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THE WASHINGTON 'TfMESi WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 'Hit
r.THE TIMES DAILY SERIAL STORY
PI7 A R R n II BvV J- AUBREY TYSON
JL IZ il VJL VV M.L (Copyright. Tha Frank A. Munwy Co.)
Synopsis of Chapter Already Published
Benor Roderlgo Qutxores,'caIls on Jamss
Bparhawk. a civil engineer, with a propp
fuon tq build a railroad from Valo.
the Republic of Quincatan. In South
America, to Ban Fellcldad. the capital.
lie atarti, accompanied by William Hand
ler, Tom Connerton, HcCann, hli offlca
boy, and Bam Young. On the way down
they have the, company of Colon! Mos
quera and hla niece, Miss Webiter, but
the acquaintanceship la (light Arrtvea
at Valo they are welcomed by Jose Go
marra, aecretary of the governor. They
find Valo a terrorised community In which
the governor la absolute. They make the
acquaintance of a condemned man named
Heredla. who had to give hlmaelf up to
death next morning. He ia In company
of a horribly disfigured lriend named
Hemingway, an American.
Sparhawk determlnea to rave Heredla.
and- aenda a note to the governor ad
Tiling blm.to postpone the execution
until he has had an Interview with him.
Hie answer la an Invitation to the placo
f execution at daybreak. Later he la
awakened by a noise In his room. It
proves to be Miss Webster (or Miss carl
ton), who has come to seek her friend,
the former 'occupant of the house, not
knowing about Sparhawk' tenancy. She
Is In need of protection Irom the govern
or, who haa announce! hla Intention ol
marrying her. Bparhawk proposes to bar
that, temporarily, and for purely buslnesa
purposes, be shall marry her himself, the
marriage to be annulled when the danger
To this she finally conaents, and they
are married by Hemingway, who !s a.
clergyman. Bparhawk and his friends
then set out to save Heredla. They meet
Don Antonio tbe governor .and at the
point of a rifle he la persuaded to post
pone the execution, dismiss hid escort,
and accompany Bparhawk to the engi
neer's bouse. The first person h meets
there Is the lady who Is seeking to es
cape him and who la Introduced to him
now as Mr. Bparhawk.
CHAPTER XV (Continued) .
" "ITHER you will rollevo mo of
L the presence of Senor Con-
j nerton, or you will direct
Mm to . put into execution
your threat to bavo me assassinated.!
The privileges I have granted to you
and your friends and the verbal agree
ment which I am about to incorporate
In this letter to you I will not revoke,
so long as you restrict your attention
to your dutlos as chief engineer.
"We have talked much together, and
I think we understand one another. I
will deal with you fairly, but hereafter
I will be Governor of Valo in fact as
well as In name. While I am writing
the letter you will have ample time to
come to a decision."
He turned abruptly and started oft in
the direction of the companlonway that
led to his cabin. At a nod from Spar
hawk, Connerton followed.
Left to himself. Srmrhawk naced
thoughtfully to and fro, as the gov-.
ernor had done. He saw that he was
confronted with a crisis. Don Antonio
was Dlavinir his last card. In nlaln
words, he had demanded his liberty or
Despite the governor's recent geniality
ana apparent sincerity sparnawK a dis
trust of the man was in no degree
diminished. He was nerfectly well
aware that Don Antonio's conduct
would be dominated by self-interest.
and that as soon as he was set at lib
erty the Americans might be made to
feel the power that was his In the
southern districts of Quincatan.
Bat was It not possible that the Gov
ernor suspected that it was to his in
terest to cultivate their friendship, for
the present at least? Quexores dourt
less was still In the United States.
placing Callstar bonds, and Don An
tonio naturally would hesitate to do
anything that would excite the suspic
ions of American investors until Quex
ores had completed his task. Sparhavtk
was confident that his references to his
relations with those Investors and to
the leakage of news from Valo had not
been without 'some effect.-
Glven his liberty, Don Antonio might
succeed in. getting the Americans in
such a' position as they had succeeded
in putting him. Taking a leaf from
Bparhawk s book, he might place rifle
muzzles nt the heads of tho Americans
and attempt to compel them to send
favorable reports of Callstar conditions
to American investors.
On the other hand, not only was Don
Antonio Portllla an official of the Calls
tar Company, and as such one of the
employers of Sparhawk and his com
panions, but he was governor of one of
the provinces of Quincatan. Don Anto
nio's will was the law of Valo, and Valo
was isolated from the outside world. In
some respects Moreno was similarly
situated, for Bparhawk had been In
formed that It had neither a postal nor
n telegraph service.
But foreign vessels entered Its port
and by means of these it was posslHo
to net into communication with San
Fellcldad and the United States. Helns
here, he could not offer tho eamo Jus
tification for his detention of the gov
ernor that he was able to offer for his
action In Valo.
If he wero to offer violonce to the gov
ernor now, what would be his defense?
Though he was acting in the interest
of the American bondholders, such ac
tion was entirely voluntary. Tho Calls
tar Company had engaged his services
ai civil engineer, and had furnished
transportation for himself an1 party.
He was not legally entitled to any
other recognition on the part of tho
Callstar officials then as its paid em
ploye. It was plain that whatever lsw
there was In Quincatan was on the side
of Don Ar.tonlo.
Sparhawk knew that hereafter Dun
Antonio world tolerate him only be
cause he feared tho effect of tlu com
munication of Ma sosplclons to In
vestors In the United States. He was
reasonably certain, however, that what
might have happened In Valo would not
The governor had passed through thu
period when his blind rage might havo
resulted in en urder for the death of the
Americans. No matter how gieat his
anger against them might ba In tho
ruture, no was scarcely likely to subject
them to violence.
There was not tho lightest doubt in
Bparhawk's mind that Don Antcnlo in
tended to misapply the funds that had
been collected by Quexores In the
United fc'tates. and the enpineiM was
resolved that he would use every means
in his power to thwart such a pur
rose. But it was clear that, for a time
at least, the flcht nr.uBt bo diplomatic,
rather than physical,
Don Antonio, by granting tho conces
sions whlih Sparhawk had asked, was
sow In a position to assert that he had
manifested every evidence of good faith.
