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TIS3 APTERNOON. JAME4 W.-RATCIJFFH, AUCTIONEER. OSANCERY SALE OF PREMISTS NO. 12t! ELEVENTH STRERET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in equity-cause 'o. 23304, the undersigned trustees will over for sale, at publi auction, in front of premises. on SATIRDAY NOVEMBER FIRST, 1902, AT HALF PAST FOUi O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed real estate, situate in the city of Washing ton. District of Columbia, to wit: The north one half of lot eleven (11) in square one thousand (1000). being improved by a substantial two-story frame house, No. 1224 11th street southeast, to .gether with all rights, etc. Terms: One-third cash, the balance in one and two years, with interest at 6 per cent per annum, secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash. .t the option of the purchaser. Deposit f $100 required at time of sale. Terms to be complied with in nitern days from day of sale otherwise the property will be resold at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after due advertise atent. AU conveyancing. stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. WM. W. MILLAN, Trustee. Equity building. C. ALBERT WHITE. Trustee. 0c21-d&ds Bond building. FUTURE DAYS. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY OF TAILOR. ING GOODS. INCLUDING SUI'INGS, PANTI PA'ITERNS. LININGS. FIXTURES. &c. ON SATURDAY. TIlE FItST DAY OF NOVEM BER, A.D. 1902. AT TEN O'CL(I('K A.M., I will sell, by public antion, within the sales reoms of James W. Rateliffe. No. 920 Pa. ave. u.w., lot Cloth. Fixtures. &c. Terms: Cash. BYRON U. GRAIIAM, Trustee. 7TE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONET) UNTII TUESDAY. THE FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 18(12, at the same hour and l.cr. oc31-d&dbe BYRON U GRAHAM. Trustee. WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVEID PROPERTY FRONTING ON INDIANA AVE. SUE BETVEEN 3D AND 4% STREETS NORTHWEST, BEING PREMISES NO. 834. By virtue of a deed of trust to us, dated the 20th day of December, A. D. 1893, and duly re corded among the land records for the District of Columbia, in Liber 1S77, at folio 295 et seq., we will sell, at the request of the holder of the notes secured thereby at public auction, in front of the premises, on '1il'RtSDAY. TiE SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A.D. 1002, AT HALF-PAST FOUlR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land and premises, atuated. lylinc ai being in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and knowi and distinguished as and being: All of lot lettered "F' and part of lot lettered "G" in Rob. ert Y. Brent's subdivision of lots in square num bered five hundred and thirty-three (533), as per plat recorded in Jber N. K., folio 234, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the Die trict of Columbia, with the improvements thereon. Terms of sale: One-third cash and the balance In one, two and three years, the deferred pay ments to bear interest at the rate of five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and to be represented by notes of the purchaser, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of two hundred and fifty dollars to he required at the time of sale, and all conveyancing, stamps and recording at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to he compl!ed with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of the de faulting purchaser, after at least five days' notice of such resale in some newspaper published in the District of Columbia. CHAS. N. WAKE, WM. P. YOUNG, Trustees. T. PER'Y MYERS, Attorney for Holder of Notes. oe27.d&ds THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF LOT. CORNER NEW YORK AVE. AND 21ST ST. N.W. By virtue of a certain deed of treat, duly re corded in LIt.er No. 1919. folio 53 et seq., one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, we will sell. at puhl!c auction, in front of the prcm ses, on MI tEDAY. NOVEM1BER TENTH. 1902, AT FOlR OI'CLOCK P.M.. the following de>cribed land and premises. situate in the c.ty of Wash ington. District of (.lumb'.a. and designated as and being all of original lot nunbered eight (S), in square east of squaro numbered eighty-seven (E. of 8), except the sauth twelve (12) feet fr nt there of on 21st street by the depth of thlrty-siven (37) feet seven and ,nc-l:alf (7t_) inches. Term+: One-thirl cash, balance in one and two years. wit ii Interest securel by a deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash. at the purchas-r's optIon; a deposit if $1014 retuired at time of sale; c-nveyancing anl reorling at purchasei's c:st. (HARLiI.S C'. (I.LOYit. Tr stee. oc29-d&ds FRANK T. ItAWLINI;S. Trustee. TIIOS. J. OWEN & SIN. AUCTIONEERS. tFIt'STEES' SALE OF U'NIM'ROViD REAL ES TATE SI'.'TE AT TilE i NER OF ilTI AND E STitEETS NURTHIEAST. By virtue of i died of trust recorded In Liher No. 1751. fI a57 et seq.. if the land records of the ilistric of t'olmnbia. at the request of the par;i,s -ecured therey. the undersigned will sell, at u1I1ibl' atuti, ri. Itt frit of the premises, en S\TI'ROAY. TIlE ElillTH DAY OF NOVE\I ti:R. A. It., 190n2. AT FtlIllt (I'('.OCK P.M.. the f,ll,Ming dos:"rihed real estate. situate in the ciiv of Wa-sintiont. District of Coltmnia. known as oriat:al l..ts nine (pi. t,"n If, eleven (11) and tcwrlve (12. in sinnre Nn. !I5. Terms: I Itt'-f. itrth of the pur'hase money cnsh, of whieh $2t munst he paid at the time of sale. and the balance in three equal installments, pay aile in one. two and three years from day of sale, t, be represented by the n,,tes of the purchaser. vhchle are to be secnred on the property sold and bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum. All conveyancing and recording to he at the cost of purchaser. If the terms if sale be not cot jlied1 wi-h in fifteen days from day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. JOHN C. HEALD, Trustee. ROBERT E. BRADLEY, ne291-d&ds Trustee. C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 C ST. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALI'ABLE IMPROVED PROPERITY TO ('LOSE AN ESTATE. BEING IANDIS(iME THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT BRtIt'K [)WELLING. KNO)WN AS 1933 13TH ST. NORTWEST: AISO tIANDSOME THREE STORY AND BSEIENT it[tti 'K DWELLING, KNOWN AS 1503 R ST. NORITII WEST. By virtue of the authtlority vestedi in me as ex ec-utor under the last will and testament of Ellen D). Faris-t. de-eaised. I will offer for sale, at puile aiiition. at the roomts of the Washinagt Real Es late Exchange, No. 13114 F stree't northwest. Wash Inctin. it ( on TliUitSD)AY. THE SIXTH DAY I F NI I ERl. A.D. 190t2. AT FOIi O'CLOCK P1., the following descrlibed real estate In the city iif Wslhington, Distrli-t of Colitmbia, and known as sublot 113, in stinare 274. be-ing 1933 13th streect ntorthwe ist tige.ther w-ih imp tltro eutents Ithere on, bei-n ta hainisime three-story and basement trick udwetling, with all modern improvements, b-ate'd tac h-it water. Also tiN TilE SAME DAY. AT QI'ARTER-PAST Ft-RUl P'.M'.. sutlit nutmbered -15, in setuare 192, to get her with the improvements thereon, knowna as 1503t R strit northwe-st, being a three-story and bas,-m,nt brIck dtwelling. Terms of saue: One-third of the purichase money In caish, anil tii'heblance in ei,tuial install meats at one atnil twovi years. si'ecred by di'ed of t rust on the properly sold. with interes at 5 per cent per an num until tiald, said inti'rest payabile semi-an nually. or all cnsh, at the option of the purchaser, A depoasit cf $100) on eachi pIee of property will be required upsm the accepitanie of hid. All con ve'yan.-ing and recourding at purchaser's cost, Terms of sale to he compjlied wvith with.in ti-n idays from day of sale, or exeicutor reserves the right to re as-ll either or both proiperties at risk ail cost of de faulting purchaser. Vter five days' pre-vious adver tIsement. ALEX. F. RlOBERtTSObN. Executor, Staunton. V'a. N. B. -For further particutlars and permit to in esort above piroperty apply to Messrs. HiEISKELL & MclERIAN. 