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The Man's Store
Official Weather Report-Overcast.
We kane the ceu dence of the
usen of this tots. They have our
absolute guarantee of
sWorth o Money Back.
You Young Fellows
Who're looking for the last word
in style, come in today and get
one of these
$20 M. S. M. Suits
5.l5
'15"
The classiest clothes in the coun
try and the smartest fabrics of the
pemod-soe nifty clothes, you
bet!
We se3 Fine Clothes
at $25, $28.75, and $35
That tailors would ask $30 to $50 to
duplicate.
D. J. Kaufman
(INCORPORATED)
1005-1007 Pennsylvania Ave.
Real Estate
Loans
No Commissions Charged
You can take 12 years to
pay off your loan without the
expense of renewing. $1,000
for $10 per month, including in
terest and principal, half of
which is applied to reduction of
debt. Larger or smaller loans
at proportional rates.
PERPETUAL
BUILDING
ASSOCIATION
Largest in Washington.
Assets over $4,000,000.
Cor. 11th and E N. W.
')R. CHASE'S
blood and Nerve Tablets
Ya.pa. leb biped. bs.. iS. t h,.ould
aa. . b"sha e;.y~ s. gik. fil Sb. kali
power and .ire. Iit . part of th. body.
W.ib yo..tbats taking. P5saas pasb575_
I amaCa. tie N. 55k . Pbliadsgua.P,
otel
Bretton Aali
Broadway, 85th to 86th Sts.
NEW YORK
D.tsws.
-is'...
W~idh te a.
E ed B .wt. --8 sh o.
_- pt soa Wisth p
ALL THE COMFORTS OF NEW
YORK CITY'S BEST HOTELS
AT ONE-THIRD LESS PRICE.
Hess,. w.ith Privat. Bath, $2.50 and up. Sittig-I
room .. m n Bath. $3 baddu. No getra
chr .et o a wess si occupid by two pss..
EICEFT10NAL SiUME RATES, RAY TO OCT.
LOANS
HORNING
Roller Skating COLSEU
Cloo, A. at n .i'oft55.... p.
as Ls~ta srg s CladD ibats Azi
-pA )'LL .o0
do0NdLJS$VEELy
-TIAT IT wovun
A5N AveR2A4E
=olw-r
e e
me 3own rier
Myem . Pak., Ledge of Mas1e0
will give a diner in the banque
room of Northeast Masonic Templ<
this evening to help the building funs
of that organisation.
"The Origin eye Develepmsent el
the American Trotting Horse" is the
theme of a lecture to be delivered b
L. Sakes at the Colleg, of Veterinar
Surgeons this afternoon at 8:31
o'clock.
Graduates of Celimablae-Geeeg
Washington Law School will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock at the Universit
Club.
The twenty-ifth sasversary of Mist
Lydia Marshall as a teacher in Calvarl
Baptist Sunday School will be cele
brated by the students at a reoeptio
to be tendered her this evening a
8 o'clock at the Sunday School house
Members ef the Washington Read
era' Club will hold a Shakespeare din
ner at the University Club at 7:3
o'clock tonight.
The Washingtes Asseecation e
Credit Men will meet at dinner in th'
Hotel Ebbitt at 6 o'clock this evening
Ate.. Hispasa Amerleae de Wash
ington will hold a meeting this even
ing at 8 o'clock at Rauscher's.
The lecl ehapters of sigma Delt
High School Fraternity will hold thel
annual spring dance at the Raleig1
this evening. starting at 6 o'clock.
Rev. P. Murphy, directer of th
Washington Emergency and Receivinl
Home for Needy Children and Womer
will give an account of his work a
the mass meeting to be held by friend
of the home at Odd Fellow's Hall o;
May 11 at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. W. J. Crafts will ceaelude he
series of lectures on "Gesta Christi
and Mrs. H. E. Monroe will epeal
on "Martin Luther" at the gatherini
under auspices of the Woman's In
terdenominatlonal Missionary Unito
at Public Library on Friday afternoo
at 2 o'clock.
The executive beard and meamber
of the National Library for the Blin
will meet this morning at 1729 H stree
northwest, the board being schedule
to meet at 10 o'clock and the member
at 10:30 o'clock.
