girl.
SPECIAL BI6 SUNDAY CONCERTS
3 to 10:30 Contlnaoua. Prlcaa, lOo to 20o.
The Essence of Contentment
An After Dinner Smoke.
DEER HEAD, 10c
Good For 10 Votes.
Good For 5 Votes.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth StreetN.W.
Votes Also Given on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
TfmewirAMKKSff'SCeiSPEDeESS FWTES w wishimgts
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
aereeable than the tea you serve. We
otter you the best.
Rldsway's 5 o'Clnck Tea .75c
Capitol Household Tea.. SOe
WE DELIVER IT.
1M2 14 St. I.W. PkMMlsftallS
We srlve Herald UrJ.III eeatest vetee...
Kr J ' lawisssi.
Kanplai & leralif
Reflaed Masleal Das.
Happy Jthiiy Helis
Tte Man front Xowhera.
We have just received a
Fancy Golden Grimes t
The beauty apple, either ccoklns;
or eatlnfr. at prices that ata
right. Quality guaranteed.
We alve Herald lir.lll Z
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