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Saturday of Those
, Sample Hats
Made to Sell as
"" High as I3.M
These are "some hats'
kjualities are unusual the styles
iarc up to the minute. Come in and
Ifcet two hats tor -tne price 01 one,
Money's Worth or Money Back.-
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pa. Ave.
Crier's White Pine
1 Couch Syrup
I fcjffers from any other offered I
' . . . .. ..Vlw
Washington, it is omau.u
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable 8m that
It" bears the name of "Grler
GRIER & GRIER,
miiTH a, hew YomTAVt
We give Herald IM.III coateat votes.
of $1.25, $1.50 art $2.51 lams
The raxors are of the very finest
3 crades. We are sacrificing tnem io
maKe room lor new .tui.
1218 Wiseowin Ave,!. W.
Phone W. VS.
We etve votes In Herald's K5.000
5C GFtoCERS' OC
Eivc the labels. Good for 5 votes In
. S2S.000 contest.
inc Confectionery, Chocolates,
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
,V site Herald 25,000 contest votes.
If you are In doubt concerning
what kind of paints or enamels
to use. Advice always r tibb.
al Anli-lsU'C Familv Paint Store.
nvwwnin v si3 Seventh Street
We sire Herald tM.000 coateat votes.
LAXATIVE M ? Grippe.
QUININE L gwF.vtr.
TABLETS cold In Head
Tiventy-four Tablets t Fifteen Cents.
15th St. ad Pennsylvania Ave. S. L
We Clie Vote. In The Hetald'a 5jC Carta.
. PHONE MAIN 6463
High-class Groceries, Meals, Previsions
1VAHI, A CO. --B3S Ufa' ST. X. W.
1 stUc Herald tSSMOt coateat votco.
N. Rosenblatt. Prop.
Groceries, Meats. Provisions,
Home Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered.
Phone N. 2334.
w am votes a To Henra'a
Imto lajvii ttMyattorilk .
- - Aitie.
A namber of Washington antonteMlsta
who have bad occasion to motor through
soma of the .small town' of Maryland
and a'ara fallen lato the hands of: the
local constables for alleged speeding.
have hit upon'the simple and handy ex
pedient ,of getting ont and .'pusblar'
their cars through the townships- to
avoid .these .Unas, but four hapless an
toists-neglected this precaution jreeter-
day, .'ana . the constables , of HyattsvUle
are SKUrlcher to-day thereby.
Those who fell Into 'the bands of the
vigilant offleers ot rural law -were Henry
3. Gover. of 2R Seventh Street 'South
west: M. A. Jordon.- Washington: ixrag-
lass Burnett, Baltimore, ana juexaaaar
Du' Montes. driving for. a ' Watt Vir
ginian. They each deposited HI couet
era! for their appearance 'before Justice
of the. Peace U O. Wiseman, but after
he had put up his share Mr. Goverraa
told that .the proceedings were over,
the money la ' "velvet." "'
It seems that the." wary residents of
Hyattsvflle have act a speed limit of
eight miles per hour over the fous city
blocks of the town, and woe be onto
the speeder, that fracture the. law by
so much .as a second. ' ,
"I. cuess'I waa the first one landed.'
said .Mr. Gover. last night "I passed
through early In the morning on my
way to Baltimore, ana the constatne
was out with a stop-watch. He claimed
I had been going, eighteen miles aa
bour, but I am sure I had not been
going more than eight or ten. But elec
tion Is coming on. and I -guess they
needed the money."
' In Good Taste and Appropriate
, J (be EfTtec of uttcla ot JewtUr. Gold. Slltet and
I ruled Wire, CboioCut GInl lieeeaAe, for d
j dies or Urthdty -presents, Fkom oar Urt ud sdeet
am? of eitJitla tad prettily derisned uttdat, say
i articjfl U1 pleaw the xedplest.
P.ftl P at tHfll la'8 M St. V. W.
bVIX m OflHR, S413 V St. If. W.
