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or THK DOCTOR.
While Enid Blair wandered nilleaaly
round tha library. Kucr
tuicklx flung en a strMt cMtpaa.
-We-B Bad Dr. Langwsll tf It la
lomurty possible." aha had promised
But aa she drtssed. aha bad bar
IT Langwell had deliberately goae
way with tba Intention of aot banc
found It would take mora eaperlatlra
cleverness than iba posaesaed
to run upon a clue.
Moreover, what waa ta bo done
Tea tf ha waa found? Merely bo- |
sauae Enid Blair waa Infatuated
nth him waa no raaaon why ha
aould return to her.
So far aa Nancy could aaa from
rhat tba girl had told bar. Landrail
had the right to go away It ha
PeK so Inclined. She had frankly
Ldmltted that no misunderstanding
existed between them. Indeed, by a
erles of adroit remarks, Nancy had
(leaned that Enid did not even
know that Edith had left Langwell
rorarer and that ha waa on the road
p? freedom. Apparently he had
sot wished her to learn of thla fact.
Nancy smiled with appreciation
at hla cleverness.
For the life of her. Nancy could
ot aee why the girl waa so
alarmed; so determined upon the
unconventional and highly nndlgnl ed
course of locating a man who
sbvloaaly did aot want to be found.
. . , Unless there had been more
to the scene of Edna DeaVs advent
than Enid had told.
"All ready." she said cheerly as
she entered the library.
Enid Blair turned from the window
where she had been staring
out into the spring sunshine.
The bright sunlight showed that
her young face was almost haggard.
As If sensing a revelation of the
merciless morning light, she drew
a veil down off her hat brim, adjusting
It with nervous Angers.
Tie had my matd call Connie
Stanley. Dr. Lairgwell had not
been there and he Is not expected.
It seema that he made his last call
Ihere -yesterday. Anna phoned- one
or two other patients of his with
the same result. I believe that the
only thing we can do is to go to
his apartment and trust to luck
that we And out something from
that Inscrutable Japanese butler."
Enid Blair made a gesture of
"I tried that early thla morning
over the phone."
Nancy laid a sympathetic band
en her arm.
"Never mind. We'll try In perron.
Tou can't expect to get anything
out of an Oriental over the phone."
They went down ta a taxi.
Nancy was thinking whst a qaeer
fate It was that brought the insolent
young beauty to her. Indolent
no longer but humbly beggincr
_ She was wondering, too, If she
Nancy, who had thought herself
free of others' affairs was fated to
tart again on the weary round of
lending aid and counsel which,
though earnestly solicited, had a
disconcerting way of back Urine.
She was tired of being forever
at the beck and call of other people.
She Wished passionately that she
had such pressing affairs of her
own that there would be no time
for others, that no one would have
the audacity to demand assistance I
"What a selfish little beast lam!"
ahe thouht contritely. "When I was
free of other people and belonged
only to Gerry. I waa Just as unhappy
and dissatisfied as I am now.
But oh, how I've learned my lesion
The taxi was caught In a traffic
lam at Seventy-second street.
Nancy leaned back with a sigh,
realising the futility of haste, but
Enid Blair sat upright, her hands
clenched In her lap.
"Hello there!" a car drew alongside
their taxi and Curtia Stanley
hailed them Joyously. "Where are
you gfrla going at this unhallowed
hour? Seeing Langwell off. I suppaacr*
Both women leaned forward simultaneously
"Off? Is he going away?" Nancy
"Juet paaaed him back up the
Drive a way. He', leaving for
Chicago thla morning. Well miss
him. He's some bird, that doc*"
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TWO UNDER ARREST
FOR TRAIN WRECK
_ DETROIT. Aug. 2?Police report
they have two men under arrest en
auapicion of having caused the
wreck of the west-bound Michigan
Central train at Inkater, which left
hare Just before midnight last night.
One hundred paaaengera ln the
train were thrown from their bertha
early today when the train waa de ?o?al
of aplkea and
rails. 1 he engine toppled over on
Ita side. pinnIn* Engineer Robert
Rock, of Jackson, under the wreck 'ap
more than two hoars,
east-bound train from Chicago,
speeding toward the wrecked
waa "topped Just mm It rand
several of the sleepers.
IS ?.? k",! only one.
H la believed, seriously hurt.
