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- Ready to Supply You With Paint - Paint -any kind or color you want and at low prices. Brush VARNISH SIAIN. 15c. GOLD ENAMEL.. 20c. re PREIAREI) PAINTS. 15c. . Bath Tub Enamel. 25c. Hodgkin's Paint Depot, dl nol7-14d Blacks - - - - $25 * Greatest line of black suitings in Washing * ton at 25-fitted as only Gatchel can lt. Gatchel, "Tallor," 6"st noli-8d -We'll Make the "Storm" Sash to Otder. -We'll do the work quickly and satisfac torily at "mill" prices. Better enter your order now. Thos. W. Smith, Ia:ne d. -. nol7-12d Hodges Will Letter the Pock t DU u~5or leather gifts in zald Pocket Books or silver at factory prices. HODGES BI)OKRINDFRY. 420-22 11th at. no17-6d Buy HtM A Hale Sectional Bookcase. - There's nothing your friend will appreciate - for Xmas as much as a Hale Sectional Bok - case. It is the Bookcase par excellence. See - our Booklet. John C. Parker, 619 7th. --"We stop leaks." No End to the Wear of Graf-tonic Roof Paint. I It will last as long as the roof does-it will I make the roof wear longer than it ordffrily I would wear. Grafton & Son,1"ti. EP 60. nol-ldk Defective Range-Ltrob -and Furnaces repaired by expert stove men. Stoves, Our prices will please you. HUTCHINSON & McCARTHY. 520 10th at. nol 7-eid DO L L for KID or BISQUE DOLLS. All sies, and low prices. DOLL R BODIES PAIRINU in all its branches. iti l.MES & (0., tUIBBER GOODS, seI I'l' 511 1.th st. tiw. SlVVIAl. MEt" I.X THE MEMlERS OF FAR, raut! iNvin-i No. OW. It. A.. and their friends, 1h% reu: of the regent, will meet at Masonic T,mple. 9:h and F sts.. MONDAY EVFXIN(G. No eINr 17. at S ock. to join with sister comn Ils In a reept'on t. b.e clven Joseph A. lAngfitt. nr.pre'me regent of the order. F. A. PALIER, Sec. Let Us Have Your Order for New Blank Books Now. - We make at.d rule the best "Flat-Openng" Blank Bo.ks t , order tosuit any system of bwokkeeping. E F P11C. & IS. 1IS-111ti E st. 'Phone M. 104. "Finest Underwear in the World." JAEGER. A Sanitary Underwear. which affords to the body the greatest protection against cold, heat and datupness. with the least obstruction to the body's eIhal tions. TYSSOWSKI BROS., 726 15th St. Mandleberg Rain Coats. Shirts to Measure. Agents for )lemel Linen Mesh. nol5-tf.15 Imported and Domestic Fancy Cheviot and Worsted Suits to Order, $20 and $22.50. Th, best tailoring that experts can do. The S. BARNHARTT Tailoring Co. 528 TWELFTH STREET. nol5-tf.14 A Rare Case! It i Indeed a rare case that Dr. Reed takes in charge wIthout effecting a cure. This is because he works skillfully and carefully and spares neither time nor ielns to benefit his patients. He uses the purest medIcines and the most approved apparatns. He treats and cures all chronic, nervous and special diseases of bot sexes. Charges low. including all medicines. CONSULTATION FREE. Prirate Waiting Rooms for Iadies. OPPICE HOURS: lpt, 1: 3 to 6. Sundays, 10 to 12. 5w9 TWELFTH STREET. so15l-tf.14 The Characteristics That Denote The Highest Class of Tailoring * -are always strikingly evideneed in "Snyder made" garments. * * g7We are showing some very distinctive patterns in Overcoatings. E. H. Snyder& Co., Tailors, SUCCE2OS TV SNYDER & WOOD. 1111 IPA. AV. n.O15-10d Our New "Cottrell" -press makes half-tones and cuts -show up like engravings. Best -and fastest job press in town. -Elegant line of 1908 calendars -already for yo.r advertisement. Judd & Detweiler '-h nolf5-10d -Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits Artistically Tailored. * -Owen tailoring is perfect in every detail. *eEvery production Is notable for IndividualIty Owen,Tailo,t 423red. St noli-lOd I NEVER DISAPPOINT. We claim to do printing a little better than the other fellows. The kind that unconsciously decides the recipient in your favor. C'all and see sample. BYRON S. ADAMS. PRINTER, Main 930. (nolf5-14d) 512 11th at. n.w. Calendars and. Diaries for 1903 All ready now to supply any demand for Calendar, and Diaries. A stock of both that includes every sort at the smallest prices you'll find quoted any where. WH. Rup,Stationer. Wi . . p ,421 11th St. nol5-14d DIB'ltI(T TITLE INSURANCE CO. At the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the District Title In murance Company, held on Thursday, November 13. 1002, an annual dividend of two per ci nt (2'7) was declared, payable on November 25, 19102. to stockholders of record on November 20, 19102. 'The transfer hooks of the company will be closed from November 20, 19102, to November 28. 1902. inclusive. Att,-st: W. J. NEWTON, President. OEORGE H. O'CIbNNOlt. Sec.etary. .o14-St Coal Problem Solved ! THlE CAItTERt IMiPROV1!: OIL BURNER. Best, but sold c-heaper than any other burner ia th,- market. To place it in reac-h of all, those who install their own burners, $5.00. complete. DAILEY (itt. ltU"RNER & TRANSPORTATION CO., 00F st. n.w., Washington, D. C. ce25-im-10 Most Attractive Fabrics May be seen at Stt. Relli's (late cutter of 0. War 'eld Simpson's). And when they're made up there's a tone and a style sbout them that's perfe:.tion it self. 6115 THilItTEENTH sTr. se13-Sim-6 SPIltITU ALISM. Milt. KEElliR, at 9)18 H at. n.w.. holds sean-es MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIOHT89, * o'clock. for physical manifestations, written messages, &c.. all in the light. Private inter views daily, 10 to 5 o'clock. Tel. Main 2821-V. mu12-60* THE NATIONAL HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL AS sociatikn of the D. C. 'till hold its annual meet ing in the red parlor of the New Willard, en TUESDAY. Non'. 