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' ft KSp pf! 'r&- JlTSerwaz "? - --- :-- .JiS"-: iT t jt- 12 THE WASHINGTON HERALD, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1915. la cS"i!R l I -TH WAN'S STORB. Official Weather Report Fair; Colder. First Big Reduction Sale of the Season. D. J. Kaufman Busy Selling Hundreds of His Regular $25 and 130 Suits and Overcoats SlIFFRAGISTSMAY INVADE SESSIONS Women's Auxiliary to Scien tific Congress Likely to Bat tle Over Votes. Issue. . RESOLUTION PREPARED Indorsement of Suffrage Probably Will Be Sought Today Question Has Been Utterly Ignored. $ 19 75 Every garment a "Maa's-Stere-Makt" (arpeat every garment hand-tailored thrififlit--4e sea son's choicest styles and fabrics. This is a sale of our own regular stock $25 and $30 fine "M. S. M." ("Man's-Store-Make") Suits and Overcoats the highest class clothes that are built honestly reduced to $19.75 and we're selling 'cm as we never sold clothing before making the last days of 1915 the busiest days of a busy year. Get in Now! Money's Worth er Money Back J. Kaufman INCORPORATED. 1005-1007 Penna. Ave. D. TODAY'S FROGIAK Mesaerlal Coattmcatal Hall IOiSO o'clock. (Opcm to too PnbUe.) Presiding': Sirs. Albert 8. Burle son. Public Libraries." lira. Philan der P. Clsxton. "Nuralnf In Cuba." Mlaa H. Eu genie Hlbbard. "The Community's Dntr to the Child." Dr. Adah McMahan. "Education for Homemaklng." Mrs. J. H. Stannard. "Standards of Living." Mrs. Vir ginia Meredith. JTiomorrow," Hiss Zona Gale. Inspection of Washington post office from ( to 9 p. m. aai Kuppenheimer Sale! mmmMMTkctory ctvo'y" sTVbhlLVsssfIbibbP SC "BBkiB CDIje Oowr (trier The Washington section of the American Institute of Electrical Engi neers will be addressed on the night of Tuesday. January 11. at the Cos mos Club, by Francis R. Weller. local consulting engineer, on "The Econom ics of Water Powers" with particular reference to the Great Falls project. A Dunlop is secretary of the organl lation. The National Capital Poultry and Pigeon Association will meet tonight at S o'clock at Public Library. Per sons desiring to enter specimens In the coming show may make arrange ments at this meeting. Kmployrn of thr Treasury Depart ment will be received at noon tomor row by Secretary of the Treasury Mc Adoo and Mrs. McAdoo in the Secre tary's office. The ranrhlne dttl.lon of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing is plan ning to Kte its annual banquet In February. Secretary of the Treasury McAdno and other prominent govern ment officials will be invited to attend. Member of the National rre Club will be entertained tonight in the club rooms by wives and women friends. It will be a real ladies' night. The com mittee in charge of the entertainment Is composed of Mrs. Theodore H. Til ler. Mrs. Frank B. Lord. Mrs. H. C. Hallam, Mrs. E. M. Hood, and Mrs. It. M. MacLennan The program will In clude dancing by Miss May Flack, vo cal selections by Uretchen Hood and Messrs. Newton. Hammer, and James Hick: violin solo by Carmini Erbritso. and impersonations by Leroy Gilder and Arthur Pierce. Joan Domrnjos, Swiss aviator, will give an exhibition flight in a mono plane on Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock for the benefit of the delegates to the Pan-American Scientific Congress. The annual freshman "prom" dance of the George Washington University, will be held on the night of February 4 at the Raleigh. General arrange ments are In charge of Prof. Leslie Cleveland McNemar, of the department of political science, who Is secretary of the faculty committee on student activities. CoL Joseph X. Keefer, descendant of George "Washington, will lecture on "George Washington and His