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TH WASHINGTON HERALD HEBALDTVESDAY TTJESDAY Y NOVEMBER N NOVEMBEB271906 27 1906 7
MISSIONS is sioii IN II FAVOR EAVORCat1ioIi EAYORCatholics FAVORCatllo1ics
Catholics Cat1ioIi Decide to Continue ContinueWork ContinueWork CoiitiiiiieWork
Work in the South gotithWILL SouthWILL out1i out1iWThL
WILL RENEW RBN w APPROPRIATIONS APPROPRIATIONSBoard
Board of Managers of Apostolic Mis Mission lUIIIRlon Mhzdon ¬
don House Aclu A t on Finn That Is I to toHare tonave toIIny
Hare IIny Fitrrencliinsr Furrenclil ug Effecl E1lcctCon8hler E1lcctCon8hlerGift Consider ConsiderGift
Gift of UOOOOO 100J 1UOOO from Knights of ofColnmlms ofColum1ntsUay ofCoiunthn3iny
Colum1ntsUay Colnmlms 3Iny Hare an Auxiliary AuxiliaryThe AudllnrTbe Auxill ary aryThe
The boArd of managers of the Apostolic ApostolicIMtesion ApostoUelU Apostolic1Ies1oft
IMtesion lU elon Houee e at t its meeting last even evenin evenfag eveniiig
in fag decided t to renew large appropriations appropriationsfor
for the maintenance of missions missions through throughout tnrooghout throughout ¬
out th the Southern States StatesThis StatesThis StatesS
S This means that the work that has been beenso
so actively aettv CttVI ly prosecuted In I the South will willbe willbe willbe
be continued and Catholics throughout throughoutthe
the country are ar interested because bec us8 it itmeans Itmeaas Itmeans
means much toward Increasing the fol following r91lowing tilowing ¬
lowing of the church churchAnother cqurcnAJIOtbr churchAisotber
Another matter of general importance importanceto i ito
to CntheHcs is the Ui fact that the board de decided de deI deelded deelded ¬ I
elded to wait until the t th Knights of Colum Columbus CoIumbu Columbus ¬
bus raIN thejyoooeo the 1 JJOOOO 8O promised d for the use useof U8of useof
of the Catholic Missionary Union Before Beforefinally eore eorefinally for8 for8finally
finally accepting the donation or planning planningfor planningfor p4annlngfor
for it Ita disbursement The Knights prom promised promIsed promised ¬
ised that the money would be raised in incase IRea Incase
case it ooukl be weed wholly whell for < home homemissions homeml homeiuIa4ons
missions missionsOfficiated iuIa4onsOfficiated s4ona s4onaOmclntcd
Officiated with 1t11 University UniversityThe UnherHltyThe universityThe
The Apostolic Mission House is afflli afflliated anutated aflUtate1
ated with 11h the Catholic University Unlv ralt and andthe Andthe andthe
the the board is composed of Cardinal Gib Gibbons Glbbona Gibbong ¬
bong bona president Archbishops Williams of ofBoston ofBoston ofBoston
Boston vice president pre klellt Ryan of Phila Philadelphia Phlladelplria PhiladelphM ¬
delphia Ireland of St Paul Riordan of ofSan otSan ofSan
San Francisco inelsen Keane of Dubuque Far Farley Parey Farley ¬
ley ey of New Ne York Messmer M r of Milwaukee MilwaukeeGtennon lltIwRukeeGlennon MilwaukeeGiennon
Gtennon of St Louis Quigley of ofChicago ofI ofChicago
I Chicago Bishops BIBho Sfmldiog lcJlDg of Peoria PeoriaMaes Peoriadaes PsorlaMs
Maes ef r Coviagton secretary Feley of ofDetroit ofDetroit ofDetroit
Detroit Horstmann of Cleveland Harkins HarkInsor
or Providence e Moneignor Dennis Joseph JosephOCwutell J JseephOConnell ph phOCoRweIl
OCwutell rector Michael Jenkins Haiti Baltimore BaIUmore Haitimore ¬
more treasurer t a8urer Michael Cucbvhy Cu tlhy Chi Chicago Chicap Chicsgo ¬
cap Charles Joseph J ph Bonaparte Bo PRrte While Whileall Whileall hlle hlleall
all ttte archbishops of the United l ntted States Statesare Statesare Statesare
are associated with those abovenamed in inthe blthe inthe
the rapacity eity of an advisory board all allwere aUW1e allwere
were present yesterday aye ve Archbishop ArchbishopRyan ArchbishopByu ArchbishopByns
Ryan
JUny fn iny Have Auxiliary AuxiliaryAnother Al1x1UnryAIMot AuxiliaryAnther
Another AIMot question q tion of farreaching farrebt inter interest Inlrt interest ¬
est t which w us ws s considered by b the directors directorslast dtrectol5Inst directorslust
last ermine eysan was the proposition to con constitute OOnUtute conatitute ¬
stitute an auxiliary committee to act in inconcert 1ftconcect Inconcoct
concert with the directors from the theexisting thexisUng theexisting
existing missionaries and to give ve this
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THE RED WINDOW WINDOWBy
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By FERGUS HUME HUMEJOOI HUMEcrteit
crteit JOOI b1 G w D DiflIsha 11iePuI Ceeny IIJ
CHAPTER VI VIContinued VIContinuedE VIOontinuedEvery Continued ContinuedEvery
Every E ry morning she conk be seen in her herKurdMt hergard I IIJU
IJU gard KurdMt snipping and picking and ettppteg ettpptegind eItp efipplagoIdlng
and scolding oIdlng The gardens pnte ireve divided cK cKfrom dividedfrom dlrWedfrom I
from the highroad hfwoed l jr a tow 10 hedge h of holly hollyand bollyand hollyand
and hawthorn Jukwthora carefully earefuU trimmed and 1Id pre prem prelS pronntsI
lS nntsI m nttad nt a pleasant spectacle of lawn and andfjwer andn andflwer
fjwer n > wer beds In summer the place was wasKay wugay wasgay
gay with cottage taJJe dower for Miss 1188 Beren Berengaria Derenpria Berengarla ¬
garia being oM lduhloned fashioned herself her elf > would wouldhave woulchave wouldhave
have no newtangled importations The Theflowers Theflowers
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flowers she he loved were sna snPGra paragon < n sweet sweetwilHam sweetwih4aa eet eetwib
wilHam ua h heartsease rt > as and al n those home homely hemeI hemeI homely ¬ I
ly I blossoms such as John Bunyan loved lovedThe 10vectThe lovedThe
The house was a covered with Virginia Virginiacreeper VirslnlaCleel Virginiacreeper
creeper wistaria and Ivy and through throughthe throushthe throughthe
the thick growth peeped the latticed win windows wlnflows windows ¬
dows under heavy eyebrows of gray graythateH graythatelt ra3 I Ithatelt
thatelt It might have been a cottage out outof outoC outof
of a fitter fa tale for quaintRess and its mis mistress Jnlltr mistres5 ¬
tress tr intent t have been a fairy herself in ingtatufe I Iatat instatuPe
gtatufe atat and 1Id oddity The villagers liked likedher Ukedher likedher
her though she was 01 rather dreaded dreadedA
A sharp old lady said the host of the theConnteton theConnlton theConniston
Connteton Arms and quite the lady ladybless ladybleq ladybless
bless you though hhe she do Keep fowls and andducks aftdduck andducks
ducks and nd rlfeughstte titnugh she uo do sell > her fruit fruitShe fruitShe fruitShc
She look lucks Mk like a gypsy TPy by y way UO of dress dressin drMin dresSin
