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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY, JANUARY 26. 1913.
The Man's Store.
Suffragists to Build Structure
in Sherman Square for
Parade March 3.
ABE MARTIN SAYS :
Official weather report Fair.
TO-DAY -PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERT
MOORE'S GARDEN THEATER
Doing the Biggest
Because we're selling the, best
clothinjj in tlie District for the
In the Man's Store at
Honestly Reduced Prices.
Every $15 00 CtQ Qfk
Suit and Overcoat '4PjrjrJ
Every $2000 GJ-j O ((
Suit and Overcoat. .$ 1 UtrJ
Every $25 00 CI OH
Suit and Overcoat. .)j)lUiU
Suit and Overcoat.
Every $35 00 99 Oft
Suit and Overcoat. . WaW"l
All Full Ureas, Tuxrdo, and Frorlc
11 Troiurn Reduced.
Money's Worth or Money Back.
D. J. KAUFMAN,
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phono L. 1125
We Glie Vote In Tb. IIkiM 5 000 Ccntm.
A Lucky Strike
. 10 cr vcr tnr G ccnti". It will totc the lucky
-nk of r cicur huvine halut. In tmTT vX
t t mk rfcl il our riun for quality, flATor
and mat nl
tnrtly ban 1 nude piaxactwd Hairaoa filler Woch
I ert t. Mak s a ml w-et sm-Ae I tor of 50 far
fci-nt annlm t r.ini lot Order a N?x to-
FriBkG Sctwartz, 251 H M nlberry St . Lancisler, Pi
BOTH SIDES HEARD
Amendment to Sheppard Bill Will .Be
Necessary to Complete
nnilr 1'rlcrs: RIO to 400.
Chasxin Prices: Mon, 3.S00; 3-ton,
H.T.40O, .'.-Ion. W--.0O.
THE LUTTRELL COMPANY
DUPONT CIRCLE AT NINETCENTH STREET
S.rvlc Station. N H Ay. at M St.
.!. Ten rear old, S1.S5.
.!. Order by phone.
A Also TENNESSEE, SI 00 Bottle.
The Shoomaker Co.
5. 1331 E Street . W. X
.;. Eatabllahed 18T.3. Phone M llSSra
gr' S, vounwvraT!. KKJtf
The suffragists yesterday scored a lo
tory over the Inaugural committee and
will hae their coveted stauda In Sher
man Square March 3. Such was tha an
nouncement made yesterday followlnc
the conference between Secretary of
War SUmson. Chairman William Cor
coran Eustls. and George E. Hamilton,
chairman of the legislative committee.
The formal notite of the Inaugural com
mittee's decision In the matter will be
coneed to the Senate Committee on
Buildings and Grounds some time before
noon Monday and the amendment to the
hheppard bill accordingly will be with
"We are perfectly willing lor the sur
fraglsts to build the stands on Sherman
Square." said Chairman Eustls last
night. "We have never been opposed
The contro ersi oer the stands was
continued yesterday morning before the
Senate Committee on Buildings and
Grounds. The suffragists alleging that
they had been refused the right by the
Inaugural committee to place a reviewing
stand In Sherman Square for use March
3. put forward an amendment to the
Sheppard un asKing lor permission lor
the use of the square. The Inaugural
committee objected to the amendment on
the ground that Its Introduction Into tho
bill would delay Its progress
The Senate committee, nfter hearing
both sides of the argument, decided that
unless the Inaugural committee made ar
rangements with the Secretary of War
for the granting of the space the amend
ment should go Into the bill
Tip I Scerrtnry of Wnr.
The inaucrtiral committee In a large
measure control the available space
for stands through the terms of the Shep-'
pard bill That Instrument Is very broad
and cues the committee rigni to prac
tically all of the street space on the ap
proval of the Secretary of War. Thus. In
order for the suffragist to get the space
they atkeil In Sherman Square It was
necessar for the Secretary of War Jo
gnnt Us ue to the committee, and the
committee. In turn, will turn It over to
When the Senate committee has Deen
Informed that the stand has been granted
b the Inaugural committee the amend
ment will be withdrawn
F. Gude. chilrman of tho committee
on Illumination, pract!call completed his
plans vcaterdaj afternoon. rne are
more extensive than ever before
Most of the effort will be centered
on Pennsylvania Avenue and on the
Court of Honor opposite the White
House The Avenue will be decorated
with heavy strings of bulbs From
the Treasury to the Capitol there will
probably be 500. and at the end of each
there will be festoons of lights Two
powerful searchlights will play on the
dome of the Capitol from northwest
and northeast, so that looking down
this avenuu of electrlo llghs the dome
of the building will be outlined In
white lights against the sky.
