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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1913.
THE MAN'S STORE
OffidartVeather Report Cloudy
Big Rush Yesterday
For Those Fine
Suits and Overcoats
Splendid picking from the best
qualities in America and the cream
of the season's best styles.
$20 Suits and Overcoats.. $10.00
$25 Suits and Overcoats. . $12.50
$30 Suits and Overcoats.. $15.00
$35 Suits and Overcoats.. $17.50
$40 Overcoats $20.00
$45 Overcoats $22.50
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
NEED A GOOD DESK?
THIS ROLL TOP DESK
54-Inch Size; Quartered 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"
11th and H Streets N. W.
VTr Gin Vcttt in Herald (3.000 Ocelot.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phonos L. 1104-2774
Night Phone L. 1125
W. Git. Veto in Th Hmld'i W.0M Ccctnc.
Preliminary Patent Searches
and Mechanical Reports
Five or more copies of competing
8 stents. Ac 15 and up; worth ISO.
avlng- hundreds often and some
A Separate Sexvtee, not connected
with patent law. Trr an Engineer
careb; they are different.
ENGINEER SEARCHING GO.
Patronized by Particular People.
Choice Groceries and Meats,
WAHL & CO., 926 19th St. N. W.
Wa artve Herald S2&000 eoateat votes.
And Provisions of all kinds. Try
our plump home-dressed Poultry.
TORRE eoiust.N. w.
Te Gin Total ta Te Banrid'a StS.09 coscaat.
YOU CAN RELY ON
We sire Herald KSJOOO contest votes.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
ttock and the little prices.
Scull's Hardware Store, 713 7t. St.N. W.
ft Gin Tata ta Tb. Bmld'a VSJta Coaaaai.
PAIR OF PORTIAS
When District Supreme Court
Permits Sixty-six to Hang
DENNIS MAKES MOTION
Young Lawyers from All Section!
Qualify for Practice Before
The District bar received an additional
membership df slxty-slx yesterday when
that number of students were admitted
to pracUce upon tho motion made by At'
torney William Henry Dennis for tho ex
amining committee In the District Su
preme Court, sitting In general term.
Among the successful candidates for
admission were Mrs. Rosalie McKee Shel
ton. Miss Margaret F. Lutz, and Miss
llmlly E. Splman, all of whom are grad
uates of the Washington School of Law.
of which Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey Is
Mrs. Rosalie McKee Ehelton Is
daughter of the late Gen. McKee, former
Representative from Mississippi. She la
the widow of Lieut. Shelton, of the First
Mississippi volunteers, or the Spanish
American war, and Is at present em
ployed In the Forest Sendee of the Ag
Miss Margaret F. Lutz Is a native of
Plalnfleld, X. J and about four jears
ago secured a position In the Navy De
partment, and Miss Emily A. Spllman
halls from Baltimore. She Is now em
plojed In the Department of Justice as a
The following Is a Hat of the new
lawyers: Leland T. Atherton. Georgia;
Weldon M. Balle). Texas, George I.
Borger. District of Columbia: Sells C.
Brer, Pennsjlvanla: Johrr Howard Blt-
tenbender. Pennsylvania. Henry
Chick. District of Columbia. Henry
Rozier Dulaney, Jr, Virginia: Harry T.
Darr, Kansas, John Astor Dlener, In
diana, Charles A. Deanman. Nebraska:
Edwin E. Daly. District of Columbia;
Jesse C. Fain. Mississippi. J. Ralph
r-enr. Illinois. Daniel R. Forbes. Iowa.
William J Flood, Indiana; Ambrose L.
Grlndley, Louisiana; Harry Lewis Gould.
New Tork. Frederick Guy. Massa
chusetts, Dclos Garriott Hajnes. New
Jersey, Harry A Harding. Nebraska.
Raymond E Horn, Maryalnd: McCarthy
iiangcr. Virginia, Guy F Hurt, Mary
land. Robert II. Holler. Texas. Chsirlm
V. Hilton. Marjland: Townsend Stanley
liouana, uistrlct or Columbia. George E
Jacobs, District of Columbia. James R
Jones, Pennsylvania: Iywla E. Johnson.
