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THE. WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 'l0.: 1912.
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
TS RADIUM TERRORS
By Albert Dorrington
(Copyright, lilt, Fnnk A. Mwnsey Company.)
CHAPTER ITI. (Continwa.)
,-,. HAT man ha th Impudenco
ttTT of a rhinoceros," he JcUred.
I "If ever 1 E i on Ms trail 1 II
.. steady hU nerves wllh a om
of salt and unpowder-tha llttl. bea.U"
On their way to Blr Floyd Qariton'g
Bwtt'dSa- .. PrUr with
the Japanese nerve gpeclaliat, wm,
f.cke" InUened, hi. fac. to ".. win
dow of the ''nov,n.Sr,ni.h.V hu
until hi. companion nita "h J "
d..crlPtlon of Dr. TnrU, ,''";
ihi yde.l to laugh, in the lace of hla
"ita Jap. havebeen juylnt you.
m,nntf ' tin tlftC tared. BUI WIS UT.
?. ". rather rdueuu kind of a
..hk.hi.. aral I flODft.
Mehwick u atlint -a. the car
mi. n'rafairav aauarc. fne onver
pulled up at the addregg given by
r.."tr... 1J -.i.hn.n further ceremony
the tVomen ente7.d the nous, of the
famous ocullsL i......
Anthony Coleman had evidently no
lined Hlr Floyd Qarton. for after tho
brl&at Interval, the cm nentj oculist
joined them In hla eonaultlnf room. A
. imnhawk.faced man. with an abnor
' mat chin and brow, he appearedlnter
eited In Qlflord'g recital of hi. encoun
ter with the radium tnieve..
. The .liver .car on the youn de
tective', eyelid, wi uytfd ?,
.u..v.ln. .vam nation. Olfiora could
only feet the great man, present: aa
ha oat .till In the revolving chair
fS. nluuit flnaer. that tilted hi. slght-
leai face Into strange lltht-eatchlnit
angle. whUe certain mlrror-llned in
struments focuaed the retina of hi.
A treat .Hence came between phy
sician and patient, a .Hence that was
charged with life and death for Qlf
ford Renwlck. HI. mother had not
yet been notified of hi. adventure. She
rUU believed that ho was PunulMMs
vocation In the city. HI. ab.enoe from
home would In no way disconcert her,
laca hi. bu.lneu often took him aero.
Kurop at the moat unexpected time..
It waa the picture of thl. fray
haired mother that filled the black
chao. of hi. mind. Ha wondered, in
the waiting .Uence. whether they would
lead him to her a .trlcken and hppele..
derelict, or whether he would return to
her roof erect and. with hope In hi.
81r' Floyd Garaton remained tome
where at arm, length, a. tiny, .tejl
clad mirror In hi. right .hand. HI.
voice wa. .oft. yet In the first syllable
that escaped him Renwlck experienced
..1.1. ,7 ass aullW
'Whit you have told me I. truly re
markable." he Degan. .uaveiy. inure
are Indication, of eome radio-active
agency on your retina; Indeed, he
h?.th.4 mai-dedlv. aa though weigh
ing carefully the ceffct of Til. state
ment. "one I. compelled to admit that
norne poleonou. radio-active substance
ha. entered the eye Itself. The lid. do
not appear to have afforded any pro-
it-l't burned like everything." Ren
wick .poke through hi. .hut teeth.
"Do you know much about thl. radio
active element V he haaarded. blunt y.
The physician's word, came mory -tlnctly.
Qlfford thought, and It et him
wondering whether his question had
outraged the great specialist's dignity.
"l-I mean that it I. uch unknow
able .tuff," he added. "No one hae yet
declared anything about It. generative
q He felt Sir Floyd', hand on hi. brow,
and then the cool, pliant fingers on hi.
Hbnormal pulse. ...., ., .,.
"One muit not pre., top closely, the
Physician murmureu. "I am not con
cerned with nny radio-active theories.
A general diagnosis of Its effect, are
sufficient In the pre.ent In.tance.
"You think" M..r
"Ah! w mu.t have patience. Nature
I. a wonderful restorer If one ha. com
mand of one", self." o.,iw
"About a year, you think?" Renwlck
."VL - J V J...Vniu rial na
moments tne savsgo u"ir " -
"One' does not ere to predict. Sir
Floyd responded. "Mill. I shall be glad
to recommend you to an ophthalmlo
hospital. Your case. I fear will need
patience and courage. The o!dler roust
not quail under the knife." he added,
pushing aside hlo Instrument.. 'One
must attain n little of he Philosophy
which raises men above the assault, of
roiffoVndVroped"for hi. hat In the, hall.
-V' .......... ,l,rl.nA.. urnunA him lie
neard his mother's voice calling. Ho
u.i ....n.i m mutter a. few words of
thanks to Sir Floyd, and with a .Ick,
lonely feeling surrendered himself to
Tonv Hackett. .
"Vhy. you're not well. ' The little
detective held him In the hall with more
than hrotherly tenderness. "Heard
aometh ng nasty, en. nennji '"'l
outelde. The air of the street 1. better
thnn the perfume, of these execution
Renwlck w.s not given to violent at
tacks of self-pity, but down to the root,
of his manhood he felt an un.peakablo
horror of the shade.
Patience and courage! tflr Flovd a
words were tho .lock phrase, of JfSry
baffled surgeon ond specialist. What
courage could keep him from the gu fa
of despair, what patience smooth a llio
of blindness and premature decay?
Tony spoke words of consolation a.
, they gained the waiting car. "Don't
worry about Qarston'. verdict, my hoy.
He's pretty old, when you look at him
closely. Let's take a trip to the In-
' flrmary; the doctors there will fix you
li.n.i.i. nut no n nrotectlng hand.
