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To Present Eight Shakes
J perean Plays During
!, Their Stay.
Beiinaln- next Monday nbjht, E. U.
Bothern and Julia Marlowe will open
a two Weeks' encasement at tha Balaaeo
Theater. Heratofora tha popular atara
have been aeen here annually for a
single week, but their experience of laet
aaaon, when hundreds of theatergoer
were turned away from every perform
ance unable to aecure aeata, warranted
them In prolonging their forthcoming
They will be aeen during 'their atay In
eight Shakeapearean plays. Two pcr
Ignnancea each will be given of "Much
Ado About Nothing," "Taming of the
brew," "Romeo and Juliet." "Twelfth
Night." "The Merchant of Venice."
"Hamlet," and a atngle performance
each of "Macbeth" and "Aa You Like
It" The production! will be aa elabo
rate aa In former aeaaona, and tha sup
portlng organization of the usual high
order of merit.
"Much Ado About Nothing," tha open
ing play, haa been revived by Mr.
Bothem and Mlia Marlowe after being
tnlaaln- from their repertoire for aeven
yaara. They have reproduced the
charming comedy with great splendor,
In the mater of acenery and costumes,
and again And themselves particularly
happy In the rolea of Benedick and
Beatrice, reepectlvely. No better char
acter could be found for the dtaplay
of their exceptional gifts In the fleld of
high comedy. The revival haa been en
thusiastically welcomed, and the play
bids fair to rank aa one of the most
popular In the Sothern-Marlowe' reper
toire. Saturday matinees only will be given
by Mr. Sothern and Miss Marlowe.
Early laat winter Maude Adams felt
that tha present aeaaon would be an
opportune time for a revival of Barrle'a
claaalo fairy play, "Peter Pan." Work
on a new production followed closely on
the heels of the decision, and the tour
began In October. Since then the ac
tress haa known the greatest success
that haa ever been showered upon her.
Mlaa Adams Is to come to the National
Theater next week, and It Is clear that
tha aucceia that ehe haa met with else
where aha will And In great abundanco
Peter'a return Is sure to be warmly
greeted aa Is the return of Wendy, John,
iiloheaj, the twins, the bold and des
perate pirate. Captain Hook,, and the
other marauding pirates; tho friendly
Indians, the crocodile thai swallowed
the alarm clock, the pack wolves, and
ill of the rest of the figures In the play.
It haa been said of tho play that It
atanda alono among modern works In
Ita power to make a boy of the man
who comes under the spell of Its pres
entation. The production of the play la
an elaborate, one. and Mr. Fronm.tn
haa surrounded Miss Adams with a
strong company. Little Dorothy Dunn
la to be the Wendy, who Is to return
each aprlng to Peter'a home to do Ma
houaecieanlng; llobert Peyton Carter
will be the Captain Hook, and Marlon
Abbott the Mrs. Darling.
Among the few cities comprised In
tha limited tour of llobert Lioralne and
bla London company of players In
"Man and Superman" Is Washington.
The young English star begins a
week's engagement at the Columbia on
Monday, December 2.
During the seven years since Mr.
Loralne Interrupted his American tour
to present this Oeorgo Bernard Shaw
comedy In London, he hua been recog
nized by the London critics aa the
most brilliant of England's young
comedians. Mr. Loralne has been
specially fortunate In securing the aerv
lcea of Sidney Valentine, Evan Thomaa,
O. W. Anson. A. P. Kayo and T. A.
Shannon. And with May Blayney, laat
seen aa the Hen Phcaaant In "Chanta
cler." to play the role of Ann Ethel
Marryat aa Mrs. Whlttlcld, and Mabel
Love ajt Violet, the young lady who
rests under the suspicion of being a
black sheep, Mr. Loralne has an array
of talent that has scarcely, If ever,
bean equaled In presenting a modern
The comments of the New York
critics when the play was re-presented
at the Hudson Theater In September
have already been too widely quoted to
bear repetition. In the decade that
haa elapsed since the play waa first
produced It has been possible to view
tha work In perspective. Though the
Shaw comedy has already won Its title
to Immortality and' will be played as
long aa there Is a public that wants
to laugh and rejoice n the play of
keen wit. It may well be doubted If
such a finely balanced' company of
actors can again be assembled for
Another Washington debut of a New
Terk vaudeville hit la scheduled for
Cgaiee'a next week. Tt Is "The Trained
Nurses," the latest Jesse L. Laaky crea
tion. It Is described as a Detlto mu
sical comedy do luxe, but It Is Bald to
deserve- classification with the larger
rausicai snows or the year. The com-
Siny Is headed by the vaudeville atara,
anry Bergman and Oladya Clark.
Among the musical numbers are "We've
Had a Lovely Time," "I Can't Bo
True." '.KJya Kiss," "Humpty
P0H",t': wlJlng Bells," and the
finale, "The Dancing Wedding." The
book la by William Le Baron, the
mualo by Leo Edwurds. and the lyrlca
by Mr. Le Huron and Blancho Morrill.
"Mlaa Jane Quirk leads the augmented
The extra added attraction will be
Mry. Gardner Crane and company, In
"The Little Sunbeam," a farcical epi
sode Involving the adventures of a
"movies" Ijeadllner In a Pullman car.
The special stellar feuturo will be the
"incognita comedienne," Juliet (?), who
will offer her sirles of character
SJu.dl'B'..A real Irl8h " Andrew Ki
Kelly. Casey tho Lion." who once en
tertained President Taft at Beverly, Is
another exceptional Inclusion In native
Irish and Hcotch wit and raillery. The
Alpine Troupe will sivo their aerial
coating., novelty, and Merlin, "tha
Bvengall or tho Cards," will appear.
