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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
The Man's Stote.
BOARD OF TRADE
Official Weather Report Fair
LANSBURGH rmW, CO.
TO HEAR REPORTS
All vc had to do was to sa
Every S20 Suit
Every $20 Overcoat
In the Man's Store
Programme of Important Mat
ters to the District Set for
Electrocution Will Be Urged by Com
mittee a Substitute for Gallows
In the District.
Ihui tin -cllintj began and we're
setting bii'-ier even ninmtc Trv
t get in iu-liai uont im-.
the eliaine to ac 6 23 on a nice
Miit or Overcoat
yjoncy's Worth or Monev "Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
Peck, I 9C
1'nrt Lard, per lb 12V&C
Ic-t Compound, per lb.. 9c
12 hV , White Corn-
hk.i1 t..r . 20c
1 "k i.i rs oi Mustard, ncr
New Fat Maik-
lOi bottle- Boxers Shoe
Polish. cr bottle ... .7c
Pure Hlaek PcDtier.
ground, ix.r lb 15c
15c Mixed Cake, per lb.. 10c
13c cans of Herring Roe,
per tan 10c
3c cake- of Pearl Floating
o loacs Mar of East
Urcad for 10c
Pound tans of Star of
Fast Cocoa, per can. .25c
40-lh ack of Nobihtv
Flour for SI 40
J. I D. Pyles
Cab for the inciting .of the 'Washing
ton Hoard of Trcde Tuesday msnt, Jan
uary 21 whieli was issued jesterdav bv
President I- H Droop and bctrctary
William John Kvnon, contains a pro
craninif of imporuiit matter Including
annual reports to lie submitted by the
committees on law. parks and reserva
tions. Heets and avenues, and charities
Anions tht recommendations from the
comtmtti es arc That the tioard disap
prove propose.! change in legislation
abolishing a Hoard of Charities In the
District ami suostituting therifor i di
rector of charities that it approves
electrocution as a substitute for hanging
as cipital punishment, that other orgin-
Izations be hskc.1 to co-operatt. on the
subject of the emctment of a municipal
ode, that there be devised some method
In which the present congestion in our
Ian lourtx inav bo relict ed," that the
Commissioners be requested to narron
the foot pavements In Twelfth and Thir
teenth btreets lietiveen Fennsvlvatila and
New lork .v. nues Norlhw.st that the
Commission, rs be requested tu obtain
from Congress p. rmL-slon to substitute
asphalt or other piling material for
Belgium block In Mrects In residence
districts, that the Comnuajpioners be re
quested to promulgate ftvulatlona re
quiring temporan buildings used in con
nection with building operations, to he
so located as to afford at corners of
Intersecting streets an unobstructed view
of ehlcles approaching from cro3
streets, that the Commissioners be asked
to take up with Federal goieniment offi
cials the ndilsibilitv of narrowing the
foot paements arourd the Interior De
I'nrk strm pproie.l.
A continued deielopment of tin pirk
s stem is recommended
At Its initial meeting the I'-irks and
reservations tommlttee recentlj ap
pointed with Judge C S Iiumli as chair
man indorsed the polio of deielopm. nt
of the Capital on the park commission
plans dditlonal subcommittees were
appointed to investigate the adviabiliti
of recommending purchai of eieral
tracts for parks
To iniestlgate the adiisauillty of rec
ommending purchase bj the coiemment
of lands for park purposes the following
subcommittees were appointed
Tract of si.510 square feet between
Wjoming Aienue Kalorama Vienue
Twentieth Strtet and Columbia Road
Northwcit Kred G Coldren Thomas
Sidwell. Richard R Watrous, Patterson
estate, between Hrt and beventh Stieets,
Florida ienue and Ii Cit. Northeat.
Mr sidwell. Mr Coldren btaev
Bnant lands adjacent to Q Street
bridge over Rock Creek, to improve a
proaches to bridgi, Frank P. Leetch.
Frank H Jackson, and W. !. Bcale
512 NINTH ST.
We Give Herald $25,000 Contest Votes.
