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THE TIMES. DAILY SERIAL STORY
PiyARROII By J. AUBREY TYSON
1 'l4Lm,LL V- 1JL ICopyrlgnt. Th Frank A. itunssy C0.1
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published make any arrangements for your de
:... ,-...... .r. - i.m.. iParture on one of thorn until I know
ftnirhatob rlvll nirlnur with a DrODO-
sltlon to build a railroad from Valo, la
lb Rebubllc of Qulncatan. In -South
America., to San Fellcldad, the capital.
Ma start, accompanied by William Hand
ley, Tom Conneitoh, McCann, Ills office
boy, and Bam Yaung. On the way down
they have the company of Colonel Mn
queia nhJ hie nlree, Miss Webster, but
the acquaintanceship li slight. Arrived
t Valo, they. are. welcomed by Joie Go
marra. secretary of the governor. They
find Valo a terrorised cummunlty In which
tbe lONemor ! abeolute. 1 hey make the
acquaintance' uf a condemned man named
Heredla. who bad to ,gle himself tip to
eath next morning: .He 'la In company
of a norllbly lisfigiired friend named
Hemingway, an American.
' Spnrhawk, determines .to tave Heredla,
and nda a nutc to the governor nd
.vising him lu paetpune the execution
until he has had an Interview with him.
HI answer Is an invitation to the plaoi
Of execution at daybreak. . Later he Is
awakened by a noise In his room, 11
proc to be Miss Wobster (or Miss Call
ton), who has coine to seek her frteud,
the former occupant of the housd, i.ot
knowing about Sparhawk tenancy She
Is in need of protection Irom the govern
or, who, has announced his Intentluo ol
marrying her. Sparhawk proposes to hr
that, 'temporarily, and for purely business
purposes, he shall marry her himself, the
marriage to be annulled when the danger
la over.
To this she finally , consents, and they
are married by Hemingway, Who '.s a
clergyman. Sparhawk and his friends
then set out to save Heredla. Ihcy meet
Don Antonio the governor .and at the
point of a rifle ha Is persuaded to post
pone the execution, dismiss hid escort,
and accompany Sparhawk to the engi
neer's house. The first. person lin meets
there Is the lady who Is seeking to es
capo him and who is Introduced to him
Bow aa Mrs. Sparhawk.
CHAPTER XVI.
Lights and Shadows.
T
13E two Americana quietly returned
their revolvers to their pockets.
Sparhawk smiled faintly.
"Your Excellency Is a good ac
tor," he said quietly. ''The role of the
prisoner appears to have been the beat
performed In the play."
"Since congratulations seem to he In
trder, I be of you to accept mine,
ecnor, on the excellence of the Judg
ment you have displayed In the laat
Ave minutes." Don Antonio replied.
"Had you told me, after I gave you that
letter, that you would continue to re
gard me as your prisoner, a signal from
me would have sent a score of balls
Into you and your friend.
"My only purpose in allowing the
farce to continue after we came aboard
the Gerfalcon waa that I mlirht have
an opportunity to try you out and learn
what manner of man Quexores had eeirt
down to me. sA a result of that trying
out, I am going to give yuu fr mom
latitude than I had Intended to do.
"Complete the Moreno-Valo section as
soon as you like, but restrict your at
tention to tho duties of chief civil en
gineer. If you do this, we will not quar
rel. If, however, you Insist on med
dling with the financial end of It, with
which you should have nothing to do,
you will rue the hour In which you iu
clded to come to Qulncatan."
The eyeti of Sparhawk (lashed Are as
he rcpllc1: "For your excellency's sake,
aa wul! as for my own, 1 hope It will
not be necessary for me to 'mcddlu'
vllh the financial end cf It!"
Don Antonio's fn.-e grew a srt&de nore
pule. "And I hope, eenor, that In the
months that are to comt- your discretion
will be emial to youv couraQi.," he said.
"Of your courage there can be no
doubt, but there are times when dis
cretion seems no; to be numbered
among your virtues."
He bovicd as he tpoko, then, turning
from Spm):nwk, ,ie uddressed Brubantl. -I
uratar;tl, as soon as 've are iandeil,
conduct Scnor Sparhawk to your torni'ir
(lUaiter.i, then cotic to me at mine."
lie went on. "Hereaftor Benor 8par-1-inwk
will make Moreno his headquar
ters, though I daro say we will some
times have the ploasute of seeing hint
at Valo."
Brabauti's eyes wandered toward
Sparhawk, then dwelt for a moment
en Connerton, brt his features weie ex
pii.'hfjor.lci'o. "It alidll be done, your excellency,"
ho replied perfunctorily.
Wi.d now, Fermi-, with yuttr permis
sion, I will go to my cabin anil male;
preparations for rtlsemlmrklnir." said
Don Antcrlo, smiling slightly und bow
Ini; toward Sparhawk.
when ho and llrabar.tl were gone
bliurkliank laid u hand on one of Con
nei ton s brond cliouitiers.
"It's ah light, Tom," he said rean
Hiringly. "If we are made to look a llt
tlo foclish now ani then, there la no
harm dope so lontr as wo win our point
llanulcy, Heredla. and Hemnilnjrwuy
are In Valo, you und I are in Moreno,
and In two or three days we'll ue In
tommunleatlon with Joe Varley, at San
Fellcldad.
"We've got Don Antonio Portllla
(Pleasing, and we'ro going to put that
road through In Jig-Ume. Now let's
jo below and make ready for the
Shore."
