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-Aitz :.- -- ""J-. vtv r' rfj-s --r"-ij?r A ? ?' , 1 10 THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4 1915. iV-j-'r' i'"'-J;ivI4i5:W'F "-v'-"-'-.!r s -sfs;''- -' -A--";jCfe.--t," ,4vii.-rvff!p5''v- wv..!i.i;: -d?V t 25,000 WILL ATTEND RITES ON WHITE LOT Benediction to Follow Parade of Holy tyame Society Next Sunday Afternoon. Approximately Z,000 persons are ex pedtad'to attend benedictloaean the White Uot. next Sunday afternoon following a parade of the Baltimore and Washing ton members of the Holy Name Society up Pennsylvania avenue. The marchers will be reviewed by the papal delegate to the. United States. Rlgl Ight Rev. John Bonzano, and other dignataries of the i Catholic church, from a stand at Fif- J teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. .A a..1.. .. .I... AVKX.illl.a tn. I An altar will be erected at the west side of the Washington Monument, around which the marchers and public will assemble after the parade. The sermon at the service will be delivered by Rev. William Meagher, of New York, formerly pastor of St. Dominic's Church or this city. The parade will be led by an escort of mounted police and will be divided Into three sections. Following the" police will be Chief Marshal Harry A. Walsh and taff. MaJ C. Eugene Edwards will be ihicf of staff. Michael D. Schaefer. I'M-Mdrnt -f the nr"li-diorean union of the fociety, accompanied by the" local oiin-.-rs ! the union nil! follow. The first section of the parade will i onsist of the 3.000 Baltimoreans. head ed by Joseph H Smith, president of the Baltimore bianch. The Washington churches will make up the other two sections, headed by John Hadley Doylo, president of the local branch. A feature of the local sections will be the Third Sunday Brigade, of St. Aloy slus Church. I.0M in number. The bri gade will be headed by Marshal Thomas II. McNamee and Rev. fcuccne De L,. Jlc Uonnelll. the founder of the brigade. Father McDonnell was recently trans ferred from this city to Philadelphia, hut has been granted permission to head his old brigade next Sunday. In the reviewing stand will be the papal delegates. Bishop Corrigan. of Baltimore; Bishop Shahan. rector of Catholic fcni ersity; Bishop Currier, of Mantanzas. Cuba: Mgr. William T. Russell, of St. Patrick" Church: Mgr. Mackin. of St PauKs. and Mgr. I-ee. of St. Matthew's. Capt. Harry A. Walsh, chief marshal, has called a meeting of the division mar shals to be held at the Immaculate Con ception School at o'clock Wednesday night, at which tinal arrangements will l.e made. There will be more than twenty-five bands of music in the parade, in addition to the Juvenile band of St. Mary's In dustrial School. Baltimore, and the fife and drum corps of Cushing Camp. Sons of Veterans. Special trains will arrive from Baltimore every ten minutes from 11.30 until 1-Sfl o'clock Sunday afternoon. TOMORROW'S MENU. uitiKrvr. 1'eara 111 - aitd Meat Croquettes Toj-t Coffee 1. 1 .-WIIKON OK M PPCIt. fo'ci Ham l li x and Jelly Salad (iraham Bread Niu .ill 1a DI.VVKR. rtzir Lfltm-c r up Comitl IWf ":a.!iM ltal Kritd KpcpUrtt Tomato salad Marrdome ff 1'nut Rice nd mat croquettes Any breakfast dish that can be prepared the day before has a decided advan- tage. and in this class come various m a iiiuii .i uic vu. -... 1 -ti, Married Life. of Hrlen and War mlttee on arrangements In the Immacu- ren, appearing exclusively in thU pa late Conception School last night It per, ! the only xerle. noir l.elnc writ was announced that at least 18.000 mem- ten by Mabel Herbert Urner. bers of the society will be In line. Of this number the thirty-six parishes f,aEAR ,h;s ;. th su s;d B,Umo,wU1 Pnd 'n TSft-fSSl I J objected Helen, as Wren 'vioele m """ent at -1-30 L ni0ved two camp chairs near sorts ol -roquettes wlucn can Re mix- ,,Ai i j v. -.1. ru.n,. T-T'11 d. and molded beforehand and need' "Oh, some gold-brick scheme. He 11 only be fried In the morning. Espe- land em, too. The old woman lias cially good are rice and meat cro- j the