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THE INEVITABLE FORGOTTEN .
Dr. Langweli stopped the car before
A handsome apartment buildlag
on Park avenue.
He assisted her to alight and
Piloted her through an impressive
marble entrance and down a hand- j
sotnaly carpeted and discreetly J j
lighted corridor to a door which I I
opened almost instantly at the |
touch of his hand on the knob, revealing
an impassive-faced Jap. ,
"A lady?she waiting: in drawIn#
room." announced the Oriental I ;
in the voice of an automatom.
The doctor nodded.
"Bend for the maid to take this
lady's wraps and get her anything ?
she wishes. 1 dare say you'll want
to powder your nose," he siftiled at
Nancy. "I won't be a moment."
The curtains parted suddenly at
the door of a room down the hall
and a woman came out hurriedly.
"Oh, Doctor," she began impetu- :
ously. "I thought you'd never
At the sight of Nancy, who hart
Hot spoken since she had entered j
the apartment, the other woman j
stopped short and drew her veil
quickly about her face, though not
ba/ore Nancy had recognised kdna,
It was an awkward moment,
which Nancy passed off with an
air of poise which she was far from
She held out a careless hand.
"How do you do. Miss Dean. I
did nt know you lived in New York,
or are you Just handling a case
The girl seemed taken back.
"Why. I?1 just came to see the ,
Then don't let me interrupt,
ril run and powder my nose as
the doctor suggested "
She nodded carelessly, and passed ,
on intot a room, whose door a trim
maid was holding open* for her.
*he found herself in a beautifully
..Tainted dressing room. The maid1
t oh her wrap and laid it carefully
across a gleaming silver brocade
?.a v .?d.
"There is powder and rouge on j
ttyy* tire.'ser. Madame. Can I get
you anything more?"
Nan > s eyes swept the elaborappointed
dressing table. The j
t?>i!et articles were gold, with ex-,
r ::sitely wrought fflonnpranw.
Th. re was a gold cigarette case
u *h an emerald studded chain j
lytof there. Nancy picked it up;
joly *.r, examine its exquisite workmanship.
When she turned it over. she
?.bscu>i that the initials wrought
in -ir. V . me raids on th* back were I
not ',e me as those on the toilet j
r, es nd when the case shapped
r.-n irlep her fingers it revealed,
several sr Id-tiped cigarettes, bar-I
jrv n gold letters the name:!
tared at it a moment with :
a curious little smile on her lips.)
r ?xrembering the maid's pres- J
ence. ?he said casually . "I'm sure
Miss Filar wont mind if I smoke |
r.f h^r cisarettes."
snow Miss Blair?" asked;
She left the case here
> *s-to. . I do not know her adreturn
it and the doctor
ha> been awav all day."
see that she gets it.** prorr..s~rt
Xancv. slipping- the chain
f'Vt rJher wrist. %
5o.r thought Nancy?she was not
trie only woman who had supper
alone with Dr. Langweli.
C?pyr.fht 1M1. Whsslsr Syndicate. lac.)
STORAGE MAN GETS
M DAYS IN STORAGE.
Joe Hall worked for a big transfer
and storage company.
One day he was moving some
things in a house next door to 203S
t* street northwest, where Albert
W. strocker and his wife live.
Mrs. Strocker called Joe to her
house to help unpack a picture.
When the unpacking was done, the
woman turned her back to get some
Joe hopped over to a bureau
drawer and swiped a gold watch ,
and put it In his pocket.
Later he had the monogram In
the back erased and his own Initials
put In. Then he got broke and
hockfd the watch for $S.
Detective Embrey was told to get
the watch. Even though the timepiece
was camouflaged, the detective
found it. and also found jut
who stole It.
*T was a bit careless. Judge." Joe
explained when brought into court.
"It is all right to be careless with
your own time." the court remarked.
"but not with other people's."
