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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1012.
CLAYION I. CROFT,
Veteran of War Dies at Age
of 76 at His Residence
in This City.
After an Illness which extended over
a period of years, Clayton t. Croft,
clerk In the iiostofflco at Station D,
and a former consul ut Cartagena,
Columbia, In the Administration of
1'rcsldcnt Harrison, passed away at
hln home, 423 Tenth street northwest,
llu wus born In New York State seventy-six
years ago, and had lived In
Wushlngton twenty-one years. Ho en
tered the First California Cavalry at
the outbreak of tha civil war, and
was ii. member of GeorRo II. Thomas
l'ost, U. A It, Ho Is survived by his
wife anil one son, Samuel M. Croft,
of the Congressional Library,
MRS. GERTRUDE MORGAN.
The funeral of Mis. Gertrude Bto
well Morgan won held at 2 o'clock this
afternoon from Lcc'b chapel, the ltev.
O. W. Van T'osscn officiating. Tho
Interment was In Olenwood Cemetery.
jtirs. juorgun. wno im ino wife of
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
BY ELIZABETH KENT
Author of "Tho House Opposite."
(Copyright, 112. Frank A, Munsey Company),
- - l-UIHCUV
-J haps s
I at all.
CHAPTER VI (Continued).
M8CIM.A. I'rcntce, ami per-
she hasn't disappeared
This Is how It Is: The
dav before yesterday "
"Tho day of tho murder7" asked Cyril.
"Yes, my lord. 1'rcntlco came to me
and asked If she could go to Newhovon
to seo .1 cousin sho has there. The
couiln Is 111 leastwise, so she told mo,
and she wanted, as a great favor, to be
allowed to Bpcnd the night with her,
and sho promised to come back by tho
carrier early next morning. It seemed
nil right, no I gave her permission, and
off she goes. Then jesterday this
Irendtul thing happened, and I'rcntlco
went clean out of my head I never
oblivious of his housekeeper's presence.
Douglas entering, discreetly Inter
rupted his cogitations:
"The Inquest li about to begin, my
lord," he said.
N entering the hall Cyril found
that a scat on the right hand
tho coroner hnd been reserv
ed for his. but ho choso a se
cluded corner from which ho could
watch tho proceedings unobserved.
On tho left of Mr. Tinker sat a tall,
imposing-looking man, who, on Inquiry,
proved to be Inspector Griggs.
Tho first part of the Inquest devc, oped
nothing new. It was only when Musta-
UTTER OF PLAGES
IS FIRST QUESTION
Presldent-Elect Will Have to
Choose Wing of Party to
About the first question whloh lh
Wilson administration will have to
solve, even In advance of the making
of appointments. Is what brand of
Democrats It Is going to depend on for
referees In tho different Slates.
This question Is loaded with dynumlto.
I'lrsldent Taft found It so. Mr. Wilson
ClinlSTIANI DIttja COMPANY, Apothe
caries snil Chemlata, with stores, 4M nth t.
N. W MS Ts. ave. N. V fin and 1-, ave.
N. W and t'nlon Terminal Htatlon.
ANNOUNCEMBNT-After umnt requeeta
by many of our patron, we decided to add an
up-lo-dal Optical Department at una ut our
torn, which la centrally Incatrd at 42 h
at. N. W.. and have auccteded In netting; tha
service of Ir. A. Vlneberg who wl'l In
chance uf tha department and personally di
amine eyea. . ,
The doctor neeile no Introduction aa ha la
piureaalonally known, having deroted hla
practice, for tha last 30 yeara to tha ntllng
and adjusting- of ulnsaee. "
Only the beat make nt spectacles and eye
glasses will he auppllrd, and aa an Introduc
tory utTar. commencing November 11th, the
Doctor will examine eyea and furnltli glasws
tor half tho uaual prhe.
Twenty yeara sjuaranlco goM-fllleu spec
tacles and aye glaura 11.00.
Solid gold from 12.00 up, and a full line of
artificial eyea and tar phunta at 128 Sth at
CHIIlBTIANI imUfl COMPANY.
Apothecarlea and Chemlata.
nttiiAND hoy uitii
KTt'DIO, 12(0 K at
wheel 'at Ittcn'B
ilt'Hlir.I.MAN Mrn'a work, for a flnls'icr, t
days HW I) at. N. W ..
HfTTONIIoLl: MAKUItt) un men's VMt.
SIS It at. N. W. ..
CAHIIIKIt for market atoro; experienced pre
ferred IKK Hth at N W.
CLEANKIt and pressor, first-clou; call nt
once: etcady Job, colored. 107 tlh at. H. IS.
COLOHKI) MKN for general work around
store! only thoaa with beat reference'. Ap.
ply H7 Hth at.
mornlnv. when Mr. Douglas says to me:
"Why, wherever Is Miss .'rentier?' You
could .'ave knocked me down with a
fcnlhcr, I was that taken aback 1 Bo I
says, whatever cun 'ave happened o
"When she heard of tho murder sho
nay havo taken fright. She may bo
waiting to return to the castle till the
Inquest and funeral uro over," sug
"Then she ought nt least to have sent
word, llesldcs, she should have got
back before sho could have heard of
"You hnd better send to tho cousin's
J. Ci Moigan, of the Government and Hnd out If she Is thcie. Sho may
thought of her again till oreaiuasi mis , ,?"--'' "" ","'",;. t hro i. ' will l,.,r,1lv find It otherwise. President
nf hlH nrutiur'n MpntltV.
With tha exception of n red fez, tho
TurK woh uiesseu as u i.
! Taft took the course of abiding by the
l'rlntlng Of lice, nnd wiis a prominent
inrmocr or tho oinan m ltellcf Corps,
died yesterday In Gcorgo Washington
I'nlverslty Hospital. She wuB n mem
ber of Cathedial Chapter, Order of
the Kustcin Stui.
Kuiieral senlccb for Ki eilerlck 3chi
fer, for muny senrs n resident of tho
city, weie held ut 2 o'clock this after
noon from Georgetown Evangelical
Luthenjn Church, the Hev. L,uthor II.
Waring ofllclatlng. Interment was In
ltock Creek Cemetery.
GEORGE E. MASON.
George 11. Mnson died Hnlilenly .it hu
home In the Junlatu npurtments, IIUI
W street northwest, last night from
heart trouble, lie was forty-eight yeara
of uge, and had llveil In the District
a few years. The body was shipped to
Ualtlmure for funeial services and Interment.
