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THE WASHINGTON HKRALD. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1914.
SF-MJS Value, sio.oo. Worth While Furniture At Special Bargain Prices Gas Dome lS-lnrh dome. Value, lit. $4.98 50c a Week Opens an Account Large Mahogany Rocker or Armchair, $10.95 Value $20.00 S $3.50 Smoking Stud in 0k, Mission, or Mahogany, only $198 1 s2 i i' . ) Jfr $3.00 Brass Smoking Stand, only $1.29 i $45.00 Genuine Quar tered Oak, full swell Dresser only $22,50 THIS BED OUTFIT, $5.98 'fnny&imsi Value $12100 A 3-foot wkite bed, steel springs and soft top mattress. Princess Leather Chairs. $1.98 i:.v a Waaki Round Dining Tables Praa $8.50 srfaS aad up. IFvF' $5.50 Rocker In Oak or alahocany flnlah, $2.98 (i Buffet In Quartered Oak. $24.75 $3.00 Brass Umbrella Jar, only $1.29 This $8.85 Desk $5.1$ Hfp if l .aS nss nsj S18.00 Book "ase in Golden Oak nr Mission. Only $12.50 'ft . ) 2a For this lS-ineh Oolden Oak Parlor Stand. 79c BAFF 'CROAKING' COST JUST $280 i A sen seme of Xalrhv rniillrv! Man Now in Toils, Is Claim. PLOT OF TRADE ENEMIES Murder Was Planned Three Weeks Akead. District Attorney Learnt. Twelve Now Under Arrest. BAH) COICEBT TODAY. 11; tk. lni:,l States Soklarc. Hue. ntuu.D, mil A. Keoataa. ibuuet dim tnr. r.it. ewntais ( TSS) .Hoc. Prcgral.: Marrb. -'Hoi-k HaMm'' Jf-! Orrtturt, Th. Botirah. ltil Bajfe Walts, -'Vint.. Bl.il" Httaiiaa imiukI atlt tlo. Xuct di Lmmmtrrmon Itonfarltl Maaiir. Rrmiiluu ".. . Nsaarcth Hn.tattu., "Hrarletta"... CfcaaBea Kiojir. Irt t'okm"... ., Baarr The Mtr KianaWd Uanaat New York Hotel Arrivals. New VorK. Dec. 19. Two hundred and ilKkJy dollar, is the rrlce of murder In New York it VI. at is the aniount rwid lo the BWBfassjtoSSft m liiiw a wh.. .'.t-Kaslnatcd llarn, 4 Haff. r ,'1 paalHrjr t). oW. ,ip XovT'i.- :t This anui'iii! itpj)tinn ... niwlo toil.v Jt.xl a I ;he district attornr'tt off: -a .nnimi.ru II the arrest or Tom- i";; r !., iirinainr she list of itisoncrs in iMs cay an la i r It is 1 a.-n-d i.ii, n r-1 l!c i"uit.e thai Ja.ii'-a Mi .rp ii'. ,r ii: pr.iMii.ra has turned Informer. Riving infonnallon I which led to the an eat of 'Joe" Cohen. "Jake" I'ohcn. Irsrr- Oofceo, snl Ben jamin Ltwti Mt.nrr raid h was offered Hun to kill Haff two months ago. but refused The actual slaters of ttu poul try dealer are u,.,i,, the- twelve prls- i oner. In addition to tlir rrinon rs in hand. Acting District Attorney James A. licit-' hant has learned tha, ahnut twenty In-' dividual.. Fome of them well-to-do busi ness ilvala of EafT. were in the consplr acv. Buff's death .as ! tided upon three' a'eeks before the actual killing snd at aj time when a stidden shift in business; coalitions In Washington market made) Haff absolute dictator our prices and profits of the iiotritry dialers doing busi ness then- Dataetlvea employed i thr iii-tiic-v.t-tnrnev . offi.-r .' engaged in trarinK ihe movements of anapacU on th.' day of the shootmi! Several of then nre profe. slonul gangsters; one I. a chanaTear. who hire-J the murder cai in whi h the :ts sassins escaped: the other, are iniolied more or lens directly. Joe and J.ke fatten have been Indicted, but Mr Dele nanly ha- purposely prevented indict- ments of other, of the prisoners in orwer to try to induce them to talk An old Inrlit tiuent l pending against mrry Cohen, charging him with assault during a sang fight "We hae new and valuable evidence . enough to keep the grand Jurj (May for! several days. ' said Mr Ilelehanty "We ' u ,- ...II In. Ann.1 rii1... ,!. ..L ,1... .... "' ,.