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I 16 THE WASEIXGTOX WASHLG OX TIMES WEDNESDAY 3IARCH 9 1910
Army and Navy NavyService NavyServ NavyService
Service Serv ce Orders OrdersPassod
Passod Aa Assistant surgeon dur eon E EBROWN M MBROWN MtoWN
BROWN toWN orders of o February S 2 to toGuam toCum toOisam
Guam M I revoked to toNaval treatment treatmentNaxiil trOfLtmentN81
Naval Hospital Mara Iaro Island Cal CalAssistant CalAKaR1 CalAuaHt
Assistant Paymaster Pa nater O D CONGERdetached CONGER4Gtaellod CONGER CONGIRP41etaeod
detached VSekaburg to home settle settleaccounts 80tUoaecoun ottloccoHI4tL
aecoun accounts and wait orders ordersAssietaat ordenJAllllilMaat orderaAeitaat
Assietaat Paymaster M 1 C SHIRLEY SHIKLEYdetachod SHIRLEYdetachod SH1RLErdetachod
detachod navy yard Mare re Island IslandCal ISl Islandcl nd ndCat
Cal to Vlcksburg VlcksburgBoatewain VlckburgBoatlrntlln VJckburg3oatswaln
Boatewain W V H MORIN detached detachedPatuxent detachodPtuxent dotachodPatuxent
Patuxent to Washington Va hlnston D C for forexamination foroxamlnaUenfor forexamination
examination oxamlnaUenfor for retirement and upon uponcompletion uponcompleUon uponcompletIon
completion to Bureau or Navigation NavigationNavy NavigationNvy NavlgauonNavy
Navy Department for further orders ordersBoatswain ordEor8Boats8ln ordcrsBORtSWSIU
Boatswain J J OBRIEN detached detachedWabash detaehedraba detachedWabash
Wabash raba navy yard IUtJ Boston Mass Massto Mauto Massto
to U S fisheries JWlI riM steamer Fish FishHawk FlehHlLwk FlhHswk
Hawk HawkMats HlLwkMite HswkMate
Mats C C A WILSON detached letach d U SfiSAerSos SAMor1011 S 8hr1c
fiSAerSos hr1c atea Metisier team r Fish h is Hawk to toLancaster toLaaeaetor toLascator
Lancaster navy na flftY yard y rd Phllodolphla PhllodolphlaPa
Pa
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS VESSELSARRIVED VESSELSARRIYED VESSELSARRIVED
ARRIVED ARRIVEDSouth ARRIYEDSouth ARRIVEDSouth
South Dakota at San Francisco and andSouth andSouth andSouth
South Carolina at Hampton Roads RoadsThe RoadThe RoadsThe
The Vital Records RecordsClarence
Birthll BirthllClue BirthgClarence
Clarence ce and Anna nna Bursongles girl girlBarnard slrlBerRam girlBernard
Bernard A and Alice V Buechar girl girlFrank girlFraik Irl IrlFrank
Frank T and Nattks BeeweU girl girlOresta strlOre girlOrsete
Ore and Caroline Montognoll boy
David C and Mary G Purche girl girlWilliam girlVflU4tm 111 111UUamand
William UUamand ami nd Annie Ramsey bey bD bDrank
Frank < rank J and Blanch F P Masone boy be berheetlore
Theodore W V and Margaret C Alexan Alexander Mexander 1611der ¬
der girl girlJohn drlJohn iirIJohn
John and Barbara Kennel boy Ito ItoJohn
John and pelat Pelagla I Karaatol boy boyWilliam boyWillIAm boyVtltiam
William J 1 and Loretta M 1 1 Bray Bra girl girltwins hidtwine girltwine
twine twinsAnton
Deaths DeathsAntOft DeathsAnton
Anton Ilson 67 7 years ears 9M Feuraada Feuraadahalf PMlrlUldahJC F0irandahlf
half street southwest southwestMargaret BOuthetttlIUlI southweetMsrgLet
Margaret lIUlI lret FaJMhee 55 years yea 711 il Twelfth Twelfthstreet Twelftkatreet Twelfthstreet
street northwest northwestAngelina north northwestAngeUn t tAh
Angelina Ah ettftA Fetreila 6 years Childrens ChildrensHospital ChildrensHMpltat ClsildreneHoipital
Hospital HospitalSarah HMpltatSarah HoipitalSarah
Sarah A Grant 83 years yea tlT 17 S street streetnorthwest streetJIOlthwL ntreetnortbwesL
JIOlthwLJanwe northwest northwestJames nortbwesLJames
James A A Tennteon ii 7 years y M7 French Frenchstreet FrenchIftreet FrenchMree
street Mree northwest northwestCora JIOIthVt northwestCora l lCOIlll
Cora Roth 48 years ean Emergency E renc lies Hospital HOIIpltal liespital ¬
pital pitalCbarioe pltalCbarl pitalChines
Cbarioe Cbarl Barnes 4 It years Emergency EmergencyHospital EmersencyHospital niergencY niergencYHospital
Hospital HospitalCsuer HospitalCader HospitalCader
Cader B Graham 45 years 1242 11 Nixon Nixonstreet NIIonI8troet Nixonstreet
street southwest southwestAnna 8OUthw southwestAsos c cRk
Anna Rk M King KJII 73 7 years 1427Potomac 1427Potomacavenue 14i PohnMaC PohnMaCII Putonsacavenue
avenue avenueAlary II avenueMary venuelIu
Alary lIu B Boswell B swell SI t years 351 Kl Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eleventhstreet venth venthstreet
street southeast southeastEdward at atEdrd
Edward A AClArk Clark 8 years yea 14 148 South SouthCarolina SouthC SouthCarolina I
Carolina C rol avenue southeast southeastHenry aMHttha8tHfnry
Henry A Shaw Sh 25 years 42 431 Galen Galenstreet Galenatre GaIestreetS L
street Anacoetia AnacoetiaDorothy naeoetiaDorothy
Dorothy A C Cook 11 months SCI SCITenth 3 3Tenth 1 1Tenth I
Tenth street northwest
DEATHS DEATHSt DEATHSABXKR DEATHSABXEROa
ABXEROa ABXKR On Wednesday March ardt t 1M MS At alJ AtZ at2a
Z 2a J a m at hi his reM reId4tac ce Th 11M rarkwaoej rarkwaoejK
K street btw btwtt H Sexgnttomlt and andEighteenth AMtth adKItnth
Eighteenth tth streets Jltr t northwest flOctpWuL KDWARD P PABNHR rABNR FABNKR
ABNHR of this thl city ctt a native the of 01G o Coktwi CoktwiGermany ColoareGran
Germany G ta the fortyMxth year o 0 hi his ae aeX a eIoUee seeNke
X Nke IoUee tee ot funeral hereafter hercarterBtRKttYEltSud4eflIT It ItBtKKKXMKYKKSiMktenljr ItBtRKKCWEYKR5uddenl
BtKKKXMKYKKSiMktenljr on Sun SuaXerch Sunday SundayMarch < tay tayMarch
March 6 1M 11 At < 33 p m JOSEPH JOSEPHBIRKE A ABIRKENMSYER AB1RJCEYER
BIRKENMSYER BIRKE OSYER II sgtd s l thirty thlrtvfrom yearc yearcFon ysarsFunerl
Funerl Fon r l from the mrtdence If of Mr Mrs Sophia SophiaKoch SphlaXch Ia IaK1h
Koch fi4 S4 D 1 i Itr itrct tr t north aonheaet at un II Thursday ThuodayMarch ThunodaMarch ThursdayMarch
March W 5 at I oclock p m Relative and andfrteJHta 114 114f ndfrkllds
frteJHta f Invited Interment Int t at Praapoct Hill HillCejneMry HiliC HillCemeiSry
CejneMry C It ItCHARLTON tCUAKLTO ItC1LAJILTOO
CHARLTON > O Ott TiwwJay T March S 1M 1MJAMBS 1fI4t 1fI4t1A31 JJIIJAM
JAMBS JAM H torn i oC the he late G George OTK It K and andMatlMa AndMftdNa snd444dMU
MatlMa Charltow Charlt htM h hueisaut NUMl of Xawa S ana C Mrl Mrlt Charliso rl rll
l iso n and father ot u Corliw eort Harris nephew nephewof
of Joha I and 54 Henry Hr HenryCltAMHJtLAlOn I ry ryCKAMBERLAIKOn I ICfA
CKAMBERLAIKOn CfA ERLI On Tuesday March S at atI atI
I 14 a a m J WIMJAM beloved IVM husband hitohandOf
or Kliaabeth Cliamberlain Ift 1a11 in < np ee Graham GrahamRelatives GnlhauRlath GrahmRelathraa
Relatives Rlath and frtend ar are respectfully lIO ttulJ in invltea Invat InviI
vat viI to att aS md the funeral t from his hi late lateresidence IfUer Dueresidence
