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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1912.
HE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report Fair
The question is not how cheap,
put how good and the goodness
$20 Suits and Overcoats
!ias iust as much to do with the
big selling of them as the very low
price we quote for such astonish
ingly fine qualities. Seeing is buy
ing. Money's Worth ar Money Back
yD. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
50c Tea, anv kind, per
3 loaves Star of Eat
Bread for 10c
Fancv Michigan Po
tatoes, per peck 20c
Fancv Yellow Onions,
per peck 17c
Fine Apples, eating or
cooking, per peck 25c
3 cans of Nanticoke
Tomatoes for 25c
10c can Rusehne, per
Whole Milk Cheese, per
3 dozen boxes Safetv
Matches for 10c
10c bottles of Ginger
12c cans of Sour Kraut
Trait Cake, per lb 16c
Pound Cake, per lb 16c
652 Park Road N.W.
19 IN ALL
Roasted In a
Is Perfection in Cooking
Latest Idea in Range Design
Protective Oven Plate.
Three btjles of Base,
Polished Steel S.ielf or Closet,
Right or Left Oven,
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 & SON,
Slaves & Ranees. 723 7th St. H. W.
We Giro Votrs Is The Htrald I $25000 Cutst.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
Wo Gin Votes in Tba Basil's $3,000 CcatnL
KODAKS FOR EVERYBODY
We will furnish you a list of prices
en Bromide Enlargements for the ask
iU5 uuivc svatiuuci;,
W. J. KROOSE. 908 G St. M W
We lllve Bcrald S35,00 contest Totes. 1 1
Pleasant Occasion at Baleigb with
W. F. Gude as Host!
When a party of Shriners get together
Mr. Dull Care takes to the woods, end
his place is filled by Mr. Good Com
rade. Yesterday afternoon -was no ex
ception to this rule, when Mr. W. F.
Gude entertained In the oak room at the
Raleigh several Shrlners from out of
town and members of the local lodge
previous to attending the evening's Ini
tiation meeting at Almas Temple. It
was an exceedingly pleasant occasion.
The tables were beautifully" decorated
with flowers and ferns, every one was In
excellent spirits, and the speeches of the
guests, short and pithy, lauded the good
work being done by the local temple.
Thfl pfntlnm.n fi-nm nuticMA nltleit. In
their remarks, called attention to the
objects or the Shrlners, and expressed
the hope that the nice feeling of broth-j" .. ., , , ,
erhood now existing would be augmented Just because nlS WltC don t Chew
In the. future. Goats' milk was served lor srnokc th' average husband
for the express purpose of the aid lti. ' , ,. , .,
would gle those participating in neipmg
those who were to be Initiated over the
hot sands In the evening.
Those present Were. William J. Cun
ningham, Imperial potentate of the A. A.
O. N. M. a of North America; W. Hanpi
ilton Smith, potentate of Almas Temple.
Washington. D C: John N Sebree, Jr.,
potentate Khedive Temple, Norfolk. Va..
Frank W Dryden. potentate, William F.
Gude. past potentate of Almas Temple.
A. Gude, past potentate Almas Temple,
D G Grlllbortzer. Alexandria, Va.. pres
ident Washington Florist Club, William
G Speed, Baltimore, representative to
Imperial Council, William P. Blgelow,
chief rabban. George Lindsay, Commis
sioner of Revenue. Portsmouth. Va.
Khedive Temple. Norfolk. Va.. William
Chapman. Norfolk. Va.. Robert M Iov
rinir. Baltimore. Md : B. D White.
Judge Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit of
Virginia, Khedive Temple, and J. w
Hunter, Almas Temple, Washington,
WILL SAVE MUCH TIME.
Dutiable Mall Will Be Distributed
Throonh Various Districts..