Central Labor Union
For Rent Act Extension
Arrangements for the Labor Day
celebration at Marshall Hall have
been practically completed. It waa
aanouaoad at a meeting of the Can- I
"?> Laoor Union Monday night j
Hamuel Oompers will be the prln?P?I
speaker of the occasion
,_A :? > ? ? was adopted endora!"*
u" exteoalon of the Ball redt
L-T' .? *f speakers
M spoken In its favor.
Henry Nolta. of the Upholatarars'
Onion, reported that the International
Upholsterers- Union had ap?*wred
the Zlhlmaa bill granting
B*-'!' to e'tlsens of the rMetrtct
af Cola?bla- "He urged that the
toeal representatives of the varloua
Internationals work to obtain the
District suffrage measure.
A ' eel-J Hon was adopted supporting
the recommendation of the
American Federation of Labor that
won members purchase only
THE GUMPS?Four and Twenty Blackbirds.
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&b\e ^ai|5' j@ailij JKeralft
Mc, m< witk Tkr nc imm. " icorw a, mi. ~ ' nwiiiti im.
^el*ep ^oc^ety]. A Judge Brown Story- Talk INSPECTORS
KOOSeVelt ?????.^?^???? Agriculture-7-CIiaTlea F. Hufulr?
ff W% ro_. W54I, Tah. And it's funny to hear him telt Ba. 1161 Sixth street northeast.
Enrolls Boys 1B< Wlln 10 P??P>? ?><>* I belp him with the Poultry ? Paul Fisher. 1U1
By Judge Willis Brown c" ?hen 1 do J* *" " ?" Glrard street. Brookland. ,
A secret organisation has re- The doctor invited me to his fa^he* aire tor the^utonobile. * Boats?Edwin Henderer. 7W
"""ry--*t?T1 flt-Trf iu\>u?S?e hora? 10 meet h'* ?n- -How about the garden?" I Thirteenth street southeast.
th?Tctos? banding foie^e? ofTh" ? *? and h" w,f* "d ""ed him. Carpentry - Russell Vanderboys
and staff, and also for the their son. Tom, were seated at "Same thins. I do it all." was slice. 60S G street northeast.
further advancement of Scouting the dinner table. the reply Electricity?Eugene Myers, 102
in the District. The boys must Tom Is a great help to me After the ride, and after Tom West Clifton terrace.
With the automobile," said the ,eft ?h? "*?? ? l?ted to them wireless - Edgar Eagleston.
teen hours, mingling with the some of the things Tom and I "
other boys,, entering all activ- 'doctor. talked about and was frank 11 street northeast.
ities. but cannot speak a word. "Tes, Tom is Just crazy about enough to tell them that uncon- Chemistry?Percy H. Skinner,
If a message is to be transmit- automobiles, remarked Toms sciously they were unfair to Tom. jr.. 1702 First street northwest,
ted. It must be written or sig- mother. "Why, Judge Brown, what do .. _ ...
nailed. Then they must nndergo nn the "'""obiler1 you mean? Jn what mannerr. JsT"
a vigil, when the candidate keeps I asked Tom. "Well, with you the father, Channing street northeast
watch by the council Are and Tom looked insulted why did you not tell me before ... .". f. *"
communes with the Great Spirit "pf course I can. Tom at the dinner table that he * "'***.?orul<!"Jduring
the silent hours of the Tom s mother then remarked, took charge of the car, and that , Albert Isle,
night. He then must fast for a "T.1"?*11*. ,,ke l? fjde *hen Tom he was better than any garage *?Vanrl.? Showalter
short time and then take his drives the car better than when man that ,f lhore was any h<,Ip_ J
vows of allegiance, first to his the doctor does. Inn. you helped Tom. That f.-iniinL' am!JReriin.kv 904
country, then to the Scout or- _ Tom looked rather amused at wouM haVc been the truth rather I rlnting?Allen Berl nsky, ?04
ganlzation and its motives. his father, who made no remark. tha? that Tom ? , wit? Eighth street southeast.
The symbol around which the "How about the garden. Tom. the car, wouldn't |t?" ,?K Cartoons?Shret
organisation is centered Is an old d? *0? ?*? working in the soiir "Certainly it would," replied 1752 T strcet "'"h,
chestnut oak tree, located far off 1 inquired. the father. , ? ... ,. ?
[ la the woods. The-ground has Before Tom could answer me. -rhon about the garden I unwashed
away from the tree at "is mother quickly replied. . d,ratand that about a? you <tlrt m?". 243 Fourteenth strcet
the roots, then covered over "Tom is very handy In the gar- was to select the seed, and that southwest.
