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EDUCATIONAL
INSTITUTIONS
Advertisers in The
Star are invited to
send their catalogues
to The Star Information
Bureau, Room
J CO, for distribution
to its patrons.
EDUCATIONAL.
? 11pm. lt.SOr. St. $1.20. 1 wk . 12.12. 1 mo . 17.20
in n a shin dim
FRENCH I.AN'OrAGE SCHOOL.
Only SO lesson* to ppnnouuc.'* wel'. r?*ad*
yiHterstand; KiiMD i-hts.vpTi of all jtriuteB ft?rmtng.
* * #e24 -tf eSu * ' '
IMKT0I COLLEGE
IF MU8K,
1218-122(1 F ST. N.W.
TDNF.Y LLOYD WIUOHTSOX. President and
Director.
FALL TERM NOW OPEN.
PI PILS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME.
A Series of Concerts and Lecture Recitals by Leading:
Musl<*s1 Artists of the World
FREE TO STUDENTS.
NORDICA, ROSENTHAL. STllLM ANN-UEINK,
PEPPERCORN
Are Anions Those Engaged for the Year.
flenil for ntMv catalogue. 'Phone Main 3580.
_M24-d.eSu.tf.21
Wood's Commercial
School,
311 East Capitol Street.
j-weniy ?eoond year. leiepnone r-asi ?jo, umj
And extMiIng sessions all the year.
Position* obtained for all graduates,
j&xperienced teachers. Courses thorough and
v practical.
We Teach
Shorthand, Bookkeeping,
Tyj>ewrltlng, Arithmetic,
Flailing, Grammar,
Penmanship, letter Writing.
Commercial Law.
Gregg Shorthand,
Why two sessions to learn the Pitman
tfatem when yon can learn the Ureffg In one at
Wood's Commercial
School
311 East Capitol Street?
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NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
SBMiL
FOR GIRLS,
Mount St. A!ban,
Washington, D. C.,
Will reopen on September 29 for
the registration of day pupils.
Courses begin October 3. Day
fAnnilc toL'/in
Mrs. Barbour Walker, M.A.,
?>22 1.-.I.2S PRINCIPAL.
ESTABLISHED IN 1R74.
KINDERGARTEN
NORMAL INSTITUTION,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
142*3^0 Street Northwest.
DI ruiii.WR. ITincipai.
latest n<lvMn?-e Su tlought. philosophy and :>rnctJcal
application of the principles of Frederick
froebel. Children and Training Dept. for Teachers.
Practical knowledge. the result of long experience.
enables u# to train students to teach.
>e21*-5t*-14
iiiiiirTiifififi
tor Bovs and Young Men.
914 14TH ST. N W.
College Preparatory School, with Primary DepartKent.
Special Department Preparatory for tbe
Aimr an.l Navr. Flftv-flfth c?m?(?ciiilv?* npaslun
" WIN 8LO W 'll.RA N DOLPH, Principal.
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PRIMARY ^r^Vr' JSS^ /he
principal and a la<ly unlveralty graduate. Terms
for the seaslon, according to ape. $90 to $125.
WlNSl.oW II RANDOLPH. Principal. ae!8 tf
NATIONAL. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 26. 1006.
Lectures and laboratory courses in Botany, Materia
Medlca, Toxicology, General and Analytical
Chemistry and Pharmacy and Microscopy. Special j
Students received in any of the bram-hes.
ror i. " jP4' "'Us au<irens Tin* dean. H. E. KALU- !
BOWSK1, 8<i8 I st. n.w. Olllce hours: Dally from
- a m to 4 p m ae 18- 71
Beicourt' Seminary,
Home and Day School for Girls,
V Oor 13th aud Girard sts. n.w.
Primary, preparatory atul rollejce do part men t*.
Tea<ht-r* nr<? college graduates of expert, profes- ,
k>ual tram!ngr.
Muile, Art and Expression.
School opens October 3.
Mrs Mary Burke Somervell, Miss Ida Lee Duncan.
Prim ipals. ?el8-15t
Moymt Vernon
Semaoary.
Eleven Hundred M Street.
Boarding and! Day School
for Yoiuntinr H jsidliies
KstnMlsh.nl In 1^75. this school continues the
careful training and th>rou*h instruction in every J
department for which it h ts hiherto been so fatorablv
known. It Is m?wlern uud progressive in
methyls and spirit and is equipped with every appliance
for health and comfort of its pupils. Including
steam heat, passenger elevator, perfect
unit at Ion and ample playgrounds.
Thirty second year begins on Tuesday, October
eeond.
For Information apply to
Mrs. Kl.IZAIU-TH J SOMERS.
Mrs ADEL1A GATES IIKNSI.KY.
el.VOOt.2S Principals.
MISS LIPPINCOTT and
MISS RAKKR'S SCHOOL.
Kindergarten, Preparatory and Academic Depart
?ytriis Oct. 2. Coach rails for children.
COL CM B! A K INDRRG A RTEN.
Training School.
2115 ?*al. ave , cor. of Connecticut ave.
1 ISflO
Miss JuBia R. Qocdalil,
PIANO AND THEORY.
Fapil of Xaver s? harweuka of Berlin.
Studio, 032 i* St. N.W.
elB14t-thonsa.Su.16t*
KRKNCH LA Mil A?iE SCHOOL.
Fall t<*nu. Sept 17. La?y method to pronounce
well, ii>e?k read urulei stand Id a abort time.
lUlle. \ I'rud'homme, 314 lod. a?, n.w. (car lines).
^ au22 tf.**Su.4
Cleveland Park SclkooS
20*0 Newark Street.
WASHINGTON. D. O .
ll*a<l Mait?r n P rku-rvu *
Trinity College. Oxford.
Exceptionally thorough education for boys of all
*ges. Preparation for Groton, St. Mark's, etc.,
ind for college. Conversational French. Art and
Music part of regular school course.
Gameo and athletics under Mr. Carter's personal
Supervision. Private ground close to school.
The school Is on high ground in the country, yet
can l>e reached from the city in a few minutes by
trolley car. Arrangements for boarders such as to
secure as far as possible the advantages of home
life. Lunch for day boja at the scliooL Particu
?..r* auw innruvcn uu upt'iunuun. WlO IOl
Friends Schoofl,
COEDUCATIONAL.
BegJms Its Twemty=fourt1h
Year September 24.
Primary, Imtermediiate and
H5gh Schooll Departments.
Jit ha* prepared students for more tban twenty
ollsge*. and la seereditsd to those which admit
n certificate. Small classes under thorough and
sperienced teachers. High moral and Intellectual
standards, with simple and direct methods.
Three buildings, designed for school purposes.
The eauIptneQt includes new laboratories, art and
manual training departments, library, and studjr
hall, lunch room, gymnasium and playground.
Catalogues at the book stores or from th" prinTHOMAS
W 81DWKI-L.
sel4-tl 1809-1917 I street northwest.
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EDUCATIONAL.
4 ilnei. It.aoc. 8t. ?1 20. 1wk.t2S2 1 ma.. <7 ?
m WASHIXG'fOS.
GEORGETOWN
UNIVERSITY
(FOI NDED IN 1789)
SCHOOL OF LAW.
FACULTY.
EEV. DAVID H. BUF.L, S. J.,
l'rMld?nt at thP Ilnlvoratt*
noN. "hakhy" m" clabaugh*#ll. d.
(Chief Justice Supreme Court, District of Colum
Ma).
Dean of the Faculty aod Lecturer on Commoi
Law Pleading and Practice and Kquitj
Pleading and Practice.
george e. hamilton. jliv d.,
lecturer od me mw or wills.
HON. KETI1 SHRPARD. LL. D.
(Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of tfc<
I District of Columbia).
| Lecturer or Constitutional Law, the Law of Cop
poratlons r.ud Equltj Jurisprudence.
