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THE WASHINGTON TDLES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
WHO? BY ELIZABETH KENA
Author of "The House Opposite."
(Copyright, nil, Frank A. Munsey Company).
The Woman in the Compartment.
IT mu o'clock on ft raw October
mornlnp, nntl the cross-channel boat
had Just deposited Its cargo of pale
nnd disheveled passengers at New
haven. Cyril XJrlc'hton, hnvlng r'ttn his
ecrvunt placo his bags In a flrst-cluss
compartment, gav.il gloomily at the
sceno biforu him.
H was the first time In three years
that he had net foot on his native shore,
and tho occasion memed Invested with
a certain solcmnlt).
"What u mess I have made of my
1 fe! Yet trtuvcii knows 1 intunt well!"
he muttered In his heart. "If I hadn't
been suih u good-nutured ass, 1 should
never have got Into ull this trouble, Hut
1 won't be nindn a fool of any longer. I
will consult Campbell as to what I
lie paused. It suddenly occurred to lilm ,
lie had forgottui to let the latter know
of his Impending arrival
1 will send him a wire, he ueciaea.
The tetigiaph oftlce was fnrthcr oft
than ho expitlrd, and to Crlchton's dls
gust he found It shut. Ho had forgotten
that In well-ngulated England even
matters of life and death huve to wait
till the offices open at 8 a. m.
He was still staring at the closed win
dow when he was startled by the
guard's whistle and the shutt ng of tho
cartlagc door, Turning quickly, he ran
back, trying to find his compartment,
llut It was too lute, the train was ul
ready moving. ,
rilnglng on a porter's detaining hand,
he Jumped on to the footboard and
wrenched open thu luiirmt door. The
lmpitus Hung him hiadlong Into thu
compartment towuid a lad thu solo
occupant of thu currlugc. I
To his horror and amazement, In-1
ateaa oi uni'mug u ins fjiHJiogies, sou
uttered a pkrcniK shrltk uud fell foi
ward Into his arms.
tor a moment Crlchton was too dazed
to move, 'lhere he knelt, tightly clasp
ing her limp form, and womUiIng fcai
lully what would happen next. At last
he managed to pull himself together,
and, stHgKt-rlng to his feci, laid her
gently on the seat near tho window.
Strangely enough, he had gained no
ila, so far, as to the appearance, or
even the agi of the huh with whom
fate had thrown him Into such Inti
Consequently, he now looked nt her
with ionldernl)Ic I'ltrloslt). Hit slight,
graceful figure proclaimed her south,
but hci fun. was completely concul-d
b a thick black veil, which prevented
him from so much us guessing thu out
line of her features
As she continued to show no signs ot
returning consciousness, I'rlchton look
id 'iclplesMv around for some means of
reviving her More alt was what she
lieoded, so with much trepidation hi) de
tided to unfasten hei veil His lingers
fumbled clumMI over their unnrcui
lomed task, but tlnallv the last knot
was dltcnunglcd the last pin extincted
The unknown pioved to bo even voung
er thun he expected and to possess
Liiutv of tho kind which admits of no
At present, however, It was sadly
rnarrcd bj u red welt, probably tho ic
enlt of a fall, Crlchton decided, which
dlsllgured her lift cheek.
A minute before he had been cursing
his luck, whlrh luvailablv landed him
In strange adventures, but the sight of
her sti Iking heuulv hail put an end to
any feeling of tinnovunce
Ills Intetest, howevei. Increased hi
alarm What If she weie dead or
filing? Iti'trt attmks were not uncom
mon Uendlng over her, he laid his
hand on hei heart. As ho did so, the
long lashes lifted and a pair of sap
phire blue eves looked straight Into his
llcfoic he li.nl tlmo to move sho threw
out both hands nnd cried:
"Oh, let mi go' '
"Don't be lelanncil Notwithstanding
it v unceremonious entrum e, 1 assure
lou I am a peifiotlv respectable mem
ber of sooletv Mv name Is Crlchton "
The gill staggered to her feet.
"Crlchton'" she ensjed
He looked at her In surprise.
'Ves, Crlchton Do sou know an
ber ui my fumllj by any chance? My
ci usln. Lord Wllmersle, lias u plaeu
neai here "
"No." she fulteiod "i-i am tUte a
stranger In this pait of tho country. '
He was sure she was lvlng, nut what
eould be her object In doing so? Anil
will had Ills name caused hei such
alarm-' What unpleasant connection
could she pnislhlv have with it? Tho
mils male mi inbe rs of his fumlli who
bole It weru n dilute serving his proba
tion In the I'asl l'nd of London and a
bov at i;ton.
' Thut Is a lilts," he said "I hoped we
night find some mutual friends who
would vouch for mv inoffensive ness I
rant tell vou how soirj I am to have
given vntl such a fright It was unpar
donublv stupid of me The fact Is, 1 nm
rather absent-minded, and I should
have been left behind If I had not tum
bled III on ou as I did l'lcaso forgive
"On the contrary, It Is I who should
apologize to you for having mado such
fuss about nothing. You must havo
thought mi unite out of my mind " She
laughed nci vouslv
"Madame,' lie leptled, with mock so
lemnltv, 't assuie son I never for a
moment doubled vour nnrrlts, and I am
an etpeit In sin h matterx '
'Ale Mm rcallv? She slnank farther
"Iteullv vvlini'" he lnqulii.il, consider,
"A-a hruln specialist'' That Is what
thej are callul. Isn t If"
He laiiKhid In lirtllv.
"No, Indeed I am only a soldier"
Of course How stupid of mo'"
"Whv should jiiu know that I nm a
She blushed vividly
"You don't look Hue n civilian. '
"t nil events. I hope I don't look
like tho keeper of an insane asylum '
"No Irdced Hut vou said
"Oh' as to being nn etpert Tv'ns thnt
If I must pl id gulllv to having at
temptnl a fcehlo Joke, though, as a mat
ter of fart, It so happens that I do
know something tibont linutlix '
"Aren't you dreudfullv afraid of
"On general prlneiplis of course, I
nm afraid of nothing but I finev u
full-grown Itinittr with a enivlng l.nlfj
ind a htnkcrlng for my blood vvjtild
have ,i different tale ti tell,"
"Oh' don t speik of ihem " Sho cov
ered her cws with her hand.
