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THE WASHINGTON TOIES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
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Awaiting Arrival of ' . -President
Jalia Murdock Thinks Hazel May
"Has Had Moving Picture Film Career
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MRS. CHARLES NAGEL,
Wife of the Secretary of Commerce and
labor and the First Cabinet Hostess
to Return for the Winter.
The tint Cabinet home to be opened
(or the season Is that of the Secretary
of Commerce and Labor and lira.
Charles D. Nagel. who arrived In
'Washington this morning, accompanied
byithelr children. Marj.. Edith, .Charles.
Jr., and Dorothea. Miss Hlldegarde
i Nagel, who Is now visiting In the
Adirondack!, will Join her parents some
tlrao In November.
The Secretary and Mrs. Nigel came
direct from their summer home, at
Marlon, Mass., where they have, been
spending the season, stopping off In
New, York for a few hours last night
to attend a dinner given by the nat
Dr. Joseph Lo'ngworth Anderson and
Miss Anderson have taken the house
of Major David D. Porter, U. 8. ft: C
and Mrs. Porter, at 1819 Nineteenth
street, and will close-their country place
in Maryland shortly and come to Wash
ington for the wlnjer. Last year they
occupied the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Hlchard Lee Fearn, on Massachusetts
Noval Constructor C. Willis Fisher
and Mrs. Fisher are visiting Mrs. Fish
er's mother, Mrs. Martha S. dlelow. at
Mrs. Day, wife of Col. Selden Allen
'. B- A" ha" one to the Virginia
Hot Springs for a few weeks. She will
Join Colonel Day at their residence on
Lamont street early in November.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Walter B. Brooks, jr.,
are planning to give a small Informal
dance Thursday evening, October 17, at
their country place In the Green Spring
Valley In honor of Mr, Brooks' sister,
Miss Florence Drqoks.
Mrs. Brooks was formerly Miss Louise
Cromwell, of Washington, daughter of
Mrs,, Edward T. Stotesbury, of- Phlla
delphla " f
Mrs. Thomas nicliardson Is the guesf
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dlxev at.
Copt.- William B. Caperton, u. S. N..
and other officers of the Narrugansett
Bay naval training station, are or
ranging for a dance to be given at the
Naval War College a little later in tho
month. The exact date has not yet been
Several dinner parties were given at
Lenox last night Including one by Mrs
J. Frederick 'Schenck, In honor of Col.
Spencer Cosby, u. S. A., and Mrs. Cos
by. Colonel Cosby has Just Joined Mrs.
Cosby, who has been visiting Mrs.
Schenck for the season.
Viscountess Benolst d'Axy, wife of tho
naval attache of the French embassy,
sailed from New York this morning on
board the France, of the French line.
Tho Minister of Chile and Mme.
Buarex have leased the residence of
Mrs. J. Fairfield Carpenter, 13278lxteenth
street, which they occupied last sea-
'son as the legation, for another year.
Miss Margaret 11, Clark, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Clark, was married
to John F. Brownlow, son of Col. and
Mrs. John B. Brownlow, of Tennessee,
this morning at 10:30 o'clock In the home
of the bride's parents at 321 East Capl
tol street. The wedding ceremony,
which was attended by the relatives
and a few Intimate friends, was per
formed bv the Kov. C. W. Whltmore.
Tho bride, who was escorted and giv
en In marriage by her father, was tin
Bttentred. She wore a tailored suit of
dark blue cloth with a hat of the same
Immediately after the wedding cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow left
Washington for New York, from where
they will sail Saturday for Florida. Af
ter November 13 they will be at" home
in Knoxvllle, Tenn.
Brig. Oen. Michael V. Sheridan, U. B.
A and Mrs. Sheridan, who have spent
the summer at the Hotel Wellington In
Carlisle, Pa., are expected to return to
Washington about October 17 nnd open
their apartment In the Portland for the
Society at the Virginia Hot Springs
Is eagerly anticipating the arrival of
the President and Mrs. Taft, who are
expected at the Homestead October 26
for their annual autumn visit. Upon
the conclusion of the automobile tour
which thov are now making through
the Berkshlres, the President and Mrs.
