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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY.
THE CRICKET OF LEEDS
By J. AUBREY TYSON
(Copjrttht, Tha Frank A, Muntey Co.)
Synopsis of Previous Chapters.
David Jlylanee, lata lieutenant In tha
Smith Army In South Africa, upon tola
arrival In Leeds. England, when nit !
ter lives, finds her tn a dying condition
through want. This, although ha has
left his uncle, John Isblvter, sufficient
funds for the girl's maintenance. His
uncle tells him that he. Istlster, Is a
ruined tnan. after which he kills himself.
Rylance, suspected of murdering" htm, la
aought for by the police. Uecauss of his
dying sister he does not attempt to clear
himself till too late, after another mur
der and several assaults have been com
mltted and laid at his door. Uecause of
the various widely separated places when
he has been seen he Is given the sobri
quet of "The Cricket of Leeds.
Kirk wood, a Hcolland Tard detective, la
called tn. Ha ascertains tl at the Cricket
Is the msti who sated his life during the
Hour War (receiving the Victoria Cross
tor the deed), and therefore determines
that he cannot be guilty, and that he will
glvo him the chance to escape and clear
himself. lie finds It y lance at his dying
sister's bedside and finally pervuadta htm
to fly.
Rylance sails from Liverpool for America
on the tramp ship Beowulf, and lands at
the Island of Orleans. In the St. Law
rence river. Een there he finds the vil
lage sheriff porting on a board In front of
the courthouse his picture and a notice
of reward offered for his capture. He
makes arrangements to board at the house
of one Jean Uregaut, who lives with his
daughter Anne. That night Uregaut robs
Ilylance of all his money and his Vic
torla Cross, and also stealing from his
daughter, escapes from the Island. Ry
lance agrees to live as foreman at the
Uregaut farm under the direction of Anna.
The village usurer, Pancoast, holds a
mortgage on the place, and Anne and
Rylance do their best tn make money
from the farm to pay off the mortgage.
Things go at a fair rata till suddenly
Rylance sees Ward, a Leeds detective,
irowllng rrund the Island. Evidently the
atter la after the Cricket of Leeds.
CHAPTER XV (Continued).
"D'
)i;.S the man whom jou fear
resemble this one,?" Klrk
wood asked.
Startled out of Ills gloomy
reverie by the question of his host, tho
lsltor reached for tho photograph that
Kirk wood wag holding out to him. As ho
took It he looked at It half carelessly.
"Yes yes," ha said slowly; then he
gave a little start and a puzzled look
came Into his eyes. "Why, yes, ho
does look like this one, but Why,
It seems to me I have seen this pic
ture somewhere before."
He rose quickly and, with unsteady
steps, he crossed to where a lamp
stood on a table In a corner of the
room. Then bending; over the photo
graph, he studied It attentively.
The voice of the visitor was trem
bling' when ho spoke again.
"The man 1 knew had no white In
his hair and he woro a beard," ho
said.
Picking up a card that lay on the
table, Klrkwood placed It over the
chin of the face In the photograph,
then with ono of his fingers ho cov
ered the white cowlick that rose from
the brow.
The visitor gave a little cry, and,
shrinking back aghast, he gazed at
Klrkwood with horror-stricken eyes.
"Yes yes!" he muttered tremulously.
"Yes, It Is Marchaml! You know him,
then! You "
"Yes, I know him. Ills numo Is
neither Marchand nor I'arct, any more
than yours Is Croll. You are Uenry
l'ancoast, lato of the village of Basil
ton, and the man who has threatened ,
to take your life Is one who will keep
his word. If he seeks you ho will find
you. He Is David Rylance, tho Cricket
of Leeds."
Tho visitor stiffened suddenly. Ills
widening eyes looked dazed and luster
less He moved a hand toward the
table on which tho photograph had
fallen.
"Ah, yes," he murmured absently. "I
remember yes yes. I remember now.
At tho town hall ono night. In Basllton
Haptlste Bap "
Ho took one step forward reeled
backward, thtn collapsing entirely, lie
fell with a supptesscd cry at the feet of
Klrkwood.
At that moment the door that com
mtin'ceted with the hall was opened
suddenly.
With the quickness of a cat. Klrk
wood turned upon the Intruder. His
face was set and there was steely glint
In his eyes.
"Ah. It's ou'" he exclaimed In a tone
of relief as he saw who It was that
was standlmr In the doorway.
The Intruder was Ward, the young
Leeds detective.
"We've struck the trail again," said
Ward, whose eyes wero gleaming with
excitement. "He landed from the Pre
toria at Southampton shortly after
noon, but It Is not until this evening
that he boarded a train for the north
a train that passed through Winchester
scarcely more than half an hour ago.
I have telegrnphed to Basingstoke di
recting one of tho constables there to
board the train and "
"How long had tho train been gone
from here when you sent the tele
gram?" "Less than five minutes. I got the
message from Southampton at the tele,
graph office. While I v. us reading It
the train pulled out."
"Did you tcleKraph to London also?"
"Yes to Scotland Yard."
"All right." Klrkwood drawled. "But,
after all, you have taken too much
trouble. The trail ends here."
"Here!"' exclaimed Ward wonderlng-
r.