1 We stve nrrald ITT.eiS emitest votes.
20 wafers Golden Kule Stomach
Wafers for acidity, flatulency.
?cmiius' Ptanuej, ?keAvSlN.w.
' We rlv Herald tatM cwateat vetaa.
Eev. James S. Montgoaery Speaks
on 'The Socialism of Jews" at
Hetopolitaa M. . Chuch.
More God, not more gold, Is the need
of the present-day temperament, "which
Is Infected with democracy." according
to Rev. James Shera Montgomery, pas
tot of Metropolitan Methodist Church,
who spoke last night on "The Socialism
of Jesus."' '
The people are holding power of every
kind to a rigorous account," aald Dr.
Montgomery. "Every new day that
dawns on the earth is bringing the re
galia of the common man Into better
and hicher repute. Anything tnat turns
man Into an Implement or tool anything
that stamps or degrades his manhood
Is doomed. Jesus would have us under
stand that He placed the crown lewela
upon his brow symbolizing his rights
"Jesus says: "Blessed are the peace
makers." History says: '"Blessed are the
war-makers." Jesus' says: "Blessed are the
merciful." History saya: "Blessed are the
merciless." Jesus says: "Love your ene
mies." Man says: Til get even with
them. Jesus says: 'Do good unto all
men." Man says: Til knock out my com
petitor." The socialism of Jesus restrains
the arm that Is uplifted to smite kisses
it. and all Is well.
The socialism ofMesus stands for man
In his entirety mind, soul, and body
education, salvation, and preservation.
May the rafters of the great sky crack
and break, and may the Christ come in
and prepare a table at which all men
shall have bread enough and to spare.
"The need of the honr Is not more gold,
bnt more God. The supreme trouble Is
not a financial stringency, but a spirit
ual stringency a revision upward In old
time religion would put many a beacon
light of promise In our national sky."
PASTORS EXCHANGE PULPITS.
Wanhlnaton Presbytery Follows
Pulpits of Washington Presbytery were
filled by "exchangea" yesteruay in accora
ance with recommendations made at a re
cent meeting, when formal orders for the
Presbyterian visitation, as the general
changes for one day Is called, were Issued.
The pulpit exchanges were: Arlington.
Rev. Dr. T. E. Davis: Ballston, Rev. A.
W. Spooner: Chevy Chase, Rev. Dr. Jo
seph T. Kelly: Clifton. Rev. James M.
Nourse: Darnestown and Boyda, Rev. W.
H. Dexter; Falls Church, Rev. Dr. H. B.
Brundage: Hermon. Rev. 'S. A. Bower:
HvattsviUe. Rev. Jr. J. W. Wigbtman:
Lewinsville. Rev. W. H. Edwards: Ma
nassas. Rev. C. E. Granger; Neelavllle.
Rev. Dr. James T. Marshall.
New Tork Avenue. Rev. Paul S. HIcok
Riverdale, Rev. Dr. W. H. Bates: Tako-
ma Park, Rev. Dr. D. C MacLeod; Vien
na. Rev. T. B. Thompson; Warner Mem
oriaU Rev. Dr. George O. Little; Covenant,
Rev. H. R. Johnson; Eastern, Rev. George
M. Cummlngs; EcUngton. Rev. O. A. Gil-
Hngham: Fifteenth Street, Rev. C B.
Thompson; First, Rev. J. H. Dunham;
Fourth, Rev. E. N. Klrby; Fairmont
Heights, Rev. Dr. F. J. Olmke; Garden
Memorial, Rev. H. B. Angus; Gurley
Memorial, Rev. J. K. Argo; Metropolitan,
Rev. Dr. Wallace RadcluTe.
Korthmlneter. Rev. Dr. T. D. Richards;
Sherwood. Rev. Dr. R. A. Davison; Sixth.
Rev. Dr. Henry Rumer; Western. Rev Dr.
George Robinson; Westminster Memorial.