money she s the one he s aiten iiuettcs which can be made of any! As though to escape his importum-left-over meat put through the meat ' ties, the woman now rose, smoothed chopper They call for one cupful of i )lf r' ac; skirt and walked to the .ooked rice and one cupful of chop- I . -. r u,e boat pert meat, one teaspoonrui ot salt, n little pepper, two tal.lcspormfuls of butter .half :. cunful of milk and one lieaten egg. Pu the milk in a double boiler and let it boll, add the meat and the rice and seasoning When it boils add the beaten egg and stir thor oughly Allow It to cool thoroughly Then shape In croquettes, dip In egg and roll in powdered bread crumbs Set aside till the next morning when hey can be placed in the wire has-1 cet and fried In deep fat. , ket Cheese and jelly salad Arrange' cream cheese balls on crisp lettuce leaves, dressed with French dressing, and dot with bits of currant jelly. Macedolne of fruits The beauty of this dainty dessert depends on the freshness and color of the fruits used: and since any combination of the vari ous fruits In season may be used, an almost endless variety of fruit mae Uoines can be made. Trepare a pint and a half or three cupfuls of clear, rather weak, slightly sweetened wine Qr lemon jelly To this add a table spoonful of shredded, blanched al monds, as many pistachio nuts, shred ded, if they are liked, and then what ever fruit you desire. A banana cut in dice is always Rood; and at this sea son a ripe, luscious peach or two, cut in small chunks, a couple of green case' cut In lengthwise segments, or some ripe purple plums in slices and a few- apricots may be added. Pour the Jelly in a border mold. If you have one If not. pour It In an ordinary mold and In the center of the mold place a small bowl or glass. When the Jelly Is set. remove the glass by rub bing the inside of it with a hot cloth to melt the Jelly next the glass. Fill the cavity with slightly sweetened whipped cream. w'BHBBaBBawj IF YOU MUST HAVE OTHER TEETH THAN YOUR OWN, BY ALL MEANS HAVE MY EUREKA ESS TEETH They are the best reproduction of nature's own possible to make. Do all that natural '" teeth do chew the food prop- Al erly enable Jgaft sine; without ment in perfectly. Csld Croirn ad Bridge -Work, $3, K & $5. mrix DR. WYETH, 427-429 Seventh Street N. Oaa. Laanburgh Bro, (Iter Grand llaloa Tea Co. Largest and Moat Thar- uckly Eaalpped Parian la Waaalastoa. J cSB5BgSsS5SSSIS?5SCSSBgsjaj BBnaBBBBHBF ' aaBBBHal JEvw' vBJPBBJ Mabel Herbert timer. This series la continuation of "Their Harried Life," prodnced ljr " . . . J . . f the railing. "It won't be when we get started the boat turns." Shading her eyes from the glare, Helen gazed down at the gangplank, crowded with baggage-laden passen gers. There was a rush for chairs and places. The upper deck was fill ing up. A .hoarse blast, a shuddering of ma chinery, and they swung off. Until now the St Lawrence had been to Helen only a name the outlet of the Great Lakes of her school days. She remembered the very map in her old Mitchell's Geography, with the blue inked river up near the margin. And this was the St. Lawrence this broad stretch of sun-glinted wa ter. And that was Quebec they were leaving that picturesque old city with its gray turrets surmounting the sheer, rocky cliffs. "Well, we had three pretty good days there after all," mused Warren, looking back at the fortress-like cha teau. "That was a rotten place we struck the first night, but we were mighty comfortable at the Frontenac Here's where we turn. Now along here we'll get some fine scenery." With his hat pulled over his eyes, he settled back to watch the densely wooded shores, now riotous with Oc tober coloring. It was an ideal day for a river trip. The water, reflecting the cloudless sky, was an indigo blue, frothed into white caps by the breeze. "Oh. dear, take a deep breath," in haled Helen. "This air's wonderful!" "Get that conversation back of us?" His tone was guarded. "That's a promoter trying to rope in that old couple." In a swift side glance Helen