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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1912.
AND RETAILERS IN
We aTtve Herald (33,000 contest votes.
FLESHER CIGAR CO.
Factory and Store,
305 7th St. N. W.
Phone M. 3273
1201 E St. N. W.
Phone M. 4110
M REMODELING SALE!
Entire stock of mens furnishings
must be sold at greatly reduced price
to make room for builders.
Specials In Overcoats. Rain Coats.
Underwear, Bhrrts. Pajamas, Hoalerr.
Neckwear, Gloves, Bath Robes, Hats.
S1.00 Wright's Under
lie Paris Garters 16o
7Jc Accordion Ties... .39c
GEO. STRAUSS & CO.
623 P-nmylvnnia Ave N. W. Phone M. 3720.
We Give Votes aid Bargains In The Herald S,000
The Concerns Advertising on This Page Give Votes in The Herald's 525,000 Contest
?HP! Willi A
Tin i .vittv sHJft iiiw aaw JavnMUU rmw in I
II 25 Gloves 9Bc
J1.00 Shirts 77o
15.00 Rath Robes 12.85
13.00 Hats JJ.15
J2.00 Hats 1.5
Mot complete line of Tires and
Chas. S. Vermillion
2107 14th St. N. W.
Try one of our appetizing, home
cooked lunches You'll come again.
Clears and Tobacco
SAMUEL. C LONG. Manager.
36th and Prospect Ave. N. W.
We Eire Herald 123,000 contest voles.
tVm C9 ok su
iiuiii v.. H-k.
J. P. GERMUILLER
641 Louis'ina Ave. N W. M. 2524.
We clve Hernld 2T..0OO content votes.
Let Us Sere You with the Sea
sun's Best in
Oysters and Clams
Served m Eerv Stle.
We Shuck Our Own Chsters.
Family Trade Solicited.
Rex Oyster House,
2109 14th St. N. W.
We Eire Herald tCS.000 contest votes.
YOUNG MEN OF
Gl their preference to m tailored
lothes Let me tailor ion a suit from
the rich new fabrics Qualltv. fit and
$18 and up.
The Leading Tailor of Northeast
330 H Street Northeast.
n Git Vole In The UeraM a E3 000 Conte-t,
Will surprise ou in fabrics and
stjle, combined with fit and work
407 Eighth St. S. E.
We Glie otM In Tbe Herald a K3 000 Contra:
EXPERT TAILORING THAT
MAKES GOOD CLOTHES.
Men's and Women's Garments mod
eled to suit every preference and ev
Clove Cleaning a Specialty.
MEKH WEIMJU, Trop.
3933 Georgia Avenue N. W.
U e Glte ot -J in Tbe Herald $3 000 Cecteat.
IN OLD SHOES
Let us repair them,
and cut down jour shoe
hills Expert work
Shoe Mfg. & Repair Co., Inc.
W ork called for and delivered.
403 11th Street N. W.
Wc give Herald fSSfiOO contest votes.
Bct Otiahtv, Stnctlv First-grade,
at Prices That Will Surprise
ou Gie us a Trial.
FICKLING & CO., .
1405 Eye SL N. W.
Phone M 1
We Che Votea In Tbe Herald KS009 Cortett.
A MENACE TO THE THOROUGHBRED.
A dispatch from Lexington. Ky . re
lates (hat James R Keene's great
stallion. Peter Pan has been sold for
$100,000 George Gould Is the purchaser,
and It Is said that the horse will be
Immediate!) shipped to France for racing
and breeding; purposes
The Incident sheds a curious and some
what disquieting light on the decadence,
already apparent, of the thoroughbred
horse in America, and the reasons back
of It. The practical suppression of racing
In America Is unquestionably the chief
contributory factor Few persons in this
country would sanction a return to the
old racing and gambling regime, and tbe
fls&un as It touches the thoroughbred
racing horse does not especially con
But the Interesting feature is that the
thoroughbred racer Is what might be
called the apex of the industry for sup
pling the entire country with thorough
bred stock for workaday purpose",
whether the thoroughbred draft horse
for use In the city or on the farm, the
pleasure horse or the animal of pedigree
used In any one of a dozen practical
pursuits The racer represents the high
est product of the )ears of training,
U.bor and experience that have evolved
also the blooded horse for more utili
tarian uses Had not the tracks of
America demanded trotters and pacers
cf this arduousl) selected tjpe, giving
America a worldwide reputation In that
respect. It Is to be doubted If the high
er! standard of thoroughbred horses
would hare been available for any pur
The breeding of stock follows economic
law, as dots every other Industry. That
law demands a market for the product.
