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ShSeaSr. !M:fePcHiS'es2 Rff33MQ&gg&i ,-v - - -.ais.vs THE WASHINGTON HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913. WONDERFUL BARGAINS : OFFERED BY THE Live Wire Merchants of Seventh St. '??'i i i ii CONSULT DR. WYETH NO PAIN. NO TROUBLE NO HIGH PRICES Don t hesitate to come to mo to havo your teeth treated. Whctbr you need one filling or an cntiro set or teeth. I will do the work WITHOUT causing you the least TAIN or inconvenience. I examine your teeth and advise you or the best course to pursue, FREE OF CHARGE. Should any work bo necessary I will givo you the benefit of my jears of study and experience. MY CHARGES are the lowest in the CITY. RjlB MY PATENT SUCTION TEETH Se A SET Q Meier Slip or Drop Guaranteed 20 Ysars Fillings in Gold, Silver, CA f A Platinum, and Porcelain, vWV 1U l Gold Crowns & Bridge Work $3.00, $4.00, and $5.00 Open until 8 p. ro. for the accommodation of tboso who cannot come during the day. Sunday hours, 10 to 4. DR. WYETH, 427-429 7th Strce N. W. OPPOSITE LtNSBUIMUI A. BRO. OVER GRAND UNION TEA CO. Drug Store Bargains Friday and Saturday . UajtrMebQmixeWtfiA M. C GIBBS, Owner y Two Good Stores Cor. 7th &KN.W. Cor. 7th A. E 1M. W. STIFF MUSCLES or achinc limb-! rheumatic painp. colds and soreness disappear when iu use Jlusco Rubbing Oil "scd by athletes cver where to ncep their muscles in slnpe Yon enn literally "rub rheumatism aw a" with "ilu'rn Rubbing Oil." tho oil of wintergreen liniment. Large OQ. 50c size u. Fairy Soap, 2 cakes, 6c. lIi this coupon 2 regular 5c cakes for .6c IU0 Challenge l'mratnln Svrlngei J or " jt size, completo with tubing J-pecial 83c lloiinrhold llubbrr Clnrrn. Special, mir . . 3Hc 7 .S.illd hack. I'lire-brlstlo Hair Urulirni a big bargain -t:r -j ami -Oc 'louth llrnshea; good bristl- Choice 12r Pimples Iilack-hea.ls and facial f mlf, mil imperfections vlcld read- Iliirnnr.I ( oniplclK.n rrtnmi tine jar SI on cntfn I'raulaion . . We lltrn ln. tin plenant tasting tonu wine ha all the tonic proper ties r malt extract, wild i nerrj hj pophosphltes makes ncn. tOUPIO. Baker's Chocolate, lb., 31c. Genuine Walter Baker's Choco late; made in Dorchester. 1-lb package 31c .1! U 01) blood and Mcadv ncrcs. bize ye r.Oe I nlilnrnln Vk Trup 34c 2Sc Mrntholatuni 12c 2Tc Jlanderlae 13c 91.00 Smnp Root ..HJSr XT.r KIrtrhrrV (asloria Sir Se Hal llepatlca 19c .". tanthrnx !Kc Rorarlc cld, 1-lb. sealed cartons 17c EpKom Snltt best imported t-rstala r.c lloaiiehold Aronionla 5c Pure Coil I Iter Ollj freiiti from Nornin pint ............. ...,Z5c Pondered Doraxt Parlfle toast lirand; lb Re llirarbonatr of oda, Ih Re Pondered latn, lb 10c r.Oc Dlapepaln . . . 31c 1.00 II. . mpolf' Cod l.hrr Oil 43c SLOO 11. K. Wampole'a Cod Liter Oil C9e ESTABLISHED 1864. Schmedtie Bros. Co. 704 7th Street N. W. The Jewelers With a Reputation for Reliability The charm of our goods is not only in their beauty and in trinsic worth, hut in their permanency as well. Wc have zealously guarded our reputation for reliability for nearly 50 cars. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK ONLY: i Diamond Ring-, pure white stones; $23 alucs at $20 00 Diamond Brooches, S to 12 diamonds; $80 values at $72 00 Handsome Gilt and CrWal 8-Day Striking Striking Clocks reduced from sKiO to '. $24 00 Chiming Mantel Clocks, mahoganv cases, reduced from $30 to '. $2100 CLARK HONORED Speaker Is Guest of Society from "Show Me State" at Banquet EX - GOVERNORS THERE Secretary of Agriculture Houston Un able to Be Present at So ciety's Dinner. "The beloted. plain, old Champ Clark, of Pike Copnt, Mo." Thsse were the words with which Frederic J. Ilaskin. toastmastcr at the third annual banquet of the Missouri Society of Washington nt Rautcher's last night Introduced i-peaker Champ Clark. Gov. Elliott W. Major of Missouri and Ji's staff were the guests of honor. David r Houston, the neTjja lii of Agri culture, was unahlr W Chaiva ClarkV&vMMHKpcaker cf the evening, and it was fully three mln utes before the rousing' ovation accorded him subsided and ho was able to com' mence his talk. Tho Speaker cry briefly congratulated the society