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hSnWJ fmf THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1913.- Ileal r lie iTri a s ra. . I . ntvw itnujAUicK5: L SPCAKlNe-v : -"- i. . s I T 1 '1 l j i ; )M G00DNS5! gy i ifltPBT 1 ' M v I -SS-A ? mL 2 fcCR-o I L HNs U-10-13 II S I Tfte PABAD&- w srw ar on m Doorstep m He. x wusr -be PAlfteD ahd rep VIHAU JWD Jr evee aho VES .i Tiift- BR.N&- rmg:R.egiMeifrt I" In Bo&ewf MoJr K55 IV MnTflW.!: vntf',. 51 haUJI -- --' J W&f&M IfcT " DAILY SHORT STORY A HUNDRED DOLLARS FINE By MAtlTHA McC. WILLIAMS. "If only I had a whole hundred dol lars! Margaret sighed. Joe Alward laughed provoklngly, ask ing: "What In the world would you do? Start a revolution?" "No I don't know what I would do first that Is, unless I died of sheer hap piness." Margaret answered, running on quickly. "I want so much, so many, many, many things? Only think as much money as I handle. It Is virtually spent before I touch It It's simply dreadful, how one nastes cash paying debts ' "An abominable habit." Joe chuckled. "Still, now and then the gray of It has a solder. lining" "I never get even a glimpse of it." Margaret interrupted plaintively. Alward shook his head at her. "Hope on you're going to." he said "In fact, my business here is to give you a peep at it,'- "Stop maundering, Josephus'" Mar garet commanded Thereb) he knew she was at the end of patience. Josepheus, which he hated sadlj, was her rod in pickle for hit "If people didn't pay debts, even old British ones, I shouldn't have the pieas uro of handing you not an even hun dred dollars but a hundred and one,' He suited action to words ai he finished. Margaret stared at him, at the money. drew a hard breath, got a little white. then said slowly: "You're fooling. I know you meant to be kind, Joe; but, of course, I can't take money from you from anybody. "Then I shall have to make you ward In chancery and put this In bank to vour credit. Joe retorted. As Margaret again caught her breath he told briefly how an outlawed claim- money paid as surely by her grand' father had finally burned the pockets of the man it a paid for to such as extent that he had sent It to his debtor's heirs, with interest, else it would never have cone round the forty-odd of them. Being her mother's only child, Marga ret did not have to share with her half brothers and sisters. Joe laid stress on that also he charged her, now that her wish had come to pass, to spend the money with intelligence that Is to say, upon herself. She agreed meekly to obey Indeed she was so near crying she was ready to promise anything. You are too young for a fairy god father, Joe," she said. "Also not quite 61 OTiAs1 rP NATHANIEL CFomERJE. Being on Time (Copyright 1911) BEING ahead of time may lose a minute; being behind time may spoil a day. You can't catch up with the time you have lost Being late is foolhardy, unbusi nesslike, disastrous, and dishonest. If you are expected at a certain time, or have agreed to be some where at an hour specified, jou are dishonest to yourself and to the other if jou don't arrive on time. Because jou are expected, prepara tions are made for your arrival, and delay injures both you and the party to be seen. Promptness is a commodity, ne gotiable in every market Tardiness stands for failure, and is a forerunner of disaster. The behind-time boy or man can't be depended upon. "Being-there" gives opportunity for "getting-there." Better be ahead of time, even at great inconvenience, than be a min ute late. Always prepare for emergencies; don't take chances with time; time will beat you if you let it Don't agree to meet anybody at a specified hour, unless you are reasonably certain of arriving at that hour, and you can't be sure unless you have allowed plenty of time for unavoidable or unexpect ed delay. If you are expected at the of fice at 8 o'clock, and your train is likely to be late, take an earlier one. Arrival at your place of busi ness ahead of time is an advantage, but