Sparhawk's preparations for land
ing were soon completed, and. leav
ing Connerton. Young and McCann
. to get the Impedimenta on deck.
oyniunwn went. 10 me aiaieroom oc-
OttDled by Barbnra. nnd knnnUe.l
The door was opened cautiously by
Chlqulta. who, upon recognizing Spar
hawk, almost closed It In his face as
she turned to speak with her mis
tress. Sparhawk heard Barbara's voice
replying, but he was unable to dis
tinguish the words. The Indian girl
opened the door and bade him enter.
"You need not go, Chlqulta." Spar
hawk said; but the girl apparently
had received her Instructions from
one whom she recognized as a higher
authority, and Barbara and Spar
hawk were left alone.
"I have merely come to tell you that
we are approaching Moreno," Spar-
JlRWrC 8LiQ
"Yes. CXiquita has told me so," Bar
bara replied quietly.
"Have you ever been In Moreno be
fore?" Sparhawk asked.
"No. Never before."
"You have no friends here, then?"
Barbara shook her head sadly. "No
Except Chlqulta and her father, May
ta. I have no friends in Qulncatan."
,.. ni sorry that those who would
like to be your friends are so unde
serving," Sparhiiwk replied. "Don
Antonio Is about to place a house at
my service, and. under the circum
stances, I would suggest that you
accompany me there. Tomorrow I
will see whnt arrangement can bo
made to send you to Allarlr."
"You seem to be very anxious to get
me away from Qulncatan," Barbara
answered bitterly.
J'r am"ny anxious to do for you
thoseM things that will please you
most,
Barbara looked nt him fixedly, then
with a shruir of the shoulders, turn
ed away. "You and Don Antonio an
penr to be strangely friendly. Is he
still your prisoner?"
"No. Don Antonio nnd I htve at
eVi!.r'Jht Rrabaptl has just mysterlous
whleh has resulted In the declaration
of n truce.
Barbara looked at him sharply.
"Don Antonio is moet to be feared
when he professes friendship." she
cnntloned.
"There Is nothing he can do that
will enure me to fear him now "
"Tt Is still understood that vou are to
bi'Ud the railroad?" she asked.
"Vex."
"Then you have no Intention of leav-Ino-
Qulnentnn even temnorarlly'"
"No. I Hhnll remain here until my
v.ork Is done, The work may take
thvep or four years."
Barbara seated. herself on the berth
and looked thoughtfully at the floor.
"I understand that there are several
forelim vessels at Moreno Juat now."
gDarhawk went on. after a nause. "hut
It will be us'o for m to attempt to
positively whether or not you are pre
pared to go."
"You want mo to leave Moreno?"
she asked.
"You forget that my doslres havo
nothing to do with the matter," Spar
hawk replied. "In Valo you blamed
me because I did not take you direct
to Allariz. You were even unkind
enough to say that a selflHh motive In
spired my refusal to do so.
"This afternoon you declined a chance
to go to Allariz on a vessel that 1h
capable of making much hotter time
than the Gerfalcon. You have told mo
that you have no friends lu this city,
nnd, strangely enough, you seem to lie
ns reluctant to leave as you were to
come here.
"Frankly, I would like to know Just
how I can servo you. In a day or two
I will be out on the line, and I do not
know how many days may paBS before
I return."
Barbara flushed and paled alternately
while Sparhawk was speaking. When
he finished she rose slowly and turned
toward the porthole.
."I will go with you when wo leave
the vessel," tilte said In a low voice.
"Tomorrow you may arrange for my
departure."
''Very well, mndam," Sparhawk re
plied, "The vessel Is being warped Into
her dock. I had better tell you, how
ever that Brabantl has Just mysterious
ly appeared on board, and that he has
received from Don Antonio Instructions
to conduct us to his former quarters,"
Barbara started. "Brabantl Is to star
there with us?" she exclaimed.
"No. He will go with Don Antonio."
Barbara compressed her lips and In
clined her head slightly, but did not
speak.
"Are these ready to go up to the
deck?" Sparhawk asked, as he nodded
toward a couple of traveling bags on
the floor.
"Yes," Barbara replied indifferently;
then, as Bhe saw that Sparhawk was
about to pick them up, she added quick
ly: "But why do you carry them?
Surely one of the stewards-; "
"Please do not deny me tho privilege
of occasslonally bearing burdens that
uetially are supposed to fall to the lot
of a married man," said Sparhawk with
a smile.
A faint flush came to her cheeks, her
lips parted and a new light camo into
her eyes.
"Is it necessary to compel husbands
to feel the burden, of their yokes in or
der to keep them from forgetting that
they have wives?" she asked.
"Some husbands, I'm afraid," said
Sparhawk.
Sparhawk, who now for the first time
heard Barbara laugh, promptly admit
ted to himself that It was the most
musically tippling laugh that ever had
sounded in his ears.
"Very well, senor; then you may put
down the, bags," she said.
Sparhawk hesitated.
"And hand me my hat," Barbara went
on."
Glancing around the room. Spar
hawk saw that the hat was lying at
tfho foot of the berth. Accordingly,
he put down the bags.
Barbara watched him curiously as
he reached for the article for which
she had asked. The handling of a
woman's headgear Is a task that Is
seldom performed gracefully by a
man. Sparhawk, however, came off
with flying colors.
"You have a sister," Barbara said
confidently.
"I am not so fortunate," replied
Sparhawk, shaking his head negative
ly. "You are not a widower?" And now
there was a ring of sharpness und
suspicion In her tone.