.with protecting .bark, but the "?" He helps me a great deal, Tom pianted and cares for It. Is
general formation is similsr to a al we h*ve_ a very fine vege- that right?" I asked the mother. Vsllrttf P?P"
big throne, with a dias for the' taJ>'? garden. "Tes, that is so." A minister, who was usually
presiding officer. It makes a Then father and mother told "Yet you informed me that Tom very long - winded, one day
weird and fantastic appearance. J"? other things about Tom. and helped you with the garden." preached a sermon only ten mlnespeeially
when seen by the light how proud they were of him. Tom's mother did not reply to utes in length. Upon concluding
of a cam pf! re. Those who took Tom didn t say much at me but wcnt out and called for his remarks hesaid:
the initiation last week Were W. the dinner table. Tom "I regret to Inform you that
S. Manning. D. A. Carman, W. Afterwards.-Tom took me for a (Continued Tomorrow.) my dog. who appears to b?t peHutton,
J. Fair. 8. Davidson, D. ride about the city. , ruiiariy fond of paper, got hold
Fair. R. Hartshorn, B. Williams, "P? 5[ou know. Judge, that . of the remainder of my sermon
R. Turner. W. S. White, E. D. father dont know much about A " "eeessity. this morning and chewed it *p."
Frants. W. H. Clements, S. Wil- an automobile, I do all the tlx- Hello, Jack, is Tommy in the After the service a small boy.
leyy, e! Dwyer A. Frank, Horace ,n8. and when there's something houseV who was visiting in the congreand
Holmes Fountain, E. Portch. the matter with the ear father "Course he is. Don't you see Ration made his way up to the
Scoutmaster F. M. Sherwood and *?*?*? asks me to ottend to it. his shirt on the liner' minister.
S. Mansfield, Jack Lee. William ?????????????t "Please, sir," he demanded.
Stephenson. D. Lee, P. Frasler, J. CIDCT A UFDir a |kio "1I*" that do* any PUP*7 1 want
Taylor. W. Frasler, K. Carpenter, t lt\0 1 AMLKILAlNj to fak? OBe h<>me to our mlnisSocS.
V." Wa^'r, w:C5a^en.
Wender. I> Hunt, Robert 8mith ALttltVtlptrll RtLORD. Want t Ba It Be f
and Assistant Scoutmaster James What is the one thing that you have done that you consider your
Hall. . greatest achievement? The most valuable collection
What is the most important thing you are doing now? of stamps in the world is for
Nats to Crack What regular worthwhile thing are you going to start doing at' *a1c. It is valued at $1,000,(Make
up one and send'it in) ?nCe? - ?#0 . Th? collection contains a
Why is an elephafit s head dif- ? u*ed "d an "ta",p ?<
ferent from every other head? every denomination Issued
> . j down to the twentieth cen(Answe.
to last one: "Would '"ry_ " contains the only
you rather a train hit you or a vote- If van ban Mil a / known copy of the rarest
U^r-Rath? the train hit th. " BHtUh gulna'cVuSO.'
Ei? many 1 hire * Baron Philip von Ferrary,
ru.'lv TTanilrant vsgstaMs tardaa, kow / the owner of this rare coliecuauy
, . Isnai H?r aaeh susay Street address J. tion, died ia 1?1T and beCMake^one
upland ?nd It in) \ ^ But w?
Laphr Dolaw Ronm^ ^ - Ci,r y, kept in Paris the F "nch go"
t,--? - ???= Constan- Pab,. 9,^, ^.Ti't Unow^d'^or
AINT IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING ? \ ?By Briggs.
CHEM'S A LeTT??" FROM "(!AY ROIiii - ?J =f i }
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SAW .T 4 TH? HOTTEST- ^ ioMe rHV^c -vag^ 3 \ "T A^Y HOTre? i
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pHERe s owe Fftor^x| VU OH-H-H- BOV!!
t HARRY 3TATOU--JAW ) ODD MClNTVRic S UUlt^e - 14-7 LA' _5- A,K" "*" ,T
57 Hi-5 SUF^efttrJG IS / ( ,SHC SAYS HER HUSBAND t^^cV^y' I CK H* R RANO
li\ TfeRRlBue - - -aJEARUV / J HAS JO.ST FAlfMTCD Froiv> J ^j?/y, 'A AND OLOR R-R R>OU5
| excesswe HEAT ?S / jp ^ee*-'. ,
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TWO MEN KILLED
IN TRAIN WRECK
ROVE, Qa, Aug. t. ? Two were
killed and one seriously Injured at
Kingston, near here today when an
engine on the Nashville. Chattanooga
and St. Louie Railway hit a
motor w?rk car on that Una.