Regulations were issued yesterday by
Secretary of the Treasury Macveagn
changing the present practice of han
dling packages received through the par
eel post and unsealed duUable mall re
ceived under the postal union agreement
with foreign countries
The new regulations divide the countr
Into twentj-frie districts for convenience
In handling this class of mall matter and
packages arriving from foreign countries
will be forwarded to tne points desig
nated as distributing cities for the vari
ous districts One district, for example.
will include the States of Illinois, In
diana, lowa, Wisconsin, and Wjoming,
with Chlcugo as the distributing point.
I'nder the previous pracuce, mail from
abroad has been opened, appraised and
distributed from the principal ports of
the countrj The new regulations un
der which these duties will be assumed
by the d stributing points of each of the
new districts are expected to save much
time In the handling and delivery of for
eign dutiable mail
Dr. DiTldnon to Give Lecture.
Dr W. If Davidson, superintendent of
schools, will deliver an address this
afternoon at 3 30 o clock in the Raleigh,
on parent-teacher associations His au
dience will be the District Congress of
Mothers, with Mrs Theodore A. Birney
in the chair
Women interested in securing better
co-operation between teachers and par
ents will be welcome
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br th Flflrrnth CcltM Stab Cinlry
Band ArtAnl Wltcccnb Dlrwtcf at
FWt Myct I p m
Man Kim of V ietory ' . Blon
Medley Down Is ths Vale of Shenan
doah . llama
farrier The Prcral .. Miller
Sejeciun Kantana Babbdl
Match Brooka a Triumphal Brooka
Urerture Zampa. . Harold
Waltz. Mem Widow' Lehar
Bjs Oddiv. Turkish Towel" Allen
Your Credit Is Never
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J l" M. JWL
Dining Room Furniture
With Two Special Values
in Round Tables
Whether vou are furnishing along classical lines as old
and famous as. medieval history or want to live in the atmos
phere of passing fashion, vour fancy can have full rein here.
And whether you want entire Suite or a piece or two, our assort
ment is equal to the demand. If we are strong at any point,
it is in our display for Dining Room service.
Solid Oak Table Quarter-Sawed Oak
with clawed carved feet.
ton Is 42 inches In diameter when
closed but can be spread to six
feet. Strongly made; highly pol
ished. Worth tfOlC
ABE HABTTK SAYS:
CrOSS-hatched elbows have been
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want anv monev.
OYSTEEMEN AWAIT EEPOET.
Dealers Skeptical ItcKardlngr Con
tamination of Beds in Potomac.
Ovatermen supplying Washington with
bivalves from the beds In the lower Po
tomac beyond that portion of the river
which the experts from the Department
of Agriculture pronounced polluted are
still anxiously awaiting the publication
of the findings of the Joint committee's
lrvesUsratlons. and are sceptical regard
ing the contamination of the beds by
sewage flowing Into the river
It Is rumored that the result of the re
cent Investigation will confirm the report
made bj the government experts. This
report was disputed upon the protests
of Man land and Virginia ovatermen. and
chemists and bacteriologists wero named
b the States to represent the oyster
mtn's Interests in another Investigation
undertaken with the Federal government.
It was confidently expected by the oys
ter runners that the findings of this com
mittee would prove favorable to them,
and the rumor to the contrary Is disap
CAMPAIGN COST DEFEATED
BEPUBLICAN TEN CENTS
FOE CAN OF PUMPKIN
Ten cents spent for a can of con
densed pumpkin was the only campaign
expenditure of K. E. Brass, detested
regular Republican candidate for Con
gress from the Twentieth Illinois Dls
trlct, according to his statement filed
with the clerk of the House vesterday
Mr Brass asserts that he presented the
can of pumpkin to a railway conductor
and submits the can label as "Exhibit
Representative William B McKlnley,
President Taft's campaign manager.
who was defeated for re-election from
the Nineteenth Illinois District, spent
$1.13119 Charles M Borchers the Dem
ocrat who defeated Mr McKlnley, spent
nothing to procure his election
Btnaer Chutes Mactl ester for Mocnt Tern
let Eerenth 6tiwt Whirf it ID . a. uj 1-U
p. m. (UU7, exoept SowUj.