Ancestral Homes In this Country and Abroad." at a watch night meeting to be held tomorrow evening at Grand Army HalL The meeting will commence at 10 o clock. The ladles auxiliary will be in charge of the program. The Sfetr York Phtlharmomfe Orches tra will give the first of the annual concerts today at the New National Theater. The soloist will be Pablo Casals, the famous Spanish cellist. Members of the Plate Printers' Local, No. 2. are planning to give a banquet In February on the same night as that given by employes of ihe machine division of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. "The Natlonnl Order of Spirit A Phychic Study and Experience" will be the subject of a lecture by W. J. Col ille this afternoon at 3 o'clock and this evening at S o'clock at 1836 Cal vert street northwest. The annual election of officers and of the board of directors of the Anti- War League of the District will be held Wednesday evening. January 5. at S o'clock, in the east lecture hall of the Public Library. The marriage license office at the City Hall w-ill be closed at noon to morrow and will remain closed until Monday morning. BIRTHS REPORTED. - WHITE. Edmund If and Louise B. Smith, her Tlmnias K. and Sule Miller, boj. Itobert E. and Adelaide I,. Cratiam. girl. Junes J and Katherlne E. Harmon. Inf. Uichard C. and Marcuente Dyer. girl. ICoya.1 and Aln-e IlaTmpcn, bfly. Harry J and Matilda Colthold. girt. IZeorge and Martha Stewart, girt. Henjamm A. and Cathenne H Srbloaser. xirL Raphael L. and Connoe Kahanfelt, girt. Ernest 1 and Ellen E. Adams, girl. Alfred E. and Lillian Wild. Jr.. drt. reter B. and Margaret E. IUln.Tlr!. GeorTO W. and Marj S. Krans. girl. COLORED. Nelson and Sidle Edmonds, bor. Henrr and Ehods Prathtr. dot. The tranquil course of the Women's Auxiliary conference of the Pan-American Scientific Congress Is threatened with a rude disturbance at today's session or shortly thereafter. Despite the denial of on high In au thority that any such a course would be permitted. It Is known that a strong suf frage demonstration la In prospect, and that those behind It are merely perfect ing an organization competent to push a pro-suffrage resoluUon through before starting the rumpus. Suffrage was coldly froxen out of the conference by those who made the pre liminary arrangements, despite the pres ent tact tnat a large majority of those attending Its sessions are believers in woman suffrage. Mrs. Lanslnsr. wife of the Secretary of State, la sn antl-suf-ragist, however, and her Influence Is blamed for the absoluute omission of sunrage discussions from the program. Resolution. Delayed. Slxlnr up the lay of the land. Mrs. Jesse Harding Stubbs Mackays, one of me most aggressive of the organizers of tne congressional Union, started in Tuesday to upset the well-laid plans to ireeze tne suffrage question to speech lessness. She has prepared a resolution committing the conference to woman suf- irage. and had planned to present It at yesterdays session. Yesterday, how ever, it was determined to postpone the Issurt until today. In order more fully to Insure favorable action. Nothing further was heard yesterday of the plan to organize the conference on a permanent basis, but this Is expected to come out In a comprehensive resolu tion later In the sessions. Very marked Interest Is being shown by women of all the Americas In the conference, and ex pressions of hope that the meeting will find Issue In a permanent organization are common. A program of prepared papers on suh jecis oi particular interest to women was commenced at yesterday's session. .Miss Lllzabeth Colton SDoke on "The Changing Emphasis In the Education of women in the Southern United States.' Mrs. iierman wouitz aellvered a paper on me mgn r.oueation of Women." Mrs. Albion Fellows Bacon discussed the nousing proDiem In the United States, and Miss Hazel Mackaye spoke on "Pa geantry, a Pan-American Interpreter." I MOTOR GOSSlFI JS By "SP GR0GAN corrmoHT itts . ', a I TMZ HOUSC OP KUPrKNHClMl ;the last opportunity of 1915 Kuppenheimer Clothes THIS SEMI-MNML SALE Is Watkiittu't Greatest CMMi Eveit Suits and $ Overcoats, TailSrtllU5... 