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.THE WASHINGTON HERALD. 'SUNDAY. NOVEMBER-17, ' 1912.
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30S-W.Adnat. Dapt. Sf( CHICAQO
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phone Main 1031.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
'If It's a Button We Hae It."
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A Sharp Saving!
$L25, $L50, asd
$2 50 Razors . . .
The lery flne.t gradts raiors
that have a keen edge and keep It.
sacrificed to make room for new
W. T.& F. B. WEAVER
1208 Wisconsin Ave. N.W
Phone W. E7.
At give Herald SS5.000 coateat Tote.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Pen'n. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ELDO.
w Gil. Teta. la Tk. Bnil StCO Coertaa,
At the top. on the left la Mrs. Laura i candidate to succeed herself to that of-
Cla, of Lexington. K'. who Is one of I lice. At the bottom. In the center. Is
the candidates in the three-cornered I Miss Jane Addams. who has been pro-
fleht for the association s presideno posed for the prejldencj b the radical
On the right Is Dr. -Anna Howard Shan, element of the association. At the bot
present president of the association, and ' ton. on the left. Is Mrs O "II P Bel-
munt. the "angel ' of American suffrage,
who Is regarded as a possible dark
horse in the presidential fight. On the
right Is the Baroness on Sultrier, who
a 111 be one of the prlrdpal speakers
during the contention.
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Old Misonie S&F J V
Lxdloc Opticians for. Orrr a 0.nr-
ter of a Ceatnrr
Ocollsta' Preaerlptloaa Filled
wc C1t. Vote, is Tb. Boild a (a,xg Cocta.
Suffragists Face Factional
Fight in Annual Convention
I SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
H Service and comfort out of a
S pair of shoes that we have soled
K and heeled by our efficient and
SHOE MFG. & REPAIR CO., Inc.
H -Work called for and delivered.
Phone M. 1S10.
Works: 463 11 lh Si. R. W.
STVeslTe Herald 23.000 contest votes.
Sue the labels. Good for 5 votes In
S 000 contest.
If yon rrant to -sell 7our aatlqnes. .r
If you are collectlas aatlqoea, this Is
1217 Eye St. 31 S2JI-M.
We give Herald SZ5400 coateat votes.
Philadelphia No IS. A fight that may
rock the suffrage ship from peak to
kael when the delegates to the fort)
fourth annual contention of the Na
tional Woman's Suffrage Association
comene their fle dajs convention here
on November 51 has been brewing for
some time In the ranks of that party
That this fight would be as bitter as
the early reports Indicated, was further
made plain to4la) when the advance
guard of the suifragists made their ap
pearance and Immediately began to cir
culate among the local crusaders for
equal rights with propaganda upon the
two moot questions that hae arisen to
face the conventionlsts the selection of
a new president and the excoriation of
those suffragists wtlo allied themseles
with the National Progressive Part) In
the late political fight
Miss Jane Addams the storm center
of the attacks of those who decried the
alliance of suffrage with the Bull Moose
party, has arisen In a new role to com
plicate matters. Her adherents have
proposed her for the presidency and
have been actively working for her de
spite the fact that It has been an open
question whether or not she would ac
cept this position.