r residence M > Eleventh EIef th street northeast on onThareday onarNeY onThursday
Thursday arNeY March M 1 at IJ 84 > t a m to t Holy HolyComforter II holyCemtoctat > I IC
C Comforter Chureh at 9 a L m where high highmtkf hl h hof hmass
mass of o requiem will be w o oeeret er t for the therM theeC thetem
rM tem > > eC f his soul imermeM Int tllWRt at Mt CHIv OIhet OIhetm OlisetCemetery t tCemetery
Cemetery mhtn mhtnCLARKOa m mhtCLARKOs t tCLARKOIl
CLARKOa Tuesday TuetId March rch 5 191 11MI KD KDWARD KDWARD fl flWARD ¬
WARD A MIl N of o Allen AI K JJ and Kttoa 4na G GClarfc Glark GClar
Clarfc lark a aCRCSOOn aged nine yean aM two moItthe moIttheCRt50Oa moathscztrsooa
CRCSOOn Monday March 7 Mlt WII WIIUAM WIIr WIIrCRCSO WILUAM
UAM CRCSO Affed seveaty Iet y Mn MnE yssriEVANgu4deuI arsv arsvEVAXi
EVAXi E EVANgu4deuI X SI S le tljr on W Wedy dn rfay morninp morninpMarch MOrntglarch iarnlagMarch
March L liI 9 at his re td dec fc Mil Riggs Riggsstreet Rj Rlgrastreet 1s 1s1It
street 1It CHARUBS H KVASS KVANSXoke KVASSX EVANSNo
X No Xoke ie e of o funeral hereafter It ItFALMHBBOn ItFALLUUDOR 1tFALLtitbou
FALMHBBOn Monday March 7 If4 Iltt at ather atIter ather
her reiMence 712 Twelfth street northwest northwestMATiGAIlET lHNt iwwthwser weK weKXAFG
t r MATiGAIlET XAFG RET widow Wow of o nornellus ornell Falllhee FalllheeFUCHF FaJIIMeFUCHIoR PahliheeFUCHFOn
FUCHIoR FUCHF On Tye T Tuesday 4ay March S 8 1M 1 at M 35at a am
m at her home MS South Fayetie street streetAtoxandria streetAkt streetAleiandda
Akt Atoxandria lIdrta Va Mrs n KVTHBRI FUCHF FUCHFwife FUCHwife i
wife lfe of u Carl Kitehf aged tw twentytbreP twentytbrePy ntythr o oyearr
years yearrFuneral y yearsD i iA iera
D Funeral era from rom Lutheran n Church = corner of ofAlfred ofAlfred I Ilatch
romCA
Alfred A and Cameron CA streets Th Thursday rsdar
Match It It at S p m Friend Invited InvitedPrivate JIttted1 InvitedPrivate
Private burial In ellington YrelltafnonDelaware WellIngtonDetaware I IDekre
Delaware papers please copy ltc ItcFXOEGBLrSnddenly ltcLOBGEL5uddenly i
FXOEGBLrSnddenly e e Tua Tuesday day March Rrch 8 i iUlt
191 Ult at M 1 a a m at his resMonce lf2Id 14U 14UFiret 1 10151rt i iVtret
Firet 1rt street t northwest ERNE8T ER EST husband huebandOf
Of Elisabeth FJoejel g aged flf ftftype ilftysevoa tyMvea years yearsQRAJCT yearsGItNron
QRAJCT GRATOn On Monday March lCh 7 MM 1M SARAH BARAKA SARAHGRANT
A A OKA GRANT NT widow lfle the late Albert B BGrant UGrant I IGrant
Grant In er eighty elghtyhlnl hlrd year yearMrs 7earX18 yearMrs
Mrs Gran tva was A8 born in Prince George Georgecounty GeorgeCOVllt Georgecounty
COVllt county Md eightythree years ago 0 She Shewas SbtWflB Shewag
was a resident r ldent ef this city for more than thanhalf thanhalt thanhalf
half a century Death followed an illness illnessof
of oct < year and was due to bronchial bronchialtrouble bronchialtrouble bronchialtrouble
trouble Mm Grant is I survived by six sixtone sxEons x xeons
eons two o daughters dau hters and a large number numberof
of grandchildren grandchildrenGROFF gramlchUdrenGROFDOn grandchItrenGRQFOn
GROFDOn GROFF On Tuesday Tu day March 8 S 1910 Ill at 3 3p 315 315p 3tp
p m DILLER B GROFF GROFFFuneral GROFFFunenl GROFFFmeraL
Funeral Thursday March 19 1910 at atp 2 2p 2p
p m from his late re residence kle ee 1107 I street streetnorthwest 8treotn Streetnorthwest
northwest n West It ItMr 1 itMr
Mr 1 Groff was born In Lancaster Pa In In1M1
1M1 He came to Washington several years yearsafter yearsfter ears earstter
after fter the close of the civil war In which tvblohbo whichhI whiobhe
bo served Death was 33 Immediate lmmedlatey due dueto dueto dueto
to paralysis following a decline of two twoyears twoen twoyears
years en Mr Groff is survived by two eons
both of this city cityKING cityGOn citycGon
KING GOn On Monda Monday March h 7 15W at a 1 It p
in at her residence 14Z7 Potomac avenue avenuesoHtheast avenuesoutheast avenuesoittbeast
southeast ANXIE ANN M Yo KING aged seventy aevent
three years yearsMJIiBS yearBnLESOn yearsMIIOfl
MJIiBS nLESOn On Thursday Starch 3 1910 at
Brookline Mass Mrs JAMBS B MILES MILESIter MILESsister
later of Mrs Mr Frank Thorp wife of BrJ Brh
Gen Frank Thorp U 8 A A A retired retiredilORMB retiredORRIson retiredMORItIS012
ilORMB ORRIson On Monday March 7 1910 at his hisr hisrlllJdence hisresidence
r rlllJdence slfl nc 1237 Twentysecond TwentYa ond street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west CHARLEs husband of Annie Morris Morrisand Morrisand orrS
and brother of Anna ilorrls and 1 B Mor Morris MolTis Morne ¬
ris ne Grimes GrimesMONTGOMERY Grimes1ttOXGOllERyon GrimesMONTGOMERYOn
MONTGOMERY On Tuesday March S 1S10 1S10at HiOat 1
at 189 p rr CATHERINE HYDE daugh ¬
ter Of Wilbur H and mile Montgowiery MODt OfR8rY
aged a fourteen months monthsVPGT months1OJIon monthsVQGTOn
VPGT 1OJIon On Tuesday Tn IIda March tarehS 8 UM at 310 fO
f 0 mo m SOPHIA widow of o the lat la hate John
tin r Vogt In her slxtyflrst year yearFuneral yearFuneral ear ear1uneral
Funeral from her late residence SMI i9
Eighteenth street northwest on Thursday
iarch > 10 1310 at t p 1 m Interment pri private prlate priiate ¬
ate rahSSt rahSStMrs mDlts mh52tMrs
Mrs s Vogt was as born in Germany German In 1W8 118She S5 S5She
She came to this country when wJ en a child childtaking cblldtak111S cbiidtaking
taking UP her residence with her parents parentsis parenuIn
is the District Mrs nr Vocta death fol followed totlowed ¬
lowed an llloeea of more than two years yearaEke yearsEhoIs MnI MnISkels
Eke EhoIs Is survived by one O C SOB one daughter daughterand daughteand
and one stepson stepsonTVH stepsonWUONOn n nWII
TVH WII WUONOn ON O On Tuesday March S S 1810 111 at 788 788a 1 1a 75a
a a m at Providence Hospital Ho pltal alter a long 1Rgtl
Illness ln se LORENA RENA SHARPE mother of Jack TackUNDERTAKERS
S Wilson tl
WilsonUNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERS UNDERTAKERSJ
J WILLIAM LEE LEEUNDERTAKER LEEUNDERTAKER LEEUNDERTAKER
UNDERTAKER AND LIVERY
332 Pa ave N W WTelephone WTelephone WTelephone
Telephone Main 13S5 Washington Va hinJton D C CFUNERAL C CFUNERAL CFUNERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSFUNERAL DESIGNSFUNERAL DESIGNSFUNERAL
FUNERAL DESIGNS DESIGNSf
at f every description dwcrlptJonmodC1ately moderately priced pricedGUDE pricedGUDE prIceiQUDE
GUDE GUDEt
t
DOG HERO BURIED BURIEDIN
IN POTTERS FUJI FUJIPlans FIELDPlans
Plans to Give Seventh Pre Precinct Pr PrI Prcinct Prcinct
I cinct Mascot Funeral FuneralGo FuneralIGoAwry Funeral1Go
IGoAwry IGoAwryonlrlf 1Go Go Awry AwryContrary AwryContrary