in the day but when ben sb claps her dia diamond dlamaJKl diainanda ¬
mond on at nigbt blots you shes as asgrand asgrand asgrand
grand as the queen herself herselfThis herselfThis herselThis
This report was perfectly true trueBereD Miss MtesBerengaria MissBerengarta
Berengaria BereD rta always dreas dre Mdu d s she put put5t putItanyho putp
p Itanyho 5t anyhow during durl the day but at night nightshe nlehthe nightshe
she > he appeared red ia stiver Iver gray silk Uk covered coveredwith coveredlth coveredwith
with lth costly lee e and wearing wearln jewels of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great vain aI She he hd a weakness for jew jewels jewels JewcIa ¬
els and an had sna nUlY y which she wore every everyevening evMYevenln everyevening
evening evenln People hinted that she would be berobbed berobbed berobbed
robbed as the th cottage was situated In Inrather Inrather Inrather
rather a solitary 1tary position and a quarter quarterof
of a mtfe from the village But Miss Be Bereagaria Bereaprta Besngaria
reagaria wa wac a stouthearted stoutbo rted old lady and andlaughed aadAUCbed andlaughed
laughed such ideas as to scorn scornAs seernAs scornAa
As it was now no winter Inter Miss Berengaria Berengariawas
was aa WI attired in a wincey wince dress with a tar tnrtan 1ftrtan tartan
tan shawl and wore rubber rubberboots boots on her herfeet hwfeet herfeet
feet and large gardeners eners gloves on her herhands herha herbandL
hands ha Having finwbed clipping and andpruningahe andrunlngehc andprunlngsh
pruningahe kept no gardener eaylnff she sheknew siteknew sheknew
knew more than t a tral trained professional professionalshe
she he tripped round to the back of the thehouse thehou thehouse
house e where a colony of fowls pigeons pigeonsducks pigeonsducks pigeonsducks
ducks turkeys and nd geese eette welcomed her hercoming hercOUllII hercondag
coming with much note noise Her hobby hobbyamongst b6bbyamo hobbyamongst
amongst amo Others herBwas < was fewlfurming Co witannin and andshe 1ndsbe andshe
she gave ft up a large portion of her time timeto Umoto timeto
to rearing and fattening birds for the themarket themarket themarket
market As her income was w five thou thousand thouMnd thousand ¬
sand a year there was as no need for her herto herto herto
to wsrjc wsrc r1t se hard but she was as out at all alltimes aUtimes alltimes
times and fld in all weathers attending to toher toher toher
her feathered pets A particularly ugly uglybulldog uSlybulldog uglybulldog
bulldog callod Sloppy Jane accompanied accompaniedher accomPAniedher accompanjher
her Miss n Berengaria did not approve of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the name but the dog would answer to tono tono
no otho olhV so it bad to be b adopted Sloppy SloppyJane SloppyJane SloppyJane
Jane was devoted to her mistress and to toAlice toAllee toAlice
Alice While Miss IISEJ Berengaria was feed feeding feedIng feedtag ¬
ing the fowls and wondering when the thegong thegong thegong
gong would sound for breakfast Alice Alicecame Alleecame Alicocame
came out with 1th a paper in her hand She Shewas Shewas Sheas
was as a tall slim girl with Ith a fair face and andbrown andbrown andbrown
brown eyes and hair hnJ Not particularly particularlypretty particularlypretl particularlypretty
pretty pretl perhaps but with such a sweet sweetexpression sweetexpression sweetexpression
expression and such a charming disposi disposition dis dtsposltion Osl Osltlon ¬
tion that young men fell in love with her heron heron heron
on the spot Nor after a closer acquaint acquaintance acquaintance acquaintanee ¬
ance did any aD see fit to change their opin opinions oplnlon opintorn ¬
ions Had Sir Simon seen her he might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have approved of Bernards choice but buttherms buttherp butherp
therms herp belnsr a standing s ndln quarrel uarrel between betweenthe betweentIM betweenthe
the old baronet and Miss U8S Berengaria on onthe onthe onthe
the rights of a footpath the old man had hadnever badneer hadnever
never come near The Bower for years yearsThe yearsTha oal8 oal8rhe
The old gentlewoman in spite of a rather rathersharp ratnersharp rathersharp
sharp manner was fond of Alice and andMIse andn8t andMisc
MIse n8t Malleson was wa devoted to her The Themorning Themorning Themorning
morning was sharp and cold but there therewas therewas therewas
was a blue sky sk and occasional glints of ofsunshine ofsunshine ofsunshine
sunshine uAnd And I shouldnt wonder if we wehad webad webad
bad snow said Miss Berengaria looking lookingup lookingup lookingup
up Perhaps a snowy S Christmas Ah Ahwe Ahwe Au Auwe
we had them when hen I was a girL But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there the weathers deteriorated like likeeverything likeevtlothlng likeeverything
everything else elseAunt olseAunt elseAunt
Aunt said Alice in a faint voice voiceMiss voiceMiss olce olceI18S
Miss I18S Berengaria always liked to hear the thename th thname themaine
name although she was no relative relativeAuntT relatlvaAunt relativeAunt
Aunt AuntTAt Aunt AuntAt 5 5p
p At the sound ef the faint vole the old olddame olddame olddame
dame wheeled round roundshe she was as active In
committee some electoral power in Uffe Uffeboard tJboard tlihboard
board It was vas finally agrtta a rd that this tfciashall tkfillan thishnli
shall lan be b done and it t is expected oxpo po ted Hint Utfltthe Utfltthecommittee the thecommittee t1 t1committee
committee will be formed before the theannual theannuAl theannual
annual meeting of the directors next nextEaster nextEaster nextEaster
Easter EasterMANY EasterMANY
EasterMANY
MANY TICKETS SOLD FOR BALL BALLCatholic BALLOntllOlIc BALLCatholic
Catholic Knights Flensed with Out Outlook Outlook Outlook ¬
look for Thaiik Thanksgiving flvlnj5 Eve EveMembers EeMembers EveMembers
Members of the donation committee of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Catholic Knights of America are arepleased arepleased re replo
pleased plo sed nth the responses which their theirsolicitations theirsoJlcItations theirsolicitations
solicitations have met from local mar merI marchants xnerchants
chants and business men generally and andin andIn andin
I
in the sale of tickets for the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmont ¬
ment and ball which the Knight are to togive toglvQ togive
give In Convention Hall Thanksgiving ThanksgivingEve Tbank glving glvingEve
Eve for the benefit of St Josephs J phs Male MaleOrphan MaleOrphan MaleOrphan
Orphan Asylum AsylumIn sylumIn
In addition to the personal appeals appealsmade appealsmade appealsmade
