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Couple Come to Capital for
Inauguration, and Will Go'
Later to Northwest.
ROCKVIIXE. Md.. Feb. 27Miss
L.ula Beall Gott. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James P. Gott, of Dlckerson. this
county, for several years an assistant
teacher at the public school at Kensing
ton, and Oliver Belt White, of Alaska,
sot) oJiXATrrence A. White, of Buck
LodKelTthls county, were married in
Christ "Episcopal Church. Barnesvllle,
at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
reremony. tvhich was performed by the
Rev. Walter P. Grlgns, of Baltimore
county, formerly rector of the Barnes
vllle Church, was witnessed by a large
gathering. " The church was decorated
with evergreens, cutflowers, and potted
Neither the bride nor bridegroom had
attendants. Three little cousins of the
bride served as flower girls and ring
bearer, ana the gridegroqm s aunt. SIiss
Julia Belt, of Dlckerson, played the
marches. The ushers were Malcom
White and G. Robert Gray, of Dicker
son; Nathan Gott, of "Washington, and
Dade Griffith, of Beallsvllle.
Precedlng- the ceremony, dinner was
served at the home of the bride's par
ents, the members of the bridal party
and a few others being present. Im
mediately after the ceremony, Mr. and
Mrs. White left for Washington, where
they will remain until after the Inaugu
ration. They will depart later for their
future -home ln 'Alaska.- --
Two TirginWToupleswere married. In
Rockvjllc yesterday afternoon. They
were' Miss Minnie Belie Fletcher, of
Fairfax, and Clarence Lester Beavers,
of Areola, and Miss Bessie Jane Bailey,
of Fort Defiance, and Grover Cleveland
Carpenter, of Cross Keys. The Rev.
Samuel R. White, a retired Baptist
minister, officiated for the first-named
couple, and the Rev. John R. Hender
son, pastor of the Presbyterian Church,
for the other.
A license to marry has been issued
here to James M. Hayes, of Brooklyn.
N Y-, and Miss Alta Bell Scott, of
Oak Grove Lodge of Rebekahs, No. 34,
"was organized at Washington Grove last
evening tilth forty-five charter mem
bers. The degrees were conferred by
Esther Lodge, of Washington, and the
following officers were elected and In
stalled: Noble grand. Mrs. C. E. Be
craft: vice grand, MTs. Harvey Selby;
treasurer. Miss G. Darby; recording sec
retary, Mrs. J. Clarence Burns: finan
cial secetary, MIs3 Mabel Becraft; con
ductor, Mrs. Carleton X. Etchlson; right
supporter to the noble grand, Mrs. W.
H. RJdgely: left supporter to the noble
grand, Mrs. N. Houghton; right sup
porter to the iCe grand. Jlrs. A. N. My.
ersj left" supporter to the vice grand,
Mrs. C. E. Crawford; and chaplain, Mrs.
W. P. Amos.
Congressman's Widow Is Here i
Seeking Place as Chief
of Children's Bureau.
Until the women of the United States
take up arms in the interest of chiM
labor laws, legislation tending to pro
tect th.e coming men and women of the
country will lag, according to Mrs.
Robert C. Wlckllffe, widow of Con
gressman Wickllffe of Louisiana, who
Js a candidate for the head of the Chil
dren's Bureau, recently established as
a branch of the Department of Com
merce and Labor.
"I am deeply touched at the generous
support given my aspiration by the peo
ple of Louisiana and Washington." said
Mrs. Wickllffe. "This question or pro
tecting the children has always ap
pealed to me as the most important
problem of the d3".
"Until the women of the country he
gan the agitation against child labor
and for the protection of the children,
the men had given small or no thought
to the little ones. This great country
should not be open to the criticism
leveled at the nations of Europe. whre
children are little more tnan slaves."
Navy League Directors
Will Plan Convention
A meeting of the directors of the
Navy League of the United State, has
been called for the evening of March
S at the home of Cl. R. M. Thompson,
for the purpose of nerfectlnfr a program
fo- 'he annual convention of the organl
zat'.on here April in to 13.
Mo'e than 05 delegates from all parts
of the United States are expected to attend.
WOMEN ASK TO Aifl
CHILD LABflR lis
CHAPTER X. (Continued.)
x""V "UITE unconscious of the watch-
Ucr the two strolled slowly to
and fro before the house, com-
C mulng witli each other Iri
cents pitched too low to be distinguish
able beyond conversational distance.