"I have never been so unfortunate,"
"But perhaps this Is not your first
experience as a party to a marriage
of convenience."
"The very first."
With a charming shrug of the
shoulders, she took the hat from his
hand and blushed slightly as she
said: "Enough, then, senor. I will
ask no more."
Turrilnjr to the mirror, she placed
the hat on her head. On the hat was
the heavy veil she had worn when
she boarded the Gerfalcon, Sparhawk,
scarcely conscious of the act, reached
toward the veil, and was crossing It
behind the great coll of her dark hair
when Barbara, unaware of his ac
tion, prepared to perform this office
for herself.
Their hands met, and the usually
matter-of-fact Sparhawk felt a' thrill
steal over him. The fact that he had
never before been conscious of such a
sensation caused this ono to awaken
within him a mild feeling of trepida
tion, but this was quickly put to flight
by Barbara, who, overcome with
astonishment, turned her flashing,
wondering eyes full upon him.
"I was only trying to cross your
veil." the American explained com
posedly. "Oh!" she exclaimed faintly
8he turned from him meekly and per
mitted him to finish the task he had
undertaken; but, as his fingers touched
her soft, dark hair, ha took his time. At
length he passed the ends of the veil
over her shoulders and into her hands.
"Thank you," she murmured.
As their eyes met In the mirror In
front of which they were standing ha
saw that she was blushing furiously.
"I had forgotten that while the liberty
I have taken would not be resented in
England or the States, it might no re
garded as an act of Impertinence In
South American countries," Sparhawk
explained.
"It is a liberty which a Spanteli
Amerlcan woman should grant t nly ;o
a husband," Barbara replied. "In this
rase, however, I will regard it us a
liberty of convenience, and will over
look It."
She turned to him laughingly. Then
a strange thing happened. He found he
was holding her hands. Had she of
fered them to him, or had he?
But the fact remained that he had
them, and he felt that his face was
growing as crimson as ners. He won
dered what was best for him to do. In
Spanish-American countries the kissing
of a woman's hand was regarded as In
dicative of respect. Should he
But while he was revolving the prob
lem In his mind, he Involuntarily pressed
Barbara's hands and let them go. Then,
feeling that he had acted the fool, his
gaze wandered again to the handbags.
As he raised these ne glanced toward
Barbara to see whether or not she
shared his embarrassment. But tho
young woman had lowered her veil.
"Shall we go to the deck?" asked
Sparhawk In a voice that seemed ho
strange to him that ho found himself
wondering whether It was Indeed his
own.
Contlnnntlnn of Tula Story Will
Be Found In Tomorrow'
Iaaiie of Thr Times.
"Good Fellow" In Jail
Is Heir to $35,000
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y Nov. 30.
Thero was much rejoicing In certain cir
rlPs In this city when it was announced
that ClurlcH PIntt Van Wart, who la
nn temperamental that ho has spent
nine terms In jail since 1906, has discov
ered that ho is heir to 335,000 and has
retained lawyers to sue for tlie money.
Van Wart Is now In winter quarters In
the Albany County Penitentiary, whith
er he was sent by universal application
of the Pouniikeepsle police following a
madcap frolic of good fellows on tho
morning after last election. This,
though he was declared dead by tho
surrogate of Westchester county In
lfOO. But It Is said Van Wart will seek
to havo the decision sot nsldo and will
produce affidavits declaring him alive
by village and county officers of half
the States In tho Union.
He assorts himself to be tho grandson
of Alexander Van Wart, who died In
1K87. letvlnc a fund to be divided be-
1 tween Van Wart and his brother Law-
rence.
Violation of Traffic
PlIIPC RrinOT FlflPS
IVUieS Drlllg rillCa
The District branch of. Police Court
heard nfteen cases caused by violation cK;rt-eass, for boarding house. Im
of traffic regulations today. Drlyera ..mediately, itw K N. W. , . j.
motorcyclists, and bicyclists figured m .
mo iibi oi ueionuanis who wore iinou -ir
frffiitl nnllfttArnl
Violations of regulations requiting
drivers when turning a street corner
to the left to leave room between their i
Vntl.ln tin.1 Hid mirk tnr thr. .. I
of another vohlcle were oharged agalnat i
three defondantu, Fred M. Booth, J.
AilillHin lilnb Lnf. Alfrwt Mntrwlllpr '
automoblllBts, who gave up 2 each. I aiRL-Neat, respectable, colored; to do cook
Failure to keep on tho right-hand altJo . Ing and general housework! small family.
oi tne streets orougnt lines oi; u " I
to William Hardesty, automoblllBt. and
-Henry watson, driver or a norse-urawi.
vehicle. .. .
Hiding a bicycle without it light
paused a tine of $1 to bo Imposed or
Clifton Urown. A like IVne was im
posed on Arthur Johnspn for riding a
bicycle without a bell, . , ,
Exceeding tho speed limit broilRltt
fines of J3 each on Harold Holt. A. J.
Dlckery, and Louis Schneider. Failure
to lock his automobile caused Walter
Holland to be fined $3,
Scores Celebrate Day
At Cafe Republic
At the Cafe llepubllque today scores
are celebrating and will eclobrate
Thanksgiving. At the special after
noon tea an unusually attractive must
cal program will be rendered. Tonight
thin will be repeated.