MRS. FREDERICK N. WILSON.
The funeral of Mis. Frederick N, Wil
son will be held nt 2:30 o'clock tomor
row afternoon fiom her residence. 209
Second stieet southeast, and then at St.
Mark's Church, nt 3 o'clock. The In
terment will be In JJoaton, Mass.
HARRIET BOWEN COOLIDGE.
The last rites for Mrs. Harriet Uowen
Coolldge were held at 2 o'clock this
afternoon from her residency IMS I.,
street northwest, nt 2 o'clock thin aftoi
noon. The Interment was private.
MRS. MARTHA A. BERKELEY.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Martha A
Hcikeley will bo held at 3 o'clock this
afternoon fiom hor home, 413 Second
street southeast, and the Interment will
be held at Congressional Cemetery,
PRIVILEGE TO ROAD
DRAWS A COMPLAINT
uronean- but 1c" of the standpatters In the matter
hi. swarthy kln. largo benkllke nose , oiMinage.il . u -,-',",',
un.i ,ioep, soniKr ey.s In whUli blooded ,?f wm"lK of th" regular scm
niuoZlltv ' ' ' nrC""m,:d h" slonV the Slxiyrst Congress. In tho
"ftll tilVd in vln to 'form some e.tl- " ''& Vn '"maUefof naVron"
mute of the man's character; to proho the Insurgents In the ?"tr rT. l0,"
th itcntha nf ilinan fathomless eyes: age and he Is still making It. inui
Lul ?gnP.' a'nt 'a.' "! of "K fjrlralul ' h,. Is .till refusing tc - .Ijpolnt to off ico
ho found It Impossible to differentiate men recommended by the l'rogresslvo
Wilson Has Same Tak.
Onvernor Wilson, when he becomes
President, will face the same situation
with respect to. his party that 1'real-
Rival Lines Claim Action Has
Acted as Suppression of
have been taken 111 and had nobody to
send a measngo by."
"We, none of us, know wheroabouts
this cousin lives, my lord."
"New haven Is not a largo place; It
can't bo difficult to Hnd her."
"llut wu don't know 'cr name, my
"That certainly complicates mattors.
How long has this girl been ut tho
"Six months, my lord."
"Who dhl ou get her from?"
"I advertised foi her, my lord. Mrs
Valdrlguez's ejes uru not whut they
were, and so she 'nd to have somebody
to do the memllnir. 1 mnu. .. r..--
elgners new beautifully, so It was some
miiu ui'iuru i couiii got anyono whose
worn suueu Mrs. valilrlguix. '
hdt references did tho girl glvo' '
It was thiu way. mv Inn!. Shn'M ..rv
Spung, and this Is her first place, llut
sliu wus excellently teioininended by
. vuugnn. vicar of Plumtree. who
wrote that shu was u moft rtspcctuble
girl, and that hu could vouch for her
character. Those uro his very wnuls.
"Thut certainly sounded satisfactory."
"I m glud you think so, mv loid So
she came. Such a nice Joung woman
she seemed, bo' urd working and con
HClmtlous, one who kipt 'irself to
'irself- never a word with th.i men
never, though shu Is so pietty."
"Oh' she Is pretty, Ik she'" A f.tlnt
but horrible suspicion Mushed through
' Yes, my orl, ns pretty us n, pic
ture." "Whut does the look like?"
"She 1b tall and slight, with J'irk
hnlr and bluo eyes," Mrs Kverslej an
swered. She was evidently tikin
aback at her master's Intel est Ir. u
servunt's appearance, ami a cert.vln u
serve crept Into hrr voh'e
'Could she would It be possible to
mistake her for u ludy?" stummerjd
MrH. Hversley vtarteil.
"Well, my loid, It's strani;o you
should nnk thnt, for Douglas, he al
waji has said. 'Murk my words, Mii!H
I'iftitlce lsn t what she seems,' nnd I
mtiFt say she is very nupirlor veiy "
"It wasn t It couldn't bo possible,"
thought Cyril; ami )ct
"Did she see much of her lad, ship'"
"Lately Mrs. Vnldrlguez, seeing ns
what she was suih a unlet girl, has
allowed her to put tho things she has
mended back Into her ladyship's room,
anu i Know nor lauysnio nas spoko"
betwien Muataphu's railnl ul ' indi
vidual characteristics. That he was
full of Infinite possibility a was evi
dent; even his calmness was suggestive
of potential passion A mull to bo
wntched, deiided Cyril.
Mustapna gave inn irsiiinonv in "". i --- " ,: , , ,, ,,.,,, ), . m,i,
clear volco. and. although he spoke with i dent Tuft faced. He will have to maKO
tt strong foielgn ncceni nis r.iiKiinu appointments eiiner on in" n
was puier than that of his fellow serv- uton ot tie progressive Democrats or
ants. . ,, ..I the coiihcrvatlves and reactionaries.
That he had had nothing to do with ,"" ,lsm!r , ,,e id(.pl enough as a
ZndWlT, Cth,;r,r,"ant AS ilnem rH,enie,,ltolhn;a,,,,nt8ilke.y ho
dirVti"1 iS 'un.H "AniM"ihl. nuestlon Is ...eking up
eross-examliintlon. reiterated hla con-.nwny than Marjland. .Maryland went
vtctlon that Mustupha ronld not have strong for Wilson. At the Ualtlmore
left his room without his having heard convention, the Influence of the old
III Nenr-MlltACL'lXlL'n ODHES for
. the Chronic, llopeleas, nnd Incurable
. . lntallria. I'm li lijail at Office i,r
. . mailed free. Lady Aealitnnt. Iliiura,
, , 10 a, m. to s p. m.i Hunua), 11 tu 1
PnOF. H. N. D. PAIUCER
in? fith ( N. w.
AT tot HA VINCI.
SPECIAL THIS W1IKK . CO C(
J-I'leca Parlor Hulte. reuphnl- OiatlU
alered and recovered In taoeatry or velour.
tTalnir atlk cord and gimp, hew aprlnra where
neceMary; rramea lepoiuoca. i-itur: ijl,-'
u. ft ui'iinuTiiitiNn co.
112 V rt. N. W. M. 70J2.
him, do so, as he, Douglas, was a very
light sleeper. .....