"I hep vour pardon '
"Wh. should vou beg m parlon"
she iskeil litoklng at him susprctnusH
'I i-ully don't Know,' he ucknowl-eih-.d
"I know tint I nm belnvlng like n
bvstirlinl schoolgirl What must jou
think of me' rut hu 1 nm Just iceov
irlng from .in Illness mil nm still very
itvoiis and the mere mention of luna
tics nlwnvs upsets me I havo the
rieetiM horror of them"
' l'oor iblld she im t navo been
tt roiuli sonu telrlble exp-rlenee with
on ' thought Cilchton
"1 trust vou may ncvei meet nn," ho
'I don't Irtend to" She spoke with
unexi ected vehemnee
"Well, theie Is not inccli ehnnco of
join doing so Ceiilfid lunatics llnd
it pnttr difficult to mingle In gensnl
I kno.v oh 1 lenort Her voice
sounded almost re-retful
Whit tii e ttiaorrtlnnrv girl Could It
OnryOne "BROMO OUlNINit," tht U
Laxative JJromo Qaidne
Cures a Cold In Ono Diy, Cripin 3 Day
be was It possible that she herself but
no, her behavior was certainly strange,
and she seemed hysterical, but mad no
and yet that would explain over) thing,
"I am sute It was the hard crossing
which upset you as much as anything
else," ho sold.
"1 didn't cross, I Bhoi stopped
abruptly and bit her lip.
It was quite obvious that for dome,
reason or other she had not wished him
to know that sho had got In at New
naven. He knew that politeness de
manded he should not pursue a sub
ject which was evidently distasteful to
her. Hut his curiosity ovcrcainu his
"Really? it vvas rather unusual to
tnkn thrs train unless oho Is coming
from tho Continent."
"Yes," sho answered. "Ono has to
start so frightful!) early. 1 had to get
up a little before 5 o'clock."
That meant sho must llvo In New
haven, and not far from the station at
that but was It true She hnd about
her that Indescribable something pos
sessed only by those whoso social po
sition had never been questioned.
No. Newhavcn did not seem tho back
ground for her. Hut, then, had she not
herself told him that she did not llvo
there? She might havo gone theru on
an errand of charlt) or
After all, what business wns It of
his? Whv should he attempt to pry
Into her life? It was abominable.
She settled herself In it corner of tho
carriage, and ho ranch d thnt sho
wished to avoid furthu convtrsatluii.
Serve him Jollv well light, he thought.
Dill lug tho rest of the Imrmpv his
behuvlot wns almost ostentatlonsly dls
cieut. If she feared that he was llkel)
to take advantage, of tin situation, ho
wns determine il to show her that he
had no Intention of doing so.
To avoid staring at her. hn kept his
ees hxed on the rapidly changing land
si ape, but they might have he-en sud
denly transported to China without his
obseivlng the difference In fact, ho
hud not utilized that they were nearlng
their destination till he saw his com
panion readjust hur vill. A few min
utes later thu train stopped at Heanio
Cilcliton put his head out of the win
dow. "There Is something up," he snld a
moment Inter, turning to her. "Them
must b a criminal on bourd There am
a lot of policemen about, and they Bcum
to be searching the train."
"Oh! what shall I do?" sho cried,
starting to her feet.
"What Is the matter?"
"The) will shut mo up Oh' save mo
l'or a moment ha was too startled to
Was it possible? This girl a criminal
a thief? He couldn't believe It
"Hut what havo you done-"
"Nothing, nothlmr. 1 assure vou Oh'
believe me It Is all u mistake'"
He looked at her again Innocent or
guilt), he would stand !) her
The) will be hire dlrectlv.' he said
"Have )ou enough self-control to re
main pirfcetly calm and to buck up any
stoi) I tell?"
"Sit down, then, nnd appear to Im
talking; to me "
"Tiikets, please." Tho gti erd was at
the door, and behind him stuod a police.
Cilchton huvlng given up his ticket,
turned to the girl and said:
"You have jour tlrkct. Amy."
She handed It over.
"l'rom Newhaven, I bcc " The In
spector slipped forward.
I must ask tho lady to lift 'cr vail,
"What do )0u mean, my man? Aru
)ou drunk? '
"Stead), sir Do vou know tills
'"1 his lad) happens to lie m) wife, so
you will kindly explain jour cxtruoidl
nai) behuvloi "
Tho HiBiector looked it little non
plussed Sorry to hlnconvenlenie vou, sir, but
we au hoi dels to si an h tills train fur
a )oung Indy who got in at Newhaven.
Now, this Is tho on l lady on boaid
vi hose ticket was not taken In I'urls.
So you see we have got to make sure
thin Is not the person we want"
"Hut man alive, 1 tell Jou this lady
is m) wife"
"Hn on say, sir, but )ou can't provo
It (an )0ii now' You re registered
through from I'urls, and this lad) gi ts
In at Newhaven Iluw do you explain
'Of course, ono doesn t trnvel about
with onus marrlugo lertllkati, but us
It happens, I cun provo that this lad) Is
my wife Hero Is nr) passport, kindly
examine It Mrs Crlchton returned to
Kngland scleral months ago and went
down to Newhaven last night so as to
he ublo to meet me this morning. As
to lifting her vill, of i nurse, she has no
objection 1 thought It Idle curiosity on
)our part, but as It Is a question ot
duty that alters the case complete!) ."