Taking him bv the arm. Klrkwood led
him farther Into tho room and pointed
to where his first visitor lay upon the
floor, behind a table that had concealed
Iilm from Ward's view.
Gasping with astonishment the Leeds
detective leaned over the head of the
Inanimate man.
"By heaven. It's Pnncoastl" ho ex
claimed, turning his bewildered eys to
Klrkwood.
"Yes, the quarry's here, and the
hound that's been following his trail
Is not the sort that will keep us wait
ing long," said Klrkwood "But get
some water quickly! We muBt bring
him to. If tho Cricket Is not to have
another murder laid to his charge we
must see to It that this fear-crazed
blackguard Is ablo to keep well under
cover' tonight."
CHAPTER XVI.
The Return of an Exile.
IN the little reception room of Kirk
wood's villa a single lamp was burn
ing, and the curtains were closely
drawn. All other lights In the house
had been extinguished. l'ancoast, hav
ing been restored to consciousness, had
been led upstairs to a bed room In the
attic. It was nearly midnight, and all
the house was still
In the reception room, however, Klrk
wood and Ward sat together In front
of tho fireplace vhero several logs
were smoldering. Klve minutes before.
Ward, with a gloomy face, had returned
from the railway station and the tele
graph office. A southbound train had
passed through Winchester, and Ward
had alnlv tried to And among the pas
sengers tho man he sought.
At the telegraph office he had re
ceived a telegram from the constable
who had boarded the last northbound
train at BuolngBtoke, fifteen miles from
Winchester. This man reported that
when the train had stopped at Woking,
twenty-four miles bevond Basingstoke
ho had accompanied the guard whllo ho
had been punching tickets, and had
looked Into every compartment on the
train. The message concluded with
these words:
"The man Is not on train. Am satis-
fled that he did not leave It at Basing
stoke or Working. Guard remembers
man of that description In second com
partment of third carriage. He had
ticket for London. Does not remember
seeing him when he looked In at Win
chester. Is It not possible he left train
at Winchester?"
Prior to taking Panooast to the room
In the attic, Klrkwood had learned from
htm the story of his flight. This was
substantial! as follows:
From Basllton the money-lender had
made his way by boat to Levis, on the
south side of the St. Lawrence, oppo
site Quebec. He was fortunate enough
to get aboard a train for Boston that
drew out of the station about five min
utes after his arrival. He had seen and
recognized tho launch that had started
in pursuit of him. but his more speedy
craft had soon outdistanced it. Though
he had not seen Marchand, he did not
doubt that he was In the pursuing
launch.
From Boston Pancoast started at once
for New York. He decided to proceed
to Hngland with as little delay as pos
sible. The first vessel that ho rould
tako was the St. Ixiuls, but this would
not sail for fourteen hours. He board
ed the steamer early, and from a port
hole that commanded a view of tho
"i ink lie watched tho other pas
sengers as they came oboard.
Tho last man to cross the gangplank
was Marchand!
l'ancoast was trapped.
The money-lender had, of course,
booked under a false name. Feigning
sea-sickness, he had kept to his state
room during the voyage. He paid his
bedroom steward handsomely to keep
him Informed of Marchand's move
ments. The name of Marchand did
not appear on the sailing list, but the
steward Informed Pancoast that he was
known as William Effingham, and that
he had a sulto of two rooms, In ono of
which all his meals wero served. Every
night, between 9 and 10 o'clock, and
every morning, between 5 and 6 o'clock,
he spent several minutes walking the
deck.
During the last day or two of the
voyage Pancoast had found comfort In
the reflection that perhaps, after all,
Marchand's presence on the vessel wan
only accidental. It was to England that
Anne had gone, and It was Just possible
that he was going there to find her.
When the ship arrived at Southamp
ton Pancoast remained on board until
all tho other passengers had gone
ashore. Despite the rapidity with which
British customs Inspectors perform their
tasks, It was Inevitable thai there must
bo tome delay In a big landing shed.
Ho would wait until the other pas
sengers were on their trains.
At length a steward brought him a
message from tho purser to the ffect
that, owing to the fact that tho cus
toms Inspectors v. ere almost through
their work, he would have to go ashore
at once and get them to pass his lug
gage. Then, wrapping himself up In a
heavy ulster he had purchased In New
York, ho had left tho ship.
The bie shed, ivhlch had so lately been
crowded with passengers and their
trunks and bags, was now almost de
serted. A couple or. suit cases nem an
tho personal property which ho had
brought with him, and these were quick
ly passed.
Thus far, alert as he had been, he
saw nothing of the man he feared.
Confident that Marchand had left tho
town, he went over to a little hotel near
the railway station and engaged a room.
In this his dinner was served. At a lit
tle aftir 9 ho boarded a train for Lon
don. As the train left the lights of South
ampton behind It Pancoast breathed
morn freeiv It Is In big cities that
fugitives always find their best chances
of eluding their pursuers. London was
less than eighty miles distant now.
Six miles from Southampton the train
slowed down at Blshopstokc. As It stop
ped Pancoast, looking from the window,
saw a boy with a basket of sandwiches.
He had had his dinner at 3 o'clock, and
having eaten nothing since, he had be
come conscious of a feeling of hunger.