"Not to an infirmary. Tony. I couldn't
,l"W,hyrt'Hacketf hand fell from
his shoulder; he "tared blankly at the
scared face of hla friend. "It's the
h.t ni.c for vou now. Renny. They II
. rf A.i. niinnHt. There's nothing e
' tween the mnrmnry and. going home
to mother." he added with a shrug.
"You won't go home until the London
k.l.al.. hni'. tnrnml VAU down."
"Qlfford raled hl head with the lerU
of a lashed steer. We have Mme.
Me.sonler." he said, huskily. "One
never can tell."
a .hn nviark'" Tnnv exclaimed
"I'll het she hasn t a diploma to ny
"I 'won't go to the Infirmary." Qlf
ford Insisted. "It Is full of blind peo
ple. There are ghosts of the dead In
side its walls. I should meet and
touch other blighted souls like myself.
I.won't go there, Tony."
Hackett swore under his breath, and
spoke to the chauffeur. . "The Messo
nler Institute, No. 11 Huntingdon street.
".We'll seo hat the lady Is like, any
how." CHAPTER IV.
The Meisonler Institute.
T-IG Meaaonler Institute atood out
in white relief against the gray
faced hospital adjoining. Within
Its spacious consulting-rooms
were suites of tea-green velvet) and
amethyst draptngs. A liveried servant
carried Clifford's card through a laby
rinth of mlrror-paueled apartments,
and returned with the Intelligence that
madame'e hours of consultation were
limited to the early morning. She
would not, therefore, see anyone.
"He good enough to Inform madame
Unit I came at the request of Dr,
tllfford's appeal was little more than
a suppressed cry. He could not under
stand the laws of medical etiquette
Which prevented a highly paid special
ist from seeing him at uhy hour. The
attendant again departed v. ith hla rats-
"C1 .',.vln' n,m 1" "tote of nervou.
.'tony Hackett settled himself com-
lortably on a. sea-green ottoman, hi
professional Instinct, agog at Dr.
JSFJ? tonIor woman Is worth
watching," he whispered to Qlfford. "If
(he Is In touch wllh Taarka, we might
uifford sighed wearily. Only one
thought lived In him now-to break
through the mountainous wall, of dark
ness and gain tho light of day, to be
come a living entity and not a human
The attendant returned full of apolo
gies, but .till austere. Madame wa. at
that moment conducting an experiment
In radio-magnetic. Hhe could not pos
sibly see them for another hour.
"Bound, callous and .tiff-necked,"
Hackett growled, "If we were a couple
of dukes," he added facetiously, "her
ladyship would come to u. In a purple
(lying machine, I'll uager. Deuce take
tho woman doctors!"
Henntck was considering hi. chances
of recovery. In the slk-ncu that followed
Hackett became absorbed In the mar
velous upholstering of the white-col-uinned
A glance at the spacious entrance re
vealed an intinitudo of beautifully
carved stonework. Above tho whlte
er.amclod doors, amid a perfect cloud
work of sculpture, leaned a robed
Christ with hands spread over the
blind figure of a naked man.
Hackett was struck by the mixture
of Hindu and Christian symbols In mod
elings and frescoes. Above the wide
stairs leading to madame's private
apartments were plaster, and replicas
of the Hindu gods Qanoesh and Hlvu.
A green bron.e statue of Buddha
stood In savage rllhouctte against the
Cnnst-tlgur. on tho landing.
Only a trained observer could have
picked out the remarkable negations In
the architectural feeling and design.
Tony Hackett, who possessed more than
the average detectives power of Imag
ination, marveled at tho weird group
ings of Hindu and Christian deities
It seemed to him aa though an Oriental
mind had planned the building of the
Madame came ut last. Tony, his arm
linked In hla companion'., followed the
liveried attendant Into a lea. apactou.
Hackett had expected to meet a lady
whose presence reflected the daxxllng
charlatanry of her surroundings. He
saw a white-haired, brllllant-eyed wom
an with Irresistible, child-like hands and
face. It was her race that puxxlcd and
set hi. brain at th. leap.
Why did young lady specialists wear
white wigs? he a.kod himself. He was
certain that th natural hair beneath
waa a golden red and brown.. A woman,
Tony argued, might build up her age oy
the use of false hair, but the eye of
youth was difficult ,of concealment.
Mme. Messonler's eyes were twenty
years old. By various trick, of toilette
and thA mntumtpr'a art. shn had almost
succeeded In making herself a dowager
Her glance passed irom jtacaen io
Qlfford Renwlck with unerring Instinct
"You desire to consult mo?" She
spoke with her hand resting lightly on
the back of a revolving cnoir mat
tilted forward toward a curiously de-
"Dr. Terlno Tsarka advised me to Me
you." Renwlck answered qultely.
"ur. Tsarxa. ' one repeaiea mi neuna
rs one trying to recall some long-forgotten
personality. "It 1. so hard to
remember these name.." she .aid at
last. "Peoplo come and go."
"Japanese nerve specialists are rare,
even In Ixndon." he prompted. "Per
haps It does not matter."
"Japanere?" She raised her hand
from the chair and smiled In recollec
tion. "He waa badly burned onee
through the burstins of an overheated
bulb. It is very flattering to be remem
bered by distinguished personalities."
"I .hall remember you, madame. If I
am ever again permitted to aee tho
llcht." Renwlck .poke with his face up-
"You have been elsewhere?" Her eyes
searchc-d the blind face, tho clear-cut
featnroH. thn bovlah mouth.
"To Blr Floyd Garston. He wa. not
enthusiastic about my chance.."