Naturally the governor would be dis
inclined to reveal the manner in which
these concessions had been wrung from
him, for such an admission would re
sult in loss of prestige among those
who stood In awe of him.
It was equally clear that It would be
impolitic for Sparhawk to make any
such revelation, because by doing so he
would be admitting that they were ob
tained by duress, and tho laws of near
ly every country In the world 'provide
that contracts and all other forms of
agreement made under duress are to be
regarded as void.
Once, while he was engaged in Ills
analysis of the situation, a thought of
.Barbara came to him. What effect
would the release of Don Antonio have
on her affairs?
He reflected that Don Antonio had
seemed not only willing but anxious
that Barbara should bo transferred
from the Gerfalcon to the vessel bound
for Allariz. which they had mot only
a few hours before. Having failed to
make her his wife, he would now be
nerfectly satisfied to see her return to
England, for In that event whatever
influence sne mignt nave over tne (join
ans was not likely to be exercised.
At length tho sound of advnnc'r"
footsteps apprised him of the return of
Don Antonio and Connerton. The gov
ernor advanced stolidly, and, bowing
gravely, placed In Bparhawk's hands
the letter he had been writing.
Without speaking Sparhawk read the
lines carefully. All the concessions
which Sparhawk had asked were fully
set forth and granted in the language
of the letter.
Bparhavftc nodded, and fixed hla etue
on Don Antonio, r "I thank your excel
lency' he said gravely. He paused,
then added: "jVbcn my friends and I
arrived in Valo we had some reason to
believe that all gates leading to the
outside world wero closed and locked
behind us. '
"More than that, wo wero threatened
with torture and execution when we
first met you, by the monastery wall.
Since then It has pleased your excel
lency to try to understand us better,
and you have invited our confidence.
"In accepting In good) faith the con
cessions embodied In this letter, I
withdraw all threatening language
which, from time to time, I have be
lieved myself compelled to employ, and
I will ask your excellency to try to for
get any disrespect that may have been
manifest in our actions toward you.55
Don Antonio, Blowly stroking his
heavy gray mustache, looked at Spar
"Am I to undersand, then, that you
and Senor Connerton no longer regard
mo as being under restraint?" ho ask
ed. "Yes, your excellency. No further
attempt kWill bo made to restrain you."
'But you and Senor Connerton are
armed. As an assurance of your own
good faith, would you be .willing to
empty your Weapons?"
Sparhawk hesitated, but only for a
moment. Then, drawing out his re
volver, he discharged the contents ot
S each chamber at the surface of the
"Now, Tom," ho said, when his weap
on was empty.
Connerton stolidly followed the ex
ample of his leader. Don Antonio turn
ed abruptly toward the mlddlo of the
vessel, ' and. sharply called out several
words whose meaning was unintelligible
to tho two Americans.
A moment later a sudden vollcv of
firearms sounded from nmldshlps. The
volley was followed by a succession of
scattering shots from various parts of
Rnnrhnwk'fl flpnspfi reeled, nnd oven
Tom Connerton changed color, as, stand
ing with empty weapons, noiii reauzea
their utter helplessness. At this mo
ment the figure of a man In uniform
was seen advancing quickly from tho
door of the deck-house.
It was Lieutenant Brabant! !
"What does this mean. Your Excel
lency?" asked Sparhawk, who, though
his eyes were flashing, spoke In a calm,
Don Antonio was again stroking his
mustache. "It means, senor, that It
has pleasod me to accept the evidence
of good faith you have offered," he re
plied. "It means also, that when you
left your houso in Valo, you left behind
you all the advantage you had gained.
"Thero I was vour prisoner. When I
set foot on the Gerfalcon I again be
came governor of Valo, and since that
moment I have held your lives In my
A Continuation of XIa Story Will
Be Found In Tomorrow's
Issue of The Times.
Carnage and War on
This Day in History
Carriago and vlolenco makes Novem
ber 29 a red letter day In history. On
this date. In 1729, Indians attacked the
French settlement at Natchez, Miss.
On November 29, 1830, the last Polish
revolution began at Warsaw, and eight
years later Mexico declared war against
France. In tho civil war, November
29 lr. memorable as the anniversary
of the Confederates' storming of Knox
vllle. On this date, in 1774 the patriots of
Boston met in the Ola South meeting
house to discuss tho tea tax question.
Today is the centenary of the birth
of Wendell Phillips, celebrated orator
and reformer. One hundred years ago
he was born in Boston. He died Feb
ruary 2, 1884.
Today, also, Js the anniversary of
tho deaths of threo celebrated figures
In history. Horace Greeley, editor and
former Presidential candidate, died No
vember 29, 1872, Blxty-oao years of age.
In 1530, Cardinal Wolsey whose down
fall followed opposition to the dlvorco
of Henry VIII and Katharine of Ara
gon, died. On November 29, 1632, tho
death of Prince Rupert, founder and
first governor of the Hudson Bay Com
pany, occurred In England.,
District Guard May
Take Up Aviation Work
The National Guard of the District
will presently take up aviation. Capt.
Oliver C. Terry of the signal corps com
pany of the National Guard, says that
within a year the company will have a
flying squad. Private W. E. Broughton
will bo the first man selected to be
taught ho wto fly.
Lieut. Benjamin Foulols, the veteran
aviator, Is now In charge of the aero
nautical work of the militia, and he will
teach Broughton and others how to fly.
Several States have purchased aero
planes to be used br guardsmen. Lieu
tenant Foulols has been assigned by the
Government to Instruct the militia avia
tors. Motor Car Tragedy
Decided an Accident
A verdict of accidental death was
rendered by tho Coroner's Jury at the
Inquest yesterday over the body of
George Hawkins, an aged colored man,
who died in the Emergency Hospital
from injuries received when he was
run down by an automobile drlvon by
Raymond Charlton, 'of 1303 Nineteenth
Testimony of witnesses showed that
the accident was unavoidable, Charl
ton driving Into the curb and wrecking
Jits' machine In an effort to prevent
Canadian Senator Is
Lieut. Col. James Dnmvllle, member
of the Canadian senate, and an Im
portant figure in financial citclcs in
Now Brunswick, is sixty nino years old
today. He tutored public llfs in 1572.
when ho was first elected to the house
of commons. Since- :903 he has boon a
member of the Senate.
