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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1913.
THE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report Fair
The most vitallj interesting news in
'ho paper is about
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about 5u -it
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Rood news trs.
$20 Suits and v. .. 10.00
$25 Suits and Ovenxats. . $12.50
$30 Suits and Overcoats.. $ 15.00
.$35 Suits and Overcoats.. J17.50
$40 Overcoats.... ..,.. $20.00
$45 Overcoats ... . $22.50
Money' z Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
Fancx White Potatoes,
per peck .19c
Dried Lima Beans, per
lb .' VzC
Fancj Cabbage, per lb... lc
15c cans Peas, ery fine,
per can . 10c
Fancy Yellow Onions, per
peck ,. ..15c
Large New Fat Mackerel. 5c
25 Nutmegs for 5c
25c boxes Scaled Herring,
per box . . .19c
3 cakes C and C Oleine
Soap for 10c
3 Gloss Starch for 10c
$100 Tea, any kind, per
20c cans Cal. Peaches, per
Gold Medal Oats, per
large pkg 6Tc
12' c cans Salmon, per
3 loacs Star of the East
Bread for 10c
J. T. D. Pyles
We she H cm Id JC5.000 content
NEED A GOOD DESK?
up jWra isir yivi
THIS ROLL TOP DESK
64-Inch Size; Quartarsd-Oak
or Birch Mahogany
It's a desk made with the
excellence of finish, sturdi
ness, and beauty of design
that characterizes -all our of
The price is remarkably
low for such a high-grade
llth and H Streets N. W.
Wc Gli. Votn Is Herald, S5.COJ Cccteat.
L&rceit atoclc ever carried. .Alao Ltces,
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
3430 Geor!& Ave. N. W.
, Yt a artr Hirmls tSSJOOO eeatest lutes
HORNING, 9th a(n
Discontinuance of Free De
livery to Work Additional
Hardship Is Charge.
AN INCREASE IS SHOWN
Express Service and Railroad Rates
Would Be More Than Under
A double addition of costs to "Washing
ton merchants and other patrons of the
Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad companies would be made by
the discontinuance of the companies tree
local freight delhery service March 1, of
which tho companies have died notifica
tions with the Interstate Commerce Com
mission. It Is asserted by persons opposed
to the discontinuance.
Not only would the free delivery be
superseded by an express servico for
which consignees of frelKht would have
to pay, but, indlrecUy. the rail rates for
delivery of the freights, f o. b Wash
ington, would be increased, it is con
tended. Where a first-class rate from New York
to Washington now Is 37 cents. Including
free local deliver, it is pointed out, the
railroad company gets 5Z.5 cents, and the
local express company 4 5 cents. On second-class
rate of 31 cents, the railroad
gets 26.5, the local express. 4 5, third-
class rate of X cents, the railroad gets
23. the local express, 3 cents; fourth
class rate of 21 cents, the railroad gets
IS, the local express 3 cents.
Same from Other Points.
Similarly, on rates from Philadelphia
to Washington, of 28 cents on first-class
freight, the railroad gets 2X5, and the
local express 4.5, second-class rate of 23,
the railroad gets 205 and the local ex
press. 4.5; third-class rate of 20 cents, the
railroad gets 17 and the local express, 3.
fourth-class rate of 16 cents, the railroad
gets 14 and the local express, 2 cents.
From New Jerej, Delaware, and New
England points on freights to Washing
ton from which the free local delivery
is maintained bv the Pennslania and
tho Baltimore and Ohio, proportionate dl-
islons of the rates are made.
If the free local delivery Is discon
tinued, it Is contended, the prccnt rates
named by the railroads will be maintained
for dem cry of freights I f o b Wash
ington, no deduction being made to com
pensate for tho local express charges
included in tho present rates. Addition
alls, the Washington conignecs of
freight will not be able to pa for lo
cal deliver at the rites at which the
railroad companies now pay for It No
package, for example will be taken by
the local express companies for less than
A large part of tho freight received
bj local merchants of the first-class and
In packages of les than a hundred
weight. Where nuch packages are now
delivered for a few cents, the charges
for local dellverr, after the free de
livers is discontinued, would be 25 cents
or more, with no allowance made for the
4.5 cents now included in tho gross rate
named by the railroads.
LEITER FILES SUIT
Gas Company Head Seeks to Obtain
Stock, in Default of Payment
of $260,000 Loan.
