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'THE. WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY; JANUARY 18; 1913;
Official leather Report Rain
D. J. KAUFMAN'S
at Twin Clothing' Sale;
tgs Hundreds of Purchasers to
The Man's Store-
ry-purchaser sends his friends to share in the Biggest
Bargains offered this season. Get in to-day.
- $20 Suit
. and overcoats of
to the minute in
make (M. S. M.)
by the best dress-
oney's Worth or Money Back
K J. Kaufman,
fl sf musical Jl M
I L Impersonator.. P
JTH THEATER. I
5 8th St. S. E. -
'omfort and content
j Reels Each Bay
Between 10th aad 20th.
t In Tb. DnU J3.000 Cootast,
Overcoats & Suits
That Sold as High as $35
"1913" is the year
"19.13" is the price
This great "$19.13" sale of fine suits
and overcoats that sold as high as $33
gives jot the best value in the best
clothing that was cer offered in the
District. Elegant hand -tailoring
throughout, smartest models, highest
class fabrics, and most wanted color
Dally Mats., All Seats, 10c. Evenings and Sundays, 10c and 20o
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL NEXT WEEK
STOPS COHTIHIOIS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
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ALL NEXT WEEK
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0 -4 Onr label irde-rmatil tn $22,000 contwt tor
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LATEST AHB NEWEST DESISMS IN
See me for up-to-date Ideas Estimate!
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Ve give Herald 835,000 coatest vote.
YOU CAN RELY ON
OUR JEWELRY '
However little you pay, & full meas
ure of quality Is assured.
COLE ft SWAN, SSlr
We clta Herald (23.030 contest votes.
Suffrage Leaderrtd Personally
Work Up Interest in
NEW FLOAT IS PLANNED
Mjtterioui Fair One Aakt to Ride
Hone, bat Her Name It
Suffrage leaders will tour the forty
eight States during; the next two months
tn awaken Interest In the Issreant of
March 3. orsanlze contingents to come;
to vvasninEton to join the many marcn
ers. and raise the large sum necessary to
the production of the (treat pageant and
successfully carry out the plana of suf
frage gala week:.
In view of the fact that tbe pageant
will be civ en the day before the In
augural, parade, officers at suffrage head
quarters predict that Washington will be
the scene during their gala week of the
greatest crowds In all Its history. They
are acting un to their predictions, ana
are making all possible arrangements to
accommodate the hosts of their particu
lar visitors n all the surrounding towns
for miles around the Capital. Arrange
ments for accommodations of suffrage
visitors are being made on a grand scale
Woman of Mtrrj".
There will be a woman of "mistery" In
the pageant. She received an appoint
ment as one of the grand marshal s aides
vesterda Who she Is. or where she
halls from no one around headquarters
n 1(1 saj. The most information that can
be had concerning the new deput mar
shal Is that ' she Is of excellent social
standing, and doesn't wish to be named "
One vouchsafed the Information that
the "unnamed ' among the high officials
of the pageant came to headquarters
yesterday deepl veiled to offer her serv
ices as a member of societj's cavalry
troop Mrs. Burleson appointed her as
one of the aids It M said that the mss
terious deputj will make her appearance
first on the da of the pageant
Mlis Alberta Hill, voter, Australian.
social leader, and rare horsewoman, was
appointed another of Mrs. Burleson's
aids yeiterdsy. Other appointments
made by the grand marshal were Miss
Elizabeth Kent, daughter of Representa
tive Kent of California and Miss Lou
Bridges, of Washington
A float picturing the flrft woman's
rights congress, which was held at Sara
toga, N Y . in IStS, was decided upon
vesterday as an added feature it will
represent the congress at the time of
reading the first bill of woman's rights,
and the actresses will be dressed In the
quaint hoop-skirts and bonnets of the
time There will also be a contingent
women marching In the continents!
uniform of 177
Miss Burns, the assistant of Miss raul.
will speak at a meeting of the National
Women Press Association, or vvasning-
ton. at a meeting at the ew Kaieign
to-night upon the plans, object and scope
pf the naeeant. The first of a series of
out-door meetings probably will be held
by the suffragists at noon to-day.
OPENS BIDS FOR AUTOS.
Mr. Merrltt to Let Contracts for Sla
chlne. for Parcel Tost Work.
The rapidly Increasing parcel post busi
ness In Washington is making necessary
ar Increase of facilities for delivering the
packages, and a a step toward meeting
the need Postmaster Merrltt opened bids
at noon esterda for the services of
four automobiles The specifications
called for cars of 1,500 pounds capacity,
which in accordance with recent gov
ernment regulations are to be painted
red. It Is thought that these cars will
be used as a standard for such delivery
vehicles in the entire service
Seven bids were received ranging In
price from JliOOO to OX000 a year. The
new service will be inaugurated at the
earlest practicable date
ENTER THE ADVOCATE'S
NEW SPECIAL COMPETITION
Tou are given the opportunlt to win n
J67S Schubert Player Piano without t
The Advocate has purchased this su
perb piano from the Joseph Halt Cnase
Piano Company, 1307 U Street Northwest,
and will present it to the person casting
the most votes in The Herald s JS.OOU
Contest between the dates ot January lb
and "February 1, 191S. The person casting
the votes need not be a contestant 'the
only condition is that all votes shall be
cast for some contestant.