1005 F' st. northwest, nie25d&ils C. G. SL.OAN & CO.. Auctioneers, THOMAS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. Chancery Sale of a Large and Valuable Tract of Land near the Methodist Univer sity, containing 1102 acres, more or less, lying in the District of Columbia be, tween the Ridge road and the road to Chain Bridge, just rorth of the Conduit road, being the property owned by the late William A. T. Maddox. By sirtt- of a decree of the Sutprcme Court of the Duistri-t of Columbila, passed in eqluity cause Na. 1611.7, wherein Frances M. Miller and unother are coiruolainants and Wi'lliam R. Maddox and ethers are defendants, the undersigned trustees will sell, as a whole, at public auction, in front of the dwellinzg on the hereinafter described rory, on TilUitSDJAY, THlE SONTH DAY OF .~ iM - BElt, A.D. 1902, AT HALF AFTER FOUR O'LOCK P.M., the following land and premises. situate in the county of Washington, District of Colombia. and known and desIgnated as parts of the tracts of land called "White Haven" and "St. Philip and Jacob," lyIng between the Lough horoiugh and Conduit anid Ridge roads and the road to the Chain bridge, the same being the land in tended to be conveyed by a certain deed from Thotnas Marshall to William A, T. Maddox. bear ing idate May 20, A.D. 1853. and recorded In Liber J. A. S.. No. 56. folio 147 et seq., of the land records of saidl District, the same containing 102 acres sand ii perches of land, more or less, and insproved by a Yrame dwelling and outbuildings. Terms of sale a prescribed by the decree: One third of the purchase money In cash, and the bal anie In equ.al installments in Otte and two years, for whlich the notes of the purchaser must be gives, with inlteat, payable semI-annually, at the rate of five per 'ientum from the day of sale until paid, and aecured on the property sold, or all cash, at the pur'haser's option. A deposit of $1,000 will be requIred at time of sale, AUl conveyancing, ac know ledginga reording at the purchaser's coat. If the terms sale are not complied with in Sfteen days feU the day of sale the trustees re serve the right to resell the property at the rish and cost of defaulting purchaser after lee days public notice of such resale In some newspaper pib. lished in Washington, D. C. SAMUEL MADDOX. PERCIVAL f. BO N .Tenifer Building, 400-404 7th at. a.w. seSS-4dad Trsstee, AUCtroJ BoAs, Sale on Columbia Heighti Valuable Unimprovei Property at Auction Large Plot at 14th Streel and Huntington Avenue to Close Estate of Roberl McMurdy, Deceased. By virtue of a 'certain decree of the Saprem Court of the District of Columabia, 'made and ea tered on the 25th day of January, A.D. 1902, I1 Equlty Cause No. ,229 Agnes E. Marfield vI Robert H. McMurdy et al., the undersigned, trtu tees, will over for sale, at public auction, in tee of the premises, the following described rea estate: On MONDAY THE THIRD DAY OF NOVEM BER, A.D. 190, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCI P.M., lots twelve (12) and thirteen (13), In bloc forty-three (43), of W. C. Hill's subdivision of th Columbian University grounds In the District C Columbia, fronting one hundred and forty-five (141 feet on Fourteenth street and running back tw, hrndred and twenty (220) feet on Huntington plad containing thirty-one thousand ane hundred (31,JW square feet. Terms of sale as provided by said decree: One third of the purchase money in cash, and the bal ance in one and two years from day of sale, to which the notes of the purchaser or purchaser must be given, with interest at five (5) per centuu per annum, payable semi-annually, until paid an secured by deed of trust upon -the property sold, o all cash, at the option of the purchaser or pur chasers. All revenue stamps, conveyancing, ac knowledging and recording to be at the cost of th, purchaser or purchasers. A deposit of five hun dred (*500) dollars will be required at the time o sale. If the terms of sale are not compiled witl in fifteen days from' day of sale the trustees re serve the right to resell at the risk and cost of ti defaulting purchaser or purchasers. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST CO., By JOHN JOY EDSON, President, ROBERT II. MeMURDY, Trustees. THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Auctioneers. oc2l-d&d JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEF' SALE OF VALUABLE B'SINES PROPERTY BEINO PREMISES NO. 1419 "H STREET NORTHEAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated Oe tober 17, 1895, and recorded in Liber 2069, at foll 175 et seq., one of the land records of the Distrlc of Colurnb!a. and at the request of the holders a the notes secured thereby, we will sell, at publi suction. In front-of the premises, at FIVE O'CLOOE ON MONDAY. THE THitD DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 11)02, the following described real estate ituate in the city of Washington. District of Co lumbia, and designated as lot thirty 430). in Rtober 'y. Morris' subdivision of certain lots in squarr ten hundred and forty-nine 1041), as per plat re corded in Liber 15, folio 87. in the surveyor a ofic of the District of Columbia. Terms of sale-One-third cash, the balance it equal Installments in one and two years, securec upon the property sold, with interest at 5 per ceni per annum, or all cash, at the- option of purchaser A deposit of $100 will be required at the time 0 .sale. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser'h cost. Terms of sale to be co>iplied with withil ten days from day of sale, or the trustees will re sell at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser. W. RILEY DEEBLE, Trustee, 1319 F at. n.w. BENJ. P. DAVIS. Trustee, oc20-dt is 1404 G at. n.w. C. G. SLOAN & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. VALUABLE THREF.-STORY AND CELLAR PRESS BRION RFSIDENCE. BEING NUMBER 161( FIFTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST. AT PUB LIC A'CTION. On MONDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER 1902. AT HALF-PAST FOUR P.M., we will sell in front of the premises, sublot No. 117, in square No. 193, fronting 19 feet on 15th street by a deptl of 89 feet. improved by a three-story and cellal bay-window press-brick residence, No. 1616 15t1 at. n.w., containing salon parlors, dining room ane kitchen on first floor, four bed rooms and bath or second floor and three bed rooms on third floor large concrete cellar, furnace and store room, pre senting a rare opportunity for one seeking a com fortable home, or as an investment. Terms easy, and made known at time of sale. oc28-dts C. G SLOAT & CO.. Auctioneers. FUTURE DAYS. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTS., 913 F ST. N.W TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE FNIMPROVE PROPERTY. LOCATED BETWEEN G AND It KENTUCKY AVENUE AND SIXTEENTE STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a deed of trust to us. dated th"' 27t1 day of June, A.D. 1894, and recorded in the lane records for the District of Columbia in Liber No. 1930. at folio 239 et seq., we will, at the request of the holder of the notes secured the: 'Iy sell, al public auction. in front of the premises on WE') NFSDAY. TIIE FIFTH DAY OF NOVI'dEMIER A.D. 19)2, AT HALF-PAST FOUt O'CLOCS P.M., the following described land an. premises situate, lying and being in the city of Washington District of Columbia, and known and tistingulshee as and being all of square west of sq'ia: ten bun dred and ninety-two (west of squa'e 1092). com prising all of original lots one (1) anl two (2). Terms of sale: One-third cash.' and dhe balancl in one, two and three years, the 'ef?rr,l pay ments to bear interest at the rate of five per cen tum per annum, payable semi-annua'1v, and to Is represented by notes of the purchi er secured b7 deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A deposit .2 twf hundred dollars to be required at the tice of eale and all conveyancing and recording to be at th cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be enn plied with within ten days from date of sal? otherwise the trustees reserve the rbrht to r""sol the property at the risk and cost of the defaulti:)p purchaser, after at least five days' untir of r,u.