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tfyattsville, Brentwood, Blad
ensburg, Riverdale, and
. Berwyn in Association.
HVATTSVUiLE. Md., Feb. 5. A re
presentative gathering- of business men
rtm "Hyattsvllle, Brentwood, Bladens
, mrp, Riverdale. and Berwyn met in
. Sept&sophs'Hall here last night and
brmed the final orsanizftion of an as
odatlon for the, beneHt of the business
nan and the consumer. 'It "was ienned
The Prince George" County Business
fen's Association. Dues were placed
1 ,12 a year. The following- officers
uid .committees were- chosen: Presi
dent. N G. Dudrow. of Hyattsvllle;
'ice president. A. Gordon, of Biverdale ;
reasurer, Joseph V. Aman. of. Hyatts
, jille; secretary. John F. Lillard, of Hy
Utsvflle: scrgeant-at-arms. J. L. Bur
jey, of Hyattsvllle. Committee on sanl
atlon and health. Dr. A. Vlneberg; of
JyattsvillerGeorre N. Wells, of Brent
vood: William Keefauver, of Berwyn;
lommlttee on finance. Max Deltz, of Hy
tttsvJUe; E. T. Harrison,-, of College
Fork; Hyznan Brown,: of Bladeneburg;
. omnalttee'con publicity .and drertislnsr.
r triSL EdlUvitch, or Hyattsvllle :-W. A.
.Irooks, of Hyattsvllle: V.vV. MacNeU.
- -f JSyattsville : committee on member
.TiId. C Frank Carr. of Hyattsvllle;
Vitliam Keefaaver. of, Berwyn: E. T.
larrlson;" of College Park: Hyman
irown. of Bladensburg; George N.
tVells. of Brentwood, and A. Gordon, of
Tias meeting adjourned o meet at the
sm glace on Tuesday evening, Feb
The lnlUal list of delintjuent tax
?ayers In Prince George county, as pub
lahefl by Treasurer Richard J. 8wann,
ihows there is due the county and the
State of Maryland in taxes, interest,
lenaltles. and costs the sum of J16.7fil.17.
rhls list contains the names of 928
wners, whose property will -be sold at
ubllc auction in front- of the court
souse door at- Upper Marlboro, begln
Ung on Monday. March 3. unless they
ay lip beforethat day. The sale will
start- at 10 o'clock a. m. and continue
intll J o'clock p. m. each day until all
parcels, remaining in arrears are sold.
Hyattsvllle district leads in the amount
f unpaid taxes with J2.63S.5J for sev-snty-seven
names: Seat Pleasant dis
trict has 'the lsrgest number of names
idvertlsed, 145, for an amount of
0.523.30. "Mellwobd district has the
imallest number of names and amount
f unpaid taxes, four names for a total
f Jl87. The largest amount owed by
my one individual is an amount of
347.21 In Chlllum district. The amount
wed in each district Is as follows:
Vansvllle. J2.030.16 and 138 names; Seat
Pleasant. J1.B2J.30 and 146; name's: Marl
oro, J611.44 and fifteen names: Nottlng
jam. J267.34 and ten names: iPlscaUway.
1167.01 and " seventeen names: Queen
Anne. J788.17 and fourteen names;
Aquasco. J81.54 and twelve hames; Sur
ratts, J176.18 and eleven names: Mell
irood, J15.87 and four names: Takoma
Park. J135.65 and thirteen names: Bla
lensburg. J2.305.G7 and 123 names: Spald
aigs, 363.67 and seventy names; Laurel,
U.0246 and thirty-nine names: Brandy
urine, J18S.68 and thirteen names: Oxon
Bill. JSS3.S9 and nineteen names; Kent.
15 and forty-five names; Bowie, $713.08
md forty-six names; Hyattsvllle.
H.633.53 and 77 names: Chlllum,
t2.314.19 and 116 names. A majority of
those In arrears usually, wait, until prac
tically the last moment before making
payment, and but few pieces of real
estate are sold to satisfy tire-taxes. The
list this year Is almost one-third smaller
than that of last year.
