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DISKOIOIS CHBIBT, HE SATS
Capital Clergymam TaBu oa "Be
cent Mittaket About Hell" Be
fore large Ceagreatie&.
"Recent Mistakes About HelV' a aer
roon preached at New Tork" Avenue
Presbyterian Church' yesterday by Rav.
Wallace RadclifCe. pastor of the church,
contained a severe arraignment of "Fas-
tor Russell." who, accordlnc to Dr. Rad
elide, "dishonors Christ, refusing- Him
"It Is a mistake to think there Is no
such plsce as hell." said Dr. Radcllffe.
"It there were no hell, we would have
to make one. Sin must have Its recom
pense of reward. The law of compensa
tion Is indexible. There Is nothing in
the universe areater than Justice.
"Hell Is not a mere penitentiary. It' Is
the natural and necessary dwelling- place
of sin: It Is prepared for the devil and
his angels. It Is a mistake to comfort
our senttmenullsm with' a few Isolated
definitions. Tou may have some confu
sion about sheol and hades, but Ge
henna remains. It Is a mistake to limit
Hell Is Everlastlac
"Scripture is the only authority. From
Genesis to Revelations it asserts Its con.
tlnuance. Its words 'eternal' and 'ever
lasting are synonymous. It Its hell Is
limited, its heaven is also limited. It
hangs eternity upon to-day. It teaches
the persistence of character.
"To the wicked, heaven at any time
would be hell. It Is a mistake to en
large the extent of hell-compared with
heaven. It Is small and limited. It Is
only a spot In the universe of God, a
speck in the infinite azure of eternity
Insignificant In the greet contrasts with
heaven. It Is 'bottomless,' but not
boundless; a 'pit' a 'lake,' but not an
ocean. It is a mistake to literallze Its
Oriental descriptions, but also a mistake
to empty them of all significant mean
ing. 'It Is a mtake to exchange the ortho
dox definitions for the assertions of cheap
scholarship or vaporlngs of weak senti
mentality. The church Is confronted to
day with a revamping of worn out the
ories in the persistent preaching of 'Mil
lennial Dawn.' also known as 'Brooklyn
Tabernacle' and 'International Bible Stu
dents' Association,' whose leader calls
himself 'Pastor RusselL
Hits at "Pastor."
Its teacher was a haberdasher in Pitts
burg. The court adjudged to his wife a
divorce with alimony for causes which
caused the ungodly to laugh a rather
singular training for a Christian apostle.
His success Is a triumph of printer's Ink.
He claims to have found a long lost key
to Scripture. He pushes aside all past
scholarship. The divine command.
Search the Scriptures,' mean only 'Ua
ten to RusselL' '
"He. dishonors Christ, refusing Him di
vinity until after the resurrection. To
him Christ has' not been, and is not. God.
His atonement is that of a mere man's.
His second advent has already taken
place, and He with his risen saints are
hidden on the earth. He has rejected
the church since 1878. and Russell and his
followers are the only church. He has
nothing to say 'about the person and
work of the Holy Spirit.
"The man who dishonors Christ haa no
commission to His disciples to teach them
the meaning of His words."
HE TELLS POLICE
Well-dreised Stranger: "lifted"
Baltimorean's Watch, Fob,
Stickpin, and Pune.
Clarence Nagel, of 1318 West Lexington
Street, Baltimore, last night asked the
police to And two men who robbed him
of a watch, medal fob, scarfpln, and
purse lr an Avenue hotel late Satur
Nagel said he was visiting friends In
this city and stopped on the way to
Union Station for dinner In a well-known
cafe. He was seated at a table with two
well-dressed young men, with whom he
engaged in conversation.
Nagel left the cafe with the strangers
and sojourned In several places. Just
before midnight one of the strangers
suggested that they get a room together.
The three' went to sleep In one room,
the two strangers In one bed and Nagel
In another. Nagel awoke Just before
daylight and found his roommates gone.
He searched for his valuables. These
had gone with tbe strangers.
The watch was attached to a fob made
of a gold medal, bearing the inscription,
"D. A. P.; 6-mile Marathon.' Nagel val
ues the watch and fob at $30. His stick
rln was worth S10 and his purse con
tained about X5 In cash.