Nor did anythlng-hint at the nature of
their conversation during the few brief
moments that WhltaKer stood watchind
Of a sudden the man paused, pro
duced a watch from beneath his duster,
consulted it briefly and shut the case
with a sn-p. .
He said something In a brusque tone,
answered by what .sounded like a pleas
ant negative. Promptly, as if annoy
ed, he turned and strode hastily away,
disappearing around the house.
Alone, the woman watched him as
long as he was in sight, her heAd to one
side with an effect of critical amuse
ment. Then, with a little, low laugh,
she went up to the veranda and Into
the lighted room. At the same time
Whltaker.. lingering and watching.
without in the least understanding, or
even questioning why he was doing
this thing so contrary to his instincts,
heard the heavy rumble of a motorcar
on the far side of the house, and saw"
the machine swing-off across the, clear
ing and into the woods.
In the living-room the woman was
saying: "You may go now, Elsie. I'll
be ready for. bed before long.'
"1'es, madam." The maid rose and
moved sbrlskly out of sight.
Her. mistreat, castuwiMWe",erf of
tmbroldered Chinese brocade, which sho
had worn wftlle out of doors, moved
about the room with an air at once
languid and distrait. Standlng'beside a
table, she took up a book, opened it.
shut it smartly, casting it jrslde as If
despairing of finding In It any sort of
A magazine went the same way. She
stood for a moment in deep thought,
her head bowed forward, the knuckle
of one forefinger tapping her chin
charmingly posed. Whltaker abruptly
understood why it was he loitered, peeping-
ehe ias absolutely beautiful, a
creature both exquisite and superb, a
matchless portrait for the galleries of
his memory. , , .
With a sigh and a quick movement of
impatience, she seated herself before a
piano and ran her fingers over the keys.
Whltaker recognized the opening bars
of something or other of Beethoven's
he couldn't say precisely what at the
instant, and even as he tried a thing
happened which drove the music alto
gether from his mind. In short, he dis
covered that he was not the only watch
er outside the window.
Something a movement or perhaps
a slight sound had drawn his atten
tion from the woman.
He saw the other man standing bold
ly In full moonlight, all his attention
concentrated on the brilliant picture
framed by the window: he was un
questionably without knowledge of
the nearness of the other of Whltaker
In the shadows.
And though his back was to the
r.ioon. and his face further shadowed
With Eczema on Middle of Back,
Shoulders, Arms, Legs, Ankles,
and Feet. Pimples and Small
Sores. Cuticura Soap and Oint
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"I was troubled for a number-of years
with eczema on the middle of my back.
shoulders, arms, legs, ankles
and feet. My cao was a stub
born and aggravating one.
The eruption was small red
pimples. The Itching and
burning were terrible, almost
I suffered everything in hot
weather, so I could get but
very little sleep and rest until
midnight and morning. There were little
pimples and small sores on top of my scalp
and all over the parti affected. My, feet
were very sore and the itching awful.
" I used many remedies that were recom
mended to me by friends, but received no
benefit. I wrote for a sample of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and I followed the direc
tions to the letter. After using both Soap
and Ointment two days and nights I was
greatly surprised. The itching and burning
were not half so bad and I received more
good sleep and rest than I had had all sum
mer and winter. I purchased some Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and in two months was
entirely cured." (Signed) A. P. Shoaff. June
Cuticura Soap 35c. and Cuticura Ointment
50c aro sold everywhere. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T, Boston."
Tender-fced men should use Cuticura
Soap Skiving Stick. 2ic Suable free.
by a peaked cap, Whitaker was abso
lutely sure of his man.
It was certalndy Drummond.
1THOUT a pause for thought
he sprang toward him, in a
guarded voice uttering his
name "Drummond!" But the
fellow proved too alert and quick for
him. Whltaker's fingers, that sought
to grasp a shoulder closed on nothing
more substantial than thin air; at the
same time he-received a blow upon the
shoulder that tied been bruised suffi
ciently smart and forcible to stagger
him and evoke an Involuntary grunt
of jaln. And before he could regain
his balance the fellow had darted back
into the dark woods and was thrash
ing noisily away through the under
brush. "Vvhitaker delayed but a'n instant for
another glance through the window, to
seo if the woman ,had been alarmed.
