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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
THE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report Fair
-. - VNW
If you want to see "Perfect
Gems" of Good Clothes, just look
at our incomparable offering of
High-class M. S. M.
Honestly Worth S30
We say they're orth $30, but
we want you to compare tnem with
the finest clothes you ever saw at
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
AND PLAYER PIANOS
Joseph Hall Chase.
We manufacture our pianos
You save the middleman's profit.
If an a Rent buvs a piano for
J250 In a factor) he must
charge sou J500 to pay his bis
expense Wc can sell at factor)
pri"e savins ou enormous sums
Why throw monej ana) when
)ou can come here and sae it
on a piano that has no superior
in the world You get an unlim
ited guarantee and are referred
to people who have been using
bchuberts for . years
S450 styles elsewhere un
der any name are only our
$295 quality here. We will
positively effect vou a big
saving. Investigate, it is
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 a ST. V w.
1C2S 7TII ST. . V.
Open Lnlll !t30 Snturday
t clvr Herald C33.000
Will prove of value tu you if
vou contempl te painting the in-
HODGKIN'S Pmlly Paint Stora,
nwuMnnii o 913 Seventh Strait
V.V e clve Herald HS5.000 contest vote.
I Don't Neglect
i" Let us rrmedv small eje trou-
T hies before they grow big Let
T us improve your eyesight no
T matter how bad it has become.
X The right glasses are here.
A. 0. HUTTERLY,
4 732 7th St. H. W. Main 3298.
veTtveneraldS23,000 eonteat votes.
1ft1"l ! I S-! .J. .! -J. ! ! ,T ,- i fr
TO R R E
Fresh Meats and Provisions.
Hnme Dressed Poultry and Game In
901 U St. N. W. None H. 687
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
W Oii. Vote. In Tb. Beralg i J3.BB OontiiL
F. STEW ART,1sl&H Sis.
W Gli Votes in Tit HeraM rs.000 Contest.
Stomach Wafers 1 ID
Worth $10 00.
Pslllse' Dlinfi4M lfpwjpnvinfl
uuiinw ruaimabj, NewTorkA N-W-We
give Herald tZSfiOO eonteat votes.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is ths tiring of irtldes of Jewtlrr. Gold. Bfliej iM
Ptated Wre. Choirs Cut Olus pltces, 4c, for ssd.
dlni or birttuly presestl. From om luts sod select
"I of utiitie jed prettllj doifaed utidej. sal
srtids will pleaieTos redpiest.
COLE & SWAN 101S h st. jr. w.
WW". tt """"l Mt3 M St. ?f W.
We give Herald 135.000 contest votes.
LARKIN rh' Sewing
7fIV,, Machine Man '
Will repair your aewlng machlna
properly, no matter what make.
Bend postal, or phone M-I23S.
Corner 3d and H Streets NW.
W Cits Totes la Ths HenM's $3,00 Coctaav,
GEHEBAL F1RHISHIRQ STORE
Kverythlng for father, mother, and
3S04 Ca. Ave. Col. 1334.
Get jour rotes her la Bersld $3,00 Contest
TO BE ENACTED
Next Session of Congress to Decide
on Bale of Interest in
STATUS OF THE PAWNBROKER
Ioan shark legislation for the Dis
trict probably will be enacted shortly
after the convening of the next session.
rs the result of an agreement reached
by House and Senate conferees In the
closing hours of the last session, when!
the conferees were unable to settle thelr
dlfference over the measurs passed In
the two bodies earlier In the session.
At the first meeting of the Senate
District PnmnilltMi whlnh n.. K- k.U
before the Christmas holidays. Senator I
Curtis of Kansas, who heads the Sen
ate conferees, will report to the commit
tee the points of difference which the
conferees have been unable to settle and
ask the committee for Instructions It
is consiaerea iiKeiy mat tne committee
will recommend concessions which will
result In an agreement by the conferees.
Folnta of Difference.
Two main points of difference prevented
on agreement last session, one Imolvlng
the legal rate of Interest to be charged
by loan companies and the other Infix
ing the Status Of nau nhraVpr The
House bill fixes thev Interest rate at 1 (
I't'r cent a monin, tno senate Dill adds .
one-half per cent to that. The House
bill Includes pawnbrokers In Its provis
ions, prohibiting them from charging
more than the specified rate, while the
Senate bill takes no cognizance of this I
type of "loan shark It is possible that I
it tne oenate conierees are instructed
f recede on the question Imolvlng the
status of pawnbrokers, the House con
CANDLEPOWER IS 225,
Potomac nicctrlc C ompan) 'a n-
nonncement Contained Krror.