made by b the Ivnights nlghts they ask that olh olhers olhers othera
ers when purchasing supplies for the thehome thehome thehome
home Thanksgiving dinner remember the thelittle theIIttIe thelittle
little chaps and send donations to the theasylum theaslum theasylum
asylum on H street near Tenth north northwest norlhwest northwest ¬
west westThe westTM westThe
The receptlou committee oommltt for the ball balland banaad boltand
and entertainment consists of B Eo J Han Hannan Hannan Hannan
nan chairman George R R Repettl Wil William William wil11am ¬
liam MeGulre B Frank Saul and M 1 I IWeller IWeller IWeller
Weller vice chairmen C Krogman F P PMadlgan PIadlgln PMadigon
Madlgan James F Shea F P Sheehy SheenyL
L 1 Cavanaugh M lL McCormick O Luck Luckett Luckett Luckett
ett B B J Walsh W t F Dwyer John JohnFinn JohnFinn JohnFinn
Finn J J Dermody Dermod L B Cook J JShughrue JShughrne JShughrue
Shughrue F J McQwade IcQuad J B Roach RoachB RoachE RoachVoigt
B Voigt Vot t J R R Galloway J A Broder BroderIck BrodttrIck BrodorInk
Ick Dr Carl J Mea Mess J H Ruppert RuppertJ
J W r Bartley T J BlggiW Btggt C C C Wag Wagner Wagncr Yagnr ¬
ncr John Lynch M I A Keane R R J JHartigan JHartigan JHartigan
Hartigan A B B Coppes William WilliamSchwing WilliamSehwtn WilliamSchwing
Schwing Sehwtn W V F Downey L Mangan ManganP
P T Moran F P May J T Callaghan CallaghanW Calla han hanW
W F Hart P J Halligan A A C Joy JoyD JoyD JoyD
D Hannan Dr C E 0 Connor M KIna Kliwlow KInaIo Kinslow
low Io J D Sullivan J Rudden Arthur ArthurSmall Ar ArthurSmall hur hurSmall
Small and W V J Frizzell FrizzellSULTAJT FrlzzeUSULTAN FrlzzellSULTAN
SULTAN SEEKS LIGHT LIGHTWants LIGHTWnnts MGHTWanle
Wants to Know How Uncle Sam Col CollectN Col11eetH ColI
11eetH I lectN Internal Revenue RevenueHis RccnucHis RevenueHis
His majesty Mulal Abdul Azis Azt or per perhaps perhalMl perbalm
haps his grand vizer Izer Abdullah ben benAhmed beftAhmtd boaAhm41
Ahmed of Morocco wants to know some something SOiQatblag something ¬
thing about the way in which Uncle Sam Samcollects Samcollects Samcollects
collects his internal revenue reyeRUe The United UnitedStates UnitedStMa UnitedStttes
States Minister Mtnls 6r to Morocco has imparted impartedthis IMparteclHils IMportedthis
this information to the Treasury Depart Department Department Deportmeat ¬
ment and Commissioner Comn slener of Internal Rove Revenue REtV6nue Roveflue ¬
nue Yerkas has detailed a clerk or two twoto twoto twoto
to get up a statement which will m be trans transmitted traMmatted transmitted ¬
mitted to his b majesty ty within Wlt la a few days daysIt daysIt daysIt
It will go into our internal revenue laws lawsia Ja JaIn lawsIn
In detail and copies of the Jaws and anduiatl rag regulations ragulatlosts ¬
ulations uiatl ftB will be forwarded even Including Includingthe IftducJtnJthe Includingthe
the latest department bugaboo bugaboodenatared bugaboodenataredalcobol bugaboodenaturedalcohol denatured denaturedalcohol
alcohol
Herald W Want nt A Ad Adwill tb tbwill < 1 1will
will be se e received at S Kaon Sons Ac Cos CosInformation eoslRferJltatkm CosInformation
Information Bureau and promptly for forwarded torWArded forwarded
warded to the main oitice
omeei i
spite of being eighty years rw of age agosad agosaduttered and anduttered ad aduttttrfd
uttered an exclamation on seeing the thewhite tilewaite tbewhite
white face of the girl rJ AJte Alice was deathly deaihlypale deahlypaJe deathlypale
pale and cMnging with 1th one hand to tawt some somewirw me mew1i
wt w1i wirw netting Mttie heW a aewapmer M In the tbeother ttMother theother
other Whats the matter mOt auer r child chIWthinK Any Aaything Anything
thing wrong wrongBernard wron11 wron11BerQn1 wmngrHariard
Bernard gasped gaa Alice ItOh Oh Ber Bernard Bernard Hernard ¬
nard Bernard Bernardthis Bernardthls Bcrnardthis
this must be looked taw said u Miss MissBerengaria 1U 1UBerengaria MissBerengarta
Berengaria using her favori3 tavori cxi CItWP5 expres expressluis re restoo
stoo Something tWP5 is wrong with that silly sillyboy myboy sillyboy
boy Whats What he been doing dota child It Itmust Itmust Itmust
must be something Mmethln bad It its la the thepapers theJlaJNtIL thepapers
papers papersI
JlaJNtILont
I dont ont believe belle he did it said Jd Alice Alicetrembling AJtce AJtcetrembllftg Alicetrembling
trembling He is I Innocent InnocentMiss tAnoeeatlias innocentIiss
Miss Iiss Berengaria Berep r1a trembled also ala and sat satdown atdown satdews
down Dot bint at horror horroMl ANee ANeeshe AJIeeshe Aeeshe
she said with an effort e < oct at selfcommand selfcommandIm aelCcoINJIdurm
urm Im not nt for such things I dont sup suppose Imppoee supDoe ¬
pose Doe the beys bey killed any one OIIthouh though to tobe 18be tobe
be sure a at hes a soldier now its his histrade hlatrade histrade
trade tradeMunier
tradeMurder
Murder MurderEh MuniernEb MursIerKb
nEb Eh Whats hatB that Murder Alice Tb Tbold The Tbeokt Theold
old ladys ruddy chinks grew W white whiteand whIteand bk bkand
and she stretched out her hand for the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper Show me she saW resolutely resolutelyAlice rftOIutelyAlice resolutelyAlice
Alice did not hand her tbe apper She Sheseemed SheseflMd Sh Shseemed
seemed almost Imost incapable le of understand understanding UllderstandI understandlog ¬
log I what h8t was a said saidBernard aldBttnu1ld
1 Bernard 5 sard is i dead sue abs > be moaned moanedDead HI88JIC4Dead moonedDead
Dead Great heavens heavensHe havensrHe vens vensHe
He is drowned Its an 11 in the paper paperIts paperIt paperIts
Its It all a11oh slloboh sllobohBreaking ohoh ohohBreaking hr hrBreadng
Breaking off suddenly sudden b she dropped the thepaper tlwpaper thepaper
paper and fted e4 toward the house like a acreature acreature acreature
creature suddenly aroused to life Miss MissBerengnria MiesBerengaria U UBeltatltrta
Berengnria did not lose a a moment With Withan Withan Withan
an activity activit wonderful in a woman of her heryears hffyears heryears
years she sprang to her feet and hur hurried hurried huened ¬
ried up the path round to the front of ofthe orthe ofthe
the house following in the wake ke of the theweeping theweeping theweeping
weeping girl rl She saw Alice disappear disappearinto disappearinto disappearinto
into the porch and enter the breakfast breakfastroom breakfastroom breakfastroom
room where the meal was already wait waiting waiting It ItIng ¬
ing There here on the hearthrug Alice fell fellprone feUprone fellprone
prone Mise Mts Berengaria knelt down and amitook andQ andisok
took Q k her hand She he had not fainted but butcold 1 utcold butcold