'Thank you, sir" The lnspi ctof
opened tho passport anil read aloud,
"C)ril Cilchton, lieutenant In the rifles,
age, twenty-seven )ears, height, six
feet one Inch, weight, twelve stone; hair,
fair, compluxlon, fair. Inclined to bu
rudd) , c)es. blue, noso straight, rathi r
shoit, mouth, large; distinguishing
maiks, cleft m chin " As he lead each
Item, he paused to compart the written
description with the original.
"Well, thafs all right," he snld. "And
row for tho lady's Will )ou kindly
lift )our veil, m'm '
To Crlchton's surprise, the girl did so
quite calmly, and her face, nlthough
deadly pale, was perfectly composed.
Tho Inspector rend "Amy Crlchton.
wife of ("Mil Crlchton, age twcnt)-slx
vears H'm, that seems a bit old for
The girl blushed vividly, hut to Crlch
ton's infinite relief, the smiled gayly,
nnd with a slight bow to the Inspector,
"Yon flatter me."
Crlchton breathed more freely Hei
manner had done more to relieve the
situation than anything hn had said
The Inspector continued In quite a dif
"'Height, 3 feet t Inches' )ou look a
bit shorter thun that."
"Measure me, If )ou doubt It," sho
Oh. well, I nm sure It's nil tight.
'Weight, 9 done 4 pounds," " He ptuecd
ngnln. but this tlmo mude no comment
nlthough Crlchton felt sum that his
companion weighed at least ten pounds
li ss than tho amount mentioned
"'Hair, black, complexion fair; eyes,
blue, nose, straight, in.outh, small; ciiln
oval, distinguishing marks, none All
light, m'oin horrv to "ao disturbed
)ou, but )ori understand we 'ave got to
bo ver careful. 'c'd never 'ear the
Inst of It If we let tho party vvc"ro aftci
slip thiough our lingers"
"What Is the woman sou are looking
for accused of" asked Crlchton.
"Murder," replied tho Inspector, as he
closed the door.
A Conllntinllnn ot TIiIk Sfor Mill
llr Km. lid In 'I uinorrnvr'A
iNHur of The 'II mm.
Rob - little Kfr4ena od J cur I orebd-ealff "
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renereo, Koodoale, tbe orlrln-l aad vvnuiDe. 1
Ct-irbAl Jiy e plMBt, aromatic, antlieptte,
aoouiotf wollnicaadteallai'. Oetatibeaady
will alwaye went it la your home, for eoloV
OU(ha. tor thrit Mlina Ka aat ... .
etc ftknltkrv tubt.te ( nv ? Un..t.
PempleFREK. . -...--,
DAY IN WASHINGTON
Railway Preferred Stock
Continues Weakness U.
S. Bonds Sold.
Election Dny seemed to be reflected
In tho proceedings on the only stock
exchange In the I'nltcd States which
wns open foi business today, the Wash
ington, for the trading wns perfunctory
nrnl resultid In little business The
first sale of I'nlted Htites bunds in u
long time was ricnidid today when
J3.000 of rnltod States registered .1 s
weie sold ut the lust bid price, 10.'
Five $1,(00 lots of Capital Ti action 4's
weie tnlten ut a simile under )estr
illij's prices, and 11,000 of I'olom.ie Con
solidates! 5's were sold at the lust hi I
Washington Il.iliwn) and Kle etrlc pro
fe'rteel stoclc was ptrtlcrrlarl) vca,
starting ut sxy, ' less than tile leu, est
prlie vestenlu), and going down to IS.
Tlilrt, shares of Mergenthalir weio se
cure d at the lust hid pi lie.
Bid and Asked on
I S. Iteg. 2 s liw;
I S Coupon J's Hue,
I" S Idg is lO.'i,
I' S Coupon J lo.! S.
I U 8 llcg 4's I11v.
u N coupon 4 s 11 J
Oeorgetown flus f's . ins
Washington (las tVs ,. IP)
Cap. Traction It. It 5's . . 110'
.Mracostla f. I'otomac Os . . '.OVi
Ani. JL Pot In (lu.ir
City Hubuibaii f.'s loj
ColiimliU It It. fis l"i
Columbia II It el's I'll
Metropolitan It It .s in'.
Wusli Hv. At i:lei, 4 s Ki
'ah . Alex At Mt. V 6 s 3.'
Potomac lllic Cons 5's 10o
Potomac Kite I.t & s . . HH.'j
C & V Telephone Ds . t
Amir Tel A. Tel . 110
D. C. Paper Mfg tVs 100
N A W Stiumbo.it I'm l"l
lilacs lteallv &s (louai . 1(1.1
I Itlggs Ileallty Os (short) 101
PUHL1C UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traitlon .. . l.l'Uj
Wash It) A. i:ii' com . SM,
Wash It) A. Kin pf .. SS
Wnsli Va It) t inn 1j
N A: V Stiamboat . 1
Washington Can M,ij
Oeoigelown Oris . . I'm
Kasrern Light & 1'ucl 123
Amer Tel A Tel 140
TYPi: MACHINi: STOCK
Mergenth iler Limit) pe L'.'l
Luuston Monotvpi ;d
MINI NO STOCKS
Greene Ciinuieu 2
NATIONAL HANK STOCKS
Amerh in Nat Hunk.. 170
e.'upliul Nat Hank .. m
Columbia Nat Hank -i")
Cummcrclul Nut Hunk . Joi',
Dlslli t Nut Hunk.. 110
l'ur A. leih Nut relink :..',
Lincoln National Hank ISO
Metropolitan Nnl Hank . -ii'
Itlggs Nut Hank avij
Jicond Nut a link l
Nat Hank ot Wush 251
TlU'ST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer N-i A 'liusl tun
Nut riiv 'I rust .)i
I'nlon Tiust lh
Wush loin v Irust . JS
United States Trust .. .. 110
SAVINGS HANK STOCKS
( ltlzens Suv allnk l'J'j
llurnu Savings .t
V men Savings 215
Hank of Com ft 8 iv ljt,
L'ast Wash Sav Hank . . 11
Klllfc. l.N&l UNt L S'lOCKS.
