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D. J. KAUFMAN
Montfo Worth or Mousy Bsck. a
1MS.1N7 . Ay.
Do Bob TbinUar.
Watch IMi Ad.
1887 to 1912
Is all there s to the Iatmdry
business in our beantiral city.
We have stood the test for
this period and are trying each
day to do better.
Yale Laundry
Lramdezcn. Dry ClewMia. BycM.
437 Nw York Av.
We (It Hadl nT.IHt emmfmt vote
Established m
Elphonzo Yonngs
Company
2315-2317 18th St.
Fhon Colombia a.
Groceries
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Deliveries Everywhere
We a-lre HeralC t
wmmimmniinminiinnimnminm
SEIVICE IS MM SPECMLn j
Bervlea and comfort oat of a 8
pair of Bhoea that we hare eoled H
and heeled by our efficient and fi
economic metnoa.
NATIONAL
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School Supplies. Uagaslnea, Ferlodleals.
Branch Port-offlce.
1401 H STREET N. E.
W Ohe Turn In Tin BoVI'a
KODAKS FOR EVERYBODY
So. 3 BROWHIE OWtBl, M.
We will furnish yon a list of prices
on Bromide Enlargements for the aak
raa. Office stationery.
W. J.KHISE,tMISLl.W.
We tre Herald sqaaaa tmmUmt wmttm.
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10 wafers Oolden Bale Stomach
.Wafers tor acidity, flatulency.
COST 10c
ClUis' PkbTBan New Jersey and
VIMS rHfsVSJ, New Tork Area. N.W.
. YE ATMAN'S
J)RUG
STORE
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wvtM. imauoB.1.1.
Lowe Bros. H. 8. palata
kcorer from-S to lM.saore
1 square feet than the ordl
Inary oalnt. and It laata
rfrom t to S -years longer
therefore. It costs leem It
won't chalk or blister.
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weev-aaai taas aim sill
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far the aaw amilHIiin to be
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ta pabtle m
very city be HaHad. Vast of hts ad-
baflara
csalssftona. He explataed to tbesa tae
sdailTilstratloa paltey oteoaoeatratlOB of
um araii mn nnani mw ywp. uiv
Faotoo coast that ir jtner wisaed
War Departsaeaf a Has for tka fertia-
of tbatr etnas camea aejt taor
see tbaf-tketr isaiasaaUUns ta
Caaaress co-operated ta
Oa. Wood aaad tkatka
thine-Tery aulet aleaeT tM
der. As the vaeat of Oatt. Ambart. aaav
aaandlas; the Faderal feroes m Jaatrat,
ktaxleo.-OoB. Wood isHewed tbekteateaa
aaldlesa tbera.
oea. woo waa sja ta sostaa wi say
I post IB tkat city, aud in aiao
at tka Harvard Unkm.
MISS IDA DILI
CALLED BY DEATH
Expired am 97 Before Skejtfai to
Xetb Jeea AiMitte to fc
mreaw Oemrt Itr.
Ida Daly, bead of the Bnallsb
dspartBMBt at McKlnley Manual Train
Ins; School and well known as a lawyer.
died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Oarfleld Hospital. Just twenty-four hours
before she was to hare bean admitted to
practice before the United Etates Su
preme Court. She waa taken ill Wednes
day witn appenaicina.
Miss Daly waa known and esteemed not
only as a teacher of twaaty-nina yearr
standlnc In the Washington schools, but
an etreenre worker in matters or
Interest to the teachers. She waa a prae-
ttctna; attorney, and It waa through bar
efforts that the Habel Dean case, through
which, the woman In the schools got their
back pay. was settled.
The flrst connection of anas aiy with
the public schools was in Uat, whan she
appointed a teacner ex at second
grade at Montgomery School. In MB she
entered tne teeming Stan or eastern
High School, and October. IMS, went to
the McKlnley Mannel Training School as
a teacher In the history and English de
partment.
Miss Daly is sorrrfied ey ner mother.
Mrs. Mary Daly, with whom she lived at
31H Eighteenth Street Northwest and by
her brother, Cornelias Daly, vice presi
dent of the W. P. Andrews Paper Com
pany. Tuneral arrangements win be
mads to-day.
Edwin A. Newman
Congratulates the
President-elect
'Edwin A. Newman, president of the
District of Columbia Democratic An
elation. It la beDered. was among the
flrst odngratulators of the President
elect. At midnight Mr. Newman, con
fident that there was no doubt aa to
the victorious candidate, sent the follow
ing telegram to Princeton, N. J.:
"Heart-felt congratulations and prayers
for your successful administration des
tined to occupy a large space in our
country's history. Responsibilities be
fore rou are heavy. Doubt not your
solemn sense of their scone and obllsa-
tion and your ability to fulfill the trust
imposed. The hopes or the people must
oe realised and their liberation from
economic thraldom that maintains its
strangle hold upon them must be ef
fected. This Is the party's great duty
unaer your leadership. May the over
ruling JProviaenee guide and strengthen
yon in oommg even-nil years."
per fThrrsaathsaeasaa ( All
desired varieties. Shaffer, lith and 1
Eye.
tadeats Favor Wnsoa.