The cafe Is beautifully decorated to
day, and the management oxpects an
unusually large number of diners to
night. The musical program for tho afternoon
tea Is as follows' Waltz, "Wlenner
Blut." by Strauss; overture, "Ray
mond," Thomas; selection from "La
Bohcme," "Danco of the Hours," from
Gloconda; 'cello solo, selected; La
Travlata, Verdi; violin solo, "Medita
tion." Mascnett; march, "Winning
Fight," Holzman.
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WHEN DESIRED The thinking classes pa
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DRIVER for coal wagon,
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MEN Colored, prepare aa sleeolng car por
ters; no experience necessary. Address
INTER. RAILWAY. Cars Times.
PAPERHANtfcCR.
WILLIAM
8. E.
MAHO-
NET. (03 Pa, ave.
PRESBER Colored.
924 F St. N. W.
IMPERIAL TAILORS,
SHOEMAKER Flrst-class. Apply
King st Alexandria. Va.
at 933
TINNER-Oood.
1621 9th at.
N. W.
WOOD CHOPPERS 11.76 a cord, fares given,
Quantlco, Va. ; also man and wife, colored,
as butler and cook, to go to Oklahoma. 1011
N. Y. nve. ..
WE NEED MEN
AT ONCE (WHITE AND COLORED)
TO PREPARE FOR POSITIONS
THAT PAY $20 PER WEEK
THIS "AD" IS WORTH $5
If presented at tbe college by Dec 2.
NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
9th and O N. W. Open till 9 p. m.
TOUNO MAN to operate telephone switch
board. DUPONT OARAGE. 2020 M N. W.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
A FEW MORE TO JOIN small special
classes In German, French, Latin, Math.,
Physics. Chemistry, English, History, Ste
nography, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, also
private Instruction, kindergarten to college;
children and adults. Day and night. HALL
NOYES SCHOOL, 221 E st. N. W.. Main 3877.
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M Principal.
1
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn cloth
ing, either ladlea' or gentlemen's; send
postal, will call. B. TARSHES. 1301 7th St.
N. W. Phone North 499.
WANTED Furniture, for cash. Bell your
goods to tbe man who gives you the most
money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K.
GOOD PRICES PAID for household furni
ture and carpets; entire contents of houses,
offices, and stores bought. EDGAR BACM
& CO.. 622 B St. N. W. Fh. M. 7532. -
J. AELPER. 1222 7th st N. W., pays highest
cash prices for ladles', men's, and chil
dren's second-band clothing. Drop postal.
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BIG MONEY paid for cast oft .clothing; also
men's shoes and shirts: drop postal, will
call. H. OEWIRZ, 1208 7th at. N. W. -
WANTED Furniture. Sell your goods to
the man on the square GEO. SACHS. 814
E St. N. W Ph M. 6253. -
WANTED To buy old leather beds. When
Belling, why not drop postal to MARKS A
CO.T Old Reliable Firm. 422 10th. opposite
gas office, or phone Col. 861-M.
WANTED All kinds sswtng machines re
paired and warranted for 31.00. OPPEN
HEIMER. 800 B st. N. W.. cor. 8th and a
HIGHEST PRICES paid for all worn gar
ments. Send postal, will call. C. LIVINO
STON. 1205 Harrison st. B. E.
WANTED Office and household furniture.
Ss THOS. DOWLING & CO.. 612 E st
N. W. Tel. M. 676. -
FLOOR OILS
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILLING
FLOOR OIL. contains ollum and war.
Keeps the floors clean and bright, and gives
them a polished finish. Good for your fur
niture. Try It. 60c gal., delivered. Used
by the U. S. Gov't and over 6,000 families for
the last 25 years. 113 Pa. ave. N.W. M. 645$.
DON'T BUY FLOOR OIL until you've tried
ours; 86o gaU ENTERPRISE HARDWARE
CO.. 927 tl it. N W Phons M. 6061. -
ROOMS AND BOARD
COLUMBIA RD., 1769 Apt. 21 Large, attrac
tive, well furnished room; home cooking;
suitable for member of Congress; best ref
erences. 1'
EYE ST. N. W.. 1121 Rooms; corner house,
facing park; home cooking. Phone M. 6310.
N. Y. AVE.. 923-Nlcely furnished front
room and good home board; 336 per month
for two. 1
K ST. N. W., Nl Furnished parlor and
board for two, 340 month; use of piano If
desired.
9TH BT. N, W., 1620 Room and board for
two quiet men; reasonable.
8TH 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; price reason
able. Call or Phone North 5170.
K ST. N. W.. 1217 One large neatly fur
nlshed room, second floor; bay window;
home cooking. l..
ORANT PL. N. W 11-Attractlve hall room,
centrally located; excellent table boaiaU ..
FOR RENT-ROOMS
Finalise.
E. CAP. BT., t-Faclng Library ol Con-gress-Newly'
furnished second floor room;
no housekeeping. ' .
B-. ,CAP BT' ,?-Nlcely furnished front J
rrmm analtani (ah. a. . . -- a .t- I
.w...t v-vvmvmi vm uourui reunoa peopm
jr
'ihFJ t,w. iBM-FurnUhed room for
"tss iiiuacaccnn.
E3fEh5?'' N' E'l. W-Dy owner, cosily fur
. nlshed room. jl.;i per wli.
O HT. N. w., Sll-Stcond floor frontand
Hi """ vwiHiiiuiiiuiuni, nuicr in iuck;
0 BT. N. W., 117 Two connecting second
floor; water, gar range; all conveniences;
1 hall room.