Arlington l'lru Insuiauip 14
coicuinn i'lr liisuraieo .. . M
riiemn's I'lre Insurance... . 19H
I'ranklln I'lre Insuianco
elei Amer Klre Ins .wi
Nut, Lnlon I'irc Ins . T'j
I'otomac Klie Insurant e . 30
Tin.K INSL'ItANCh. STOI-K3.
Columbia Title Insurance. ... t
Ileal Kstale Title Ins 85
Chnpln Sacks m
I. C. I'apci Mlg Co .. . in
Orapho , com . 4SV
Mertli. Trans fc Storage .. 1V
Security Storage 210
Washington Market '
f)M: or Tin: omu.st
llANKINd INS1ITI TIO.NS OT' WASHINGTON'
Lincoln National Bank
U. S. Government Depository
Corner Seventh and D Streets
THIS bank merits your consideration because it offers
service that measures up to any and every demand.
Service that combines progressiveness with sound hank
Interest Paid on
Savings Department Open Saturday Evenings, 0 to 9 o'clock.
R. A. Walker, President. A. S. Gatley, Cashier.
Floyd E. Davis, 1st Vice Pres. W. McK. Stowell, Assistant
Robt. Callahan, 2d Vice Pres.
A BANK ACCOUNT
lias more significance to a young man than the amount of
his credit at the bank.
It lias a collateral benefit in establishing his credit, as
it shows the banker that the young man is able to build
up a deposit out of a portion of the earnings of his business.
The man identified as a bank depositor can always
avail himself of opportunities better than the man with
no surplus and no banking credit established.
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANJC
14th and 6 Streets
Wholesale Produce Market
Kkk N'cnrliy freili, 3J4i33e, southern, 3Ce
Cheese New York, new, 20o per lb i flat.
18c per lb.
llcilter-Ulgln print, J3o per lb.: tub, t:e
per lb , process, 23c per lb.
Live I'liultry Hens. 13c per lb ; routers
Ho per lb i turkeys. ISUI'o per Hi , ducks,
KJllSo per Hi , chickens, lame, 150 per lb ,
medium, nunc, per lb
brrsstd Poultry Turkejs, Uf.m per lb,
liens. HUlie per lb , ducks. let17o per lb ,
chickens, lTflfDo per lb.
(Irecn Frulti-Callfornl-i nrannes. fl 00U4 M
per box, lemons. S4 eioq7 ee) per box, pine
spples, per erate. 2 0OU2 K. 1'lorMa grape
fruit, 1100414 23 per lioi; new apples, II to if
2 10 per hbl , peaches, II 10U1 CO per crate
Meats Dressed l,lliteUht potk, 10c per
lb , heavier, DKldc
vegetables tvat ie, (OlrUe per bu ; eel
fry, 0c per dun , Ncints, tl.wai 23 nrr bbl.
onlnns, TMikCe por crute, cabbnte, tOifUkl per
KKl lb . lettuce tl ell Jo per basketl been
tl 00111 :0 per 100 biinrhcs, snuaah, .Vc(r"(K.'
KT bbl , eivcet potntocs II.0C4J1 33 per bbl.,
Jlma beans, IMflTc nor m
Sales Today On
V 8 Hog Ts, JI.OfKOTlO'JV
Capital Tinctlon B's, Jl.iwilioa, 11,000 (
im, i.(Hiiii-s., ii.oowiikw, tiiMnruvs
Polomae Colls 5's, JI.OQOtiiKiOK
Washington iiullway and Klectrle
preferred, JTijlVi',, IJliBSH. iJllfl'i, 1M
Washington Oris, KrSiii,
Mi'rgenthaltr. 10'k22H4. MI22Hi. W2J4Mr
After Cull-Washington Gas. l;'nS7
Women who boar children and ro
main healthy aro Uioso who pre
pare) their systems In advance, ot
liaby's coming. Unless tho mother
aids naturo in its pre-natal work
Juo crisis finds her system unequal
to tho demands mado upon It, and
sho Is often left with weakened
health or chronic allmonts. No rem
edy Is bo truly a help to naturo aa
Mother's Friend. It relieves tho
pain and discomfort caused by tho
strain on tho ligaments, makes pli
ant those fibres i-nd muscles which
naturo Is expanding, nnd soothes
tho inflammation of breast glands.
Mother's Friend assures a speedy
nnd sho la left
n. healthy wo
man to orloy
tho rearing ot her child. Mother's
I'rlcnd Is Fold nt dniK stores. Wrlto
for our freo book for expectant
njUDFlUD-EGUUTORCO. Atlanta (-'
(npllal , ..ll.exni.CCO
iplua nnl undivided proflta
our l II 000 000
Money for the DEPOSITOR
when placed in this company's
paid on deposits subject to
r (i nvt'mttit lm iilnn inoile-ni
fa lliln a miiiriili nt pnlli li a
The Washington Loan &
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY Unsej.V I'rcaltlent.
The Safest Investments
Art thoi tb-t do not fluctut during 4I
iurt rondltlooa ot tha muney or vtock mr
ktu. irt dvrd of truat ttotti Itlrat mon
SH.ei) tll tt-curcd on rt.l t-tata In t
DUtrlcl ColumbU. iomtltLti Kllt-d('
lnitnic , .ey da nt depend upon the
financial (eiponilbllHy til InOMdualt tr cr
poriloni lr their B.xUit) and nt' tempi
Irom ti-t!a pernonml property We c-
upply euch lnctntcnte in tmuuati froiq
U)0 upward Bend lor booklet. ' Cooctroloji
l oam nd InxeitmcotJ.
SWARTZELL. RHEEM &
117 UT1I bTilKKT N. W.
ami iikht knows
Safe Deposit Vaults,
$2.50 Per Annum Up.