saw a well-groomed, aggressive-looking man talking earnestly with a typical old farm couple. "Two thousand invested now will nM i r - -"-St double in two years," in a deep, i.r ircing voice. "This is the last block of stock at fifty cents. Next month you'd have to pay sev enty." Helen could not catch the woman's mumbled answer, but she could see her bare, work-roughened hands nerv ously fumbling with a shabby hand bag. "Why, if we didn t want to dis tribute this stock, I could've sold this whole block last week to a man in Toronto who's worth a couple of million. He was sore when he couldn't get but five thousand shares." "Prettv raw," muttered Warren. "You'd "think even those hayseeds wouldn't fall for that." "Dear, what is it? anxiously. ...,. . - . ,,, .. p,rtr he'e hU sister and T By George she s nis sister, ana I believe the old codger s in the deal, whispered Warren, who could now hear the two men talking alone. With cautious carelessness, Helen moved her chair closer. Then the house she lives in and , thousand you think that's ,, , , "v, ... . ..-,' ,,:,. a" she s gt? The promoters voice was discreetly lowcrcu. . "Par's I know, but she s closed- mouthed never talks ot her attairs. "Well, the more you can get her to invest the larger your commission. If she puts in the two thousand that means four hundred for you." "She's pretty set, but I'll try Sh-sh. here she comes." "Oh, did you hear that?" Helen was aquiver with indignation. "He's dc-i liberatcly plotting against his sister." "Sure, he's going to get a rake off." shrugged Warren. "Not as green as he looks." "Oh, how awful! Somebody ought to tell her!" Warren yawned, and took up a magazine. But Helen, now thoroughly; aroused, still listened to the murmur ed conversation. The glib-tongucd promoter argued with fluent elo quence. "Re careful, thev'll eet on to you. cautioned Warren sharply, as in the ' intensity of her interest she kept look ing back. "Oh, it makes me wild! It you d only take her aside and warn her! Dear, why couldn't you? Think of one to talk and the least impedi speecn ana ni C': They cost. Filling la Gold, SIHer. Platinum and I'orcelain. 50c to $1.00. painless dentist W. Honrm. 8 a. . ta 8 a. am. Saadaya, 10 t 4. THE MARRIED LIFE OF By MABEL HERBERT URNER. Originate of "Their Carried Life." Author tf Tha Jearaal of a Neglected Wife." The Womb Alone." Etc. Helen's Reckless, Generous Impulse Is Received With Frigid Disapproval. (Copjright. 1915.) the two thousand dollars all her savings!" "Think I'll make a fool of myself? It's none of my funeral." Absently Helen watched a sea gull hovering over the boat with tilted, motionless wings. Her mind was full of vague, impulsive plans. A note could she slip the woman a note? "Do not invest with that man. Even your brother " No, she must not mention the brother. "I don't want to overpersuade you," came the promoter's suave voice. "All I can say is you're very foolish if you let this chance slip." Yes, it sounds very good, falter cd the woman apologetically, "Good? It's the chance of a life time. But of course," with well feigned ''difference, "if you'd rather keep your money in a savings bank at only four per cent that's for you to say." There was a general stir in re sponse to the luncheon horn. Most of the passengers promptly made their; way down to the red and white salon. Warren chose a table at the far end. They were hardly settled when a steward ushered the old woman and her brother seats almost opposite. "Now don't stare 'cm out of coun tenance. What's struck you anyway?" "Was I staring? Dear, I can't think of anything but that poor woman." "Huh, that happens every day. Those promoters flourish on women like that. Long as they don't use the mails the law can't touch 'era." "dh, the law the LAW!" with feminine scorn for the inadequacies of the law. "Lamb or fricasseed chicken?" curtly, his interest on the menu. "Oh, anything. Warren, do you really think her brother wouM " "For Heaven's sake drop it and eat your lunch!" When thev went back up on deck. the promoter, now