But apparently a succession of sonor
ous ciiords which she had been draw
ing with masterful skill from the
piano had deafened her to the nose of
the scuffle outside. She played on
with ever' sign of total unconscious
ness. Forthwith Whltaker struck ' away,.
and for a time blundered senselessly
through the forest, misled " its elus
ive phantasmagoria, until -i length,
comprehending that he was but dupli
cating an earlier foolishness, he gave
up the chase in disgust and slowly
made his way back to the bungalow.
And yet for all the mystery and won-iTwnf-hls
croerlence It' was1 with a-
somewhat sheepish feeling that he took
a little extra precaution aooui. iock
lng the doors and windows before turn
ing Into bed. After all, what had he
to base his suspicions upon? Merely a
hasty guess at the Identity of one who
might turn out to be nqthlng more than
a nocturnal tramp a skulking vaga
bond on the qui vlve for a chance to
pilfer and run.
If It were Drummond, and a Drum
mond as murderously minded as Em
ber claimed, why had he neglected hU
dozen opportunities that night to am
bush his prey in the woods?
A shade of Incredulity Insensibly be
gan to color Whltaker's apprehension.
In time, with patience, he dismissed
them altogether from his mind.
He dozed off thinking of a fair-haired
woman w-ho sat at a piano, swaying
slightly as she played.
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To reach anyone anywhere, any time, use the quick
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Whltaker slept soundly; but lightly;
tha adventure of the evening had not
been so fatiguing as to rendcr"h'.s slum-
Dtrs proiund, alter his inree oajs i
recuperative loafing. And he awoke
early, roused by a level beam of blood-
reu light thrown through the wmuow
and athwart his mro hi- tlin rislne sun.
He lay for a time languid, watching
theMncardlned walls of his room and
lazily examining the curious thrill of
Interest with which he found himself
anticipating the day to come. It seem
ed a long time since he had looked for
ward to the mere routine of existence
with so strong an Inward assurance of
emotional diversion. He idled In whim
sical. humor with an odd conceit to the
effect that the roots of his soul had
somehow been mysteriously watered, so
that It was about to hureeon like a
green bay tree whatever that mlghC
mean. And with that he experienced
an exhillrating glow of well-being that
had teen more a stranger to him of late
than he liked to remember.
He wondered why. Was the change
in the weather accountable? Or had
the mere act of withdrawing from the
world for a little time wrought some
esoteric change in the Inscrutable
chemistry of his Fentlments? Had the
recent Innocuous waste of time some
how awakened him to the value of the
mere act of living? Or, again absurd
surmise! was all this due-slmply to the
Instinct of sex; was It merely the man
In hlni quickening to the Knowledge
that a pretty, woman existed in his
At I&Bt he laughed openly and lumped
out of bed. At all events, no healthy
man had any business dawdling away
the jeweled minutes of so rare a morn
ing. Already the un was warm, the faint
breeze bland to his flesh as he stood
at the window. Shading his eyes
against, tiia glare, he (surveyed world
new-washed and radiant, the sun ma
jestically climbing up and away from
the purple lattice work of cloud tnat
barred the mauve horizon; the dl-,
tant beach a violet-tinted barrier set
ting apart the firmament and the sea;
the land-lock-d bav dimpled with a
grant catspaws and smitten with sun
light as with i scimitar of tire: the
earth fresh and fragrant, steaming
faintly In the ardent glow of dawn.
In another moment he was at the
kitchen door, interrupting Sum Fafs
flrht matutinal attentions to his teeth
with a .demand for a bathing suit.
One of Ember's was promptlv forth
coming, and bv a happy accident fitted
him Indifferently well, so that thipe
minutes later found him poised onl the
end of the small docK, aDove ntteen
feet of water so limpid bright that he I
could easily discern the shapes of peb-
bles on the bottom. I
OPENS THE IJOOlt TO THE L.AXD
CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913. '
. He dived cleanly, coming to the sur
face with his flesh tingling with de
I light 6t the cool water, then with the
deliberate and powerful movements of
an experienced swimmer struck away
m tne land.
Two hundred yards out he paused,
rolled over on his back and. hands
clasped beneath his head, floated se
renely, sunlight warming nls upturned
face, his body rejoicing in the suave,
clean, fluid embrace, -an almost over
powering sense of physical sanity and.
linmiess strength rioting through mm.
Quietly, intimately he smiled at the
sound, good world, enchanted by the
wonder and romance of life.
