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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEbNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER 20, 1912.'
THE MAN'S STORE
Official. Weather Report Fair
Everybody is talking about Our
Great Window Display of
New Arrivals in
Every kind of Blue Suit and
Overcoat that's fashionable is
Actual $25 Values.
Not a line of Blues in the Dis
trict to compare with them.
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
Our Candles are much better
than the factory kind. It U pure,
sweet, and wholesome made by
expert candy makers. In a clean
229-231 PA. AVE. S. E.
We srive Herald (25,000
423 9th Street X. W.
Continuous, Xooa to 11 p. m.
First-time Shown Pictures
And Garden Striae Orchestra.
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WH. AIREY. Manafer.
Fresh Films Every Day
We give Herald S25.0OO contest Totes.
I 715 8th St. S. E.
E Where comfort and content
n ment reign supreme. g
I J New Reels Each Day g
Vie stive Herald S23AO0
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
CCOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION -5c
We Gi Votes is The Hersld s COS Contest,
Coolest Theater in Town.
New Feature Films.
We Gin Votes ts The Herald's EB.trs Contest.
Established 1ITI. TeU North Ids.
1715 14th Street H.W.
PMces and Terms Mad. for Lota and
Washington, D. C Philadelphia. Pa.
Cemetery Lots Bought. Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
Best Service Guaranteed
All kinds of wood. doth, and msta
caskets famished at moderate
YOUR TEETH ARE TRB BASIS OV
tact It psjs to let as expert dentist
attend them. 1 dt jot instant and
permanent relief from an teeth troobla.
I da nothing bat th hlfhest da
wots. sbaohttelr painless, at moderate
prices. Gas or local anesthetic.
Crowns. atoK CTlIrm 10 cents s
Flates. p op.
Dr. J. ftelsoa Hirers. COT Pa. Ave. If. W.
GENERAL FBBH1SHIH6 STORE
everything for father,, mother, and
3304 Ca. Avo. Col. 1334.
Get jour toUs bars la Herald E3.060 Contest
Ujour shoe soles and heels ars worn Ifs s waste
of money to throw them swsy Those tsrts of
ths snoe here constant wear and by no means ta
dleaU ths Ills of ths shoe. So tats them to
Ehoea to.crder Orthopedic nek. ho defbrmltr
f torn duneolt to corerperfectlT and comtortablr.
I Ws Girt Tata m Ths Herald's fSJm Contest.
Class of 175 Given Three Degrees
Before an Audience of
JODJT BALLY HELD
AT KET WILLABD
Members Came From Jurisdiction of
District, Maryland, and
More than 2,000 Odd Fellows of Mary
land. Virginia, and the District of Co
lumbia witnessed the conferring of the
first, second, and third degrees of the
order upon a class of 175 candidates at
the bfg Joint rally of the members of
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
In the Jurisdiction of Maryland, Virginia
and the District, held last night in the
ballroom of the New Wlllard.
For many weeks the grand masters
of these three Jurisdictions had labored
to get the largest number of candidates
possible for the big Joint rally, and all
the candidates bad received the Initia
tory degree In the various lodges of these
Jurisdictions, and were brought to the
rally for the first, second, and third de
grees. The large ballroom at the WUlard
never presented a more artistic appear
ance. The decorations were In keeping
with the regulation lodge room of the
order, and In addition palms, ferns, and
cut flowers were lavishly used In beau
Ufylng the room. An orchestra composed
of members of the order played an ex
ceUent programme from 1 to 7.10 p.
ra when Grand Master George Ger
brlch. of the District of Columbia,
opened the evening's rally with an ad
dress of welcome
Among those who spoke for three min
utes from the three Jurisdictions were:
From Maryland Fred A. Crooxn. grand
master. W. A. Jones, grand secretary:
J. F. Plumber, grand treasurer, Joseph
E Cook, grand representative, Capt. IL
T. Brian. J. D. Goodwin, sovereign grand
secretary, and J. E. Kroh, assistant
sovereign grand secretary. From Vir
ginia A. M. Southall, grand master; W.