Contrary onlrlf to expectations oxpeeta lions there was no HOmartial nomnrthll nomartial
martial display at thefuneral obsequies obsequiesof o Sequl68 Sequl68ot
of Jim tho pot and mascot of the th police policeof
of the Seventh precinct wno no died as asa asa asa
a result of injuries received Sunday Sundaymbrnlng Sundaym Sundaymorning
morning mbrnlngHi m morningHis rnln rnlnHite
Hi His death occurred at the establish establishment establishment eatab3lahmont ¬
ment of Dr Holllngsworth Hulltn sworth the veterin veterinarian veterlnarlltn veterinarian ¬
arian and his bluecoat t friends planned plannedto
to bury him in the yards ardM adjoining the thepolice tbepolice thepollee
police station MM and iiil there was also talk talkof talkt talkot
of t having havtn a small smaUnwnument monument erected in inm6mOIJ inmemory
memory of his faithfulness and sa sagacity sagacity angacity ¬
gacity gacityBut gacityBut gacityBut
But fate has decreed otherwise The Thehealth Thehealth Thehealth
health regulations rebUlaU n prevented the inter interment Interment Intermeat ¬
ment The remains of the faithful and andbright andbrbht andbright
bright canine went the same O way as the themongrel themongrel themongrel
mongrel on the street that is friend friendless friendless ¬
less The dead wagon son half loaded with withthe withthe withthe
the carcasses of dead dogs cats and andother andother andother
other smaller animate was the hearse hearsefor hearsofor hearsefor
for poor Jim Only Onl the policeman on onthe onthe onthe
the beat was present when the body bod wa wathrown was wasthrown aM aMthrown
thrown into the wagon wagonA son sonA
A number of people believing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the interment would be at the station stationhouse atlLUonhouse stationhouse
house were disappointed and several severalpeople severalpeople 6ral 6ralpeople
people not knowing k of hi h death tele telephoned telephoned fdaphoned ¬
phoned to the station dork to learn learahow leaIDho learnhow
how ho Jim was II getting alon alonA alonA aonA
A Novena of Grace is being hetn conducted conductedat
at Trinity Trlnit Church Thirtysixth and 0
streets tree l which will ill conclude Sunday SUlKla
March 12 1 the feast of the canonization canonizationof
of St Francis Xavier Services S rvlce are held
every evening evenin at S oclock followed by
benediction except on Wednesday edne da and andrWay
Friday evenings evenln s when wh n the commence ¬
ment hour is IsJ 730 730J JO JOJ
J J Warren uren who
gave his age a e as
seventynine and his hl address ae Third
street near nes Pennsylvania avenue while
attemptha attempting l18 4 to board an n eastbound car
at Thirtyfourth and M 1 streets vester
ISimFlFP dar mlsEed mle eti his f f fooling < K > tlnf and fell fi He
sustained injuries to his hl left I Ct side but
refused reCu to go o to o the Georgetown tiM ¬
versity Hospital Ho pital for treatment treatmentAn tre tJJtentAn
An alarm of lire was turned in yes ¬
terday for a blaze in OHO of the bed ¬
room of T T Hurdle on the Grant
road to which the Tenleytown chemical I
Company responded The damage dama e
amounted to about l 10 The Are is sup ¬
posed to have originated through the I
explosion of a lamp lampA lampjunior lampjunior
A junior Christian Endeavor Society ty
ha MIlS been organteed at Mt Tabor T ool M p
Church Wisconsin ieeon8ln avenue a aM d Thirty
nfth street Miss C B Cameron Cameronha8 has aj I Ien
been en elected superintendent t
S So T Brown of 1287 Wisconsin avenue avenuewho avenuewho
who ho has been confined to his home me with
Illness IIIn i IK reported r to be improving improvingWilliam ImprovlnWilliam ImprovingWilliam
William Hutchins of UM X street streetwho streetwho
who ho was All confined to bit home for set several II IIroo setcral ¬
eral weeks w kfl with Ith an attack of the grip
is able ble to resume his flUUetIt flu duties ties at the tiN
Georgetown postofflce postofflceElie plStoftcElk pqstof flee fleeElla
Elk Fabric F brle has begun begunthe the construction constructionof constuetoof
of three twostory brick dwelling delUn coat ¬
big In 250 each in the new subdivision subdivisionof lon lonor
or the Naval aval Observatory Obaen tory Heights T3re
dwellings will m be known as 2544 H and
2MS i4s Wisconsin Viscon in avenue avenueS and nd 2M7 Thirty Thirtyseventh Thlrtyeventh Thirtyseventh
seventh street streetDennis streeLDpnnlJII streetDennis
Dennis Horigan the thevetetan veteran employe employeat
at the th Naval Observatory In quite ill at atthe atthe
the Georgetown Geort > ton rnlvernlty Hospital Hospitalwhere HOtIpltalEre hospitalwhere
where Ere he underwent underwentan an operation operationFOUi opertlonSTOLEN
STOLEN MilLINERY MilLINERYFOUND
FOUND BY POLICE POLICEAlexandria POLICEAlexandria
Alexandria Men 11 en Charged ChargedWith ChargedXlith ChargedWith 1 <
With Theft From Box BoxCar BoxCar BoxCar
Car Are Arrested ArrestedWASHINGTON ArrestedWASHIXGTOX ArrestedWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU BUREAUALEXANDRIA BCRKAUALJDXANDRIA BUREAUALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA VA A MARCH 9 9Bernard tBornarl 5Bernard
Bernard and Lawrence Petty PNt young younpmen younmen youngmen
men are today held at police head headquarters heAdquarte18 headquarters ¬
quarters on suspicion 8U8 cIGn of stealing eight eighteen oishteon eighteon ¬
eon ladies ladl hats a lot of hat pins and anda
a lot of trimming This millinery stock stockwas stockwas stockwas
was found in the house hou e at 1432 H I43 Duke Dukestreet Dukestreet Dukestreet
street occupied by the th Pettys when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the place was aded 1 between betw n 4 and 5 5oclock 5oclock 5ocIock
oclock this morning mor lng by Chl Chief f of Police PoliceGoods PolleeGoods PoliceGoods
Goods Policemen Knight Young and andGarvey an41Garve andGarvey
Garvey Garve Special Officers Condor and andPankey andPankey andPankey
Pankey and Night Yard Clerk Semptee Sempteeof
of the Southern Railway Company CompanyA
A report was received early last even evening evftInf evening ¬
ing that a car had been entered at Sem Seminary SemInar Sammary ¬
mary Inar station a few miles routh of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city and a quantity of merchandise merchandisetaken merchandtaken merchandisetaken
taken out Chief of Police Goods and andDotective andDotecthe andDetective
Detective Pankey suspecting that the thethieves thethleves thethieves
thieves would bring brin their booty to Al Alexandria AIox3Jldrla Aloxandria ¬
exandria concealed themselves on the theroad thero theroad
road ro 1 leading Into town from the west westend westend westend
