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title: 'The Washington herald. (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, November 05, 1912, Page 14, Image 14',
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same-and'lthe Plan's Store 'will -
be iutlas?ibasylasvever sel
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Suits and Over
coats tf 15.15,
for -when it comes to clothing, we win all the time.
Money's Worfh or Money Back. ,
. 1UQ3-10U ftu Ave.
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Dally Mats., All Scats, 10c Evenings andSantfays, is ana"
Tne nome ot uamy anowi ,
ALL THIS WEEK
i ifiiri in Bavinw
ta ll '4 .
Special Midnight Show To-night
I'ull Klection Return from aTl oicr Hie country will be read and
bomi on the bcrcen, ilurlnc pictures and between the vaudeville acts.
snow wn,i, nvy oxtinl-oiis from i p. m. to about i a. k.
SHOW WILL RUN CONTINUOUS FROM
1 P. M. TO ABOUT 1 A. M.
ITIEFF riAXO PSED EICLCSITin.V. ' fj
715 1th St S.E.
' n Where comfort and content
H ment reign supreme.
4 Hew Reels Each. Day
t We KlTe Herald SSSOO
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5A ALNAMBRA CA
C THEATER 3G
19 Seventh Street Northwest
- , WM. AIREY. Manajer.
Fresh Films Every Day
Wt elre Herald KTOOO coat rat rotea.
Coelest Theater in Twn.
Mew Feature Films.
We Cltt Tote la Tt HeisM'a VUM Cactr.
4 .La Grippe.
Hay Fe er,
, Cold In Head
. Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents.
. ! BRADLEY'S g?
15th SL ami Pennsylvania Ave. S. L
W Cite Totee In "The Henld'i 13.09) ConteaL
322 Pemtylvaa Ave.S.L
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURED
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT S40 P. M.
We Gin Vote la The Benld's .& Cantaat.
Our Candles are much batter
than the factory kind. It Is bare,
sweet, and wholesome made by
expert candy makers. In a clean
229-211 PA. AVE. S. E.
We sire Herald tSSJtOO
coat eat "rotea.
1401 H SHEET I. L
P. O. Slatloa S3. Tel. I 1133.
School Supplies, Magazines, Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
L We Gt-. Votes to The Benld'i tCte Ceatest.
roi WILL fin
much valuable Information
.concerning; Paints' and Enamels
iy consultlnfc Jlodskln.
HODGKIN'S ;"'' 'niatera,
Wa arlre Herald m.8e eoatrat Tatea.
10c -Big Extra 10c
VAUDEVILLE BILL VSL
' CONTINUOUS-12 NOON TO 1S MIPNIOHT
HrCIMPLETE ELECTItN RETIRRS
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MYSTERY BRIDGE OF NOTRE DAME!
. OTHER FEATURE PICTURES
r-GARDEN AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA-
'" Au.uom tA4tle Fltu.
AccordlBr to an annooncatnant made
TMteraay'byiW.'F. Ham. vice president
ofthe WsahlactAn Hallway and Electric
vesnpany. .the realdtnu or Somerset.
Drummond. Friendship Hlhu,. aad
aereland Park will, havea, throufh
street -car service to -the, center of the
Clt bealnatna' Navaaahcr'X. Thla an.
nouncement was tbe outcome "of a con'
ferenoe yesterday b4een Mr. (Ham; R.'
h; McNeil, Joan H. JUrbUTaod Thomas
W. Smith; ;ot the' District Xtectrlc Italt
waytCommlHlon, and after" It ,waa made
tne suit braUa7htuaaala'tMtonuBiiy
deroasdlnaT'.sacb.a service was dlamUaed.'
If is said this' chance will -mean an ad
ditional expense of betweentl0.M0 anj
IU0M to the companlea. .
The schedule Is explained in a. letter
Cneo yesterday by Vice President Ham
and received by the Interstate Com-
merce Commission. It follows, ,fti "part:
"The Plan calls far the oncraltlam' nf
"ttn-mlnute service .between 8Sneraet
ana mui ana r.Btreets. learlnEVaomer
set from 7.-Ma.m. to Sto p.,nfc. and
eavinr irth and P StreeU from 7:50
a. m. to a.o. p. m. and .a half-hour 'ser
Ice. learlna; Somerset from SJl-p. m. to
10.17 p. m.. and, learlna; Fifth and F
Streets from :05 p. m. to JI:3S p m.
rorma; the period the balf-bour aenlce
is In effect' cars will be operated to
Thirteenth and D StreeU Northeast. Ma
Union Station." ,
Vice President Ham coes on to atate
that through the unusual difficulty of op.
eratlnc such a service thr m. .t
first be some Irreaularity In the ached-
III Kite ..WMH.Ia.M .!- . . .. .