E. Allen, deputy grand master. Rev. J
E. Allison, C C. Carlln. Represented e
In Congress. D. L. Stansbury. past grand
master, and J. T. O'Mera, district dep
uty grand master. From the District
of Columbia W. W MUlan, grand rep
resentative. The Decree Teams.
Following the addresses the degree
work of the evening began. The follow
ing composed the degree lodge, which
orened and bad supervision of all the
ceremonies. George Gerberlch, Q M , D
C. noble grand, Fred A. Groom, G M,
Md, vice grand; A. M. Southall. G M.
Va., past grand. William J. Rich, G
Mar. D C. warden. William J Hope.
G Con . D C., conductor; E. C Grumley,
G Chap, D C. chaplain; Irving R.
Schwlng-. , G G, D C . guardian.
The first degree waa conferred by the
degree staff of Federal City Lodge. No.
20. of the District of Columbia, as fol
lows J T Humphreys, N G , A S.
Uarger. R. &: W F. Dement, W ; GE.
Gentner, L. S : C Harbin. C, F A.
Royse. I. G : W. H Wright, P. O , X
M. RldaU, C-: J. H. Wood. S , D V.
Cbirholm. J ; W. Q Lang, J . S N
Mallory. H ; C Felton. H.; O J Single
ten, D . P. L. Tarry. L.; G II Eakle.
K. A.: H. A. Ison. K. A : E. B Russ, G
Guards-C. L. Baker, J. W C Brown, W
II BonlnL E. Hlmmlnghoeffer, C. F.
Stanowskl. S D Sasher. W A. Stanton,
G G Wilson. Substitutes D C Cook,
W IL Zlegler. J. T. Cam. C H Wal
lelgh Orchestra H W Weber, G J
Weber, W. J. Weber, W. W Daley. J. C.
Bodenstcln, L. S.. It F Truett, R S ,
V H McConnell. V. G , Charles J Gar
rels, P G, degree master.
The degree staff of Towson Lodge. No
79. of Maryland, conferred the second
degree, occupying their several stations
WiUlara Grason. P G M. G R.
Noble Grand, J W Parker. R. S , R. W
Parker. L. S . II a Jenifer, W , C. G
Grason, C.J E. Dumphy. T . G C
Trace, P. G , Harry Phlpps, C , Harry
Smith, I G , J L. Burgoyne, O G .
A. M Whittle, R.. C D Bosley. R..
P B Parker, R.; H W. Koch. R.. J
F. Algire. R.. W. P Cole. Jr. C . R M
Bosley, L. S ; J E Dumphy, R. S . J
M Green, Vice Grand. William P. Cole,
Gr Mar of Md . Degree Director.
The third degree was conferred by the
staff of Columbia Lodge. No 10, of the
District of Columbia, as follows:
F. B Cowden. Noble Grand, C M
Blrckhead, R. 8 : A. I Jarboe, L. S
A. E. Snoots. W . S G Taylor, a; E
W. Snoots, P. 3rd D . J H Broderlck
P. M D , Banner Bearers. G w Bill
ings, Roscoe Wines. Harry W. Keefe.
Thomas Humphreys, N M Pollock, P
G ; B. H. Smart. H P . Henry AUwlne.
I G : Choir. William L. Thornton, J H
Williams, Otto F. Smith, J L. Shipman.
C. O Thomas, J. W. Dyre, organist. E.
C. Grumley. P. I. D : A. G BasbAn.
P. 1st D : I B Moore. L. a; R. A
McLean. R. S : F. W. Alexander, V. G :
J Edward Fowler, Director, C D
The rally last night was a grand suc
cess In point of attendance and number
of candidates. It Is not often that the
three degrees In the Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, are conferred on such
a large class In one night, and the work
was consummated with such perfect
rendition on the part of the various
staffs, that no time was lost.