Xorfoft and Wuhlutm Stetmbott Cocsduiti
tMaen from foot et Seventh Street for Old Point
Comfort wd Norfolk dill it ISS p. a.
Cart from fifteenth titreet and Jinr York Ansa
every etitrter boor for mils entrance Zoo Park tad
To Great Fall waahlstton and Old Domlalos
Railroad can ererj few mlnatoa front Tclrtj-atxtti
acd 11 Streeta.
To Mount eroon Waahinrton Vlrdnia BaDwar
Can every hour on tho boor from 10 a, m. to I p.
m., last car. Station 12th Street and Pecnijlranla
lour Folk A til Eat MMnberV
'TOD-Noch" Bread with kwn relish Ti
nas the savory goodness of homemade.
If ooe-auartrr of 1 per cent of todium bbuJahate
to added to th vrater with itldi plaster of Tart
l mixed the planter will harden soccer and It wiJ
Stenography, TypevirlllBa. Encllsh,
Baslnesa and Cirtl Perrlce xmraes. The Dnllery
V '00' us or whatever the home needs. Our stocks are gathered with the mot critical care and are thoroughlv representative in quality, variety,
lntfsfCf" anc' "'S"- We DO make it a feature to be lowest in price. Whatever advantage our enormous buving gives us in the matter of discounts we make
X1LV1 Vijl evident in the retail pnec. The House & Herrmann guarantee means something to von not only safeties our satisfaction, but insures vour paying the
least possible for the values vou receive.
Of very high polish finish and
very superior construction
throughout., JIasslve center ped
estal: deeply carved claw feet
The top Is 44 Inches In diameter;
and can be extended to six feet.
, Worth ilM: r
ra Tba only Jewelry Hesse Ifl Washington allewisg s!
Pj Hkral credit Frivitejes at cuh prices. jj
HI Genuine Diamonds
pp T J
II wJh6 The mouBtlaca are of 14-kt. I II
2l cold. In. lateitatrlea for elth-
gxS A fortunate purchase gave us a large gAj
, sSba number of very good small diamonds, J 2 , '
J II I which we are mounting as rapidly as pos-
At $15 they are extraordinary values,
and if you wish to take advantage of this
bargain offer we'll not ask you to pay cash.
I Nothing is added to the price if you
want us to charge your purchase. Tell us
what payments will be convenient for -you
II and we'll arrange them as low as
50 cents a week
We aire Herald $33,000 contest voira
Worth J10 00
We clTf Herald 2S.00O conlnl TOtea.
Ctcpi tilling hair, rcllevtt dindrofi. aooths, -
LCirtir'i Uboritery Cx
job F r. m. irt lm
Atk for Carter a Shampoo Cream. -
Q On label redeemable in 5,000 conteat for D
mm vote for each pens represented la the
retail tale price.
W Give Votes la The Bcntld 3.000 Contaau
Fresh Meats and Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry and Game In
901 U St. N. W. Fbooa 1. 687
Phone Ordera Promptly Delivered.
W Qlts Yotf la Th. Bcrald a C5.000 OmusaC
Everrthinc the best at leas than th caual price.
Prompt, cocrtroua serrics
Edward F. Davis,
Try Our Homemade Chocolates
25c and 40c Pound.
An kinds of faner taxes.
V talo ChrWmaa orders for dmrdies. floa
dar acboola. in apedal ssicea. All kinds of
bot acd cool drinks.
034 Oth St. X. IV.
1203 It &t. V E.
We give Herald 825.000 contest Tetea.
1401 H STREET H. L
WASHIfGTOX. D. C.
P. O. Station S3. Tel. I 11 S3.
School Supplies. Magazines. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
Wt Oh Votes to Th. Herald s COOT Contaat.
CO?. 7th & EYECDSTREETSMW.
