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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
THE TIMES DAILY SERIAL STORY.
Tg RADIUM TERRORS
By Albert Dorrington
(Copyright Ml, frank A. Mutiny Company.)
CHAFTXK n. (Contloa.)
tzeiOt" Renwtok leaned (or-
ward toward wo ottoman.
"Who li KggatoT" ha ta-
Tsarka's ayea ware pinched to narrow
aula of llht aa ho rsaponacai
"Kxlo li the white rat from Naga
saki. It waa liven to me by a worker
In magio named Here Hani."
Renwlek peered forward In astonish
mint "You, Tearka, the scientist, talk
of workera in magic." ,
"Sere Banl waa a harmleaa fellow,"
Tearka continued, unmoved, "with hla
Silt paper wanda and the medicated
owar bulba which grew while you
wait. (Ve took the. rat, Keailo, becauau
It hat the- bratna of a man-child and the
trleka of a aewer thief.
"It learned more trleka from ui, after
we had atudled the water pipee leading;
from MorlU'e laboratory. Horubu die
covered that they Joined oura where the
nouae waii ana me gnracn meet. My
bin reach m neighbor's on the left.
"All hla reeldua and chemical washes
ran through our garden drain. An Idea
came to mo one day when I opened the
drain to analyse hla runaway waahea,
Uke lime. Curia, I waa anxious to
know what my brother actentlat waa
throwing away. I picked dp aeveral
large piece of nickel aalla, and from
tbeae I gathered that hla alnk pipe had
no acreen. And ao tlio thought of send
ing? Keaalo Into hla laboratory by way
of the alnk pipe, came to me."
Renwlek half rote from hla seat, and
then aat down abruptly.
"The thing la chlldlah, absurd!" he
muttered under hla breath.
"Jforlta haa regular working hours."
Dr. Tearka went on with a placid am lie
la Renwlck'a direction. "From experi
ence gathered In many English labora
tories, we felt conlldent that the glaaa
tube containing hla radium supply waa
constantly at hla elbow.
ki.W."...haa. Ur" working model of
hla laboratory, and wo know from
Ms shadow near the barred window that
nj conducted most of hla ezperlmenta
SSaiS.." "'-""d ench that stood
SCr.t..,he w.Mi Bealdca It waa a
SffwtJ? fltted wUh hot and
in YtShJB ibef"n . ending Kezxlo
ll?niS".m?le, P" to lno marble-factd
J5!?J,l, pla:e, ' radium tube
anViV Ji,i CI? W .the laboratory to
W.'l .ca.ll ' ,b telephone.
iJii10. dld not "ke h wet
it2F2T.Jip lne plpt. A ""' starving
JBd coating made him alter hla mind,
if. J tbaa ii week he began to under
stand something of hla task."
mSL1 . Re."1" "owed the hot cl
S5f, y t0. fa" on ' k". "Surely
you do not mean" He paused is
though, a blade of light had einer.,? hiT
tnropbing eyes, both hands preased over
Wa brow. "Oo on." ho ventured In a
Taarlia." ' y0Ur p,rlon' Dr
wHVUM?. ?Eccla,;,,i nxJea amiably.
taught the rat to pick up a xlaaa
jubo .that held a fw sparks Vpho"
PJi0ISi.M,dn"ltum n.l,h aown "rv-
S0.Ii"hand Incredible, having a thou.
aand chancea of failure against It. Hut
we Japanese are a patient people, and
STiJ n?.trtck on earth that a well
SSJSlJ1 '. 10t cIble of attempting.
?X?Jl a.n21' h.ve ""led off diamond
rings and braceleta from the dresrlnir
wTC?,.,0,.tnV!ch- ,H'tory la at"wn
hi JiSl f! of JSwe tni"" Perpetrated
? JSli?,ev0B,. h.ou?c ru' who" ov
of bright obieet la keener than that of
.Pli. ,!i"rk"i.p,ird ,0 hu h 'e
hla MmS" "Pertinent thrlll-
o'r,.!"-"''? P'yoa.wlth the brain
atudled the oralnary rafa capacity for
HftiZSuL " we JPnese? The brain
of healthy rodent Is a a Impresslonnblo
IT S .i."...i An" " 'IUickot than
other living anlmala It possesses a lovo
v.i ..." '"' "J1" 'tenng objects.
KIfi0, .'.,ler a ,ew "'ys1 practice,
would pick ud a cla mJ e JthAk
If--? carry lt down a wet Plpo at a
aignai from me or my comoanlon. Wo.
"Onlv by Morlti's shadow crossing the
window could we see when he waa at
S,.rii-Je wt Ju,t .a bt "f1 "f hla
chemical washes coming down the pipe.
;or.wo'' not care to send little Knrlo
to his death. To b cauRht In the drain
when Morltx was throwing out cyanide
water or a solution nf iitnhui. ni
" iivb neen a very unpleasant ex-I
pcrlence for the rat.
"Morlta'a tclephonn cleared the way,
."".P0"1'1 keeD hlm talking a while
with hla face from the marble-topped
bench. Kezzlo would have a chance of
proving his worth.
"On August is. about 11 o'clock In the
morning, Horubu rang up Professor
Morltx from the British Medical Insti
tute and held him In conversation for
several minutes. Horubu had been
reading up Pultowa's book on radlo
magnetlcs, and he waa able to Interest
... pruicuor on tno ugnt energy of dis
"1 became aware of Morlts's presence
nt the telephone through the medium of
an electric appliance which notified me
from one of my own wires.
"I was sitting In the garden, near the
arered drain pipe, nlth Kezzlo held In
my right hand. Thero had been a slight
flush of water n few moments before,
but I trusted that no more would come
down while Morltz was at the receiver.
"The rat seemed to understand my in
tense anxiety as I knelt bv the open
pipe. Its cars went back and Its eyes
".""S J Tn8 brlBht and questioning.
'Up, llttlo man,' I said, and thrust him
Into the pipe.
"You may think It was a silly experi
ment,, tho result of an opium dream or
rhlldlsh fancy; but we Japanese nre
onlv children, and we sometimes ac
complish the lncredlhln bv our passion
ate Interest In everything we undertake.