Wilson was the favorite in a straw
vote held yesterday at Eastern High
Bcnooi ana oossveit took second place.
xne vote reeuneu: wuson. Dem. IB
Roosevelt Pro., lMt Taft. Rsn, 17:
Chafln. Pro.. 6; Debs. Boa, and Rdmer,
hoc. jjaoor. I. un tne Question of wheth
er or not the people of the District should
have the right Of suffrage the vote stood
289 for, .and 7S against
B-cratBlte wlearal nmaa
Far weddings, receptions, and all social
luncuons. juk xor estimate. Quae, 1ZM jr.
HUH leheel Cadets Proaaoted.
F. T. Campbell, of Business HIch
School, yesterday was appointed flrst
lieutenant and adjutant of the Second
Battalion. High School Reaiment and
N. W. Barrett also of Business, wss pro
moted from the rank of flrst sergeant
to take the vacancy made by Campbell's
appointment.
ABE MAETTN SAYS:
A.kkker aim wants soethin''t,
boot- . .
It's worth aQ it costs f keen
tka Ma rfctfi' iwa1ii alsntaf rrarr
Better jb itja-lfseam.
tae trsaeaaajaaB-saaejaaBeai aud osssaeetv
elal aattnty.or,taf sail Coast. Wtmrr
West Coast, be' said, waa
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..These 'who
Tka stage
i Jans, know
Beat Mrs.
tae twruit -task of
her owa siMtleas from -the
aC-th bookvta tka beards of the
stage without tearof tfeear aatural charm.
"TMKM of Maknts a Mar frasn say
Mbaeoa stories had aftaa ecomied to
ate.- aaJ& Mrs. WlggU, "but Z always
put It aside with the thought that the
pubBe" would suaiuety care to see an
other chad herohM on. the stags. But
a assay persona wrote to me from time
to'tkae asking i penalaalQei to dimmatlse
rtebecaa. that I flJly declded.to try It
seyselftaostiaboratloawttwMlMThomp-'
wnoee Broader aapeiieaoe la the
of drama -waa oc lnoalsulable aa-
It waa always ooabtful.whsther -Re-
wouia asm eut-auoosssrauy,- she
"beeauas Z waa drams tlatng my
ork. wenah Is always aavht and
doea set depend udob attuatlona. Not for
ara.ptota ana oonnteiptota, suipiises,
taxes, ourtalaa and the thousand tech-
nleaktles that oommoaly obaeaa the pmy
Wright But an such doubts wars re
moved after the first parformaaoa.
"X know that I should have little
trouble with the dialogue, for convincing
dialogue has bees one of the chief re
quirements In stories, such aa I have
written stories of aa everyday life. Its
quaint pathetic and humorous Incidents.
Its characters which must be made vital
and real. I wished to maintain the at
mosphere of simplicity and freshness
which la so necessary In work of this
kind for Z knew that it waa as Vital
to avoid artificiality la the play as In
the books."
netwoss) fat? Weewltale,
Two wagon loads of chrysanthemums
that were on exhibition la the annual
"mum" show last week left the govern
ment greenhouse yesterday for Flower
QuOd In the Church of the Ephlphany,
through which organisation the flowers
win be sent to the various hospitals, asy
lums and charitable institution Inmates.
third wagon load will be sent out to
day.
Addreee Vy j sane sender.
Ambassador James Bryce win address
the board of trustees, the faculty and ths
student body of George Washington Uni
versity Law Department la New Masonic
Temple to-morrow afternoon at 8:15
o'clock en the subject "Ths lord Chan
cenor and Leading Men at the Engllah
Bar Whom I Have Known."
local manioi.
xcvBsioira to-dat.
Chute Kaealetttr Far stoat Varan
m Stmt Waarf at B a. m. sad 11
p. av deny, scan Boeder.
KSbMs aad Wuabictea Bfahut Oaseeara
ateesMn beat foot at Karat Stmt toe Old rots
Osatet aad Ifocfaa caOr at 9. aw
can trm nrneili etnet aad Hew Tort ATease
eivr smter km nr atahi SBtnaae See ras aad
To Omt nne-WMametaa end OH
asanas one entile atiastn fnat AbtMbtt
sad at stneta.
J Moaat vaaii wiaaiiea-Tiaape aamray.
an emy bear ea tee boor rnaa B aXn. to 1 n,
unlar. awrlis lkh Kien sad rnmrtnok
AW.
Cot BTeewy Casts Tote.