Rev. Robert Robinson: Washington
Heights, Bev. Dr. T. C. Clark; West
Street. Rev. Dr. Charles Wood; Peck
Chapel. Rev. D. A. Reed; Bethany Chapel.
Rev. Dr. D. W. Skellenger; Gunton-Tem-ple
Memorial, Rev. Dr. George S. Duna
Te eire Her-
GONOMY HEAT MARKE
Where the heat ef IVidalQfft) eaa
to bad as tba levsst mraQtaa
prtea. Malta, net. m
409 TMrtf St. N. W.
fa Ctra vetea Is a BanloTa tmjm nil
bHtirtin, IfachtBO Man
Will repair your eewlns; maohla
properly, no matter what make.
Send postal, or phone M-I2IE.
Cornar .34 atie H StrsMts N.W.
a Olss Tstss im Zto Bsrakt-s I
aid it pan te. let aa ezpart'daaraS
sttand thsnw I the to tiiHist sad
ptassasot sBf BBSS SB tsatk srasMaa.
I de-'aathiss but the Ushsat ckoi
praam ass er tssu ssoBBStta;
Craas, H te ML. Wlsi- asasj s
jsjc Selsoa Sfjresjsa fST .
If your wife sold your overcoat
fer z dollar an' a half In July, it's
a sign o' a long, hard winter an a
tardy spring. V
Kraut has jumped t' ten cents
a quart since last we met.
FOR GEH. O'REILLY
last lites for Civil War Veteran
aad Porrner Surgeon General to
,le Held To-morrow.
Funeral services for MaJ. Gen. .Robert
Maltland O'RelUy, who died yesterday at
his home, 183 Q Street Northwest, of
Brlght's disease, after a week's Illness,
wUTbe held In St. Patrick's Church at
10 o'clock to-morrow rooming. Mgr.
William T. Russell will celebrate requiem
A large military escort will accompany
the body to Its reSUng place In Arling
ton, where military honors will be paid
to the man who devoted a life-time serv
ice to the army.
Gen. ORellly waa a close personal
friend of the late President G rover
Cleveland. He was Surgeon General ot
tee army from September, 190c, until
January, 190. when he was retired with
the rank of major general.
He was born in Philadelphia in IMS.
of a disUnguIshed Irish family, which
had settled In this country prior to the
Revolutionary war. He was graduated
from West Point and served aa a cadet
during the civil war. He saw service
in a numter or Indian campaigns, and
during the Spanish-American war was
chief surgeon of the Fourth Army Corps.
During the strike troubles In 1877 he was
with the regular troops which protected
properties around Baltimore and Pitts
burg. He was a member of the evacua
tion commission at Havana when the
United States vacated that territory at
the close of the war with Spain.
Mrs. ORellly and his daughter, Mrs.
Frederick B. Hennessy. wife of Capt.
Frederick B. Hennessy, and hla friend
.. nk-.1.. T If . ft Ta T a..-.. TT
UU fliMUNI, ". JUt A. ASO A4MUVJ., U.
B. A., were at his bedside at the time
of his death.
Y PROHTSEHT VIRGINIAN DIES.
Mrs. Sarah Blaeltwell Keith Sac-
CBBths After Lobs Illnese.
SpteUl to The WMhinttoa Banld.
Warrenton. Ya, Nov. J. Mrs. Sarah
Blaekwell Keith, widow of Isham Keltb,
died at Woodburae. near Warrenton, last
night, after a lingering Illness of several
months. Mrs. Keith was a slster-tn-law
of Judge James Keith, of the Virginia
Court of Appeals. She Is survived by
Mrs. Robert Xeilson. of Philadelphia:
Thomas Keith, of Fairfax, Va.; James
Keith, of Annlston, Ala.; Mrs. E. M.
Spllman, Miss Kate Keith. Mayor Keith.