He called the boy, who, turning to serve
a customer, did not hear him Pancoast
opened the door of the carriage and
alighted He called again, and the boy
ran toward him
Pancoast grabbed u handful of sand
wiches, paid the boy. then turned to
ward the compartment ho had Just left.
"All aboard, sir," said a guard, ifouch
Ing his orm. "The train is leaving."
As ho raised his eyes to seek the door
of the compartment ho had left, his
gaze fell first on the opon window of
the door of tho compartment behind
him.
Through that window he met the
flashing, menacing gaze of Marchand!
"Be quick, Mr!" commanded the guard
Impatiently.
As rancoost drew back he saw the
hand of Marchand steal toward tho
handle of the door.
The money lender knew that if he
stayed behind Marchand would soon be
at his side.
He hurried through tho open door of
the compartment he had left. The
guard slammed tho door behind him.
and the train began to move.
l'ancoast was now In the first com
partment of thu carriage, and Marchand
was In the compartment behind him.
These compartments were separated by
a partition that probably was no more
than two Inches thick. Along the side
of the carriage ran the guard's step,
which was similar to that step which
runs the full length of an open car on
on American street railway. The train
was scheduled to stop at nearly every
station along the line, so the doors
were not locked, as Is often the case
In the through run. Marchand had only
to open the door of his compartment
and walk along the step to the door of
the compartment occupied by Pancoast.
Would he do so?
Pancoast was the sole occupant of his
compartment, but, despite his aston
ishment and terror, he had observed
that there wero other passengers In the
compartment with his pursuer. Pan
coast was unarmed, but not for a mo
ment did ho doubt that Marchand car
ried a revolver.
Still gazing apprehensively toward the
window on the left, Pancoast drew out
and unfolded his time-table. Glancing
at tins, ne saw mat ine next stop was
Winchester, seven miles bcyound
Blshopstokc. After leaving Winches
ter tho train would not stop until It
came to Basklngstoke. For the next
ten minutes Pancoast did not let his
gaze wander from the door on his left.
Just as the train began to slow down
at Winchester Pancoast tried the door
on his right. It was locked, and he
lowered the window. Through this he
climbed, but lust as he decided to drop
to tho ground, the train (stopped with a
Jolt. It was at the station.
Pancoast, Btrlklng the ground fell tn
his knees, then rising quickly, he crept
under a line of goods cars. Here ho
crouched, and watched until tho train
he had left moved on
A glance at the station platform as
sured him that his pursuer was not
there. Ho hastened across, then found
the cabman who had brought him to
Klrkwood s.
As he finished this recital of his ad
ventures pancoast was almost on the
verge of a second collapse. The pres
ento of Ward, whom he recognized,
had Inspired him with new alarm, but
Klrkwood and Ward had assured him
that while he was In the villa he would
have nothing to fear. Ho had then al
lowed Klrkwood to lead him to the
room In the attic.
A few minutes later Ward returned
to the station and telegraph offlco with
the result that already has been re
corded. For several moments Klrkwood and
Ward, In the reception room, had sat
In silence. Ward wns the first to speak.
"Well, If ho Is In Winchester, why
aro we sitting here?" ho asked.
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teed, reasonable 1IUX r., Times office 1
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVAHHKHrt for toilet urtklea
tth ft N. V
Apply COS
(HHi;T HaLkHUOMAN rtrat-claaa, onfl
nun unijrrFianuB in uiv-i iraur narrii
HOX 117 TlniM itfllfi 1-
COAT ANO HKIICI HANI)H-Tl.'roughlr
perlenced. Apply JUI.ICR OARPINKUi
rn IJth and K els
COOK for buvrdlng
must eta) nights
lft.V I7ih st V W
house
Call
gtpod wares,
after 7pm.
CHAMMEUMAIIIM Appli at oncn to House
liee:r. ItAI.EHlH HOTEL
GIRLS
16 to 18 years of age,
As Merchandise Inspectors and
Bundle Wrappers. Apply be
for 10 a. ni
Superintendent,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
OIFlt. f'r iffneral hou-jivork Call at
At-hlfy Trrci,ClctlaDd l'ark
;m
fJlltl. for Knrral liouscwork KU
roml
OIIU.r-PoloiiMl, uantol for tailor ihop
t st N W
Tark
lift
LADinS lllatkstono Mrsshko Machine finds
readi rnW In enrv bomt It O OltlF-
FITH 310 N Y af !
LADIES, LEAIIV IIEACTY CULTURE.
good ijosltlons MIRItnil INST. OF
UEM'TV. CULTURE HI) r st N W.
SALESIDIEb-llrlght. active and of good
character Apply to IIIX'KER 8. 1JJ4 F
st N W J
THOROUGHLY experienced waist
draper. Apply at once. 1622 H
st. N. W., 2nd floor.
UOMEN' cHnviissers wanted, experience not
nrcfsr.irv, must havo good nppeirance.
goo1 salary to start with excellent chance of
advanceimnt Call at Ruom 331, Munaey
building Immcdlatel)
HELP WANTED MALE
AN OPPORTUNITY to learn the Patent
Iltistntss In the evening without giving
up your prtwenl position Thorough course,
two nights a wrt k at tho Columbia bcho.il
of Drartlng other courses In Drafting
and HpcUflcatlun Writing Cataloguo on
request vv r.te, phone, or call In the
evening COI.UMHIA SCHOOL OK
IlHAt-rlNO, Mi.LdChlen llldg , 10th and
U sts N. W.
llAKER-Itrst-cIass
HIS II st N
ROY to learn horseshoeing, one with ex
perlence preferred Apply rear 423 O st,
N W.