Michigan: Morris H Konlgsburg, Geor
gia: Arthur John Kause, Ohio; Orvllle
B Lamason. New Jerse) John M
McLachlen, District of Columbia: I Burt
Lazarus. Uassachusetts. Maurice B
Landers, New York; Margaret F. Lutz.
New Jersej . Clarence B Mendenhall,
Pennsylvania: Curtis TV .Mitchell. Mis
souri; Herbert F. McCabe. Iowa: Ralph
Munden, Pennsylvania; Charles F. R,
Ogilby. Jr. Marjland. rmand Offutt.
District of Columbia: Wesley S Porter.
Mississippi; Edward S Qulnland, District
of Columbia. Harry r Roller. Kansas:
Thomas H Robinson, District of Colum
bia. John C RIstlne, Pennsylvania: Roy
O. Samson. Illinois; Howard J. Bchaldt.
District of Columbia; Charles J Spencer
Maryland: J. J Speight. Alabama; Les
ter L. Schnare.- Wisconsin: Ernest James
Stebbing. District of Columbia: Hugh F.
Smith, Idaho: Gustavus J? Snn
Michigan; Rosalie McKee Shelton. Mis
sissippi: Emily A. Spllman, Maryland:
Ocea Taj lor, Alabama; Raymond S
Tompkins. New Tork. Raymond J. Vler
buchen. District of Columbia; H Eugene
Wassell. Illinois; Clarence S Walker
Massachusetts: G Philip Werner Wis
consin. Paul D Wollard. West Virginia
Scott C Wilson. Maryland. L. Roy
DEGREE TO DR. IY0N.
nisttnerntahrd SlaramnlocrMt Submit
The degree of doctor nr ntiiiMnni..- -.T
conferred on Marcus wi-rtTt. .....
day by George Washington Unherslty at
u.o tuntiuaion oi me aoctorate dlsputa
tlon conducted by the facultv of erad
uate studies The subject of Dr. Lon's
thesis Ras "Treeshrews. an Account of
we jiammanan family Tupalidae " The
disputation presided over by Prof
Thebdore N. GUI, the challengers being
Dr. C. Hart Merrlam, biologist of the
iiarnman FoundaUon: Dr Lmiunl
Stejneger. head curator of biology of the
National Museum, and Dr T S Palmer,
assistant cmei oi tne united States Bio
Dr Ljon successfully defended his
theels It Is considered one of the most
comprehensive and exhaustive of any
dealing with the mammalian family. The
treesnrew has points In common with
the weasel and with the squirrel. Dr.
Lyon has prosecuted his studies of the
animal and Its habits In Its native haunts
li Australasia, Southeastern Asia, and the
Philippines, as well as from specimens
in practically all the museums of Eu
STUDY OF TRANSPORTATION.
Hlgh School Girl
to Take Ont-
The first student at the Business High
School to be allowed credit for outside
work, under the new system. Is Miss
PauUne Smith, of ZS Flagler Place
MUs Smith is the daughter of E. W.
Smith, chief of transportation in the
Bureau of Supplies of the Post-office
Department, and Is to study freight and
expreis transportation under her father's
Instruction. The applIcaUon was ap
proved by Prlncial Davis, of the Busi
ness High School, and a committee ap
pointed under the new regulations to
supervise the applicant's studies.
Other applications are before the school
authorities, and It Is thought that the
arrangement will prove a popular one
with, the pupils.
The Oldest nemedr Kaowm
Is a seldlltz powder. All physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach.
liver, and bowe's. You can now buy a
jrood-tasUng seldlltz powder. It Is called
HotTa Lemon Seldllta,
JTerrelx and Waahlaaton 8tamboaX Ooapanyi
itCtmcra from root at Strath Street for Old Petal
Comfcrt and Norfolk deny itlMB, .
Can from fifteenth Htnet and Dnr Xork Itnoi
aver quarter boor for naln entiaace Zoo Pars aad
to Gnat Fan Waahlrctoa aod Old Domlaioa
Baiboad can tierr few miaotaa tram T&lrtj aixfa
acd U SIritta.
To llaant Ttrooo WatUaftoo-VUziaU Balln.
