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THE WASHINGTON. HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29, 1913.
The Man's Store.
-Official weather report Rain
I - -4
Some cold weather yesterday
morningr and we were "BUSY
AS BEES" all day selling
Every Suit and Overcoat
in the House at
Honestly Reduced Prices.
Krrry 15.00 Q Qf
Salt Bud Overcoat.... .."''3'u
Fvr ry $20.00 CI O Ql
Suit and oOKt...-....P1'u
Every 25.00 1 A Of)
Suit and Overcoat ,....waU.U
Every 30X0 S18.90
Suit and Overcoat............... "
Every KS5.00 S22.90
Snlt and Overcoat ffub.v
Every Full Drew, Tuxedo, and Frock
Every Pair of Trouaers Hedneed.
Money's Worth or Money Back.
D. J. KAUFMAN.
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
Moore's RflRDEN Theater
423 9th Street V. W.
Continuous 'Noon to 11 I 31.
PANAMA Thur.,Frl., Sat.
Association for Prevention of
TEETH ARE NEGLECTED
Consumption and Kindred Diseases
Find Entrance to Body Through
Mouth, Claim Physicians.
"Oral Hygiene In Its ItelaUon to the
Prevention of Tuberculosis" was the topic
discussed by the Board of Directors of
the Association for the Prevention ef
Tuberculosis at a meeting- last night at
the Charities" Building. S3 II Street
Northwest. Gen. George M. Sternberg
presided. Tho following members of the
Oral Hygiene Committee of the District
Dental Society were present and partici
pated In the conference: Dr. 'W. Smith
Frank-land, chairman; pr. C M. Gear
hart. Dr. Thomas I Rustfl Dr V?. I
All the speakers laid stress upon the
Importance of oral hygiene from the"
standpoint of prevention. The watchword
of the evening was "A Clean Mouth." The
occasion of the discussion was a delre
on the part of the publications committee
of the Anti-Tuberculosis Association to
revise Its Health rule regarding the care
of the teeth. It being felt that the simple
Injunction In Its health rules, "clean your
teeth morning and evening." Is not sura.
clenly emphatic to meet the requirements
of the teachings of oral hygiene.
Dr. Frankland read a paper showlnr
how, through mouth malformation, lead
ing 10 incorrect Dreaming, as well as
by means of actual decay of the teeth,
tuberculosis and other germ 'diseases
may find entrance Into the system.
Ficnrra Are Given.
Figures were cited In which It was
claimed that only 15 per cent of the pop
ulation gnes proper attention to the
teeth, that from 65 to 95 per cent have
malformed or diseased teeth, which
through Improper mastication or other
wise reduce the bodily resistance to dis
ease. The need for more dental dispen
saries In Washington was brought out
by seteral speakers, as well as the at
tention now being given to the subject
or oral hygiene throughout the country.
.Dr. TV. C KUllnger, dental Inspector
In the public schools, reported that In
the short time since he began his in
vestigations he had examined 1.JSJ chil
dren. Of these SIS had been found to
have cavities In their teeth. Not a few
of the children required treatment by
specialists to correct malformations.
The work already done, he said, demon
strated the need for greater attention
on the part or school authorities and
parents to the teeth of school children.
A request was presented from the
committee on dries and sanitation of
the Housekeepers" Alliance for the co
operation of the association In an at
tempt to obtain an ordinance to prevent
expectoration on the floors of public
markets, and to support the crusade for
wrapped bread. The association appoint
ed a committee to confer with the
Housekeepers' Alliance on the subject.
DR. D. W. 1'ISHER DIES.
Father of Secretary of the Interior
Succnmlia to Heart Disease.
Daniel TVe.bster Fisher, D. D.,LXiD,
died yesterday morning, after a brief Ill
ness from organic heart trouble, at the
home of his son. Dr. Howard Fisher, In
the Jlendota. He was born In Blair
County, Pennsylvania, January 17 IBS,
and was graduated at Jefferson College
(now Washington and Jefferson), In 1S57:
ordained as Presbyterian clergyman In
1SG0 and was In charge of Presbyterian
Churches In New Orleans. TVheeltnr. and
He became president of Hanover Col
lege. Hanover, Ind , In 1K9, and con
tinued until 1907. Dr. Fisher was active
In the affairs of the Presbyterian de
nomination and held many prominent
official positions In that church.