HON ASHLEY M. GOULD
(Associate Justice 8upreme Court of the District
of Columbia).
lecturer on the Law of Contracts, Criminal Lavi
and Domestic Relations.
HON, DANIEL THEW WRIGHT
(Associate Justice Supremo Court of the Dlstrtcl
of Columbia).
lecturer on the Law of Insurance.
HON. WENDELL PHILLIPS STAFFORD
(Associate Justice Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia).
Lecturer on the Uv? of Agency.
CHARLES A. DOUGLASS, A. B., LL. B.,
Lecturer on th?? Law of Torts, Negotiable Paper
and Elementary Law.
MICHAEL J. COLBERT, A. M., LL. M.t
Lecturer on tbe Law of Personal Property and
Partnership.
HON. D. W. BAKER. A. M.. LL. M.
(United States Attorney fo- the District of Colombia),
ijtciurrr uu lue lmw 01 ileal r.siaie ana tne Law
of ErldcDce.
Judge of the Circuit Court:
DANIEL vt ODONOGHUE, A. M.. Ph.D., IL. 11.
Court of Appeal: MESSRS. LEIGH ROBINSON
J. II OLDS WORTH GOItDON.and J. NOTA McGILL*
Qui* Maatera: CLARENCE R. WILSON A B.',
LL. M.; DANIEL W. O DO.NOGHLE, A. M.. I*h.
D? LL. M.t and JAMES 8 EASBY-SMITU. A. M.,
LL. M.
R. J. WATKINS,
Secri-tary.
rKA.XK E. UISMNGHAJJ,.
Assistant Secretary.
ADDITIONAL LECTURERS IN THE FOURTH
YEAH OR POST-GRADUATE COURSE:
HON. HOLMES CONRAD
(Late Solicitor General of the United States),
On the History of the Development of Law and
Comparative Jurisprudence and on the History of
the English Law.
HON. SETI1 SI I EP A RD. LL. D.
(Chief Justice Court of Appeals of the District of
Columbia).
On the History of Constl.utlonal Law and the
Foundations of Civil Liberty.
REV. JOHN CONWAY. 8. J.
On Natural! Law and Canon Uw.
MONROE SMITII. FX. D.
(Professor In the School of Political Science of
Columbia University, New York City),
On Civil Uw.
TION. LOUIS E. McCOMAS. FX. D.
(Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia).
On International Uw and Foreign Relations of
tho United States.
niT.nnii r mivar r t. r?
(Professor of Law In the University of Virginia),
On the Conflict of Laws.
HON. lOHN W. YERKFS. LL. D..
On Railroad Accident Ijitv, Mnnicipal Corporations.
J. NO 1'A McGILL, LL. M..
On Patent Law.
ALDIS B. BROWNE, IX. B..
On Jurisdiction and Practice of United States
Courts.
WILLIAM C. WOODWARD. M. D.. LL. M.t
On Medlcsl .Turlsprndence.
GEORGE E. HAMILTON, LL. D..
On legal Ethics.
HON. D. W BAKER. A. M.. LL. M.
(United States Attorney for the District of Columbia),
On General Practice and Exorcises In PleadlBg and
Evidence.
FREDERICK VAN DYNE. LL.M.
(Assistant Solicitor. State Depaitinent).
On Citizenship.
The thirty-seventh annual session opens on Wednesday,
October 3. 1906. at 6:30 p.m.. In the Law
School Building, 506 and 608 E street northwest.
the ensuing term All interested are cordially
Invited to be present.
TUITION $10000.
The Secretary will be at his office In the Law
building during the day and evenings from 0 to 8
for information, enrollment, payment of feat. etc.
Students proposing to connect themst^ves with
the achool are earnestly requested to enroll before
the opening night.
seS.tf B. J. WATKINS. Secretary.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE.
The fifty-seventh session will begin September
27 and continue eight months. Students inatricu
la ted for day instruction only, no night lectures be1"C
given. Practical laboratory work, under special
Instructors. In Anatomy, Physiology. Histology,
Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology and Bacteriology.
Ample facilities for clinical experience
and practical work In hospitals of city and in the
University Hospital. For circulars address the
dean. Dr. G. M. KOBER. 920 il ^t.
DENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Exceptional opportunities are offered for a modern
and Htrlctly first-class education in dentistry.
Session begins September 27.
sel7-15t W. N. COO AN. D.D., S.t 920 H stDRAFTSMEN!
Evening lessons in drafting and mathematics.
nrgin pcpi. z* at 031 Tel: mt. P.?.
PIANO LE8UONS: BEST MODERN METHOD peelh1
pains taken with children and beginners;
60 cents a lesson. 943 O st. n.w. se4-30t?
THE STUART SCHOOL,
1&43 1 845-1847 U STREET WW.
Day and Hoarding School fur Clris and Young
Ladles. Miss CLAUDIA STUART, Principal.
ae21-30t.!S
QUNSTON HALL,
190fl FLORIDA AVE., WASHINGTON, D. C.
A boardlne and dav mh<w.1 for iririo ><! m.mff
ladies. New building, completely equipped, i'rtmary,
academic and collegiate departments. Elective
oourses. opens October 3. The school vehicle
will convey children from the vicinity of Thomas
Circle to and from the school daily.
Mr. and Mrs. BEVERLEY K. MASON, Principals.
se21 -tf. 10
Mass Wallace's SclfoooS
For Boys and Girls,
1707 V ST. N.W..
Gives special training to pupils who from various
causes are uirnble to keep up with the grade work
of public schools. Number limited. Opens Wednesday.
October 3. c
Flint School off Music
(VIOLIN AND PIANO). 1413 Q ST. N.W.
"Private lessons at Conservatory Price#.*'
Terms, $6 per inorth, lDclurtlDg theory.
EUROPEAN GRADUATE TEACHERS.
n2fl-30t*.e
THE MISSKS EASTMAN'S HOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 1305 17th st. Bojs' l>e?artinent.
1624 Mt*s. ave. Opens Oct. 1. Send
or circular* ? ?? *
WIMODAl'GHSIS CLASSES?1319 NEW YOUK
ave. Literature. French. German an<i Millinery.
Office apen from 8 to 7.
ge!8 :iUt.4 Miss MAK KI TH NOR< ROSS, 3tiqt.
Holy Cross Academy.
Select school for young ladles and children.
Academic and Preparatory Departments.
Complete courses in Music and Art.
Reopens Sept. 17. (se5-tf) 1812 Mass. are.
THE MISSES KERR'S HOME SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS.
11438 N STREET,
WILL REOPEN OCTOBER 1.
A CLASS OF BOYS WILL BE RECEIVED.
??13-90t-6
Wflshiintrtnn ^funraimflirv
? ? J
2103 09 S ST. N.W.
An earnest school for earnest girla.
16th year begins Oct. 3. 1906.
The only private school in Washington admitting
on certificate to all four colleges: Wellesley. Mt.
Uolyoke, Vassar and Smith. Planned for those
who desire thorough Instruction and the upbuilding
of character amid beautiful surroundings and refined
associations.
Academic College Preparatory and Special
Courses. Primary and Preparatory Departments
under a Normal School Teacher. Classes instructed
by college graduates. Gymnasium, tennis. Call
for catalogue.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. 8MALLWOOD. Principal*.
se8-2m
BUSINESS COJXfXiE, 11TH AND F STS N W.
, ?T"?2? ^Ujen" PMt *e,r Eight experienced
Rh, r7h.nl? ? 11 branches, lncludinj
ration n Typewrltln* ?Dl1 Olrll Serrlce Prepa
tn^ent? r? enrolling dally. Call writ*
or phone Main 3430 for catalogue*. ae7-tf. 12
SVl?\f? np<?,,CJ,iiCHERS AT OR'MBS1
" ??