Since 1S4S Colonel Domvillo hns been
a resident of Canada. He organized
tlio Elshth Kvrtars, which he com
mundtd for twenty years, and vus ono
cf tha officers whr accompanied Sir
Wilfrid Laurier to England at the cele
bration of wueen Victoria's Jubilee.
Covent Garden Star
Coming to America
LONDON, Nov 29. Helnrlch Hensel,
whose singing In tho "Ring" music
dramas at Covent Garden attracted
much favorable criticism recently, sail
ed today for New York, where he Is
to bo heard In Wagnerian tenor roles
this winter at tho Metropolitan Opera
Guests of Rich Clerk.
HOBOKHN, N. J., Noy. 29. Thankful
that his lr.como of $250,000 a year docs
not prevent him from working as a
clerk, Maurice Edward Durke-Rocbo
todav entertained twenty-five follow-
employes at dinner.
GIRL OF NINETEEN
TELLS COURT STORY
OF "WHITE SLAW
Edna Davidson Testifies in
Criminal Court Against
Details of the experiences of a young
girl ending In '"white slavery" were
told today in Criminal Court No. 1, br
Edna Davidson, nlnoteen years old, as
principal, witness against Robert David
son, her husband, charged with Belling
her into a life of shame.
Goaded by poverty and the sting of
hunger, tho girl-wife said that sho had
begged food to stave off suffering when
stranded in New York. She said she
always hoped for tho bettor, and only
in desperation and under duress of tho
man ahe married did Bhe consent to
enter tho Washington underworld.
It was the story of "the girl who dis
appears" that tho wltncBS told. She
first met Davidson nt a moving picture
theater in St. Louis, she tcstlfled. She
was poor and ho was well dressed and
suovo in manner, and she felt honored
that he should speak to her. Sho was
lured on by prospects of fine clothes, a
better home, and no more poverty, and
sho was an easy victim, sho. Bald.
Mrs. Davidson occupied the witness
stand all the forenoon, and described
in detail, step by step, how she reached
Tho cose will not bo finished before
next week, as thero aro many wit
nesses, the United States Attorney's
office being desirous of giving the De
partment of Justice a good insight In
to tho traffic in women.
LOST AND FOUND
WILT, THE LADY that picked up umbrella
Friday night, Nov. 24. on Fla, ave. and
N. J. ave., pleaso return to PAUL, A.
HINES. Dept. Agriculture, and get reward?
LOST Corner De Salea st. and Conn, ave.,
at dusk, Sunday evening, white fox neck-
Elece; picked up by gentleman In automo
11 j. who will kindly return same to office,
Grafton Hotel. V
LOST French poodle, lemon colored, streaked
ears; answering name of "Frltr." Reward,
111C Jth at. B. E.
LOST Certificate, No. A S50S1, for 5 shares
of 13. &. O. common stock. Plcsse return
to MORAN &. GOLDENUBlta. Oxford Illdg.
LOST Black wallet, Saturday: papers valu
able t owner. Liocrai reward i Yt su
LOST Between 4 and 9 p. m., Saturday, the
J5th Instant, between tbe Normandy Hotel
and the Cafe Repuullque. a small white
silk bag lined with chamois, containing
double chain platinum necklace, set with
diamonds; lady's ring set with oblong sap
phire, pinmin tint, surrounaea oy aiamonas;
and MO In currency. S200 reward for Its
return to W. S. DURKE. 12 Normandy
FOUND 3 canes. 1 pair gloves, l bottle, 11
umbrellas. 1 hat. 1 barrrtte. 1 book. 1 pair
of eyeglasses In case, 1 coat, 7 packages, 1
can cold cream, 1 pair, 1 cake of soap. 1
valises, 2 buttons, 1 pin. 1 key ring. 1 pocketr
book. WASHINOTON TERMINAL CO.
LOST Friday night, diamond brooch. Re
turn to 22 Cumberland, and receive liberal
FOUND On N. Y. ave., small watch and fob
with Initial. Owner can Identify aame at
Times office. ..
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THE VACUUM TREATMENT.
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ITS MIRACULOUS CURES OF INCURABLE
(so-called) DISEASE HAS MADE IT
FAMOUS THE WORLD
BOOKLET, References, and Consultation
FREE. Lady Assistant. Hour 10 to 8.
Prof. H. N. D. PARKER,
1022 9TH ST. N. W.
SEE BIG AD HERE EVERY MONDAY.
All kinds. C D. COLLINS.
Tel. M-1542. 7K 18th st. N, W.
Catarrhal deafness and head noises can be
cured or permanently benefited by natural ex
trclss of ear. Gen. Acoustlo Co.. Evans bldg.
CADMAN Hair Specialties.
Manicuring, Massage, 728 11th st. nw. M. 121
Bucna Blackhead Soap, Special. JOc
l"V'D'MC! Removed. 25o each,
Chiropodist, tot F st.
YOU NEED A MANICURE.
LET ME DO IT.
Room E. Southern Building.
GIRLS, I CAN HELP YOU. Apply MIR
ROR IN8TITUTE OF BEAUTY CUL
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Artlstio manicuring. 25c 810 F st. N. W.
T) WVTNTV S Halrshop. Halrdresslng. Man
JUVin X O icurim, fihaopoolng. (09 14th
st. nw. Scalp Treatmsnt. Facial Treatment.
Manicuring. Facial Massage, Hair Treatments,
guarantied- Miss K. Dougherty
stenography and typewriting; experienced
In social and business correspondence; repair
shop training and 7 years' driving. America
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WANTED Work, by young colored man; any
kind; good references. Call 203 Sd rt. S. E.
YOUNG man, colored, Janitor or fireman:
references. Call M. 4031. 70 4th St. N. W.