"Kezzlo was gone not more than thirty-five
aeconda, when his wet nose came
pointing from the pipe end. Something
was wrong, and the priceless moments
were flying. Horubu could not keep
Morltz nt the telephone a minute longer.
T looked quickly nt Kezzlo nnd saw that
Its paws were burned with acid resi
dues. Dipping them In oil (It waa ready
at mv elbow), I wiped the tlnv claws
swlftlv and with a tweak of the ears
sent It Into the pipe.
"I was hopeful that Morltz would not
return from the telenhone. for t Vnew
that his approach would scare Kezslo
from the laboratory. I received the
signal from one of my assistants, posted
at the upstairs window, telling me that
the professor had hung up the receiver
and waa about to return to hla work.
"Kezzlo'a bumed feet had spoiled our
calculations, I felt certain. Kneeling on
the ground. I peered Into the severed
pipe and waited. The pine waa quite
black Inside, and smelted strongly of
nitrate solutions and bitter chemical
"As I looked within I saw a strange
thing. From the dnrkness there camo
n burnlnc star of light that glowed tn
the damp drain with the power of a live
sunbeam. Never before had I seen so
curious a spectacle no this starry flame
that enme foot by foot toward me. It
waa Kezzlo, and tho llttlo fellow tum
bled Into mv hand wtlh 6.000 worth of
radium. The glass tube that held It
was hardlv blsger than your finger."
Renmlck's head had fallen forward
during the latter half of tho Japanese
doctor's story. His hnlf-smoked clirar
smoldered on the ash tray beside him.
Tearka eyed him sympathetically, roue
suddenly from the ottoman, and touched
the bent shouldors.
"You had better rest a while. After
all. mv narrative has only bored you.
There Is a comfortable room adjoining
this one. My servant will show you
the way. bleep a uttie. .tomorrow you
may feel better."
Renwlek strove to clear his brain from
the clouding effects of the cigar. "Your
rat story would read well In a chlld'a
picture-cook, Dr. Tearka," ha said wlthmont avenue, bflnnlns at lilt o'clock.
an effort. "One could acarcely expect
ri"i..ot lh orld to believe it."
"Will your employer believe your
story of Ilorubu'a radium sponge when
you return to hlmr Tearka faced him
with the agility of a dancing master.
"Or will ha Interpret It aa an effort on
your part tq achieve a little newspaper
Th)e young detective winced. "A
man dooi not blind himself to earn
a few press notices,' he retorted
"The world would certainly amlle If
I submitted your rat and water pipe
plaoda for Judgment."
"Ifou you conalder It a little too
Jappyr the doctor queried. "Well, ao
be it. Scotland Yard haa yet to put
forward a aaner theory concerning
tha theft of Iforlta's radium. Try a
good Bleep. I will not bore you with
my silly atorlea In future."
A coolie servant entered, and at a
nod from hla maater conducted Ren
wlek Into the adjoining room. The
windows opened upon the high wall
ed garden below, and alfford felt the
night air blowing In from an overhead
fanlight as he moved forward ging
erly. Without a v,ord, the coolie lock
ed tha door from the outside, leaving;
him standing In tha center of the
Qroplng right and left, he discover
ed a small table and chair near the
window. In a far corner waa a amall
camp bed that amelled of stain rlgmrs
and strange clothing. A carafe of
water atood on the table: hb drank
greedily, and spilled a little on tun
cloth before he was aware of the fact.
The water revived him and set him
thinking of hla helpless Pllplit. Bet
ting out only a few hours botore with
the determination to aolve the Morltx
radium myatery, ho had fallen an
eaay victim to Japanese art and trick
cry. Ills credulity hid been tested to
the utmost by the little doctor's as
tounding confession of the theft, to
gether with Ills weirdly fascinating'
account of the rat's entry Into Pro
fessor Mortlx's laboratory.
The coolie servant returned with
some food, which Renwlek put ailde,
contenting himself with a single cup
of coffee. He slept n little, and woko
with tho booming of a church clock
In his ears. He was also conscious
of a presence In the room, of a soft
fAfii.ii ih.n. nHr thi, doorway.
"Who are your he called out "What
do you want?"
"T lite mm to look At VOU. I COUld
not sleep because I feel that something
has happened. Are you hurt?"
It was Peplo's voice. He sat up on the
camp bid striving to pierce the velvet
aarxness nai surrounaea mm.
"Tour Deonle dealt very Dromptly
with me," he confessed grimly. "They
took everyhlng except my life.'
"Horubu would Aae killed you only
for my father." aba whlapered. "What
tnlmra,ilft deatlnv broucht vou here? '
He cauaht a faint sobbtna: In her
voice that struck like steel upon his
nerves. "Destiny had nothing to do
with at," he answered bluntly. "IV
was my business."
He felt her moving nearer, nearer,
until her labored breathing sounded
almost In hla ear. Some stranre emo
tion was upon her, he felt certain a
curiosity to gaxe upon the prisoner. An
aroma of violets and mignonette swam
with her; the tlnkle-tlnkle of her gold
wrist ornaments was an epic In the
She paused near him. "Something la
wrong with your eyes," sho whispered.
Her Vo.crDh.Tdl F KXl& ."SrUldlah
sweetneaB and Innocence, but the note !
of terror In lt leaped at him with the
precision of a death warrant.
He DUt UD his head an awkwardly a.
t h,e ?2,d bru.tt.?y SI XiBrSSK?:. feZAft. q at,
fcr.h. u T " " ""liter "annacr.
from the world. T
"A touch of radium bllndneas," he
vuucnsaiea. -xou Know it was that .. - mTfc ..t
fellow Horubu. aa you cull hlin7put a SSrhJW.' Jih ten $J. V"
aponge over my eyes." He lowered hla ' JJ. VfnSXSLV?la! 1 a
.,i?.n?i)!,.et:.htnlcn,i. Dld J0U turn onMl"K5aJrna5S; Aa. a Ith
the light?" he aaked. Nichola Pharmacy. Hh Pa. ava.
Her anawer waa not very clear to O'Donnell'o Pharmacy. Ith A P ata.
