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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1912.
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THE MAN'S STORE. Official Weather Report-yFaif.
The Man's Store Is the Home 6f
the Man's Overcoat
We show more Overcoats, and we sell more Over codts, than any. .
three houses in Washingtdn because we sell beiter Overcoats for
less money than-were ever offered before in the District. You are
the judge. See our - r
OVERCOATS AT $15.15 TO $40
We ask' you, can you match any of them elsewhere at $Sto$10more? ;
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Saturday's Suit Selling Was the Biggest Business
We Have Ever Done at the Man's Store.
Those Fine Hand-tailored
M. S. M. Suits at . .
Are Wonderful Values Every Man Who Buys One Sends His Friends.
Another Big Shipment of Hundreds of CflC IE
Those Fine $20 Suits at iplJ.lO'
This Is" the Record of Clothing Value the Biggest Money's Worth in Washington.
'MONEYS WORTH OR MONEY BACK
ID. J. KAUFMAN. SSL.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
Ws Git. Votes in Ths nasld's CS.O0O Contest,
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
1 236EStN.E Phono L. 497
1T Che Vctr. la TIM Benld's S3.0M Ocrstsst.
CBtep filMnr hihv rtUerts dinflrnff. snofhss, .
LCsrttr's Laboratory Co.
308 F ST. M. t t
A. SOT IICX DUWUiM. jni& &
Onr lshel ledeenucl ta (2,000 contest tor Q
aos rote for esea xesnr nmsestsd ta th
retail ssJ flea.
Wt Clio Veto la Ths UaMt fsjm Coolest.
Dally Mats. All Seita, 10c. Evenings and Sundays, lOo and 20c
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
inqecs i itw.wu
I Riw Ctan&
SHOW SEWER STOPS COr.TIKt.01S, 1 TO 11 P. ft).
STTEFF P1AJTO USED EXCLTJSIVKI.V.
HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS;
MO COST WOO
Auditor' lointi Out DisorepaBOyi
that Majr, Prove Ccstly to
' District Government
Through an, error In the current
undry-clvll act. th"e Dlatrtct of Colum
bia, hu been ordered to pay the aura
of tSt.'OOO more than waa Jiiatlfled into
the Federal ,Treaiury, aocordlng; to the
annual report of Tlatrlet, Auditor Alon
zo Tnreedale. aubmltted to the Commla
The Item In which the overcharge
ocsura' proTldea that there ahall be
tranaferred from the rerenuea of the
District ta the United State, begin
ning- with the flaeaJ year 1B1J. the aum
of 7,5J.OJ to reimburse- the United
State the amount due on account of
one-half of the per capita, cost.of main
tenance of the ltidla-ent Insane patlenta
at the Government Hospital for the
Insane in excess of the number charged
to and paid for by the District during
the year 18S1 to llHtncluslTa."
In pointing out the eTror, the audi
tor's report reads:
"In' part two. page 1UJ. of the hear
Inr on the sundry civil bllL is set forth
a letter from the disbursing offloer of
the jaovemment Asylum for the In
sane containing a statement of the
amounts purported to be due the
United States by the District of Colum
bia, for the support of the Insane."
"This statement show a total sum
due of l.m,07MS. The letter of the
disbursing officer goes on to say that
one-hatf of this sum. or I7JJ.C9. is
reimbursable from the District of Co
lumbia." One-half of )Ms,0T2.1 Is T19,Ss.0.
according to the auditor, who, there
fore, cllls attention In his report to an
overcharge of 150,00.
In treating of the deficiency in the
police and firemen's pension fund the
auditor states th&t unless some reme
dial Initiation Is obtained the deficien
cy will probably amount to 150,000 by
the close of the fiscal year 1913.
The total debt of the District June
30. 19ir, the report states, was 110,-340,190.67.
TO PUNISH AUT0ISTS.
Rrrklra Drivers Xo( to Get Off by
Hereafter autolsts rampant, with bad
cases of "dementia celerltatls," who gen
erally add to the trials and tribulations
of worthy citizens whose only falling
is that they do not own autos, must an
swer for their sins In Police Court.
MaJ Richard Sylvester, superintendent
of police, has arisen as protector of the
poor and bulwark to the oppressed. The
major Is determined to protect those who
sull find walking good exercise.
Forfeiture of 5 and CO will no longer
be considered sufficient punishment for
reckless driving. The motorists hereafter
will be forced to stand trial In Police
Court No exception are to be made
to this order, the major has Instructed
DESIGNS FOE MEM0EIAIS.
