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fTHE WASHINGTON HERALD, SATURDAY. 3ANUARY -fl'. 1913,
The Man's Store.
MODIFY PLANS x
D. X Kaufman Puts on Sale
Left from This Season.
Sold as High as 13.00.
Official Weather Report Rain
So Many Women Want to
March that Changes
Must Be Made.
TRUMPETEERS WILL LEAD
Nobby Soft Hal the kind thafa in demand.
All sizes in the lot
j tfifyC '-'T
The Home of the
Then Try to Match Them
at $20 or $25.
In the Man's Store Now
Thit'll Mean Extraordinary Selling So
Get in Early.
D. J. Kaufman,
Peck, I 9C
Tall cans of Salmon, per
Wisconsin Earlv June
Peas, very-fine, per can. .10c
Cordorus' Brand of Sugar
Corn, per can 5c
Fancy Yellow Onions, per
Best Compound, per lb... 9c
Pure Lard, per lb 12y2c
Fanc Cabbage, per lb lc
3 loaves of Star of East
Dried Lima Beans, per
12 lbs. White Cormneal
Navy Beans per lb 5c
Large Cakes of Pearl
Floating Soap, per cake, 4c
New Hominy, per lb WsP
J. T. D. Pyles
MOVING PICTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c - ADMISSION 5c
We Oil Totes Is The HereWe tWE CbBteet.
519 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Mnfj.-
Fresh Films Every Day
We cle Herald KSAOO wilwl Tot.
MOST COMFORTABC THEATER.
U Street, Betweea Uth and 20th.
SEW FEATURE FILMS.
We Gin Volt. Is Tee Herald' 5t Costal.
Of Those Magnificent
s j 9.13"
That Sold as High as 835
Getting busier every day Better
be one of the lucky buyers
you'll find no such values any
where in the District
All fine hand-made garments in
the very newest fabrics color
ings and models
Money's Worth or Money Back.
Dally Mat., All Seats, 10c Evenings and Sundays, 10e and 20c
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL NEXT WEEK
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SHOW NEWER STOPS CONTINUOUS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
oTIJEFF riAHO USED
Here Are Clothing Bargains
Every Suit in our stock marked above $30 0O9 "7C
and up to $40 at P.tsiJ. O
Every Suit marked up to and including 01Q 7E
those for $30 at $ I Q) 3
Nearly 300 Society Brand Overcoats, values tfIC 7C
up to $40. at ipl.O O
Entire stock of Manhattan Shirts latest pat
terns all new. You hae a selection from every
style offered this season. Reduced prices begin fit l 1 C
LATEST AM NEWEST DESIGNS IN
FURNITURE COVERING. v
See me for up-to-date ideas. Estimates
N. 1695-M 1451 P $L R. W.
We glrr Herald S25.000 contest TQtea.
HORNING, 9th and D
The Overcoats embrace those stylish Guard
Coats with plaited backs and belts
the regular Dress Overcoat the Storm
Coat the Tu-Kote in fact, every good
style is here not all sizes of every lot
' but all sizes from 33 to 48.
The Suits are M. S. M Man's Store
Male Suits the best that's sold in the
District and the styles and models are
topnotchers otherwise ve wouldn't be
doing the clothing business of Washington.
ETerjtfctef th best at !m thin Urn xmil vcicrx
Prompt, conrtcooi Knlc
Edward F. Davis.
Bemond to J430 uth SU. comet Fitk Boed.
We Oh Votaa Is The Herald'a CMS Cootaat.
Annum yov want
To know concerning Paints and
Enamels ask Hodgkin. the expert.
We give Ilerald 123,000 contest Totes.
More Names Are Being Added Daily
to Member of Advisory
On account of the unexpected numbers
who are rallying around the green,
white, and purple of the suffrage ban
ner, officers In charge of the pageant
feci that some modification of their
plans will have to be made In order to
provide places In their line of march
for all who have signified their Inten
tion to take part. It was planned In the
leglnntng that the event should be un
usual In display and magnitude, but the
fringe of offers of nrslstance which have
come In since receipt of permission to
lire Prnnsvlvanla Avenue Is out of all
proportion to the committee's expecta
tion. I.cd h Truiupeteen.
To the music of thirty bands, at their
head a troop of oung and tempUng suf
frages acting as trumpeteers, followed
liy a brilliant squadron of "cavalrywom
cn. vvhoee members arc to be chosen
from the ranks of Washington society
women, and who are to be led by Grand
Marshal Mrs It. C Burleson, wife of
I.ieut Burleson, U. S A , and assistant
to the grand marshal. Mrs. Charlotte
Weikcrt. the pageant of dazzling color
and ciua'nt costumes will get under way.