Mm. Aa far as he could Judge, she was Pattltr Pharmacy, HIS Oeorala ava.
Btandln aomewhora In thi rint.r of ,h. I Pearaona pharmacy. Uth F la. are.
room, and the momenta Heemed to pu.
sate between the child-like sobbing.
A CoattaaaHoa of Tla Story Will
Be Found la Tomorrow's
laaua uf The Times.
Woman Hurt on Board
Ship Is Recovering
"uiMut .m ucc. it. xnia wnoio
section Is today anxiously awaiting the
result of tne inquiry by the naval board
Into tho mysterious assault upon Mra.
Andrew Muller on tho gunboat Vlcka
burg Thursday night. The report will
be sent to Washington tomorrow.
No official explanation of Mrs. Mul
lor's Injury haa been made public, and
the names of the two officers who are
said to have entertained Mra. Muller
and another woman at a midnight din
ner on the Vlckaburg have not been dis
closed. Naval officials, continuing their Inves
tigation, learned that Mrs. Kmll Hwen
son, who telephoned for a physician,
was entertaining frlenda with her hus
band on board the cruiser South Da
kota at the time Mrs. Muller's skull waa
Noteworthy Events on
This Day in History
One hundred and thirty-six years ago
today Oeorge Washington, with the
ragged army of Continentals, crossed
over the Delaware river, where he fell
unexpectedly upon the British army
and defeated them. On this day In 1793
Henry Laurens, one of the foremost
statesmen of South Carolina, died In
Charleston, 8. C. In 1TM a tremendous
flro swept New Orleans and destroyed
scores of houses. Jefferson Davis en
tered the House of Representatives
fiom Mississippi on this dav In 1MI.
Tho doctrine of Immaculate Conception
was proclaimed by the Pope Dec. 7,
1M4. Herbert Spencer, the famous Eng
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at the age of eighty-three. On Decem
ber 7, 1907. Oustuv V ascended the
throno of Sweden,
Friendly Aid Will
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The District of Columbia Friendly
Aid will have an entertainment and
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Carroll Institute Hall at 8 o'clock to
morrow evening. Tho entertainment
consisting of a speech, readings, vocal
and Instrumental selections, will be
orlven bv D. A. Edwards. Joseph It.
Johnson, Iee Moxlcy, tho Misses
Genevieve Fylo and Muriraret husj,
Mrs. James H. Doran, Prank Dough
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Gen. Early' Attack on
Washington His Theme
Mieem B Thomnson. a veteran of the
Army of Northern Virginia, will deliver
a lecture Tuesday night before the local
camp of Sons of Confederate Veterans
"The Hecona t;orn. Army oi norm
ern Virginia." Mr. Thompson will de
scribe General fcany attack on
Washington and Incidents of the fight
ing around Washington at that time.
The lecture will be delivered In the
r-nnfedarata Memorial House. 1332 Ver-
ITALIAN SLAIN. IN
BLACK HAND FEUD
Assailant Admits Shooting, But
Makes Plea of Self-
DETROIT, Dec. a In a revolver duel
with four alleged backhand operatorp
Batvatora Coraldo, thirty-nine yean old.
an Italian, waa ahot 'down In front of
Ms homo early today. Franceaco Pug.
Heat and Clprlano Caruao, who are aald
by the police, to have been Implicated In
many blackhand explosions, are under
arrest charged with tho murder. Pug.
Ileal admits shooting Corrado, but aaya
he waa acting In self-defense.
Corrado fired aeveral shots from bis
revolver but aa far aa the police have
learned hla bulleta did not hit any one.
Mrs. Corrado aaya her husband waa
called from his home by four men
shortly after U o'clock and' the next
ahe saw of him waa when she found
him dying on the street In front of her
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AeanluYe Pharmacy. 11U nth at
AstiTla Pharmacy, art O sta.
Bachrach Pharmacy, Itli 4k Eye 8U.
Baller'a Pharmacy. Mb O eta.
Bronaush'a Pharmacy, 7th s P sta.
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ia- a i;o., tin tu sis.
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Vtltch't Phtrmacy, JOth A M sta,
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Union Button (Chiittltnl rhar.l
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Butler. 4th tt A Stanton place.
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N. tup. it
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Tvret'a Phtrmtcy. ISth A H ata,
Time Bub Station. Kl 11 it.
Arth A Co.. J Pa. an.
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Emrlrh. llth A Pa. avt.
Falconer. 1112 llth it.
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Nty A Co.. Pa. ae. A Ith at
O'DonneM, td tt A Pa. ava.
Filter, Clh E. Cap.
Botch Drug Co.. Ith and O ata.
Waller, Ith Eye ttt.
Times Bub station. Ith A K ata.
Tlmw Bub Station. It! B st.
Euwnbeltt' Pharmacy, 7th A B ata.
Puller, W. C, M lit at
Harrli. Jrd A F ltt,
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Times Bub Station. 411 4V, it
Koetttr, H. B., WB ttt.
Timet Bubatatlon. 1301 K it
Welltr's Phtrmary, 1M4 M it.
Linton A Nelson, Brookland. D. a
Burr's Pharmacy, Nlchela avt. A W It
Tiros Bub Station. X7 Nichola av.
Bonntman. T. A.. Chevy Chat.
J. R. Caten. PrZne A Royal ita.
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OIRLS for coatbickert' machine,
at N. W.
OIRLS Bright, neat; II to II years of age,
aa alale clerki; good pay and iplendld
chance for promotion, Apply II. W.
8CHAUB. with Ooldenberg, 7th and K. 1
OOOD HOUSEKEEPERS and hounwhei
to read our adertlnment under heading
JOHN WBDDERBURN CO., ! F at. N. W
HEAD WAITRESS, white. 6 ilde waltreaan
white, go South, trcnaportatlon paid, at
onn. ritnane au..m-i,
tlf 10th tt nw.
LADIES To mak thleld at home; in pei
hundred; ordinary plain nwlng; can raak.
four an hour: material furnlihed: work nn'
prepaid; nnd itamped, addreand envelop
(or partlcultra. PARAGON SUPPLY CO
K. Q.. tU Chettnut ave., Kanna City, Mo
a PROF. LIVINGSTON
MILLINERY AND DRESSCUTTINO
ACADEMY. 1115 O ST.