Taft will spend another ten days at
.Beverly' before their departure for the
Today and tonight they are the guests
of the Secretary of the Treasury and
Mrs. MacVeegh at their summer home
at Dublin, N, H., making the trip to
Dublin from Bretton Woods, where they
spent last night.
St. Stephen's 'Episcopal Church was
the scene of a beautiful wedding .last
evening when Miss Helen C. Chandlee,
1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will H.
Chandlee, was married to Dr. Samuel
Jay Turnbull, U. S. A. Palms, autumn
leaves, and clusters of yellow and whit
chrysanthemums adorned the church
and the wedding music was played by
Mr. Stoddart, organist of the church.
Preceding the entrance of the bridal
party, "The Evening Hong," from "lann.
hauser," and "Oh Hose, My Rose," a
song written by the bride especially for
this occasion, were played, and during
the ceremony, "Oh, Promise Me," and
"Oh, Believe Me If All Those Endear
ing Young Charms."
The rector of the church, the Rev.
George F. Dudley, performed the 'wed
ding ceremony in the presence of a
largo gathering of relatives and friends.
The brde, who was escorted and giv
en in marriage by ..her 'father, wore a
handsome gown of ''white charmeuse
trimmed In duchess lace and embroid
ered In pearls. Her long tulle veil was
arranged In a cap effect with a wreath
of orange blossoms and -she carried a
shower . bouquet of Bride, roses and
lilies of' the valley. A'dlamond pend
ant, nn heirloom In the bride's family,
was the only ornament.
Miss Dorothy Holb'rook, the bride's
only attendant, wore yellow charmeuse
trimmed In yellow chldon. She carried
a shower bouquet of yellow roses.
Barton Pitts Turnbull, of Florida, was
his brother's best man and the ushers
were Lieut. Alfred T. Upshur, Lieut.
Bamuel F. Crelghton, Lieut. Kerwln
W. Klnard, and Lieut. John F. Coulter,
till of the medical corps, U. 8. A.
Following the wedding ceremony at
the church an Informal reception was
held In the home of the bride's parents.
In Lanier place. The house was beau
tifully adorned for the occasion with
palms, autumn leaves, and yellow and
white chrysanthemums, dahlias, and
cosmos blossoms. The bride's mother,
who assisted her son-in-law and daugh
ter In receiving the guests, wore a
gown of black satin veiled In lace.
Later In the evening Dr. and Mrs.
Turnbull left Washington for a wed
ding trip, and after November 1 will
be at home at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
The brldo traveled in a suit of
brown and black tweed with a brown
Among those attending the wedding
were the Washington members of
Kappa Delta Sorority, of which the
bride Is a member, and a number of
members of Kappa Alpha Fraternity, of
which the bridegroom belongs.
Cards have been received In Washing
ton from Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Mills,
of Des Moines, Iowa, for the marriage
reception of their daughter. Miss Mar
garet Mills and Frederick William
Lehmann, jr., on the evening of Sat
urday, October 16, at 8:S0 o'clock. 23
Thirty-seventh street, Des Moines.
The Military Attache of the Russian
Embassy and his sister. Baroness Eliza
belli de Bode, who have given up their
house In O street, are spending a few
days at the Portland before golnir to
New York. On October 1, they will
sai for Europe. Baron de Bode will go
directly to St. Petersburg upon their
Miss Anna Portner and her sister.
Miss Hlldegarde Portner, are giving up
their home In New Hampshire avenue
and will spend the winter at their covin,
try place near Manfssas, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorlmer Graham have
taken an apartment at 21J1 Wyoming
avenue for the season. Mrs. Graham
wos formerly Miss Elsa Portner.
Hear Admiral John McGowan, U. 8.
N., and Mrs. McGowan have returned
to Washington and have opened their
residence In Sixteenth street for the
winter. Miss Anna 'McGowan. who la
visiting In Philadelphia, will Join her
parents snoruy. Admiral and Mrs. Mc.
Gowan spent the summer at the Warm
Springs, W. Va.. and in the Catskllls.
This evening Mrs. Charles Brtce will
entertain at dinner In her apartment in
the Wilson In compliment to Miss Stella
Carusl and William Nelson Taft, whose
marriage will take place Saturday eve
nlug. Tomorrow evening Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Carusl will entertain the bridal
party at a supper at their residence In
Thirteenth street, following the rehear
sal In St. Patrick's Church.