The Brightweed Park Citisens' As
sociation will meet this evening at
o'clock at Van Horn's Hall. Georgia
avenue and Longfellow street north
west.
"The Elepement ef Ellen," eomed;
in three acts, will be presented unde
auspices of the Girls' Friendly Societ:
of Christ Church. Georgetown, on Fri
day evening at Linthicum Hall. 311
OI street. The proceeds will be devot
ed to the choir fund.
The Mission of the First Ceagrega
tional Church. Tenth and G street
northwest, will conduct a countr:
store and manufacturers' exhibit a
the church today, commencing at
o'clock this morning and continuing
untO 10 o'clock tonight. Afternoon te
will be served. There will he an ex
hibit of men's cooking, for whic
prizes will he awarded.
Members of the executive beard o
the Chamber of Commerce will mee
this afternoon at 12:45 o'clock to con
sider the question of inviting the Con
federate veterans to hold their nex
annual reunion in Washington.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
l'recast for Wednesday and Thursda:
1ir the is 'ict of Obinmbia and Maryland
ourcast and cntinant ecol weathe Wedaesda
and Thurea.; light to moderste issable winds.
-'or Virsinia.-Partly oveast Wednesday ar
Tursday: moderate westerly winsa
The ',aatkrci are that oereset and
":0 ni erotime Wednesday and Tsured
> the Middle Atlantie sad New England State
'.I.,te 0 \iley and the region of tt
r.t lakes . 1 ther. will be widely sctter
'hares in these regions. In the South Atlant
and East Gulf "4ates the weather will be is
1dnrslay are Thursday.
LOCAtL TEMPERAT*RE
vEinight ............... Si 1 12 noon.................
Sa. m........._....... 55 ! 2Dp. M ..................
1a. me.................. S ! 4 1 m ..................
e.. M......... .. ....... 52 6 1. m.................I
s. m .................. 51 ! s . m ..................
i. m .. ............... '0 1lo p. m .................
ighiest, s'; lowest. 4
Relatier humidit-e a n.. 91; 2 p m.. 84: 6 1
'3. Rainfall (5 P. u. t"o R p. m.), 0. . Ho,
noshine, J. Per cnt of posible sunshin, .
Temperture cane date last year-Highest, S
owrest, 57.
TEMPERATURES IN OTHEF.R 'ITIES,
Loest
Highest last Rat
tlday. night. P. mo. fall
A ,eril, N. ............. 56 42 54 0.
Attar'a. Ga.......... . e 46 5 ..
Atlantc Qty. N. J....... 4 44 41 0.
Haltimr.'e. Md............... 50 .0 50 0.
son. Ala:... . ..... . 5t 4 4 ..
Buffalo. N. T.............. 40 .l6 36 0
i 111.................. 52 42 44 0.
('la innattl. (>5 ............ I 42 4 0.
Dtt tr-it. ich.............. 44 46 0.
Indiaois.l d Ind........... 5 42 6 0.
Jacksonille,. F 1 ..... . E I 7e .
Miami,. Fla................... 0 64 it 0.
New York. N. T........... 52 42 44 03
Philadelphia, Pa............ 52 46 46 0
Piittsu b, Pa........ ...... 54 44 4 0.
St. Ioui,. S ............. 64 50 48 0.
Tam es, Flaa.................. 76 6 ..
'Itledo. Ohio................ 54 44 'n 01
Flewers for Secial Fanctiess.
Gude furnishes the choicest flower
and most artistic decorations. 1214 F
-Adv.
GRAFONOLAS
Sold on Very Convenient Terms.
Inquire About Them.
Call, write, or -phone M. 025a.
ARTHUR JORDAN. Owner.
G Street at 13th
YOU "l,5
PANo 'ioU, IOLL- R
o NHOMS OR A 4.
NEEABs You 4Av40 E H~lvl
MLN.P'T A-7 I>O
O0~- ,ABlOU~"T
"/ IO'LA.R S'
t M~ON'TRH
Minm Etbel Gill.., who has beson Tll
t Ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John I
Gillie, sear Rockville. Md.. has returne
to Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. August W. Zirnnerma
and their &ughter. Mrs. W. W. House
worth, have returned to their bomes i
Martinsburg, W. Va., after a brief v191
to the Capital.
