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Ae obs and qbl iS an -. -o~lMr. Enezrmi t b.a ~' ~ Ikemanners asid #em~ # his OPM#*d very 41101 1& the good o14 weu of ,et the ed We# wore h 6004 4 bibay. te6 msay of ts than lit re a mean things like that S he wrote in the yea 1?87, t1e, sery period who Field 606 Were, Richardson. all, thebehrt Naira en *y pipidus their "Peer eM scholarl '3e was liing In on6 Of the~b rrast periods of Englfa 1t adt didn't knw U! e was swortadith 14 failed to fee1 6thaat Ashen6%Wr *in the Ist t Tast nuM beto itois dio they are good ad befause the ""W Mivealwaps boosre .b, ..W. nk. Mr. Vi ~u~s~m. who feel tthe only tit ' 4 . an4 Story. 0eat P, 0 no0 better and unotwingly cle.imu its 'Oht is the reson .%I= Ilk* 1766 Olivth Curwood. A1. Xne. Gene Stratton Pouter. Con 1i y Dewson. Joseph C. Lincoln, Beach, and the rest have beoome a ' almet every one who and arn admired in our day, *4M as 1eldingf. Smollett and others we. easised in ters.. And that i a3eo n why "ditions" vary se m i se. One book mhLy be a eet delle,'' with a- bagie edi t%% dmotbr relatively unknown with &OIM "@VtaS DAVOMTER. fibal Lanpted, "The Lose *elt" of zouls Jeeph Vane's 6ew thiller, "oUd . is an itftaordi the fertile VaP9e in to- o Oa tale aV fascinating Masteriou a" May of his preaius .'St'e Wolt IS at tw" Aftidet ye M tled M1i but already ''is on hand Inghn 60,e Mere alO is de'taild a = eof romanee with the priness, sante mother Of the th story !iialf Russian. C~ihee all 4.1l.". ty y'ears later finds "Thie Lone " how in overasnest service, on tti *f the mnet, accomplished of u~~kmathah the Secret bs~evpr traij4 T'hgr lead o, PrnceVictor. Te tees of the are olesing about Victo*r, and in lea he imprisons Lone Wolf's Adr lfdpRe Ye. Jted Your The Kingdom R The Tale of a Grc cam~e to let kdo Tai isaA e th biord 11 stry . .a aa wbe hime another to write verses -to be Weed in the wooing of & maiden fair, to strongly suggestive of th story of Cyrano do ererae. but the yogley touch to evIden In the denouement. '"The Case of Keest " igb" A& a detoptiv etI SmIvelougs at .,1, toW tal. avr, hwgadend Three of the stories stand out as much vo6ve the average of the col leetion. These are "Advie to the ioralerii" built, around those col uMe fantlir 'to reados of nowspa pers wherein aOd aswered the let t#es e CupidsttO ly sosth and Made: tor ofCanM the Garden o Bwedoa." a laughable yarn Involv lbt lunhrooms, calisthenics, and eog-tealivg; and "Referred, to the Author." an intetsing departure frot te mood and manner et the rest of the book. It Is a story of the theatrica! worie but to suggest Its nature 'euld be to withhold es the reader a large measure of oelase and surprise. er tris are "The wert Little mat." o' h Battle of manila an llopes?