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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY,. NOVEMBER 18, 1912. - -
THE. MAN'S STORE
Cffidal Weather Report-Fair
Is our price for
the finest line of
that ever came, to Washington
Buits that the best tailors in Amer
ica can't begin to duplicate at $35
Money'sJVorth or Money Back"
. D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave,
A cozy chair, a
clever story, and a
Ah there's solid com
fort for you. The rich,
mellow flavor of this
favorite beer will be a
revelation to you Phone
for a case of Imperial
Export Beer to-day.
- 24 Bottles, $1.25
An additional charge of 50c Is
made, which will be refunded on
return of bottles.
At Your Dealer's or
Phone L. 254
Established 1IT. Tel North 1I1L
1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Mads for Ixts and
Washington. D. C Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery Lots Bought. Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
Best Service Guaranteed
All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderate
A Sharp Saving!
$1.25, $1.50. axd
$2.50 Razors . . .
The ey finest grades razors
that have a keen edge and keep it.
Sacrificed to make room for new
1208 Wisconsin Ave. H.W.
Phone W. ST.
Ve give Herald C5,000 contest votes
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
lIETHOPOr-ITAN HOTEL BLDO,
tTe Glra Votaa la Taa Herald 0.00 Cents.
JUST TASTE THEM!
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We give Herald 825,000 contest votes.
LCerttr's Laboratory Co. a
jos P ar u. ml L.
. aik for Carter a Shampoo Craa.
0 Oar label redeemabl. la (2.000 conta lor Q
ens rot. for cadi jennj xapreaeotad la taa
null aala price.
Wa Glra Votes la Tb Berftl a E3.0D9 Cootsat.
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
When Ten ma a remedy firt one that ccctalsa 2CO
MEBCURT. It la safest Fifty reus aocceaa la
hack of MALT'S BHEUUATIO KEMEDY. Jsat
try It. It la a tro remedy EOe per botUa.
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. N.W.
W Qlta Votes in Tha licrald a K3.0OJ Cootaat.
Cmjtfcln tht test at len Jlun Vm ural Xtfces.
Prompt, cocrteoct mica.
Edward F. Davis,
On TOlamciifis '
HORNING, 9th andD
BEE HI. E MARKET
Groceries. Meats. Prov
.uorae uressea poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered-
Phone N. JSt
tTs Qlra Votes la The Herald's IS S3 Uatast.
lev. Dr. John Van Sciaick, Jr.,
Praises Nations 1b Arms
SHOW NATIONAL UNSELFISHNESS
A buffer between us and the Turk.
Rev. Dr. John "Van Schalck, Jr., of the
Church of Our Father. Unlversallst, last
night called the Balkan States. Dr. Van
Schalck, In a sermon on the Balkan war,
declared that "we do not care whether
Albania and Macedonia and other Turk
ish provinces shall be under the Bul
garian or the Servian, or even the Aus
trian or Italian governments What we
are Interested In Is that the people there
shall have an opportunity for life, lib
erty, and the pursuit of happiness."
National unselfishness. Dr. Van Schalck
stated, ahaa been eminent In the history
of the past month In the Balkans, con
trasting admirably with the Jealousy
with which the nations of the Old World
have - been watching; each other. He
praised the French Prime Minister, Pom
care, for bis efforts to bring the powers
to a territorial disinterestedness. The
statement of such a position. Dr. Van
Schalck declared, "Indicates a new day
In the history of diplomacy." The
church, standing for unselfishness be
tween man and man, and class and class,
must stand even more strongly for un
selfishness between nation and nation.
Go Home to Fight.
"Another lesson of this war has been
taught us by the peanut sellers, the push
cart men, the sooty miners of Illinois
and Minnesota," said Mr. Van Schalck.
"Greeks, Bulgarians, Servians, and Mon
tenegrins In this country, by the thou
sands have gone home, to fight in this
war. Twelve coal mines In Illinois have
been dosed. Ten thousand Greeks have
sailed from New York and 50,000 more
are trying to get passage.
"The Balkan states have been fighting
our battle. For 600 years they have been
a buffer between us and the Turk. While
our forefathers were laying the founda
tions of modern clvlllsstlon In modem
Europe, they were keeping watch In the
South. And even if we owed them noth
ing, even If it is a question of a man
cf another religion or another race, when
a human being is suffering our motto
ought to be the Red Cross motto, 'No
distinction of religion or race.' "
SDFFRAGISTS TO "
Washington to Send Large Delega
tion to Convention in
Washington suffragists will send a
large delegation to the forty-fourth
convention of the National American
Woman Suffrage Association, in Phil
adelphia. November 21-26, which is ex
pected to be the most notable in the
history of the votes-for-omen move
ment in the United States.