end endAbout
About 2 oclock this morning one flt fltthe ptthe pfthe
the suspects K was s seen coming down downtho downtho downthe
tho road with two large bags over his hisshoulders hisshoulders hbabouldere
shoulders The other who was at the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house which was later raided ran out outinto outInto outInto
into the road and gave him a signal that thatall thtall thatall
all was right He went on and the two twoentered twoentered twoentered
entered the house houseprocuring houseProcuring houseProcuring
procuring a search warrant Chief ChiefGoods Chief1ods ChiefGoods
Goods with the tb policemen and detectives detectivesmentioned detectlvosmentioned detectivesmentlonecL
mentioned went to the house in Duke Dukestreet Dukeetreot Dukestreet
street and demanded entrance which whichwas whicllwas whichwas
was refused A back door was then thenforced tl1enforcEd thenforced
forced and when the policemen entered entereda
a shot was fired at them themThe themThe themThe
The two suspeots were found In bed bedThey bedThey bedThey
They were made to dress and were weretaken weretaken ere eretaken
taken to the station house The hata hateand hataand hataand
and other goods so ods valued at aboutWS aboutWSor about 3 3or 3e 3eor
or 40 40 were found in a trunk This Thiswas ThISwag Thiswas
was also taken to police headquarters headquartersPolicemen headquartersPolicemen hondquartersPolicemen
Policemen are today hunting to find if ifnear Itnear ifnear
near the car which was robbed No Nodate Nodate Nodate
date has been set for a trial of the thesuspected thesusJ thesuspected
suspected susJ Ccted > icon incnSeminole InenSmnlnole iconSeminole
+
Seminole Tribe iNo 35 of Red Men Menhold Menheld Ion Ionheld
held a meeting meetin at the Elks Hall last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening The resignation resl Uon of J M Bas Bassett Bassett Bassett
sett as chief of records was received receivedand receivedand receivedand
and accepted and Charles Wright Vrl ht was waselected waselected waselected
elected to fill the vacancy acanc Three pale palefaces Jalefaces palefaces ¬
faces were rciaed lTi ed to the second degree degreeTwo dcgoreeTwo degreeTwo
Two sppiicat applicatons ons for membership wore worerecelvd woreracel wererecelvd
recelvd recelvdMuch racel recelvdMuch vd vdMuch
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Much satisfaction Is expressed in this thiscty thisc thisety
cty c ty by b too friends of J A Eggsborn at athis athis athis
his appointment by b the President to be bePostmaster bePOtmaster bePostmaster
Postmaster at Alexandria Olr Ir Egg Eggborn Eg Egborn Eggborn
born came to this city about fifteen fifteenears fiteenyears fiuteetiyears
years ears ago 8 with the Internue Revenue RevenueService RevenueSenice RevenueScrvlce
Service He is a native of Culpeper CulpeperOf
Of late years he has been connected connectedwith connectedwith j jwith
with the Virginia Safe Deposit and andTrout andTtUllt andTrust
Trout Corporation C rporlioR He is an active Re Republican RepubU1U Repubilean ¬
publican and had the support of o the thewill theleadl theIeadlng
leadl Ieadlng Republicans oL the he State He liewlft
will 111 succeed Thomas vkwrooghs roDShs who wnohas whoh whohas
has beep connected with wit the post t office officefor ofncefor officefor
for the past forty fort years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The funeral of Mrs MrsKatherine Katherine Fuchs Fuchswife Fuchs1e Fuchswife
wife 1e of Carl Fuchrf will 111 be held from
I HIS HISTRLTENAME TRUENAME I GeorgeJA Cain i T
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedTaltace PublishedIiJIa PublishedWalkte
Taltace IiJIa Green aad Elisabeth Warren Warrenrre WarrenFre arren arrenre
rre re about te b be married when the young youngnans youngnans youngnans
nans supposed father declares that Wal Walaees Walace Wal5cca
aees ace real father isHollte is HoIl HOlDS Mead M Ide who whoescaped wIlDe8eped wbeescaped
escaped from prison the night before h hwas 1M 1MWII hewas
was to have been hens banKed d for the murder murderof
of his wife Wallace and his hi lawyer lawyerchum lawyercham lawyerchum
chum Rodney Williams search for the themtoini theR thess4ag
mtoini R father and for evoence to prove provehis proveJt prereIda
his Jt Innocence Wallace alJie goes to Mexico Mexicoon Mexkoa
on information which leads lea him to toHeec be beHeve beHe
Heve He that a Senor Morton ta I his father fatherHe taUterHe fatherHe
He Is captured ptured by bandits utd Is I releaead releaeadwhan re1eR re1eRIt reIasedwhen
when It he II mentions Mortons ortoa name and andtaken aRtitaken andtaken
taken to a beautiful villa Rodney Wit WllItamB WUd WUt Witams
ItamB ams in the t meantime U plans for a visit visitto visitto
UIrMaead IrMaead IrMaeadwile
to the old d house tn which IIoHis Meades Meadeswife Meadeawife
wife was shot To fete surprise Stisabath StisabathWarren XIIbetharren EllsabethWarren
Warren arren Insists upon accompanying Mm MmCHAPTER hIMCHAPTER hissCHAPTER
CHAPTER XXX Continued ContinuedRODNEY ContinuedR ContinuedR
OQNEY WILIAMS looked a littl littlchagrined little littlechnsrlm littlechagrined
R RODNEY chagrined d He did not wish to tohave tohay tohavp
have hay any anyone one with him hi ate h in investigations InNUptlor inveetigatiocs ¬
vestigations especially special I a younf younfwoman younOIMn yoUflWoman
j woman OIMn who must be kept k in isneninc isnenincof
of his real purpose purl in visiting the spot spotDut SPOt SPOtBut pouBut
But Patrick the chauffeur wa wu more morethan morethan storethan
than chagrined A Aa he saw hill mia miatreee mllilre mistress
treee start to leave her seat he turned turnedupon turnedupon turnedupon
upon her a face t ce that was a very ver picture pictureof
of terror terrorNo terrorNo
No 0 miss in Excuse ra me but I wouldnt wouldntbe
be e going in there miaa m hr spoke be between between betwe ¬
tween twe chattering chatterln teeth Th The place te tehanted ihantcd Inhanted
hanted It atet no flttin place for a ayounic ayoung ayoung
young ady See its all muddy 4y any anyhow anyhow ¬
how 110
110Im
Im n net t afraid of ghosts or r mud Pat Patrick Patrick Patrick ¬
rick ElhwlmUi EI betk amttel u up at 1 him from fromthe fromt freestthe
the t ground which aba had reached with withRo4n withRodneys 1Ot 1OtRodney
Ro4n Rodney y awttetnitce awttetnitceBut stJDCeBut
But mtaa tiire ti1 re to xn XbOllts hoe4a l in there there1va thereFve
1va heard them myself 1 = 1 They wall aU In lttthe hithe Inthe
the night someUtin awful awfulPatrick aCulPatrick awfuiPatrick