Attractive Mission Pieces
Mission Furniture has ridden on the crest of the wave of
popularity for vears and is still the vogue. Its simple lines do
not grow monotonous, and its deep rich colorings inspire lasting
respect. You can go the limit in your Mission selection here
Chairs, Rockers, Couches, Davenports, Tables, Desks, Cellar
ettes, Bookcases in Early English or Fumed one has as many
(Exaotly as Illustrated.)
Mlsalon-flnlshed Oak, with shelves
at both ends for books; center draw
er; finely finished all through.
2315-2317 18th St.
Pnona Columbia St.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Hcfve Moved to Our
181 1 Street Store
We aire Herald 123.000 contest Totes.
GENERAL FURNISHING STORE
Eerytlilng for father, mother, and
3304 Ga. Ave. Cot. 1334.
Get jour Totes hex lii nerald S3 000 Contest.
"G. and M" Capsules
The surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPE. Will break a cold In a day
Sent to jour address on receipt of 3
HENRY W.SMITH. 2Zd &Pa. Avs. H.W.
W. GlT. Totea la Tba Hcnld a 3 03) Contest.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
We G1t otea to The Herald S3.Q0B CboteeL
f We rite x-
DOUBT BUY OF
friends as the other Both are
strong features of our stock.
In the dark, rich Mission color
ing. It's a home necesslt for it
provides a place to write that Is
equipped with places for pens. ink.
and stationer Convenient size
Dally Mats., Alt Seats, 10c.
Tne Home ot
ALL THIS WEEK
SHOW NEVER STOPS
t Improve I
Your Eyesight I
y Defective ision hould be ?
t remedied at once. Let us fit
f vou ith the glasses you
I A. 0. HUTTERLY,
732 7th St. N. W. Main 3298.
Coolest Theater in Town..
New Feature Films.
Wa Glra Totes ta Ttw BtraM's J3.COI Ccctnt.
Our Candles are much better
than the factory kind. It la pure.
sweeU and wholesome mads by
expert candy makers. In a clean
229-231 PA. AVE. S. E.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
UETROPOL1TAN HOTEL. BLOO.
Ws Gil. Tas la Tb Bcrald s 3.0O Cectast.
Beds of Every Size and Sort
BRASS OR IRON
Beds that turn the hundred-dollar mark and Beds that
will cost jou scarcely two dollars but whatever the price, there's
value back of it.
Guaranteed Brass Beds
(Exactly as Illustrated )
The Bed, the
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
3 I 1 ) j
T S I I -
Evenlnrs and Sundays, lOo and ;
I Aim Dance
C0MTINI8IS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
4S3 eth Street X. W.
Contlnnoos. ?Toon 10 11 p. n.
First-time Shown Pictures
And Garden Mrlnc Orehestra.
CA ALHAMBRA CA
3C THEATER 3C
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We give Herald ISSMM fOllwt TOtea.
ZEHITH THEATER g
I 715 8th St. S. E. I
g Vhere comfort and content- g
g ment reign supreme. g
4 New Seels Each Bay
H Te srtTe Herald 9SSJKO 5
g eoateat Totes. g
MOVING PICTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c -ADMISSION- 5c
Wa Glra Totes la Tba Bcrald a COS ContasL
Accounts Are Opened
o sooner was the merit of Dam
aid Lacquer as a lasting finish for
brass fully established than we
adopted the full line of Damard
lacquered Beds Nov. jou can treat
jour Brass Bed as you would any
other piece of furniture. The will
withstand anything but wanton
neglect and are guaranteed
The Bed Illustrated Is a Damard
lacquered Bed two-Inch continuous
posts, with sleeve corners and ten
tilling rods at head and foot ends
Bright or Satin finish, blngle or
Mattress and (g 7 7 C
all for ty I ! u
Full size, with heavy continuous
posts and elliptical fillers at head
ard foot ends Strongly braced
baked-on enamel that won't chip
The Bed alone. . .
The Springs alone.
The Mattress alone