TIIE BANK OF FEHSONAL SERVICE
For a cleanly bath-,
The bathroom should bo
given a daily cleaning and a
weekly scrubbing. Nothing
is better than a solution
made by dissolving Gold Dast
washing powder in water. .
Thoroughly scrub and
scald basin and closet with
the hot suds and pour down
the pipes boiling water to
which has been added Gold
Dust in proportion of two
tablespoons of Gold Dust to
every gallon of water.
a Clean the nickel and brass
fixtures in bathroom by rub
bing with equal parts of
whiting and Gold Dost
powder. "Inside Information
Cold Dust r
ii soia in oc
I M tl A
large nacb- X
get. The 2.
lartfe packofie I
Ltt thm Cold Du$t 7wins do your work
JpM'lal luti aftfrno'jri rlar-a fur aiuli
ftarllnK In r-hJikf-jM n Iilln nn ! Mathi
i i-thn Pn mil nlglit gnu 1. I nnl litith
nth ul r.urw fop rbll Ircn nnl udulli, uUu
Irlte uaclilnr t alalusun
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M., Principal
Tel 1! ln S.'l I: HT N W
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
1 13 l.le venth St N i; 'i 1 i n e 1739
Washington School of Accountancy
Jmtructiun pfrpdrlnic for C r A dgr
and buatneai admlnlalratlon proferslonaj
H paio bulletin ent in requeac.
fllnctur of IZducallon T M C A . I7U O at.
IMtOP II N 1 PAItKKI.
Hfll HI MH IIUI IM. that tL I1IW aftrr
iui hAo In n ilMiidl nlltf f r un er i.ilnr
itf(iKt.KT ni:ri:iii:sri: n.i -mhii.ta
TIU.N KKI3I. ll Ahslrtl .NT Hour
19 H in to h p in Mil, j 11 to
on li L lt OTII hT .N
t'tlMIJ Hli.l .. inr IT W IM. Im OL CCXIO
I U I DIKUN l MiIPH hf Ktuof the
t m r M tut ml pr u i nun. pup u In r Jally
"L th ' rp M &1"4 r
I nil MI NOT h rKiiilbio f r any ,bt
(ontrattnl ty tuy vnt, K-u.nl.. o ium
Mh hum iii in bttl m.j ijjrj Hen-J M
LOST AND FOUND
Lnal l-rrnUi bu 1 d"r Unfit Irintk Wiit
ii ii kit e t-crw tiul hy i run it. liar
hittn. with t r.um I utiutin Ufiijtt ! Ir ,
un ,n fiw. un i. i.nr.it -w k ! i:
1.0V out p4lr u( rnl.r kilr IMJNIA
T ill. TIJt th - n 1 unl f.
IJ-H M T lay nighi k uirf fr.tii Hth-iTfull
it eih an I M tvti N i ulvlilHjnr im,
iM with fctrtjill Jmm's IteMjp .7 I N t
l"5l -Monla innrnlnp Nftrnitifr 4 11th an J
1 tn thff K. fur 1 9 an 1 $ o ah Itn-
warl n r.tuuifl to Mlt Mlt iLllTlri
1 U Kmlia bt ,N
LOir-.Na pui, titur taicle n Kuld amhor,
n Oth nt i it r la ir txutnt, to K-nn
LILiral rt-WdM fur it-tunt lg ittO rairtiinl
!jOT MmwiJ NuibT 2 i'oll. una ir
old, feni ili M tv. an I Hhltr allium to
nam t.i Mud or Watjii ItevtatJ If
rriuriifii i ijt li nt .
IOSr-IMu) ufti-n gn at Chas. Thmtei,
a pJtr if opra Btufnea JtewarJ at 2017
LOST clx dliihirKoa from ns and nrmj
itil pennio i 4irtlMcjtL' unJ icher fur
N4tmljr Jtowitrl 30 o it N
IOI Nil S umltrcllnrfl, ; tnwki, 1 uccurdl-n,
1 pair kloit I ti'liarro loft, 3 caitfn, 1 pi),
low I rhoppitit lui; . pockfttookii, l rtrnmnt,
t (oats I prrlixllrul fi parkuK 1 lulc 1
paun tlrkct 1 Mil l plrturf, 1 box 1 bunch
kji S suit cjipi 2 pHlr tcluwoi l comb
UAtfHIMjnJ.N T.IIMINAI l.MO.N blA
NUTH I" Thin U to ctrttf thit I will not
ti rcttuniluto for an) iuti or dffd coin
inlttcl vr uny dthts tuntratttJ l tu wife,
Klurcnct? Uiona N A UUANS, N 2. 131.'
OR A K" I KTin MaSneiiciiia,ir". raca
J11. V 1SJUU MI) brap Trutrnont.
AND ASSISTANT, m II at. DW. U Ouor.
UII.I.INUIl-Artlitlc, itylllh. honra, ouT.
mcHJratc, (tatlicra Lliam.d, curleil. dTdl.
Hat fiamta Main ;m 1(110 i:o at. N W.
MISS ("JAIN manjcuhi.no and
Ill Ith at. N XV.. Apt. 1 Th Main ;U !
MS JAMItllON, manlcuro, tact nmasuga
ail irnlp trrntmrnt 1S(M O tt . W, .1
Joor front lluura from 10 a. nr, to 6 p rn
MISS WELLS SttS'.r.S? ".
t.'.-1?-"!!,:10"!. ,Iuur,' p. m.