EXPERIENCED young man. colored, as
dishwasher; references-. Call M. 1031. 740
4th st. N. W.
Male and Female.
Special Instructions glen those desiring to
take civil service examinations. Bookkeep
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average always maintained by thoto we train
for these examinations Is your best assur
ance of success.
STRAYEU'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Old Masonic Temple, cor. th & F sts. N. W.
MAN AND WIFE Colored: butler ajirt rnnw
or cook and housemaid; to Oklahoma, with
army officer; good wages; references. "EU
REKA. 1011 N. Y. ave. .
PRIVATE LESSONS IN STENOQRAPHV
Typewriting, also In Accountancy by a
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT.
Room S3. 729 16th St. N. W.
MAN AND WIFE for suburban place,
ply by phone (Lin. 2082).
BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1317 N. Y. ave has
something better to offer than cheap rates
CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATION.
The reason DRILLERY students pass Civil
Service Examinations, while others fall. Is
because THE DRILLERY has the only ex
Civil Service Examiner that Is teaching In
Washington. Reduced rates to those who
come now before the rush for preparation.
THE DRILLERY. 11th and N. Y. ave. -
CIVIL SERVICE STUDENTS wanted by a
former civil sen Ice examiner. BOX 619,
WANTED By young lady, experienced in
stenography, typewriting, and bookkeeping,
position; beat pf references. BOX 8, Times
WANTED Dy a colored girl, place as gen
eral houseworker. Write or call 1IS3 T rt.
N. W. IV
CHORUS aiRLB Immediately for profession
al company, musical comedy; road, steady
positions; $15 week; transportation paid; cos
tumes furnished. Apply quick today. Open
day and evening, lilt O. N. W 3d floor.
CHAMBERMAIDB White. Apply to the
HOUSEKEEPER, The Shoreham Hotel.
COOK AND GENERAL HOUSEWORKER.
260 Del. ave. N. B. ..
COOK White, for small family. Apply Mr.
IJAUM, office, 2d floor, aOLDENBERG'S,
933 Tth- st. N. W. .
COOK White, for small family. Apply 1869
California at. N. W.
DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY wants a bead
waitress. HO. and side waitresses, is a
week.Apply today, 12th, and I'a. ave.
OIRL to learn listing laundry; some type
writer experience prererrod. isl.hu iauis
DRY CO.. 2119 14th St. N. W.
OIRL Neat, respectable, colored; to do cook
ing and general housework; small family.
Apply between G:30 and 7 p. m. Urlng ref
erences. (2G Mass. ave. N. E. 1
OIRL Cook, wash, and Iron; small family.
Apt. 8, 308 E. Cap. St.
OIRL for general housework; small family.
712 Bth St. N. W.
LADIES AND GIRLS Reliable home work;
stamping patterns, 11.50 doxen; work guar
anteed; lady In attendance. Coll Room 215
Kenol Dldg., 11th and O. l
RAQTIME PLAYINO taught In 20 lesson.
Write for booklet.
1S2J L st. N. W., and 2250 Ontario rd. N. W.
SALESPEOPLE for our toy department. Ap
ply at once, OOLDENUERO'tf, 7th and K.
WAIST DRAPER Thoroughly experienced,
In high-class dressmaking establishment;
eteady position; wagea jio object. BOX 1,
Times office. 1
WE ARE DESIROUS OF SECURING tales
woinen, with experlmce. In our- Infants'
girls', and mjites' department. Only those
with best references as regard character
and ability need apply. Call before 10 a. m.,
JULIUS aARFINKLB ft CO., 11th and 9
WAITRESS Experienced, white; long hours;
no Sunday or holiday work. 458 La. ave.
WOMAN Experienced, sewing machine op
erator; Also helper; at once. Apply Man
ager or ladles' dept., SCHWARTZ ft
PELZMAN, 5CC 7th St. N. W. -
HELP WANTED MALE
BOTS, IS TO 18 YEARS OF AGE, FOR
OUK DELIVERY SERVICE. APPLY BE
FORE 10 O'CLOCK TO SUPERINTENDENT,
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP. 1-
BOY with bicycle.
818 F st. N. W.
Apply F. U. KRAMER,
BOY of neat appearance for tbe soda luun
taln. Apply to Mr. Lewis, GOLDEN
BERG'S. 7th and IC sta.
S BOTS at once, with wheels; steady Jobs;
guarantee 88 to $12 per week. Apply at
once. 1228 H at. N. W
BOYS over IS years old. with bicycles. Ai
ply WESTERN UNION TZLEORAPH OS
CE. 1401 F st.
BOY Colored, to drive delivery wagon. WEY-
aia.-m, juu inn st. ..
COUNTER MAN Experienced,
TYN'S. 608 th N. W.
DRAFTSMEN NEEDED Write for booklet
on practical nlgbt course. No solicitors.
COLUMBIA SCHOOL OP DRAFTING
McLacblen Bldg.. 10th & O sta. N. W., City.
ELEVATOR CONDUCTORS Two; white.
Colorado Bldg. Apply to Starter.
LAUNDRY DRIVER with route In ML
Pleasant can obtain good salary .with laun
dry doing Qret-class work. BOX 693, Times
MEN to sell household goods on Installments;
good pay; no experience needed. 621 6th
st. N. W. 1
MEN Colored, prepare as sleeolng car por
ters; no experience necessary. Address
INTER. RAILWAY. Care Times.
NEY, 603 Pa, ave.
PORTER. Apply at once, Tho MODE,
and 11th sts.
924 F st, N. W.
PRESSER First-class, on ladles' and gentle
men's garments. A. BHERMAN, 2123 14th
King St., Alexandria, Va.
WE NEED MEN
AT ONCE (WHITE AND COLORED)
TO PREPARE FOR POSITIONS
THAT PAY f20 PER WEEK
THIS "AD" IS WORTH $5
If presented at the college by Dec. 2.
NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
Mh and O N. W. Open till p. m.
WANTED A few more male and female
agents to take orders for an AI specialty,
entirely new on the market, needed and
wanted In every family and thousands of
public places; three to six dollars a day
made easily; references required. Apply to
J. A. BARRY, 9 a, m. National Vacuum
Salesroom, Stewart Bldg.. 6th and D sts. 1..