., VH K.wic-a iu time 10 nave it up to
The Rnckvllle cars will be run to Wis
consin Avenue and It Street, and during
morning rush hours south and east
bound through cars will be operated aa
expresa cars betseen Wisconsin Ave
nue and O Street and Seenteenth and
SUIT IS DISMISSED.
Chief Jaatlre Shepard Takes Actloa
Id (Case of Joaepfc w. Pariah.
Chief Justice Shepard of the Court of
Appeals jesterdsy dismissed the suit
brought by the late Jonaa P. UrCnon
and.RIUa If. Brookahlre. lawyers. Inl,
recover WB.iii.7S aa a contingent fee
for services rendered the late Joseph
W. Parish to obtain a claim against the
United States for 1S1,X8.9S for Ice fur
nished the Union Army during the cltll
war. The higher court reversed the
lower court, which had held in faor or
the plalntlffa. Unless tbe decision Is ap
pealed to the United States Supreme
Court, the fund held by the bank will
be psyable ,to the estate.
In August. 1300. the claimant made a
contract with the lawyers for a con.
tlngent fee for services. Miss Emily
Parish, daughter of the claimant, became
executrix of his will and fought the at
tempt of the attornejs to collect. After
extended litigation an agreement was
reached by which W.000 of the claim
was deposited In a local bank to await
the result of the contention, and Miss
Parish received the balance of the claim.
Safety of Forelaaera Auarrd.
The safety of foreigners and their
property In the vicinity of Vera Crux Is
assured, according to State Department
dispatches jesterday, by the presence of
300 Federal 'soldiers recently arrived on
tne Mexican eunDoat Bravo. Most of the
rebels are reported to have dispersed, and
some of their leaders hae surrendered.
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Fall styles fn sparerilrT-'show a
still higher ivory finish. You .might
iist as Vrell buy a xvlo-phone if
you'rc'lookin' fer-somethin' t eat?
You hardly ever see a feller 5
wife's name in th' list o' injured
when his' tourin' car goes in a
ditch: ". '
DEMOCRATS,- aAYS'HEWMAJ. "
Foraaer Natlostal Coaamltteeaaaai
Predleta Victory for Wllaoa.
Declaring political predictions that un
dertake to give figures and specific de
tails a dangerous Indulgence, Edward
A. Newman, former Democratic national
committeeman for the District. last
night declined to make any forecast of
the results of to-day's election other
than to say he felt confident the Dem
ocratic ticket would be overwhelmingly
"I feel." said Mr. Newman, "that com
plete political power will be glen the
Democratic party. Accompanying this
power will be a great responsibility and
A solemn obligation to redeem and ful
fill the pledges of the party's platform
and candidates The temper of the peo
ple will not admit of temporising with
their political demands and economic
Flae of aej.OOO AMnaeel.
A fine of M,0C0. Imposed on the 80-
ciete Anon) me des Sucrerles de St. Jean.
Belgian corporation doing business In
Porto Rico, for flotation of the labor
contract laws, was affirmed by the
United States 8upreme Court yesterday.
Steamer Charles Mwslntrr for Meant Times
learea StrenUl Btraet Whaif St M a.- a. lad 11
p. m. dllb. eseept Bandar.
KorfoUE axd Wuhtestoa teasheat CeauaaVi
ettaoen treat foot at BerratA Street for Old Pvtat
Ceentat and Norfolk dellj at 1t p. st.
Can from nnreatk rune ana. new xant Areas
emr Quarter boor for aula tofntaes Zoe Firs aad
To oreat nnr waasinrnn isa Old Dcaalalea
Ra'tzoad care erery few Binotaa trom Tatrty-aiita
aid at Streets.
To Mount 1 erncewWrjhlnrtoa IreinU Bailwar.
Cane every hour on the hour from at a. Da. to 2 p.
m.. laet car Sutiun lih street aad rennarltaala
Net Matter Who la RlreirJ
Meinberg'a "Top-Noch" Bread will re
main the choice of exacting house It ee.
The laTWBtora Seeref." A stmnar
drama. 2 reels, to-day. Virginia Theater.