Patrick wa was ai a 1 importatton from a ILc acertain j jcertain
certain c rtalR island where wraiths and fairies fairiesand falrifOSand fairiesand
and other oth eacaped tI aped prisoners of th thspirit the thespirit thespirit
spirit vorld abound They both mild IImiledat mildat
at the thought thota < ht of hi hill imagination l naUon car carr carr carIflg
r r Iflg > i sr him to th t the he point of personally personallyhcarmr personallybraring I
hcarmr strange atr U1Ke sounds about the ruin ruinPatrick ruinsVh 1
When sVh n did you OU h hear r n qeae tese things thtngJIPlItrtck thingsPatrick
Patrick Elizabeth asked tuikedSure ukedSure askedSure
Sure it w was one ni n night ht when ben I was waadrivin wdrivbt wasdriviti
drivin house the machine for Mr Ed Eduarls Edar EdSr
uarls ar i is a aa I worked orkM for before I was waawitn w wWlttl waswItI
witn youae It was about the middle mW4lof middleoC
of i lie 1 night miss and I heard a tow towwaiKn 10 10wallin lowwaIln
waiKn like this thteile thboH thislie
lie H e raised rKi his voice vo in 11 a hifh hlch falsetto falsettoand taleetto8nd falsettoand
and produced a wall an that OUR ought tit to have havesent b havesent ve veHnt
sent the cold c illls dU down any spin spl spinewas It Itwas ItW88
was just like that mis miss a help me meGod meGod meGod
God It l was wasWell wasell wsell
Well ell I guess eu it wont bother ua in inth Inthe Inthe
th the daytime Elizabeth I h tried to con console eonOle consoLe ¬
sole him hhnIf himJC himIf
If I hadnt known him aa Ion lo hong a a8 I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have Id think hed been drinking too toomuch tooInudt toomuch
much when hen he was w in Mr Edward Kdwardaemploy Edwardemploy dwardsemploy
employ she wild Id to Rodney as they theywalked tMYwalked
walked into the high weeds of the de deaerted deerted dcserted
aerted yard yardWilliams yardWilliams yardWilliams
Williams had come prepared pr for foi bust business bulnea bustflees ¬
ness and he decided not to let the girl girlhinder girlhinder rl rlhhNler
hinder him ir his performance J He Hedrew H Hd Ht Hne Hedrew
drew d a tape line ne from r his r pocket pocketI
I want to t make some measure measurements measuretients re remenu ¬
menu he h told Elizabeth thing that thatwas thatwas II
was almoet obvious obriouI
1 I understand und tand she said In a a tone tonethat tonehat
that t showed him her words wor were true I
He examined th the hark of two or three threetrees threetrees threerees
trees t before finally ftnall deciding dfldl upon one onedistance onedltttJtce onedistance
distance to the do doqr r of the house houseSatlfilfe boWIeSaUMft4ol houseSatisfied
Satisfied < l that he had found the pot HpOton spoton poton
on which hleh Hoots I88de Xoa < ie had 4 lic heen n seen seenwith aeciswith GCtIt GCtIt1th
with 1th his gun he returned to the spat spatand tand spotand
and gazed zed about him himFinally himFlniLlly himFinally
Finally he decided d ldecl upon the line or ora orA ota
a brook that ran close to the side of ofthe o othe olthe
the place as a possible hiding htdtn for Red RedJean RedJ RedJean
Jean J n if that person existed or had hadhand a ahand ahand
hand in the affair affairHe AmtlrHe afIrHe
He went back to the door of the cot eottane oottAKe cottage
tAKe sat down upon the step and look looked Iookeel looked ¬
ed along the th row of brush that grew grewbetride greisbenkle rew rewthe
betride the brook He shook his head headNo beado headNo
No o one could have ha e Mot from the brook brookand brooteAnd broohand
and struck a person witting on that thatstep thatstep thaistep
step in the breast breastHe breaetHe
He gnxed rzed all around for some other otherspot otherspot
spot that was U not ot so much In the oj opus 0JMmthat n nthat I
that t hat a shot would have been heard heardfront beaMfrom hoardI opusI I
from it had or been nred There was wasno waano wasno I
no such spot spotImmpnuel spotImmpn
Immpnuel Immpn 1 Lutheran Church tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tOllNKNtaCtemoon tomerreisafternoon r
afternoon at t 3 oclock The Rev Mr MrGroes MrGross 1 1GIOtIS
Gross the pastor tor will Ill conduct the tbefuneral thefmeral thesneral
funeral f services Burial will be private privateBy privateBy
By the score of twentyaix to tea the theteam theteam theI I
team t eam of the George Washington High HighSchool Hihool HIgtSchool I
School hool last evening defeated a team teamf
f om m the Patent OfUce In Waahtigton WaahtigtonIn VIUIhhtonIn I
In i n a game me played at the th Armory rmory in InSouth isSouth I
South Royal R < al street streetTwo IItreetTwo streetTwo
Two lads giving their th ir names Dam aaSyl aaSylveeter JUII Syl Sylvt Sylveter
veeter vt > ter Warren Warr n and Walter West V eigti1 igM igManJ iPtal1J t tand
and nine years old respectively were werepicked wereacked I
picked up by the police last evening eveningThey evenin eveninThey eveningThey
They said they had ridden to ths city cityfrom dtyfrom cit r rfrom
from Washington on a brick wagon w on The Thepolice Thepolice C Cpolice
police in Washington ashln ton < were ere notified and andthis andthia am I IC
this morning m rnin the parents of the boys boyscame 00 00ca boyicanto C
came ca me here and took them home homeIn homeIn homein
In the corporation court circuit court courtfor t tfor
for the city Judge J B T Thornton Thorntonpresiding Thorntonpre I Ipreslding
presiding pre idt today in the case of Ballen Ballenger BaJl Bahlengee n ng
gee g er vs Garvey the Jury returned a ver verdict verdlt vetdirt ¬
dirt awarding the pUmtiff 111 3W dam IIftd IIftThe
ages agesThe d
The court has been busy bu today with withthe withthe witithe S
the case of S T Park vs S J 1 B Drew Drewa Dre
a suit for W0frv ktf > for all alleged slamler slamlerThe elftlderTh lsdietThe
The Th Rev Dr J J Gravatt rector of ofHoly DCHoly o C CHoly
Holy Trinity Church Richmond preach preached preachS ¬
ed at the l leratR nt n nProtestant services rvtce at a St Pauls PaulsProtestAnt Peul PeulProtestant S 1
Protestant Episcopal Church last even evening eenIng evening ¬
ing Tbe offerttory was sung by Mrs MrsRaymond MrsRaymond MrsRamocd
Raymond Hulflsh HulflshThe HuUt HuifishThe h hThe
The Retail Merchants Association of ofAlexandria orAlexandria o oAlexafldrla
Alexandria was organized last evening eveningwith evenlnwith eveniniwith =
with the election of the following of officers oCftcers officers ¬
ficers R E Knight president pre ldent L Ru Ruben Ruben Ruben ¬
ben vice Viceresident president J T Preston sec secretary 8eCretary seeretary ¬
retary and an treasurer W Yo U Varney B BWeil BVII BVeit
VII C B Swan S Bernheimer W WP tVP V VP
