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17th Street South of Pa. Aee. D. J. Kaufman's Man's Stores (Opern Daily 8 to 6) WE GIVE THE VALUES AND GET THE BUSINESS!!! What's all this TALK about $100 Suits and Overcoats * ?We haven't any. Son** of the talk *r heard these days remin?s us of Mark ? wait-* s famous remark: "The reports of my death hatte been greatly gerated*' We advise the average man to pay from $40 to $55 far hie winter Suit or Overcoat?this for economy sake. BUT we ujant to say right hers that a good Suit or Overcoat?one with style and merit?can be bought from us at $33*75. Right now u? A*??. a Big Drive on Young Fellers' Club Suits and Overcoats $ 33 .75 Hundreds of others in ex treme and conservative cuts at $40, $45, $48.75, $50, $55, $65 616 17th Street MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK D. J. Kaufman 1005*1007 Pa. Ava. 1005-1007 ?a. Ave. Iwrwri?wrw>rS ?? :: >IoriTie-C<T>okin? Se??-SaTrt-rice Wo Tips. ? Vnilz? (Latetena 1010 7S(i??l ?fot?ftw'?* wea *, 'Ce l'air; Ladies'. 25c l'air; Neolia vrboti Solea, ?Uc l'air; Leather. ti.00 and it S round All ?U-T rrt>aiT?D| looaa fot lome -Aork, ?-boa b r u a b e a. aboe lac?, brown or black leather es?; fcbo* pollai??; retati at acmi-wholesale . * razee. EXTRA-T?* Iba of leaHier worth $125 lb., while U ?*?? ?U h !.:*?.)? S 11? to ciatom.; Ma? Onlen Filkd The Capitnl ?h??? t--|ndlnKa C?. W K at. ow.. IMKvtie ?*!.??. SxCS Waah.. D. C. ????^?**^ ??-?J7 1300 G SI. ^ Steinwav "Pianos PUyer-PUnos VictroU? Mtaaic Music*] InsirumenU H0RRIN6 DianwfKis, Watches, Jewelry Sooth End of Highway Bridge HMSaraa Trnaaarlrt rTxrlnilTrly Tkera*. Tat??? erne* *t lzta .trr.t *m* r.aa?j iannli? af.au, far aouth ?at af Hl|rkwa7 Brlda-e. Fare 8? e*mh was. Stolen Car Recovered Ve?. Iriit the Joy-riders nearly s>ut It out of commission. My com pany would make It good if you had our policy. Fir?. Theft. Celli?!?*. Liability. JOHN ?i. PETTY, KFAL BSTATB A ISSl'KA.M?. IJTO .N.w Yotk ?.?. ?????? Una US. CLAIMS DEMURRAGE IS TRAaFFIC NECESSITY "Uemurras* and track chargea are necessary to regulate Interstate Commerce." declared E. P. Quirk, chief of the Bureau of Correspond ence and Claims, in a lecture before the Federal Traffic Association last night. In the case of common carriers, "demurrage ia trie allowance or pen alty for a greater delay than forty eipht hours for freight that is not removed from the cars. These charges are levied after the forty fight hour time limit, so that the cars may be pot into use without unnecessary delay. In region?? which are affected by strikes and other causes demurrage charge? are not levied. Some of the hin drances that the penalties have ob literated are the unnecessary hold ing In storage of explosives that jeopardize others' life and prop erty." Three members. E. E. Forbes, of the Department of Agriculture; E. ?. Troxel. of the Navy Department. and W. J. Wright, of the War De partment were appointed to the ?poetati committee which will draft j and present to the Reclassiflcation ? Commission ~*v memorandum point- ? Inp out the educational work of the association, and soliciting adequare ' recognition of traffic clerks. Aged Man Killed by Gas. Thomas .1 Latham. 