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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, DECEjMBER 4. 1912.
THE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report Cloudy.
WE'RE RUNNING AHEAD
of last j ear's business every day.
It shows e'e "got the goods"
and you can see it for yourself.
Our S20 Suits
and Overcoats at
When did on ever see before
' such value in Suits and Overcoats?
.Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Avfe.
"You Can Get It at ANDREWS'
In Things Suitable for
Brass Desk Sets, satin finish,
pad size 10x15. inkwell, calen
dar and pen tray. Regular $3 00
ialne . . . 9Z3C7
Parisian lo Desk Sets pad
slz. i:xl9 Inkstand blotter,
stamp box. letter rack and paper
knife Regular S7 50 value 43.67
Inkwells satin brass, size 3x2
Inches large well Regular 1 25
ular 4Uc i
German Silver Mesh Racs ReB
ular $1 .; alue fl.lz
Gun Metal Mesh Bags Regu
lar S3 50 value $2J7
Smoking Stands satin-finish
bris 3D inches high glass ash
triy match and cigar holder
Regular J2 50 alue 147
Brass Tobacco Jars Regular
j: ro alue . 91JBH
Box Paper holl box .4 sheets
and 24 enelopes Regular 23c
r ox Taper holl cabinet 48
sh els and 4S envelopes Regu
la i ik alue 47c
Box Paptr fancy box box and
pnp i tied with ribbon bo size
. xisu Rigular ;i)l alue. .aac
Jap-Lnes H ind painted China
Ten t teapo sugar cream
a d C c ups and saucers Regular
price Jf aO 3JS
fake Set hand painted one 11
in h and six fi-lnch plates Regu
lar J' oo ali e ?3.73
1331 F Street,
625-629 La. Ave.
AKD PLAYER PIANOS
To it are
Joseph Hall Cba
Other piano houses and so
called factory warerooms charge
jou the enormous expense and
profit asked by agents We elim
inate that, and ou save the
agents profit In this store, mean
ing about $200 or J300 on a piano
If a dealer says a Schubert is
cheap or not good he Is Ignorant,
and we stand ready to proto it.
Theie Is no finer piano made
than the Schubert and we give
you an unlimited guarantee, and
refer ou to people in Washing
ton who hae used them 28 jears.
IF IT IS NOT SATISFACTORY
lOU GET TOUR MONET BACK.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIAHO CO.,
1307 O ST. jr. w.
162S 7TH ST. X. TV.
Both Stores Open Evenings.
Special Jordan and
Chocolate Almonds, lb.
All Kinds of Fancy Boxes.
Wo take Christmas orders for Sun
day Schools, Churches, .&
1203 H St N. E. 924 9th St. N. W.
1e sire Herald tZS,000 contest Totes.
money are me before E
not afterward, u
TO BE HONORED
National League of Democratic
Clubs to Elect Officers
TWO HUNDRED DELEGATES HEBE
The National League ot Democratic
Clubs, which convened at the Raleigh
yesterday afternoon lor lta third bien
nial session, will elect Perry Belmont,
of Washington and New York, its presi
dent, the sentiment in faor of Mr. Bel
mont being practically unanimous.
Woodrow Wilson. Thomas R. Mar
shall. Wlhlam J. Bryan, Adlal E. Stev
enson, and possibly other nationally rec
ognized democrats will ba elected hon
Nearly 200 delegates are attending the
sessions, which will close to-day. Ycs
terda) afternoon's session was demoted
almost entirely to organization, the fol
lowing committees being appointed.
Members of Committee.
Credentials A J Welty. Pandora,
Ohio. Democratic Club, John H. B.
Haniry, Seymour Club of New York:
Leopold M Brown, Jefferson Club of
New York, E B Seymour, Democratio
Club of Philadelphia, George Tyler
Smith. Plalnfleld, N J. Democratio
Resolutions Judge M F Stiles, Kana
wha Democratic Club, Charleston. W
Va , Byron M Clendennlng, Duckworth
Club, of Cincinnati, Ed Owings Townc.