THE LARGEST. THB OLDEST. AND
DESIONINO, AND MILLINERY SCHOOL
IN THE WORLD.
MESaENOERS-Drtfht. neat girl. M year
of age, at floor meuenxert; good Pay an
rapid promotion. Apply II. W. SCHAUB
with Ooldanberg'i. 7th and K ati. 1
A mall ad In Th Timet will do wondtri.
BALESWOMAN-Flrtt claas comet: one
who undantandl tha bett trade. Addreie
BOX 397. Time. N;
STORE ROOM OIRL: white. ICS. at once
FISHER'S AGENCY. I 10th It.
SKIRT AND WAIST DRAPBR-Experleneed.
Call after I p. m., 1KI California it. N. W.
YOUNO LADY about 12. to work In drug
Hon: tspertenc unnecenary. r. H.
RICHARDSON A CO.. 3rd and Pa. ave. nw.
YOUNO LADY Experienced coat and aklrt
hand. 111! 18th t. N. W. V
BE A DETECTIVE Earn I1M to 3M pei
month: trael ovr world: itamp for par
ticular. NATIONAL DETECTIVE AOENCY.
pept. at, t;nicaT
BOY-Whlte. In Jewelry shop.
m llth it.
r.. w.. zna noor.
IlOY Colored to work In factory,
ave. N. W. ,
SS 130 YS, with wheeli. 11.60 day; tttady
work; over 19 years. DIME MES3ENOEH
SERVICE, 717 12th it. N. W. 1-
BOYS White; over is, to work In factory,
100 Ecklngtun pi. N. K. 1
CaATMAKUIlB-Flrit-rlaJ'a. Inilde: good
alary. OILDERT, 9a F at. N, W,
DRAFTINO TAUOHT AT NIGHT: also En
glnwrlng and Specification Writing. De
mand for gnod men. Write for Information
promptly. COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFT
1NO, 10th and O als . city.
DON'T work for others; start mall order
business at home; I inado SI-KM flrst year;
I will show you how; Instructive booklet
free. VOORHIES. Desk K. Omaha. Neb.
DAIRY FARM MANAGER, nwrltd or aln-
fie: everything round and IM per month.
tniEH'S AOENCY. 411 10th St.
DRIVBR-Exptrlencad, for wholesale gro
cery wagon. Apply NW II st N. W. i
I WILL ITART YOU earning M dally at
honx In asara tlm. allverlns mirrors! no
capital! free Instructive booklet, giving plane
of operation, a. r. REDMOND, Dept Tt
MAN to attend to horses In tha stable.
Jersey ava. ana K. w. w.
while, to work In grocery, lt
H li H, I
MAN While, to drive milk wagon and work
arouod dairy. HARRT B. OATEA, Takoma
MAN-Oalored, handy with toots, must be
strong and net afraid of hard work. Call
at atere MS r at. N. W. Bring reference. -
MEN to And our advertisement In this paper
under XMA8 buoobstionh.
lOttM WEDDBRBRN CO.. SIS-F at. N, W.
MEN te learn barber trade) new ayttemi
.only few weeka required; wages after first
nonthi position! guaranteed graduates; write
'or oatalotu. MOLER'S BARBER COLr
T.BOB, Wr Bowery, New York city.
He that la most successful sees the value of
PAINTBRM-everal. also aeveral carpenter.
Apply IBM V at. Monday. morning.
PRMaBJt Experienced to men'a and ladles'
clothe. Ut a st. N, W.
'ORTER-Ooloredi one who understands
preaetna. Apply at 1001 r at. N. W. 1,.
RAILWAY mail clerks wanted Me month;
Wash, eaaralaatlona coming aooni ciiachlna
ree. rranklln In., Dept 4JW, Rochester, NY.
Schoolboys, Attention I
Are yen aver tea years of agar Da
yea want to hav a paring buatnasa
if yaur own altar school hours? D
you wsat to show your father and
mother what kind, or atult yeu art
made of Than abut right new. by
fettles yourself a Timet rout. Let's
ilk If evr at Th Tim altar aehoel
bouts or en Saturday. Start whir
meat e? our greatatt man atartad
Start today, now la your gratM
chanc. Car. at th Circulation D-
Krtmant of Th Washington Timet
lay attar achoet
Th Washington Time will flnane
you to atari. All th capital you nnd
b th willingness to work.
USE YOUR SPARE TIME to build up a mall
order bualne of your own: wa help you
tart for a ahara of th profit: 27 opportunl-
rticuiar tree, aiuiual, ui-ruit-IBM
EXCHANGE. Buffalo, N. V.
WANTED THREE MEN
lak up our courn between Monday and
.Vednedy to prepare for good pueltlona.
7all at one,
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE.
Hh and O tt. N. W. Open till 9 p.
100 WEEKLY PROFIT; atart In butlnrta for
yournlf: don't worry about capital; no ei
.xrlence. BOYD II. BROWN. Omaha, Nebr.
.VANTKD Ambltloua young men to become
tratellna aaleem-n and earn while they
earn: writ for particular. I1UAD8T11KKT
tYSTEM. Rocheeter, N. Y;
Hi WEEKLY aad enpenne to travel and
advertise: larg reliable nrm: whole or part
.Imt. EMUHY. 731 Sherman. Chlcaco.
YOUNO MAN To learn moving picture ep-
muai c"me wen recommennru, w
tobtr and Induttrloui.
Virginia Theater, (OS
Jth t. N. w.
Young men wanted be
tween II and ? year nf
age aa aollcltort. Salary
and commlMlon. Mplen
did opportunity for ag
amtlve men. Apply
ROOM 72T. Munaey Bldg.
Malt and Female.
Wants experienced help for
the following departments,
Apply Office, 4th Floor,
G and 1 1th Sts.
"AII)R Experienced or tailored,
it. N. W.. upilalra.