Among those who probably will go
are Mrs Belva Loclcwood, Miss Flor
ence Etherldge, Miss Helen H. Gard
ner, Miss Alice T. Jenkins, Miss Nettle
Louisa White. Mrs. Anna K. Hendle.
Mrs L. W. Hemingway. Mrs Glenna S.
Tlnnln, Mrs. Ruth B. Hensey. and Miss
The sessions will be held In Wlth
erspoon Hall, and on Sunday. Novem
ber 14. there Is to be held in .Metropol
itan Opera House a thanksgiving mass
meeting, which Is expected to be the
largest suffrage meeting ever held In
the United States.
ASYLUM OFFICERS EE-ELECTED.
Directors of German Orphanage Se
lect Officials for Coming Year.
The directors of the German Orphan
Asylum hae re-elected the following
officers President, John F. Schneider:
treasurer. Charles G Rogler; first vice
president. Martin Wlegand: superintend
ent, K. O 0car Prell; second vice presi
dent, Adolph Gude; matron, Mrs. K. O
Oscar Prell, secretary, WUHam F.
Meyers, attending physician. Dr. J. Stu
art Harrison, consulting phjslclans. Drs.
George K. Baler, Joseph W. Little, and
Joseph J Mundell.
A vote of thanks was given to William
.F. Gude for favors done to the society.
Similar votes were given Mrs Kathenne
G Loeffier, president of the Ladles' Sew
ing Society, and Mrs K. G Barthel, pres
ident" of the Ladles' Aid Society, for
their endeavors In behalf of the orphans.
Commerce Commission to Pobe Xew
v Haven Accident.
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
C. C McChord yesterday sent Assist
ant Secretary McGlnty to confer with
a representative of Chairman Richard
T. Higglns, of the public utilities com
mission of Connecticut, on the wreck
of the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Merchants' Limited train, at
Greens Farms, -Saturday night.
In a message to Mr. Higglns Mr. Mc
Chord stated that Inspectors were on
the way to Greens Farms and to Put
nam, where another wreck, occurred
on the same rosd Saturday night.
Commissioner McChord's telegram was
"Respecting the accident to the New
York, New Haven and Hartford Mer
chants' Limited at Greens Farms last
night. It Is Impossible for me to leave
Washington at this time. I am send
ing as my personal representative As
sistant Secretary McGlnty, who will
arrive at the scene of the accident to'
morrow morning. Also, the commis
sion's Inspectors, Howard. Swasey,
and Hawley, are en route to Greens
"Respecting accident on the same
road at Putnam. last night, the com
mission's inspectors, Bromley, Duffy!-
and Lyon, are now en route to that
ettaaer Conies Uaealaater for Uorat vemoa
lean Serenta 8treet "tThart at U a. m. sad 11
p. m. dtfly, except Bandar.
Norfolk and Waabrflftoo oteamboat Corapaalt
steaiBera from foot of Bansm Btnat for Old Fetal
Comfort and Wcrfott dally at fat p. m.
Can from Flftaastli Utnst and New Tors Art-ma
mrf Quarter boor for sura cstnaoa Zoo Park and
Out Cbaaa. ,
To Great FaBs-Waablaftoo and Old Domjaloo
lUoroad eara every f err Tntrmtrs from "Thtrtr-atxta
and M Straats.
To Uonst Veraco WuMottoo-VtriJnli BtO-nr.
Caa erejT boor on the boar from 10 s. m. to 1 p.
m.. lirt or. Stauos 12th Street sad Permaytrards
Pitman and Greira- staaofrraDh.
Bcftimera and speed dint The Drulery
Aata Nielsen, In her greatest aneeess,
"Poor Jennv." Virginia to-day.
Stenoa-rapli-r, T-rper-rrttlnsr, English,
Stuukss and Ctrl! Barrios cosriea. Tit Drill-si.
What Every Housewife Needs !