Can errrj koor on Uie boor frara la a. as. to 1 p,
bu. laat an. SUtlon Utb atnat aad Pnmaliujt
Sarriea Conraoi. The Drill trr.
"Sealed Lisa" A Great Three-Reel
Drama. To-day, Virginia Theater.-
Ton Keed Metnbersc TVp-Jf oeh" Bread
to Insure satisfying Lenten meals Nour
ishing; savory, appetizing, sresn; grocers.
Preparation for the Inauguration .
. To meet the emergency needs in a permanent way with qualities that are substantial -and
regular at prices that are special.
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
Special Prices on Springs. Mattresses, Pillows.
WANTS THROUGH CARS
Public Improvement Association to
Seek Conference with Officials
of Railway Company.
A determined effort Is to be made by
the railroad committee of the l-bllc Im
provement Association of Congress
Heights to have the street car facilities
Improved to that suburb, and to this end
It Is probable conferences villi be ar
ranged between this committee and of
ficials of the rallwaj company In the near
future. Since the double track system
nas Installed to Congress Heights from
Anacostia several months ago the cIU
zens have been endeavoring to Induce the
railway company to operate all of Its
cars that now operate as far as Ana
costia to the Heights.
Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie V.
Moore, wife of Edward F. Moore, of
Anacostia, who died laat Saturday In
Providence Hospital, will be conducted
this morning at 9 o clock from St.
Teresa's Church Requiem mass wUl be
offered by Rev. Coarles M. Bart "and
Interment will he In Holy Rood Cem
etery. Officers of the congregation of Ana
costia Methodist Episcopal Church have
been selected, as follows: Trustees,
George O. Walson, president: Samuel R.
Campbell, secretary: George W. King.
Jr.. treasurer; Charles F. Linger, Arthur
B. Suit. Charles P. Sherzer. Simon Bube,
Daniel C Smlthson, and R. Lee Seaggs.
The board of stewards Is composed of
Arthur B. Suit. Mrs. Minnie Arnold. Mrs
B Marshall. James H Smith, James
Padgett. Johnson Hardy. Bewell Fort.
John Cranford. Frank Crawford, Frank
Tew, II. W. Eno. Frank Sony, and Al-
The February meeting of the Hillsdale
Citizens' Association was held last night
In Odd Fellows Hall, In Sumner Road,
with President Jackson In the chair.
Communications read bv the secretary
Indicated that It was the Intention of
the Commissioners to make several Im
provements to the streets In that suburb,
and also to establish additional street
Largest Horning Circulation.
Per Doz. Boxes, 10c
Fines! Storage Eggs,
Per Doz., 18c
8 lbs. of Buckwheat for. .25c
12 lbs. White Cornmeal
Large Smoked Bloaters,
per dozen 25o
Dried Lima Beans, per
Hominy, per lb 2jo
Large, New Fat Mack
Fancy Cabbage, per lb..,, lo
Michigan Potatoes, per
25 Nutmegs for. . . t 5c
4 bottles of Vanilla for. .25c
Eesolutc Brand Salmon,
per can 6j4c
Boyer's Shoe Polish, per
3 loayes Star of East
Bread for ..". 10c
We give Herald (23,000 eoateat
Made of Solid
Oak with disap
pearing doors In
front that work
like a roll - top
desk; drop flour
bin, with glass
front; glass sugar
bin, with automat
ic vahe; case for
spices and ex
tracts: wire shelf
In base; roomy
nlckelold top and
upper portion. The
most complete and
on the market.
Iron Bed; full
size; with ellip
tical fillers at
head and foot;
strong and rigid;
the baked-on kind
that never cracks
As an out-of-town creditor has been pressing for pay
ment, it was deemed advisable to ask for the appointment
of a temporary recehcr, for the protection of all interested.
Hotel Powhatan is entirely solvent, doing a large and
profitable business, and will be continued under the manage
ment of Mr. Clifford M. Lewis, who will conduct it on the
same high standard which has made it so popular.
Dally Matt., All Seat, 10c. Evanlngs and Sunday, 10o and 20o
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
fl kndid Gompony Of firK
aW Dfflnfu miss
SHOW NEVER STOPS COHTIWiOIS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
TIEFF PIASO CSKD EXCLTJMTalT.T.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia M.