ROY Ctilored, at once, to work around gro
cer! store 737 !! st N W
ROY For soda fountain, with experience,
salary 17 AITLIXTK'S. 804 O st. N. W
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BOYS
For Bundle Wrapping, Office
Work and General Store Ser
vice; must be 16 years of age.
Apply before 10 a. tn.
Superintendent,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
HOY Willing white, to learn paperhanglng
and painting G5 V st N W. ..
HOY rolored at once, 17 or 18. around store,
tfft Job 7U0 7tn at. h w.
BOY Mutt havo wheel.
Apply at onc, Z13
Oxford Uulldlng
1 .
BU8IIELMAN AND I'ltlSSSElt-At once
Apply6C3 JI st N W 1
cTFlWLTMXKIIR-Flrst-class Apply C K
riNCII, 1341 W st N W
COAT MAKKIIH Three first class.
WINEMAN. 1)14 f st. N. W.
Apply
Woodward & Lothrop
Require the Services of
EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN
For Inside Lighting Work.
Apply before 10 A. M.,
Employment Office.
HELP WANTED MALE
LADORERS-SIx skilled or Kranei
Ap-
ply wall paper dept , W. 11. MOSES
SONS. 11th and F st. N, W.
A
LAHOllERS JO, good, for concrete work.
Foot of 3d St. 8. K. E. O. OUMMKL.
Contractor. !
10U 14 EN to try our special no dinner for lto.
SULLIVAN'S LUNCH.
10th and II sts. II. W.
MARKET CLERIC Permanent position for
good man. Apply 1310 Wlsconaln ave.
l'ATKNT DRAPTSMAN-Klrst-class. rapid
worker: state eiperience and aalary want-
ed! koo.1 firm. Address PATENT ATTOR
NEY, IlOX 340, Times onice.
rAI'ERHANOEHS Good wages or pay by
piece. 313 41 h st. N. E
Woodward & Lothrop
Require the' Services of
EXPERIENCED PACKERS
For Grocery and China Packing.
. Apply before 10 A. M., '
Employment Office.
I'HESSEIt-Colored. Call at once None but
eiperlencrd need apply. 413 Hth at, N. v
1..
I'LCMIIERS-Two. kuiI, steady work all
winier. Apply MKM1. A aiLIITZ. . K
St. N W. Ask for MR 1'RALICK !
OUTER Colored Apply at once, HOY'S
HOTEL 600 I-a av N W
TAILORS Thoroughly zperlenceO. as wow
sn's coata. Addiv
JILICH UAItPINKLE CO.. U'.h and T sts.
TINNERS Two, good Jobs for the right men.
('nil at one. IRONCLAD ROUKI.NU CO,
Kltllh st N V.
JSIIER at once
COS till st N W.
VfltOINIA THEATER.
WHITE MAN-Msrrlecl, on dairy farm, wife
to board some of tbfa help: goo.1 house, good
wages, un electric r.ad, t miles from city
K. If llltl.MCLEY,
College I ark, Md.
WE MUST HAVE
Thre Mrn at onco to laarn
THE AUTO DL'SINEHS
IP nur opportunity If you call today.
THE NAriONAI,. AUTO COLMCUE.
tth and O Mi. N. W. Opco till p m.
YOU.Ntl MAN over 21 In n re trie ofTlcr, hav-
In evpfrlrnre In wlrlm; and about small
machinery and Uthe uork, monthly.
tartlnc Htaln ak weight, and rerrrmcea
ItOX go. Tlpira office.
AOUNd MAN of guod nppearanr And
character, with tuni tirxrlence an aales
man, atate (tnd nature of pretnt ork,
ricrptlonal opportunity for rlnht man HOX
Zll, Timfi offlco 1..
lOt'NO MI..N canvaaiiera wanted; must hav
Rood addrt-m, aalary 17 pr weak to itart
with. rrellnt chance for almoit lmntdlata
adtuncemtnt Apply at once Zl, Munaey
JIulldlnj
HELP WANTED
Male and Female.
WANTEtt- Holel help for all ilepirtments
Ut'RUESH HOTEL AUENCY, MS luth st
N W
WANTED SALESMEN
WANTKD -On who can p?tl lubrlcatlntt otla
and paint Trade titablUhed Mutt hav
lnt rrcommendatloni Hate addrvna. torn
pnn.itlun dnlrril, lni puu employed, fur
nlMi.nt Kftrmo tf Uiuu ItOX Zis, Time
i lire -
CLAIRVOYANTS
ANNINA ANDRINI CT
Natural rlalroyant and cole acrnt for tht
fnrnoua 1?k pttan Wal for rmo Injc apella
and accomplishing tlfilcna, crtBl Uiatructlon
by apiHilntment I'hone Un 2W5
Ml? V AMEftlOA H leading palmlit
-i x j and card trader Cutmult thla
Klftril flaln o) ant on buRtn?, lo r, mir
riK. chariiM. iinxulatlun 931 S.vt ork
avvNV Cloied on Hunday
lAta of Ilaltlmoro. Scientific Crd llesder.