@ Punch and Judy." "The* llunrmc and "Urast Blur a oo*-.ealn e an eferdt h .A T70IP FO ARCRMT~OM' As Wa th" a with "91na stret In which the literati all over the country began disooving and quot tag uriously spectaular paragraphs some time after the book had been Dublished and widely reviewed, they are now anding rich repositories of Buoh Paragraphs In Coningeby' Daw don's now nogl. '"The Kingrom Round the Corner." "It's a rare talent, indeed-perhaps rarer than that of describing human being well-to be able to make the dweling places of the character the % book vividly diggestive of their owner&. almost animate, Indeed." writes rsl Prances Ptarkinson Keys, wif* of the New temphb Senator (and author of "Letters From a Ban tob Wife"), and A an tiuetratt sho paeths the following from the now Dawson novel:. T %"Haing climbed a winding stair, he was shown into a room in the tur rot. one edo of which was filled with & tal 1ae window. gazing west rard. Th landscape which it framed bung against the darlness like a sainted anvas--a far-resbing ex pase of treedo d peaure. vogue (rt sands ms anthred"tr Frim aed by toe lWitfeain as ank ofhe ueto. I'he 'was~ theavoily feme the e Duraie noeanhwlpaee and hving cimbe may winerdinsaif fanil w.showraitoI a midn theatrh rotre ofd cofl whic waos walle bwrt nga. In ted window. gesinr st ard tabe lanscapeh whic iet amae. Rungen agit he Faud Iet ie a panteaas-a tarachn x pando te Codparer ~u he ofTle, whot wke on te duet. the kindoo his dreamd h tdhre with a aony geeaib.o rn. Adl i hotris Inawdsearchth Sieo ol and D lon-th wasbn Iae P tople olivelin was book a. he mayu h you fnd y'ours. De tund the Cornermo pestest Prter by th dbishkingdoofgehin d in. .i eeci I. a Dw -tew in Oonlsnsb Daweem, vbT M m a poet before he a Rovelst e soldierT. iteets couldn't el. Lrst-boouaie w ni34 9 during, ~f~1u ea te on~ t A t wer 3rougham ~We3*ntributes MW interesting #$ volume t currant dssetd 0 the ehdott #sdltion of abelal. peitoal and is dustrial affaire in England in "AUig. land and the New ra," published by M. P. Dutton & Co. His propie works. "The Opportunity of LOW" alis," 'MOdern Demoorae ad "310 w W t #A , well known 0o b ct roeoet.do velopmente of pelitiesa and scenemit thought tn Eagsand. Me foresees the breaking down of British imperialism and deals with the principies and methods whieh the times and the condltene require from a new states manship. times ad conditions with which he thinkie the old statesman. ship is incompetent to deal. "Aftev all." he declares. "the Imperianal fever was never a very English at fair it was far more an -affair of Anglo-Indians, cosmopolitan Sna, clers. ex-Governor-Gessreas and Co. lonial Prime Ministei'. 'What could these knouw of EnglaUnd who nevea England knew " 'geng SHrILn 6W BILnCU," "The Shield of ailesce,".HArriet T Comuftoe'o new book, sdet pufrshaed by DOtlel1day, & Co.. hfxa 'tl4 mountains of' i for Its beens of -action and has the ae* sweep, the same elemental duality possessed by the other mountala stories Km Comstock has writte . It is a story of two children. each given an edual start for the future, a veil of silence for the past. *hq trace out their Individual destlais, as fate and blood direct. 0 0 0 Miss Elisabot* Shepler Serfeast, author of "French Perbpeetfv and 'ohedow Shapes" and a frequent een tributor to the magasines, is leaving her home is New York for New Mex. Los0 whose she will devote her time to a study of the Pueblo Indians. 