an appointment should not be kept except at the hour specified. If jou have agreed to meet some one other than the man you work for, at say 10 o'clock, allow ample time for getting there, though it may bring you in front of his office door before 10 o'clock; but don't enter his office until to, for he may have other duties, and may not want to see you until the ap pointed hour. If vou are to meet some one out of town, requiring a railroad ride, select the train that probably will bring jou there at the time agreed upon, or before, but take an earlier one ff there is any chance of the other train being late. It is well not to notify the party that you will be there at any specified time. Instead, write, telephone, or tele graph that j'ou will take a train due to arrive at, say, 10 o'clock, and that you will immediately come to his office. "If the train is late, he will excuse you, and he can as certain the delay by telephoning the depot If the train is very late, bet ter telegraph him the cause of de lay and reputed time of arrival. But arrive at the office you work in on time or ahead of time. Wait for your employer; don't make him wait for j-ou. If you are "there," you will get "somewhere" some time. If you are not "there," you will get "left'" when your employer is considering promotion and pay-raising. Be on time, and you may succeed. Be late, and you are sure to faiL falry-Uke In build you weigh near two nunareu " "Slander! Only a hundred and eighty!" job interrupted. She went on unheeding: "But I'll re member you always as more beautiful than aun, moon, and stars singing to gether. Once In my life I shall be a hundred dollars fine with the Granger aance just a fortnight ahead." Margaret was twenty-five: the twins. who came next her, twenty-two.. Her momer naa died at her birth, MaJ. Ellis had consoled himself In-six months. His wife had been good to Margaret muting up to her as much aa might be, for her loss. Therefore, when she In turn was taken, leaving half a dozen boys and girls, Margaret stepped Into her vacant place' unhesitatingly the dead woman had for years .been head of the family owing to the rheumatism that kept her husband prisoner most of the time. There was no pinch of poverty in deed, plenty of everything, but it took: managing and contriving to keep out or debt Margaret had a horror of it She tried to make the others share It But the twins fretted not a. little. They were beauties, gay and light-minded, who craved the things they knew would set off their looks. She did not give way to them rather gave up to them turn ing, contriving, making over for herself, the better to afford handsome new frocks and bonnets for her sisters. She would not have minded the sac rlfloes only they were accepted as of right Olivia, Indeed, said openly: "Of course you don't care for clothes lng so much older. I'm Just miserable If I am sot as well dressed as anybody in the crowd." If Alice were less outspoken Mar gaiet knew her of the same mind Hence, the satisfaction with which she viewed her present prospects of which she resolved to say nothing until the very last Party preparations kept the twins very, very busy they had new frocks. to matte, pompaaour affairs 01 paie pink and blue. "Therefore." said Miss Olivia to Margaret, "you must wear your white silk its years out of fash ion, I know but your corn color would simply klU our dresses. "We want to look our best when we meet the .Treat Jan Van wert "Wouldn't It be romantic If he fell in love with us and couldn't tell which nor one from the other?" AUtS cooed. Margaret laughed. "You forget he's a novelist she said. "lies used to making mysteries so. of course, they don't puzzle him. What I'm curious over is his real name. Somehow I feel In my bones It Is Smith or Brown; also that he lisps, and Is about up to my shoulder. "Margaret!" cried the twins In a breath, but Olivia did not forget to add: "You will wear white? That's a good old thing." "I will surely wear white." Margaret