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THE WASHINGTON. HERALD. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1912.
i
f THF MAN'S .QTHttR.
HOME OF THE OVERCOAT
And the Place Where You Get the Most
Clothing Quality for the Least Money.
BUSY?
Busier than ecr before in the
history of this store that shows
we must have THE VALUES.
Just see
Our Splendid M. S. M.
Hand-tailored Suits
Try to match them any
where at S30.
The cr cream of the best stxles
and fabrics.
We've Put More
Suits and Overcoats
in the great offering at
$15.15
They're Actual S20
Qualities.
"ou'll bo amazed at the :tle,
quahtv and workmanship we've
gotten into thee clothes at this
cr special low price
Money's Worth or
Money Back.
Vj1'5 D. J. KAUF!
I .'. IHKI11B iiffmuti
H Till n 'JtUSKfl
7 '' . hRi
KAUFMAN
1005-1007 I
Pa. Ave. J
LAW TO PREYBHT
IMITATION BEERS
Representative Anderson Introduces
Bill to label the Impure
Article.
A bill amending tne pure food and
drug law so as to enable the government
to prescribe a standard beer, and'requlr
lnr brewers and other dealers to label
bottles, barrels, and kegs with a state
ment setting forth the constituents of
the product, will be introduced in tne
House next week by Representative Syd
ney Anderson of Minnesota. Mr. .Ander
son a bill will propose tnat compounds"
and "imitation beers shall be labelled as
distinguished from pure beers, and that
such labels shall set forth for the benefit
of the consumer whether he Is getting a
real malt product or something else.
In a decision drawn up by the Acting
Solicitor of the Department of Agricul;
ture. It Is held that under the present law
the government has no authorlty-to pre
scribe a standard for beer.
In framing his beer bill Mr. Anderson
will be guided largely by the experts of
the Department of Agriculture. He will
attempt to fix an arbitrary standard, as
Is done In a number or European coun
tries. In addition to th.e standard that
will be prescribed, Mr. Anderson will
write a taxing feature Into his bill Ha
will proceed along the lines that were
followed by Congress in the framing of
the filled cheese and oleomargarine acts)
RAYNER'S ESTATE
MORETHAN MILLION
f5c FEATURE FILMS DAILY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 5c
H
MOORE'S ftADnEU THEATRE
423 9th $3 M 111! kill 423 9th
10c 3 P. M. Continuous to 10:30 10c
CHILDREN, 5c MATINEE.
S TO-DAY V
PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERT
MALOPEA SEXTET
Ad Art of -Merit. Replete with Tuneful Songs and Muatral nnbrn.
Seymour, Dempsey & Seymour
Thone Three Cabaret Kntertnlners.
IVsiss Holly Hollins, Comedienne
In a Ilrllllant Vxray of Sons' and Talk.
Special Film To-day
Cyrano De Bergerac
l-rrrl Production Other First Hun I'hotn rial.
And GARDEM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
COMING FEATURE FILMS
Week Beginning December 9
Mom!n "nil Tnrada) Krrat sprrlaiulnr Film,
SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON
. lllnlfrplirf In Four lire! Other
WcilnriMlny -THE nW OF D.i Military
I-or Ilalnner of UnL See Herald
Will to Se Piled for Probate Next
Week in Baltimore and
Washington.
The estate of the late IMdor Rayner,
Senator from Maryland, will be shown
to be about $1,000,000, exclusive of some
taluable Industrial holdings, when the
will Is filed for probate in Washington
and Baltimore next week. The estate is
to be equally divided between Mrs. Ra
ner and William R. Rayner, a son, and
life Interest of Mrs Rajner will
descend to William B Rajner and his
family in the event of her death
Mrs Rajner and her son are made
executors Jointly with the hafe Deposit
mid Trust Compan, and under the eon
I'ltlons of the wli the trustees may sell
am portion or the estate without the
permission of the trust com ram Mrs
William U Rayner and eerul of the J
...w. .ur.o u, avuaiui iuna iamii3 are
remembered in the will with incomes
for life
COMPLETING PLANS
FORCATCLDBSHOW
More Than 150 Trophies and Prizes
Have Been Offered by Dif
ferent Associations.
