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: ?Priced the Lowest They Can Be Sold For
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What does tliat mean to you? Simply that you can have the best qualities of foods at
ju^t -about what vou frequently have to pay for inferior qualities elsewhere. Do you want
.THE BEST on that basis?
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BIG GROCERY VALUES TODAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY.
lona Tomatoes: ......3 cans, 25c
Double-tip Matches. . .7 boxes, 25c
Quaker Toasted Corn
Flakes*.... pkg- fc
Force. pkg-> 10c
Evaporated Apricots lb., I2j^c
Prunes, 90-1 OOs lb., >c
Broken Rice lb., 3C
Sultana Lima Beans can, 10c
Clothes Pins 100 for 12c
Washboards each, 35c
lona Baked Beans. can, 7c
Norwegian Soused
Mackerel can, 12}4c
Bull Head Catsup. .. .3 bottles, 2?c
Reckitt's Blue pkg., 4c and 8c
Laundry Starch 2 lbs., 7c
BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, Lb., 4'Ac
DIAMOND -C-HAMS,
Hickory-Smoked, Sweet and Tender,
in Sinmali and Mediom SSzes, Lb
18c
;UECT IRISH POTATOES, Pk, 27?
e A&P FLOUR
g 3+-lb. sack 1 lc
is 7-lb. sack /. 21c
35c
70c
: $5.50
1-16 bbl..
1 bbl....
s hull barrel
Uv
?%*
EGG SALE
Brookfield Eggs,
Selected for size and TP
guaranteed 1L
Fine Table Eggs
From nearby farms, dozen.
Delicious Cheese,
lb
!C
10c
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Best Creamery Butter, Lb., 36c
Big Main Store, 607 7th St. N.W.
ALEXANDRIA STOR^^KIXp STREET.
Visit Our
Premium
Parlor,
810 F St.,
and See the
Beautiful
Gifts.
f|?
Lead
in Showing
tlie N?w
Apparel
Prices
Always
Lowest.
The Women's Store, 1109 G Street.
Another Purchase of
!i!
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At $17JO
liegwzr $27.50
At $25.
$37.50
V
V&Mes.
At $29.50
Regular $55*
HERE is a story back of this sale?another manifestation of the wide-awake methods
fl of the Women's Store. Several of the manufacturers whose lines we handle of
\Xjyfered us their samples. We were glad to get them?it affords us an opportunity
Nn-"7 to oiler our patrons an extraordinary value just when it would do the most good.
?These Suits are in velvet, broadcloth, matelasse, poplin, etc. All exclusive models. Our
personal guarantee is back of every suit.
% ?.#*<*
Special Sale of Coats<
The women all say we have the large >t and best showing of coats in this city. They
are distinctive in models and fabric For Kridav and Saturday we're offering these big
>i?ecial?. .
. t * a ? ?' ? > * * * * '
. *???$? < c?- ?> ? r
Ai $'!6.95 'At' $15 At$25&$29.50
W alking Coats, in checks
and plain materials.
Xew arrivals in White
( hinchilla: Yerv Smart.
Handsome Dress Coats; in a
wide range of beautiful fabrics.
HEAD OF ALI, PLAYERS RENTED $2,- PER QUARTER
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CHASE'S
Your Desire for Music Is Surely Strong
Enough to Make the Small Investment of
$2.00 PER WEEK
To Apply Toward the Purchase of a
New Full Scale 88-Note
Player at $325.00
PIANOS--Special Fall Reductions?$100 UP
Our Player-Pianos will satisfy your natural DESIRE lor music, no matter whether
your taste runs toward popular or classical music. Not only does it provide enjoyment
for ever)' occasion, but it will ih many cases prove a distinct advantage to the piano stu
dent.
Our new scale players are masterpieces of tlie mechanical mind; a little familiarity
with the expression device makes you a skilled pianist.
Now is the tifne to purchase and get our special fall prices. Call today and have
our new P'avers demonstrated to you.
.1." Hall Chase Piano Company,
"FACTORY WAREROOMS,"
1307 G .. STREET NORTHWEST.
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First December Week to Be
Busy One for Votes for
Women Advocates.