Wholesale and Retail
We "Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
U a arlva Herald S33.O0O eoateat vetea.
& 110.101 .
PMk For Weak
HySit tllnUtc. ntm Bfrrooinwt, itaml
ctkMU, tn4 oilier tilmenl pecnlUr to th sex.
SI 00 porcaUt cood for 190 BcnJd eootnt wtt.
Tou can't find
one that will
serve you more
s a 1 1 sfactorily.
The best cooker
on ths market
easy to run and
once the fire 1
lighted you are
sure of a steady,
sizes of ovens.
cons t ruction:
close filling rods
at head and foot
ends. High foot,
which adds to
Blankets, and Comforts
Is the Square-deal Coal Man.
Coal, Wood, Coke every kind, for
every kind of stove and fur
nace. 143 B STREET S. E.
Phone Lincoln 179.
We arlrc Herald (23,000 eoateat vetea.
W r kItv Herald 43.000
That snakes are "charmed" by music
1s denied by a sclfitlt ho has been
lnrrslgatlng In Cejlon. and who says
Wit their acUons are inspired by curios
ity. . .
HO? CXSsViVIXS SOttErtHY Qx
tKf' s VAsnoTQ)t. fiir QiJ
II m Yes, bargafns! m
III ' Cw e P"cc f cvery Watch in our store has w I
III I keen reduced to the "special bargain" point. JjJ j
j I II I Every style and every grade of timepiece, I jj
li j I for both men and women, will be, sold at a sacrfs" II II
fill I II I ce' a'' profit until our stock has been reduced II 11
f rll f 'Bf TWa fas model of Lady's
III l I & .'J?r)feaW aB cwaateed. reduced to I U
1 Krai W feto29&aaff aafaasV Eaf Rio
111 2) vrr R iOT9
I It's only a sample of the bargain values of 1 1
III I I this sale. You'll find hundreds of others, all just I II
as attractive in price. I II I
III III- We'll charge your purchase
jl Not a penny is added for the accommodation
U fljl of an account with easy terms. I
I Tell us just what will suit jour convenience
Jill I (I and we'll arrange for payments, if jou wish, as II I
III I cents a week
HI If j li We give Herald 323,000 contest votes. II
J H jwkm MEKnuif W
ill A GREAT BED SPECIAL
Inauguration Supplies For Sale or Rent.
Everj thing needed for the accommodation of inaugura
tion visitors Beds, Cots, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets, and
Comforts. Thousands of flags, too. Prices that will please
512 NINTH STREET.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
ALL THIS WEEK
aBBBBBBM. XaBBBBT t
MOVIM PICTURE THEATER
322 PewwylvaRia Ave. S.E.
OP HIQH-CLA8S PICTURES.
COOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPBN AT 6:30 P. M.
We Olra Votaa ta Tie Haealfa CSJS Coataal.
, ZENITH THEATER
715 8th St. S.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
" 4 New Reels Each Bay
SIOST COHFORTABB THJCATEIt.
U Street. Betweeat lOlh'aad SOtb.
NEW KEATUOE FILMS.
5c " 5c
V Ulra Van in n UmM a S3.0D9 CoeUu.
The sum of lo.OW.COO francs Is lelng
spent on the Improvement of Paris hos-
One Let Colonial
Polished or atin finish,
fully guaranteed ;
Beautiful Scerue find
nutSoMT tiimvnimaty tfttnxtjons
H 433 Slntb Street 'X. W. H
H covnxcocs ia to h p. at.
B TO-DAT LAST DAT, B
"BEASTS OF THE JUNGLE"
H Other Ftrat rtauu, H
Garden SymphoaT Oreheatra. m
B of Ten Soloists. , M
B Wei, and Thurs , Siegfrwd m
For Satisfaction Just Try
Perfection M nf I
A rich, mellow, smooth j
Whiskey that "bits the spot" as
a beverage, and is an Ideal me- 4,
dldnal tonic a.
t Sydney Guggenheim,
X 1S32 14th SL K.W. North 813 IC
w Uh. otea la Herald S3,0 (.ootnt. .
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
W give Herald" rjiai oaetMt vvtea.
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