3m M. E.. Fletcher, of Washingtms
has been spending several days at Al
lantic City.
Mrs. A. J. Powell, of this city, we
the guest for a few days of Mise Katb
erine Taylor at her home in Annapoli
r Md.
William Moore has returned to this cit
t after a visit with his parents near Charle
Town, W. Va.
Dr. J. T. Quirk spent the Easter holl
days with relatives at Winchester, Va.
Fred L. Van Dolson has been appointe
[ a copyist in the General Land Office.
Clifton Harvey. a copyist in the Pater
- Office, has been pr 'moted to a clerkshil
Mies Jessie E. Jopling has received a
appointment as an expert clerk in t1
Bureau of Foreign and Domestio Corr
moerce.
Oscar L. Fewell has been appointed 1
S a position in the Bureau of Standards.
* .
Juitus Rosenthal, a clerk in the Buree
t of Navigation. has been promoted.
Oscar M. Stasub. employed in the Co
and Geodetic Survey, has been promoter
r Mr. and Mrs. Scott. of the Scott Im
154 East Capitol street, will entertain ti
' program arrangements committee of It
Georgia Society on Friday night.
J. Doris-Melifoff, of. the Russian En
a bassy, has gone to New York for a shoe
visit.
Mrs. Nina E. Allender has returns
t after a short visit to friends at Atlantl
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury Blair have lei
Washington for Newport, R. I., for a
extended stay.
L Sam Plant, of Reno. Nev.. Ia the guel
of Phil Friedlander for a few days.
r Harry A. Salzman has been probatio
r ally appointed a surgeon In the Coast ar
, Geodetic Survey, and assigned to duty I
- the Philippines
Octave A. lionese, local attorne
spent Sunday in Baltimore.
- Miss Hazel Dawn and William Cour
leigh, Jr., who were in Washington Mot
day to attend the hall given at Conver
t tion }tall for the benefit of St. Ann's li
fant Asylum, have returned to New Yor
I Dr. Andrew D. White, president of Co
- nell Ulniversity, and Mrs. White are
r Washington on a short visit. They a'
staying at the Willard.
t Airs. K. E. Fox, of Alaine, is in Wasi
. ington on a short visit as the guest
Senator and Mrs. Johnson, of that Stat
t
Mrs. William Green. of Trenton, N. .1
is spending several days here with Si
and irs. Frank C'. Steward.
I Parez Williams, of Daytona. Fla,
student at Steward's Business Colleg
has returned to Washington after spen
og Easter Sunday with relatives
Portsmouth, Va.
d
THOMPSON TO "BOMB" FORD.
Aviator, After "Attacking" cacag
d Will "Raid" Boston and tetroit.
C
r Chicago. April u.-Chicago having bee
given its taste of the fruits of unpr
paredness by DeLloyd Thompson, wt
last night, front an aeroplane, bombart
ed buildings in the down-town section t
the city, the aviator today packed up an
started for Boston, the next point
attack. After that city has been theore
r Ically reduced, Detroit is to be visited.
"When I get to Detroit. I expect to tiro
. bombs on the home of Henry Fors
3 apostle of pacificism, and show him ho,
care it would be to attack an unprepare
1; city," said Thompson today.
Only Eight More Days.
Only eight more days remain for count
Ing the diamonds in The Herald's Dii
, mond Myste ry puzzle contest. Those wh
enter now stand just the same chanc
exactly as those who have already t
mitted solutions, so don't neglect to sen
In yours before it is too late.
LOCAL MENTION
Z cans tune fish, 25e; 4 euger cort
c; 4 Wisconsin peas. 25e; 6 F. J. pea
c; .. eugar corn. 25c: 4 Karo syru
-5c; 3 Pen Mtar syrup, 25c; 3 lar
1 cans beans. 25c; 2 cans stringless heatn
15c: 2 evap. milk. 15c; Blue Bell toms
toes. 10c; 4 lbs. fancy head rice, 2.c:
ibs. lima heans. =5c: Jelly Mints, 15<
walnuts, 1294: peanut butter, 10,
large jars molasses, 10c: white mea
l lb.: fat Norway mackerel, Sc an
Sroe; grape Julie. quarts. 25c; chees,
22c: Howard's salad dressing, 20c:
Ross' wheat biscuilts, S5c; choice whit
potatoes. 3Sc pk.; best flour, $6.50 bht
24 lbs. Old Time flour, 75c. 926 P
Ave. and all the J. T. D. Pyles stores.