Active preparations, however, have
been set afoot looking toward the
presentation of her name at the coming
convention. The coterie who hae this
matter In charge hae bedT termed radi
cals by the Ida Hnsted Harper con
tingent, who hae steadily advanced
American suffrage through their con
servative practice and creed
The candidate whom the consen atl es
have selected Is Dr Anna Howard Shaw,
the present president of the national as
sociation Dr Shaw has become very
popular with suffragists throughout the
United Slates, particularly with that fac
tion which had stood so stronclt for non-
partisanship In politics. This contingent I
I. h.V h. twm " If T n-1 !
whose conversion to the cau.e of equal
rights was made upon this creed, and
Mrs Ida Husted Harper, the historian of
the American suffrage movement
It was further manifest to-day that the
fight for the presideno would develop
Into a three-cornered affair, with Mrs
Laura Clay as the third entrant. Mrs
Cla has long been prominent In suffrage
circles, and has on several occasions
been talked of as a possible head for the
nother woman much talked of for the
presidency Is Mrs Belmont herself Mrs
Belmont has long been the angel ' of
the suffrage movement, and her admirers
sa that she would be chosen by accla
mation should she give evidence of wish
ing to asume the duties of the office
An occasion for particular rejoicing
will be the celebration of the admission
of fonr new States to the little band
of territorial divisions now allied with
suffrage The new States In .which the
voters declared for suffrage on Novem
ber 5 are Kansas, Michigan. Oregon,
Arizona These together with the six
States In which women are alreadv en
franchised, bring the total number of
suffrage States up to ten
mong the speakers who have been
chosen to address tbe delegates are Ru-
dolph Blankenburg. major of Philadel-,
phla, Mrs Lllen H E. Price, president
of the Pennsvlvanla Woman Suffrage'
Association. Mrs James Lees Laldlaw.
Miss Jane Addams, James Lees Laldlaw,
Jesse Lnch Williams, Mrs O II P
Belmont, Oare Thomas, president of
Brjn Mawr College, and many others
The election of officers has been sched
uled for November 13
-'Back to-Eegimests 'Due ,
to Uew law.
In accordance, wljh a law passed . the
last session of Congress, many changes
among army officers xrilrarbe made,' be
tweesanow and December IS. The law In
auestlon provides that no army, officer
sliall be absent from his post with his
company for more than two years' out of
It Is estimated at the War Department:
that moro than 1.0C0 officers of the 'service
will be affected by the transfers that
must be ordered If the terms of the, law
are to be compiled with. It Is further es
timated that the transferring of these of
ficers from their present places of duty to
treir regular posts will cost tjie depart
ment not less than tSO.000
. Borne of the most Important changes
will take place at the Military Academy
at West Point, Men of the army. with
a natusal bent for Instruction have been
detailed to West Point from time to
time, and a large part of the present
teaching force at the Academy will have
10 oe transierrea. secretary Htlmson
and Advocate General Crowder have
long sought an interpretation of the law
by which these men of talent could be
retained at West Point, but both have
reached the conclusion that no such In
terpretation can be put upon the statute,
and that the Instructors, as well as men
dealled to other Important positions In
Washington and elsewhere will have, to
pack off to barracks and field to enter
service with their commands.
MaJ Gen. Wood has expressed the
opinion that It would have been much
better If the law, so far as West Point
Is concerned, could have not gone Into
effect until after the end of the scholas
tic year, but the changes will now heve
to be made In the middle of the year,
probably to th hurt of the claeses In
the MllltJiy Academy It Is not a ques
tion of ability of other officers to In
struct the youth at the Academs, but
one .lurrly of changing experlenc-d men
for new ones In the middle of a school
About three-fourths of the officers of
the army will have to be relieved of I
pre.ent duty and others assigned to their
places, fresh from the active service It
Is a condition which the heads of the de
partment greatl) deplore
In addition to the West Point men
there will be leaving .from the General
KtRff. I. Quartermaster's. C7. Signal Corps,
IS, Coast Artlllen Service. 13, Armj
Service School, C, Mounted Service
School. 14. military attaches and from
foreign mllltan schools, 12. School of
Musketr). 9. mllltla dut). 28, college duty, .
22. recruit" duty. 21. aids de camp. 1..
regimental and artillery staff officers. 209.
and miscellaneous. 71.
SHOOT'S TAETFF VIEWS.
