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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
Grand Jury Is Ready to
Probe Reports of Bartering
in Jefferson County.
TOI.KDO. Nov 17 -Piillv ronftrmrnB
reports of rorruj t"n nnd v"'e barter-'
Ing at the recem ' -t ion In Jefferson
'uunty, lrocrutt J H J'nlslcy, of
Htctlberivlllr, todiv prnrhlscrl Attorney
General rroRan, his ntlvc i o-npefttlon
In a sweeping grand jiiiv probe that
way uncover rh'it'on riilenness ap
proaching that n-venh d in Adams conn.
ly two years' jgo. ,
Following his conference with Pals
ley. Attorney General II ig,in announced
that he. has a's'gned AssNtjnt Attorney
General Joseph Mrfihee. and Kpaclal
Counsel Peter nempsev to' assist the
Jefferson county ptnwutor and tha'
tho grand Jurv will begin lis, lnveatlga
Hon In Stoiibcnvllle. iH'itnber 2.
Attorney (lener.il llian announccil
that ovcry candidate for office ln.Jeffer
son county will be rilled before the
grand" Jurv'nml asked to t'-stify eon
coining hli campaign expenditures.
"Thev will all be heard regardless of
who gets-hit," he doUnil "The Rates
will be opened, and n n0" wl" -be
kept out. Kyi-ry r i.irgi- of corruption
will be probed to the bottom
In general the 'har' (ire that candi
dates flagrantly vlolatid the Kimble
corrupt practices act b greatly Exceed
ing tho statuiorv limits for tn.mp.ilgn
expenditures. Much direct cvtdenco is
t hand to Hiniport tin e charges, ac
cording to Proit-rutor Paisley.
That, large amounts "' 'be money
spenA by candidates were given to ward
workers, professional iolltlclans, and
notorious boodlers for . -rrupt purposes
lb also charged. Prosecutor Paisley has
evidence concerning ! qlfie Instances.
Uytiigrec.ment between Utornnv Gen
eral lloBnii and Proecuor Paisley, tho
Jefferson county .li-itlon board will be
requested to refue to Issue election
ccrtlll.ates to sui ces.-f ill .-minty candi
dates until the Brand Jurv probe has
proved that Hiel" ele. linn was not se
cured through corruption
Candidates tndlited nnd convicted
will be prohibited b law from holding
tho oftlces to which tlicy wero elected
The Ian- also provides penalties of J300
tinea and six months In prlion for eaih
The politicians lire up In arms over
tho situation and todav ni out utlllz tig
overt possible effoit tob.dk the probe
Wind workers who an- likely to l"
called hefoto the l,rjn1 f"r' 'i1?,,' ,T nS
seen Ucidiiv) Sn1 WJrmil vvhjt. WlltiP;
Ten If the tell what the, know "non t
snitch" Is the xsrf- o"f Ul Tli-publlcan
lendira wins aniArui ui (In uip.ri,sr
ous river the turning Ju.v lLt.oii.
If there 1x a iila , , firU ,vT. of Ilartes
ns coirupt n-'JeftiTSi'ii coiintv'; I have
den t'odov liei1ernf r.foim commlttve (t
ne(r bad enoiiKh moeev to i"rruiit,.in
election If tb'eT wanted to For years
never nearu -i- u -s"i r-iinui jim.w"
th Jtupjihjlojuui tuive Iwen lailng -up
the Xounp U mo( rutlc nterp of ,!tirti-
son cuuiuy ,votlng thein ab 0k Henur-
man,. nMmares ,inu noting inum
through the Itivish 'of lnonev. What
we ar tolng to do I- lo en this evi
dence 1c coin r te form imd let the
grand Jury have It "
JAAES Q. HOWARD.
Tho fuiiiT.il mn'i.j ,, me body
of Jumes Q How.ipI. 'U-mI.hi of the
reference library of li I.Hn.iry of
Congress, were held in ili family apart
ment In the llrtmsuiik wn, m.i, The
Hev. Itnndolph n Mp"h .ifflclatiil.
Tho Jntennent iim in H k I'mk t'em-
' Mr llowajd was In jui ,.im gotal
health until Tuns.l., , i ,, :,, siHTi'ioit
a stroke of apojil i ,. ,i,,i n jc,.
Mr. Howard is l, n m .Von at k.
, flhlo, in 1S3T Hi' w ,, ,'MilnitiM finin
I tho Ohio Wesli'jiui I ; . n ivii
and waa xlnunnlliitili liniltu-il to the
' bar When I.ltii'oln e. ixrl..i,d Mr. ifnv,
ard ptijlllslieil his Iht i. i.kr.iph ,l)iir-
; Ing the ckll .n li. w i, , rijU pt
Johns. New Ilnitisi(k l-Hi r he liuiight
an Interest In the nh'o st it. Jouin.il
and was editor uf tint pmw until hTI
In lWi Mr llnu ini m in led mi,
Flortgice A. r'.i.'li of Spr'ug'li Id. nlilo
Tlie'.tJme ve.ni In h. , ,lru. ttiltnr of
tho , Jlew Vorls TMInn ni.l rote
the eltltorlnlH imIm.l.i 'nK Itmhi.rforil 11
Hayes, which u:r or tin- f cut tire
of that campaign
Mr Howard l sunned i,v his son.
narfncel.ee Mow i. I ,il ,, ,) ,UBl,ter.