Oetinnera and tpeed clutei. Illy tetiloni
3 to 4: every etenlng 7 tn . New manage
ment: modern couraea; nak for ratea. THE
DRILLERY. 1100 Naw York Ave.
Th Tlmu glitter a an adtertlalng me
dium. tELP WANTED TN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
BURGESS HOTEL AOENCY, (03 10TH
ST. N. W. !-
1TENOORAPIIY PUPILS WANTED-For
private Inatructlon In flrettg. Pitman or
'arne Shorthand. Term reasonable. Type
.Titer at borne free. Tel. Col. 1937.
Ky iklllful, well txptrltnctd watehmakir.
All rapalra guarantnd. Cltaslag, n.
U. BLUalENPKLD, JEWELER,
Ml MTU BT. PHONE COL, 771
i.H-H-M'll Mill I - H"l"l - I"l - I - l - l - I
Hidden Proverb Contest
Miss MARY S. SPROUL
Mr. MALCOLM D. LAMBORNE
Upon presentation of our letter of notification to The
Times Office, Room 727, Munsey Building, the tickets will
Remember that four reserved seat tickets to Chase's
Theater wjll be awarded every day for some time to come.
So if you don't win today
TRY AGAIN TOMORROW
You will And the contest very entertaining and very instruc
tive, and genuine pleasure instead of a task.
I I i HI HIM I'M H 1 1 ill 44,4,,i.j.h H H HMI 1) Hi'H4
AOENTH You can make from M to 110
. every day until Chrlatmaa aelllna our las
big barialn packagai or Cbrlitmas noveltlea
coat you only 4o; ml Ilka hotcaktt for too
atart with 100 pi
ly aeveral package! agent
package; nil out lnv.two or
ull aln aamplepackaie. mailed
thp hftii-a; full ! mnl n&
-..,-r ..w.T, .... w.z,,:z...r. rw-- ..-.----
tor to in atampa. ust airu. w.i m a!
Ington ave., I'ruvldence, It L
AOBNTH are coining money telling our big
loo pamagee or zo aatorteo noiioay poaiai
ra; 1,000 vtrletlee; big promt; tail vry
here at tight I ttmple packaa 10e par-
where at eight
HULLIVAN CARD CO., 1734
Van Huron it. Chlcign,
AOENTH Jutt coin money nlllng
provea lionery aireci irom mm
big advertising offer; you can mako in dally;
everybody buy; credit, ample In leather
ette can frn. NEW IMPROVED KNIT.
ti k a M I i,u),chtcago.
AGENT WANTED In every town to handle
our specialty: good proposition to humeri;
writ u today. Th JOSEPH HENRY CO.,
HO Waahlngton ft., Newark, N. J.
AGENTS WANTED-BIg profits to reliable
men telling a tptclalty that makn every
otneo a cuttotner; pcrmtnenti no competi
tion; pockat aampie. FULTON CO., Ellia
bethport, N. J, f
AGENTS Brand naw proposition; dot away
with lra tire on automobile: aaaaon'a
bett. Writ quick for delalla. JAMES
l'lUTCHITT, 271 arant av., Brooklyn, N, T.
UME YOUR SPARE TIME to build up a mall
order builnett or your own: wa help, you
start for a ihtre In pnitUa; opportunltlei:
partlrular frn. MUTUAL 6pPOItTUNlTlES
EXCHANGE, Huftalo, N. Y. J
CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover Virginia
with stsplo lint; high communions; 1100
monthly advance and permanent poaltlon to
right man. Jcir. II. smith Co., Detroit, alien.
SALESMEN wanted; no esperltnc required;
earn wnue learning; write toaay tor uei ut
hundreda uf poiltloni now open plying II, OW
to tb.uw a year; taarelt nearvti oinoe, ucvu
M. National Salesmen' Training Aaaocia-
lion. Chlcaau. New York. Kanaa City. S
tile. New Orleans, Toronto.
CAPAULE SALESMAN for III; one who ha
uccearfully told register, icalef. grocerlet
or whu haa been In grocery builnen pre-
lerren; nrtt emit man only nera appiy, doiiu
TJ1H IWU!,K HIDTCM tJ.
ond and Jerftrion ttt.
CONSUlVrlNO ClJtIRVOYANT. PSYCHIC,
PALMIST AND CAIIU 1IKAUE1U
MME. CARLETTA Iv well kiKiin by thou-
nndi it regard! TRUTH, HONESTY and
RELIABILITY. HEIt WONDKHFUL EX
PERIENCE AS AN ADVISER on all aflalra
It WITHOUT QUESTION.
Her ettriordlnary cltlrtoytnt power com.
blned with a tuperlor knowledgo of PAIM-
ble her to retd your lire from
Infancy to old are.
She. la conaulttd dally
and Hunday by people In til walka of 111
on all aubjecta. Including bualnen, real es
tate, tpeculatlon, love, courtthlp, roarrtage,
MME. CARLETTA, It It conceded, gtvea
more reliable advice, more tatlafactloti, mor
encouragement, more help, more aucccn.
more facta, than Any ou haie ear conaulted.
CALL AND HE fONVINCED, AS SHE
SEES EVERY ONE.
II you are aepartted from the one you love
or contemplate any Important changea YOU
NERD HEIt ADVICE.
MME. Ot 111. ETTA IMMEDIATELY TE1.LS
YOU OK YOUIl THOI'BLES and HOW
TO OVERCOME THEM.
Permanent Home And Ofnce Carletta Apta.,
ijz r;o yt reet ortnweet
The Eminent I'ulmlat and Character Reader,
STUDIO. UK 1IT1I N. W.
Her reelatlont tre moat wonderful and
acknowledged to be of the hlaheat order not
made to aatltry Idle curlotlty but to give
troeo who teek the truth a permanent ben
efit. Without taking a quettlon the will tell
lou the object of your call, gUIng namea of
(rlrndv. relat!t, tnd actual facta concern
ing your lire and circumstance which you
know to be abtolutcly true.
The Mndtme will refute to accept an) fee
unlrai the tivei tha utmott ittlttactton.
HOURS. 11 TO P. M. e
BRING THIS WITH YOU.