Mrs. Strocker was willing to
have the man placed on probation
If he had the watch put back ta
its original shape, but the court
would not listen to It.
Now. instead of working for a
storage company. Joe must be put
In storage himself, and he won't
have to pay haul in* expenses.
either. He got ninety days.
Ku Klux Klan Parades
Streets of Lynchburg
LYNCHBURG. Va.. July Lynchburg
awoke to the fact that it has
a council of the Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan. when 400 memberrs
of the order paraded Main street.
The paraders carried banners with
these inscriptions: "Lynchburg Must
Be Clean." "Grafter?Go." "Thieves
Go." "Here Today; Here Forever."
"For Our Daughters." "For Our Sisters."
"For Our Mothers." It Is understood
that the local klan has
about *00 members. This demonstration
wa* the first given here.
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S keets Uses A d
Columns in His,
Pursuit of Job
(Third Day mt -?tkreiB l*aada a
If one were to judge by the |
newspaper advertisements the
next day. no one in town was i
in need of boys to work for j
"But I've got to And a Job."
Skeets told himself. "Smitty
and Tom ?rot theirs, an' they're
goin| to work all vacation. I'm
goin* to get one. too. and show
'em I'm just as able to earn
money as they are."
Skeets set out for a walk
through the downtown district
of Carson. The streets were
pretty quiet that early in the
morning, for t'arson was not a
large town. Skeets had ample
opportunity to think*
"Maybe some store will have
a 'boy wanted' sign In the window."
I He had just crossed Perry
street and was walking in f*ont
| of Uaumberg's grocery store.
Baumberg's stood on the corner
| of Main and Perry.
"I wonder if I could get a job
there?old Baumberg seems to
be in need of some help the way
his store is mussed up." Skeets
stopped in front of the place and
looked through the dirty plate
glass at the messy display windows.
"Won't hurt to sgk." So
Skeets started toward the
screened entrance of the store
He opened the door and walked
in. So one was in sight, but
a box dropping in the rear of
the store told him Mr. Baumberg
was back of the old partition
preparing for the day's business.
When Baumberg heard the
door-of h** store slam he hurried
around the partition. As he
walked up to Skeets he squinted
his mean little eyes over the top
of his funny spectacles and
rubbed his chubby hands on his
"What can I do for you. my
boy?" He talked with a foreign
"I want a job." blurted Skeets.
-Job? I ain't got no job. For
why you come here?*'
"Well, I Jus' thought may ha
you might need somebody to
"Aw?go 'long and don't both?r
me. I ain't got no time to
monkey with kids like yoj?beAin't
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sides what good would a little
feller like you be? None." And
Baumberg turned back toward
Skeets walked nut?disgusted.
"What good would a little feller
like you be?" Maybe If old
Baumberg had a "little feller** or
two around to help he could tfo
Skects was plainly mad. But
on top of this he was discouraged
and though he looked and
looked all that day he found no
Job? certainly were scarce!
(Make up one and send it in.)
What i* tljc greatest bet that
ever mi made??Contributed by
"He uses a pen. but cannot*
"He roots like a Illy, but seldom
"What kind of an 'animal Is
Nits to Cracks .
(Make one up and send It In).
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This is the name of "a famous
motion-picture actor who pjays
cowboy parts mostly. Rearrange
the letter* properly and see who
he is.?-Contributed ? by ? "Movie
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Local Scouts sD
Of Other Sex si
Camp in Md. J
Boy Scouts ire realizing or ^
are about to Nave their camping l<
days within a few weeks. Girl r'
Scouts also will camp, and it
was announced yesterday that
the quota which will visit Camp
Bradley at Edgewood, Md., the
first week, starting tomorrow, t<
has been completed. There are c<
yet vacancies for the remaining: P
weeks. Field Day will be July D
23. and Mrs. Harding is expected
to be present. "
Those who will leave for
camp tomorrow include: Troop
41, Charles I* Wheeler. Dorothy
Held Johnson, Helen I. Wheeler,
Catherine Itowell, Catherine ^
Todd: Troop 1, Olive Bowman; ^
Troop 42, Cynthia Crocker. Har- t1
riet Chadwick, Helen Winkler. r
Margaret Winkler; Troop 21. b
Minit* M. Hinkle, Elaine Johnson.