D. J. DORANZ, amber, meerschaum, and
French briar pipe rpalrlng. Pool balls re
modeled. 842 E N. W- l
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dress and tuxedo
suits, for hire. M T. PIMES. Merchant
Tailor. 1006 7th st. N. W. --
ROOMS AND BOARD
COLUMBIA RD.. 1769 Apt. 21 Large, attrac
tive, well fumLshed room; home cooking;
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EYE ST. N. W 1121 Rooms; corner house,
facing park; home cooking, Phone M. 6310.
N. Y, AVE.. 928 Nicely furnished front
room and good home board; 830 per month
for two. 1
K ST. N. W., 941 Furnished parlor and
board for two, 840 month; use of piano If
9TH ST. N. W., 1620 Room and board for
two quiet men; reasonable.
mi ST. N. W., 1132 Large comfortable
room, second floor, with desk and student's
lamp; bath adjoining; suitable for two; also
single room; private family; prlco reason
able, uail or I'none un "iw-
EYE BT, N. W.. 1121 Rooms; corner house,
facing park; home cooking. 1'horto Main
K ST. N. W., 1217 One large neatly fur
nished room, second floor; bay window;
home cooking. 1..
R ST., 2126 Attractively furnished second
floor front room, single or en suite, suit
able for member of Congress or anyone wish
ing home comforts; near Conn, ave.; ex
cellent table. 1
K ST. N. V., 412 Comfortable room, suit
able for two; also hall room, with board.
N ST, N. W., 937 One second floor front
room for married couple or several gentle
men; southern exposure. 1..
GRANT PL. N. W 11 Attracthe hall room,
centrally located; excellent table board. ..
MASS. AVE. N. W 29-Meals by the day.
week, or month; home cooking; everything
to. ssoson; whit trad only. l .
FOR RENT ROOMS
FREE ROOM RENTING SERVICE.
Owing to tho continuous demands
upon us for furnished and unfurnished
rooms, we have ratablttrhed In our
office a FREE ROOM-UENT1NO
SERVICE. Tho fact that our offices
can be reached from any part ot the
city on one car fare makes this the
logical place for such a service. All
you have to do Is to phone or write
us the particulars of your rooms, giv
ing location, price, etc. We want
every one who haa rooms to rent
to tako advantage of this FREE
8ERV1CE, Every room renter will
receive the same consideration. We
furnish the tenants and collect the
rents, If destreed, ABSOLUTELY
FREE OF CHARGE. Address
ROOM RENTINO DEPARTMENT,
GARDINER & DENT, INC..
Real Estate, Loans, Rents, Insurance,
Phone M. 4884.
N. Y. AVE. N. W., 491-Two extra large
rooms' for light housekeeping; hot wator
THE CLIFTON, Thomas Circle Large, com
fortable room, 2d floor; bachejor apartment;
bath, telephone; all comforts. Apply to
PA. AVE., IMS Two front rooms! gas range,
atenm; single rooms, 6 up. M. 7177.
F ST. N. W., 910 Flat of 2 rooms, kitchen
ette, and private hall; bright and airy;
everything furnished; light housekeeping; 120.
Inquire MIRROR INSTITUTE OF HEAUTY
CULTURE. 910 F.
THE SEVILLE. 2129 18th St. N. W.-On car
line: apartment No. 1, first floor, nicely
furnished room with a private entrance; win
dow facing park; steam heat; rent reason
able. U ST. N. W., 449 Furnished room, with
private family; hot water heat; reasonable.
F ST. N, W., 023 Furnished room, second
floor; also one third floor; bath on same
floor; steam heat, electric light.
(28 Newly papered, nicely
m; nezt to bath; with board.
JD BT. N. W., 218 Nicely furnished front
rooms. 81.50, $2.50.
N. Y. AVE. N. W 8JS Three nicely fur
nished rooms; heat and gas; gentlemen
IC ST. N, E., 6 Furnished front room, well
heated, for light housekeeping; lady pre
ferred. K ST.
N. W 1117
Two furnished rooms.
MAINE AVE. 8. W.. 610-Comer 8th Two
front rooms; beat, gas, bath; 83.60; 3 rooms,
K ST. N. VI., 830 Second floor front room
with board. 1
4TH 8T. n: W 740 Two nicely furnished
rooms: heat and
1.. f erred. (Colored.)
F ST. N. W., 1745-Nlcely furnished heated
rooms; suitable for one or two; near Y. M.
C. A. 1
EYE ST. N. W., 831 Large front room. 2d
floor; furnished for light housekeeping;
heat, gas, bath; reasonable. 1..
II ST. N. W., 618 Two second floor fur
nished rooms; suitable for light housekeep
2D 8T. N. W., 622 Largo front room, fur
nished for heusekeeptng; steam heat. 1
UTH ST. N. W., 1J1C Coxy, light house
keeping, large, second floor front; alcove;
kitchenette, closet: 118.60. !
JOHN MARSHALL PL., 222 Eight house
keeping rooms: heat and gas. 1
D ST. N. W.. 303 Two bright rooms; heat
and gas; home cooking. 1..
B 8T. 8. E., 318 Two furnished rooms, sec
ond floor; convenient to bath; hot water
heat; near two car lines; gentlemen only.
3D BT. & E., 18 Several large, bright rooms;
heat and gas; 212. 210. $1. 1
C ST. N. W 321 Three large, bright rooms;
heat and gas; well furnished. 1..
E. CAP. ST., 633 Two nicely furnished front
rooms; convenient to two car lines. 1..
A 8T. 8. E., 801 Two desirable second floor
rooms; walking distance Capitol, Library.
EYE ST. N. W., 635 Rooms, well heated.
for two. 83 week; small room. 3L60. 1
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 620 Nicely furnished
rooms, first and second floors; housekeep
ing If desired. 1..