Mrs Kthel II AiiuM .ti, f ilnm
reside In New Volt, i i s Howard.
BENJAMIN F. WARDER.
iwnjnniin i miiM'n , ,, , ,, ionir.
t!m resident of Wn
' n .lied at hN
nonie, i vimnc pin t' - morning, fol
lowlntrnii lllums wn i, i, i.ren ser(()UH
for about n month. II. ,,. ,is,.,iho eom
plIcMed with oilier UN . ,,,.. ,j ti,j ,icntl
of Mr Warder.
Mt. Wnruer h.is Ihmm Mh
AloxnndrU He tirno ,i (,
earlv In life.. Mr w ,,,, r
10. 1, In
I his city
Is siirvHed h a son, .In. , ), Wnrttei, n'li
arch tii'tprn1)i(item in i., om,, clicli
and by l il.tiigliti t, v. ,o u M mIsh ,Sll(1 ,
Warder and who is On i. ,,f G,.,m.
The fuiKrnl will mi.. , , .0 at t,.
residence nf II mli. ! I s.Uy rturlal
win oi in iH'iiin urn, i n Alixandtlu.
"fREDBRICH I!. COOPER.
Frederick, Hamilton i ....p. r, .formerly
a resident of Washington dleil'ln Cedar
Ilar;Jd, Cowa,'. la.v , Wdnesduy Mr
Toojjer came to Wh iiLtnn In 1'rno ns a
clerk In the t'ensin lm. m nnd later
accepteil a position v I i,,nil concern.
Irj noiW Mr, .i i w w appointed, to'
the' position -of -fed i I n,.Ht Bpector.
nU heniliiimrters i i i ,.,ii HapliU. He
tut ipnrilol In l'i in Mi, AiiRusta
nethune. iHuglit f , nnd Mrs.
J.tnies A. IIMluini'i f imd ,.ti, who,
with a son,- minlws in
JAMES W. LYNN
James W. 1A nn .i'e,l vesterdnv
at the homr of. his dim In, t US' Sixth
street northwest. Tin funeral will be
held tomorrow at 2 p n md Interment
will He made 111 tli Congressional
MRS. ELLEN MAHER.
Mrs. r.lien Mnher, widow of Patrick
Matter, died, middenlv. Msterrtay.,ln her
residence, 363 O stnet roithwciit. Tho
furieral vjlll be held tomoi row.
GEORGE H. MA1SAK.
Qeorg II. Malsak -fnrtv-nlne yearn
old, died yesterday rU his home, SS10
North Capitol ' street, lie Is survived
by his wij;e. The funernl will bo held
from thp-hq.ni tombrrow at 9 M o'clock.
The Interment will be ln Mt. Olivet
HOME MISSIONS '
Alexandria Churches Pay Special Attention' to 'Charities
Which Begin at Home Elks Plan Christ
mas Baskets for Poor. .
WASHINGTON TIMR8 BITIEAU.
AIJ3XANDRIA. VA., NOV IT.
At all the Protestant churches In Alex
andria today special reference was made
by their pastors to home mission week,
which will be only partially observed
here this year, but which promises to
become an annual feature of the church
work In this city It was at first planned
to devote the entire .week from Novem-
Jter 17 to 2 to a series of conferences
to be held In the various churches of the
city, nt which time different phases of
domestic missions, would bo discussed,
but on account of reVlval services which
have been conducted In throe churches
durlnB the past two weeks. It was de
cided to abandon the plan this year.
The rtev John I Allison, D. V pas
tor of the Second Presbyterian Church,
who Is the leader In tho movement to
ohserve home mission week, preached
this morning on the subject of missions
and will huvo the samo subject for dis
cussion tonight. '
On next Hunday the various Alex
andria pastors will again take up tho
question of home missions and In the
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock there will
be a "public conference on the subject
ut tho Fifth Uaptlst Church.
At a meetlnB of Alexondrla Ilndge of
I'lks. which will be "held tomorrow
nlfiht, plans will he mailo for the an
nual Christmas festivities of the lodge
which wilt be unusually elaborate tills
sear. The distribution of Christmas
baskets to tho poor of Alexandria will
be made us uHual, with tho followlns
Brands "Red Peril" is Men
ace to the Church, the
State, and the Home,
Branding Socialism as 'p. menace to
the cburtlu Ilx- st,fe, ,ani the home,
uiul urglitg.the neeesslt- .of "cbockiug
the pxogrcsR.uf Jl'ir 'riid.'pcHC'. tile. Rev.
'lent of Comago College and rector of
pt. Aloyslus' Church, this morning tired
the opnlng "hot In a campaign to h.
tondtutrd by the Washington Truth
Swlety and the Alojslus Club,
rather McDonnell's words were ad-
dreined Id J,(0 men of the Third Sun
iln lirlgatle, who attended the 7 o'clock
mnss and received Holy Communion Ih
a bud . ,
".Socialism Ih the- most important con
sideration of the il.iy," s.ild. Kathelr Mc
Donnell "With the spreuil of rnllglotii
indifferrntlsm tliroughout the world, the
doctrine nf Socialism has taken root
and Is constantly growing stronger.