OoL John Singleton Mosby. who haa
been confined in the Garfield Hospital
for several weeks and who announced to
his physician whUe his condition waa still
critical that he would go to Virginia and
cast his bellot waa as good aa his word.
The old soldier went to the polls yester
day. He Is greatly Improved la health.
and his trip to the polls appeared to do
him good.
JM His StfHicb
Is All Right
Thousand! with Poor Teeth Have
Good BigeitioR by Using Stuarf i
Dyspepsia Tablets After Heali.
Whether or not we eat too much Ua
matter for Individual judgment Benja
min Franklin tried the experiment of
living on a handful of raisins. But he
discovered that the question wasn't what
he ate nor the quantity thereof, but one
of digestion and assimilation. Ths nor
mal person eats heartily and with keen
enjoyment That Is because his mind
doesn't anticipate stomach trouble. And
If he does have an attack of sour stom
ach or Indigestion, he knows that the
use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give
quick relief.
A Geatleaeaa at the "Old School" Who
Keests Vp with the Tlssea. ,
Many people have poor teeth, weak
gums, sore teeth, and other bothersome
troubles that prevent a vigorous masti
cation of food. And Instead of eating
soft -mushy food thaf palls on the ap
petite, they go in for those savory
dishes, the very odor of whch starts
the saliva and makes ths stomach fair
ly revel with anticipation.
This Is but a natural condition. Any
thing else borders upon the Indifference
which fosters indigestion and chronic
dyspepsia.. r
It mar be safely said that it -should
not be. a question .of diet or kind of
food, or teeth, or oven any of the re
flexes which are supposed to have their
Influence la deranging the stomach. It
la simply a matter. of supplying the
stomach aad digestive organs with
those known assistants, sueh-aa papain
Sd hydrochloric add,- both f which
ve direct and powerful action upon
the contests of v the stomach. J-
One grata-of a stagie Ingredient la
StuarTa Djrspepala Tablets TwUl digest
leaV Batas of., food. .This saves your
steeaach: and" gives It' the- rest H needs.
AH- Maaclsa Teeun-s eeeasleael rest It
thay are aver overtaxed. Tha.stetaaea
is ao exception -to this Tale.'
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aad bar ever taltUMaaMa
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Aa tkrir tavorite ahoe and they have beea more popalar this fall tham ever Wlore
BECAUSE THEY DESERVE TO BE.
Starliac amalitiai of werkauBship aad Iittaers tvlw alwm. akiast f taa-aaaei aai
ntpeel to- at vary avaa foot and tasta cosstaBttr feMf
ol $9.50 aad $4 Shoes. ' -
la faetr THEri FIVE DOLLAR SHOES-ta
'
THE GREATEST SALE EVER KNOWN
Of Men's Overcoats
An Event So Stupendous in Value-giving and Sensational in
Low Pricing as to Astound the Whole City
Clearance at any cost is our task now for we.must vacate this store in a few weeks. This
Mighty Removal Sale productive of the most vigorous selling we have ever had bring! you the
most startling values in Men's Clothing ever heard of anywhere.
Prices that were so low as to create a stampede have again been cut to the core to make clear
ance quick and absolute.
A new record for low selling has been established on our entire stock of Men's Overcoats.
Overcoat weather is here to last all winter and with overcoat needs uppermost no man who has
the slightest regard for economy will let this wonderful opportunity pass without taking advan
tage of it
Prices Now Reduced to Half and Below Half
On Every Overcoat in This Mammoth Stock
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Men's
Young
Young
$10.00 Overcoats Now
$15.00 Overcoats Now .
$16.50 Overcoats Now
t 18.00 Overcoats Now
20.00 Overcoats Now
$22.50 Overcoats Now
$25.00 Overcoats Now
$30.00 Overcoats Now
Men's$15.00 Overcoats Now
Men's $10.00 Overcoats Now
Unrivaled
Men's Black Broadcloth-KerseyVOvercoats, full length; handsomely
trimmed,! with Persian lamb collar. Regular $30.00 value. Removal Sale
price
Men's Fur-lined Overcoats, lined with Marmot fur and trimmed with Per
sian lamb collar. Tailored in the finest manner. Regular $45.00 value. Re
moval Sale price
FRIEDLANDER
Corner Ninth and E
HOMEMADE CANDY
Am aa TflMrh trfttter M
XX .ft... thA faftnrv IrtnrV It la BUfO. fi
8 rweet. and wholesome made by fi
..I ai.4r tnaVara In at C1bVS.Ii XT
n kitchen.
BUCKINGHAM'S
221-211 PJL AfL S. E.
We give Herald PBT,!!!
contest votes.
Grier's White Pine
Cough Syrup
differs from any other offered Ja
Washington. It is unquestionably
ths most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
it bears tha nsme of "Orler."
GRIER & GRIER.
