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Official Weather Report Fair
THE MAN'S STORE
Closed all day
to celebrate the
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pennsylvania. Ave.
3 Loaves Star of
East Bread for
Fancy White PotaWs,
per peck 18c
Fancy Yellow Onions, per
Choice Evaporated Ap
ples, per large pkg. . . .7j4c
Choice Seeded Raisins,
per large pkg 6c
Choice Evaporated Apri
cots, per lb 12c
Peaches, per- lb 8c
Dried Apples, per lb 6c
Dried Lima Beans, per
5 pkgs. Macaroni or Spa
ghetti for 25c
Noiseless Tipped Matches?
per dozen boxes 14c.
Near-by Eggs, per doz. . .23c
Finest Storage Eggs, per
Mountain View Brand of
Sugar Corn, per can. . . 5c
Royal Red Tomatoes, per
J. T. D. Pyles
Over Twenty' Thousand Regu
lars and Militiamen Detrain
in Railroad Freight Yards.
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THE WASHINGTON HERAGD. TUESDAY, MARCH .4 1913. '
WEST POINTERS ARE HERE
Military Academy Csdets Drill witk
Marshall's Escort Midshipmen
Come This Moraiar.
You're Invited to
Call and have & ilttlng- You
will be pleased -with our blab
Tour picture will be entered In
the beauty contest. Valuable
prizes to winners.
The Harvey Studio,
438 7th St. N. W.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
IfjTRtaPOUTASf BOTEI. BU3Q.
Save Your Shoes
and Save Money
Eend them to us. and act
them back looking like now.
HOME SHIE REPAIR CO.
718 9th 8t N. W.
Wark Called For aad
THIS SlG MEA-VS PURITY."
Frederick W. Uppa. Baltimore, Md.,
EWELRY OF MERIT
Novelties for personal adorn
ment and wares for household
ust. all of guaranteed quality.
COLE & SWAN; JK-
F.STEWART, 1st &HSts.
IsVfttt Morning Clrcolttioa.
The tramp of marchlne feet, the roll
of drums, tba clarion notes of bugles
sounded contltuiouslj -yesterday In the
railroad freight jar da where the troops
from all sections of the country poured
In on trains In three and Tour sections
and detrained, marching uptown to their
rcspectle quarters. ,
Last night the Baltimore and Ohio,
Pennsj 1 anla, and terminal .yards were
a solid mass of trains, Pullman coaches
stood where usually nothing but box cars
and freight trains are stationed
During the day over 10,000 troops, cadets.
and militia poured Into the freight jards.
Practically all were headed by bands,
and many marched through the streets
with full camping outfits oer their
shoulders, knapsacks, on their backs,
and guns to their shoudders. Practically
all the militia Is now In the city. Tour
solid trains of Marj land guardsmen from
Baltimore arrived last night. Many of
the troops and civic organizations are
quartered in their trains on sidetracks In
the freight jards
The West Point cadets marched through
the streets of the city yesterda) af?r
noon as If thej owned It. and held e
competitive drill with the Culer Military
Acadcmj cadets, who hae come to the
city as a personal escort to Vice Presi
dent-elect Marshall The Naval Academy
brigade will be In the first thing this
morning Sailors from United States bat-
tlesmps also are due early to-da The
Virginia Military Institute cadets 35(
strong, arrived yesterday afternoon
Thej will parade as the personal escort
or uoi Mann or irginla
Other arrHals were the Temperance
i-ioneer nub. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Queen City Democratic Club. First
cavalrj. New ork. Thirteenth Coast
Artlllerj, New York. Cumberland. Md
militia. Ilagerstown, Md . militia;
Headquarters Brigade. M N G, Balti
more. Md . Frederick, Md- militia
Maryland Naval Brigade. Baltimore,
First Marj land Beclment. Baltimore
Fifth Mainland Regiment. Baltimore.
Fourth Man land Regiment. Baltimore.
Company C, Alabama National Guard.
cima. Ala. Tennessee Milttarj Initl
tute Cadets Sweetwater. Tenn . Com
pany F. Fifth Georgia Regiment, At
lanta, a . Danille militia. Danville
Va . Augusts Chronicle partj. Augurta
Ga Maccabees Winston-Salem. N C .
5outh Carolina Military Academy,
Charleston, S C; Citadel Cadets.