Metal from Blaine to Be Made Tnto
Assistant Secretary of the Navy Wln-
throp will In a few days (Ire his approval
to one of a number of designs submitted
to him by prominent sculptors for a me
morial tablet to be made of metal from
the battleship Main. By act of Con
gress, the Navy Department was author
ized to take all the metal from the Maine
not available for ether ourceses and have
tablets made for distribution among pa
triotic societies and the men ho were on
the Maine when she was destroyed at
Havana or their famines and relatives
Mr. 'Wlnthrop's request for designs for
such a tablet has met with a generous
response, and these are now, under con
sideration by the Assistant Secretary and
the Fine Arts Commission.
It Is estimated that there Is enough
brass and bronze scrap from the wreck
of the Maine to make about 1.300 of these
tablets Thev will be sold at cost to an-
detle and Individuals qualified to receive
Children the Beneficiaries.
The children of Mrs Caroline R. Godey
are the beneficiaries named In her will
dated July 3, 1211 which was filed In Pro
bate Court yesterday. A house and lot
in Mount Pleasant Is left to Mrs. Alberta
Inness and also an equal share with her
brother Edward M. Cook In the property
at Fourteenth and T Street Northwest
and the personal estate at Ulster County,
N. T. John C. Cook Is given an Improved
lot In Fourteenth Street on the condi
tion that he give his brother. Jesse Cook,
JZO0O. Hatch Cook, of BaiUmore. Is given
only tlO, and the residue of the estate
Is left to John C. Jesse, and Edward M.
Cook and Mrs. Alberta Inness.
Thompson to Take Oath.
Carmi A Thompson, of Ohio, now sec
retary to the President, will be sworn In
on Tuesday next as United State Treas
urer, succeeding Lee McClung, who re
signed several days ago as a result of
friction with Secretary MacVeagh Charles
D. Hllles, chairman of the Republican
NaUonal Committee, will return to his
former post as secretary to the President
a soon as he is aoie to close out tne ar
ftlrs of 'the committee.
II.H. trfswal n.nni.tlii,.
cn vtnn rrntlnn inri nil Hni.fs1
functions. Estimates given. Gude, 1214 F
Wireless Working Well.
While there are sUll some changes be
ing made In the equipment of the new
wireless station at Arlington, the appa.
ratus has been In almost dally use since
Us Installation, and the officers in charge
say It Is giving satisfaction. Mesages sent
from the new station have been received
in Sijn Diego. Cat, and Kansas City has
oeen reacnea ncw uujcb.
The Most Attractive Floral Effect for
weddings ana lea, ananer, i.in e l.
Adjudged nf Unsound Mind. ,
On a verdict In the Supreme Court of
the District yesterday that Dr. Abram P,
Fardon. seventy-seven J ears old. Is of
unsound mind, the estate, amounting to
about 3100,009 In property and securities
was placed in the bands of the Washing'
ton Loan and Trust Company as trustee.
MMm audi litraletter for Mooat Vsnes
tarts Serenth Stnet fThtrf it 19 . n. and 1SI
p. m. diEr, except Boaou.
Norfolk and WiiWnxton BteuBbott Cocspujl
stumers mm toot oc smma ram lor uu petal
Dmfort nl Nottoll dtilT it Ifl H .
Can from rutetsta Htnet sod Mew Tone ansa
twiy Qnirtrr bosr for nitn cstnscs Zoo Put ssd
Cberr Cbsss. 1
19 Orest FsHsWssMattoa sad Old Doealaloct
Banned esn trtxT ftw nfcratss tram TMrtj-slxta
sad M atissts. .
To Monnt Vernon Wsshlastoo-Vnxlala Bsfivar.
Csza -eray bour on th bear from 10 a. bl to 3 p.
m., last car. Station 12th Stmt snd Pronsjlrssia
"Pitman aad Gregg Menperaph,
Bestxmets snd speed. cUssca. The Driller.
. ( '
. S3 Shew. Be.
' Steaosrraphyv Tipemltlag. Eacllah,
BoiistM mi unl Berjlco nones, She UriUcry.
5o Every Day but Sunday AH Seats, 5o
10c 3 P. M. GotitiMOHrto T0:30 10c
CHILDREN, 00 MATINEE.
Gertie Van Dyke
Queen of the Plains
The COW GIRL PRIMA DONNA,
PISANO AND BINGHAM,
Dialect Character Comedy Duo
In Songs, Harmony, Music and Comedy
THE USUAL GOODPICTURES.