Commonwealth's Attorney J. A. C Keith,
and Messrs. Julian and Luclan Keith,
if you buy ybur Groceries at any one of ottr 19 storea, where price
ire at rock-bottom "atacPall obdi art freih oodi
;UrfVNiw Fit iikirtl - - -.- - - - - Si
Lirji Pitkiji: Smv. Iwiiii, Hf -pitluti - - - 7e
Stir if the East Patent Fleur, pir kvnl - - v .,
Fancy Yilliw Owis, per pick, 17c; W IkM - -50c
Tea, any ftini, ptr pimmI - - - - -', -
Miriciisi Ciffn, par H, - - - - - - -
Finn Swiet: PitifHSi pir peck, 19c; mr kvskfl -
Fine Apples, Eating er Cooking per peck, 19c; per lishil - 75c
Three Lome Stir if the East Bread ------ 10c
Large Caaa Silver Thread Braad Ser Kraat, ,
" oer cbb. .. . ......,.... . .. sc
3 Caas Naatleoko Teaaatoaa, fer.... ............ ...S5
Pobb4 Caaa Star of the Bast Cocoa, per lb.... ...... 36e
Pond Caaa Zatek Cocoa, per.lh Se
4I.arse PaekaseoGoM Medal Oats, for ...Me
New Hosalay, PT Ih .Il4e
Black Walaats, ar cck; 30e
Black Walsnt Meat, cr lh..w....................Soe
IBc Bottles Catsap, per hot. .......v....... .......lee
Oyster Craefccra, per lh............,............Se
Cracker Meal, acr Ih.
White Cars Meal, per peck. ........ ....... ....33e
Malt Breakfast Food, per aatkace 14e
SUM Tea, aay klad. per lb. ............... ........
ISo Caas MerriaaT Raw, per caa.......... ........ lOe
Best Cosapooaal. per Ih. .... ..le
Pcaaat Batter, per lb.. . ....le
Faacy Head Rice, per lb .......................... oo
16c Caaa Kippered Herrtag. per eaa...... ..loe
e Battles Aaasaoala, per bottle , .v.... Be
Qaaker Matches, per dosea lOe
Saaaet Evaporated Milk, per eaa. ...... ...e aad 7He
Sac Jara Olives, per Jar. .............. ....j. ....... .3Pe
Fceiicaa Evaporated Milk ....................... Re
XSe Mixed Cakes, per lb. ....................... ...IOc
l.sjach Crackers, per lb. .. ...... ........ Te
Hlah-arade Olmassigerlac. per lb. ..lie
Five Paekagce Kasle Braad Macaroal or Spaghetti SSe
3e Package" Ear Xoodlea, per package ....4e
IOc Packageo PadaUae. per paekago 7tte
16c Paekasco Zafek Iclagr far Cakes, per package, .loe
Be Ralls Toilet Paper, X rolls for......... 10c
loe Caa Salaaoa. S caaa for .2Sc
Dry Packed Shrlsap, per caa .........'i0c
Je Caaa Rcdasaa Matasaeo, per eaa ........Te
lee Packages Cryeteltae Salt, per package. ........Be
Kaglo Braaa Mnk per caa... .................... loe
S Sacks rtao Bait for We
He Packages Gelatlae, per package Se
Petted Meat, Haas Flavor, per eaa oe
Potted Jf eat. Tsawao Flavor, per eaa do
Xalseleso .Tip Mltches, per Dosea Boxes 14e
Se caaa OH Saraaasa, per eaa........ .Se
ISO Caaa Hoaey Drop Matae Cora.. per eaa......... Se
Flfteea lba. Ice Croasa Salt fer....................lrj
ioe Boxes vsuct soap, per aoa........ ............. Te
Maatara, per tVarao Jar. ................ ....lao
Molasses, per Xarge Jar. ..... ....laa
as. B. vovee, per la. .............................. .3oa
Three Faekagea Marco Macaroal or Spaghetti for. .SBo
Soe Caaa Ftaeat Qaallty Hawattaa Placapplc, per
eaa .......................................... .Ms
Saloaao Brsad Mackeasl. ser cans.......... Mm
Borer's OH Fellah, per bottle
Goldea Ciowa Braad CosToe, per Ih.