The Raklastela dab
Is about to commence rehearsals for the
winter. This excellent organization has
demonstrated most fully Its ability to
please even the most critical of the
Washington music loving people who
have been fortunate enough to receive
invitations to the club's concerts. Last
winter the club brought artists con
spicuous in this country for concert
work, such as Florence Hlnkle, Lucy
Marsh. Reed Miller, &c As there seems
no prospect of the Choral Society com
ing to life and only a faint hope of the
Washington Symphony being kept alive,
the Rubinstein Club is to be congratu
lated upon its vitality, and this splen
did body of women singers should have
the loyal support of every music loving
person in Washington. Associate mem
ber dues, C. for the season, entitles
members to three tickets to each of
the five recitals or concerts given. Ap
plication can be made to the secretary.
Miss B. A. YeweU. 3004 13th Bt nw or
smount of dues sent to Mrs. F. A.
Gage, treasurer, .2905 Legation .St.
Chevy Chsse, D. C Season begins
October 23. U12.
Lcetare oa "China ta Transition."
Dr.- George B. Voeburgh, pastor for
many years.'-in Denver, Colo., and re
cently Dr. Greene's substitute at Calvary
during the tatter's absence, will return
to that church this evening to lecture
on "China In Transition." Since leav
lng"hla pulpit In Denver about a year
ago. Dr. Vosburgh has toured the
world, spending a" considerable time. In
China. Present events there. Dr. Vos
burgh, says, constitute one of the. most
striking chapters of- the world's history;
and. are yet not fairly t. understood by
sfeCanW a HVAsUa Will CoafCT
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Chairman WIMamvF. 'keComs and
Vice CaeJmaa WUUam G.McAdoo. at
the Democratic National Committee, who
an, to Wnr before the Clapp iavesti
aatlat canunrttaa" tonlay. win hold a con
ference at-"Democratic headquarters In
tM Rlcs BaflsHas this afternoon with
National Committeeman John F. Col
teHo for tte District and Jlenrr E. Da
vis, and P. JV Haklgaa. promlneat Demo
crats of the .District.
Later conferences win Include K.
Southard Parker. 'William V. Cox.
Charles A. Douglas. Joseah Latter, of
the finance committee, and : members of
the committee-of one hundred. '
To-alght a reception wtu be held at the
headquarters In the Rlgaa ButM'.r to
meet all other' Democrats of the Dis
A .Democratic rally will be he'd at the
headquarters In the Biggs Building to
morrow night, 8peche will be made by
Creed MTFulton, Clarence. 1. uveas, and
GIBSON TO REMAIN
AT POST IN HAVANA
lerecatiem of Appointment to Brat-
Mia Ii im'sTatve of lebuke
to Cnban Kewipaperi.
An aftermath of the assault upon Hugh
Gibson, charge d'affaires of the American
Legation hi Havana, by a Cuban news
paper reporter, came, yesterday In the
announcement at the State Department
that Mr. Gibson's appointment to be seo-
retary of legation at Brussels has bean
revoked, and be Is reappointed secretary
The chief purpose of this resppotnt-
ment of Mr. Gibson to the Havana post
Is to remove any possible excuse for the
charge, already made In Cuba, that Mr.
Gibson was being transferred from that
post because bis conduct as charge d'af
faires had been unsatisfactory to the De
partment of. State. So untrue Is this
charge, which' has been circulated through
the same media which attacked Mr. Gib
son so severely, following tbe assault
upon him by the reporter, Maza, that the
Brussels post was given htm by the de
partment as a proomtlon, as a reward
for his efficient and capable work at
Arthur M. Beaupre. Minister to Cuba.
on a recent visit to the department point
ed out that the transfer or Mr. Gibson
would furnish the Cubans who had been
attacking him and his government
through the press an opportunity to
gloat The reappointment of Mr. Gibson
will. It is believed, be convincing evi
dence of the regard In which his serv-
cles in Havana are held by the Washing
Edward BelL who was second secretary
st Havana, will be attached to the Latin
American division of the State Depart
ment and J. Butler Wright now attached
to that division, will go to Brussels as
SEEKS TO MAKE '
Island Department of Education
Tells of Aims in Eeport Many
To make good Filipinos, not good Amer
icana la the object of the system of
education which the United States Is con
ducting in tbe Philippine Islands, accord
lag to the report of the Department of
Education of the Insular government, re
ceived here yesterday.