LAISE = PHILLIPS
SELECT SCHOOL.
AppMla to CAREFUL PARENTS and WELLBRED
GIRLS who value really correct environ*
ment and the beat a achool can give. Ail grades.
Preparatory and two years of college work. Art,
Mualc and Elocution. Small claaaes. Special care
gven to each pupil. Native teachers of French,
erman and Soanlah. Pnnlla tnr in^ul
work. Mr*. J. BYLVE8TEB PHILLIPS, Prlo..
?el0 80t?*a , 1821 Conn, are.
Miss Madeira's School
FOB CURLS.
HOME AND DAY SCHOOL.
1321 and 1328 18th it. (lost below Dupont ClrcU).
Primary. Intermediate, Hlfb School and Graduate
College Preparatory and General Ooiiraea.
Music In Charjre of Frauleln Marie von I'nscbuld.
Art Id charfe of Mr*. W. H. Holnaa.
Gymnasium and Tcnalf.
School acaaion begins Oct. 2.
LICY MADEIRA, Principal.
sell d&a-Sm-lS
EDUCATIONAL.
. ix w V>ni\(iT?!i.
THE
w/^3oni^nj ii a^nuuL
FOR BOYS
With its Boarding: and Day De
partments. with its Junior and
Senior Schools, with its modern
buildings and its extensive athletic
grounds, with its able Faculty and
its thorough course of study, offers
' unusual advantages for the education
of a boy from the time he
leaves the kindergarten until he
> enters college.
A Year-Book may be obtained at the leading book
atorea and hotela 01 of the Head-Master. LO(J 18
LEVERETT HOOPER. 3908 Wisconsin Arenae.
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FAIRMONT, "
TT ? T~\ n.i t e /-< ?
nomc ana uay jscnooi ior uiris,
\ 1-4TH AND FAIRMONT 8TS.
Primary. Intermediate. College Preparatory and
Seminary Courses.
Music. Art. Elocution. All departments In charge
: of college graduates.
New building for Primary and Intermediate Departments.
Prospective patrons Invited to call. Session be'
gljs October 3. ARTHUR RAMSAY. Prln.
JUDITH STEELE. Asso. Prln. se9 30t 15
WALTER T. HOLT,
T\.fanHr*1in f^nitar T*
Club Advantages to Puplla Free.
Studio. Wash. College of Mnslc, 1220 F Street.
e11-30t.6
HALL=NOYES, Oay<&Nigiht
Colftce-Preparatory. Grammar and Primary Classes
op-n Oct. 1. Special coach ng all gammer. Catalogues
FRANCES MANN HAIX. A.M..
M-*j-6d 221 E ?t. a.w.
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
?In?
Shorthand and Typewriting.
STENOGRAPHIC ACADEMY.
ael-tf-6 815-318 Colorado bnlldlng.
Blsss Electrical School
Offers Regular (day) Cocrw in theoretical ,iud
applied electricity, complete lc one year. Stodrnts
actually construct dynamos, motora etc.. and are
trained for good positions In the o.ectrlcal Industries.
Fourteenth year opens September 28.
Call or send for catalogue. 210 G at. n.w.
a nliZ-tf
National
University
IT srt\ ntr v ^ tLo irv Tl
- iU&LW- ?^I11IUU1U
SSTfl SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 1, 190?.
(Evening sessions exclusively.)
Complete three-year course. Degree of LL.B. can
be secured at end of second year. Post graduate
practice course of technical instruction ieadisg in
one year to degree of LL.M.
For catalog apply to secretary. 1331 F st. n.w..
or, after Oct. 1st, at Law School building, 818-820
33th st. n.w. 'Phone M. 843fl. ael 28d
National School of Domestic Arts,
1756 M ST. N.W.
(Formerly National Cooking School).
Practical Classes Id
COOKING. 8EW1.SU AND TAILORING.
lu perfe tlj equipped Dew building. off.-rlng Idol
advantages. Attractive courses and Individual In tructlun
from special teachers. Classes limited.
Larly registration advisable. 70 students enrolled
last year. Send immediately tor Illustrated circular.
au!3-42t
The
ARMY AND NAVY PREPARATORY SCHOOL
4101 Conn, ave., Washington, D. O.
A select boarding i i<! day school for young mea
and boys. Two departments?academic and special.
Academic De(>artmcnt?Thorough preparation for
colleges, scientific schools and business; alao for the
government academies. Certificates accepted at all
wiiv|>cb. ojwcwi ur|ianuirai?preparation or candidates
for commissions in the various branches of
the military and naval services. Special claaa
rooms and instructors. Fine athletic field, base
ball, foot ball, - track teams. Catalogues at tlM
various book stores. E. S WAV ELY, Principal.
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The
George Washington
University.
Formeriy Columbian. Organized by Special Act of
Concress in 1821.
CHARLES WILLIS NEEDHAM. LL.D., President.
SGth Session. 1JKKV07, opens Sept. 26. 1906.
Lndergraduate, Graduate and Professional Courses
offered. Graduates of the Washington High Schools
and other accredited schools are admitted to the
undergraduate courses without examination.
Entrance examinations Sept. 17 21.
BUILDINGS.
ri>1?ro<l. TZ nil lP.il. ?.
? '"'V lotu auu II airrew.
Law building. 1420 H street.
Medical anil Dental bul Id I n-,-. 1325 H street.
Architecture. 72!> l.'.ih street.
f.nlmratory of Engineering. Van Nesa Park.
The Inlverslty Hospitals. 1333 3." H atreet.
College of Pharmacy, 80S I atreet.
DEPARTMENTS.
ARTS AND SCIENCES.
DIVISION OK GRADUATE STUDIES.
Graduate courses leading to degrees of Master of
Art*. Master of Scipnoo civil
Engineer, Mechanical Engineer ?and Doctor of
Philosophy.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.
Undergraduate courses leading to degrees of
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Undergraduate courses lead in? to the Bachelor
of Science degrees in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical
Engineering.
DIVISION OF ARCHITECTURE.
Undergraduate Course leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Architecture.
MEDICINE.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE.
A four-year course, also a five-year course, leading
to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
rAv^ubii or uxuxvaislitx.
A three-vear course, leading to the degree of
Doctor of Dental Surgery.
LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE.
Regular law course leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Laws.
Graduate courses leading to the degrees of Master
of Laws, Master of Patent Law and Doctor of
Jurisprudence.
POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY.
Graduate courses^ leading to degrees of Master
vi i/iinuuiBVj buu l/uciui OI lUUOUOpUJ.
NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
Three year course leading to the degree of Doctor
of Pharmacy.
\
For catalogues. application blanks and further
Information communicate with
OTIS D. SWETT. Registrar,
se"30tWI Co.. li and lBth streets N.W.
PRIVATE^ DANCINO^ LESSONS, 7Bc.; GUAR.
...... ... o *1 per mo.;
plauo. 25e. DatK-log ball for rent. Add., with
atamiivd envelope, X. Y. Z. Substation 22.
?e2o-?t?4
34TH YEAR OK SUCCESS IN WASHINGTON.
The Berlitz School | 723 Hth
of Laragmiaiges, j st. n.w.
RECENT AWARDS:
GRAND PRIZE. ST. LOIIS EXPOSITION, 1004.
GRAND PRIZE. LIEGE EXPOSITION. 1003.
French, German, Spanish, Italian, English, etc.
Native Teachers.
selO-tf TRIAL LESSON FREE. j
Private Lessons.
I Preparatory. Special equipment for the teaching of
young children. Miss S. BAKER. 1728 Col. rd.
j iel8-30f4
PI A vn flTimin UDO Ar Itroi n t/v? ? ?