18, 1902, at 8 p.mn. Annual ye pots., election of offeers. etc. E. 3. HIUTCHIN. SON. Secretary. noI2-6t* -jjHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Washington Fertilizer Comnan, for the election of a hoard of directors and cers of the company, and such other business as may comne before the meeting will he held at the omie of the company, 13 Booth Royal at., Alexandria. Va., on embe 9th next, at 10 *'clock a.m. MYRON M. PARKER, PresMdeut. LOUIS BEYER. Jr.. Secretary. n-8t SPIRITUIALIBM. MR. TRER. MEDIUM. Private interviews dai , 10 to S eleeet, at 131 C.at..... .s..n.TiJ,...t. .s..,.t 3 HATE DAILY UNQUIRIES WOR BOUWE FOU - ent frem $2 to WEG per oeth. and ea sees. peiaettenants feeor ea with vaan~ LANTmI t ee dls-ttU DB030. D. KIRPAT.utK. Osteopathist, niit' 1a4-.* a SPECIAL NOTICES. ANCIENT AND AccEPTED SCOTISH RITE, Southern Jurisdiction of the - United States. Mitbras Lodge of Perfection, No. 1.-Regular meeting TUEIAY. November 18. 1902. at 7:30 o'clock p.m., at the Cathedral of the Rite, No. 1007 0 st. n.w. Work: 9' to 13*. W. S. HARSHMAN, 32*. K. C. C. H.. Venerable Mustr. JOHN H. OIAlT,. 32*, K. C. C. H., Secy. nol7-2t - SPIRITUALISM-WU, THE CHIN!EE MINIS ter's. recent spiriuistic experience was at Mr. Keeler's, 918 H at. n.w. Same kind of seance held there tonight and Wednesday night. 1t* Why don't you drop in ,here and let us show you in detail the superi ority of our carefullv tailored $12.50 Overcoats to measure over those at $15 and $18 ready made? FOHWARTE & PELZMAN, rallors, 505-507 7th at. se30-m-10 MEMBERS OF CAPITOL COUNCIL* NO. 320. Royal Arcanum, are requested to meet the S preme Regent on MONDAY, November 17, 1902, 7:30 p.m., at Masonic Temple. 9th and F sts. noI5-2t* BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL. FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE. WASHINGTON, D. C.. POST OFFICE NOTICE. Should be real daily, as changes may occur at 7ORE N MAILS are dispatched to the ports of Railing daily, and the schedule of closings is ar ranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. For the week ending November 22. 1902, the last connecting closes will be made from the MAIN OFFICE as follovs: TRANSATLANTIC MAILT. MONDAY-(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE, per a.s. *Kronprina Wilhelm, from New York. via Ply mouth. Cherbourg and Bremen. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for ITALY direct, p6r a.m. Citta di Torino, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Citta It Torino." TUESDAY-(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE, per a.m. *Deutdchland, from New York, via Plymouth, 'herbourg and Hamburg. Mail for IRELAN D must be directed "Per s.a. Deutschland." (a) At 7:15 P.M. for IREIAND, per s.m. Oceanic, from New York. via Queenstown. Mail for other parts of EUROPE must be directed "Per as.. Oceanic." (a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE, per s.s. Philadel phia, from New York, via Southampton. WEINESDAY-(c) At 9:15 P.M. for FRANCE, SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT. BRITISH INDIA and LA)RLiN ZO MARQUEZ. per a.s. La Touraine. from New York, via Havre. Mail, for other parts of EU ROPE must be directed "Per s.s. La Touraine." FRIDAY-(a) At 7:15 P.M. for EUROPE. per as.. Lucania, from New York, via Queenstown. (c) At 9:15 P.M. for ITALY direct, per a.m. Trave. from New York. Mail mast be directed "Per as.. Trave." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for NETHERLANDS direct, per s.s. Amsterdam, from New York. Mail must he directed "Per s.s. Amsterdam." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BELGIUM direct, per 9.9. Vader land, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per i.s. Vaderland." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for DEN MARK direct, per a.m. Hekla. from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Hekla." *PRINTED MA'TER. ETC.-This steamer takes printed matter, commercial papers and samples for GERMANY only. The same class of mail mat ter for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by this ship unless specially directed by her. AILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES. ETC. MONDAY-(c) At 9:15 P.M. for ARGENTINE, l'RIGIAY and PARAGUAY. per a.s. British Mon. %rch. from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CEN rItAL AMERICA (except Costa Rics) and SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per sa.. Seguranca. from New York. via Colon. Letter mail for GUATEMALA most be directed "Per s. Seguranca." T!'ESDAY-(a) At 7:15 A.M. for PERNAM BUCO. SANTOS and SAO PAULO, per a.s. Syra -usa. from New York. Mail for other parts of BRAZIL must be directed "Per a.m. Syra rusa. (d) At 12:00 M. for JAMAICA, per s.s. Admiral Dewey, from Boston. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for PORT AU PRINCE. AUX CAYES -and JACMEL, per s.s. Crotia, from New York. Mail for other parts of HAITI must be directed "Per s.s. Crotia." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for the BAHA MAS. per s.m. Antilla. from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.. Antilis." WEDNESDAY-c) At 11.:25 P.M. for JAMAICA. per s.a. Admiral Rampson. from Philadelphia. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CAMPECHE. CHIAPAS. TABAS CO and YUCATAN. per -%.s. Havana. from New York. Mall for other parts of MEXICO must he 2irected "Per a.s. Havana." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BRAZIL. per o.s. Hevelius. from New York via Pernambuco. Bahia and Rio Janeiro. Mail for NORTHEltN BRAZIL. ARGENTIN. URUGUAY ind PARAGI'AY must he directed "Per as.. Hevel lus." (c) At 11:25 P M. for the BAHAMAS and the PROVINCE OF SANTIAGO. CUBA. per s.m. Vucatan. from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for ARBADOS and NORTHERN BRAZIL. per as.. Flubert. from New York, via Para and Manaos. ci At 11:25 P.M for LEEWARD and WINDWARD [SLANDS. BRITISH. DUTCH and PRENCH GUT ANA. per a.u. Korona. from New York (ci At 1:25 P.M. for YUCATAN and CAMPECHE. per .s. Ravensdale. from New York. THURSDAY - (c) At 9:15 P.M. for NEW. F'OUNDLAND. per ma. Rosalind. from New Fork. (c At 11:25 P.M. for ST. MAR". PORT AU PRINCE. AUX CAYES and JACMEL. Der i.s. Prins Willem IV. trom New York. Mail for other parts of HAITI. CURACAO. VENEZUE LA. TRINIDAD. BRITISH and DUTCH GUIANA must he directed "Per &.s. Prins Willem IV." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for MEXICO. per es.. Matanzas, from New York. via Tampico. Mail must he di rected "Per s.R. Matanzas. ' (c) At 11:25 P.M. for INAGUA and HAITI. per s.s. Paloma, from New ork. 'FRIDAY-(e) At 6:05 P.M. for NEWFOU ND LAND. per a.m. Buenos Ayrean. from Philadelphia. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for BERMUDA. per s.s. Pre toria. from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for POR TO RICO. per a.m. Coamo, from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for CURACAO and VEIEZUKLA. per s.a. Maracaibo. from New York. Mail for SAVA. ILLA and CARTAGENA must be directed "Per t.s. Maracaiho." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA. CARTAGENA and GRETTOWN. per s.m. Alleghany. from New York. Mail for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per .sm. Alleghany." Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND. by rail to North Sydney and thence via steamer, close here daily, except Sundays, at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. The connecting closes are made on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. (d) (k) Mails for MIQUELON. by rail to Boston and thence via steamer, close here daily. except Son days, at 12:00 M.. an8 on Sundays at 11:30 A M. (d) (k) CUBA MAIT close here via Port Tampa. Fla., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3:30 P.M. (hi Mails for MEXICO overland, unless spe-ially ad dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing from New York. close here daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. (fi (hi Mails for BEILIZE. PUERTO. OIORTEZ and GUATEMALA. by rail to New Orleans and thence via steamer, close here daily at 10:80 A.M. aud 10:00 P.M.. the connecting closes for which being n Mondays. (f) (hi Mails for COSTA RICA. by rail to New Orleans and thence via steAmer, close here daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 P.M.. the connecting closes for which being on Tneedays. (f) (hi TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for *CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII. and spe eaily addressed matter for the IPHILIPPINE ISLANDR, via San Francisco. close here daily at :30 P.M. up to November 20, inclusive, for dis patch per a.. Hong Kong Marn. (o) Mails for AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia. which are dispatched via Europe). NEW ZEALAND. FIJI. SAMOA and HAWAII. via San Francisco. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to No vember 22, InclusIve, for dispatch per s.. Ven tura. fo) Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN. via Vancouver and Victoria. B. C.. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. op to November 25, Inclusive, for dispatch ~r us.. Empresm of China. Registered mail must ape rislly addressed. Merebandise for the U. S. Pos tal Agency at Shanghai. China, cannot he for garded via Canada. fol Mails for the tPHILIPPINE ISLANDS. via San Francisco. closs here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to No ember 26. inclusive, for dispatch per U. S. trans Mails for *CHINA. JAPAN. HAWAII and IPII, IPPINE TSI.ANDS. via San Francisco. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to November 25, inolusive, for diepatch per s.m. Chins. (oi Mails for HAWAII. via San Francisco. closs here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to December 1. inclusive. for dispatch ner s.. Alameda. (ol Mails for TAHITI and MAROUK,WAS ISLANDlS. via San Francisco. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to December L inclusive, for dispatch per s.. Mariposa. fo) Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN. via Tacoma. dlose here daily at 6:30 P.M. un to December 2. inclusive. for diurnatch per a... Olympia. (ni Mails for AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia. which are dispatched via Europe. and New 7ealand. mails for which go via San Fran cisco) and FIJI 1SLANDS. via Vancouver and Vic toria. B. C.. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. after November 22 and up to December 6, inclusive, for dispatch per s.. Aorangl. (ol *Mails for COCHIIN CHINA are dispatched to New Yorkr, N. Y., for connection with European steamers. tPHILIPPINEI ISLANDS (military mail), dis patched to San Franeisco at all closes for that of. fee, to connect with government transports, the --lings cf which are irregular. BOlSITERED MAILS close at the MAIN OF >'E as follows: (si At 6:301 P.M. same day: (b) at 1:45 P.M. same day; (ci at 8:45 P.M. same day: (di at 5:50 A.M. same day: (el at 5:45 P.M. same day: (fi at 1:00 A.M. same day: (hi at 1:16 P.M. same day; (ki at 6:45 P.M. previous day; (o) at 2:30 A.M. same day: (pi at 11:30 A.M. same day. no15 JOHN A. MERRIT . Postmaster. Three Blight ?ires. An alarm was turned In from box 643 about 10:40 o'clock last night for a slight btaze in the house of J. L. MItchell, 514 2d street northeast. The fire was caused by a member of the familly stePing on a match. Very little damage was done. A alaghrt fre occurred In the house of Mrs. Curtin, 2027 8th street northwest, last night about 8 o'clock. caused by a lace curtain coming in contact with a l4ghted lamp. The blase was extinguished without turn ing in an alarm. The home of Joseph Scott, 310 18th street northwest, was damaged by fire yester-4ay afternoon. An alarm waa sounded and tWo companies of the fire department responded. The fire started from some unknown cause and resul-ted in about $150 damage to the house and contents. lorfeited Collateral. A young man who gave his name as WIll am Dittman, and his age an twenty-one years wa.s,arrested at his room near- the corner of 11th street and New York avenue northwest last night by Bergeant. Willus, on a charge of getting up a gaining table. Dittmsan forfel'ted $5collateral in the Poia. Curt thi. .mo.nin. ZAN TONIGHT. Clearing Early Tuesday Morning fresh Winds Becoming Westerly. Forecast till 8 p.m. Tuesday.