Announcement was made today at suf
fragist headquarters here of the pro
gram for the annual convention of the ;
National American Woman Suffrage As- :
sociation, which convenes formally De
cember 1 at the New Masonic Temple, ;
and which is expccted to bring about,
1.000 suffragists fmm all parts of the
United States to Washington.
The suffragist convention is to open on
the same day as the regular session of
Congress, and is planned by the suffra
gists to mark the opening of an active
campaign to get the Senate and House
to pass the pending constitutional amend
ment giving nation-wide woman suffrage.
According to the program given out to
day, the credentials committee is to be
In session all day Saturday. November
2!?, at the Hotel Bellevue to pass on the
credentials of delegates, and the execu
ti\e committee of the association is to
meet Saturday night al i> o'clock at the
Bellevue.
Mass Meeting Sunday.
Sunday, November :?0, a mass meeting
is to be held at 3 o'clock in the after
noon at the Columbia Theater, with Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw, president of the_ as
sociation, presiding. The president of the
District Suffrage Association, not yet
elected, is to deliver an address of wel
come. and Mrs. Solon .Jacobs, president
of the Alabama Suffrage Association, is
to respond. There are to be addresses
by Miss Jane Addatns, State Senator
Helen Ring Robinson of Colorado and
by three or four other women on indus;
trial conditions.
The executive committee is to meet on
the morning of December 1. and the tirst
business session of the convention is to
be held in the afternoon. In the evening
a celebration of the winning of the vote
by women in Illinois is to be held. ^ The
speakers are to Include Mrs. Grace W ilbur
Trout, Mrs. Sherman K. Booth, Mrs.
Katherine Waugh McCullough, Mrs. Ella
S. Stewart, Mrs. Medill McCormick. Mrs.
Antoinette Funk, while Miss Lucy Burns
is to speak on the national amendment
and Dr. Shaw is to deliver her annual
address.
The question of adopting a new con
stitution is to come up Tuesday morning
at a business session, and in the after
noon there is to be a conference on
methods, led by Mrs. Arthur Livermore
of Yonkers. N. Y. In the evening the
National Men's League for Woman Suf
frage, headed by James Lees Laid law
of New York, is to have charge of the
program. . . .
Reports from the different state suf
frage organizations are to be made yetJ
nesdav morning, followed by new. busi
ness and a conference on methods, led
bv Miss Helen Eacker of Kansas In
the afternoon the program lor 1914 is
to be taken up, and in the evening there
is to be a special program arranged
by Mrs. J. T. Bowen of Chicago.
Have Places on Program.
Features of this program are to be
addresses by Judge Julian Mack, now
of the Commerce Court, but formerly
of the Chicago juvenile court; by Judge
Harry Olsen of Chicago, by Miss Laud
Minor, probation officer of New York
city and by R^iss Katherine Davis,
superintendent of Bedford reformatory,
New York.
Business sessions are to be held
Thursday morning and afternoon, and
In the evening there are to be ad
dresses by Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt,
president "of the International Suffrage
Alliance, and bji Mrs. Thomas Hepburn,
president of the Connecticut Suffrage
Association.
A congressional hearing is planned
for Friday morning, and in the after
noon the executive committee is to
meet. The convention will be closed
with a meeting of the official board
Friday evening.
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, jr., of Phila
delphia is In general charge of the ar
rangements for the convention.
MANY WILL DISCUSS
CONSERVATION PLANS
First General Meeting of Dele
gates Here Since White
House Gathering in 1908.
Delegates from every state in the
Union, representing states, counties,
municipalities, educational institutions
and national organizations of various
: kinds, it is expected, will attend the
j fifth National Conservation Congress to
j be held in Washington November 18,
j 19 and 20. A large number of the dele
. gates appointed to represent various
institutions and organizations reside in
the District of Columbia.
The meeting next month will be the
first general gathering of conserva
tionists in the National Capital since
the conference of governors, in which
the National Conservation Congress
i had its inception, held at the White
House In 1908. The executive commit
tee has determined to devote the
greater part of the ?>rogram of the con
gress to forest and water power con
servation. the subjects with which the
movement began.