-i resale in some newspaper published io the Distrie of Columbia. ALBERT A. WILSON, JOHN B. LARNER, oc23-d&ds 1335 F St. n.w. C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTS., 1407 G ST. N.W CHANCERY SALE OF A FOUR (4) ACRE TRAC' OF LAND AT INTERSECTION OF CITY ANY SUBURBAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY ANI BRENTWOOD ROAD, ADJOINING NORTE LANGDON, D. C. AND BEING PART OF Till ESTATE OF WILLIAM WALSH. DECEASED By virtae of a decree of the Supreme Court o; the District of Columb!a, passed in Equity Causel 20435 and 212111 (consolidated), the undersign-o trustees will offer for sale by public auction nt WEDNESDAY. THE FIFTiI DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1902. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., in fron of the premises, part of lot forty-two (42). in Jobi B. Kibbey's subdivision of a tract of land calle< G'ranby, in the county of Washington, DistrIct o: ('olumbia, as per p1st of record in surveyor's ofBiee conttaininga four and seven-hundredths acres a land, and being all of said lot excepting a smnal strip at northeast corner thereof oue hundred an Itenrty and four-tenths feet long by thirty-thr arid six-tenths feet deep. The property to be solf lhas a fr-out of four hundred and sixty-four (4614 feet o'n the north side of Brenitwood road and a depth var) ing from three hundred and thirty-foun 434) feet to four hundred and three (403) feet When Rhode Island avenue is extended according t0 the preent street extension plans the property wit face on said avenue. Electric cars stop (Norti Langdon station) at southeast corner of this prop erty. P'lats will be exhibited at time of sale, ant may be seen at ollice of the auctioneers and al office of Mr. Williams. one of the trustees. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase prict In cash. and the balance in two equal iniustall. ments at one and two years from the day of sale. secured by the promissory notes of the purchaser bearing six per cent interest, and a deed of trusl on the property sold, or ali cash, at the purchas er's option. tlposit of two hundred dollars re. quired st time of sale. Terms of sale to be con. plied with in fifteen days or deposit may be for. feited. All conveyancing and recording ate cosi of purchaser. MIlCHAEL J. COLEERT, Trustee, Office, 412 5th et. n.w. IRVlNG WILLIAMSON. Trustee. Office. 416 5th at. n.w. GEO. FRANCIS WH.LIAMS, Trustee, oc23-d&ds Office. 500 5th st. n.w. THIOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTS., 913 zj ST. N.W. TRtUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE PROPiERTY IMPRiOVED BY A TWO-STORtY BJRICE DWELLING, NO. 227 PROSPECT AVEtNLE NORTHEAST. By virtue of a deed of trust to us. dat2'd the 24tl1 day of April, 1899, and duly recorded among th' land records for the District of Columbia in Lib.' No. 2390, at folio 266 et seq., we wili sell, at the riquest o,f the holder of the note secured thereny at public auction, in front of the premises, O1: TUESDAY, TilE FoUPTril D)AY OF NOVEMiBERt A.D. 1902, AT FOUR FORTY-FIVE O'CLOCli P.M1., the foilowing described property, situated, lying and being in the county of W(ashington, Dis5 trict of Columbia, and described as a:id being I.1 thirty-three t33), in Keating's subdivision of parn of "Prospect," as per plat recorded in the office o1 the surveyor for the District of Columbia in Libel Levy Court No. 2. at folio 48. Termus of sale: One-third cash, and tl.e balance in one, two and three years, the defeticd pay merits to bear interest at the rate of ilyt; per cen tumn per annum, payable semi-annually, and to lN represented by notes of the purchaser, secured bI deed of trast upon the property soil1, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.' A deopusit of e hundred anud fifty dollars to be reqtultet. att the timi of sale, and ali conveyncing and reording~ to hi at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to hi complied with within ten days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and coat of the defaultinj purchaser, after at least five days' notice of snel resale in somie newspaper published in the Distriel of Columbia. ALBERT A. WHLSON, JOHN B. LARNER, oe2S-d&ds 1835 F at. n.w. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A VALUABLE BUILDIN( LOT ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF PRtOSPEC1J AVENUBl, EAST OF LINCOLN AVENUE! NORTHF.AST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated Jun 25. 1897. and recorded In Liber 2288, folio 11: et seq.,* one of the land records for the District cl Columbia, and at the request of the holder of the note secured thereby, we will sell, at uble aue lion, in front of the pfremuses, at HIAlWPAS1 POUR O'CLOCK P.31., ON TUESDAY, THEl FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A.D, 1802, the following described real estate, situate in the Dta trict of Colombia: All et lot numbered thirty-iw< (32), in Keating's' subdIvision of part of "Pre a pect,' as prplat recorded in the oUee of the s'ir veyor of heDistrict of Columbia in Liber Levj Court No. 2. folio 48, more particularly describe' in said deed of trust. Terms of sale: Obe-third of the purchase muone, to be paid in cash, the baliuee In equal Install meats, In one and two years with .nter at 69 per annum,-or all easb, at the option o the por chaser. A deposit of $1010 wRi he required at ta liars of sale. All eveya n rcring a purehaser's cost. Terms r e codigea with within 10 days of a,of sale, or the trustee will resell at the risk an cost of etaalting pur chaser. WM. T.- 3. CURTIS. *WALTER H, ACKER, Trustees. RS. 3. nmm &. IOn. Ase--.e. o-l&d lITWRU RA&K. J1M= W. RAALM AwrION - mer OFTWO2OR BRCE HOE By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded tn or be r No 241, felle M.75, mia e q-, of t n re ords for the District of Coum , ad at the re enestof te seuredthereby, the under' tasti truseees wtl eer for sale ae- D1 , TR DAY OF A. D. 198, AT HALF-PA,B FOUR O'QOK .M., the following described real estate situate in the city of Wash legton, District of Columbia, to wit: Lot num bered thirty-three (88) of Wiliam Z. Partello's sub division of lot, in square numbered three hundred and thirty-three (8), as said subdivision is re corded tn the oie of the - f!r the Distaet of Columbia, in book 12, page 10 together with all the improvements, rights, &c. Terms: One-third cash, the balance In one and two years, with interest from the day of sale at 6 per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust ontheproperty sold, or all cash, at the optionof the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required at the time of sale. If the terms of sale are not complied with in fifteen days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and eost of the defaulting pu aser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in some news paper published in Washington, D. C. All con veyancing, &c.. at purchaser's cost. JAMHE T. GIBBS WALTER HIESTO- , oc8-d&ds Trutees. Trustees' Sale of Valuable Improved Property, being the Three Stories and Basement, Brown=Stone and Brick Dwelling No. 1706 Connecticut Avenue Northwest. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed In Equity cause No. 21998. the undersigned trustees will sell, at public aucti-n. in front of the premises, on TUES DAY. NOVEMBER ELEVENTH. 1902, AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed land and premises, situate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Lot forty in Harvey L. Page's and J. B. Alley's sub division of square ninety-two, as said subdivision is recorded in the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. in Book No. 11, folio 186, with the improvements thereon. Teas of sale: One-third of the purchase money in cash, and the balance in one and two years, with interest from the day of sale at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, secured by. a deed of trust upon the premises sold, or all cash, at the purchaser's option. A deposit of .ve hundred dol lare will be required at the time of sale; all con veyancing, recording, etc., at the cost of pur chaser. The terms of sale to he complied with within fifteen days from the day of sale, or the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser or pur chasers. after five days' advertisement of said re sale in some newspaper published in the city of Washington. JOHN C. GITTINGS. Trustee, 330 4% at. n.w. ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, Trustee. Wash. Loan and Trust bldg. THOS. J. OWEN & SON. Aucts. oce29-d&ds JAMES W. IRATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Desirable 3=story brick residence, No. 1915 N street N. W., 111 rooms, all modern improve ments, near residence of British minister, by auc tion. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER FIFTH, 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., I will offer for sale, by public auction, in front of the premises, sublot 8, in square 115. improved by a modern 3-story residence, with all modern improvements, making it a most desirable home or an investment. Terms stated at sa'e. $300 on acceptance of bid. House open for inspection from Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. to date of sale. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, oc29-d&ds Auctioneer. THOS. J. OWEN . SON, AUCTS., 913 F ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT. NO. 2122 CALIFORNIA AVENUE. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated March 21, 1900, and recorded In Liber No. 2487, folio 35 et seq., one of the land records of the District of Co lumbia, and by direction of the party thereby se cured, we will sell, at public auction. in front of the premises, on THURSDAY. THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK I'.M.. the real estate situate in the county of Washington. District of Columbia. and described as follows: Lot numbered seven (7) in William M. and William W. Corcoran's subdivision of part of "W!dow's Mite." now known as "Wash ington Heights." as per plat attached to a deed recorded in the offce of the recorder of deeds cf the District of Columbia in Liber 697. folio 71. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money in cash and the balance In equal Installments at one (1) and tw; (2) years, secured by the notes ef the purchaser, with interest at five (5) per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, and a deed of trust on the property, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A deposit of t500 will be required at the t'me of sale. All conveyancing and recording to be at purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days from day of sale, or the trustees reserve the right to resell at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' previous advertisement. SAMUEL R. BOND, HARRY F. WEST. oc4-d&ds Trustees. IQ7THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED TILL FRIDAY. NOVEMBER SEVENTH. 1902. AT IIALF-PAST FOUR P.M. SAMUEL R. BOND. H. F. WEST, Trustees. oc2T-d&ds C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING LOT SITUATE ON WHITNEY AVENUE NEAR THE CORNER OF 13TH STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated No i vember 5, 1894, and duly recorded in Liber No. 1962, at folio 459 et seq., one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the parties secured thereby, we will sell, at pub lie auction, in front of the premises, on TU7ES D)AY, THE FOURTH DAY OF NOVEFjt,E 1902. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK. the fol low ing described land and premises, lying in the county of Washington, in the District of C'lumbia. namely: Lot sixteen (16), in block thirty-seveni (37). in John Sherman, trustee's. subdivision of parts of the tracts of land called "Mt. Pleasant" and "Pleasant Plains." now called "Columbia Heights." as per p1at recorded in Liber Governor Shepherd, folio 137, of the records of the offlee of* the surveyor of the District of ColumbIa. Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and two years. wIth interest at 5 per cent per annum, pay able semi-annually, and secured by a deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 will be re quired at time of saae. All conveyaneing, record ing. revenue stamps, notarial fees. etc.. at coat of purchaser. if terms of sale are not complied with in fifteen days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of the defanlting purchaser after due notice published in some Washington newspaper. CHAS C. GLOVER, JNO. E. McLERAN. oc22d&ds1008 F at. n.w., C. 0. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G3 ST. Large Safle of G ove rn me nt SUHAS CARPETS, CHAIRS, TYPEWRIT ERS AND APPURTENANCES, CLOCKS, DOORS AND BASIH, CASES, SCRAP IRON AND BRASS, LUMBER, ELEVATORL, STAMPS, SHADES, BOXES, FRAMES, BELTING, GRATE BARS, BOILERS, HOISTING MA CHINE, ELECTRICAL FITTLNGS, TELE PHONE SETS, BUCKETS, IRON SAFE. CA BLE, IRON RAILINGS, TABLES, WARD ROBES, CHANDELIERS AND GLOBES, GAS BRACKETS, LANTERNS, WATER COOLERS, W A Rt D R O B E S, TABLES, WASHSTANDS, DESKS, PIGEONHOLES, CAMERAS, KODAKS, FLASH LAMP, P'LATE HOLDERS, TRIPODS, LENSES, SHELVES, LEAD AND IRON rIPE, WIRE, SETTERS, WHEELS, HOSE, ETC., ETC. By order of the Secretary of the Department of the Interior we will sell at public auction, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER SIXTH, 1902, AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M., a large lot of government furni ture, old material, etc., as partly mentioned above. The sale will open at the PATENT OFFICE YARD. CORNER 9TH AND 0 STS. N.W., CON TINUING AT THE POST OFFICE, 8TH BE TWEEN E AND F STS. N.W. Terms cash, and all goods to he removed Im mediately after the sale at purchaser's expense. A complete schedule of the goods can he seen at the auctioneers' omce, 1407 O at. ocB0-dts C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers. THOS. 1. OWEN & SON, AUCTS,~ 913 F ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY, NORTHEAST CORNER OF SHERMAN AVE, AND WAr.rACH STEETS NOTRUWUIT. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly re corded in Liber 2127,- folio 411 at seq., e of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the pates secured thereby, we will sell at ublic aucto .in front of the prmises, en FRIDA THE SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1i02, A* HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.1., o numbeared 88in the subdivision made by the Washington podet Copn eN t ,o lots Noe. 12 and 18, in block numee 7 nTodd and .Drown's subdivision of part of Mt. Plessant and Pleasant Plains, situate In the count of Wagh-. ington, District of ColumMia with teimprove ments- thereon. Termus of sale: Onea-third cnsh, balance In eme and two years, with Interest, secured bydeed of trust upon the sole~ d, or all csa, at the option of the .pa . A deposit of $109 wIl be requised at time .of sale, Coaveyaneing, an GEa W. DICEE5 Trastse, a c-dd AV60- ULICL UU8ON ~ 0 a b~A OW By virtue of a 46 0 tra dely recOrtlsd is Liber 24d0, fobe .g10t ,e e. of the land ree ordl sf tim Distiebf sad at the Te quest of the party te y, the ndersged trastttes w@ll abr trNot of the 1tem.w AT N Are-PA8' P.~ .,the lblow. described ral situate in the eit of aa ieaD umbia, to wit: Part of ae a lo toa4.are* o , in aeare mnbered ofty-even (5 , bg1 I .bthe same on the line of north 0 street at the brtheast .corner of said lot Ave (5) and. rsdilnthence west along sald street seventeen (17p feet ten and one-half (10% Inches thence south #ftySSeven (57) feet eight a one-half (8) inches; thenee east seventeen (17) feel ten and. one-half (10%) tches; thenes north ifty seven (07) feet eight and one-half (8%) inches to the beginning, together with all the improvements, rTe tcOn-third of the purchase money in cash the balance in one and two years, wit interest from the day of sale, at 6 per cent per annum, as cured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required at the time of sale. Terms of sale must be complied with in ten days from day of sale or the trustees will resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaset. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. WILLIAM K. HILL, WALTER HIEETON, aol-d&ds Trustees. Property at Southwest Corner of New Hampshire Avenue and U Street at Auction, Trustees' Sale, Wednesday, November 12, 1902, at 4:30 o'clock p.m. B ' virtue of a deed of trust recorded in Liber 2eue folio 325 et seq., one-af the land records of the bistrict of Columbia,-the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction in front of the prem isee on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER TWELFTH, 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., lot twenty-seven (27) in Charles Dodge's sub, of square one hundred and seventy six (176) and lots forty one (41) and forty-two (42) in l'atrick Fagan's sub, of lot twenty-nine (29) in square one hundred and seventy-six (176). Terms, which will be announced at sale, to be complied with within fifteen (15) days from date of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell, at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five (5) days' public advertisement. A de posit of $500 required at time of sale. Convey ancing and recording at purchaser's cost. GEO. H. KYD, E. WELSH ASHFORD, Trustees. E. WELSH ASHFORD, Attorney for Party Secured, 1410 G st. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers, 913 F at. oc30-d&ds TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOT, IM PROVED BY AN OLD BItCK BICILDING. ON SEVENTH STREET BETWEEN L- AND M STREETS SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Cause No. 23090, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the premises. on WVEDNESDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1902, AT IIAI.,F-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., all that piece or parcel of ground situate in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, being a part of square 907, beginnuing for the same 84 feet 10 inches from the northwest corner of said square and fr,aming on 7th street east; runnina thence south, still fronting en 7th street, 19 feet 6 inches; thence east 125 feet to the alley: thence north with said alley 19 feet 6 inches; thence west 125 feet, to the place of beginning. Terms: One-third of the purchase money cash and the balance in one or two years, with interest, to be secu"ed by deed of trust upon the nereinbe fore me ntioned piece or parcel of land and premises, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; $100 as deposit required at time of sale. Conveyan'iug re cording, &c., at cost of purchaser. Terrms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days after sale or the trustees will resell the'property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement in some newspaper published in Washington, D. C. MASON N. RICHARDSON, Trustee, Fendall bldg. W M. L. I16LLARD, Trustee, 609 F st. THOR. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers. oe23-eod&ds THOS. J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS. MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF THE PROPERTY OF THE NATIONAL CiiAUTAI- 1'A (lF GLEN ECtO. MIONTGO MEltY C1'NT A. 1AltYLAND, IMMEDIATELY ADJOININt. TilE VAL.i'ABLE Pi'ill'EIRTY AT CABIN JOHN BRIDG3E AND VICINITY. Under and ,y virtue of the provisions of a mort gage' from the Nattoril Chautauqua of Glen Echo to the Baltiunore i;uildint: anti o.an Association of Baltimore city, bearing date the 10th day of March, in the year 1594, and recorded among the land ree ords of Montgomery county, in the state of Mary land, in Liber J. A., No. 43, folios 325, &c., the undersigned will sell at iublic auction, on the premises, on SATURDAY, 1i E TWENTY-SECOND IDAY OF NOVE3IBER, IN THE YEAIR 1902, AT TIlE IOUR OF THItEL O'CLOCK P.MI., -the fol lowing described property: All those uiieces or parcels of ground lying in \foutgomery county, in the state of Maryland, and described as follows: Being a part of the same pieces or parcels of land whihb are fully described, iirst, in a deed from Ehward Baltzley and Laura A. Baltzley, his wife, and Edwin Ialtzley and Edith M. Baltzley, his wife, to the said 'The National Chautauqua of Glen Echo." dated the 24th day of March, A.D. 1891, and recorded March 28, A.D. 1891, in Liber J. A., No. 25. folio 179, &c., of the land records of said county, and, second, in a deed from the same frantors to the same grantee, dated April 17, A.D. 891, and recorded on the same day in Liber J. A., No. 25. folios 252, &c., of the land records of said county, and which is more particularly described as follows: Beginning for the same at a point, "D," which is shown on the map of the National Chautauqua of Glen Echo. fled for record in Liber J. A., No. 25, folio 252, one of the land records of Montgomery county, Maryland, and running thence westerly on the north line of a reservation for a railroad to the southwest corner of lot No. 21, set forth in said plat; thence northeast with the dividing line be tween lots Nos. 20 and 21 to Oxford road; thence with the west line of Oxford road to the reserva tion for a railroad on the south side of the Washington aqueduct; thence with the south line of said reservation for said railroad eastwardly to a point marked "L," being the northeast corner of Ann Arbor avenue and said railroad reservation; thlence with the southwest line of Ann Arbor ave nue to a point marked "M" on said plat, which said point is on a circle in said plat; thence with the sotuthwest line of said circle to a point "C" on said pllat, which said point "C" is at the southwest corner of said circie and Academic avenue; thence with, the west line of Academic avenue to the point "ID," tile place of beginning, excepting therefrom the portion of said land belonging to the Red Cross Society and Clara Barton, its president, containing, however, the amphitheater and Hail of Philosophy, ecepting, however, that portion of the above de scribed land containing the Administration building or Gate House Tower and the buildings thereto at tached, on tihe west side of the entrance to the ('hautauqua grounds, now owned by the Baltimore Btuilding and Loan Association, by a purchase under a mortgage from the National Chautauqua of Glen Ec-ho to the Carl Barckhoff Church Organ Company. This property is admirably adapted for all the purposes of a suburban excursion place. It lies on the banks of the Pottcmac river, is beautifully shaded, well watered, thoroughly supplied with all the buildings necessary for the purposes of an ex cursion grounds. The Amphitheater is fitted with folding chairs, and is capable of seating nyve thou sand people. It contains a pipe organ operated by a water motor anti a fine stage. This is one of the most unique and attractive buildings in the coun try, and its acoustic properties cannot be sur r aed. There is also a large building, beautifully located. fitted for smaller gatherings, and a cafe and dancing pavilion. All the buildings are con structed of stone. and are solidly and well built. The whole property is wired for electric lighting, and there is a water supply furnished by works upon the grounds. This property is about eight miles from Washing ton city, and is reached by a double track trolley electric railroad running to the entrance, and also by the well-known Conduit road, which is piked and maintained by the United States government, and one of the best driveways in this section of the country. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months from day of sale, in equal install ments, deferred payments to be secured to the sat isfaction of the undersigned, and to hear interest from day of sale, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of one thousand dollars will be re quired at the sale. Taxes adjusted to day of sale. Immediate possession will be given. Conv'eyancing atth sofhe rhe M.ttorsey Samed. in the mortgage. In connection with the above sale, the under 'signed agree to sell to the purchaser of the prop erty above advertised the "Gate House" property, now owned by the underslgned, at the sum of $ 5,000, the purchase to be completed and the deed delivered at the saum tis that the deed for the property described i the above advertisement is delivered. The said g,000 to be p aid at the same time and on the said terms provided for the p!hy ments of the pur-chna auey of the above adver tised property. In tm event of the failure of the purchaser of said Move advertised proper~ to comnvwith the tem of'his prchase the sae of the"' ate House" prepert? to hevoid, and all pay ments on account of thet same to be forfeited to the undersigned. A deposit of $500 45 the "Gate House" property will be required of a* e who decides to purchase the ame BIM. ROBINSON, N.