Battsfactlun cuar&jited r money relunded.
MADAMK CATUClUNli,
Talmlct and card rvadr Help and adilca
to all In truuble. buk 6th it. N V. Op. n
hundatyn
61tiniNAI AVI) ONLY UKflOKA.freer Of
ult rulmlut) an 1 MMIump
CH T11 HI S V, llet K an J U itf
WHAT IF I AM A NEGRO?
Do It appeal to you that 1 halne !rt?n
raHrd In the houthUnd born with a auprrlir
lnht ltu.il power, eilurated by a Ulner,
iiKUler In thu art and Dracllca of iimiriLlM. I
t ihould t toi.RuIttd nrl In all lova unalra
at d buiinei Ulfflcutttefl I am no laker
Cull and e me We icll German load tana
char i ub I'rof I'UI.NCi; 1611 11th st .N W.
MMK ZRWITA l'""Ut. begs to an
"LUL, iLHilil nounce her removal
fnim 1K Tth st to 7:7 fith st N W
MRS It. LUSUY,
LANOUAOE OK THE HAND AND CARDd
F1STEMA1ICALLT ItKAU. 1'AHl.OItS FOR
LAU1LS ONLY. HI NEW lOl.Yv AVE. N
W CLOSED SUNDAY 11.10 to . P. M.
tic. toe. I AQTRO fc K st N. W.
and tl 00. njJftU Over rult Store
I'sychic Palmist. Qhci help In all Lovo anl
Hutslnesa Affairs BatUfaetlon guaranfed
ORIOINAL QYJ'ST rAUMlST.
Ytbu'f aA-rtuo.. Told. :c
Opn Nltthts 1723 Sth t. N
SPIRITUALISM
1IADA1.1NE CUUT1N, MEDIUM, 1IEAL.EU.
403 4th st -N. E. ITUato nudlngi dally,
(!t?t-loptng cluea, circle Wednesday e., I
o clock I'hone Lincoln 2517 M.
tSEANCE MEETINUt? Tuesday and Thursday
eenlngs, b p m Iteadlngs dill). Ana
coatla car. Mrs. K. HOTH, 700 8th at. B. U
MIIH HUNTEIt. l'fchlo Medium, -03 Ke
nols Jlldg . 11th and U Jta Consult ma
on all Important attain of life Dally, 1 to
7pm vt:a.Qns classes. Heajs rur entcr
talnmnta 1
MEETUH Won . Wrd , Krl , 8 p m. sharp,
a message to each, dally readings. MKH
MALT1IY, 07 Mt. Vernon pt. N W. M. 170.
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WALL PAPER
PAPEHIIANaiNO. :o less than other firms.
Phone Line. 2219, or drop postal for esti
mate CI1AS. R. HYSAN. tOi K Cap. St.
I-
LATKST designs of wall paperi work guar.
anteed, reasonable prlcts lMl'CHIAL
WALL l'Al'KR CO , 487 O N. W I'h M. V304
NOTICE TO LADIES
II. HARRIS. Ladles' TalLr.
71 Hth st. N. T.
The H 00 Bktrt House has removed from
103 14th St. to 71i Hth st. N. W with a full
line of tho most advanced styles In suits and
dresses at remarkably low figures. Misses'
suits, 115 up Estimate suits, fli up. KllteJ
klrts 13 to. all styles t
M1AMPOOINQ, facl.il massage and sculp
treatment, switches, psvehes. Sfiund floor
MRS LAURA. ALMON, 72S Hth. I'h M. 4771.
1-
VIAVI bCIENCE OK HEALTH, natural.
non-surgical, clothbound too-pag bok
free. Apply by mall 916 Colorado llulldlnc.
rrea lectuia for women Wedntsdas at3.30.
RAIN & AUT0-C0AT MAKERS
I. GLASER & CO.
makes guaran
teed wator vr mt
rain and auto coata for ladles and gentlemen,
alters and rcpalre all kinds of rabbet gar
menta and articles. Ph. Main Ctt Hi ly
tt. N. W -
WORKINGMAN'S WANTS
WOnKINOMEN-lxwklnir for similarly ?
Well, "Old Him" ain't In It must nee ua
tn nave the "dough," and, sti Ho this
stock slightly used suits and overcoats, go
ing somt, t 13 to $10, a square ileal one
prlt-p Jl'HTII'H OM HTAN'U, 61? I) 1-
TY P EWRTfTYrTLETTE RS
ALFOItD'H TVI'HWRITIL.N LHTTlll.b l.ok
exactly like Individual tperlllng ) ju
can fill them In jourself to match ptrfictly
Ask for samples Main 7510
ALI'Olin LLTTLIt CO
District National Uank llulldlof,
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished.
F ST. N. E , J07-2d floor, private, for ceuplai
two larso rooms and bath: nlcalr fur
nished; near Station and Capitol, reasonable.
IND. AVE. N. W., Iltl'srlor flat, 2 largs
and one small room, with water; oilier
rooms, reasonable.
MD. AVE. 8. W., 473 Nicely furnished
hall room, IS per month.
E. CAP, ST., 113 Rooms; steam heat.
W
nd 110 per month.