List of Delegates.
Delegates who are residents of the
District of Columbia, already appointed,
are as follows:
Albert M. Read, American Warehouse?
j men's Association: D. A. Smith, District
j : of Columbia Paper Manufacturing Com
i j pany; Representative Scott Ferris, Repre
j sentative Claude Weaver, Representative
Bird S. McGuire. Senator T. P. Gore and
Senator Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma:;
William H. Baldwin and W. T. Denison.
National Municipal League; Representa
tive C. O. Lobeck, Representative Silas
i X. Barton, Senator G. M. Hitchcock. S< n
| ator George Norris. Representative
Charles H. Sloan. Representative John
A. Magulre. Representative Moses P.
Klnkald and Representative Dan V. Ste
phens of Nebraska; Representative M.
O. Leighton of New Jersey; John F.
Shat'roth, Denver Chamber of Commerce;
H. E. Wills, Brotherhood of Locomotive
l Engineers: Joseph A. Holmes, David
White and C. D. Walcott, Geological So
ciety of America: E. W. Donn, jr., Na
than C. Wyeth. Leon E. Dessez.
F. B. Pyles, J. R. Marshall and
Glen Brown, American Institute of Archi
tects; Prof. J. E. Pope, American Eco
nomic Association; Dr. Carl L. Alsburg,
'American Chemical Society; George C.
i Shaffer, Washington Chamber of Com
! merce; Charles L. Parsons. American
Chemical Society: J. Harry Cunningham.
' Commissioner O. P. Newman. R. B. Beh
i rend. R. A. Bogley and Roy C. Claflin,
i Washington Chamber of Commerce; Wll
! liam D. Stephens. University of South
! Carolina: M. M Flannery and Henry B.
F. Macfarland. National Tax Association:
John P. Heap. American Humane Asso
ciation; J V. Craig, National Hay Asso
ciation: Harry P. Letton. Lincoln, Neb.;
George Shira-s. Gilbert H. Grosvenor. H.
M. Smith and F. V. Coville, National
Geographic Society-; Mrs. Leonard H. Wil
der. Woman's National Rivers and Har
bors Congress; Mrs. Foster Elliott, Cali
fornia Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs.
William E. Andrews. General Federation
of Women's Clubs: Miss Ellen c. Lorn
i-ard, Mrs. Giles Scott Rafter and Mrs
Last Week of Big Drug Store Sale
Saturday Night We Turn Over Our 9th and D Sts. Store to the Central Drug Co.
If you haven't been in to take advantage i f our sacrifice prices be sure and come in within the next three days it you want to
share in this wonderful harvest of bargains. Never were drugs and drug store articles sold so low before. Remember Saturday is the
last day at 9th and D sts. Bring your list of wants before the closing hour.
9th & D Sts. Until Saturday Night?904 G St. Until Balance of Stock Is Sold.
ioc Old Dutch
Cleanser,
3 for 20c.
5c Fels
Naptha
Soap,
3 for 1 lc
5c Ivory
Soap,
3 for 11c.
ioc Crepe
Toilet Paper,
4 for 21C.
$1 H. S.
Warn pole's
Cod Liver Oil,
39?.
75c Bay Rum,
Bottles,
*7c.
25c Witch
Hazel,
Bottles,
14c.
$1.50 Bath
Sprays,
89c.
2^c Mum,
l8c.
$2.50 Bath
Sprays,
$1.09.
$1 Package
Gillette
Blades,
79c.
Hair Tonics. |$2&$3RaZOrS,
25c Danderine 1?c
75c Sage and Sulphur1 Hair Tonic.29c
75c Blake's Sage Hair Tonic 4*.?e
50c Herpicide, bottle 39c
2~?c Liquid Shampoo Soal l>rlc
50c Hay's Hair Health 31c
50c Package
Gillette
Blades,
39C.
35c Daggett
& Ramsdell's
Cold Cream,
27c.
25c Daggett
& Ramsdell's
Cold Cream,
l8c.
25c Aubrey
Sisters
Beautifier,
l8c.