"Its leaders are decchlng the poor by
holding out false hopes of relieving
their sufferings, by the npplhatlon ot
socialistic methods of reform inuthod
which, If really applied, would only
si rve to Intensify human suffering It
I j the duty of ou men zcalonly to set
to wotk towuiU exposing the fallacies
"To listen to tho words of the leadors
of Smlnllam Is to listen to the poison
ous Insinuations ot the enemies of tho
church, the state, and the home
rather McDonnell urged the support
of 'The Live Issue." a publication
adopted bv the Truth Soi lety and thu
Aluvlus Club ns their orflel.il organ ln
the' movement against Socialism
The macs for the Third Sunday Mrl
giule was celebrated by the Hev
Chailes J. Miillttly, H J In the giv
ing of Communion rather McDonnell
w.is assisted "V tho "rv- WH'm I.
(Jnnnon. S J., the He. Wllll.im J
llrnoks, S. J., and me uev jiunvn .u-
' l-re'ichlng at the high maw in Bt.
lnslis'. the Uev Charles J. Mullaly.
a i u,,,.,iementeil Katlii r McDonnell s
address with nnotlier severe nrrulgn-
nant nf Socialism
HONORED BY U. D. C.
Mrs. Trader, Pension Bureau Era
ploye, Hailed as "Florence
Nightingale of South."
A long-time Washington resident, for
years it is empjdvi of the Pension nu
reuti, was wildly iheeied by tho United
Daughter of the Confider.icy uLtlieNew
Wlllaril ve.steiil.iv. The woman is Mrs.
l!lln Newsnmu Trader, who gave all of a
.large fortune to found lletd hospitals for
the Bout hern armies during the win
uiul lursilf served ns u nurse on tho
battlefields Impoverished by her gen-
nosltv. Mrs Trailer was In difficult Mr
cimstanies after the war Northern of
lleus. liuiiliig of the fuels, then secuied
her the place which she holds In tho
"The I'lnreiiie Nightingale of the
South." Mis Walt
liusldiut of tho (Jeorgln division culled
m. ' Tniiler In Intliiduelng her "ul-
iliuiigli unlike Florence Nightingale,
Mis Trader was not heaped with wealth
and lionorH hy a grateful government
ufterwiiids, ' added Mrs Lninar
Mis Trader Is growing deaf, and tho
r" n (' will give a pension fund for
I...- i.. ,ie niiseiiee n u. i eiii eiie-iik eiii.i
iivislim bv the (!ov eminent for Its
long-time cniploveH In tlie civil service.
MISS VIOLET MAE WAGNER
SUM volat Mne Wagner, dnughler
of Mr. and Mrs. cliarlea" C. Wagner,
illcil ei.terilay at Hie Walter Reed Hos
nltal runernl services will be held at
the home of her parents, S3 Senton
place northwest, tomorrow at 3 p. m.
JOHN D. SCHOFIELD.
John V. Schoflelrt died yesterday at
his residence, 3105 Js" street northwest.
Funeral arrangements will be made
known laten - - .
cbmmlttee In rkarge; James -B. Fitz
gerald, the Hev. 'Edgsr Carpenter, 'and
N. J. Lawler. The funds for- this part
of the celcbratidn Were ralsr-fl bv n,
festleal which was held at I.una Park
this summer. A rommlttee will alio
be appointed to arrange for the Christ
mnss tree entertainment for tile chil
dren of members of the lodge.
Thomas C. flmlth..vlre president of-the
Alexandria National Hank, was elected
trustee of the Hmerson Hteam IMmp
Companv In bankruptcy, at a meeting
df the creditors whloh was -hld In the
United Mates' "district 'court yesterday
afternoon. He gave hetid lttthe sum-of
JlS.ono and velll enter uporr Ma duties
tomorrow. ' w , -t
Hemlnole Tribe of Red Men Is ar
ranging for n Thanksgiving dinner to
the poor children- of -AJexandria. which
will be gven on Thanksgiving afternoon
In the Yoiuib People's building.
The condition. f,CarI Klelseb,mn"ri.
pioprletor of tho Hotel KlelscJimami.
who was .stricken with vertlgu yester
duv afternoon, .wu nreitly Improved
Churles A. Mcllugh, of Roanoke, Vw,
past 8tate president of tho Ancient Or
der of ll'bcrnlans, will visit Alexan
dria tomorrow afternoon add a special
meeting of Alexandria 'I)llslon, No. 1,
will bo held at 3 o'clock to receive him.
A meeting of the Joint committees of
schools and finantu of city council anil
the special committee of the cty school
hoard will b held on .Tuesduy night,
when llnal arrangement's will be mado
for the financing of the new high school
building to be erocted at the corner of
West and Cameion street.