MAHS, AVE. N. W., 23Nlcely furnished
rooms; well heated; board If desired;
convenient to O. p, O., Union Sta. and Cap.
i
1ST ST. N. W., 217-Two nice, completely
rumisnea rooms, lor ugnt housekeeping.
ST. 1'AUU l(a 1STH N. W., Apt. 10.
Front, adjoining bathl newly decorated:
aunny. sleani heat, electrlo light; 110. 1"
N. J AVE. N. W.. 100 Two aecond-story
front rooms, furnished, light housekeeu
InK. prhato family. l
EYE ST. N. W MO To neat lady or
couple; housekeeping room; 3 week. !
ITH ST. N. E. K2-Etremely handsome
s.room nat. narlor noor. furnished In the
best ol style, complete for housekeeping-;
liS per mo . heat and gas Included. 1
11 HT N W.. a-Neatly furnished room.
light housekeeping If desired !
11TH MT N Y . KTO-Two large adjoining
rooms, hath, well heated, othir front
rooms, 12 SO weekly.
It sr, HIS Nicely furnished rooms, gas.
reasonable. 1
13TII HT N W., 131-Alcova bay-window
front, kitchenette, iloaet, 1 h k 1
O HT N. w 103 Kurnlshul rooms, second
floor, for housekeeping, heat and gas. 1'
1ST HT, N W lO-J-Hcond story front ad
Joining room, gas range, dlshrs, housekeep.
fng. reliable people. !
K HT N. W , 231 Two or three rooma com
mimlrating, In quiet well kept homo, com.
plete for housekeeping !
It ST N, V.. 113-Tw largo furnished
rooms for I h. k , second flour frunt, ull
convenience, reasonable. ' 1
EAST CAPITOL ST, 320 Nlco large and
email fnrnUhed rooms, hot-wuter heat.
OTH fvr N W 1100 Two nicely furnished
roomv, 1 h. k , hotwater heut; reasonable.
N HT N W Ill-Thre beautifully lighted
rooms, rraiiui nome, no, izo. i
O HT N. W . 40-Kront and back parlor,
also ono large room, third floor back, rea
.unable.
O BT N. W., 20S-KUI of 3 room or two
wnn neat and gas .
O HT N. W. 427-l.argo front room, well
neatea. ror couple. Housekeeping permitted,
F ST N. W . IV4 Thr rooms furnished
complete fur housekeeping, second floor,
reasonable. !
f.TH ST N. B HO-Mcely furnished room!
heat and gua, also large ono .ultabl. for
two gentlemvn, rent reasonable. 1
a.M) ST. N. W.ri26-vCilTl:urnlshcd rooms,
1st fluor front, other front rooms, hot-watur
heal,
K ST N. W , lull-' fur" Tront rooms, ecu.
IvKatlon, convLmtnt to cars, reasonable,
K ST N . 1014-Three fur front rooms,
.ntrally locaUd, ounvenlint to cars. rate,
reasonable lt
1A. AE., lens lively, aunny, warm roonuT,
strictly modern, fine location, opposlto
RALE1UH HOTEL, iutu to permanenta
!
I'A AVK. 1913 Tw-o rooms, 14, t ruoms,
1.0, 3 riums, Io0, 3 rooms, J4, single, is up,
steaiu. gas ranges. Utlhj, Janitor, 4 bulldinga.
Phono M 7177.
FUK HtNl HUUmS.
linturmshed.'
II HT N t 3i:Twi unfurnlshrd rooma.
1 1 eh t huiisekcepinit. heal, ham, cheap
K . 1. hT N K, 64. Thrie or lour nxm.!.
1st or 2d lloor, una trnd bath, reasonable.
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N J AVE , 107 Two. thrt- or more rnomi,
clun to Uhrarxi ttc, hot uatrr h-at, $Li
to 3j. oin-n bunOay. l'bomi North 47M. i
U hi S V.. 3 Fuur hrlghi Zna noor
roomi. cloftrta, heat, gar. bath; cxntral,
chta p !
I'A A K N. W . 4-Thre larga roomi.
lhlrl door, private bath. heat. UW, I h.
k r bualntM. i
11T1I KT S E . Ml Thr unfurnlihed roami
for rrnt. jJ lth Kf
D HT N . 130 Tnree unlurnlvhcJ rvomi
ou second llvjr and ono on tlrvt floor. L
Ji k , titat and tfa ..
FUR HtNl KUUiYiS
Furnished and Unturmsned
EVE hT N V , 63i 2 or 3 unfur. rooms.
Utiie fur room, M floor, 3 trtd rooms, $ lb
Ir munth
T1I 81 .N W. 433 Three nicely furnlshad
roomi, with siram htal.
O tT N. E , 71(-- Two rvomv m I p , lur
nlnhnl ur unfurnlshvd, furnished 110, un-furnlwhs-4.1
18 pf' Mmtli
KK hT .031 Hrlght attractive rooms, n
hundaome lur two furnlitod, convenient tJ
cars i
Ulll HT N . U.-rour nrst floor ravms,
housckeepliig, moiern tll kept house,
ROOMS AND BOARD
D 8T , H33 Houth front rooms, with board,
sttutn heat, bath on each floor, central
location
.UAUtii: KL'HNIsann KOOM, with uperlor
boird, tn private f.unll, $1S, to gentUmuQ.