Fresh Drugs and Patent
Medicines.
35c Sugar Milk 22c
25c Boric Acid, lb 16c
25c Phosphate Soda, lb 16c
25c EfT. Phosphate Soda 17c
25c EfT. Kisseng?*n 17c
25c Eft. Vichy 17c
10c Regua Charcoal Tablets Gc
25c Seidlitz Powders 14c
50<? Peroxide, pint Ilk:
25c Peroxide Sc
English Tooth
brushes
35c Celebrated Dupont Tooth
brushes 21c
40c & 50c Dupont Toothbrushes...24c
25c Toothbrushes 11c
Wade & Butcher,
Wostenholm,
TXL Razor.
The Pipe Razor,
Kanner's Blue
Steel,
And hundreds of
others.
EVERi" RAZOR
GUAR A NTEED
TO GIVE PER
FECT SATISFAC
TION.
$2.00 Self Honing Razor Strop:
made of genuine horse hide and
porpoise hide 98c
35c Durham Demonstration Razor,
29c
Hairbrushes and Combs
$1.50 English Bristle Hair
brushes 79c
$1 .50 Professional Hairbrushes;
the kind used by hairdressers:
it won't break the hair 0*c
fiftc Ladies' Round-edge Combs.. .30c
75c Indies' Round-?-dge Combs.4'.*?*
40c Gents' Combs 24c
35c Gents' Combs "-'lc
25c Gents' Combs 17c
25c Fine Tooth Combs 10c
25c Kolvnos,
Tooth
Paste,
I >C.
Bathbrushes.
$1.00 Bathbrushes .* 59c
75c Bathbrushes 39c
50c Bathbrushes 19c
Talcum Powders
15c Queenall Talcum Powder.? ?c
15c Mennen's Talcum 12c
15c Sozoderma Talcum 9c
50c Best Violet Talcum ^ ,
Powder, %-lb. box -*?4
25c Arbutus Talcum, lb. can.. A
25c Violet Talcum, lb. can 1
25c Corylopsls Talcum, lb. can 1
25c Roger & Gallet's Rice Pow
der 18c
75c Bsidger Shaving Brushes..39c
lOe Styptic Pencils 4c
Manicure Articles.
$1.0<? Manicure Scissors 4:9c
35c Nail Files, long 19c
2.">c Nail Files 11c
15c Blackhead Remover.s 7c
15c Steel Tweezers 7c
10c Emery Boards 3c
Soaps Reduced
Wc Oriental Corylopsis Soap-> 3 Cakes,
10c Oriental Rose Soap 1 ~ 4
10c Oriental Sandalwood...] / ] (*
10c Oriental Violet Soap > u M
Hot-Water Bottles
Fountain Syringes
at Sacrifice Prices.
Guaranteed for 2 years.
$2.00 Hot-water Bottles 98c
$2.50 Hot*water Bottles $1.09
$1.50 Fountain Syringes.: 7'.?c
$2.50 Fountain Syringes $1.;;9
$2.00 Fountain Syringes *1.08
50c Syringe Tubing 29c
50c Pcbeco
Tooth
Paste,
31c.
Tooth Powder & Paste
25c Tooth Powder lie
25c Lyon's Tooth Powder 15c
25c Calox Tooth Powder 18c
25c Kolynos Tooth Paste 15c
35c Absorbent
Cotton,
I90.
Shaving Soaps
Williams' Shaving Soap Be
Colgate's Shaving Soap 5c
25c Williams' Shaving Stick....17c
25c Colgate's Shaving Stick 20c
35c Whisk
Brooms,
24c.
Si Bath
brushes,
59c.
Perfumes.
Colgate's Soaps.
Glycerine 1 3
Oatmeal I for
:=j 19c
Brown Windsor
Honey
15c English Glycerine Soap.
Pears', cake
like
..7c
$2 oz Mary Garden; ^ oz 72c
50c White Rose
50c Lilac
50c Jockey Club
50c Lily of the Valley...
50c Wood worth's Blue
Lily Extract
50c Carnation
75c Violet Extract, oz 39c
$1 Neuya Extract, oz 49c
One
Ounce,
29c
35c Java
| Rice Powder,
24c.