cold and shivering was sobbing bblng as asthough asthough asthough
though her heart would break And per perbap perhaie 1
hape It would Ould under this unexpected and andterrible Andterrible andterrible
terrible calamity Bernard was her idol idoland idoland idoland
and now he was dead and his memory
fouled with the accusation of an awful awfulcrime atulcrhn awfulcrime
crime crimeFinding crhn crhnFinding crimeFinding
Finding that Alice still had her senses sensesMiss sene seneMtss sensesMiss
Miss Berengaria nodded and sat down downThe downThe downThe
The best thing for you my m dear she shesaid shesaid shesaid
said in a soft voice Weep your our heart heartout heartout heartout
out while I read the paper paperThese Jftperlhefiie paperThese
These words sound rather heartless but butthe butthe butthe
the old lady Ixd did not intend them to be so soShe soShe soShe
She realized re Uzed that tears would relieve the thestrain thestrain thestrain
strain on the almost stunned girl rl and andwelcomed andwelcomed andwelcomed
welcomed them gladly Alice knew that thather thather thather
her friend spoke for or the best beet but she shegave sheStlve shegave
gave no sign as lying prone on the rug rugshe rugIte rugshe
she Ite concealed cOftCe le her agonized agonlz face while whileMiss whileMIlts whileMiss
Miss Berengaria adjusting her spectacles spectaclesglanced spectacleslanct spectaclesglanced
glanced lanct d through throu h the paper Already the thegong theong thegong
gong ong had sounded the menl smoked on onthe ontl onthe
the tl table and there was wa no fear of In Interruptions Interruptions interruptions ¬
terruptions by the servants But neither neitherMiss M1tberMiss neitherMiss
Miss Berengaria nor Alice was able to toeat toeat toeat
eat In the face of this thi bolt from the blue blueWhere bluVhere blueWhere
Where Is It my dear dearoh oh here Mur Murder Murder Iur Iurer ¬
der er and Suicide A nice heading upon my myword m mword myWorL
word word Rubbish I dont believe a word wordof wordor wordof
of It
ItRead
Read Read moaned the girl at her herfeet berfeet herfeet
feet feetAlice
Alice AIic said stI d Miss Bereagaria severely
before reading read In a word I tell you Ou that I Idont Idont Idont
dont believe a word of it It Bernard Bernardthough Bernardthough Bernardthough
though a silly boy would not kill a fly flynor flynor j
nor would he kill himself Murder nnd
Suicide Oh rubbishrubbish rubbishrubbishBut
But you OU know and I know he quar quarreled Quarreled quarreled ¬
reled with his grandfather grandfatherMiss gnmdtatherMIss grandfatherMiss
Miss Berengaria looked at the girls girlswhite glrrshlte girrswhite
white hlte face as she half crouched half sat saton saton saton
on the rug with lth her eyes wild and her herLrown herlJrown herbrown
brown hair In disorder disorderI
u1 I dont see what Sir Simon has l as to do dowith dowith dowith
with it said she tartly
He Is dead deadDead deadDeadUMlss deadDeodMiss
Dead DeadUMlss Miss Berengaria shivered shiveredYou shiveredYou shiveredYou
You dont mean mean to say that thatRoad thatRoad thatRoad
Road Read Everything Is against againsthim againstblmeveothlng againsthimeverything
him blmeveothlng everything Oh how can I bear my
life How can I live liveAlice lIveU lIveUAllee liveAlice
Alice said the old dame sgaln al although although although ¬
though she was very white If if this lying lyingpaper lyIngPftper lyingpaper
paper means to soy that Bernard mur murdered murdered niurdered ¬
dered Sir Simon I tell you again that I Idont Idont Idont
dont believe a word of It It You who love lovehim lovehim lovehim
him ought to believe in his innocence InnoeenceBut Innoo innocenceBut ncett ncettBut
But the evidence evidenceA evidgneA
itA A fig for evidence Circumstantial Clrcunas mUal evi evidence evldonce evidonce ¬
donce has hanged an innocent man be
DAILY FASHION HINT
A Royal Set in Sables SablesFrom SablesFrom SablesFrom
From far St Petersburg the land of the Russian sable sablei sablewhere i where one finds iJ this thfacostly thfsCOItlr thiscostly
costly pelt at its t most luxurious best comes this charming set Nt which presents presentsseveral presentsveral presentspoveral
several veral new and novel Ideas The chapeau the corselet tho muff mutt are totally dif different different dl dlforest ¬
ferent to what tat we have been accustomed to seeing ng on this side aid of tbe water ter A Asomovhat AlODtehat Asomorhat
somovhat Spanish Span shape is presented in the turban tbe crown being flat and the thebrim thebrim thebrim
brim deep and setting BetUn closely to the crown all around The shape projects prettily prettilyfor preWItor prettilyfor
for just a trifle trt e all around the under part of the brim being mg made In a pale pink pinktulline pinkluJUne pinktullino
tulline that casts a most becoming glow over the face fa and lightens up the some somewhat somewhat me mewhat ¬
what heavy effect of the fur This effective touch of o pink is repeated in the loose loovleaved 1ooMleaved looseleaved
leaved velvet roses that are caught up to the side dull ull and faded tints of rose rosepink roM roMplRk rosepink
pink toning tOl ng softly against the fur Th The muff is one of the oblon oblong and flat shapes shapesthat shaP8Ut shapesthat
that are replacing the pouch etle effects ts that have occupied a prominent place in fashion fashionfor ra fashion1or loft lofttor
for several seasons now and there is a flat fringe of fur an n around a real lace laceruffling laceru lceruffling
ru ruffling 1tn underneath adding to the rich and Dd elegant effect fleet The forseift orselst 1Ie1t Is an abso absolute absolute bee beehne ¬
lute novelty on this aide of of the Atlantic and is oianned rather 4a es s a trimming tlimmln for forthe Cortbe forthe
the gown than as a separate fur wrap or garment The Udf Utl describes its shape shapeaccurately shapeaccurately bapeaeeuratel7
accurately it passing 1MI around the waistline lstJIe absolutely as a does a corselet A broad brogdstate bro broadtaIe d dt
state t hi arranged to produce a bretelle effect and there Is IS a poetittteii IXJ of the fur at atthe atthe t ttIM
the back MckwMIe where incidentally i the fastenIng is effected erectedthai < ectedtJIaL that adde sdd much m sk to its itsoriginality ItsortFaHtT It ItoiitnaHty
originality and a charm
fore now Bernard rimrd Gere kill that aid aidtyrant CJIdtyraRt oldtyrnntr
tyrant tyrnntr tyrnntrHush r rIf r rHub
Hub If ash He ta dead deadAnd 4IeatlftCI deadr deadrAnd
And so we are to speak well of him himsnapped hiM11I himsna
snapped sna 11I Miss > Berengaria Oh wefl weflshe wolrshe 11 11ruliMJed