O BT, N. E., 607 Furnished room; heat and
and gas; gentleman preferred; aoutnern
exposure; reasonable. 1
E ST. N. W.. 119 Large front room, with
or without board; prlvato family; gentle
EYE ST. N. W., 61 Nicely furnished front
room, hot water heat: two gentlemen pre
ferred. ' 1
EYE ST. N. W., SOO-Iu-go second floor
front room, nicely furnished; well heated.
FURNISHED ROOM GLASS SIGNS CAN
1IG READ AT NIGHT; ONLY 25c MADE
TO SELL TOR 11.00. STEWART BLDG.,
ROOM 303. 6TH AND D N. W.
19TH 8T. N. W 614-One front room,
lighted and heated..
M ST.. 1017-Cor. 11th, N. W. Neat, com
fortable, front room; steam heat; separate
bath; rates moderate; gentlemen.
C ST. N. E.. 121 Near Capitol Furnished
communicating rooms for housekeeping.
CRITTENDEN ST.. 1224-Lurge, light second,
floor front room; gentlemen; use of parler.
Phone Col. 4541.
3D ST. N. E 622 Furnished room; heat and
gas; gentleman preferred; reasonable.
9TH ST. N. W., 1U1 Furnished. large front
and back rooms, second and third floors;
MT. VERNON PL. N. W 811 Handsomely
furnished first Hoor room, with kitchen at
tached; gas and water: no children. 1
O ST. N. W.. 1213 Large, bright room; pri
vate family; hot water beat; phone; gentle
G ST. N. W., 417 Two connecting second
floor rooms; housekeeping; water, gas; also
one hall room.
10TH 8T. N W 1016 Nicely furnished well
heated double rooms; baih. Phone; 32.C0
II ST. N. W., 417 Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; also room for gentle
man. 8TH ST. N. W 1009 Second floor, furnished
B ST. N. E., 311 Three handsomely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping; heat,
gas, bath: reasonable.
G ST. N. W 447 Furnished double parlor;
always hot water; gentlemen; man and
K ST. N. W.. 1213 Second floor room; hot
water beat; also fourth floor front; phone.
CONN. AVE. N. W 1T09 Handsomely fur
nished newly papered rooms; transients ac
6TH ST. N. W., 719 Neat well heated rooms;
large, front; 10 month; also nice room, 3t
HILLYER PL., 2029 Large, neatly furnished
room; handsomely furnished; fine location.
OAKLAND, APARTMENT t-Furnlahed
rooms and ecellent table board; home cook
L ST. N. W., 806 Beautifully furnished 2d
floor front room, southern exposure. 1..
11TH ST. N. W.
719 Second floor front; well
HARVARD ST. N. W.. 1372 Delightful lo.
cation; soutn room and hall room; 3 car
T ST. N. W., 1763 Newly decorated 2d story
room; private house; bot-water heat; gen
7TH ST. N. E., 303 Two large unfurnished
rooms on second floor, for light housekeep
ing. F BT. N. B., 307 Three large, bright rooms,
third floor; newly papered; all modern Im
provements; near Station, Printing Office;
2D ST. N. E., 18 Three, light housekeeping;
heat and gas; near Capitol and Library,
C ST. N. E., 127 Two or three first floor
rooms; pantry. large yard, sink In kitchen;
ghs; 311 or 113 dollars.
IC ST. N. C, 74 Two unfurnished rooms,
second floor; gas, bath; $10; gas for cook
MASS. AVE. N. E., 137 Two large rooms,
light housekeeping; heat, gas; $9 month.
14TH BT. N. W., 8007 Two nice unfurnished
rooms; beat and cast third floor; $12. 1
NOTHING will please the boy any more
than a bicycle. We will put aside any one
you select on small deposit. Largest stock
In town to select from; our prices are low,
HAVERFORD CYCLE CO..
4Z1 10th st. N. W.
We ship to any part ot U. 8. Main KM.
SPECIAL XMAH CANDIES-Chocolate and
Bon-bons, 15c lb.. 2 for 25c 20o lb.. 3 for
50c: 25c lb., 6 for 81. The PHILADELPHIA
CONFECTIONERY, s. W. cor, 14th and R SU.
Wines and Liquors
SPECIAL COMBINATION NOW UNTIL
1 BOTTLE SHERWOOD ATjTj
1 BOTTLE SHERRY.
1 BOTTLE CATAWBA.
1110.11)2 E at. N. W.
BUY your Xmas Cutlery at CHURCH'S
HARDWARE & .PAINT STORE (Branch
P. P.). 431 7th St. 8. W. Thone 782L
Watches and Jewelry
SAVE MONEY by buying your 'Xmas gifts
at W. B. TAI'i'AN'B, 003 U SU P. vv.
Watches, clocks, stiver, cut glass, etc.
TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY
SEE US FIRST.
Art shop; business center: only
-ioj nign-ciass trade; snap at,...,,.
Cafe and fur. rooms; long lease.......
Grocery; sales 82,250 mo.; 6r flat.....
Bakery and confectionery: retlrlnr.
Grocery sales 1T0 rtnvr lmriraln at 1.204
Coal and wood yard; Invoice or........ 1,100
Delicatessen and bakery; on Heights.... 900
Corner grocery, S. E.: tales 332 day.... 700
16-room rooming house; near 6th & F..
Corner grocery, N, W.; rooms; ntvolce or
Rooming bouse; near Patent Office.,..
Cigar and notion store; cheap at
Oyster house; no opposition
Grocery; cor. N. E.; rent (21; 4 rooms;
Bakery stalls In Center Market
Confectionery; 14th at. N. W.; snap at..
Blacksmith shop; corner S. E.; want
Oil OlT ''sstja
Grocery: corner N. E.; 6r and b; asking
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1423 F.
GROCERY; paying stand, N. W.; worth K:
retiring price, J60; rent, 820; receipts, 826
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1423 F.
GROCERY N. W. section; exccllnt; cor
ner; aalea 8250 week; cheap rent; will sell
stock and fixtures.
BALTO. BUB. BROKERS. 7th and E.
IIAIR-DRESSINO and manicuring parlor;
finest location In city; must be sold at
once; owner having other business, will sac
rifice for one-third (3260).