Owing to a tv pographlcal error in the
Potomac Electric Power Companv'H an
nouncement In The Herald of Tucsda).
November 19. the candUpower of the SO
Watt Mazda lamp was erroneousl)
stated as 323 candlepower. whereas the
correct amount of light furnished by this
size Mazda lamp Is 23 candlepower.
mil Information regarding the candle-
power, current consumption and prices of
the arious sizes of Mazda lamps can
be secured by appl)lng at the office of
Potomac Klectrlc Power Compan),
31 Fourteenth Street Northwest.
WANTS SENTENCE COMMUTED.
Representative flurke pprala to
President In Prisoner's llrhnlr.
Representative Burko of fcouth Da
kota called at the White House jester
aa) to ask the President to Intervene In
Uhalf of Charles U Hydi of Pierre, S
Dak, recently "entenced to a jear in
tie Fort Leavenworth penitentiary, and
to pa) a fine nf f5,(no for fraudulent use
of the mail In connection with a real
Representative Burke told the Presi
dent that the sentence was excessive and
that H)de ought to bo allowed to be free
ulton the pa)ment of the fine The Pres
ident referred the matter to Attorney
Services for i Idovr of Veteran to
He Held This fterninn.
Funeral "orwees for Mrs Kllza. Alex
ander widow of Charles Alexander, a
ciil war officer, will be held at her re
quest in the Churcli of the Covenant,
Kighteenth and N Streets Northwest,
this afternoon it 2 39 o clock The serv
ices will be conducted hy Rev Dr Ber
nard Braskamp, assistant pattor of the
ihurch Burial will be in the family
plot at Oak Hill Cemetery.
The pallbearers will be Dr Bradford
Kdward Yew ell. Col ThomHS Bucke),
Alexander Mason, and Charles Davis
Mrs Alexander was born in Kentucky,
where the met and married her husband,
who was a noted officer during the civil
war Ho was postmaster of Washing
ton during the administration of Presi
dent Lincoln, and later was one of the
best patent attorneys of the Capital
Since the death of her husband about
thirty years ago, Mrs. Alexander has
made her home with her daughter, Mrs.
A M Blair at the Dresden The fun
eral services will be strictly private
CHARGES ARE DISMISSED.
Polloemnn R. I.. Slay Eiunerateil
fter Hearing; rteforc Board.
Charges recentl) preferred b) a citizen
of Brlghtwood against Policeman R. L.
Ma), of the Tenth Precinct, have been
dismissed after j hearing before the
Policeman May was charged with In
toxication and using profanit). but the
Trial Board was satisfied that the charges
were without foundation, and therefore
dismissed them. Ma) was represented b)
Attorney Chapman W Fowler
AWARDED $2,500 DAMAGES.
Mr. Kllribetli J. llnrper A Ins ajt
Against District of Columbia.
A Jury In Justice Wright's court has
awarded a verdict of S2.GO0 damages to
Mrs Elizabeth J Harper tn her suit
against the District
Mrs Harper filed suit to recover $10,000
for Injuries alleged to have been received
November 22. 1009, when she flipped on
the sidewalk under the viaduct in H
Street Northeast, resulting in a fracture
of her arm The case was first tried In
1911 and resulted In a verdict for $3,000
for Mrs Harper against the District. A
new trial was granted at the request
of the District
steuaer Charles MicsJetter fes- Mocnt Vemos
If lira Serenth Street VVturf at 10 a. m. and 1-U
p. m. dally, excrpt 9noda7.
Norfolk acd Waahinton Steamboat Companj'i
teamen from foot of Sereoth Street tor Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dallr at 1-U p. is.
Can from nftth titreet and New York Arecns
rrery Qnarter hour for main entrance Zoo Park sod
To Great FaHaVTashlnrtOD and Old Dominion
Railroad can crerr few minutes from Thlrtr sixth
and M 6treeta.
To Mount erooD Waahlnston Virginia Ballwaj.