The pipe organ recitals at 1:30 and 7:30
p. m., and Intermissions, and new ani
mated weekly photoplano motion pic
tures, are other features.
Admirers of Louise Kent, one of the
most popular of the Poll Players during
their summer aeason of stock In Wash
ington, will be delighted to learn that
she la to return to Washington next
Weak, presenting a vaudeville sketch
written by her, and In which she plays
the leading role. It Is called "Dickey
Bird," and Its enactment at Poll's next
week will mark ita premiere In Waah-
Ingtoa. Other Interesting features of
next week' bill at the Avenue play,
house will be Bdna Luby In a aeries
of sparkling and tuneful Imitations of
famoua musical comedy and dramatic
stars; Ed Reynard, who will offer a
remarkable ventrtleautat art whieh t
stared with great elaboration of detail, 1
"" . ..: " oummiea- almost enact a
real life comedy Iff a miniature cltys
Caraon and Wlllard. ntriintn nr.
nn comedians; Joachim P. Baker, who
wtii oner a pianoioguei Artams, who la
Mid to have a thrlllng balancing aot,
and tha Cliff Bailey trio. In a lively
acrobatic comedy act.
"A Lucky Hoodoo." tha musical com
edy euoceea whloh wUI be seen at the
Academy naxt week, bring back Billy
B. Van .and tha Baaumant Bisters and
thalr large company. "A Lucky Hoodoo"
la written around the adventure of a
property man of a vaudeville theater,
who, when ha and every one elaa la dis
charged, goes to work a an office boy
for a fortune teller. Mr. Van play the
part .of Steve Qall, tha property man,
wnion ta an original creation or nis.
Tha first aet of "A Lucky Hoodoo" ta
f laced on tha stage of this vaudeville
heater at a Monday morning rehearsal,
and when the ourtaln rises the stage
manager I seen putting various acta
through their pace.
Tha aecond act Is where Van applies
for a position a assistant to a fortune
teller, where ha aecure the Job and In
vestigate the working of spirit cab-
laat BMsassrlsa maIIamb ! aa-a A nr nnnkl slrlrl
wishing crystals, during which much
numor is introaucea.
"The Lady Buccaneers" Is the title of
the burlesque that Is to be seen at the
Lyceum Theater next week, Alan Fos
ter being responsible for the musical
numbers. ,In the big company are In
cluded John C. Hanson, William Harris,
Dick Maddox, Harry 8teppe, Clara Gib
son. Marcelllne Montague, Gertrude
Ralston, Qeorge Martin, and; Annlo
Qoldle, all of whom have agreeable
A special feature of the program Is
the Seven Lorados, who will present on
a revolving stage a series of living pic
tures. The burlesque Is entitled "That
Boy Frit." "The Country Storo,"
which haa met with success for several
weeka, will be continued on Friday
"The Golden Crooka" company, which
cornea to the Oayety next week, la once
more headed by the "laughing hobo
comedian," BUly Arlington, who ta on
the stage during practically the entire
action of the two-act burlesque called
"The Auto Bugs." The piece haa
been elaborately ataged In three scenes
by Jacobs and Jermon. The lint two
show Palm Beach, Fla., and tho third
the Palisades of the Hudson.
Mr. Arlington Is assisted In most of
hla funmaklng by Ed Johnston, an ex
cellent comedy toll, while the singing
honore of the ahow go to Eleanor Coch
ran, a striking young woman of much
personal magnetism. Jeanette Buckley
la a dashing eoubrette of the Nell
Brlnkley girl type.
One of the big features of the en
tertainment la a Russian Dancers num
ber. Introduced by the Oolden Troupe,
and there are numerous effective bal
lets, offered by a nimble and graceful
chorus. Two of the biggest song hits
of the piece are "Craxy Music," aa sung
by Arlington and Johnston, and "I'll
Get You Yet" one of Miss Cochran's
Entertainment features at the Cosmos
Theater for next week Include El Maro,
one of the famoua violinists of the vau
deville stage; Zlska and Saunders, In a
mysterious diversion Interpolated with
song offerings, and Bijou Gertrude, a
child singer, In a really remarkablo of
fering of raga and "coon" songs.
There will also be the European
acrobatic novelty of the Hermanua
Troupe; a laugh maker In "A Comer In
Hair," presented by Harry Truesdale
and Company, and a musical number
In the cello, .violin and piano offering
of Kamplnn and Dcralda. The Pa tho
Weekly with Its picture stories of un
usual events throughout the world will
head the film features.
A laughing feature la promised at the
Casino Theater next week In "Schultx,
the Shoemaker," a farce of German de
coction. It will be presented by Mor
gan, Chester and Company. The Savoy
Trio, with their eight acrobatic bull
doga. Is another offering that made Its
mark here In higher-priced vauaeviue.
New features will be found In the
Morette Sisters, who bring a refined
musical act; Harry Thompson, the com
edy Juggler; Copeland and Walah, who
nrnmlae a little bit of everything. In
cluding laughable patter, songs, dances,
,.mH and nven a bit of burlesaue.
The Gaiety Four, a male quartet, le ex.
peoted to furnish some pleasing selec
tions, and a new aerlea of film featU'ea
of tho attractive kind will complete tho
Tomorrow afternoon Washington will
have Its first opportunity to hear one of
tha orreateat of Metropolitan upera
House Drlma donnaa, when Frederick
Shlpman will present In concert Madam'
Frances Aide, a beautiful and magnetic
singer. Madam Alda, wno is tne who
of the director of the Metropolitan,
Gattl Casaxxa, Is possessed of a lyric
soprano of exceptional beauty and
trmbre. remarkable tor a crystalline
purity of tone, which conatltutea one of
Ita greatest fascination.