14 .85 Suits and $ Overcoats, Till UU la Is S4t. 20 .85 FIRSTLY, Kuppenheimer Clothes are known wherever good clothes are sold as the best that can be tailored they are in fact the standard by which all other makes of fine clothing are judged. The last touches of clever style are embodied in them by the most expert of skilled tailors, by hand, in the largest plant devoted to clothes making in the world. You may choose from the finest of the season's classy fabrics in a variety of patterns and weaves to suit every man's individual taste and now in this sale you get such values at an average saving of nearly half. jga cormiaHT isis Tut House or KurrsMMcmca We Are the Only Authorized Washington Representative for KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES Every garment sold here during the sale carries the same liberal guar antee that you would have received at the regular prices. John Bartram. who represents the nvr and Ranch 4 Lang electrics In this city. sirai oeuever in tne idea that the Motor 'Bus line to Operate. The Semmes Motor Line. Inc., was In corporated yesterday to operate automo biles, busses, and trucks between the District and "such nearby points In the State of Maryland as may be desirable or found profitable." The capital stock Is $10,000, in shares of J100 each. The offices of the company will be located at 62S Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Incorporators are H. G. Kneessl. Charles W. Semmes. and Raphael Semmes. BSBBBBB(VQh?BSBBBBBBbP9X.BSBBBBBSU BSSSSSreSwXfl -l&a-aBSBBBBBBsi HELD OVER FOR THE FULL WEEK Max's International Burlesque Circus FIVE OTHER 111 ACTS, IKCLHIIQ "TILTON" ? Male tad Female Irapersoiator. Is Ske a Mas, or Is He a Woman? LLOYD'ARNOLD Comedy EBtertaaen. Two Qever'Mea a Sea aid Talk. FITCH COOPER The Musical Rnbe and his unique musical noveltl cs. Richard Carrollft Co. Ia "Haadkerchlef Jfo. Iff." t A Jolly Farce, rtnek Euiopea Shadowgrapher. A novel act In black and white. Path News Pictorial Aad Kerr CacIr ricttansw is a electrically-propelled ear Is the mrhin of the future. He is going to the New York snow- primarily to see the new rw Magnetic car, which has an electric transmission that Is manufactured by the company he represents. M. B. Bayles. manaeer of thu Rrrnrri Auto Service. Is of an ingenious turn of mind. He has invented a demountable rim and Is now working on a new anti skid device for motor cars. He expects to take both of them to New York with him tomorrow for exhlbtlon at the big show. Stanley Horner, manaser of the Rulrt Motor Company, has only one request to make of his factor- for the New icar. -mat Is that they supply him with sufficient cars to fill all the orders the local branch can get. ur. w. b. carr. like many other auiomoonc owners, is a most enthusiastic fan. He says that all automobiles are good.but that his Dodge Is just a little bit better than the rest. It Is estimated that during: the vmr 1S1 there will be 1.200J000 motor cars manufactured In the United States. Dur ing the year lust closing, there were SDi- 000 machines built. The National Automobile Chamber nt Commerce Is sending out letters to all the dealers In the United States urging that they write to their representative In Con gress to support a measure whereby the