Mrs. Mayme French Is Pros
trated Over Notoriety of
Her Case In .Baltimore;,- ,
(Continued from Kic.il. lilcc.
slrlan, Kurt wis arrn.sthd'cfft-irUfit.
more jeKrerrtay m'TKe XTersop' lUrtetd
-irs. erencn, since the arrest, has
sufferwl a ehangi? of mind In regard
to Kurtz's, guilt and It Is believed b
her friends that she will not proecute
him if he makoi restitution of the JlJ,
frl, which ,ho hljccs h will do
Mrs Krr'nch.srnt a letter this mornlne
to Mr Kurts. It was- rend by Justice
Mf.iul, sitting In the central district
puller court Running through It all
was the regret expressed by, fh writer
that she had sworn" out tho 'wa'srunt.
Mra. rreneh'staud yesteniay thv sh;
met Kurt In Kamms City a year ago
when the races were being run In tha'
clj.y Kurtz Is claimed to be a followi r
of races nnd. ncconllng to the story
told by Mrs. Kretich yesterday to Chief
of Detectives MctJovrrn In lUltlmore,
he persuaded h(r that ho had a sys.
tein for playing the races prolltably
Mrs. French believed what Kurtz told
her In reguid to the races mid provided
hint with funds for the canip.il?n
ii Kul list the bookmakers. At various
tlini Mrs, French gave Kurtz sums of
money for playing tho .svstom until sh,
hud Jn nil l1,majnvesti,a.
On the last clay, of October Kurtz
wired Mrs. French that he mum have
tl.OOn or the system would full down.
She gave him the money, but shortly
arterward became .s.usplclous because
Kurtz failed to report the progress of
the system and, hearing that he was
In llalllinore vesterduy, sh.j had him
Kurtz stated yesterday that he had
gotten the money from Mra Freneh.
but that he got It In a perfectly legi
timate mnnner He declared tha' as
security for the loan of Jl.l.Ofp he gave
Mrs. French an Insurance poller for
$lT,r1 Mrs French stated vesterdav
that she had the insurance pollej, im't
It was worthless.
Kurtz was locked tip In Diltlmore
yesterday and will be leld'un'll tomor
row, when lie will be given n prellmN
nary hearing The specific charge
against him Is that nT obtaining Jl.eoo
from Mrs French undti false pre
tenses. DAUGHTER OF DIXIE .
TALKS ON ARLINGTON
Mrs. Rose, of Mississippi,. Pictures
Former Home of Robert
Arllrfgton, thei colonial estite home of
(leoige Wustilnglon' Park Cultls, Ar
lington, the honiif-of Gen. Itobcrt-n.
I.ee, a point uf gathirlng for the bright'
est beauty und truest chivalry of the
.southland, and Arlington, tuduy, n si
lent city of heroic di ail, weio Ihe thrup
word plcturis painted by Mrs. H. u. K,
Hose, preslilent' of the Mtsbisslppl divi
sion, Cnlvd Hntighters of the Confcd
iiac, bi'foie the .Mississippi Hi lety
last night in the Confedoruie Veterans'
Mrs Itose'a subject was ''Arlington.
Past and l'tesenl.'
me nifenipg of;nr
ul.i.uiiii ?iitlftv WWH umimred In ur.
lei that v UHiimmon inississippians
in gill mei i ino iieicanie irum umr
home Htate to .the I D. C. convention
which cloHed heri vesteplay.
Those In the leietvlug line were Mrs.
C Clark, Mis. W. I' Itamsay, Mrs.
Carl Pihnefcr, Mm Charles V. petti-) a,
Mis Harry Peyton, Capt l-'n-d eiiall,
president of the Wclcty; Thomas Hern
don, Charlton Clink, Dr. Oscur Wllkln
sdn und Cllftbn Clark.
A musical program was given.
Pickrell Is Named
For New York Office
Htigene B. richa-ell. metallurgical
chemist and nssayur In tha appraler's
qfliee In New" York, has succeeded Sam
uel V Ball as acting chemist In charge
of ihe customs laboratory hi New York,
Secretary MaeVengh announcing the
motion of Mr Pickrell. Mr. Ball re
mains In the office aa one of the regu
lar laboratory staff.
WjMAN Mi DROP
IN RACE HORSE CASE
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
W HO? BY ELIZABETH KENT
Author of "Tho House Opposite."
(Copjrltht, 1J1J. Frank A. Munsty Compuy),
Synopsis of Preceding Crupteti.
Cyril Crlchton, on hit wy tek to Unn
den from France, whero h h besn
Ychln for his wile, who hs ncspud
with a Frenchman from an ssylum to
hlch h had bn eommllteil for la
anlly cauied by drink afli drufi. nar
rowly mlM the train at Newbavsti.
Fllntlng hlmelf on bosrd. h lands la
a compartment occupUd by a younc wo
man heavily 'villed. Bliortlr afterward a
polleo imrncior come In, and thir flrl In
terror bep Crlchton to protect her. This
be doea by paaelliK her off oe hU wife.