Joseph Lelter jesterday filed ult
against Thomas I. Hume, alleging that
on January 12. 1312, Hume applied to the
plaintiff for a loan of J.W.000 for one
year at 4u per cent interest, repayable
within one J ear from date or loan 'lni
plaintiff aers that Hume offered to dc
posit with him 3 WO "hares of the stock
of the Washington Gaslight Company as
collateral security for the payment of
Loiter alleges that Hume defaulted in
the pajment of the loan when it was
due, and refused to paj, notwithstand
ing the fact that demand for payment
was made on him The plaintiff asks the
court to decree the foreclosure of his
lien on 3,000 shares of stock of the W ash
lngton Gaslight Companj, and subject
the same to the payment and indebted'
ness due by the defendant to the plain
tiff, and that a trustee be appointed to
make sale of the stock.
GEHEEAIS' WIDOWS PENSIONED.
Mrs. John Porter nntl Sir. Mnry
MacArthtir Voted Ho-n-ancea.
The Senate yesterday passed a bill
giving Mrs John Porter, widow of Gen.
John Porter, who was dismissed from
the army in 1S3, a pension of $00 a
month. MaJ Gen Porter was dismissed
following the annihilation of the troops
under his command at the econd battle
of Bull Run He was restored in 1S72.
He also was a veteran of the Mexican
The Senate Committee on Pensions cs-
terday authorized a favorable report on
a bill to pay Mrs. Mary MacArthur. widow
of Maj. Gen MacArthur, a pension at
the rate of $75 a month. Mrs. MacAr-
thur's homo Is in Wisconsin Senator
Stephenson has a HI1 pending to pay her
J2,rj00 a year, and Senator La Follette
one to pay her J10O a month Following
tho customary practice, however, the
Senate Pensions Committee 'voted her
$73 a month.
GRAND JUEY HOLDS BEAN.
The grand jury jesterday returned nine
indictments, Including ono against Lan-
don Bean, colored, charged with murder
in the second degreo in connection with
the death of his wife, Ada Bean, whose
throat was cut with a razor December
Other Indictments returned were- Em
bezzlement. Charles Brooks and William
Shorts; forgery and uttering. Robert G.
Sultzbach. Robert M. Ivlvctt. and w.
Ollio Clair: housebreaking. William V.
Hunter; robbery and assault with intent
to commit robbery, Robert Js. combs
and Izy Ivi, and grand larcen, John
Ricks and Henry Honesty.
KArfftlt- amf WuMfiftm fitrtmfco&t CoDtaSjt
WUKia bns foot of Seraius Etret tor Old Point
Comfort ami oifo!k dallj it Hi p. x
Can from Fifteenth timet am tin lone aroma
rrtrr craarter boo tat main cstnnoa Zoo Put as
To Great rina-'OTaaMBtton and OU Ooraiakn
BaOroad can ercrj lew minstea from Thbtj-alxta
and M 8trata.
To Uocmt Veroco-CTaahlatton-VlixlBla Biltwo.
Gara ami Lonr en tba fecor frcm Ifl a. m. to S Xb
u, lut cu. Station Bin Street tad Pcssajlrul
mrm nut m wrrmirr or
Wek Charge It
THESE ARE MONEY-SAVING DAYS.
Prices on almost every feature of this store, are reduced for clearance. If jou've a need now
r in the near future it's a splendid opportunity to supply it.
THREE SPECIALLOTS OF METAL BEDS.
White Enamel Iron Beds, single
or double size;
strong of con
struction and at
tractive in de
ltnv foil slse;
sarvw wTm una
White Enamel, with brass trim
posts, with ten
head and foot;
I I I I I IS
Very attractive pattern; with
ous posts, and
very heavy fill
ers at head and
f oot ; heavy
1 8 A W0rth 'Exactly., GO QC Wortl
)1.0U $3.00 I11"r-w Zt.yD $4.oo
metal Springs $2.25. Soft-top Mi
WOllh (Exactly as
j nn Illustrated.)
Soft-top Mattress $125.
Dining Tables Turkish Rockers
(Exactly as Illustrated )
- - Luxuriously big and comfortable
(Exaetlr as Illustrated Turkish Rockers, with springs and
.j. r .ii. v .h ..lo.rt ,. . J 7 , :l . frames of the most substantial eon
Made of solid oak, and designed Made of Solid Oak. with massive .tructlon and covered with an Iml
on plain colonial lines The ends center pedestal; carved claw feet ,it?on of leath?? tnt : will stfnd any
are of bent glass: heavy plate glass highly polished and made with great i,unn ?r0" "c. dUmond tu?d
door, swinging from heavy pillars, care, i; Inches In diameter and can braced and reinforced through
High polish finish. be extended six feet. out
B $11-85 $f $9.35 g $16.00
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones U. 1104-2774.