76 years, giv ing with hi? son. Samuel W. La tham. ;;S I street northwest, was found dead in his room about 7:30 yesterday morning. Death w caused from a defective gap jet. Deny Stor; of Clash. The Italian Embassy declared yes terday that "it I? absolutely untrue that d'Annunzio and government troop? have fought. L?ese Has a Big Modern Optical Factory ?If you need eyeglasses come here and have them made tQ order?that is the sure way of getting the kind to meet your individual requirements. -Expert advice awaits you in Reese's modern optical depart ment. ? M. A. Leese Optical Co. 614 Ninth St PRICE MURDER TRIAL TO BE OPENED TODAY _ Selection uf a jury in the murder trial of Charles Price, colored, and hie wife, Annie l*rice. indicted for mur der in the first degree will be com pleted before Justice Gould io Climi- j nal Court So. 1 thia morning. The defendants are charged with ? ..hooting and killing Robert Smith on May .;??. i.?i\ during the progress of ? a social given at the accused's house. In Springman's Court southwest, in a dispute over money matters It is alleged the Price woman handed her husband the pistol and that he shot Smith. Attorney Jame*.?? A. O'Sjiea appears for the accused. Eleven jurymen were selected yester day WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECAST FOR TODAT AND TOMORROW District of Columbia?Cloudy and wanner to ddy, rain by nifbt; tomorrow oolder and prob ably fa.r; staili, and aoiithwe-l wiirl? increasing Mar* laud?Rain tfcday in rrpal and by tonight in east portion, warmer in rast portion ^-Tomor row co'dtr and_probn'*).r fair; south and sonili neat ?inda ? ? errasi ng. Virginia?Rain today in west and by nlgbt in cast lOrtiOaa. *.arma? today in cast portion; loni.1T. v. colder and r-rchablv fair; inrreaaing southeast and sonili winde b?oon*;n-r srst to morrow. LOCAL TEMPBRATURES Midnight, ?; ! sa., ft- 4 a.m. U; > am, g- I -m., 39; H) am. 49; 12 noon. 94: 'pe R- 4 p.m., H: 4 rvm . ?. > p m , ? I* *-,*_., ??. H?gti-w!, ?: lownt. SI. I?tfalis-, liamidily?g a.m.. 90. 2 p.m.. 53. I paa.. 06. Rainfall (I p.m. to t pro t, A. Hours of eumhine, C 0. Per oant of poauUe sunshin?, m. < - DBP-RTT-RE? Acci mutatesi elee?< of temperature unce Jan uary 1, 1919, +&?; c?cese of ta?vpantiire ainye Nosx-mber 1. 1919. +4; accumulated deficiency of i*ry-**i*a<tataOB since January 1. '.919. ?0.36; de-ficie-ncy of preci pi tati-m ranca N'osembar !, 1919, > ? 0.21. Temperatura lame data laat year? Biglieat, SI; lo-ew, 43 I OTHER TEMPERATURES Law?! Hlfheet pr?tions Bain today, night. ? ? t? tall Athesille, X C. *0 41 4? Atlanti? Ciiy. N. J.. H ? :-1 H.smarci.. ?. Dak.... 11 VI KiiHalo. N. Y. i4 M M Cincinnati, Olli?. Si M t* AU (kielend. Ohio.. M 41 ? ? m Denser. Coi. 44 ? M ? 10 Detroit. M.eh. M 4? M le* a Paao. Tei. M 3* il .. . Helena. Moat . ** "2 ? ? 40 J-cksonrille, Ra. T4 03 *l ? t* Util* Rock. Ark. MM IM Marquen?. Mich .... M IO t* dl? Munii. Fta. m '.I 7? New Orleans, La. 10 TO ? ?14 Omaha. Heb. G.? ... S 001 Phornla,, Ari/ . 