-. ,., " 'IT'iil IIIIOU.II HIV 1I" lice department'!- co .ijh-i allon " New Vork. De reglatrrtd at New Y York- r. Clark. C. J. Huber. Mrs. c. J. Huber. Mrs. H. K Smith. 11 K. Smith. Martha Washing ton Mies w Henry. Miss r. Lewis. Miss B. Ratllff. Ri :niioi .1 R R. Reynolds. Herlil S'liian- J. Boill.r. Colli' gwood m Mi, r. H. Clark. Hta I.. II. Clark. Cumberland-- C. R. Cox. Longuci. B I--Iynn J. C. Mulvane. fiilon Siiare Mi.- A J. Has mer. A. J llnynmrr. Graml R. A. Patterson Ht Denli J. r1. i-i' riioj,. Murra) Hill t c. K. Anderson. iinoi M S Iliii.--more. M. W. Ooidon. E T. Sl..ui.ihaii 19. -Washing ton la na ork hotels today are: I-itham R. Kltch. Cisannental- w. H. Johnston. Maraellle A. K. Klau. Aberdeen A. Koch. Algonquin H. May Grand H. C. Lainneau. J. Relr. -Vavarre .Mm. Uallaid K. K. Ilonsbi'rg V II Wallace. St. James Mrs. A. Boeltcher. ililstol- W. U Lloyd .Mis. W. L. I.ioj.l Bi lleclaire W. II. McAl.sIi: Mrs V II M. Aleater Broadway Central B. Roenson iteiiiingttiii V Wi' ' i t'laiider. II. s. wOrth. I'ark Atmus- Ms. T W draws. T W Andrews An KABANSKY TO SZKVE LIFE. Ju.liiC I nvlngltMi fastt-st riHMiir I Klr Irrsson inmlviril. Chtef J until f'oing:on vostcrila pan-p1 nt-ntiic upon the follow lug per son convicted in thr rrtininnl courts .luiiiif. thn psUt tn daw Mriman Kalanky. llf- MnteOjOa f-.r th-- muni.; ..f his mother-in-law. Mi . la 1 1.1 K.ilxK- CbJtrlea S lleoe, rolored, Htfateea rnnnlha foi asauli with a dftngerouA weapon. H betas 11osm1 h- erlv cut a white man while or a tr.-t tar. ' iien e Ai-1'noii. colored, m .tiitl of-ieii-.- of petit lar.-rn . ti-ehten month. Barmh Hell, colore!, KramJ larcen, four yea i Gua Jorte. colored, aault with a dr.-gen-us weapon, two rearm. an Ftemi JAmerican Inn Cafe) 141$ Park Road N. W. Our unequaled Sunday Dinner is now being served be- tween the hours of I P. M. and 7 P. M. Price 50 cents REAL HOME COOKING FOR CHRISTMAS DAY A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DINNER The good old-fashioned kind, 75 cents C- -MATCH THE DAILY HKRALD FOR MSTP. WK SERVE HOME-MADE 3 PIES IND PASTRIES. R ICORD'S RESTORATIVE DIED. Iwcrraae. Men's K.lKi Price, f l. At all drucal.t'- Alitajn on ha.d at 0'UO'BSfL-M DHCC stokk, SIM P Street -Sort. west, M.ll Order. K.lleUeJ, "" It Whiskies Dums Xander's Brandies 9097thSt; GREENA WALT Suddenly on Saturday, December 1. UM. Ueut. JOHN G. GREEXAWAlTr. aged aeventy-four years, beloved husband of Mary Lit tle Greenawalt. Funeral from his late reaidence, HO" Irvlna: street northwest. Tuesday aft ernoon, December 22, at 2 o'clocic. In terment at Arlington. URTAN-On Saturday. December IS. 1914, at 2:45 a. m. BERNARD R , beloved son of Virginia and the late Bernard M. Bryan. Funeral from the residence of his sis ter. Mrs. Maurice J. Wall, iiv: Eleventh street northwest, on Mon day, December 2J, at $30 a. m.. thence to St. Paul's Church, Fifteenth and V atreets, where mass wilt be cele brated it n a. m, FRIDAY MORNING MUSIC CLUB. ArtUt Recital Glvea. by C. T. Tltt- mm and (karai. The DecemberiArtist recital of th- Fri day Morning Music Club was given hv Mr. Charles Trowbridge Tlttman. has-o. last Friday morning. The chorus of th club assisted. In a more dncrsirtcd pro gram than Mr. Tittman had yet given in Washington he discovered, in addition ' the well-known rich and beautiful Umbre of his voice, a marked color variety and versatility of intafpretailon. Th chai -acter of Mr Tittman's voice has found its bet -x press ion hitherto in such grand and majestic style of solo work as is to b found in the best oratorios. In Kn da s program the ballade "Edward," nr