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Hf|>?rt: tuettle^. A PLY COLLARS [WHY PAY 25^ I DtJ-KAUFMAN (?e?C.) JlUITrf ? CLEANSPOT I0H1I901P9 SPOT REMOVER Thi* nunfloiu formal* deans anything id tb? hot of wiring Hemovea ai?t? wftbnut a trme* or stain. CLEAMPUT .? a kjmd sold la a bottle and l? *a*ilj ap plied by anyone who 'olknr* matrwrUooa Sold by dn| and depart mem utorea; *c a laCtta. TRU AD I* GOOD FOR 1? CE^TS CREDIT ON TRIAI. BOTTLE M. 6. JOHNSON IM lltfti St. \. W.. Waah.. D. C. Bat. UHW For the Best Cakes and Confections, Use Razo Flavoring Extracts and Coloring Wheleulf and Retail Razo Mfg. Co., Inc. Frank. S500. 308 10th Street N. W. "Cure Your Rupture Like I Cured Mine" 0M Sea Captaia Cored Hi* Own Rnptire After Docton Said "Operate ?r Deatfc." His RnH^r ud Bo.k Urml Frw. Captain Oollings sailed the seas for many years; then he sustained a bad double rupture that soon forced htm to not only remain ashore, but kept him bedridden for' years. He tried doctor after doctor and truss after truss. No results! Finally he was assured that he must either submit to a dangerous and abhorrent operation or dte. He did ?either: He cured himself instead. Have ta Be Cwt I p. and You Don't Have to Be Tor tared by Traa*e?." Captain Collines made a study of himself, of his condition?and at Inst he wa? rewarded by the finding of the method that so quickly made him a well, strong, vigorous and bappy man. Anyone ran use the same method; It's simple, easy. ?afe and inex pensive. Every mptured person in th?* world should nave the Captain rollings book, telling all about how he cured himself, and how any one may follow the same treatment in their own home without any trou ble. The book and medicine are FREE. They will be sent prepaid lo any rupture sufferer who will nil out the below coupon. But send ft right away?aow?before you put lown this paper. FREE HI PTI RK BOOK AMD REMEDY COL'POW. Cart. W. A. Collings (Inc.) Box 230-C* Watertown. N. T. Please send me your FREE Rupture Remedy and Book with out any obligation on my part whatever. Same ? ? Address PROJECTION Apparatus Furnished for Lectures. Colored Slides and Sets made to order. Photographs of every kind. Bromides and coloring. Get our service. iL B. THOMPSON 741 Eleventh Street N. W. Headquarters for (GRIFFIN'S SHOE POLISHES & PINE DRESSINGS Capital Shoe Findings Co. 637 F STREET N. W. Phcne Mala ? Waablarlaa. D. C. CLUB CAFE FINEST FOOD SERVICE Dinner 60C Served from 3 ta 8 P. M. Club 40r Lunch tuc Served frauua II te 2 P. M. Turkey Dinner ?er^ed Sunday from 12 ta H P. H. 80c Also a la Carte Service 1306 G St. N. W. CLOSE OPPOSES VETERANS' PLAN Amalgamation of Fighters of All Wars Regarded as Premature. Opposition to amalgamation of all war veterans of the United States, suggested in a published article re cently, is voiced in a statement issued by Comrade Claiborn S. Close, chair man of Nelson A. Miles Camp. No. 1. United Spanish War Veterans. "The question of amalgamation of veterans of all wars at this time is, to my mind, both previous and pre mature." Mr. Close declared. "The thought that prompts a new military organization at this time I do not be lieve is consistent with the tribute of reverence and respect due to those who paid the supreme sacrifice 'over there* and whose names have not yet been received. "We. as comrades of the United | Spanish War Veterans, maintain that ' their deeds of valor entitle these men to an organization to themselves after I their duty which they are. so nobly performing is completed by peace ! terms. I believe that our department : commander would have every camp within the Jurisdiction of the District ?open to the gallant young veterans, I and that they should be welcomed to | enjoy our comradeship, so that when | the ripe time arrives to form their organization we will have cemented a ! comradeship greater than ever existed before the world war." Definite action on the part of the camp is expected to be taken at the i regular meeting of the organization In Perpetual Hall Tuesday night Father of Four Sues for Absolute Divorce ! John W. Mullen filed suit vester j day in the District Supreme Court I for absolute divorce against Pearl 1 I. Mullen, charging misconduct and naming a co-respondent. i The couple were married, the pe tition states. In Rockville. Md.. in November. 