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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY, JANUARY 26. 1913.
I J MLilfys5n ihllllm
The Shoe Clearance V
1 If C
in run swing
Such sweeping reductions on our
stocks of Men's, Women's, and Chil
dren's Shoes that it seems as if all
Washington were responding.
$1.50 Shoes reduced to $1.39 $2.50 Shoes reduced to $1 95
$2.00 Shoes reduced to $1.69 $3.00 Shoes reduced to $2!39
904 Seventh St
We clre Herald S800O eonteat Ttte.
I SOL. LOUIS,
i I IMiJilll fin lilfl
Big Clearance Sale of T
Women's $15 Coats vJ
Best feature of great January clean-up. Buy a smart tai
lored Coat at one-third regular price.
423 7th Street N. W.
We Gin Votes is The Henld's (3.009 Cestnt.
The Concerns Advertising on This Page Give Votes in The Herald's 825,000 Contest.
No matter how delicate the
fabric, we will clean or
dye it without injury.
llth and You Streets N. W.
We GItq Votri in The Ilrnld'i E5.000 Ccrtest.
GHAS. H. REISINGER
Confectioner and Ice
Pure Ire-Cream. $1.20
60c Half Gallon.
235 G St. N. W.
We Elve Herald S23.000 contest votes.
Hello! Main 8008
This is to inform the trade and
public that we have a complete line
of Jewelry Boxes, Lards, lags,
We do all kinds of repairing.
The Wholesale House
613 7th Street N. W.
We Cire Voua in The timid"! J3.O0O Costnt.
TAKE CARE OF THE SETTING OF THE EYES
20 TO 40 OFF
On Entire Stock
Winter Suits and
Sample Suit and Dress Shop
1213 GS..H. W.
We give Herald $55,000 contest Tate.
We upholster and refinisli any
thing in furniture. Our prices will
be the lowest, and satisfaction is
508 H Street N. W.
Ve chc Herald $25,000 contest rote.
Tho Keynote of Our Products
Served in a clean comfortable narlor.
or, if you want it by the gallon, it will
oc i..'v aeuvcrea. lour cnoice or. na
ICE CREAM PARLOR
1402 North Capitol St.
We Give Voles in Tie Ilmld'i 5.M Contest.
Handsome new woolens modeled to fit
perfectly. Workmanship guaranteed.
H. F. Silverman & Co.,
.702 M STREET NORTHWEST
Branches: 3VS Rhode Island Ave. N. E.
1'tli St. and Michigan Ave.. Brooklasd.
We GItb Voles in The EtnM'l C5.D3 Contest.
Watch and Clock
Any American made
match repaired for
Any French made
clock repaired for 32.50
CLOCK REPAIR CO.
510 H Street N. W.
We give Herald ISS.OOO contest vte.
Quite as the setting of a Jewel brines
out its beauty, bo does that of the eye not
only enhance Its loveliness but gives
grace and expressiveness to the whole
face. Hence, it Is important that every
thing possible be dono toward bcauUfylng
the eyelashes, brows, and lids, and toward
keeping the flesh about the eyes and the
eyelids smooth and free from wrinkles.
If your eyes are small or too large they
cannot be changed save by a surgical
process, and that is not to be recommend
ed except In cases of actual disfigure
ment, but you can. by shaping the arch
of the eyebrows and training the lashes,
effect an Illusion that Is remarkable.
Every night brush tho brows with a
brush that Is stiff but not harsh, to re
move dandruff and dust particles that
may have accumulated during the day.
following the line of the arch it is de
sired the brows shall assume, making one
continuous stroke. Then, with a soft
camel's hair brush apply either ordinary
yellow vaseline or aweet almond oil.
warming each so that It will sink Into the
roots, but taking care that none enters
the eves. Itepcat the process with the
lashes, brushing from the ends up toward
the roots. This not only grooms and
strengthens the tiny hairs, but gradually
darkens and thickens their growth.
If tho lashes have a tendency to curve
Inward, they should nt once bo taken care
of, as they are liable to cauie Irritation
to the eye and then dangerous Inflamma
tion. First try what training them will
do. curling them outward with the thumb
and forefinger, moistened with almond
oil. This failing, the offending hair must
be removed with tiny forceps that are
made for Jutt such operations.
If the lashes are encrusted In the morn
ing. Immediately on rising use the eyrcuii
with boraclc .icld solution, or. If preferred,
a solution of boraclc acid (one ounce) with
rose wattr (one pint), dissolving the acid
in the rose water.
stes, which are caused by local Irri
tation, should be attended to immediate
ly upon tbelr appearance, as besides being
excessively annoying and painful they
are disfiguring. In its first stage, tip the
stye with collodion, using the minutest
ef camel's lialr brushes, and holding tho
afflicted lid away from the eyeball for a
moment or two till the collodion hardens.