MrSOK pUcn hoinw 1 thonut.hl experi
enced iinwi ur rlt r?ftrenif Cull or
wrtle A M HU i; N V
U HKLIA1U IZ lolnred woman, rnoinlng and
fvenlnK work or saHhUK to take home. Wl
.nd at t
NUItHC (Iruluttc will ucconip in imnll 1
to Hoaluu or Kant will taj witk fut e-
penwta HQX ,'.3, 'I Ime a ifllcg
WAHIIINO lo take home or da a urrk Ad
dnxa J0 I) HSU
POMTlliN lunnbcrninl 1 or llRht hPiw'
wurk hy neat tolurtnj ictrl AdJrtea 1C12
'th at N A 1
i'tMlTION an pfiieral houaeunrk or itum
It.inulrl Ad.lit-b 161. oth at N. V 1
OLI3AMNO, dav a work i r laundry an 1
cham normal 1 wftltreaa two good, rt Uablo
totjiid Klrla 1011 New nrk ue
HKLIAUM. WOMAN wanta wuahlne to take
home m K at N W
PIANO ITPII, experlciued lidy teacher nt
tpupll a horn, beglnncia 1 reftind UuK
1ii Tlmea office
rAI.Nll.lt pupil lumber ilasttrvr, uantH
work rinm pninnil I. SO pirlntMl, j s
HOI PR! 1T S(A ii at . !
TINMllll nnl Bhpct rmtil w rlrir unnty
pontlm Aililrrta II V. ISO. llth al
NllOi: sxirsMAN Pmii IrnciU rttill aha
riiarr wanta pualtiun jtara' expcrlenia
1 BOX ZX, llmea since.
I -- -V I -
X l - k?
W K45V t t
Jl m KM 'J -
1 i 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CAHHIKIt with experience! cine who tinder-
alanill bookltefpInK Apply HAKH Kl'K
CO. Ull F at. NVV l-
COAT HANim-Heveral nrrt-elaaa, at once
II HIT I.nil, 1111 I7lh at N. W
COAT A.NI) BKI11T IIANDU TUTouahly ..
perltncetl. Apply JULIUS- OABVlitltlJI
d CO . IJth and ' ata
ClfAMllKIIMAII), white. Apply IIoum.
Iteeiier. HTIINKt.KKIH CODItT 1-
From 16 to 18 years of age as
merchandise inspectors and bundle
wrappers. Apply before 10 a. m.,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
Olftt.- Colorcit. for general housework; $1
p.r i li SUt nth at N. W. j.
(Illtl- White, na rhambcrnmlil ami In anftlat
In eare of children Apply Apt. US, tho
(llltf. 'or general houaework, muvt have rat'
erenree 1107 I. at N. VV ..
OHttJ Two oilorcl. to work In a lunch.
room 1IC Oth at N W. !
ellltl. for ftentral houaework, como ready for
work 11W th at. N. W. 1..
Heventh anil K ala ,
tleqiilre the evrvlceji of aalratieople In the
rollimlnrz ileurttru nla
Womcn'a Hulta anil Cloika, Kura. Hhlrt
Walrle (lloea, Dreaa (louila. When o
inrallra f'hlldren tt VV'enr. IfouaefurnlehlnKl,
Women a Neekvvc ir, anil Men' rurnlahincM
Apply at once, lo MANAUKU
IVDIUH. I.KAI1N IIIIAUTY WuTUTIE.
Kootl poaltlom. MlftllOH INBT. OV
IlKAUTY ClIl.TUItS. !ll riLV W.
MII.IJNKIt Kiperlenced. Aildreea BOX SM,
M,tJ5SOMf:.V Th'Touishly eaperlenceil In
ulove. ho.er leather rrniMla alrl neck
uear itetHirtmeirta Only ttroee with In at
referrniia nied atptj Call liefore It a in
Jt I.II'H (1 VIllT.SKI.i: & CO , 13th and K eta
HALL-LADIKK in a dry Koola at re
7lli et .v v
TAIIeiltltK for eur hiinhellnr; ilepartmcnt,
ateaill work WINKMAN, SH V at N W
TAII-01tKS In bunlH-llnic departmi-nt to
wurk un rpie anil trooaara. MUH1Z U
MRItlV. CO VA V N V
WANTKI) Tlrnrouuhlv ipprlfncJ worker
in fun Apply JlflAVH OAlttlNKLC d:
CO . l!lh nn1 V ata
WOM .N lt a family of J a ttmrouBhly
Kool whllf mrr 40 )cura of nRr aa nuri",
nni who hua lia.1 connlileralili exticrlence
with tbla anil wiahra n rr.nl home Apply
l I it 7 p m 1C3 ICth at N V
WuMAN to ai-run floira an I do chamber
work 1,13 llth at N W
WOHKN' ranaiifa wanted, experience not
neeraKiir) , muat hae good npjurance,
goo.1 nalary to atart with excellent chance of
advancement Call at lliiorn Ul. Munaa
Mil .NO l.Ain alKiut to. clerk In drug
alore S A Ull HAHDMJN tt CO, "In
ami (J ata .N W
HELP WANTED MALE
AN OI'I'OtlTHMTV to learn the I'atcnt
ltuitneji in the rrnlnK without rllni;
up j ur prraent pnaltlun Thorough cuuike,
two nlghta a week ut tho Columbia ailioul
cf lir-iftlng other tuuraea In Irraftlng
and hiei.lncallon Wrltlnrf Catalogue un
rtqueat Wrlle, phone, or call in th
tuning CUM'MIHA BCllOOL. OK
HHAt rl.NO McLttihlen llldg , IlAb and
U .t N U.
IlAM:lt-bccunl hand Apply lilt II at N.
From 16 to 18 years of age foi
bundle wrapping, office work, and
general store service. Apply be
fore 10 a. m., Superintendent,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
lios -run or ung men to work In pUture
frame unl cit'net fart r at once ihami.
to learn gil trade Apjl A O I'UHLXll
r O ?JH i.eirr. a ave ..
