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(CHE WSHlfcGlfrN TIMES, "THUBSDAXXyCTODEE 3, 1912.
OF SICKLES FAMILY
Friends Say That Charges
i -Will End.
A WHITE STREAK Of DISASTER
By EDGAR fRANKLIN1
(Copyright, lilt, frank A. Muniey Co.)
NEW TOnK. Oct. i-Frlenda of den.
Daniel E. Sickles and his wife declared
today that tt they have net hsen recon
die, tiey have at least decided to rent
under a. flag .of truce (or a while.
Charge and eounier-charfeu tn.it hae
been flying between them (or tne Ikst
(ew weeka will end.
Stanton Blcklca, it waa said, haa do
elded for too present not to giro cut
any.nidro lettera written byhls father
to 'a prominent New York society
witi.Mi.df.(hlch came Into the s.n'a
.possession Some years ago. Vrlcnds
say tnat ins general, in me samo spirit,
realizing that he made a technical
blunder In, making public what he did,
haa .decided, to make no urther state-
Tjie Veil ' o(" mystery which haa
ihlinided .the. disappearance of Teresa
Baa1on,.icVlcs, "first wife o( the gen
eral, haa tpen'rateed by Mrs. Anna Vail
Martinez," who a eventy-flve years old,
and was the gfHhood chum of the first
Mrs. Sickles. She1 probably knew her
more -Intimately than any of tier other
friends. . ;
Tint Hit, Sickles Deal.
The 'story, Mrs. Martinez tells Is of
particular interest. In view of the belief
of Alfred Summers Molyneux, who
efalnk he, Is a' son or the first Mrs.
Sickles. Mr. .Molynour, when a baby.
ww found In a carpet-bag aboard a
train at South Amboy, IS. J,, a (ew
month nefore Sickles, then a Congress
man, shot and killed Fhlllp Darton Key.
In Washington, and Mr, Molyneux was
told bv the nurse wno cared for him
that she had 'reason to beHee Mrs.
Sickles waa his mother.
"Mrs. Sickles dica wnen she was
thirty-one years old," rata Mrs. Mar
tinez, "and to the beet or nr knowledge
all other members or tier fatally have
paased away, unless- It be a tirother of
Mrs. Sickles. I am certain of Mrs.
Sickles' death, for I sans; at her fJ
neral. II also acted as her bridesmaid.
When her father, Antonio; died I sans
at his funeral."
Mrs. Martinez said Mrs. Sickles died
la lMt. '
Mrs. Sickles was Irvine .In Becluslon
at the time lof her death," said Mrs.
Martinez. "So far as. I ever knew the
Sickles tied but one child. This 'wu
Laura, who. while young eloped with a
man named Carleton. i think he was
an Englishman. About eight or ten
jears ago Mrs. Carlton died In Brook
lyn wbfte ne was residing; with, her
uncle, George Cook. If Mr, Cook Is
alive he Is the last of the family
She Would Have Known.
'il waa-ao intimate with Mrs. Sickles
that It seems almost Impossible that If
a eon were ,born to her utie would not
have confided In me. Moreover, I saw
her every little while. We were firm
friends from tbe'time I came to Amer
ica until "her death. I have seen It
published that Mrs. Sickles was di
vorced. This s not so. Had there been
a divorce General Sickles would Hardly
have placed a shaft over her grave,
which ho did."
While the Baglolls were at one time
wealthy they died joor.
WIFE ASKS POLICE
TO SEEK HUSBAND
Synopsis of Chapter! Already Published
John, draflon practically own the pros
perous town of Kenyonvlll. He Is bs
ing a traction company promoted by
Qcorse Colson. to do whloh h has mort
cased his entire fortunn. ,
The- paper concerning tin deal dltap
pur. There are no clues save an odor
of Turkish tobacoo la Orafwa'a privat
ofnos and he recalls that, while siblblt
Ins Ms business suit te his frlnd Els
ford at midnight, a letter had been
-oppd down the mall-chute. Parker, the
watchman, remembers that eom one,
whom he thought was Mr. Grafton, left
the bulldlni near midnight. A detective,
Uurlelth, attempts te unravsl Ih mys
tery and from the various signs concludes
that tha thief, after stealing th papers,
dropped them, mailed In on ef th firms
envelopes and addressed to himself, down
the mall-chute, and that they are now
lying In the general box on the lower floor,
Grafton persusdea Brady, a politician, te
secur the psss-key from th postmaster
ana open in eox.