Senator Iteed Smoot who Is the Re
publican leader in the Senate on tariff
matters, declared vesterdav that the
Democratic part had undertaken a big
Job In preparing for a revision of the
tariff at an extra session of Congress
But I think It Is Jut as well, said
Senator Smoot. who returned to Wash
ington Frldaj. 'that the countrv have
matter over as soon as possible I
look to see a ver long special session
The Democrats will not be able to pass
free sugar bill of that I am abso
lute!) sure The will not have a largo
majorlt) In the Senate and that Is
where they will have their trouble The
new Senator from Colorado Mr Shaf
roth. In my Judgment, will not vote for
free sugar I am not so certain about
Is colleague. Mr Thomas. He might
ote for a free sugar bill But It Is I
certain that neither of the Louisiana I
representatives will vote for free sugar.
and I oelleve that there are other Sena-1
tors on the Democratic side that will
take the same view
"W hile I am not prepared to speak i
poMtlvelv that the Democrats will not
be able to pass a free wool bill, as 1 1
have done with respect of their free
sugar bill It Is mv Judgment that the
will not be able to pass their free wool
Senator Smoot has Just returned from
1'tah. where he has been through the'
strenuous campaign In support of Prest-,
DEER HEAD, 10c
. 'Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
GoodlFor 5 Votes.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
Votes Also Given on AH Purchases Made at Above Store.
People- who want the best come
here for helr dlnlnc tables We
show hundreds of handsome exten
sion stables In quartered oak. early
English, fumed oak. and mahogany.
We Illustrate a fine quartered oak
extension table, reduced from $19 00
Herald Contrataata. vttrntlnn: Those who enter the contest from
now on must register their names. with us wl tiln two weeks after entry
to be eligible for the Parlor Suite which we are going to give to the
winner of the SS.000 house and lot
Lansborgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
Wc Give Votes in The Herald's $23,000 Contest
TARIFF PLANS CONTINGENT.
On Control of e
at the Dei
HUNDREDS CROWD INTO
OFFICES OF ADVOCATE
Large Packages of Votes and Mediums of Exchange
in The Herald's $25'000 Contest Pour Into
Thirteenth Street Headquarters.
GENERAL FBRMSMIHQ STORE
Everything for father, mother, and
the children. "
3304 Ca. Ave. Col. 1334.
CH roar toU. he. la HenJd CKS Cbslot
FLOOR PRESERVATIVE ..
VTa Gtr. Vote la Tb Bosld SAOOVCoatrtt.
Lcolin for qiaUrjr TV. bin it.
nquuemrot of house sod laistnttn.
tu. ivtc.iaiiai am amateur tne.
Low. Bros. Hifh SUndud.
DE MAINE & CO.
31 S SI V w
Wa Qtn Votes la TO. BeriM . (3,09 CCattat.
Fresh Meats and Provisions.
noma Dressed Poultry and Gam In
' Season. .
901 U St. N.W. ftMeg;W7
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered,
ft Cit. Volts la IMBmBi tS.03) Cssuat.
Hundreds of persons yesterdav throng
ed the headquarters of The Washington
Herald's RS00O contest, TH Thirteenth
Street Northwest. Nearly every one who
entered carried large packages of votes
and mediums of exchange. The special
two-weeks voting offer was the cause
of the large attendance
The Advocate's large staff of assistants
was kept busy from opening time until
the closing hour receiving votes, count
Ing mediums of exchange, recording de
posited votes, explaining various points
about the contest, and showing visitors
through the building Bundle after
bundle of mediums of exchange was
L brought in by contestants. There were
labels, wrappers, trade marks, milk and
cream bottle top, butter cartons, flour
bags and barrel tops, cigar bands, candy
boxes, bottle caps, and many other
kinds of mediums of exchange passed
over tbe counter
After depositing their votes, the con
testants lingered long enough to in
spect the awards on dlsplaj on the sec
ond and third floors. Many of them
made purchases at the booths on the
first floor of the building Kverv one
seemed happv and the same old Joyous
spirit which was ro evident on the day
or the opening of the contcu home was
Many of those who visited the building
expressed their appreciation of the as.
founding offer of tbe Advocate. Two
special awards are to be given tp the
persons securing the greatest number of
votes during the period from November
11 to November 23. To the man casting
the largest 'number will be given a cer
tificate from the establishment of Leo
Davis, Tmerchant tailor, 730 Thirteenth
Street Northwest, good for a $3 suit
of clothes, to be made to order. To the
woman casting' the biggest vote will bo
given a certificate from the establish
ment of &TSilversteliWadIes' tailor. 2167
Eighteenth Street Northwest, good for
a JS tailor-made suit.