answered. "What is better. I am going from Alwarden with Joe and his moth er; so there will be room in the car riage for your pride as well as your frocks." "You'll wait If we are late?" Olivia said carelessly. Margaret nooded carelessly, saying: "Else leave Joe on guard. But you had better be In time. Remember, It Is the early girl that catches the beau sometimes." "Not If she hapened to be born too early," Olivia said with airy Insolence. Joe was waiting at the head of the stairs. "Take your time Mater dragged Margaret in the minute they had their cloaks off," he said almost gloomily. Olivia asked In a whisper: "Is Jan Van Wert here?" Thereupon Joe nodded, cleared his throat and said: "Don't you get heart failure over It he's quite ordinary." ''Where did you meet him?" the twins demanded In a breath. "Nowhere," said Joe. "Only I know some things about him that make me know he's a sort of Imposter." "Well! Your aunt has Invited him and his book Is a best seller," Olivia said, tossing her head, and darting Into the dressing room after Alice. They came out quickly Joe had hardly shifted comfortably to the other foot He frowned, and looked glum so much so Olivia called him a boor. Still she was rather glad of appearing under his es cortthe Alwards were leaders and If Joe had not done so much In the law. his wife was not likely ever to starve. He rather effaced himself as they greeted the hostess. She took him by both shoulders, faced him about and said clearly over his shoulder: "Dear people look at Jan Van Wert! who has made me the proudest aunt In all the United States." In the hum and hubbub that followed. Olivia and Alice kept together look as they might they could find no elder sis ter. Presently, when the stir had quieted a little, they saw Mrs. Alward coming from, the music room, with It could not be, tret was Margaret. t ner elbow. It was a transformed Margaret, In white, to be sure dinging, vaporous white that set off her "healthy freshness as mlst.does a budding .ruse. Touches of gold anil scarlet gave It distinction. She waved delicately ft carved ivory fan, and walked In white slippers, with gold heels and buckles. Her hair was no longer plain rather the mass of It lay In bur nished waves like a crown. Altogether she was magnificent tbey felt It so magni ficent she made their prettiness seem tame and pale. Joe stepped to her side. caught her hand and kissed It openly- Just as Us mother said loudly: "Congrat ulate roe, everybody, on my new daughter. (Copyright, mi) Motion Picture N. A Daily Feature eWS In The Herald This dally news restore of Th. Washington Herald Is for the bene fit of everybody Interested In motion pictures. Suggestions, comments, criticisms. Inquiries, and questions Invited Ad dress communications to Motion Picture Editor. Washington Herald. HERALD WANT ADS. HELP WANTED. MALE. CARPENTHR FOR HOUSE REPAIR- nt.iTnipn r A T TIT-KIT ETT TrnTtTClLfATtf? state whether nonunion or union Ad- dress c r.. tnis omce. wlNTED-flPlfira?- BOY. APPliY C1R CULATION DEPT.. The Washington Herald. . EOE BENT HOUSES. RJ 6th nw Jtr4K..J0)TSll3 Calvert, lfttb ..JfflOO 1 St. if., 9t&b.. esousn a St. nv, lOrib. tS-JO 1CS 11th .. Drib SS.00UIS Eaclld. lOr&b... r M un inn nw ht&d o oo 1211 L St. n., IrAb JTJO Id Adams 8L. trAb 3 50 in Fairmont. (rab.SU 1st R St. ne.. trib. as lam A Ht w. rrAHMW jsz jJth bw lorfrb a rsira rth sc &. 7r.... u.s t Ht Jrib.... 30.50 IX Himrd. Sr&b.. 40.90 lt( W 8t n frb3- cm i. hi. Be ar.. Trab.. ZLM FIRST-TIME HEELS SHOWN TODAY. rtmtom" (8U tatnrr), Pictwic. Thlero" (Viucnrt). Ilclwfck. "The FcrttcT Dinrhttr" (Edim), Pllm. "Broncho BUb" Stent" (Eteuii), Piluxw "Th Sllrot Wtrnini" (Eikm), PiUce. "Dm End of the Iloid." Emma. "Uirthi'a Dedaba" (Anxrlruil, CbloniiL "Th rowtr of the Sa" (RelUnce). ColonUt "M1U W Drink-Scull Town Act" (Kryatooe), OoloaUl. "Sbmna of lift" (EntUsh fcatnre). Vfaxlaia. "lUtUe of Grttjiboiz" (frtturc). flail. That the Vltagraph Company allows no opportunity to pass by unused Is