Can everr hoar on tlie boar from 10 a. m. to Z p.
xa, laat car. Station 12th Street and reansrlfanl
Top-Noch" la tbe tame
to remember when vou order bread
Melnberg's finest loaf particular people
A sootor boat of 0 tons redster recenur wai
lannched in Ensland for the use of British consular
ofloers la Africa.
Pitman and Gregjr. sitenocraplir.
Bcclnners and speed daues, Ths Urulerj.
"A Protese of Uncre Sam, S reels, and
rtomeo ana juiiex. 3 reels. Hana-col-order.
Stenography, TrpevTrltlnsr. Cnallsh.
Badness and CliU Sen loo couxs. Tht Onuerr.
311 Seventh Street.
BIG VALUES IN FINE FURNITURE
ON LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS
BEAUTIFUL PRESENT FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE
H 1 1 ,4 lyl
11 e? n $ r$2.95 ",r "
DEiUd $3.95 Bi'!P
rfn Ar rar urass ivnoo r.n
jN.yj) ameled Beds, value "-
For a Good 5-hole Loth &. Co
Range The name is a guaran
tee that it' the best make in the
countrv. alue, $16.10
All pipe free
ASKS C0UKT TO 0. K. SALE. I
llrlrs of Junies U. (Irme to lllspose I
of C. Mrrrt 1'roprrt). I
He rs of the tstate of James Ormr
havo made application to the 'ourt toj
ratlf) the jalc of premises lilt O Street
Northwest to Flora K Davis for JTO.Mi
One of the heirs. Gardner P Orniu, is
an Infant, and tho action of the court is
necet?urv before convevance ran be
made Tho terms of salt call for $1" 0
in cash and a trust for WK pavahle In
live vears. with interest at 4 1-2 per cent
As the proiwrtv cmtalns about 2.5i
ou ire feet the price per foot ln iuding
t improvements is $25.
EucccsBor to Tlinstll W&U rr Co.
We clre Herald HZ.'i.OOO contrnt rotn.
m SERVICE IS ODR SPECIALTY s
In Service and comfort out of & i
1 tZ pair of shoes that we have soled 1
! g and heeled by our efficient and i
g economic method.
1 NATIONAL i
SHOE MFG. & REPAIR CO., Inc. :
Work called for and delivered.
g IMione 31. 1610. ;
Works: 403 11th St. N. W.
"We Klve Herald tzr.,000 contest votea.t
Thanksgiving Post Cards
Place card"! and all other post c irds
In great varieties Office fatatlonerj.
W. J. KROUSE, 908 G St. N. W.
We cte Herald S5.000 con t ft rotes.
PHONE MAIN 6463
Figh-class Groceries, Meals, Provisions
Willi, co. esa utb st. it. w.
We srlve Herald 05.000 contest votes.
(gchtsman & Goldsmith),
rth and M Sts. If. W. Phone If. S30S.
VV GIts Voles In The Herald S2S OS Contest.
ETnrtblnff the bestat lets thin tbt csoal jrlcn.
rrtnert, courteotu Krrica,
Edward F. Davis.
RrmoTed to JXI Uth St.. corner Pars Boad.
We Cite Votes In Ths Herahrs tSJKO ev.YT.,
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7tb St. N.W.
VTs CIts Votes tn Ths Herald's C5 CO Contest,
quartered oak, large
French bevel mirror,
lined sliver drawer.
Value, $3.-. 00.
haves miles of
work It will
dreds of articles.
For tin- Solid Oak Dipmg
Chair: leather slip seat
FRANK T. KNOCK FURNITURE CO.,
311 SEVENTH STREET. OPPOSITE SAKS & CO.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
VTfl Glee Votes In The Henld I C5.O0O CcctetL
Just Like New
That s hi you'll sav
when we repair vour old
shoes bmall cost, bl(r saving-
719 Ninth St. N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
We Glrs Votes tn Tbe nerald'i 3,000 Contest.
Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
We sire Herald J2.-i.00O eonteat Totes.
Cold and Grippe
Are positively Cured with
In One Day, or Money
McChesney & Joachim.
COR. 3d A E V. EX
COR. 8th A P N. E.
We Etve Herald 123,000 eonteat Totes.
GEO. Er. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
We Olre Votes la Ths Berald'i C3.0Q) Coetsst,
largest Morning Circulation.