Her program has been carefully ar
ranged, and in addition to the urla, "Un
Bel Dl," from "Madam Butterfly," In
cludes some of tho most beautiful num.
bers In her entire repertoire. The con
cert will be specially notable for the
support accorded It by the elite of the
city; some of whom were privileged to
listen to the great artist on the occasion
of her appearances In private recital at
the White House.
The third of the interesting trav
elogues llurton Holmes is giving at
the Columbia Theater Is scheduled for
Sunday evening, with a repeat Mon
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, when
his subjeot will bo "India, from Horn-
bay to Delhi.') The story, as tola in
pictures and language, Is ono of the
most Interesting Mr. Holmes has ever
prepared, and represents the accom
plishment of a twenty-year longing on
the part of the traveler.
. .... ...1,1 . ..nam..... ,...... ,wl.
nte uuaienco win uu wncu mvui
the streets of Bombay, showing Nautch
dancers, religious festivals and mili
tary maneuvers, whllo at Belgaum, one
of the principal posts of tho British
army In India, the native Hajputana
and Pathan regiments, as well aa
some of tho English regiments, will
Jaipur will bo visited, with Ita gay
street scones and Its architectural set
ting of endless rows of pink buildings.
Tho tlnal atop will be mado at Delhi,
the future capital of India, whore still
linger reminiscences or mo auroar.
Under the most favorable auspices.
the eleventh season of tho Washington
Symphony Orchestra will begin at tho
Columbia Theater on Tuesday aftur-
noon, December 10, Charles T. Tlttmann,
tho counsel of tho orchestra, will bo
tho bass' soloist. The remaining con
certs of tho season will bo given at 4:43
o'clock on Tuesday afternoons, January
14, February 11. March 2D, and April 15.
These performances will .not conflict
.with other orchestral concerts.
Season tickets are now on sale at T.
Arthur Smith's ticket agency, In Sand
ers & Stuyman's. The entire series of
concerts will be under the conductor
ship of Helnrlch Hammer. Each pro
gram will include a noteworthy soloist
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912.
BY ELIZABETH KENT WHO?
SvnooiU of Previous ChtpUr.
. Crrll crlcMoiu o his way beckto Lon-
eon rrom rranva. wi-w -
for Ms wits, who haa .eaweaea
with t Frenchman from is tn
which shs luwl been committed for In;
sanity caused by drink and drugs, par
Jowii Truism tha train at NewMvaa.
"toxin hlms f on board, he lands In a
compartment occupied toJZ??23!
heavily veiled. Shortly .afterward a pone
Inspector cemee In. and tho girt In Mrror
boss Crlchton to Protect her. .This
dots br nassla her p aa nis wife. TM
the tragedy. Is the stlrl In ""train
lady v7llrnr.ley,or the "lesta meldf
At Ihe coroner's Inquest It li leernjn
-ft.?. . ...n ...mi waa aeen near the
scans of the traaedy on that night. Cyril,
now Lord wllmsrsisy. hears rem th
lor in cnargs oi ms c i ii", "- j:
ostensibly hi wife. Is, "Bering fiH
aphasia snd Ms lost her I4"'i5.
not to be atartleitho i deetarea.
so Cyril is compelled to appear to her a
her husbuid. With ths atrt when she
came to the hospital were, found tha Wll
SeVsley Jewels. These Cyril rtveett
friend, Guy Campbell, to iaks ears ana
himself conceals ths be. Tatar be Bad
that the ba haa disappeared.
- YRIL and Valdrigues spent .the
I next morning making a thor-
V j ough search of tho library, but
" the paper they were looking for
could not be found. Cyril had from
the first been skeptical of success. He
could not believe that the child was
still alive, and was convinced that
Arthur Wllmersley had fabricated the
story simply to retain his hold over the
Valdrigues, however, for a long time
refused to abandon tho Quest. Again
and again she ransacked places they
had already carefully examined. When
It waa anally borne In on her that
there waa no further possibility of find
ing what she sought the light euddenly
went out oi nvr itu cum nun uu,i
have fallen If Cyril had not caught her
ni niacrd her In a chair. Thero she
aat huddled together, with arms hang
ing limply at her sides, her half-closed
eyes fixed vacantly In front of her.- .
Tnorougniy aiarmeu, i.jm ! ,.w
woman carried, to her room and sent
for a doctor. When tho latter arnvcu
he shook hla head. She had hud a
... i,.. m hi oninlon It waa extremely
doubtful If she would over fully recover
Cyril, having mado every possible
arrangement for the comfort of the
afflicted woman, at last allowed his
thougnta to rev, w u ,.
ie ...niiieri that with tho elimination
of both Valdrigue and Prcntlco there
was no one but Anita left who could
bo reasonably suspected of tho murder;
ir ti at tne r rencnmui wcrn iiiiu,.-
..-. t. iii. aiffiLlr was too remote a
pCSSlDIUty lO DO. seriously .uiiaiuonru.
No, he must make up his mind to
face tha facta. The girl wum Anita Wll
mersley ana ano nai aiuru ner huj
band I What was he going to do now
that he knew tho truth? Judson'a .d
vlco that An ta should give herself, up
he rejected without a moment's hesita
tion. Yet he had to acknowledge that
there was little hopo of her being able
to escape detection aa long aa tho pollco
knew her to be alhe.