Perhaps nothing adds so much to ap
parent age as circles and bags under the
ey, which are occaslonad by loosened
muscles. Kvcry precaution should be
taken to prevent them by niean of gen
tle manage with a good skin food, pref
erably one In which lanoline forms a part,
supplemented. If at all available, by an
electrical treatment once a week. Once
the bags have assumed a settled condi
tion, however, there Is nothing to rvsort
to but the surgeon's services, which,
though one hesitate to recommend thm.
are neither painful nor dangerous in this
cate. An Incision Is made, the superfluous
liesh removed, the loosened skin drawn
up, tho edges i-evved toecthcr. and healing
ensues without leaving a scar. Similarly
are lids which hae become flabby and
wrinkled treated successfully, but, need
less to say, only by the surgeon.
We clve Herald $35,000 contest vote.
Worth fZ for making.
Special price, made for.
Specialist in fine custom
work in all its branches
DjrlnK. Clrnnlnc. Ilcp.lrl.s.
SPECIAL Ladies Suits Altered. J2.00
and up. Orders called for and deliv
ered. 3318 Ga. Ave. Do!. 998
We Klve Herald S25.000 contest totes.
THE CHILDREN'S SHOP
Phone M. 7586.
We Cite Votes la The IltnM'a $3,000 Contest.
Is one of the best of all human traits.
Your wife will appreciate your thought
fulness if you will let us make you :
large photographs on artistic and har
monious mounts, for J1.D0. Regular
price, $18.00 per dozen.
BROOKS' ART STUDIO
905 Pa. Avenue N. W.
We slve Herald $23,000 contest voles.
Wednesday, January 29, Will Be McKinley Day
Thousands will wear red Carnations in token of respect to the memory of our martyred
1214 F Street N. W.
Home of Carnations
Let us supply jour red Carnations for McKinley Day. Our flowers are always fresh and
Phone Main 4278.
Stamping DfMljtnta.;. Stamping Com
position, Irrforatrt Pattern, Art ftre
dleorkff and Embroidery Crochet Inc.
Mrs. Eiiz. Blakistone
722 Eleventh St. N. W.
We Elve Herald rS,000 contest Totea.
Boston Shoe Repair Go,
3426 14th St. N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
I. GinUilMAX A SONS.
We give Herald (3,000 coate.t Totes.
813 North Capitol Street
New 1913 Stock
No old goods he're, but crisp,
new, clean merchandise, including
muslin underwear, kimonos, house
dresses, and R & G Corsets.
Prices right all the time.
W GIra Votes in The limit's S3.COJ OontMt.
Telephone X. 526.
We slve Herald, VS3,000 contest rotes.
STRENGTH RELIABILITY BRILLIANCY
"The Humphrey Gas Mantle
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
Wc recommend our 25c Mantle, but can furnish Mantles at 10c, 15c, 25c,
and 35c. Send for one to-day and judge for yourself. Kindly state if inverted
or upright mantle wanted.
WASHINGTON GAS APPLIANCE CO.,
1924 14th St. N. W. Phone N. 889
We c'te Herald 123,000 contest Totes.
. " Attractive
aKeS Articles at
462 Maine Avenue S. W.
Fhone II. STS0.
We clre Herald SZS.OOO contest votes.
MAY MANTON PATTERNS
ON SALE HERE.
Dry goods, notions. ladles' and gentle
men s undcrnear and hosiery. Clio our
hose a trial, all prices from 10c to tL3i
1-aces. tmbrolderles, neckwear. Arrow
Collars, stationery and school supplies.
Select line of candles. Lowney's and
Schrafffa chocolates. Velvet ice cream.
Downtown Prices. Strictly Cash.
Mount Pleasant Variety Store
Miss a B. Wilcox. 2U2 llth St. i W.
Washington, D. C
Ask for Herald j:S.O0O contest votes.
The Capitol Bedding Go.
Manufacturers and Renovators
Mattresses and Bedding of Every
Description Box bpnngs, Cush
ions, Pillows, and Bolsters.
We Buy Old Feathers.
1241 Seventh St. N. W.
We Gti. Vota la The BenM'i 3.039 Cocttit.
With Our Studio
When you fret cheap photos you tret
Just what you pay for. My prices for
high grade work will please you. Spe
cial price. Regular T10 Scherer Art Folder
Studio open 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
SCHERER PHOTO STIIIO
1207 F Street N. W.
We iht nerald JC3.000 contest Tntes.
Southern Timepiece Go.
1227 H St. N. E.
We elve nerald (3,000 contest Totes.