The xlrl becomes unconaoloue. and on ar
riving In london appears o bo aerlooeiy
III Crlchton haa her sent, atlll a hie
wife, to a private hoipltal. Menwhll
Cyrire eoueln. Lord Wllmeratey, baa own
found murdered In hla private awlmmlni
pool ldy Wllmerall
nereley. vnoin ine uu
man haa ut-ot virtually a priaunr,
rnlielnc. and la etronxly auapectbd of the
crime. A maid whose appearance waa
that of- a lady la also mlaaing from tha
acenn of the traredy. U the flrl In th
train Lady WUmereley or the mlealnf
CHAPTUm. X (Continued). .
ON'T you daro to speak of
her like that," cried Cyril,
clenching his hand and half
Mtnrtin to his feet.
"Don't you dare to speak of her like
that." cried Cyril, clench ng his hand
and half sturtlng to his feet.
"JJl Jovo. old. man) You're smitten;
,wlth her.'' evclalmed Campbell, star
ing ugnusi ai ms inrnu.
Cyril flushed darkly under his tan.
1 "I'erminiv liot. hut 1 have the gTeat-
!cst respect for this unfortunate young J
woman, and don't you forget It again."
Campbell smiled Incredulously
"Oh. very well! llelleve what you
like, bat I 'didn't think you were tho
sort of 'man who never credits a fellow,
with disinterested motives If ho be
liuviss halfJwaydccenfly to a woman.
"Hteaily now. Cyril. Don't let's quar
rel You mustn't take offense bo easily.
I huvti never Been tho young lady, re
member. And )ou know I will help you
even ugalnst my better Judgment."
"You re a good chap, tluy "
"Thanks! Now let us II mt of all con-,
elder Miss Prentice's case dispassion
ately. I want to be sure of my facts;
then t may be ablo to form some con
jecture as to why Wllmcrsley waa mur
dered and how the Jewels camo Into
in., linniliw'i nmteraalnn Ynil lell me um U1E Dnr peraon in inn worm "xie
h..." if h. hee,,Por?Tvc.l ?ha : aha reaJW believes she has a claim on. I can't un
that It has been Pfuvt'l that sho re ally . decev ner- resides, the doctor's orders
left Oeraltoii on tho afternoon before tna, xh. -hll '. h. . .. w4y
"Yes; the carrier swears he drove her
Into New haven and put her down near
the station. Further than that they
have luckily not been able to trace
. "Now, your Idea Is that Miss I'rentlce.
having In some way' managed to., secure
a car, returned to (Juralton, that evllng
and got Into- the tastle through the
"No, I doubt If sho entered the castle.
I can think of no reason w hy she should
have dona so,11 said Cyril.
"In that case, how do you account for
IiJt Injuries? Who could have flogged
u-r except your (.harming couslnT"
v L uaun V llliillglll OI llltin CAtiaimcu
Cy fill fc'J i. "
k ,f (Warrtlrlg1 flukt- Mie- Is Prlscllla Pren
'tlcil. t;lio aplyiypolhrsls I ran think nf
-wtiu.'ri'vxT'ialnS iter prefiicumeni is tnis:
'irailnr-'nianind to rescue her mlstiess.
Hill, nun 4MV iHK -'i i,ij.v
luipnrtuiiihy u vrvaiiii uscii. Lite iwv
tor's visit determined hT to act at once
I agree with too that to re-inter Oer
alton was not lie- original Inteptlon. but
while waiting under the llbrarj window
for Ioidy WUmersIey to loin her she
hears W llmerslev lll-triatlng his wife,
to she i limbs ill and rushes to the lat
ter' a aselstance."
"Yes, yes," assumed Cyril with shin
"Hut sh- Is overpowered bv Wllmers.
ley," continue Campbell, warming to
his theme, "who. Insane with rage, flogs
her unmercifully Then Lady WUmers
Iey fearing, the girl will be killed, seizes
the pistol whlcV !' lying oh tho desk
and firqs M her .husband ' ...
I am i'onvlied that that Is Just
what happen, d, tried Cyril ,
"Don't be toe'sure of It; still, ft seems
to me thut that theorv liangs together
pretty well." Campbell complacently
agieni ui ionise, nettner woman con
temrlated murder Wllmerslev1, dtath
complclily unnerved them. If thu gar-
dme.r. s wife heard a crv coming from
the car, it Is possible that one or the
other had an attack of hystetics. Now
about Jhe jewils I belli ve Miss 1'ren
tlco took charge of them, either be
cause I.udv Wllmeraley was unfit to as
sume such u responsibility or oecnusa
thev agreed that she could the morn,
easily dispose of them. I think that
Miss I'reiitlee's hurrlid trip to town
was undertaken not In order to avoid
arrest, but primarily to raise money,
uf which they must have had great
need, and possibly "lso to rejoin her
mlstiess, who, now that we know that
she made her escape In a car, is prob
ublv hiding somewhero either In Lon
don Itself or In lis vlclnltj."
'"Ouy, you aro a wonder' You havo
thought ot every thing," cried Cyril, ad
miringly. ' Of course. I mav be nulte wrong.
These are only suppositions, remem
ber, ' Campbell modestly reminded him.
"llv the way. what havo you donewltti
the Jewels? I can't believe that ou urn
In any danger uf arrest, hut If there Is
the remotest i hance of such it thing It
wouldn't look very well If they were
found In your possession."