Dr Fisher is survived by two sons,
Walter I. Fisher, secretary of the In
terior, and Dr. Howard Fisher, of this
city, and one daughter, Mrs. Halbert
II. Briton, of Lewlaton. Maine. Funeral
services will be held to-morrow after
noon at Hanover, Ind.
SONS OF YALE FEAST TO-NIGHT.
SOLDIER A SUICIDE,
SO LETTERS INDICATE
Corporal Ballard Feared Paaithmeat
on Perjury Charge and Drank
That Corporal Bullard, ld Coast Ar
tillery, who was taken from the guard
house at Fort Washington Monday morn
ing Jn a dying condition, committed sui
cide by drinking carbolic add in an ef
fort to cheat the government of the op
portunity to punish him for perjury, was
the trend of communications found In
the pockets of the soldier and which
were laid before the Investigating board
of surgeons yesterday morning. The board
returned a erdlct of suldde and that
Is contained In the report that is now on
Its way to division Headquarters, Gover
nors Island, New Tdrk.
The body will be sent this morning to
Virginia, 111, Bullard' old home, for
burial. It will be escorted from Fort
Washington to the wharf by the Ave
companies of the post In as nearly their
full strength as possible "
The note that disclosed the Intention
of the soldier In taking the poison was
directed to one of his comrades at the
post and was found by the Board of Sur
geons In Bullard s pockets. It Intimated
that the writer feared conviction. It Is
President Toft. Justice Piracy anil
Others to Make Speeches.
Illness will prevent President nadley,
of Tale, attending the banquet of the
Tale AJumh! Association to be held to
night at the Raleigh, but Old Fit will be
represented at the dinner by Prof. Rus
sell II Chittenden, director of the Schef
fleld Scientific School.
President Taft will speak, as will
Justice Pitney, of the Supreme Court,
and Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Beekman Wlnthrop. James H. Hayden.
of the Sheffield dass of 'S7, and president
of the Alumni Association, wlU be the
Red Is Official Color.
Vivid red Is the official color for all
automobiles and wagons connected with
the Post-office Department, according to
a statement made yesterday by Post
master General Hitchcock. Also every
mall box In the town Is going to be
Carnations for MeKlaley Day.
An abundant supply of home-grown
carnations for Jan. 29, Gude, 1214 F.
Kaftti u WuhuutoB Btraitnat Conpaayi
nounen from font of Smoth strert for Old ratal
Comfort and Norfolk dally at p. av
Can from Flftwath otxtst sad New Terr arrant
my caartar boar lor aula aotnuica Zoo Pats ao4
T Oreat Fins-WaaUsttoa tad Oil Dsnlaloa
Ballroad can etcrr fnr soisntas from Thbty-alztl
and M StrrcU.
Tt Mount Ttrnco WaaUnftoa VbitaU BallwaJ.
Cam trey hour on tbt boor from 10 a. m. to 1 n,
bl. kit car. Button Laa Strata and FaBnartraata
I YOUR J
NOTHING is more worthy of caution and judgment than
the Selection of jour Glasses.
The first step is a careful examination of jour
ejes by an expert, who can tell jou EXACTLY what is
wrong and EXACTLY what lenses jou need. In the all-important
preliminary of examination my sen ice is alxn e criti
cism. .. s
Then the choosing of the lenses there's where my facil
ities insure that jou get absolutely the right ones to remedy
Finally, I see to it that jou get the clips or frames most
becoming to your features.
YOURS FOR BETTER EYESIGHT
A. O. HUTTERLY
732 7th Street N. W. Main 3296.
We Girt otet In Tit Herald a S3 001 Contett.
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
V arlv airraid tSiJbOO contest vstta.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Snail's Hardware Store, 713 7t!vSt.N. W.
Wi Cltt Votat m IU uertia a pyin
YOU CAN RELY ON
Howeter little you pay. & full meas
ure of quality Is assured.
cole & swam, aaav.
V ajtva Herald C2MXM contest votes.
Means natural flavor and highest nu
nOMEMADE BREAD ATD PIES.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
Wa Gin Vote la Tbt Banld t cut Cuctaat.