"One might as well go to the Pyra
mids." she declared. At a sign from her
Tonv led Clifford to Oie chair and. seat
ing 'him carefully, retired to a respect
A Continuation of This Story will
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Exclusive of extensive realty hold
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UUfiHOVH, 115; porters (colored), (IT; dleh
viaaTier,, yard men, waiters (European),
IM. 1011 N. Y. ae. N. W.
Rapid advancement and permanent posi
tion, to thoaa showing ability.
HECHT & CO.,
Ul-IT Tth at. N. W. -
COLORED SLATER'S LAUOHEn. Call be
tween T and I a. in. ui ouon. 2120 N at.
N. W. Jl
DRAKTINO TAl.'QHT AT NIOIIT: aim En
gineering and Speculation Writing. De
mand for good men. Write for Information
promptly. COLUMBIA BQHOOl. Or' DIIAFT
l.NU. loth and Q ata.. city.
Hurcei la adertl,lng; The Time, la the
DRIVEIt Colored, one who haa knowledge
of automobiles. Apply 731 lttTI at. N. W.
JUNIOR CLERK by banking Institution;
lata ajte and experience. Apply IlOX Id.
Tlmea office. ..
MEN to And nur advertisement In this paper
under XMAS HIKJOE8TI0NS.
JOHN WEDDF4H1U1IN CO., 414 F at. N. W.
MAN to atteml lo horaes In the aUbla. Naw
Jereey ne. end K N. W.
MAN Colored, handy with tool,, must be
strong and net afraid of hard work. Call
at atere Its F at. N. W. Bring reference.
MEN to learn barber trade; new system;
only few week, required; wagea after first
month: poaltlona guaranteed graduate,; write
fer catalogue. MOLEH'8 HARDER COL
LEOE. M7 nowery. New Tork city. 1
MEN'-Actlve, white, to clean wlndoeia. Ill
loth at. N. -W.. Id floor. Room I. e
PRESSER and run errands; ateady
MH llth st. N. W.
REOIBTEREO DRUQ Ct-ERKi every other
night oft: good pay: reference, B. M. WAC1.
NER A CO.. let and II N. W.
Are you ver t,n years of age? Do
yu want to have a .paying business
if yaur own after achool hours! D
you wsnt to show your father and
mother whst kind of stuff ou are
made aft Then start right now, by
getting yourself a Times route. Let's
Talk It over at The Times after acliosl
hours or on Saturday. Start where
meat of our greatest men etarled
Start today, now Is your .greatest
chance. Cal! at the Cfrculatfin De
partment of The Waablnglun Times
(day after school.
The Washington Tlmea will finance
you to start. All the capital you need
, th, willingness 'o v. oik.
WANTED Ilfight. active boys. II to 18 years
of sge, ss toy packers and parcel wrappers;
guod pay aaid splendid chance for promotion.
Annlv to II. W. H
iiy 10 II. IV. nbllAUH, WIIU UVUWM.1.
BERU'S, 7th and K sts.
WANTED THREE MEN
to take up our caursa between Monday and
Wednesday to prepare for good poaltlona.
Call at once.
TUB NATIONAL. AUTO t.UI.I.EUIC,
tth and O at. N. W.
Open till a p. m.
WANTED-Umoh, In Swedleh't men teach.
er. can or anareae J. u. hiuliu, oom
W, Treasury Dept.
YOlINd MAM with xnerlence
. aeparimeni. pir io mii. cuiin. a
llvery Dejt QOLDENBEHU'S, Jlh and K.
oepartmeni. aopiv io am. n
YOUNU MAN to learn bakery buatnaas; alao
one ..i help around bakery Apply UK D
at. .V' E. ..
Young men wanted be
tween II and 20 years of
ate aa eollcuors. Halary
and commlaalon. Mp!,n
did opportunity for aa.
7rea,lva men. Apply
IOOM 1X1 Munaey Uldg.
Mais nd Ftmals.
VAUOEVII.tE mualcal comedy act-On
Dutch comedian, one etralght, two end
men. blackface, for tnlmtrel part; 12 chorua
flrla. good alnserv. medium alee; tranaporta
tlon and roatuniee furnlaheil: good, steady
aalariea. fell quick today and evening, nil
O at. N. W. 1
Deslnner, and speed claanaa. Dally aeaalona
tu 4; every eanlnt T tn I. New mana
menti modern eouraea; aak for rate,.
utui.rfGnr, nuo wew totk Ave.
A.taa .Att.r.t A.u a. miAtlflB ntntU
on, Dutch romedlan. una atralaht. two end
men. mlnatrel part: twelve chorua girl', me
dium alee, atronc voice; transrmrtatlon and
coaiumaa rumitnea; gooa ateaay ,ai,rirH.
'all quick today and evening. 1114 M n.
N. w. i.
HOTBI, IIAKER, IU. HfnOES!) HOTEL
AUENCT, 103 10th It. N. W.
TAILOR Etperlenred or tallorea,.
at. N. W up,l,lr.
I'AINTER. paperhanser and plaaterer want,
work: room, Mpered, t: GO; painted, t?. H.
OOI.IiULATT. ia V at. B. VV, l'bona Main
1I1U1IE8T CAKH price paid for worn cloth
ing: either ladlea' or gentlemen',; ,enl
n&.l. -uii, .all n n..nuni.-a vt .t. .
rw. -.,! ) M. intWIlBD, V .... .