In unwer to uuestlnns from the cor
oner. Mustnpha told how he hud filtered
the late Lord WIlmersIey'H serv lie sonio
fifteen years previously, ut which time.
Ids master owned u house on the out
skirts .it Constantinople As lie dressed
lis n Mussulman nnd contorted enttrelv
with the nutlves Muataphii did not
know that he was u fonlgner till his
mnnler fnfiirmed him of tho fact Just
he fun) leaving Turke
When iniestlonid us to Lady WllmerM
lev, he was rather non-rommlttnl N'i,
tin had never belleveii net to no iiniigi r-
Democratic machine, lid by Senator
John Walter Smith was against Wil
son. The progiesslve Demooials of the
State, Including Senator lliiyner, Hlalr
Leo, many of the Johns Hopkins Unl
virsltv crowd, and the antl-muchlne
Democrats genrnlly lined up for Wil
son, Smith May Dictate.
Senator Smith Is one of the chief of
the Senate reactionaries, a high tariff
lumber man, a protection Democrat,
and. In short, anything but a pro-
giesnlve In any s nse. lint ne is a fin
AtUACKNT Mil. AND VA. TOWN.
JUSTUS C. NELSON, Publisher,
810 F Street N. V.
DOM.Y MADISON lANDIi: srr mudfl fer
tlne who unlit the beat t:0 lUh at. N
V. I'lione M. C134.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
IttMjuIre tha nrrlci t xrrrlantt.U
tor Toy Deparlmtiit.
FOR RENT ROOiVlS
Furniahed and UnfumiihaJ
KMICIIKON MT. N. I' UCV KurnUhod or un
furnlHieii rooma fur rent; reaaonable.
llltllNTWOOII lll.. W CWslrldK. D. O
-Siccn.l flour, heat ajid gac adults onlyj
Hi . . l.
ROOMS AND BOARD
0TII ST. N. W 73-llOOMS, $1.00 LP.
BOARD, IF VKtmiKU.
iTTlT. N. W.. Wf Nicely furnlahcl flam
room HUH ln.ini. ijuhh-.m t-,.m.
V MT N. V 511 Well heated front room,
brcaklaat and dinner; two aentlemen, 11 W
eek. . J!
,.t, tif x: w 7?l Pnriilihed room ml
Loirdi U.7S a week; alio table board IJ
a nk, L'
KAfAlltAMA N V. Illl-Helr blwk car
llnra; lineal location; rates low. l'hona N
NIIWAIIK ST.. JI10, CLUVELANU I'AIIK
rlTTKIt ANU HUSIIUI.MAN-Hiet-claa.1 two n.oma q-.-. ....--rl -
Irfali; sood ateady poaltlon. CU8 Hth N. W. Tllfc CIIOHIIY IIOUSK. 2 SD BT. N W -
Itooin and board; beat In city. t;0 per
liniiHEHIIofilt-A "l'rncticil. llulTuit: cvvn muiitli. home cooking. l
.CO.. 112 B at. N. W. !,,., ,,.un.. .. , iMh .t. N. W.l-Al.
LAllOlti;i!H-U ut once,
place H V.
Lut'AI. repreaetitnthe wuiited In your aectlon
to set Into a biff paving hue. without cup ,
write lor pnrtlculara t'nlted Cieoperatlvo
liUy Co.. 3MI1 C'cilur, Ht. Paul, Minn
ItllXJItnU MAN CJoo.1 refertneca; lake cato
InvuKd, waftea 134 nvintll. room and b04rd
Call at oner, ll!f, lltli at N W. .
Apply 321 Arri"ry trnctlvo rooma and yood boardjcentrai. i
WlllTl: MAN-Aa aaalitut to furniture ahlp
pltiK clerk, pirmanent puililon, chance for
aJvanctmrnt. Ill)" I't'llMTl'llli I'D
WIIITK MAN Young, aa liiindle wrapper
Apply DUI'ONT I.Ar.NUItY, 2M.', hl.irmin
nvr N VV Aak for MH. .WII-MAMS
TWO NEAT COUJItKIl IllltLS wont aervint
places, together; one aa i-ook and one. ai
chaiiiUeimald and waltrrae 1421 let at N. W
WAITI5II Ily nrrl-claaa laundiraa, wa.hlne
tu Ui dona at home. Call 1112 klh at. N. VV.
CONFINHMLNT nuralng day and night; bell
cxpeilenre NL'ltrlU 1130 U at. ri. U , Ana
Ciatla, II l"
WMITf! MAN to work In eml vard. mual
be aolier. nnt Cree. J J. t'UNNIII.I.Y. M
and l'l N W.
YOt'NCJ MAN In aaelat In delnery dpall
ment, one with eXfierlnn-e liufeired. aal
ary 18. Apply HKCKKU'H, 13JI K at
YllfNtl MAN or lwy"ttllh win el HCIIMlll'H
lllltll HIOItK. '12 i:ih .1 N W.
100 UCN to try our afieclal ?&c dinner for ISO.
Klh and II la !! V; --
PoftTKIt -c'oloieil, one Mltn un lerattinda car
rying hata. ApplyVCS lllh M N.V. 1
I'ltncSEH-At once, nil M attect north
b ubiNbSS UPrORTUNITIES
MOTION I'ICTUItK THEATElt; pllce, I4W.
la leas than coat t iqulp; owner in other
bualntai, dearlng lvu monlli, well 1.
can. N. W.
CAI-K-Netr I2th aiid"? la. N. W.. cheap
rtnt; ;ong leaae, recclpla 11, anap at
ll.wu. Cato In heurt r taualntee cnti
ncvlpta l& Ua ; only ll.VM.
IIOOMINa HOUUEB-They are bargains anl
dexr.i) Immedlalo ntpeclluli. Coat tu
furnlali, M.OOU, owner leaving eity am
laac 11.000. Ideal j.laco for home, anl n r
near Mm. ave. and i:th t.. clearing
liioiilh, uaklng V.VH alao tinani i
furniahed huuao on Utlghta, big vaiu
aitO'.'KltY- On promlin-nt nnd piling enrne
N. K , vry cheap rent, nice flat ah i
riirlpta ill) duv, uaklng II .w Well lo
c. lid arotery S. W, b.at otter bua li
lake ii than Invoice, mil I3S, ni'
NEW YOltli HUHINilaS HIlOKmiU, 1121
HIIIIET MirrAL WtlltKKflS. J I" HIIANIJ
HTKI1T '''' .I'llin M irahall place.