0 0 0 NEW BOOKS REPUIUED. Doubleday. Page & Company an nounce second printings of tie fol. lowiwal books, all of which have enip been on sale a short time. -"te Memoirs of Count Witte." "The, Complete Garden." by A. D. Taylor. "An Ocean Tramp." by Williame Me yee. "Naval Lessons of the Great War, by Ttacy B. Kittredge. Thq Guarded Reights," by Wade. WOrth Camp. . - .A2 .IN .M~wl In'"Gol f Simnpled." which DoubleJ gay, Page & Co. have, just published, Daove Hunter, golf instructor of the kesen Country Club, of West Orange. V. 3., and one of the forest au thorities in America. teflh heW' te reduce your score materially ad save yeur strekes. Xe esuitins a new and simpitge4 method of instruction whereby one correots all the faults otmon toe galters. Proper pronating, the tuse ing f wrists and forearms at the egeigof the swing, is, beliees Mt, Hnter, practioeally all isret to the game of golf. Me deerbes in simple language the cprreet grip, stance and swing, takes up the Ose-h mon faults of the golfer, fad by anaysing these, show, why they were mnade and how they en be proested. The book is illustrated by twentsh Lve photographs, showing -coret aaialoorrect positions, * 0 e Muehibald Rutledge, whose "Plan tation Game Trails" wras reepnteeb suhd by the Roughton-Milia VOI gv, Is one of the spotenen who we been asked to oeenrbutoe s a write of Mr. Roosevelt as g naturalist. MUST RECISTER VOTERS SUMMARILY SHUT OUT ANNAPOLIS, Md., June 36,-4udge Robert Moss, presiding in the oireuit , court, las dirpeted rest of veters in te 89eend ward of Annapolis to sit in spefl session for the .purpo of plaelng es .the registration books the names of seven applicants who were refused on May 19, the last day for piala names on such list. The aippants were to the ogtee freom half an hour to SRten abinates be9ere eldstng tiene, wbteh was S 0.*ol. When the h erutied, the registere refused to rb t -ad elose the doorsTh afottb the 4delion woen )eLottieLek Addle.CAd lSe Mrs. Spi el.Miss -Detemy MeinheM Williana 0. Beavia Bad asauel Atwell. Gefeve startis en yeer veStien 4ft arsookng- ar"en' Grosho% a"d Gree VOL. uyersville-Margare~t zast, LleA Clark, Grayson smmere, Dade 3904 gan, Carroll 8bepley and Alve Marine, Jr. I arto"y - Russell r, , "0 Braadenburgf, Walw1 iMu,, Vidred saer, usul is % res tbe a" Mry Gl4aI "L as" .Dasau Arab-Mra R. 'ByS, O Log"e emsh. Pleaant - Gove - Kawtri 3. Pag", Alra R. Norwood. DMae-Ree .ordette, L4ste I. Bardeto Mary A. S meL I New Market-jtbo A. Ifaker, X&dL I. TO Mur as-P. -R, Mti son, $rons. P. Harper, Wil6latL T. Brandenburg. George W. gponsir. William E. Zimmerman Kothston-Mabel Catherine ognt Evahe Crothere brandeburg, Calu di19 . King, Ba l. Prda, W11 la= V. Browgare. . North FMrklift-Coentia Allen. ast P~ranklin-Olive Ruth Hauer. Olive R. Toma, Rattle ]. LeWI. liam 0. Mmes, Joh n . d r Nwie ILM. M Ary. .. - , I V TreeaVIlt-Wilber Amith. G4od-intel-tary L ..Albgh. - Joksville-Louise IF. Pittlaer, e-. ner a. Repp, Roome Warne. radIenbure--G.aoye . pot est. PaMdie-Joseph I. Miller. Davd Martin Johannes, Nora, G. NaIlle. m=lyonville - Evelyn Sbohoaker, Ruth Khne. 1aie Kcahn*. - Rocky prngs - Oscar taley, Charles Remp, josepft -ilderen, Norbet Klipp, ivdrud Kemp. Lt e. Philip-Ru e ruiler. Tredermk - tiharA Banigerdtner. ,art role. Caspar ll. ClIne, Jr. Clark Devilblae,.. Av J. AieDoring. Donald pout. Melvin Wabt, egee GIben, David Goonell John faes, 3610e Slovak, Dallas He erMO, $44610 Kints David Kemp. Robert 1100, $ase LeppY, Art3. t Molerly Earl MeGaha. Benjapain Phb bs, Gore Ros., Jr., Crauwft U, John Roauteah. George atltder. 