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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATORIAY.. NOVEMBER 16, .1912.
The Man' Store.
Official Weather Report Fair.
385 Fine M. S. M.
Hand Tailored Suits
Ready to wear, that beats the made-to-measure
clothes at every point of com
parison. Every nifty stjle is here, in
cluding "Norfolks " Well, just compare
them with any tailored to order suits
you ever saw at $35 or $40, then you'll
see why we're so busy selling them
at $23 75
JIERE HBXT -WBRK
$20 Suits at $15.15
Our great moderate-price leader in Suits, that has astonished
this whole town The arrl honenl) worth $20, and they lok it,
too We're selhng hundreds of them at $15 15
The Biggest and Bet Stock in Washington
And if zee can't sate you $5 to $10 on your overcoat, uv don't
ask you to buy here.
MONErS WORTH OR MONEY BACK.
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Penn. Ave.
Dally Mats., All Seats, 10s. Evenings andSundaya, 10c and 20c
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL NEXT WEEK
I Rwer Dam
SHOW HEWER STOPS COHTiltBOBS, 1 TO 11 P. M. 1
3 .,,,,. 8TIEFP P1AJVO TJ3EP KXCLTJSrrKT Y j)
2315-2817 18th St.
Phono Columbia 88.
Wholesale and HetaiL
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
We erlrc Herald 855.000 contest Toln.
Order br "Dhone
AUa TBNVECSKE, flxo Bottle
2 The Shoomakor Co.
A, 13X1 13 Street X. TV,
Established 1883, PJuaae M. Usaso.
Sccnuor to IUskII Wan rarer Co.
We ele Herald (3400 contest Totes.-
Body of Veteran of Spanish-Amer
ican War on Way from
Information, hat been received by the
department commander. Department of
the District 'of Columbia, United Span
ish War Veteraw, that the body of
the lata MaJ 'John H. "Wholley. Second
United States Infantry, colonel of the
Flrat Washington Volunteer Infantry,
war with Spain, who died recently at
Fort Shatter, Territory of Hawaii, la
expected to reach San Francisco. CaL,
fin the tramport Thomas. The body 1(111
be aent to this city, arriving here about
November 32, 1912. for Interment In Ar
lington National Cemetery, with appro
priate military honors. The department
commander Js in receipt or resolutions
adopted by the George . Fortson Camp,
No. 3, Department of Washington and
Alaska, United Spanish War Veterans,
Seattle, wash , of which camp. Mai
Wholley was a member', expressive of the
sympathy of that camp, which resolu
tions will be forwarded to Mrs. Wholley
upon her arrival In the United States
It Is expected that a number of members
of the several camps of the United Span
ish War Veterans In this city who served
with MaJ Wholley In tbe regular estab
lishment and In the volunteer army will
attend the funeral services, which will
he held on or about November 20, 1912.
MaJ. Wholley was vary well known In
this city owing to tbe fact that prior to
taking station at Honolulu be was on
duty at the Army War College for a
number of years
MaJ Wholley was graduated from tbe
United States Military Academy In 1S30
and aRlgned to the Fourth In'antry.
Just prior to the outbreak of the war
with Spain be was on duty as Instructor
In military science and tactics at the
Unlerlty of the State of Washington,
and on the call for volunteers' was com
missioned by the Governor of that State
as colonel of the First Washington Vol
unteer Infantry In command of his reg
iment he sailed for tbe Philippine Islands
on October 27, 1S8S. and participated with
It In tbe engagements before Manila
February 4 and 5, 1S. San Pedro Macatl
February U, 15, 18, 17. IS. and 1, 1S99,
Ouadaloupe Church March 13, 183$,
Pateros March It, ISM, Tagulg March 15,
1S99 and In the capture of the town of
Paslg March M, 1829 He commanded the
First Brigade, first division Eighth
Armv Come, durinir the months of
April and May, 1639, and participated In
the operations or me nrsi aivuipn
Eighth Army Corps, under iaj aen
Henry W. Lawton He was recommend
ed for brevet of brigadier general for
distinguished gallantrl In action in front
of Manila F"bruary 5, 1S On August 17
1S93, after having been muitered out as
colonel. First Washington Volunteer In
fantry, be was appointed major Fort
flrst United States Volunteer Infantry.
and sailed for the Philippine islands
with the regiment on wovemoer in, jt
ir was Disced In command of the sub-
district of San Fernando, Pampanga, and
of the subdlttrlot of Guagua province of
Buluran. and took part In the numerous
attacks made by the Filipino Insurgents
on those subdlstrlcts. He was nnaujr
mustered out of the volunteer services
on July 3, 1901
C0TJET UPHOLDS BENEFITS.
Jnstlee Barnard Decides ABamai
Objections of Propert Owners.
An opinion setting eslde the objec
tions made by certain propertj owners
to the verdict of the commission In the
proceedings to condemn Willow Tree
Alley for park" purposes was handed
down yesterday by Justice Barnard
The commission awarded damages
amounting to S68.5o8.I4 and assessed
benefits in the sum of r2.C8.9i to which
property owners filed exceptions, the
court, however, holding that the ob
jections are without legal foundation.