fortified with drawings and booklets, again sought out his victim. Though farther away, Helen could see his emphasizing ges tures and the woman's anxious inde cision. "Still at it?" grunted Warren. "Thought he'd land her before now." "Is there NO way we can warn her? Couldn't I ' "Now see here; we're not looking for trouble! Don't you go butting into other people's affairs." As the afternoon, long and tire some, wore on, Helen's impetuous impulse to slip the woman some warn ing message began to flag. After all would it not be a Quixotic, story bookish thing to do? It was almost six before they sight ed the church spires of Montreal. As they drew nearer, the stringed orches tra came up on the deck to play. Under the glamour and stimulus of the music Helen's waning impulses were revived. She must keep this woman from being defrauded! It was the right thing to do a fine, gen erous thing! As the violins wailed out "The Glowworm," her thoughts soar ed. "Dear, give me a pencil," tensely. Without glancing up, Warren felt in his pocket. "Unless you can afford to lose your money, do. NOT invest it with that man!" scribbled Helen on the mar gin of her magazine. Washington's Most Attractive Apartment Address Mo. Rooms Rent Agent Description L 1 1 ! T CMTflC A l t0 4 nx"": W-" Akmi0 ' BU". rtl All outside rooms. fclne Cp- V bill USA. bU. to B St. N. W. itol Groonds. Elerator. jimtor 1st and B Street. Xorthweat. MtcHewttt. mK, Bod for our Bt List. ,nd ttlttW ,. THE CONGRESSIONAL, W T -'.-., . . I.t and East Capitol Street.. "d lath. WJi. m Bth St. N. W. L""T ' Corntsx j -,--.. m .- i cmm . . Vtltt and room icrTle. tee DEJlbl'll'IV noa, t Uuua ''""" "" telephone .mice; 180S-10 Eye Street X. W. sad bsuj. "" " mimming pool, ihowtri: mel ' scrrlce to arartmest. Tlir nriinniC R0.OI An ncrption-i detacbrd srut- illc, DEiLLEiV ULt V.Si month. Thomaa J. Fiiher Co.. Inc.. ment bouse. Each room apadou. ' 10. iiua. WW " uth Bt- N- W' nd mnaj- OppoaiU the Dean 10S1 lOta Street N. W. nUte Nwr ttmt ar lue ,. ... Modern 7-orj apart, boutr, THP TfiPiWrn ncau "d S Th ...?mc. - omlookiiw Vont Cia,: care. InC lUIvUmU, bath to 7 rooou BS 15th St. J .letalora. root Balden: apta. 20th and P Sta. N. W. , d batha Telephone Mam MM. famished u desired. " 12itorr fireproof building; beat nr nnnA ma W,""J1' fBM urtlce; largest and moa pleauct 1 Ht LA1KU. UHsai On rnaust. '' m Washington. Beautiful - -7 T ,nd bttb- isuo f: excellent home Jble. SU letk aad a Sta. N. w. 4 rooms bath " mo.; fur. or onfnr. apt. .. ,...ot . a a .i 1 tnta ' DeaiTable apartmentntn, Wash- THE CHEVY CHASE, 1 T . j. nn co. m, i-f. 1 llli .aw a vianuai) ..Vtv anai T Uth St. N. W. urb. AH outside -rboma. Ex. CheTy Chase Circle. ua- mx " cellent senlce. ninininiii 41 svVTateit to ( rosea, IS." Aksaao O. BBss Properties. Hntlaia building. located In BLENHEIM COURT, . .. . T,B-,.'?w SSrWSffi 1840-4 CallfaraU St. . W. . Bead for W Bent lt. gffggfc fe"iSSiE All Otltside ffwnt nrintja FALKSTONE COURTS, .. T.T KS 1SS-,-&: 14th aad Falraaoat Sta. K. W. "" rasa Send for oar Bsat Urn. BeaWent manager. Bectrldtx. t S.TUS. dcm tor r i . 4Uo fnrnUlBj lpirtmenIJL THE BRUNSWICK j?!i . 8wsru.BbeemHenjCaItolcooteiilentslli. THE KNICKERBOCKER, ',. , ,. . . , .- ni rTEm?. 1840 Mlatwaod Plaea W. W. - MUt. "'ulh 8t N' W' """ " I j HELEN AND WARREN There was no time for a reaction ary let-down, for when the music ceased, the boat was being docked. Helen's pulses throbbed as they hurried to the lower deck. Her gaze clung to the black hat with the rusty black ribbons that bobbed through the crowd in front of them. Wedging her way ahead of War ren, with breathless, desperate cour age she thrust the note into the pocket of the black silk coatr" But she was not quick enough! With a swift instinct the woman turned. Her startled eyes met Helen's her hand flew to her pocket "Oh. I read that when you're I alone," stammered Helen, and panic- stricken, forced hfcr way back to Warren. As they crowded off th"s gangplank, her hat shaded her flaming face and Warren did not notice her