25c Dobell's
Solution,
>3C
25c Liquid
Sodamint,
13c.
50c Elcaya
Cream,
34c
25c Castile
Soap,
Large Cakes, i
12C.
$1 Syrup
Hypophosphite
Compound,
59c
50c Pompeian
Massage
Cream,
is'
50c Hind?
Honey Almond
Cream,
31C
27c.
hi mini" imimmtm*
75c Beef,
Iron, Wine,
Bottle,
29c.
$1 Rheumicide,
The (ireat Rheuma
tism and Blood
Purifier,
iQc.
? 111 n 1111 inn
Special Importance
attaches now to the
Receivers' Sale of the
Stock of Furniture.
The Referee in Bankruptcy has urged upon the Re
ceivers to make increased eifort to accomplish the comple:
clearance of this stock without further delay.
You'll find the Bankruptcy Prices
extraordinarily interesting
Same as you have always found the Stumph & Lyford
stock of exceptionally high character. Contrast the two?
the little that's to pay, and the great value it buys under
these circumstances?and if there's a single, solitary Furni
ture need in your home?NOW IS THE TIME TO SUP
PLY IT. And NOW means RIGHT NOW.
Stumph & Lyford Buildings,
631 to 639 Massachusetts Avenue (Just East of 7th Street).
ran Henry White,
Po Loving,
Arthur A. Birnev. National Congress of
Mothers; Mrs. F. H. Newell, Mrs. Lycl:a
A. Williams and Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher,
Woman's National Rivers and Harbors
Congress; Dr. W. Stratton. American
Society for Testing Materials; Howard
Sutherland. International League for
Highway Improvement; Charles Herbert
Stockton, George Washington University;
Rev. J. C. Elliott. Albany College; Rev.
I'lygses G. B. Pierce. Willis J. Fowler and
Samuel S. Ashbaugh, Hillsdale College:
Josepidne Arnold Rich. International
Sunshine Society; Judge H. M. Clahaugh
and Paul B. Dunbar. Pennsylvania Col
lege; Mrs. A. D. Pearce, Woman's National
Rivers and Harbors Congress; Mrs. A. B.
Cummins, Iowa Federation of Women's
Clubs: Mrs. Janet Richards, Mrs. James
Lansburgh. Miss Klizabeth Brown, Mrs.
J Kdson Briggs and Mrs. Kills Logan,
District of Columbia Federation of Wom
en's Clubs; Mrs. Horace W. Towner
Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs; J. S.
Dunnigan and Alexander T. Vogelsang,
San Francisco. Cal.; Mrs. Foster Elliott,
California Federation of Women's Clubs;
Mrs. William F. Hancock, Mrs. Sarah
Croissant, Mrs. Ralph Kahn, Mrs. Arthur
Ramsay. Mrs. William D. Bi^elow. Mrs.
Augustus Knight and Mrs. Joseph James,
District of Columbia Federation of Wom
en's Clubs: Miss Mary I). Carter, Mrs.
s>arah A. Clemons, Mrs. Carl Smith, Mrs.
Mary L. Johnson and Mrs. Lida Lair,
Woman's National Rivers and Harbors
Congress; Isaac Reynolds Hitt, Ernest
Francis Burchard and Harrison East
man Patten. Northwestern University;
Cyrus Cline, Hillsdale College; Carl A.
Carlson. Charles C. Yates, Arthur Cole
Spencer and Owen Burt French, Case
School of Applied Science: Charles Ed
ward Munroe. George Washington Uni
versity: Clyde Kelley, Muskingum Col
lege- Representative Edward Gilmore;
l?r L. S. 1 Jo we. American So?iet> of
Political and Social Science: Gen.- Wil
liam H. Bixby, American Academy of
Political and Social Science; Prof.
Henry S. Graves, Yale University:
Lieut Col. W. C. Langfitt; Senator T.