The court further held that the law does
not provide for notice to persons whose
land Is condemned but that the twenty
days allowed for exceptions Is ample
protection of the rights of all parties In
terested ECHO OF WAQGAMAN CASE
Mrs. McC. Illne anil Son Iwnrded
a 12,2Sl.sr from Clarke K.tntr.
k Jry In Justice Wright s court j ea-
terda) returned a verdlc. for sums ag
gregate tiZ.2n.li In tl-J suit of Mrs
Mattle McC Illne and er son Robert E
Hlne. against the er-cutors of the estate
of Dr Daniel B Clarke.
The testimony brought out the fact that
Dr Clarke qualified as surety on the
bond of tbe late Thomas E vaggaman,
vho was appointed by the court as trus
tee, to sell certain property and turn the
proceeds over to Mrs Hlne and her son.
It was alleged that the money was not
paid prior to the bankruptcy proceedings
against Mr Waggaman, so the surety
was held liable
Mrs. Hlne. who had a life interest In the
property in question, was awarded
J4 553.07 by the Jury and her son wbo
owned the remainder of the estate was
awarded ?? 633.&1
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GET BEGULAB SALAEY.
Particular People Pairewze the
'Main Office ami Works
623 G Street N. W.
Ue sire Herald 35,0C9 contest votes.
aty "Vard Employes Not Granted
Extra Wages for Labor Day.
According to a ruling of tbe Comptroller
of the Treasury yesterday those per
diem Navy Yard employes who worked
last Labor Day get their regular salary
and nothing mpre. It it had been Jan
uary i. f eoruary. z Juiy , Memorial
Day, or Thanksgiving TJay thei would
get double, pay
The law specifically provides that all
employes who Work on the holidays
named shall receive double pay Con
gress failed to Insert Labor Day in the
list and that Is the cause of the discrimination.
The decision applies to all Navy Yard
employes. Government Printing Office,
Bureau of Engraving and Printing-, and
all other per. diem, employes of the government.
Bruce to Make Address.
Assistant Supt Bruce, of the public
schools, will deliver an address before-j
the Chrlstion Endeavor Society at the
Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church on
Sunday at 6, o clock Besides a selec
tion by the choir, a mandolin solo hy
Miss Katherlne Davldge and a vocal
solo by Miss Anna Murdock wUTforra
part of the programme for the evening
tetsier Ctitrles Miatatcr for Stacat Verses
Ittres Strtnth, Street Whirl tt 10 s. m. and 1-U
p. m. cUllr, ezena Boadir, '
Norfolk uj wiihtnitnn 8timbcat Campnr
iteuca from foot of Berenta Btnct for Old Point
Oomfcrt ssd Karfoa dillj at til p. m.
Cut tram Zlftnsta Btrwt and Mr York Artsai
rmr qnuter boa for mils atrtnee Zoo Put ssd
To Grut Fitls-TOihinftoo tsd Old Doolnlo
Ullroed cut rrerj f tv minutes tarn Thlrtj-llti
tnd M Btneta
To Mount VenJOo-WMhinrtm.VIrttak many
Cam erery hoor on the neut from V i. m, tola
tx. last oir Button ISJi StrrH and Pcssajlrtnla
Te Lnre of Paris."
Great I-reel feature jto-day Virginia.
Too, Cant Afford to Be Careleas
About the bread that goes on your table.
Get "Top-Notch Bread best Grocers.'
Men's Wonderful Shoe Values
Worn and recommended by thousands o Vyashington men in all walks of life
Government Clerks, Business and Professional Men, Policemen, Firemen, Mechanics.
If we could only take you into the factories and show you how "TRI-WEAR" Shoes are made WHAT
they are made oF-and prove to you that they actually COST MORE TO MAKE THAN ANY OTHER
SHOES SOLD ANYWHERE AT UNDER S5.00 THE PAIR-ttou would readily understand WHY
" Twice the Average Wear and Satisfaction"
Besides being THE Shoes for Mr. Good-dresser."
Shown in all the choicest Ten. Brown, Black, and Patent Leathert m all tht newest Young Man's, at wall as th
more coastrvauve shapes some of them extra heavy, with doable sola and leather or best drill lining. ,
40 Styles at 53.50. 20 Custom Styles at $4.00. For Boys at $2.00 and 52.50.
WM. HAHN & CO.'S ffl:
THREE RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES 233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
All Price Records Smashed
f In This Great Removal Sale !
Being compelled to acate our building within the next few weeks t are forced to make
slashing, imperative reductions on our entire stock Prices cut to the core of cost and below
to make a clean sweep of eerj garment in the quickest possible time From our necessity arises
an opportunity for monej-sawng on clothing of the most reliable quaht) entirety without a parallel
in this citj's clothing annals No thrifty clothes bujer can well ignore the appeal of these Re
moval Sale prices, which hae been marked down to a point hitherto unknown, in order to make
clearance absolute and final Don't allow this marvelous opportunity to pass b without taking
advantage of avings that mav never be equaled again'
Still Deeper Sacrifices on Overcoats!