HOX :6. Times off In-
I'A. AVC b'. M, 13032 com. furnished rottina
v,lth Uard fur Z gintknten, re if unable
STH tfT. W , UW-Kurnlshed rooms with
the best table buard In clt) , very reason
able. G Hf. N W, 401 lU'om and board for two,
$31 month, table board, 13 urck.
II BT N W , 607-HeaulIful hall room
KoJ board nasunable
9TH bl" N U , 733 ltooms and board. S3,
table. 3fa). breakfast Cam, men only
O hT. N V , 1211-Mcely furnlshej room,
with board; line cooking reasonable. North
BTM 1..
TABLb BOARD
EXCELLENT MEALH for particular people;
als.v banquets, parties, families served rea
sonat'ly. Investigate 720 10th st N.W 1
FOR RENT-PIANOS
pianos ron RENT
ti 13. tl. and li Per Month.
Plaer pianos rented nt reasonable ratea.
Rent to opplv on purchase at any time.
F. O. SMITH PIANO CO , l!M F st N. W.
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TRANSFER AND STORAGE
FUItNITUni: MOVED THE RIGHT WAV.
Phone Main 010.
Kama's Hxrnisss. 12:4 1I it. N. W.
furniture and Pianos.
packed for Hafo Shipment.
Phone for estlrnvte Storage.
MOVINtl LXPENSES R1SOUCED.
We nlll do jour mot lug, packing, and
shlnnlno-. and tuke In uavment old furnlluiA
stoves, etc WAblllNOTON S KURNITURU
CO., uio-i&iz .in su a. vv. i-none North 2:70.
PADDED vans, 14 & 15 Id , 2-h. wagon. 12 Id.
Phone Main 1916-1916.
COLUMBIA TRANHI'UR it STORAGE CO,
NSN I uie. N W
Packing and Shipping Storage. 13 van load
STORAGE
H. BAUM & SON, 912 Pa. Ave.
$1 Load Per Month. Phone M. 1254
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely are.
proof storage, moving;, packing. UNITED
STATES STORAUE CO.. 411-20 loth st. N. W.
Phone M 422
WATCH REPAIRING
WATCH HEPAIIUNQ
Ry skillful well experienced watchmaker
All repalra guaranteed Cleaning, II.
Mulusprthg II.
M. HLUMENp'lXL), JEWELER,
2010 HTH SI, PHONE COL 776.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS .
REMOVAL SALE
We Move To Our New Building
December t.
EVERY PIANO MUST BE SOLD.
WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS,
We Arc Offering Them at Prices
TO SELL.
Special Prices in Upright Pianos:
Anr slano dellverad on Darment
uaoier uprigni .......
Harvard upright
Bradbury upright
Chlekerlng upright
Kimball upright
Shonlnger, upright
Ludwlg
i vers at rona
Kimball UDrlsht
Autoplano
1'lanola
Dcmonatrattna IMavar .
sausic nous Excnangea iigaruiesa
I'urcnasaa,
JUELG
I-IANO COMI'ANT,
1 STREET. AT 13TH. N.
OAK DREKHER. II; single Iron bed springs.
sj. mailing, rnairs uo o sv, w. w. I"
OVERCOATS-Two black and gray; cost :S
medium and large alse, $13 and 114, never
worn Address HOX 240, Times offlM. !
MAONIKICENT set or black furs, IIS, valun
Its, latest model, perfectly new; will call
or come to my home. Ltlff bargain. Address
SIRS. 8 , HOX 208. Times office.
LAWRENCE'S PIANO SALE"
ClflCKEItlNO UPRIGHT 185. MN'E TONE
KINE bTEUK hQUARE IS5 12 SO MONTH
OOOtl hqOAHEH 13. OROANS IS. Need room
Ka ORANT 1'LACIC. NEAR ITH. M. 4I4J
LAHY will sacrlnce a beautiful act of black
furs for 123, value ISO; large pillow murr
ant shawl, elegantly lined, big bargain
HOX 234. Time, office. !
NLCBSS1TY compels me to sacrifice my
black furs, valuo ISO, for 116. HOX 23S.
Times office !
TIANOS AT SI'ECtAL PRICES: IJOO Stein
way, 1300. tiuo stultz & liauer, !1M. slight
ly used upright, io. isoo Sillier upright.
I16S.
initio woiicii, mo o n. w
ria.no. for rent, tuned and shipped I
SUIT 1 RLBMED every week for II a month
Cleaning, dlelng, repairing. Ladlea' gar-
iT.eI'.lTc.n.lo'1':lei1 specially. WASHLSOIOS
TAILoniNU CO.. 121 O st. nw. 1 bona M. 49TI
FOR SALE Stelnway square piano only 0S
II monthly payments Splendid for rlill
dnnV practice F U SMITH PIANO CO,
1217 V st. N. W. x
NEW SAMPLE
FURNITURE
And Hlih-Orad.
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR, 709 G St. N. W.
RICH BOIL-Ifncst grade of soil ever known,
will keep grass green throughout winter,
1,00) tons to t sold In any quantlt. For
information 17:4 Venning road N, E. 1'hc.n.
Line (m. i
FOR HALE Stelnway upright piano l.li-IS
monthly pajmenta Originally cost U0. A
iJlI-. N. W "" l-
BE8T DUETLESS Floor Oil." 2So pel gal.