6 11heorer. William Schmdt, Johnso StRinhous, Ditmar S ros it, Jares Tret, Irving 'hem.s rk. Wtotski, J. -lnelI Wulie.amso Jr. 10ed&e1 -iEdhard Buigmarduer. LEaW Boyer, rask C.lens. J.es Cork Drovit, Zohn Cramer, Bernard Gie Davidnoln glebreekt, Wilaf Fo'ut Harold Hasa, Austi oote. Hlenry HKfn. Dad Klinp. oher Kandi, AdJan y Mcartn Morederie Mler, Clahan Me. uJ win M~us Geoan, Reedith Pate Relje .Joger Qoutnn, Morie alter.g, ay Shecrerd. WElkia SRhdtek oHes Stoihu. Dwtard 3harpe Dersee Wertheime3, Ro4ria ~Lawsn r. N.edare Dhomdas4 G.hie, aae. CoaproDan, John CW.l~.Benr Daelea V.nol .8mthEbreiniWDha, 3arah . Quirol, Mar, Au.~ Molles. Henra L. Gooman. Waele . Joi Mialrr . MullntDothy. wtl lien. or P. Hmod Paitle R. Elsa bLs Preton Polee C.st. Marm 8ReraQt. Morrie Ramsurg C. Hoffmans. Klatn RA.derak.s Freay Sehunlr ' a ShaTrp., . Lertae Foxl. h W arko ee, Pshilp GWerte, HsenEGrMar Yni.iwre P.iDkett, omas C.St. Chklristamns KRne, Dari Julhn, ar T Rm. Dee Catein V. Smhp, E.velytnt D.Lese, Sarah L. Mearce. Mariaet 3. Tetaloe, .Antoanette -Gul. Doroth . Jenn, ;Rutrh . Englonh, H419a A. Elm athryn M.ly . San eea 3d. L.Roke. any . Wtlerd Elles R. S ealet, Mgaret . Harr yia Edit Cohepnee rneA Mai Cesaeienes A-nfa J. HantenDoh A. 3ao ints, Thmel LJHnn. . Turte, Kn. Viola Po.R . Ma rk.. Katherine ear. Jant L.ohyC Milet, . ILhita, 'thetallenC. snen el Dt Esthorine A. Shipley, vly . Lase. Maie D. BoMelle. Estietn 3. Thee 3.ra Sntoietale argetels C. Reno Rut Elaet Joglih, Virgi. age aryEna E1.. opknn afertha . rye. WMhrde Ada Crluan, Elle 3.er tMasOraler. Maogroth V. ars34t )Lehpilr-MCared. aline mnena Eoephnaone M ari Gleto, ThlaL atel.r 3.Mrl . Vtila. U. Mlain a-Rte re 3 er. s iles wn----Trc C.ew Arthu. Aherit, Edga Poowene Holter, taold efbaur. K.Lere efser Riee ar Wihla, Austa Clr Ewar 711"ehr he - LIM rea, EUnt s40ey.7 Als ;:~ Vs~is eeW.$m, gahPyn Sm - :e. 5met sott% Ok tjbter, Isbabeth poels, Ruby ~,4 Via Shafer, Ledae a tv Steves, -Aelem W%4d Mar? YMag. , el.~ss -f- 1000 " tMerjned =* Maries Ptes, Carrie =*%.' t041 letaber, J"s TOM. Thursmt--ertrude Craer, lea. "* r. $06 Creager, *It% r, hato. Mry M *ddW, tof~al UxurGladte de 3rd,. carrdi e : Carriedhh, 'Charles XyleV, S1il :Dewee1 Warren Weller,~: Elie V%. dhour, Alamo lAte. Nellie fetwra. Lula Senta, Maude Spauldieg. Mar Maret WeedJe, Dorothy Weller, Bea,. trice Zents. Updike Cady. Gertie Da v1e, Edward 1roreman. Allen Creager, Russell Young, Marshall LeAtherman. arte Lawyer, arold Martin, Stanley Damuth. Sabilleeville-Eva Royer, Lela Wile, Beten Willard. Xarl ISe, Catoctin" Fe6ee-L Ile Qais, Mildted Dais. CHILD STS BED AFIRE; BABY BURNS TO DEATH WIELING. W. Vg., June 25 When hie-little brother Geotge, play ing *1th aTttabes cocidentily, et Are to the ebte.d ever the bed la whiek be ws -psefully sleeping, NewarId the little son of of Mrs. Virginia Smith, of 402 Coal etest, was buarned to death. The mothet bad left the home oontainlaig her-three littlp ehil drea to 'look for an apartment and shortly after she had golo, It ti be lieved, one of the two hildren play ing in the house aet are to the broade The Are aptad quickly AO bs sqt trees and lIturned It up. leaving only small bits of th stead. The house would have been destroyed but for the quiok settes of a neighbir, wo set og tw Are 4larm. FARMHAND PAY SLUMPS IW MAYLAND HARVEST v.3DR11%C5, Md., - June U.