BALTO. BUS. BROKERS, 7th and E.
WANTED Blodgett portable oven; state
price and where can be rein. Address 404
8th st. N. E. l
12-ROOM rooming house; nicely furnished,
and permanent roomers; 8300. 202 Ind. ave.
N. W. !
LUNCH ROOM 14th St.; woll paying busi
ness; must sell at once on account of sick
BALTO. BUS. BROKERS, 7th and E.
GROCERY. 10th S. W sales 3200 to 3228
week; living rooms; stock and fixtures,
11.000. BALTO. BUS. BROKERS, 7tb and E.
APPLES FOR SALE 200 barrels York Im
perial, of good alxe, color, and flavor, re
cently picked and packed, and now sioreVl
at my orchards near Hagerstown, Md., for
which an offer Is asked. JOHN W. MOR
RIS. 614 F st. N. W. !
FOR SALE Stock of established
store. OWNER. 1432 Wis. ave.
FOR RALE Lunch' room.
433 Ninth street
FOR HALE Candy and notion store, across
from large school; cheap. 1125 D at. N. E.
WANTED Partner with a few thousand dol
lars; excellent proposition. Apply BOX
viz. Times ofxice.
HUSTLE Keep on hustling. You save Urn
and money and corral business by using
The Washington Multlgraph Letter Co., 1414
N. Y- ve. Tel. M. 1942. It makes business
grow with Its economical and artlstio letter
service. Dig In.
RAISE CAPITAL BEST METHODS; Cor-
S orations organized and promoted every
ere. U. B. LEGAL CORP.. 610 Bond Bldg.
LARGE ROOMINO HOUSE, with millinery
parlor paying well. Cheap If sold at once,
or will rent parlors, present milliner vacat
ing. 719 Uth st. N. W.
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn cloth
ing, either ladles' or gentlemen's; send
postal, will call. B. TAR8HES. 1S03 7th st.
N. W. Phone North 499.
WANTED Furniture, for cash. Sell your
goods to tbe man who gives you ths moat
money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K.
GOOD PRICES PAID for hotvtehold furni
ture and carpets; entire contents ot bouses,
offices, and stores bought. EDGAR BACM
& CO.. 622 E st. N. W. Ph. M 7532.
J. AELPER. 122Z 7th St. N. W.. pays highest
cosh prices for ladles', men's, and chil
dren's second-hand clothing. Drop postal.
BIG MONEY paid for cast off clothing; also
men's shoe and shirts: drop postal, will
call. H. OEWIRZ. 1208 7th St. N. W.
HOUSEKEEPER This week, ordinary win
dows cleaned, 6c each. Postal or Phuns N.
3963. ELLIOTT. 1400 You St. N. W.
WANTED Furniture. Sell your goods to
the man on the square GEO. SACHS, 314
E St. N. W Ph M. 6263.
WANTED To buy old leather beds. When
Selling, why not drop postal to MARKS &
CO.? Old Reliable Firm. 422 10th. opposite
gas office, or phone Col. 961-M.
WILL PAY 2c per mile for all B. and O.
and Pa. mileage. HABLE'S TICKET OF
FICE. National Hotel.
WANTED All kinds sewing machines re
paired and warranted for $1.00. OPPEN
HEIMER. 600 E st. N. W.. cor. 8th and B.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for all worn gar
menta. Send postal, will call. C. LIVING
STON. 1205 Harrison st. 8. E.
WANTED Office and household furniture.
See THOS. DOWLING & CO., 612 E st
N. W. Tel. M. 676.
NOTICE TO LADIES
HAVE YOU TRIED THEMT
A"M"R"nyrNTK fkesh BREAD
JxmjXXUXi O AND HOT ROLLS.
At your grocer's, 7 a. m. and 4 p. m.
1009 N. Y. AVE., PHONE M. 2238.
Yes, Dally and Sunday- Morning.
ROOMS PAPERED. $3 up; 1912 patterns. Es
timates on painting and decorating. Le
i-xiauA., vi i- si. i-none in. 3U1.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HFALTH. natural.
non-surgical: cloth bound: 400-page book
free. A,ply by mall. 916 Colorado Building.
Free lectu.-e for women Wednesday. 2:30 p.m.
FULL LINE of fire-proof safes at our sales
room: bought, sold and exchanged. Write
or telephone. Will send representative.
YORK SAFE A LOCK CO.. 6 & 7 W. Ger
man st.. Baltimore, Md.
FOR KENT ROOMS
Furnished and Unfurnished.
PARK ROAD, 1623 Very pleasant rooms,
fine bath: southern exposure; near cars. ..
MASS. AVE. N. E.. 120-Three third story
rooms for light housekeeping; heat and
gas; reasonable. i
E. CAP. ST., 813 Three large rooms, second
floor; newly papered and painted. 1..
6TH ST. N. W 1213 Three rooms, fur
nlshed or unfurnished; hoat and gas; light
housekeeping; 318 month: private family.
3D ST. N, E., 829 Furnlahed or unfurnished
room; couple, private family; desirable lo-
cotlon. OWNER 1
13TH ST. N. W 2620-rFurnlshed or unfur
nlthcd parlor, bedrooms. In apt.; suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; 810 u p.
1TH ST. N. W 814,-Second floor back
room, near bath; reasonable. .
MASS. AVE. N. W 29 Furnished or un
furnished rooms, communicating or other
wise; reasonable rates, ' j
I fBuUBSBBSaS". -
FOR SALE ,llSCcl.LA.v:0US
Government Office Furniture
and Store Fixtures.
Desks, chairs, tables, rugs,
file cases, bookcases, Bcrccns,
'typewriting machines, ' pig
eonhole cases, shelving, Iron
STORE AND OFFICE
FIXTURES, counters, show
cases, codecs urns, lunch
room chairs, mirrors, tables,
counter stools, wall cases,
Also Household Furniture
for the Parlor, Dlnlngroom, (
Bedroom, Kitchen, etc. Save
yourself some money by a
H. BAUM & SON,
2 STORES 2.
012 PA. AVE. and 018 E ST.
EDWIN E. ELLETT,
1100 0th N. W.