GARDEN STRING ORCHESTRA
EXTRA FINE SHOW TO-DAY
H MAJESTIC m
1 to 5
Week Nov, 18
7 to 11
30P R ETT Y30
ar girls m
AND COMEDIANS IN A
Merry Musical Melange
4 Big Vaudeville Acts 4
4 Reels Latest Moving Pictures 4
AMATEURS, FRIDAY NIGHT
Country Store, Wednesday Night
10c A ,Oliyis 7th &
Four Complete Shows Daily
THIS WEEK'S BIG FEATURE
The Werld'a Greatrnt Handenff Kins;. First time In Washington.
Lain; no Cabinets. Ml Work on the Open Maae.
HILDA PETERSONI HOWARD and ALMA
The Svredlsn Violinist.
Comedy Musical Act.
Character Singing Act.
HENRY and WOOD BONNER and MEEK
CLARENCE SISTERS AND BROTHER
la a Dig Spectacular Sinclair end Dsnrlng Melange, with ovel
BIG CONCERT TO-DAY
New Specialties. New Pictures.
3 to 10:30 Continuous. 10 and 20 Cts.
"THE HOME OF THE PIPE ORGAN"
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
PATHE'S STUPENDOUS SPECTACLE
"First Tim In Wsahlngton"
THE GROTTO OF TORTURE
Jl marvelous, mystic story of India and the myatrrlr of the Hindoo
pj-.-.j Temole. A. wonderful rescue from the bidden grotto with Ha
itrange gnnrdlans. Elephants, Leopards, Crocodiles, and Snakes. Thrill
ing, marvelous, astounding. ,
WITH 3 OTHER NEW PICTURES. BAILY, 16 A. M. TO II P. H.
Is my price for a man's high-grade
suit. 2-button, single-breasted high
cut vest, medium peg pants
437 Seventh St- S. W.
We give Herald g3S,000onteat oten
' 20 for
c Worth WOW.
CaJIlM PbUHCJ, S.wT0rrSkAv.?.N.W.
' We srfv Herald g23.000 contert vote.
Teschen in Frroeh secular schools mil (a oa
strito tor btjhtt py. .
Try Our Homemade Chocolates
25c and 40c Pound.
All kind, of fiorjr boxes.
, W take Chrlsunss orders for churches. Son
dir schools, IntrcU! pricn. All Urals oi
hot sal coolrlnsi.
024 Oth St. X. V.
1203 II St. V. E.
We clie Herald 823.000 contest votes.
1401 H STREET H. E.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
P. O, Station S5. Tet. I 1133.
Bchool Supplies. Magazines. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
, .WsCrr, MtsaXas Uenld's P.0t Costtit,
Fir Yoir Breakfast
MADE from the choicest
parts of the pig, in
cluding the hams.
NOT a new product, but
one that has pleased
palates of Washington
people for 35 ears. One
H.Asstii Provision Go.
623 I Street S. W.
W Giro Tot In Tht HenUd's JS 001 CoctaaC.
Roasted In a
Is Perfection In Cooking
Latest Idea in Range Design
Protective Oten Plate.
Three Styles of Base.
Polished Steel Shelf or Closet.
Right or Left Oien.
Portable or Set to Heat Above
Water Heater If Desired.
Sample Range at Contest Head
quarters. 714 13th St. N. W
Complete Line of Ranges at
W. S. JENKS & SOS,
Stoves & Banzas. 723 7th SL li. W.
W Gin Votes In The Basil's S3 COO Count,
I Improve z
I Your Eyesight i
Defective Mion hould be
1 remedied at once Let us fit X
ou with the glasses -ou
t A. 0. HUTTERLY, I
732 7th St. N. W. Main 3298.
We give Herald S23.000 contest vateavw
ityl'1'11 Hiitti H 4 1
Enomsor to niniell Will rsrrr Co.
We aive Herald ga.'MrOO contest vote.
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY, Manage.-
Fresh Films Every Day
We srlve Herald feXMKM) contest vote.
ZEH5TH THEATER J
715 8th SLS. E.
Wliere comfort and content- g
ment reign supreme. g
4 New Reels Each Say
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave.S.E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
COOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P.KI.
W, Olt. Voces ta Th. BmVi 53.00 Contest.
Contest Theater in Town.
New Feature Films.
i Tots ta The BcnVTs S3.00S Costnt.
ts difflflilt ta nut DrrisetlT siul frt.M
W Olt. Vote, ta fas n .nil's IS.X CoM
7i l-ormds X tnnxstcn IU frmush jj Xoc
sboiit Kl,Ke uKssdocentlisip et.tv
Rftu' "3&L&. ! hXSS
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