00 34 M Portland, Me. a ? 49 ?alt late City. Utah 44 Jt 44 St. Paa'. ?'?>?. nt 42 a OM San FVanHacn. Cal... Il 49 GO _ Sin-taf-net-id. HL . ff ?* it 0..I Toledo. 0%?o . tss ? ?I 0.40 Videbu?, Mise. . M . ? M AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. MOORES ?kit G RIALTO 11 ?. ?.-ALL WEBK-11 P. M. Realart Presents THEATER ?th at 6 L M. Montgomery's Closxic Nov?is of American (?irl hood, the Famous "Anne" Book*, Combined in One Photoplay, Anne of Green Gables Fcalurinij ~ Mary Miles Minier aar- ADDICI) ATTRACTION -mm HECTOR GOLDSPINK, Lyric Tenor MOORE'S 9th itO STRAND 1 P. M.--ALL WEEK-11 P. M. Prices: THEATER 9th it 0 ? P. M to ?:3(? P. M.. lic-SXr ?:.!0 P. M. to U P. M.. SO.T-75?. Some Show! Don't Miss It! MACK 8JtNNKTrS YANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN AXD SENNETT BATHING GIRLS IN PERSON WITB TenEyck & Weily in Classical Dances Mile. Nadje in Art Poses "*-*: r*M ' GARDEN THEATER NINTt-U ST_BET. O AND E Po?ul?rlr ?teal? dar fr.,m 11 a. ?a. ?a It p. ?a. UETI LT> AllETD So Every Man. Woman and Tl ********* V/ V ?? Child in Washington Can See THIRD BIG WEEK "SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE" RICHARD HARDING DAVIS' MARVELOUS LOVE STORY THE PICTURE OF A THOUSAND THRILLS Hotel for Health Office; Hospital for Police Women The old Kmergenoy Hospital prop erty. Ohio avenue and Fifteenth street northwest, will be turned over to the District government for use by the police department a.?* a house of detention and to house the depart ment*.?? woman's bureau. The new quarters will have ample room for alt who may be detained durini; in vestigation of their cpjPmP. It is ex pected the police will take possession about February 1. The branch of the United States public health service now la the old hospital buildin/: will move to the Oxford Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue and Fifteenth street northwest, which will bf> vacated about January 1. AMUSEMENTS. ?. F. KEITH'S;5?; ? Co-St ir Bill o? Oonai*.- ?'??**???????G? u*e*%% ? Joe L?. M AYHKW If U W ? HD and Itiltif ami KMu-h mi??* TAYLOR ? risAHK n?ul y St Co???. witIi tuteli?? ita-? is. Hiintine ft Frai?nt. .?.,,p?t? A I.? Petit?? ?*G????*>t???; Duff? t- "Sw??ney ; "Magic ? ; laa-Mv.' ' The Uni tons. Herman A shir .??v, ?-te. lyceum 5!^'r.*Di::i5 BURLESQUE OH FRENCHY SMOKING PERMITTED \Vrr?nling Thi.rFd*> niftita IMMOTICI lAT PtOalAM | ?. ? K w? ? PALACE-+ TODAY AND ALL WEEK DOUGLAS MACLEAN IN "2y, HOURS LEAVE" Or Mmrp RatuO- l?*??>-.? "THE COURT HIT OW TIE TEA**? Ootrtmre - - - "am mmt" (?*?%) COLUMBIA ?/ULumcir TODAT AND' TOMORROW DOROTHY DALTON :IN "L'APACHE"-. TODAY'S IEST ATTRACTIONS 1> ???????????? FORKHOST THEATERS _ CI A? 0 ALLS F OT. AT TENTH Metropolitan I OD A? A Ml l:\TIRE WEEK Please GetMarried %raT*re>m ( la ?? Ir?' t?e>\ e?- Reel Pt et? riaat tan af tke KaM?*??? S|?fct Farre. Marrl?*. VIOLA DANA JAME?) AI BREI las - ammk. nrnt >,?.I.KI?s l'alke Rrsl.es Tapien wf Hey?< asrrs-s.1 Kseafa I erari amia, Mr. >nprl. ?_?*-* ClUUai lajlrtoo*! IM EMU MH Bjn Knickerbocker todat. hii.i>mm; ?