The hope was expressed by high of
ficials of the order last night that this
Joint rally might become an annual
event for the three jurisdictions repre
sented, and It Is planned to put the mat
ter before the various lodges for their
Lecture nt Temple.
Dr. Charles D Splvak, of the Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society of Denver.
Colo , will give a stereoptlcan lecture,
free to the public on this Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Washing
ton Hebrew Congregational Temple,
Eighth Street between H and L
fltearser Charles Macalester for slocst Versos
leara Serenth Street Wharf at II a. m. sad lal
p. to. daH. excel Sunday.
Norfolk and Wuhlnctoa Steamboat Oompanys
steamers from foot of Serenth Street for Qkl Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally at lsl p. ra.
Gars from Fifteenth Street and New Xork Arenas
crery Quarter hco for mala entrance Zoo Park and
To Great Falls VTsabinztou and Old Dominion
EaOroad cars erery few mnrotes from Turtr-alxth
and V Streets.
To Mount Teroon--WashlSftonYlrs1nla Baljway.
Cam ererr boor on the boor from 11 a. m. to S n
nw last car. SUuon 12Ui Street and Pennsjlranla
Beginners and speed dastea. Ihe 1
True Lovers' Day, "Romeo and Juliet."
Tnree oionous iiana-coiorea eeis or
Virginia Theater To-day. ,
A amaH storaxo battery sad elactrle lazno that can
be damped on a xnemorasdom pad for toe is ths
dark has been patented by two Indians cenv.
Stenography-, Typewriting, English,
Basinets and utu Serrice comes. The Diiuen,
ABE MAKTIN SAYS:
Be it ever so mortgaged, trier's
no place like home. .
Th pen is mightier than th'
sword, unless it's a pust-office pen.
TEST AT STEVEKS SCHOOL.
Effect of Open-lr Room on Children
to Be Observed.
Effects of cold air and proper food upon
children physically below standard are
to be observed through the operation of
an open-air room at Stevens School,
where the Investigation will be conducted
under the direction of Dr. Arthur L.
Murray of the District Health Depart
ment. A class of thirty pupUs will use the
room and have at noon a full meal In
stead of a light lunch The members of
the class will be not actually 111. but
lacking In robustness.
DOUGLAS NOT A CANDIDATE.
Attorney Announce He Does Not
Want Inancnral Chairmanship.
Gossip concerning the probable chair
man of the Inauguration committee was
given a new turn yesterday by the posi
tive announcement of Charles A. Doug
las, who frequently has been mentioned
as a possible appointee, that he Is neither
an actite nor a receptive candidate Tor
Mr. Douglas said last night that his
professional duties and engsgements
would compel him to decline the honor
if It were tendered him.
Mrs. Jnlln D. Hyland Dead. .
Mrs. Julia Dean Hyland, who died In
Baltimore on Monday afternoon from
pneumonia, was well-known In Washing
ton, and often visited her many friends
in this city. She was the wife of Ed
ward J Hyland. and a sister or Tunis
F. Dean, manager of the Baltimore
Academy of Music Her funeral will take
place from the Cathedral In Baltimore
at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. Mass
nlll be celebrated by Rev. Louis Stlckney.
Diplomat Named as Ablter.
The appointment of Henry L. Janes, of
the diplomatic esrvice. to be one of the
arbitrators In the controversy between
Ecuador and the Quito and Guayaquil
Railroad, was announced at the Stato
Department yesterday. The railroad Is
engaged In a dispute with the govern
ment regarding claims for damages suf
fered during revolutions since 1908.
American Killed nt Shanghai.
Rear Admiral Nicholson, commanding
the Asiatic fleet, yesterday cabled that
Nathan H. Willis, a shipwright on one
of the American warships, was killed at
Shanghai Monday by a foreign man-o'-warsman.