Loewe. a series of mounting . limaxe in a heroi--tragic narrative. gav testlmop to vocal endurance and dramati- power The English ballad "Gypsy John. ' quite another style of narrative form, was sung tn a masterly way. The deer pathos of Strauss' Mcin : Hers im Stumm" was interesting in contrast with tbe exquisite tenderness of Srhubett's "Viegenlled." The old French tnl', rtmance, "la Charmante Marguerite. " and ostl's "Aprite." thr one song f simple graceful sentim. nt. and the oth- i a lovely lyric piece, made variety. The "Car rnlo ben," of Gtord&nt. :nd the old sacred" lullaby of Worn? were of tboa songs of simple dignity, of which at. Tittman is perfect master. Mr. Heinri h Hammer, condut tr ? nte chorus of the club, can always be counted upon to lay his hear, rn under obligajion for the production nf new and worthy choral works. The three Swedish folksongs arranged by Saar. and the "Dawn." of Max Rrv.ch. were the flrsc of those given, and a group of chorals c( mnmorative of the Christmas seaio.i by "naminadr, Gevaert and Sptcker, fol- j lowed later. Miss Lucy Brickenften ! piayed th solo accompaniments. This Columbia "Meteor" $17.50 and on Easy Terms, Too Yon cannot bny more in the way of a musical instru ment for the money. It is better value than any "talking machine" at any where near its price. Well-finished quartered oak cabinet. Strong motor, plays two records with one winding. Small, light and compact it is easily moved or carried. LATEST COLUMBIA DOUBLE-DISC RECORDS, 65c. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONECO. 1210 G St. N.W. C9aak)C ""5 sisfftsWVafl !!& i i : B H9rflBri9HB9aaS0aSBB3EsnBSSJBE II -?1 AUTOMOBILES. 3 AND 7 PASSENGER AUTOS. X2 and tl per hour. Cars heated. ATTO HIRE CO. Lincoln 2563. CLOTHES OR CREDIT (taalltr Hlvfc. PRICES LOW. TERMS EASY. A most Complete Stock ot Stylish Clothes for Men. Women. Boys, and children, including all the fashionable Millinery cre st ions and smart Genta' Furnishings on credit. In spite of the high quality of my floods, I charge the lowest prices and offer patrons the eas teat terms of credit. 0. ROSENTHAL 90 MS Street X. w . Cor. tk and Eye Sim. Opes I atll p. M. 7 I Ever Hear oi Such Things? New York. Dec. . "If vou must die. do It In union style." advises the Ameri can Federation of Labor. Union men are asked to ee that members of the family have union funerals and that coffins, grave, clothes and tombstones be prod ucts of union labor. Plalnfield. St J.. Dec. 19. Ossasaa cidenn found eighteen pearls In an oyster cock ! tail which he was eating, six of them arc worth from SS0 to S399. Jersey Citv, N. J.. Dec. IS. Dr. F. K. MacMurrc"! declares that Policeman Kotz. who called on the physician while suffering flow acute Indigestion, died in . ins office but after telephoning the doIIi-c I to send for the body Kotx reviled. Kou REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. a 3S9 i It to- lARt'ENTEK. Waltw R tr to Thr rim Aioct- Ftrr In. lo $50 tr CC00 tfaOS 9-h sal Si 3H it 111 -I)tr;lHI.K Marja-rt D et Tir H Knkin lo t'leirr K Kl. Iiw $10 IMI7 1 si awl C hl 304 It 111 ETCHISOX. Ckra K ft Tir Ho.ard M to Calahi 1 Trlbbl J l!i Wataon tenant, in vmnxm S10 rlllT 0 K nwl O Sil VJ& It 101 tit S I'rlnonli-EftKltllHlK. f.riin H fl u Kath H tn Jno K Uaialif, Sm corcsants I.N of Tavloc W ot 7Ih X. n.l ,, N 1 B It It ft- HAHTlNt: Hrmr et in Bertha K to Tboa R Cartrr rt m BerUi. aunt trnstaa 110 C1 iSfi U arl u eiq 31J5 It IK tik 3T I'etmjrtk ILtlKLII'. Jno R .t iix Mir K to Carlli. 