Votes receelved for this special award
will, of course, be counted In the main
contest also You help the standing of
your favorite contestant and at the same
time stand to secure, a valuable award
Ask for Herald votes everywhere and
every time jou make a purchase. You
are Invited to visit the contest building,
714 Thirteenth Street Northwest, and ex
amine the J6TS Schubert for vourself. It
Is an Instrument of peerless quality, per
fect In construction, and bcautttui In
NEWTON FUNERAL TO-DAY.
Inn) Prominent Men to Be Pall
liearcrs for Deceased Lawyer.
Pallbearers at the funeral of Watson
J. Newton at J o'clock this afternoon
at the family residence, 1309 Delafleld
Place Northwest, were announced last
night as follows.
Active. William IL Saunders. George
H. Macdonald. E. Lawrence GUI, George
H O Connor, Dr. Herbert Brj son, and
William Waters, honorary, John Joy
Edson. A. F. Fox. W. E. Edraonston.
Justice Job Barnard. George W. White,
William Shuster, John E Laskey, and
John A. Hamilton.
Mr. Newton, who had been in falling
health for some time, died Thursdav.
The finding of roe shad In the Potomac
Ir January was the surprising occurrence
brought to light yesterday when three
specimens were delivered at one of the
lrrge fish stands in Center Market, The
oldest fish dealers do not recall the find
lrg of shad in the river at this season.
A hotel took the entire supply of shad
at J3 eacn.
Verf.nc and WMhtnxton Bnwteuxat Ccnraars
fulsieri from foot of Betroth Street for Old Potat
Comfort sod Itorfout cillr at p. m.
Cart from Fifteenth Mntt ssd Mrv York Arras
rrsry enirtar boor for mala causae Zoo Park a&4
To Great Ftn Wuhlastoa sad Oil Doealaloa
BaOrood can ererr frv salnotea from TUrtr-tati
art M Stneti.
To Ifonat vcreoo WaahtnstaD-Vlndnla BiDvmr.
Cum ererr hoar on the hoar from li m. to' I p.
bl. latt ax. BUUon lab. htrtat and Pensartraatt
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For Kealta'a Sake Yonr Table
Should always have Melnberg's Top-Noch
Bread. First In point of purity. Grocers.
For Men's 55 and $6
Two of the most popular Men's Shoe Lines in Washington in two Spnsational Sales I
Of course, not the "Staples" nor the light spring weights but nearly all of the heavy win
ter styles, in the most popular shapes of the car.
In all the choicest Tan, Black, and Patent Leathen.
In a Style and Slxs lo hit YOU If you STEP LIVELY 1
WM. HAHN'S & CO.'S
THREE RELIABLE SHOE-HOUSES :
Where Reliable Goods and Low Prices Go Hand-in-Hand
Main Store, 904 F St.
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Take one after incaU for a day or o and you will smile again. E-Z TABLETS vvill relieve
all cae5 of Pad Rrcath, Sour Stomach, Constipation, Headache, Heartburn, Biliousness, Insomnia,
Lazy Liver, Dizziness, and Dyspepsia. If a 2oc package (100 tablets) don't cure or relieve jou,
we return vour inoncv. Do ou want a better guarantee?
For Sale at O'Donnell's and All Leading Drug Stores
Keep the Cold on the Outside These Winter Months
Any kind of a cough or cold is not only unpleasant, but dangerous and for jour comfort and
afctv get rid of it. In
HALL'S CHERRY EXPECTORANT
jou have the one preparation that will give instant relief and promptly cure een the tightest
cough. It is pleasantly flavored, palatable, and so different from the many disagreeable cough rem
edies. Have a bottle ready for an emergency. Don't wait till jou catch the cold. Sold with the
guarantee of a positive cure or your money back. Regular izc, 25c. Extra large bottle, 50c.
For Sale at O'Donnell's and All Leading Drug Stores
512 NINTH ST.
MARRED AND SHOPWORN FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE FOR QUICK SELLING!
$20 Odd Velour Portieres, pair $8.90
$8 Rep Portieres, pair $490
$2 Arabian Lace Curtains, pair 111
$4 Arabian Lace Curtains, pair $2 45
$40 Bird's-eje Maple Dresser, large
French plate mirror $20.00
$45 Circassian Walnut Dresser, large
French plate mirror :.. 22.50
$85 Large Golden Oak Buffet, heavily
carved v $42.50
$30 Circassian Walnut Toilet Table.. 1 .$15.00
$30 Mahogany Princess Dresser $15.00
$35 Golden Oak China Closet $17.50
For Men's 13.50 and $4
Cor. 7th and K Sts.
1914-1916 Pa. Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Branch Store, 13th & G
The Great 20th Century Remedy
for the Whole Family
Herald $25,000 Contest Votes.
$30 Full-size Brass Bed $15.00
$45 Colonial Poster Brass Bed, slightly
$24 Weathered Oak Sofa, with Spanish
leather covering $12 00
$6 Golden Oak Rocker ... $3.00
$8 Leather Seat Rocker $4,00
$2 Miter Rugs, size 3.9x3.9, fifty patterns. 95c
50 Real Wilton Seamless Rugs, worth
9x12 Japanese Matting Rug, colors woven
in . $2.95
500 Yards $1.75 Best Inlaid Linoleum,
square jard , $1.10