DON'T DELAY! NOW'S THE TIME
TO SAVE HALF ON FURNITURE
All shopworn goods and odds and, ends must be sold at once
regardless of real values.
$32 Golden Oak China Closet,
swell front, claw feet
.H") Iird's-ec Maple Drccr. .
$40 Mahogam Dresner, French
433 Mahogam Dresser, French OO 1 IZ
plate mirror & 0 vr
flOO Handsome Mahogany
M a h ogan
f30 Mahogany Toilet Table
$12 Savov Jlrusscls and Tam
bour Iacc Curtains, pair
1 lot of $10 Beautiful Lace Cur
$8 and $9 Tapc-.tr Portieres,
all colors, pair
1 piece $2 00 Aminstcr Carpet,
1 piece $1.30 Xxminstcr Carpet,
1 piece $1 73 Amins.tcr Carpet,
1 piece $1 23
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
9sf PS y
WANTS TWO MOKE JUSTICES.
Is Lingec's Low Price for This
1I our beds are excellent in
lesign thei tdcl to the looks of the
ome MoVe than that thci outlast
the seneral n n of beds because
onstrneted of b. st matcri lis and
imt ocetber 10 ta The finili of
his bed at Ji; 7 is covered bv the
same guarantei ue give on a bed at
Jji' Come in -ind look oier its un-
isual good points
We'll make over yonr old mat
re like tie" at small rout.
H. A. Linger, Jr.
933 G Street N. W.
We hive Herald 8S5.000 ronteat vole..
Senator Gore vesterdav introdu.e.l
lull providing for the appointment by
the President with the onsent of the
benate of two additional memliers of
the Supr. m Court of th. Cmted State"
.nd fixing seven abi quorum of that
in buna I Instead of hie as at pieent
Tlu constitution nrondes mcrelv for
the creation of a court, hut does not fix.
the number of its members. Following
the civil war. the Republicans introduced
and passed a bill increasing the . ourt
from seven to nine membvrs The prts
ent measure if pased would give Pres
ident W iNon the opportunitv of naming
two Progressiva to the Supreme lxnch
As at present constituted a majorltv
of the court flic members have lieen
named bv President Taft although Chief
Justice A hlte, .is a member of the court
before being made Chief Justice hav
ing been made an associate Judge bv
President Cleveland As at present con
stituted three of the Judges now on the
bench were Democrats at the time of
their appointment and six. Republican
Chief Justice White and Associate Jus
tices Lamar and I.urton are Democrats
HAZEN ELECTED PRESIDENT.
V ncicr-faihn' wa t' git our
name in th paper is t' climb thro'
a barbed-wire fence with a gun
What's become o' th clever ole
butcher that used t' trim th' steak
instead o' th" customer-
The Essence of Contentment.
An After Dinner Smoke.
SOCIAL HYGIENE SOCIETY.
Our -Will II r Orgniilie.l Here- nil i
exl salurdn) MkIiI. '
V meeting for the organization of a '
Soeicti for PorLil Hjglene will be held
in the Wlon Room of th. New W illard
lijtel net vaturtlav night Th. prl
mir purpose of the sot fctv will be tie
preientiou of so. i il diseases The fol i
1'Wing persons will speik on "The Nesl
for a tooneti for Social lligiene ' Mr
bt inlei Finch, of the Department of
Justice and spe-ciil commissioner for th
suppusioil of the white slivi; tratllc, and
Drs Henr D Frj. William Mercer j
'prigg and Francis R Ilagner Dr I
li maid Hook r. of Baltimore, one of j
the organizers of the Mar land Socletv I
ror social llvgiene and a member of the
eiccutli, committee of the American
Fedentlon for Sex Hjglcne is expected
to giv i talk on "How the Need Has
Reen Met in Baltimore Dr Klnora C
Folkmar and William Knowles Copper
will give fiie-mlnute talks on "Tht
wakening in Washington Ten min
utes will be allowed for discussion after
the presentation of each topic
constitution prepared ov the com
mittee on organization will be presented
for adoption Surgeon General Stokes, of
the United States Navv, will preside A
large tentative membership has alreadi
DEER HEAD, 10c
Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
Good For 5 Votes.