Richards' Fountain 'ea & Giift She
Expert, on pens. 1429 Pa. Ave.
5e'-Always-.e. Va. Theater. Chapll
in "His New tO' today. Home of 'haurle.
KENSINGTON.
"Che'.y Chase Lake" earn from 15t
ot. undt N. Y, ave. and 7th ot.. pass Rhoc
Creek Bridge. Matin En trance Zn,
Counttry Clubs, consert with Kensino
ton tine to "NorrIs " tation, weatc
Wheaton. The moot picturesque rout
near city ictnic grounds. flowern an
shtada at end of rIde
DOINGS OF THE VAN LO
FNEva U4LNDRED a.io
PElt R EAR
oh -T v5N
7
6. U. DEATE TONIGRT.
leasee Will clan With lusers
.e. Lte...P Test.
The literacy test in inmnigration legis
lation will be debated tonight by the
M Sealor and Junior Debating societies of
Georgetown University Law School in
the last of a series of four prise debates.
Senior debaters will uphold the aftrma
tive. The Judges Will be Senator Thomas
t J. Walsh, of Montana; Senator James
A. OGorman, of New York; Charles H.
Robb, Associate Justice, District Court
of Appeals; Frank Lyon Polk, Counselor
of the State Department, and Charles
Warren, Assistant Attorney General.
The debate, open to the public, will com
mence at 7:30 o'clock In the auditorium
of the school at Fifth and E streets
northwest.
The senior representatives will be
Granville Wyche, of South Carolina, and
John Thomas Rafts, of Washington.
The Junior debaters will be Basil Thomas
Bonnot, of Wisconsin, and Edward
Thomas Hogan, of Rhode Island.
An acre of good fishing grounds at sea
will yield more food in a week than nn
acre of the best land will in one year.
t
One-D~
t
Pia
and Play
This Wedn
Beginning
All like new and fully
without precedent.
Only a few of the mal
below.
UPRI
STEitWAYt Rosewood; square;
second hind; formerly $25
$5,00; now ..... ..
- TEi3NWAY; little used; perfect
condition; ebonized case'
formerly $550; $23
EMERSON; Ebony; second hand;
fine value: formerly
n $300; now.............. $75
NEWN ENGLAND] ebony; second
hand; fine value; formerly
t ..............$100
88-NOTE PLC
FUNTER Mlahogany; new sam
piec mae formerly $30
$ now.
a :I PRIATONE, Art Oak; like
n w; merely shopworn; for
merly $500; $365
n now . ......... .....
PRiMATONE. Mission case; per
feet condition; for- $375
merly $500; now.....
GRA
0 KNiE, Babyi very slightly
usedl; formerly $,; $550
STEINWAY, Concert Grand; re
bult like new; for- $
merly $1,500; now....
TERMS AS LOW
Liberal Allowance for P
KNj
WAREROOMS,
1o A. M.
8 P". M.
G4 AAR
10c
STARS DATES
U MME. TODAY
PETROVA TA"D
THUR.
No. 2-FRANK DANIELS in'
STR
STARS DATES
A
*NANCE TODAY
*O'NEILL All
THUR.
Io. 2-ETHEL TEARE in "i
ONS-And Father Might' Add
N r o5- M5NiRy -
COULt3 MAv'OVVNE~D
0 COMFopj-A,&LE
So.
Now LEoT
M t' o 5oM6.
Eace to Divorce Gout.
Chicago. April 5.-E. W. Andrews.
wealthy member of the board of trade.
and his wife, Mr. Katherine R. 'An
drews, engaged in a race to the divorce
court today, and the husband won by
about an hour. Her suit for separate
maintenance was filed this afternoon in
the Superior Court charging cruelty after
her husband had already fied a suit for
divorce in the Circuit Court. naming a co
respondent.