TAILOHS lhotnughly exfe-nencid. on weni.
en' coate. Apply
JUI.1UB ciAitFI.SKfJ: A. CO . 11th and K ata.
iwo men auk ni:i:li:d
at onte tn lenrn the auto bualncas. Our
graduatea In the city are making aa high aa
tl.O nr month. I'all :oda
NAT AfTO COl.l.KOK.
8th and o ta. N. W. open until 9 p. in.
MUN li to dUlrlbuu clrculuia.
M. IJAVIO T0 Till M. N W
n.rMIIKlrf lll'.LI'nit. over IS iur
LACXMAN it INCULU ll ?Hi at N
TIN ItOorilltS To
Conn av e
g'jiMl. Apply fi'H
PAINTKIt. papertiaeglns. plaMerlng, union
VMrk Itoiim parfT.d. KM. painting, 12 00
K lliH.DW.ATT. .Wl CS t. S. W.
nis. Ithej will bo listened to. In fait, some w,A,?.T;"r ,"!' ,' , c;ffcr!."' .."f'J?
Dirt he know how sho roulil have nh- of the Marvlnnd polltl.lans i;n so far i?iL2 ,lr" ?'J,"U' "".i Ly at NW
lined u pistol' Yes, there was mm aa to say Smith, rather than the pro- ! iiAUTBNIinit IIKI.I'CII- Hxpirlenred, wiahej
tfMltlun. tnal reference!
at N VV
IIOL'LKS. :i Ct,
oils Hail she seennu linpii) m. sne iiiei politician, and the story Is ul
ci led iiflin. Did his lordship ever ill-1 ready KolnK the rounds thnt when the
treut hei ' Not that he knew nf Ills lupous of office are divided he will be
loidihlp was very patient with her on hand with his recommendations and
concealed mi his nuistei s depk II hnd I km He Dcmoi'iiits, will dictate the
dlsiovitiil that it was ini'sliia. How patronage
iiiulil n tdstol lie concealed on a desk' Tilenils of Wilson In Wnshlnuton do
It was hidden Inside an ancient Kli'il not believe this will happen However,
enuntlet. ostensibly uynl as a p.ipei- this Is an Illustration nf the situation
weluht. Mustiiplia inui found It one ilnv I that confronts the Presldi nt-elect In
quite ncclili ntull Did he tell his lord- practical!) every Htntu In the Union he
ship of his discovery No Ills nms- will have to face squarely the problem
ter wn nlwnvs afraid of bcliin spied of whither he is RoinK to let the reac-
llnfin U'hv ' He ,11,1 1101 kn,iw lllnonel. ne the nrnffreastve men of )tl
Di.i .Mirnnpna Know of any enemv or party mini mate tne or ceno uers. Ann r, " '",l1"1 " ' '" "" '
POSITION by registered drugglil, rtferencea.
i.-: nth at n i:
Department of Justice officials de
clared today thut if tho stopping of
work on tho Southern Now Knitland
railroad was the result of a promise ot
traftlo privileges by the New York, New
llutven and Ilnrtford railroad to the
Oram! Trunk, with tho consequent sup
pression of competition, n thorough In
vestigation will be made, and If the
facts warrant a suit for an injunction
under the Sherman law will be Insti
tuted with thu purposo of restoring
It was practically Intimated that of
lato the department has not been pay
ing much attention to the railroad traf
fic situation In New Kngland.
The rederal trust busters am not en
thusiastic over tho prospects of lighting
uny ulleged monopoly of the Now Haven
road The last suit filed against the
New Kngland railroads was In 1901
when Attorney General Wlckersham
sought to prevent the absorption of the
Boston and Maine railroad by the New
Haven This suit wus dismissed In 1!)09
for tho reaHiln that the Massachusetts
public utllltiiK commission approved,
inu inerKer un me Kruunu mm 11 was
The bill of complaint In that suit al
leged that the New Haven had prac.
tlcally established a monopoly of all
fall nnd electric lines In New England,
but In the face of the attitude of tho
.vutiurliii!tts auihoiitles the Federnl
trust busters were utiajile to proceed.
Attorney- General W'lckeishnm ts
known to be keenly Intel ested In the
New Kngland situation, It la believed
inui me luiesi move of tno New Haven
will Insplie him to renew the efforts
which failed several years ago,
hli loidsliln who was likely to hnve.tr he turns to one he will win the con
sent-lit such ii revenge? No. Ills mas-, deinnntlon of the othei If he tries a
tr enemies were not In Kngliind. i middle-of-the-road path, he will Incur
Then liN lordship had enemies,'' ,k nil . the usual danger of folks who carry
m-,i luive, ho had he. Hut hud lm no I water on both shoulders,
special enemy"' An enemy Is an enemv,
but his master'H enemies weie not neir. I I IvirrMTTPTP vi Mr
How could he he, mi sure of that' He I A I) V rll 1 IS 1 JlAlUh
would have had woid How" Krnm tXU ' 1' lkJ 1','
whim? Prom his. Muntnpha a friends
Did his lordship fear hi enemies
would follow him to Kngland'' At Mrst I
peihaps, but not Intel) If his lord- ,
shl.i h enemies hnd found him, would ;
they have been likely to kill him' Who
ran tell' The heart of man Is very evil. r.pnfTa Cnntprrncr Committee
llut hu knew no one who could have .uencraI -Onicrcncc 01IimitlC-
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ArritKNTICKri to learn French i!rtMC-Utne.
rrnMinakli.Kt. celt.n.:.if, anu millinery, !.-,
hi torn rumi-hei- aiitr learnir
Mllltnery Academy, lllfi O t
done this thing' No one. Did he be
lieve his mlstreFs had done It? Musta-
pna nesiiaieu rnr mo first time
"They say so," he llnally unswered
nui you wnni uo you I llllK7 ' In
i miun ,,Li luii. null, iitin r,'unu .
to 'her, but how often she hus donu so J slated tho coroner
I couldn't really say. I'renlico didn't I -The ways nf women are dark"
..ihT"-!?:, ..- -... h i ,., i "Uo "u hellcve her ladyship killed
"DM she seem much Interested In ,onr master, ves or no?" repeated the
..r. . .,y . '' ' .. coioner impatiently
"At first very much so. If wo were .,,, ,. ,' , . ', ..... . riH ...
ry vuls:Ir ,,rsih,pbn. ;!U.gnfut,,er:i;gnlt7p'lcd Mu-
one or mc nouxi minus unci Htni suiut-
fnm.4 I ..-- .. ta.a . ... - ...
thlmr about her mistress-! forget what ":.""??""" 1" '"" ""'rr " '"
i. .. I.... . ki.. .i . u.. " a nunii in
ik wno judi nuiii.-iiiini, .iiiuu. iivi ij.'.iih
erazv. I thinkPrentice ixot niilte ex
cited, and when Mrs Valdrlguiz hid
left the loom, she said to tne, 'I don t
believe there is anything tho matter
with her ladyship; I think It Just cruel
the way sho la kept locked up'" Ileg
ging your pardon, mv lord, those were
her veiy words; she made me promise
not to repeat what she bad Bald last of
all to Mrs. Valdrlgucss, und I never htte
not till this minute."