The dead are: J. H. Stephens,
foreman of a section gang, and T.
A. Tate, train worn man. ?
H. J. Hill, another train workman,
was badly hurt.
Open 9:15 A. M. N
The Men 'i
b coaaecboB with the
1M Pan Pais Beach a
At tke Very Specia
Every man knows the hip
of shirts. The materials are I
ished beyond criticism
We hare been fortunate
flannel, extra quality silk-strip
before our patrons at very gn
Woven Madras Shirts in
colors; sizes 14 to 1ft
Light-weight wool and c
collars to match. These are a
outing shirt for sports and g
Extra quality Silk Stripe
of same malarial; neat stripi
Exceptionally attractive mater
Men's Store. First Floor.
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^S?^ I, S AM he BUTI Wire.
tT Kdlth Hale*tock. wife of Dennis
f Half-Stock, of a Union court. ru*h*<l
around to the station beuae and
persuaded Policeman Collin to gw
, back to tl* bouae with her. The*
\\ jgC^? Mw D?nnU ' tin* In the doorway
%) a / barring hie wife's entrance,
ft Tjjr' | "I ain't gonna a tart nothln' while
M X V I . >ou ia around." Derala told Cod In.
Y jofc. J 7 i "But you better go back to No.
[yj/ I W/ ?"d leave the coll door opea for M
ll ynfi^nit out* my wife after you go."
JV/JR Coflln tried to persuade Dennis
jigMl i l iy_l UjI JllJR not to do any more harm to hit
??fr lB ,Tr' r r Wife. Ha had already cracked hoi
- 11 acroaa the arm with a chair.
No aooaer had Cod In gotten out
of sight than Donnla atarted to
beat tha woman. Her acraaau
EARTHQUAKES HIT ! Tha trouble started. Dennis said.
12 ITALIAN CITIES T* ?
went to soipe other place. He was
MIL.AN. Italy. Aug. 2?Widespread only reprimanding her with tha
earthquakes brought terror to a chair, he said, when ahe went to
dosen Italian cltlea today. No. I
Tremors were felt at Leghorn and Oaee he was In court for
Lucca In the North w*Bt and Bari boating Kdlth and serrod some time,
in the Southeast. The most serious He was then let out on probation
at Bari. where on* big building col- on account of his three small chlllapaed
and many other* were par- dren.
tially wrecked. He failed to make that escus*
There were a number of victims 1 work this time. Judge McMahon
in Bari. Under direction of pro*; told him that he could not hide bevlnclal
and city authorltiea, reacue i hind the ftiree babies again, and
squads were still at work today. ' handed him alzty daya.
' * I
ew York?WASHINGTON?Para Que C P. H.
? Clothing Section Announces,
iginning Today, Their
r Sale of Hot Weather Suits
ladical Price Reductions
This represents our entire ff in>ng
stock of these High-grade Suits
?the better tort ( tropical-weight
fuiU which men find such pleasure
[ and comfort ia wearing during the
Suits that we hare been carrying
in our regular stocks, and you may
HjA therefore expect to find the most
fashionable models of the season.
The light tan and gray shades, as
well aa a generous showing of the
smart medium and dark . effects, in
' V plain and pattern designs.
In the entire collection all sizes
are represented and a fitting for any
type of figure will be possible, but
naturally this is not true of every material
Palm Beach Suits
Now Reduced to $16.75
Mob air Suits
. Now Reduced to $19.75
above we are iIn
*d Mohair Traaser* Si,M,UD? **
1 P Reduced to $23.75
1 Pnce, $5.75
Men's Clothing Sectioa, First Floor
ciql Purchase /r ///
i Selling of the
iglige Shirts (01 "
Mack Below the Usual Price.
h standard of making that characterizes this well known brand
he very bast of their kinds, and the shirts are tailored and finin
procuring a large quantity in madras, fine, non-shnnkable
led madras and fiber silk at prices that enable us to place them
various neat and well-covered striped patterns; absolutely fast
Very Specially Priced, $2.59
at ton mixed non-sh linkable Flannel Shirts that have detachable
aoady in neat striped patterns; absolutely fast colors. An ideal
tneral wear; Sizes 14 to 15ViVery
Specially Priced, $2.55
d Madras and Filer Silk Shirts; some have detachable collars
ss and solid colon; a few plain colors with self or white stripes,
alt that will render unlimited service.
Very Specially Priced, $2.95