10-peaad Baal Flao Salt, per baa-...
Darycaa Cora Starch, per pkar. . . . .
Karo Syrap, Ke. a alse, per eaa....
neaer Boys. casMO, per ia.
Star Braad Baked Beaaa, Ifa. S alse, per caa
.era star sssoaea aaranses. per eaa
Iaaperted Sardlaea. la BoatTloa. d caaa for.
Mastera, per tasaaer. ........ ............
18c caaa Peas .....I.................. .......
4 packagea Iaaaperahle Macaroal. .........
csiaaer saaao. per ia... .............. ......
Se Bottle entailers OH FVIUs, fcv kerttle.
I3e AvbI Batter, wr eaa
m Imsss. ifCW BaCKM beat o afasessstsae
a o o OS
THE J.T. D. PYLES STORES
Votes in The Herald's 925,000 Contest Given at All Our Stores.
All Over Town
Give vour Order at any of the above stores and tie expressman will deliver it larfe or small, for 10c
413 Foarth Street Boataeaat.
S14 Eleveath Street Soatheast,
IS Good Rape Road. Aaacostla.
Fear-aad-a-Half aad d Streets S. W.
Foarth aad H Streets Hertheaat.
Thlrd Street aad Marylaad Ave. IT. K
11 Seveath Street Jterthraat.
IS F Street Northeast.
Flfteeath aad G Streets lfortheast.
3S Pa. Aveaao JCc lamest.
I4SS P Street lTorthweat,
314 H Street Morthweat,
Sixth sod H Streota Korthwaot,
Mow Jersey Ave. aad R St. ST. W.
asas M Street H.rthweeC
S3 Park Road ITorthwoat.
14M Park Road Itofthwsat.
1T14 Faaxteeafh Street It. vT.
MM Seveath Street northwest,
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BTfYMsSTaBsBj MrmnUM t
HUDsW 'It lll)llsP
Tea would' guess tit prlca to bo,
lire so handsome and substantial
la thlevbed. It wfll sot tarnish, area
under the most severe sold testa.
staefc a. bed In your homo Is a ftx
tore to be pToud of. The low prloe.
la possible because we manufacture
our" own bode, and sell to away
thai a very small pront eatlsflee us.
Reaoratlag Mattnassa a apo
caalty. Work the besti prleea the
933 G Street N. W.
811 Seveatk Street N.W.
We gtve Herald Bl
WHEN YOU DRINK
Year First Glass of
Ton will wonder why you never
tried this fine malt berersge be
fore. Its flavor Is rich and mel
low, equaling: that of the best
imported beer. Tet Imperial
Export is never heavy. Tou can
enjoy it often. Phone for a case
24 Books, $1.25
An additional charge of Es Is
made, which will be refunded on
return of bottles. At your deal
Ffceae Ltacela 254
LOOK SAKE AFTEE DEATH.
Physical Body Chaagee for Astral
Shell,.4Iowercr, Say Theoeephlsts.
"Conditions After Death" formed the
subject of a lecture given by Dr. W. W.
Baker before Capital City Lodge, Theo
sophlcal Society, yesterday.
No divine alchemy, the lecturer said,
transforms man at death. Hs Is the
same being after the change as before.
except that he has, dropped his physical
body and functions through a finer ve
hicle his astral body.
In referring to the suicide. It was
pointed out that disappointment awaits
the man who attempta to escape trouble
by self-destruction, aa he will have to
suffer upon the astral plane for a period
equal to that he would normally have
inhabited his physical body.
And saany a sua dost tta thted irtntetr he a
aoQ&oas to Ultlfft
"MUM" SHOW CLOSES.
Blossoms oa Exhibit Seat to Hospi
tals Md Charitable IastltaUoas.