New York Young Men's Democratic Club,
ex-Congressman Lafe Pence, league's ex
ecutive board, Washington, D C , Hexr
man Slrottl. New York Hebrew Demo
Plan and scope Lon Sanders, Missouri
Democratic League, MaJ J. O Wood
ward, New York Democratic Club, Julius
Broder. Jackson Democratic Association,
of New York, Samuel Friedman. Kings
County Democratic Club, of Brooklyn,
Rei. Dr Joseph Seft, Hebrew-American
Democratic Club, of Brooklyn. Stephen
Ryan, Norwich (Conn) Democratic
Revision of constitution and by-laws
Dr T Horace Hoiklns Philadelphia
Democratic Club. Samuel Bell Thomas,
New York County Democratic Club,
Mbert J Weber. People s Democratic
Club, of New lork
Resolutions In faor of more batUe
shlps for the navj, a department of
labor, an amendment to the Constitution
providing for an Income tax, and the
adoption of another treaty with Russia,
embodlng a guaranty of rights to per
sons bearing American passports, are to
be presented by the league, and prob
ably will be adopted The proposed pur
chase of Monticello. and the question of
woman suffrage are expected to come be
fore the league for consideration
1 111 ldilrr.1 League.
Governors-elect Sulzer of New York,
and Cox of Ohio both of whom are
members of the House. Lafe Pence, of
Washington fcenator Hoke bmlth of
Georgia, and Representative Raker or
California, are to speak before the league
The league maintains Its Eastern
I headquarters In the Pacific Building In
DISCUSS MISSION W0EK
'Women of Episcopal Church Meet
and IMnn Campaign.
Two hundred and fifty members of the
Woman's Auxiliary to the mission board
of the Episcopal churches of Washington
met yesterday at the Church of the
Ascension to discuss the work of the
Reports from all of the Washington
churches were read, and Rev Dr G. C.
Bratenahl secretary of the third depart
mnt of the mission board, addressed the
m"eUnR He urged particularly the edu
cation of missionaries and made an ap
peal for a larger fund.
Parish Christmas Sale.
St Andrew s Parish will hold an A B C
Christmas sale on Thursday and Friday
of this week from 3 to 10 o clock each
daj, at which articles of all kinds suit
able for Christmas guts win be orrered
for sale The prices will be reasonable.
A dinner will be served eich evening
from 5 to 8 for 50 cents a person. Hot
tnrkey will be served on Thursday night
and oysters on Friday night The sale
and dinner will be held at the parish
hall In Corcoran Street, near Fourteenth.
florist. Discuss Advertising.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Washington Florists Club was held last
night at 1214 F Street Plans were dis
cussed for the ad ertlsement of Christ
mas flowers Two new members Guy C
Elker and W. O D Alcorn were elected
David Qrlllbortzer, president of the club,
John G. Moore Dend.
John G Moore, who died at Holmes-
burg Junction. Pa., Tuesday, was em
ployed In the draftsman's division of
the Patent Office. for twenty-five years.
His wife died about two years ago He
Is survived by Mrs. Mary Haines and
two other sisters, all living In Holmes
Womnn Gets ?3,B0O Damages.
A verdict for $3,500 was returned by a
Jury in Chief Justice Clabaugh's court
jesterday in favor of Sarah A. Aubert
in her suit against the Anacostla and
Potomac River Railroad Company. She
was injured April 21. 19U. at First and
B Streets Northeast by being thrown to
the floor of a car which was rounding
the corner Just after Bhe had boarded it
For a Disordered Stomach
IIofTs Lemon Seldlitz is the greatest
thing In the world It Is prescribed by
phjsiclans everywhere and for safe by
Cables Another 91,000.