Per lb U I
Finest Storage Eggs, per
Fancy Yellow Onions, per
Pure Lard, per lb 12c
Best Compound, per lb. .7jC
Small Smoked Picnic
Shoulders, per lb....l21c
Small Smoked Hams, per
Peaches, per lb 9c
Choice Evaporated Ap
ples, per large pkg....7y2c
Sugar Corn, per can..v Bo
Tall cans of Salmon, per
can . 76c
Fancy Cabbage, per lb... lc
Fancy White Potatoes,
per peck . 19c
per lb ??c
3 loaves Star of East
Bread for .. .....10c
J. T. D. Pytes
We a-lve Herald KSftOO contest
It ' rtXXf i ' 'lectin, iti
lay tw rtasrtii tipirfluntilr. ttfci, 35c
At all druggists.
Li , TTk rkAV IAMITAHV TlAnPWTV MI ATT-LT TC
i j-ur x , jan vjitxek x a jlvi a jl -111 1 11, 10
a l ML
I I 7,7 l' n
I-1 $ B V
WEAR A CARNATION
In Honor of His Memory
"Lead, Kindly Light"
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom,
Lead Thou me onl
The night is dark, and I am far from home,
Lead Thou me onl
Keep Thou nry feet 1 I do not ask to see
The distant scene; one step enough for me.
I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou
Shouldst lead me on;
I loved to choose and see my path ; but now
Lead Thou me on!
I loved the garish day; and, spite of fears,
Pride ruled my will : remember not past years
So long Thy power has blest me, sure it still
Will lead me on
O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, till
The night is gone;
And w ith the morn those angel faces smile,
Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile.
The favorite hymn of tie late President McKInley,
uWySSSsSSsV' i; PT '. ?1JBbsbP?
tB3RKBB!Pw' it liif is?
1843 1901 (y.
JIIT IS GODS WILL ,JI
Cleveland's Eulogy of McKinley.
To-day the Rravr eloara over tke man that bad been choaen by the
people of the United Matra lo represent their aorrelcntr to protect and
defend thrtr Constitution, to falthfnlly execute the Una made for their
welfare, and to aafely uphold the Intrcrlty of the republic.
He paaacai from the public aljcht . Ixarlns; the lrrratha and carlanda
of of Ms eounrrynien'a approrlna; acclaim, but amid the soba and teara of
of a mournlna- nation. The vrhole nation loved their President. TIU
kindly dlapoaltlon and affectionate tralta, hla amiable conatderatlon for
aU around him, will Ions; be In the bearta of hla countrymen. He loved
them In return with aueh patriotism and unaelfiahneas that In this hour of
tbelr RTlef and humiliation be would aay to them, "It la God'a wlll I ant
content. If there la a Irason la my life or death let It be taught to thoaa
who still lire and bare the deatlny of their country In their keeplnc."
First In my thoua-hts are the leaaoaa to be learned from the career
of 'William McKInley by the youns men who make up the arudents to-day
of our university. They are not obacure nor dlftlcnlr. The man who
la uolveraally moiarnrd to-day nai not deficient In education, but with
al! you will hate of hla errand career and hla arnlera to hla country, you
will not hear that what he aecompllahed n due entirely to hla educa
tion, lie Mia an ohedlrat and affectionate wa. patriotic, and faithful aa
a aoldler. boneat and uprlcht na a citizen, tender and deaoted as a hna.
band, aad truthful, Keaeroua, uuaelflah, moral, and clean In CTery relation
There la a moat aerloua leaaon for all of us la the traeedy of our
late President's death. If vre arc to escape further attacks upon our
peace and security, we must boldly and resolutely irrapple with the mon
ster of anarchy. It Is not a thlnsr that we ran safely leave to be dealt
with by party r partlaaaahlp. Nothing can guarantee ua asalnst Its
menace except the tearhlna; and the practice of the beat cttlsenahlp, the
exposure of the ends and alma of the icoapel of discontent and hatred of
aoclal order, and the brave enactment nnd execution of repressive lawa.
By the memory of our martyred Prealdrnt let us resolve to cultivate
and preserve the qualities that made him creat and uaeful, and let na
determine to meet the call of patriotic duty In every time of our country's
dnna-er or need. Delivered before the faculty and students of Princeton
This announcement is intended to bring "McKINLEY DAY" to the attention of the public,
and to increase the popularity of the beautiful idea of WEARING A CARNATION in memory of
the Martyred McKinley.
GUDE BROS. CO.
O. A. OEHMLER
1214 F Street
1329 G Street
GEO. C. SHAFFER
14th and Eye Streets
Z. D. BLACKISTONE J. . SMALL G SONS, Inc.
l4th and H Streets . 15th and H Streets
LEADING WASHINGTON FLORISTS