-Te day of "e5Mensve trained arm labor has pesed is Frederick aeusty. Te $10 pet dy, food. and shelter, hand Is eatint. ge passed with the gather ing ef tie bmrvea of the mene.. og 19. This reek a new harvest be. taa. I contrest with a year ae,. there is an abundanee of laborers, not uaskilled, but men long trained I the sevic tof the farms. but who have Until the pest year bees de. amanding ''war wages" in tuetrial plants of the large cittee. This year they are betsg paid from .2 to $3 per day, feed, and shelter. A year adb farmee. paid as mauch ase8 and 610, and the. GempiaWaed eft the labor shortage. County Agent . A. Heaver has an neusoed that a hurried survey shows that this cousn' wheat crop will be sbout normaL. HALF PR a3chimc AnD sea All these Pixtures wired ~jj~mw~Be Muraemde sens TENN LECTRIC A2 bee anbes ndbeta h and sit W r #08 meComt tWe."s the M**eaiy toto W *a 'Sois wi tie nedb. for eo ..ato res nes HWet the sam including the man tephoes h IMkeeP the pr0ers is cosatant Walsh with the irew: Opestes the e p eiP for syp tem and supliles atdeal coolI In system twit% h erta power Ithe warious 600oek 1oy alsoe tricity Tons machnes pool pothe toes, Wash 'dioss as dough; ct butte and su4"tel - 1tob orolt shMas, all esosely baee bread. In the laa slotieal-ma ahineo wash and almthe& , DNPE,1ANOJ 4 WUTM, 1a the depths of the ap Ws the great motors that provide the driving power. And In eispy part of the great fighting craft are lights that feed on eletrie current. The 4ew afIoxio is. said to 00110,1 SAQ& sale 4. off. The mpr i~ngt ts ~ seieattieslly fted, 'aWE its construe tion so up t6 date, that any Order tan be executed in a few minutes after it hao bess slashed fre the eaptaia's bridge. Great eCt. bas ben taken in all the desigas. Aalshed Pncqiaea hAd war equip to hae setteIty otef se vital equipment is Vut out of commission in ties mf' battle to .ort sent& be dOplieated witir atsther devtc, . I Tie total - borsepweir sergy re uired to op.rate the Now Kexes. is 32,480. There are seven eil0-bnalAg bolere, fed by slightly weAled fuel under presste. fe , beater has 4eeM burners. and it takes only the turn e a scrow to bring a belier into domnission. * The great flagship has two maIn turbine -gseratme each with 7.00 horeepower. The generators mak 2.100 revolutoes. mine. The war rent thley generate is conveyed to four dliving motors, each with a 06 Psty of about -i0 bep . These motors operate . the ehatt of the vessel's four propelleroS giving the huge sea monster twenty-oes knots an hour when ruaning full WARUM CLUANMftWu Ofacers of the New he*Xst Claim the electrically driven uropellOrs are vstly superior to the steam-driven propellers In the savidg of fuel. The vessel's logs ot recent Craises show that on January ft, during a Cruise to Bouth America, the Ouperdread* aught Idaho buIrOd 213 tons of so: the New 3eico, 110. and the Missle sippi, another superdreadnaught. 