~)LPHBARTON, Deceivers of Blalti B hWand Loan Amoa tion of Baltim0 DJ oe25&aO,.5.1-t Well Eatched. From the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. He--"I thinkr she wears a very short golf lag skirt." She-"Well, why shouldn't she? She has a perfect right." He-"Her left,looks all right, too." O=ght to se sat.sea. From the Chicago Tribn, "I never have ny doubt about Henry'. afteetion for me," the younig bride said to her father on the e0sssio of the first visit after her marriage, "butd -tuosetmes wish he were a little mor. dessonstrative" "Does he -eer lnalte Say obje dos' - ed-the old genttennh, "to yourk L i sore-eyed poodle in the boaust "What ether dem100tration b ye IN 0ESS 0iROLE8 I Th. fit a. of the Distilet chess eha OnSihip mailch was played Saturday night and woA. by Mr. Walker, making the score Whlker, 2: Seurnin, 2; drawn, L The game was wel played and It1g oontested. proving to be the beat of the series to dMte. After tour hours' play, when either con testant might have called for a continua- f tion. the game was hanging apparently even in the balance, and as each was warm t flor fray and had hopes from possible con tinuations, the battle went on. In the next hour's play White, to ward off a quek loss, had to give up the exchange, ,ahd in the end this amounted to a lost game. The sixth game of the match commences tonight at 7 o'clock. Below is the score, with notes by the winrer: Opening-Ey Lopes. Sournin. Walker. Sournin. Walker. I I P-K4 P-K4 35 B-B4 K-Q3 2 Kt-KB3 Kt-QB3 36 K-Kt2 R-R5 8 B-Kt5 P-QR3 | 37 R-KKt QR-KR t 4 B-R4 Kt-BS 88 K-B R-R7ch 5 Castles KtxP 39 B-B7 R-KB 6 P-Q4 P-QKt4 40 R-Q3 R-QKt(e) t 7 B-Kt3 P-..4 41 R-Kt5 R-Kt2 8 PxR B-K3 42 K-Kt R-K2 9 P-B3 B-K2(a) 43 R-Qdeh R-R5 10 QKt-Q2 Kt-B4 44 K-K12 K-B3 1 11 B-B2 B-KKt5 45 R-Kt3 R-Kt5ch 12 R-K Kt-K3 46 R-Kt5 R-B5 18 Kt-Kt3 Q-Q2 47 RxPch R-K7 i 14 QKt-Q4 QKt-Q 48 R-Kt5eh(f) K-Kt3 15 P-KR3 B-R4 49 RxKteh KtxR 16 B-K3 P-QB4 50 K-Kt3 K-R3 d 17 K t-B5 Kt-B3 51 B-B4 R(K7)xBP 18 P-KKt4 B-Kt3 52 KxR RxB(gT 19 Q-K2 P-KR4 5$ K-B3 R-B7ch 11 20 P-QR4 PxKtP 54 K-B4 RzP 11 21 KRPXP P-Kt5 55 R-Q5 R-K7 22 QR-Q BxKt 56 K-B5 R-KS 23 PxB Kt-B2 57 K-Kt5 R-B8eh 24 B-B4 Castles (Q 58 R -Q2 P-KtS t R) (b) 59 R-Kt2 R-Kt8 p 25 P-K6 P:P 60 K-B4 K-Kt2 c 26 BxKt KxB 61 K-K4 K-B8 27 QxKP Q-K 62 K-Q3 K-B4 28 Q-Kt6(e) QxQ 63 R-KKt2 K-Kt5 29 P%Q B-B3 64rK-B KxP I 30 R-K3 P-Q5 65 R-KtS K-R6 31 PxQP BxP(d) 66 R-Kt3 P-R5 v 32 KtxB KtxKt 67 K-B2ch P-ft7 33 B-Q3 P-QR4 68 Resigns 34 R-QB K-R7 (al This is a departure from the first and third games of the match, wherein the play was 9 ...., B-B2: 10 QKt-Q2. Castles: 11 B-B2, KtxKt: 12 OxKt. White following with Q-B4 and soon t getting the advantage. The play selected gives d Black a more attacking game. a (b) Offering to give up Q R P, but White does not accent the offer, as the subsequent moves a show. It would have taken the queen out of play and enabled White to win speedily. (c) He cannot afford to let Q-R4 be played. 6 (d) KtxP: 32 KtxKt. BxKt, will win a pawn, t but it looked drawish after the rooks were off the i board. and Black concluded to retain the knight r for the debht at the dinish. (e) Made under stress of time, and intending to a 'get the rook into play by P-Ktf. R-Kt5. RiP, d ete.. which was subsequently deemed inadvisable. a (f) Black's threat is so serious that it was deem- a ed necessary to give up the exchange. (g) It would never do to let the rook uncover on the king, and Black emerges from the scrimmage r a passed pawn ahead, with an easy win before t him. A club tourney was launched this week, r with entries of W. H. Smith, W. A. Gwyer, J. C. Boykin, E. M. Sabin, C. H. Achen- n bach, A. B. Douglas and W. E. Thonas. v Some further available material that may d be drawn upon will probably swell the list t to a dozen or more, and as it has been t some time since such a tourney has been 3 held it ought to prove Interesting and well a contested. It is open to all. t A meeting of the club is called for Mon- n day, November 3. t Lasker's Play. Lasker up to writing has played five set a s games with the experts of the Manhattan Club, with the following results: Won from fi A. B. Hodges, Dutch defense, in forty-six i1 moves; Eugene Delmar, Ruy Lopez, forty- v three moves; E. Hymes, Ruy Lopez, thirty- c three moves; Otto Roething, Queen's Gam- v bit Declined, drawn-in seventy-one moves, and J. W. Showalter, Sicilian, postponed . after fifty-one moves, Lasker having three strong pawns for a piece and likely to win. The game Showalter resigned later. In his simultaneous, with twenty-five op- b porents, the champion cannot be said to 0 have done so well, for when the agreed a c;osing time came he had succeeded in bringing to an end but one game, with the remainder to adjudicate. The result of this was to allow him fourteen wins, three losses, to W. M. de Visser, H. Rosenfeld t and C. P. Weeks, and eight draws; among the latter was A. W. Fox's, formerly of this city. Lasker gave up his Manchester professor ship of mathematics on account of the j dampness of the climate and its effect on his health. He looks to locating in this country. F Every little while an anxious cry goes up from some perfectly well-intentioned indi vidual to Pillsbury to quit his fooling and g play chess, win the championship from tl Lasker hnd, anyhow, stop going the road o that carried Morphy to an unbalanced s] mind. . There are two points here that these peo ple don't know or fail to grasp. The first and most important is that Pillsbury is not n fooling away his time a'nd talents, but is V engaged in the laudable task of making r oread and butter for himself and wife. The rank and file have a very poor opin- d ion of chess as a means of livelihood, and a well grounded opinion it is, but that does d not prevent an individual, now and then, t( with more or less turn for chess, from fol- a lowing that to the exclusion of more sen- e sible ways of getting on in the world, and r that Is the road tha-t Pillsbury is now on. c To give it up he must have some resourcep to take its place. n In regard to Morphy's mind failing from V~ chess played blindfold, this opinion is held 1i only by people who know but two facts of tl Morphy's life--that he pl.ayed chess and that he went mad, and one is placed as n closely following the uther in the minds of t< such people. He was born In 1837 and by S 1859 his chess career was over; there was re no more blindfold playing, and not again ir until 1869 do we hear of his playing at all, 2 and then only a short match with a friend. 