shown in the forthcoming release of a story writ ten around the recent throning of John Bunny and Lillian Walker as King and Queen of the Coney Istand Mardl Gras. In the film Flora Finch appear as Bunny s wife, who is Jealous of his Queen, and Willie Van is seen as Lillian Walker's sweetheart also madly jealous. The case ends up In the police court with Bunny making a ludicrous appearance In his royal robes and crown. Another timely Vltagraph is "The Diver." featuring Mile. Ideal, who Is seen In audevllie as tenus only rival. An Incident of this picture is Mile. Ideal's reproduction of "September Morn." In the "Flying A" production, "His First Case" are given exhibitions of what may well be termed the most daring rid ing feats ever portrayed In a moving pic ture. Jacques Jaccard, a recent acqulsi tion to the "Flying A" companies, is the rider, and plays a close second to Harry von Meter, the "lead In the production. Jaccard leaps from his hone onto the rear platform of a fast-moving train. He Is followed by "Chick Morrison, as sheriff, who duplicates the "stunt" ar rests his man. and the to together leap from the train. The love of an Indian youth and maid for each other brings about some ab sorbing situations In the new Kalem picture of the Southwest! "An Indian Maid's Strategy." Koti. a Hop! warrior, learns that his sweetheart Wanda, Is being compelled to marry White Eagle, the son of the Ute chief. The Hopl waylays the Ute and after a terrlfflc knife duel seriously wounds the man. Wanda escapes with her lover. The Utcs appeal to the com mandant at the army post Lieut Breen Is sent in pursuit Wanda Is captured, but Koti escapes. Koti disguises as an old squaw and enters the fort Aided by her sweetheart Wanda escapes. The two are seen by Breen. who follows. Koti obtains possession of the officer's pistol through startegy. Wanda saves the white man's life. The girl tells Breen of her love for Koti, and of the provocation which taused the man to fight the Ute. Breen thinks of his own sweetheart Returning to tne rort ne reports the lovers as having eluded him. Augustus Carney, creator of the fa mous Alkali Ike character, has left the Essanav forces. The comedy star has been seine- the slsrhts of New York this week, preparatory to a long vacation trip abroad. Carney has at present no pians for the future, the securing of a real vacation being his sole ambition Just now. A royal welcome was extended to the Western actor by the members of the Screen Club, who did their best to make him enjoy his stay In Gotham. This was his first visit to New York in five years, as ho has been kept busy In the sage brush with his Alkali Ike character. Paris and the Emerald Isle are Mr. Carney's principal objective points when abroad. In Paris he Intends to stay as long as he is interested, and he will then finish up in Ireland, the land of bis birth. which he has visited but once since leav ing It as a youngster. The Vltagraph Company of America has introduced In a moving picture the world-famous "Ideal," the aquatic won der. This marvelous woman, who Is said to be the roost beautifully formed speci men of femininity in existence, assumes the lead in the Vitigraph life portrayal entitled, "The Diver." It Is not a sen sational drama, nor purely spectacular. It Is a drama of real life, in which "Ideal" arouses the Jealousy of a woman rival, piqued by the attentions "Ideal" receives from her devoted admirer, and with whom the other woman is deeply In love. To satisfy her hatred, she secretly lays a plot whereby she makes It appear that the husband of her hos tess Is enamored of the beautiful "diver." The wife snubs and Ignores her. The truth, however. Is revealed when the suspicious wife is visiting Niagara Falls with her husband and lit tle daughter who is playing In a tethered boat In the Niagara River. The boat Is set adrift by some thoughtless boys. and Is fast being drawn towards the great falls. On the brink of the great descent of waters "Ideal" plunges