' NINTH NKW YORK AVE.
We give Herald tasM contest vaitaa,
a
LAXATIVE
QUININE
TABLETS
La Grippe,
Hay Fever.
Neuralgia,
ColdlnHesd'-
Twenty-four Tablets
Fifteen Cents,
BRADLEY'S STRE
15tfc SL aa. Psw-tyhra-ia An. S. E.
we Cln Totn n TbeBenkl'a , Oestnt. t
YOUR TEETH
...n tmwMwi naaia
IOVR UEUTB,
aid it pajt te IK ea expat
ItanJ 111 Mil 9m HafaM.
I
penaaaaainliet Iran H tens
I do BeUiag bat the sin
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Bka. Om oclocal eui aaetfc
OeanwB te V IBDasa, a
'?f'
rneavin ea.
Dr. J. Wets Hyera. OK Pa. Ave. 7w.
JANES1
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all tae beet Tea. ones, sad SUay lursisj d
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235 Pa..wssE
Prices on Men's Fur
CUFLII
OPTICAL
CI.
ttt F ITKET
BM Masnio
TsayJt
reading Optletaas for Over a '
ter el a teaimry
Xanafacturers
Oeallsts' Freseriptleas TOlad
Eyes Examined
We Olra Vetn Is Tae BankTa
The Ileal Mil's Store
High-class furnishings at prlcea ti
Interest money savers.
M. LEVITAN 4 CO.
BM4 14TH ST. IT. W.
We stte irtn ta Th. UM J3.000 eostnt.
8HOOTAWK
II tm aboe mis tad hnli an worn It's a jrant
at BMeey ta tarav tbm aver. . Ibon parta m
tae eaes bna oaattot no end nr aa anaaa la
kale the Bn t the iboa as take taaa ta
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lunyuuuirc, ave.h.w.
m iii, (MhtMrib lt K. defl
lae awicnK te m wrnrtlr "atyitft
We One Vetae te Tb. Bmld'e Ba.nt Ontaa.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Largest stock ever carried. Alao iAcea.
Dry Goods. Hoatery and
'Embroideries.
- MKS. J. A. MOODY.
!430Goriia Ave. N. W.
We adva Herald OtSMOt e teat eotea.
CARROLL'S v-
lOOALFIUISIIIIISTIIE
. EverythinafJor
father, mother, and
tha children.
SeKM Oa. Av. Col. 1334.
, Oet rear ntae-hen n Benkl C3.SB Oaatnt.
IJPyou want bargains in Hard
vware of every description.
- -Don't fail to'visit
H. Itrtfiri Sttrt. 713 7ft St. I.W.
Be Obe JTens n Tae Herald'. BMB Oman.
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oarytkiac hot wriml
WweTBAIXTOTIHO OOXTKST
Tacsa'flsv.' .'....
veU after Be. XX.
$5.00
$7.75
$8.85
$9.75
$1 0.50
$11.50
$12.65
$15.50
$7.75
$4.50
Overcoats
$19.75
$23.50
BROS.
Outfitters to Men and Boys
The Garden
433 Mh Street w. w.
TO-DAY
CeBttaaeaa. Keen tell fn.
aeetacmlar restore rnaa.
MjstHj Irrip if Nitre Dm
Great a-reel Pletmre.
Other reatare Pletaree.
Gardea Oreaeatra.
aeeltaeiae nanla ! a. tfca
Maui rwaata i iinaita ws
COLUMBIA
LAUNDRY
wtnta mm Wants
623 G Street R. W.
Wa give Herald
stest
' XMMMMMIIIIHHM
; ;. i We have just received a T
supply ot
:; Fancy Golden Grimes
Ths beauty apple, either cooking
' or eating, at. prlcea that are
.right. Quality guaranteed,
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We slve HtnMtl
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See me forup-to-date Ideas, Xstlatatss
gUdly.glven.
' JAMES TROSKEY
MIM-M " -1451 P SL . W
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T5c about CMotmaa, oar ataa
all oc yent to Bay a fanM
m aee as
If. a, dealer tafla yam he'oan aaH.
yaw awt aalltr t aut prlae,
oaaae ta see sea aad Z will preva
ta tro aslautes. ha doesn't know
what ha JataBdss about.
Wa anwafaatura aad save yam
all ta-betweea proata. Thlak
whatsst misaa (DjVt let say
daaler sen you a. piano before
yo naVf talked ta ma. iz you
do, real taaa. k xsu
waat a pl-
aaes7.tl.tM. X have that kind.
aad tf yaw waat a cheep one at
SITS Z have that, too. 'We are
ulna uuttata by
rsasom of our
plan ot operaUon.
jesEpi ull ouse rm ct,
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Engraving
for Social
Requirements
Naturally, yoa want
the beat without ex
cessive coat.
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STATIONERY CO.
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