Beth leave the bultdlnc.
turning later with llurlalrh.
th shadow of tha vestibule, they
soma on sttemDtln' to ooen th toor.
An unfortunate movement puts the person
to flight. Oration and Burleigh In close '
pursuit. After a long cnao th man es
capes, and Qratton finds In his path th
maJI box key. They rush back te th
building and open th mall box. but there
is no letter. An early collection haa been
we certainly do aeem to be un
ngalnst It in tms Dusinessr
Tears Missing Man, Who Had
Sold Property, Met With
Fearlnr her husband may have met
with foul play, Mrs. Mary Know lea last
evening asked the police to send out
an alarm for Elmer Knowlcs, thirty-six
ears old, who has been missing sines
September 23. when he left Seaford,
Del., to come to Washington.
Knowles' wife and two children live
at 1310 Twenty-ninth street northwest,
Knowles, who waa formerly employed
bv an ice cream company, had been out
of work for some time and on Septem
ber 17 went to seaford to eee his mother
and also sell a small piece of property
which be owped there.
Mrs. Knowles, the wife, learned
through her mother-in-law that her
husband left Seaford on September 23.
She haa been unable to get any clue to
his whereabouts since.
The family formerly lived n Rich
mond ami Knowles several years ago
mysteriously disappeared for about
two weks k When he returned home he
lold his wife that he had been drugged
and held a prisoner during that time.
Eagles' Aerie Holds
Big Meeting Tonight
Washington Aerie, No. 125, Fraternal
Order of Eagles, will hold an important
meeting tonight at 8 o'clock, the feature
of which will be a ceremonial Initiation.
Other Important matters to bo con
sidered arc the report from the Aerie's
delegate to the recent Cleveland con
vention, the teport of the secretary on
members In arrears and action on same,
the report of the executive committee,
Hnd the appointment of entertainment
and dance committees.
CHAPTER XIII (Continued).
HE tlmo might welt come now
when he would be forced to
make a strons appeal to Col-
son's irood nature, if nothing
more; why not take the bull by tne
horns and loy the case before him now
in all candor?" , .
That wa the best that he could do:
at least, to the fair-minded.-be could
no more than report the catastrophe as
soon as possible after its occurrence:
and such a move, too, would dispel any
aiianfrinn that mia-ht have been caused
had he postponed the revelation to the
As he viewed matters then. It was
the one course, and having . decided
ifnrm It his nrtlon came nromutlV.
Ho picked up hla hat and strode put
of the office, leaving word witn jenni
aon to hold Ilurlelgh should he come
A ride of some five minutes brought
... . . It ki.lMIH M.tA f-.lt..
mm 10 tne siumicr uuuumn ..i.s.o ..
son maintained his business head-
nnrtjra Ilia heart was llChter nOW.
lor at least ne waa cieaxuis imuwu wi
the faintest shadow of anything pe
rnllar. Il onened Colson s door with-
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out nesitauon ana wamea in, auiutiw,
to face the unpleasant joo.
Dennett. Colson'a secretary, came
fnrwflM from thn Inner office, and
giected him respectfully and with some
inquiry in rus eyes.
"Well-Mr. Colson about V
"i;h7 He's not?"
"He Isn't here now, and he has not
been today. To tell the truth. Mr.
Grafton, 1 had almost hoped that you
knew something about him."
"That 1 knew something about him?"
repeated the other, sharply. ."Well,
there's no particular mystery about It.
is there. Jlcnnett?" .
im mtl nfrmM there Is."
"IJut Colson haan't disappeared?"
"I don't know .what you d call it.
said the secretary, smiling faintly. "At
the moment, it Bcems most peculiar.
Mr. Colson left at the usual time lsst
evening and apparently In the same
spirits as eer. ne did not appear this
morning, and a llttlo after ten I ent
word out to his house ho boards out
of town, you know.'-
"Yes, I know. Well?"
"Ho had not returned last evening
und the people there supposed that he
had been detnlned down here, and that
ho had remained over mam v "'
the hotels That Is all that I can tell
you. Mr, uraiion.'-
"But you've made some effort to get
track of him, certainty?"