N. W. 1'hont North .
llOUflKKERPERA Thla wk. nrdlnftrv win.
dowfl iBtrtlr ctnd, ftc ca.: floor wated.
poiiHnra, ti.nea. varnunen. rennunea. I'M
Ul. KLLIOTT, 1100 U N. W. 1't.ona N. ZKt,
WANTIvU rui-nltur lor cub. Mil your
voodt to th mivn who tv you fho moit
monty iiurwiiou, im ona k.
tun uawikv bun ajpn mviTf tub
houehoi'd (oodfl and mrehandto of all
kinds. Entire con tent a bought. D. NOTES,
iu la, ava. m. m
DAVISON'S. Prof. A Mre., T19 (th ,t. N. W
LAteat dancea taught any hour: claee anl
daoce, Tue. ava Ph. M. 44M Aaaembly
dancea Thure. A Pat, eve.. Nat. Hlflee Arni'y.
I'Kor. WYNDIIAM. Ill mh nw.. teachea all
dancea: leaaen K I for 13.00; private any
hour; claas snd dance 7:10 Sat. Main Mil.
WArTHINOTON'H new dancing atudla. Ml,,
Chappelear. 1411 q nw,.l ittaoiia 4Z.I0: Span,
lah. lloeton. all lateet dance,; private leaeen
any hour. Phone North IM4 ,
MDME. COULTER. 4M M at. N. W. If )ou
can walk I ran teach ou to altt: leaasna
any time, roc: claarea every Tuewlay ce.
MISSES CHAMRERLAIN AND COUB'S
DANCING SCHOOL 100 Eye at. nw. Social
Dancea Eery Man, at Arcade. Ph. M. JtU.
PRIVATE DANCINO SCHOOL
Only One Ttught at a Time.
Lateet Dancea Polk Dan.
Beiaacv Theater, top Soor. Belect. M. MM'T.
The time to advertle la now.
OLOVER'S. Ill 8d eL N. W. Pli. leaaooa,
Met waits A l-atep guar. In I leaaons: claaa
and dance Tua.. Thure.. Sat. eve., 10c; ball
roem fur rant, M. Orchaatra. Phana w. ilia
KOR SALK"r'aultleB" Houtians; thi.
strain hai lwcn egg-brpd from trap-
nest record, since April, 1H90; I havi
bred tlieru ill year, for trrcat lajcrs
and 12 years for larcesio rhalk-whito
ejr(5; tlieee fowl, are extremely banly,
nave ncltnrr comn nor wuttio to irecze,
and arc tbe best all-winter layer, in
open-front coops; "Faultless" strain
lloiidans have won every blue ribbon
at New York, Boston, Chicago, and
Philadelphia show, for past xl yours;
egg and stock sold on honor; send 10
cents for the largest illustrated poul
try catalogue ever Istued; it tells you
how to breed their fowls; which aver
age 230 eggs a year apiece; it tell, you
how to net 3.000.00 a year from loo
hens. E. F. Macavoy, secretary liou
dan Club, Cambridge, X. V.
WILLIAM W. SAUNDERS.
JUpert tuner and teacher of olanJ tuning.
114 Rock Creek Ch. road
AI.RERT KAIII.ERT A CO.,
Improved Steam Carpel Cleaners.
lit Mar land ave. S. W. Phone Main
SEAN'CE Tuea. and Thure. eves.. I n. m.:
readings dally; raada for entertainment, :
AnacoeUa cars. Mrs. K, Roth. 700 Ith S. B.
MRS, HENKLE Try thla gifted aiedlum nn
late and business otiirs, tntntal and spirit
ual healing, lira. 1 to A 11 4th at. ae. L. :M9.
MADAI.1NB t:URTIN, MEDIUM HEAI.En.
403 4th it. N. E. Private reading, dally;
developing clMsee: circle Wedntaday eve., I
o'clock. Phono Lincoln MIT M. e
MRS. O'KRIEN. Medium; reading W rent,;
hours from 1 to I o'clock evenings. 110 4th
St. 8. E. -
m mMMfB tO
Frl.. S n. m. sharat
message to eacn; aauy reaainga. attt.
MALTDY. KIT Mb Vernon P' N.W,
Hidden Proverb Contest
Miss HELEN CHASE
J. T. RUDY, Jr.
Sunday Answer "All Is Not Gold That Glitters."
Upon presentation of our letter of notification to The
Times Office, Room 727, Munsey Building, the tickets will
be delivered. These tickets were purchased and paid lor by
The Washington Times.
Remember that four reserved seat tickets to Chase's
Theater will be awarded every day for some time to come.
! So if you don t win today
1 TRY AGAIN
1 You will find the contest very
t tive, and a genuine pleasure
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
We ..ovo To Our New Building
EVERY PIANO MUST BE SOLD.
WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS.
We Are Offering Them at Prices
Special Prices in Upright Pianos:
1 Any AlatlA fl.llverari on Mvmnt nf flo.
uaoier upn.fni ,.,wii ,bv; now
iferrar up'ispi wsa sew; now
Rrarfhnrv tmrTt.e mrmm itM! now
Chlekerlne .inelvhl bb VMl now MM
Kimball updght was IIM: now IIU
Khonlnier aprtgtit wss MO; now ISA
Ludwlg ...,..." wsa ttoo; nowitu
Ivers A Pm.l , was I4M; now trt
Kimnail upright waa swot now roe
Auterlan ..". waa MM; now !U
Pianola , was KM; now 27
Demonetratlna Player waa KM; now UTI
Muale Rolls Uxchanged Regardless of Where
O STREET. AT UTH. N.
VOK HALE Very handsome bed room aulta.
aolden oak. with anrlna and mattress 124.
cost lit; ,sve money.
uuy at iiurwuuu a.
Ith and K.