she rubbed her nose noooweIl < weH on toil tellabout lies liesabout liesabout
about him bl1lL like the majority joIIty of o tomb tombstones tonIbtones tombstones ¬
stones tones do of those who 110 lie U below but I Itell 1tell Itell
tell you foolish girl that you Y are Ber Bernard Bernard liarused ¬
nard did not kill the old man nor did didbe didbe didhe
be kill himself himselfBut hltn hltnBut himselfBut
But the paper IN eI says saysI 1
I dont care what t the paper IMorw says saysMid ys yssaid
Mid Miss M Berengarta resotately IMOIRtel No in indeed IIIdeed Indeed ¬
deed I am a better Uer judge jnd of character aisaracterthast characterthan raeter raeterUuut
than any 7 paper That poor boy was v vilely vilelytreated vlletytIMLM viIytialad
treated by that thattbere there there 1 wont wntword my mya y ya
a word against Sir Simon sa lies ne neaacI de deand een eenand
and we must be lenient But Bernard BernardGore BerMrtGore BernardGore
Gore is I Innocent Before Defore I read I tell t lllOU lllOUthat you youthat youthat
that thatI
thatI
I hope it may y be so cried Alice Aliceclasping AI AIclupiftC Alicsclasping
clasping her hands handsIt haadLnIt handsIt
nIt It Is so said the other sharply and andin a ain andIn
in a truly feminine way tAH 4 All I know kROWthat Js Jsthat isthat
that Sloppy Jane adored him and shes shesnot she sheaet shesnet
not the dog to adore a any one who would wouldshed wauldshed GU1d GU1dsited
shed Wood WoodAlice bIeocIAlice bloodAlice
Alice could u1d not but see that Ups reason reasoning reaonfftl reasonlag ¬
lag was not based on facts But Bat all ll the thesame tbeua thesame
same ua ridiculous though it Was she he de derived de det1ved dorived ¬
rived a certain comfort from rom it Miss MissBerengaria IleaBerenprta lilianBerengarla
Berengaria who 00 had been thus optimistic optimisticto
to quiet the poor girl noddd when whenAlice wh whAllee whenAlice
Alice took a seat t in the opposite chair chairmore ehalrJROre chairmere
more composed and addressed herself to tomastering tomae tomastering
mastering mae the facts of the case Alice Alicewith 11Cfwith Alicewith
with clasped hands stared at the old lady ladyas ladyas
as 5 she oh read silently but with lth frequent frequentraising frequentraatOK frequentraising
raising of her eyebrows and sometimes a asniff asmll asalk
sniff The paper stated that Sir Simon Simonand StIqOftand Simonand
and ills grandson grand on Bernard were ere enemies enemiesthat enelllksthat enemiesthat
that the young man having been hang hanging bangin hangins ¬
ins round the house for a fortnight fortnightcourting tortnl fortnightcourting t tcourting
courting th the he housemaid maW had moored d an aninterview anlatffView aninterview
interview with the elder when Miss MtesRandolph XIaRandolph MissRandolph
Randolph was at the theater He had hadevidently hadevldtotly badevdenUy
evidently quarreled with Sir Simon and andhaving andhaving andhaving
having chloroformed him had quietly quietlystrangled quietlyttaagled quietlystrangled
strangled > him with his own handkerchief handkerchiefafter handke handkerchiefafter hlef hlefafter
after which he lft the house bom Then fol followed followed folhewed ¬
lowed an account of the pursuit and fail failure fatlure fallnrc ¬
ure to capture Gore Gor nHe He escaped the theoflicers theofflcers theofficers
officers by plunging plun lng Into the river said saidthe saidtbe saidthe
the journal Next morning his khaki khakicoat khakicoat khakicoat
coat and hat were found on the opposite oppositebank oppositebank oppositebank
bank so doubtless he got rid of them themwhen tbemhen themwhen
when hen attempting to swim But what whatwith what1th whatwith
with 1th the cold and the fog undoubtedly undoubtedlyhe
he must mu t have succumbed to the force of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the current Finally the paper stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that an inquest would be held within two twodays twodays twodays
days on the dead body At the con conclusion conelusion conelusion ¬
elusion of this somewhat bold article articleMiss ArticleMI88 articleMiss
Miss Berengaria gave a short tough and andthrew andthrew andthrew
threw down the paper I dont believe believea
a word of it it she said folding her arms armsand armsand armsanti
and Im going up to London LondonWhat LondonThat LondonWhat
What for aunt auntTo auntTo 1 1To
To see into the matter myself I be believe boUee hehere ¬
here that Beryl creature is responsible responsiblefor
for the whole thing thingBut thingBut thingBut
But see said Alice picking up the thepaper tMpaper thepaper
paper he was liS at the theater with Lucy Lucyand LueyaDd Lucyand
and a Mrs Weber WeberI reber
I dont care Falling Bernard Julius Juliuscomes JUJlU6comes Juliuscomes
comes in for the money moneyHe monejHe moneyHe
He comes CO in for it even without that thatsaid thatsaid thatsaid
said Alice bitterly Dont you OU remem remember remtmbel remembet ¬
bet that Sir Simon disinherited dislnnerlt d Bernard Bernardbecause Bernardbtcau Bernardhcune
because e he would not give me up I im implored Implored impiored ¬
plored Bernard for his own sake to break breakout brefkout breakout
out engagement but he refused He gave gaveup gaveup gaveup
up all for me and now he Is deadrdea deadrdeadead dead deaddeadead < lea leadead
dead Oh sobbed Alice how unhappy unhappyI
I am
amHow How foolish you are are re said Miss 118 Beren Berengaria EerenSUrl Berengaria ¬
garia SUrl her eyes ot hard and bright ttDo Do you youthink youthink OU OUthink
think a man who could act ct toward you youin YOUIn youin
in so noble a way wa would commit a cow cowardly cowftrdly cowardly ¬
ardly murder and then shirk the conse consequences consequences consequencos ¬
quences Not at all Im ashamed of ofyou ofyou ofyou
you I once loved said the old Imly Imlyrising Indyrising lndyrising
rising and marching energetically about aboutthe nboutthe aboutthe
the room and my lover was a fool and anda anda
a villain Bernard is neither He is a fine finefellow finefellow finefellow
fellow God bless b1es him and bring him himwifely blmfllaCelyout himsatelyout
wifely fllaCelyout out of this trouble He shall have havemy hRvemy havemy
my help helpe yes my best help added Miss MissBerengaria MissBerengaria il8S il8SBerengaria
Berengaria nodding noddingBut ooddlngBut noddingBut
But he is dead deadHe deadHe deadHe
He is I not dead you ou weekminded silly sillyhysterical sillyhysterical i1ty i1tyhysterical
hysterical girl lrl That sort of man has as asmany asmany asmany
many lives as a cat Hes alive l1lve to tovlndl tovlndloate Vindi Vindicate vfndieata ¬