M C tt. N. W. IYr c contutt th oracle
of human deatlny. Learn what to do and
how to aucend In health, lav aad prosperity.
ANNINI ANDRINI, fil V
FAMOUS MADAM FIELD,
the world' leading clairvoyant, palmlat and
card reader of New York, late of New York.
reveals everything In builms. loto and mar-
Ki N ST. 8. W.
M RAY AMERICA'S leadlna palmllt
ax. iuti( an4 at& reader. Comull tbl
aifted clairvoyant on Lualnett. lovt, mtr
rlase. changea. tpeculttton. Ill New York
ava. N. W. Cloaed on Hunday. Haaainent.
Advertlie with pennler. they will come back
PROF. FITZdUltALD, Noted Clalroant,
Palmlat. future, courtahlp. marriiae tni
butlnew aatlalaitlon suaranteed. ill Eye at.
N. W. 1
Pu?iV.FLORENTINE J. nw.
Lata of Baltimore, Scttnttfio Card IUader.
Satlalactlon guaranteM or money refunded.
Wc. Mc, CASTRO an K st N. W.
Ptyehle ralmlit Olvn blip tn all Lov ud
Bialnen Affairs. 8tUfctlon auaranld.
Palmlit and PARPTA ' h t
Card Rradtr. VrfrtrVd 1 1, Ni Wi
Formerly of Olen Echo. Md.
CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER,
FOR LADIES ONLY. 117 UTH ST, N. W.
ORIOINAL OYrSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. Wo.
Open Nlsbte. ra Itb It. N.
IF EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS
THEN TRY ME.
PROF. II. ROGERS PEQUES. colored iDlrlt
uallit tni pernlc. Convult the belt and
luck, health, and protperlty It yourt; tpecltl
attention to the sick. Houra I a. m. to 10
p m. i:a ath it. n. w. j
SEANCE Tu-s. and Thurt. net., t p. ra. I
rendlnai dally; read for entertalnmenta;
Anacoitla can. Mrs. K. Both. 700 6th s, E.
Mils. HUNKLE-Try this aifted r..cll.m on
lote and buslnen atiirs, mental and iplrlt-
ual healing, llri. 1 to I. 11 4th it. it. L. 2041.
eight Can b nsn privately vrr day.
7ZP tftt PT W. VT. mm
MADAI.INB CURTIN. MEDIUM HEALER,
403 4th St. N. E. Private readlngi dally;
developing classes: circle Weilnesdsy .. I
o'clock. Phone Lincoln 2517 M. e
MRS. O'llIllEN, Medium; rradlnit 10 renti;
hourt from 1 to 8 o'clock evcnlniri. no 4th
t. H. E.
MEETINGS Mon Wed., Frl., I p. m. ihars,
meastgt to eacn; dally readmit. MRS
MALTIIY. 107 Mt. Vernon p:. N.W.
- M - : - H - M - I - H - l"I - l - H - H"l"I'IiI - I - H -
IJTH ST. N.' W 7M-llandtomt aecond floor
front room; nicely famlihed with comma
nleatlng kitchenette; complete for light houn
keeping : Ursa window fjuth and cam other,
room. II wit up i tranalante We day.
ITH ST. N. a., 722 Exceedingly handaom.
nwy paprd, well heated, I and 4 room
flatt; alegantly and completely furnlthed for
hounkeeplng; everything new, Arst-class and
up-to-dat; a grtat barialn. .
PA, AVE. B. E., Ull-Tlirw adjoining moms.
mceir iurniantu, inciuoina pain, wen neat
1, suitable for couple. ..
ITH BT. N. W., HOt-ComforUble well fur
nlbed alaglt room, ncond Boon gentleman
CARROLL BT. B. E., HI Two furnlshtd
room for rnt. raa. haat and bathl ona
squsr from CapltoT; only for men.
111 H BT. N, E.. 722 Tbrn beautiful newly
papared well heated room, handaomely and
completely furnished for hounkeeplng; very
NEW YORK AVE., Iss-rurnlihed room by
day, wnk or month from HO per week up.
E BT. N, W.. H-Sveral nicely furnlahed
well heated roemai all convnlence; .near
all car linn; raatonabla.
NEW YORK AVE. N, W., Ml-Nlcly fur
nltheo ball room; reannabl.
II ST. N. W., IH-Purnlahed room ll.M up;
ITH ST. N. W.. m-irurnUlwd room for
NEW YORK AVE. N. W.. I2:a-Twa large
rooms, 110 to 112 per month; good heat and
10TII HT. N. W 1207-llandtoniely furnlebtd
well hetted aecond floor front room, bath
convenient, raief reaaonaoi.
TH ST. N. W.. 7 Second floor room with
thrn window, very comfortable; board If
wanieat weiineaiea, -
L ST. N. W., lJliDeelrable room, large
warm, light, acrupulouily clean. oulhrn
upoaure; adjoining bath; phone; 125.
PA. AVE. N. We. !4Z-runilthe4 4 room-.
tfflcf, tmaAclor quartTi or 1. h. k.
10TH BT. N. W Hl-Kront rooms, 2nd and
Id floor: steam heat: hot water.
MAna. AVE. N. W... KJ Large nicely fur
nlahed front room, i windows, southern- ex
powire: good table. 1
EYE ST. N. W., 3-Medlum aln froat
room, heat and all other convenlencea.
EYE HT. N. W.. 911-Large, comrorUbl
front rooms, with hot water heat and all
convenience; reasonable. 1,,
II ST. N. W.,
room; I. h.
420 Two fur. adjoining front
k.; gaa, heat.
EYE ST. N. W., 1121-Nlnly fur. rooma.
with or without board.
1ST ST. N. W.. 717-Two wall heated room,
cum, fur, for light hounkeeplng.
22D ST.. 112 Second floor front bedroom,
II month; II week; 75c day; line, new houn.
WILLAHD ST. N. W.. 172S-Large furnlthed
bay window room, aouthern expoeur; rent
reaaontble. Phone N. SMI.
1RVINO ST. N. W.. uts-Fln larg alcove,
bay window, front room, aouthern expoaurt;
bath aam floor; unlimited phone; private
N. 3. AVE. N. W.. n-Furnlahed room,
well heated, hot water; all other convent
encn; convenient to car.