Dr. Robert Fletcher, of tho Portland,
is spending the month of October In At
RearvAdmlral T. II, Stevens, U. 8. N.,
and Mrs. Stevens, who spent the last
few weeks in Atlantic City, Will rot'.nn
to Washington this evening and open
their apartment In Stonelelgh Court for
the winter. They spent the early sum
mer In tl. Catskllls and August and
part of September touring In the Yel
Mrs. Richard 8. Ely, who 'spent the
last several weeks motoring In New
England with her daughter. 'Mrs. Gib
bons, wife ofCapt, John n. Gibbons,
U, 8, N., has returned to Washington,
and Mrs. Gibbons has Joined Captain
Gibbons In Annapolis.
Mrs. Allerton Cushman, who has
spent the summer In Connecticut, will
return to Washington the latter part of
this month and join Mr. Ciishmnn ut
their residence In Sixteenth street
Sister; of Izetta Jewel Can
Do Lot of Unusual
The two Jewel sisters, of the lata Poll
Stock Company, rode Into town this
morning, dusty and tanned, after a five
days' horseback trip 'through the moun
tains 'of Virginia, and as they galloped
up the Avenue to their hotel, they
seemed to breathe the , atmosphere of
the West, where much 'Of their time 0
late years has been spent
Washington has seen and heard a
great deal of Miss Izetta Jewel, the
leading woman of the stock company
which closed such a successful season
last Saturday night They have not.
heard so much of her younger sister,
Miss Hasel May, as she is known on the
programs, but Miss Hasel May Jewel
Kenney, as her friends and family,
know her. Nevertheless, her stage ca
reer, though somewhat less successful
and brilliant than her sister's, has been
decidedly Interesting, not to say exciting-.
, s 1
Went On Stage
When Tea Years Old.
Hasel May was a little girl of ten
years when she made' her stage debut
appearing In children's parts In a sum
mer stock company which played In
Wilmington, N. C, her slater being the
leading woman of the company. There
Is scarcely an American play In which
mere Is a part for a girl or boy In
which she has not appeared.
"You wouldn't believe me when I tell
you that once when I was playing the
part or Silver Bird In 'Ranch 10 and
had to die, that I cried as hard a my
own sad and untimely demise as any
body in the piece, would your' she
Miss May can manage a horse as well
as any cowboy. She learned how to
ride out West, and was placed astride
a horse almost as soon as she could
She can handle a 00-horse power auto
mobile as well as she can a horse.
She can paddle a canoe with all the
dexterity of a Canadian Indian, and
shoot a rapid, If neccsxary.
She can swim like a porpoise, and can
danco like a fairy. Besides these ac
complishments. Miss May doesn't mind
It the least when some manager tells
her that he would like to have her Jump
from the deck of a steamboat Into the
Icy waters of the ocean, to ride for her .
life pursued by bandits or bloodthirsty
redskins, or to lie bound and gagged
across a table while the cabin burn
about her, and almost falls In upon her. ,
All of these experiences, and jnany '
more. Miss May passed through "many ,
times when she was leading woman of
the Pacific Coast branch of the Vita-
FOR TIMES WOMEN
What Is Seen
There are' some very handy little
change purses to be had at the leather
store on the north side of F street
which are suitable for men or women.
They will fit conveniently 'Into a small
pocket, and are roomy enough to ac
commodate a great deal of change and
perhaps a well folded bill or two. with
out having thkt over-fed appearance, so
tempting to light fingered 'folks. Many
of them are made In the better kinds of
leather, and cost somewhere In the
neighborhood of tl, but there are some
sold as low as 25 cents. These are not
made of real leather, however, and lack
the tiny tray which makes the more ex
pensive ones so convenient In fact this
tray, made by fastening a small piece of
leather at the edge of the flap, In a ver
tical position, gives the name to the
purses, for they are not called "change"
but "tray" purses. Pigskin at 60 cents
Is the cheapest price for this special
kind, but alligator, calf, and seal are
used In the 11.26, medium-sized ones.