DEPOSIT TWENTY-fIVE
CENTS WITH YOUR
DRUGGIST
If you suffer with rheumatism, coneti
pationor disordered stomach, for a box of
Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets); have a
beneficial action on the digestive and eli
minative organs-the stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels. Take one NR to-night;
you'll feel better in the morning. Your
money back if you want it. Get a 25c box
y Sale
nos
er-Pianos
esday Only
8:30 A. M.
guaranteed. Prices and terms
iy sharp reductions are listed
GHTS
3 HOLMES & Sink Enelich Cak;
nA sl ghht Iy 5
formerrly On $225
KNABE; 'no.,, htly
formnerly - I: rf nw' $.
used; 'rtet $235
KN.iBF: El-ony r1 htly ueed;
a Beo~rn; n:, i2
i60 ow..... $250
KN i E:1 Art finish: artist irsel.
$e - $ formerl 39
YER-PIANOS
NORMAl al n t w.
formerly l6 n.ow.. . 3
ItAINES iROS.. Snndard dc
nnitaln uenn $500
formerly 1700; ico.c .
IIAINE: S R . I E c . ke
new: the perfect i- er in
o... .'..... $525
iNDS
KNABE Miznonrette, mahogan:
merely selopworn; exnuisite
tone; a gem: formerly $590
1-00; now....
S$5 A MONTH
anos Taken in Exchange
~BE
605 13th St. N. W.
II P. M.
DEN 15
PLAYING
WITH FIRE
MR. JACK INSPECTS PARIS"
AN6 P. M.
AN 15c
FLAMES OF
JOHANNIS
0UNTING OUT THE COUNT"
a Dry Goods Store or Two.
* Depend on Us to Guide
JA You Right in Refrigerators
You will hear all sorts of induce
meats offered for all kinds of Re
friserators, but the makes we carry
WE K(NOW positively are best in
every respect-and can be the
roughly depended upon. They are
cheapest because they are best.
Drip Past Fre" W11h E1ach11
Rfefigerate.
The picture illustrates a very Apartment House Model, com
popular style-with removable pact and roomy. Ice chamber
shelf and carefully finished above; white enameled provision
hardwood case. Galvanized chamber
'.".al..........$5.85 t'. ....$16.65
Lift-top style, with genuine porcelain lining; roomy provision
chamber; the most hygienic type of insulation. We have
made a special purchase, which accounts
for the very Special Price........................ .
You can arrange for credit simply for the asking.
Our Newest Folding Sulky
One of the fam
ous Heywood
make. It has steel
body; black
enamel finish
c with red stripe.
Seat and hood of
leather cloth;
nickel - plated
joints; r u b b e r
tires on wheels
and strong gear
ing.
special Valu,
$4.35
House & Herrmann
Seventh and Eye Streets.
1' It Reduce
ime and
Labori1n
- The Laundry
A plentiful upp ly of msaming hot wae is ls
test aid in reducing the labor in the laundry. in the
tchen and of all housework. Its many conveniences
:n bot weather in the bathroom and the nursery will be
appreciated by your whole family.
The quickest, cheapest and easiest wiy to sems
plenty of hot water is with a
"Vulcan" Gas Water Heater
No extra trouble, labor or heat in your kitchen. Al
ways ready and reliable day or night.
A "Vulcan" Gas Water Heater In your hems
means an a-tual saving of time, labor and money.
We will install one for you on such easy terms that
you can readily afford it.
Write or 'phone
THE GAS COMPANY
42& 10th Stree Te. N. 524. ' -'
TYPEWRITER SALE
UNDERWOODS, Nos. 4-5................ s t e
MONARCHS, Nos. 2-3.................. 1I I aa.
REMINGTONS, Nos. 10-11...............
L. C. SMITHS, Nos. 1-2.................
SMITH PREMIERS, No. 10 .............
SOME VISIBLE MACHINES AS LOW AS $17.50.
15 Remingtons and Smith Premiers.... $10
(ther I Understn.ke Mnhines ea low as a.a. -
OTE st r henna tew, .t o rd nra ar
Room 233 WOODWARD BUILDING, 15 & H Sts., N.W. Washingten.
tL-L I NGdrf

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