ID ST, N. W 422-Rooms for housekeeping
wr irrJina. 1
INDIANA AVE., 210-Two 'large furnished
rooms, adjoining; reasonable. V
N. Y. AVE, N. W Ml Two extra loVge
rooms for light housekeeping; hot water
heat.
PA. AVE., 1813 Two front rooms; gas lange,
steam; single rooms. 18 up. M. 7177.
K ST. K. W.i DioFlat of 2 rooms, kitchen
ette, and private hall; bright and airy:
everything furnished; light housekeeping; U0
Inquire MIRROR INSTITUTE OF BEAUTY
CULTURE. 10 F.
F ST. N. W., 623 Furnished room, second
floor; also one third floor; bath on same
noor; steam neat, electric light.
A ST. N. E., 628-Newly papered, nicely
furnished room; next to bath; with board.
L u-
3D BT. X. W.. 21-Nlcely furnished front
ruorcis, n.w. Z.&U.
N. Y. AVE. M. W.. J8-Three nicely
nlshed roums; heat and gas; gentle
men
preferred. r
K ST. N. E., 6 Furnished front loom. li
beated, for light housekeeping; lady pru
fered. j
K ST. N. W 1117
. Two furnished rooms.
K BT. N. V., 930 Second floor front room
with board. i
4TH BT. N. W.. 740-Two nicely furnished
rooms; heat and gas; gentleman pie
ferred. (Colored.) l,.
F BT. N. .. 1746-Nlcely furnished "heated
rooms; suitable for one or two; near Y, M.
C. A. !
EYE BT. N. W., 931 Large front room, 2d
floor; furnished for light housekeeping;
heat, gas, bath; reasonable. 1..
H ST. N. W 618 Two second floor fur
nished rooms; suitable for light housekeep
ing; i
2D BT. N. w.. 622 Large from room, fur
nlshed for housekeeping: steam heat. 1
13TH ST. N. W., 1316-Coxy, light house
keeping, large, second floor Xiont; alcove;
kitchenette, closet: 316.10. 1
J(5lINMAHSUALL PL, 322 Eight house
keeping rooms; heat and gas. 1
u ST. N. W., 303 Two bright rooms; heat
"and gas; home cooking. 1..
B ST. S. E., 318 Two fumlsbed rooms, sec
ond floor; convenlsnt to bsth; hot water
heat; near two car lines; gentlemen only.
. I
3D ST. 8. E., 18 Several large, bright rooms;
heat and xaa: 312. 810. 36. !
C BT. N. W., 321 Three large, bright rooms:
heat and gas; well furnished. 1..
E. CAP. ST., 636 Two nicely furnished front
rooms; convenient to two car lines. 1..
A ST. S. E., 801 Two desirable second floor
rooms; walking distance Capitol, Library.
1..
EYE ST. N. W., C36 Rooms, well heated,
ror two. 33 week: small room. 8L60. !
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 620 Nloely furnished
rooms, first and second floors; housekeep
ing If desired. 1..
O ST. N. E.. 607 Furnished room; heat and
and gas; gentleman preferred; southern
exposure; reasonable. 1
E 8T. N. W.. 119 Large front roofn, wlh
or without board; private family gentie
man. i
EYE ST. N. W.. 61-Nlcely furnished front
room, hot water heat; two gentlemen pre
ferred. !
EYE ST. N. W., 800-Large second floor
front room, nicely furnished; well heated.
1..
19TH BT. N. W 614-One front room, well
lighted and heated..
M ST.. 1017 Cor. Hth. N. W Neat, com-
fortable, front room; steam heat; separata
pain; rai moderate: gentlemen.
C ST. N. E., 121 Near Capltol-Furnlshed
communicating rooms for housekeeping.
CRITTENDEN ST., 1224 Large, light second,
floor front room: gentlemen; uio of parlsr.
I'hone Col. 4641.
3D BT. N. E., 622 Furnished room; heat and
gas; gentleman preferred: reasonable.
6TH BT. N. XV., 1111-Fumlshed, large front
and back rooms, second and third floors;
housekeeping. ,.
O BT. N. W., 1213 Large, bright room; prl
vate family; hot water heat; phone; gentle
men only.
8TH ST. N. W.. 1069 Second floor, furnished
room.
B ST. N. E.. 314 Three handsomely fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping; beat,
gaa. bath; reasonable. .
Q ST. N. W., 447 Furnished double parlor;
alwaya hot water; gentlemen; man and
wife.
K BT. N. W., 1213 Second floor room; hot
water heat; also fourth floor front; phone.
1..
CONN. AVE. N. W.. iro-.Handsome!y fur
nished newly papered rooms; transients ac
commodated, l..
6TH ST. N. W., 719 Neat well heated rooms;
large, front; 810 month; also nice room, 36
month.
HILLYER PL., 2629 Large, neatly furnished
room; handsomely furnished; line location.
Phone. .
OAKLAND. APARTMENT 6 Furnished
rooms and ecellent table board; horns cook
ing. 1..
HTH ST. N. W.. 719 Second floor front: well
furnished.
HARVARD ST. N. W.. 1372-Dellghtful lo
cation; souto room and ball room; 2 car
lines. 1
T ST. N. W.. 1763 Newly decorated 2d story
room; private house; hot-water heat; gen
tleman, l
FOR RENT ROOMS
Unfurnished.
R ST. N. W.. 1306-Unfurnlahed large front
parlor, well heated; convenient to bath;
cars, cafes; cheap. !