1406 Hopkins ?t.. near 20th and P n.w.
Tirtna, $1 prr boor; half honra for children. Lex?o
ig at pupils' home If desirable. ae6-S0t* 4
Washington College
of D avnr
v?a a?<?l 9
1319 New York Ave. N. W.
Eleventh year. Foil corps twenty-two
Instructors and lectnrers. Tbre? years'
coarse for women and men, leading to Idfree
of LL.B. Evening sessions txcloslrely.
Tuition. $00 per annum. Beopens Monday,
October 1, T p.m. Public Invited. Catilocnes
at all book stores.
Further Information address tba Dean.
ELLEN SPENCER MCSSEY, LL.1I.
'Phone M. 4588. ael8-tf-29
ST. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WILL REopen
on September 0, 1906, when we mil be
prepared to All irdere (or ladlee' and mlnea'
gown*. colt eulti, wripe, etc. Leeeons glreo
In cutting and fitting. For further Information
pp'y to 2028 0 it. B.W. auJO-tf
EDUCATIONAL.
\ IN WASHINGTON.
MARTHA 'WASHINGTON
SEMINARY
For yonn* women Special and general courses.
ino rears course for hlgii school graduate*. Music
' *rt' e*c- A,*? prlmarj department for limited nnmber.
Reopens October 3. El>WARI> W. THOMPSON.
I rfndpal. 14th st. near Thomas Circle. sel7-tf.l0
Spanish Language School.
Spanlah rapidly learned. Native teacher*.
Trial five. Hundreds of teatlmonlala. 1231
N. Y. ?Tf. 8epor GOMAB. Prln. a?13-tt.?
CD VMIM'Q BI SINKSS COI.LEGE.
jriL.Il>ll>l * * 8th * K. Established 1876.
Positions to graduates or money refunded.
Beat Instruction, day or night. In Bookkeeping,
Rhnrthniul Tvnewrltlnff ana all achool snbfect*.
Preparation' to civil service examinations.
ao4 3m.tt
fM. (S, L OMSIBiyTE ?g?T,
Ad eTening acbool (or employed am
am! youths. Class work conducted na
dor direction of experts In edacattom,
with personal practical lnatrnctioo under
twenty teachers of large experience. Commercial
courses open September IT. College preparatory,
language, technical, science and mualc coarse*
open Monday, October 1. Superb educational equipment.
UNRIVALED CLUB privileges?gymnasium,
baths, library, cafe. The INSTITUTE to one of
many advantages of memberahlp in the Washington
Young Men's Christian Association.
For circulars, term*, etc., apply to
MYItON J. JONES.
Educational Director. Y. M. C. A.,
'Phone M. 4890. 1730 G street n.w.
se4-30t
FOR MUSIC AND DANCING CLASSES?FINB
ball at 1502 14th st. n.w. Special low rates Jtor
morning and afternoon. Apply to 8. T. SMITH,
811 Colorado hldg. se!2 lm
Miss Dorsey's Sdhool,
1152 Eighteenth Street,
FACING ON CONNECTICUT AVENUE.
Primary. Academic, College Preparatory. Folly j
equipped Athletic Court with Instructor. se4-tf 3
OUT OF WASHINGTON.
MAPLE WOOD i
near Pblladeipnv* One of the best to wake up
Boya to tbe dutlea of life. Prepnrea 40 Boya for col*
1 ege or business. 45tb year. Lar*e gymnasium. Dept.
for Little Boya. No tobacco. Booklet. P.O. Box 96.
J. SHOItTLlDGE. A.M.. Tale. Principal.
Jy27-60-eSu-7 _
PROFESSIONAL CARDS .
Mr. Otto Torney Simon,
TIIE ART OF SINGING.
Studio, 1720 P at. n.w. Telephone North 262-M.
B<'22-30t '
MPS. JOSIF.PIHI FINCKEL.
TEACHER OF PIANO. Pupil of Anton Gloetxrer.
Herr Schtilz-Beuthen. Dresden. Studio. 1300
Monroe st. n.w. 'Phone North 1587-K. selG-90t.fl
MRS, HORMESS,
TEACHER OF 8INGINO,
Studio at Knabe's, 1218 F St.,
Will resume lessons Oct. 1. (
sel3-d.eSu.78t.5
MISS LEAVCTT,
Piano. Voice, Sight Singing and Harmony.
Room fi, Blacklstone Building. 1401 H ST.
Call Wednesday. 3 to 6. or Saturday. 9 to 12, or I
make appointment by letter. sel6-eod-15t-6
m ihT o "en A^ddid"6T
ivjiir^o UJ>O IT ir^rvn^irs*. 11 9 f
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE.
"upll of RARTH. SCHARWENKA, MOSZKOWSKI.
Studio. 1327 14tU *t. n.w.
g?*22-tf
JOHN PORTER
LAWRENCE,
PIANO,
1813 "N" STREET NORTHWEST.
lf!2.19t-7
HONEY WASTED AND TO LOAN.
4 lines. It.. 00c. 3t. *1.20. 1 nk . J2.12. 1 mo.. 17.23. /
. : : _ : , , t
FOR SALE?OR BORROW?'THREE FINE BUILL?ing
lots in the city of St. August hie. Fla., near
large hotels, for $100; in need of money. Box
241. Star office.
I HAVE SEVERAL. GOOD FIRST TRUST NOTES. i
1500.00. $1,000.00. $2,000.00. $2.f><>0.00 and
15.000.00, bearing: 5 and 6 uer cent interest;
Title Co.'s certificate and tax certificate furnished
with each loan; no Charjres. Address Box
, 19Q. Star office. se22-3t 1
IMONEY 'DO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AlTcURrent
rates of interest on real estate in the District
of Columbia.
FITOH. POX & BROWN,
tel tf 1406 G st. n.xr.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW EST RAT^ TN'SUMS !
TATE. PROMPT REPLIES AND SMALLEST
POSSIBLE EXPENSE. THEO. A. HARDING,
1310 G ST. X.W. mbSl-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT 4% AND 5% INTEREST
ON APPROVED I). C. ItEAL ESTATE.
PROMPT REPLIES AND SMALLEST POSSIBLE -EXPENSE.
*
0031 tf MOORE & HILL (Inc.). 717 Hfh it. n.w.
1500.000.00
To loan at 4*4 and 5% interest on D. C. ml
estate: no delay and least expanse to borrower.
ANTON IIEITML'LLER, 008 14th at., 3d floor.
MONEY T<? LOAN AT LOWEST HATES OF IN- *
terest 011 D. C. real estate. No unreasonable
delay.
WALTER O. ACKER,
mh2#-tf.R 1420 F n.xt.
LOANS ON STOCKS, BONDS, LIFE POLICIES,
trusts, bidg. assn. shares, syndicate eertfs. and
other approved collateral. 50-52 Metzerott bldg.,
1110 F st. 'Phone 517. C. A. BAKBR. ae9-tt
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE; FIRST
trust at 4>4, 5 and ?%. No unnecessary charges.
THE HARRISON REALTY CO.. D07 (J st. n.w.
Jal^-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON 1>. C. REAL ESTATE?
Lowest rates of Interest. Payment on principal
In amounts of $104) or more received at any Interest
period. THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY,
Bor.d bldg . 1408 N. Y. ave. n.w. no2-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3%, 4 and 4*4 PER CENT, F
in sums of $1,000 to $100,000, on ?). C. real estate;
pay off 5 per cenr and 0 per cent loans and
begin anew at lowest rates of interest; all trans
for borrowers. WM. i*J. I'AUNOERS & CO. ^
Je8-tf.7 1407 F fit. n.w.