As the pageant approaihes the south
ern front of the Trrasur Building,
probibly shortly after Seventh btrcet Is
p. 1 sued, a long blast by the leading
trumpetrers will announce the advance to
the group upon the Ireasury steps, and
nt this signal tho tableau upon the
Treasury steps will begin building.
The trumpet fanfare will be re-echoed
among tho buildings on the Avenue at
intervals until the troops of cavalry
women are abreast of the tableau upon
the steps. Until the whole line of march
Is passed new figures and groups will
steadily Join the central tableau, which
by the time the last contingent of march
ers have swept bj Into East Executive
Avenue will completely have lilled and
obscured the southern portico of the
Treasury with a rich Imagery from me
dieval times and an exquisite mending
of brilliant color.
Place for Aen. Jones.
fpcclal contingents, whose organization
Is now well under way. are a company
of Quaker women to be led by Mrs
Glon Miller, of l-amont btreet: several
Mar) land State delegations that are to
come in a special train decorated with
suffrage colors, a large section to ue
sent by tho Woman's Suffrage l nlon
from New York, and another section
from the Nutmeg State, coming under
the auspices of the Woman's suffrage
Sorfetv cf Connecticut. Gen. Rosalie
Jones, of "on to Alban" fame, also Is
expected to lead an arm on 1001 irom
the metropolis to Washington, and a
place in the pageant is to be reserved
A new committee, which Is to make
Its work one of the features of suffrage
gala week. Is the "home makers" com
mittee. The committee Is to be In the
charge of Mrs W. S iloore. wife of
Commodore Jloore. who also Is crvlng
with her husband upon the advisory com
mittee. Mrs Moore will be assisted 'n
her committee work by Mrs Philander
Knox and Mrs P. P Claxton. wife of
the Commissioner of Education. Dis
trict delegations are to be organized b
Mrs. Sheldon Jackson. Mrs. Irving Moller.
and Mrs. Olive Hasbrouck. Foreign dele
gations are under the charge of Mrs
Robert Baker, who plans to contribute
urn of the most interesting features to
tha pageant Miss Mora Wllon has
charge of arrangements for musicians.
Mrs Charles Morton, nurses: Dr. Elo
nora Folkmar. phjsiclans, Hon Mrs
Leslie btreet. Australian", and Ml Net
tie Iv sa White has charge of pioneer
All along the line of march. Miss Alice
Paul, In general charge of arrangements,
plans to have nunj score of suffrage
"newsies." It Is expected that more
than a 100 joung women will enroll
themselves for the work of selling suf
frage literature on Jlasch 3. They will
carry picturesque jellow bags and are
to bo a distinct feature of the big ds.
On illorj- Committee.
The list of prominent names upon the
advisor) committee Is steadily growing
larger. Among those who have identified
themselves with the work of this com
mittee un to closing time jesterdav are-
Senator and Mrs. La Follette, Senator
and Mrs. Sutherland, of Utah: Senator
and Mrs. Bourne, of Oregon: senator
and Mrs Gallinger, of New Hampshire.
Senator and Mrs Xownsend, of Michi
gan: Senator and Mrs Polndextcr, of
Washington; Senator and Mrs. Cham
berlain, of Oregon: Senator Joseph 1
Brlstow of Kansas: Senator Charles Cur
tis of Kansas; Senator John D Works
of California; Representative and Mrs.
Stone, of Illinois, Representative and
Mrs Kent, of California. Admiral and
Mrs Walnwrlght, Commodore and Mrs
W S. Moore, Gen. and Mrs Anson
Mills. Col. and Mrs. Selden Day. Mrs.
Gillett Hill. Mrs. P. B Claxton. Mrs F.
T. Dubois, Mrs. Thomas L. MacDon
ald. Mr. and Mrs. John Wllkle. Mr and
Mrs. Julius Kahn. Rev. and Mrs. U. G.
B. Pierce. Miss Janet Richards, Mrs.
Eugenie Carr, Mrs. Robert Baker, Mrs.
Clark E. Carr. of New Mexico; Mrs.
Rvan Devercaux. Col and Mrs. II. F.
Blount. Mrs. Lyman B. Swormstedt, Mr.
and Mrs Henry B. F. Macfarland. Dr.
and Mrs Harvey W. Wiley. Mrs Earl
Cranston, and Mrs Theodore Noves.
Claiip Committee Meets To-day.
Chairman Clapp. of the campaign funds
Investigating committee, has called a
meeting of that body to be held to-day.
It Is understood that witnesses will be
examined to ascertain the means em
ployed to procure the Standard OH cor
respondence which was published In
Hearst's Magazine am' submitted by Mr.