'We are not trying to make good Amer
icans of them, but .we are trying to make
good Filipinos of them, and we are suc
ceeding.: We have established as gen
erally as possiDie tnrougnout me arcni
pelago an educational system which we
hone will give the greatest possible num
ber of the islanders the kind of educa
tion which will do them the greatest pos
sible good as Islanders." Such Is the
statement of policy that Is made.
More than half a million children are
now enrolled In the public schools 01
the Philippine Islands. They are being
taught snd supervised by more than .(
American and Filipino teachers, with
practical courses of study from the prim
ary grade' up through the professional
colleges of the Philippine University.
The greater part of the work of the
educational system of the islands Is in
the direction of manual training. At a
recent exhibit more than IC000 articles
made by children In the public schools
were shown. These articles ranged from
mats, hats, and blankets, to the finest
sets of dining room furniture, valued at
3230 each. More than 350,000 pupils are
enrolled In the vocational courses alone.
November 29-30 examinations are to be
held under the direction of the United
States Civil Service Commission for the
purpose of selecting teachers In the Phil
ippine schools. Men ana women are eli
Ta aeeassaeadate avalteaats fer mem
bership In the Rubinstein Club, a sing
in nmnlzatlon of women. Mrs. A. M.
Blair, director, applicants will send their
names ana aggresses to hiss Biancne
A. YeweU. 3004 13th St nw.. before Oc
tober 23, the first rehearsal of the sea
son. Sopranos especially welcome.
BIBLE IS SCHOOLS.
Pleading for mora definite spiritual
and moral training In the public schools
Rev. Paul R. HIckok. pastor of Metro
politan Presbyterian Church, yesterday
declared that. Insofar as tbe Bible 'was
not used In. the Washington public
schools, the local educational system fell
short of the Ideal.- Mr. HIckok was
speaking on "The Bible as the Buttress
of Education.? before, tbe Sunday after
noon assembly of the Y. M. C A.
He said that Christianity was the only
relbrlon 'which showed any altruUm. and
declared that the recent' exhibition of hy
giene and demography would have bean
Impossible without Christianity, for the
adherents of no other religion could have
developed the ..sentiment which crystal
lsd in this unselfish effort to benefit hu
manity without hope of personal re
ward. This Is all tha mora significant"
he added, "when one reflects that the
exhibit Itself was entirely sdentlflo and
sociological In, character, tha spiritual
aspect never coming to the surfaoa"
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SEWS VOTES 07 AXKAIDIIA
Alexandria, Vs.. October 11-Walter
Longebean. tweaty-one years old. bad a
aarrow escape from, bates; decapitated at
midnight last alght when. It Is claimed,
he was shoved through the' Urge glass
window .of the ,'eflce of W. A.. Bmoot
Co., Incorporated. St King Street
As a result Longebean was badly' cuton
the neck. face, and bead by the broken
glass. He bled very profusely. Longe
bean was taken to tha Alexandria Hos
pital, where his injuries were dressed by
Llewellyn Powell. Ha is still a patient
at that Institution, but It la expected that
he will be able to leave the hospital to
morrow, although be wfll be confined .to
his home as a result of his Injuries for
several days fo coma
As a result of . the affair. Policemen
Nicholson and Rawlett arrested Joseph
Buckley, charged with assault The case
Is slated to be heard In the Police Court
In the morning, when the matter wUl be
To IaTeotUrata Tax Retaraa.
A grand Jury wiU In all probability be
summoned for Wednesday next In the
Corporation Court for tha October term.
which will begin to-morrow morning.
Judge L. C Barley presiding. It Is ex
pected that tbe Jury which wUl be sum
moned at this term will be directed by
the court to Investigate the personal tax
returns msde recently by citizens.