and lauded Mi: tourl's public officials. "I belioic," he said, "that Missouri has the ablest set of public ojecra of any State In Uie Union and that if they were sUen their Just desserts they would be running the wholo snooting match to-day." Gov. Major and the three- former gov ernors who followed Speaker Clark took up the kcjnote struck by Toastmastcr Ilaskin and lauded the Speaker to the skies. Gov. Major especially dwelt on Champ Clark moro than the others and stated that he had taken him in charge and will report to tho American people four jcars from now. Secretary of Agriculture Houston, who halls from Missouri, came in for a large share of praise. Former Secretary of Commerce and LaDor Nagel sent his re grets at not being able to be present. Ex-Goternora D. It. Francis. A. M. Dockers', and Joseph W. Folk made speeches. The followirg were present: THE GREAT "RIGHT" WAY. Seventh Street in tradition and in reality the money-saving thoroughfare of Wash-ington-pchooses this page to present its best economies twice each month. This is the second co-operative announcement of bargains. In future, the third and the seventeenth of each month will be the days to watch for the announcements of Seventh Street's most en terprising merchants. 91.25 Auto Veils. 89c Each Made of good quality chiffon, with hemstitched border. OPEN 8:30 A. M. CLOSE 6 P. M. nMBifCT ESTABLISHED IN 1860 50c Sleveless Guimpes In white and cream, made of plain and fancy nets. One day at 25c To-day's Special Sale Offers Excellent Opportunities to Save for Visitors as Well as Home Folks XSOn Sale Bargain Table. Main BuildingCX Sacrificing Cream Woolen Dress Goods Positively for one day only so anticipate your wants for the season. 3C-inch Cream Wool Washable Panama; 39c value; jard 22c 65c All-wool Cream Storm Serge; only 5 pieces; Jkjkjs jard ?fC $1.00 44-inch Cream I'lemish Diagonal Serge, per 7Q jard OC 36-inch Cream Panama, with black hairline: 40c aluc; O jard L6C 75c Cream 50-inch Mohair Sicilian; reversible; per yard 48c $1.25 50-inch All-wool Cream Storm Serge; one day only, jard 89c 50c Cream Bedford, Washable, Heavy Cord; per ard OtjC $1.00 Cream Serge, with black- hairline; nearly half price, Cft, or, yard J, $1.29 Extra Quality Herringbone Serge re duced to, jard Cream 98c 60c Cream Wool Diagonal and Whipcord, Q yard 3QC $1.00 Cream Double-warp All wool Storm Serge, per jtf J ard 0!r C Our 56-inch All-wool Grade Cream Whip cord, yard $1.50 51.08 Sl-25 and JS1.50 Imported CQr I White' Goods Lare Collar and Cuff Sftts - . vJVJ Lace Collar and Cuff Sets - - A great special purchase of 50 dozen enables us to make this splendid offer. Dres and coat shapes in anv number of beautiful designs. Thc-c were made to cll at $1.25 and $1 50 a ct QA Spccial for the one day at Jt 15c Check White Goods. 10c Remember the Home Folks Suggestions in JEWELRY Gold-plated Bangle Bracelets. 3 for .".Oc Hair Ornament, butterfly effects.. 4s Ivory Card Case. German silver mountings 9125 Flexible Bandeaux, white stone.... 4e Bar Tins, stone set: all new mount ings 33c Gold Top Hat Tin Sr 50c Cuff Links 30r Feathered Fans r.oc Hand Tainted Iorv Tan BOc Hat and Veil Pins to match. Set.. r0c Gold Tilted Barrettes r.0c Pierce and I'lerccless I'arrings.... 56c 40 Inches checks. In j sheer iuullt. beautiful Jd 10c $1.25 English Longcloth, 11.00 Piece 13-jard pieces: 36 iuches wide: fine, soft nualltv for women's and M children's wear. Itegular 11.2a jk I kind for, piece if" Our SpecialforThis Week ladies' Oxford Ties and Pumps Welts, All Leathers, Mostly Small Sizes, $1.50 PER PAIR VALIES IP TO $3.51. FAMILY SHOE STORE 310-312 Seventh Street istks. $c Campttmj Pennsylvania Avenue Seventh Street Big Bargains in New Shirts $2.00 Value, $1.15 Fine Madras in attractive colors and patterns plaited bosoms; at tached cuffs; carefully 'made; full proportioned. All sizes 14 to 18. gl.50 Ladies' Silk Hose, 95c 95c 95c Ladles fcilk Hose, double sole, high spliced heel; garter top: J 1 50 value. Special Misses' rine-rihbcd Hoc Special Children's Tine-ribbed Hose: double heel and toe. Special Infant's Bibbed Silk Hose. 35c aluc. Special Boys' Ttlbbcd Hose: double