Heretofore the chief market, or the main
Incentive. In merlca has beeh that of
fered by the race track. That with
drawn, does It now follow, almost In
evitably, that stock breeders In America
will seek their logical market? That li
In Europe, where racing Is not under thei
ban The sale of Peter Pan Is merely an
From the great stock farms in the
blue grass region of Kentucky and Ten
nessee, splendid specimens of the thor
oughbred, designed for use In commerce,
were formerly sent to every part of the
couutr Wherever a thoroughbred stal
lion was imported Into a community, tho
influence of the strain Invariably lifted
the standard of the stock for miles
around. Just as the Importation of high
grade Jersejs or beef or milch cattle
performs the same service under similar
The eventual fate of the breeding In
dustry, as It relates to horses, becomes
therefore n matter of conjecture. The
situation Is somewhat puzzling For
while only a small minority of Americans
favor the return of race tracks, almost
the entire country Is Interested In the
preservation of thoroughbred stock for
Fielding & Co.,
1405 Eye St. N. W.
A. HINTON GREGORY
AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS
2217 Ga. Ave. N.W.
W e Girt Totes in Tho Urrtld a (3,003 Ccnte-t.
TAKE YOUR TUB IN MALMSEY.
One Hundred Ilnthn In Twelve (.si.
rrora the Westminster Gazette
The following circular has recently
been snt bj a number of French wine
merchants to their clientele- "Bathing
in superior Malmsey wlno Is most fortify
ing and hygienic fcr the svstem A hec
tolitre (about twelve gallons) of this de
licious wine Is sufficient for one hundred
baths. On each occasion the whole twelve
gallons are poured Into the bath, and
when the bath (which should, occupy
twenty minutes) Is finished, the wine
should be poured back Into the barrel
After one hundred baths the Malmsey
wine is distilled and produces a delicious
brands " This extract Is verbatim. As
pthoolbojs we had delightful visions of a
famous Duke of Clarence, who was
drowned In a butt of this delectable
lkjor in 147S-a death which ranked him
Immediately with those unforgetable
princes who died through surfeits of
lamphrcjs and new ale
Nevertheless, It seems to have been re
served for our luxurious age to devise
svsternatic bathing In wine. No doubt,
some precedent can be found for It In the
Roman Empire, and to-day. In some of
the stories of tho Wild West, we read of
cowboy millionaires delighting in baths
of whisky, but a regimen of baths In
Malvoisle seems the ne plus ultra of
questionable extravagances, even when
allowance Is made for the thrifty prac
tice of using the same wine 100 times,
and then distilling It Into brandy. One
would be Inclined to suspect an elaborate
loke. especially In the naive recommenda
Uon at the end. were It not for the fact
that the extract Is taken from tho Bul
letin Official of the Paris markets, a pa
per which Is mainly devoted to making
public all Information which tends to the
encouragement of French agriculture.
Nevertheless, we should welcome a defi
nite medical pronouncement as to the
value of olnotherapy before recommend
lng It to England
452 D St. N. W.
Opposite City Hall.
We Giia otea in Tne Baald'a (2,00) ODcteii.
Auto Tires and Tubes
GUARANTEED 3,500 MILES
1 20 Below Cost of Other Standard Tires
Let Us Make
You a Guar
Smartest of the new
woolens, tailored to
your measure at mod
SLADEN, 419 E. GAP. ST.
We Rive Herald JS5.000 contest votes.
OUR Fall line of Shirtings,
Neckwear, Hosier-, Gloves,
&c, now more complete
than ever before.
Philip T. Hall,
Phone M. 1091. 1210 F Sl N. W.
