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OUR 120 SUITS '
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are selling as fast as Ave can try
them on. This is just one of our
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D. J. KAUFMAN.
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
There is no beer
w hose tonic properties
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New York Attorney Answers the
Eternal Question of "Where
'Are the Deadf
SPEAKS AT COLUMBIA THEATEE
You'll note the differ
ence in the first glass.
$1.25 for 24 Bottles
An additional charge of SOc
is made which will be re-
funded on return of bottles.
From jour dealer, or
PHONE L. 254.
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S.H. HIKES & SON
Undertakers, Enb.lit.ers, and
1715 14th Street N.W.
Price and Term Mads for Lota and
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Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
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All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caslteta furnished at moderau
MOWING PICTBIE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
We Giro Vote in The Herald. S5 0U) OostMt.
715 1th St. S.E.
2 Where comfort and content
H ment reign supreme.
I 4 New Reels Each Day
p We rive Herald S2S.000
fi contest otes.
jCA ALHAMBRA CA
UU THEATER 36
519 SeveHtk Street Northwest
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We arlve Herald SSSMO contest votes.
Cotlest Theater iiTiwi.
New Feature Films.
W. Glre Tote. In The Herald'. t3,M Conteit.
1 HORNING, 9th and D
Ton's Pffls keep the system la perfect
TBer rcgutsM toe Bowels aaa praaaca
A VIGOROUS BODY.
Cars side hoadacnc.oaBrtlpstlon ssjiI asnsi si.
"Where are the dead?" is a quesUon
that was answered by Hon. J. F. Ruth
erford, of the New York bar, in his lec
ture given yesterday afternoon at the
Developing his argument from the tes
timony of the Bible in a logical manner,
peculiar to advocates at the bar, Mr.
Rutherford showed that the dead are
not dwelling in a state of bliss in heaven,,
nor are they paying the penalty of life
In a place of fire and brimstone, called
hell, but are just dead, and all that dead
Implies unconscious, nonexistent, no
He said that the mention of hell fire In
the Bible Is explained by a Biblical ref
erence that Christ always spoke to the
multitude in parables. Nowhere do the
original words used In the Bible for hell
carry with them the idea of eternal tor
ture, he maintained.
Man Not Immortal.
The Bible explicitly teaches that man
is not Immortal, according to him. It
promises Immortality to mankind, but
this promise is to be redeemed at the res
urrection. Death, through the fall of
Adapt, Is the inheritance of all man
kind; and death Is nonexistence.
Mr. Rutherford explained that the doc
trine of resurrection means the calling
of the dead those who are not back
into life. At the resurrection, the prom
ised life eternal will be bestowed upon
"I was much worried, when I was a
little boy." said Mr. Rutherford, "by
the doctrine of eternal punishment."
"I can remember sifting In the front
row at church one Sunday, when the
pastor explained to some whispering
little bos the doctrine of hell. He said
that If they should die that night, the
devil would probably get them, put
them on a pitchfork and broil them for
a thousand years over a slow fire: then,
he would turn thim over, and roast them
for another thousand years, and. he
concluded, "eternity will have Just be
gun." Talks with Demons.
As death means nonexistence, the eld
doctrine of the asbestos soul, which
though held over a seething lake of.
liquid Are throughout eternity would not
be consumed, but continue to exist and
enjoy the heat, is illogical, he said. The
asbestos soul theory, he continued. Is
not substantiated by the testimony of
"There are those," Mr. Rutherford con
tinued, "who believe that they hae talk
ed with the dead, and some of these
have been man of high position and at
tainments. They are honest In their be
lief. They have not spoken with the
dead, because the dead are nowhere.
This Is what has really happened: They
have spoken with demons. These demons
are the fallen angels, who are mention
ed in the Bible as having taken the
daughters of men for wives, and who for
their iniquity were cast in darkness by
the Lord to await judgment. These de
mons have communed with men through
mediums in all ages. Spiritism, is In
reality demonlsm "
Old Idea Wrong.