Roberta M. Johnson, Mar- ,
garet Davis. Virginia I- Mont- j
gomery; Troop 2. Lilian Linguist: n
Troop 4, Mary A. Toomey, Alice ^
May Breman; Troop 18. Jessie v
Hill Whitham. Mary Lenebam; ?
Troop 8, Anna Rommel. Eliza- g
beth Rommel, Virginia Stephen- j H
son, Mrs Winifree E. Johnson. 7
Edith L. McCoy. Agnes 8. New- S
myer. Hester Baden, Alice L
Weber. Anna G. Tracy, Laura d
Voorhees, Katherine L. Boykln.
Elizabeth Hannay, Marjorle
Hannay. Margaret Bl*cktston6.
Dorothy Dunlap. Virginia and h
Theodora Emerson, Dorothy A. to
Boyle; Troop 25. Mary C. WorthIhgton,
Clara B. Moellen: Troop *
" 28, Margheritta Tillman; Troop J
3, Bessie Cush. Margaret Cush: .
"TrjfcOp 6. Elizabeth Lowell (u?assigned,
Mary E. Brigham. Constance
Williams. Evangeline O. Hall.
Virginia Moorman. Lucy Powe??,
ttaricy Hopkins. Elizabeth C. a
Fries. Henrietta Holmes. Mrs. *
Alma Rodgers. Mary L. Hausman
and Katharine Kingman. .
Over-Take Itaee." ?
The players form in a large clr- I
cle, standing about 3 feet apart. r
At a signal they start running >
around. Each player tries to tag
the- oae In front of him. and as
soon as a player is tagged he
auet drop out of the circl*. I
The running continues until all
the players have been tagged. ,
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The spoken version of "Way
own East" by Lottie Blair Parker,
hlch was pictured by D. W. Grit
th. will b* the attraction at the
tiubert-Garrlck Theatre for one
eck commencing Monday. The
lay will be presented by the 8huert-Garrick
obert Brister. Florence Evelyn
iartin and others. Other charae?rs
will be choaen from the Garck
organisation and from local
R. F. KEITH**.
Florence Moore, comedienne, will
?p-lln* the Keith biil next week
(immencing Monday: others are
eggie Carhart. vlollniste; Harry
olf in his chararteristic and popuir
nonsense. with additional stelir
Ann Huter will be the shining
tar in the Cosmos hill next week;
le Bison City Four. Billy Bouncer's
ircus: the Neapolitan Duo; the Lalont
Trio; George Beban's film feaure.
"A Man in a Million;'* "Southrn
KxpoSur^" and other acta will
The character artist. Lester Berard.
in "The Golden Gale" by
aron Hoffman, will headline thtaudeville
bill at the Strand next
'eek. beginning Sunday. "Dancers
upreme" xwlth Hamilton. Calven
nd Hormih; the AerlsT UACU.U:
'ess and Anna Carter; Beck and
tone, and Elaine Hammerstein in
The Miracle of Manhattan" are a<litionai
Beginning Sunday. Uev's Columbia
will offer "The Wild Goose." Albert
'aramount - Cosmopolitan produclon.
based on the (amous Hearst's .
jfagasine story by Gouverneur
iorris. and featuring in its cast i
4ary Mad.area Holmes E. Herbert
nd Normal! Kerry.
Beginning Sunday and continuing 1
.t the Metropolitan for one weex. i
rill be shown the greatest of the
ames Oliver Curwood picturized J
torles of the frosen North. "The '
lolden Snare." in which the prtn- j
ipal roles are played by Lewis S.