Then something disturbed him; a
mere flutter of motion vibrant upon his
submerged eardrums. Extending his
arms and moving hh hands gently to
preserve his poise, he lifted nls head
and looked around him. The nearby
shore-line leaped flashing to his vision
like an exquisite disclosure of Jeweled
marquetry. His vision ranged quickly
along It, from Ember's landing-stage to
that perhaps the eighth of a mile dis
tanton" the water front of the FIske
place, and he verified a. surmise when
he discovered a motorboat standing out
from the latter. It was the churning
of Its propeller which had roused him.
Holding its present course, the boat
would clear him by several hundred
yards. He lay quiet, watching. De
spite its generous proportions it was
a fair-sized cabin cruiser, seaworthy
a r t wv.a W't vu fc
in any ordinary weather on deep water
he could see but a single person for
its crw. Seated astern, dividing her
attention between the side steering
wheel and the engine, she wa
altogether ignorant of the onlooker. He
could sco only her head and shoulders
ahove the coaming her head, with Its
shining golden crown, her shoulders
cloaked with a light wrap gathered
fttthe' throat-' -
Sweeping' in a wide arc as it gath
ered speed, the boat presently shot
out smartly on a straight course for
the barrier beach. Why? What busi
ness had she there? And at an hour
No affair of his: Whltaker admitted
as much freely. And yet no reason ev
icted why he should not likewise take
an impersonal interest In the distant
ocean beach. As a matter of fact. h-
discovered, upon examination, he was
vastly interested in mat direction. Al
ready he was beginning his fourth day
on the Great West Bay without ha1njr
set foot upon its Great South Beach'
Ridiculous oversight. And one to bo
remedied without delay.
A Continuation of Tl Story Will
Be Found In Tomorrow's
lasue of The Times.
Minister's Refusal to Resign
Indicates Plan By Employes
to Fight Removal.
Plana for the. collection of a fund
from cill service emploes to fight, if
necessary, to the length of the Supreme
Court. th question of whether they
may be removed from office unless they
have actually violated rules., js nnder
way, and Is evidenced -by the refusal
of Jenry T. Fletcher, American Minis
ter to Chile, to tender his resignation
before the inauguration of President
Wilson. Fletcher entered the diplo
matic service by way of a civil service
examination. " '" ""
There are many posts in Washing
ton, some of which pay good salaries,
which are. nominally under .the. clll
service law but which are vacated and
refilled with each chance of Adminis
tration. Despite the civil service guard,
these positions retain their political'
character in fact. Their incumbents are
a " . jtW 1 a.
I noi removauio unmr uib ruiea except
j " cauoe.
A Democratic Administration is the
most serious menace, many ot these
men 'have encountered. It was not so
difficult to retain a Job duriug thoi
change rrom tne ntoosevett to ;ne Tatt
Administration. The decision of theso
employes to demonstrate in court' that
"not removable except for cause"
means, precisely whaWlt-aays.. threaten
to roo tne ., Democrats oi mucn amici-
pated patronage., and to 'Introduce Into
a complex situation an. unexpected!
cause of embarrassment. I
Several of the American, ministers to
foreign countries, especlaly to South
American republics, have risen from
the rank. They entered the diplomatic
sen-ice as a career. Many of them, if
forced out of their Jobs- by political
demands, would return to the United
States, forced to begin life over again.
The intended action In court will be
one of the first serious legal tests "of
the stability of the civil service system
since Its inauguration.
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Dandruff. Galled or- Itching Feet. Dr.
Hebras' Ungold Is endorsed by the med
ical profession as the greatest remedy
on earth for poisoned or lacerated con
ditions, 6t the skin.
Ungold heals Bolls. Bums. Cuts,
Wounds, and Sores as if by magic.
Dr. Hebras' Ungold is sold by all
druggists at 50c a jar, or will be sent
prepaid by The G. C. Bittner Co., To
ledo. OhTo. For sale and recommended
by O'Donnell's Pharmacy. Advt.
Antiseptic Powder, In
stead of poisonous tab-
germlcXt, disease preventive or
wash. 25c All drunfots..
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An elaborate operatic prozrsm arransed br
Mr. Inaslo Papanid and Edward M. PapanM.
oc .er lorn, ana local talent.
Ball to follow.
United States Murine Orchestra Band.
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Matlneu Saturday. March 1. 2.30. All
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SrKClAL FEATURE .
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Llent. W. H. Snntlemann, Coadnctor.
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TWO PERFORM-NCES DAILT BV THB
GSOKGE P. MUKPaTT
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Wrestling Friday Night. ,
Amerlcus vs. Lundin.
NEXT WEEK-CUufa Runaway Girls.
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