Is the Square-deal Coal Man.
r- i ur j - . I a'" '"""'s lames msn-Braae tail
.oal, Wood, Coke cverv kind for and winter suits of guaranteed 907 en
.,... t;'H ( I.. K,"a'IOrquHty at tho special prlco of...5.3U
1524 N. Capitol St.
I am making ladles high-grade fall
kind of stoe and fur
The Tailor Whose
Specialty Is Satisfaction.
I'll tailor jou a superb suit of a pure
Ttool fabric at such a little price that
you'll be surprised. Fit guaranteed.
B, L GERSHANICK
615 F STREET N. W.
Phone Main 1305.
tVe die Votn la Tho Henud't BS.cn Contaat.
143 B STREET S. E.
Phone Lincoln 179.
We elve Herald ;.000 contest Totes.
Riding Habits a Specialty.
Formerly with 1L Pasternak.
2467 18th St. N.W.
We Giro Votes in The UcraU's COCO Coctrst.
For Best Bread
Our bread is wholesome. anDctlzInir.
and tasty. Try it once you'll come
back tor more. .
Home Baking Company
939 M St. N. W.
Formerly 1117 10th St. N. W.
We lve Herald S35.000 contest Totes.
Telephone Col. 9
We slve Herald Jw.000 contest Totes.
Telephone Lincoln 127.
William J. Huhn,
336 Pema. Avenue S.E.
lc Glie ctct In Th DlW' E3.0B Cootstt.
Make Our Store Your Store.
Men's Fleece-lined Underwear,
Children's School Dresses,
Boys' 2-Piece Suits,
Boys' Corduroy Pants.
. 819 H Street N. E.
We Gii. Votn la The Bmld'f 53.000 Cootat.
I guarantee to repair
any defect that occurs
In my work within six
months, provided walls
are scraped and sized.
A. J. Grimes,
603 Penna. Aienne S. E.
We slve Herald fSS.000 contest Totes.
A store that combines
best goods with
For complete stocks of dry goods anj
furnishings, vast variety and low prices,
visit our store.
A. M. KLOCK,
Cor. 4th and H Sts. Northeast
We Elve Herald 23,000 contest votes.
We give it.
lien's Women's and Chil
dren's Itcllablo Clothing; at
815 9th St. N. W.
Wo Cite Votej In The Ilerild's $5,000 Cootast.
We'll Block Your Hat Into Any
New Model You Prefer
Beavers, felts, velours, plushes, and
silk hats remodeled. Complete lino of
Ladies' Capital Hat Shop
508 llth Street N.W.
We rite Herald 23,O00 contest Totes.
Tho greatest known laxative. For
mula of eminent physician. Easy to
take, easy to act. No griping nor Incon
venience. Price, :5c All druggists,
or World Standard JIfg. Co, 706 S. St.
X. W, Washington. D. C. Call or write
We site Herald 155,000 contest votes.
The Model Corset Shop
823 11th Street Northwest
An interesting showing of the La
Rita, Corset, our own make, and other
standard makes, including the La. Fro.
Full lino Brassieres and Corset Acces
We slve Herald C5,C00 contest Totes.
ALL COLORS Cf)s
Liberal Bunch, J vJU
1214 F St. N. W.
Wo Glre Votes la The Ilmld'i 5.009 Contnt.
BEST VALUES HERE
IN KIMONOS, LADIES'
AND SCARFS. ALSO
SETS AND NECKWEAR.
J. G. PREINKERT
1206 Ii Street N. .
W. Gin Votn is Tbt Bertld'e 3.000 Canteti.
Rugs woven from old carpets. We
have no agents. Be sure and have
your work done by tho Old Laurel
309-311 10th St. S. W. M. 3264m
We Glre Votes in The Henld'a 35.CW Cxctut.
DONE BY ,
M. E. VERNON
3124 Georgia Ave.
We Giro Votes in Tbo llenlil's ES.O0O Coctest.
ainrderer. Were Onre Buried Alive
Tied to Their Victim..
from the Chiaco Xm.
Old-time punishment for offenses at sea
was most severe. The code of tho time
of Richard I of England, drawn up for
tho government of his fleet on the cni'
sades, provided "that whoso killed any
person on shipboard should bo tied with
him that, was slain and thrown into the
sea. And If he killed him on the land
he should In like manner he tlod v. lth
the partle slain and be burled with him
in the earth."