IIO fur tall r arnre
i inn aie N W
pply at once, 111
flOY to drive wairon ner 14 ear of age
Ap! II MAItTl.N & IIHOS Til N
ran Una ue t li
Itov. In drug etore, draw odu aulary $7
w.ek AKrl.Kt'K'H 'KM U l .N
HOI' with wheel Apply lo Manager, SAKS
At i OMI'A.W 1-
Hol llundli wrvpper UUTU VL'N1)IIV
fo .119 llth nt . S
llo. -i olored. ulout 14 ea"a to asxltt
around li llee ppl H'e i: bl S
T Hnja for tiundle wrappers and alork 3.
clerka. 16 jeara old guml iiular.
ixrmunrnt poalrlonr Ajiply to
C O .NOIUtlH.
lVNSUtJItOll . HltO
lll'nilKLMAN at once
Apply MO U tt N
Si, nt once btenily vork
tho j cur nroiuiil. Good salary.
025 r St. N. W.
COIXIURID M17 for general work around
atom, on!) thoaa with bckt reference. Ap
pt) Kl I3tn al
DHMVRin IW with blccli. Apply K.
II KltAMHIl 918 P at N N ..
nilltAMi lroOpportunlt ti learn etarnp
Ing and lale pr ruing It 1' llAH'l'l.i: &
CO , 631 ! i iim- tlh Itniir. 1
KIC HUN AT OSCB
T nil a data Juit begurr ou will protU
by calling ut once.
.nat auto coi.Lnoi:,
fill nnd O mi N. . Open until 9 p. in.
Hot SK 1'AINrEllS-Oi.od. nt once M, T
MOIlSON MIS (1 H N W I
lUU.I'CH un ladlra' ciiati "UOKCHUM 4i
laXWUI.U 130 rd at S IS
IIOUSKI.O'i -Experienced to go to .Norfolk.
a Apply noon nt Maine Quarter. Mu
rlue Hnrrark. Sth and LV Hi ti i:
KITCHEN nil-rolirril wagee .; an,l 11.
Ing, coll urr Ml.il M HK.NK, 11 to l. morn
ing OAM-AUUKT COM.KUn, "th und Tla
mr. h. U
L.AUIi:S' TAIU1H8 Two at once Apply
1.ft7 I .1 N. V
I.AllOHKIta ul ilturgeiown retrolr on
Conduit rond 8ec Mil (.IIKElt. UA 13
fO.NSTItt'l riON' CO e
l.AIIOltnits jo ai once for country road,
tump frei , pa Lery wuek w rgra 1 bo
pir day Apply 334 Armor pIulp H. V
100 ill.'.N to try our ipei-lul lie dinner for 15a.
lOlh and II all tl W -
MFAT CI 1TEU i:xierlmccd Cor ilnd und
New port pluro N V
IArlJllHNllEltH-Tin llral-claaa ut onie
g I mlarv OS 7th rt s
I'ltESMtrt ul onu who tin roughly untt.r
atdnd aiiiurlrrg unl preaalng on Irullea unl
gmla iloth.a, attu lj jib, gund wagi.a ;.l
II at N 15
ll11 lllt lly wick or piece Appl) 10.3 i:
iMtHNilJIt- Colored experiment 611 7th tT
N N . .
lillKNKElt- tl ml at oncu, ateady wurk, JOtl
Jllh at .N ..
r()HTEH wanted with hoo 1 reference c ill
nt 1U14 I'a uip N , tKtwttn 9 and 10
SAI.USMAN- dent a futnldiluia and thuia
73a Ith at. a. U.
HELP WANTED MALE
HTOUT IIOV to learn tlnner'a trade H C.
IIIIOOKH. tit l at N. W.
TIllMMRIl and ii upper, muat have good
reference, ateady work Apply J. M
BTKtN CO . ia 1th x N V
TAIIJIIH Thoroughly experienced, on worn.
en'a nmla Apply
JUUUU GAItri.NKl.B A CO., llth and K tts
WIIBBI. l)OV - Colored. CAMP01IMA
rilUIT CO. J
W1IITK MAN Young to wurk on umbrella
one with experume preferred Apply M
A UHIHWOM) 111 llth at N ,VV. ..
WIIITK MAN for work around the home
nnd garden, eteardy wurk In'iulre at
Iteataurant, U U at. N. W , between 1 and ;
WIIITK HOYH over II yeara old to run ar
..??.".' "fund atore. Apply JU1.1UH OAIt
VOt NO MAN familiar with" meat arid" pour
try bualneee Apply 1110 I' at .N W. ..
Mala and Fern'
Cl II tServlce examination Nov :7 Ppel
claaaea ritman and Gregg
TUB 1)1111.1 Blt, 1100 New lurk ato
l?AI,IMMF.N-Heeral, and aalivladka, at
ener II HOl'Kl.NS. 1101 I) N E.
FOR RENT ROOMS
13T1I 1ST. N W , Mi-New ly furnlahed fnnt
romit, iloubln ntul ilriKlo with buuiJ. trunv.
IV HT X V . Sll-Ilftaulirully (urnmhei
, rnonn, huuHi keeping or tleeplng, outrani
I HT H W , 121f,-Mro 2nl flvr front r-Kn.
hrnt, gas, Lttih, Is month, nnr Asrlcul
ISTII KT N W, 613-Dent ra hi e llr-nw,
nt no r.uuiikrr)lnK roiinii. t. Ui to tS pet
hSniAaNA A K , 314-Unte frnl ruoiiitt.
hoi waur Ix-at tslriK or t-n nulti
1HT HT N v rw-To 2n-l 11 or rwm
r)l heated a ruti.. tuinp.ttt fur hun
HOllAHT ST. T(W-HmatI roum next to bath
iiw houit, prlxatt rurnlly. 17 pr month
IM.IN'OIH AK. Mio Urltshtwtx-l Park
Furnished reruns fur rtm, hot watt r litdt
dli.iljl(: loiutlon 1
UVH HT S V , WiC To nat lJy ir touple
houiekx-fplrm rfMini. tl tk 1
U1H 8T N W, 13-: Churful .nd tory
n 10111. two larttc cIoct phone, S1U
O hT N. W, 407 Mce well brated room,
hut and cold water In ruum, Hcht huue-
II HT N , j35 Clean, ronifurtaUle r oma.
ronvenirni to an turn. . rr ween
l'A AVI. , 1&13 1, 2, or 3 roouii, sua range,
tram. $U up M 7177
9T1I HT N. V , 1107 Two acon 1 aiory fnnt
rot ma, litat, gac, light Iiouk keeping, lit
9TII HT. N , 1107 Two nt l furnl-vhed
connect Inic routna, htut, gaa, light houfe-
kci Ing, IL munth
r HT N W, ai Two large newlj furnlvheJ
rinp, compute (ur houackieping 1 hall
room, t; ..
i'TM HT .N , 1U9 Two Uigb furnlihcd
rHimi forlhk , ias, liat aitl bath.