Will, It was too late to do anything
that evening, he decided. He might oa
well go around to the club und get
some dinner and try and dismiss the
problem from his m nd for tho time
The first person he saw on entering
the dining room was Campbell. Ho was
sitting by himself at a small table; his
round, roay faco depleted tho utmost de
jection, and he thrust his fork throut,-n
an oyster with much the sume expres
sion a man might have worn who wus
spearing a personul enemy.
On catching sight of Cyril he dropped
his fork. Jumped from hla seat und
mude an eiger step forward. Then lie
suddenly wavered, evidently uncertain
as to the reception Cjrll wag going to
"Well, this la a piece of luck!' cried
Cyril, stretching out his hund.
Quy. looking decidedly sheepish,
clasDed tt eca-orlv.
"I might as well toll you at once that
I know I made no end of an ass of my
sell the other day," he said, averting
bis eyes from his friend's face. "It is
really pretty decent of you not to havo
resented my ridiculous accusations."
"Oh! that's all right.". Cyril assured
him. "I quite understand your motive.
But I'm awfully glad you have changed
your attitude toward mo. for, to tell
you the truth, I am In great need of
"Oh. Lord!" ejaculated Campbell,
acrewlng up his face Into an expression
ui vuiuic ueapaur.
As soon as there was no danger of
their being overheard Cyril told Camp
bell of his Interview with Judson. At
first Quy could not be persuaded that
inr sin was Anna wnmersiey.
"She I not a liar: I am sure of It.
If she ssld that her hair had turned
white. It had turned white, and there
fore It Is Impossible that she hod dyed
It," objected Campbell.
"Judson auggested that she only dyed
prt of her hair and that It was tho
rest which turned whits. By the way,"
he added, turning away as If in search
of n match, and trying to apeak aa
carelessly as possible, "how Is Anita?"
rJ.or-a moment Quy did not answer
and Cyril stood fumbling with the
matches, fearful of the effect of tho
question He was still doubtful how
far hla friend had receded from his
former position, and was much relieved
girl becomes uneonsc en, ana on l"J"'.W
In London appears to b "rlouslr m.
Crlchton has Kr sent still " ,Jls wif.
to a prlvste hospital.. Meanwhile Cyril
miiin Ijim wilmtraler. has been foun
murdered In his private swimming nooj.
Lady Wllmerslsr. whom the dead I man
had kept virtually a prisoner, Is mUalnj.
and Is strongly auaiwctedl of the crime.
A msid whose appearance was i that of a
I i. iaa miasms from the wen ox
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when Ouy finally 'answered In a very
"She Is pretty well-but " he hesi
tated. Cyril turned quickly around. He no
ticed that duy'a faco had lengthened
perceptibly and that he toyed nervously
with hla eyeglass.
-wnat ;s the matter. ' he inquired,
-Tne rant is," replied campoeii. spax
Ing slowly and carefully avoiding the!
oiner eye, "j uiinK it is possioie tnat
she misses you."
Cyril's hesrt gave a sudden Jump.
"I can hardly believe It," he managed
"Of course. Mis Trevor may be mis
taken. It was her Idea, not mine, that
Ant Lady Wllmersley, I mean Is wor.
rylng over vour absence. But. what
ever the cauae, the fact remains that
she ha changed very much. She I no
longer frank and cordial in her man
ner either to Mlaa Trevor or myaelf.
It seams almost as If she regarded us
both with suspicion, though what she
tan possibly suspect us of I can't for
Ih life of me Imagine. That day at
lunch aha was a gay a a child, but
now she is never anything but and and
"Perhaps she la beginning to remem
ber the past." suggested Cyril.
"How can I tell? Mlaa Trevor and I
have tried everything we could think of
n Indue her to confide In ua. but she
won't Possibly you might b more sue-
An Involuntary sigh escaped Camp
bell. "I am sorry now thst I prevented vou
from seeing her. Mind you, I still think
It wiser not to do so, but I ought to
have left you tree to use your own juag-
ment Tne numoer or ner sunns; room
Is (I on the second floor; for some rea
aon or other aha Insists on being left
there alone everv afternoon from Slot
o'clock. Now. I hnve told you all I
know of the situation, and you must
handle it as you tnina nesi.
A Slip of the Tongue,
YRIL spent tho night In a atata
pitiable Indecision. Should ho
should he not risk a visit to
Anita? If the police were .
shadowing him It would be fatal, but
ho had somehow lately acquired the
conviction that they were not. On tho
other hand, If he could only see her,
how It would simplify everything! As
ahe distrusted both Guy and Miss Tre
vor, even It his plot succeeded she
would probably refuse to leavo England
unless he himself told her that he,
wished her to do so. Besides, thero
were so many details to bo discussed,
so many arrangements to bo talked
Yes, ho said to himself, as ho lay
staring into the darkness, it Is my duty
to see her. He would go to her not be
cuuse he wanted to. A horrid doubt
made him pause. Was ho so sure that
his decision waa not the outcome of hla
own desire? How could he trust hla
Judgment In a matter whero his In
cllnaUons were so deeply Involved? Yet
It would bo shocking If ho allowed his
ii to induce him to do some-
thing which might be Injurious to
Anita. It waa a nice question
i.Miin. whuthnr her need of him waa
sufficient to justify him in risking a
For hours ho debated with himself,
Kut rmiM MV-rlva u.t no conclusion. NO
sooner did ho rsolvo to atay away from
her than the thought of her unhappl
nuss again made him waver. If he only
knew why sn was so unnuppr, ne iiu
hlmsulf, the situation would not be so
unendurable. When ho talked with her
over the telephone she had seemed
cheerful; she hod spoken of Ouy and
Miss Trevor with enthusiasm. What
could have occurred since then to mako
her distrust tnem ana io piunao iier
Into such a state of gloom?