Charleston. P C . Georgia militia.
Richmond Light Infantry, Richmond
a nrst Virginia Regiment and
nanil, Richmond Buford College
(lets First Georgia Regiment. Savan
nah and Augusta, Ga.; Staunton Mill
iard Aoaiieraj Cadets. Staunton. Va
Seventeenth United States Infantry
tlanta. Ga , Virginia National Guard,
three regiments, totaling :oj officers
and C 375 men: Minneapolis members
of the Minnesota National Guard a
dotail of 150. National Guardsmen from
Michigan, a regiment of the Delaware
national uuard, numbering 425 men
three regiments of the Pennsylvania
.Mtuunai uuara. totillng 2 461 two
regiments from Georgia, numbering
$91 men 600 men of the Massachu
setts .National Guard, and several thou
sand from Mar land
PRESIDENT PAED0NS TWO.
Kxrcutive Mao Cammntn Sentence
of Plltsbnrxr Embezzler.
The President jesterdaj pardoned Dan
led Kovoloff, of Chicago, and Thomas E.
Steele, of Columbu. Ohio, and commuted
the sentence of William Montgomery,
of Pittsburg, Pa Kovoloff was convicted
Steele, grandson of Thomas En in?.
Ohio's famous warrior, as sentenced
to thirteen months Imprisonment for
blackmail He evaded bond and went to
Canada, later on applying for pardon,
which the President granted yesterday
because he Is in impaired health and
Montgomery cashier of the Allegheny
county National BanK, was convicted of
embezzlement. He was sentenced to fif
teen years In Jail It was shown that
Montgomery's crime waa not attended
by moral turpitude and that he had not
benefitted financial!). He will be released
from pri"on March IS.
Operating Force Doubled) Par Cmlla
In order to care for the increase In
business during the Inaugural period it
has been necessary for the telephone
company to Increase their facilities 9
per cent, with an increase of 60 per cent
in their operating force
Experienced extra operators from all
avallaHc points have been obtained to
care for the great volume of traffkr
All actual increasn in uuiiness csier-
dav of 140 per cent Is shown, and an In
crease of 4"0 per cent has been made In
pa) station business.
Divorce Proceedings Filed.
Alleging misconduct and naming a co
respondent, Charles W. Staples )esterda
riled suit for absolute divorce from Mary
Margaret Staples, and also asks to be
awarded the custody of their child.
They were married In this city Sep'
tember IS, -1S06, and have one child
Plaintiff also alleges drunkenness against
Mrs. Allle M. Baxter Asks Divorce.
AUIe M. Baxter vesterdaj filed suit for
absolute divorce from James A Baxter,
alleging misconduct, and naming a co
respondent. The) were married in Balti
more, Md . November 21. 195, and have
one child, whose custody Is requested
b) the plaintiff
bkuftr Charles Miakslj? learn from foot of
Bcrenth Street Southwest for Mount ernoD homo
and tomb of 1a4ungton, dailj, excert Sunday, at
I a. ra and lu p. m. -
Norfolk and lTashlnstoa Steamboat Cbmrazix
ateamrn from foot of Serenth Street for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk daur at 15 pi. m.
r from Fsrteenui Htrrel awl vw Toft Aieno
errry quarter hour for main rstranes Zoo rark and
To Ureal FalJft vvaahlnffton am Old Dominion
Bailroad cars rrerr few minutes from ThirtT-sixtli
and SI Streets,
To Mount Vernon WashlntuiB YlndnU Ballirar
cars arrrj hour mi tna sour rrom jg a. m. to s Tb m.,
last ear. btauon, Tvvlfth Street and Penniflrasia
Melabenr Faunas Tt-jrtch" Brest
Is making manv friends among the inaug
uration hosts. FUTttt aad but. Grocara.
Wc have secured the services of Mrs. M. H. Hoar, who" has been
connected for a number of years with the United Gas Improvement
Company, of Philadelphia, as an educator. She will conduct a series
of lectures on
ECONOMY OF GAS
During the first ten days of each month from 1 o'clock to-4 o'clock p.
m. at our Sales Department, 425 Tenth Street N. W.
YOUNG BRIDES, OLD BRIDES, AND
BRIDES TO BE
Are Cordially Invited to Attend These
Mrs. Hoar will also be pleased to arrange for special classes for Private
Instruction. HER SERVICES ARE
FREE TO ALL
-Write Her in Care of
WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT CO.
425 Tenth Street N. W.
Phone Main 8284
i Af Buys a high-grade
Sill UU Fectlonal Bookcase.
T,w," with roller bearing,
nonblndlng doors, four sections,
complete with top and base Five
patterns in light golden oak, dark
golden oak, "weathered oak, mission,
ThB Melton-Rhodes Go., Inc.
1Kb asd H Streets N. W.
Lincoln Park Pharmacy
13tk and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phonea I. 1104-0774
Mist Phone I. 1125 k
I ADVHU The Sewinsr
LAtVsVin, Machlno Jlan,
Will repair your sewint; machine
properly, no matter -what make,
bend postal, or phone M-3230.
COlXXKIl 3D AM) H STS. .V 1.
SMALVS is Uie Hardware
Store with the complete
, stock and the. little prices.
SmII'i Nirifira Sim, '713 7ft St.R. W.
CONTINUOUS A. M. TO 11 f. M.
EXCLUSIVKI. AVTHOIUZBD MOTtOV PIOTVRBS OF VBSTEH
DAVS GREAT 8PECTACI.B,
TthF. B GARDBV CAMERA StEV FROM POSITIOV ON THE
HOW K AT THE GARDEN O.M.Y.
OTHER FEATURES. .
Marion Leonard, in "As in a Looking Glass"
Garden Symphony Orchestra of 10
Standard in quality. Al
Ask your Grocer for it
GOLIEN & CO., xTv9..
ftil nninwi cious
l37l.C BAKES CO.IK.
inclndlcf tiikrt. cratiW. caa. mibalmlnr.
ihrood. openlnc ot srsie, ttn caniatM,
htint. ix. fce. Call or pbon for furthtt
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
UNDEKTAKFnS AM) EM BALM IRS.
81 H STREET XORTHEAST.
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 3464
Will make fonr pints clear or
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
NO STORAGE CHARGES FOR
Reasonable ratra on storacr, lanllai
ad aarklBB. Estlatatea tnralstied. El
- UNION STORAGE CO.,
V .paw M. 4ST4. 111 Fa. Ava.
grersMnr ti Pssssll atl Par -
High-grade Groceries, Provi$ions.&c.
ErerTtouix the bet tjet thin the ueosi pxlesf.
HroBpt, coortcous irlct.
ifed to Ua Uth t, conef -Tuk Boat,'
StEP 'AROUND THE CORNER AND y
1 l 1
At 637 F Street N. W.
WE have moved from our former location, 4th floor Wash
ington Loan and Trust Building, to our new store, 637
F Strept N. W., and are better equipped than eer'to sell
To Be frad in All Washington
Equal to Others' $3.50 to $5.00 Grades
THE new store is equipped with the latest and most im
proved fixtures to facilitate the handling of shoes everj
thing new in the store and all
in Low and High Shoes
At the One Low
New Spring Styles
A Pair of Fine
h (Tin parektsir iki prt-
iHf (kit HEMLO COUPOI
li tin of partial. -
WE are the outlet in Washing-
ton for the sample lines of
many of the foremost shoe
manufacturers in the United States,
and it is due to this fad that we sell
at $2.50 shoes identical in quality to
those selling elsewhere at $8.50 to
Come isit us at our new store
and see the snappy spring footwear
that $2.50 buys.
mtm9 B CA MM 1A On doer frm Cor. 7th and s
WW win Iva WW Opposite Casino TfcMtar.
Open Saturday Evenings Until 9:30
During our present Clearance Sale every
penny of profit on this line is lost to us.
Our magnificent stock of Lavalliers ranges
in price from $2 to $50, and these are actual
The stock is too large too much capital
tied up for this time of ear.
' And still wc do not ask you to pay cash at
once. Take adantagc of the bargain prices
now, and let us charge our purchases on an
N Payments vill be divided to suit jour con
venience, and if ou wish it we'll make them
as low as
50 cents a week '
We give Herald S:.". 000 context Vote.
Hy'ne alleviates extreme nertous
ness. fteneral ntakness, anil other ail
ments peculiar to the sex. N
THIS SIGN MEANS
ail uc. Mam .1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.- .
I PEE HIVE MARKET
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Uk asm M Streets.
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