?tone. Ruth Renlck and Wallace
*eery. The story concerns the exferiejiees.
of h Sergeant of the Royal '
Cla>a Kimball Young in "Charge
t!" will be the featured attraction
it Moore's Rialto Theater all next
reck beginning Sunday, the star
issuming four different roles. The
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play was written by Sada Cowan.
The cast includes Batty Blytbe,
Herbert luwllniron. Nigel Barrie.
Dulcie Cooper, Kdward Kimball and
For the week beginning Sunday,
Lmw's Palacc presents Wallace
Reld in a plcturiaatlon of "Toe
Much Speed," by Byron Morgan Mr
Heid is suported by a brilliant cast
that includes Agnes Ayres and
Theodore Roberts. The direction
was by Frank Urson.
A mystery drama of political Intrigue
will be featured at Moore*
Garden the first four days
week beginning Sunday, in "The
Devil to Pay." with Roy Stewart.
Kritzi Brunette. Robert McKim and
others. Thursday through Saturday
"The Lure of Egypt" will be presented
with Claire Adam*. Robert
McKim. Joseph J. Dowlln^ and
- km. kkbboikct.
For the week beginning Sunday
the Knickerbocker promises, on Sunday
and Monday. James Oliver Curwood's
story. "The Golden Snare,
with Lewis s>. Stone. Ruth Renic*
and Wallace Be.ry: Tuesday .m<
Wednesday. "Honest Hutch." starring
Will Rogers. Thursday an<!
Friday. Roscof ("Fatty"), Arbuckle
tn "The Dollar-a-Year Man:"
urday. Ethel Clayton In "Sham."
Beginning Sunday. Crandall s wll
present for the first three days ol
the week James Wtallcomb Riley i
"The Old Swimmin' Hole." starring
Charles Ray: on Wednesday an<
Thursday, Grace D'Armond will b<
presented in "The Beautiful GanV
bier;" Naalmova in "Bllliona" an<
Mark Bennett's "Astray from thi
St<erage" will be offered Friday an<
GLE> ECHO PARK.
One of the coolest spots in th<
vicinity of Washington is Glei
Echo Park, reached by a delightfu
car ride along the river. It is prov
Ing the Mecca for dancers thesi
warm nights, who find that its well
appointed pavilion is always swep
by cooling breezes, while the must
Is of Just the right tempo.
The hot wisther is having no ter
i or for excursionists at Chesapcak
Beach the popular salt water resor
Just an hour's ride from the Capital
Delightful sea breezes constant!;
fan the long boardwalk * ***'
ovcr-the-watcr amusement*. Ther?
Is nothing more refreshing than i
cool dip In the salty surf.
great fal1.s park.
Delightful outings are to be en
Joyed at beautiful Great Falls Tarl
these heated summer da>s. r>anc
Ing In th* large pavilion overtook
ing the Falls and the concerts to
the ladiea' orchestra, boating. dsn
ing. kodaking and amusements foi
the children are but a part of th?
variety of amusements to be en
chevy chase lake.
Thousands were at the Lak?
Tuesday evening to take part it
the Lucky Number Dances. Thi
many priaea presented to the for
tunate ones tended to increase in
tereat in this feature at the I.?ak?
and from now on Lucky Numbei
nights every Tuesday should be c?
The delightful week-end trips ol
the steamer St. Johns to Colonla
Beach are gaining popularity.^ Th<
at earner leaves the Seventh Stree
Wharf on Saturday at 2:30 p m.
and Sunday at 9.00 a m. The bathIng
Is equal to that of any of th?
Atlantic resorts, and is the onlj
resort near Washington with I
Cool and delightful la the plcnl*
grove at beautiful Marshall Hall
A river trip, abort and intensely
interesting, on the historic Potomac
brings one t<j thla. the oldest ol
Washington's summer resorts. Th.
steamer Charles Macalestcr makethree
trips daily?10:00. a- m. 2:H
and 6:80 p. m.