192 tons. All are of the scine class of ship. The other daily feoords showed about the mine ratis i feel burned. One of the effeetivO arguments In ror of the "eleotric ship," aside from economy of operation, is elean iese. The New 3Mea1o0 Is free of irt t1i the turbine or turnace rooms. ad it has the appearande of a ship In commnIssion but a few days, instead of hvng been operated three years. ICE SALE $4.95 - $4.95 'aeg. Pies ,.93 . ma. Scomplete and installed. se yesthe deaiese-peee-Eup dneet D GAS WiPPLY 90. To' pu..,w e nta CEARLNTON, W. Vs'. June 2L Dates for the eawal State conies ties of te West Virginia lks' Age. elation were set by goclale of the or ganisatiom. The big "air will be beld September , 3o, Sad 30, at Carles tont. That the convesties will surpass aS' atato meeting of the S1km ever heM In West Virginia was the pre &i"toft made by Jay Reefer., of this city, secretary of the ate assocla tion. and George C. Alecks.- of Wheeling, president. Special excursion rates for Iks wilt be gis by the railroads, INSURES TURKEY BEING FATTEtED FOR HARDING CRTSTAL SPRINGS. 3les.. June 2M.-Insurance on a tuarkey. destined to grace the Thanksgiving table of Prees4ent Harding. Is extra hasardous becauss the subject Is overieight' and statistiwr show the ;mgjority' Of the tukey faMUy will be 4ead Inde of six monotqs. 06 ruled the New fork Life In urane-CnMpanY "on W. W. Maon of this etty asbed for a 000 policy on the "obbler he is fattening, fSr the Hdrding." Aret Thanksgilving Is the White mouse. Oded-Shooting Reoerds WINCESTlzT. Va.. SfthejV.-Mm" bers of .he .Wincheetot ~G . whieh P.. L Buckley i and . 3. Deveiry. Jr., eeede averages during the month of aedording to the oficiel score anou ne a . the seretary. Drn 0 of t weekly .4ote at the -trap Ctso4s, llfloit' hung up a re0ord of 115 nduseeutive brealge in shooting at 125 targets. Arthur Sea bright edne within twoor,, bre of 100 per- 'ent straight a ehooti4 at 100 'blrds. - "Whe Ded coms boie et the end of * sing d.'*. Home C The discomforts of hot, in the home or office that has turn, of- the switchj and ,the hea breezes. And the cost of this co' practically negligible. 1%obblus&~ ' Built for a lifetime of ser cost the least ini the long run. sume little currenti no more il lamp. Bay the Fas Freen th rm. mieetre. c.. Ceuuoet P. C. ter. -3341 15emey St. N.3. .e it t. li.W. 3R. L . Tab 11 St. W. W. C. 8eled *e ams4 so u st. N.W. Them.se Eteetile Ce.. em Sth St. N.W. Corniest Aetute Wests W. 051.*~~ 566 Rnga St., A M n Tin. S -Doubleday-HID E n15 nam se.. 1. W. ----- ... i . s r. . . . ... it The CMe b dmis dtssste inpgoa, Ne dat ,is in *h s r dus It heoadms em gb o on*l dlu is G*SNOWtb do If rn-usat. 49 cenis Jobs h 0ath OMo do= ber. Css .ECTRIC CLEANER VAaL TERf sultry weather are unknown a reliable R. & M. Fan. A is banished in cool, bilowy nfort is so small that it is vice, R. & 'M. Retiable Pans They run quietly and con an~ an ordinary Incandescent a Foilowing Dealers: ISI7 14th t. N. E C. F. .Sute. P.S Set.N.W. ....b t. N. . 1869 NW. "-.Mi". 3.w. Pr u3.t.g A G s w. c .. "-r!"E""t. .W. lectrie Company stars W smaaD.Ct.