In Elizabeth's time n thief was to be
ducked three times, toned ashore at the
stern of a boat and marooned with a
loaf of bread and a can of beer. Mutiny
nas punishable by the culprit's being
hanged by his heels "until his brains
wero beaten oute against the shyppe's
Tho penalties imposed for sleeping on
watch were progressive. For the first
offense the man was to be "headed" with
a bucket ofwater; on the nest occasion
he was to be strung up by his wrists
and to have two buckets of water poured
into his sleeves; the Uilrd time be would
can of becre and a biscotte of breade
and a sharp knife, and so to hang and
choose whether he mould cutto himself
down and fall Into the sea or hange
Among the rules Issued by Raleigh for
the governing of his South American ex
pedition in 1617 was that no man rbould
be allowed to gamble for his arms or
clothes "on the pain of being disarmed
and made a swabber of the ship." A
general punishment for blasphemy at this
time was for tho offender to be bound
to the mainmast with an Iron bit between
his teeth, the alternative being a scrap
ing of the tongue All sorts of odd. and
frequently hideous punishments aro to
bo found described In old manuscripts.
In ! a man found drunk aboard or
ashoro was taken caro of until the fol
lowing morning, when In the presence of
the ships company he was presented
with a pint of salt watci which ho had
The dreaded "cut" Is probably the best
known of these old naval punishments.
Whipping was provided for at least as
long ago as the fifteenth century, and In
Drake's time the regular trouncing of
the ship's boys by tho boatswain on Mon
day mornlmr was recorded an th. nniv
means of Insuring a fair wind for the!
.PEEEY SCOTT'S TURKEY.
This Wonderful Bird Wn. Well
Fixed with Leg. and Wings.
fcm tho Argonaut.
The story of Perry Scott's turkey has
come down from Revolutionary days In
Carolina. Col. Gordon was accustomed
to tell of the hasty mach which he
made before Rudolph's legion. He was
Just sitting down to dinner when orders
story of Perry Scott's turkey and an
The colonel congratulated himself on
his luck, and. banding the drumstick over
to a fellow-officer, went out of tho tent.
It was growing dark. Another cavalry
man came up. whispered the story of
Perry Scott and cautiously handed ov-r
a third leg. Tho colonel continued his
walk through the camp, and bcroro his
return had been secretly offered twenty
be loaded with weights and bound to th
mast, and "for the fourthe time he was I rest of the'week-Chlcaco News.
to be hanged to the boltspritc, with a Senator Hoke Smltfi, MaJ. Blanton Win
were given to cross tho Ashley River, legs and fourteen wings of Perry Scott
ii wan neany nignuau when he blvou-a-ed
In a valley In which the cavalry
under Wayne had Just encamped, and.
with his officers. Iwgan to sup on dry
nreaa ana potatoes. Tho lnrantry which
he commanded wc,re In a starving condi
tion, an the commissary was without
money; but raiding upon tho farmers
was sternly made punishable br death.
Reports of the hungry condition of he
newcomers had circulated among Wayne's
men. jusi as me colonel began to eat
his musty bread a private from Wayne'3
cavalry appeared and said, respectfully:
"Perry Scott had some money, colonel,
and bought a turkey. We have unfor
tunately eaten all but one leg. 1 took
the liberty of bringing that to you."
I- ... -u.vuci iuu mo leg graieiuuy, an
had scarcely finished It when another of
.j.ia 4w. ui'i-vuitru wuu me came
Waynes men had raided a poultry
yam tne previous nignt and concocted
tho story of Perry Scott's purchase to
protect themselves In case any turkey
bones snouid Dc discovered. The hunger-bitten
faces of their new comrades
were more than they could bear, how
ever, and each man, unknown to the
others, carried his share Into Gordon's
camp at the nsK of detection and death,
it was not until the wHr was over and
the troops disbanded that Col. Gordon
told the story 'of Perry Scott and his
They were divorced within six months
after their wedding."
Hm!" returned the sessimlstlc hn ,-,.. I . . .i . .. ". . 1 ' J"
lor. Vh.it .lfiln .h.. ir?J '"". B." " ""u BU4 " wnea
JAILER DISLIKES WOMEN.
He'd Rather llnve Men Prisoner.
from tho Sew Tors ,
"I'd rather have 100 men under my
charge than one woman." said tho Jailer
ofRajmond Street Jail. In Brooklyn.
"You sec," he explained, "even the men
we get in here, who have offended
against the law. presumably have & re
spect for It. an Idea of Its necessity.
We get pretty desperato men to lock up
sometimes. They don't mike any
troublo for us. They do what theyro"
told and keep tbelr mouths shut.
"But the women:" Tho Jailer wiped
his forehead. "Do you know," he,
claimed helplessly, "every blessed on Wt
"cm wants to be a law unto herselfl
"They"ro antagonistic toward tho rules.
They won't do this and they won't do
that. It almost seems 'as if they deliber
ately worked themselves up Into rages
over. Immaterial matters. And when 'a
woman says '1 won't and looks at
you tho jailer shook his head. "It's
a hard" proposition." he said.
"We're hampered In dealing with them.
When a man doesn't behave hlmi.lf w
know what we may do. He knows It,
too. Our hands are tied when It comes
to the women. What extra punishment