confusion. In the waiting room, he left the suit case on the bench beside her and rushed off to see about the trunk. With a thrill of horror Helen saw again the rusty black hat! The wom an and her brother were standing by the ticket window talking excitedly. Talking about her! They were look ing straight at her! Helen's eyes met the woman's squarely. It was not gratitude that she read there but anger and antag onism. In that same throbbing sec ond she caught the cold rage in the shifty blue eyes of the man. With a wild impulse to escape, Helen snatched up the heavy suit case and almost ran out to the bag gage room. Warren, who would never let her carry or even lift anything heavy, strode forward and took the suitcase from her with an angry, "What the deuce " "Oh, we can't go back through that waiting room! Those people are in there! Oh, I can't explain now! Quick let's get away." Just outside the porter was lifting their trunk on to a cab. "Hotel Ritz," called Warren to the driver. "Now what in blazes does this mean?" as he got in after her and slammed the door. "Oh, I did such a foolish thing!" her burning face in her hands. "Huh, you never doanything else. What form of imbecility this time?" "I I wrote a note warning that woman! I slipped it in her pocket and she saw me! She must have told her brother for I saw them in the waiting room and oh, they fairly glared at me!" Warren's contemptuous, sneering shrug as he stared out the cab win dow was far more disconcerting than words. "Oh, dear, don't sit like that say something!" "Say? What d'you want me to say? That you're all kinds of a fool? Seems to me I've inferred that be fore!" Automobile Knocks Down Bov. Charles W. Deshazo. 5. 1631 Good Hope road southeast, yesterday was knocked down and his leg broken by j an automobile driven by Frank Mc- Manamy. 3825 Huntington street north- i west. The boy was playing In Good ' Hope road near his home. He was taken to Providence Hospital. Iodine stains the skin brown and stains starch blue. THE WASHINGTON HERALD'S READY REFERENCE DIRECTORY CHRIS GOCKELER WILL QUIT BOARD OF TRADE Popular Secretary Announces Decision to Resign After Annual Meet ing in November. Chris J. Gockeler will not be a candi date to succeed himself as secretary of the Washington Board of Trade. In a letter to President Brandenburg. Mr. Gockeler has announced his determina tion to devote all his energies In the fu ture to private business. During his active sen-Ice with the board, not only as secretary, but prior to his elevation to that post, as the leader In membership work, Mr. Gockeler has accomplished as much as. If not more than, any other one man to bring the organization to its present size In membership and financial prestige. When he started his campaign, the membership was about "CO. He had Increased that, very largely through his personal efforts, to 1.008 when he was elected secretary. Since that the membership has further Increased to more than 1.300. Mr. Gockeler has been In the front of every civic movement here for the last five years, and his withdrawal from ac tive board work will be greatly regretted by his co-workers there. In announcing his determination to withdraw from the secretaryship after the annual meeting In November. Mr. Goeckeler wrote Presi dent Brandenburg: "The matter has had my very careful consideration It being absolutely Impos sible for me to continue this most Im portant civic work without further sacri fice to my already neglected personal and business affairs." In replying. Mr. Brandenburg wrote: "ThU Information comes to me with a distinct shock. Without disparage ment of others. I can candidly say that I have never known a secretary of the board who has been more efficient and diligent in season and out of season and more popular with the members than your own good self. I therefore feel that It Is a distinct loss to the hoard In the event that you Insist upon the ac ceptance of your resignation when It Is offered." THINGS THAT By GENE s" f ALTHOW6H 1 A ADMIT IM f 6OO0 I TELL &TOKV