PF>\ GARDEN 9.
Under entirely new management
the Fenn Gardens, at Peftna. ate
nue and Twentjr-ftrst street. opene<
its new season last night. Prof. Fia
lev W Nott, well-known instructoi
of dancing, has been placed It
charge and promiaea a brand-new
innovation in a fo* trot step. "th?
double shuffle." Rotarians
Guests of France.
PARIS, July , t ?American Botartans
were guests of the Freaet
eovernment aat a dinner last night
The speakers Included Cotnmeec*
Minister rVOt. President Oorce. ol
the French Rotarians. and sever*
of the Americana. Afterward tb?
party attended a special Shakespearean
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This very low pricing mi
plenty of fresh, cool white
and every day summer weai
These are made of an
satin, with a glossy finish,
have novelty inset pockets, a
large pearl button or buckle.
There is a large numbei
popular demand and except
best to make your selections
Ski.-t S*<-tina. Tkird floor.
!j Cool Crep
Always delightfully beco
, frocks of crepe de chine, in
' I of the summer mode, are rea
finds for them on a summer
Their charming simplicity
by pleated frills or rows and
11 Two of the models are held
which ties a long crepe de cl
. j interesting, for they are neith
c Wonrn Dress Section. Third ftoor.
t I K I
Reduced to One-hi
. And please bear in mir
\ Reed Chairs, Rockers and S<
Sea Grass Chain and 1
Rattan Hour Glass
The reduced prices are
This furniture is marked
Very desirable for porch
try homes aad lawns. The e
i number of cases there is onlj
or kind, so it is important tl
r delay if you would avoid <
Willow IM M S*Tttoa. rirtk <l~
NAVAL AND STATE
CHIEFS PAY VISITS
AKNAPOU8. July l-Oo?. Ritchie
and Admiral Honry H Wllaon, near
luptrlntendfnt of the Naval Academy.
exchanged formal courteoiea
today. Admiral Wllaon waa drat
to can Accompanied br ht? off rial
aide UleuJ Comdr M. B Tladale
Admiral Wllann waa driven by auto
to the esaevtlre manalon nhortlv
before It o'clock. There Maryland *
executive waa In waiting to receive
hl? naval tueata He wat aaaiated
In receiving them by Adjt Oen Milton
A. Rerkord. MaJ John de H
Donw. Ordnan.r Department and
Ma]. J Harry Wagner. of the
Quartermaster Corpa. Maryland National
An-hour later the governor waa
driven to the academy and returned
tha call. The arrival of the governor
within the government reaervatlon
waa the atgnal for a aeventeen- >
Itun aalute from the atation ahlp.
Lawyer Before He Is 21.
FREDERICKSBURG. Vftn JuUjr ?
?Hitch D. Scott. Jr.. of thta city,
has returned to hie homr from Roanoke.
where he successfully passirt
the State bar examination. Bwtt
la not yet SI yearn of ace. and ta
probably the yonnr**t applicant to
pass the examination.
floor ? r. .
}riced $2.95 ,
ikes it possible for one to have j
tub skirts ready for vacation
excellent quality of white surf
in two different styles. Both
nd tailored belts fastening with
r of these skirts, but with such
ional low pricing, it would be
early in the day.
>e de Chine
>r Women '
d $25 !
ming. these cool, graceful little
white, navy or black, favorites
idy for the many uses that one
of line and design is enhanced
rows of ribbon loop trimming.
at the waist with elastic, over
(line sash. The value is doubly
er perishable nor costly to buy.
ilf the Former Prices ?
id that the former prices were
Chain, Plan Chun, Rockers
a Armchairs, Rockers and Eil
$4.25, $6.75. $7, $7.50
at half of the original prices,
es. verandas, sue parlors, counntire
stock is included, but in a
r one or two designs of a piece
Mt you make selections without