Joseph Addison, of Mitchellvllle, has
innounced himself as a candidate at the
;oming Democratic primaries for the
nomination of member in the house of
Selegates. He states he Is In favor of
a' local option bllL
Capital Florists to
Attend Gotham Show
DiscuFSIon of the proposed trip to
New York to the annual International
Sower show, plans for the annual din
ger, and the nomination of offlqers was
the chief business of the February
meeting of the Washington Florists
Club held last night. It -as decided to
lave a special car take the Washington
Club to the flower show.
Candidates for office lnthe club were
nominated as follows: For President,
Otto Bauer, David Grobortzer. and A.
0. C. Oehmler; for vice president. Otto
Bauer and George Cook; for secretary.
B. C Mayberry and George Daigllst;
for treasurer. W. F. Gude. and for dU
rectors, David Blrset, Peter Blsset,
John Anderson, William Krnest, R. S.
fenklns, and. John Gutman.
Capital Artist Has
. Exhibit of Etchings
Kuel Pardee Tolman. a local artist,
has a number of Interesting etchings on
view at the Yenable galleries this week.
Ms" most 'characteristic work Is of
local -scenes, such as of the Smithsonian
Institution tower and trees, Thomas
circle, and the Capitol dome. Mr. Tol
man Jsan instructor In the Corcoran
Gallery of Art
A DAUGHTER OF THE ARMADA
Synopsis of Preceding Chapters.
Don John, a retucee from the Spanish
Armada, is befriended by younr Rurle and
his father. Angus' Maclean, brother-in-law
to Black Jamie, the Highland laird
of Kllellan. Don John meets Mistress
Mary, the laird's daujhter. who entreats
bun to flee to safety. Ronald Macdonald.
chieftain of the Kyle, bss discovered
Don John's lore for Mletresa Mary, and
In a firht .Don John kills a man and
hides In a cave. , . ,
BUck Jamie Is murdered. Don John is
accused 'or being the murderer. Mistress
Mary declares her father was, murdered
fay Macdonald of the Kyle. Black Archi
bald kill Macdonald. and also Don John.
the latter I eloplnr with Mistress
Mary, .who returns to lire In 'the .home
of th Leesle. where her child. Mari
posa, is born. Her mother dies and
Mariposa grows up with Bone.
The -Macdonald cave been at war with
the Campbells for fifteen years. 'Now
nuking tor peace, the clans arrange to
meet In Kllellan Castle at a Twelftb
. night feast. Rone suspects treachery and
goes with Marlsopa to warn the Mac
.docalds. Rorie learns "that he has been
betraying bis kinsmen to no purpose, as
treacnery naa oeen piannea on row nacs.
On signal during the feast, each Mac
donald will alar the Camsbell at bU right.
Rorie. wearing the-tartan of the Macdon-
aids." is seated 'between two of his own
people. Suddenly blades flash, and Camp
bells and .'Macdonalda encase. Black
Archibald is killed by Ronald Macdonald.
Rorie and Marlsopa are taken prisoners
by the Macdonalds, the chieftain of
whom, -enslaved by Marlsopa'a beauty,
wishes to marry her. She consents. Rone
'at-first believes it a trick to gain time,
then later has grave reasons to doubt
her. Overpowered and confined In a
prison vault. Rorie discovers, through a
crack In the flooring, that he Is under a
- .-... ii -
When he awakes the merriment above
him has changed to maudlin singing: the
door of hie -Prison Is wide open and a
prestrats, man on the floor. Rorie nearly
mad, waits until Mariposa should leave
the hsUV which she does Alone. Coming
swiftly- to him. she urges hlra to eicape,
tells him she has donj all to save him.
and "that she has poisoned the whole clan.
"With the aid of Bordeaux, who, Rorie
learns. Is in Quest of Don John's child.
Mariposa and, Rorie escape to Glasgow.
The chieftain of the Macdonalds follows
her in hot pursuit. At the bouse of Alex
ander Macmurtrie. who takes the young
couple In. Rorie And! himself face to face
with yeinut jsmie.
the laird of Kllellan.
CHAPTER XXV. (Continued.)
WAS deeply stirred. I answered I
forget what. We sat by the bed in
silence. By and by the old man
"Ah'm on the Lang Road, Janet.
Soothe me the psaulm."
There was sr moment's silence. I
heard Mistress Thornton swallow hard.