All votes. In order to be counted in
this secondar) contest. mu;t be deposit
ed at the contest home by 9 o clock on
the evening of Saturdav, November 2X-
There are hundreds of contestants en
tered in The Heralds !2a,O0O competi
tion and practically all of them are
striving diligently to win one of the two
awards In the secondar contest. It Is
to the advantage of every contestant
and his friend to work for the special
contest awards. Those who do not win
the suits of clothes will certalnlj lose
nothing In fact, they will gain much
They will place themselves higher on
the list of contestants, because of the
zealous work during the two weeks'
A total of 2o0 awards will be given
awa to the winners of the gigantic
contest at Its close, about March 1.
Many of these awards are on display at
the contest home In Thirteenth Street.
Thej are well worth Inspecting
Assassin Secretly Burled.
Madrid. Nov. IS. Manuel Pardlnaa Zar-
late, the joung anarchist who assassin
ated Premier Canalejas and then coni
mitted suicide, was secretly buried to
dav. The place of hurial was not reveal
ed Thero was no demonstration
STEEL TRUST HEARING.
Testluiou? to Be Continued Here
NeTt rnenda Mnrnlnir,
The taking of testlmonv in the dis
solution suit of the Federal government
against the InUed States Steel Cor
poration will be resumed In this city
on Tuesday morning The hearings will
be held In the I'nlted States Commerce
Court chambers In the Southern Build
ing Dr Francis Walker, Deputv Com
mlssloner of Corporations, will be the
first witness Dr Walker was engaged
in the Investigation of the Steel Trust
made bv the Bureau of Corporations
Several other witnesses will also be
heard The hearings will probably last
lor three Or four dJvs. The government
will be rpprsented-.b Jacob -M Dickln1
ton, former Secretary of War, and As
sistants Colton and Corneau. Messrs
Llnddbur) Reed, Severance, and Boil
ing will appear for the Steel Corpora
tion Mr Dickinson expects that the
presentation of the government's case
will be completed within the next few
Hearing' will be held in Philadelphia
and New Jork before the-Steel attornevs
begin submitting their i case
liner AlreeUeill .Paueagrn "i.vril.
Buenos A res. Nov IS. The British
Un?r Oravla, bound for Valparlaso, has
been wrecked in the Falkland Islands,
according to a wlreles message recejved
I ere to-dai All passengers were rescued.
The Falkland Islands lie In the South
Atlantic off the southeastern coast of Ar-gtntlna
Democratic plans to revise the tariff
are contingent somewhat on the com
plexion of the Inited States Senate As
things now stand, the Democrats expect
to be In control of the Lpper House If
so the will propose a general reviion
of the Pa ne-Aldrlch law In one bill If
they are h of a majontj In the Senate
the Democrats maj provide for revision
In a series of bills as was done at the
last session The Democrats excused the
' popgun bills on the ground that as the
Senate and the President were politicall
hostile. It was hopeless for them to at
temDt a eenerul revision of the t triff
Therefor? the proposed partial revlion
of the schedules that the believed were
unpopular with the people W 1th the
Senate against them the Democrats sa
that It would hardl be poslb!e to pass
through a bill providing for a complete
overhiullng of the tariff law
At present the Democrats believe thev
will be In the majority In the t-enate
after March 4 next A death among the
Democrats at this time would make an
equal division between the two parties,
counting the Progressives as Republi
cans, thus giving 'v Ice President Marshal
the opportunity to cast deciding votes art
all part questions. The situation in
I Tennessee appears to be chaotic A -j
(hough the Democrats carried the Leg -tature
In that State the fat t on mi '
find It impossible to reach an agreement
for the election of a Democratic Senatcr.