The American Red Cross yesterdaj
cabled J1.O0O to Belgrade, Bervta, in care
of the International Bureau for the Aid
ot War Prisoners Many appeals had
been received here for funds to aid in
relief work among-the allies' prisoners
etrtmer Charlea Maealeetrr for Mount Veracs
Itirea Serenta Street Waart it 10 a. a. tail 1-U
p. D. daflr. except 8anday.
Ttcxfotk aad Waihlnctoa Steamboat CbBpanya
trainer from foot of 8ereata Street for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk Gallj at C-iS p. n.
Cars from Futrenta Buret and Mew Tors Arena.
rreiy Quarter hoar for main ectrznes Zoo Park and
To Great FaHa waablsftoa aad Old Dominion
Railroad cars ererj frv mfcratea from Thnty-tixta
acd M Streets,
To Mount Vernon Waahtnctan Thrlnla Balmy.
Cars CTO7 hoar on tb hoar from 10 a. m to 2 p.
m.. lut car. Sutton 12th Street and PmrJjlTtnll
"The Half-breed Scout,"
Z-Reel Bison, and "The Acrobat's
Daughter." 4 Reels.
Pitman and Grera Stenography.
r Beginnen and apeetal 'rt, txninetl lad CliQ
cernra wrea, iscinuierr.
ABE MAETIN SAYS:
Mrs. Tipton Bud's niece an' her
husband have finally split up. She
gits th' custody o' th' children an'
th' lawyers git th' auto.
Th' temptation t write too much
seems t' be een greater'n talkin'
DR.H. L. E. JOHNSON RE-ELECTED.
Society of Colonial War Holds Its
Annual Bnalness Mcetlnir.
Dr H. L. E Johnson, as governor, and
other officers of the Society of Colonial
Wars In the District were re-elected at
tho annual meeting of the society at the
New Willard last night.
Reports of officers and committees were
received, and at the conclusion of the
meeting a buffet luncheon was served
Besides Dr. Johnson, the officers elected
were Deputy governor, Joseph Culer
Hardle, lieutenant governor. Walter Col
lins Clephane secretary. J. Burr John
son, treasurer, Alfred Barbour Dent,
registrar. Dr Albert Charles Pcale. his
torian. Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr , chap
lain. Rev Roland Cotton Smilh. chan
cellor, Frederick Carlos Brvan. surgeon,
Dr George Tully Vaughan
Gentlemen of the council John William
Henr, Edwin Alston Hill, and Dr Ira
Committee on membership Dr Mbert
Charlei Peale. chairman. Col Everett
Worthlngton Foster. Cyrus Root. Henry
Orvllle Hall, and Dr Charles Ford Lang
worthy Committee on historical documents
Caleb Clarke Magruder, Jr , chairman
Dr George Washington Neale Custls
William L Marsh. James Bralnard Tay
lor Tupper, and James Carson Court
Delegates to the General Assembl
Thomas Hide. Dr James Milton Flint
John Dcwhurst Patten, Francis Henr
Parsons, and MaJ Gen Joeph Prentice
Sanger. D. S A
DECIDE ON HEADQUARTERS,
IfinnR; Men's Democratic Clnh
Mnkrs Innncnr-illon Pinna.
Permanent Inaugural headquarters at
SOS-S10 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
will be established by the Young Men's
Democratic Club This was determined
at a meeting of the club at old Ma
sonic Temple last night.
The club will request that It be allow
ed to head the District division of the
Inaugural parade, basing Its request
upon Its claim that it Is the oldest con
tinuously active Democratic organiza
tion in the DIMrlct. It was .founded In
Several new members were entered,
upon the rolls of the club last night. J.
Fred Kelley presided and William J
Neale was secretary
Choice Homegrown Flowers
and beautiful blooming plants. Order
early for Christmas. Gude 1214 F
The Big Xmas
r. . .i
I VA w 9
This $19 Golden Quar
tered Oak Extension
A highly-polished Table, of
durable construction, with mas
sive pedestal and claw feet.