A mixed court is now making
an Investigation Into the case. Willis
came from Central City. Nehr.
Flower for Weddings,
receptions and all social functions Esti
mates and suggestions given Gude,121F.
Getting Early Start.
It has been decided that the National
Independent Civil and Political League
of American Negroes, with Rev. Dr. S
L. Corrothcrs as president, will estab
l'sh permanent headquarters In this city
U commence the organization of the
colored voters of the country In the In
terest of the Republican party for the
campaigns of 1914 and 1316.
On. of the Cnevt ariscle otaemtartaa la the world
i Ning constructed on tha aide of tbe famoos Taal
Tolc-ino In tbe fhlUppuea.
AND PLAYER PIANOS
Joseph Hall Chase.
and Save You '
the Agent's Profit
The grade the agent of
fers jou at $800 we sell for
$500. The agents' $450 style,
that grade here for $295.
Buy direct and -save enor
Unlimited guarantee from
factory, which means jour
Go to Chasels quick and
see the wonderful values.
JOSEPH HAIL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 G ST. N. W.
1658 7TH ST. N. w.
Open Until 0i30 Saturday
We give Herald 33oG00
C. A V Jul
AM m sVaV e7t
vf sv ysV m see me
V sawawn before
Bit I I MaawaW 3"on ny
W 7 IV " piano,
i lii I jr-1"er,Tara.
CROP ,. 3R&fe
IN EVERY PAIR OF
The immense popularity of
Tri-Wear Shoes is due To their
Finest quality White Oak outer
soles. Solid but flexible inncrsolcs.
Upper leathers cut only from
the centers of carefully selected
No wonder they have gained such a
general confidence of Washington men.
And their wide range of over 60
styles assures a shoe for every taste
$3.50 iHl $4.00
3 Reliable Shoe Stores
1310 Girard St. N. W.
One-half Square from 14th St Cars
$300 Cash Balance Monthly
A very attractive home; 3 stor ; 10 rooms and two baths;
lot 150 feet deep to wide paed alley; plenty room for stable
Open Daily and Sunday and Lighted Until 9 o'Clock P. M.
Inspect This Eening.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
3 Loaves Star of
flie East Bread for
High grade Oleomar
gerine, per lb 21c
per lb 13c
No. 2 Cottolene,
per pail 27c
5c cans Sardines, in oil,
per can 3c
25c cans Red Top
Asparagus, per can 19c
Milk, per can.'.. 4c and 7c
10-cent Bottle of
Ginger Ale, per bottle 5c
Fancy Yellow Onions,
per peck 17c
Potatoes, per peck 20c
Fine Apples, eating or
cooking, per peck 25c
50c Tea, any kind,
per lb 29c
10c package Corn
Starch, per package 5c
Large new fat
1438 P St. H.W.
19 IN ALL
We sire rotes In Tbe Herald
Fresh Meats and Prorislona.
Home Dressed Poultry and Gams In
901 U St. N. W. Fhons 1. 687
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
We Qh? Votes m The Hersldw 3.0ai Cosiest,
'Eterrthlns the best st less than the canal rsicea,
Prompt, cosrUoot serrles.
Edward F. Davis,
GOLbEN RULE f
- 20 for
lCoIIlB' FbarmacT. $zySmS.y.Tr.
1 We give Ucrald f23,00 -contest votes.
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t ") & MM
Cor. 7th and K.
1914-1916 Pa Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Parlor, reception hall, dining-room
with 3 windows; pantry kitchen,
3 large bedrooms, bath, and large
back porch. A completo flat on
3 large bedrooms, bath, and back
porch. The back rooms in this
house are ery large and suitable
St. N. W.
" Yoa Can Get It at ANDREWS'" 5
and Note Paper
We hae frequently of-
fercd special values in H
correspondence paper, H
but we do not recollect a
cer before haing been 3
able to call our atten- S
tion to quite so big a a
bargain as this.