1906. and have four chil dren. The husband is represented, by the law firm of Leckie, Cox and Sherrier. THE Vegetarian Cafe ?A La Carte? Lunch Served from 11:30 to 2:30 P. M. Dinner Served from 4:30 to 7 P. M. We Also Represent Kellogg's Battle Creek Foods. Vegetarian Lunch C. U. SLADE. Mar. 704 Eleventh Street N. W. "Good Morning, Judge" Human Interest Stories of I rudolj?h Police Court Happenings, j perkins They Will Tiakle. We might suggest that the next guy who gets Introduced to Bern Ice Mulligan Simmons that he look up that lady's record. Oscar Bailey failed to do this. A*id that is -why he is some $2 poorer? and oodles of dollars wiser. He met Bern ice at a dance. The girl is a regular vamp. In fact, she has it all over Theda when it comes to luring the foolish male to disaster He couldn't take his eyes off her. He was spellbound. Oh. boy, he was hypnotized for fair. He went homo, patting himself on the back. Suddenly he patted his hip pocket and it was vacant. 'Ah didn't see her git de money," he I told the court, "but Ah kin sweah ? she got it. De cops found some of It on her.*' Sure enough ihey did. They also looked up her record and found that she has picked almost everybody's pocket in Washington. If the boys and girls at Occoquan ke**> their money in their jeans, they had better look for a safer place. Because Bemice is going to visit there for two months. No Deacretlon at All. Thursday afternoon Just before din ner time, Joe Cornwell met his old friend, Sadie Nelson on the street "Hey, Sadie," he shouted, "cum mere, wanna talk to yo'." "Gwan, yo' poor nut." said Sadie, "cancha see mah husband standln' ober dere by de tree box?** "Ah doesn't care a dam 'bout yore husban'," sneered Joe. Sadie ran on home, leaving him standing there, guessing how much damage her husband could do. Joe was very much surprised and perturbed when the doorbell rang af ter supper and Fred Nelson, Sadie's hubby asked to see him. "What's dat yo' said 'bout me while ago?" demanded Fred. Joe was dumb. He couldn't utter a word. He simply stood and rolled his tongue. "Tore wife lies ef she said wot Ah said," he finally managed to blurt out. Fred shot out his fi*t and caught Joe under the/chin. Several of his teeth were loosened and both of his eyes were blacked?that is as much as they could be blacked. "No excuse at all for an assault like this," said the court to Fred. "Gotta protect mah wife en mah good name. Jedge," he said as he counted out $10 to pay the fine. Better Hurry, Al. If a man can court a woman for! ten years and not have a fuss, or get j jealous of the woman, and keep his patience all the time, he is certainly some hero. He ought not to be haled into court like Al Brady was. He was charged with smacking Lou Roberts, his sweet heart. Ten years ago. from the seat of a "gobblge" wagon. Al met l>ou and has loved her ever since. Why they never married is some thing you will have 'o ask them. It is too much of a puzzle for the sim ple-minded chap who writes this. Anyhow, the scrap occurred in a Chinese restaurant It happened be Hopkins Furniture Co., 311 7th St. N. W. BEGINNING MONDAY FOR ENTIRE WEEK SPECIAL SALE DRESSER CHIFFONIER Regular Mad e in beautiful Regular '"now" C?'J" , '"NOW1? mirrors and very at $20 .00 tractiTe design. .00 