Pllaaaa aad Greai
Coaching for clvlf service exam
rvice exam. No.
1100 N. T. Ave.
A Practical Demonstration of
Cooking by Electricity
In the modern cafe, at 1411 Penn
sylvania Avenue, of -which Mr. Gus
Buchholz is the proprietor, electricity is
put to many different uses. Electric
fans, electric coffee percolators, electric
cigar lighter, electric lights, and an
electric elevator are some of the things
which it operates.
The most interesting purpose, how
eer, which it serves -at this place is the
cooking of food. While the complete
electric grill and range were constructed
especially to meet the particular needs
of this cafe and to conform to the ideas
of the proprietor, electric ranges -and
cooking appliances of stock sizes and
patterns can be had which will meet
every requirement of the household and
of the usual restaurant or cafe.
Electric cooking is most sanitary
no gases or odors to spoil the flavor of
the food. The electricity is transformed
into heat that is 100 per cent pure.
Authorities on cooking tell us that the
most satisfactory results are obtained
from electricity, owing to the uniform
ity and even distribution of -the heat.
For Information Ask
TelephoriKMaln 7260 213 14th St. N. W.
Always the Best For the Least Always
Special from Our
Big Carpet Stock
We festure Carpeta with the same
care that we feature Rugs, carrying
ala a complete assortment of
the designs provided by the best
mills. These quoted prices show
what. adantage we g!e jou:
60c High-grade Ingrain: full JB-
II to Roxbury Tapestr) ; fl
extra heavj ; rich colorings. walU
tl 00 Tapestr) Brussels; M.
choice patterns ,....
J1.I5 VeHet Carpets, exclu- OA
alve effects yen.
J1.50 Axmlnsters heavy t fx
and rich 1.U
Made, lined, and laid without ex
You can be sure of finding us living
up to these business axioms. We mean
them, literally. Every item in our stock
is the best value in its grade and our
price for it is invariably less than the
usual price. We give our patrons every
advantage we get by rcasqn of our enor
mous buying which figures a consider
able saving to jou.
Enamel Bed, Metal Springs ami Seft
Top Mattress, Complete,
1 1 1 1 1 1 ga . . a
SjaJeM B MIBaVaSaSssaaasV'
The'BED is White Enamel, with
brass trimming, and has heavy
filling rods at head and foot. The
MATTRESS Is well made, with soft
top. The SPRINGS are all-iron
frame and woven wire. May be had
separately If preferred and at 'pe
dal price for each piece.
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
The Bed Aloae......
The Sprlaura aloae..
The Mattress aloae.
An Exceptional Line of Bedroom Furniture
No matter which of the famous periods have your fancy down to the modern designs all are represented in
this vast assortment of ours. Solid Mahogany, Toona Mahogany. Bird's-eye Maple, Walnut. You can see the scope
of our stock and the significance of our prices in the pieces illustrated.
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SatSsaf Jl JSaffSS;isSSssry5anesasTliX iiSsssssssP?TT7fraass
Ijr aslB BBsT
Hau Sj ui a
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(Exactly ns Illustrated.)
THI h1nTonler la a efbmWanlon
Made of extra grade '-Oak, care- f piece to the Dresser and Is. 4! Inohee
fully finished, with shaped top wide at base. With French plate mlr-
drawersj large French mirror. ror 20x21.
tort Stl, $16 Wax SltS.' S90
- (Exactly as Illustrated )
Rich Mahogany Dresser, (to Inches
wide, with French plate mirror iix
ft. Artistic hand-carved columns.
One of the handsomest designs ever
produced refined and elegant.
wfS eUl, S108
(Exactly ns Illustrated.)
American Quartered Oak; strong
ly made and carefully finished
throughout: large bevel French
plate mirror; designed 'on 'graceful
WHEN IN DOUBT BUY OF
IlCOT. 75 EYE(I)STREETS,N.W.
O 'S ?.'- -ex V- t -
In sets or single pieces staple de
signs of Hall Racks, with mirror and
sest combined; Console Tables, and. as
in the illustration, separate seat and
mirror of twin patterns and finish. Wa
maintain a complete axiety in all the
v IV -9aBojsEErt3aSatl
M (Exactly as Illustrated M
'Quarter-sawed Oak. finished In Early
English both' pieces plentifully suDDtled
"with coat hooks. v
a. The Seat. Is 4$ Inches
wide- and worth
The Mirror Is Sx2S fine
IVench plate.. Worth
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