Plans for the show to be held byShe
Washington Cat Club on January 16, 17,
and; IS are being completed The event
has attracted widespread interest, prac
tically all of the Eastern and Middle
West clubs having put up their chal
lenge cups and trophies. There will be
over 1M of these cups and trophies, be
sides which numerous Individual prizes.
Including money, silverware, and china-
ware, will be offered.'
An International Interest attaches to the
show, owing to the fact that the Blue
Persian Cat boclety. of England, has
offered two medals, this being the first
time that these medals have been put up
at a show in the United States The
competition for there foreign prlxes will
b keen
Among the out-of-town exhibitors will
be Mrs. Herbert Shlnman. New York.
Mrs C W. Chapln, Bungalow Cattery.
New Tork; Miss Ethel Clahan, Columbus.
Ohio, Mrs J G Mitchelion. Tarlltville.
Conn . Miss J R Kroeh. Kllravock Kat
Kennels, New Jersey. Mrs W. C Capen,
Nepac Cat Kennels. 8t Louis. Mo ; Mrs.
0 Gillespie. Wcodverce Cattery. New
Jersej; Mrs John K Ronda), Plalnfleld,
J , Miss Maud FaiTer. Orange. Va..
and many others
The, local exhibitors will Include Mrs.
1 M Tompkins. Mrs Benton Halstead.
Mrs Edson Bradley. Miss Ada Rhodes.
r. Stoddard. Mrs It L West. Mrs. II.
Moyer, Mrs Jero-ne Kendall. Mlsa
Marlon L West, and Mrs B M Dickin
son Mrs. Blxbys exhibits will depend
upon the arrlial of the cats which she Is
expecting from England
At the meeting of the club on Tnesriav
eenlng the committees will be announced
BOY SCOUTS BEFRIEND
CHASE, AND MANAGES.
NOW REPAYS THE DEBT
How P B. Chase got Into debt to the
Boy Scouts for Si cents came out one
night last week when It was announced
I that the Boj bcout are to profit bv a
weeks benefit at Chases Theater begin
ning Derember 16
t In (nlumhlis. Ohio nn, An Imst Rum
jmer. Mr Chase and some friends lef t j nounc,'d at " Department cs
I their iiitomoblle standing in the street ""I.;31 .
while thei attended to business in an' hC bat,lcshln Arkansas nil make I
omce when tney came out the found " i n iu mnssiun Jamaica
thimteUes facing a heay rainfall Twol Cristobal Canal Zone and Port o
bojs were Just finishing the Job of put- Spain. Trinidad from December J) to I
ting ui me auiomouue nood Jlr Chae Januao 10
offerej them a quarter The aal transport Prairie, due ii
No. thanks we are Bo bcout was PhlladelDhla last nlcht from snm n
MOVEMENT OF FLEETS.
nv llepnrtment MnLra fnnunuer
mriit r Programme.
The following fleet moeincnts were an
PRESIDENT RECIPIENT OF
HANDSOME CANE MADE
FROM I0G SUNK BELOW SEA
President Taft yesterday receiied a
cane made from a loj found flftj--slx
feet below sea leei during excavation
for the Gatun Dam of the Panama
Canal The cane was the Kift of Col
William L. Sibtrt Engineer Corns. I S
a member of the Canal Commission
President also received a ropy of
Thankt.ciing Dal Droclamation
translated into Latin by the students
at (anislus College at Buffalo. . Y
from Glen Kdward Walsh one of the
tuden'H of that Institution
CHASE'S
SCHUBERT PIANOS
AND PLAYER PIANOS
Dally-Mats., All Seats, 10c Evening and Sundays, 10c and 20o
i ne nome or quality snows
ALL THIS WEEK
3
isifi?r Hife,
WP ir?l
Ofmusfg dnd iiin 'A Mmfrewt' l
CSlmjrfdj wintfeSKl
frMSwmstlkkm flndKrfin&lDUO.