41 His aversion to chess is supposed to have k arisen from hearing a young lady In whom d he took an Interest speak alightingly of a him "as only a chess player." He died in ~ 1884, after having lost his mind for sev eral years, and this produced by softening h of the brain. If worldly affairs caused thIs, s it is with much more probability traced toV the loss of all his means in t>he oivil war.t Penr.sylvanila went ahead three more games this week against New York, while d the latter couldn't move a peg. The scoree stands now 226 for the former and 208 for the latter. Mr. De Visser's win from -Lasker in the a simultaneous at the Manhattan Club: t Kiereritzky Gambit. ir Lasker. De Visser. Lasker. De Visser. i 1 P-Ki4 P-Ki4 18 1QB3(d) P-fit6 2 P-KB4 PiP 19 K -42 Kt-Ki2 e 8 KKt-B3 P-KKit4 20 QxKiP R--KKt n 4 P-KRf4 P-KitB 21 KR-Kit B-ES g 5 K t-K5 P-Q4(a) 22 fl-K K-Q2 ae 6 P-Q4 KiKt-B8 23 P--QKt4(e) QR-KB a 7 BiP KitxP 24 QiRP B-B5eh tl 8 Kt-Q2 Q-RB 25 R-K3(f) K-B (g) 9 P-KKit3 B-R3 26 QixKt R-K 10 KitxKt PrKit 27 QifRch RxQ a 11 B-B4 BiB 28 RifKtP RR i 12 BxPeh(b) QiB(e) 2(1 RiR B-B8 t1 13 KtxQ BxPeh 80 K-K BaR b 14 K-Ki2 Kifit 81 KxaB B-Q7 t] 15 Q-Q2 Kt-B3 32 P-B4 BiP c 16 QRecheeks K-K 33 K-Ki2 K-Q2 17 Q-K3 B-Q3 34 Resigns. (a) A variant. B-Kit2 or KKft-B3 are the more usual courses. (b) Here the champion misses the ball, having 1 twenty-four games on his Germanic hands. Castles a at this point was the right move, and then, If 1 B-KG ch., move Ki-Kt2. It's true that De Visser could squally ha've given up Q by BxKit on Castle, but then Emanuel retained the position. (e) De Visser always had a great head for these galler moves. Had king moved, then Lasker in- F tend~ to eastle. (d) If QxP ch.. Black interpose. fit-K2, with B-Q2 and B -8 (e) A moqiodab to still the coming avalanche. ri He honed frBr-Peb. and gain time for' P-BS. (f) All paths lead now to defeat.' White hopedg to be allowed time to double his rooks. (g) To unlimber the now pinned knight. n Played at the meeting of the German Chess Association at Hanover: Danish Gamit. d Mieses. sasball. Mieses. Marshall,. 1 P-K4 P-K4 18 KitiB c 3 P-Q PiP 19 Et-K2 SS 8 P-qBS PaP(a 20 CastlesQR! BifKt - SKt~Q Kt-le) 25 Et-32k 10 32 P-BS 27 R-K. Kt-Be Kt-B3 28 R-K2 ~BSeh QZ~-QBS P. Kt3 29 fl-K BT~ 15 Kt 6-K R.-K 82 R-K h ExRt 163. 3.-3b) 58SE-K K -a . 17 BR QzB 35 QiP Religns, (Note by R.ann) atMat.L~1, etee Jnwak and K... t-pB8 is n ea t captsigths bese assinetNSmie,'at - amese, s M~~~ ~ b e epids...... onaener. ted a14wthe zhu c : :i 6Gsa., ar up= e'ting more apes the I t was ea better g 3-E~tt to umWUnaafm the ltter. (h) AWhi bt te must is any s attaek. (1.. Veiled en this move or hie counter attack, t smitted to take the tito his e -lsta; - ) In material 11act has will the advantage. wt with the onmane of the K's lie White han such the better ps.ttis. (k) Black's meat move ahows that he should not ave interposed the at. (1Fatal, bq4 we ate set at 4ll sure that he have saved the game, anyhow. ZOWTON HOUSES IN LONDON. L New Addition to the Poor Men's Hotels. ondon Correspondence of the Scotsman. The Rowton houses, or "poor men's ho els," as they are sometimes called, are erving a useful purpose in helping to solve he London housing problem, which must ooner or later be grappled with seriously y the local authorities, or, failing them. y parliament. The idea originated with .ord Rowton, a nephew of the late Lord Ihaftesbury, who devoted his life to the ,melioration of the condition of the Lon on poor. The opening of the first of these iodel lodging houses in Vauxhall in 1893 iaugurated a new departure in the hous ig of men of. slender means; and the ex eriment was attended with such a large ieasure of success as to justify the promo era in erecting similar buildings in other arts of London wherever suitable sites ould be obtained. There are now five of hese establishments, the latest of them eing opened in Whitechapel about a fort ight ago. It has accommodation for 816 ale lodgers, for whose comfort and con enience everything has been done. Being rimarily intended to provide a night's dging for poor men, special attention has een given to the sleeping accomodation. The upper floors are devoted to this pur ose, each floor being arranged precisely on he same system. A spacious corridor runs own the center of each floor, and on both ides are the cubicles, or sleeping compart lents. Every lodger has his own cubicle, nd every cubicte has its separate window. he beds are let at sixpence a night, or 3s. d. a week. Lodgers can go to bed any me after 7 o'clock, but they must be up i the morning not later than 9. Cheap ieals are provided in the establishments, nd each house is furnished with a large ining room, smoking room, reading room nd other accommodation. There is also shop for the sale of all kinds of food, ooked or uncooked, as well as temperance efreshments and tobacco. The quality of be food is excellent, and the prices a trifle wer than those charged in the ordinary etail shops outside. The reading room is well stocked with ewspapers, magazines and literature of a holesomecharacter; while chess, draughts. ominoes and other games are provided for be recreation of the inmates, who are bus able to enjoy all the advantages of a ood workingmen's club without paying ny subscription. It is not surprising that be houses are immensely popular, and early always full. "All sorts and condi ions of men" are attracted within their ralls, from the poor mafi in search of work the respectable mechanic earning his .3 week, who could afford a house to him elf. The movement has been entirely suc essful, not only from a social, but from a nancial point of view. Lord Rowton orig ially invested ?30,000 in the enterprise, rhich has since been turned- into a limited ompany. The profit on the first year's rorking of the Vauxhall house was 5 per ent on the capital invested, and the un ertaking is still able to pay a dividend of per cent per annum. The other three ouses are situated in King's Cross road, fewington Butts and Hammersmith. The uilding in Newington Butts faces a pretty pen space, formerly the churchyard of t. Mary's, and is now being enlarged to commodate over one thousand lodgers. t is the intention of the directors to go on uilding similar institutions in other parts f London as sites can be obtained; and here is a scheme under consideration for he erection of Rowton houses for women. ARCTIC RAILORAD. Swedish Line That Runs Through the Land of the Midnight Sun. rom the Boston Herald. Since it became important to get men and eods into the Klondike region accounts of ie railroads built and building there are tten seen in the newspapers. Writers who )eak of the White Pass and Yukon road, 'hich runs from Skagway, Alaska, to Thite Horse, generally refer to it as the lost northern railroad in the world. The Tild Goose road, which maintains a preca ous existence throughout its entire five tiles, inland from Cape Nome, being quite evold of ballast or grading, frozen solid tiring the long winter months and thawed death in the summer, is also referred to s the northernmost bit of track in exist ice. But there is a regular railroad in egular operation, quite well ordered in )nstruction and equipment, which lands r.ssengers, freight and mail many miles earer the north pole than do either the Thite Pass and Yukon or the Wild Goose nlea, both of which terminate well south of ie arctic circle. At the head of the gulf of Bothnia, in tirthern Sweden, is the port of Lulea, a >wn of almost 5,000 inhabitants, distin uished as the southern terminus of a rail ad which runs to a point fifty-two milesi iside of the arctic circle. Nome is almost )0 miles south of this; White Horse over l0 miles. This Swedish railroad is a well ept, well-built line of the standard Swe Ish gauge, which is the same as our own, nd It carried iron ore to the gulf from the lines at Malmberget in Swedish Lapland. From Lulea to Maimberget the distance y' rail is about 160 miles, the line -running ightly west of north through a country ery sparsely inhabited, with almost con- 1 nuous woods of light green, stunted ever reen trees, with their limbs slanting down istead of upward because of the long bur en of snow they bear. Malmberget is fara iough n'orth so that it has the midnight< 2n In June, and even in August the sun ist barely dips under the hills at 11 p.m., ad then the crimson sunset travels irough a short ellipse and becomes sunrise the east at 2 in the morning, without sing a trace of its beauty in between. There are two through trains daily in tch direction, between Lulea and the rthern termini at Gellivare and Malmber et, and the running time is not far from 'yen hours, including stops. The trains r'e made up of second and third-class cars, ie second-class being quite clean and com Irtable, and very exclusive, since traveli luxurious as this is seldom indulged In Swedish Lapland. Besides the through1 affic, there is some little local business *tween Lulea and the farming towns along ie line, thirty or forty miles north. The untry all along is pretty and green, and a is hard to realize in the summer time E iat the same paraflel in which Maimber et is located, continued east and west, ayes Iceland and the Klondike to the muthward and cuts across the White sea 0 miles north of Archangel. Useless Clause. Din the Chicago News. Old Gotrox-"I had: a elause inserted in y wilU to the effect that if any of my latives should contest it they are not to tt a cent." Mr. Neighbors-"That was altogether un scessary." Old GotrQx-"Why was it unnecessary?" Kr. Neighbors-"Because if there is a eon et the lawyers will-see that your relatives mn't get an~ything." EABOARD AIR~ LINE RtY. rEAT. wa3U1GtOfl. P. 3. 