' 1 had thought of mat I wus even
afinld that my rooms might be searched
In my absence, so I took them with
' They are here?"
"Yes, in my pocket.' 1 have hidden
the bag- and tonight I mean to burn
"Your pocVet Is not a very safe re
pository." "i:metry. That Is why I want you
to take charge uf them." said Cyril.
"Oh. verv well," sighed Campbell,
wtlh mock reslinutlon. "Jn for n penny.
in for a pound., 1 shall probably end
by being arrested aa a receiver of stolen
property' Hut now wo must consider
what we had better do with Miss Pren
"I think I shall hlre'a cottngo In the
country for her."
"If yon dia-that, tho police would find
her Immedl-itclvvTIie only safe hiding
tilace ls"k crowd."
"You think o?" Cyril looked doubt
ful. "1 nm sure er It. now. ie. me see.
Where Is she least llkelv In attract at
tention? It intuit he a place where you
could manage to see her without being
compromised, and. If possible,., without
being obeervul. I have It! A hotel.
The Hotel Oeorge Is the er' place. In
n hugo carnvnnsnrv like thnt all sorts
and conditions of people Jostle eacn
other without exciting comment. Be
sides, the nollre. pre less likely to look
among the guests of such nn expensive
Imlel fr.r noor llinid Heiwiui, ui in
Mlrn a nubile resort lor a iubiuvo uroi
you are riKni; cri-u ? . ,....,.o-
n a 1 rvfi 1 1 ir
"But 'ih Iter present condition," con
llnued Cumpbell, "I don't see how sho
could remain nlone."
"Certulnlv not tihe must have soma
woman with her."
"Bxuclly But what trustworthy
woman could you get to undertake such
a task' Perhaps one of the nurses
'"No," Cyril hastily Interrupted him
"When she leaves tho nursing home, all
truce of her must be lost At any mo
ment the 'polleo mav discover. If they
hav not dono so already, that a woman
whom I have represented tn be mv wlfo
)ms been n natlint there. That will nat
urallv arouse their suspicions, nnd thov
will do their utmost to discover who It
Is that I am protecting with mv name.
No, a nurse would never do. Tor one
thing", sh'e would feel called up to report
to the doctor."
"You might bribe her not to do so,"
I- "I shouldn't dare,-to trust to an abia-
Intel v unknown quantity. Oh I If I only
knew a respectable woman I could rely
on. I would pay her a small fortune for
"I knowi somebody who might do."
said Campbell, "iter name la Miss
Trevor, and she used to be my sister's
governess. She Is too old to teach now,
and I fancy haa a hard time to make
both end meet. The only trouble I
that she Is so conscientious that she
would rather starve than be mixed up
In anything she did not consider per
fectly honorable and above board. If I
told her that she waa to chaperon a
young lady whom the polleo were look
ing for sho would be so Indignant that I
doubt If she ever spoke to me again."
"Why tell hcr7" Insinuated Cyril.
"It doesn't seem decent to Inveigle
fier by false representations Into tak
nr a position 'which she would never
dream of accepting It she knew the
"J wilt pay her 1500 a year aa Ions;
as she lives If she will look after
Miss Prentice till this trouble la over.
Kvcn -If the worst -happened and the
girl Is discovered, she can truthfully
plead Ignorance of the tatter's Identi
ty." urged Cyril.
"True, and 200 a year Is good, pay,
evin for unpleasant notoriety. Yes,
On the whole. 1 think I am Justified
I In accepting the offer for her. Hut
now we must consmer mat isiry taie
we are going to concoct tor her bene
fit." . .
"OhI I don't know, alghed Cyril,
"Imagination giving out or conscience
awaxemng? wnicn is it; ' asaea uuy.
Horrr. old man; but. loklnc aside.
we must realty decide what we are to
tell Miss Trevor. You can no longer
pose as Miss Prentice's husband"
"Why not?" Interrupted Cyril, charp-
"What possible excuse have you for
doing so, now that she Is to leave the
"I am sure It would have a very bad
effect on Miss Prentice's health If I
were to tell her that she la not my
"U-ml h-ml" Campbell regarded hla
"Remember, she Is completely out oft
from the past,' urged CjrU. 'She has
neither friend nor relation to cling to.
- - - .. - - .- .
"Well, that settles that question.
Now, what explanation will you gtve
Miss Trevor for not living with your
"I shall say that her state of health
renders It Inadvisable for tbe prpsenU"
"What shall she he called?" asked
"I think" we had better stick to
Thompklns. Bhe Is accustomed to that.
Only we will spell It Tomkyns and
change the Christian name lo l'aul."
"Hut won't she confide what she be
lieves to be her real name to Mlse
TrevorT" askod Guy anxiously.
"I think not-not It I tell her I don't
wish her to do so. Bhe has a gie.it Idea
of wifely obedience, I assure you."
' Well, ' laughed Guy. "that Is a. 1rtue
which so few real wives possess that It
Seems a pity It should Im wasted on a
timpurary ore. And now, Cyril, wo
mart decide on the' best way and the
best time for transferring Miss ITentlce
to the hotel."