I ! t-H-v Llvnl vreBii
Opposite Saks & Qo.
hold hun- ":
Solid Oak Extension Table
rlcstal Not B
Claw feet, fluted pei
Af AmMmSW mii'
I. i'l& mi.f -?X-
cacth like illustration
$16 50 alue,
HERE'S THE DESK
j:3 00 l a prh e seldom associated
with i desk of such all-around
Koodness Durabl., cood-looklnp.
and roomy in its complement of
The Melton-Rhodes Co., Inc.
11th and H Streets N. W.
We Gits ute in Herald j J25 000 CooteJt.
Roasted In a
Is Perfection In Cooking.
litest Idea in Range Design
Smooth Finish. v
Protective Oven Plate,
Three St) lea of Base,
Polished Steel Shelf or Closet,
Right or Left Oven.
Portable or Set to Heat Above.
Water Heater if Desired,
Sample Range at Contest Head
quarters. 714 13th St. N. W.
Complete Line of Ranges at
W. S. JENKS & SOS,
Sloves & Ranees. 723 7th SI. H.W.
We Gin Volet in Tbe Uerald's COM Contest.
We sire Herald 3S5.0O0 contest voles..
Cnbs'a suxar production for this scar ia esti
mated In excess of 1.SM O0 tons, ths lartnt on rtc
?&28i&V eMT BVILM,R'xSStV
IcS' vA3ni?rTCJt. 3$rwO
One lot Scotch
colonial and flor
Special to - day,
Herald Contestants. Attention! Those who enter the contest from
now on must register their names with us within two weeks after entry
to be eligible for the Parlor Suite which we are going to give, to the
winner of the 35,000 house and lot.
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
TUVJ H T
H I aa-aa il M KjM J U
n 'wmgM ; A
matcur- wishing to ap
pear mut leac names at bo
ofhec before 6 o clock rridav
Cash Prizes Given
Children under ;ifcen
must hac pernnts, winch ma
be obtained at District Build
ing free of charge.
7th and F Streets
123 Oih Street V V.
Continuous, "Noon tn 11 p. to.
3-reeI feature. Trasir tory o
the French Resolution, and other SQ
ail (.nrdrn Mrlnc Orehentrn
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AlREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We gis-e Herald 133.000 contest Totes.
-715 8th St. S. E. 1
Where comfort and content- jj
ment reign supreme. jj
4 New Reels Each Day I
We aire lTerald S23.000 5
contest votes. j.
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION 5c
We Glrs Voces In Tbe Herald's EMM Contest.
Cooiest Theater in Town.
. New Feature Films.
Ws Cits Votes la Tne Herald's E3.0OI Contest.
Tm ere sT "eurajgia.
TABLCTb Cold In TI
Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents.
15th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
We Cite Vote, la Tie Herald's fSflX Coetsst.
tieres, all col
3 loaves Star of the
Ea't Bread for 10c
Large New Fat Mack
Fanc White Potatoes
per ptfck 20c
Fancv Yellow Onion.
per peck 17c
15c bottles Catsup, per
Peanut Butter, per
iwirla, per package 3c
Fig Bar per
1 10c bottles Vanilla
4 10c bottle Lemon
Choice deeded Raisins,
per package 7c
Cleaned Currant, per
package 10c K
10c package Tello,
per package . . . . 7'iC
1"c pkg Zatek Icing,
for cake, per pkg 10c
per pound 6c
19 IN "ALL
Ave Klve votes In The Herald
I 9 PENN. RYE
4 Tea rears aid. 91.33. X
Order by 'phone. j,
f Also TENNESSEE. S1.00 Bortls. .;-
I The Shoomaker Co. 1
i- 1331 E Street It. W. X
J eatabllakest 1833. 'Faoaa M. llSCsa. c.
Ill it'iiitt tti' a
Bring; back replies because eaett
order receives tbe same personal
attention, irrespective of sirs.
Ton will flna our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, Ac
Ton can safely Intrust Imnor
tant form letters to us being- as
aured that they will be carefully
tdlted and delivered on tlms.
2,000 LETTERS, $4.01
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District National Bank Doll dine
1406 G Street
Phone Main 7300.
estops tallica tab, reuerea tlaoaroC. sootnes,
L Carter's laboratory Cx
n i si u. a L.
Biii lor Carters Shampoo Cresna.
Osr label redeemable in C0 enstsst foe 0
scs eots for each jencj rtprotateii la tas
retail sals pries.
Wc Glrs Votes la da Braid! fSflBt CoctasV,