IS YOU WANT TO BORROW OK LOAN, BUY OH
sell on real estate, I can save yon time and cash, ""
as I give personal attention to all deals.
dett-tf,4 J. KAKIN OADSBV. S20 13th st. n.w. c
MONKY TO LOAN ON AI'l'ROVKIi CITY RKAL
estate at 4. 41*, an.l 5 per cent Interest. Special
privileges with respect to ?>rior payments. Large *
amounts a specialty. TYLER & RUTHERFORD,
1807 F et. n.w. _ fe9-tf,B E
MEDICAL.4
line*. It..60c. 8t.?1.20. 1 wit.. $2.52. 1 mo. 17.20. II
W. T. KAI.DI S M RT-!7!!.!).. HERMAN SPG- J
clalist on Diseases of tlie Brain. Nervous System
i . ivianeys, aioniRcn arid other Diseases. .
lM"tor'< service and medicine. $2. Tel. M. 2."18.
Hours, 10 to 1, 4 to 0. S.E. cor. 6th and F n.w." L
" dr. shadr
33 years' practice on throat, limps. catarrh, ^
asthma, stomach, kidney, bladder, stricture, rheumatism.
enlarged and stiff joints, nervous and
special diseases, syphilitic blood poison, skin and
private diseases cured quickly. Consultation free. _
Chaises low. 727 13th st. n.w. sel-30t* pi
Or, Reed,
SnsedaOsto 5<0)9> 112th Street.
" 27 YEARS' 5SSSS&"
Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System. Skin, _
Blood, Heart, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bladder, t,
Nose, Throat and Lungs. Stricture. Varicocele and
Hydrocele cured. No pain. No loss cf time. Blood
Diseases and Disorders of the Urinary Organs
promptly relieved and permanently cured by safe
methods. Charges low. Free consultation in person
or by letter. Hours: 10 to 1 and 3 to 6; Sundays
10 to 1. no!2-tf 20
Dr, Leatfoermao, j
delicate diseases of men and women. Med. fur- '
Dished. Advice free. 512 10th at. n.w. ;
mh31-tf.5 ,
DR. FISK ELGIN, . F
Expert In treatment of private diseases, chronic
and acute. Both sexes. Ail consultations confidential.
Medicine furnished. Prices moderate. Hours. 0 to 1. ~~
8 to 6. 7 to 0. 1283 Pa. ave. n.w. 'Phone M. 1810.
se."-30t* (
TYPEWRITERS.
WE HAVE SOME FIXE BARGAINS IN OLIVEB Fi
typewriters, never been uaed. Only $37.50.
fll-tf WELLINGTON OFFICE. 503 1Kb ?t.
you CAN RENT A WELLINGTON TYPEWRITER
Oni? month for.. ? ? *a nn ?
Three months for 5 00 fi
Six months for 8.00
(All rentals apply on pnrchase.)
au29-tf OFFICE. 80S 11th at. n.ir. g"
SUBURBAN PROPERTY! " i
rofc "?aLe-*1 .800-5 new O-ROOM llOL'ses OS
City and Suburban car line. 20 mlnatea from ?
treasury; lot* 28x150 feet: city water Id yard:
terms. $200 cash aud $15 monthly, $100 cash and J
(2'< monthly or no caah and 125 monthly. john
l. knopp. corner 29th and Jackson sta. ae.
jy18-tf _j
for sale?8plen did real estate: rka- ?
sonable and on easy terms; send for my new cat*- A
loguo of great bargains; they consist of grain,
dairy, (rul*, track, poultry and blue graas farms;
also lovely bomea along the steam and electric ta
tar Hoes, with acreage, suitable for officeholders; sv
also business property, such ss stores, Hotels, A.
mills, halls, etc. We have good laud, good >"
schools, churches snd good society. It will >aj X)
you to come out and let me ahow ton armitirf i
bare alwijn lived In the country. I can do * de
better part by you than II 1 lived In the cltr Vf
Don't (all to aend for my new catalogue before St
yon boy. a,
JOHN F. JERMAN, Fairfax C. H.. Va. 01
Branch office at Vienna, 'i'hoce connection at cu
Fairfax C. 0A and Vlanna. oc7-tf Yl
SUBURBAN PROPERTY. t
? Una. It.. SOc. 8t. $1.00. lwk..*2.S3. 1 mo.. $7.30. j
81BLHBAN HOMES.
li. 31. MAK11> S 4111 AUUITIU^I
TO
CHKVY CHARE.
High and picturesque situation.
Close to Cher>* Chase cars.
WWr sold in AO days.
Lots 50 x 140 to 250 ft.
Prices. $225 to $325.
We make terms to suit purchasers; pure water;
food drainage; sewerage provided; broad avenues;
electric lights; good neighbors; regular city
delivery of groceries and other necessities; liefore
purchasing elsewhere inspect our subdivision.
aa it Is the most ranldlv arowlnr subdl
Tloion around Washington.
11. M. MARTIN.
1741 Pa. are, n.w.
FOB SALE-A NEW SIX IIOOM HOl'SE, WKUj
tArl In ShAra^l'a Unri It
C. Price, (2,800; $200 c??h, balance 125 per I
month. * J. L. SHERWOOD & I)AO.. Msgs I
Market. ?24-tf I
FOB RENT? NEAR OARS. 6-ROOM HOUSE; hi 1
acre of fronnd; stable; outbuildings; onNaxlor *
t? Twining City. Inquire FER1>. A. ARM- !
BRECHT, 3121 11th ?t. n.w. ?e24-3f
Suburban Home* and Beautiful Building Sltei at
TAKOtMA PARK, D. C-, AND SID.
(One fare to any naxt of the District.)
If you want real estate Id the largest and most I<
picturesque suburb, see us. We control more f,
property In Takcrma than all tbe other dealers
combined, and our suburban manager la a res- ^
ldent of this suburb. \(
Property sold on terms to suit purchasers.
HOUSES, $2,500 TO $10,<HX>. P
LOTS, |100 TO $3,500. O
COLJ.INS-ULEKRY CO.. 621 13th St. n.w.
e28-3t
WA.\TB) TO Pt'RCHASE FOR CASH ABOIT
one acre of land, situated somewhere between h
Rosslyn village ami Alexandria county court
house, or near that vl?-lnlty: Immediate answer ^
requested. Address Box 220, Star office. w
se2.']-3t*
FOR SALE?HANDSOME PROPERTY, 100*130* f,
lawn, shade frillta ntdt.lo li?nn?i-r hot i.,.it ,.,>1,!
water; 6 room*; small cash payment; balance c<
monthly. OWNER, 1600 N. J. av'e, n.w. se22-3t
FOR RENT?7~ROOM HOUSE. WITH ALL MOO- en?
conveniences? large lot; porches, with chicken fl,
house; rent reasonable. 433 G st. u.w.. opposite
pension bureau. se22 3t* h>
PEOPLE WHO RELY SOLELY ON THE PAST lc
for consolation for their present inertia are c<
Invariably those who get left. Get a move on
you. open up your future by securing two of our ^
elect lots at a one-lot prir?. Just think!
CHEVY CHASE property at 3c. to 5c. per
foot, and ranging from 135 to 250 feet In depth.
H. M. MARTIN OO., C<
1741 Pa. ave. n.w.
NORTH RRIGHTWOOn. _ 81
jmi una id mis suoaivision, near kock cret* ci
Park, have city water and sewer facilities, and y<
houses can be built with all city Improvements.
Including gas or electric light. Five beautiful ^
houses already built and occupied. BrightwDod
a\e. cars pass In front of this property. Publie
school, churches and market within two "I
squares. Can you find lots elsewhere having ai
these advantages for the present prices? InveMigate
snd confer with us before buying.
Jie sure to buy or build where your investment i
will Increase In value. 'Phone or call before
the best lots sre sold. **
RKRRRRT F! S\fITTT Manncer ftl
M*22-7t-16 510 Corcoran building. M. 1872. pi
rVYNER OF TWO WELL-LOCATED LOTS IN "
FORT MYER HEIGHTS desires to dispose cf C(
iinic; size of each, 50x100 feet, or 10.000 squtie tl
feet In all. Paid 10 cents per square foot; vill
wll at baif ($500) price to Immediate purchaser.