The annual Chrysanthemum Show held
for the last week at the 'government
greenhouses at Fourteenth aad B
Streets Northwest came to a 'dose -last
night, and already-' many of the beauti
ful flowers are on their way to various
philanthropic institutions where they will
delight the in and destitute' after having
given a week's -pleasure-to the thousands
that visited the show.
In spite of the day when the green
Houses were closed because of the death
of Vice President' Sherman, the crowds
at' this exhibition went far ahead of I
those, of former years.
LOCAL METII0I. -Kxcrmsioirs
leane Stream .Btrset wbsjf at M a,, sa, sad la
p. m. dsar. ess
boa fact M Snails. Beast aa CM Paha
OsaArt sad MseMk d8y at a p, a. .
Cs teas naasaa MMst sad. Ha Zsat.Aiaasa
sray ajsara assr.ler Sana ssosaes ass nek sat
To Gnat tiBSWasliisttos sad OU TTiialalii
BsOnad ess etser Bar. athsaai tsaa Tahnais
ssdM-Stnsls. .. v
Xa Jtosat VoMOBWasUsetm-Ttritala. BsBoss
sass saanr seer eatte soar taoSaa. te Spi av
atsslsa, .Tssnh'Bbast sad S?ssaajtissla aissbs
-The lB-vcator BeeTrt,", 'A strong
drama l.reela, to-day.- Virginia -Theater.
Pltaaaa'aaol rtoaat Btfsiaeaghjv "
'Caaehtaa' for.dvUTosrvlca aaurTllar.
"ti s,i(. j.BJunueryr,iiwrK,i.Av,t
Inaugurates This Week
A Display of
s Specialized Ten-Dollar Millinery
Distinctive Plush, Velvet, and Fur Hats
From Their Own Ateliers
This display is the outcome of an ambition! For a long while peo
ple have told us that our $10 Hats were unequaled in Washington, but
v we were not satisfied we wanted to have Hats
that were unrivaled anywhere. And for weeks
and weeks we have exercised every energy to at
tain this 'result, for we knew that we had every
facility to master it having imported the finest
millinery. materials of 'Paris, having artist-milliners
that rank foremostin America, besides our
own Paris bureau that Js sending new models for
inspiration all the while.
That the result is phenomenal, and that our
ambition has been fulfilled, will be proved in this
-These are Hats With exclusive lines, for they
were hand-made in our own workroom and are
"not the ordinary factory types that one usually
Styles are distinctive, and they possess tlat indescribable tone of
refinement, as well as Parisian chic.
At least 150 Hats in the display including the hew draped turbans
of seal, with velvet crowns, a new beret model, the Hat with the shoot
ing loops, many trimmed with ostrich and wing novelties."-
W- v f LaW; Quality Shop
We have hist received a
I Fancy Golden Grimes
The beauty apple, either cooiclng
or eating, at prleea that are
roaa. M-t un t
Wa artvo Herald
Our Stock of Teas
There la as eaa article that yea want
with a bettor flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea yon serve. We
offer you the best.
Rldeway's C o'clock Tea .7to
Capitol Household Tea.... file
WE DELIVER IT.
1112 14 a i.w.
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steet vetea. ,
"See Etx and Se Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
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QUALITY AMD SPUD"
We She Votaa la Tha Benll'a aalSB) Castas.
smuu. inxo cmCwUtei,
Z(o and 40o per box.
ILM gallon, zte quart. lEe plat, .-
SM Bth St. aw. IBM H st as, ..
SBB.oM ft, aw.
Free Delivery to An Parts of CMv.
Vf o give geraia easy
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1715 14th StrtttRaW.
Prleea and-Terma Mada for Itp aad
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Washington. IXC, Phnadalpbla, Pa.
Cemetery Xota Bought Bold. aa
satchangod. Crematloa' Arranged.
AU alnda of weed, cloth, and atotaj
aaaktta furalahed at moderaas
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8 ment reign supreme.
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dS3 Bth' Street X. W.
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