"Did she evi r suggest that sho would
like to help her ladvshlo to escape?"
"Why, mv lord'" exclnlmcd Mrs
Kversley, staring nt her maater In as
tonishment. "That's lust what she did
do, JtiBt once oh' vou don't think she
did It nnd yet that's what they're all
"Is anything missing from her room?"
"I can't sny, my lord; her trunk Is
locked, and sue took n small bag with
her. Hut there ure things In the bureau,
and a skirt nnd a pair of shoes in tho
wardrobe," she answered.
"Prom tho uppmrance of tho room,
therefore, you would Judge that sho In
tended to return?"
"Yo-es, my lord, and yet I must sav I
was surprised to see so few things
about, and the skirt nnd shoes were
verv shabb) "
"I suppose that bv this time everyone
Knows the girl Is missing' t'yril nsked
"The upper servants do, and the de
tectives was after mo tn tell him all
nbout her: hut I wouldn't sav a word
till I had asked what your lordship's
"I thought Judaon had left tho castle?
"So he has, my lord; this Is tho man
from Scotland Yard; flrlggs Is his
name: he was 'ere before Judion. but
The celebrntion of Shakespeare's j 5?,0ve!n.? Ieft ,h CaStle bC'r y" ar"
birthday on April 1 next bv members r Impossible even to attempt to keep
her disappearance a secret, thought
NEW YORK PASTOR
CALLED TO CAPITAL
Picks Men and Women
To Spread Faith.
Dr. Chase, of New York, to Come
to Take Charge of Washington
Hev Dr. John Carpenter Chase, pastor
of Emanuel Presbyterian Chapel, (,f
New York, was unanimously called to
the pastorate of tho Washington
Heights Presbyterian Church at a meet
ing of the congregation jeslerday muni
Ing, at ,i salary llxed at Jl.ovO Dr.
Carpenter is expected to leslgn his
charge shortly and accept tho call. Ho
Is n graduate of Dartmouth, I"1. r.nd
McCormick Theological Seminary, of
Beverly Stands Pat
For President Taft
Several missionaries will he sent tn
Chlnu, linllila, Mexico, und other coun
tries by the flevtnlh. Day Adventlsts, ac
cording to the ohms outlined by the
general conference committee. Hldcr
Kenneth II Wood and his wife will go
to China; Miss K Oertrurie Johnson, of
Indiana, will go to Hollvla, and M D
Smith, of Oklohoma. will depart for
Mexico as a missionary colporteur
Miss Kern Wilcox, of Portland, Ore.,
and Miss Anna V. Cochran, of Porto
Hlio have hem plated under piovl
slonul appointment at the Washington
Korilgn Mlsslun Society.
The force of Illble t-achers In the Dis
trict of Columbia conference will bo In.
creased, tho latest addition being MIbs
Jissle Welch, who comes from tho Wy
Racing of Motor Cars
Likely to Be Stopped
liODKKKKI'UI.-Kxperlenct-rl (Vible entry.
tate ne p. married or Unci-, referent ea.
nam Inat employer, nlre-i eatary expected,
hour t tu 6.X BOX ZU, Timet office.
JirrTONHOU. MAKnit-T on men'- cti,
li'j glrla to line.
AI'J'I.Y MS II N. W.
rANVAtftiKHit-Peteril lady cantaraera on
cood Drt'tKjfciuon. ut ne. inuat ! ac-
r(xle nnd ro4 titkera aUr to atart $r
per wek, with exteiient pprtunlilei for
Improtomtnt Aiply Itooin til MunaeylUdg.
C'Jf AMltKUMAIO or nurne and dlthwHisher ur
i 9 work. 1 reliable. honat colort-d alrla.
1011 New cirk ve
Kxrxrlencc'l Apply Iniplpui nt
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
WA.VTKU-HellH-.l men In every town
within ru hundred mtlea or Waaluiiti
ton to handle our hlhKr.ide bulldlnic loti.
located In th zone of the Capital Cty'a
greater growth, win re a.uei uie .onatant
1 nhanclnic. alrn trnllrK men to at li thla
propertj b.a u rid line, iiilnlmuin ttrnn.
I1W cah and $.0 tnon'hly Iivft-rcme, Iun
and liridirt I'ulion It G rdon omr.
bplal(.t tiuburban Kcai j , Colorado Uldg
MOM.SCJ VU TI UK THUATUIl. Umm
etctlon cleiiBiit )piKirlunlt', owner wtil i ic
(itl't, I.jh other Ltialiuaa
CAPi; and lLriLhtutnii, l'a. ats ; t .inil'nt
ttnde, will KHCllrtr
CX)I.1.K(TH.N AllI.'.N'CV. nood pi)lne biial-
nec, Iitth work iei.efn.ry.
(iIti)('i:nu:H. nrhiiNjn.i. t-lpar itorea anl
Rvnttil eturciv. rll .tl aiillice prUe,
A li FJUI-U & t O .
1-th and II. huuthcin llulldlng
ti lt omlnjr h'luie, 3rd ht ; 10 room.