4 itn'.dse f.O cornunb, A tr SS.0A1 IN of Taylor. W nf 7th .1. n.t is bo lt ? sT-HflVYKMiTXIK, H R rt HI t-.tobn 'o Haner K Ktrtrn. et nx liar? lotet tenant. SIS llth til I t K i iStit hrt 1 ft K rta nri 9 ! n It i'Jl HANBACK, Kootai-ir K to Pt.,1 k A Unscr WltKD fJII Ksfy PI rel J .H-j 7M K It -1 HARTNtTT. Ellen T to Matrarrt Agnes Ihwiir SIS lKC3 ad St -tl 1 Steamers Crash; One Lost. London, Dec. 19. A steamer was : sunk In a collision with another vessel Off Godwins Sands. nr.r Rama-.!., ! early today, according- to . Hi.i.,t.i. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD! THIS D. IS VtlllS)l ISI.IJO. i$!. Every l.rdy la 1 1 i- llh t sa Af ford line of The.e Wali-kr.: L-.JISI' H3!,4 Cisi Vltca 14-kt. t.old nf iffe.ed t ane. oaly WzMj SJbcZ!& yhfy7' (old Filled nr.tpelrt.. From $s to gio. Pay BOc a week. Sulid Gold Bracelets, with ami without watche.. At specitl prices and on weekly payments. $15 Tij sOc a i:k (juaranteed for 20 years. ery nnc movement. Brush. Comb. nnd Mirror St. ami Military Brushes. Etc.. at special prices and en weekly payments. Solid Gold and Platinum La vullicres. set wfth Diamonds. From M to too. and on weekly payments. Call and art onr lararr aad romplete .fork of Christmas good., lorlad lag l.adleN' and i.rallrm.n. Wal-he.. l.n nlllrrra. Oinnu n,l Itlng.. .tick fin., t ameoo, Lorketa aad ( kalaa. Ig.r I utter., aad. la fret, every arti cle de-sred la Jewelry, "nfehrv aad dlamund. etc.. at apeelal price, aad oa time. ; d. laid .aide until X maa agmm a .mall deposit. I'ko.e M. ST. end Ssle.ms. will call wltk ona.letr l.law of aamplea. x." T 'ILL', rai a. BTniTT V. IV- I. rhMil. flirfUI.. Ormr slew "tatlo. a Postofficr. tloea Krral.a. I atll to o't lock. Open Evenings Until Christmas Founded in 1867 Js-DKwOOOEvllSMtZ .m 9 Boxes for Everything Engraving Without Charge Some Big Specials for the Last Days of the Holiday Shopping Instead of depleted assortments you'll find fresh recruits in every line. Reserves of regulars and specials we've gath ered for your consideration. House Coats Bath Robes The two makers we depend upon most for our splendid values in House Coats and Bath Robes have given us their en tire surplus stocks shipped last night and on sale tomorrow morning. Brown, Gray, Maroon, Tan, and Green shades, with edge, pockets, and cuffs bound with silk cord; fastening with two ilk frozs. They have that easy fit which means comfort. Sizes up to $41. S7.50 and S9 Coats $4.95 Blanket Robes, nu.de in coat style: and Regular Robe cut long and full; buttoning through; some with edge and cuffs bound. In a variety of new combinations Tan. Blue. Oxford, Red. &c. Cord at neck and girdle at wait. $5 and $6 Robes $3.65 Boys' Suits and Overcoats Giving you the benefit of special purchases we've made in time for Christmas giving. Ho' Bine and lira? I hiochiila Overcoat-- tvith Hat to match; but ton to the- neck: belt all around wool lined. All Mien. $5.00 ralue Bora' r'anry Cheviot. Mackinaw I'rte Overcoats; Polo -itli-; double-breasted and belted. Wool lined. All sizes 2 1-S to lo )ears. $!i lo $10 value. Boy.' Kant j- Cheviot Norfolk Salts, with TWO PAIR of Panto, one of whirh has belt to match. Bulgarian mo del; full rut; strongly made; all sizes. $7.50 value $3.95 Maid, aud Plain $2.95 $4.95 Boys' Play Suits Sturdy Qualities Cute Novelties that the Boys will enjoy immensely. lto)' Military Outfits; in Blur anil White and ilt braid trimmed; I". S. A. on collar ami eagle on can. Sizes 0 to 12 year-.. SPECIAL Hots' Indian Outfit: trim med in Red and Blue felt: anil with warchjef bonnet. Sizes 2 lo 10 years. SPECIAL Boys' Cowboy Outfit ; in Khaki, with lasso, bintlanna, belt, pistol, and hol ster. Sizes 4 to 14 years. SPECIAL. . Boys' ilitar Suit and Cap; Blue and White; gilt braid trim mings: real military style. Sizes 2, 4. and 0 years. SPECIAL . Boys' Imli.