Sold Ecrj where.
Offterdinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
Votes Also Gion on All Purchases Made at Above Store.
At the annual meeting of the Columbia
Permanent Building Association held at
Its office, -Seventh and "E Streets South
west, last evening the rollnu-lnr- ..,.
eiecteo vieivin c Ilazen pre-ldent
nam r lit cliards, ice president. Klni.i I Mondav
c Lmin treasurer larence I (Jess
ford secretarj C Clinton James, at
tornev Henri P West. Mnheus FL Rid
dle and Melvin CHazen finance com
mittee Nathan Ilazen and Flout t.'
Davi valuation committee
Reports of committees were submitted
FUNERAL OF J. P. MAH0NEY.
niprea.ive IHgli Mas Celebrated nt
. Jokeph'a Cliureh.
John P Mahoney, who died Saturday
W il-, morning at Gailltzen; Pa. was burled
morning from bt Joseph s
Churth 0emn high macs was cele
I rnteil the eeremoii) being ver iinpre
sive The Rev Ignatius I ealv was
celebrint. assisted by the Rev Valen
tine Schmidt, pastor of bt Josephs
I hurch and In Father Ros.nsteel. from
ml the annual diiidend. ' 'I"
"You can get it at ANDREWS"
demand that Engraved Announcements, Invitations, or Cards be
faultless in style and execution A poor piece of engraving is as
bad as cheap looking stationery
ou can save all worry on this score bv letting us execute
vour orders. Thcv will not only have the correct svle, but they
will be delivered with unfailing promptness.
R. P. Andrews Paper Co.
1331 F Street 625-629 La. Ave.
declared rile retorts of the committees
snuweci a veri successrul lear for tni
It was dee ded to hold the annual bin
quet at Congress Hall Februan I 1913
Cmle'a merlean Ilenulv ItoMe.
I.irge perfectli deielojieil specimens
Home grown fresh cut Lit F st
Rep-eentatiii-s from the Knights of
' ' oiumbus and th" V o It . or whim
societies vir Malionev was a member
were present ind went to the ceineterj
v ith the funeral procession
I lie six pill bearers were brothers o:
No Storage Charges for
Itranonnblc mien on torRr( haullne.
nml parking. Ksttraatrc furnlabed. "fJs
UNION STORAGE CO.,
I t3m Cct.tcmt.
! 1 he Famous
PENN. RYE I
len rear old, 31.23.
Order by pfaoae.
lo TKWKVIBE, $1.00 Rotlle,
lXtl i: strrei ?.. v
tnbli.hed 1SS3. Flione 31 HSSoi
linlliiii V.aoclntlon virrla,
The Washington Auxillarj of the Na
tlonal Indian Association will hold i
meeting this afternoon from 3 to !
o'clock at the residence- of Mrs John
son. Ju seventeenth Street, northwest.
The Rev EarlWilej will make the open
ing prajer Mrs I.indse) will sing, and
inn speaKers win be Mrs. Trues
dale, of the Santee School, and Hon
Warren K Moorehead. of Andover,
Mass Social hour from 3 to 3 50
Tor a Disordered Stomach
JIofTs Lemon bcldlitz Is the greatut
thing In the world It Js prescribed bv
phvsicians even where and for sale by
The btate Department was advised jes
teidav that the Chilean cabinet has been
reorganized, following the resignation of
the cabinet some dais ago The only
changes are that former Minister of Jus
tice VUlcgas is now Minister for For
eign Relations, while Anlbal Lctelier suc
ceeds him as Minister of Justice, and
Jorge Matte receives the war portfolio.
lUjpIul h opened bids fcr Installing in rltrtrie
llsht tunt. ind the innr rp i ronMdrrio
telephone tjstrm. for Oie whole citr
KcTftU: asd VTaxhlnxton Stetmboat Gocopmaji
iLImm torn foot of Serrath Street fof Old Polot
Comfert and Norfolk dally at i-U p. au
Can frca riftrenth Htnet and New lork Artnoa
aterj ooarter bocr for main rntranca Zoo lark an4
To Great Falla-Waibinslsn and Old Domliuoa
Caiboad ear eiaj fear minutes from Thirtj-atith
and 11 Streets.