"I've been to all the hotels and cafes
in town, and I have railed up all his
friends who have telephones and wired
those who have not. I have learned
absolutely nothing, except -that lie was
In the cafe of the Grande Hotel until
nearly one this morning, with a party
of gentlemen Where he went after
that no one knows."
amfton shook his head.
"Well. ICs certainly remarkable," he
said. "Very well, Bennett, If he's not
here, I can hardly see him. Should he
return In tho course of the afternoon
ask him to call up ray office. And If ho
doesn't come back, and nothing Is
heard from him well, call me up any
way before you go home, will you?"
Grafton descended to the street and
walked back to his own domain,
wrapped In amazed thought Here waa
an entirely new and Inexplicable mys
tery Colson's first absence from his
cfflce nn a business day in two years!
Supposing that he did not return be
fore noon on the day after tomorrow
what then? It seemed that an unkind
(ate was bent upoln wiping that Ken
vonUUe Traction loan from the face of
the earth, with nil evidences of Its
Back an his own building again he
was no nearer an answer to the new
riddle: to the best of his reasoning he
could see nothing In tha future save
complications, nun procaDie aisasier
He found the detective sitting In his
private ornce, and ne smuea ramer va
cantly. . , t
"I waited, sir," said Burleigh.
Grafton walked to his chair and his
blank smile still rested upon tho de
tective. "Well, I'm glad you waited, Burleigh."
ho said slowly, "This business seems
to me to be passing beyond all bounds
of human Intelligence, but I'm glad you
waited, at least.'
"Good land, air! There are no new
m stories, are there?"
"Only one," said Grafton, wanly.
"ColBon haa dropped right out of exist
alnst It In this business!" he com
mented, with a wry smile. "When was
the gentleman last seen, Mr. Gradon?"
"In the cats ot the Grande last even-.n-.
"Alone?" . . .
"No, with a party ot friends, I be
"you don't know who they were?"
"No, but Bennett, his secretary, docs,
and he has communicated. They can
tell nothing of him." - ...
"Uml" Burleigh drummed on the arm
of his chair for a time; when he looked
up his gase was questioning.
"I wonder what connection that has
with this robbery?"
Ulve it up," sighed Grafton. "None,
"Colson isn't the soil of a man to
"Very true, sir; but In this unhappy
affair wo seem to-have no one besides
honest men to susnect. If we can t
fasten some sort of suspicion on pme
one. we re soins to IM nara nusneu.
"But on the race or it, ne couian i
have been the man It's a physical! Im-
lfnL!4va In thA rnf Until 1. W1
know that the robbery wus committed
at aoout iz ociock. . . .
-"True I'd forgotten that." Burleigh
snapped his fingers. "And yet If ho
had nothing to tdo with It. It's 're
markable that he ahould have disap
peared at this precise time. We know
that Colson .wasn't here, and to .the
best of our knowledge and belief no's
a perfectly honest man, but woll, It
is queer, sir."
"It's queer, but 11 is altogether too
circumstantial without the corroborat
ing evidence of some other crooked
work on Colson's part,."
"res It's father, on unjuitlfled -ilur
on Colson, 1 admit," sighed Burleigh,
hopelessly. "Well, we'll have to look
In new directions."
"We'll havo to look pretty qulckl",
too, Burleigh. Time's getting short for
me jiow, you xnow.
' "The dsy alter tomorrow, was It
'."At noon yea. -Been doing any the
orizing pn your own account, Burleigh,
since early morning?"
"A little not much."
"In what direction?"
"Well, I returned to tho office when
you went home, sir. Just to start things
moving, for the day. To bo perfectly
honest I hardly knew in what way
this thing could be best handled, but
on the off chance I took the risk of
sending a man to Dobbs."
"Tho postmaster, eh?" What was
that for?" asked Grafton.
"Well. I gave him the kiy we found
the one wnicn openeu tne dox. uur
lelsh smiled slightly at the recollection.
The man I sent was Slawson. an en
tirely new addition to my force. He
came on from the East only last week,
and he's not known about town at alL
It occurred to mo that the key was of
no particular vuluo to us, now that the
papers were gone, and that something
might be learned when It waa returned."