bpeclal !.25c 12ic 25c Fole: spliced heel, all sizes. Ar Misses' Silk Hose; black and white. Special , Ladles' fcllk Lisle Hose: double sole: high spliced heel; black. white and tan. .r0c wlllc. bpeclal 35c 75c Embroidery Flouncing, 48c Tine Quality Swiss Embroidery Flouncing: -1 inches wide: handsome openwork designs, also a good assort ment of small babv pittcrns so much used for making waists and dresses. In this lot you will lind a largo variety of pittcrns to make jour se lections. This embroidery Is AQ excellent alue at 75c. Special, AoC. jard -awfci 'Washington Woman Appointed. Rockville, Md, March 5 Miss Theo dora Bailey, of "Washington, has been appointed principal of the commercial de partment of the Rockville High School, succeeding Robert I TVarflcld, resigned Brannlgan Defeats Belmont. Detroit. Mich. March 5 Patsy Brannl gan. of Pittsburg, slightly shaded Al Delmcnt. of Boston, in an cigbt-round bout to night , GOLDEN HARVEST IS REAPED BY HOTELS Over $200,000 Taken in by Washing ton Hostelries Daring In augural Week. "NEAR-HOTELS" NOT INCLUDED Now that tho inaugural hosts hac made a. start, at least, for home, the mangers of Wshlngton hotels are count ing up their gains and taking stock of their business. Tho conclusion reched after a hasty Inventory is that the hotels of the city took in about 1200,000 during the three big days of the inauguration period proper, which ended last night. This estimate does not Include the smaller and "near-hotels.' but only those lrage hostelries that took care of the bulk of the crowd. The proprietors of the unpretentious places, boarding houses, halls and other Impromptu lodging places are In pocket br ft largo amount that can not be estimated. In spite of tho police regulations against raising on the regular prices there havo been numerous 'complaints mado to Chairman M. I. Miller, of the public comfort committee, of Instances of extortion by lodging house keepers. They came from people who had oc cupied rooms In places not listed with and approved by the. cpmmlttee, however. Ladles' Silk Hoot Hose dou- A f 1)1 ' sole: high spliced heel. 63c ttSC value. Special wv Ueds brought us high as II In rooms in which eight people slept Tho Inauguration tauwd the Importa tion of a small army of extra servants. In one of tho big hotels 15 sen ants were brought In for tho event. These wero cxcluslio of the special policemen and Ue tec ti cs stationed ail oer the building In one hotel whoso average daily patronage is S75 pcoplo the high water mark of the rush was 623 guests. The hotels experienced much trouble In suppl)ing their kitchens with sufficient foodstuff". Large quantities had to bo brought in In adance from other cities and tho hotels had not room in their refrigerators for this quantity of food. Mucli of it had to be kept in refrigera tion plants outside. After tho departure of the Inaugural guests there will bo a general house cleaning In alt the hotels This will be particularly necessary in the lobbies and the kitchens. 81.19 Single-Bed Crochet Quilts, 89c J1.19 Single-bed Crochet guilt, the proper size for cots and small Qf beds; closely woven and easy to (SrfC. launder. Each wntM lit oeumr mur or nouseHerrmanii IX ZOR.TJU. Ert(I)SrRCTTS.M.W. Extra Values in Bedroom Pieces Jut compare the quality with the price of either piece j ou'll see the advantage )ou'rc getting. Made of se lected solid Oak, with quarter-" sawed finish ; swell top draw ers; bevel French plate mirror. Best of construction and detailed finish. Twins in dc- ( Exactly as Illustrated ) Sign and finish. (Exactly as Illustrated.) laBBBaaalLSd Dressers, Worth $18 $13.75 D0DGEBS ON FTLD Augusta. Ga., March C Sunny skies end n balmy day greeted tho adance guard of the Brooklyn baseball club to day. Manager BUI Dahlen. Allen, Ragon, Miller. Cutshaw and Yingllng compose the Brookljn squad. Ruckcr, who has been visiting near Atlanta, arrived to night. Others are expected within tho next twenty-four hours. Allen and Ra gon arc in better condition than the other players, owin rto their being at Hot Springs. Dahlen plana to hale scrub games as a feature of practice. The first real game will