Then she said: "Aye, John," and pres
ently her thin voice was the only
sound In the room.
Tea, though I walk
In dale of deadly shade,
I'll fear none 111.
For with me Thou wilt be:
Thy rod. Thy staff
Eke they shall comfort me.
From the Kew Testament Mistress
Thornton presently .read of the two
blind men who received their sight.
Then the blind boy playpd for the dying
fiddler. It was humanly pathetic to ob
serve the smile on the old man's face
when the son made a slip with the bow,
although his errors were born of emo
tion. "Ah could play It better maeel'," said
Blind Johnny quaintly. "But there.""he
added earnestly, turning his blue eyes In ,
my direction, "Ah have had malr ex-,
perience wl' the fiddle. It is no a great
peety that we canna leave amnt us the
things we hae learnt in life? But meb
be the Lord requires our work of us.
Does the Book no say something like
that? Whar's ma fiddle?"
We sat there for hours, most of the
.time listening to the fluttering notes of
the dying, nans instrument. It had
been dark some time when we heard the
watch crying in the street:
"Eicht by the clock, an' a cauld,
Blind Willie started and looked at his
"It Is time," he said. She only bowed
"Surely," I said, "you will not be
going out the flight.'" He was wind
ing his muffler about his neck.
"Sssh!" he cautioned, motioning to
ward the bed. "He doesna ken. I
maun go. The gentlefolk wad no forgic
me that a blln man dee'd. But ye will
stay, freend Hurler."
"Aye, lad." I said, choked.
"And now," said the lad, In the
quiet, resigned voice of the blind and
the noble brave. "I will, be saying
guld nlcht to falther."
I turned ana waitcea into me nine
room which had been given over to
me. I could not have borne the sight
of that "guld nlcht." It was only wht-.i
I heard the tapping of Blind Willie's
stick on the stairs that I dared eo
back to old Johnny's side.
It was about midnight when the end
came. He had been lying still for some
time, with the fiddle on his breast All
at ence he turned his eyes toward hl
wife and said, with great wonder:
"Janet d'ye ken ah can see ye."
When we looked closer we found that
be had gone away from uh.
Then and only for a moment did the
angelic woman, who had tended
through years a blind husband and a
blind son give way to tears. I left
her td her grief, with the word that
I was going to bring Blind Willie home.
She managed to tell me where the lad
was Jigging for the merry, and close
upon one of the morning, I came to
tho place. The dancers were leaving,
and I found myself among a motlty
crew of bedizened women, haughty
gentlemen, and gorgeous sorving-men.
Forgetting my own humble appear
ance", I pushed ray way through the
crowd. Presently I became aware that
I was face' to face with my ludy Mari
posa. 1 hardly recognized her for a
moment so Attired whs slio In splendor,
At sight of me she colored up and said
' "Way r you here?"
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"I came, not to seek you. Mistress
Mariposa," I said coldly, "but to brlntr
home to his dead father the blind lad
who has fiddled for you and yours with
a breaking heart."
I saw her Up suddenly quiver, and she
became deathly pale. She- turned away
and slipped her arm Into that of young
Jamie, who had momentarily lost.her In
the crush. At the same moment a huge
8ervlng-man pushed me. backward 'with
a cry of,. "Way! Make way!" -
I obeyed, too dased with pain, anger,
and remorse to resent anything. I had
done wrong. I knew. I had hurt my
little lady cruelly. I had seen it in her
face. But her thought that I had fol
lowed her there had stirred my anger
to the depths; and even as I stood, the
memory of whence and why I had come,
and the thought of her- in her silken
fineries, still urged me to a hatred of
her vanity. ,
But presently I heard the lapping of
Blind Willie's stick; and In the pres
ence of his great sorrow, my petty
grievance vanished from- my heart.
Four Men and One Woman.
TfO weeks had? gone by and yet
Alexander Macmurtrje had not re
turned from Kllellan. The sober
ing influence of Blind Johnny's
death had brought me to my senses. Be
fore resolving upon any course of ac
tion touching ray future, I decided to
await the lawyer's home-coming, when
I would thank him for his kindness and
explain that I had taken the direction of
my life into jnyxwn hands. ,,. .-
The death .and burial of Blind Johnny
was excuse enough.' during the first few
days of my absence from the law of
fices. The funeral was touching in its
simplicity. We carried the coffin should
er high to the kirk yard that Is, some
of the neighbors and I did.