I see on the assumption that it was
the same Brady lost We don't know
"We didn't know It a few hours ago,
Mr. Grafton. I Instructed Slawson to
get a private Interview with Dohba and
to say that he came from Brady. He
obeyed qulto accurately. He was down
stairs when I came In, something over
half an hour ago."
"And what did bo have to report?"
"That Dobbs was Intensely relieved
at seeing the thing again. That was
natural, but he nut In a queer remark
quite unconsciously. Ho said: 'Why
the devil didn't he send It back as he
Eromlsed.. without scaring my wits out
y that note this morning?- Blanson
asked wtiat note was meant- 'Why, thi
one stating that he had lost the key, ot
course,' replied our friend Dobbs? '
Gradon whistled in astonishment.
That waa an uneXDctdbit)of con-1-ordered Ball fr tarr nrawilsea when h
flrmatlon, wasn't It?" he crtedr l." -tried' to remove soma stone and curb
seems pretty well to establish .the act
that wb found Brady's key 'and no
'Assault" Case Against 1
Woman Is Dismissed
The case agajnst Mrs. L. C. Hill, of
Montgomery street,1, Friendship Heights;
Md.. charging technical, "assault" upt
on J, Arthur Bell, a laborer, was dlsr
missed bytJudge Mace, of Rockvlllo.
, According to the testimony, Mrs. mil
"As well as It tould be dons without
direct evidence, t Thai sema.t openiup
a new train of thoug'ht, does It notr
"Several ot them,", confessed-the
other. "But what ,do you .make of it
exactly: BUrlelghJ!' ' ' '
"Nothing, very positive, except that
It AatnhtlaHAri TirlHva nAA .connection
with 'tha-affair pretty (irmly I believe
thut ho was the man' w jchasad lust
at dawn this-morning, the man who
tried1 to' break In htm twlc-wlthn ,hd
hour."., f ' t . , . t i
"Very tittle questlon'of .that seerns to
remain," mused Grafton, "Yet, why
did he 'do, It?" . t . i '-.'. I
"Because ho wanted to , opan tnai
box nlono and get tho. letter! ..And djd
he know what was,ln,lt or did ne.jmla
take It (or something Uo of Importune"
to mmseir, or wnmr uoui as.
that's brought" me to a standstill .every
time I tried to reason It out. Youtlldn t
tell Brady, the'nature of ,01 papers?.;
'Of course I'dld UPtl1'' ' -"You
did not even hint at Itf .
"I did notr All no' "Knew ;was .m
they were of the utmost Importance to
me. I .tried to-tcil him, that It, was
something that I had aildressed by mis.
lane nnu you rememurr now cmrcrjuMj
and truthfully 'ho 'called 'me a llart"
"I do. sir. And 'since he knew that
mi mm nn talllnir ih truth. atl'I
can conceive is that be -was acquaint-
-a with h tntj.ralhann'srrmne or VOUr
own, or.Dotn. wnai tnat leaus w
can't say.' -
'v,ii vmiii Iibva in asvsoon. Bur
leigh." said Graftorf,Boracwhat'harply.
"l shall hope-to.-slr I'm taking steps
In that direction at 'thla 'moment and
I'm going to try a" few longer ones In
"What aorUot stops?'1
"In regard to Brad. Whatever he
knows. I want to know. To hope for
th rHfnHmatfAii from htm neraonally la
absurd, but r have another little Plan. II
aenfanothtr man to watch his office and
learn when he goes out. Should Hraay
leavo during tne anerooon, i u n
It at once. Then I mean to go there
and-well. seo what there ts to be seen."
Grafton's mouth had opened to speak,
when a knock came upon the door. Bur
leigh opened It upon his own office boy,
standing there with afolded note.
The detective read the line and smiled.
"SDCak of the devil, air,!" he chuckled,
turnlnc to Orafton. "My man has Just
'phoned In thatthe coast is clear. If I
"And ou're going to try -'
"To do what may be done, said Bur
leigh, softly, holding up a warning fin
ger as n stood in the open floor of the
Suter office. "Will ou stay here until
I get back, Slr7 11 won I uo laicr inau
4 o'clock, perhaps not ao late as that.
Good-by, sir." . . ,
He hurried out and Grafton turned
back to his desk with a sigh. He felt
that he was doing an annormal amount
of sighing nowadays, and the notion Im
pressed him most unpleasantly. Why
under the aun was ho mooning around
In such fashion over with the desperute
situation to face?