Halloween Is the next day In the cal
endar which gives an excuse to school
children to neglect their lessons and
have a party. Some grown people seem
Just as anxious to use the same excuse
for social gatherings, and I saw several
standing In front of the show cases of
the stationery 'store at the corner of
Thirteenth and F street looking admir
ingly and speculatively, at thov hand
painted favors of cats, witches, etc..
which are displayed. For their benent
and for those who may wish to enter
tain on that night, I went Inside and
asked the prices. The hand painted
favors or name cards, are from 10 cents,
20 cents, and up, while th'e 'engraved and
hand painted Invitations are E centaj
apiece, and over.
On the first floor of the department
store at Eleventh and F streets there
Is a clock department, where all de
ecrlptlons of boudoir clocks may be
found. They are usually displayed on
a table near at hand, along with pic
ture frames, jewel cases, and other ac
cessories for the boudoir. Many of tho
clocks displayed of late, have been of
vegetable ivory, but I saw some today
(and they are cheaper then the Ivory)
made of metal covered with different
colored enamels. Some are 'pink, some
blue, and still others of a soft cream
color, and the price is only 31. Jewel
cases In this same material are several
prices, SOa being the lowest Tiny vege
table Ivory picture frames, Just the
right size for a mlnlattare, aro 3c.
If you like fried ojrsters and are in
the. habit of having them often you
Is Show, so Virginia Theater Today,
"For 1100." A great feature, A tremen
dous sensation, "At Old Fort Dear
born." Simply Immense.
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MISS HAZEL MAY.
graph Moving Picture Company, and
these were repeated when she went to
New York to Join the Eastern branch
of that firm. .
Career Reads Like
Moving- Picture Film. '
Miss May's dramatic career reads al
most like a moving picture film, for a
great deal of experience has been
crowded Into an exceedingly short space
of time with her.' After playing chil
dren' parts In stock the went West,
and It was while playing with the Vita
graph company that she was required
to do the various and varied "stunts"
that have made her so accomplished an
athlete and all-around out-door girl.
Jumping out of burning buildings snd
plunging Into the ocean were every-day
occurrences! to her, and It .was while
working for tho "movies" that her fa
miliarity with the automobile made her
a valuable member of the company.
There Is practically nothing that Miss
May cannot do with a motor car. In
New York theatrical circles she Is
called the "Automobile Girl." and It la
said that Mrs. Cuneo Is the only woman
In America who has made longer and
more sensational automobile trips than
she. One long run she recalls, covered
the distance between Portland, Ore,,
and Vancouver, British Columbia, She
has made the trip from Boston to New,
York, more times than she can count
and Is now planning to start with her
mother and slater next Sunday morn-
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
should by all means get one of the oys
ter fryers which the department store
at Seventh and K streets offer tor 19c.
These fryers are made of specially pre
pared sheet steel and are equipped with
separate wire drain baskets. There is
no danger of splashing or burning one's
hands with grease.
Chafing dish or ia!ad sets, consist
ing of wooden spoon and fork, of box
wood, are to be had In unusualBdcslgns
'at the Jwr7 store on the north side
of F street not far from .the .corner
of Twelfth. . The handles of one set
are of slvrline sliver, solid, ami are
marked at $5. Plain box-wood handle
lets, wltn a imall sllwr plate on the
front and back of the handle, for a
monogram, are $3 and up.
ECZEMA TEN YEARS
It Was Scratch, Scratch, Scratch,
and BurnBurn, Burn, Scratching
Broucht Sores Which Scabbed.
Couldn't Sleep, Cuticura'Soap
and Ointment Cured in 2 Weeks,
1909 Little Walsh at.i Baltimore, Md.
"I was afflicted with eczema for about ten
years, the most tormenting and agonizing.
It was dry eczema all
Itching. It was scratch,
scratch, scratch and burn,
tram, burn. By scratchiag
I brought sores which
scabbed. I tried all reme
dies which I knew or heard
of; some gave me temporary
relief, but none permanent
cure. I couldn't sleep for
scratching after which there was burn
ing. I saw the advertisement for free
samples of Cutlcura Soap and Outlcura
Ointment and wrote for them. They did
me good immediately and I then bought a
box of Outlcura Ointment and a cake of
Cutlcura Soap. I was cured in two weeks."
(Signed) George Wooden, Jan. 21, 1913.