Aa ho tossed to und fro on his hot,
tumbled bed, his Imagination pictured
onn dire possibility after another, till at
last he made up his mind that ho could
bear the uncertainty no longer. He
must see her! He would see her!
Iluvlng reached this decision, Cyril
could hardly refrain from rushing off
to her as soon as It was light How
ever, he had to curb his imputlcnce.
Three o'clock was thu onlj hour he
could bo sure of tlndtng her ulone; so
he must wait till threo o'clock. But
how on earth was he going to get
through the Intervening time? He was
In a state of feverish restlessness that
was almost agony; he could not apply
himself to anything; he could only wait
wait Although ho know that there was no
chance of his meeting Anita, he haunted
tho neighborhood of the Oeorgo all
morning. Every few minutes he eon-
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suited hi watch, and the progress of
the hand seemed to blm so incredibly
slow that more than once he thought
that It must have stopped altogether.
Finally the hour arrived.
Flinging back hla shoulders and as
suming a carelessness that almoat
amounted to a awsgger, Cyril entered
hat, tin tat I Ua eauskss a a alf.AAnaalniia
I iivtvii w ne dw ii-vwiimvh
that It wt with comlderable surprlie.
M wet! aa rellif. that h noticed that
no on psld the slightest attention to
him. Even the porter hardly glanced
at him being at that moment engaged
In speeding a parting guest.
wm aeciaea to use mo stairs In
? reference to the lift, a they were less
requented, and as It happened ha
made hla.way up Tb tht second landing
without encountering anybody.
mere, nowever, ne came race to lace
With a brettv houaemalfl. who. tn hla
dismay, looked at him attentively. Cyril
went cold all over! Had he but known
It, ahe had been attracted by his tall.
oiuieriy ngura ana naa merely orrered
him the tribute of an admiring glance.
But thla explanation never occurred to
our modest hero, and he hurried on,
quite abaurdly flustered by this trifling
He found that No. 62 opened on a
small. Ill-lighted hall, which waa for
tha moment completely deaerted.
Now that he actually stood on tho
threshold of Anita's room Cyril felt a
curious reluctance to proceed further.
It was unwise. She might not want to
see him. But even as these objections
flashed through hla mind he knocked
Yet he still hesitated. His heart was
beating llko a sledge-hammer and his
hands were trembling. Never had ha
experienced such a curious vaguely
what could be the matter with him.
"I can't stand here forever," he said
In his heart "I wanted to see her;
well, then, why don't I open tho door?
I am behaving like a fool!"
Still reasoning with himself, he finally
entered the room.
A bright fire was burning on the
hearth, and before It were henped a
number of cushions, and from this
lovely seat Anita had apparently hastily
arisen. The length of tlmu ho had
taken to answer her summons hail rvi.
i dently alarmed her, for she stood llko a
cratur t bay. her eyes lde open
frightened. On recognising Cyril a
deep blush suffused her face und ex
tended even to ner neca.
"So It was you!" she exclaimed'.
Her relief was obvious, yot her man
ner waa distant, almost repellant. Cyril
had confidently anticipated such a dif
ferent reception that her unexpected
coldness completed his discomfiture
He felt ua If tho foundations of his
world wcro alvlnx nway beneath Ills
fpi't He managed, however, to murmur
something, he knew not what. The
I pounding of his heart prevented him
from thinking coherently.
When his emotion had subsided stif-
clently for him to reallzn what ho us
doing ho found himself sitting stlffy nn
ono side of the fireplace with Anita sil
ting equally suny on mo oincr. nno
whs talking; no, rather, shn was vhkhk
Inb him in polite conversation. How
long she had been doing so he did not
know, hut he gathered that It could not
know, but he gathered that It could not
havo been long, aa ehe was still on the
suhtect of the weather.
"It has been atrocious In London. I
hopo you had better luck In tho coun
try. Today has been especially disa
greeable." she was saying.
L'vril nnuseu llie weawier wan a visor
which was rather surprising In view of
tliu fact that till sne nnn mentioned it
hn had been sublimely unconscious
whether the sun had been shining or
not. Hut nnaliy even mat proline topic
was exhausted and. as no other appar
ently suggested itself to either, they re
lapsed Into a constrained silence,
(vrll was sufferlna acutely. Ho had
so longed to seo her und now uu Im-
Imlhablo harrier nan somenow arisen
letweeu them which separated them
more completely than mere bricks nnd
mortar than anv dlhtancn could have
done. True, he could feast his eyes on
her cameo-llke prollle; on the soft curve
of her cheek: on the long, gulden-tipped
lashes; nn tho slender nhlto throat,
which roso llko a column from the luce
of her dress.
of Thla Mory Will
osjy o wOsMOAjveNsV
Lstttive Bronto Qui
tew a CoM la Oa Day. CrBli 9
On the Heights. I4th st
car Una Janitor service.
Fine location. All con
venlencea. lltb at car
In the heart of business
section. Janitor service.
G st. car Una.
lltb and 14th at car
Plenty of sunshine. Will
be thoroughly renovated.
Within walking distance of
On two car lines. All out
stdo roomi. Telephone, fire,
proof; guod Janitor service.
Heat and hot water: rlectrlo
lights: telephone and tele
graph service from building:
janitor: apartments open fur
Inspection: Ut floor fr"nt apt
Is one of the many helpful
features of our high-class
Our suggestions on this sub
ject are sought by many of our
most careful and conservative
Letters of Credit
end Foreign Drafts
Available in all Farts of the
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Foreign money bought and
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Wc attend to EVERY DE
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THROUGH THE TIMES.