7TH ST. N. E., 303 Two largo unfurnished
rooms en second floor, for light housekeep
ing. 4T HST. N. E.. 626 Three bright rooms and
bath; second floor; 111. ,.
F 8T. N. E., 307 Three large, bright rooms,
third floor; newly papered; all modern Im
provements; near Station, Printing Office;
reasonable. 1
2D ST. N. E., IS Three, light housekeeping:
heat and gas; near Capitol and Library.
C ST. N. E., 127 Two or three first floor
rooms; pantry, large yard, rink In kitchen;
gas; 311 or 313 dollars.
K ST. N. E, 74 Two unfumlvhed rooms,
second floor; gas, bath; 310; gas for cook
ing; 112.
MASS. AVE. N. E.. 137 Two large rooms,
light housekeeping; heat, gas; 9 month.
FOR KENT ROOMS
Furnished and Cnfurnlshed.
PARK ROAD, 1423 Very pleasant rooms.
' fine batn: soutnern exposure; near cars. ..
MASS. AVE. N. E.. 120-Three third story
rooms for light housekeeping; heat and
gns; reasonable. 1
E. CAP. ST., 813 Three large rooms, second
floor: newly papered and painted. 1..
6TH ST. N. W., 1213 Three rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished; heat and gas; light
housekeeping; 318 month: private family.
3D ST. N. E., 829 Furnished or unfurnished
room; couple, private family; desirable lo
cation. UWMSK 1"
1STII ST. N. W.. 2620 Furnished or unfur
nished parlor, bedrooms. In apt.; suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen: 310 up.
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 29 Furnished or un
furnished rooms, communicating or other
wise: reasonable rate. .,
TABLE BOARD
MASS AVE. N. W., 29-Meals by the day.
wek, or month: home cooking: ever) thing
In season: white trade ..sly. ' 1
FURRIERS
PUI19 ALTERED and repaired: muffs snd
collarettes; faney muffs a specialty, Mrs.
B. U. EVANS. 714 7th St. M, t- X
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
I KPECIAL XHAS '
PIANO OFFER. .
SELECT NOW, PAY $5.
Will Delher Xmas Eve and dlv
6 Months' Music Lessons Free.
.Used Upright JSf.tO; t3S0 1'lano, tTji.
$i75 IManos, I'itS; $400 Pianos, 1276.
LAWRENCE'S, 708 loth.near O. Tuning $1.M.
A LOT of spelndld box top SEWING MA
CHINES; fine sewing condition; at prices
yu can't afford to mUs. SINGER, round
bobbin, (3; IS'EW'ltOME, 63! 8CANDARD,
(4; WHITE. 84. SINGER, shuttle, J.
Wa trade In machines or all makes for the
DAVIS VERTICAL FEED,
because It Is superior for plain sowing and
tne only machine ror embroidery.
Rt pairing on all machines.
DAVIS AGENCY, JJnnl.h l; JST
FOR SALE Handsome gown and wraps for
utter neon and evening wear. 1763 Col. rd.
Apt. 4. !
FOR SALE Diamond, blue-whlto. 1-2 carat,
Tiffany mounting; cheap at 36. Inquire
'iw "in st. k. W. i
NOT TOO SOON TO BUY A PIANO FOR
amah when such bargains as these are
available; Knabc, 8176; Stelnway, 3226; BtlerT,
8226; Bradbury, 3200; Kranlch & Bach. (ISO;
Btultx A Bauer. 3126; Irving, 3126; and Knabe.
3226, Terms to suit. These Instruments were
traded In for Player-Pianos and must bo
void quickly. Also 2S upright pianos at tlvO
cash, each.
O. J. DeMOLL & CO.,
1 Cor. 12th and O sts.
FOR BALE Four diamond rings, suitable
Christmas girts for ladles; reasonable
prices. Apply at 1219 N. Y. ave. N. W. 1
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
m TO GET
A GOOD PIANO FREE.
Give the children a chance to get a musical
education hy taking advantage of this oppor
tunity to get a piano absolutely free. We
have a few good square pianos which will
be loaned to first comers for a porlod of
six months without charge. This offer en
tails nu obligation other than that you agred
to pay the small charge for moving the
piano to your home.
1-. U. SMITH PIANO CO.,
1217 F Street.
i-
TABLES, 25c, 60c; Extension Tables. 32.50;
Couches, 81.60; Wardrobes. Morris Chairs.
Sewing Machines, Carpets, Bed Springs,
Mattresses, Toilet Ware. 933 5th St. N. W.
FOR BALE Equity and furniture In 733 6th
st. N. W.. for 31,260.
SCHOLARSHIPS for best local business col
leges: big reduction. Apply after 6 p. in.,
1140 6th st. N. W.. or by mall. !
FOR SALE Upright piano, nearly new;
standard make. 1222 E. Cap, St. 1
THE WASHINGTON ANTIQUE FURNI
TURE SHOP Expert repairing and One
""'" trm, ave. ruunc west Dl.
I WISH TO DISPOSE of a tla-.k lynx fur
set, largo pillow mulT and Russian shawl;
value 360; 812. BOX 855. Times office. !
FOR SALE
Second-hand upright pianos, flrst-class
condition.
All makes. Including some of our own.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
1008-10 F ST. N. W.
J. a CONLIFF, Mgr.
VIOLINS for rale; also made to order; re
pairing. D. 0. BTRL'BLE. 113 5th St. N. E.
Phone 1.. 3238.