Extensive plans have also been made
for the illumination of "Montlcello,"
the main stand In front of the White
House, that will be used as the review
ing stand of the president and his par
ty At each end of the Presidential re
viewing stand, which as Us name in
dicates, will be modeled after tho home
of Thomas Jefferson, there will be a
row of trees thirty feet high Through
I the branches of these will be strings or
I electric lights and the stand Itself will
be floodedlwith light from the sides
One ofthe unique features of the
Illumination will be the use of the Bar
tholdl fountain In the Botanic Gar
dens This fountain has not been
illuminated since Cleveland s last ln-
I auguratlon. Then It was merely lit up
with gas The fountain Is to be lighted
with electric lights In the basin- and
festooned about the mouth of the Inlet
President Tnft Approves Dcalcn for
The design for a olnt memorial to
MaJ Archibald W. Butt and Francis D
Millet, two Washlngtonians who perished
on the Titanic, was approved by Presi
dent Taft after receiving the approba
tion of the Arts Commission
The design, which Is the work of Dan
lei C French and Thomas "HasUngs,.
two New York artists, calls for a foun
tain bearing on one side the Image of
an armed knight. represenUng MaJ Butt,
and on the other a base relief of fine
arts, emblematic of Millet, the artist.
The memorial, costing $3,000. will be
erected South of the White House,
Commend Wireless Operator.
Upon the recommendation of United
States Minister Jlussell at Santo Do
mingo City, the Navj Department has
written a letter of commendation to
George H Nicholson, chief electrician. U.
S N. and wireless operator on board
the gunboat Wheeling Nicholson was
almost constantly on duty in the wire
less room of the, Wheeling, It was stated,
for more than two weeks, 'engaged In
handling messages for the State and
Navy Departments when the cable service
was interrupted by rcvolnUonary activities
We Blve Herald S25.O0O contest votes..
519 Seventh Street Northwest
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Fresh Films Every Day
We give Herald tSSJOOO contest votes.
I APKIN Tne Sewing
LHItrvlll, Machine Man
WU1 repair your sewing machlaa
properly, so matter what make.
Eend postal, or phone M-J2JS.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
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YOU CAN RELY ON
However little you pay. a full meas
ure of quality Is assured.
C0LE& SWAM, mVvT
Wa give Herald S2S.090 contest votes.
A banquet wouldn' be so bad if
they served what you're used to.
Tlier's three kinds o' poor folks
iist plain evcr'day poor, land
poor, an' auto poor.
SIR HORACE PLUNKETT
TO BE BANQUET GUEST
Member of Parliament Will Be Dined
To-night by Southern Com
Right Hon. Sir Horace Plunkett. of
Ireland, a distinguished member of the
British Parliament, will be tendered a
dinner at the Shoreham Hotel to-morrow
night by officials of the Southern Com
mercial Congress Fifty prominent resi
dents of Washington will attend the din
nr. Including President Taft, members
of Congress, army and navy officers, and
others. Senator Fletcher of Florida,
president of the Southern Commercial
Congress, will act as toastmaster.
Sir Horace Plunkett Is the originator
cf agricultural co-operajjve finance in
Ireland, and will accompany the foreign
commission of the Southern Commercial
Congress, which will make a three
months' tour of the principal European
countries, beginning next April, to study
continental methods of arglcultural
finance. Ireland being one of the coun
tries to be visited by the commission.
In 1SS3 Sir Horace Plunkett started the
agricultural co-operative movement in
Ireland, out of which grew the Irish Ag
ricultural Organisation 8oclety. founded
In ISM He has Berved as vice president.
Department of Agricultural and Techni
cal Instruction, for Ireland, commissioner
of tho Irish Congested Boards, and Is an
honorary fellow of Oxford, besides being
an author of note in his countr).
RELIC OF "BOBBY" BURNS.
Old Walnut Chair Sfosv Property of
Robert n, .Jordan.
An old walnut chair, once owned bj the
immortal "Bobbv" Burns, has been In
Washington for more than twenty jears.
During this time It was the property ot
the late Mr. W. K. Smith, superintendent
of the Botanic Garden, who was an
ardent collector of Burnslana. Since Mr.
Smith's death it has passed into the
hands of Mr. Robert It. Jordan, who had
the chair on exhibition jesterday.
The chair is a Chippendale In a stjle
severely plain, and is probably over 150
jears old. The old chair is put together
with wooden pegs, and seems to be of
the earliest type of Chippendale. The
front rail Is much worn, and one, can
fancy that the missing wood was ground
away by the prosaic shoe-leather of the
immortal hard of Scotland.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR BLIND.
Social Evening" Planned for Ijiat
Monday NlBhts or 3Iunth.
The NaUonal Library for the Blind an
nounce a list of entertainments for the
near future. The organlxatlon has
adopted the plan of setting aside the
last Monday night In each month for a
social evening, with a miscellaneous pro
gramme and refreshments.