ITALIAN HATU'-Double actlonl perfacl
rondltlonl coat MOO; sell POO cash. VIOLIN
HOSPITAL Ith and A ,1s. N. E. Phone
POIl HAI.E-PIno. rare bargain. In beauti
ful upright grand piano, mahogany case,
like new: hlsn-arade Inatniment. Imnroved
French reDeatlna actlonl only IliS caahl coat
eto. e7 r w. w !
A IIEAUTIUUL black Huaalan wolf sat. larife
ahawl and pillow muff, HI; laleat atyla and
new; very showy and will last a liletlma.
jk'a uv. Time ornce.
GOOD BUTTERMILK 5c GLASS.
Net sour milk kind. IM Center Market
BK SURE OP THE RIOIIT PLACE. IOC
JOHN R. HOPKINS. STAND lafO
KOH SAr.E-Hall nek. golden oak. I:: CO,
ookt tali! alen m.nt.l rahln.t .nit
HMO. toat II&: save money.
Uuy at HOI-WOOD'S.
Ith and K
LIGHT CAItRIAOE for aale;
Ith it. N. K.
POH HALB-U stoves, naw and allehtly uaed:
10 ahow caeee: 1 upright plan, cheap: aava
Uuy at IIOPvVOOD'S.
sth and K.
ONE NEW CARACUL COAT.
BT. N. E.
BHVKMAL very handsome evening gowns;
lung pony skin cost. w llth st. K. W.
SEWINO MACHINE BARGAINS.
Ill Dros Leaf Slnaer tll.M
Itll Drop Head Hlnger IIAM
tie Wheeler A Wll.on tll.M
New Hewing Machlnee. II down and Mo
week. Cleanlos. tec. Open evenlnre.
II. It. GIVEN. !! Pa. ave. S E. Phone.
The Tlmea' advrrtlecrs never find cauee for
1-OU SALK-rhlna clotet (new),
aampla III SO. regular price
Ruy at HOPWOOD'S.
Mh and K.
WHEN IN DOUBT CONSULT
The Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant.
STUDIO. 11 UTH ST. N. W.
Truthful In her prediction, reliable In her
advice: without aeklnc a oueatlon aha will
tell yuu the object of your call, giving namee
or irirnoe. reiaiivei. ana actual recta con
cerning your life and rlrcumatancev which
you know to be absolutely true.
The Madame will refuee to accept any lie
uiueae ana givea tne uimoat aauaiacuoa.
Consulting CLAIRVOYANT. PSYCHIC,
PALMIST. LIFE. AND CARD READER.
Her MAItVKUlUH POWERS and WONDER
FUL HI'CCKrIH are attested by the great
number of Battened patrnna. Her Inalght Into
all mattera hue, courtship, speculation, mar.
rlage, itUorce. real eetate la clearer, her
advice more accurate and reliable than any
you ha ever consulted.
CAHLKTTA APTtf.. 113 Bye at. N. Wj
BRING THIS WITH YOU.
M C at. N. W.-For ae consult the oracle
of human destiny. Learn what lo da and
how to aucceed In health, love and prosperity.
ANNINI ANDRINI, J.-
FAMOUS MADAM FIELD,
th worM'a ItatUnr clalnoygint. palmlit an4
rrd rraJr of New York, late of Ntw York
r cirytlilnc In bialoeM. Iov od mar
rUg.6. 475 N ST 8. W.
U DAV AMERICA'S leading oalmlat
t- iwvll and card reader. Cenault thla
gifted clalrvoiant on Luaineaa. love, mar
rlage. changee. speculation, lit New Tork
ave. N. w. cloeed on Bunder. Basement.
Ladies, 25c. Gents, 50c
Palmist.Clairvoyant, Card Readings
Raada your Ufa from cradle to grave. Telia
how to make ewcetheart or lov er true. Give
lull aerrcl how to control or charm any n
you love or meet. He cures all kind, of
nyitenoua or unnatural slcknssa, remaraa
pells, gives luck. Hours 10 e ,'m. to I p. m.
Clued Sundaya. 104 North Fairfax at. Alex
y 11 No leltera answered. a
PIIOF. riTZlillRALD. Noted Clairvoyant,
I'ulinlal, future, courtship, marriage, and
buslntas. aatlsfacllun guaranteed. Til Eya
St. N. W. e
late of Baltimore. Scientific Card Reader,
batlsfacllon guaranteed or money refunded.
CASTRO im k at. n. w.
u,i""u Over Fruit Store
Olvaa help tn all lov and
ORIOINAL OYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told, SOc.
Open Nights. l?a Ith at. N.
WORKINUMEN-Chrleimaa and the pocket
tMH'k dn not nlua), agree, but. bully gee.
vWit ibm't ou n-e thla slock slightly uiu-d
suits nnd otircoats. 13 to tH: aura to aava
meh to euimlv presents for the family; one
price. JUSTll'tf OLD STAND. 419 P. 1-
ITflW ABOUT DIRTY WINDOWS?
LU TV white Help. Moderate Price.
LEON u. laiiuun
Ca, UI a sL N. W
Acme window Cteaalnt
rMw m. liasv am
entertaining and very instruc-
instead of a task.
J"PT,J'"l"i"l"J"i"l" "I'T 1"JI,I"J"I"JJJJJJJ.
E. CAP. ST., Ils-large connecting aotithern
etsoaed room, ootwelie Library; conveni
ent to car line,.
A ST. N. IS.,'ll-Two nlca large ronms, mod.
cm imprptementsi coioreoi enania.
P HT. N. W.. Ml Fine wall hailed front
rcom, fie per mo.: I at h; nieaia it aceir-i.
3D ST. N. VV., ni-Nlcaly furnlahed frunt
roonie. aentlemen. ll.oo. Ill nam nouee
5D ST. N. XV., TM-Two bright well bested
front rooms; light housekeeping ; reasonable.