Asqulth's Pharmacy, lilt Ktli st.
Astoria Phsrmacy, Cnl A U sts.
usenraen rnarmacy. etu at Eyo sts.
Reller'a Pharmacy. Sth A (1 ata
Ilronaugh's Pharmacy, Ith as 1' ats.
Carpenter A Dunlop, lttb & OlrarU sts.
Chrlstlani Pharmacy, Tth ft M sts.
uoncora rnarmacy, 1MB pi. it, aa.
pity ft Co., ilh ft ll ats.
Day's Pharmacy, 11th t Park road,
Duftey's Pharmacy, th and N sts.
Duffey's Phannscy, Z2nd at Pa. ave.
Emerald 1'harmirv. 4lh & lliu Ava.
Uoldenberg's Dept. Hturc, th ft K ats.
uartara rnarmacy. inn a? Harvard sis.
Henry Pharmacy, :2ml ft N sts.
Illnes Plurmaiy, New Jersey ae, ft Q st.
Howard Pharmacy, 14th & W sts. ,
Hutton ft Hilton, Und ft I. sts.
Kann, i.. Sous ft Co i Dept Store, tth st.
ft Pa. avu.
Kosw Pharmacy, Tth st. ft FIs. ae.
Maltby's Pharmacy, 19CT Cuhert St.
Matilngly's Pharmacy, Hth ft I. sts,
Mayer's Pharmacy, FU. me. ft Mh st.
Mchots Pharmacy, it,tli ft Pa. ave.
O'DonncII's Pharmacy, sth ft I'' sts.
Patties Pharmacy, M:s atorgla ava.
Piarwm's Pharmacy, 18th ft I'la, ave.
Reh's Phsrmacy, Uh ft i: sts
Rhode Island Pharinair. 1st ft R. I. ave.
llobey's Plmrinac). North Cspt. A 11 sts,
Simpson's Plmrmar. "th ft R sts.
Tailor ft Lamb, North Capt. ft It. I. ave.
Times Hub Klatlon. ii'i II St.
Tlmeif Hub Mutton. HM T st.
Van Hunt Pharmacy, 9th ft P sts.
Witch's I'liurinuiy. Suth & M sts.
Wagner's Pharniacv, 1st ft II sts.
Union Station (Chrlstlanl I'har.)
Rlumer'a Pharmacy, N. Cap. ft R sts.
Ilutler, tth st. ft Manton place,
(leoriio J, OtlBei, 6th & II sts.
LadUon's Phnrmuc), U'uo l('la. ave.
Ijlliib ft Tlliten. 11th ft K. Cap. ats.
Model Pharmacy, (th ft 11 sts.
MrCheiney ft Joachim, Slid ft E sts.
New Turk Arnuo Plrormacy. N, Y, ave. A
N. Tup. st
Powell, A. K tth & E. Cap.
Twee's 1'hnrmncy, IMh ft H sts, ,
Times Hub Station, Ml II st.
Arth & Co , CM Pa, me.
Rerkloy, ti'.'O 1st st,
llurrows' Phurmac:', Hth ft Pa, ave.
EmrlUi. Uth ft I'u. .ne.
Falconer, 111: 11th tt.
Hawkins, tth M. ft Va. ave.
Lincoln 1'urk Pharmacy,. 13th & E. Cap.
Ney ft I'u., Pa, u ft Sth at.
O'lVinnell, 3d t. ft I'u, ave.
Pltzer, (th ft 11. Cup.
Roach Drug Co , Sth and O sts.
tVcller, Sth ft Ela sis.
Times Sub Station, sth ft K sts.
Times Sub Station. Ill U St.
Elsenbeln' Phsrmacy, 7th B its.
yuller, W. C,, w 1st. St.
Harris, rd A V su.
Lynham's Pharmacy, Ult 4U at
Times Hub Station, 411 4H st
Times , Substation. M0 M st
Waller's Pharmacy. KM it at.
..i . . . BROOKtAND. .
Linton Nelson. Brookjend, D. C.
Burr's Pharmacy. Nichols ar. A W at
Tlmee Bub Station, so? Nlehela ave.
i, it. caton. rnncs at tuyai sis,
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THROUGH THE TIMES
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and you'll hava the purest richest, beat
that's made. ONLY -Uo lb. Every eaka
u ,v. w, Mviiivnrs m Bunr-loua IOT II.
Mkt. atanda, grocer or Oakery. t!4 lltb. a.
Yen Will Get a Correctly fitted
Olss ana for fe Money by
Ne Charge for Consultation.
Children's Eye a aaeclaltr.
L 426 0th Street N. W.
MADAM E. V. KURTZ. Furrier. Pura
steamed aniL-remodeled i small muffs mads
large; plush coat steaming specialty. All
work guaranteed. ITU 7tfi t. N. W. 1
ENFORCED (restoring the) 1ILOOD CIRCU
LATION. New miraculous cures bjr this
system of Locomotor-Ataxia. Drtght'a Dla
eaae, Paralyals sod the rtesserate chronic In
curable (ao-oalled) diseases those VOUR
I'HYBICIAN Can't Cure. UOOKLET aad
CONbUl.TATION FREE. LADY AH818T
ANT. Hours 10 a. m. to J p. m. Sundays It
to 1. PIIOK II. N. D. I'ARKElt, 1022 tth St.
N. W. Hte my big ad here nest Monday.
Winter Approaching !
HAVE YOUR FURH REPAIRED AND
REMODELED INTO 111! HTYLES.