Resurrection in the Bible means the
calling of the dead back to life. It does
not mean that the dead llve in some
other state, and will be called back to
Inhabltate their former earthly bodies.
The resurrection spoken of In the Bible
! the resurrection of the creature, not
The old Idea of resurrection, Mr. Ru
therford went on. was that the earthly
body would be restored on Judgment
day to the creature. Trending this res
toration, the creature would be in a
state of life In hell or heaven. The body
would be called together at the resur
rection from the ends of the earth. This
doctrine, the speaker ald, is a wrong
understanding of the Bible.
The Bible testifies." concluded Mr.
Rutherford, "t lat the dead are In the
tomb, where t ey will remain until the
resurrection. There Is no hell. Man Is
not Immortal. No one has spoken with
the dead. Spirit communications have
all come from the fallen angels, who
have deceived such men as William T.
Stead, and Crooks, the English scientist.
and a host of others who believe in Splr
Itualism. Christ will bestow immortality
on man first after the resurrection
In the evening he lectured on "The
Resurrection" in the Old Masonic Tem
Reduce your living expenses by purchasing quality groceries'
at the J. T. D. PYLES STORES l'9 in all where the
prices enable you to save 25 per cent on every purchase. made.'
Three 5c Loaves Bread for .. 10c
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, par pack 22o
Fancy Yellow Onions, per peck 19c
$1.00 Tea, any kind, per lb 1..49e
15c Cans Herring Roe, per can . 10c
12c Bottle Catsup, per bottle 7c
Oyster Crackers, per lb - .... 5c
Cracker Meal, per lb . '. 5c
Baaelcsa Beeon, per lb lie
Beat Cemnoaad, aer lb... .... ...SHe
Peaaat Batter, per lb ....Me
( Faacr Head Rice, per lb... Se
Me Tea. any Mad, per lb Me
lbs. Washing- Soda for lee
S Cakes Olelae Soap for ........ .lae
15c Caas Kippered Herring, per eaa ...lOe
lOe Bottle. Anuaoata, per bottle. ................ Se
Cooking Apples, per peek IBe
Quaker Matches, per dosea lOe
S asset Evaporated Milk, per eaa ....4 aaa 7He
30e Jars Olives, per Jar , ...2e
3 Dosea Safety Matches for................... lae
Large Caa Tomatoes, per eaa ..........8e
Peerless Evaporated SI Ilk 8e
15c Mixed Cakes, per lb .10c
Lnaeh Crackers, per lb. .............. .... 7e
Wilbur's Cocoa, per H paoad eaa ...-IBe
Hlgh.BTade Oleomargartae. per lb. ....Me
Five Packages Eagle Braad Macaroni or Spaghetti 25e
Be Packages Egg Noodles, per package 4c
10c Packages Jellrcoa, per package THe
lOe Packages Pnddlae, per package 7c
15c Packages Zatek Iclag Cakes, package lee
Se Rolls Toilet Paper, 3 rolls for 10c
10c Caa Salmon, 3 cans for .23c
Big 4 .aptba Soap, per cake ...4c
Dry Parked Shrimp, per caa lOe
10c Caas Redman Molasses, per caa 7e
10c Packages Crystallae Salt, per package.. Be
Eagle Brand Milk, per caa .........ISc
B Sacks Fine Salt for .....10e
10c Packages Jrllo Ice Cream Powder, pka; 7Ke
12e Paekaa-es Gelatlae, per package se
Potted Meat, Ham Flsvor. per eaa 4e
Polled Meat, Teagve Flavor, per caa 4c
20e Caas roracd Beef, per caa IBe
Noiseless Tip Matches, per Dosea Boxes ISc
Be caas Oil Sardlacs, per eaa 3e
90e Cakes, per lb.............a....a..............jae
le Caa Hoaey Drop Maine Cora, per eaa Se
Me Brooms .SSe
Fifteen lbs. lee Cream Salt for its
IBe Boxes Toilet Soap, per boa 7e
Mastard. per Large Jar , !ia
Molasses, per Large Jar je
Me Pearl Tapioca, per package 7e
E. B. CosTee, per lb..... ..................... f......34e
Three Packages Marco Marareal or Spaghetti far. .SOe
4oe Broosas age
Steer Boslllsa. Cases, per dosea cabes..., 3Se
Me Caas Flaest Qaalltr Hawaiian Plaeapple, per
eaa .......................................... .30q
$ Back, per lb. ................................. .Ue
Salome Braad Mackerel, per eaa...'.