ITH BT. N. W.. Ht-Nlcly furnlrted froat
room with or without board; alt con
venience!. N. 1. AVE. N. W.. Mil- or 3 furnlihed
roomi; :d floor: 1. b. k.; adjoining bath..
ITH 8T. N. W.. 107-One targe, bay window.
front room witn aitcnenttte; steam neat.
F BT. N. W.. 304 Two rooms. Id floor, for
houiekeeplng; alto larga front room, rea
NEW 1IERNE. 12th and Man. ave.. Apt II
Large front room, louthern expotur;
phone, elevator; gentleman. 1
UTH ST. N. W.. list-Froat room,
N. Y, AVE. N. W., (7 Larg furnlahed
room (front), aouthern exposure: for on
or two gentlemen; private family; telephone.
:iST ST.. 1111 (near Dupont Clrd) Larga
mat room. Bsttlr- rural ahill.-wim water
beat; private family; phone North UM.
13TH ST. N. E.. 114-Large. beautifully fur
nished front room; aln large back, ult
able for gentlemen; reference required. 1
:D ST. N. W., IS Two larg bay window
front rooms, furnished complete tor houn
keeplng: (team heat; reaaonabl.
EAST. CAP. ST., 4012 communicating rooma
furn!hcd complete or I. h, k., or wltb
excellent board; 2 In a room. ,.
V ST., N. W.. $a. Desirable rooms and
board for ladlet and ganlemn; all can
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE.. UM-Room wltb
or without board, aultabl for gentlemen.
7TH ST. N. W., lOua-Two larga furnlihed
roomi for light houiekeep.; but, gaa, bath.
ITH ST. N. W., Ill-Larg front roam, 3rd
Boor front! hot water haat; gentleman, or
houtekeeplng If desired. 1..
EYE ST.. 711 Nice room, neatly furnlihed;
beat and gaa; gentleman or lady. 1..
C ST. N.
:12 Second aad third Hoar
FIRST ST. N. W.. 233-second floor fur
nlihed rooma: tlnglt or en tulle. 1
ID ST. N. W., 423 Largt front room. Mea
ly furnlihed; next to bath; aultabl for two
ttt BT. N. W., 221 Larg cornfortabl front
room; 12.60; alao medium ilsed room, 12.
C ST. N. W 4M Four large rooms; lit and
3d floor; convenient all parts city; reuon
H ST. N. W.. 622-Large furnlihed front
room, second floor; light hounkeeplng. 1
9TH ST. N. W., 110S Two or three furnished
rooms, housekeeping; not water nat; rea-
3RD ST. N. W., 731-Larre furnlihed room,
heated, 110 per month, for on or two 112;
excluilve use of pltno I
13TH ST. N. W., 830-Clean front room Mr
two men or married couple.
MASS. AVE. N. W., 1124-Comfortabl fur
nished room for 3; excellent table board;
K ST. N. W., Wo Lane front room. South
ern expeamre; furnlihed; I window. 1
M ST. N. W., SOI To gentleman, nicely fur
nished mom in private tamiiy. i-
UTH BT. N.
I'A. AVE. N. W.. llllOne. two or three-
room apeiimcnia; steam, jauuur, siain
THE COLONIAL, SOS 14th N. W.-Modem
rooma, a. m. I.: centrally located. ..
VERMONT AVE N W. lOSV-NOWly fur
nlthed rooms, ilngle or en ault; alas
bachelor Quarters: excellent lbl board, e
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished or Unfurnished.
C ST. fi. E.. 108 Two rooma for light houie
keeplng; nice location; very reasonable.
E ST. N. W.. 310 Second and third door
rooms; also two fourth floor roomi; cen
trolly located. 1..
CTH ST. N. 13.. 313 Four rooms and bath;
heat and khi; furnlihed or unfurnlahtd.
E ST N. W.. 106-Tv.o Urge flnt-floor roomi,
centrally located: lultablo for couple. 1
K ST, N, W 9-Excellent tablo board.
with nrst-class homo cooxinc; no objec
tion to children. 1
DOArtDEUB for nrst-olaii meal well rooked
and sencd; cultured asiuclutei. 1:03 4th
st. N W. 1..
I, ST. N W., 1334-Can accommo,Iate few
auests In well upiwlntrd home. Telephone
M 706. l
WANTED-Slngle room by young man In
good employ, near Georgetown Law School;
will pay well for a good room, fr.
CONTENTS of lit
ONTENTS of lit I tt. N. W at auetlod
2XSHPJ? o"' aalenooma. On TUEHDATV
RCBMBEH 10. at l . in. W will nHv
r ace. of owner ahAnt IA In. .-.ViTZ7.
removan to i
tor ace. or owner about 10 load!
dnlrabl furnUhlnga such ss bra
dMlrabl furnUhlnga such ss brata tni Jo!-
Md, drnnra. pdnUI UMn, B. arohir
rhlna clont. bedding, ttc.i alto for aeceuai
desler declining builneaa about to .,;
of tprlngs: aUo small stock of mltctlaneou
lurnianing. an aoeolut. V. NOTEH Aua.
tloneer. ' "
CHEVY CHAgBPbur or als rooms; porchni
..'JLWlyate bath and kitchen; floTlocai
tlun; 120. Phon CUve, 1st M. a
S."1"' S-JPu tiwon larg and two small
rooms, light hounkeeplng.
. .. ct. n.i i ttt irgt nnght rootat
bath samt floor; month. Apply Roomjf
I9UUTI1 tar, BT.. It Thraa tMm,
bath, range, hounkeeplng; near Cap!?
FAIRMONT ST., US-Small hounttnln
2 room and ball room.
MASS. AVE. N. W.. m-Larga frntpa7
lor, well heated; large ckajst; rtiaonabla.
N. CAR. AVE. B. E.. Hl-Near Capitol an4
Library, 1 unfurnlahtd room; clont; for
"1.8T. N. W. 417-Two large room wltK
kitchenette, running water; tultabl for
couple; beat of. referaooti required. !