Yale and other keya duplicated. 30c each.
enterprise: iiAimwAni m
rhone Main MCI. WJSth st N VT.
EBTEY ORUAN. stops, fine condition, only
RS on II weekly payments, cost originally
1100. F. O. SMITH 1'IANO CO. 171! F St.
N W !
UAVia btrtviNn maciiivkm. us tn us
Cash, W to I4J, i weekly payments. 110 t
Its. with liberal allowance for old machfns
and terms to suit. Slightly used loacnines.
all makes, IS to 110. Frea eatlmau on re
pairs tor all makes of machines.
u itii bt. w. w. phone m. :ca.
FOR RALE Standard make player piano
(M-notej, fully guaranteed, gooJ aa new;
to go at halt original price F O SMITH
PIANO CO, HIT F st X W. i
8EWINO MACHINE BARQA1NB.
IU Drop Leaf fctnger U.M
till Drop Head Singer 120 01
140 Wheeler and Wilson jio.04
New baaing Machines. 1 down and Ma
week. Cleaning, 60c Open evenings.
11. R GIVEN. L6 Pa. ave. H. E 1-nons.
FURNITURE of svary descnpUon. lluy
through us and sava one-third your money.
Call and let ua explain our great aavlng way.
FACTORY TO ROMS ORDER CO ,
1J14 O BTRKET N W.
FOR SALE Upright piano, leading make,
nice c'lditlon musical!), only UK on II
monthly nyments Rare value. F. O. SMITH
1'IANO CO . 1217 F st. N W 1
RUG WEAVING
BEAUTIFUL rugs -voven from old carpets;
workmanship the beat; satisfaction guar
anteed. WASHINGTON RUQ WEAVING
CO., Ml Uh at. N W. Main 46M -
ALBERT KAHLERT & CO.,
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
m Man land ava a W "h. M. 2034.
FLOOR OILS
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DIIRT.Krr.l..
INO FlJOR OIL contains ollum and wai.
Keepa the floors clean and bright and gives
them a pollahej flntah. Good for your fur
niture. Try It. 60c gal., delivered. Used by
the U 8. Gov't and over 1,000 families tor tha
last 25 years. HI Pa. ave. N. w. M. 5141.
PIANO TUNING
LEARN PIANO TUNINQ.
VT. W. SAUNDERS. Teacher, tilt Rock
Creek Ch. ltd. Phone Col. J282.
I UNO 1UN1NG. II M, PuLlBjIlNU 11 M,
Allplaer-planoand organ work guaranteed.
Jf.4.n..i?r5,.or..droJ' Petal to HERMAN'S
PLAYER PIANO SHOP 1420 Pa. ave. n. w.
WINDOW CLEANING
HOW AllOUT DllUY WINDOW at
,i.. . Whlt ll,lD- Moderate Prices.
LEON L CAHOON. Acme Window Cleanlni
Co. 121 O st. N -V rhona U TIM
DENTISTRY
CUT RATE. II. bllORT TIME.
Full Set Teeth, 13 10. Uold Tooth, 11.00
Bridge Work. HOD. All Fillings, Mc us.
Extraction, Cleaning Free.
PAINLESS DENTISTS.
Cor. 7th and F ats Entrance 39 F at
HOURS DAILY S A. M. TO I F, II
BIRDS AND ANI.YIhLS
CANARIES, PARROTS, DOGS, RABBITS
GUINEA PIGS. GOLDFISH. SCHMID'J
BIRD STORE. 712 12th St. N. W. -
CARPET CLEANING
ALBERT 1CAHLERT 4 CO.,
Improved Steam Carpet Cleaners.
B7 Maryland ava 8. W Pbsns Uatn J04.
DYERS AND CLEANERS
NEWPORT DYE WORKS, W. HM
2623 P st. N W We de, dry clean and
scour to the trade. Just do your pressing
Kid glove cleaning specialty, low prlcrs
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dreas and tuxedo
sulta for hire. . M. T P1MES. Merchant
Tailor. IOCS 7lh st.'N. W. Phons Main 6214.
UPHOLSTERING
PARLOR SUITS Upholstering In tapestry, l
Frames leflnlshed; guods called, delivered
free. Acme Uph Co . 67 II st. N. W 1-
MONEY WAN i ED AN3 10 lOAN
SECOND TRUST.
Money to loan at 1 on District Real Es
tate. Any amount from 200 to 6,ouo on
first or second trust, In straight nuts St
munthly payments, lakes only throo days
to make them,
CHARLES E TniHRT.
Thompson llulMIng, 703 16th at. N W.
Opp Treasury Next to Drug Store.
LOANS ON INDORSED NOTES, slocks? all
kinds, collateral I buy notes, second trusts
on real eaUte. No red tape. Can actommo
date same day that apply, R. R. BENNEIT.
W0 Mat, Hank Hide, Xi Main (sot. 1-
of 110.
way ov, now h
.was 1300, now Its
.was Isoo; now tioo
.was ItOO; now 1100
.was ItSO; now II2S
.was USO; n.w lli)
.was tsoo; nor IZ2S
.was I4S0; now 120
.was KOOi now I2S0
.was 1400; now I2S0
.was tsso; now S27S
.was isoo: now 117s
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