State Auditor i-oore has requested the
Judges of the various courts throughout
the State to' Investigate tmse returns.
and In some places they have already
been investigated, but the majority have
not yet been examined by grand Juries.
There are about eight criminal cases
whlcb will be presented to tbe Jury for
Christian Kaaeevror RaUy.
a large congregation to-night attended
the rally services at the Methodist Prot
estant Church, under the auspices of the
Christian Endeavors of that church. The
rally took the place of tbe regular serv
ices, and the programme given follows:
Song: prayer. Rev. C. R. Strasburg. pas
tor: song. Junior Christian Endeavors;
vocal solo. Miss Janet Rlselll: address.
"Why Ought Every Church Member Be
a Christian Endeavor?" J. H. Trlmyer:
song: recitation. Miss Thelma Bender;
recitation. Miss Mabel Hillary: song: ad
dress. "What the Endeavorer Owes to
the Church." Rev. C. R. Strasburg; mu
sical trio. Messrs. Hosklns and Miss Kin
suvlan. of Waahlngton: song, vocal solo.
Miss Janet Rlselll; address, "The Impor
tance of Committee Work." Frederick W.
Ebhardt; vocal solo, Marshall Doble;
song; selection, church music; benedic
tion. Rev. C. R. Strasburg.
Rally day services were held at 9:30
o'clock at the Sunday school room of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South. There
was a special musical programme, and an
address by James R. Caton. Wreaths
were awarded to a number of scholars
for attendance during the year. The
members of the church held rally serv
ices at 11 o'clock, at which time a ser
mon was preached by Rev. H. M. Can
A thirteen-year-old colored girl named
Young waa picked up shortly before 11
o'clock last night In a drunken condition
on Washington Street near King Street
The girl told the police that liquor was
given her by a colored man. Later sne
turnished collateral for her appearance
In court Monday and was released.
Within a short time contractors will
begin the work of paving two more
squares with asphalt block, one on Cam
eron Street, between Washington, and
SL Asaph Streets, and the other on
Washington Street between Cameron
and Queen Streets. Ordinances for the
Improvement of these two squares were
recenty passed by city council, the m-
Jorlty of the property owners having
signed for the work.
Extensive preparations are being made
by the members of the local divi
sion of the Holy Name Society for par
ticipating In the parade which will be
held In Waahlngton Sunday afternoon
next by that organization. It Is expected
that about 200 members of the local
council division will take part.
SEBM0K OH KABAL
Her. J. S. Montgomery Preaehea on
The man who Is all smiles outside his
own home and a brute to his family
formed the subject of a sermon by Rev.
James Shera Montgomery, of the Metro
politan Memorial Methodist Church. last
night He preached on "Lessons From
a Bad Tempered Man." Mr. Montgom
ery said in part:
"In Nabal we have a perfect picture
of the bad-tempered man. To snap arm
to snarl; to complain and to criticize
are his daily passions. The flail of his
mean, abomnlable temper crushes tna
kernel of his home Joy and happiness.
"About the meanest man under the
great skies Is this man with a pair of
rat eyes, boring at you without any emo
tion or human feeling. I say, he Is the
littlest man of the species.
"Here is the prototype of countless
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We take pleasure in announcing the formal
opening of Washington's finest appointed European
Hotel and' Grill Tuesday October Fifteenth.
THE NEW OCCIDENTAL
GVSTAV BUCHHOLZ, Proprietor, i
Formerly of the Wiltard.
Refurnished, Decorated, Equipped, including the in
stallation of an ELECTRIC GRILL, an attractive feature
to those desiring special dishes giving all the opportunity
to select their favorite meat, fish or game from the plate
glass refrigerators and having the same cooked in their
IN HOTEL Attractive Rooms, single or en suite.
Wttnviteyodrtntpection, and extend a cordial invitation
especially to Wathingtonidns.
PENNSYLVANIA, AVE, Adjoining the Willard.
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of alses and types.
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ro" seir-atartera with
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can do your work quickly, neatly, sad
with the salalmosa asaonat of profaalty
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M. LEVITAN & CO.,
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W GIra Voto In The Bcnld. 0.00 Contest.
