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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1012.
BEMOCRATS HERE PLAN TO MARCH IN MAUBURALPARME Question of Permanent Headquarters in Capital 1 Discussed by Club. Celebration In honor of the recent Democratic lclory will bo held by members of the 1'nst WmhlnKlon Demo cratic Club this miner at 20) Second street, when plans "111 be made for or ganizing marching ilubs to take part In the InauRtiinl rurude next March. At a meetlnis of membcrH of the YounR Men's Democratic Club last night plans for appearing In tho Inau Kural parade next spring wcru discussed. Considerable dltcusslon as held over the suggestion ti at ork ho commenced now tor tho n l Presidential cam paign In 1816. The mutter of maintain ing a permanent lieudouartcrs hero In tho city was also taken up William McK riioton, secretary of the club, pointed out thead antages whli.li would accrue to the Democrats by tlulr establlshlnir headquarters here, and said he believed other parties would follow the example cet bi the Democrats. Chairman McCoombs as said to be In favor of the project The drcBs of mi mbers of the tlub for the Inaugural parade, as decided upon tentatively last nlht. will be silk hats, dark coats, light trousers, and walking sticks. SH0WSAPITALHA8 78,172DW:LLINGS Average of Three to Family, Not Counting Bachelors and Boarders. In a population of probably 3 per cent moro than 331,009 (tho ..gurcs of the 1010 census), there aro 78,.72 duellings In Washington. This Includes houses, flats, and apartments, not ulto all of them occupied. This ghes In Washington an average of about three persons to tho fnmlly, excepting a host of bachelor maids and bachelor men, who make their homes with bi others, sisters, and parents A vast army of boarders aro also ex cepted. Tho count of habitations was made by the city letter carriers, who were In structed to compile a list of all possible i stops on tlulr Tnall routes. Tho figures ' aro just In I In addition to the habitations, there are 6,201 offices where mail is delivered dnlly. I The count was made to determine an I approximate maximum of stops to b made by a letter rnrrler on his route. This Information will be of use In mak ing asslgnmens of carriers to handle the vast crush of Christmas mall. FORT IYER' OFFERS ATTRACTIVE EVENTS FOR RORSE LOVERS Season of Exhibition Drills Will Be Opened on Fri day, November 29. Washington society will hac more ubundant opportunity than ever this winter to pu trlbuto to Tort Mjer's equestrian expel ts Members of the "horsey set" will be keenly Interested In the schedule of exhibition and com plimentary drllN which has been Issued b.- Captain I-elloy Kltlnge. of the l'lf teenth caalr. The llrst ngulni exhibition drill will lm held In the riding hall at Tort Myer at .'3H 11 cluck Kilda afternoon, No vember 'J?, and will he followed at 8 o'clock with a special complimentary drill glvtn by the post commander. Col. Joseph oni rani, of the I'lflcenth cavalrj for the members of the Din trlet Nation l fluard To the latter event the t,ene ral public Is not Invited. The same program will bo followed on l'rlda. December 6 On evcrv Krl elay afternoon the leafier drills will be given to the central public commencing 'at 2 J) o'clock roi.ns cauhi: iir.ADACiin a chip. I.AXATIV i: IIHOMO Qiilnlni- rrmovfi th I nu There U nnlj one"UI!OMO QUININE Look fur tlinature of IX W UHOV c Sc. c::M.lmd The Women's Store, 1109 G Street The Women's Store The Store That Pleases No matter from what viewpoint you consider the Women's Store, it will measure up to your every demand. It is the store of Exclusive Styles and Mod erate Prices. OUR FUR DEPART MENT BUSY. Our Fur Department won instant popularity. Women are now offered the choicest furs at rea sonable prices. Elegant Red Fox Sets, special $35 Handsome Black Fox Sets $35 and $45 Genuine Mink Stole and Muff $70 Russian Pony and Baltic Seal Coats, $45, $65 and $100 Unmatchable Values in Smart Suits. at $19.75 Regular $30 Values. at $25.00 Regular $40 Values. Two special lots of Suits in the smartest models shown this season. In all the most desirable fabrics. Two Big Values In Stylish Coats. ' $12.95 at $16.95 Regular $20 Values. Regular $30 Values. Mannish Box Coats in boucles in navy, black, and brown. Smart two-toned boucles and astrakhan coats. Hundreds of beautiful sample Waists in Chiffon and Charmeuse, made to sell for S7 and S8, special $3.98 New Lingerie Waists, $2 value $1.00 fi h'ir " il fPPWK fj-300 1-lb loae3 to the barrel. When Your Grocer Tries To Substitute some other brand of flour for "CREAM BLEND" he is not giving you a "square deal." If you're particular con cerning our bread, cakes, and pastries it will pay to INSIST on haing CREAM BLEND FLOUR at yoi ii c,itoci:rt s B.B.EARNSHAW&BRO. Wholesalers, k NSHAW&BRO. in ik; lion nth it k. II iKai li.ij M u at II NEW COLONIAL HOMES 1226 to 1238 Maryland Ave. N. E. $300 CASH-BALANCE MONTHLY $4,500 to $4,975 Conmltatlon at Office Free 1 ffif Special Todar 1 P and tomorrow J Tl ncrlees nf u,peili PIIUK I. el ub xninlnii jour own or om child h e) frei (itmt.iiiu-iil i)cghiiaes nr npee,taeles onl Jl im, w'thout n doubt ttorlh ti nr rriue Hlfiical KliUhes m ne inlci Call nt oftlec Pall) 8 u m to 0 p m Sunelu), 0 n m to IJ m MACEY'S SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS M2-W1 (1 St N V. Vonr Fyei Examined FltEE Six nnil plslit looms anil batli. Jlurdnood tlnluli throughout, l'.lectrlc IlKlitK Large lot with 45 fet of parking to alley, raniueiiv flooring Double pori hes, 7 by 1(1 feet. Holland window shades SIde-o en gas ranges. Kxtra largo closets Mirror doors 1'loors planed and oiled P.ued strcetB und sidewalks Itoom for gat age- oi stuble Tho stlcs of Iiousch Open Daily and Sunday and Lighted Until 9 P. M. Man land nenuo Is one of the llnest stretts In northeast, and homes at above prices are seldom to be h id Don t miss this chance Come out before too lute. H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO. 1314 F Street N.W. TjSIP&HDHHiBtHk liMBh iriffh iff imn m iflfflff II I II ' ' Thanksgiving Bargains in Furniture! This Exact Guaranteed NICKELED RANGE Complete With Upper Warming Shelf $19.50 A Range that will give the limit of ser vice and satisfaction. It outclasses many of the high-priced ranges so extensively adver tised. Cast-steel con struction; nickel trim med; heavy skirting; large oven and grate, with upper warming shelf. Ml' K This Exact $28 Quartered Oak Buffet $1 0.75 18 A Very MaMc Co lonial Ilunit. like rut. hund-pollsnid iuartr ed oik eared top. large I'rencli pi He plush-llmd d i a v, e i etui deep cupboard fv lai test 1 1 4ilP I One Week Then Thanksgiving If there is anything needed to complete the furnishing of your home get it here riow while these SPECIAL .UNDERSELL ING BARGAINS hold good. You can pay for what you buy a lit tle at a time as your conve nience permits. This Exact $29.00 Quartered Oak Three-Mirror Top China Case $1 7-75 quartered Oak Chln. CrlMi'. full snell front, three -mirror top, ented claw fett. bent Klass ends An extra fepeclal value. This Exact $12.50 Full Nickeled Heating Stove $6.75 A stove that is as substantial as it is attractive. Built in the latest and best manner of the finest cast steel and full nickel trimmed. It has the latest style grate and dampers and the most improved fire-resisting lining. Large isinglass door. It will brighten your room during the long winter evenings. This Exact $19.50 Side board $12-75 Nicely rinlnhed Oak Sideboard curved top. larue French plutr minor, deep cupboard and largo linen drawer, an un usual barcaln. e Prc-Thanksgiving Special Set of Six Nickel-Finished Steel Nut Picks & Nut Cracker, in Neat Case, for 13c Just nliat jnu ni ed for tho Than k'sUliiR and other win ter feat The nix Nut ricks and Nut Crack er are of nickel llnlHlud ntecl, and all nrc pack ed In .i neat case None sold dealers N o n o nt C O D l'leasc brine exact chance lie.. -.J This Colonial Quartered Oak Rim, Heavy Pedestal Extension Table and Six Genuine Boston Leather Seat, Box Frame Claw Foot Dining Chairs for . . nedvy rtuebidi $19.75 i -J Get One of These Popular Mission Suites Now! Enough to Supply All Who Wish to Profit by This Extraordinary Furniture Value. These Four Handsome Pieces Table, Rocker, Armchair and Side Chair, Covered in Boston Leather, $1 3.75 Four massive pieces, ex actly as illustrated. De signed on true mission lines, built of selected kiln-dried solid oak; finished in rich early English. Every joint is mortised and glued, and the construction is fully guaranteed. The Rocker, Armchair, and Side Chair are upholstered in genuine Boston leather. The Table has large top and lower ' shelf, with magazine and book rack. You 11 want one of these suites. ( (ISn ilPwt - E w . W WJR I u iw air II Sg This Massive Foster Ideal Brass Bed Guaranteed for ten years, with woven wire spring and soft cotton-top mat tresscomplete for $1 5-75 This Exact $35.00 Three-Piece Parlor Suite $19.75 Hnndome Thre." pleco l'arlor Suite iiea e rotch nia hoKaii) framed, lient ineicerlzed silk e I o u r euphlonn, Willi Kllk t.iiMlx An cxtru HHcl.il Millie. If You WANT EMPLOYMENT use a WANT AD in the TIMES Corner 7th and D Sts. Corner 7th and D Sts. 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