).'a-ltMitu.liiK nouae. K tl . 'J lormia
Vt- ItoomliiK huua . I M . l rootna
$& li'-itnlriK house, II hi l? r o ia
ll.-io- i uie .-n Mli t , n nt nl -o
SI Ht f j.iit -v lunrh, n-ur liv I'. j
i:yrn. iii'o huokkuj?. ijjt n v ave
IKmjMIMJ Hoi hi: rontHintnK 12 roumi. rent
iciaotlitLte. 4U7 tl N. V
OUISii TU 1IJ,N'IH i .imp la oiTerel
i(ul(k UuiiT In well locnt.l ki rcer north
wmi, k V'i lafcli irjik; rhtap rent, lneai
3' r Ft. N w. i: on i
WHITE HOYtf oer 19 yeara old to run r
randa sum Lnd atore. Appl) JULIUS OAIt
FINKI.K 4 CO.. 12th and F ata. -
YUIN(. MAN -With aiiiit! xperlrr.ee In fito
ctry Morn, tit make hlinavlf scnemlty iuu
ful. Apply i:i9 K N K.
Mab and Female.
l-ult hAl.l. -t ale nd lum h io.rn, dotnfc ku 1
iiuilnttv., near (lovernnunt and utncu buiu
iriKH ll)X . Tlmea -Ihrf !
1'DIt HALK-Hniatl xrx.rr Hh HMna mu i
thtap If pull at unc. Apply 62 4th t
WA.S'TIL I.unch rouiu fur ca.h clhnt, rtrat
to cmre, f.rat aeriil
IXlI'lTY UVti UltUKKIlfa, 1,77 N Y AVE
roll HAl.K (Jrunry at'iru at a irrlhcc, If
fold at oiae Apply 217 lUh t b. W
roll HKNT My tallur ahop und ahoo chli.
parlor comhintil, ill turnlrhed, inclullns
IlKht anl heat, veckty n.CfJpti t27 ti $3U
will r nt for 11. a w t-rk . loc itlon 23Z l'a
ue N Htio proprietor, 1.7- Wlaconaln
a N V
l-io LXjt'lTY In f.no bulldlne lot northwest,
will mke H'X). AdJnsi U It.. :-- N Cup
COAT AND SKIHT IIANDS-TUrounlr x
pcrUnccd. Apply JULIU9 CJAHi-LNKUU
L CO . Hth and K ata.
KinHT CI.AM IIANt on tall red eklrta
Apply liniiE. ZU Conn ae. N W
Olltlit'olored. for general houatwurk. no
waih Cllal bith t N.,W.
Olltl Neot. acthe eoloreel, for a nurse,
muit Kl relerente Apply at 17 It at n,
OIllI--Colund. for Reneral Imuicwork.
(J1III Tor general Imuaework. 533 (th at.
H B -j
GIHI-- (Vlond. tti wanh children' clotht
etry da Apply 311 1'roapevt ae. , V
G1HI- to help n coati.
N W , th floor
Apply 9:2 r at
UlUI.l-udler' halrilreaalni. parlor, who un
ilentnnlii ahainpo". ko1 optortunlty 70.
ith at. N. W , ltooma 1 and 2. I
c'Ml b-r. Ice ex.mlnatlen u
claa.fa IMtman an'l oregc
Tlli l)ItII..l:ilV. llm .New York ae.
HOTEL. HEI.r' for all diilrluifnla
Ua Kth at. .N. V.
Ili:iJ'KnS ON COATb-Maie or ftmale.
lllh at .N W
FOR RENT ROOMS
tOTll T N W Wt-riirnlaheil rnnna, M 1
Ilnor lront. ilrnilid loration inuilirn con
fnlfncra, culoini gvnt, Lilian
14TII 8T N V , 1-
Kurniahtii hall ro-'in
IXS KurnUheil room tor
11 .VT N V., Sti NiMl euml rtable rooms,
conenlenl tu all jiira, II '.'5 (i'r nionlh.
I.UV1N11 AVE h W . (Tl-Nlcels fur
nlahM hall rin.ni :, tr month
N hT N. W, l.fif-Mcily
room In private fnmll.
Glltl, In tailor shop, tn attend customers:
ulao hua aoniti knoultUKi of tnllorlns.
atcAdy work, good pn). Audrey 19J8 To.
nr S W
GIUUS llrlsht. neat. 1 jturt of age. aa
noir inenaungc ra. good pay and splendid
chanie for promotion II W. SCIIAU1I,
,i,.i tirx?i,i-tiri a ?,h .n.l W
The more rigid enforcement of auto- ' " '-
mobile laus has been determined upon QENEItAI, wtiHK llecoromendeii, colored,
b tlie town council of T.tkoma Park. ! so lo lVnnalanU, fan. glu-n, lit.
mid .i new ordinance Mill clve the bailiff I o K
of the Washington Center of the Drama
League, wtilch now lus brnnches In
nenily all the Important cities of the
nation, was suggested In an address by
Mis. A. Stair Hest of Kvanston. 111.,
before tho local members In tho Public
Library last night
The work nf the league was described
bv Mrs Hest and MIbs Alice M Hous
ton, chairman of the Chicago playgoing
committee Tho celebration of Shakcs
rcarc's birthday In this city may be In
the form of a feMlval In which tho
sthool chlldien "111 net some of the
iiimedles of the bnid.
Results in Death
William Moran, a caipenter, forly-flvo
years old, of 1037 Lawrence street north
east, died last night in Piovideiico Hos
pital from Injuries received Sa'itiday
afternoon In u motoicyi lo nccld-nt,
Moran lost control ot his nnchlne it
l,nit!ns and l'"li.st sue. nnrlnv est nnd
irasrica into a inmp post. He una p ek
ed up In a dazed cond'iljn and laken to
Freedmen'B Hospital Ho left the Insti
tution after having his mjuilci drtdteil.
Later Moron was taken seriously "11 at
his home and was taken lo Pi evident e.
It Is believed death was due to Injuries
to his head, but tho doctors failed to
find a fractured skull.
Cyril. After nil. pel hips she wns not
his protege, he was alwavs Jumping ,it
erroneous conclusions, and a description
ts so misleading.
On the other hand, the combination of
black hair and blue eyeB wns a most
unusunl one. liesldes It was already
sufficiently remarkable thnt two young
and beautiful women hnd lied from
New haven one the same day (beauty be.
Ing, alas, such a rarity), but that threo
should have done so wns well-nigh In
credible. Hut could even the most su
perior of upper servants possess that
nlr of breeding which was one of tho
girl's most noticeable attributes'
It wns. of course, within the hounds
of possibility that this muld was well
born and simply forced bv poverty Into
a mcnlnl position One thing was cer
tain. If his nrotego was Prlscllla Pren
tice, then this girl, In spite of her hum.
hie orcunatlnn. was a ladv, anil coin,.
nuently, more than ever tn need of his I
pron'ciiun anu ii"iiiiti.