We GlT. Vota la Tb. BnVI'i ES.tDJ Cantab
husbands to-day. Sullen, coarse-tongued.
low-browed. Many a wife sat up last
night with tired and aching back and
weary heart only to be greeted by such
a NabaL Tes, maybe the wife almost
starved herself to give Nabal his sup
per, but her word to him is couched In
dread-fear a whisper like a broken sob.
His temper poisons the home-life like a
poisoned river running througn a bit or
wasted land. This is rtarjai in low me.
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(Formerly the Auto Exchange i
and Supply) g
Beg to announce that bn.or'about 8
October 20, they will move to tt
their new quarters g
1317 New York Ave.
autolsts feel conftdence In the Oldsmoblle f
It is" clear" speed ( ana safety Is tha chief Ide A
All oenfeas Its perfect 'mechanism commands succes S
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and back; hook on' skirt;
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heavy garters. Sale price,
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dium bust; long hip and skirt;
graduated steel; hook on skirt:
four garters; sizes 2( to t Af
3J. Sale price .PI.UU
25c Brassieres, trimmed with
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Lowe Bros.' H. S. Paints
cover from SO to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and it lasts
from 2 to 3 years longer
therefore, it costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
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Plataf. C up.
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la Automobiles aad Motorcycles.
Ooe FopI UoadstT. two and tocx psaasa
CadfTTae Track. Steele t?rUndrr.
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New Era Motorcycle, with aide car.
Thor tirsle ij Under; Just been enameled
Better ccme atd are n. We baft moat
acstblns at any old pries.
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tor AstooobOe Tlrei.
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Fllllas Pta.t. SS-I34 roarteeath
treat X. W.
W Gin Totn in Tb Hrnld'l IB 00. Crate.
MTOMOBILES FOE HUE
Five and seven passenger cars.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGE
1318 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
W Grra Vote, ra Th. Benld's C5.0 Costea.
Exstrt Electric Vehicle lepainsg
CSsaspea Bsa t7aitsstsl rsbai1fawe an A M
nowed. Isrnltlon and Lie. Una; Batter-
isa ajnarvca ana uuiu a vravr.
MITHWORTH KElSEI CO.
Phone M. 1. near 1120 L St. N. TT.
We Oh. Votea la Tbe Benld's ts.ea Contest.
Bring Your Tires Here
' All Kinds of Vulcanising ana
H. WARREN -
aoiS M Street N. W.
We Oh Votes In Tbe Herald's 3.0 Coatest
P. M. CORR,
A treat far riaadera aad Tale Mets-
- eyclsa aad C.rr .selal leyeta,
v Msassvte Ovevaaaltasj aad Belt Be-
SBBBBBBBBBBsH SsflsBBiaV. -
For the coarfcaieaee
Lawyen, Fateat Attoraeyt,
Draftanien, and othen carry
ing important papers.
Made In a variety of sizes, styles;
and arrangement of pockets.
Any special arrangement
made to order upon short
notice at a reasonable-
Stock lizet ranee froa
$3.50 to 920.00, llacfc Irewa
or Enuet Leather. Complete
Trunk and Leather Oead
1219 F St. N.W.
We atve Herald
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OP U CENSES. -
OAcs of tbe AsMaeor of tbe District of ODlnmbta.
nuhrarton. D. C Oct. 4. 1912. Notice is hereby
Cires that on tbe THIItTY-FlRST DAY OP OOTO-
BK. OI2. will expire ail Ucemna laaoea Of tM A
ascaer of Lbs District of Columbia, to apottecasles.
auctionesrt, antotnobUa storace wareaoq
and bankera. bill poaten, MUianl. pool.