Cmtdu wlTOCdrii
StytyOrnqtoam , 0mi$i0aiif r
SHOW SEVER STOPS COHTIHIIIS, 1 TO 11 P. H.
STIEFF PIANO USED EXCXTJSIVmVr.
liNN
I
ZENiTH THEATER
715 8th SI. S. E.
S Where comfort and content
H ment reign supreme.
j; 4 New Reels Each Day
Ow for a
Business Suit
LEO DAVIS
Importing Taller. 730 13th SI. N.W.
We glse Herald 2.',000 contest Totei
iUHAMBRA
THEATER
3G
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Mans:-
NOTHING STALE
Fresh Films Every Day
'We gle llernld .".000 contest Totem.
SENATE
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
' 4 REELS
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION -5c
W Glte Van in Tht Ilcrxld SS.0U CcsUat.
Chelsea Theater
IOT COMFOUTABETIIEVTEn.
M Street, Between 10th and 20th.
MJW FEATliIlE FILJIs.
5c
5c
We Giie otn in The Htnld JSKO Contest.
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn 10(
Raisins. 3 for St
Citron, pound ISc
Tomatoes, 3 cans 23c
. OSEBI.ATT,
Oth and M streets.
" Phone N. 23M.
Oh Totes in Th BertM XS.WO UpoteC
ANY
THING
WHERE
TIME
BY
VAN ETON'S
the answer No charge for a kind
ness "
I'll get even with the Bov Scouts
said Mr Chase
mlngo Clt will Ieae Philadelphia De
cember 1C for Cristobal, where she will
take on board marines who hae leen
terming In Mtaragua. These marines the
ine ooj bcout here are rolnc to heln' PralH. will tiring hnt ir. ihii.j.int.i.
him get een The are tormlng com-j stopping at Quantanamo Cuba, en route,
mlttees to sell tickets and they will put. The Louisiana and New Jersej will not
on a little "ketch of Uov Scout work at BO to Cuba with the fleet for winter
each performance (practice, but will remain In their home
. ards for repairs Tim repairs on the
j J. .'"5rr .'?'",. FlD"t """l""" Conne-tlout hae been dclajed and she
will remain nt the f Tork N"a Tard
t.ntll late in Januao I
for debutantes Hth&Kye Phone SI
TEN YEARS ON BENCH.
labile
Hair
Highest Trlba
for that TVrlod.
Asociitr J itlce Oliver Wendell
Holmes will complete ten ears of scrv.
Ice as a niemhcr of the Supreme Court
to-dat. therebj I c-coming eligible for re
tlrement m accordance with tho law
ine sociate justice Is In his scent
ecoml car He is still gorous and it
is not llkclj that he will ntlre for some
cars to come should he elect to re
llnqulsh his poltion before March t.
howecr President laft would be as
"iircd of ne more Supreme Court ap
r ointment
(ude'a meriean Beauties
are com eded to be the largest and finest
loses grown Freh cut 1214 F St
Pillow for 'White Home.
President Taft was jesterdaj present
ed with a sofa pillow to be gien to
Mrs Taft haring a picture of the bal
anced rock in the Bronx by Georce K
htot.ebrldsc of New ork. who Is a
member of tho North Side Board of
Trade
R .CORD'S VITAL
RESTORATIVE
Increases Men's 'Vitality.
Price, tl. At all drngBUt. Always
S5",nd nt O'DulElL-S DRDG I
-. . mrra nuilfllfq
Let us show you a lens
paper-weight it makes a
fine Xmas gift and is only
CLAFLIN OPTICAL CO.
907 F Street
We GJts Votei in Tie HenJd $3,000 Ccnteit
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
We Glte otea In The Herald's (2 on Contest.
HAIR TONIC
C Stops Illlins ljiir. rtU-rn dsndiuC sootnim,
JilTlxoTstes. W
L Carter's Laboratory Co
nrsi u. L,
- A1i for Csrter s bbunpoo Cream. .