107, Star office. se22-Ht*
'Oil SAI.E?FROM 1 TO 5 ACRES. NEW HOUSE; tc
a.ml.; Tennallytown and Rockville electric. J.
H. MILLER. 1304 F Be22-71
OR SALE^-COLLEGE PARK, MD.; BEAUTIFUL- tc
ly and healthfully located, 8 miles from the city,
on the lialto. & Ohio steam road and City & Suburban
electric line, conthruous to the Md. Agr. c*
College and Experimental Station, where you UJ
may learn all about fruits, flowers and vegetables.
tor Sale?Cottage of 6 rooms with acre lot; all gt
modern improvements; cottage of 8 rooms; lot j
75*190 ft. Moderate prices and reasonable terms.
Address GEO. II. CALVERT, (College Park, Md. a
se22-7t aj
rOR SALE?AT A SAi'lUFICE?SEVEN-ROOM
house; pantry, kitchen, cellar, shade, fruit, pure
water; fenced; convenient to steam and electric
cars; $l,90M. MRS. CAIISON, Branchvllle, \!d. Sfi
s??22-3t* pi
"OR SALE-BROOKLAND, D. C.: EXCELLENT .
7-room, bath, house; very large lot; one square C1
from cars; only $8,000; $050 cash, balance $25
per month, Including all principal and Interest.
se22 3t H. T. WILDER, 317-318 Bond bldg.
FOR SALE?
At KENSINGTON. 8-room house. In thorough pe
repair; steam heat, large grounds. Price, $8,600;
terms to salt. je
FOR SALE- c?
A 14-room bonie; large grounds; boose ,nr th
rounded by beautiful nbwde trees- located in one n<
of fho choicest section* of the Dint riot, within
driving distance of the Capitol. Will ba told js
very cheap. i
'OR SALK? hi
28 ?cr?, with large home, eloae to elty: ad- of
Joining one of th? flnesc country estates tn be
Montiromerv conntv Mnrrlonil Will pvpbanirp ?
for city property. fa
TBRREIX A IJTTLJt. Ia,
Colorado building,
bp22 nt.eSu 14th and ti sts. Q'
OR SALE?ONE OF THE CHOICEST CORNERS al,
in Petnorth. with south and east exposures; etl
bouse contain* eijrbt large rooms, tile bath, wide pi
ivrRiiiMiB, ittiKr yrouiiua; price very reasonnoir. re
TERRELL & LITTLE, Exclunlrff Agent*. w!
200 2<)7 Oolurailo building, 14th and 0 ata. n.w. fr
ae22 3t.eSu ,
OR SALE HANDSOME PIKCE OF GROUND. w
20 acres, for subdivision; level all(! smooth: one
square two ear lines; near Brlghtwood ave.; one ,
sqimre noiw; cneapesi ground n.w. ?ecuon. .
?-22-3t.eSu* GEO. M. SLYE, 020 F n.w. be
?IiEAt'TIFUL LOTS GIVEN AWAY FREE
$75 KL'YS A LARGE HOME LOT
Containing About Ten City Lota at p3
BEAUTIFUL 'OAKLYNV
Cash or Installment*. Title guaranteed. War- r
rantv deed free. Elevation, 200 feet. Overlook!ng
city. ,
For ten days will give every bujer of a lot
at ' Oaklyn" W*
ABSOLUTELY FREE A $50 LOT AT ml
UMAMniA ril<i*lL.A>L>S. 4
Come and let us show you these lots. EVERY
DAY ANT) SUNDAY. ISold by owner on I v. **
"OAKLYN" OFFICE, 623 F Street N. W.
se21-tf Ri
lit SALE?LARGE LOTS IN GROWING SLRnrb,
overlooking Potomac river; 'ar lines to ; nv 11
Sir' of city: easy-payment plan. Address W. II a*
.. Star ofliqr. se20-Ut 8C!
Oil SALE?LARGE LOT IN GROWING SUB
urb. overlooking Potomac river: ear lines to any co
Sort of city; easy-payment plan. Address W. II. r.
.. Star office. se20 7t
C R E S T O N . m<
J
INE CAR FARE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY, en
TIIEHE ARE NO SMALL SUBDIVISIONS IN sk
HIS SECTION. 0I}
IT IS A NEIGHBORHOOD OP ELEGANT .
[OMRS. yo
AMONG THEM BEING THOSE OK ADMIRAL 3
IXLiY, Mil. GEO. N. SAEGMDLLEIl AND wl
L'DGE GRUNWELL. SOI
VILLA SITES Of A QUARTER ACRE, WITH
Sll'ERB VIEW OF CHEW CHASE. CLEVE- ^
AND I'ARIv, SOLDIERS' HOME AND THE ,f
ATHOLIC AND AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES. at,
AN ELEVATION OF 4Oil FEET. of
12 MINUTES' RIDE ON THE GREAT FALLS 1 1
ND OLD DOMINION ELECTRIC R. R. ?
J. W. CRAIG. ,.a
'Phone 1330. 410 Colorado bldg.
sel5-90t,28 Drj
Mi SALE SUB L'KB AN LOT, CONVENIENT TO vol
electric cars; growing section; only $250; $5 api
mommy; gooa pront can oe ma tie on investment; ft
secure quick. CLAKK BHOS., Commercial Bank
bldg. leU-lOt ^
. G. HOPKINS, FALLS CHUttCH AGENT FOU dis
the best local Teal estate. Houses or building ?
lots; rentals or sales; elegant cottage sites, $100;
$10 cash, $5 per month. Write or 'phone for T
list. HERBERT G. HOPKINS. Agent. E. Fall? A L
Church. Va. ?eS-90t to
DTS ON 29TH AND aojll 8TS. N. B., IN
Rogers' Addition, Mt. Ranier, Xld., high and ^
beautiful location, fiue shade, splendid water, D<i"
pure air, no typhoid or malaria, excellent car ^
service and one fare. Lots 4 times 4 times 4 "
times 4 times larger tliuu- ordinary city lots. the
Average price, $200 to $500. This section la the a
only part of Washington that affords to people
of moderate means delightful homes, sure and Tia
Bafe investments. Conveyancing recording and un'
Litle free. Ask for ROGERS, Di?trict line office in tur
itation, or 344 D st. n.w. Take G street or tov
New York avenue cars jjolng cast. Maryland office t
open till 6 o'clock. PRODUCE THIS AD.
sefl-21t _ ?
OR RENT?*25; 10 ROOM HOUSE; 4 ACRES; mu
tables, sheds and shade, on Queen's Chapel hai
road and Lawrence *t. JOHN L. KNOPP, cor- ti
ner 20th and Jackson sta. n.e. anl-tf
ACRE LOTS AT .NORTHWEST PARC. aK(
In noribweat ?ectloa; Waahlnjton anil RockTlll*
rtectrlc can; $751) to $850 per acre; Jloo caab, bai. Jor
ance mouthlvj money loaned to build. Write,'pbona *esi
or call for plat. etc. WILLIAM F. MATTESOX. L
818 Colorado bids 'Pbone Main 6450. jylO-'JOC the
Oil SALE?FINEST LOTS IN TAKOMA PARK;
Dear electric and steam car lines; water, aewcr Uci
and gas; cheap and on easy terms, wo;
A. A. LIPSCOMB and J. P. EARNEST. Is
nyl0-180t Trostees, 323 4% at. n.w. in
OR HK.ST?$15: 2 NEW 8-ROOM HnflSIM IM
Langdon. JOHN L. KNOPP, corner 20th tn4 v,in
lackaun sl?. n.e. Ml-U j^a(
. I. AVE. ADDITION TO MT. RAINIER; ORAJI- Si
3LITH1C SIDEWALKS; BTKKBT8 LIGHTED u*
ELEX'I'KICITY; l'OFULAR TRICES; ONE FARE. .