laUea. bowline aHera. nrapriators of
hrewera and brewen aetata, boardlaa; honaaa, pob
licj baths, mediums, ctalrroyant, palmfata.. fce
cattle dealers, coram iaaton mercbanta, dsar dealers,
building contractors, carriaee and waarjovmatara,
coafectlaoen, dealers in aecond-band penocal prep-
ertr. dealers in maxxets, desiers in fasoune. dea
era hi kerosene oil and oils of lire grade. distlUeta,
fuel hucksters, florists, proprietors of hotels, snv
rlorment amenta. inTestment compatdea, Leuurlttoet
of snblio halls, pvbllc rrh. liTery stables. lasSr
dries (steam and nana). lana ana imjarorrawnt seen
psnles. railroad ticket brokers, reatauranta and eat
ing bouses, real estate agents, proprietors of alot
rrjaffru, proprietors of theaters, undertakers, and
wholesale lionor dealers. All isertocs debiting to
contmne tbe abore described business or iroftssfcna
mxtrt promptly renew their licenses. TOt. 1. RICH
ARDS. Assessor. D. C. odil3.ZLAS)
Boasd of Education of the District of Colmsbta,
Wasbington, October U- Itlt.
A competitive examination to fill at once tha
frikrwing specined vacancies In tbe white pontics.
schools of tbe Irtstrirt of Columbia will be held
in the Beard mom cf the Franklin bcnool Rending.
Thirteenth and K Streets Northwest. WfJNt&
DAT. OCTOBER K, 1W2. beBmning at 9 a. m.
L One tearberafcip in rhemxry in bish ictioola.
i One teachership In stenography and tnSrwntint
in high schools.
Tbe initial salary offered is 50, to be tncreasen
later in acuordsnee with the prrmaooa of the Act
of Congress. For fartbernfrnnation arrtr t the
cflTtec of the Board of Examinew, Pranklm pjcSjoH
Bailding. WM. M. DAVIDSON. Superinteodsnt of
VIATI SCIENCE OP. HEALTH. WATUaUU
eonsargleal; sOO-psgs- book free. Apply by mail. M
Colorado Bldg. Pre kctsr far women Wednesdays
at IdB p. m. atf
Ask for Miller's
Miller's SeU-Raistnf Buckwheat U
U bandied by leading grocers '
riTYTHpfssTit that "4w . InaJat fln
baring it and yortll gat the BEST
on tbe market.
E7At tout grocer's. Ko
B. B. EARNSHAW 6 BRO..
Wa.le.alen, 11th aad X ass. S. .
Ichristian Xander's I
909 Seventh Street I
We want to show you free of cost hst srosk
drrful results Magnolia Blosiom can accom
plish. If rou suffer from Lncorrhott
Whites), Womb, Ovarian Trinbks, Painful
Periods, Bearing Dove Pains, or any form of
Female Trouble, ja sit down st once and
write for our Fret Box of Magnolia Blossom.
We know what it his done for thousands of
other women who hive suffered just as yoii
do and we know what it will do for you. All
we want is a chance to convince you. Jut
ha., a little faith: send us vour name ssd ad
dress today and let us send you thl simple Horaa
Treatment Free with valuable adnce. Address
SOUTH BEND REMEDY CO,
BERGMAN On Sunday. October 13; 1S12,
at 4:15 a. m., after a long and painful
Illness, LAMBERT F.. the devoted
and beloved husband of Emma Bush
by Bergman. In the fifty-ninth year
of his age.
Funeral from his late residence. 10OO M
Street Northwest. Wednesday. October
16. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends
Invited to attend. Interment. Glen
wood. WOOD Departed this life on Saturday,
October U. 1912. at 10 p.m.. RICHARD
I. WOOD, in the ninety-first year of
' his age.
Funeral from hla late residence. 1ST
I Street Southeast, on Tuesday, Oc
tober 15. at 2 p. m. Relatives and
friends respectfully invited to attend, t
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
SOI EAST CAPITOL 8T.
Ertabosbrd INT. CHAS. ft. SUBHOBST.
a. W1I.I.IAM LEB.
aad Issbalmrr. Uror ta cmiwrtlan.
c.ml aad Moaero umiuraa,
jB Feuaylnnia Ara. nv. Ttltpbaae Bass !
W. R. SPEARE.
fBXBavaL DIBBCTOB ABD BMBttBBB,.
940 F Street N. W.
WASBIKOTOB. B. a
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Of Bray Destrlpt'es Mndaritalj frssst,
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