Save 25 on all grocery purchases by making thtm at any one
of the J. T. D. PYLES STORES 19 In all. '
USE PLENTY OF WATER AND KNEAD WELL
1-2 bbl. Sack S2.75 I 1-8 bbl. Sack................. 70c
1-4 bbl. Sack S1.40 1 1-16 bbl. sacK 35c
6-lb. Sack..'. loc
Pure Lard, per lb .v , . 13TaC
35c Brooms, made by the blind .:...: 21c
Fancy Yellow Onions, per peck. . . y . . -. .... . . . --.,. 17c
3 Pounds Lump Starch for ...:T. ..;.'.... !'... 10c
Large New Fat Mackerel 5c
50c Tea. any kind, per lb '. 29c
10 Pounds Washing Soda for . , 10c
3 Loaves Star of the East Bread for 10c
Fine Apples, Eating or Cooking, per peck v 25c
5 Packages Eagle Brand Macaroni for 25c
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, per peek, 10c per bushel.. 73c
8 pounds Aetr Bueknheat for 33e
White CorameaL per peck S5e
Choice Seeded Raisins, per lara-e package 7c
Purity Brand Cleaned Currants, per package 10c
Star of the East Patent Floor, per barrel .... . (CUM
Marlcalbo Coffee, per pound... 23e
large Cans Sliver xnreaa urana saner Kraut,
ner eas He
S Cans Nantlroke Tomatoes, for.. S3e
Pound Can. star of the East Cocoa, per lb 23c
Pound Cans Zatek Cocoa, per lb S9e
4 Larsre Packages Gold Medal Oats, for 2Se
New Ilomlay, per lb SV&e
Black 'Walnuts, per peck .....30c
Black Tlalnnt Meat, per lb.... .......30c
tSc Bottles Cataup, per bot 10c
Oyster Crackers, per lb. ..... ...Se
Cracker Meal, per lb Be
White Corn Meal, per peek 23c
Malt Breakfaat Food, per package 14e
11.00 Tea, any kind, per lb 4Se
15c Cans llerrlnr Roe, per can..... 7. 10e
Best Compound, per lb. ....... ......... ...10c
Peanut Batter, per lb . 10c
Fnncy Head nice, per lb 8c
15e Can. Kippered Herring, per can.. ....i.loe
loc -Bottles Ammonia, per bottle Be
Quaker Matches, per dosen.. loc
Sunset Evaporated Milk, per inn 4c and 7Ke
30e Jara Olives, per Jar ., 20e
Peerless Evaporated Milk He
lSe Mixed Cakes, per lb.... 10c
Lunch Crackers, per lb...... To
High-grade Oleoma rgarlnr, per lb. 21e
Be Packages Egg foodie., per package .....4e
10c Packages Puddlne, per package .7x4c
15c Packages Zatek Icing for Cakes, per package.. 10c
Be noils Toilet Paper, 3 rolls for ...lOe
10c Can Salmon. 3 cans ior...,....................S3c
Dry Packed Shrimp, per can 10c
10c Cans Itedmaa Molasses, per can 7e
10c Packages Crystallne Salt, per package Be
Eagle Brand Milk, per eaa 13c
B Sacks Fine Salt for Oe
12c Packages Gelatine, per package Oc
Potted Meat, Ham Flavor, per can 4e
Potted Meat, Tongue Flavor, per can 4e
Noiseless Tip Vltchcs, per Dosen Boxes He
Be cans Oil Sardines, per can.... 3c
12e Cans Honey Drop Maine Cern, per can. .... Se
Fifteen Iba. Ire Cream Salt for a lOe
lSe Boxes Tollef Soap. -per box..... Te
Mustard, per Large Jar.... 10e
Molasses, per Large Jar .....lOe
K. B. Coffee, per lb......... 24e
Three Packages Marco Macaroni or Spaghetti for. .23e
30c Cans Finest Qnsllty Hawaiian Pineapple, per
Salome Brand Mackerel, per can Be
Beyer's Oil Polish, per bottle Te
Golden Crown Brand Coffee, per lb. ...... ,37c
10-pound Bag Fins Salt, per bag .....7H
Dnryea'a Corn Starch, per pkg.i TWc
Karo Syrnp. No. 2 slse, per can...... ............. 8e
Honey Boys. Cakes, per lb lie
Star Brand Baked Beans, No. 3 slse, per can........lOe
Notd Star Smoked Sardines, per can 10
Imparted Sardines, In Bouillon. 4 cans for,........2S
Mnstard, per tnmhler... ....... ....... 4e
lSe Cans Pea. 14c
4 packages Insuperable Macaroni .....25c
Ginger Snaps, per lb 7e
Be Bottles O'JI.lIer'. Oil Polish, per bottle 3e
ISc can Apple Butter, per eaa Se
THE J.T. D. PYLES STORES
Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest Given at All Our Stores.
413 Fourth Street Southeast.
814 Eleventh Street Southeast,
13 Good nope Head, Anaeostla.
Four-and-a-Half and G Streets S. TV.
Fourth and H Streets Northeast,
Third Street and Maryland Ave. If. E.
11 Seventh Street Xortheast.
SIS F Street Xortheast.
Fifteenth and G Streets Northeast,
All Over Town
926 Pa. Avenue Jfarthtvest.
143S P Street ITorthvrest.
314 II Street TTarthrrest.
Sixth and II Streets Northwest.
Kerr Jersey Ave. and R St. IT. XV.
333S M Street Northwest.