TELLER f US THAT m CAMT IMITATE I ( OrJC ABooTJ -rp DIALECTS the scotch Ttlt u,nvj-'-,w y -., ah tellA . S 7C THAT OWE M) N ( ABOOTTME) 3 SWEDES X OF- NEW CHIEF OF G. A. R. WILL VISIT WILSON Commander Monfort and Staff May Call at White House a Today. . When the expenses of the G. A. R. en campment are summed up at a meeting of the citizens' committee In the rooms of the Chamber of bommeree today It probably will be found necessary to col lect unpaid pledges of about J1.C00. Col. Robert N. Harper, chairman of the finance committee, stated that while ex penditures were kept near the sum of cash on hand many have failed thus far to-pay the amounts pledged by them. The chairmen of the several subcom mittees will submit reports of their work at today's meeting. It has been suggest ed that the 600 citizens who labored six months to make the encampment a suc cess set a banquet at the Chamber of Commerce at which they could discuss the celebration. Definite action has not been taken on the Idea. It Is probable the committee will vote to present Will iam F. Gude. chairman, with a token in recognition of his efforts to make the af fair a success. Many veterans have signified their In tention to remain In the city to attend the corner stone exercises at the Arling ton Amphitheater the latter part of the week. Among these Is the new commander-in-chief. Ellas R. Monfort. and his staff who probably will call at tho White House today or tomorrow to pay their respects to the President. Bluejackets from the U. S. S. Dolphin and a force of laborers this morning will resume the work of dismantling the Emery Building, First and B streets northwest, used as a camp ny the vet erans. In spite of several hitches In the rrogram. the veterans generally declared the encampment one of the most success ful they have attended. Taxi and Street Car Collide. A taxicab driven by L. A. Blue, S12 I street northwest, collided yesterday at Twentieth and P streets northwest with a street car. The cab was dam aged to the extent of $100. NEVER HAPPEN BYRNES I I 1 Address No. Rooms Rent Agent I Description j I AND ZUlli Ulu. 1 room and " F. It. Van Antwerp. oulnde rooms: conienient to. bath. J'L On premises. two car lines; furnished or un 001 20th St. .V. W. . J. furnished; janitor serrice. I 1 TIIP r A VsJrNIfllQH '1, il 515 fO Sartzcll. Rhrem & Hrnsej Co. Well anmnd apartments. ern- lnCi A V EillllUll roi-ms iXm j 1;th st N w renirnt to car linn, orerltuktcg o ,. . ... ... and Uth. J31SJ " ' Bock Creek Valley. 1628 Colombia ltd. w . ..,.,,. rooms, kc jaM Conienient to business see- THP MAIIkY tM & lath. , Th-iran J. Fisher & Co.. Inc.. Hon; excellent condition: good 1UL llira.U, 5.5 nany rcc. wu 73S 15th St. S. W. janitor and electric eleesur 10th and C Street. X. V. tall bsth. scnice. 1 2 rooms and TUC nBTrfinJl AN , Uth- ,I!M "nm" J- f-1" C. Inc.. Verr deslrabl. apartments.1 InH UlVtUUlllAll, room., rec. , ;33 uxh st. N. w. Contenlent to car One. Bes-I hall L bath. Kirt ,.,. rr ' 1S15 18th Street X. W. K vmi"' " TUC AIUTVN 3' 4' ,ld $3iil Thomas 3. Fisher Co.. Inc.. Larg. well lighted apartment. I flU AJLlVY IW, Tooma tr. jjj jju, st jj w. Eletated serrice. Beaatiluln-) and bath. JC.M. kept building. Inspection Inrit-I 18S3 Colombia Road N. W. ed; corurnlcnt to can. . . THE HADDINGTON, VST rj ., c.J 1S40 Blltmore Street N. W. I TUC DnrUrQTCD l. S. swartien.Bbenft Hecser Co. . Comforlablr and weUarrangedf lIllltIUnDi51Ell rooms $Sy . ... lmnseVeerlng apartmenU; parH ... and bath. J3.00. . Uth St. X W. qu,t floors, electric lights. 1438 Mcrldlaa St. Jf. W. flfTAVI A " Uth C5.09 ,- n. ijk. VT desirable hlghUss spsrt UC1AV1A, t,- to . .i5. W: v1. t. eVrstor. cafe la boild- Colombla .ad a.rry Hoadfc ,i juihr. C"B " ' n: reference. .uld. THF VFRNHN mm' Ker At, All outside rooms, porch: rhrs IIHj TWU1V11) - and bath. Season- 915 B. I. Aie.. N. W. condition: janitor serrice: south- 1TT4 Yo St. If. W. ,n l,"? 4b'"' An inducement will be sjten. trn xponw. Alaa 1B38 14th St, W. 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