OF ALL RAILROADS
Bill in Congress Empowers Inter
state Commerce .Commission
to Fix Valuation.
Physical valuation, of all railroad prop
erty in the United States as a means of
providing a basis for the Interstate
Commerce Commission In correcting
rate against which complaint Is made
Is proposed In the Adamson bill, which
was taken up for debate In the House
Tho bill provides that the work oj as
certaining railroad values shall be con
ducted by the commission, which is au
thorized to employ for the purpose en
gineers and other experts and empow
ered to compel railroad managers to
produce records, books, papers, and
other documents that may be regarded
as pertinent to the Investigation. The
measure was debated for four hours,
and discussion of It will be resumed
Thursday, when It will doubtless be
passed The Democratic leaders planned
to put the bill through yesterday, but
when the time came for a vote It was
found that there was less than a quorum
The bill provides that the value of
railroad property shall be ascertained
by means of an inventory of each sys
tem which shall list and classify the
phjslcal elements In conformity with a
classification of expenditures for road
and equipment that may be prescribed
by the commission. The commission Is
given authority to ascertain and report
as to each piece of property owned or
utetl by railroads, the original cost for
railway purposes, the cost and value to
the present owner, and what Increase In
v-ilue is due to cost of Improvements
The commission Is also Instructed to as
certain any Increases or decreases of
capital stock In any reorganization of
railroads, and moneys received by any
of Kuih corporations by reason of any
issues of stocks, bonds or other securi
ties, or from the net and gross earnings
of such companies, and how the moneis
wer. expended or pild out for the pur
poots of .ui h pament
The commission li further directed to
report the amounts and dates of all
railroad bonds outstanding the names of
all stockholders and bond holders with
the amount held by each, and also the
name of each director on each board of
directors also the facts as to the con
ni ctlcn of any bink or banker, capitalist
or association of capitalists, or financial
institution or holding company with he
ownership, manipulation, management
or control of any stocks and bonds of
Representative Mann of Illinois, the
Republican leader made an attack upon
the form of the bill He suggested the
adoption of an amendment giving the
Interstate Commerce Commission au
thority to supervise the Issuance of rail
road stocks and bonds The Democrats
refused to accept the amendment
PERUVIAN MINISTER'S SON,
BORN ON G, WASHTNGTOFS
BIRTHDAY, NAMED ATTACHE
It was annourced yesterday that Al
fonso Washington Pezet. son of the Pe
ruvian Minister to the United States,
has been appointed attache of the Peru
vian Legation hero.
Mr Pczet was born on February 22.
IKS), and was accordingly named In hon
or of George Washington
aJ- Wlntora Gol
During the coming winter maneuvers
of the Atlantic Fleet at Guantanamo.
Cuba, the entlro personnel and all the
hvdro aeroplanes of the navj aviation
corps will be transferred to the naval
base In Cuba As It has been found Im
practicable to bring the desired number
of officers to the navy aviation sc.lool
at Annapolis, It Is now proposed tu take
the school to the officers.
WE GIVE HERALD $25,000 CONTEST VOTES.
512 NINTH STREET N- W.
ECONOMY AT ITS BEST!
Sale Brings Larger Throngs of Shoppers Every Day. It's Easy
to Buy Now and Pay Later a Little at a Time.
Xmas Sale Special
This $14.00 Craftsman
In Early English or Fumed
Oak. Simple, yet elegant, in de-
i sign and matchless for service.
Has loose Spanish leather cushion.
Closing Out a Lot of
$8.00 Rope Portieres, $5.35
Unusually handsome4Rooe Portieres, in solid colors
and color combinations. Most effective hangings for dou
ble doors. -
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHQP
G Street Two Doors Cast of Eleventh.