Men's Heavv Winter-weight Overcoats, in black and grav ; full 50
inches long, well tailored and perfect fitting All mzcj Regular $10 (XT
$18 Overcoats $20 Overcoats I $25 Overcoats
$10.50 I $12.00 ; $14.50
Clean-up of All Men's Suits
MEN'S SUITS. tfr AH MEN'S SUITS, 01AAA
Worth up to S12.00 ipO.W i Worth up to $20.00 . . . . iff IU.UU
MEN'S SUITS. iC 7C MEN'S SUITS, 019 H
Worth up to $15.00 iPV.fO Worth up to $25.00.... ipl&OV
MEN'S SUITS. 7 Z( I MEN'S SUITS. 1 7C
Worth up to $16.50 .OU Worthup to $30.00.. .iPlO.O
MEN'S SUITS. Q 7C MEN'S SUITS. tgl C Sf
Worth up to $18.00 fflO.J , Worth up to $35.00.... iPlOW
Cor. 9th and E Sts.
men's and Boys7
Clothing and Furnishings
Four Complete Shows Daily .
THIS WEEK'S BIG FEATURE
Thr World'. Greatest Handcuff Kins;. First tlmr In V ashlngton
lalng- no Cablnrts. All Work on the Open Stag-
Tlir STVrdlsh V lol!nll,
HENRY and WOOD
Comeitr Musical Act.
HOWARD and ALMA
Character Slndnic Act
BONNER and MEEK
CLARENCE SISTERS AND BROTHER
In a nic Spectacular Singing; and Danelna; Melansrr, Tilth Novel
516 CONCERT SUNDAY
New Specialties. New Pictures.
3 to 10:30 Continuous, 10 and 20 Cts.
To the Lady
Turnlns In the largest number of votes In The Advo
cate's merchants and manufacturers' (25 000 contest
In The Washington Herald between the dates of No
vember 11 and November 23 (not later than 9 p. m.
on the latter date), we will nresent as a
- Special Award
A certificate from S SUversteln. ladles' tailor, 2467
Eighteenth Street Northweat. good for a 3B 00 tailor
made suit. The lady casting the votes need not be a
contestant, and the votes may be cast for any candi
date she may elect.
HERALD WANT ADS BRING, RESULTS.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
Wt Gin Votes in Th IlmU i SS 000 Contnt.
Per M. ... I
Four large pkgs.
Gold Medal Oats fort
12c cans Sauer H
Kraut, per can ,
15c bottles Catsup,
15c cans Herring
Roe, per can
s 25c cans Red Top
Asparagus, per can..
Fancy large Lem
ons, per dozen
3 dozen boxes
Safety Matches for..
Large New, Fat
Onions, per peck....
3 cans Salmon
50c Tea, any
kind, per IB"
3 loaes Star of
the East Bread for. .
4th and H Sts. N. E.
19 IN ALL
1 The Garden 1
423 Slli Street X. W.
Con tin nous, oon to 11 p
519 Sevenih Street Northwest)
WM. AIREY. ManaiJ
Frpsh him Rverv Day '
We site Herald 92SJ00O renin! Totes.
ZENITH THEATER B
715 8th St. S. E. H
Where comfort and content- H
3 merit reign supreme.
4 Hew Reels Each Day f
MOVING PICTBRE THEATER
SZfl'ennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS
OPEN AT 6 30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION -5c
W. Gin TMn In Th Uerald RK CwtnL
Coolest Theater in Town.
New Feature Films.
W Cltt ToJe. la Tb Hmld &0 Ccntm.
Fine Dlampoda and Witchp. EsUbJVKd 1CS.
Gents' Solid Gold Chains
THE -WU.DEJIAU tST CHVIS is now
til roost PTOtlar and atjllsh Mm m Chain. Act
ralrtNr auitrd for oneness or drrvi. J I ST IlE
CEID OUU HOL1IIVV bSOIlTMtT of
handmne Una and ret patterns m SOLIO
lidlD. AN IDEAL OUT HLI.l EsTlOV JX)R
XIA Uara ronr wlrttion 1 LSEItVED ON
A bMALL DEPOSIT ITlOM TT rraaooible.
JEYVELEK AND 81M EltSSIlTH
823 C 81. M. W. Phons M. 4243-Y
We ziwc iieraia ku,wu conicsi totcs.
. FLOOR PRESERVATIVE
F. STEW ART,1st&M Sis.
TT Ghi Vete In Taa Dmld a taLOBS Contrc.
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236 E St. N. E. Phono L. 497
Wc Giie Votrt In Tbs UriM a SS.00O Cost.
Try Our Homemade Chocolates
25c and 40c Pound.
All kind of fancr boxes.
We taxa Chnatmai erdn for chuxrAr. Son
dr Kbonla. In tredal rrlcn VU Mnda o
bot and cod drlnka.
0S4 Dth St. .. W
1203 11 St. N. E. '
W e tlTe Herald SZS.000 eontest Tetesw
Fine Confectionery, Chocolates,
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We Hire Herald tXMMO contest votea.
Is my price for a mans high-grade,
suit I-button single-breasted high
cut vest, medium peg- pants
437 Seventh St. S. W. -
We sire Herald tZSJMO content votes