Federal government will annually ap propriate a sum of money for road main tenance, this amount to be apportioned among the States on the basis of popula tion, ana also to nave each state ap propriate an equal amount. At the present time there are 273.000 miles of public roads In the United States and there Is an automobile In use for each mile of that road, with the number fast Increasing. With the Increase in capitalization ot the Chevrolet Motor Car Company from S30.000.000 to tSO.0OO.000 and the merger of this company with the General Motors Company. It Is Intimated that an active campaign will bo started for supremacy In the low-price car field. This rumor Is given color by the report that James Cousins, generally credited with having been the dominant factor In the success of the Ford Motor Company, but who resigned after a disagreement with Mr. Ford on the tatter's stand on prepared ness, has become one of the largest stock holders In the new company and will have an active part In the direction of IU affairs. GROSNER'S, 1013 Pa. Ave. Photo Company Incorporated. The Commercial Photo Company, Inc.. was Incorporated to carry on a general photo business and .to ' deal In photo supplies yesterday. The capital stock la tl.600. In shares of $10 each, t The office of the company will be located at 1403 H street northwest. Incorporators are Edwin J. Ryon. .Arthur W. Uarks. and Karxarst U. Cook. WEATHER CONDITIONS. For the Dlrlt of OolnmWs sad Marjland: Pair and somewhat coUer Thursday; Friday fair; fn-ih north and noruiwort wlnda. Kor Blrdnla.: Fair ThurdsT. colder io east and ,ti ini.: FMdsT fair: freh noruiwen wtoa. Th indications are that the storm that la now off ti Ood win sd?sjir rapdU noruiesstwsrd and bo followed br dearlne wralhrr Tbxrsdar. sod fa.r wth Prtdar U the Mlddto Atlantic and New England States. Etarwners fart of ttw Mlv slislrrt RIt the wtsther will bo iwralU fair Thtindar and Pniisr. eirer thst rain Is proUM Fndsy in tha lower ItlsJaJirt and tower unio xai -rv- . tr will bo lower Thundar In southern New Enjland and tho Middle Atlantic SUtes, and It will rue in me miaaio uuu our. v t.4..,t (Mwnln chances are indicated elhcr. tit of the Mhsissirpi Wer ixMa " neat fortr-tUht horns. Storm wamlnn are dlapUjrd on the Jrw mi Lord temperatare-.ndnllht. C: 3 a. m . ; 4 . t- e m.. S S a. U.. I. a. m.. M: U nnon-'tO: I t- m-. 1 4 p. in.. M: P. ra.. S P. .. -a K in lllrtvst. 2: lowest. 35. IB.. -i . v ' " ' - . m ti. i,,mMtt. l a m.. : z p. m.. SB. 9 p m.. 88. Kalnfall (8 p. in. to 8 p. m.). .... Hou- rf stinftlime. 1.2. ft nn nf rvuMlfcl sunshine. U. Trmwrslme same date last jrar-Hirhest. 31; '"""'rEUPEBATDRia IN OTHER CITIES. Lowest Highest UU Kaln- tedar. night. 8 p. m. falL 1.V...11. v n 51 is ati.t. R. ........... 46 4b 44 sn.ntlc KB. N. J....4 5 Bortnn. Mass ilnffalo. N. T. Chiragn. Ill Cincinnati. Oto Denier. Cclo Dulnth, Minn Galroton. Tel Kansas CUT. Mo Los Angflev Cl Memphis, Tenn New Orleans. I.a New York. N. T. ITilladflpliia. Pa PlUtburgb. Ps St. Ltaits. Mo San Francis-D. Csl X 94 . X , X E S 3D X a u 34 . c . 40 34 SO 31 30 31 X X X u X 8 SO 3: X 32 r x x u 38 (0 X II a 54 3 U X X 44 O.tC I0CAL MENTION. Mnr of the Cast floor. M.75 Mall 34 lbs. Old Time flour. 84c. 3 cans faweet Wrinkle peas. 25c; sifted. L J., pea. 7c" E. JT peas. 5c: sugar corn, wanil 10c: Wingless beans. 7c: tuna fish. 7c and 10c; large cans pears. 10c: large cns Calpeachcs. 10c; Y. C. Peh" extras, lie: pineapple, extra, 15c. 3 cans beans. Kc: 3 cans asparagus B0c; 7 lbs. buckwheat. lac: 12 lbs. white meal. 25c: 24-lb. cans Karo ayrup. 10c; Ten Mar syrup. 10c: prunes. 10c and 12Hc: apricots. 12c; 4 lbs. evap. peaches. 25c: 4 lbs. fancy head rice. 25c: 4 lbs. macaroni or spaghetti. 