"I'nlcss something unexpected occurs
tu change our plans. I think she had ,
neiicr re moved tne day after tomor-
vou are nor fol
luwea. cnat is an 1 ask."
"I don't expect we shall be, but If
we are I think I can promise in outwit
them," Campbell assured htm.
"1 shall nevtr forget what jou aro
doing for me, Ouy.".
"You had better not. I expect you to
errct a monument commumoratlng my
virtues and my folly. 'Now 1 must lw
off W here aro those stolen goods ef
which I am to become the cuatodtan?"
"Here they are. I have dnne them nn
In several parcels so that the are not
. . . ... .. . " "
l"M?."ul.K5 ' erry. As I don't want tho
, :x"!c',0 k"ow nnB' ntlmate we are, It
Is better that we should not be seen
together in public for tho present."
i iiuna you aro overcautious. But
uerhaps, ' agreed Campbell, "wo might
wen meet nere till all danrar la
A few minutes later rrvrti !a ir h.
dub. Ills talk with Campbell had been
a great relief with him. A ho walked
briskly along he felt cafco almost
Inn t this Lord Wllmju-alrvr" ln,,ii
a. deop voice at his elbow.
lurning quicKjy, cyril recognised. In
For a moment Cyril was too startled
to speak. Then nulling hlmaelf togeth
er he exclaimed with an atemst nt
"Why, Inspector. I thought you wore
In New-haven. What has brought you
v 7 v0!!5! ''.rt Shaven this afternoon!
but I think my work there Is finished
for the present at least."
"Really? Have you already solved
the mystery? "iv
CowtUuaflon ot This (Uorr Will
Ile Found In Tomorrows
Try to Steal Eggs
And Lose Baskets
Two unidentified colored men attemot.
ed to steal a crate of eggs last night
from jamos Andrews, a storekeeper at
Klrst and Indiana nvohue northwest,
and aa a result eath of them lost n
market basket. On basket contained
Andrews was closing up at midnight
when the eolpred men grabbed a crate
of eggs nnd started to run. Andrews
pursued them. So did Several other
persons, and when the chase became
too hot th colored men deposited their
burdens 6f eggs and baskets on tho
sidewalk, and made a last sprint that
carried them from the danger rone.
They have not been arrested.
The second concert of tho Washington
flacngerbund will be held this evening
ln Saengerbund Hall at 8 o'clock under
tho direction of Prof. Oumprecht
The, program for the evening follows;
Male chorus, "Dlr Klnsledlar an die
Nucht," F. A, Kern; alto eolor, "Schwcr
Hunt mlr an Heraen, Miss Pollard
piano solo, "Valss dc Concert," Mtos
Clarlne McCarthy; soprano solo, "Klsa's
rroiim," irom "lonongrln," Mlsa Edna
J Hheehy, duo,, flute and French horn,
"Serenade." Messrs. Celfor nnd Min
rick, baritone solo, "Three for Jack,"
Newton P. Hammer; quartet, "Mine"
nnd "The Hoenry," Washington Concert
Qunrtet; male chorus, "Deutchea
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ARTUIlA..HIUNTEn Flret-claas, none other
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KRYN MA Wit. 111 IT HT .
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uiiRiii, iii"w luinisiini irVfllrl, pnontj.
mi m y. . mj rwo riit furnUhed
i....- . n . i. Kp. tli, monin
VIIIIMONT AVE. N W.. 10!4-.Vewlv fur
nlibed rooms, elnsle or en .sullr. euaa
bachelor quarters; eicellent table h.ap1
O hT N 13.. 1201 Tv.o rooms fumlehM 114
unfurnished 111, I. h. k ; 1 famished IJ.M;
corner houne. e
11 hT N W.. S1A FurnUhed nm from II r
up. well heated; hot water
Til HT. H
E.. JZ7 Two front rooms, fw-
nlshed eOmpleto for
water heat. elnk.
II hT N W . S07-Nlce sunny :nd Boor front
room also 3rd Moor front, steam heat
1T11 HT N W , 30n Nicely fgrnlariei brliht
room, elegant Doara. rooa location, orlvata
family. N n. HUFFMAN.
lmi HT. N W.. 230-'Nleety furnished brliht
roonii eiesant ooaxo; imu lonaiion. private
KYE HT. N W.. Illi-Threo large brtrot
rooms, reasonable, convenient loratlon.
EYE HT N. . 110-Two nicely furclshad
tootnr, I. h. k. also small rooms reasonable.
M bT N. W . Jls-yumlsbed room rtth sot.
water heal, convenient to 2 car lines.
till HT N. E., ;:-Esceedlngly haniltorae
two. three, and fourroom flats, elessntly
sad coiiipletely furnished for housekeopinr.
U11I ajT. N W . tll-Nlcely furnUhed rooms,
steam heat and batb.
1ITII BT N W.. 3115 Four rooms sad balai
tnd ftoiir; in Efl. beaX fumlahed.
O HT. N. W . 417 Rooms, second floor: heat
ist, bath: als front room; gentlsmtn or
10T1I HT N W . lac Two handsomely lur
nlshed 2nd floor front rooms near bean, one
with alcove; well heated; well appointed
II HT . 911 Nicely furnished rooms; bet water
heal, gaa, aouthem tiooaure.