be against Ty Cobb's "All-Georgians" a week from nsxt Saturday. MUNICIPAL SLAUGHTER! HOUSE FOR ALEXANDRIA Official of City Health Department Discuss Plan for Cooperation. Alexandria. Va . March S The estab lishment of a municipal slaughter house Is being discussed by the officials of the city health department. It Is announced. Such a place. It is stated, would be con ducted under a co-operatlc plan, which would bo a big benefit to the meat deal ers. It Is also stated that all of the slaughtering will bo done at this place, nnd sausage would al.'o bo manufactured there. All would therefore bo under the direct supervision of the Board of Health under the most sanitary conditions. There will bo a special term of the Cir cuit Court for this city at 10 o'clock to morrow morning, when the case of Eu gene Talbot against J. II. Crilly will be heard. The object of this suit is to re cover damages In the. sum of J5. W0 for in juries alleged to hae been sustained by plaintiff bv being knocked from his blcjclo at King and Roal Streets by a wagon belonging to Mr. Crilly. The wagon was in charge of a colored driver. The complainant will bo represented by Judge C. E. NIcol and A.tB. NIcol, and ine acrenaant Dy Attorneys a. u. Bret and Walter U. Varncy. Thousands of Inaugural visitors passed through this city to-day enrbute to Mount i Vernon. On the return trip many of the Visitors storped off and visited the various points of historic laterest. Each incoming train, as It passed through the clt. was taxed to its capacity. steamer also carried a goodly trowd to Mount Vernon. This city was to-day dismantled of its decorations, which had been up for tho inaugural ceremonies sinco before rebru ary Si In the police court to-day when Frank Paine, Alfred Flnkney, Maurice Braxton and Clarence Gibson, colored, wero ar raigned for gambling, they claimed that they were in a rouso on tho south side of Wolfe Street, between Alfred and Tatrlck Streets, and were planning for a ball to be given by their club when the police Invaded the place. Some plalng cards were recovered, but no monc. The parties were acquitted. DaId Newton Rust, third, 11 months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. David N. Rust, of Braddock, Alexandria County, died yesterday. Pneumonia was the cause of death. His funeral took placo this after noon. Services were conducted by Rev. W. J. Morton, rector of Christ Episco pal Church. William H. Gaskill's funeral took place this afternoon from his home. iS North Fairfax Street. Services were conducted by Rev. O. A. Luttrrll. pastor of Trin ity M. E. Church, and burial was made in Bethel Cemetery. The Young People's Christian Endeaor Societ Glee Club of tho Methodist Protestant Church will Friday night next present at the Young People's Building a farce in two acts, entitled "The Old Dis trict School." The affair will he under Chiffoniers, dM JTA Worth $15. fll.OU tho auspices of th Girls' Athletic Asso ciation of tho Alexandria High School Plans for holding a Chautauqua In this city In the near future will he discussed at a meeting of cltlxens which will b held at 7.30 o'clock to-morrow night at Leo Camp HalL The plan of the asso ciation will be presented by a speakar. Robert A. Hutchinson, of Manassas, has been appointed on the official staff of Gov. Mann to succeed Cok V. C. AVslte, of Culpeper, resigned. Claude E. Nicholson nnd wlfA nnrl nlli- ers have sold to Frank P. Gllllngham a lot or ground at the northeast corner oi Montgomery and Columbus Streets. The Parish Aid Society of Christ Church will give a supper at its parish hall from S until S o'clock to-morrow-c cnlng. The degree team of Potomac Lodgo of Odd Fellows to-night conferred the first degree on two candidates for Sarepta. Lodge. Jlownrd Thompson Dead. Friends of Hon ard Thompson wero shocked to hear yesterday of his dtath at his homo in Scarborough. N. Y., on Tuesday night. Mr. Thompson was for many years a member of the Associated Press staff in Washington and In various European cities and at one time Wash ington correspondent of the Columbus: State Journal and the Cle eland Plain Dealer. largest Morning Cirenlttioa. ) & .