E. purton; Representative Thomas C.
Thaciier; P. S. Ridsdale. Lehigh Uni
versity. South Bethlehem. Pa.; Fred
erick H. Newell, Massachusetts Insti
tution of Technology: Thomas H. Tul
ley, Durango, Col.: Cuno H. Rudolph,
Balthasar H. Meyer and P. I'. Claxton.
American Academy of Political and
Social Science.
DISTRICT MUST PAY COST
OF DETAINING PRISONER
Controller of Treasury Bules in Case
of Delahousaye, Held in
New Orleans.
The costs of detaining a man named
Delahousaye, discharged from the Louis
iana state prison, and held upon the re
quest of the chief of police of the District
of Columbia, cannot be paid out of the
appropriation for the expenses of United
States courts, generally, because special
appropriation is made for the expenses
of the District of Columbia. Tiie sheriff
of the parish of Baton Rouge, La., must
look to the authorities of the District of
Columbia for reimbursement of his bill of
S44.4<t. and not to the I'nited States mar
sh 1! at New Orleans.
The pv|i?n" ?? oi ;t "Marsha! i'i
serving a warrant of arrest upon Dela
housaye and of taking him before a
United States commissioner at New Or
leans after the United States commis
; sioner at Baton Rouge refused to act in
I the case will be paid by the United
States marshal, providing the commis
| sioner at New Or'eans was the next
i nearest official of that title. These are
I decisions of the controller of the Treas
ury, George E. Downey.
Delahousaye was under indictment in
the courts of the District of Columbia
when rt leased from the state prison.
When taken by the sheriff of Baton Rouge
parish before the I'nited States commis
sioner at Baton Rouge, the latter hold
that he had no Jurisdiction. The pris
oner was then taken to New Orleans by a
deputy marshal.
Victor Ixiisel, United States marshal
stationed at New Orleans. Inquired
whether to pay the bills incurred. Tne
controller ruled that only the deputy mar
shal was entitled to be paid out of the
funds in his control.
MERRIAM REFUSED DIVORCE.
California Judge Grants Army Of
ficer's Wife Alimony, However.
SAN FRANCISCO. October Judge
Graham of the superior court has re
fused a divorce to Capt. Henry C. Mer
riam, U. S. A., from Bessie Merriam.
and allowed the wife $75 a month for
separate maintenance. Merriam had al
leged misconduct with Maj. Clarence
Murphy, then on the staff of the gover
nor of Ixiuisiana. at Jackson barracks.
Maj. Murphy came from Paris to testi
v 'or Mrs Merriam.
Marshma llow Walnut,
Maple and Caramel Nut, and
all the standard flavors.
In round can, $1.20 per pal.
In round can, 70c per half gal.
Individual Brick, $1.50 per
gal.; 85c per half gallon.
HOME ICE CREAI
COMPANY,
Phone N. 4336=37
BALTIMORE & OHIO
EXPRESS TRAINS
"Every Hour on the Hour"
To aid from
BALTIMORE
WEEK DAYS
Tickets Good ob All Train
$1.75
ROUND TRIP
TICKETS GOOD TWO MATS,
Including Date of Sale.
$1.25
ROUND TRIP
TlrkrtN Good Golnic oa Saturdays
and Sunday*. Good Rcturalag
Vatll ?iOU A. M. Train, Monday
luclutle.
Shctect IfcuMefl!
Get tho Original and Gtnuina
HORLICK'S
MALTED MILK
Tho Food-drink for All Ages.
fur lufauta. Invalid* atul Growing Children.
I'uru N uuitlou. no-building ibe whole body,
invigorate* tke nuralns mother and tke aged,
bleb milk. malted ttralo. la powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a min
ute. Take no substitute. Ask for
HORLICK'S.
KOT IN ANT MILK TEL'ST.
To Be Guests at Oyster Roast.
Adolphus (lude, Theodore Diedrieh and
Fred H. Kramer, memliers of the Flor
ists' Club, who have just returned from
a trip abroad, will be guests of honor
of the club at an oyster roast to be held
at Kagles' Hall next Tuesday night. Ar
rangements for the feast are being made
by a committee composed of Kdward S
Schmid. kllmer C. Mayberry and George
I?alg!ish.

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