5"rJ,r"S.-,.lr'"' whl,5 Anparaaraa, per eaa 3e
Bayer's OU Polish, per bottle 7c
fioldeaCrowa Braad CosTee. per lb JTe
J-aaadBagFlao Salt, per bag THe
B"Te""c,,5r . aer pkg THe
Kara Syrap, No. 3 slse, per caa
Je packages Con Starch, per package 4e
Hoaey Bars. Cakes, per lb u
Star Braad Baked Beans, No. 3 slae, per eaa lae
Nord Star Smoked Sardlaes. per eaa lot
Jjaported Sardlaes. la BoaUIoa, 4 caas for Sfie
Mastard, per tambler..... ........................ do
Mackerel, each ....-...l.......... ........... go
JS" 5,Ie" C"e "" ""ale Syrap XI
JSfCaa" Peas 14e
4 pa.-kages lasaperable Macaroal Xfto
Star of the East Pateat Floor, per barrel afcZS
aaaker Paced Wheat, per pkg'.T: .T8
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Be Battles O'Msller's Oil Polish, per bottle 2c
Me eaaa Mackerel, per eaa jag
"" Aaple Batter, per eaa s.
Coldea Spray Peaches, per eaa Me
THEJ.T.D. PYLES STORES
Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest Given at All Our Stores.
41S Fourth Street Soatbeast.
914 Eleventh Street Soatbeast.
12 Good Hope Road, Aaarsstla.
Fonr-aad-a.Half sad G Streets S. W.
Foarth aad H Streets Northeast,
Third Street aad Marylaad Ave. IT. K
11 Seventh Street Northeast.
SIS F Street Northeast.
Fifteenth aad G Streets Northeast,
All Over Town
S2S Fa. Arcane Aortbwest.
13S P Street Northwest.
314 H Street Northwest.
Sixth aad H Streets Northwoat.
New Jersey Ave. aad R St. jr. w.
3338 M Street Northwest.
32 Park Road Northwest.
145 Park Road Northwest,
1714 Foarteeath Street N. W.
l Seveatb Street Northwoat.
Give your Order at any of the above stores and the expressman will deliver it. Urge or small, for 10c
ABE MAKTIN SAYS:
CELEBRATE GERMAN BAT.'
nengerhnnd Hnll to Be Place
Gnthcrlng This Evening.
"German Day," a day set apart In
memory of the first German settlers In
America, will be observed with simp'e
exercises by the central body of the
United German Societies In the Saenger
bund Hall at 8 o'clock this evening.
There will be several addresses upon
what has taken place in the development
cf the country. Speeches will be made in
both German and English. An admis
sion of $1 will be charged the men, and
SO cent tickets will be sold to the women.
Those on the reception committee are
W. F. Meyers. N. A. P. Bachschmldt.
A. TV. Brink, G. BcssIt, P. Dlttes, Carl
Egolf. J B. Geier. F. V. Helblg. J.
Kraft. G. Malr. W. Ruckdaschal. J. F.
Schneider, J. Waldmann, and Henry
Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS MEET.
Rev. Joseph M. SI. Gray Makes tbe
Rev. Joseph M. M. Gray gave the
opening address at the Young Men's
Christian Association jesterday after
noon before the members' meeting. His
subject was "The Young Man's Work
In the Church. ,
Following the "assembly," the S
o'clock fellowship tea was held In the
dining-room. Guests were present from
Russia. Switzerland, and England, and
ten different colleges were represented
by their graduates In the company.
