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. 929-931 G ST. N. W.
Record-bre&king Woolen Sale
We succeeded In making a lucky purchase of over 5.000 yards
tailored suits ana cioaKS.
of fine mannish cloth. In select styles and colors for women's
TO BE SOLD AT 51c ON THE DOLLAR
Less than mill price.
We give Herald 33,0a eoateat votes. '
The Concerns Advertising on This Page Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
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' - JfJ - Fur and Millinery Store I Walml 1
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lHr Red Fox Sets, $20 I 1W M '
B.UMHHV W Of handsome quality, consisting; of Urge animal collar and large mmmm ll(ilUj LajCaHrhj
laSHfflllfalH r animal muff. I flam lfPI .asSAtsaufiBsfJa
I UHltlUlnlWI I Special new models In our 15, $7. and $10 Trimmed Hats. a 1 jlljl II I If 1MJlaaW5WBi i
nSsMaal 1 We give Herald WN eoatest vote. IIUJIultaWiallanaTiVawitaaarw ja
Expert Dyeing f
Ttl larsrest anil smallest work, the
most delicate and costly fabrics, all
equally well done.
11th and You Streets N. W.
W. Glre Votn In Th. Hmkl'l t3,0CO CcHeJ.
Make Our Store Your Store.
Men's Fleece-lined Underwear,
Children's School Dresses,
Boys' 2-Piece Suits,
Boys' Corduroy Pants.
819 H Street N. E.
ITc Giro Totei in TIic Herald'i (S.on Cental.
Wholesale and Retail.
1538 7th Street N. W.
We Glre Voir; in The iimld'i tSjm Contest.
PHONE MAIN 8008
Clock, Watch, and
We sell nickel alarm clocks and
carry Supplies. Tools, &c. Prices that
UNITED CLOCK REPAIR CO.
6I3 7th Street N. W.
We Cite Yotn in The Henld'i S5.000 Ccstnt.
Handsome new woolens modeled to fit
perfectly. Workmanship guaranteed.
H. F. Silverman & Co.,
712 M STIEET R0RTIWEST
Branches: M3S Rhode Island Ave. N. E.
9th St. and Michigan Ave., Brookland.
We Cite Votee in The UrraWi 3 OB Contot.
101 Elshtb St. If. E.
Washington Violin Hospital
W. SCOTT IIERMAX,
Violin Maker .ind Repairer of All String
Sew and old Violins, Mandolins.
Guitars. Banjos. Cases. Strings, and all
string instrument fittings. &c always
nn hand. Dows, all kinds, new and old.
Repairing with ery best unbleached
nair. violins mice to order, au worK
Phone Lincoln 3417.
We Glie Vain in Tbe Ucnld'e $3,000 CobXsmL
Special Prices for Watch
and .Clock Repairing.
Any American made watch re-ff f(
paired for a.UU
Any French made clock for0 Aft
CM or ..."
CLOCK REPAIR CO.
510 H Street N. W.
IVe arlve Herald B3SMO eoateat votes.
Woman has made. remarkable strides
toward enfranchisement In the United
States In the last four years: next Tues
day, If she shall avail herself of her
full opportunity, she will be able to go to
tbe polls 630.0CO strong. Her vote. It is
true, at the most will represent only a
fraction of the total vote of the coun
try, but It will be an Influential factor
In the States where it shall be cast. It
Is estimated that 15.815.000 men will vote
for President and Vice President on
November S, or 1S.1S5.000 in excess of the
vote that can be possibly cast by women.
This might be an Important showing If
It were a fact that the women would
never get farther along than they are
now In their light for equal suffrage.
The truth is. however, they are only
at the very threshold of accomplishment.
More Important still It would be If It
were a fact that women this year, or in
any year of the future, will vote as a
sex. They most assuredly will do noth
ing of the kind, and after the novelty
of the situation wears off, those dls-
IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
cussing political probabilities or possi
bilities will cease to do so with any re
gard to the sex of voters.