-For th DistriCt of Columbia, Delaware and Mar3 land, rain tonight, clearing early Tuesd morning; fresh east to southeast winds, be coming westerly. For Virginia, rain tonight, and in soutb east portion Tuesday; fresh east to soutb east winds, becoming westerly. Weather conditions and general forecast The southwest disturVance that was cer tral in Arkansas Sunday morning has drift ed slowly east-ward, and this morning cov era the middle Ohio valley, with a soutb ern extension to the gulf. A marked de pression covers the northeastern Rock mountain slope, and a ridge of high prel sure separates it from the Ohio valley dis turbance. Pressure is high over New Enig land, and is rising rapidly on the Californi coast. Rain has fallen on the Texas coast, I Louisiana, and thence northeasterl throughout the Ohio valley to the lowe lake region. There has also been rain o the north Pacific coast, and locally in th plateau region. It lb 10 to 20 degrees cooler this mornin in Texas, Arkansas and southeastern MiU souri. It is also somewhat cooler in easter Pennsylvania, eastern New York and Nei England. The temperature has risen in tb plateau region, Missouri valley and in th northwest. Frost is reported this mornin in northern Texas, Oklahorga, Indian tez ritoiry and southeastern KaWsas. Rain is indicated for tonight and Tuesda in Atlantic coast districts north of Florid and for tonight inthe Ohio valley, easter Tennessee and the eastern portion of tb east gulf states. There will also be rain I the lower lake region tonight, clearing earl Tuesday morning. It will be cooler tonight in the lower Ohl and lower Mississippi valleys and Tennesse and cooler Tuesday in the south Atlant states. The temperature will rise Tuesda in the lower Mississippi and lower Ohio val leys. Fresh to brisk east to southeast winds wi prevail along the middle and south Atlantd coasts tonig'ht, becoming westerly Tuesday on the east gulf coast the winds will b mostly fresh northwesterly, and on the lov er lakes fresh northwest to north, becom ing brisk southerly Thursday afternoon 0 night. Steamers departing today for Europea ports will have fresh northeasterly wind and cloudy weather to the Grand Banks. The following heavy precipitation (I inches) has been reported during the pas twenty-four hours: Little Rock, 1.0; Evansville, 1.86; Corpus Christi. 1.16. Dur ing the twenty-four hours ending at 8 a.rr Sunday: Fort Smith, 1.52; Fort Wortt 3.24; Little Rock, 1.90. Records for Twenty-Four Hours. The following were the readings of th thermometer and barometer at the weathe bureau for the twenty-four hours beginnin, at 2 p.m. yesterday: Thermometer-November 16: 4 p.m., 6F 8 p.m., 61: 12 midnight. 53. November 11 4 a.m., 52; 8 a.m.. 51; 12 noon, 53: 2 p.m.. 5( Maximum, 69, at 3 p.m. November 16; mini mum, 50, at 3 a.m. November 17. Barometer-November 16: 4 p.m., 30.10; p.m., 30.14; 12 midnight, 30.16. Novembe 17: 4 a.m., 30.16; 8 a.m., 30.19; noon, 30.17 2 p.m., 30.15. Maximum Temperatures. The following is the maximum tempera ture in the twenty-four hours ending at a.m. November 1J in the cities indicated, a reported to the*weather bureau: Eastport. Me........30 Chicago, ....... Boston. Mass....... Des Moines, Iowa. New York. N. Y. 58 aha, N.e.. Philadelphia. Pa.....62 alt le City. Atlantic City, N. J... 60 Denver, Col. Washington. D. C. 70 l Paso rex. Lynchhurg. Va......7 uma, ri....... Jacksonville, Fla.... 76 Sikane, Wash. Mobile, Ala........7 Portland. Oreg. New Orleans. La.... S Carson City, Nov.... Galveston, Tex. 8. 0 S a Fr.n.isco. Cal.. Chattanooga. Tenn... 78 Ios Aug3les. Cal.... Buffalo, N. Y. 48 San Diego.......... 4 Condition of the Water. Temperature and condition of water at a. in.: Gre5t Falls-Temperature, 56; cond tion, 36. Dalecarlia reservoir-Temp.er ture, 56; condition at north connection, 34 condition at south connection, 86. Georgc town distributing reservoir-Temperatur4 56; condition at influent gatehouse, .; co1 dition at efluent gntehouse, 36. Washin ton city reservoir-Temperature, 56; cond tion at Influent, 36; at effluent, 36. Tide Table. Today-Low j0de, 3:08 a. m. and 3:13 1 .; high tide, 9 a. in. and 9:21 p. Cn. Tomorrow-Low tide, 4 a. i. and 4:08 C.; high tide. 9:51 a. m. and 10:12 p. m. The Sun and Moon. Today-Run rises, :47 a. t.; sun set 4:43 p. m. Moon rises, 6:55 p. n. Tomorrow-Sun rises, 6:48 a. m. The City Lights, The city lights and naphtha lamps a lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; e tinguiting begun one hour before sunri AD arc and incandescent lamps lighted f teen iw-tes after Sunset and extinguish forty-five minutes before sunrise. Deaths in the District. enigaMoon today::5 p Loiam.Klia 77oyers;ro-uises, 4 Bu a.hn 77yer GTse 70tyearghs; Eanbaptha Hamsa yieds; GeoreyF mte fer,6 yunst; Lou A.Cgish begu nes Jhnu beforgasn,ri yelar; JonH incanesnt yers;ghe fEl Wiforty-f5v yimts; beforesnriLee. year; hs Heln th. DFrrct.yr TihelA foloiusdath 3wears; rEllorte tt 37 years; Jose H. Lurgenhun, yers year tieLancatr Osrad,7 years; J ssey 1 a GWill C. Deckr; El9zabeths VioHaser, denrs; Goths Joh Tabier, 64 monts; Joub A. Bons, 20 monts; Jheln . Eora, yer2 moh Mar Jone, 6 months; ame Winsto, 50 month; Maraet DuLap. Wmlntam Joh Waker, 1 month; Gorge WIy White, 1 month; Lawrence A. Mahoney, days. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to th following: White-John S. Speer of Pittsburg, Pa and Adelaide Russell of Butler, Pa.; Joh H. West and Jennie I. Jordan; Stephen 1 Spits of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Berth Lyon of this city; Ferdinand V. Berry this city and Lilly H. Crocker of Fall Churich, Va.; Andrew J. Watkins and Anci Gentry, both oP Richmond, Va.; John I Doyle and Edith G. Perkins; George 1 Cusick and Lillian M. Walls. Colored-George E. Scott and Effie Free man; William Foutleroy and Mary Mor tague, both of Baltimore, Md.; James I Rawlings and Mary J. Scott. Trials at Washington Barracks.. Private Elmer C. Haldermnan, Troop I 12th Cavalry, having been tried by a ger eral court-martial convened at Washingtc barracks, D. C., and found guilty of desea tion, was sentenced to be dishonorably dia charged the service of the United Statel forfeiting all pay and allowances due hin and to be confined at hard labor for ori year. The sentence was approved Novemnber 1902, and will be duly executed at Fort Cc lumnbus, N. Y., to which place the prisont will -he sent under guard. Second-class Private Thomas Keegal Company I, 3d Battalion of Engineers, hai ing been convicted by a general court-mal tial at the same post of conduct to ti prejudice otf good order and military di'se pline, was sentenced to be confined at har labor for one month and to forfeit $10 of It pay. Both sentences were approved by the d. partmnen t commander. 3'ugitive 3.oys Captured. When August Weinecke, a resident Stevens avenue, Hilladale, -went to his honr last night he discovered four boys sleepir in his -barn. He aroused them and the admitted being fugitive. from the -indus trial home. The otner of the premise gave them food and permitted them to re mnain- in the barn until this morning' abbi 4 o'clock, when be .neli*ed the' police . Anacostia, Officers Ready ad Dyer re inoved thesn to the sth*lon house, and late they were sent to the ~institution troi ulic they hiad eescaped. 'They gave ti names of John Jewell, Charles-Colvin. Rot ert ete m*i Walter- Cols, their age r anging from sine to thirteen years, I Equity Court . utice Hagner. Abell agt. Abell; ena M. Abell ap pointed guardts adr item. Drake agt. e Drake; injunction M perpetual. Easel agt. Hazel; sale ra d. Clements agt. Jones; audito report confirmed. Jones agt. Jones; all ny and counsel fees allowed. Bush gt ! h; appearance of absent defendant ordered. Stewart agt. Cutler; time to takeutistimony limited to twenty days, Savoy agt, Savoy; testimony before P. E. Budlot, eainer, ordered taken. Myers at. Washington Humane Society; rule on AefedaXts returnable No vember 28, 190, td United States Mortgage and Trust ny agt. Godfrey; reference to auditor ordered. Merchant agt. Merchant; comminea ordered to issue. Lansburgh agt.-SonrAbI Mollie Hellbrun allowed to intervenA t-f Circuit Court No. 1-Chief Justice Bingham. MacAuley agt. Waggaman; verdict for plaintiff for $1,802. Grubbs agt. District of L Columbia; on trial. Circuit Court NO, 2-JTustice Clabaugh. n Poling agt. District of Columbia; on trial. r Criminal Court No. I-Justice Anderson. a United States agt. John St. Clair, murder; e on trial. Criminal Court No. -Justice Barnard. g In re will of Behjamin H. Duvall; ov trial. a Bankruptcy Court-Justice Magner. W In re Neely Electric Company; L. P. Lov e ing and A. Y. Bradley appointed receivers e and reference to E. S. McCalmont. In re 9 Frank N. Carver; payment of interest by trustees ptuthorized. In rv C. C. Duncan son; injunction against sale ordered. Probate Court-Justice Barnard. EL Estate of Rezin Davidge; proof of publ i cation. In re Edw. Vass et al.; order of e sale of real estate. Estate of John N. Bur n lew: proof of publication. In re Robert An y derson; guardian authorized to secure loan on real estate. Estate of Carroll W. Brown 0 Ing: guardian authorized to join in certain e mortgages. Estate of N% a. G. Roe; Sadie c M. Roe appointed administratrix; bond, Y Slo,0)0. Estate of Henry Wilson: petition - for letters of administration filed. Estate of John Reid; petition for return of certain il bond. Estate of Arsenious A. Winfield; C will dated July 14, 11W2. filed. Estate of Mary Auld; inventory filed. e - REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. r Seventh street northwest between N and ft 0 streets-George Caspar et al. to Henry S Murray, part lot 7. square 447; $10. n Alley between 2d and 3d, G and H streets t -Robert K. Mahorney to Mary F. McNa mara, part original lots 10, 11. 12, square 752; $10. Same to Patrick J. Collins, part original lots 10, 12 and 13, square 752; $10. Same to Mary Murphy, part original lots 10 and 11, square 752; $10. Anacostia-Barbary J. King to Vinton G. e King, lot 262 and part lot 263; 310. r American University Park, first addition John D. Croissant et al., trustees, to Floyd W. Parsons, lot 4, block :31; $600. Pleasant Plains-Martha C. Levy et vir, JAmes T, to Harry K. BlIss, part lot 29; $10. Columbia Heights-Edgar S. Kennedy et al. to Imogene Morrow, lot 47, block 23; f10. Mount PleasanButler F. Abbott to 8 Charles W. King,"art lots 273 and 274; $10. r Fourteenth. street southeast between C and D streets-Minnie Sewell et al. to Alex. R. Mullowny, lot 28, square 1061; $10. Lincoln-Joseph Peters to Lavinia Peters, half interest in lot 77. section 3; $10. - Eighth street southeast between B and C 8 streets-Laura M. Moore to Alfred A. and 5 Annie F. Davis, part original lot 8, square 923; $1.576.25. Addition to Brookland-Eugene M. Farr to William H. Owen. lot 4, block 49; $100. Metropolis View-Virglia G. Le Merle et 0 vir, Eugene, to William H. Owen, lots dJ 4 and 31, block 9; $10. - 2 No. 144 North Carolina avenue southeast 4 -,Sarah A. White to Harvey W. 