William Knowles Cooper presided. Next
Sunday the speaker Is the Rev. Paul
R. Hlckok, pastor of Metropolitan
Steamer Chutes Mtetloter for Mocnt Veram
turn Strath 8tnet Wh.rf at M . m. sad J 31
p. m. dallr. except Stmdir.
voxxoiK ana wauunxton steamboat Comntui'.
teasKrs fran foot of Srrrath Street for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk oMIy at t U p. m.
Can from Futcesth Street and Haw xerk Arena
ercxr quarter bom for main entrance Zoo Park and
Cher Chase. .
To Great nnswaa&ntsion ana oi Domlntos
Balaoad can era? fee minute, tram Tnirtr-atxtk
and M Btreeta
To lloant vernoo waihlostcct-Vitzlnla Baflwar
can arcn bear on the boor from 10 a. m. to 3 p. sl
Station. Twelfth Stnrt and Prnaxrlranla Aisaaa,
Pltaaaa aad Gregg Speed -Dictation
for fall fT.mln.1tnr., Wrltcn of each an-
tem in cnarr. raa imiierr. inn h. x. are.
S3 show. Be. Virginia Theater fa dax
A great bis feature.
Lots o fellers pit credit for hav
in' th' strength t' say no that haint
got nerve enough t' say yes.
Ever notice how a fat woman
runs fer th' scales when th' grocer
goes in th' back room ier gasoline?
APPEAL FOR SANITY.
Ilr. Charles Wood Preaches
Clinrch of the Covenant.
At the Church of the Covenant yester
day Dr. Charles Wood preached at
morning and afternoon services. A vig
orous appeil for sanity and common
sense In the use of personal privilege
was 'presented, and members of the
church were warned that making' the
church an end in Itself was "churchian-
lty," not Christianity, and they who made
of the Bible a fetish and an Idol of
salvation rather than the vehical of
God's revelation of thesChrlst as the way
of salvation were, in the Judgment or
the preacher, equally In error. Dr.
Wood's subject was "The Transforma
tion of Blessings Into Curses"
The Covenant Sunday school resumed
its sessions for the fall and winter
with a large attendance.
BEST SERVICE TO
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T1A WASHrNGTON-STTNgBT ROUTS,
Prrsoastly Coadaeted Toarht Sloeplaat Cars
WHhe-Bt Change, Fire Times Weekly. teYaa Aa!
geles aad Saa Fraaclsea.
LOWER BERTH, . UPPER BERTptS7.tO
aiig-.-uis Standard Dnvrtng-rsom Sleeping Cars, dab aad Library
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"THE SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE."
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON
City Ticket OBce, Woodward BIdg.
STEAMER CRAILES MACALESTEI
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUID TRIP 50c TO 6ATE
teatinr Set rath Etrrrt Wharf at 10 a. m. and 230
p. m. dallr eicrpt Bandar. Caf. on Meamrr. A
delightful outing on the historic and beautiful Potomac,
Ad Club's New Rooms.
The new rooms of the Washington Ad
Club, at 313 Southern Building, will be
opened with a smoker to-night. Speeches
on advertising matters will be made by
expenenced men, and reports by the en
tertainment, educational, and banquet
committees will be made. Walker Mc
Donnell Is president of the club and
Francis J. Kaus, secretary.
To Erect Settlement Hoase.
The Washington Alliance of Jewish
Women will give a benefit October 14 at
the Belasco Theater, the receipts from
which are to be devoted to the erection
of a special settlement house.
CASTOR I A
For In&rnti tai. GUUxea.
Hw KM Ym Hin AJiit. iNffct
Tea years aid. SL3S.
Order by 'phone.
Awe TENNESSEE. HM Bottle.
X The Shoomakwi Co.
4 1331 E Street N. W.
T established laoPBonenL115nn,
lllntntors ui Deskptrs
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
Wa OIt. Vote, fat Tba Herald's (3.009 Codas.
YOUR TEETH AXE THE BASIS OF
aad It nan to let as assert asstat
attend. then. I ghe yea Instant sad
permanent nBrt from all teeth Uwblav
1 do aetblac bat tba klthtst dm
sera. taaoRitely Mltlssa, at
Crema, 0 to fv nuno, M oaus aa,
Xelaea IMyara. aW Pa. Are, X, W.
IVIetorta Lalse.Oct. 10, 10 A.M.
Prcs. Llacola..Oct. 12, 11A.M.
Amertka Oct. IT. 10 AM.
lCIevelaad....Oct. IS. 11 AIL
irlnt cabin uj.
Maaelra. Gibraltar, Algiers.
IS. S. CLEVELAND (World
Cralse) Oct, IS. 11 A. M.
IS. S. CINCINNATI
Nor. 3. 11 A. M.
S.S. MOLTKE.Nov. 13, 11A.M.
S.S. CINNI... Dec. 10, 11A.M.
S.S.HAMBURG. Jaa.11,11 A.M.
fvvitl baT. accommodation, for Hmited
number of raagenjrtr. to MADEIRA.
GIBRALTAR, and V1LLEFBANCHK
twin not call at Madeira.
'will call at Algiers.
By the Palatial
8. . CINCINNATI
LEAVING NEW TORK
January 28, 1913
To Madeira, Spate, the Medi
terranean and the Orient.
80 $325 0r
Abo Crahea Around tba Forld, the
Weit lodiea, Itahr, Ecrpt. c.
Write for booklet itatins cnuje.
41-4B Broadway, K.Y.
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Lftrgtst Mozmimg Circulation.
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11 Business Reasons"
ALL THIS WEEK. '
"SWEET : INNISFALLEN"
Th osirtefid tritli Play. tt WILL J.'OVCABJf
mm Hit Costaajqr of Eight Irbh Platan.
5-OTHER NEW ACTS 5
It, OWsihlagtnaUt last weak applawdad aad aaaroved
-SWEET INNISFALLEN." aad 10,000 mora wtU do M tha
week. BE ONE Or THEM. TELL YOUR FRIENDS.
-r-TI1IE FN FAII PUT Ml TIE SHAK KU.
THE WHOLE TOWN IS AROUSED.
NOTE Oa aecoaat world's
ante ckaage of timet
scries baseball game retaras.
MttJMts, 12 tt 2 P. M. Eymmis. S tt 11 P. M.
10c and 20c.
FOR BEST ANSWERS TO THESE UESTTONS
'? Sweet iHisf.llei J!
Canceled After Taking
4 Curtain Calls
AND WHAT IS THE CORRECT MEANING OP
AS APPLIED TO THIS CANCELLATION
Prise Awarded Tbarsday Night at tbe Garden Theater, 433
Bring All Answers to Will J. O'Hearn. Garden Theater.
See World's Series Games
Played on the Wonderful Nokes
Electrascore. All Seats, 25c
I ANOTHER WONDERFUL SHOW.
Dally Mats., All Saata, 10c. Evanlnga and Sunday a, 10c and 10c
The Home' off Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
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SIIW REYER STOPS-CORTIHRORS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
STIEFF PIANO USED EXCLUSIVKLT.
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We have Furniture that will
meet ever) requirement. Exclusive
patterns, with prices that will com
We offer for to-day and Tuesday
one lot of odd Dressers for about
!ne-third less than marked prices.
This cut illustrates one of our spe
cials, in Oak or Mahogany,
Lot Us Open an Account with You.
We Give Votes in Herald's $25,000 Contest
rTaiierruung tha-bnt at leaa than tba ureal prices.
rroBpt, eoorleom acnice.
Edward F. Davis,
J- KcsaoTCd to Seat Uth St. comer Tars Road.
v Ws.On Tote, at Tat Heralds SKOB) Costa,
dp. Steps fsllln. bak. nllcTct dirtdraff.
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R Our label redeemable in t3J0 contest far
ex. tot. for each penny represented at ta.
retail ula prka,
W. On. Votes la The Herald's
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