Four yesrs hence. It Is reasonable to
predict, the enfranchisement of women
will have extended Into msny States
where she must be practically a silent
spectator next Tuesday. Notwithstand
ing the seeming setback to the suffrage
cause in Ohio, the middle West generally
Is preparing to follow the Pacific West
In granting to women equal political
rights. Assuming that only those States
now most forward In this movement
shall grant woman suffrage before 191s,
or in time for.the election of that year,
and assuming ' also the continuance of
the present ratio of Increase of the male
vote. It seems probable that the total
vote for the Presidency In November
four jears hence will approximate W,
OCS.00!. If all entitled to vote should cast their
ballots this year the total .would run
higher than this. According to the cen
sus figures, there are 31.999,131 males of
all races and colors in the United States
at tbefkresent time who are over twenty
one yeVrs of age. Deducting those ua
entitledto the franchise. 2&I60.000 males
of voting age remain Statistics demon
strate, however, fhat only 65 .per cent
of "potential voters" actually cast bal
lots. How to get the remaining SS per
cent to the polls Is one of the hard
problems of politics and government.
What thinking people seem to expect
of woman's Influence In politics Is that
it shall leaven the lump. In relation to
all , social questions, particularly, this
influence should be Inspiring, stimulating
and purltying. Woman under tne fran
chise will be In a better position than
ever before to enlist man's attention In
behalf of measures that have concern
for the family life of the nation and for
the children who go out from the family
to struggle with the world. There win
be a better division of soclsl account
ability under woman suffrage than there
Is now. and through a fuller appreciation
of his social obligations, man will
naturally rise to a clearer understanding
of his political responsibilities.
We upholster and refinish any
thing in furniture. Our prices will
be the lowest, and satisfaction is
. 508 H Street -N. W.
M e give Herald (SUMO eoatest Totes.
Kauai to any- $50 suits
Tha Kaynota of Our Products
Served In a clean, comfortable parlor,
or. If you want It by the gallon. It will
be S1.S0 delivered. Tour choice of fla
vors. NORTH CAPITOL
ICE CREAM PARLOR
1402 North Capitol St.
We Giro Totes in The Bmld's CS.COJ Obctsst.
When you are about to throw
away your old clothes bring
them to us, and we will return
them to you new. Our experl-
enced workmen make no mls
Phone Main Hi: and we will
I 719 9th SL N. W.
I Work called for and delivered
Xwe Glie Votn in Tbe IlrrtM'i 13.000 Contest.
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Don't let your husband go to an expensive tailor because of big name and reputa
tion. We are making high-grade Men's Suit and Overcoats, and guarantee perfect
fit, style, and workmanship, at about one-half the expensive tailors' price.
Our shop is the most sanitary in the city.
Wc do cleaning, pressing, and repairing, as well as tailoring. Give us a trial and
Ladies' Suits remodeled in the latest Parisian style, $2.50 and up.
Willard Tailoring Parlors
423 7th SLR. W.
The smart new Johnny
Coats, of heavy plaid back
material; 115.00 value.
W stive Herald STVMO eoateat votes.
Boston Shoe Repair Go.
3426 14th St. N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
L. niDERMAN SO!fS.
We atve Herald SZ3.000 eoatest votes-
cCauley T" ArtistJc
. " Attractive
akeS Articles at
462 Maine Avenue S. W.
I Phone M. 37S0.
We give Herald S35.000 eoatest vote.
Phone N. 4370
1422 F St. N. W.
We give Herald ars.000 eoatest rotes.
. UlElllSK, TAILOR
Perfect (It or no pay. Large assort
ment of excluslc new fabrics.
Special TSSSZS?.. $1.25
We give Herald S23.000 contest votes.
TO MEN TO LADIES
Specialist In fine custom tailoring
work in all its branches.
Dyetag. Cleaning. Reaalrlag.
SPECIAL Ladles Suits Altered. 32.00
and up. Orders called for and deliv
ered. 3318 Gi. Ave. Cil.951
Wo ar. Herald 9XJK eoateat votes.
Fad. In Food.
I tilt CtUctce Tnbuse.
A man who has won considerable pub
licity as a faddist In food theories was
taken to a hospital the other day in a
serious condition as a result of his
method of living.
The man had announced that 2s cents
a week was enough for a person to spend
, on food. He set out to prove it by sub
slstlns on limited rations of oatmeal
crackers. The. doctors now declare that
he brought himself to the verge of death
from starvation Dy tnis mode of llvinc.
Other faddists In the East recently
claimed fasUng a cure of all sorts of
diseases. They would substitute fasUng
for the surgeon's knife, and the operat
ing tame, usually tne raaaist proved to
be a man with a "temperament" He
also knew the art of the press agent.
At the close of a lengthy Interview to
the newspapers on how cancer or some
equally malignant disease could be cured
by fasting, the man advertised .a new
novel or play which he was 'just finish
ing. Once these faddists get Into the news
papers and advertised themselves thor
oughly they suddenly dropped, out .of
the public eye. Among the .nearest
friends It was known that they bad re
turned to the old-fashloaed Idea, of three
xjuara meals a day. " -- -' i
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP
Phone M. 75IS.
We Cite Votes In The Benld's S3B) Contest.
Gas Heaters $1.00 up
Oil Heaters $3.00 up
Gas Tubing, per foot 4c
KRAEMER & DUEHRING
STRENGTH RELIABILITY BRILLIANCY
f'The Humphrey Gas Mantle19
STANDARD OP EXCELLENCE
We recommend our 2oc Mantle, but can furnish Mantles at 10c, 15c, 25c,
and 35c. Send for one to-day and judge for yourself. Kindly state if inverted
or upright mantle wanted.
WASHINGTON GAS APPLIANCE CO..
1924 14th St. N. W. Phone N. 889
We aire Herald S23,000 eoatest vote.
B. L. GERSHANICK
The woman who demands the utmost
style is her sarments finds her ideals
realized here. Perfect fit assured. Popu
615 F St. N. W.
Phone Mala 1303.
We Glre Votes In The UertM's D.O Contest.
1411 14th SL I. W.
We GiTt Votes in The Bmld's 5.001 Contest.
Is one of the best of all human traits.
Tour wife will appreciate your thought
fulness It you will let us make you 3
large photographs on artistic and har
monious mounts, for 51.50. Regular
price, $13.00 per dozen.,
BROOKS' ART STUDIO
905 Pa. Avenue N. W.
We give Herald fXaoo eoatest vote.
CHAS. H. REISINGER
Ice Cream Manufacturer.
PIIE ICEtfe-f n
60c Half Gallon.
235 G St. N. W.
We srtve Herald tSOOO eoatest votes.
I guarantee to repair!
any detect tnat occurs
In my work within six
months, provided walls
are scraped and sized.
A. J. Grimes,
603 Peim. htm S. E.
We aire Ilernid 835,000 eoatest votes.
The Most Complete tine of
Thanksgiving Post Cards
We announce the arrival of our Fall
Stock of the Finest Domestic and For
eign Cloths, in the latest and most
popular "weaves, designs, styles, colors.
We are offering an. exceptionally
neat, pleaslnsr suit, strictly tailor
made, at the low nrlce of 127 sn in
1524 N. Capitol St -
H. 4TOl --
tte Cite Votes Is Tke Brail's TS.m Coelat.'s
1404 JourttMth Strut N.W.
We Glre Votes is Tbe HerskTs tB.OM Contest.
Select Tear ran Salt Hsts -Have a
As the season-advances your choice
of nil fabrics exhibited here will please
yon better. The most approved de
signs, the best material, and the fit
that flta yon best. Exclusive designs.
FasalM tTahrlea Featared KxelaSsvely.
811 9th St. N.W.
We give Herald SSSM eoateat vatea.
Time to put them up. Our prices
make It profitable for you to buy your
lace curtains here.
Spedftl Prices from
50c to 1150 Pair.
A. M. KLOCK,
Cor. 4th and H St. Northeast
We aire Herald ISX0O0 eoateat votes.
For the Children
Walton SSc to ll.SO
Kducator $1.50 to $2.00
Nature Shape. ...ll.SO to IS.50
A Splendid Assortment of
Ladles' and Men's Shoes,
12.00 and IS.S0.
904 Seventh St. N. W.
We give votea la Herald's
We Give Credit
New store, new stock, new Ideals.
Men's, Women's, and
815 9th St. N. W.
tTe Giro Votes in Tbe Ilenld's COT Contest.
House Dresses, Qfi
Fast Color, Special . . WWW
Winter Underwear for men. women,
Sereatrra, BOe to SZJtS.
Rood Outl.c Flannel, Re yard. .
Beat Oatl.g Flannel, lOe yard.
Ask about To-day'. M;Z1R at
the pattern counter. Special Induce
ment. May M.atoB Patteraa.
Mount Pleasant Variety Store
3112 11th St N.W.
Ask for Herald J25.000 contest votes.
We Are the .
We always, give 2.2M pounds to the
ton. Coal for every kind of stove and
furnace. Gle us your order.
WM. B. JOHNSON & CO
Successors to E. B. Johnson.
908 B STREET S. E.
Phone Lincoln 2613.
We Cite Votes In The Herald's 13.00) Contest.
20 TO 40 OFF
Or Entire Stock
Fall Suits and
Sample Suit and Dress Strop
We give Herald S2S00 eoatest votes.
Coats and Suits for
We carry in stock and make to
order coats, skirts, and suits, for
folks who are hard to fit.
Will make them of vour material
at one half tailors' prices.
917 F Street N. W.
We Glte Votes in The Herald's COM Costes!.
Southern Timepiece Co.
Let Us Make
Your Suit Fit
If jou've bought a suit that doesn't
fit. bring It to us. We'll remodel it to
fit perfectly, night in the heart of the
Willard Tailoring Parlors.
1422 F Street Northwest
We give Herald S3S.000 eoatest vote..
1227 H St. N. E.
We give Herald SSSOO contest votea.
Capital Hat and
508 11th Street Northwest
Specialists In Women's Hcadwear of
the refined type. Exclusive models,
originated In Paris and New Tork, and
our own clever adaptations.
We srtve Herald aauXK) eoatest votea.
906 Seventh Street N. W.
Not a big store, but It's a big satis
faction to trade here. Strictly first
class merchandise at prices minus the
big store's expense. Bargains unmatch
ed anywhere. Every purchase must
please, or money refunded. Fair,
square treatment to all.
We Glre Votes in The Herald's J3.000 Contest.
TOO want to be well and keep well
and avoid dangerous operations for
appendicitis and stomach troubles.
f Constipation. Indigestion. Torpid
rill Liver, and Blood Diseases. They
win cieanse your wnoie system
of Impurities, and bring back health
and color to your cheeks.
25c for 50 Tablets.
For Sale bv all drueeists. or
WirN StaiJari Mfc Co.
7" St. K. W.
We Glre VotM In The lrmM's J3.0M Contest.
Mrs. K. E. Fagan
DRY GOODS and
Special Sale of Underwear and
18 7th St N. E. '
Tel. Lincoln 1966-M.
We give Herald CUMO contest votes.
Telephne Liicoli 127.
William J. Huhn.
We Glre Votes In The Herald's 3.000 Contest.
Telephone 3T. 320.
Rugs woven from old carpets. We
have no agents. Ba sure and have
your work done by tbe Old Laurel
309-311 lwth St. S. W. .32Hm
We Ore Votes la The Herald's SB,) Tijssa
$2.00 to $7.50 Dozen
1214 F St. N. W.
We Olr Votes in The llerakr (3.000 Contest.
M. E, VERNON
3124 Gaorgia Ave.
We Olr. Votes ts The Bmld's 13.001 Contest.
The Capitol Bedding Go.
Manufacturers and Renovators
Mattresses and Bedding of Every
Description Box Springs, Cush
ions, Pillows, and Bolsters.
We Buy Old Feathers.
1323 Seventh St. N. W.
W Che Votes In Tbe Herald's S.i)o Contest.
Yop Can Get Better Values Here
Ladies' 39c Silk Hose 21c
Oilcloth, 1 1-4 yards wide, reg
ular 25c value, in white or
Men's Shirts, either dress or
working, 50c anywhere, sizes
14 to 17 1-2 39c
J. G. PREINKERT
1206 H Street N. E.
We Glre Votes la The Bcrald's S3,m Contest.
Mrs,.C. F. Durand
Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings,
May Manton Patterns, 10c each;
by mall. 12c.
813 North Capitol Street.
We Glre Votea in The Herald's RS.OOO Contest.
143 B STREET S. E.
Phone Lincoln 179.
We alve Herald gKsOOO eoatest votes. '
Stamping. Designing. Stamping Com
position. Perforated Patterns. Art
Needle Work, and Embroidery.
We have just opened a new China
Paintlne Department and are ready tn
decorate and fire any kind, of china.
Bring in your pieces to the Exchange
as early as possible.
Mrs. Eliz. Blackistone,
802 E St. N. W.
We give Herald
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