-? p. m. PEG6T HYUII in "A GIIL II BOHEMIA" ???;?.?.? IM I AMI la -A fMrt Ita lick?*-..? MA4K ?'??,?? COMEDY. ?Tra l_ Air? flare.' u CECIL ? De MULE'S PRODI* ?tt??t?: MALE ?And? FEMALE COMING TO WASHINGTON WATCH FOR IT A Paramount-Artera ft Picture w TIONaL Oaly 'rl.l.'.nl.TTiT.f JII.IA J(?l I'll Sanderson Cawthorn In "THK CAXAStW.m with Doyla? ? Dlxon an? "Hnudr Khurwr I'rlrr? Kara-ai? Sa?. .Maat. Stthr ta UM ?r ars*)?? s?atj ???ir??, a I??? ?... S.? ?? 3 ?>?* ruiC?TiB>w? BILLiE -rtmmm * **> ?attrt ***} "A MUSICAL COMEDY HIT" -The Critics Said: WASHINGTON POST: The most delightful musical treat in years. Miss Day's ex quisite charm and her splendid in terpretation of the lingering tunes reminds us of "The Merry Widow" and "The Pink Lady." O WASHINGTON TIMES: It's like a breath of fresh air to greet Irene?a skyrocket success. Miss Day's charming portrayal was another Mr. Manner?' "Peg o' My Heart" with music. I ti IRENE ? WITH EDITH DAY Book by James Montgomery Lyrics by James McCarthy. Music by Harry Ttrney Staged by Edward Royce HERALD: It's difficult to overpraise "Irene." It'i an over whelming success. POLIS Mit ????? ATTRACTIONS Mata. Tkurs. aad Sat. THIS WEEK ONLY THE STAR: Miss Edith Day sing? and acts "Irene" charm ingly. "Irene" is a new musical comedy with haunting melodies and ?nappy songs cleverly staged. IRENE IS A MUSICAL "PEG 0' MY HEART" ?LES Bc*""""g Next ?jPsHLBfEBT Monday Nis-ht TV?. 2 at a arri??? ?? ???? I?? * ? "* aaaal I". Raw < ??.a.???<-?. aaa ?Swrrl? C.eat*? ?aaaaal asaalral r.a*?v QfWA THE CAST: Frank Mflnt-irr ?*? > on pf?f*hfr kl-a frw -Tb?? Tra-trltnc '-ilronii ** Orli ( ?MBlacham?hUkml ?airi rmwrn rdlraar aa the KHth ('Irralt. Oarar Shums?tmre-uamet. ja tra I le la Aaarrtra. aa tho??? ?aba amar alai la "L-ra** ?? It ta Jaae.** arili aatr?*e. Jaae Rlrfcaril aaa aae af Mr. t aaaataea.*a -?*.*?? - a *anraaaallt>. lataMr, aaaff?*-rir^l. tirante E. Mark ? rkirr ?raiara'lna aba art aff "Thr ????-,?. r Haar."* P. S.?Seat? today._ mm rrmm.mmo-AeTmmt.-oo** Taalsrril. *-:TW?? Pa.?.. ?1 Mat. Thar*. MRS. H1M1? n. HARRI*? OwTrrw "When a Man's a Man" A Play by ?? IMarri Rabrrtfcaa nail KHVaara (?ar-riaa. Nrxt Maaria-r Kvr.?--?rat? Naw WASHINGTON OPERA COMPANY EDOUARD ?I.BIO?.'. Illrrrl.r ??FAUST" la ITaallak _ MIIEITBEUSCO S??, DIRETTI* ?X MESSRS, SHTBERT Cur un frena-}; At t ? Ifanediatelr l>*^'?iJine ??-t E gajem*r.?. the r^la-x'rt Tke-?-tarr. ? "? ? DA VI It* UEL-tM/O haai LENORE ULRIC In THE MIN ????????.?: X Sem PU? bf George Scu-borouc". and Parid Whisky-Beer-Wine ? OowpWte lonouUi aid instru?-liona for ta?h?* at han? ryt ?lita?;, ml beer?, ?ad eben.-e ?m.?. ? iniJudinf ?iekiifi and ?fermine toc-*. ati.L 1*^?** - pared hy ai*? formerly id brewine aud _u*-ti l"*f DuatBctB Ben! p*od?--*tio ?ubatttute?, motoflk* | rule? formula? may be laafull) ?mt throng ? mail?. Scat on rece?ro ot %??~cbn-fc. mvury ?order. ca_h or etaiupa National Prohibai m Art '?. perniila nie o? Utfuor formuUa until Jaauan ?*. 19?. ?, ?ALTIMORE ????? COMI'AS. V. De-pa. ?. BAJ.TIMORR. MD. LetCuticuiraBe Your Beaut)' Doctor t?r^rrA-^SSSVtt??^-?" FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS