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THIS AITERIVOOir. ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. Trustees' Sale of Large Th ree=story P e b b 1 e= dashed Dwelling, Con= taansng 115 Rooms and 3 Baths, No. H7 Quarry Road, Just North of Co= lumlbia Road North= west. Br vlrtne of * certain deed or trust. duly re corded in Liber >n. ::ti92. folio 77 el acq.. of th? laud records of the District of Columbia. and at the reqncst of the party secttrcd thereby. w, th* undersigned trustees. will sell at public suction. In front of the premises. nc TIIURS DAV TilK TWENTY SIXTH DAY or JAN VARY. A lt. 1011. AT KOm O'CLOCK I' M., '.he follow ins described land ami premises. sit uate in the city of Washington, in tin- District of Columbia. ami designated a* and twine lot In Mary I. May's sul?llvision of lot 2sn and part of lot lo2. Lanier Heights. as per |ilat re corded In Liber County No. 17. folio 11.1. of the surveyor's office records of the District of Colum bia. partially Improved by a large three-story pebble dashed l.Vroom anil .1 bath dwelling, par tb-ulaily adapted tor a school, sanatorium, ideal bom<' or apartment. Th* lot has a frontage of 65.27 feet and contains 7..".0S.!i!s square feet. Terms of sale: Subject to a prior deed of trust for $11,000, balance cash, or all cash at the op tion of the purchaser. A deposit of $:;t>0 will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial tees at ihe cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right !<? resell the property at the risk and cost of tin defaulting purchase;-, after tive days' advertise ment of such resale in some newspaper published u the city of Washington, D. C. SIMON LYON. R. B. H. LYON. .1?17-d<il* Trustees. TOMORROW. Roger B. Smith, Auctioneer. Beginning FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911, AT 10 A.M., Will Sell AT PUBLIC AUCTION the Entire Stock of 818 7th St. NAY., FORMERLY THE FAIR, Consisting: of I)ric-a-L>rac, Cliina . 1 ware. Household Goods, Cooking j I tonsils, Toys, etc. Fixtures. Showcases. Kvcrything must go, and store I vacated bv Ian. 31. ROGER* B. SMITH. | >24 St ADAM A. WESVHLER. AUCTIONEER. Prame Dwelling No. 3322 P St. N.W., Iby Auction. By virtue >tf authority vested in the under signed 1 will sell bv public auction. In front of th" premise*. ..n FRIDAY. THE TWKNTV SEVENTH I>AV OF JANI ARY. '1011, AT 11A I,FT'AST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. part of lot HI In Bentty and llawkins' subdivision of lot* in square 7.". now known ?s square 1245, Oeorce town. D. C.. iiav ;i;g a frontage of 24 feet by depth of ai>out 150 feet, improved by S-room frame dwelling. Terms cash. A deposit of $10.1 required at sale. Terms of sale to l>e complied with in 30 (lays. All conveyancing. recording. etc., at pur chaser's cost. Title pood or no sale. ADAM A. WESCHLER, Auctioneer. ?a28-?Mtds.eSii THOfc. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE REAL E3 TATE. IMPROVED BY TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING NO. 2233 ONTARIO ROAD N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded In l.iber No. 31S9. folio .H et seq.. of the ! land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. ; 111 front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE I TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF JANUARY. A.D 1P11. AT HALF-PAST FOI'R O'CLOCK P.M.. ' the follow lug-described land and premises, sit- j net* in the county of Washiugton. District of Columbia, mid desigrated as and being lot S6 In John Miller's subdivision of lots in block 4. ??Meridian Hill." as per plat recorded in County Book 23. pace 70. in the surveyor's office for said D'strict; subject to prior deed of trust for J1.500. Terms of sale; One third of the purchase , money over said trust to be paid in cash, bal ?Bee in two equal installments, payable in one and two years, with interest at t) per ccntuni per annum, payable seiui-annually. from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at tin- option of the purchaser A deposit of *100 will i.p required -'it time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to In- complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell ihe prop erty at th'.- risk and co<-t of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of stt<h resale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C. JOS. H. KKA.NK. WM. T. WILLETT. Jal7-dAds.eSu Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN A SON. AUCTIONEERS. KXECI TOR'S SALE OF HOCSKHOLD IT KM Tt RE BEINii TIIK PERSONAL F.FI'E'TS OF THE LATE F. A. I?l MN. WITHIN PREMISES NO. 123? GIRAltD STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of authority vested in me as execu tor." 1 will sell at public auction, in above prem ises on FRIDAY. THE TWK.NTY-s'FYENTH P\Y OF JANI ARY. Hill. COMMENCING AT TEN-THIRTY O'CLOCK A.M.. the entire con tents of above dwelling, consisting. In part. <if Parlor. Dining R?-oni and Bedrooin Furniture. Brass and Enamel Beds. Hair and otht*r Mat tresses, Blankets. Feather Pillows. Bed an 1 Table Linen. China ami Glassware, IL~.li Back. Bookcase, Bric-a-brac. Pictures, etc.. Kitchen t tenstls, Rugs. Carpets, etc.. and many other articles, ail in first-class condition. Terms cash Jar: tt WII.I.IAM CALVIN SAI'P. Executor. Fl TURK DAYS. ADAM A. \\LsCliLF.K TlCTToNEETT ~~ trisi%:ks' sale of four attractive DWELLINGS IN the NORTHWKST SUB I BBS OF WASHINGTON. KNOWN AS PREMISES NoS. MHiO THIRD ST BEET \ND 325 AND .".2?i SHEI'HERD STREET. Bv virtue of a eertaln deed of trust, dated April 11. 190*. and reeordeil in Liber No. 3i;:2, folio 1S7 et seq . of the land records of the llis trlct of Columbia, and at the request of the holders of the notes secured thereby, the under signed trustees will -Iter for sale at public auc tion. in front ? the respective premises, on Monday the thibtietii day of Jan uary. l'.?11. COMMENCING AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described real es tate. situate In the county of Washington, Dis trict of Columbia, to wit; Lots numbered forty one (41). forty-three (43), fifty-three (53) arid nfiy-five 1551 of Luther A. Swartzell's subdivi sion of square numbered one hundred and nine <100). "I'etworth Addition to the City of Wash ington." now known as square nura't>ered thirty three hundred and thirteen (3313), as said sub division Is recorded in Book ?:ounty ^3. f,,iio 12W. of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, together with the improve ments thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid In cash, and the balance to t>c paid In two equal Installments, respectively, m <-ne and two years, secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, with interest, payable semi annually, at the rate of tlve and a half per cent i<er annum, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. V dei>osit of Jli?i on eaeU lot to l>e paid at the tliue of sale. Sale to lie closed in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the property ms> !*- resold at the ri?k and cost of defaulting purchaser, after live days' advertise ment In some newspaper published in Washi ngton. D. C. Convevanclne at the ? ost of pur chaser. CLARENCE B RltEEM. Trustee. ALEXANDER T. HFNSEY. Trustee. Jalfi-dAdscSii 727 l.r>th st. n.w. ADAM A. WESCHLEIt. AUCTIONEER. TR1STEK-S' SALE OF A ROOMY AND AT TRACTIVE BItICK AND STONE DWELL ING ON THE CORNER ok EIGHTEENTH STREET ANDKIIJtitUKNF. PLM'K. INGLE SIDE. KNOWN AS PREMISES No. 3156 EIGHTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a eertaln deed of trust, dated March 1, If*?, and recorded in l.iber 3215, at folio 4X4 et seq . of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and at the request of the holders of the notes secured thereby, the under signed trustees will offer at public auction in front of the premises ON TUESDAY. THE THIRTY FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. iftll. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M . the following described land and premises sit nnte In the county of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Ix?t numbered sixty-four (?Ml in Harry T. Jones' subdivision of lots In block numbered eighteen (1S>. in the Walbrldre subdivision of "InKl^aldc," ss |>er plat of sabl .lones' sutslivisiou re.orded In Liber county No. 20, folio 71, of the records of the .if the surveyor of the District of Columbia, together with "tlie improvements thereon; subject, how ever. to two certain prior deeds of trust?one for ?U.iOo. dated N'ovcnilier I. Jf*?5, and one for $1,300, dited June 22. lltOS?together with interest thereon from February 1. 15*10, at tho rate of 5 per cent per aunuui. Terms of sale: The deeds of trust herein above mentioned, aggregating $7,850. and in t'rest thtreou at the rate of 5 per cent per annum from February 1, 1U10. to be assumed by purchaser, tbe balance to bo paid in cash, oi- all cash, at the option of purchaser. A de posit of $2chi to be paid at the time of sale. Sale to be closed in fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the property may be resold at tlie risk and co?t of defaulting purchaser after five days' advertisement In some newapaper pub lished in Wsshiugtou. D. C. Conveyaucinf at the cost ?f purchaser. GEO W. F. NWARTZELL. ALEXANDER T. HENSEY. Jail d&ds.tSa 727 IStb st. n.w., trustee* , AUCTION SALES. Fl'Tl'RB days. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TBI'STFFS' SAI.E OK VALUABLE IMPROVED RF\L ESTATE KNOWN AS PREMISES NO 1130 NINETEENTH STREET N.W. P.v virtue of a certain deed of trust to us. -Inu.1 the Oil, day of June 1!K?. and corded in Li We r No. 28W. atfolio ?? ?t M*. one of the land records of ,he District lnmbla. anil ut the request of the partysecured thereby. the nnderaigncd will offer at public auc tion. in front of the ,[irt. TIETH PAY OF JAM ARV. 1811. AT HALv p\ST FOUR O'CLOCK I' M., the following de scril-ed Im 12' 1 ami premises, situate iu the city of Washington. District of Columbia. to wit. Lot No. 00 of Lew Is sulslivlslon of part of square 117. as per plat recorded In the office Of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, in Liler 2i?. at folio KM. improved by premises No. Nineteenth street n.w. lo be sold subject to ii first <iecil of trust on the above described premises for $3,500. ... ?lfw* _m Terms: All cash. A deposit of $100 will be required at the time of sale. All conveyancing an'l recording will be at the purchasers cost. linns to l>e compiled with within ten days, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell it the risk and cost of the defaulting" purchaser. \V. F. OGLE. 1647 Crescent place n.w., JOHN M. MOEHRING. 1117 1 st. n.w.. ? ja1Sii.tils.cSnA ia!9 Trustees. THOMAS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRI'STFES' SALE OE VALUABLE IMPROVED Bl SINESS PROPERTY? KNOWN AS !?1U <; STREET NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D. C. Under and by virtue of a certain deed of trust. diiiv recorded in I.ilier No. SOUS, folio 11! et seq., of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the reipiest of the party secured thereby, default having lieen made thereunder, the under signed trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY. J"J". SIXTH DAY OP FEBRUARY. A.D. 1911. A1 II \LF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow iug described land and premises, situate In the ? itv of Washington. District of Columbia, and '.csignated as and lielns lot numbered one hun dred four i KM* of T. W. Soran's subdivision of lots in square numliered three hundred seventy flve i:?75t. as per plat recorded in Book 11. I?. < ?? page twentv-two iLfJ1. of the records of the of t>ce of tin- surveyor of the District of Columbia, together with the improvements. etc.. thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase price to be paid in cash: the balance to be secured by a first deed of trust nnon the property sold, pay able In one and two years, with interest at the rate of five per centum per annum, interest payable quarterly, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $TiOO will lie required at llie time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, title and notary fees. etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with within fifteen <1.11 ?la.is from dale of sale: otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five i."i days' advertisement of such resale in some dailv newspaper published in Washington. I>. C. HARRY XORMENT. Trustee. CHARLES LINKINS, Trustee. ja24 d&ils.eSu THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM PROVED REAL ESTATE. ON E STREET BETWEEN 11 TH AND IL'I'H NORTHEAST. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re corded in Liber 2X13. folio 274 et soq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and ill the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, nt public auction, in front of the premises, ON SATUR DAY. THE FOURTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A.D. 1811. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol low ing described land and premises, situate in tiie city of Washington, District of Columbia, and designated as and being part of original lois two (2) and three CM in square nine bun ilred ami eighty-four (9S4I. said part of lota being now embraced in lots eleven til) and twelve <12* in George Francis Williams and others Commissioners' subdivision of square nine hundred ami eighty-four il'SO as said sub division is recorded in the office of the sur veyor of the District of Columbia in Book 22. page 4!?. . 'terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, balance in two equal installments, pajable in one and two years, with interest at t> per centum per annum, pay able semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash. Jit the option of the purchaser. A de posit of $1<ni will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, recording, etc., st cost of purchaser.' Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, other wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the priqierty st the risk and cost of defaulting pur chaser. after five days" advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washing ton. D. C. WILLIAM H. WALKER. WILLIAM L. LANNING. ja25 d&ds.exSu Trustees. THOMAS DOWLING & CO., AUCTIONEERS. CllWCERY SALE OF MODERN BRICK BUILDING. CONSISTING OF STORE AND TWO APARTMENTS, NO. 3112 14TH ST. N.W. ? 4 . ?tv virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of tbe'Distriet of Columbia, passed in equity cause No. 28103. we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at nubile auction, in Trout of lhe premises on FRID\Y. JANUARY TWENTY'-SEVENTH. 1811, AT HALF PAST FOI'R O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol lowing described land and premises, iu the Dis trict of Columbia, known as lot 187. In Clarence F Norment's subdivision of pari of a tract of lanl known as "Pleasant Plains." as per plat recorded in Liber County No. 11, folio Hi6, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Tertiks .if sale: line third of the purchase money to be paid in cash. Slid the hi lance In two equal installments, nayable in one and two years, with in-eresr a? 0 per centum per annum. payable semi-annually from day of snle secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A dcjiosit of ?500 will be required of the purchaser at lhe time of sa.e. \!l conveyancing, recording and notarial fees at th? cost of lhe purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from date of fale Otherwise the truslees reserve the right to leseil the property at the risk of the defaulting purchaser after five days' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washing ton. D. C. ^ D ROSENBERG. Dime Savings Bank building, WILTON J. LAMi>ERT. 410 5th st. n.w.. 'n 14 dAds.eS'.i Trustees. THOMAS J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Two Centrally Located Dwell ings Xos. 1531 "Vermont Ave. N.W. and 943 Mass. Ave. N.W., AT AUCTION. Bv virtue of authority vested In us. we will sell- at public aucl ion. lD 'r^'-THlRTIirrTtrn vTY preinlwe*. ?n ^ ?T 1 In.* i \ M \UV 11*11. COMMKN^ INO AT A OI'VRTER PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., with IVil Ver 1 -nt ave. n.w. .near l-.wa Circle;, being a 11) ree? t or v brick dwelling contalnlug 10 rooms and bath, with steam heat. \r \ or\irrKR to J ivf oti/vk p.m.. 043 mIss ave.* u.w. tnear the Public Library), being a brick and frame dwelling. TbeM. properties are well situated on wide a venues in the "downtown'' sect ion andtheir location is very desirable, and will insure a good investment. i? Terms will be announced at time Of sale, S'liO on deposit required on each parcel at time ff sale. Sale to be closed in 15 days, or de llWSTHOMAS J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers. ja21 d&ds.eSu THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRI 'STFES' SM.E OE VALUABLE IMPROVED REM. EST ATE. AN A^RAlTlVE SEMI DEI ACHEO HOME, CONTAIN INU SIX RooMS. BATH AND CELLAR.. HOT WATER HEAT, AND LARGE YARDS AND Bv v'lrtue of a certain deed of trust, duly r? confed in Liber No. r.U.2. folio 47 et *q. of the land records of the District of and at the request of the the utidersigned trustees will sell at tlon. in front of the premises on SAT LHUA i. THE TWENTY EIGHTH DAY OF JANUARY. \ D 1811 AT HALF PAST FOUR O CIXH.K P M the' following described land and pre?" Ls.Kltuate in the "city of Washington District Of Columbia, and designated as and l^ing alli of lot fourteen H4i in Abuer Greenleaf. trustees, siiUllvision of square thirty-live ???'?> '""wr}?,u*!5 ?ii!'., tn "Petwortb Addition to tje City "l Washington." as per plat re-oruod n Liter t'ountv No 22 foil" 75. of the records of the hurtetur's office of the District of Columbia, to gether with the Improvement, consisting of an Httractive semi-detached hom? iu the most rte Sirtble section of Pet worth and known as No. 7oT Rindolph street northwest. Terms of sale: one third of the purchase money to lie paid in cn>h. balance In two equal instalments, payable In one and two years, with interest at K |kt centum r?-r annum. i>ayaiiie -cmi annually, from day of sale, sccuicd >y deed of tnisi upon the property s?.ld, or all < ash. at the option of lhe purchaser. A deposit Of $-JO?i vv'11 l.e requlreii at time of sale. All Con veyancing. recording, etc.. at coat ?>f purcnaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within .W davs from dav of sale, otherwise the trustee# reservi the right to resell the property at the risk and cn-i ?.f defaulting purchaser, arter live days' advertisement of such resale in^ some Dew^iNiiier luibiishecl in Washington. L>. ALBERT F. FOX. Trustee. EDMUND K. FOX, Trustee, JalK dAds.exSu 14th at New York ave. ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF DESIRABLE UNIM PROVED I.OT ON 11 STREET NEAR THE CORNER < H 2,'iD STREET NORTHWEST. Bv virliu' of a decree of the Supreme Court of the" District of Columbia, wherein William 1. iiarvpv ? t al. are coin|)laIiiantti 14!1^ Hugh r. Harvev et al. are defendants, passed in equity I cause "No. 20402. the undersigned trustee# will at-ll l?v public auction, in front of tb* 1 on MONDAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF FEBRI - i ARY, 11*11. AT HALF-PAST FOLR O CLOCK P M.. the following described real estate, situate In the citv of Washington. Dlatrict of Columbia, to wit: Part of original lot numbered eleven ill) in square numbered forty-two (42), on H atreet l>etweeii 2.'t?l and 24th streets northwest. Terms: one-third of the purcbaae mouey cash the balance In equal Installments, at one and two vears. with interest from the day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable seini-unnuallr, secured by deed of trust on the projierty sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A dei??lt of $200 required at the i time of sale. If terms of sale are not complied ! with in fifteen days from the day of sale the i trustees reserve the right to resell the property I at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at the pur | chaser's cost. CHARLES W. DARR, Trustee. No. 705 G at. n.w. HAYDEN JOHNSON. Trustee. I ja20 U&Cf.eSii Columbian LuiiilnS. AUCTION SALES. FUTUKE DA) 9 THOS. J. OWEN & SONS, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OP VALUABLE REAL ES TATE LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OP EIOHTH ANL I STREETS NORTHWEST, IMPROVED BY FRAME DWEIJJNG NO. 8X? EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST AND BRICK STORE OR SHOP ON CORNER EIGHTH AND I STREETS NORTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust to us, duly re corded among the land records of the District of Columbia. In Liber 2339. at folio 70 et seq., we will, st trte request of the bolder of the note secured thereby. soil at public miction. In front of the premises, at Fol R O'CLOCK P.M.. ON THURSDAY. THE SECOND DAY OF FEBRU ARY, 1911. an undivided two-thirds (2-3l Inter cut In and to the following described property, situate, lying. and being in the city of Wash ington. In said District of Columbia, namely: Part of lots numbered one <1) and twelve (12> in squnre numbered four hundred and three (403), beginning nt the southeast corner of said lot numbe^d one (li; thence north with 8th street, eighty <80> feet seven (7i inches; tbence west seventy 170) feet; thence south ten 110) feet seven (7i inches: thence east fifty (50) f?*et; thence south seventy i7ii) feet; thence east with I street twenty l20> feet to the beginning. Terms of sale: One-third ? 1 -Hi cash, and the balance in one (1). two (2) and three (3> years, represented by notes of the purchaser, hearing 5 per cent interest, payable semi-annually, and secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchase;-. All conveyancing and recording at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within ten (10) days from the day of sale; otherwise trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser after at least five (5| days' advertise ment of such resale In some newspaper pub lished In the city of Washington. D. C. A de posit of two hundred and fifty ($250) dollars is required at the time of sale. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER. Trustee. ALBERT F. FOX. Trustee. JOHN B. LARNER, Attorney for Holder of Note Secured. ja2l-dAds.eSu THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM PROVED REAL ESTATE. S.W. CORNER OF 17TH AND E STREETS NORTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded In Liber No. 3115. folio 342 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, TIIE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JANUARY. A.D. 11)11. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the fol lowinc-descrliK'd land and premises, situate in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, and designated as ami being lot numbered 44 in J. H. Rotliert's subdivision in square numbered 172. as per plat recorded In (he office of the ! surveyor for the District of Columbia in Liber 2S. at folio 127. . Terms of sale: All cash. A deposit of $100 will be required at time of sale. All convty ancing. recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees re serve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in souie newspaper published in Washington. I). C. RICHARD S. MITCHELL. GEO. S. CHASE, jalO-d&ds.eSu Trustees. Til OS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING NO. 40!) I STREET N.K. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded In f.iber No. 27<i.'i, folio 320 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF FEBRUARY. A.D. 1911. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow ing-described land and premises, situate in (he city of Washington. District of Columbia, and designated as and being lot numbered S3 of Barr and Sanncr's subdivision of lots In square numbered 80S. as per plat recorded in Book 20. page 35. of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, together with the improvements. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid In <-ash. balance in two equal installments, payable in one and two years, with interest .at 0 per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by'deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de|>osit of $100 will be required at time of sale. All conveyanc ing. recording, etc.. at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' ad vertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C. II. BRADLEY DAVIDSON, LUTHER S. FRISTOE. ja24-d&ds.eSu Trustees. THOMAS DOWL1NG & CO., AUCTIONEERS? TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY. REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 13 T STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded in Liber No. 3389. at folio 135 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, ^the undersigned trustees will s"ll by public auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE THIRTIETH DAY OF JANUARY. A.D. 1911. ! AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M . the ! following described land ami premises, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, being known and distinguished as iot numbered thirty-one (3l> of Thonras Haslip's subdivision of lot numbered seven (7) in block thirteen <131, Bloomingdale. as same appears of record 111 County Sutslivislon Book seventeen (17), page 52. In the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, together with improvements there oi:; subject to a prior deed of trust for the sum of three thousand dollars i $3,000*. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months, secured by a deed of trust on the properly sold, or all cash, at the option of purchaser. A deposit of $100 w ill be required of purchaser at the time of sale. All conveyanc ing and recording at the cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to Ik- complied with within fifteen days from date of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advert Isetneiit of such resale in some news paper published in Washington. I). C. PERCY METZGER. Trustee, 472 Louisiana ave. J. E. A. DOERMAN, Trustee. jal"-dts.eSu 907 Westminster st. n.w. ADAM A. WESCHLER, A UCTIONEEIl. TRUSTEES' SALE OF \ VERY ATTRACTIVE DWELLING IN THE NORTHWEST SEC TION OK THE SUBURBS. KNOW* AS PREMISES NO. 4317 GEORGIA AVENUE. By virtue of two certain dei-ds of trust, one dated March 2">. 11*07. and recorded in Liber No. 3077. at folio 13 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Columbia, and one dated May 12, lflOS, and recorded In Liber 3It?l, at folio 33 et seq.. of said land records of the District of Co lumbia, and at the request of the holders of the notes secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer at public auction. In front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE THIRTIETH DAY I OF JANUARY. A.D. 1911. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described land and premises, situate In tte county of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: All of lot numbered thirty-seven (37) in Bates and John L. Warren's subdivision of lots In square numbered four <4l, now known as square num bered three thousand and twenty-one <30211. "Petworth Addition to Washington." as said subdivision Is duly re<>orded in Book 23. page 114. of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, together with the Improve ments thereon. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash and' the balance to be paid in two equal installments, respective',, in one and two years, secured by a deed o trust on the property sold, with Interest, payable semi-annually, at the rate of five ami a half per ] cent per annum, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 ?>, be paid at the time of sale. Sale to be clos si In fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise th'- property insy be resold, at the risk and cost of defaulting pur chaser. after five days' advertisement In some newspaper published In Washington. D. C. Con veyancing at the cost of purchaser. Clarence b. rheem. Trustee, ALEXANDER T. HENSEY. Trustee, JalS-dAds.eSu 727 15th st. n.w. TH0S. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE IN RENO SUBDIVISION. By virtue of a deed of trust recorded in I4b?r 1949, folio 491 et seq. of the laud records of the District of Colombia, and at th" request of the party secured thereby, we will sell at public auction at the office of Thomas J. Owen A Son. 1331 (5 st. n.w.. Washington, D. C.. on the THIRD DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1911. AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lots nunjltered 15. 30, 31 and a part of lot adjoining said lot 31 on the east, fronting 12.8 feel on Hancock s(. by a depth of DO feet, all of ?.aid lids and part of lot being in Block 10 of Onion and Butts' sub division of tile Giles Dyer estate, now called "Reno." as per plat recorded In Book Gov. Shep herd. page 01. of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Terms made known at time of sale. JOHN E. LASKEY. Trustee. JOHN C. HEALD. Trustee; jo24 eodftds.exSu j C. O. SLOAN & CO. (INC.), AUCTS., 1407 G ST. Large sale of Household Goods, Office Furniture, Carpets, Mir rors, etc., from the Security Storage Co., several prominent hotels, private owners and j other sources, within our rooms,, 1407 G St., (Hirst Floor.) Saturday, January 28, 1910, starting promptly at 10 a.m.. Comprising, In part. Flat-top Desks. Revolving Chairs. Large Pier Mirrors. Brass lied*. Enam eled Beds. Morris Chairs, Mattresses. Springs. Leather ("touches. Toilet Ware. Bureaus and Washstands. Lace Curtains and Portieres, lot Carpets and Rugs. Odd Chairs and Rockers, Trunks. Extension Tables. Pictures, Brlc-a-Brac, Gas and Oil Stoves, Ranges. Cooking Utensils, etc. And at 12 M. Horse, Carriage, Harness, Auto Robes and Coats, about 100 new Auto Tires, 30x3 and 30x3*4. Terms, cash. JnS9-2t C. G. SLOAN ft CO. (In?,), Auct* AUCTION SALES. FUTURE PAYS. At Wesclhler's, 920 Pa. Ave. N.W. Household Furniture, Upright Pianos. Fine Oil Paintings, | Rugs, Jewelry, etc., by order of Administratrix and others, BY PUBLIC AUCTION. SATURDAY, COMMENCING AT 9:30 A.M., Including "Gabler" and "Woodbury" Upright Tianos. new and second-hand Oak. Mahogany and Maple Dressers and Chiffoniers. Oak Red room Suites, Mirror-front Wardrobe. Parlor Fur niture. Oak Round Claw-foot Extension Tables. Sldeltoarda. Buffets. Dining Rooin Chairs. Leather Couch. Desks. Rockers. Brass and Enamel Beds. Sanitary Couches, Mattresses, Hall Racks, etc., ctc. ALSO Several Fine Oil Paintings by Max Weyl and other artists. At 12 O'Clock Noon. Autos, Horses, Carriages, Bug gies, Wagons, Harness, Auto Inner Tubes, 28x3 to ^4x4; etc. At 3 O'Clock P.M., Administratrix's Sale of Jewel ry, etc., Consisting, in part, of Diamond and other Rings, (?old and Silver Watches. Broochcs, Cuff Links. Stickpins. Chains. Charms. Clocks, Eye Tester, Regulator, etc., by order of Bella Rosenfeld, ad ministratrix. Terms cash. ADAM A. WESCHLER. Auct. ja20-2t ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. Bankruptcy Sale of the Entire Stock of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Notions, Toys, Jewelry. Stationery, Fixtures, etc., contained in the Whole sale Establishment at No. 635 D Street N.W'., also Horse, Wagon, Buggy and Harness. By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy Court in re Aaron Goldman, bankrupt. No. 707. the undersigned trustee will sell by public auc tion. within the above premises, on TUESDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1911. COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M.. a large Btock of ladies' and gents' furnishings, notions, underwear, laws, spool cotton and silk, buttons, pocket books, ink. mucilage, blacking, shoe polish, talcum powder. lamp wicks, shoe plates, vaseline, perfumery, soap. comb*, eye glasses. brushes. stationery. toys, jewelry, watches, etc., etc. Also counters, shelving, showcases, horse, wagon, buggy, harness, etc. Sealed bids will be received for the above at the office of the trustee up to twenty-four hours l?efore sale, accompanied by a eertlflcd check for $.VK> as a desalt on the stock as a whole. The trustee, however, reserves the right to re ject any or all proposals. Terms cash. JOSEPH D. SULLIVAN. Trustee. Columbian building. LUCAS P. LOVING. Attorney. ja-li-d&tfbs.eSu ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. " Trustees' Sale of Barroom Busi ness, including Excise License, Lease, Stock in Trade, Fix tures, etc., in No. 520 4y2 Street S.W. Fnder and by virtue of a deed of trust chat tels. dated December 20, 1909, and recorded In Liber 3280. folio 180 et sen., one of the lana records of the District of Columbia, we will sell by public auction, within the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE FIRST DAY OF FEBRU ARY, 1911, AT TWO O'CLOCK P.M.. all the goods, chattels and personal property contained in said premises and used in the conduct of the barroom business at No. 520 4'/j street southwest, and mentioned In the schedule attached to said deed of trust chattels and partly mentioned above. Terms: Cash. A deposit of <200 at time of sale, balance in fifteen days thereafter. Resale at cost of purchaser upon default In complying with terms. CHAS. W. DARR, LEO A. FINN. _ Trustees. DARR. PEYSER A TAYLOR. Attorneys for Holder of Notes Secured. ja26-d&dbs,eSu EDUCATIONAL. IN "WASHINGTON. 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GEORGIA. DE SOTO, Savannalh, Ga. A high-class tonrist hotel; both plana; now open fur the season; occupies entire square; all outside rooms. Savannah an iieal winter cli mate. Has over 100 miles of fine auto roada: golf and tennis: good bo:-ting, fishing and quail shooting. Write for booklet. SAVANNAH HOTEL CO. NORTH CAROLINA. PINEHURSf NORTH CAROLINA The Center of Winter Out-of-Door Life In the Middle South. Free From Cllmntir Extremes. The only rekort havloK THRKK IH-HOLK fjiOLF (OCRSES, all In pink of condition. Country Club open, 40,<M>0-aere Private Shoot Ins: Preserve) Fine Livery of Saddle Horses, Model Dairy, Tennis Court*, Trap Shootlns, etc. Health and Pleasure AT ATLANTIC CITY Come down during these delightful winter days; exhilaration is in every breath of the dry, pure sea air. The Boardwalk is dry, well kept, free frotu snow or slush, and the ren dezvous of many visitors, roller chairing, promenading and enjoying numerous other pastimes in the In vigorating salt air and warm sun shine. To thoroughly enjoy a visit make your rendezvous any of the Following; Leading Houses which are open all the year and will furnish information, quote rates, etc., on request. Hotel Strand The Shelburne The Holmburst The Pennhurnt Galen Hall Mar! borough-Blenheim Hotel St.Chariest Seaside House Hotel Dennis?Reopens Feb.. 1911. I Reached via the B. & O. R. R. or ? the Penna. R. R. The St. Charles. FOUR HOTELS NOW OPEN 52 Cottages. Xo Consumptives Received at Plneburst. Through Pullman Service from New York to Pine hurst via Seaboard Air Line. Only one night out from New York. Full information PIXEBUR8T GENERAL OFFICE, Pinehnrst, X. C. LEONARD TUFTS, BOSTON, MASS. OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. Sherwood fan, Trl?S? A most charming and healthful winter resort; mi'd climate; hotel beautifully located; refined and In every way attractive; entirely modern throughout; cuisine excellent: terras very moder ate: special weekly; open all year. Write for booklet. F. M. CUNNINGHAM. Mgr. HOTEL CMAMBERDnT Old Point Comfort, THE COMPLETE YEAR-ROUND RESORT. Booklets at C. & O. Ry. offices; Foster & Reynolds. BOS 14tb street; Norfolk & Washington Steam boat Co., 720 14th street n.w.. or address GEO. F. ADAMS. Mgr.. Fortress Monroe. Va. PROF. ELI M. LAMB DEAD. Was Founder of the Friends' School at Baltimore. BALTIMORE, January 26.?Prof. Eli Matthews Lamb, seventy-five years old, known to hundreds of Baltlmore ans as "Cousin Eli," founder of the Friends' Elementary and High Schools, and a characteristic example of the old-fashioned teacher, whose life work was the classroom, died at his home. 1432 McCulloh street, early yesterday morning. Death was due to an affection of the heart which followed an attack of pto maine poisoning. He was stricken with the latter December 11. Though his condition was considered critical, death came rather suddenly and fol lowed a sinking spell which he suf fered shortly after midnight. When the veteran professor realized he was ?Inking he said: "Take me back to my boys." He expired shortly afterward. Letters From Pittsburg Of ficials Found in Possession of Chinese Merchant. NEW YORK, January 26.?Customs agents and the city police raided two "cigar stores" in the heart of the Tender loin last night and seized GOO two-pound cans of prepared opium, enough raw opium to bring the value of the seizure to an estimated total of $10,000, and a quan tity of wires, lamps and other parapher nalia of opium smokers. Four Chinamen were arrested, charged with violating the federal opium exclu sion act of ltkw, and a bundle of letters addressed to Charles Boston, a wealthy Chinese, was seized and turned over to the United States district attorney's of fice. Letters From Police Officials. ! Among them were letters bearing the ? names of J. M. Morin, director of the de | partment of public safety uf Pittsburg; j 15. R. Walters, director of the department ' of public health of Pittsburg, and Joseph i P. Murray, police captain of the first ! district of Pittsburg. Each acknowl j edged receipt by the writer of a gift from | Boston. There was a letter purporting to have been written by Supt. McQuaide to L,. T. Stewart, superintendent of police of Chi cago. It was written on the superin tendent's official paper and dated August 10, 1010. It says: "This letter will serve to introduce to you Mr. Charles Boston, a worthy celes tial merchant of New York and Boston, who comes to me with the highest cre dentials. Mr. Boston is on a visit to Chicago, and any courtesies extended to him will be appreciated." The letter, signed with the name of the director of the Pittsburg department of public safety, was dated January J, 1911, and ran as follows: Acknowledges Beautiful Gift. "My Dear Mr. Boston: I beg to ac knowledge the receipt of your beautiful I present and wish to thank you in behalf of Mrs. Morin and myself. "Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year, I am, yours very truly, "J. M. MORIN." Both shops are on 7th avenue between 130th and 40th streets, where the white lights are brightest, and the raids stirred up much excitement. Some of the opium found was stamped with the government's revenue stamps, but the customs agents said the cans had been refilled. The shops have been under surveillance for some time, and the customs agents said that a list of the customers who "bought cigars" would make Interesting reading along Broadway. H0PPE SAYS IT'S AIL BOSH. Not to Give Up Playing to Enter on Business Career. NEW YORK, January 26.?Willie Hoppe, the world's billiard champion, was much surprised when informed of the reports circulated yesterday that ho intended to give up billiard playing as a professional and join his father in-law in the clothing business. lie said: "The way the story started, I guess, was when I told my manager that I wouldn't play any more one-night stands. I've been on the jump playing these engagements for nearly a month since our marriage, and naturally Mrs. Hoppe doesn't like it. She goes with ine on all my trips, and it Isn't exactly the life for a woman. I'll continue to accept engagements outside of New York, of course, but I won't go on the road for any extended trip. We are going to Europe in a month or two and I expect to play a series of matches with the French champions, Vignaux, Cure, Cassignol and Addorgan." "Yes, sir, and you can Just say that I'm going with them," put in Mr. Walsh, his father-in-law, cheerfully. Hoppe was married in Baltimore re cently. FOB NAVAL HEBO'S BURIAL. House Acts on Bill Relating to John Paul Jones. The House committee on naval affairs has authorized a favorable report on the bill which passed the Senate the 13th instant appropriating $13."),000 for the final burial of the body of John Paul Jones. The bill directs the Secretary of the Navy to have plans prepared for the com pletion of the crypt of the chapel at the United States Naval Academy at Annapo lis, Md., "as a permanent resting place for the body of John Paul Jones." TRY THIS TWO-MINUTE CURE FOR COLD IN HEAD OR CHEST It Is Curing Thousands Daily and Saves Time and Money Get a bowl three-quarters full of boiling wa ter. and a towel. Pour Into the water a teaspoonful of HYOM-EI (pronounced Hlgto-o-me). Put your bead over the bowl and cover both bead and bowl with towel. Breathe the Tapor that arises for two minutes, and presto! your bead is as clear as a bell, and the tightness In the chest is gone. Nothing like it to break up a heavy cold, cure sore throat or drive away a cough. It's a pleas-' ant cure. You'll enjoy breathing Hyomel. You'll feel at once it* soothing, healing and beneficial effects as It passes over the Inflamed and irri tated membrane. 80 cssts a bottle, at drug* gists everywhere. Ask Henry Evans and James O'Doonell for extra bottle lijumei lu&uieiU. THE SIEGE OF THE SEVEN SUITORS By MEREDITH NICHOLSON. % I 'Copyright. 1910. by lfer?d!th Xtebolnv. All R.'jhft Rtirrttd.) ? ?*- ?*- -*? A '*? ?*? A A A >- A A A A A CHAPTER XX.?Continued. I decided as I rode away that nothing was to be gained by going In search of Wiggins. Orton had purposely made his house difficult of access, and the roads in that neighborhood are many and de vious. Orton had banished his guests that he might tinker his play In peace, and knowing his temper. I was sure that Wiggins and the rest of them would keep out of his way till the pangs of hunger drove them back. I had ridden half a mile toward Hope field. when I espied a woman riding rap idlv toward me, and as she drew nearer T identified her as Hezekiah. mounted on a horse I recognized a* one of the best in Miss Octavia's stables. Hezekiah rode astride, as a woman should, her bicycle skirt serving well as a habit. She :o<le as a boy rides who loves freedom anrt quickened pulses and the rush of wind across his face. She was hatless. f which the sun and I were botii grateful. The big bow at the back of her head turned the dial back to sixteen. She drew rein and fished what seemed to i>e salted almonds from her sweater pocket. She filliped one of these intoi the air. and caught it in her mouth with a lazv toss of the head that, showed the firm contour of her lovely throat. I had never seen her more self-possessed. ^ "Do you care much for this horse, she asked, carelessly "it's a good horse: 1 fanc\ Miss Octa\ia thinks so herself. There a.-e places, Hezc kiaii. where they hang people for horse stealing.'' "Thought I might need one today, so I borrowed him?through the back way to the old red barn. The coachman is an ancient chum, and Aunt Octavla would never mind even if she knew. And she will know all right! Anyhow, my rear tire had been patched once too often, ana there is a satisfaction in a horse! Where s our sensitive and impressionable vv tgg> ? Saw him riding over toward Kiscoi yes terday p.m. with chin on his chest dreadful riding form." "Wiggins is at Orton s.?the Pl*> wright's vou know. I've telephoned him to hustle back, but he's out of our reach somewhere. I couldn't speak to him di-. rect: had to leave a message for him. ? Just like Wiggy to die on the last lap. What did you make out of Brother Pepperton?" "Your note scared me?thanks so much for your note?but he's all right. En gaged to another girl." "Ah," she sighed, "it s comforting that Cecilia couldn't keep them all going all the time." , . We rode along together, our horses in a walk, and I told her everything 11 knew of the condition of affairs, including a true account of my experiences at the inti the day before and of the finding or the old chest belonging to Wiggins' great grandfather?her brown eyes opened wide at tills?cone!uding with the diphtheria ! stratagem and Dick's menace to Cecilia s ^'"He's really a bright little boy. Coming home on the steamer he gave me a poet graduate course in pragmatism that l ve found helpful in keeping house for papa. It's too bad we have to lay a trap lor Mr. Dick." "Is It? Just how are we to manage that, Hezekiah?" "Oh. that will be easy enough. He s pretty desperate, and since the compact bet wen the suitors has gone to pieces he knows he will have to show his hand prettv soon. He thinks you are wild about Cecilia. He lays great stress on his think ing powers, and he probably argues that vou are bound to pop pretty soon. l1 just as well he thinks so. but we must finish tills up today; I'll be a nervous wreck if we don't close the books tonight. There's vour friend Dick now." She indicated a high point in the main road, where it crossed the ridge from which she had shown me?it seemed, oh. very long ago!?the procession of suitors crossing the stile. Dick, mounted was gazing off across the fields toward Hope field. Man and horse were bo distant as to create the illusion of an equestrian statue on a high pedestal. "Napoleon before Waterloo, I sug nested. . "He does look like Napoleon, doesn't he?" she laughed. "He s a bit fussed todav. He knows that Wiggy's not at the inn. and that you are up to some thing, and to little Mr. Dick the archi tect probably looks like one of those mys terious knights you read about, who sud denly appears at the tournament all can tied in an ice-cream freezer, with a tin pail over his head. Mr. Pepperton's pres ence no doubt worries him. as I don t think they ever met. Cecilia and Mr. pepperton are riding?I dodged them Just before I struck you, walking their horses in the most loverlike fashion In a lane over yonder: but if Mr. Pepperton is really engaged it's all right, though if I were the other girl I think I d be anx l0"Pep's playing the game, that's all. What are you going to do now?" ! She glanced at the sun; I fancy that it was w1th such a scanning of the heav ens that her sisters a thousand years 1 before had noted the time. "This is my pie-day. There s undoubt ? edly a gooseberry pie waiting for me at I the bungalow, and papa will expect me I for luncheon. I'd ask you to come too, only you'll have all you can do to keep Mr. Dick from persuading somebody to be the sixth man, so he can slip In as number seven- If we get through today all right, you may come for ,unc?eo" to" morrow, maybe. Papa told me he l'?e<J vou; he said you were very decent that night you met him on the roof of Aunt Octavia's house." "My compliments to your father. I hope to be able to persuade htm to extend his paternal arm to Include me. Aunt Octavia must be my aunt, too!" "Really!" cried Heseklah, with inde scribable mockery; and she wheeled her horse and was gone like the wind. Luncheon at Hopefteld passed without incident; and afterward Cecilia retired to help her aunt with her correspondence, while Pepperton and I lounged about the house and Bmoked. I told him of my In effectual efforts to reach Wiggins, and he volunteered to find: a motor and search for him: but I pointed out the futility of this, and renewed my appeal that he May on guard at Hopefleld. At about 3 o'clock Cecilia reappeared. Her color was high and her eyes were unusually brilliant. I knew that she fully realized that the crisis was near, but she asked no questions and her manner re assured me of her confidence. We idled on the stone terrace above the frost smitten garden, which in Its ruin still satisfied the eye with color. I had pur posely drawn some chairs to a corner well screened by vines, so that .1 could note the approach of any visitors who came cross-country by way of the stile. ?\Ye were hardly seated before Dick en tered the garden, followed immediately by the six other suitors I had last seen at the inn. They ranged themselves on a stone bench facing the house at the end of one of the paths. They wore sack coats and hats in a variety of styles, ao that thev did not present quite the blsarre effect produced by their frock coats and silk tiles. They surveyed the house sadly, bowed their heads upon their sticks, and seemed to have come to stay. The siege, then, had become a practical matter! "Whv don't the gentlemen come in.' asked Cecilia, peering through the vines. "Hush! There's a rumor that you are terribly ill; they've come merely to pay their tribute of respect by waiting in the garden. You had better go quietly Into the house. The shock of seeing you in your usual health might be too much for them." . ... . "But I can't! I must be accessible at all times." she cried, looking helplessly from me to Pepperton, who was all at sea for an explanation. "If that impres sion Is abroad, I shall appear at once. ^ "Then you and Pepperton must patrol the terrace here; you are lovers for all I know. Ignore them utterly In your absorption with one another. If iu?y one approaches you, Pepperton, ask Miss Hol llster to marry you." "Me!" gasped Pepperton. "No* it can't be done that way, Cecilia interposed. "Mr. Pepperton has told me of his engagement. I can t be party to a fraud, a trick. I can't countenance It at all. It would ruin everything! "Then stay yight here; P*c? back ana forth, and I'll run nag? the rest. I don't for the life of mo know how. but I'll dq It." As Cecilia r.nd Pepperton iteppad front i behind the screen of vim s, the men ofl the benches lifted their heads: then E heard murmurs of amazement and eha* grin. and caught a fleeting glimpse of Dick tearing through the hedge with his late companions tumbling after in flerc? pursuit. I ran to the stable and found a horse, feeling that I must be in a position to move rapidly if 1 saw Wltrgins approach^ ing. If Dick eluded his wrathful pursuers he would be on the lookout somewhere, awaiting his own time, and if he saw# Wiggins rushing madly for the house h< might vet circumvent us. I satisfied myself that Cecilia and Pep* perton were still plainly visible from ths warden, and I knew that for the time aha .was safe. I gained the high point in ti.S I road from which Hezekiah and 1 had ob served Dick on guard at noon, and wait* ed. Rememliering the tine figure the phil osopher had made against the sky, I dis mounted and rested bv a stone wall ; where I could watch with less risk 01 being seen from a distance. i at once saw matters that interested me immensely. Dick had thrown off the other suitors, and was rapidly crossing the fields toward Hopefield. When C caught sight of him, he was just leaving the orchard where Hezekiah and I had held our memorable interview. A long 6tretch of rough pasture lay before him. and he settled down to a quick trot. Ha took several fences without lessening h'S gait, crossed the stile like a flash a little later, and was out of sight. As I turned to my horse I heard the swift patter of hoofs, and saw a man and woman galloping furiously toward me. They were rapidly nearing the ridge, and their horses were springing over the firm white road In prodigious leaps. Wiggins had got my message: Hezeklah had mec him in the road and was urging him on! Here indeed was a situation to stir the heart, and the blood sang in my ears a* I watched them. 1 waved my arm as they checked their horses for the long climb. The riders had lost their hats in their mad race, and Wiggins' liorse was nearly done fpr. As they came still near er, I saw that Wigtins had taken fire at last. "Orton said some one was killed?who - what?who " "I Just picked him up five minutes ago; he doesn't know anything." said Heze klah: "and you daren't tell him?remem ber the rules! What's doing?" she in quired coolly. She bade Wiggins exchange horses with her. and while he was readjusting the saddle-girths I explained to Hezeklah tli* situation at Hopefleld and told her of Dick's scamper across the fields. "There's no use fooling with this thing any more. I'll take Wiggy to the house and lock him up until I've been number ed six?It's safest." "Not much It Isn't. T don't Intend that Cecilia shall have the pleasure of refusing you." "I'd like to know why not. 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