P Taylor W WiWt W H Peck Wil William William Wil11am ¬
liam Woolls P ArnoUl Courtney Ac Acton Acton Acton ¬
ton J D Xonroyle J Woolf roolC and S SH S SH e eH
H Lynn directors directorsA
A Sleeping lre lng of the city council was washeld washeld wa S Sheld
held last evening at which 425 4 was ap appropriated appropriated appropriated ¬
propriated for street and sewer work workin wor It Itin
in this eft city Several resolutions were wereintroduced wereIntroduced e eIntroduced
introduced appropriating money for forsewer torsewer fo r
sewer work but they the were ere referred to tothe tothe t 0 0the
the committees on street st eet and finances financesThree ftnancesThree financesThree
Three hundred and seventyfive dol dolat dollars dellam
lars was appropriated to make repairs repairsat S Sat
at the almshouse Fifty F1t dollars was ap appropriated appropriated appropriated ¬
propriated to repair the fish wharf wharfIn
In the board of aldermen the new act actof 80tot at it itof
of building laws which were passed at atthe atthe a t tthe
the last meeting of r the oommon council councilwere councilwere II IIwere I
were passed passedGLEASON passedGLEASON passedGLEASON
GLEASON ENJOINED ENJOINEDFROM ENJOINEDFROM ENJOINEDFROM
FROM SUING THAW THAWDebt THAWDebt 7 7Debt f
Debt Held to Be One Subject to toDischarge toDischarge t 0 0Dischacge
Discharge Under Bank Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Bankruptcy ¬
ruptcy ruptcyP1TTSBURG ruptcyPITTSBURG
P1TTSBURG March 9 John John B Glee Gleason Gleeson L
son of New Xc York who wa WA6 employed employedas d 1
as attorney during durln the Harry K Thaw Thawmurder Thawmurder Tha Thamurder lv
murder trial In that city has been re restrained restrained r i ¬
iIt
strained from proceeding with a suit suitfor suitfor SU SUfor It t
for JCOOW 0OO0 for attorney fee fee which he hebrought hebrught Ii e ebrught B
brught against Thaw by a decision decisionhanded deei8lonhanded l ihanded
handed down by b Judge Charles P Orr Orrin OrrIn 0r r rIn
in the United States District Di triet Court Courtwhich Courtwhich
which became known today The de decision de decision di dicigion 5 ¬
cision was a8 rendered on the grounds that thatthe thatthe the Lt Ltthe t
the debt is one from which Thaw would wouldbe wouldbe 41 41be 1
be discharged under the bankruptcy act actThe acLlhe ac L LThe
The opinion upholds the petition petitionthe of ofthe oCthe
the trustee Ixoper I er OAlara which hleh was wasfiled W6ftle we wefiled g
filed here Januxy J n y 36 asMnc that G Glea Gleason Gle lea leason L
son be restrained from proceeding with withthe wit witthe tlh tlhth Lh h l
the th fiction fictionThe tctbonThe
The time for filing ftUn exception to the thefirst Ulefirst Ui Uifirst
first and partial P rtlal account of the trustee trusteeof eof e
of the bankruptcy estate of Harry K KThaw KTha I IThaw
Thaw Tha expired > today None of the cred credittors credlltors cret cretliters
liters appeared The first account shows showsthe sho shothe show s
the assets ae ets collected amount to 9024361
1 He entered the building and stepped teppedaueCull
aueCull carefully over the rotten flooring to Ute Uter
rear r r of the tb hall In th the crumbling pins pIaster
ter he could could i yet discern dl ern th the spot where wherethe whetethe
the bullet had Ita let burial burl ol itself In the wall wallPlacing wallPlacing
Placing his eye aa near as possible pouibleto
to this spot he looked out through the theopen theopen
open door Througa the middle he hecould hecould
could see the tree beside which Route Hollbllleade
Aleade first stood when the farm hand handfirst I Iftnt
first came upon the scene rceneBut I
But while he ha had < i been making these tkeseomervaUons
observations Elizabeth unnoticed had hiIdwAndered
wandered into a room at one side of oCtbe
the hall and noticed that the wall was waaentirely wuentirely
entirely broken down in one corner cornerSuddenly cornerSuddenly
Suddenly she called to Rodney Qh QhMr Qt
Mr Williams He ee thin thinThree thl thlThree thisThree
Three distinct footprints fO tprlnu made with withwliat 1oitkwhat withwhat
what appeared to have been mecca moccasin JIIOCeILalned meccastand ¬
stand sin ed feet led from the hole in the thewill tJMw thewell
will w 1I to the bed of the brook and back backagain badt8181n beetagain
again
S CHAPTER XXXI XXXIWatching XXXIVatching
Vatching For the Ghost GhostS GhostAs
As A S RODNEY Y studied the footprints footprintsand
Land and 04 the strange marks of the curt euriOU8 curtous curious ¬
ous shoes h he suddenly exclaimed exclaimedBy
By Jove There may be more in inyour Inour
your our chauffeurs queer noises no at night nightj nighttMn
j than we think Theres a well wont wontpath wontP
path P here hereWhere hereVhere
Where h does ou it lead the girl asked askedpeering aaltedpeering askedpeering
peering after him himIt himIt
It leads t to the brook and ends there thereWhoever titerWhoever
Whoever uses URt8lt it uses the brook for forthe fCKthe forthe
the rest of his Journey JourneyAnd journeyAnd rney
And by following the brook you youcould youcould
could find this lbi strange person personI
I think so Of course eou it might be beJust DeJuat bejust
Just some tramp but the moccasins are arequeer arequeer
queer queerDont queerDont
queerDont Dont you think it might m ht be the met murthe U Uthe
the person who wa was connected with withsome with50l50
some crime here hre1 Elisabeth asked askedU ed edt I
U t might m ht be any one of a dozen dosenthings doeathl dozenthings
things thl it might ht be as you s sayMOSt y mcst mcstprobably na s sprobably
probably it te Still there t1te te a chance chancethat claaneet chancethat
that t the place te used as a rendezvous rendesvoosfor
for some band of thieves Whatever Whateverit
it is Is 1 am going to find out outAre ouaAre outMe
Are you going roi to folio tot follow up the thebrook lbebrook
brook brookNo brookNo bI
No Miss lU us Warren1 Warren 1 have a silly utyIre de desire desire ¬
sire to live a little longer And I don dust dustwant t twant 1want
want to let any one else Into this case casejust eaaeJuat casejust
just yet yetWhat YtLWhat yetWhat
What then are you going n to do doI doI 4 4I
I am going to watch this place fer fera
a few nights nightsAre nlptlAre nightsAre
Are you coming tOII tonight tonightYes tonightYes
Yes I shall begin tonight tonightI L LI I
I shall come too tooRodney tooItodney toehiodney
Rodney Williams had started to re return re return return ¬
turn into the house through th U the breach breachin
in the wall He lJ was HO astonished JiWJ at atElisabeths 1 1Elizabeths I