'Reece, 4 part original lot 3, square 734; $10. 6 Eighth street northwest between K and L 0 streets-Myra A. T-Vcked, et vir, Almon F., 6 to Alfred A. Walker, part lot 7, square 2 426; $2,200. American University Park, nArst addition John D. Croissant et al.. trustees, to Har 8 riet C. Spoor, lot 19, block 35; $600. DEATH OF INSANE SOLDIER. - Found Hanging by. Neck Wednesday - and Dies 2ram.Effects. Patrick Donovan. thirty-two years old, a native of Ireland, hanged himself at St. Elizabeth's Hospital for the Insane Wed k nesday. and died from the effects Saturday. Coroner Nevitt was called upon to give a ' death certificate In the case. He made an investigation and gave a certificate in ac cordance with the facts. -. Donovan was a United States soldier who volunteered to go to the Philippines, and while he was doing duty in the vicinity of Manfla the hardships proved to be more than he was able, to stand. His mind be l came affected and he soon became a.raving - maniac. . After being treated in a hospital at Ma nila the unfortunate soldier was brought to d this country. He reached here seven months ago and was placed in St. Eliza beth's, where he could be given treatment and prevented from doing injury to him .df or others. There was no apparent e change in his condition and it was believed a he was hopelessly insane. Wednesday he was found hanging from a steam ptpe in the bath room, having con ;structed a noose of towels. Life was not -. extinct and he was placed in a ward. He 8 grew gradually worse until Saturday morn e ing, when he died, as stated. His body will find a -resting plac~e in the cemetery con nected with the Institution. 0 SILVEB ANNIVERSARY. German societies to Participate in Pes Stivities With the Xaennerchor. n The several German societies of this city t, and of Baltimore will participate in the fes Stivities of the twenty-fifth anniversary of ithe Washington Germanic Maennerchor, 6 which begins this evening at the National Rifles' Armory with a concert and ball. Tomorrow evening a "smoker" will be held in the armory. e The committees in charge of the festivi ties are: B. F. Schubert, general chairman; Fred i-, Aue, secretary. Press-Herrnann Volimer, Rudolf Saur and 'August Duhring. -. Decorations-Chtarles Rogier and R. G. p. Pohl. f Honorary-Simon Wolf, Ed. F. Abner, a George Seufferle, E. W. Eltrich, Jacob Jose, Werner Koch, David Volland, Chris Xander, SLouis Koehler and Daniel Herbst. Refreshments--George J. Bessler, Wolf gang Pohiman and Gregor Kranrm. Music-Conrad Richter and Frank Faust. Reception--Rudolf Saur, Carl Gundlach, SWilliam Brodt, George Plitt. Dr. Becker, William Beuchert, August NIebel, Anton Lerch, William Escher, sr., and Joseph Kaachka. Program-Georgg A. Fischer and William Invtatins< r brng and F. W. Hel big. n Dancing-Conrad -Richter, M. C.; August -Duhring, fr., C'ries Duhring, Joseph e Wandrack, R. Glendenafr, August Nau, Ul rich Fuchs, Willi~u - ornung and J. F. 'Frischholts. ~' "Commers"-.regg'p-Kramm, George J. e Bessier, Frans lhirt, John Reif, Albert Neff, Ferdinand Schwarts, F. W. Helbig rand Charles Fischef. r TBOUBLE ~aLLIaimS ~Time Indicator to Perform Its eOwing to trouble dtlI the halliards used din operating the rime ball on the Navy SDepartment build1ni *elal5l was not ra,ised at noon today, mtich to the disappointment Sof many people who are accustomed to con sul.t It every day to .adjust their timepieces. New halliards have been procured and the ball will make its usial noontime appear ance tomorrow and thereatiter. g Admitt.d to Nail.' y Chief Justice Blnha1has5 announced gthat he considers it within the power of the courf to admit AndseW -Beah ta bail pend ing the 41sposition gy the Cqurt of. Appeals t of the appeal noted from~ the ruling thai ,f Beach , be suren4ed'to theNajiAan ~thorities. He is wainted py the latter for r alleged Violation of 0ise SundaF' lquor lan n at Chesapeake Jnmtion. . a Catherine Mangin guaig#edr as___ y o ~Beach in the sum of $60 and he ws S therenpon pernnated to go at- larger UStU the appeal is ~Mae -DIPAL RESPONSIBLE PACKERS. - Our force of expert pack ers insures against break age or damage to glass, china, pictures, bric-a-brac and furniture. , Shipments forwarded to all parts of the world. Full information tarnished r"grding marine lesurance, freight rates. etc. STORAGE DEPARTMENT, Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co., 920-922 E St. noI7-40d Real Estate. Ioans. Investments, Insurance. 1408 N.Y. Ave., Bond Bldg. Francis H. Smith, President. Charles F. Nesbit,1st V. President E. Quincy Smith, 2d V. President. Lee D. Latimer, Secretary. -We sell houses. -We rent houses. -We manage property. -We write nsurance. -We negotiate loans. Each department is perfectly or ganized-so that every detail of your business receives proper, painstaking attention. nol7-40d Profitable Real Estate. If your rentable property doesn't pay, the chances are there i some thing the matter with its handling. We think our rental department is thoroughly equipped to give une: celled managemnt to every 'lass of improved property. Hundreds of property owners think so, too. Let us demonstrate the fact to you. It Is a matter of business that we bb lieve it will pay you to investigate. G. W. F. SWARTZELL. President. C. B. RHEEM. V. Pres't & Treasurer. A. T. HENSEY. Secretary. J. J. DARLINGTON, Counsel. B. H. WARNER CO., 916 F Street N. W. "Everything in Real Estate." 