PA. AVE. N. V 41-11.80 per week atid
up. .team heat. 1
TH ST. N. VV.. 11K-Nlcely furnlahed front
room, bay window; wall heated: Id floor:
reasonable; leo other mom,. '..
EYE HT. N. W.. IDSH-Several nicely fur
nlahed rooms; nrat fluori aultable for I. h.
k: reaannahl. 1..
10TH ST. N. W.. IIM-Two nicely furnlahad
front roonia, aultable for I. h. k.i wall
heated; all conveniences; reaeonable; also
irtVINU ST. N. VV 1444-Knur rooma. nice
ly furnlahed, with bath: aultable for Cn
gresinsn; convenient lo Ml. Pleassqt cere.
PA. AVE. N. W KW-Lovely, aunny, warm
room,; strictly modem; Baa location; opp.
Hotel. Itatee to permanenta. !
K HT. N. W.. Ks-well fiirnUhed rooma,
board If dt aired; very reaeonable; all con-
UTH HT. N. W tfl-Furnlshed roema, mud
ern Improvements: II. M to H; epposits
MD. AVE. N. E., ta-Larg room, adjoin
ing bath: private family! phone L. IIM!
C ST. 8. E., HI Most deelrable rooms, block
of Capitol; modern Improvements. Phone
Mnc. juoi. r-
ITH HT. 8, E.. MT Two front rooma, fur
nlahed 1. h. k.: water In rooma; hot water
Und ST., Ill-Second floor front bed roem.
II month; l weekly; "5c day: fine new
UTH ST. 8. E., ItZ-Two completely fur.
nlshed room, for houaakeepligi newly
papered; gaa range: targe porch; 2nd floor;
110 per month; reference.
B hT. N. EV
lie Two communicating rooma;
auiiaoie lor coapie.
Ird HT. N. W., Ilt-Nlcely furnished rooms
for gentlemen or light housekeeping.
NEW JBHBEY AVE. N. W., lOKFor heuaa
keeping, I completely furnlahed modern
front rooma: gaa range; adulte.
PA. AVE. N. W
rooma. bath, heat and gaa,
k. If de-
A. AVE. H. E . Mil Three adjoining rooma.
nicely furnlahed, Including bath, wall heat
ed. aultable for couple.
ITH ST. N. W Hos-Comfortabla well fur.
nlrhed single room, second floor; gentleman
E ST. N. W M-8eeral nicely furnlahed
well healed room,; all convenlencea: near
all car Ilnea; reasonable. e
II ST. N. W., Ill-Furnlahed room 11.50 up;
L HT. N. W., llll-Dealrabla room, large
warm, light, scrupulously clean, southern
eipoaure: adjoining bath: phone: to.
10T1I ST. N. W., Ill-Front rooma. 2nd and
3d floor: ateam heat: hot water.
EYE 8T. N. W., ll:l-Nlce!y fur. room,,
with or without beard. ,.
ID ST. N. W., IH-Two large bay window
front rooma, furnished complete for house
keeping; steam heat; reasonable.
ITU ST. N. W.. ill-Lug front room. Ird
floor front: hot water heat; gentleman, or
housekeeping If desired. 1..
IITH ST. N.
VERMONT AVE N. W.. 1024-Newly fur
nished rooma. single or en suite: ata
bacheler quarter I eacellent tabl boar, e
ITH ST. N. W.. liti-S nice Urge unfur.
,wuv, au .., .w,, ,, w..a, ,vu,,u.v.
ITH ST. N. V m-Klat I rooma; hot water
heat; reference required. .
ID ST. N. W., Ht-Three.rooe, flat. Sd floor;
heat, gaa, and bath; no objection to call
IRD ST. N. E.. MN-Bcklngtnn Two Urge
bright rooma, housekeeping; 110 per montrt.
ITH ST. N. w.. U04-Third story, front;
with board: eery reasonable: for two 1..
SND ST. N. W.. K-Second floor of : roonia
and bath, beat and gaa. cheap to nlca peo
CHEVY C1IAHE Four er alx rooma; porches;
yard; private bath and kitchen; Ana loca
tion: 130. Phono Cleve. tW M. a
ITH 8T. N. W.. Ill-One large and two .mall
rooms, light housekeeping.
MASS. AVE. N. W.. UT-Larg front par
lor, well heated; large claaet; reaeonable.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Fumiilied er Unfurniihid.
C ST. S. W.. IMS-Large heated room;
bath. 2d door. It month.
TH ST. N. K Ill-Four rooma and bath;
neat ana gaa; rurnianeq or unturnieneq.
ROOMS AND BOARD
ID ST. N. E.. KB Furnished rooms, with
good board; home cooking. Phone L. no.
P ST. N. W.. Ill Wall heated front room.
with board, 13 per week; also smaller
ITH BT. N. W.. 1104-Brlght front room with
bay window; aleo hall room; home cooking.
O BT. S E.. US Large well furnished
rooms, convenient to navy yard; excellent
tame uoara. l.
IITH HT. N. W 30M-Oentlemen boarder
for large room; best section or cltv; all
PA. AVE. S. E 1101-Two furnlahed rooms
with board: southern exposure; two men;
IS each. ..
L ST. N. W.. KD-Nlcely furnlahed rooma
wllh hoard; aouthern exposure.
TH ST. N. W.. ;r-Rooms nnd board, 13;
table boartl IJ 80; I a. m. breakfaat. a
MASS. AVE. N. W (near Union station
and Capitol) Best accommodation. In city
for roopia and board: ratca reasonable;
transients accommodated. I
N. W., 937 Purnlehed rumns.
rates reasonable. 1.