We Cite Votes In Tho Herald's 5.000 Contest,
Telephone Main 1504.
The Soldiers. Sailors, and
O. E. FICKLIN. Mgr.
Professional & Commercial Photography
459 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.
Enlarging. Framing. Developing, and
Prlnttnc In All Its Branches. Onen
Sundays and All Holidays 8 a. m to 7
1Ae give Herald r3,000 contest votes.
Cleaning, Dyeing, and Repairing Neatly
Done at Reasonable Prices.
824 Twelfth Street N. W.
Suits to Order at Moderate Prices.
Residence. 1127 Fourth St. N. W.
We give llernld SS5.000 cunlest votes.
Fickling C? Co.,
1405 Eye St. N. W.
PHONE M. 6612
Wc give Herald IS5.000 contest votes.
Will be done right
here. Phone Mam
6073 for our wagon.
East End Laundry
67 H Street N. W.
We GiTa Votea in Tbe Herald a CCO) Cootcit.
JOHN 0. KEYS
Has Removed from
48 to 44 H Street N. W.
He Is ready to serve you with clothes
of guaranteed fit and satisfaction.
Suits 1B00 and up
Trousers.... f, ana up
Overcoats J1E.00 and up
Phone M. 6S6-M.
We Bjlve nerald $33,000 contest votes.
hM FOR CAREFUL
Prices that arioeal to the purse, too
Everything new In Men's fixings Is
JACOB GR1TZ, 5188thSt.S.E.
(Under Auditorium Hall)
We Elve Herald -' OOO contest votes.
Chas. B. Terry. Chas. W. Stewart.
Cafe and Dairy Lunch
Pure Food at Reasonable Prices.
Oysters in Season.
Give us a trial and you will be
705 H St. N. E.
1e give Herald (35.000 contestvotes.
Let us tailor ou a classy suit for
Fabrics, stjle, fit t.nlh, and price will
THE CAPITAL TAILORS
13th and E Sti. N. W.
We Glta Votea hi The HeraM'a IS 000 Oootsat.
paired, 60c up.
in the city.
AH work tested
chines, SOc down
and 50c a week,
cleaned and re-
P. J. MOYLAN,
We give Herald 23,000 contest votes.
3428 14lh SL N. W. Phone Col. 1120.
In the latest models at moderate prices.
Remodeling, cleaning, and pressing of
ladles' and gentlemen's garments.
Work called for and delivered.
W GIts Totes la The Berald'a S3.00O Cactevi.
Poorly Printed Stationery
Will Not Attract Business
The nrlntee's ability counts for
something In tho execution of your
copy. Send your next order here. Tour
work will have that life, hustle, and
go that marks good printing.
JAS. A. DELLETT
Trlntlng That Alwajs Pleases.
1128 Columbia Road. Col. 353
Send for "The Monthly Bulletin."
We zlre Herald 23,000 contest votes.
Can be found he'e at the lowest price.
National Auto Supply Co.
1530 Fourteenth Street N. W.
Ws Glia Votea In The Herald a S3 00J Contest.
1831 18th St N. W.
Men's and Ladies' Tailor
Tailoring in all its branches;
chemical cleaning, scouring, and
dyeing. Repairing of all kinds of
outer garments. Work called for
J'hone North 037.
We Lies Wei h. The Hrral a tSOOO Contest.
Hand rrnde alwas 3 for 25c, at 5e
Popular a d up-to-date brands To-bac-ro
All nlrk-1 rlcars. S for 25c, cigar
ettes l".c tlif box 2 for Jc Fall Mall.
lOr. rhe-Chek 10c
Stationer, School Supplies, all Mag
azines SEAMAN'S, 1745 Pa. Avenue
We elve Herald fZ..000 contest votes.
WHO CAN PLEASE
Can be found at
1134 7ih St. H.W.
Men s Fashion Shop
Furni'hinss Hats, and Caps.
VTe One V ulj in The UciiJd a W.000 Contti
Large anrtnient of Smokers'
Article and Tobacco
William H. Warner,
308 Ninth St. N. W.
We olTe V mm lii The IleraU'a tS 000 Zontnt.