11ONEY AT 4% and 5% Promptly loaned on real estat% In the District of 0olumbia. LOWEST COMMISSION. Heiskell & McLeran, MoIT-tt-10 1006 51s. n.w. iNDEX TO ADVERTISEXENTS. ACCOUNTANTS...........................Page 12 AMUSEMENTS..........................Page 26 APARTM&N'S TO LET...................Page 14 A'TORNEYS.............................Page 14 AUCT'ION SALES..........................Page 18 AUTOMOBILES............................Page 14 BOARDING...............................Page 14 BOARDING (Out of Town).................Page 14 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES...............Page 14 BUSINESS PROPERTY....................Page 15 CITY ITEMS..............................Page 16 DEATHS-..............................Page 5 DENTIgTRY............................Page 18 DOGS, CATS, EC.....................1age 14 EDUCATIONAL........................Page 12 ENGINEERING............................Page 14 EXCURSIONS.............................Page 16 FALL AND WIN'T'ER RESORTS ............ Page 18 eINANCIAL............................'Page a FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE.............Page 18 FOR EXCHANGE.........................Page 15 FOR RENT (Halls)........................Page 14 FOR RENT (Houses)..............Pages 14 and 15 FOR RENT 10f5ces)........................Page 14 FOR RENT (Rooms)......................Page 14 FOR RENT (Stables)......................Page 14 FOR RENT (Stores).......................Page 14 FOR SALE (Houses).......................Page 15 FOR SALE (Lots).........................Page 1 FOR SALE (Miscellaneous)................Page 13 FOR SALE (Real Estate). Page 15 HORSES AND VEHICLES ............Page 14 LADIES' GOODS.........................Page 14 LOAN COMPANIES........................Page 13 LOCAL M!NION.........................Page 1 LOST AND FOUND.......................Page 14 MACHINERY. ETC........................Page 16 MARRIAGES...........................Page 6 MEDICAL...............................Page 12 MONEY WANTIED AND TO LOAN..'.Page 13 OCEAN TRAVEL... .. . .... . .............Page 121 PALMISTRY..........................Page 11 PERSONAL...........................Page 14 PIANOS AND ORGANS.................Page 9 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS............Page 18 PROPORALTS...... .... ...................Page 14 RAILROADS..............................Page 16 ROOMS AND'BOARD...................Page 14 SPECIAL NOTICES......................Page 3 SUBURBAN PROPERTY..................Page 12 UNDERTAKERS..........................Page 8 WANTED (Apartments)..................Page 14 WANTED (Help)........................Page 14 WANTED (Houses).............,..........Page 14 WANTED (Miscellaneous)................Page 14 WANTED (Rooms).......................Page 14 WANTED (Situation.)...................Page 14 WANTED (Stores)......................Page 14 DBATH 01 WM. T. ELDREDGE. Local Letter Carrier a Victim of Ap pendicitis. William T. Eldredge, aged twenty-five, a member of the letter carriers' force of Sta tion G, and son of Sarah F. and the late William B. Eldredge, formerly of Cape May. N. J., died Saturday morning at Gar field Hospital, this city, from the effects of appendicitis, for which an operation had been performed. Mr. Eldredge was ill but three days. and his death came-em a severe shock to his relatives and numerous ac quaintances. The funeral services took place this afternoon at his late residence, 623 2d street northwest. Divorce Granted. Justice Hagner, in Equity Court No. 1. today announced that he wilr grant Agnes Drake a divorce from George W. Drake. The decree will be d-rawn later. In her pe tition Mrs. Drake alleged that., her hus band, without cause, deerted her and their two young cilldren. NURSING MOTHERS. A mother's poor health is bad enough for the mother, but worse still for the nursing baby. Mothers ~find Scott's Emulsion a nourisring and strengthening food. If the breast milk is scanty or thin Scott's Emulsion will make it rich aAd more abundant. Whxen mother~s take Scott's Eml sioni the babies asare i the benefits. Thin babies p;ow fat. Weak babies MIANCATL Everyone Has an Am bition to Save, but many lack for a sys tem. -The Equitable Building Associa tion fuinishes th~e opportunity and the system. The man or woman subscribes certain number of shares -upon which he pays $2.50 a month on each share. Its a simple matter to lay aside the amount when one knows it will be due regularly. -The savings grow steadily and it is not idle money, for it earns inter est. If it becomes necessary the savings may be withdrawn at any time on prop er notice with accrued proit. Equitable .Co-Operative Building Association, 1003 F St. M1" MNO. Joy EDMON...................... President FRANK P. RUErDE...................Becretary nol7-50d Commissions Placed at Track at best odds on your own selections or whose ever you desire. Charge, 5% of winnings. No charge on losing comminlfhsU. ACCOUNTS HANDLED. Settlements daily or weekly. Our special tip from inside for Monday. Terms. $2. WALLER LEE, Turf Commissioner, nol&-3t* Room 1. 1417 F" at. WANTED-PARTY Ot FEW WITH MEANS TO Join in openinx Home Supply Coal Mines. W. Va. Guarantoed paying Investment. Address ATTOR NEY C.. Star office. no151-t When You Needf1onfey -Horning will lend -you any sum -on Diamonds. Watches or -Jewelry, or Household Goods -in storage, and charge -only 3%/ Interest. -All transactions strictly -confidential. Private oiftees. 