On Monday. January 17, at S o'clock
Uie next of these social evenings will
be enJoed The programme will con
sist of the following numbers Violin
solo. Mrs. Charles Bennett Smith, of
Buffalo, nt the piano. Miss Lillian
Gronna. South Dakota, recitations, Mrs.
C. Burton Lannon and Miss Henrietta
L. Stone, both of West Virginia.
Thursday, January 30. at 2.3) o'clock
Song and piano recital by Miss Elizabeth
LecKIe, contralto, and Mrs C Burton
Lanhon at the piano
Saturday, February 1, at 3.30 o'clock:
A reading of selected poems and stories.
Mrs. Mordecal, wife of Gen. Alfred
CAPITAL RIFLEMEN SECOND.
Flowers for Social Functions.
When jou entertain have Gude provide
the flo-vers and decorations. 1311 F St.
Services for WVdemeyer.
The Michigan delegaUon In Congress
left jesterday for Ann Arbor,Mlch., to
attend memorial services to-morrow for
the late RepreentaUve Wedemeyer,
who. It is believed, committed suicide
while en route from Panama to the
battiiS tnd Wutuncton Strtmbott Compuri
fUVmCTi from foot ef Strata Street for 014 Point
Comrort and Norfolk Oaltr U Isli a a.
Can from FUtecsth tttnet and Mnr Xorx Araooa
nry gouter boor for naia cntranoa Zoo Pus tat
To Great Falla Waahlnfton and Ola Ooaualoa
Railroad can rrcrr frv minute bom Ttlrtr-alit
ajid U Streeta.
To ltotmt Vernon VTaahtntton-Vlndnla BaSvay.
Gals ereiy boor on tha boor from 19 a. a. ts 3 p
ttu. laat car. Station 13b Stra and Pemarlraala
"The Black Frlnceaa,"
.Qreat! To-day Virginia.
XatiTea of Banna bare a sopentinoas rererenca
f or a hnce boulder wnkb la so delicately poized on
tie edra of a rotmoed eUS on Keiaaa heights tbat it
tranbies In tha Tind. They beUere it la odd la pa
itUan by a hair of Buddha.
Pitman atnd Grerc Stennarrapky,
Teircraphy. aril Sarnot Oocnea. Tae Cnllary.
Match for Trophy.
With a score of 994 out of a possible
1.000 the Park Club of Bridgeport has
retained Its lead In the lnterclnb rifle
matches, according to announcement
made by the National Board for the
Promotion of Rifle Practice yesterday.
The clubs are competing for a trophy
contributed by the War Department.
The standing, with seven more matches
to be fired, now Is as follows.
Bridgeport, won four. lost none; Wash
ington, won four, lost none; Warren won
four, lost none, Erie won three, lost one.
Bangor won two. lost two; Portland
won two, lost two: Manchester won two,
lost two; Birmingham, won one, lost
three; New Orleans, won one, lost three;
Brooklyn lost four.
ENTER THE NEW PIANO
As an auxiliary to the Merchants and
Manufacturers' 325,000 Contest, In The
Herald, The Advocate offers as a spe
call award, a SE75 Schubert Player
Piano to the person casting the most
votes between" the dates of January IE
and February 1. 1913.
This extra competition is not limited
to contestants. Everybody Is Invited to
take part In It. To win this high-class
player piano, you do not have to spend
a penny unnecessarily Just ask for
Herald contest votes every time you
make a purchase.
The Advocate has purchased this 1675
Schubert player from the Joseph Hall
Chase Piano Company 1307 Q Street
Northwest, and placed It on exhibition
in the contest building, 714 Thirteenth
Street Northwest, where you are In
vited to call an examine It- The clos
ing hour for the special piano voting
Is 9 p. m., February L
KlntT Not to Visit Here.
The State Department has not yet re
ceived even an Intimation that King
Alfonso of Spain is contemplating a visit
to the United States. It-was declared
yesterday. No suggestion of such a visit
has been received from the legation at
Madrid, o- from the Spanish Legation
Ta Cure Constipation,
Don't dose the system with a lot of dan
gerous hablt-formlnc drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing Hoffs
Lemon Seldlltx. the good-tatting seldlltJ
BBWdw. Ail drurtUts sell It,
3 Days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Jan. 27, 28, 29
A feature in connection with
the presentation of "The Mira
cle" at the Garden wiH be the
elaborate and appropriate mu
ranged to interpret the theme
of the play, which includes
Mendelssohn's Choral; Sea
sons, "June," Tschaikowski;
"La Cid," Massenet, &c, ren-
Of 7 Soloists
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Good For 10 Votes.
AFTER DINNER, 5c
Good For 5 Votes.
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vVotes Also Given on .All Purchases Made at Above Store.
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