Q Oar label redeemable in 25 0O3 contest fee Q
one Tots for each tenor Rpresented In tas
tetall sale rrice.
Ws Gits Totes In The Bar-.ld s 3.009 ContMU
Mo Storage Charges for
First Month.
Reasonable rate an atorajre. anllac
aad packing. Ifatlmaten turaUbed. ali
scrt mmtc,
UNION STORAGE CO..
Pboa M. 4374. 1011 pa. Art.
W Oils Votes la lis llenld (3,009 LooUst
H-MMH:-4-H-;--:.i
vjive
Jewelry
s
w
haf hiimirrtfi nt aiun.
lewelrj- novelties for eery mem
f ber of the famllj
A. O. KUTTERLY
1 732 7th Street N. W.
FOUND DEAD ON LAWN.
Oeorite
kcl nellrarl Icllm
nf lleurt lllnense.
tJeorge Van Sjkel. fifty jear old was
found hlng dead In a parking in front
of his lodging house at DOG II Street
Northwest 5hortl after 115) o'llock this
morning Ills death apparentl was due
to heart disease There were no suspl
tlous clrcumtances
It was said at Van Sykel s rooming
houe that he had evcral regular lsi-j
tor among whom was his mother, who
lle In thl cit little was known
about him b) other Inmates of the
house J
To lecture on lecountnncs. I
A series of lectures on various aspects
of account inc In relation to business,
which are free to all men of the cit,
starts this week under the auspices of
the MCA School of Accountancy
The tiro two lectures will be glen next
Tuesda e ening, at T 15 and 8 12. respec
ticl. b Harold Dudley Qreelo), UK
M C P A . of New York Cltj. Mr
Gree!e 1? a member of the New York
bar as well as a certified public ac
countant and a "pedal lecturer and coun
selor In the New lork Institute of Ac
countancy In his first lecture, next
Tuesday evening Mr Greeley wil speak
on ' The Elements of Accounting." while
his second lecture will cover the subject
of ' Fiduclar Accounting "
imorcea Granted.
Several divorces were granted jester
day as follows Lillian Simmons from
Ben II Simmons George C. Schmidt
from Carrie G N Schmidt, and Lucy
Storks was granted a divorce from Leon
ard Storki and given permission to take
her maiden name. Lucy Pendleton.
Sentence for An
ill.
The Essence of Contentment.
An After Dinner Smoke.
BflHI
DEER HEAD, 10c
Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
Gvcd For 5 Votes.
Sold Eer where.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
Votes Also Gien on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
ALL THIS WEEK
Joseph Hall 4 haae.
claim no superior to th
i or rijje , ind
j; ono noo guaran-
Plan
t-chuber
back I
tee
Deal here direct with a fac
tory, and sue all the agents big
cxpens ind profit
CHRISTMAS BUYERS COME
EARLY FOR A CHOICE OF HAND
SOME NEW INSTRUMENTS
llercrpnct? ifopi? in antrm-
Term to suit
prices eer knf-wn on high-grade
pianos
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
180T G ST. N. 1.
1628 7T1I ST. . AV.
Hoth Stores Open Evenings.
Me give lotea In The Herald
VSd.trao coniesi.
MOr
r 7&j)kndid apnay afST
mj?2&? rdUdevnie"jaiemvrpL
mw-
1 kssf Uf
I II
i. m mm i
Mnll
i Bi sUL?t
" tasssaicl-.
Schuberts
Richard n Polen white, ajid Ixiuls
Jefferson and George Barton, colored
were sentenced to serve ten years each
In the penitentiary by Justice Stafford
jestcrdaj on the charge of assault
Cities Financially Sound.
Robert O Bade, Assistant Secretary!
of the Treasurj. returned to Washington
jestcrda fiom a visit to most of the!
iitii'u, .aiiv - ....-... -. ui ine .tllUOIQ
West Mr Ballej reported to Secretary
Mac oagh that there Is no present need
for financial assistance In the cities he
visited
LOCAL MENTION.
Main 3298
"He glvcTotrs In The Herald J.