LADIES TAILORED BUITH AND COATS
MADE TO ORDER.
M F STREET N. W.
DOLLY MADIRON-The purity of science and
Ihe perfection of tasto in candles. IV) 11th
st. N. W. Phono MJI. I
CHRIHTMAff SPECIALS, I postal cards tor
ZSc: cabinet photos, two positions: staoam
proofs; tl.SS per dos.: satisfaction guaran
teed; eptn Sundays.
SO tth st. N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
DIAMOND and pearl brooch; between tit E
st. nw. and Kann'a or in Kann's; lltv-ral
reward returned tu Dr. JAH. M. 1JAR1IER,
IS U st. N. W. !
LOST Dlsmond ring. IMh and Kalorama
road. Reward for return to Apart. 1. The
LOST Eyeglasses, Saturday evening In
ijinsDurgn s, aici-Torys, iiann a store, no.
ward. 1C1 O N. W. !
FOUND 7 packages; ; sweaters, 1 shopping
bag. 7 umoreuas. pairs gloves, i murf.
valise, 1 book, 1 bottle, 1 mirror, coats.
t hats. S guns, 2 curtain sticks, t diploma,
1 lady's handbag. 1 monkey wrench. 1 comb.
THE TERMINAL CO.. Union Station.
PITMAN AND GREGG
Rapidly learned and written, llegjnners
and speed classes. Civil Service, Teleg
raphy, Mechanical Drafting, business
Rranches, Touch and Sight Typewriting,
Up-to-dste Chart and lllackboard Meth
oda. No uit books required. Enter
NEWMANAOEMENT. MODERN COURSES.
ASK FOR RATES. SESSIONS EVERY
DAY AND NICIHT.
THE DRILLERY, 1 100 N. Y. Ave,
AfTRS PA TV MANICDRINO AND
AllOiS t-'ii-llN BCALP TREATMENT.
711 tth st N. W Apt. L Ph. Main tta.
XfTfiS WT7IT J .Sand Assistant. .
-" " a-.-.-, Manicuring and BeaiD
Treatment. IK) N. Y. ave.. Id floor. Hra. (lag.
MISS JAMRRON. manicure.
and scalD treatment. 1104 fj at. N. W
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. ta p. ra.
ORA FIELD .MrsplM?JS-.,!n?
AND ASSISTANT. IJ It SU OS.. M DOOr.
UPOK KEEPER at II. M0 per annum In th
Held Service desires to exchange with a
clerk or stenographer and typewriter In tha
interior uepanmem. a lower salary win
be considered. Good reasons to deslr
change. Write D. E. C, car of this office.
SALESMAN-Elght yeara" experlen-e men'a
attlro; best reference. Address 11EALL,
711 tth st. N. W. JJ
STUDENT wants work morning and evening
for board and compensation. JESSIE
FOULKEB. Un Vermont ave. N. W.
DY COLORED MAN. Place as dishwasher or
lit t place N. t.
PAPERHANOER. painter, pi
work. Room papered, sz.w;
nanered. S2.L0: oalnte
S. COLDBLATT. SCI i ST. S. W.
STENOORAPHER-Eipert desires evening
work, copying, etc. Tel. Col. 2137.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
$15 A COMPLETE $15
Course In Dressmaking
Designing and Ladles' Tailoring a Specialty.
Hours dally te 12. 1 to i. Night session
Mondays and Frldavs, 1:90 to p. m. In
dividual Instructions given In every depart
ment. Regular attendance not required.
723 Uth St. N. W.
a- PROF. LIVINGSTON
MILLINERY AND DRESRCUTTINO
ACADEMY. 1113 O ST.
THE LARUEST,VTHE OLDEST. AND
DESIGNING, AND MILLINERY SCHOOL,
IN THE WORLD.
CHOCOLATE DIPPErt-Eiperlrnced: none
but exuerlenicd need apply. HUUAR
iiuwi, ia.mii rwivuuK, vtu sin at. s. E.
COOK laundry and assist with general
hoisov.ork; neat, reliable whtto girl; small
family: stay nights; icferences required. Call
III: IMh st. N W. i
COI.IAlt HtONEHK, whlto ELITE LAUN
DRY CO . 2119 Hth St. N. W.
tlun is permuncni. Apply
MAYER & CO., Hi
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
Require the services of
Girls 16 to 18 years of age as
merchandise inspectors & wrappers.
Ulltl. for houscuork; no washing.
.UI2 13th st. N. W.
LAIHEH' TAll-OIId-Tuu flrst-class at once,
1(07 L st N. NVj l
1MM IT St.
LADIES, LBAIIN UEAt'TY CULTURE.
Ootid positions. MIRROR INST. OV
BEAUTY CULTURE. Ill F sU N, W.
NOV. 29, AT 10 A. M., .
Will avail tor account of owner larg stock
of groceries, cannad and bottled goods: bauT
coffees, spices, flour, cigars and totaeoe: n
tlons, candles, natures, e. allat unral
atrlcted sale at our salesroom, lie LoulaiMa.
avenue. , -iusisna
D. NOTES, Auctioneer,
lit La. avenue M. W.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
LADIES TO LEARN bow to make ever their
mn tailored suits sad drasssa In tha leiast
m nth t w. w. 1
8RVERAL flrat-daas coat hands- at eaeT
. MULLKIt UU Itth at N. W. T
TAILORE8S for men's coats: steady work
and good pay. Apply at once. 110 r. Room
WOMAN Colored, to help nurse a sick
son. Apply B at, ti. E.