A Faultlessly Tailored
Suit at-- OO
Special Discounts Until Thanks
giving LEO DAVIS
T"R"!,Br 730 13th St. N. W.
We jrlve Herald (33,000 eontest Ttrtes.
Popular Brands of Clears,
Cigarettes and Tobaccos.
Agency for Afro-American Papers.
1020 You Street N.W.
We Cite oea in Tbe Herald a $3 000 OtctetL
Sive the Man Some
thing to Wear.
select Xmas line oi
Men'- Furnishings at
Adolphe Baer & Sons
3128 M St. N.W.
South Side of Street.
Phone W. 14S0.
We sjtve Herald IC3.00O contest votes.
( ' nitmas cards and novelties bv th
'Imusand Kinds not to be found else
where Ciuar and smokers' supplies Most
Interesting store In town
E. J. ERVIN
2908 14th St., ARSfjJg.T.
Phone Columbia 5871
We Gire Votea In The Herald'a ES.OJ0 Cooteat.
Look over m line of samples in
hlKh-nrade fibrKs Chances are ou'll
cive me an order for that new suit on
A. H. COOPER
925 18th Street
tVeC re V " In The HrraM J S3 000 Cortear.
From Old Carpets.
Ton get beautiful rugs made out of
your old carpets.
Send postal or phone Main 4629 and
we 11 call and get your carpets.
THE WONDER CLOTHES SHOP
Correct Clothes for Men.
621 Pa. Ave. N.W. Main 7988
W Gire VutM in The IItj J a J3 000 Cocteat.
Kverythlng for the smoker Leading
brands of cigars, clearettes, and tobac
co The pipe jou like is here
The Washington Ruer
Weaving Co.. I A. H. and J. R. ROGERS
931 5th Street N. W.
We give Herald 5,000 contest votes.
A New Firm at an Old Stand
The home of good tailor-made
clothes. Best of style, fit, and
workmanship. Poular prices
We Klve Herald 23,0OO eontest voles.
GET YOUR LUNCH AT
Appetizing Food, Courteous Serv
ice, .Pleasing Prices.
Small .Sirloin Steak-. Plain Fried
Potatoes. Bread. Butter. "& r
and Coffee 3C
1205 New York Ave.
Herald Content Votes Given at Our
BOND BLD8. and 1404 GST. N.W.
We GlTe Votea in The UeraM a 3.C00 CcctsaS.
IL Maynard Phone M 346. C Robey.
J. S. RUDOLPH
Men's and Ladies' Tailor.
Cleaning Repairing. Djeing Pressing.
508 H Street N. W.
We GiTe otM m Tbe HraM 13 000 CodesT.
Our Special Offer
Your photo on si postal and
one 8x10 panel. 75c
The large photo alone is worth
Da and night work
Mystic Photo Co.
1221 Pa. Ave. N. W.
We give Herald S33.00O contest votes.
Let me Clean and Pros your
inter Clothes and make them
look like new.
Men's Suits Sponged
and Pressed ....
1355 H St. N. E.
We Gire Votea In Tbe Benld'a J3.0C0 Cocteat.
Cleaning & Pressing
608-F Street N. W.
Wprk Called for and
Ae elve Herald ?2.1,ono contest votes.
This ad good for $1.00 with
even $18.00 suit or oercoat, or
50c with every pair of $5.00
troupers purchased here.
Seidenberg Tailoring Co.
301 Eleventh St. S. E.
Branch Store, 9 Eighth St S K
We tme otea in Tbe lkuH a J3.C0 Lon.eJ.
Clothes that Satisfy
Best of Fabrics and workman
ship. Large assortment of woolens
from which to select.
1922 14th Street N. W.
Wa Gits Votea In The Henld'a COCO Conlnt.
YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Wc tailor Men's Suits to order
from $18 up. Wc tailor Ladies'
Suits from materials furnished by
die customer for $12.
Cleaning, Repairing, Altering,
M. LEVY, 603 F St. N.W.
Wa Gin otea la Ths HeriM a (3.000 Cootaat,