OFFICE. DISTRICT LINE STATION", MT RAJN Soc
1KR. MP- 1'. O. ap7-tf
ST A CERTIFICATE QJT THU! TO XOUB SUBurbtn
or (arm parr-base in Maryland from the "e"
Maryland Real Eatate Title Co., Com. Nat'l Bant hea
bids., Htb and U, and jour title will be aecnr*. "<
lya-q.eco Lu<
((]
wo Women and One Man Drowned, pro
During % squall last night a rowboat con- ^,a,
lnlng two men and two women was sld<
raiupvu m iixaumcc uaj, uu iuicuu, aim xrci
e women and one man were drowned. ^
le drowned were James Howes, barten- per
t; Miss Hate Carlln, aged twenty-eight: Sho
rs. Leslie WaUon, aged thirty-seven. Ed tur
veetman. the fourth member of (Tie party, life
ung to the side of the boat and luta res- M
led by Commodore Frejr of Toledo gla
icht Club. "<
J _
The Yellc
The Further Adventures <
By E. Phillij
Author of MA Maker of History,' "T
"Tb* Betrayal/' "A 1
| (uopjnrii. nj kjv
CHAPTER XVni.
There was for the moment a dead ?1
:nce. The toft patter of cards no longer
bH upon the table. The eyes of every one
rere turned upon the newcomer. And he,
>anlng upon his stick, looked only for one
erson, and, having: found her, took no heed
f any one else.
"Lucille!"
She rose from her seat and stood with
anda outstretched toward him, her lips
artc-d In a delightful smile, her eyes soft
'1th happiness.
"Victor, welcome! It Is like you hive
jund me, and. I knew that you would
jme."
He raised her fingers to his lips?tenderly
with the grace of a prince, but all the
ltectlon of a lover. What he said to
er none could hear, for his voice was
iwered almost to a whisper. But the
)lor stained her cheeks, and her blush
as the blush of a girl.
A movement of the duchess recalTed him
) a sense of his social duty. He turned
jurteously to her with extended hand.
"I trust," he said, "that I may be forIven
my temporary fit of aberration. I
innot thank you sufficiently, duchess, for
sur kind Invitation."
Her answering smile was a little dulous.
"I am sure." she said, "that we are deghted
to welcome back among us so old
na valued a mend, i tuppoBe you Know
ery one "
Mr. Sabtn looked searehlngly around, exlanging
bows with those whose face*
ere familiar to him. But between htm
nd the Prince of Saxe Lelnltzer th^re
issed no pretense at any greeting The
vo men eyed one another for a moment
>ldly. Each seemed to be trying to read
le other through.
"I believe." Mr. Sabln said, "that I have
>at privilege. I see, however, that I am
i continue. With your permission, duchis,
I will remain a spectator. There are
any things which my wife and I have
i say to one another."
The Prince of Saxe I>elnltzer laid his
irds softly upon the table. He smiled
son Mr. Sabln?a slow, unpleasant smile.
"I think," he said slowly, "that our
une must be postponed. It is a pity, but
think It had better be so."
"It must be entirely as you wish," Mr.
ibin answered. "I am at your service
)w or later."
The prince rose to his feet.
"Monsieur le Due de Souspennier." he
lid, "what are we to conclude from your
efence here this evening?"
"It is obvious," Mr. 8al>in answered. "I
aim my place among you."
"You claim to be one of us?"
"I do!"
"Ten years ago." th? prince continued,
r'ou were granted immunity from all the
:naltles and obligations which a co-mem rshlp
with us might Involve. This prlvi
ge was extended to you on account of
rtain great operations In which ycu were
ien engaged, and the object of which was
>t foreign to our own alms. Tou are
vare that the period of that Immunity
long since past."
Mr. Sabln leaned with both hands upon
s stick, and his face was like the face
a sphinx. Only I,ucllle, who knew him
st of all those there, saw him wince for
moment before this reminder of his great
ilure.
"I am not accustomed," Mr. Sabln said
lletlv "to slllrlf mi/ ulmru ..f anrl Ir.
ly undertaking with which I am connectOnly
in this ease I claim to take the
ace of the Countess Lucille, my wife. I
quest that the task, whatever It may be
hich you have imposed upon her, may be
ansferred to me."
rhe prince's smile was sweet, but those
ho knew him best wondered what evil
might betoken for his ancient enemy.
"You offer yorself, then, as a full memx?"
"Assuredly!"
'Subject," he drawled, "to all the usual
.ins and privileges?"
"Certainly!"
fhe prince played with the cards upon the
ble. His smooth, fair face was unruffled,
most undisturbed. Yet underneaih he
<s wondering fiercely, eagerly, how this
Ight serve his ends.
"The circumstances," he said at last, "are
culiar. I think that we should do well
consult together?you and I, Felix, and
loul here."
rhe two men named rose up silently,
le prince pointed to a small round table
the farther end of the apartment, half
reened of# by a curtained recess.
'Am I also," Mr. S:tbin asked, "of your
mpany ?"
rho prince shook his head.
'I think not." he said. "In a few mo
-ma vte win return.
Jr. Sabin moved away with a slight
igmatio gesture. Lucille g. thered up her
irts, making room for liim by her side
a small sofa.
'It is delightful to see you, Victor." she
irmured. "It Is delightful to know that
u trusted me."
ilr. Sabin looked at her. and the smile
lich no other woman had ever seen
ftened for a moment his face.
'Dear Lucille," he murmured, "how onuM
u ever aoutit It? There was a day, I
mit, when the sun stood still, when,
I had felt inclined to turn to light literjre?
I should have read aloud the Cook
Job. But afterward?well, you see that
im here."
ihe laughed.
'X knew that you would come," she said,
nd yet I knew that it would be a strugi
between j'ou and them. For?the
[nee 'L. she murmured, lowering her
ice. "had pledged Ills word to keep us
Jr. Sabin raided his head, and his eyes
.veled toward the figure of the man
10 sat with his back to them in the far
tant corner of the room.
The prince." he said softly, "is faithto
his ancient enmities."
jucille's face was troubled. She turned 1
her companion with a little grimace.
He would have me believe," she mur- ,
ired, "that he is faithful to other things
lides his enmities."
Ir. Sabin smiled.
I am not Jealous," he ssli! softly, "of '
i Prince of Saxe Leinitzer!" <
.s though attracted by the mention of his 1
ue, which must, however, have been
heard by him, the prince at that moment 1
ned round and looked for a moment j
yard them. He shot a quick glance at
dy Carey. Almost at once she rose ;
m her chair and came across to them.
The prince's watchdog," Lucille raurred.
"Hateful woman! She is bound
id and foot to him, and yet "
[er eyes met his, and he laughed. <
Really," he said, "you and I In our old
i might be hero and heroine of a little 1
nance?the undesirlng objects of a hope- 1
i affection!"
ady Carey sank Into a low chair by ,
ir side.
You two," she said, with a slow, ma- ,
ous smile, "are a pattern to this wicked
rid. Don't you know that such fidelity
nORitivplv sinful anH aftor thrw von ?
such a country, too?"
[t Is the approach of senility," Mr. Sa- c
answered her. "I am an old man, t
iy Muriel!"
he'shrugged her shoulders.
Fou are like Ulysses," she said. "The J
is. or rather the goddesses, have helped
i toward Immortality." j
ft is," Mr. Sabln answered, "the most
icious piece of flattery I have ever
.rd." 8
Calypso," she murmured, nodding toward c
jille, "is by your side." t
ReaHy," Mr. Sabin Interrupted. "I must t
test. Lucille and I were married by '
most respectable Episcopalian clergy- ?
n. We have documentary evidence. Be- 8
;s. If Lucille is Calypso, what about 1
lelope?" J
adv Carev smiled thoutfhtfullv. '
[ have always thought." she said, "that ( n
lelope was a mytl). In your case I
uid say that Penelope represents a re- f
n to sanity?to the ordinary ways of
!r. Sabln and LuclHe exchanged swift '
nces. He raised his eyebrows. li
Our little Idyll," he said, "seems to b* -
jl
m Crayon
>f ''Mysterious Mr. Sabin"
js Oppenheim,
he Traitor*," "The Matter Mummtr,"
Prince of Sinner*/' Etc.
M, Mead a d OsapiBj.)
I the sport and buffet of every one. Ton for*
get that I am of the ?ld world. 1 do not
unrf#?r*fnnrl mn^omUv "
"Ulysses," she answered, "wan th#
old world, yet he was a wanderer In nor#
senses of the word than one. And there
iitive neen nme? "
Her eyes sought hlf>. He Ignored nb*>?
lutely the subtlety of meaning which 1tirk?4l
beneath the heavy drooping eyelids.
"One travels through life." ha mtwcrtd.
"by devious paths, and a little wandering
In the flower gardens by the way Is th#
lot of every one. But when the Journey
Is over, one's taste for wandering lias gon?
?well. I'lysses finished his day? at th#
hearth of Penelope."
She rose and walked away. Mr. Sahln
sat still and watched her as though listening
to the soft sweep of her gown upon
the carpet.
"Hateful woman!" I.ucllle exclaimed
lightly. "To make love, and mich love.
to one's lawful husband before one's fa.C?
Is a little crude, don't you think?"
He shook his liead.
"Too obvious," he answered. "She 14
playing*the prince's name. Dear tne. ho\*
Interesting this will be soon."
She nodded. A faint smile of bltterne*?
had stolen Into her tone.
"Already," 8he said, "you are beginning
to acent the delight of the atmosphere.
You are stiffening for the fight. Soon '*
ah, mi: i/oif i say it, " ne wnisperea.
taking her hand. "I wHall never forget. If
the fight seems good to m? It I* becau?4
you are the prize, and after all, you know,
to fight for one's womankind la among
the primeval Instincts."
Lady Carey, who had been pacing th?
room restlessly, touching an ornament here,
looking at a pleturc there, came hack t<*
them ?nd stood before Mr. 8abln. She had
caught his last words.
"Primeval Instincts!" she exclaimed mock?
lngly. "What do you know about them.
you or all men. r bundle of nerve* an>J
brains, with a motor for a heart, anrt an
automatic brake upon your pa??lon?? I'pon
my word, I believe that I have solved the
mystery of your perennial youth. You hav?
found a way of substituting machinery
for the human organ, and you are woun4
up to go forever."
"You have found me out." he admitted.
"Prof. Pennlngram of Chicago will supply
you, too, with an outfit. Mention my nam*
If you like. It 1? a wonderful country,
America."
? up prince came over to them, fair ?rn|
bland, with no trace upon his smooth fea?
turcs or In his half-jesting (one of any
evil things.
"Souspenttler." lie said. holding out hif
hand, "welcome back once more to your
old place. I am huppjr to say that there
appears to be no reasons why your cla.Ua
should not be fully admitted."
Mr. S ibin rose to his feet.
"I presume." he *ald. "that no very active
demands are likely to be made upon my
| services. In this country more than any
other I fefcr that the [tnwslbillties of iny
< aid are scnnty."
The prince smiled.
"It is a fact." lie said, "which we ftU
i appreciate. Upon you at present we makg
no claim."
There was a moment's Intense silence.
A steely light glittered in Mr. Sahln's eye*.
He and the prince alone remained standing-.
Tho 1> ? ?- ' -
. v. wKtcnea iiiem
through lier lorgnettes; I-?Jy Carey watch"
ed, too, with an Intense eagerness. he#
eyes alight with mingled cruelty and excitement.
leucine's eye* were 10 bright
that one might readily believe the tear*
to be glistening beneath.
(To be continued tomorrow.)
RICH MAID JILTED FIANCE.
Made Fortune in Stocks and Passed
Up Poor Husband.
There wag no wedding at the home of
uiciin.t-1 firauy, in tirauaock, Pa.. last
Thursday evening, for Maggie Duffy, th#
bride-to-be, was not there when the mln*
ister called to perform the ceremony, and
the young man took the wedding ring,
which liad been left tor him by Maggie, and
silently and sadly went home. And all
because Maggie Duffy got a tip on stock*,
made some money, and. under the clrcum*
stances. ?> *> * ?
prominent to marry a poor clerk.
For several years past Maggie Duffy has
been a nursemaid in the home of Alva C.
Dinkey, president of the Carnegie Steel
Company, and had saved some money. Onf
day she overheard Mr. Dinkey remark that
certain stocks were hound to go up. 8h6
took her savings and invested In the stocks,
Sure enough, they went up. and MaggiO
soon had more money than shn would have
made ill vo:irs in her on m.i-a
She sent to Ireland for her parents, and
soon they were installed In a comfortably
home in Braddock.
"Yes, indeed; it's gone that Maggie is,'*
said Mrs. Duffy, her mother, this after*
noon. 'Phwat does she want to get married
for? Site's making lots and lots of
money on stocks, and some day she may rhave
a million. She's a good girl, is Muggie,
and it's a fool she'll be to marry a poo*
man now."
SPELLING REFORM GAINS.
242 School Rnnorinfiiii(1on?o I ?
Its Favor, Says Secretary.
Fully 242 school superlntendents hnva
expressed themselves as In favor of simplified
spelling, according to a statement
issued by G. W. Wharton, assistant secretary
of the simplified spelling board in
isew iorK city. In point of numbers 1UU ?
nols leads, with 24 superintendent? S
Pennsylvania Is second, with 10; Ohio Is
a close third, with IS, and New York an.l
New Jersey have, respectively, 17 and 1ft.
The Pennsylvania list Is as follows:
Oliver P. Cornman, J. H. Mlchener anil
George Wheeler of Philadelphia; Reed 13.
1'eitrick, Brookvllle; A. Duncan Yocum,
Oliester; Virgil G. Curtis, Curry; H. 17.
Winner. Duquesne: James J. Palmer,
Greenville; Eli M. Rapp, county superintendent,
Hamburg; I). A. Harman, Hazleton;
L>. L. Hower, Hones dale; Jamos >T,
Muir, Johnstown; R. K. Buehrle, I-an.'as?
ter; A. B. Hess, Mechanlcsburg; H. H.
Spayd. Minersville; Robert E. Laramy,
Pho'enixville; L. E. McGlnnes, Steelton;
John J- Young. Williamsport, and A.
Among the New Jersey superintendents
who agree with Andrew Carnegie, anil ,
President Roosevelt on the proposed alterations
in the orthographical form are:
fames E. Bryan of Camden, John En-lght
of Freehold and H. B. Howell
??hillipsburg.
ILL BEADY FOB THE PBESIDENT
jluih. uuuuijr, iiuiujioauia, HI U1T4
Him a Royal Welcome.
Representative D. F. Lafean, with tha
llrectors of the York county, (Pa.) Agrlcul- .
ural Society, has completed all arrange
nents for the visit to York of President
Roosevelt Thursday, October 4.
The President's party will leave Harris urg;
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon and
irrlve there at 3:40 o'clock. He will be met
it the depot by Representative Lafean and
ither prominent citizens. and then, escorted
>y a troop of cavalry, he will prooeed to
he fair grounds. The President will bo
Iriven around the race course several timet,
o that all present may gee the chief elective.
After delivering a brief address he
fill be taken to the lrtune of Representative
^afean, whose guest he will be for the renalnder
of the day.
The President's nnrtv will lnov^ Vnrl* -
or Washington sometime Thursday night.
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