-i'i Suils. with feathered heat. pic o: fringing of lleil. Blue, ami lirtsen. sizes 2 to lo year. SPECIAL. .ilk $2.98 98c 98c $1.98 49c Men's $1.25 Gloves 85c In the proper ahadea of Taa: m(Mt o pular wrick t aklaw. proper atifrhlaai nd flnta.li und frry pair perfect. Hegulsr and korl fingers. Men's Wool Gloves 50c,$l,$1.50 rotrk Wool that mean all tool, aad la lUeae romblaa.ion e-htVb are very attract-v. They Leep ike 'aaoda warm a a taaat la the acvereaf weal her. Leather Auto Gloves $3.50 and $5 To ibe maa who 4rivr$ a ear od caanet muk :i more accept able alft. These Ulovew. are dur able aad warm, l.laed wlib wool or laaib'a fleece. All alsea. Combination Sets ii:.apeadera aad art era; Sna pendcra. (.artera. aad Aran Barda or Jlcarf, UnndkercMef aad ."o-nta,?. 50C, $1 & $1.50 Walking Sticks All the popular woods aad aew ahapeai plain, ar ioV;,e"4 rr.sit-sio Scarfs When in doubt g-ive a Cravat. In our nearly fifty years' ex perience we have never presented such an assortment of neckwear. It's rich in variety; original in design; exclusive in (pattern and match less in quality. We have Upset all prece dents of standard. In each grade the silks are finer than usual and the entire collec tion offers you a choice that we doubt if any other shop can equal in numbers and certainly not in quality. 25c to $5 neatly boxed Suit Cases and Handbags . ermine . owblde Haailbasjai leather lined: braaa jock.! "''- $5 to $25 is'- . ne t'owhl l L. at her Suit Cases; iinen lined. a- . .JC reinforced corners 9D lo ?? Men's Shirts I'renrb Pen-ale. Mat! ran. ol aetle. in irntei' -ait--- -it aad Iraadered enATa: pin la aad XZ S1.S1.50&$2 Kail Drcaa hlrt-. p'al mrni rai.au r tn- Oi CT plana . ? i w r.r "'Ik and r rrarb Flannel Hhlrta S3toS10 Foot Balrs SI HO f,"ln lli:ilj "7 5 Ball ..DC 1.3 I'li-VIn Ku.hr AA .S1.20 si.ru t'tkiD Huu:j Ii.-1 1 &M Pie.kl. IIokst - - a-..-rf) Pls Ball :'.:. no nl. lleakr Ball to-ai. ...at., 5 95 S2.45 Cameras and Kodaks - . I Bro.TPte Sl.oa N. 2 RnninV tf-J.no i. J Hrawale sxna o. .1 Bnniiiir i.OO .. J Koia-ln-: ftrowale . . . 9Z,(m n. " i ittdiait llrnw.le . . JS7.30 . :: Koltllnc Brauslr M.M Daisy Air Rifles sl-Ble-kot Rifle. L-.n-f.hot Rifle. l.aoo-.hnt Itllea: hlticl .teel . Tae New liala.v Pamp Rifle 75c ....$1.25 $2.00 S2.75 Striking Bags Pear-nhape. tTtta pare a'-iaa hladrirr.. I aaal SZJSO 0 1 iZ rae Ol.Oj Sweaters Both Men's and Boys' in the new models. Maa'a Sweaters, In avr Hlae, Bran Mae wltk collars aad same wita"at. KUes 3h. 40, 4J. , tkat aoM Car W.50. Special Men's srtllsan-atltrk Sweater., la Dark Gear, l.lakt (Jr.v. Sfarj Bine, aad Hi on i made vrltkout collars. All Special. . rrltk ealara. Men's Aacora Swoatarai tkr Lie roll collars. All ilm nesatar S7.S valee. Special Rots' Kall-fa.kleaed Skaker-k.lt :...de wltkont collar. t to at ho. fr to IB v-ara. I. all tke .rkool ..d enllece eolcra. Itccolar (SJO raise, spuria n. .a. nru. $1.85 $3.00 $5.00 it weaterai :$2.85 Auto Robes The man with a car will appreciate these. Green, Black, and Blue Plush Auto a a Robes; full size and regular $6 grade. . 4 Green, Black, and Blue Plush Auto Ap Robes; generous size regular $7 grade. Jbi) Men's Velour and ai fjp. aaA Fur Gloves l.Za) SO.DU Men's Water Mink, Seal, and Coonskin fr-t api At. Caps S1.95 tO $10 Pennsylvania Avenue aka & (Enrnpamj Seventh Street a la now patrolling nis beat. from Dover.