C BT."n.E.. 144-Thm nlc airy rooms)
heat and gaa, IH.W. '
MASS AVE. N. B., 117-Thrn aecond Hoist
rooms; bath, haat gaa; light houiekeeplng.
ROOMS AND BOARD
K ST. N. W.. IBo Front second floor momi
PLuitMEIt1 oeautllul location. Mlia
PA. AVE. 8.
IMS Two furalahMt mm.
with board; southern expoaurt; two mea;
FOR COUPLE OR I OENTLEMEN-Baataf
In exclusively private borne; large, haod-
tomely fur. front room, wltb private bat.
Phon Col. MM. J
L BT. N. W tot-Nicely furnlihed
with board: southern exposure.
FLORIDA AVE. N. W.. Uto-One larn rtr
nlihtd room; htat gaa and bath, la a
private family of thrn; with or wlthaat
CT1I ST. N. W., 1104-Brlght front room, tar
window; alio ball room; heme caoktag.
MASS. AVE. N. W a (near Union station
and Capitol) Beat accommodations In city
for rooma aad board: rate reasonable:
tranilente accommodated. 1
N. W., 117 Furnlahed rooma.
ratea reaaonabl. 1..
THE CROSBY HOUSE. 241 ID ST. N. W.-
Bautirullr rurnlhd room, tbarouahly
ktated; on squar from Pa. av.; best
board In city: bom cooking; 130 par month.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
We Move To Our New Building
EVERY PIANO MUST BE SOLD.
WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS.
We Are Offering Them at Prices
Special Prices in Upright Pianos:
Any piano dsllvsrtd on payment of tin.
waa two; bow ifc,
waa IMO; now i
.waaMOO: new 1104
.was H00: new 1100
Rradhurv unrlvht .
Kimoau upright ..
Hbonlnger upright .
wis aau; i
waa saw; i
waa JIM: i
waa I4M; i
Ivera A pond
Kimball upright ...
waa H00; new I
waa not: now
Demonatratln- Piavwr was
Muslo Roll Exchanged Bagardlns of Wbert
: -WANO COMPANY. ,,
O 8TREET. AT UTH. K. W.
FOR SALE Very handsome bad roam suite,
golden oak. with spring aad mattren 131,
cost Wi; av money.
Buy at HOPWOOCS.
ttb and K.
FOR SALE Piano, rare bargain la beautiful
upright grand piano, mahogany can, like
new, high grad Instrument Improved French
repeating action. Only Uti cash. Coat IIU1.
137 P ST. N. W.
FOR SALE A ran hallday anson oppor
tunity for aomeon who would appraclat.
a chance to procure a high grade, quarter
grand, mahogany, Chlckertng piano, at a
very reasonable caah price. Piano purchase!
new. Haa had only nveral yeart utmost
careful uaage In private residence, ud I In
perfect condition. BOX sta. Time fnc.
CONTENTS of lo-room noun. Including up
right Pfano. K if aold at one. 1311 th
CHAIRS, stc; Iron bed. U: bunaua. M: chif
foniers, 13: waab atanda, toe; ildeboards.
UM: Iron aprlnga, tt.M; plllowa, tie. Boston
couches, ii.eo: mattmn. crockery, mattlni.
cooking utensils, everything cheap.
. 111 Itb st. N. W.
FOR SALE Sound horn, wagon and bar
neaa, high grade hand-wed; cheap. 113 II
at. N. E. !
FOR SALE 8om desirable paintings, vases,
curios, utensil and other mltcslUneous
article; closing out; reaaonabl prices.
N. E. cor. 1st and R sts. N. E. Entrance
1701 Flrat tt !
A I1EAUTIBUL black Russian wolf nt larg
hav.1 and Pillow muff. Ill; latest tle and
new: ery ihowy and will last a lifetime.
11QX 400. Tlmea office. a
CHILDREN'S ENCYCLOPEDIA. U band,
enme volumes, coit 131, will tell for II.
Will make iplendld Chrtltma present, 211
Morsnn at. N. W.
BUTTERMILK Sc GLASS.
milk kind. tM Center Markst.
K OF THE RIOHT YLACE. IOC
JOHN R. HOPKINS STAND IV O
FOR SAl.E-llall rack, golden oak, K!M
cost 163; alto mantel cabinet and base,
113.10, coat III; aave money,
Duy at HOPWOOrrS.
. Ith and K. .
FOR SALE Fine Esther organ, tn good con
dition, only 130; bargain: call and ace. ICO
L tt N. W.
FOR SALE A good black suit sin 37. Ad
dress 733 First 8t. 8. W. 1
And High -Grade
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR, 700 G St. N. W.
C A M EBA-Conlly. 4x5; lena coat Ml; sell
for 138. HOX 3W. Tlmea office.
FOR HALB-10 stoves, new and slightly usedi
10 show cases; 1 upright piano, cheap; sa
Duy at HOP WOOD' 8,
Bth and K.
ONE NEW CARACUL COAT, 113. '0 I
BT. N. E. .j
SE'ERAL very handsome evening (towns I
long pony skin coat. 3006 Uth st. N. W.
FOR HALE Two-horsepower, JW alternating
current motor and equipment; reaaonabla
price. Apply 111 Louisiana ave. N. W. (Cor,
toth.). Phone Main 3I4S.
8EVMNQ MACHINE BARGAINS.
141 Droo Leaf Sinter tit!
tilt Drop Head Slnsar !???
140 Wheeler A Wilson :',.1.'
New Uewlns Machines. It dewn end Mo
wnk. Cleaning. Mc Open evenlnrs.
II R OIVP.N. 3K Pa. av. 8. E Plin.
FOR SALE China clont (naw),
atmple 131. W, regular price
Buy at HOPWOOD'B,
Ith and K.
LATEST detlgn of wall paper; work guar
anteed: reasonable prices. IMPERIAL
WALL PAPER CO.. 447 O N.W. Ph. M. T304.
PAPEHHANaiNU. 30 less than other nrm.
Phon Line. 333a. orliop pottal. lor ml-
mate. CHAS. R. HYSAN, ioi E. Cap. it.