$4.50 Value $3.50
A dollar saved
to-day $4 for
better than usual $5
House Coats, with
edges and pockets
piped with cord
piping; other coats
at various prices
THE PALAIS ROYAL
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 Given on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
rillott lleport I nconflrmed. ,
It was reported here yesterday that.
tharles B Elliott, member ot the Phil-
tpplna Commission, has resigned "While j
offlclals of the War Department ad-1
$6 Brussels Effect
Charmingly patterned Curtains,
in the popular Brussels effect; full
length and width. Curtains of this
type are much sought after, and
this lot can't last long at to-day's
$6.00 Value $5.00
Many hundreds of Bath and Loung
ing Robes are here at various prices
from $2.95 to $25.00. To-day's Bargain
Spots Bath Robes, with slippers to
matcli will disappear before the store
8 to 6
mltted that rumors of his resignation
na ben neart but " nlng had
been received officially Indicating that
he has resigned or that he Intends to re-
high-grade bed In
every respect, and
guaranteed not to tar
nish Satin or polish
ed Unlsli Made with
heav posts and large
THIS $10 FULL SIZE
One or two piece style. A
strictly sanitary Mattress, made
in our own shop. Filled with
clean, odorless felt, and covered
with heavy ticking.
Fancy Cabbage, per
3 loaves Star of the
East Bread for.l lOo
50c Tea, any kind, per
Large New, Fat Mack
eral, each 5c
Fine Apples, eating or
cooking, per peck 25o
Fancy Michigan Po
tatoes, peck 20c
Fancy Yellow Onions,
per peck 17o
Boneless Breakfast Ba
con, per lb 20o
8 lbs. New Buckwheat
12 lbs. White Cornmeal
10c cans of Sunset
Evaporated Milk ..... ..7Vgo
3 cans Pink Salmon... 25o
Pure Lard, per lb..l3VJ,o
Hew Jersey Are. aad R St. N.W.
19 IN ALL
Vie artve votes la The Herald
433 th Street X. W.
Continuous noon to 11 p. a.
To-day and To-morrow.
Extraordinary Pictures ot
CAPT. SCOTT'S SOUTH POLE
Land of Icebergs.
Garden Symphony Orchestra.
FRIDAY Adventures of the
Great Detective Petroalao.
ZEHiTH THEATER 1
715 8th SL S-E.
H Where comfort and content-
I ment reign supreme.
4 Hew Reels Each Day
H We artve Herald C3400 H
n contest tea.
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519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We eJTi Herald H3S.Q00 con teat Tote.
MOVING PICTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURE&
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT S.-30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION 5c
W Glra TMaa ta Tb. Bralda tS.U Contact.
MOST COMFORTIBE THEATEn.
M Street. Between 19th and Oth.
XE1V FEATTOE FIUIS.
We ftira Vot hi Th HraH a (2,000 ConteaC
HORNING, 9th and D
LHnnill, Machine Man
Will repair your sewing maebta
properly, no matter what make.
6nd postal, or phone M-223S.
Corner 3d and H Strcats N. W.
Wa Gin Vatca ta TU DaraaTa SJOl Coctaat.
If you are In doubt as to what
Paint to use for the Interior of
jour home ask Hodgkln
HODCKIN'S Family Paint Slorfc
Largest stock; ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
M30 Georgia Ave. N. W.
XV a-lv. Herald 2iOOO eoate.t rotea.
"G. and M" Capsules
The surest -emedy- for COLDS and
GRIPPE. Will break a cold In a da)
Sent to your, address on receipt ot S3
HENRY W.SMITH. 22d & Pa. Ave. N.W.
Wa Git. Votta ta Tb. Utrali a 13.000 Cbsttac
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn 10s
Raisins, 3 for T....20
Citron, pound 18o
Tomatoes. 3 cans Sjo
Oth and 31 Streets.
Phone N. ZOt.
IT h Votta ta Tba Herald a J3.00S UmttsL
largest Homing Circulation.
Sugar, per lb,,