cate his reputation rf > and to bring home the thecrime thecrlm thecrime
crime crlm to the real assassin assassinBut l8s8gslnBut assassinBut
But who can that be asked Alice Alicecomforted Alicecomforted Alicecomforted
comforted by b this assurance assuranceI assurancedont
I dont know snld Miss Borengaria Borengariataking Borengarlataking Borengariataking
taking a seat at the table Come and andpour andpour andpour
pour out my rn coffee and eat eatAlice eatAlice eatAlice
Alice dragged herself to the table and andtook andtook andtook
took up the silver pot u1 I cant eat she sheaid shemtk1 shesaki
aid faintly faintlyYes falnthYet faintlyYes
Yes you ca can n and whats what more joure joureROlng youregoing oure oureolng
going olng to JCo X nonsense with me miss missYou missYou missYou
You and Andl I I have a hard task before bfor us usWhat usWbet ushnt
What hnt is that thatMiss thatMiss
Miss Berengaria laid lolddown down her knife knifeand knifea knifeanti
and a fork with which she was about to tocarve tocarve tocarve
carve a piece of bacon Well I am as ¬
tonished she he said glaring in my
young days da s a girl In love would have been beenashamed beenashamed boonashamed
ashamed to make such a speech Why Vhy
b Mess me havent we sot 118 U > preye Ber BerwtrtTg Berunr NetflJ
flJ wtrtTg buwcenee buwceneeWH1 teellOerwnt I Iwill
will that bring hhn to life MC1 f a said ld Alice Alicebitterly Alleet AlleeHit Alicetterty
bitterly bitterlyIt t tterty ttertyIt
Hit It would If ft were necessary 17 tat H HIsnt Jtt Itisnt
Isnt t BerwuHs in biding bidingCan bI hlsftngCan ttg ttgCaa
Can you be sure sureAlfeft surer werUAIteA surerAlice
Alice MaltaMM said hi the resolute old olddame oWdame okldais
dame If r you were younger I would take takeyou takeyou takeyou
you and send lid you to bed a bread ra and andwaJer andaJer andwaZr
waJer aJer < You dont deserve ve to be loved by bysuch bysuch bysuch
such a man He gave p it up II all for you U and andyou and7ot1 andyou
you believe the wont of him himBernard bl blnBenaard himBernard
Bernard has lie a temper and be might mighthave mlgbtbave mighthve
have bave baveBut
haveBut
But he didnt I know Juto he has a tem temper teMper ternpse ¬
per I Ift admire his temper I saw a him himthrash htmthnBb himthrash
thrash a tramp tram > for throwing away y a loaf loafof loa loaof loafof
of bread and that warmed my heart be rt to toward toward toward ¬
ward him Had I married the villain IIIin I Ididnt 1dtdnt Ididnt
didnt marry and a d he hadnt been such a avillain alIlaa avillain
villain M he was wu I would have bad a son
Just t like Bernardperhans two or three threeDear threeDear threeDear
Dear dear What a loss to the British
Empire that I never married marriedIn IUrtedIn risrrodIn
In spite t f hr grief Alice AJle could not nothelp thelp nothelp
help smiling BIDIU < at this way of putting Ituttl thing thingsBut
But certainly Mis M Miss Plantagenet Pla t was right rightHad righLHad rightHad
Had she b HeR en a mother her daun dauatleaa tiers na nature nature onlure ¬
ture was of the sort t that would have bav bavbraye bred bredbrave hiedbrave
brave tons iOfl for the motherland The old
lady lad was one of those strong tr nS people al always alway 1 1ways ¬
ways to be relied upon in thn t time of calam calamity calaJftIt calamity ¬
It ity The worse the trouble the quicker quickerMtes fJutcker11M quickerMiss
Miss Berengaria rose to the ocrasfpn oc 1lSrD < She Sheprided Siteprided Sheprided
prided herself on facing facln fact facts alleging allegingthat aU allegingthat lag lagtbat
that only in this way ay could things be set settled tJettIed settied ¬
tIed At the present moment she ac acknowledged acknowledxed acknowledged ¬
knowledged silently to her herMit elf that things thingslooked thingslooked
looked black against Bernard Gore anc ancthat an anthal anthat
that he really might be dead for all 11 she sheknew sheknew sheknew
knew But to Alice she refused to admit admitthese admittheM admitthese
these thoughts thoughtsThis tbouchtaThls thoughtsThin
This must be looked Into she said saidenergetically saidener saidenergetically
energetically ener ettea1ly and nd I am going ng up to town townto townto townto
to sea > aboet the matter attcr Hcr When I bay bayheard have haveheard tav tavheard
heard the evidence at the inquest Inqu t Ill Illknow Illknow Illknow
know how to shape my coarse coarseWhat cou couWhat courseWhat
What will in you you OU dor do asked a ked Alice Alicebrightening Alleebrllfbte Alicebrightening
brightening brllfbte lo under ur this optimism optimismWhen opttm opttmWhen optimism4hoa
When acquainted with 1lh the th facts facts said saidMls sakIoIIM soldMiss
Mls Miss Berengaria rolling up her napkin napkinYour napkinaM napkinand
aM when I 1 han formed my theoryf theoryfYour theory theoryYour
Your theory aunt auntYes auntYes auntYes
Yes My theory as to who murdered murderedthe munlerdthe murderedthe
the old d Well Its Sir Simon I mean meanwe meanwe meanwe
we must be lenient to his memory m mery But Butwhen Dutwhen Butwhen
when I have formed ray f theory Ill sec S O a adetective adetecUe adetective
detective and place the matter in his hishands hishands hishands
hands I shall then advertise for Ber Bernard Bernard Bernan ¬
nard nan and we e must see if we cant get gethim gethim gethim
him to come com here hereHe hereHe hereHc
He would oukl be arrested if he did didNot didNot didNot
Not at all I know where to hide him himTheres himThereg himTheres
Theres the haunted room In the turret turretIf turretIf turretIf
If he were ere hidden there no one could flnd flndhim flndhim findhim
him And if any an one of my m servants serantJmy serantJmygood servantsmygood my mygood
good servants srtd the old dame em emphatically emphatically emphotically ¬
phatically denounces him Ill eat my myhat myhat myhat
hat and thats a vulgar oxproseion oxproseionadded oxpro56ionadded oxpremionadded
added she as she placed the napkin on onthe onthe onthe
the table with a smart tap Child come comeand comeand
and help me to drees I shall leave by byttie byttle bytIe
tIe midday train You can send nIl let letters letters letters ¬
ters to the Waterloo Jaterloo Hotel Guelph Guelphstreet Guelphstreet Guelphstreet
street streetBut streetnut streetBut
But I am coming also said Alice ris rising risIng elslng ¬
ing resolutely resolutelyNo
No you ou are net n t rejoined Miss Beren Berengarla BerenJRrla Berengzirla
garla patting the hand laid on her shoul shoulder sbould shoultier ¬
tier d r and turning back from the door doorThough doorThough doorThough
Though I am glad to see that you OU are arercndy arerendy areready
ready to help helpWho 1tolpWho help1V1IO