Not only are Cutlcura 8o4p and Ointment
most valuable In the treatment of eczemas
and other distressing eruptions of akin and
scalp, but no other emollients do so much
for pimples, blackheads, red, rough and oily
skins. Itching, scaly scalps, dry,, thin and
falling hair, chapped hands and shapeless
nails, nor do It so economically. A single
cake of Cutlcura Soap (25c.) and box of
Cutlcura Ointment (60c) aro often sufficient
when all else has failed. Sold throughout
the world. Liberal sample of each mailed
free, with 13-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Outlcura, Dept T, Boston."
-Tedar-ftced men should use Cutlcura
leap fiaarlBg Stick, 39c Cample free.
S p $
Players In Late Poll Com
pany Back From-Long
Ing for a long .automobile trip through
the Maine mountains. She was the
only girl demonstrator at the Interna
tional automobile and aviation ahow
which was held In New York last year.
People who saw her at this show dem
onstrating the 'big French car were
skeptical regarding her knowledge of
automobile mechanism until after they
had talked with her, when they dis
covered that ahe knew as much about
wheels and carburetors and magnet&s
and the other mysterious things wbjch
make automobiles go, as the best In
formed man. Dressed In an all white
broadcloth suit Miss May created a
sensation in New York when she drove
the first three-wheeled automobile
How Her Career
Ai Player Broadened.
Her dramatto horizon broadened af
ter she severed her connection with the
Vltagraph Company and returned East
after having, however, had a very suc
cessful engagement in vaudeville, ap
pearing aa Bertha In the Flake produc
tlon of "The Devil." She entered Otis
Skinner's company, then playing "Your
Humble Servant" her. sister at that
time being Mr. Skinner's leading wo
man. In this play she was general
understudy, and also played the piano
A short engagement in vaudeville
when she appeared In a musical offering
with Henry Bchumann-Helnk, son of
the famous diva, was terminated wnen
she became a member of tho Poll organ
ization and was sent to Washington
with the Poll Players.
"Of course, I only play bits here,'' she
said one day In talking over her stage
career, "but there's a splendid chance
to make good, even there, and, besides,
mv sister and I tan be together, and
there aro only two of us, and mother,
and for the sake of being together I
em willing to make a few sacrifices In
the way of material success, which Isn't
everything In the world by any means."
Aside from her other numerous ac
complishments. Miss May Is an excel
lent plcnlst, holding a graduate's cer
tificate from the MacDbwell School of
Music, In Boston. Those who saw her
musical specialties in the two musical
comedies that were presented by the
Poll "Players during their stock en
gagement "Little Johnnie, Jones", and
"The Three Twins" predict a. brilliant
future for her along musical lines. Bhe
is the youngest girl member of the
mutlclans' union, a fact of which she Is
Bible School Rally
Planned By Baptists
"Bible School Rally Week" is planned
by Immanuel Bantlst Church, commenc
ing Tuesday evening with a social for
the Junior and Intermediate departments,
and on Wednesday evening the adult
and home departments will also have a
social. Thursday night prayer meeting
wui oa - uur liiDie acnooi.
The oMcers and teachers will have a
banquet on Friday night and the little
folks will have their social on Satur
day afternoon. A rally for the entire
Bible school will be held Sunday morn
ing October 30, and It Is expected that
more than TOO will be present.
POCKET BOOK DIRECTORY
CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF
Washington sMostPopular Apartments
H Street N. W.
1810 Kalnrama Itoad.
1408 W St. N. W.
SIS i8ta St. N. W.
' 3037 Adams Hill Road.
3120 P Street
2833 14th St V. W.
14th aa Cltftoa Sts.
814 324 St. IV. W.
3rd aad a Sts. N. W.
12th and Md. Ave. 8. XV.
1840-1842 California St. N. W.
xTO Hhode lalaad Ave. N. W.
j;"OBmr jones were you r I
!- arrested V asked Drusllla one '
Xj night " 'Rested?" repeated I
Bobby, "whr of couraa I ami
resiea every morning after sleeping all
"Oh I Bobby Jones, it really does seem
as if you grow more stupid all the time.
I aaid AR-rested. Were you ever taken
to the police station by a'poUcemnnT"
asked, Drusllla again.