Blind Willie walked In the sixth man's
place, with his left hand on the coffin
and his tight groping ahead with the
stick. The old man'j fiddle, too valuable
to be buried with Its' master, was laid
on the coffin top, and removed only
after the body had been lowered into
the grave. After all had departed but
Blind Willie and me, the poor lad put
his fiddle under his chin and played a
sad llttl" air over the fresh grave, much
to the horror of the sexton. Then he
Leaving the lad with his mother, I
went to the Sign of the Thistle In
search of Bordeaux. I wished to tell my
friend of my proposed departure from
Glasgow when Macmurtrie should come
back. The landlord of the Thistle told
me that he had gone out and bade me
be seated against his return. It was
while I was sitting by the hearth, drink
ing ale and curiously watching a man
who was breathing smoke from a long
pipe an amazing performance, I
thought at the time, although I havo
since taken to the weed quite kindly
when the tavern-door opened and In
stepped Ronald Macdonald, chieftain of
He saw me as soon as I saw him.
His face flamed so fiercely that Twalted
to see his beard take fire, but he quick
ly recovered and advanced upon me
witli a calm but ferocious smile. I was
unarmed, save for my staff. But I did
not let the Macdonald thln)c I was
afraid. I kept my seat wishing that I.
too, had a pipe to breathe smoke from
to show the Macdonald what a spitfire
"Hech aye!" chuckled the chieftain.
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taking a stool opposite me. "It -will be
a braw day, Cam'ell."
"It wHl' I agreed; "but I'm think-,
ing It will be a thaw before night
come." "Ayo!" he said savagely. "It will bo
"Let us" speak the Gaelic," I said, in
"Aye, aye." said he. "It will better
express my opinion of you.
"And mine of you."
There was a "pause. The man was
taken aback by my apparent ease.
"Where is my wife?'1 he asked, sud
denly. "I have not seen her of late, save in
the companv of tho laird of Kllellan." 1
"Eh?" he gasped, turning pale. Tou
will be speaking of my wife."
"I will te speaking of Mistress Mari
posa. His red face became ntnk,, then took
on a livid hue. His under Up shook, and
he was seized wjth a tit of trembling. I
felt a twinge of pity, was It possible
that this brute loved her In his way?
Were these the symptoms ot genuine
heart-pain, or merely of sheer animal
"Will she havo Jilted you?" he stam
"Aye. this .week past," I said, not
knowing whether I meant what I said.
"Then, by heaven!" tho Macdonald
screamed, drawing his rapier In a fit of
passion. "I will kill him. I will thraw
his neck! I will tear his bowels from
him! I will rip her thrapple with my
teeth! I will -"
His" eyes fell on me, and, Jn the fury
of the moment.he .slashed-. at me. with
the rapier, forgetting that L was not a
claymore. I parried the blow with my
Then began tho strangest battle the
Thistle's walls had ever witnessed. So
unused was the chieftain to the delicate
weapon with which he had late adorned
him that I had little difficulty In beat
ing off tho light blows which he show
ered in my direction. His thrusts, acci
dentally at first, I parried: but as he
awoke to his errors I found' it harder
to defend myself, and was forced from
one place to another.
Out of the comer of my eye I saw, as
I fought, the man with the pipe draw
his chair back and linger in his queer
employ to watch us. The landlord hov
ered around us with his hands in the
air, appealing to us to have done. But
the Macdonald's fury was In the as
cendant, and I was too busily engaged
to pay much heed to Interference.
Up to now I had been defending my
self with might and main, and hard
work It was. Presently, when I was
sure that my end .was approaching, .1
grew desperate. Suddenly losing my
temper, I flung strength Into my Haff
and beat down the Macdonald's rapier
with a mighty blow. Before he could
recover I had brought down my staff
upon the chieftain's head with such
force that It broke In the middle. I
mean the staff, though I should not
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have "been surprised -If tho Macdonald's
head had split, too.