X2!a.fasVl srX1a.a 1
44ifa,4;
A KODAK
5it!lSV.onw y.olir!,h to P'ase Is the
Ideal gift. Vest Pocket Kodaks. J6t61K.
W. J. MOUSE, M 1 St. N. W.
Onen lrsnlnr.
We sire llernld S3S.O0O contest votes. In his greatest exploit. To-day Virginia,
nxcimsioxs to-d.t.
Nbimif Charles Micalester for alorme ru.
leatra Seirntli Street 'Wharf at M a. m. sad i
p. m. dallj. except Sandaj.
Nerfolk acd najhtcrton Steamboat Coninu.
teamen from foot of Sereotb Street for Uld Potat
Comfort and Norfolk dally at I O p. m.
Cars frrra Fifteenth street and New York i..
frrrr qoutrr toar for aaia eatnac Zoo Paik sad
Clierj Chite.
To Onit Fillt-Waiblccton and Old Dominion
Railroad ears erery few mlsates from TbirtjUih
tod M 8treeta
To Moant emoo Waahlnston VbrmU Itatlvay.
Cars sirry hour on the hoar from 10 s. m. to 1 pi
m.. hut car button nth Street and Pennajltanla
Ate.
IMtman and Grcjcjr btenographi.
Beginners and special classes, business
and CIS II Service courses. The Drillery.
I.lent. nose
r-AUTH'S-
Green Pork
LinkSausage
The niost luscious and
appetizing of all sausages
(old German tIe)
Direction put into ket
tle ol parboiled water for
few minutes, then fry to a
delicious golden brown
An Ideal
Breakfast Treat
AUTH'S
Green PorkLink
Sausage
It' great with hot cakes
thcc mid mornings just
the thing to make the
man ami children full of
vim thce cold, snappj
mornings before going to
their work and school
You get VUTH'S
SAUSAGE at all leading
markets
N.Auth Provision Co.
623 I Street S. W.
Ke Giro ote la The Bmld a fS,jO) Coctnt.
CASINO ife
6ACts(
JWiM11l!-mwK
iJvririWVv Bar&mztians
S "TjelayandtiieShortcfit'
FANNY fONDELIEFL
AVwfwMmDailu K)V2o 1
THAT TURKEY
Roasted In a
Kitchen Delight
Coal Range
Is Perfection In Cooking
Latest Idea in Range Design
Smooth Finish.
Removable Nickel.
Remoablo Firebox
Protective Oen Plate.
Three St les of Base.
Polished Steel Shelf or Closet.
Right or Left Oien,
Tortabl" or Set lo Heat Above.
Water Heater if Desired.
Operation Guaranteed
Sample Range at Contest Head
quarter. 714 13th St, N W
Complete I.lno of Ranges at
W. S. JENKS & SOS,
S!oves& Ranges, 723 7th SLN.W.
W Clie Votes In The Herald's 3 009 Contest.
A. J. GRIMES
603 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Phone Line 1351.
Decorator
Paperhanger
Interior Decorator
Let us give an estimate for
your work It does not obligate.
ou In any way
We give Herald fSS.000 contest
votes.
E. V. RICE
Coal, Wood
ICoke
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
WEBER'S
402-404 H St. N. E.
We give Herald SSSMOO contest votes.
Largest Morning Circulation.
H 143 B St. S. E. Phone Line 179 H
Hue Wstchn snJ Dismued. ljbllhed ITS.
Select Christmas
Gifts Now
V LARCE HTMjNT OK IsF.Flt. as
vell s. Br ITIH I OUTS srebere in HI V
MOM) Jimill) W VTI lll 5lMl.lt
V ItE (IT .l -v and UM kl lor a
fiaall dervit we rfmf anj article toii may
s-trct ur lliri.tm. aU. IS ULFUlIl. ULX
IM, LLSEWIILIU
CARL PETERSEN,
jrWELEK M alMEKsUlTH.
t23 C St. N. W. Phono M. 4X43.Y
SIC atac UH.IU WJWW IVHKII TWiaJSSj
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