WOMAN Colored, for general housework: M
per wesk. no ltth at N. W. "r"',
ROY-Colored or white,
st. N. W.
VIROlNlA, SOI tth
16TII ST. N. W., M-At ones, good boy.
dining room and other work.
DRAFTING AND ENGINEERING taught at
nigni iMscnaoicai. Arcnnaciurai, rwtent
Topographic structural), also Patent tfpacl
flcatlon and Claim Writing and Otneral
Patent Practice. Big demand for tralnal
men. Write for Information. COLUMBIA
HC1100L OF DRAFTIKO. MoLaohlea Illdg
DISTRICT MANAOER-Man capable or tak
ing charge of ofDce. Apply Room T, Build
era' Eichangti. j
ELEVATOR MAN-Oolored: night work. As
ply BTAO HOTEL, SOS tth at. K w. l?.
MEN 2S wanted to dlatrlbuta circulars. As
ply a a. m M. DAVID, to tth N. W.
PAINTERS To do stenciling, at. once.
Ilth st. N. W.
PRESBER-Oood. for new and .old
Apply 211 7th st. 8. W.
AL TAILOR. Kt V St.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
yBoys 16 to 18 years of age
for Office and Store Service.
WAITERS Three flrst-ctsss white: light
work: M per week. 610 tth st. N. W. I."
SPECIAL OFFER te the first five men en
rolling with ua this week. NATL. AUTO
COLLEOE, sth and O ata. N. W.l open unUI
Are you over ten years of age 7 Do
you want to have a paying business
of your own after school hours? Do
you want to show your father and
mother what kind of stuff you are
made of? Then start right now, by
getting yourself a Times route. Let's
talk It over at Tha Tlmae after school
hours or on Saturday. Suit where
most of our greatest men started
Start today, new la your greatest
chance. Call at the Circulation De
partment of The Washington Times
today after school.
WE NEED A FEW MEN
to learn tho automobile business
and accept positions paying from
Mo to ll par month. Call and In
spect our chus rooms.
AUTO ENO. COLLEOE OP WASH.
HOI 14th St. N. W. IV
YOUNO MAN with experience,
bakery; come ready roi
or work: no trtntra
need apply. UI zd st.
N. W.; or 1M Center
Hal ana Female.
For private Instructions In Gregg. Pitman or
Barns Shorthand. Terms reasonable. Type
writer at home free. Tel, Col, tI7,
ACTS (vaudeville amateur), leading theater
want clever beginners for prise contesUl
Immediately. P. O. Box U.
HIGHEST CASH piio paid for won cloth
ing: nuir vacua- or aniiscssas, swss
wiu cau. b. risinia use ns at,
Pben North m. -
WANTED Copying and envelope addresslac
by an expert writer. BOX XM. Times offle.
BIO MONEY PAID FOR FURNITURE.
household goods and merchandise of all
kinds. Entire contents bought. D. NOTES,
lit La. ave. M. Met.
IF YOU WANT A SQUARE DEAL tn buy
ing or veiling your furnltur consult THS
SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE CO. Cash
paid for houMhold good, m Ey st, N. W
cor. St Ik 1-
WANTED-Furnltura tor cash. Sell your
guod ta ths man who gives you th most
money. Baa HOPWOOD. tth and K.
HOUSEKEEPERS Tble waek. ordinary wla.
dews expertly cleaned, le aa.: floors waxed.
polished, stalnad, vanilsaei. rsflnlshsd. P
Ui, eLXiott, ttoe ti m , Hi. ptwn n. mm.
HIOHEST CASH PRICES 'AID FOR ALL
klnos second-hand turaltar. Drop pastsl
ft pben Mala TtM. A. MILLER'S rarauura
ateiaw, Sal K N. W.
PROF. WYNDHAM, 111 Uth nw.. teaches all
dances; lessen Wc. I.for It.tO; private any
hour; claa and dance 7: Sat. Main M7I.
ASSEMBLY DANCES every Thurs. Sat.
eve.. Nkt. Rifles Armory. DAVISON'S. Prof.
and dance Tuss. svgs. Ph. M.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'tl
DANCING BCHOOL. 100 Eye st. nw. Social
Dances Every Mon. at Arcade. Ph. M. 2WJ.
, PRIVATE DANCINO SCHOOL,
Only On Taught at a Tim.
Latest Dances Folk Dane.
Belssco Theater, ton floor. Select. M. U2-T.
WASHINGTON'S new dancing studio. Miss
Chappelear. 1121 Q nw.. I lessons 13 M:
dances at Arrad Thursday sventngs: prlval
lessons any hour. Phons N. Uli.
OLOVER'S. Ill Hd St. N W. Pit lesson.
LOc: wslta A 2-stso auar. In I lessons: class
and dance Tue., Thurs., Sat. eve., I0o; ball
roam for rent, H. Orcheitra. Pbens W. un.
WILLIAM W. SAUNDERS.
Expert tuner and teacher of Piano tuning.
till Ruck Creek Ch. road.
I. MENDELSSON, ladles' ts.llor, offers French
corduroi and velvet suits, rrg. ltd snd MS
values, I2I.M: res. lis suits, tii.il, or with
our material 112, 8022 Htk
WORKINOMBN Thunksglvlng, perhaps you
have extra thanks if luu have called on u.
Say, buy. there's a big stock lino tailored
suits and mtrcuat 13 to 110 arid somebody
must rave rash on ths deal: one price.
Jllsril'S OLD STAND. 618 P. t-
PARLOR SlIITS-Upholiterlng In tapestry, M,
Frame rennlshrd; goods called, dliTr4
free. Acms Uph. Co.. V II st N. W. .