Fine grade linen-finish
paper and en elopes, in- jj
itialed in delft blue very H
At Both Stores.
K. P. ANDREWS
1331 F Street
625-629 La. Ave.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
We Olre Votes ra The Heralds moot Contest
JUST A WORD
Ws are always glad to give you
any Information yornwant con
cerning Paints and Qiamels.
We give Herald J53.000 coitcst vote. .
Reversible Matting Rugs
Regular $4.50 Value, feO "7G
Special for To-day -5 i &
Your Selection Here Can Be Charged. Easy "Monthly or Weekly
' Payments Arranged.
Tirraid Contestants. Attention! Those who enter the contest from
now on must register their names with us within two, weeks after entry
fo be eligible ffr the Parlor Suite which we are going to give to the
winner of the $5,000 house and lot.
Lansbirrgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
If ' SJ
The Essence of Contentment.
An After Dinner Smoke.
DEER HEAD, 10c
Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
Good For 5 Votes.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
Votes Also Gnen on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
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Of correct stjle and faultless qual-
"r LEO DAVIS
Importing Tailor. 730 13th SL H.W.
We sjtve Herald $35,000 contest votes
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no ono article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
sgreeable than the tea you serve. We
otter you the best.
Rldgway's 5 o'clock Tea c
Capitol Household Tea 60c
S Bottles Pure Cal. Wine 11.00
WE DELIVER IT.
1632 14th St N.W. Phone North 813
We srive Herald S35.QO0 contest votes..
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the cleverest of
men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
3044 HTH ST. Jf. W.
W e give llernld $25.000 contest voles.
TAV.&THE XMAS LINE IS
9 U I a COMPLETE-BBY NOW
J. A. BIRCH, 2153 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Cigar. News, and Novelty Store.
Wo srive Herald r25.00O eontrst votes.
PHONE MAIN 6463
Hifb-cfKS Groceries, Meats, Provisions
WAUL CO. B2S 18th ST. IT. W.
We give Herald tSSMOO contest votes.
Goldsmith's Cold, Grin, and UilarU Cap.
sales will help joa wbca all others tslL Ooaj.
rtb. aid M fits. X. W. Phone X. 23SS.
We Grte Votes la Tne Herald's S3.0B Oostert.
Is My Price
Bring back replies because eaoh
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective of slis.
Ton will And our letters free
from dark edges, broken tyss,
typographical errors. &e
You can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, .4.QJ '
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrl.t National Bank Dolldlac.
1406 G Street
FBoae Mais 7SO&
TV tl lTTTttt0 IIMI
Tk Faaassnl X
PENN. RYE ?
i Test years old. II. TIL 2
4 Order by 'phone. J.
ai.o TEJIVESSEE. UX Bottle, i.
1 The Shoomakor Co. t
J 1331 B Street H. W. X
established 1833. 'Phase aLUSSsa. X
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is tne drlnc ot srtides of Jewelrr. Odd. hllter and
Mated Ware. Cbcice Cut Gllse T4eces. ic. foe wed
eUn( or btrthdsr presents. From our lsrc. and select
mi o( artlstls and rrettilr deslxned srtides. aar
article will pleat tba redr4ent.
I AQKIN The Sewing
bHKrillli Machine Man
Will repair your sewing machine,
Sroperly. no matter what make,
end postal, or phona M-1115.
Corner 3d and H Streats N.W.
We Gits Votes ta Toe Bsrald's . Cscrssb
C Blots talhnx tstr. rtlletes cinitnig. scotaes. f
LCirnr'i Uoorilorif Cs. s
as I' ar. M. nil l
iU tor Carter's Snampoo Cnara.
Q Onr label redeemable in C00O contest te Q
sae rote tor each prasy represented ia tae
retail tale pries.
Ws Girt Votes ta TU-HeriiTa a0Sl Cootssb
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