Well, assuming that It was Prentice
he had rescued, what part had she
played In the tragedy? Whv had sho
feared arrest' Hhe must have been
present at tb murder; but een In Hint
case, whv did she not realize thnt Lndv
Wllmcrsley's unbalanced condition
would prevent susnlclon from falling on
any one else? The police hnd never
even thought of her' And where hnd
she hidden her mistress It was nil
Cyril sat welgh'ng the pros and cons
of one theory after another, completely.
and deputy of th- town authority tn ur,,CSi EAIIN URAUTY CV-TUItE.
nriest the violntors of the lav li Is t0Oll po1sn.. wimtim LNB1. OK
mid the motors not only exceed all rea- i g tUTY --I.TUIIS. no K at. V W.
soluble spied limits In the town, but
nie alto ruining the roads on which thu ( Slvlivr HELI'-Flrat-cUaa. A. M. KEEN,
town has spent much money.
It. I). Rush, of the town council, will
draw up u new ordlanace to harmonlzo
with tho finite laws relating to auto
mobiles The town treasurer's report
for the month showed: Ilnlance on hand
nt the last report, t3,7W61: disburse
ments, J.'.SSS.O?; receipts, !7S.22. and a
balance on hand of t-.113.66.
wz k st
t' at. N V.
WANTED Flrat-claaa comet aalfawoman.
one who underalands the beat trade. Ad
drtaa llOX s:. Ttmea office.
Excepting thoso from Utah and Ver
mont, tho most favorable returns re
ceived nt tho White House from tho
election of November 5 camo tojuy In
the form ot a tabulation from A. E.
Kllliam, secretary of the Taft Club at
Hevcily, the President's summer home,
of the vote registered there.
Taft und .Shermun received 1,715,
Iloosevelt and Johnson, SS6, and Wilson
and Mai shall, 670. President Tnft ic
colved moru votes than both of his op
ponents put together.
Whitworth Gun Tested
Just 50 Years Ago
Tho first official test of the Whit
worth gun, which was considered a
terrible engine of destruction In Its day,
wus made half u century ago lodny.
Shells were sent through n solid Iron
plate of rive and n hulf Inches' thick
ness and the backing of woodwork be
The Hi st time a train coveted the dis
tance betwein New York and Philadel
phia In less than two hours wus tnirty
elght years ugo today.
Lectures on Child Bureau.
For the purpose of outlining tho work
of the Chlldien's Duieau Miss till i
Lat'ncip chief of tho newly cieated dl
vision, leaves Washington today on a
lecture tour, which Includes Auiura, III.,
whei" Fhe iuldicca tho National Fed
eiittlou of Women's Clubs, Ann Albor,
Mich , at the meeting of tile Nntlonal
Association of Collegiate Alumni, De
troit, und Nashville, Term.
OT? X FMRTn Magnetic Ua-aage. raca
L.TU IM-iUI ul Help Tnatmant
AND ASSISTANT. W II at. n Id floor.
MI-LIKER Arllatlo, atyllah, home, out,
moderate, fcalhera cleaned, curled, dyed.
Hat frames. Main hHl. 1010 Eye at, N. W
MTCC r.ATN MAN1CUMNU A.SU
IMiOO V11M BCA1J' THEATMKNT
tit tth at. N. W Apt. 1. Ph. Main Till !
MISH JAMltltON. manicure, face niaaaago
and re .ilp treatment, 1S(H U at. N. W., 2d
floor front lloura from 10 a. m. tOfj p. m.
MISS WELLS Tmen3, nTt!
Avt . M floor front lloura. to p. m.
LOSI AND FOUND
L OST Hultraao of pnperhanger'a toola, going;
fiom Havny apt lioua c, going out lllh at
and 1'urk ro.nl to tin me pliaat nturn at
once and ret-elvo rtvvurd. 713 Eye at N. W
LOST Either in or coming from 5th llap
111 Church. Mh and E ata S W . gold
medil, liiltlnls E. II II. Howard If returneil
to ion Tlh at N V I
LOST nti'h fob, Initials "J. Q. B," cut in
plain gold, on oaatbound 17th and l'a, ave
rnr, about 5 p in Katurduy lleturn to 31i
Ireuaury liipt and receive rowaril. 1
I.OHT Whlto aetter. feinulo. with black
markings 4U'Uurd If returned to C1IAH
IlfMi:, ini'l Mrhi nve N V
WANTED Thoroughly experienced varker
on fura. Apply JULIUS ClAltFINKLE -
CO.. ISth and r tu.
Ytit NO IVIiY for tailoring work Apply at
once. 110 K at. N. W . ltoom M 1
YOL'NO WOMAN to take charge of our
platting department. A M KEEN, 131!
F at. ..
HELP WANTED MALE
ASSISTANT EXAMlNEItS needed In the l,
8 Patent Otnce. Evening course aailatlng
In the preparation for I'lie examination now
In inogrma at the ColuniMa Sihool of lnatl
Ing Alao couraea In limiting and Ennlnicr
llig Start now Catalogue qn ri'nuoi,:
COI.CM1IIA SCHOOL OF DltAi'rlNO. Sic
lchlen llldg.. clty
I1AHIIEII Yojng l-glnner, to work chair,
wages 806 tth at N. W
O 8T N. W C17 One large eciond Iloor.
heat. gaa. path, aultuolr tor two Kentiu-
men or oouple
aTlt ST. N W.. 7:3 Front hall room, 17 per
month, by week If deelrcd, gentlemen.
F ST. N E . 307 Second iloor. private for
couple, 3 largo room- and bath, nlcclv fur
nlshcd. mar tl I' O . n-asonahle.
1317 I, nT N Vt -iairge. nlcelj furnlahod
r om. next lo bath, hot-water heat, $i
month for two.
1312 I. at N W I,arge newlv furniahed
room, routhetn exponuie next to buth, ex-
collent home looking, telephine, ett.
K ST. N W. CCl-NlciI) fur rooma, north
and south cxp-'eiiie. fC lo I1& month L.
THE SEVILLE. 21.-J ISTH ST. AI'.MtT I
Mce fumlahel room, with private eulranie.
main liallway, window facing park ti-Jm
2D ST N W, 119 Nlcelv furniahed looma,
gentlemin 1110. I:, light housekeeping; !