Elisabeths statement of her intention intentionthat bate thiceitloitthat tlon tlonthat
that he looked up too t O tiulckly and andbumped aJtCIbumped d dbumped
bumped hi h his head against a Jagged lath lathBut IthBut lathBut
But he It did not notice the bruise He Heonly Heoaly Heonly
only stared at the girl girlWhat girlWhat girlWhat
What in the world do you wish wi to todo todo todes
do that for he finally asked askedBecause askedBecause ed edDecau8
Because I do she answered What Vuttime
time will you be here hereRight borer borerRight
Right after dark about halfpast haitpalltAs 8 8As SAs
As they walked again In toward the road roadand IOalld roadand
and the waiting automobile he tried I to tothink tothlak tothink
think of every possible reason for dis dissuading dis8UcIInI diesunding ¬
suading her from her purpose He could couldthink couldthink
think of none non because 4 he could not notimagine JIOtIMagine notimagine
imagine why hy she he should wish to be bethre bet
there t re at night nightIf
If the truth were told Elisabeth her herself herllell berself ¬
self did not know why she wished shM to be bethere betbPle hithere
there Yet the t lie thought of o it fascinated fascinatedher
her beyond resistance resistanceIf r rH
If she h had been able to analyse her hermotive hermotive hermotive
motive she would probably have real realised realtied 1 1hH ¬
tied that there was a possibility Ib lty of ofMomethimc otIIIOJnethlDtr olsomething
Momethimc happening which might bear beartremendously beartrulteodously bearI
tremendously on o the case of her lovers loversfather Iovwsfather loversfather I
father It might m ht be the sealing 11a for forever forever ¬
ever of their fates She could not np npCntempilate er ercnntempite ap apcontemplate I
contemplate waiting walt to receive the nee neiat ne net neeat
at t second hand handSharply hancLS handSiarpiy
Sharply S ply at half after S she came walk walkIng walkIll
Ing < from the he station She had not tried triedto triedto L
to jcet et Patrick to come and bring her In Inthe IntM iithe
the automobile Telling < her parents parentsthat parentsthat t1I t1Ithat
that she going xol p to visit her cousin co n in New NewYork fewYork r
York she had taken talc an early afternoon afternoontrain attlllOOntrain afternoorI I rI
train to the city returning < as far as asNorrteourg uorr1JI asNorrisurg I
Norrteourg > orr1JI In time for the meeting with withthe withtM wiltthe
the yein OJ I lawyer lawyerhave tayeI
I r have discovered c a perfect hiding hidingplace b bplace hidh hidhplace
I I place where we cannot be seen from fromwhich hoInwblch frenr
which we can see everythinag ever7 that may mayhappen M Mhappen y ybapptft r
happen he told her h I will say sayfrankly ayfnmkly ca3frankly
frankly however that I wish you youwould youwould yeawould
would not come Wont Won t you let letea me mesee liteY
see ea you Y U to the station stationI tJtatloltr tJtatloltrI
I will aot to she spoke with a note noteof aoteol I Iof
of defiance I am not afraid afraidVery afraidVery d dYery
Very well come on OA he spoke spokegrudgingly tIPOkel I Igrudgingly
grudgingly grudginglySilently l grudginglySilently
I Silently Snent they the wended their way to toward teI toward ¬
ward the th dllarftated house h Rodney y had hadgone hadIOIM hadgone
I gone over the grot grqd id a doaN times to it p pleant
team every safe stepping t lnr place In the the8eayed thele2 C CSeayed
8eayed le2 beards of the a he floor floorHe
I I He turned into the second door in is
the little hallway h allw The roof was gone gonefrom sonefTon gonefrom
from this room and the light < of the tberising then r rrtsint
rising n moon streamed Into show that thatthe thatI t tthe
the boardiBK of the floor had entirely entirelyr enUrelrhUe r rretted
r retted < taU away awavThe aAVThe awayThe
I The teams m < will bear you he h t teW id
her and they are only a foot from the thegroundt the1POUlMlt t tgroundi
groundt I but be careful not to sprain sprainyour 1 1your
your OUI ankle ankleHe ankleHe anklele
I He le took her hand and helped MI her herfrom leap Ies Iesfrom
from beam to beun till they t = reached reachedthe r read readthq
I the t rear of the he room Here stood a lit little ItIt ¬
It tle I more than waist high the t e remaining romalntn
I bricks of an old fireplace An overhang overhan
Inar tree covered the top of It with IU fo
Hare U E
llaceS St ESt See S e said Williams There te the thepath thepath the C Cpath
path from the brook The hole in the thewall thewall Its C Cwall
wall te right over here Through that thatcrack thaterack t tcrack
crack we can see alt there te to nee in inthe tathe Ii I Ithe
the room where the entrance te ItThe made
The break in h the th wall gives a full view viewof Yi Yiof viesof
of th t the hp halt hallThree haltT1ar haltThree
Three T1ar hours they waited in Instanding silence silencestanding L Lstanding
standing with their heads b in the branch bras h hH hce
es of the tree not even darinc to lean leanp r ragainst 1
Against p I 8t the toppling wall of the fire fireplace lIreplace
place lest it fall 11 with their weight weightThe wei L LTh
The Th thousand slight sounds of night nightseemed nighseemed
seemed to wear upon upon their nerves ne L At Atthe Alth A Athe
the th leaping of a frog f ln into n the t water waterof waleof
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and a nd involuntarily abc clutched at Rod Rodeys j
ney nfOII n eys hand She be felt the smooth steel steelof
c of o f his revolver After ttfr that she w ws is s less lessafraids
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CHAPTER XXXII XXXIIThe XXXIIme
The Apparition ApparitionA A pp ritim ritimAND
AND A A ND then Rodney DM ey himself It c felt the theDown thehILlr
h hD i hair rising tl stiff > < upon at atnoD his head headown
Down D own the brook came nearer and andnearer adnearer endecret
nearer s ecret the sound ef f soft splashing
At the path the splashing htnK stopped
The Th thick bushes bas 8 at ihe be sides IIltI s rustled
id I s the th stlllnetts of thv th night A slight slightshudder
hudder s shook the frame of o the girl girlneiride
beside d him and nd almost unnerved him
At last their straining eyes caught caughtsight eauSbtsight
sight s of something somethingmoving moving in the al ¬
tered b red moonlight 1ft0000Jlfbl For an in Instant tant It Itstood ItstO
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where there was no shade shadeIt
It was w the bent figure of ° t a surpris ¬
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nowy s white and ate hair shone shonehey
tuuaUy In the pale rays of the moon moonThey