Night Phone L. 1125
VT. Git. votes In Tb. HenM'a XS.OS Oootaaa.
907 F St.
netler tare thoae eyes attended
lo now. Delays are often narmf nl.
W. Glra Vote la Tba Herald a X3.00O Coaint.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D StrMt N. W.
We Cm Votes In Tha Herald a Ca.0Ct Coal
OLD POINT COMFORT
Tickets Includlnjr Stateroom and
at. to Mon S7.50
Frl. to Mon. or Sat. to Tnca...Sll0
FrL. to Tues or bat. to 1Ved...f 15J50
NEW VOItK and BOSTOX BT SEA.
City Ticket Offlee, 731 lBth St. IT. W,
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ATLANTIC CITY EES0BTS.
YirciBia Arc, ntu Beadi. CkptcitT, 308.
Open ill year. Rooms en mite. Prlnta lath.
Electric Uahta, Elnta7r. Son Firlor.
Booklet. Mocroo Hotcblna, rrop.
American and Cmopean pUsa. GpecUX vtstar xtitm.
MnranfTertlaa nf Xfflv Wlntpr.9
In three reels. A detective story with a
thrill a minute. To-day. Virginia.
lnten Sleala that Lack Meat
should certainly Include Melnberffs
Top-Noca Bread. It nourishes, uroccrs.
Bberidiale Blda-Thisa Beak. To-mamnr. Vistula.
1 1 r:l u I l 1 1 it rpil . i I a Ci I K:i k I
I II I The savings bank will pay yon 3 in- I II
7X0 Diamonds arc increasing in value at a JXJ
nra rate of about 10Jo a year. fixk
rfrT The bank pays interest only as our Tin '
money is deposited. I II I
The full value of your diamond is I l I
II working for you as soon as you buy it, with- I II I
y out the investment of its full value in cash
I If for a long time.
We will sell you a diamond at as low
jl a price as any cash store in Washington
i and charge it on account without adding a I
In I penny to its regular marked price. Ml I
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mw, GARDEN T0C THEATER 9C
4 Math Street ST. IV.
COVTINCODS 12 TO 11 P. II.
TO-DAY AND WEDNESDAY
QIIRCY AMMS SMVYEt
M And Other First Finns. mM
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MM la Four Reels. 1
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aH Nctt York: Hippodrome. BJ
or Hian-ckASB picture, i u
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS. 8
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MOVING P1CTIIE THEATER
322 Pww.ylvi.ik Ave. S.L
OP HIOH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
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Hadeiri.fiipraliir.Jlljiers, Haples, 6cmi
8. S. Hamburg (I1.CO0 ton), Feb. 2z 10 a m.
S S Cincinnati (17.000 torn). Mar. 11. 10 a.ra.
11AUBCKG AMEKIOAN LINE, ti Uroadwa;,
N. T or E. r. Droop Bona Co., Qb and O Bta
ex.; Ceo. W. iloaa, UllUb St. WaaUaftas, D. a
JT ? Tata la Xh Hanld'a ISuM Ooataat.
F. STEW ART.IstftH Sts.
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518 Seventh Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Manaler.
Fresh Films Every Day
We tlit Herald C3&00O contest vote.
715 tth SLS.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 Rew Reels Each Ray 1
MOST COMFORTABB THEATER.
M Street, Betireea 19th and 20th.
MEW E-BATUIU3 FILMS.
Wa Gin votta tn IHa Bcrill a CCn Cootau.
, The use of fuel oil by Rritlsh warships
has so polluted the water of some Eng
lish harbors that stringent regulations
governing its use while in port have been
r i c??? Pfssssssfe- ?
With Electric Light
Your Home Will Look Its Best
The wiring can casiK be installed, w ith
out dirt or annojance, and with no dam
age to jour wall or ceiling decorations.
With electric light in use the decorations
of your home will last about two or three
.times as long as with open-flame illumi
Xo home is reall modern unless it is
equipped for electric light. Xo home is a
genuinely healthful place in which to lie
unless electric light is available.
Use Electric Light
And You Use the Best
Mazda lamps hae cut the cost in half.
Cut out and send us the attached cou
pon Ask about our plan of deferred paj
menU for wiring and fixtures.
Potomac Electric Power Company,
Washington, D. C:
I ask that jou send a representative
to inform me regarding electric light
wiring and jour plan of deferred payments.
Xame . .
Time to call (H)
231 14th St. N. W. At the Comer
PHONE MAIN 7260
Dally Mats., All Scats, 10c. Evenings andSundays, 10o and 20c
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ALL THIS WEEK
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