"No," answered Bobby; "I never was;
were youT'" he asked, stretching his
head out of the box as far as he could
that he might better see Drustlla's fare
by the light that came in through tho
window from the big electric light
"Yes, I was arrested yesterday," an
swered Drusllla, "and I will tell you
about It, for I considered it quite an ad
ventures. "You see I was out riding in the park,
and my little mother was playing I was
sick, so she covered me up with the
robe. It wai all the fault of that nurse,
as you will see. She saw someone she
kn,ew and began to talk with them, let
ting my little mother play by herself.
"My little mother wheeled my car
riage under a tree and left me there
while she and another little girl threw
sticks Into the water, and watched
them sail awav. v
"While they were playing a bad boy.
came along and looked into my car-
rlage, and then he took me out and put
the robe back Just aa though'I were in
there. He ran a little way and then
dropped me behind a bush. '
"Of course, when my Uttle mother
came back to my carriage she did not
noUce I was not there, and ahe went
home without me.
"A long time after that It was al
most dark, when a policeman came
along and saw the edge of my dress
sticking ou from behind the bush.
What are you doing herer he asked;
'It Is against the rules to let anyone
sleep in this park, so I guess I'll have
to arrest you,' and he picked mo up and
put me in his pocket
"The nextf thing I knew he took me
out of Ids pocket la a big room, where
a big man sat at a desk. 'Where did
you make the arrest?' asked the big
man, laughing. "
" 'In the park,' answered the police
man; 'she was trying to steal a night's
lodging, so I arrested her.'
" That was right' answered the big
man, 'we'll make'an example of her.
"My, but I was frightened when I
heard that for I did not know whether
It would hurt or not to be made an ex
"Dld.ltr asked Bobby.
"Well, I didn't find It out for the big
man had Just put a paper around my
arm marked 'Vagrant' and sat me on
his desk when another officer came In,
'Where did you get Drustllar he asked.
And then he looked at the paper on my
"She Isn't a vagrant," he aald, "she
is Just lost. Her little mother and I are
great .friends and I know she must be
worried about Drusllla,"
"Bobby Jones, perhaps you think I
was not glad to see that policeman. He
was the one who always stops and talks
to my little mother, and that nurse al
ways Is as sweet as anything when he
"My policeman went to the phone and
called up this house and told them I
was there safe and sound, and pretty
soon my little mother came in with her
"They had come In the auto for me.
It seems that my Uttle mother had cried
when she found I was gone and would
and bath aad
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The F. n. Smith Cempsny,
14M New Tork avenue. Tel'
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The r. It. Smith Co..
191 New Tork ava.
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i ww i'Jb
not go to sleep and when the phone
rang she wanted to go to the station
and they let her. She Just ran and
took me In her arms when she saw me
and kissed me right before all those
"What Is the charge against this
young lady? asked my little' mother's
father, "as you arrested her, I suppose
there is something to pay." They all
laughed, and the big man behind tho
desk said, "she was brought In as a
vagrant but this officer said that he
knew your daughter, and he was sure
Drusllla was lost and not trying to
steal a night's lodging, therefore the
complaint is withdrawn."
"They all laughed again and my
little mother's father put something
green in the big man's hand and said,
'I guess you better treat the boys.'
"My little brother was talking with
he policeman we knew all this time,
and I heard him tell her that be would
see her tomorrow In the park and tell
"Of course, I feel perfectly safe hav-
Ing a policeman for a friend, but I
wish he was not so friendly with that
nurse, for If she had been attending to
my little mother aa she should have
been I would not have been lost I can
not understand, why he likes to talk to
her, but there Is no accounting for
"I wish someone would arrest .me,"
said Bobby. "I think you had a good
time." didn't your
"If you call being lost and going to
the station a good time, Bobby Jones,
then I had a good time," said Drusllla;
"but how I was to k'now where I was
going or what was to happen? When
that policeman picked me up I suf
fered Just terribly. But then, of course,
one cannot have an adventure without
a little fright or some discomfort and
It was worth It to have my name put
on the book and I heard the big man
behind the desk say ho should put my
name on the bock. Good night, Bobby
"Good night," answered Bobby and
soon the playroom was quiet as the
rest of the house.
the Alarm Clock."
"Billy pig and
Alumni To Organize.
Plans are being formulated among the
graduates and former students of Holy
Cross College, "Worcester, Mass., for
organizing a branch of the Oeneial
Alumni Association of Holy Cross Col
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of Holy Cross men who are coming to
the Capital to pursue professional
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