I'oi; SAL1-Neat clean rooming bouae. well
tilled with ptrmanonl gucata. Call .'1 13th
at. N W. !
Ladies, 25c. Gents, 50c.
Palmist, Clairvoyant, Card Readings
Vrof. Cljy can b cunsuttcj on all attain
Lo, Loutifhip, a n J Marrtugv. Olvea truth
ful ret,latlona on love atlulia, f-uiully trou
b.f, unhappj marrlacea. Hrof. Clay reatorta
l-at anc.tlor.s reunitea separated, altl.i
Ioura' Quarrela lie cuu win the ma a ur
v oinan ou lot e. can rnaka our huaban 1
01 wife love ou 'Iclla Iww to ovtrpjwr
jour vDtnilrs Gltra full a.cret how to ton
it-i aiw cnarm auone ou ioe or meet
H cuiea all kinJa ot in8tcrUua or unnatum
clckneii, Itemov.a apolla. Oivea luik
Twi.y-aen )ear eittabliKheJ All bulm.i
aacrej anl confidential, lloura 10 a. in to
fa p. m Cloti-J tfui.daa. Iia North Fairfax
it., Alexandria, a,
N li Cut this out. Keep It. My repj
tntlon dutK not need dally udirtlltit No
now to oi:r it and now to k,zizv ir
Wilte tu tr call nnd teat thla nonJeri-i
manipulator or bOl.'I, 1'UU'KK L'tlnK no
aid, no device, hut the higher IntelUeente
to makt juu acquainted vvlth ourU, juat
at to rhnrntr, ll(, and health.
ANN1NI ANDKINI, L'ln?.N
MME CAHETA. PALMIST.
IA1i; OV G1!N CCIIU I'AltK
Will U rn plcaned to st'c all her form.r
I'dtrone of the miiumrr
W.1 9TII HT N. W, '
O HT. N. W, 11P5 Ncitly furniahed rooms
in well keit hotiif with (xnrlUnt board,
reaaonable; K' ntlcnun prefenwd. 1
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Talmlrtry and aitematlc card reading-.
reterenct aa tu ability, positively ladltji on
11 0 u m. tu 'J .W p m Cloned bundavi
938 XEW YOUK AVE, K. .
:VnJ FLORENTINES J?';;
Lite oi Ualtlmore, ilentlrlc Curd Header
butlsfauion uHrantceU or money refunl 1
I'A. AVL , Loi l-oei. auny, warm rooma.
atrlclly inodiu-n. tine location, oppoalte
n.U.LlUH 11UTLL. Itatea tu pernuninla
Q 8T. N. W, 407 Nice, well heated room,
I. h. k . I.' til per w eck
15TII ST 8. U.. :62 To furnlaheil rooma
lor light houaektcplnK. lareo porcti. Kaa
ranve; .'d floor, tiu. mlulta.
21) HT. N V. &.'i Two room apartment, 1st
floor, cer tonvenhnce for housekeeping,
reasonahle, Iurnlhed l
3D ST. N. W . 76 Chetrflll front rooms
entire Ito.v, l;ur i rgjins, light how lekuu
DTH ST, T13 llno central locitloti, rnnol
eleil, llrat-tliiea order, under new mnnuk1 -mini,
Mike. aunn, double and alnglu looms,
reatnablo ratea. 1..
HAItll-lltf Two noo.1 nt once.
tit 4Va at
IIAHTKNIHIIt, pnatry Inker. 110, haker out
of city ISO, arrond man, iU', ico cream
man. ISO. tlilnl enulnen I0. nom and Imunl
and laundlj riSll-H'rf AOILNCY. i; tOln
HOY In a plumhlnv. tahhhment. an In
dustrious, Inttlllgent. lo attend ahop.
helper with experhni'i that tan handle tools
WILLIAM KOOi Hl'i ! il SW,
LOST Hound sller hnnd-mado pin. blue ait
Llhernl reuaid ir returned to 151: It at.
N w l'hone .North 6197 --
I'Ol'NU 1 lomb. " pockcthooka, 2 bunchea of
kes, 1 tire, I pair gloes, 1 aledge handle,
2 tnnks, 1 bank check, 1 ahopplna: bag, 1
button, change, 5 paikagea. 1 hat, 1 fur. It
umbrellas', 1 tell, 1 cane, 2 bllla, 1 muff. I
allse, 2 suit cases, 6 coats. 1 box. WASH
IKUXON TEH-UNA-, UMON SIAT10N.
HOY with blocln to lurn the engraving mil
Jewelery trades Apply to O. A MA-
IIOHNKY. S17 Q St.. .S V . room 8. Jd Iloor
Ilt)Y i:perlenced, 'to work In bicycle shop
Apply in.'.' 71h st. N W ..
HOY to learn copptramlth trade
Wl'.YMAN. 3010 ltthatN
HOYH Hrlght, active, aa bundlo collcctora.
good pay und chanco for promotion Apply
II V KCHAfll, OOLDLNIlllItas Tth nil I
K ale N V -
IIOYH to wrap bundles -UTC LALNDUY
CO., 2U llth si. K. W.
GLi:AN, comfortable room in apartment,
good htat, hot vvattr, reasonable, near
Waahlnston Circle. 1IOX :;s, Tlin.a olilco
N hT ft, W., Kll Threo beautifully lighted
rooms, rt-MtuI home; jlO-tJO
1N1JINA AVL N. V, MoV-cleau wurin
nkely furnlshid room, large private hwine.
O 6iT N. W., 1114 -Very desirable room fur
nlehed or unfurnished to KLiitlvliian oi
lad, residence or Luslness
OKIU1.SAL AND ONLY DLHOHAH reer of
all falmlsta and Medluma.
Cll 19TII faT N. W Uet. 1' and a ata.
M RAY AMUi-CA'S leading palmist
ml. ii , an,j carj rca(itr- Consult this
gifted clairvoyant on business, luve, nur
rtage, cliangea, speculation. Ul New York
ave. N. W Cod on Sunday, llasement.
I'ltOK rlTZOLHALD. Noted Clllrvoyant,
I'alinlM, futuu, courtship, marriage, anl
businves, sutlafactlon guaranteed 111 uth mv
MME ZEN1T '-""". begs to an.
1U1UU' -i-Jlxj... uunt, npr rem011i
from 122S 7th at to 727 9th st N V
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