Mantels and Tllea
T SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. T
t'none N, 7328.
IF ITS A MANTEL, SEE ELLETT, !
A LOT of spelndld box top SEWINO MA
CHINES; fine sewing condition: at prices
yeu can't afford to miss. SINGER, round
bobbin, 13; NEW HOME, 83; STANDARD,
31: WHITE. 31. SINGER, shuttle. 88.
We trade In machines of all makes for the
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED,
because It Is superior for plain sewing and
the only machine for embroidery.
Repairing on all machines.
DAVIS AGENCY, M &T
NOT TOO SOON TO BUY A PIANO FOR
XMAS when such bargains as these are
available: Knabe. 3176; Btelnway, 8226; Stteff,
3226: Bradbury, 3200; Kranlch & Bach. $160;
Stultz & Bauer, 3126; Irving, 3135; and Knabe,
8226. Terms to suit. These Instruments were
traded In for Player-Pianos and must be
sold quickly. Also 25 upright pianos at 8100
O. J. DeMOLL & CO..
1 Cor. 12th and O its.
FOR BALE Four diamond rings, suitable
Christmas gifts for ladles; reasonable
prices. Apply, at 1219 N. Y. ave. N. W. !
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
A GOOD PIANO FREE.
Give the children a chance to get a musical
education by taking advantage ot this oppor
tunity to get a piano absolutely free. We
have a few good square pianos which wilt
be loaned to first comers for a period ot
six months without charge. This offer en
tails no obligation other than that you agree
to pay the small charge for moving the
piano to your home.
F. G. SMITH PIANO CO.,
1217 F Street.
FOR SALE Equity and furniture In 733 6th
St. N. W.. for $1.250. .
SCHOLARSHIPS for best local business col
leges; big reduction. Apply after 6 p. ra.,
1140 6th sU N. W or by mall. V
FOR SALE Upright piano, nearly new;
standard make. 1222 E. Cap, at. 1'
THE WASHINOTON ANTIQUE FURNI
TURE SHOP Expert repairing and Una
finishing 3121 Pa. ave. 'Phone West 61.
I WISH TO DISPOSE of a black lynx fur
set, lanro'ptllow muff and "Russian shawl;
value $60; 812. BOX 365. Times office. 1
Second-hand upright pianos, flrat-cIaM
All makes. Including some ot our own,
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
1008-10 F ST. N. W.
J. C. CONLIFF, Mgr.
VIOLINS for sale; also made to order; re
pairing. D. G. 8TRUBLE. 113 Sth St. N. E.
Phone L. 3238.
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS,
346 Drop Leaf Singer 813.68
1911 Drop Head Singer $20.00
$40 Wheeler & Wilson $10.04
New Sewing Machines, $1 down and 60c
week. Cleaning. 60c Open evenings.
H. R. GIVEN. 625 Pa. ave. S. E. Phone.
FOR SALETHOROUGHBRED CUBAN
PUPPIES. $5. 1547 6TH 8T. N. W. THESE
M. SEGAL. ANTIQUE FURNITURE RE
PRODUCING. REPAIRING. U LST.
N. W. PHONE N. 3J9-Y.
PROF. WINDHAM, 816 Uth N. W.. teaches
all dances; class Tue. st Thur.. 7:30; lessen,
60c; 6 foi 82.60; private any hour. Pboni
GLOVER'S. 613 22d St. N. W. Prl. lessons,
any hour, 60c: waits & 2-step guar, in t
lessons; class & dance Tues., Thurs., Sat.
eve., 25c; high school class, FrL eve.. $1
month; hne ball room for rent. $6. Orchestra
Ph. W. 1129. 1-
MD'ME COULTER, 807 L St. N. W. Clajse
Tues. and Frl. eve. Piano music: fine flow
Lessons any time. Phone North 2625.
DAVISON'S. Prof. & Mrs.. 719 6th st. N. VI.
Leesons any hour; class & dance Tue. m
Frl. evgs. Pb. M. 4684. Assembly Dances
every Wed. & Sat, eve.. Nat. Rifles' Armsry.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
Dancing Studio, 218 Eye st, N. W. Dance
every Mon. at Arcade, 6:30. Phone M. 2843.
LEWIS HALL. 1602 14 TH ST. N. W. FOB
ENGAGEMENTS TELEPHONE NORTH
PRIVATE DANCING BCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dances. Two Instructors.
Belaaco Theater. Top ft. Select. Ph. M.6629-T.
Save your old furs and have them repaired
and remodeled to look like new.
MRS. R. M. EVANS,
714 SEVENTH STnEET NORTHWEST.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY SPECIAL PRICE?
Beautiful work, very best material. Out
Vacuum Suctlvn Plate, 83. Gold Crowns and.
Brldgswork. 33. All fillings. 50 cent up.
Painless extraction and cleaning FREE. A.
guarantee to all work. ARMY AND NAVT
DENTAL PARLORS. N. E. cor. 7th and F
its. Entrance. 639 F st. N. W.
FOR highest grade work and lowest prices
upholstering, draperies, window shades, and
reflnlshlng furniture. Phone M. 1099 and leave
erder, or drop postal. J. C. & J. B. SHEP
HERD CO., 809 6th N W. Prompt work as
sured Don't fall to get our estimates.
PLUMBING AND REPAIRS
INSTALL a hot-water coll In your furnaces
guaranteed work; reasonable. SAMUEL 8.
STREB. 427 R St. N. W North 6084. -
DUPLICATE YALE KEYS, guarantee to fit.
20c. Keys made for ALL Locks. ENTER
PRISE I1UW. CO.. 927 8th N W. Ph M. 6061.
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
JUST RECEIVED Young singing canaries,
parrots, goldfish, rabbits, guinea pigs, and
a fine lot of dogs, all kinds. UCHMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 Uth st N. W.
STOVES. HARDWARE. STOVE REPAIRS.
ALL KINDS REPAIR WORK.
W. L. COQBWELL. 116 4tt at. S. W. M. 23TL
.tM-'Vlah' 4tV U W