II bT N. V , 413 becond floor, two front
rooms and kitchenette, with water and
gaa range, hot water heat, porch, roason-
atle. also oiher rooms
R. 1. AVE. N. W., 711 Two furnished rooms
for rsnt. 1..
UTII HT. N tv., Tit Rocrna and board, two
la room, 4S up. 1
F BT N. W 211V-Larte, bright and well
heated rooms, on car line, terms reason
UYE BT. N W lOH-Large front room.
southom exposure, nicely furnished, suit
able lor two or more, also three rootns. Are:
10T1I BT a E., .77S-Two nicely furnished
rooms, with private family, reaaonabla,
Z2D BT , 61.1 Second (lour front bed room. U
mo.uh. line, new house; near War Dept-
O BT N. W . Ill Two second floor flats.
furnUhed, all conveniences; light house
keeping, front room, aultablo for gentlemen;
other desirable rooms. l
U BT. N w , lilV-One nicely furnUhed
room. Su a month.
N. Y. AVE. N W , 3-ror gentlemen, two
large hot-water heated second alory front
NEWTON BT N. W.. 1110 Front room, new
hoini. no other roomers, gentleman.
1ITII BT N. V., IvM Desirable rooms, with
bo.nd. l.j up; halt square to car. Fhone
m. it;?. i
ITH HT N. w 131 Large front room; heat.
gas, suitable for gentlemen
LIT BT N. W., :o-6econd story front an
adjoining room, well heated, gas range,
dishes, housi keeping, fine location. !
ITH PT N W.. 811-Large furnished rooms
on nd tloor, bot-waler heat, housekeeping
O BT N. V.. J213-Larg room, adjoining
bath, private family, hot-water heat;
phone, gentleman. !
FAIRMONT ST., 1UJ Two communlcailng
rooms, third flour, front; southern exposure,
tath same floor; use of phone. l
qFraRD HT N. W.. lMO-omoletely lur
nlshed rovms for gentlemen, telephone; near
board snd car lines !
T1I HT. N W.
1113 Rooms for
Call after s.30 p
MAM3 AVE. IIS Two nicely
rooms for light housekeeping.
TII HT. N. W.. W-Large boautlfullr fur
nlshed front room; rtner rooms; ail cos
1 ST. N W
61S- Two comfortably fur
first floor; also L h. V.
N ST N. W . UK -Three besutlfully lighted
roitma. restful rjme; IIP; 130. !
PA. AVE.. 1132 and 3 room apartnienta,
steam. Janitor. Gas. water. Phone M.
717T. . 1
MASS. AVE. N. W.. I3t-Nlcely furnished
front rooms; plenty beat; all conveniences;
PA. AVE.. 12US Lovely, suny. warm rooms.
strictly modern: Cue location; opposite
IIALEIUII HOTEL. Rates to permanents.
JTll ST.. 715 Fine central location; remel
eledt tlrat'Class order, under uew manage
ment ; large, sunny, double and alngle rooms,
reasonable rates. 1..
FOR RENT ROOMS
3RD ST. N. W.. 6J3 Two largo unfurnlsbsd
rooms: parlor floor; for 1. h. k.; reason
able. MARS AVI1 N. W.. tl Two large unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping; all
E HT N E . 31& Three er four rooms for 1.
h k heat and gas.
MH'TH CAPITOL ST.. 3IS Three rooms and
bath, range, water, housekeeping, near
Cpiiol.2 car lines; 111.
3D ST. N.E., 20C3-Ecklngtnn Twe, large)
rooms, good order, housekeeping first floor;
110 per month l
C ST. S
E . 1110 Four rooms, gaa, and
nlco yard. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished and Unfurnished
MASS. AVE. N. W , I4 Furnished or unfur
nished, large bright room and bath.
T1I bT N. W., 1710 Two nice furnished er
unfurnished rooms for one or two men.
IST1I ST.. : Furnished or unfurnished
front und back communicating rooms; sin
gle or en suite, references exchanged. 1
1JT1I ST. N. W lU-S-Fnur housekeeping
rooms first noor: nasonuble to party wt
will fu nlli fires. 1
ROOMS AND BOARD
I HT N W . W9-Nlc)y fdrnlihM front
room with Imard, louthern exposure
II HT N W. 607 Two nlrrcle&n roon,
with porch, hot and cold water , good boirdt
sill KT N V. 1108-Ui.rKe nlcelv fumUhM
room with running water; excellent board;
rnune cooking, reaaonable. 1
I BT N V . eil Well heated front room.
brwakftut and dloner; two gentletueu; 161
-ANifcU - ROUfVIS A BOARD
WANTED Dr a oouple with child during
tsvealot) of Congreta, two furnished rooms
(one front room) and bath, with or without
table board; location ufur Oupltol r Huueo
Office Ilulldlng prtferred. Addreae K, IU P.,
Time office. -
TAB' b BfJAHD
IltD 8T, ,N. W.. t07- Oood home table board.
nicely tented. J3 per week, 1