BRING THIS COUPON AND You Will Receive Credit for Another 20% Reduction ON THE ACTUAL REDUCED PRICES. Coupon Void After Feb. 22. Extra-Extra s,5?Sn'bS. .w'"". $7.50 l-STS.?" $10.00 .?".. $6.00 $18 Sample White AA $io Sample White AA Iron Bed *5?tWU Iron Bed, single.. v3?UU HOPKINS FURNITURE CO. S, 3117th St. N. W. S, cause A1 stuck hie none In hit yoka mee and then sneesed all over L?ou's new drees. "Ah has lubbed dat woman for ten yeahs, Jedge," A1 explained. "No man, Jedge. not eben yo', has eber done fo' a woman wot Ah done fo' her." "Seems to me you are are a trifle longwtnded," said the court. "Why don't you get married and settle down?" "Ah axed her to marry me eight ye&hs ago," explained Al. "En she said she would lemme know. Been waitin' eber sence." "Well " said the court, "I can't send a man like you to Jail. See it you can't make up with her. 1 will put you on parole thUs time." Al left the courtroom, but he asked l some one who was the nearest preach er, or at least It sounded like he did. | Lou went with him. Without mentioning any names, there are a lot of women in this town who are tired of their hus bands and want to get rid of them. And some of them make the fool I blunder of mistaking the police | court for the divorce court. Jessie Edwards and her hubby. I Thomas, are always fighting. Both admit this. In fact It is about all they do, both stated. Thomas was arrested and charg-. ed with threatening: to kill Jessie. [ But he didn't do anything of the! sort. But he did threaten to cut loose (from her and force her to earn her I own living. This was enough, in Jessie's opinion, to cause her to have him arrested. When she got down to brass tacks, the court made her hammer j home the fact that she really hadn't j been threatened at all. She wants cause for divorce, so j she said. She has even watched j Thomas closely every time she saw him talking to another woman. Thomas is willing to give wifeyi her "liberty bond," he said, but he lacks the price. The case was dismissed. Jessie I was warned to take her troubles to the divorce court and not worry the police courts any more. Hopes "Busted" >ow. For the past four weeks. Edna j Goodman has been telling her friends what a swell wedding she j was going to have in March. L*ast Monday. Eugene Harvey, her I fiancee, returned from the shipyards in Chester. Pa., with a pocketful of j money. The rascal never even went to | see Edna. He took off his blled : shirt, put on his old pants and in | no time was shooting craps. He lost all of his money but $14. He told his fellow bone rollers that ; they had skinned him out of $125? and a swell wedding. They laughed, j He called on Edna's pa. He tried i to explain matters, but the old man j insisted that the wedding come off t as per schedule. So did her ma. Pa finally decided that the boy needed a lesson. He took him by the seat of the pants and sat him down in the parlor. "Is yo' or alncha gwine keep yore word?" Pa Goodman demanded. "No. Ah is not"?Emgene shouted. "Ah heah's somefln wot's gwine back | me up." He yanked a big gun out j of his pocket and pointed It at Pa. Edna came in. She eoaxed and j she coaxed but the poor nut wouldn't I give up the gun. He wound up by shooting at her, missing her by a whole yard. "You were a trifle drunk when you pulled the gun. weren't you?" | the court asked Eugene. "No sah." he answered. "Je? ex- , cited. Jedge. das all." "All right." said the court. "You can serve three months." Joyrider Gets Year; Two Others Sentenced Joseph Pinzell, who on July 1 last, took an automobile belonging to Edward M. Radway and went on a Joyride, was sentenced to serve one year in jail yesterday by Chief Jus tice McCoy. Criminal Court. No. 2. Ambrose E. Mason, one of a trio that robbed High Smith on June 6 last, of $40 and a