To" Moast VeiDonWajhlnrtnn Tlrtlnla UiSwx.
Can tterj hour on tit Boot from U l m. tola
n.. list or. Button lab Street and reonjjlra&ta
Telccrarlij-. CirU bettiee Counn. The 1
hMhmj. j Grea, 2rSJfc aay'irsinl.
This Shampoo Stops
Hair from Falling
"Alkali shampoos will cause hair to
grow dull and lifeless, split at ends
and fa'I out says-Mrs JJ.ae Martin
in the San Fr-incisco Herald,, "and un
til hurtful soi?s or mixtures fire dis
continued thi re can be no reHeC A
verv fine shampoo mixture carfle
made by dissolving; a teaspoonful can
throxyln a cup of hot water. Thbi
slum! be poured on the' head slowly
and Tubbed up well and It will create
an abundance of white, creamy lather.
"After a canUirox shampoo the hair
dries evenly and quicklv, -while, the
FCalp is left clean, pliant and healthv.
It Is not necessary to shampoo every
week when canthrox Is emploied, be
cause its effects are quick: and lasting.
Continued Use of Canthrnv 1nllre a
clean, healthv scaln- and nn-Bhiinrimip.
of rich, glossy, attractive hair, easy to
do up and of an evenness In coloc-P
Established 1173. TeL. North 1HI
1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Mada for Lots ana
Washlnston. D. a Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery Lots Bouht. Sold, and
Exchanged- Cremation Arransjed.
Best Service Guaranteed
All kinds of wood, cloth, avnd martsJ
caskets furnished at moderau
HORNING.-9th and D
Ooldjmlth'a Cold. (,rirre. and Malatia Cap
tnlca 1U liclp Tou iihen all other fail Guar,
(SchiShian & Goldamitli),
7th and M Sta. IV. W. Fhoae N. 3388.
Ve Giro- V otts in Tbe Herald's T3.00O Contaat.
Edward F. Davis.
(Umorad to 1C0 Uth Bt, comer Park Koad.
wt v' jsms a at asu faaB
519 Seventh Street Northwest
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A City in Itself
THE SOUTHERN BUILDING
is the most popular and populous
office building in the National Capi
tals and is generally regarded as the
finest office building in the South.
About 14,000 people pass through
its doors daily. From 9 a. m. to 6
p. m. the average of tenants and vis
itors is 1,600 per hour. The tenants
of the Southern Building represent
industrial and financial interests
whose combined resources aggregate
many millions of dollars. Located at
15th and H Streets (the new finan
cial center of Washington) the South
ern Building affords you unparalleled
advantages for the location of your
business offices where you will be
brought into daily personal contact
with the maximum number of thrifty
and successful citizens.
The space in the Southern Build
ing is 93 per cent rented. The few
remaining officesstill suhject to
lease are all desirable outside rooms
with splendid light and ventilation.
The Renting Offices are located on
the second floor, and your applica
tion for a lease should be filed
promptly in order to receive favor
WILLIAM FRANK THYSON, Manager
Southern Building, 15th and H Sts. N. W.
The Southern Building at present has nine sto
ries. Being completed only fifteen months ago, it is
of strictly modern architecture and equipped with
every business facility, including four high-speed ele
vators which run at minute intervals. The original
plans of the architects (the well-known firm of D. H.
Burnham & Company, of Chicago) provided for the
construction of eleven stories instead of nine. The
Management contemplates the early erection of these
two additional stories in order to meet the demands
for space made by various dubs, social organizations,
and business corporations which cannot now be
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H 433 0th Street .X W. H
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