Hearst to the comm as a part of
NcrToIk and Wublstton steimboat Conra&yi
ItCxmtn rim foot of Smsth Strwt tor Old TolBt
Comfort and Norfolk daily at fit p. at.
Can from Fifteenth Utnet and Maw Tort Arant
trerj quarter boor for mala antraBCa Zoo Park a&4
Cbtxj CbiK, I
To Great Farja-veaintnrton asd Old Dominion
tlailroaa can every few mmcteo Irom T&irtj-aixU
and M stneta.
7a aloont Vernon Waihlnston-VlrElsla BaQwax.
Can CTerr hour on tha hour from 10 a. a. to 2 p.
m, last or. Station Oh Gtreae and Penniilraaia
Yonr Polka Ought to Eat
Melnbergs "Top-Noch" Bread thre
times a day. It's a real health food.
Arabian drama, equal to the "Garden
ot Allah." Virginia. To-day.
It Means Dollars in Your Pocket to Attend This
QUICK SACRIFICE OF
It's a hurry-up eent. haing for its purpose the disposal of all good that Iiae become in
any a marred or injured in handling. Thee pieces hae been collected on the first floor and
marked at an average of half-price:
$3.30 Axmintcr Rug- $3.85
j.11.00 Mahogany Morris Chair, with loose
$14.00 Early English MorrU Chair, with
loose cushions $7.00
1 lot $3 50 Umbrella Jars $1.75
1 lot $20.00 Fumed Oak Rockers, with
loose leather seats $12.00
1 lot Ladies $20.00 Oak or Mahoganv
DRAG HUNT THIS AFTERNOON.
Walter It. Tackerman Will Be 3fas
ter of Hounds on Bide.
A drag hunt, to be participated in by
fifty members of the Washington Riding
and Hunt Club, will start at I o'clock
this afternoon from the Delia Carlla
The hunt will be organized with Wal
ter K. Tucktrman as master of tha
hounds; James Xlurphy, huntsman; Ed
ward Graham and Oliver Smith, whips.
Mrs W. Sinclair Bowers, the Misses
Greble, and the Misses Allen will be
among those present. The distance will
be about eighteen miles.
ZURHORST IS PRESIDENT.
He la Elected to Head Fnaeral
At a meeting of the Funeral Directors'
Association or the District ot Columbia
held jesterday officers of the association
for the ensuing J ear were elected as fol
lows: Charles Zurhorst. president; P. A.
Taltavull. first vice president; John R.
Wright, second vice president: Alfred B.
Gawler, secretary; Thomas S. Sergeon,
treasurer; Joseph R. Repetti, sergeant-at-arms.
Executive committee John
Geler, T. A. C&stello. C. J. Gawler, Isaac
Birch, and W. H. Sardo.
More Conscience Mone.
Some one. presumabl) a man. giving
the signature of "Guilty Conscience," has
contributed C to the Treasury Depart
ment "conscience md." The letter con
taining a C bill was posted at Cobourg.
Ontario, and addressed to the "Minister
of Customs. The Capital, Washington,
D. C." It was delivered by the Post
offlce Department to some one ..at the
Capitol, where It fell into the hands ot
the Secretary of the Senate, who for
warded It to the Secretary ot the Treas
ury. To Care Cvmstlpatlan,
Don't dose the system with a lot of dan-'
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTa
Lemon Scldlltz. the good-tasting seldllU
powder. All druggists sell It
904 F St. N.W.
PHONE M. 5704
FURNITURES CARPET CO.
ALL NEXT WEEK
And Her AD-SUr Company in the
"The erownlasr trlompla of Bene
Taardt'a brilliant career." New York
First time la Waahlagtoa, and
never before at sock prices.
Surrounded by a Bill of Refined
All at the Usoal Prices of Admission
10c and 20c
Daily, 1:10, 3:15, 7:09, and 8:45
1 $30.00 Bird's-ee Maple Dresser $26.50
1 $150 Hand-carved Early English Buffet, $75.00
1 $35.00 Circassian Walnut Toilet Table, $15.00
1 lot $8.00 Golden Oak Pedestals $400
1 $20.00 Mahogany Desk $10.00
1 $45.00 Satin-finish Brass Bed $22.50
1 $40.00 Golden Oak China Closet $22 50
1 lot $2.00 Scotch Lace Curtains, pair $1.17
1 lot $3.00 Scotch Lace Curtains, pair $1.65
1 $16.00 Fancv Reed and Fiber Rocker. .. $8.00
715 8th St. S.E. 1
Where comfort and content
I ft -&" aujJiCaUC $
4 New Reels Each lay s
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ewateat -rates. tt
Moore's ninnrii neater
5c imilULll 5c
453 Stla Street X. W.
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