pair of shoes, was sentenced to serve one year. Antonio De Braccio, who shot Leon Tucker with a revolver on August" 31 last, during a quarrel, was sentenced to serve Ave years. Midget Gives Birth to Boy. Chicago. Feb. 15.?Mrs. Thomas v.ol mar. three and a half foot midget. Is mother to a nine-pound baby boy. Both are doing well. Formerly the Tea Cup Inn With All the Trimming j Bakery Specials Home-made Pies, Cakes, Rolls, Crullers, Etc., deliv ered to any part of city. 611 12th Street N. W. LOANS HORNING [isircrts,* zltlct Jeweuy South End of Highway Bridge. | Business Transacted Exclusively There. Take ear* at 12th Street Mi i Pennsylvania avenue, for snath end nf Highway Bridge. One ear tfeket eneh way. RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY. H. J. GERMAN CANNON AS BOND PRIZES Winning Cities in Cam paign Will Get Guns Captured by Yanks. Captured German cannon will be distributed as permanent prises to cities making: the beet showing in the Victory Liberty Loan campaign, if a resolution now before Congress is adopted. Secretary of the Treasury Glass has requested that the cannon be used for this purpose and the loan campaign workers are hoping that the resolu tion will be adopted in time to give the campaign an added impetus. Baby tanks will be used during the campaign to advance the sale ot bonds. In all 204 of these tanks, man ned by 408 men, have b#en promised the Treasury Departmeift by the Di rector of the Tank Corps of the War Department. For the Fifth Federal Reserve District, which comprise** Maryland. Virginia. W^st Virginia, North and South Carolina and the District of Columbia, there will be twenty tanks. Rarly Spring Weddlnc*. Hsvs Gitde furninh the flowers and flonl dec fWAtinn*. 1214 F St.?Ad*. WEATHER CONDITIONS. LOCAL FORECAST. District of Columbia: L'narttlsd *nd a nana what colder Sunday with fnwh north*** winda; Monday (air. Maryland and Virginia: Know in w?*. unset tled and colder in east portion with fresh north- I west wind#; Monday fair. LOCAL TEMPEAATUBES. Midnight. 46; 2 a. m., M; 4 a. m.. 41; ft a. I m., 41, 0 a. m., 40; lft a. m.. 44; 12 noon. 40; 2 p. m.. 4a 4 p. m. 41; 4 p. a.. 43. I pi BL. 41; 10 Pw m . 44. HigfaML. 46; lonit. 4ft. BeUme humidity?ft a. m., 82, 2 p. m.. 00, I p. m.. ?. rainfall (I p. m. to ft p. m.). ft.?: hours of tunahinr, 5.0; par cent of possible son shine. 46. DEPASTURES. Accumulated exoos of temperature since Jan uary 1, 1910. 4 201 excess of temperature ?nce February 1. iftiP, +35. accumulated deficiency of precipitation aance January 1. 1010, ?ft.Il; de ficiency of precipitation since February 1. ltlf, -0.08. Temperature aazue date laat year-Hl^wat, 4S; lowest. 31. OTBEK TEMPEBATUBEB. Lowest Highest last Bain yesterday, night. 8pm lail. Brwtoo. Mass ?B fls ? 0.01 C*??csftO. 111 34 34 30 ft.10 Davenport. Iowa. 30 M ? 0.02 N EURALGIA or Hoodocho? Rub th? fc>roho>d and temples with ftgar; w. ICRS VAPOR LB NEW PRICES?30c. I UJ0 DON'T EXPERIMENT WITH YOUR EYES Th?f is no necessity?we arr offering you the best optical service obtainable. EXAMINATION FREE We know the eye and its needs?a lifetime spent in its study. Nothing to take our minds away from the subject?just eyes and tbe proper treatment for them. Tke Valan we ?rr civinic In Eye Glasses and Spec tacle* are a reve lation to tke peo ple of Waohlneten and vicinity. and up. (H>ld Shell Glasses, Guaranteed 20 Years, Fitted to Your Eyes. Permanently lo cated and k?1>4 ln?r mt kmstnees on tke solid mek of astisfnetWn. Remember the Name and Number. ?843 7th St N. W. Opposite King's Palare. BERMAN OPTICAL CO. We Grind Onr Own Glnsses. City, Mo. a Cfct M New York, K Y..? Portland, M? * a ?3 34 as ? n women to fix the tax valuation ? Myiti T. Salt Lake CJtj Utah.. a TVlMo Ohio. a lis... M TIDB TABTJ* (Ctatn plied by Umtad Htate. Ooaat and i-wAkk SOTT9 ) May-Lov txfe &a tad J* pm ki?fa 9M am. and ?J ??. THE gUW AND MOON Tuda* Sun rt*a. 7 a.m.; ru ?4ft p.a Moon riant, ** P-?a; art. ?:? am. Automobile iunp? to be lighted _a< (11 ma Pasadena Cal. Fob li- -l*rron T. Horrlck, former American Axnbaasa ? a dor to FYance. who wu taken 111 her* ?o shortly after hia arrival from Cleve land. Ohio, waa practically raoov?red ?