Who has the th t right to help my darling darlingbut dnrUngbut darlingbut
but I 1UAh
IAh
UAh Ah Miss Borengaria rubbed rubbQdher her nose nosewith nosewith nosewith
with satisfaction It does my heart good goodto goodto goodto
to hear you talk sense 1fDM Is Bernard Inno Innocent Innocent maocent ¬
cent centnYes
centYes nYes Yes said Alice emphatically emphaticallyIs
Is he alive aliveThe alive1he aliveThe
The girl faltered but Miss Berengarias Berengarlaseyes BerengariasfeS Berengariaseyes
eyes were on her and she faltered out a afaint afaint afaint
faint Yes YesNot YesNot YesNot
Not so strong as you ou ought to bo bosaid bosaid besaid
said the aunt sadly s db My dear deft you QU must mustbelieve mustbelieve mustbelieve
believe that be is alive because he Is I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have no reason to give so dont ask me mefor mefor
I Ifor for one He Is I alive lIve and all you have have to todo todo todo
do is 1 to remain here and watch for hi hicoming hicominS his hiscoming
coming Yes It Is more than probable probablethat probablethnt probablethat
that Bernard will come here hereBut hereBut I IBut
But the danger said Alice faintly faintlyBernard faintlyBernard faintlyBernard
Bernard knows neither you ou nor I will willgive willcfe willgive
give him up and this is the place he hewill hewill hewill
will come to The poor soul is being beinghunted beinghunted beinghunted
hunted down I daresay aresay But he knows knowswhere knowswhere knowswhere
where to come to bless him hlrn Watch my mydear mydear mydear
dear child It Is probable he will come comeat cornext comeat
at night Then take him to the turret turretroom turretroom turrotroom
room and tell the servants to hold their theirtongues theirtongues theirtongues
tongues Whats that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It was a demure old woman womannil all Miss MissBerengarlas MissBerengarias inssBerengaritts
Berengarlas servants were aged agedwho who ad advanced advsnced adtsnced ¬
vanced with a telegram for Alice With Withshaking Withshaking VUh VUhsbaking
shaking fingers the girl opened It it From FromMr FromMr FromMr
Mr Durham she said He Is Ber Bernards Bern Hernards ¬
nards n rds lawyer and wants me to come to tosee tosee tosee
see him at once onceNo onceNo onceNo
No said Miss Berengaria taking th thtelegram thtelegram the thetelegram
telegram from her Ill go 0 myself m selt You Youstay Youstay Youstay
stay here and wait for the coming of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that poor boy boyTO boyTO
TO BE CONTINUED TOMORROW
TURKEYS IN I DEMAND DEMANDWashington DEMANDWasl1ingtoIl DE1ADWashington
Washington to Spend For Fortime ForI Fortune Foitulle I
time for the Bird BirdSldAlL nildSMALL BirdSMALL
SMALL ONES HOST POPULAR POPULARRich POPULARRleh POPULARRich
Rich Folk Prefer Quail and Kindred KindredFowl JlnllrcdFowl KindredFowl
Fowl Because Deenu e They Arc Different DifferentMeat DUferent3Ientforc DifferentMeaihltore
Meat 3Ientforc More Expensive Than Last LnstYear J LastYearDucks nllt nlltYearDocks
Year YearDocks Dnclts Are Very Popular PopularRabbits PopularRabbits IopuiarRabbits
Rabbits Arc Also In High Favor FavorsoOoo
50009 t ttlrk terkeys rk j jMMe 11I100 sessooL
1 MMe L ebfckew ebfckew50G9 7M 7M5oee
50G9 5 cafMfig cafMfigMMQ caseeswile 7IM 7IMMM
MM duos dlHlk5M UPS UPS5e
5M 5e oo
1500 ra rakhfia II IISGe 5
2511 SGe iqissla iqisslaztiocu IiIJI IiIJI35ODOO
330000 hindus misty dwywe 1 75IS
we 7 oo P Jliot i4ei i4ei1USS < M M12SM
12SM 12 plum pwUtBgt pwUtBgtTeUl puildlsgeMSiO tp I
6100 tJIArU sazta rrleI srrIi5see T
5 5see qurta elrntaots elrntaotsCalm oN oNCa
Ca Calm and rnsd rnsdTotal 5 5TtKal
Total TeUlThe TotalThe ti tiflte
The foregoing table will give the Wash Washingtonlan Washingtonlsn VashInstonln
ingtonlan some idea Id of what he h pays the theproduce theprodvee theproduce
produce dealer d a1er for torj the good things de devoured devoured tievoured ¬
voured on Thanksgiving A stroll through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the market and a talk with Louisiana av avenue avenue avcoDe ¬
enue commission merchants shows that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we spend a pretty penny for a days cele celebration colebrotion ¬
bration 1 that connnes conA itself to eating alone aloneAlthough aloneAlthough aloneAlthough
Although nearly everything Is a little littlemore littlemore littlemore
more expensive this year than alit the thehouseholder thehoQlMolder thehouseholder
householder is still able to prepare a meal mealfsr meallr mealf
fsr f r five at moderate cost C Including all the thedishes thedl thedishes
dishes dl es which popular tradition tracllU has as associated u6IOdated asocIated ¬
sociated with a Thanksgiving dinner dinnerFollowing dinnerIteUowJng dinnerFeliowlug
Following is an outline of C such a meal mealSes 1 1s 1TwktiJ
800 SesTbsi ii iiTwlwjr
Twlwjr M < t trrasisiibi Ml MlTawfcvttM 1 1c 1y 1lOSe
TawfcvttM 2 c qmitiVeahto o Mta M MVcoMabta
y Veahto1l
VcoMabta t tlit
lit 1l tN Mum It ItTurkey Ieddhsg Ieddhsgrdwt M Ml
l rdwt rdwtIkil r rBtMi
=
BtMi eto A ATurkey
Turkey Crop Short ShortThe ShortThe ShortThe
The slight 1tt increase in the price of ofturkeys rtarkey ofturkeys
turkeys cannot be attributed to a short shortage sbortge shortage ¬
age ge In th tM crop of birds barn for reports from fromthe fromhe fromthe
the he s surrounding urlIg rre J g country in MaryJand and andVirginia andYlrgklla andVirginia
Virginia go to show ho that it has been an anunusually anunuslIy anunusually
unusually good year Y tlr for them the The Th heavy heavyrains IMavyralRli heavyrains
rains of o last symmer dM not cause e the theyoung iJMfOUng theyoung
young turkeys to ills d in large numbers numbersM n nmetl
M is sometimes metl the result re of a prolonged prolongedwet prgedwet prolongedwet
wet spell Advices from points along the thePotomac thePotomac theotomac
Potomac otomac and Its tributaries where the thebirds thebtrt18 thebirds
birds are gathered for shipment on the theriver theriver therivet
river boats that dally arrive here here have havefor havefora havefor
for fora a week peat told of Hue fat turkeys turkaysIn
In the prime of condition coM on their way to tothe tothe tothe
the Washington asblngton market marketThe marketThe marketThe
The taste tat is running rQla stronger sUOn er for forsmaller formailer forsmaller
smaller > birds year by year especially especiallyamong ftltteeianytlMt especiallyamong
among th the very poor and a the very rich richbut rtebHt richbut
but for opposing reasons r Th TIM very rich richdesire richdeillre richdesire