Such an outcome In Tennessee might se -ouslj5
interfere with the plans of the
To S(Dd Children
V child .tudv liboraorv a been r--taled
In the Georgetown 1 erstj Hos
pital It is under the iharge ' Dr I.
Perc Hickllng with Dr P C.lueck D-.
J J MadigJn and Mis Margaret Stew
irt as assistants There the p.vrholog"
las well as the phv slologv f the child wl 1
be carefullv studied A illnlc will be hed
ever 'aturda from 10 to 11 o clock and
Wednda from 2 to 3 olock Par
ticular studv will be given the children
who show tendencies different from their
fejlows In school Mental deficifnev sa
the phslcinns is often caused bj Insuffi
cient nutrition or unhealthful conditions
v f Club to llcnr Lecture.
An Illustrated lecture on "Preparing
en Adv ertlsemtnt Character" will be
given by the "vashlngtn Ad Club," un
der the supervision of the educational
committee, at the regular meeting of
the club to-morrow night at 8 o'clock.
The assembly hall on the third floor of
the (southern Building will be used for
this lecture, which will afford filenty of
room Accordingly, members have ar
ranged to bring all their friends who
may be Interested No admission will-be
charged and every one who seeks light
on advertising Is welcome
Your Druggist Stops That Itch
If ou are suffering' from Eczema, j cool and heal the Itch, burning- skin.
I'sonasis, or any otner kind of akin as nothing else can.
itwuujB, urup mtu uur aiorjior instant.
GREAT REMODELING SALE
To Neglect This Great Sale Is to Pay Twice
Too Much for Your Clothes
This is the leader bale which attracted so niucli intercut and faorable tonimcnt lor the pat few
weeks of our Great Remodeling Sale.
The idea behind the reduction is purelj and simply to make room for the builders when thej
begin operations on the remodeling of our new how window We are perfecth frank about this
sale REASON as we are about all our statements for wc wish our sales to be as represented
of our square deal pohc.
relief. "We -will guarantee, you to stop
that itch In two seconds. .,
We havesold other remedies for skin
troubles, but none that we could recom
mend as highly as this, a-mild' wash of I
,OII of' Wlntersreen-Thymol -and-a-few-
other ingredients that-have wrought
such wonderful cures all over the coun
try This compound Js known as DDD
Prescription- for Eczema, and it will
A 50c bottle, will prove In
Of course all other-druggists have
DDD Prescription go to them If you
can't corne to us--but doiCt accept
some Dig-pront substitute.
But if you, come to our-store.-we are
so certain, of-tf hat "RD TV-will do for
ou that we offer ou a full size bottio
on this' guarantee--ff-you do, not find
that It takes away the Itch AT ONCE it
costs you not a ccatrJe.a. ODonnelL
ONE-THIRD OR MORE SAVING
The selection consists of over 2,000 designs and weacs lorevcrv service Business, dress, travel,
and storm wear. The fabrics comprise vicunas, meltons, kersevs, velours, worsteds and chinchillas,
and we will make them up in the regular oercoat stvle or the new English raglan, just as you
fvercoats thai were $20,
$22.59, and $25. Sale Price
Overcoats that were $27.50, C&i T RA
$30,$32.5D,&$35. SalePrice u&U
The selection consists of oer 2,000 designs and weaves of cvtn conceivable texture and color
ing, such as wines, gravs, blue, blue gravs, oxfords, and all the predominating shades for this
fall and winter season.
Suitings that were $17.50, $20,3 -fl C ff
Suitings thalwere$27.50,$30, fl "9 CA
fr 1 m m'0tJ
$22.59, and $25. Sale Price, W S32.50, and $35. Sale Price
Now Is the Time to Order that Thanksgiving Suit and Overcoat, and
Come While the Selection Is Large.
MAX NEEDLE & CO. !
MAKERS OF GOOD CLOTHES
47 Seventh Street N. W.
Via Clre Votes In Tbe ltrttTs VSff Contest