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
$46 Drop Leaf Singer J12.54
1911 Drop Head Singer 320.00
840 Wheeler & Wilson Uu.OJ
New Sewing Machines. 31 down and 60c
week. CleanlnK. 60c Open evening.
H. R. GIVEN, 623 Pa. ave. 8. E. Phone.
CHAIR8. 25c, 50c. Rockers, 50c. 31. 31.50.
Washstands, 50c, 31, 31.50. Chiffoniers, 33.50.
Bureaus, 32.50, 33.50. Rugs. Btovfs, fitcne-
Plpe. Everything cheap. 833 5th St. N. W.
M. SEGAL. ANTIQUE FURNITURE RE.
PRODUCING. REPAIRING. U L ST
K. W. PHONE N. 359-Y.
DANCING
PROF. WYNDHAM. 816 12th N. W., teaches
all dances; clasa Tue. A Thur.. 7:30; lessen,
60c; ( foi 82.60; prlvau any hour. Phnnt
Main 5879.
GLOVER'S, 613 22d St. N. W. Prl. lessum
any hour, 5vc: waits & 2-step guar. In
lessons; class & dance Tues., Thur., Sat.
eve., 25c. high school class. Frl. eve., ti
month; fine ball room for rent. 36. Orchestrt.
Ph. W. 1129. i
M'D'ME COULTER. 807 L st. N. W. Classes
Tues. and Frl. eve. Piano music; fine floor
Lessons any time. Phone North 2625.
DAVISON'S. Prof. A "Mrs.. 719 6th st. N. VI
Lcoaons any hour;' class A dance Tue. A
Frl. evgs. Ph. M 4634. Assembly Dances
every Wed. A Sat, eve.. Nat. Rifles Armory
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
Dancing Studio, ,218 Eye st. N. W. Dance
every Mnn. at Arcade. 8:30. Phone M. 2342.
LEWIS HALL 1602 14 TH ST. N. W. FOR
ENGAGEMENTS TELEPHONE NORTH
164. -
PRIVATE DANCINO SCHOOL.
Only One TaugM at a Time.
Latest Danoes. Two Instructors.
Belasco Theater. Top fl Select. Ph. M.3S29-Y
MARKETS
GOOD OLD RELIABLE
OYSTER HOUSE AND FISH
MARKET.
Seafood all kinds. Poultry and game. Fresh,
pure, line. Our good reputation secured and
maintained by offering only the BEST.
YOU GET A SQUARE DEAL AT
CLAXTON'S FISH MARKET,
R. W. CLAXTON, Prop.,
9404 LA. AVE. N. W.
Phone M. 679. 1
NOTICE TO LADIES
ROOMS PAPERED. 32 up; 1912 patterns. Es
timates on painting and decorating. Le
PREUX. 807 P St. Phone N. 3481.
VIAV1 SCIENCE OF HFA.LTH. natural.
nonsurgical; cloth bound; 400-page book
free. Avply by mall. 916 Colorado Building.
Free lectuo for women Wednesday. 2:30 p.m.
DENTISTRY
PAINLESS DENTISTRY-SPECIAL PRICE?
Beautiful work, very best material. Oui
Vacuum Suction Plate, 33. Gold Crowns on
Brldgework. 33. All fillings, 60 cents up
Painless extraction and cleaning FREE. A
guarantee to all work. ARMY AND NAV1
DENTAL PARLORS. N. E. cor. 7th and F
sts. Entrance. 639 F st. N. W.
SAFES
FULL LINE of flre-proof safes at our eales
room: bought, sold and exchanged. Write
or tsUphone. Will send representative.
YORK 8AFE A LOCK CO.. 6 A 1 W. Osf
man st.., Baltimore. Md.
WHERE TO DINE
QTTTT.TVAN'S Qi"cK lunch.
to U JJJJl. V AJLN O SHORT ORDERS
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY. 10th & La. ave.
I
UPHOLSTERING.
FOR highest grade work and lowest prices
upholsteilng. draperies, window shades, and
reflnlshlng furniture. Phone M. 1099 and leave
srder, 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.
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
PIANO TUNING
PIANO TUNING-11.60; all work guaranteed;
20 years' experience. M, 263 or drop pctaL
F HERMAN 1420 Pa. ave. N. w. -
MARKET SUPPLIES
FULL i.l.NE BASKET'S. PA I' EH UAlly. OIL
PAPER. SUNDRIES'. HOP IN TO HOP
KINS. STAND 194. CENTER 4ARKET. -
VACUUM CLEANERS
REOINA. Diamond, Richmond, Thurinan,
Duntlry, Hoowr. Ute, all makes, ro!d and re
paired; free demonstration, prices (5 tu liy.
cash or Urns. Main 4153. NATIONAL, 6th
and D N. W.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOn SALE-Well-known printing business!
owner wishes to retire on account of kge
splendid chance lor a competent young man.
Address P. O, BOX 289, Times office. !
FAEPY ,PnfCERY. N. W,; gojd business;
will sell all or half Interest.
CAPITAL .BUSINESS EXCHANGE,
1 Washington Loan Trust Bldg.
OROCERY-B. wl section; sales 3260 '
week; rent, 8 living rooms. 822.60; rea
son, Illness. Stock and fixtures; 8900
BALTO. BUS. BROKERS, 7th and E.
GROCERY; puylng stand, Nl W.i worth I WO;
retiring price, oa-. rent, 820; receipts, 624
day.
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. 1428 V.