Ho had a rush ot other business, regu
lar business, to manage. He set his
teeth resolutely. The whole Infernal
.nn nt wetnt comnltcattona ahould be
banished together; Grafton would re
turn to his accustomed duty ot man-
-rwlnm n ta.ai. nnrl fit Kn VOn Hie.
it rnnar for his stenographer and his
mall and set about the task of anawer
Ing tho most pressing letters. In twenty
minutes strong effort had mastered the
harassed mind: he was giving full at
tention to other affairs
Ing from, her property some, days agoi
The latter waa working under tho dl4
rection oi a. h. nnoeroauer, presiaeni
of th Friendship IIe!gOs citlsens' Ast
soclatlon, ' and It Was 'claimed lit his
bchtU before the court that tho' Mary
land code relative to the construction
of htjfaways. roadbeds, ana avenues per
mitted ,hlm to remove the stone. ,
Judge Mace gavo an Interpretation o(
th code which upheld Mrs, Hill'a'com
tentlon In th case. ,, , ,
flopd Reforms Urged ,
1 At American Congress
,ATCANTJC CITY", N. J., Oct, 1t
nVnry w, Anderson. W Ttlchmond, Vo ,
speaking befoya th American" floail
Cot grass, advocated a tax on mttomq
blleii scoordlpg to their horsepower,
othar vehicle a to their weight And
iwldttl of tre, use of convicts In build
1HC, A'??"! na r4ral control of Inter-
Ib1I hlarhwav- RtatA AnntrAl nr flratA
'roads! and county control ft focal thur-
; FresX,nt Flptey. of the Southern ral(-
l . W . r"Vj"-nr v.iw'jon) .ut tno
ign can vi iiTJiiBiay in tno ii
rugn ran ut hijiiihj' in inn increase ot
.production. ln;wfilch rdgd Improvement
will-plaV jm JmPnDi " . i ,')
Tha mt'tor-truck traffic, now .In Its In
fancy,, null soon become a -menace t
'BOod'roaVs.'aec iared. Cot. WTA Bcfilci
of Bostoli. chairman of the Masai
chusett Alghwdy'commlasloi.. He ad-
US . ' !' f 1
vocated taxation of automobllts newfd-
ig to hortiepgwer and of qthsr vehicle
(ih r(orence to weight and tiro width
r 8ta,te laws. T ,
aVsasaMass-g,- aaaaaa. assaa. r
v. s t ft fT tlm m
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GdNTINf? lWUILvPESqWPTON OF
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fST,..alSBj . ii
' W ' ' ' at
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"nia't;t. ir. w. ' '"
lt?27 Sixteenth St..N,.W.
First "d Fsst Caplfl t.
"THE SANTA ROSA"
ma iTm w. vr.
-. towns y
Hi L.;8ntbury Co., Inc.,
t' u i
71.yih N. W.
i ,i ' i. im '
ptached building, tnd floor
froutj (si (l. telephoni:
Ust of atrvlce. Apsrf. will
h In llrst class order.
jTlforaa j.iPtshtr C.. Inc.'
' - .V
1 Them "Flshr V Co ,
W and ni
" Tntmss J Flitur A Co ,
1 t t
1331 Bclmaait St. K, W.
1403 IV St. K. W.
JS82 Columbia ltoa
L. Prle. Apartment i,
1711 11th at N. W.
Allan E, WsJkar u Co.. Inc.,
un o at n, w-
Tb F. II. Smith Co.,
UN New Tork Ave.
Apartminbj run length t
bulldlac; all outslo rooms;
fcreensd porches liesutlfully
keprbuilfing. IVesr "0" st
Uachelor n4 hogs4keplns
aurtmenU) all outstaa
uoums; servlc canoet b ex
celled: sltctrlo elevator; ei-
Moa(" ' desirably
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senisnr oi wasninslon.
psrtmants In beat residential
puslt Cong. Library and
ovarlokln Cap, Orounas
itio eievat. serv. sll nlsht
Fireproof, steam heated, hat
Water. 'talenhonn. awtiinvfl
icraen. all utstd twins. Con-
T.nirni i er nnrs. noth
tumlahad nd unfurnished.
Oycrlooklnc Harbour Kuu.