desire something different the very poor poorsomething poorsomething poorsomething
something that costs less The medium mediumprice mediumI1o mediumprice
price turkeys are averaging a ng a good sis sisthis sine alaetbLt sinetblq
this year The breeders everywhere ev ryw rywllivlal art artstriving arestriving
striving to evolve a turkey turk with IUt a long longthigh longthigh g gtblsh
thigh and a big chest so as to give giveplenty IVepienty giveplenty <
plenty of r both dark and light I t meat meatSome meatSome t tSome
Some years 1M ago there were complaints complaintsthat eomplatatsthAt complaintsthat
that the t tt turkey lurk was u all leg g aW ansi no nobreast RO8t nobreast
breast 8t That t was because all II attention attentionhad 1IUUohad attentionhad
had been paid to the th leg turkey and andthe andthe 4 4tbe
the leg turkey k Is > the thing tbl for the family familycircle famll7ctrok fondlycircle
circle where w everybody ef including IMIudtllwanta papa papawants popswants
wants a leg I S But ut the breast t turkey i ithe is isthe Isthe
the thing demanded m bt the hotels hct and andrestaurants andJMtaurana andrestaurants
restaurants where here too tti sandwich aodwlcbJIOtUlar is ispopular Inpopular
popular JIOtUlarDuck
Duck Are Popular PopularDucks POlullnrDueQ POluhLrDucks
Ducks are bringing 12 to 1 U cents a apound aJMIMI apound
pound wholesale They cone next to toturkey 10turkey toturkey
turkey in popular favor for tb the Thanks Thaaksgtvlag 1bapvtil Thanksgiving
giving pvtil feast Geese which come mostly mostlyfrom oJt1OItt mostlyfrom
from the West and are re very abundant abundantthis alM lldantI abumndantthis
this year are selling sell at 9 to U cents a apound aJOUD4I apound
I
pound Rabbits R are in high favor among amongsome ameegesne
some classes and sell I this year for M low lowas Ie Ieu lowas
lOIIe as 9 cents cent per pair in the wholesale wholesalemarket whoreIemarket wholesalemarket
market The warm rm weather of the past pastweek JUtI peatweek
I week has caused many of them to spoil spoiland spotland spoiland
and the health authorities authortti are busy trasybanishing buayI busybanishing
I banishing banlhl all that have become tainted taintedChickens taiatedi taintedChickens
i Chickens are abundant and are selling at atfrom atI atfrom
I from S to 14 cents a pound poundPROF poundi poundPROP
i PROF MONAGHANS LECTURE LECTUEEOcligrlited LECTUREI LECTUREDelighted
I
I Delighted the Mlwsonrl Society Soclct nncl nnclWns nntII nfllnn
I Vas nn Devoid of ScnMitionnRiii ScnMitionnRiiiProf ScmmtlonaIIIllI ScnsatlonnlsinProf
I
Prof J C Monafhan gave padeUcbtfui padeUcbtfuiI ve a delightful delightfultalk deUghttWtalk
II
I talk before the Missouri Society on Sat Saturday Sati Saturday ¬
i urday ur ay and The Herald regrets tI that thatreportorial thatreportorial thatreportorial
reportorial inaccuracies led to a very ery mis misleading misleading 18 18le ¬
leading le account of it It The professor din discisf tit titC1tsH4 dincussed
cisf cussed 4 art and other opportune topic topicand t tand topicsand
and all In I a scholarly way 7 of course courseHeaders eo eoHeaders touneItoaders
Headers of this paper who followed tollo fate fatearticles hartlclei binarticles
articles on educational subjects need no noassurance JtOaswrallCe noassurance
assurance that good taste no less I than thanintelligence thanInUm thanintelligence
intelligence InUm ence characterizes his every ut utterance utterance utterance ¬
terance If in his talk to the Missouri MissouriSociety MissouriSociety UMOUriSoclet
Society Soclet he injected a bit of pleasantry pleasantryInto kanll7Into pleasantryInto
Into his presentation of fact certainly no nocareful nocartful nocareful
careful listener was us in the least misled misledOn JaIsIedOn misledOn
On the eontrary he was 8S heartily congrat congratulated oongratulated eongratulated ¬
ulated by members of the society young youngand youngand youngand
and old oldProf oldProf oldProf
Prof Menoghans allusions to American Americanwomen Americanwomet Americanwomen
women were of o th the meet complimentary compiimenurycharacter comptlmentaQcbunctcr complimentarycharacter
character He said they were the most mostbeautiful m08tbfautlrul mostbeautiful
beautiful and bestdressed women in the theworld theorld theworld
world orld Hl His reference to the architectural architecturalbeauties architecturalbeauties architecturalbeauties
beauties of Washington were likewise likewisecomplimentary UkewlsecompU likewisecomplimentary
complimentary compU men tO He stated that Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsjlvania Pennsylvanie ¬
vania avenue was the most beautiful aye avenue ayenue ayeone ¬
nue in the world and the buildings at atcither ateither ateither
either end the Capitol and Presidential PresidentialMansion PresidentiallIanslon PresidentialMansion
Mansion the most superb and artistic artisticThe arUstfThe artisticThe <
The Avenue however should not have havebeen ha habeen havebeen
been marred by the intervention of the theTreasury theTreasuf theTreasury
Treasury building and its near relation relationto
to and dwarfing the view of the WhiteHouse White WhiteHouse VhltpHouse
House HouseSo HouseSo HouseSo
So delighted were the ladles and all allothers aUothers allothers
others present that they tbe by a rising vote votethanked votithanked ot otthunked >
thanked him for his discourse and afur afurthe afttrthe I Ithe
the society adjourned it was called to together tobpthr together ¬
gether to hear from him a humorous red recitation redtatlon reeltatlon ¬
tatlon and he was requested to again ad address Adress address ¬
dress ress the society societyThere socletThere societyThere
There was nothing the least sensational sensationalin sen ational ationalIn
in any part of Prof Monaghans address addressHernld addressHerald addressherald
Herald Want Ad Adwill Adwill Ada Adawill
will be received at McNultys Cigar Store Store14th Store Store14th Store14th
14th and P Pats ats nw
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By Paying a aTrifle aTrifle
Trifle More Morethan
than the cheap kinds kindscost kindscost kindscost
cost you can get N Auth AuthProvision AuthProvision AuthProvision
Provision Cos Sausages Sausagesthe Sausag Sausagtsthe s sthe
the purest and most deli delicious deliciolts delidons ¬
dons that money can buy buyB7A11 burAl1 buyinrAll
B7A11 Al1 of onr Sausages and nndother andother andother
other meat products are made madeunder nlndeun1cr madeunder
under the supervision of V S SGovernment SGovernment SGovernment
Government Inspectors Dont Dontncccpt Dontneeept Dontaccept
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