They T hey could see that Mf h1 garments were werein WereID
in I n tatters tattersQuickly f
Quickly the old feet moved vod in I their theirwatersoaked theirwtereoaked theirwaterpsk
watersoaked moceaaln The figure Aguredisappeared 41n1fedlappealfld figureisappeared
disappeared d into to the hole in the walL walLThey wnThey weltThey
They caught glimpse II of It as it hvr hvrrledly hvrrlfldly heriedly
rledly r crossed the th little room into the thehall Utehall
hall hallThen
Then it suddenly nM aly paused paUII in the open opendoorway
doorway door where wh re they th y could see it dis distinctly cll clltlnetly ciinetly ¬
tinctly t limned lima against the white of a awhite awhitfl
white Held across the read It Itcrouched Itcrouched
crouched down d wn close to one of the theposts theOIJts theposts
posts as If leaving room for the form formFor torFor formFor
For a while the igure sat silent the tbehoary thehoary thehoary
hoary head bent over the he empty emptyn space spaceIn epaceIn
In i n the middle of the doorway It was wasa w wa Wa
a weird sight i ht in the stillness of the thenight t1tl8ntht tlonight
night that bent form staring starln down al althe atthe t tthe
the floor In an n attitude 81 f adoration adorationbefore a4oratlollHfore adoratlOSbefore
before an unseen deity there thereUrn thereRut
Rut if the sight was uncanny uD < ny there ttaeIew t0ewas therewaa I
was w soon added a sound that was w noth nothing notbI nothbig ¬
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soft crooning eroon mumble with a vetoe v kt ktso 1
80 high pitched It would have baftOteaq SeetniOd SeetniOdgrotesque
grotesque coming < from so large a man manhad maShad
had one o met him In daylight bl blSlowly <
Slowly tbe voice grew Jtre louder It ItMelDed Iteensed
MelDed to be singing some ort of ofin Poo
in a Ktrange language Ia se As the words Sung SungMca COr COrbecame
became Mca more and INI more distinct Rod Bodney Rodney
ney concluded that that the song was wasItalian V VItalian i iItalian
Italian or Spanish Spa lov 1o love song
And A IMI then the watchers understood understoodthe ulld ulldthe UfldoIMOOthe
the significance 1IbrDbIca i f f the th weird 1nI acene acenethe IICtIMthe no000the
the old man was serenading < the vacant vacantplace vacantplace tpIILC
place where Mrs Hole HoD Meade had hut hutsat Jaatto in5Elizabeth
sat to
satElizabeth Elizabeth was trembling trem so violently violentlythat yoleatlthat VIOIentIJthat
that Rodney could bear the rustle ru ef efher efher 01her
her habit He was terrified lest JIbe JIbewonfcl shewould be bewould
would fail and reveal their hiding hidingplace hidlqplaft hIdin hIdinplace
place He gripped his revolver more morenrmly more8rmty mortfirmly
firmly nrmlyBut 8rmtyBut firmlyBut
But be saw M her hfod bE d sro out and andsteady andat andstdy
steady at y her weight t against the broken brokenbrick hrokenbrtdt brokeSbrick
brick wall and ad the tMtrftftbl tMtrftftblb trembling ceased ceasedSuddenly erasedSuddenly
Suddenly b the song was broken off offBoth ocrBeth o oBoth
Both of the young people started startedthinking start startthlnkhl starttthinking
thinking < that the singer had been beenfrightened beeIafriptenect beerfrightened
frightened and Dd would discover them themBut themBut
But the grayhaired JbairtCI old man bent bentcloser bentclolltt benicloset L
closer over that vacant a a spot It seemed seemeda MelDedthoQCb I IIs
a Is though he b were about to bestow bestowsome bet besteeSonic tow towSOllIE
some caress eares upon the invisible thing thIn thInh
h ° saw za 1f there thereThen theftThen thereThen
Then quickly the 5kb head was raised raisedThe tedThe raisedTbt
The old man arose to his feat featYou lestYou eYow
You do not love 41 JDe me the quavering quaveringvoice quaveringvoice quaverinivoie
voice voie almost reso ron to a shriek You Youdo Youdo Yoido
do not love me yni love him himThere IdmTh kimThere
There Th re followed a long string lC of bit hitter bittfJ bittsr ¬
ter invective mt mingled 1ed with hideous hideousoaths hl htdeowoathe w woathe
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they did not know knowThe knowThe knowThe
The fearful squeaking < voice 01 rose rosehigher rosehigher
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came ca thicker and faster fasterBackward rutuBackward fasterRockward
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teto the full moonlight < ht before the theAt er erAt doer doerAt
At about five paces it stepped The Thegaunt Thepant Thegaunt
gaunt arms ta their ragged sleeves sleeveswere sleev sleevwere sleeveswere
were raised raisedThey edThey rainedThey
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was raised and pointed toward the theempty tiletI thecrisply
empty tI space in the doorway doorwayy
Rodney ol y trained his revolver at the thetallKpecter thetall thetail
tallKpecter tall JQ specter fearing tearh that the gun would wouldI
bt b fttM 1 toward their thei hiding hld lqf place But Butthe Buttbe Bestthe
I the fusty weapon remained pointed te tej toward
j II ward tbe space at which It was aimed aimedSNow i iow
Now ow pray ra to your God Dont move moveFray
i Fray if you want to You are areto going
to die The Tb words were spoken in a ashriek ashriek ashriek
shriek that might have been beard an aneighth aDebtb aneighth
eighth nf a mile away awaya
There was a momentary pause e while whilethe whiletbe
the rifle hold true to its ibt1m it aim ThOr Therthey TIlerthe ThOrthey
they the heard the th slight click of oLTMr a trigget triggetThere triggesre
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I hammer whose spring had probably probablyrusted probablyrusted
rusted ru away awayInstantly awayinstantly
I Instantly the white head was turned turnedas
I as a though lh to gaze behind hind Then with witha
a wild rush the caunt man ran toward to towardthem
1 them Into the hall hallI hailIl
j I lie Il turned tur Into the room through throughwhich thToucttI throughwhich
which be bad come Out oC the btokea btokeawall 1M ok okwall oken okenwail
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but It was not until later hi 1 tfc tM day
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remitted r ulW in the th theft of numerous tata b
belonging Ing < to some of the werksaosi
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hinges wore stoien the value of UM UMmiavia dtearti4 thernig
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owners at They were the property proper properof
of Randolph L I Jennings 12 US G s Street ra c
northwest j w Harrison and nd J 1 B
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