WANTKD-Slngle room by young man In
good employ, near Georgetown Law School;
nil) pay well for a go-Jd room. BOX tOS,
Tlince office. I
L ST. N. W., 13H-Can accommodate few
guest. In well appointed horn. Telephon
m not. i..
K HT. H. 12.. 003 Tabic board, with privato
family. M per week. 1..
HHECIAL CUT HATE rainless Dentlstry
tli full set r teeth (pearl white), 11(1; 110
full aet of teeth (Ivory finish), VM: IS full
tet of treth (double suction), 4 50. Gold
crowns and llrldgewnrfc. 13 up. Extraction
und Cleaning Pree. I'AlNLEUH DENT1HTS,
Cor. "th A l' el,. Entrance, ISO V at.
PIANOS FOR RENT
PIANOS FOB KENT.
High-grade. 1'lanoa at special prices: MM
Maynard, IIM; UOU Kohlar A Campbell. tleO;
IIOO Stelnway, I3C0, slightly used upright. Ills,
huqo wonca. U10 O N. W.
Ol'KICE Or" THE COMMlSRIONHrtS OP
THE DISTRICT OP COI.I'MHIA. Waablng
ton, December I. 1812 Healed proposals will
be received at thla office until two o'clock p
m , December lTlli. 101-'. for furnishing and
delivering 3,200 reel circular mil lead cable,
tor um! in the Hewer Department, this cltv.
HroclfU'atinns and form of proposal may be
obtained Irom the Purchasing Officer. D. C.
CUNO II. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON.
WILLIAM V. JUDSO.N. Commissioners, u. C.
Tlios. j.,4jwttni ttnpsr
TRtJHTEEH' SALE OK DWKLLIKO rio. t!
JI3 HBVENTUR.S'TII HTItEET . IS, - '
w .triuv oi certain ueeu of 'trull duly
recorded. In Liber No. Kit, Pallv 417 el int..
v, ... M...U wiua ui ma iiietnci of Co
lumbls, and at the reauest or ih. um
aecuied thereby, the undcralsnad im.iu.
will af-ll, at public auction. In front of the
premier,, on WEDNESDAY, THE ItTIf
HAY OP DECEMBER, A. D, Mil, AT
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M . th. rolln.i.'. ?.
scribed land and premleee, alluate In the
Dlatrlct of Columbia, and designated as
snd being Lot Numbered 47, In J. Item
UmIhw.. lu4lwllM . i ... .Z. -V1"
.-..... . .,... ...v., w mhi, in oquara
IMT, aa per plat recorded In User IT. Polio
IM. of the records of the surveyor's office
for the Dlatrlct of Columbia, together iiih
TERMS OP SALE: Sold subject prior
deed of Iruat for H.400, balance one-half
caah, and remainder In one ear. A deposit
of 1100.00 will ,be required at time ef salt.
All tonveyanclng, recording, ate., at rati
of purchaser. Terms of aale to be com.
piled wllh within fifteen daya from day of
JAM Kg l KAIMIICK.
. JOHN C. DAVIDSON.
THOS. J. OWEN A BON. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' KALE" OP FRAME DWELUNO
ON SHERIDAN AVENUE; ANAOOS.
TIA, D. C.
BL.v'.r,.u - eartaln deed of truat duly
recarded In Liber Mtf. at folio I at aeq.. n
of the land record, for the District of Co
lumbla, and at the reauest of the aertv
Mrured.. thereby, the undersigned trusteea
will eell at public auction In front of the
premises on FRIDAY, THE IITH DAY OP
DECEMBER, lltl. AT THREE O'CLOCK
P. M., the fallowing deecrlbed land and
Premleee situate In the Dlatrlct of Columbia;
j ... ii. vri w, in nuniovrra ir, in sec
g inat part or !.ot numbered II. In ,ec-
T of the subdivision known ss Ilarry ,
n. as per Plat thereof In the euneyor'e '
a for aald Dlatrlct, beginning for the
office for aald Dlatrlct, beginning for the
aald part of skid lot at the north comer ut
aald kit II. and running thence In a aouth-
eaaterly direction along Sheridan Aienue a
distance of M feet; thence aouthweaterly by
and with a Una parallel with the north
weetarly Una of aald lot II to a point la law
tear Una of aald lot: thane riortbweeterlF t
in, wear, corner or aaia let and thence with
the northweat Una of aald let te place of be
ginning. TERMS All cash over a prior deed ef trust
amounting to about IKO.Oo. MOO 00 depaalt
required. Coaveianclng, etc, at purchaser',
oaet. Sale to be closed within fifteen day,
er dtpoelt forfeited.
JAMES r. BUNDY.
THOMAS DOWLINO dt CO.
On Wednesday. December llth. Ml:
o'clock p. in.. I will sell at public auction at
v Yard. Delaware Aenue
ana venal street H. W the fallowing ce
damned property: About HI rlneet bowls a
b. w., tne fallowing can-
tanks with Iron snd brass pipe: Insulate!
copper wire, nre estlngulahere. plan... sate,
blcvclea, lantarna. shovels. Iron beds snd
bedding, clocks, atovea. carpeta. chain, etc.,
etc. Terms: Caah at time of sale. Material
to be. removed within nre (I) daya from data
of aala. Failure te w remove, It will be
come forfeited to the Dlatrlct Government
snd the Purchaalng Officer will dispose or
same ss be msy deem to the beat Intsres:
of the Dlatrlct. By order Commlsslonsre.
M. C. HARGROVE.
Purchaalng Officer, D. C.
K. II. THOMAS, P. II. MARSHALL,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding a dlatrlct
court. In re the opening of an alley In
Square Kl. In the District of Columbia.