All ouUld rooms; Isrsa
Krchas. nieetrlclty. Steam
at Wall-kept buiUIng
Heat arrmnsed spsrtmawta.
Five alary madam apartment
house all outsld rooms. l
atoo, telephone, etc.
. 4 and
3133 18th St. X. W.
I and 7
1021 lstk St. N. W.
(Continued Tomorrow .)
THE CHEVY CIttSE
Chvy Chase Circle.
Thomas J. Fliher Co , Iae.
Iairsa well-llthted apart
ments. KleTstoraerrlc. Desu
llfully kept building, lntpeo
Thames J. Klihir Co., Inc.
Detlshtful apartments. All
outsld rosms. xcptlonslly
lsrg and brlxht Nw con
Mi and H
Thomas 1. ?liher Co , lac.
. . and i
183 Callforala Avesme If. W.
Coltimbla asul 4laary-.nsst N. TftJ.
Thomas J, Ilsher tc Co.,
An . exception detached
apartment hou. Each room
vpaclous and sunny. Oppo-
mnu in uesn testate.
"U" at. ear tine.
TM 1Mb st. N. Vf.
3 snd 4
CHAPTER XIV. .
Burleigh Unearths a Conscience.
UHLEIGH'3 eyes opened widely.
"You don't mean to tell me, sir,
that Mr, Colson lan't about town
as usual?" he cried.
"Not only that, but they can seem to
get no trace of him."
liUt lie waa one Ul IIW3 much inuuii-
nent figures In town he's eery where
In this business district, every day In
"I know It, but he's nowhere In It on
this particular day." ,,,.., . ..
Tho detective scratched his head, then
wavged that member thoughtfully (or
a (ew seconds.
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B 1 uot nut raw -ripe wiin lAggetc m
M & My en Duke's Mixture19 1 -
B All kinds of men smoke Duke's Mixture in sll kinds'- ' ji
! of pipes as well as In cigarettes and the-all tell the same H
story. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of 33
THE DAMARBCOTT A
IS IStbSt IT. sVi
SttST Adams Still Haa.
313 P Street
THE OWASCO 1
Wo. 11 B St. If. E-
Oa W. Unklas.
lTtl' Fa. av. N. W.
The, P. IT. fhnltb Company,
tnii. T. ava. Talpho;
Desirable apartments In
Washington's most beau
tiful suburb. All outaldo
rooms. Excellent service.
New modern apartments,
convenient to car Una; de
sirable location; all outU
rooms: hest. Janitor atrvlos.
Ideal location, excellent ser
vice, lit. l'leasant car Un
at door. Tlaa Cat In build-lnr-ltion
Th T. II. Ssilth Cmpsny,
1IM New Tofk avenu. Tal
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located In th best naldeaoe
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Perfectly heated and tlihted.
"w timrm rma aomn. -XPQS
Conesplept to both ear lines.
Jars receptlaa halls; sxeah
Tha r. If. Smith C.,
Hot New Tark av
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In desirable section of the
northwest, nesr Dupont Circle
tare porches, axcallent can.
147 It St. N. K.
It Kcktsustoa JPt
4 and S roama
Itn Uncola road.
lrt. bright eutald roemi
Isrio closets, electtio llahti,
team heat: janitor servlc.
Rlectrls llsbU; private rair
porch; steam heat; Janitor
and a 00
IU7 IJnc.ln road.
trs bright rooms, eltsets
electrlo SghU; steam hest,
1st aaS Sts. X. Vf.
2533 1441V St I. W.
14tk akf rjlUa t.
1, 2, and 4
1. I, and 3
4. t. and (
A. O. Bliss Properties,
St D St. N, vr.
O. Bliss Propert!,
X5B St N. W.
and 14th at
On the Heights. Hth st
car line. Janitor service.
814 23 St. N. W.
CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY, BILIOUS,
. TONGUE COATED? CASCARETS SURE
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin, and Miserable iread
allies corao from a toipld Iher and clogged, constipated towels, which cause
jour stomach to becomo tilled with undigested food, which sours and ferments
like garbage in a swill barrel. That's tho first step to untold misery foul
jraacs, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and
nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will straighten jou out by morning a 10
tent box from jour diuggiat will keep your Liver active, Dowols clean and
tegular, Stomach sweet, Head clear, und. make you feel bully for months.