9th and Pa. Ave. iFUflrU fltl(rCentral Bldg.. Horning, gee nol5-28d 6% BONDS _X Issued by the Certified by th sueey h Wash's Io a m Wash'n Real Es and Trust Corn._ p.ny' which tate Company, co,mp a n.y. "1321" F st. n.w. ,iaiu*" $ioo and $500 Gold 3 Debentures. Secured by FIRST MORTGAGE NOTES on Washington City real estate. oc23-8m-24 L0UIS D. WINE & CO.. Real Estate. Loans and &'urance, 1304 F at. n.w. We always have bargains in houses and lots for sl. We are prepared to rent your property, secur in the best tenants, and make prompt returns. We can always place a loan for you on Wash. inston real estate at lowest rate of Interest. Insurance placed on houses and furniture at lowest rate and In moat reliable company. Give us a trial. no7-tf Home Title Insurance Co., Equity Building, 317-319 4Y Street N. W. Conveyancipg, Examines & Insures Titles Judson T. Cull, Prest., Nath'l Carusi, Vice Prest., Geor King, Sec' = *el~~ Cross, Treas. DIRECTORS: Jess . Wns, John C. Weeds. Jackmo H. Ralstso% Fillmore DeaIL John P. Hinkel, Fred'k L. Siddeas Mason N. Rlehardn&a C. Clunton Jama Vincent A. Aboobry. momyT W't at.i,. Lar Win AN ANNUITY IMUED BY The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. MeOrdy, Pre. Guarantees a Axed income for life, which ineome is protected by over three hundred ad flfty-wo millions of assets, which hay. accumulated in a successful business experiesce of fifty-mime yearn. For particulars address THOMAS P. MORGAN, Manager for District of Columbia, No. 188s F at. n.w., Second story, front room. Telepbone, Maia 1126. ap24-208t.26 The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company, -CORNER 15TB 9r. AND NEW YORK AVE. Capital: One flhllion Dollars Pays interest on deposits. Rents safes inmide Ergiar-proof Vaults. Acts as Admnis*trator, Execator. Tmustes. as, ja27-20d The American Building and Loan Association. 'Phone 2028. S07 0 street. S a.s.. to 5 p.m. Interest Paid on Deposits. LOANS MADE ON WASHINGTON REAL MTATR. .el0-Sm20 w. J. FRIor.. Secretary. MONEY TO LOAN 4% and 5% ON DISTRICT REAL MTATE. R. O.Iioltzman, selS..t,.. ............. w. OUR d0-PAGR, CEOTE-BOUNDILUTAD "Guide to Investors" "Daily Market Letter." A MO.T IALA As Do nrEo OR S0E, WE"O$ OEDBRR AL& WIS T&EESE -7ANCIAT Perpetual Building Association. Another Reduction of Interuu Charged to Borrowers. Be1*g the toortb eosseeUhe rteette huftag so emum at bhnes In twenty-en Foar bm" about 66 the changing eireumstances of time. Oa an launs aw being Made we are ealy ebsrisg st 4 Par Cent. and I uiorm ebrsge of $4wu far to pense. s2b. term , in coameetion with the gPtV6 l4ge of Paring off or at reducing the lon at a time ma ne km the ebosaiet and most d. venst. Our monthly statement for October of this YeaW showed: Assets. $2.353.3N.1i0. LiabLites. 42, 481.0. Surplus. $15.927.SS. Anl advanees are secured by drat dead at ted en dsirably leated leal estate. Inside the ZNp. trct ot ClamMa. We mae baaing eaN ad ebarge interest only as the money I used. and a en the whole advance until it is as taken. tha mVing comiderable during the oenestrectin. In a&. ditio to the interest on the wan we rgde gia Twymento on the advances as are convenient be the member to pay in redsctioe of the debt. We are paying a dividend of $10.000 or nW& eery month an Prots to Maembers on their seb. We pay 4 per cent per annum. Payable quarterly. We tabon any amont from $Ls to $6.000 from any one Member. Altbagb we eas requIre a notice for money to be withdrawn. ardl oArUy we pay on demand. Active busineas el. counts are not desired. but we allow a member f withdraw money once or twice monthly. We cannot Impress too strongly on the ett1ueng Of Washington the importanco of naving moe, to be ready for an emergency or for a more advas. tageOa investment. And we regard the Perpetuad as the best medium yet offered for saving msae and earning Interest theton, being the largeft hw stitution of the Lind In the District. and the mo" Saexible. OFFICE. NO 11TH 8T. ANDREW GLASS. Presidest. JOHN COOK. Secretary. Perpetual Building Association annual meeting Monday evening at 7 o-clock at offiep. No. 506 11th at. n.w. ANDREW GLASS, President. JOHN COOK. Secretary. nolS-tf -It's easy to save when you deposit your savings in a savings- account. Savings earit F,,, interest at the rRANcis u. SMITH. rate of AVIM M. 0THROP E. QUINCY SMI "6 V. V"&ee JOHN B. SLEMAN. Jr.. 3% 1 Sec. and Truss. SACKSON H. RALSTON, . G. KIMBALLAt And. $1 opens a savings account. Union savings Bank, Bond Bldg., 14th &N.Y.Av., nol4-20d THS RIGGS NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON. D. 0. Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $400,000. EKOHANGE ON ENGLAND. IRELAND. FRANOE AND GESMANM Letters of Credit AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PART. RANK COLLECTIONS. ORDERS FOR INVESTMRNT. STOCKS AND BONDS. .bh-tt.1 Enterprise Serial Building Association. SAFE AND CONS-RVATIVE. OlFVICW;ts: Maoe to loasat DavM Murp b.Presilt six per eas Jns. Ir. Keenaa. .Vice Pres. t.eesymn. j E Sba...Treamurer 1y Payments. KU Jae .Sen ... Secretary May he repaid n DIRDCTORN: ny time Ia." to K. igan,M. J. Reams hoe at tep Itas1r.98sn8CR T. T. Kenus. t= e bMe . a. B. Connein s B B. IAo* an ke J. T. Crowley. Robt. O'N~1I Ir d jr~is, KFIt ead John Quism. meoceametest*; W. H01tm!;: James Toolo. charged. Ngoning M. J. Colbert. Attorey meammn&e 611CRLTARY'S MUICE. 0,0o11=a1 ave. autfi Savings Bank -receives sasvings Is a -deposIts In OFFICERS. --soms of $1 3.F. Saul. -and upt and pays Predet. -Irterest at Autbony P -the rat o p vice AnR c S.e arkon $850 PerrAcre Ser veniet. Spalfo L Strees -A Fin R pE136tY A ve-a W.g B.c Creek Parko,y $8509PF Acreet elErrs WAndihtin Theherto thCK EKO is at21-t.1s fahiCAle sburaDet O CiTAD e. tsr nsnt. pca foorp1 eratcive Building ANDsCKia .1415 F2 Street. $180** Faing4s iners fromedatlo do GEO.2W KING Tret. Vermg ~,ilyees &mdt o I Batyorileimoe. thus Depsisa ubject UE. W.I. reensB. d Ne taork t Beosutis.