Dlatrlct Court. No. lOSI.
Notice la hereby given that the Commis
sioners of the District of Columbia, pursu
ant to the provisions of Sections lfft el e'u ,
of the Code of Laws for the Dlatrlct of
Columbia, hate filed a petlUon In thla court
praying the condemnation of the land neces
sary for the opening of an alley In Square
MT (bounded by North K street. North I
atreet. Uaat Tenth atreet, and East Eleventh
alreet), In the Dlatrlct of Columbia, aa
shoan on a plat or map filed wllh the aald
petition, as part thereof, and praying also
that a jury of fire Judicious, dlslnterntol
man. not related lo any person Interested In
theae proceeding,, and not In the service or
cmplovment of the District of Columbia, or
of the United mates, he summoned by tho
United Stales Marshal -fa the Dlatrlot Bf
Columbia to aaseaa the damage each owner
vt UM to be taken may sustain by reeson
of the opening of aald alley, and th con
demnation of the land necessary for th
purposes thereof, and to aeaeaa the benefit;
-"-" ...-..w.,,, .iiwmuim uie rxpvnses
of theae proceeding,, as provided for In and
by the aforesaid Code of Laws. R Is, by
the court, thla loth day of December. A. D.
111!. ORDERED that all persons having
any Interest In theae proceedings be. and
tney are hereby, warned and commanded to
appear In thla court on or before the 10th
day of January, A. D. 1911. lo nvin-k
a. m., and continue In attendance until th.
court ahall have made Its final order rati
fying and confirming the award of damagee
and the assessment of benefits of the Jury to
be empaneled and awom herein: and It la
further ORDERED that a copy of thl, notice
and order be published once In the Washing
ton law Reporter, and once In the Washing,
ton Evening star, the Washington Herald,
The Washington Tlmea. and the Waahlngt.m
Post, nen ,apere published tn the said Dla
trlct. before the aald 10th day of January,
A. D. Ill J. It la further ORDERED that
a copy of this nodes and order be served
by the United States Marshal, or his depu
"..".V "V0" ucn ' th owner, of the fee
of the land to be condemned herein aa may
be. found by the aald Marshal, or hla dept)
ties, within tbs District of Columbia before
the aald 10th day of January, A. D. HIS.
.2., AaopJ- s?Hto
U. H. THOMA", AND Ji. PltANCIS
IX THE RUPREUE COURT OP TUB rIB.
C?uI,'?T ?Z g.M'.BI- !&Sl VBIitrl,
KJi".?1' TI!S Wlsbmnt of bulla
Ing line, on lha south, slds of Park Road. be.
tween llth and llth atresia. Northwaet. and
??.i.U" n.or,.,!.,l', of Kanyon Street, between
Hth and llth streeta. Northwest. In the
District of Columbia. District Court N.
Notice U "hereby given that the commie
alonera of the District of Columbia, pursuant
lo the provisions or an Act of Congress ap
proved June SI, 1M. entitled "An Act pro
1"! 5F ,0 xt" tablUhmnt or a uniform
build Ing line on atreeta In tha Dlatrlct of Co
lumbla, less than ninety feet wide." hev
filed a petition In this Court praying the
condemnation of the land necessary fer tha
establishment of uniform building lines on
tho south side of Perk Road, between 13th
and 14th Streets. Northweat. md nn th. north
'aide of Kenvon Street. hetwn itih Bn.i nth
K?'eeta, Northwest, In th District of Co-
lumna, as shown on a plat or map fl'ed with
the ald petition, a, part thereof, and pray
ing als.j that a Jury of five Judicious, dis
interested men not related to any person In
terested In these proceedings and not In tha
en Ice or emplojment of tha District ot Co.
lumbla, or of tha United States, tn sum
moned by the United State, Marshal for the
District of Columbia to asaeea th, damages
each owner of land to be taken may sustain
by reason of the establishment ft said unl-
.uii.i uunuiiiif iitia. wi in. i9um sloe 'i
Park Road, and on the north aide of Kenyan
Street, for which thla proceeding haa been
Instituted, and th condemntlon of the Und
necessary for tha purposes thereof, snd to
nssesa us benefits resulting therefrom th, en
tire amount ot aald damage. Including the
expense, of theae proceedlnga upon the land
in tne aquare in wnicn said ouiioinx tints
are to be established In th aquare, con
fronting said aquare aa provided for In and
by tha aforesaid Act of Congress. It Is by
the Court thl, Ith day ot Dacember. A. D.
13i:, ordered that all persons having any
Intereat In the,, proceeding, be. and they
aro hereby warned and commanded to ap
pear In thl, court on or befor tbe Ith day
ot January, A. D. 1113. at ten o'clock A !.
and continue In attendance until the Court
shall have made IU final order ratifying and
confirming the awrrd of damage, and in
assessment of benenta of the Jury to b
empaneled and aworn herein, and It l furth
er ordered, that a copy of this notice and
order be published once In th, Washington.
I.aw Reporter and on alx aecular da In lb
Washington Evening Star, The Washington
Times and the Washington Post, newspaper,
published In the ld District commencing
at least ten day, before tho ,ald Tth day ot
January. A. D. ISIS. It la further ordered,
that a copy of thla notice and order be served,
by the United State, Marshal or lit, deputies,
upon such of the owner, of the fee of the
land to be condemned herein as may ne
found by the sj,ld Marshal or his deputise
within tho District of Columbia and upon
the tenants and occupanla of tho aam befor
tho said Jth day of January. A. p. IJ13.
Seal). AHIILEY M. OOUI.D. Justice. A
true copy. Test: J. n. YOUNO, Clerk. By
P. E. CUNNINGHAM, Assistant Clerk.