He reeled about the room like a
drunken man. then leaned heavily
against a table and glowered stupidly
at me. As I looked at the pallor ot his
face It, came back to me that .my hands
had once been at this man's throat and
that I had spared him. The same fear
of killing my fellow rushed back upon
me. It was with a sense of relief that
I saw him scratch his head and heard
"Cam'ell. ye have a mighty arm."
"I have. Macdonald." I said; "that. I
would as lief employ it in better work."
I Jiad meant only to express my dis
like of such brutal work, but he. took
ray words In Insult. Dazed as he was,
he again leveled his weapon and crept
stealthily upon me. his parched lips
peeled over his teeth. But at the first
lunge the door of the tavern flung open
and a. pair of arms' encircled me and
sent me flying across the room.
"Aroint thee!" cried Bordeaux, draw
ing his blade. "Ha merciless Mac
donald. Come! Lot burnt sack be the
issue! Fools! Flying: at each other for
a maid who will have none of you
nor even me. though I bent my knee
and swore, by all .the gods things base
and vile. Love can transpose to form
and dignity. A truce! A truce, I say!
Strange as't may seem," he said as the
Macdonald passed and lowered his
weapon, "we are well met."
"Have yo found her?" cried the Mac
donald. "Aye. this very hour," said Bordeaux,
"blit Pah! "Stay nw-wlth flagons. Com
fort me with apples, for I am sick of
love.' Ho! good hosU Bring the peace
pot." Carried away by our lack .of under
standing, neither the Macdonald nor I
were much surprised to find ourselves
.seated together In perfect amity and
with Bordeaux pouring a strange talc
Into our ears.
"Tonight," quoth Bordeaux. "J. who
am despised thou, who art Jilted, and
thou, who art husband to say no more
or less will be horned cattle 'less we
stay thjs murtherous thing. She hath
given her heart to the laird of Kll
ellan." "Then, 'tis true?" said the Macdonald.
Bordeauk seemed a little taken back.
He glanced quickly at me, and there
was a signal In his eyes.
"Aye.i said he to the chieftain, "as
friend Rorie may have said out of the
bitter lees of his love "Tls true; 'tis
true 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis true. "
"How ken ye this?" I put In sullenly.
"By the sensible and true avouch pf
mine oun ears," said my friend glibly.
Dropping his voice and his fantastic
manner all at once, he said: "Tonight
the gay Mistress Mariposa attends with
her lord tho craftsmen's ball. The
chaise that shall await her will bear
her homeward ? Aye, but farther to
Edinburgh! The witch, had bewitched
young Jamie, who hath bewitched her,
and. lo! as the divine Spenser hath It
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lovely concord and most sacred
"AVe?" said the Macdonald fiercely;
but I was too heart-sick, to utter even a
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The ForeaoMFusfaakers. of Anuria.
In the most laeghaM -comedy' of
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A Sequel to THREE WEEKS,
Elinor Glrn'a Fascinating-Romaix.
Sext Wcei Ralney African Hunt Pic
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THE .Tmr.TATIi POrUKAK.
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re Idrcest. Bent, and Most Tapalsr
Minstrel Organisation In Amerlcc
Soprano t the Pianist
9 Tickets $3, W.SO, 91, 75c. on sale, at
Washington Symphony Orchestra j
Uelnrtch Hammer. Conductor.
3rd CONCERT. TUES.. FEli. U.
HELEX UO.NUHUE 11E. Vp,
Tickets. Jl. 75c S0c. "anil 2c. nu oa
sale at T. Arthur Smltn's. 1ST F st.
Weil. Feb. 12. 4:30
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SI. 73c. Boxes
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Prices. IS. 50. and TJ-cenU. Matinees Watlj
except Monday). 5 and SO cents.
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voir MKt-: JUifaiiaJJIl. daily
A French Follr In Two Frolics.
Queens of the Folies Bergere
JOS. J. SULUVAN ana DAVE SCHAEFFErt
Extra Added Attraction KM CanfleM. In aa
Expose of toe Gunmen or New York.
FIUUAY NIGHT COUNTRY STOKE,
Next Wtek-Elllr Watson and His Beet Trust.
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FjrewcU Tour of
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Frldiy Nljjbt Wrestllns.
dOE TUHN'EK vs. JOD LASSLLE.
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