* today. Herrtck ruflered a alight at ? i tack of heart trouble. Women Get Political Job*. Kaxmm City. Kan., Feb l&.-DeapIte the national auflraire defeat, women are coming Into their own County 9h6^ ^ ^wounrt $S*l>CZOi BERT LfbRSE ino F5t*ccj. c??t you HAVE C?T LONGED TO BE WELL DRESSED ?m all teasotu. at tke ityiet vary. Doe* yemr intUnt 6rsrr appeal for dotke* in tke >o(v of today? But perkapt yam mccmi prohibit! ytm frwm karmg a complete wardrobe. Tool) need bo future worry, for Abramson Will Credit You! The family, including every member, finds Abramson ready to welcome and clothe. OPEN AN ACCOUNT ?on the? LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS Clothes for women of to day. Clothes for the "lad dies." Shoes, Hats, Fur nishings and MEN'S CLOTHING AND WEAR. H. Abramson, 7th & L Sts.N.W. Hirih's Shoe Stores, 1026-28 7th St. HIRSH'S Sale of Women's Smart Women's Shoes DEMONSTRATING that it's really worth your while to come to Hirsh's, we offer these smart new models?taken from our regular stock?offered to you in this February Sale at actually less than many dealers have to pay the factories for Shoes as good. ? There are Champagne Kids, Black Kids with white tops and colored cloth tops. Patent Leather with white kid tops, gray and champagne kid combinations, and other novelty effects. Both high and low heels. There's a wide variety to select from, but the quality is so high, the price so ridiculously low that we advise you to come early tomorrow. ?Other Convincing Values in This Sale ioo pairs of Women's Black Vici Black Lace Boots, styles with tip or plain toes, 9-inch high-cut tops, CP 2-inch Louis leather heels; $4 value; sale price... 69 pairs of Women's Patent Colt Lace Boots, dressy styles, with high-cut tops and Louis leather heels, cloth or kid lops with tipped or plain toes; $4 value; CC sale price ; 48 pairs Women's Black Vici Kid Lace Boots,,high-cut 9-inch tops, with plain toes and 2-inch Louis leather heels; white cloth tops; a most striking style combina- CC tion; $5 value; sale price 36 pairs Women's Patent Colt Short-vamp Lace and Button Boots, with 9-inch high-cut tops; Cuban heels; with dull kid or black cloth tops; tipped and plain-toe OP styles; Goodyear welt, $8.00 value. Sale price... 15 pairs of Julian & Kokenge Co. Women's Black Vici Kid, Cioodyear-welt, Lace Dress Shoes, with 2-inch Louis leather heels. Sizes 2l/t to 6 only. Genuine QP $9.00 value. Sale price 36 pairs Women's Patent Leather Blucher-style Dress Boots, with plain toe, dull kid tops and Cuban CC heels; J4 value; sale price 15 pairs Women's Gun Metal, Short Vamp, Goodyear welt, 9-inch High-cut Top Lace Boots, Cuban A or heels; $8 value; sale price ?IwJ 50 pairs Women's J. & K. Goodvear-welt Patent and Gun Metal Button Shoes with black cloth tops; with Cuban heels; medium broad toe tipped styles. Sizes 2'/i ^ A OP to 6yi. $8.00 value. Sale price * 50 pairs Women's House Shoes, tipped and plain-toe styles; flexible soles; with medium and low heels; rubber heels attached. Black vici kid, soft and pliable? #0 Qr a real comfort shoe for the house. Sale price... 150 pairs Women's Novelty Boots?champagne kid. with Louis XV heels; black kid boots, white kid tops; patent leather, with white kid tops, and gray and cham- ?0 or pagne novelty combinations. Sale price wO?OO Originators of Shoe Styles De Luxe SHOESTORES 1026-28-7? St N.W Walk a Few Blocks to Save Several Dollars.