33 Park Road Northwest.
140S Park Road Northwest.
1714 Fourteenth Street N. T.
1420 Seventh Street Northwest.
Give your Order at any of the above stores and the ezpresiman will deliver it. large or small, for 10
WE PLACE ON SALE TO-DAY 100
DOZEN UNTRIMMED HATS
50 DIFFERENT SHAPES,
in all the desirable colors :
BLACK, BROWN, NAVY, AND TAUPE.
Not one of these hats were made to sell for less
than $7.50 and most of them at $10. All to go to
day at ONE PRICE,
Consisting of Silk Velvet Hatter's Plush Silk Plush and Velours
in all the new colors.
Juliet Trimmed Millinery
Is reputed above any other collection in Washington for its wide
range of absolutely exclusive and original ideas gathered abroad
and but rarely duplicated in this country. Clearance sale starts to
day at half price. .
$7.50 Trimmed Hats, $3.50. $10 Trimmed Hats, $5
$15 ' Trimmed Hats, $7.50. $20 Trimmed Hats, $10
915 G Street
"Ladies' Quality Shop."
Try Our Homemade- Chocolates
25c and 40c Pound.
AH ktsdl of fancy boxea.
We tasa Cbrfctffias orders far churches. Ban
dar achoola. hi acedal prices, AH Hail of
sot and cool dxlnka.
S34 0th St. X. W.
1263 H St. N. E.
We tlve Herald S23M0 contest votes.
We ah Votes is lbs Benld'e CB.S9I Coatsst,
If yon want to sell your antiques, o
It von an collection- antiques, this la
1X17 Eys St M S23I-M.
We trlvo Herald S2&000 contest votes.
KIERAL FIIHISEIRI ST0RE
' Everything- for father, mother, and
3304 Ca. Ave. Cel. 1334.
Brt rosr total hen is HtraM P5.0B) Ctatcat
S-iv the labels. Good (or S votes la
Fresh Meats and Provisions.
Boras Pressed Poultry and duns In
801 U St. N. W. fkw. I. E87
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
W Glra Votes hi The Hartal's as, Cootaat.
For Purity and Wholesomenei
Tis Made in tbe Most Scientific and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
AslrToc "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
TONS. They are valuable, and will be redeemed by The Wash
ington Herald for votes in their $25,000 contest One-half pint
good for 10 votes. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 35 votes. In freezers save coupon. One gallon good for 125
LOT TOILET TABLES
About i Actual Value.
One lot elegant pieces in Circassian
Walnut, Mahogany, Bird's-eye Maple,
and Golden Oak. Charming designs that
Tkis $35 Tiilet Table
Choice of mahogany and Circassian wal
nut. Large French plato mirror, and French
n.-.i rmintiaiB. Attention! Those who enter the contest from
now on must register their names with ns within two weeks after entry
to be eligible for the Parlor Suite which we are going to give to the
winner of the JS.000 house and lot.
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
t u ! .ii.i.i.i.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.. ; w s
I ; snnnrLnnrBBnsnsa 1 C $
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"THE HOME OF THE PIPE ORGAN"
To-day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
PATHE'S STUPENDOUS SPECTACLE
"First Tim In Washington"
THE GROTTO OF TORTURE
1 marvelous, mystic story of India and the mysteries of the Hindoo
Priests nnd Temples. I nronderfnl reacne from tbe hidden arrotto with Its
trance guardians. Elephant., Leopards, Ca-oeodlles, and Snakea. Thrill,
las, marvelous, astounding,
WITH 3 OTHER NEW PICTIRES. 1AILY, It A. M. TO U P. M.
423 0th Street X W.
Continuous, Noon to 11 p a.
First-time Siiown Pictures
And Garden String Orchestra.
519 Seventh Street Merihwest
WM. AIRET. Manager.
NOTHING STALE '
Fresh Films Every Day
We gtve Herald $3S00O contest vts.
I ZENiTH THEATER g
715 1th St S.E.
Where comfott'and content
ment reign supreme.
4 New Retls Each lay
322 FeMeylvMia Ave. S. E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 8:30 P. M:
5c AMISSION 5c
W Gtn Totaa fa Tss Herald! IB.OS Cootaat
New FtatHrs Films.
W. Olr. Votm is ba BanlTa B.ees Ccetaat.
ts my srice for a" nan's high-grade
suit. :-DuttoiC iloll-bressted hlth
cut vest, medium peg pants
437 Savanth St. S. W.
TVe give Herald f33K0 contest votes
1481 H STREET X. L
WASHINGTON, D. C
P. O. Station 63. Tel. I HJS.
Ecbool Supplies, MagaatDea. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
W. Obe Totes ta "Ba BansTs . Oeatok
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