25c; 4 hots, va nilla or lemon. 25c; Jelly mints. 20c i lb.; walnuts. 19c: hominy. Sc lb., black eyed peas. Be: navy beans, 1'Ac. llraa beans. SeTs23S M. St. N. W. and all the J. T. D. Pyles stores. Don't let the kiddles miss Charlie Clwplln "in the Bank." Virginia today. Shaffer, the Florist, WW 14th. The finest of flowera in season. DEATHS. white. John Williams Hartnera. M reus. SB 211 St. nw. Josephine L. riuger. 25. Bomeopathla BosritaL James A. Slmonda, 42. HI Fla. ate. nw. Aura E. Hin. St. GoiU Hoept. for the lsasse. Sarah Luib O'Connor. H tl E ll K Adam Gaddls. 81. 33 A St. se. Pranas Costello, 10 months. 1 4th, St. n. WIIHam IL Garrett. months. GoDrpown V. Host. John Willis. 43. Genrcrlown U. Hnsnc. COLOUED. 13nla Brown. X rears. Emergency Hor4UL Annie Mawm, SI. CS O at. se. James aoung. TO. 1818 Leln4t court nw James Anderson. 42, Emfljrjcy IfospiUl Samuel Bansji. &8. Wuhmetnn A;lmn llospt. Lmilsa Nebon. 65. :442 Covington at. nw. Ortho Noma. 11 months. Casualtr HnrA. Charles Robinson. 30. EmrrgrncT Ilospital. Hangs Himself in Cell. Philadelphia, Dec 29 Walter N. Bender. 20 jears old, of this city, who confessed he became a thief In order to dress like his chums, committed suicide In a cell in city hall, by hanging him self In a noose made from his belt. The police believe he was unable to bear the shame of being tried In court. Bender was graduated from the Central High School and formerly was a member of the choir of the Episcopal Church of the Saviour. I THE RALEIGH 8 - -ft New Year's Eve Mine, DaBckf aid Special Featves. S TaMea Nmr ttmm RtattrrasL ltAW.WWM.WV.!Jllfyj Used $600 Kindler & Collins 88-aote Player-Piano $400 Glad to arnuige terms for yon on tliis splendid instru ment. See as about it. G Street, at 13th PLANS PEACE DEMONSTRATIONS. Anti-War leign 'Will Hold 'Watch Bight Sea-rices. A demonstration for peace will be held tomorrow evening under the auspices of the AntKWar league of the District. In the auditorium of the McKendree Meth odist Episcopal Church, on Massachusetts avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, northwest. Rev. Ia Morgan Chambers, pastor of the church and one of the founders of the Anti-War League, will preside. Among the speakers will be Representative War ren W. Bailey, of Pennsylvania; Represen tative Meyer London, of New York: Rep resentative Thomas D. SchaU. of Min nesota; Rev. Martin L. O'Donoghue. of the Roman Catholic Church; and Mrs. essle Hardy MacKaye. The meeting will begin at 10 o'clock and will continue until midnight. Left Realty Valned at $32,000. Real estate valued at C2.0CO In Livings ton County. 111., comprises the estate of George March, whose widow. Lucy M. O. March, filed a petition yesterday in the District Supreme Court for letters testamentary. Letter Carrier Sned for Divorce. James E. NorrU. a letter carrier. Is named defendant In a suit for dlvorc flhH yesterday by Octarla F. NorrU. through Attorney A. W. Gray. The wife alleged cruel treatment end desertion. Justice McCoy issued a rule citing the husband to appear January 7 and show cause why he should not pay alimony during the pendency of the suit. Frank Morris Jones, vice president of the Washington College of Music, spent Christmas and New Year's with his sis ter. Mrs. McNalr. at Great Neck. Long Island. Centred Coliseum Roller Skating lUlr. MV. At tth .. ftrar. Zs-v w -w. 13 u ia H. D. HOIing, Mgt. LOANS HORNING hsxxa. ta. i ttsSfSSJ THIS BOOK GOES TO PRESS A atw DECEMBER 31, 1915 To be sure that your name appears in this issue arrange for Telephone service before that date. Telephone the Business Office for Telephone service or ' advertising space. 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