3. grAYJoU 2*A.1LM. FAUAN AsT MAIL.- 1 at UmA va to. e es 4 DAIL --Solid Tai to5e~Ii Tma with -Iua nigU~~.AoWS MIDn In MIss , epeace. trains e ,51~ Mml,aD potets lest a S*~ C e & ONo Rye Ibeti. ctab.r a Lestet9. :NP'lr ca. AND STLnON 1AL. A new e es.4atibIed trai aiNg 1I1:45 a.m.. assBs ~ ~ M 4::.m. Eeas9 4 1 be. without 4 11:10 P. . F. ITED. ISON traSf imeina to Cae.i....s Iwlest1 a and Ona . m. esera and tie d sacs, 513il Pen"syhvaeia aws 00: 14th at. sa an aa i the B.tab. Tsepk eaB 19eft On Telephone Main 3 . GeneH. P a Agent. STATION CORNER o 51TH AND B STREETS. 1:50 A.M. daily. PITTSBURG EXPRESS.-?ar%es and Dining Cars Harrisburg to PIttsburg. 10:50 AM. daily. PEN:STIVANIA LIMITD.-. Pullman Seeping. Dining, Smoking and Ohsee. vatioa Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Ctncinna Indianapolis, St. Lmois, Cleveland and Tolede. Buffet Parlor Car to Barrisberg. 10:50 A.M. daly. PAST UNB,.-Pfman BefU5 Parlor Car to Barrisburg. Betet Parloe Oa Harrisburg to Pittabueg. 3:30 P.M. dally. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EE. PRES.-Sleeping Car Washingtoe te ft. IaS and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to in. dlanaols. St. Lis, Loeville (via n--n-ata and Chicago. 7:15 P.M. dail. ST. LOUIS ECPRESS.-PaHlmin Sleeping Car Harrisburg to St. Loais. 7:45 P.M. daily. W=TERN EXPRESS.--P1.nma Sleeping Car to Pittsberg and Chicago. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:4G P.M. da!ly. CLE*VELAND AND CINCINNATI EXPRESS.-P:m'3 Sleeping Care Washinsgm to Pittsburg, and Harrisburg to Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 10:40 P.M. daily. PACIFIC EXPRESS.-Pnlmag Sleeping Car to Pittaburg. 7:59 A.M. daily. BUFFALO DAY EXPRESS, wit1 through Broiler Buffet Parlor Car and Coachee to Buffalo. via E,'porium Junction. 7:50 A.M. for Kane. Canandalgua. Rochester aid Niagara Fais. daily except Sunday. 10:50 A.M. for FImira and Renovo daily eneeS Sunday. For Williamsport daily. 3:30 P.M. 7:15 P.M. daty. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRES with through Buftet Sleeping Car and Coachus to Buffalo. via Emporium Junction. 7:45 P.M. daily for Eris; for Rochester. Bafels and Niagara Falls daily except Saturday. with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester. 10:40 P.M. for Erie, Canandaiguna. Rochester. Bet. falo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Weahingto-r to Rochester Saturdays only. 4:oo P.M., "Congressional Limited," Daily for New lork, all Parlor Cars, with Din. lug Car from Baltimore. For Philadelphia, New York and the East. Express. 5:30 (Dining Car). 7:00 (Dining Car. 7:512 (Dining Car). 8:10 (Dining Car). 9:00. 10:00 (Din. ing Car), 10:25 and 11:00 (Di:ing Car from Wi. mington) A.M., 12:45. 8:15. 4:50 (DIning Cau from Baltimore), 6:50, 10:00 P.M.. 12:10 niht. On Sundays. 5:30 (Dining Car). 7.00 (Dining Car). 7:57 (Dining Car). 8:10 (Dining Car). 3:06 10:25, 11.00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M. 12:15. 8:15. 4:50 (DinIg Car trous Baltbfoe 6:50. 10:00 P.M., 12:10 night. For Phladelphla only. Express, 7:45 A.M.. 12:15 P.M. week-days, 2:01. 4:10 and 5:40 P.M. daily. For Boston. without change. 7:45 A.M. week-days and 4:50 P.M. daily. For Baltimore. 5:00. 8:30, 6:15, 7:00. 7:45. 71 7:57. 8:10. 9.00, 10:00. 10:25, 10:50. 11:00 A.M. 12:15. 12:45, 1:28, 2:01. 8:15, 8:30 (4:03 Limited). 4:10, 4:20. 4:88, 4:50. 5:40, 6:11, 6:60. 7:15, 7:45, 10:00, 10:40, 11:85 P.M. and 12:10 night. On Sundays. 5:80. 7:00. 7:50. 7:57. 8:10. 9.00. 9:05. 10:25. 10:50. 11:00 A.M., 12:15. 1:11L 2:01. 1:15. 8:30 (4:00 Limited). 4:10. 4:20, 4:30. 5:40. 6:10. 6:30. 7:15. 7:45.' 10:00, 10:40 P.M. and 12:10 night. ror Pope's Creek Line. 7:45 A.M. and 4:33 P.M. week-days. Sundays. 9:05 A.M. Por Annapolls. 7:50 AM.. 12:15 and 4:10 P.M. week-days.' Sundays. 9:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M. Ticket ofices, corner Fifteenth and 0 Strefst. rnd at the station. Sixth and B Streets. whete a& lore can be left for the checking of baggage to lestination from hotels and residences. Telephone call ":40" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab Service. 3. B. HUTCH INSON. 3. 3. WOOD. General Manager. General Passenger Agent. SOUTHIjERN RAILWAY. Schedule corrected to Septembher 29, 1902. Trains leave from Pennsylvania 8tation. 5:01 a.m. Daily. Loeal for Harrli.onburg. Wal enton, Charlotte and way stations. 10:51 a m. Daily. Washington, Riebmond and rlorida Limited. First-class coaches and drawing. 'orn sleeper to Jacksonville. F'la. Dining cat ervice. 11:15 a.m. Daily. United States Fast Mail. F'irst-class cosehes and drawing-room aleeper to gew Orleang. Dining car service. 11:37 a.m. Daily. [Local for Warrenton and Char ottesville. 4:01 p.m. Week Days. Local tor Harrisonburg ind way stations on Manassas branch. 4:30 p.m. Daily. Local for Warrenton and Char-. otteaville. 8:45 p.m. Daily. New York and Atlanta F.. ress. First-class coach and sleeper to Atlanta; liondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Sunset Route. 'ourist sleeper Washington to San Francisco. Pull. nan buffet service. 9:50 p.m. Daily. New York and Florida ":rat-clasa coach and sleeper to Savannash ak onville and Port Tampa; sleeper to Augusta and onnection for Alken" Dining car service. 10:01 p.m. Daily. New York and Memphis Lim ted (via Lynchburg). First-clasa coach.-and sleep. op car to Rtoanoke, Knoxville. Chattanooga an-1 iemphi.; sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car . 104 p.m. Daily. Washington and .authwestern Amited. All Pullman train, club and observation 'ari to Atlanta and Macon; sleepers to Nashville, tilanta. Macon. Memphis. New Orleans. Dining TRIS -ON BUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Washington week days. 8:10 a.m. 1-S .m., 4:351 p.m.. 4:49 p.m. and 6:25 p.m. Yatter o Ioesburg only. Sundays only. 9:10 a.m. and 6:215 Through tra from the South arrive Washing on 6:42 a.mn.. 6:52 a.m.. -7:40 s.m.. 9:45 a.m. :00 p.m.. 9:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. daily. Local rains from Harrisonbu .11:55 a.m. week da nd 9:40 p.m. daily. pro Charlottesville, 8.1 .nm. and 9:40 p.m. daily. Tickets, sleeping car reservations and detailed oformation can be had at ticket ofneces. 706 11th t., 511 PennsylvanIa avenue and Pennsylvania tation. Baggage checked throagh from hotela auls ebenen1640. P. R. R. Cab Service. 0. H. A CKER1T. General Manager. S. H. HARDWICK. General Pass'r Agent. L. S. BROWN. Gene..' Agent. Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Leave Washington. New Jersey ave. and C at. Chicago and Northwest. *10:SOa.m.. *:3 p.m. Cincinnati. St. Louis and Louisville, *10:05 n.m.. 4:15 'p.m.. *1:10 night. Pittsburz and Cleveland. *1O:80 n.m.. *8:45 p.m. mud *1:00 night. Columbia and Wheeling. *6:2 p.m. Winchester. tS:35 ar.., 94:1 and t5:30 p.m. Ilaa. Riverton. Frnt Royal. Elkton, *4:15 p Annapolis. 97:30. 58:30. 111:50 a.m., 94:30, 5: Frederick. 98:55. 9:0. :10:50 n.m., 51:15, 94:3, 4:1 ;. Hsgsretown. t10:65 n.m. and f5:90 p.ma. Bevd end way onts. M: 59:00 a.m.. 51:16. 4:30. 15:30. 510:15. 911:3 pm. Galthersurg and wa t8:5 5'J. 50:00 a.m.. 12:30. ~31:15. tag) 90. e:OS, 15:8. 9T:6 7:S. 61215. 911:8 s.m. Wasblaston Joe and way points. 1: *. a.m.. 51:15. :alb is pm.6:0 saltn. r week5 aas*6 j. 45. 6S5:; g:gS. 41:. e, a : 10:00. :1:8.11:35 p. R. 11:30. 11:15 - AN tens alU ted* with Piesek U. fatse Plt==ea New York. Setnaid er ese.a 10:0 ilcIse.) Atlnie City 9716 910:00 a.m., 958*0 m 'a1r* a De9 'lt bUm.ss sw-a - . s--. e .