Don't forget the children.
Choice bright leaf sged to mellow mildness, carefully stemmed
and then srranuUted every pain pure, high-grade tobacco
that's what you get in tho Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture sack.
You get one and a naif ounces of this pure, mild, delightful
tobacco, unsurpassed In quality, for oe and with each sack y
get a book of papers ft:
Now About the Free Pipe
In et ery sack tXIAgrelt & Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack
coupon. You can exchange theao coupons for a pipe or for many
other valuable and useful articles. These presents cost not one
penny. There Is something for every member of the family
skates, catcher's gloves, tennis rackets, cameras, toilet articles,
suitcases, canes, umbrellas, and dozens of other things. Just send
us your name ana auuress on a posut ;
and as a speci'o offT daring 5p
ttmbtr and October only use will
ttnd yoa out new Utattratad cata
logue of presents FREE of any
charg: Open up a sack of liffitl
J- Mym Duko's Mixture today,
Gtmfmr trim Dmte't Mixlurt may tt
mnortti milk lilt tram HORSE SHOE. I
J.T.. TINStEY'S NATURAL LEAF. I
GRANGER TWIST, and Couftnt rem
FOUR ROSES Uoc tin dHt ctn),
PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT Cl6.ll, .
RETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, and
niur (r or coutom unua tyui.;
10 CeillS Never gripe or sicken.
SCASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
BbsbobbbbK' z9afi St. Loatt,
3rd O Stm. NW. '
13tk aad Bid. Ave. 8. W.
I and 3
1 to 4
18401843 43allforaUsi St. ft. W. .
3 and 4
O. Bliss Properties,
IS B St. N. vr.
A. O. Bliss Properties.
S5 B St. N. W.
Fins location. Ail con
veniences. 14th st car
A. O. Bliss Properties,
55 B St N. VT.
In the heart ot business
section. Janitor servlc.
O et car line.
O, Bliss Properties,
IS B St M. vr.
O. Bliss Properties,
15 B St N. vr.
11th and Hth st. car
Near Conn, ave, car line.
Fine location. Janitor.
13S3 CUffkm Bfc 1C' V
13X2 Belmoat St. N. W.
1B31 17tfc St. jt.vr.
SI S3 F St. N. W.
Address Premium Dept
30SS lSth St. N. W.
1837 turnout St. W. W.
t and 4 rooms
1 ana 3 rooms
Iteat Estat Trust Co.,
KM F st N. W.
Real Estat. Trust Co.,
1414 r st n. vr.
Rasl EaUt Trust Co..
14 P st. N. W.
8031 P St. N. W.
2031 F St. N. W,
Real Eitst Trust Co..
1M4 r st 2. w.
rteal EiUt Trust Co..
1114 P st. N. W.
Real Eitats Trust Co.,
Ml F st N. Vf.
Heal location, oTarlooklng th,
cltj of Washington. tari
and well kept lawn. Convea
lent to 1 car lints.
Southern exposure. Acceailbla
to two car lines Splendidly
Very conveniently locatrd
Good service. One-half block
fl-om car line
Centrally located within walk
Ins distance of shopptnr and
thestro districts. Accessible'
to tn csr lines Unusualu
Ursa roomssnd back poichu
Just oft Blrteenth street
Splendidly kept bulldlni
Apartments light and airy.
lal Eitat Trust Co..
UK r at N. VV.
Real Eitats Trust, Co..
Hit F st N. W.
Bnlendldly located In Mount
rleaiant. Nicely kept build
Ins; cood Janitor servlc. all
Nesr Dupont Circle; In fash
lonabte nortliftest secUon; all
AercarlMe ft csr lines. TOatii
Ins dlatano. tr theatres and
shopping district. Wall kepi
miliums uooa servlc
70 llhode Island Ae. W.
13th aad B Sts. 9. W.
rec, hart- and
4 and t rooms
' 13 00.
Tlioa II Melton.
i;iceulh and II He
t:t to 1:1
130 John Marshall pi
Phone II 4IT.
ISvery room Trent; heal ami
hot water: eletrla llshta. fnl
cpnone ond telexrspti aerl
irom uuiioins, janitor Apsrt
menta ipn for'lnapectlon
Flrlsht. thcerful spiitnient?
located on car line, hfated
(Irit-clatu condition, good ser