into the seething torrent and snatches the child from a horrible and certain death. Just as the boat is carried over the brink of the fathomless abjss. Just pre vious to this thrilling incident and during her stay at the home of the hostess, "Ideal," for the benefit of a lawn fete given in her honor, gives an exhibition In a specially-built tank on the grounds of the palatial home, surrounded and attended by all the grandeur of at Grecian court "Elle Ideal." during one of her theatri cal trips, and while appearing In one of the theaters of Harrlsburz. Pa., de cided that she would pose as a "Sep tember Morn." With this object In view. she stole down to the banks of the Susquehanna River and posed before the camera. The Vitigraph company has reproduced from this photograph a pic ture of her as "September Morn." "The Diver" will be shown at a number of local theaters this week. WORK ORDERED SUSPENDED. Construction of rnbllo Comfort Sta tion Held Up by I'rotrat. Work on the public comfort station on the H Street side of Lafayette Park has been ordered suspended by CoL W. W. Harts, Superintendent of Public Build ings and Grounds, at the Instance of Rear AdrlrM Charles IL Stockton. U. S. N.. retired. Admiral Stockton has asked the sus pension of the work as the representa tive of the vestry of St John's Protes tant Episcopal Church, at the corner of H Street and the Avenue of the Presi dents. The vestrymen have filed a re quest that the location of the proposed public comfort station be changed, and the work has been held up pending request Secretary Garrison Is en routa to Washington after a trip of inspection to the Panama CanaL He is expected at the War Department tomorrow. Helena, Mont reports Chippewa In dians living on dog meat HERALD WANT ADS. LOST AND FOUND. LOST 8UNDAY, IN NEIGHBORHOOD of Zlet and G Sts. nw., black handbag, containing money, cards, key, &c. 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T BOtVLli WJV 1 North Carolina Are. ne. Ua. 3C9. CATS. DOGS. AND BIRDS. SCnMIlVS B1BD AND PET STOCK EMPtV mnn. TW Hth St n THE U011E OV PETS" Caiiriea, Panola. Cats. Dora. Monkera. Babbits. Grine tlji. Poultry. Gold Fiah. Aoojicss: medi cine tor etrrj ailment Aik for crw catalogs, rhfne Main 2t9t WINDOW CLEANING. IEGAL NOTICES. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE Dis trict of Colombia, aj a court o baskraptcr. la th matter of Max S Johnson, bankrupt. la bankruptcy. No. J3. Notice i berebr ciwi that the atoTF-namd bankrupt baa filed bis petition lnying for a disefcan from all bis debts in btuk raptcy. and that bis creditor and other persons la Interest srs required ta enter their sppearaore la oppositioa. If any devira. in the clerk' of ficr of said fnurt. on or befsr th ELh day of D.-mber. a WILLI M If. H.1LLAM. Ref eree In Bankruptcy IN THE SUPREME COURT Of TUE DISTRICT of Columbia. As a Court of Buikruptcy la the matter of Jacob F EUinc, Bankruptcy. la Bank raptcy. No. OS. Notice is hereby giren that the shore-named bankrupt haa tied his 1-rtJtk praying for a diacharTe frrtu all his debt la bankruptcy and that bis creditors and other pence in inter est are required to enter their aprearance in oppo sition, if any so desire, in tbe Clerk's office of ?H Court, en or before the STH DAY OF DECEMBER 1913. WILLIAM M. HALLAM. Referee in Bank ruptey. PROPOSALS. OFFICE OF TI1E COMMISSIONED. DISTRICT of Colombia. Noeember 1. 1911 Sealed proposal! wU be receired at tbe ofice of tbe Secretary of tno Beard of CMnmiaalonen. room 509. District BaUdlnf. until 2 o'clock p. m. DECEMBER 13. 1913. for tb construction cf a Central Hteb School Bonding: No. ITS. to accommodate SOO pupils, to be located be tween Eleventh Street. Thirteenth Street. Fiona Ascnne. and Clifton Street Northwest, Wahlsstoa. D. C. Blank forms of proposal, specifications and all neensarj information may be obtained from the Chief Clerk. Engineer Department, room 7. Dis trict Bnildlnr. Washington. 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