GROCERY N. ,W. section; excellent; oor
ner; sales 3260 week: cheap rent; will sell
stock and fixtures.
BALTO. BUB. BROKERS. Tth and K.
HAIR. DRESSING and manicuring 'parlor;
finest location In city; must be sold at
once; owner having other business, will sac
rifice for one-third (3260).
BALTO. BUB. BROKERS, 7th and B.
12-ROOM rooming house r nicely furnished,
and permanent roomers; $300, 202 Ind. sve.
N, W. i
APPLES FOR SALE 200 barrets York Im
perial, of good size, color, and flavor, re
cently picked and packed, and now stored
at my orchards near Hagerstown, Md., for
which an offer is asked. JOHN W. MOH
RIS, 611 F st. N. W. o V
FOR SALE-stock of established -variety
More. OWNER, 1432 Wis. ave. ew
FOR SALE Lunch room.
N. W.
433 Ninth street
e
FOR SALE Candy and notion store, aerosa
from large school; cheap. 1125 D St. N. K.
WANTED I'artner with a few thousand do
lars; excellent proposition. Apply BOX
692. Times office. , , ,
HUSTLE Kep on hustling. Yen sav trras
and money and corral business by using
Tbe Washington Multlgraph Latter Co., 142t
N. Y. ave Tel. M. 1942. It makes business
grow with Its economical and artistic letter
service. Dig In. e
LARGE ROOMING HOU8E. with millinery
parlor paying well. Cheap It sold at one,
or will rent parlors, prevent milliner vacat
ing. 719 Hth at. N. W.
MOTORCYCLES
SOME OF THE BEST BARGAINS EVER
OFFERED IN USED MOTORCYCLES. 1
Harley-Davldsons, 3 Excelsiors, 2 Indians, 1
Light, 4 Yalns. 1 2-speed Minneapolis. Apply
at P. M. CORR'B. 818 9th sL N. W.
TWENTY SLIGHTLY U8ED MOTOR
CYCLES, ALL GUARANTEED.
CASH OR PAYMENTS.
1. S. BERRYMAN, Agent Uarley-Davldson
Motorcycle. 912 9th st. N. W. Phone M. 4186.
1-
SIX MOTCRCYCLES; flrst-claas condition;
from 370 up; easy payments. T. N. MUDD.
JR., INC., 1223 New York ave. N. W. 1-
BICYCLES
10 PER CENT DIBCOUNT
On all bicycles from Dec. 1 until Christmas.
Prices range from 320 up, subject to discount.
Old wheels guaranteed. Easy payments
If desired.
T. N. MUDD. Jr.. Inc.,
1223 N. Y. ave. N. W. 1
""HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR SALE One good work horse; no rea
sonable offer refused. Phone M. 740. 812
Sth N. W. I..
FOR SALE Two line pairs 'mules. Apply
11. u. kiak, Lumwr lara. zit wn st.
N. W. !
FOR SALE 6 horses, 1 pair mules 5 years
old, 1 mare and colt 2 months old. Rear
329 C st. N. W.
FOR SALE 20 Virginia horse, suitable for
all purposes; must be as represented or
money refunded. N. CORBIN. 1210 Ohio ave.
COGSWELL'S, the place to buy new and
second-hand vehicles, 316 up; harness, 84
up; blankets and robes half price. 312 11th
st. N. W. 1
GANTZ has 10 car loads of runabouts, any
seys, and 7 spring wa.jns. Will sell them
regardless of cost. 1206 D at. N. W.
CLAIRVOYANTS
M. MARLOWE; '
The Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant.
STUDIO, 1125 14TH ST. N. W.
Truthful In her prediction, reliable In bar
advice: without asking a question aha will
tell you the object of your call, giving names
of friends, relatives, and actual facta con
cerning your life and circumstances which
you know to be absolutely true.
The Madamo will refuse to accept any fee.
unless she gives the utmost satisfaction.
HOURS. 11 TO 8 P. M. 1-
M. RAY. Washington's old reliable palm
ist, card reader. Consult this gifted clair
voyant on business, love, marriage, specula
tlon. 931 New York ave.. basement. 1
MBS. R. LUSBY,
Palmistry and systematic card readings;
references as to ability; positively ladles only.
11 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Closed Bundaya.
PARLORS,
038 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.
MADAME CATHERINE,
Palmist, card reader, baa returned from
California and Is ready with good advice aa
usual. 506 5th N. W.
RETURN TO THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY
DEBORAH,
PEER OF ALL PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS.
614 11th st. N. W.. between F and O eta.
MME. E. H. BENNETT, Renowned Astrolo-
glrt (her book In Congressional Library).
consulted on all affairs. 731 13th st. N. w.
Scientific MAT?P.TA Palmist.
Astrologer, IttAIlUifl. Clairvoyant.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1009 H 8T. N. W.
Late uf Chesapeake Beach.
PROF. FITZGERALD, gifted palmist: double
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riage, and business. 617 13th St. N. VT.
M. 1360.
MRS. SHEPHERD.
RELIABLE CARD READER,
IS NOW LOCATED AT 617 HTH tt. W.
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIST.
Wholo Fortune Told. 20c
Open Nights 1723 8th St. N. VT.
SPIRITUALISM
MEETINGS Mon.. Wed.. Frl., I p. m.
sharp; a message to each: dally readings.
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PADDED vans. 34 36 id.; 2-h. wagon. 83 Id.
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Packing f t-hlpplng. Storage. 31 van Iftad.
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