1NUIA.NA AK. .ol-lwu nicely furnlahe4
loom a fur light housekeeping ..
C iT , 218 H(Mnif teautiluly fur
nmlud lor Hhht h mst kt t pint, !
II bT S , W7 Large front rooma. 3 win
dow a, tout Lint e&pijaiire, -lo hall raiu
lhT HT N W 73 Two furnUthed roma
flrat l1o-c for I h k
V bT ., 17-Plerponl, Apart 2, nicely
lurnlihcd ruom n lt Hoor, entiemen, l.
I bT N W, K--Mcoly furnlahed front
riHiin with liirdjrouthcrn expoauit
iTuMfelU AVTT b li, 1-Mcely fur-
ninca mjqh.i, i n k . rca-onauu
P HT N rl , 30721 floor, private, for rouplej
two large rooms anl bath, nkcly lur-
nlahel, ntar Station anl Capitol, reasonable.
II si N U , .i .Neatly furnished room,
light housekeeping If dealred 1
II ar .N V. . 113 Tw large fumlihed
rooms for Ink, second ttuor fruut all
concnien.e reasonable l
KM hT .N W t: Well furnished rcot.ia,
Ul fluur front, other front ruouis, liolwatr
K bT N V , 1011-3 fur front rooms, cm.
location, ccnvenltnt to cars, reasonable.
FOR RENT ROGIVlS.
M3U II-I h AVK N , MC- Tlire
trUht i Li ul unturnlshed luonikf for I h.
k heat and rfus
O bT N IZ , 1123 Three large unfurnlkhed
roomi with batth. onl 13 VI per munth ..
U bT iS 4. Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping heat. tu-. 1 ath
Call Itiore 11 n in and afttr 3 p in 1
M.W Ji:ilL,l AK N W, li-ao ryomi
U bl N .3 Four cheerful .'nd Uor
rMms, closets, bth, gua, heat, tcntril,
7T11 HT X. W , 121C-Thrco rooms and bath
i r 11 k lit houaektepinc
ROOMS AND BOARD
11 HT Is W, 607 Mce alnglo front rom,
ula other looms with porch, good board,
3iU bT N W -IS Mm furnished rooms
with board, 120 per month
U HT , 1413 bouth front rooms, with board,
steam heat, hath on tach floor, central
WAN rED MISCELLANEOUS
lANTM Kl'llMTl lirj, AIl) lllHtt'llAN.
dlsn ut any kind Hend fur rue und gel beat
price l .NOTlili, WW tltlr at .N I'lrone
MniCU-30 KARtT KXPEIUKNCB, AUL,
rnakca aening rnachlnea repaired at jour
residence It and up vvarrunted Thonu North
JIM) CllAH bTl- UN.SO.N, lull llth at. nw
ltlQIlCST CAKtl nrlca nald lor worn cloth
ta, vi.iici lull.. vi to'll.ui.u , .un.
eeital, mil call b fAUBlIUS. UOa Jta aU
S. S. I'hona North 439
HOUbi;Ki:i:i'i:ns-TIila week, ordinary win.
dona expertly cleaned, 6c en. , floora waxed,
polished, italned. larnlahcd. rellnlahed 'o.
tai, m.Liorr. nw u n w. iMwno n. tsu.
WANTED rurnlturo Tor raah dell your
good, to the man vttra given loir th. molt
murrey the ltl)liVOOD. nth and K i
iiu;hi:mt cahh rnicts i-aid toh ali.
ktndi of aecond-hjnd furnltare Drop poatal
or phone Main TMI A MILLliU'B l'urultur.
Jlouae, tOJ K N V -
NOTICE JO LADIES
II. 1IAHU1S, LaUU. fulTor,
1 llth at. N. W.
The $1 00 bklrt Uouae has removed from
OS llth at. to 719 llth st IN. W., with a lull
line of the most ndvanoed stlea In suits anl
dreasee at remarkably lww figures Misses
lulu, I.S up Lstln ate aults i2S up. 1 iticJ
Ikrrls HID. all stiles I
KIIAMl'OOl.NO, facial maaaage nnd scalp
triatment, switches, payihes finond no r
MHS l.AUUA, AUIO.N. i:i mh I'll M 177.
VIA1 SCIKNCU OP IlBALTIt. natural
non surgical, dothbound luo.pag. buiii
free. Apply by mall SI! Colorado Uurldlrig
1-len lecture for wumen Wednea lays at . JB
CUT IUTU (1 SHOUT TIME
Tull Set Teeth, M IK) Hold Tooth UN
Urldn Work, i; u. All rulings COi. . p
l:xtrnctluii Cleimlnr, 1 rec
1 A1NI CfcB UCNTISTK,
Cor. "th nnd I' stK i:ntium.o CIS r tu
HOLltU UAII.V t A. M TO I l, 11
C r IlUNlllll S faAMTAItV III ST UILI."
INU I'Lotill Oil. contulns ollum and wux
kcipa the lluura clian und Ijilglu anl givof
them a polliihid flnlah tin.id fur youi lur
nltur-e Ti) it, tuc ml delivertd .se by
ll u I) P tiuv t and mi, e WW faiiiL,! rr the
last .3 tears. 1U I'jl mo N. vVT M LiM.