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THE WASHINGTON TBfES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
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Alias The Night Wind
A Thrilling Story
By VARICK VANARDY.
CopyriKht, 1913. Frank A. Munsey Co.
ETNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS.
Bingham Harvard a joitng bank-teller
1j wrongly accused of tne Uitlt of a -vast
turn from the institution that emplojs
him. and through the persecution of a
police official named Rusiiton. is forced
to disappear from his Irienas Hanard
is a man if tremendous strength Again
and again policemen who attempt his ar
rest ate sent reeling with broken bjnes
Ever officer In New York knows the
fugitives countenance, and time alter
lime he Is cornered but ahvavs makes
his escape, He becomes known to tne
police, because of his amazing tpeed and
the silence with which he move, a the
Mght Wind MlfS Katharine Maxwell, a
clever woman detective and a lady of
hlK'i social standing. Is algnfd one
caVe ui the thief ot Dele-tlve. and it is
uiderstood that she is to conduct her in
vestigation in her own "uMaer Lady
Kate as she Is known, disappears from
her usual haunts, and suddenly she meets
the MEht Wind Instinctively she ex
Erien.fsa feeling of Sinpath for th s
hunted oung man. The MR" Wind Is
able Vo render her a favor a" w -Ing
Q.a.uoned bv the Chief MlssMax
vel. c .reals most of her new b -acquired
k"Ie ige of the baffi.ng character whom
the t e are pursuing
After an unutuallj turllllng esrape from
the pou the MKht Wind wounded xnd
Oe.rs l a trickolatcaa4.te way
to the louse o cupled b lady Kate He
Is taker in and cared for and his hiding
il.S kern secret- Lieutenant Rushton.
Hazard? implacable foe. believes that
Us q iBTT as drowned
HAT Is It you want mo to
Clancy repeated the
words in the form of a
question, after an interval of silence
that followed his announcement of the
presence of the two men from headquar
ters outside the house.
"Just one moment before we so into
that." Harvard replied. "I wonder
whether those two men out there sus
pect that I may be here with jou, or
not," , . ,.
"What difference does it make wheth
er they do or not?"
"Very little. Ill admit, But it is
likely that they do suspect."
"Why so? How could they suspect
your presence, iiins
There is the light still burning, for
cne thing-. Kor another, the inspector,
whether he issued the orders that sent
them here over the telephone, or in per
son, probably remembered what I said
to him concerning mj impulse to follow
you Into Chester s house, after I saw
you enter ; and he is smart enough to
assume that I would be likely .to come
directly to you after I left him."
"Well, what of it? Suppose he did?"
"I can't stay here foreer, Tom. You
"All the same, you are here now, and
you can't go outside just now. So just
forget all about those cops across the
ptreet and tell me what it is that you
want me to do for you. We wont think
about the manner of our going until
the time comes for jou to go."
"So be it. A litle while ago. when I
mentioned that night at Chester's
house, at the time the charge of theft
was first made against me. 1 purposely
omitted one circumstance, Tom. '
All right, Let's hear about it"
"Tn,ere s a woman in the case."
''A woman Who?"
" A young w oman, Tom, a very beau
tiful woman, and a thoroughly good
woman, loo. But a sadly misplaced one.
I "want you to save her from herself.'
There was no pretense in the stare of
unfeigned astonishment which Thomas
Clancy bestowed upon his friend. At
last he sfld:
"That is a .-pretty big proposition,
"Perhaps so. I cannot do it for my
self, therefore you must do it for me "
"Between jou and me, Bing, I think
Td much rather tackle the other job. I
never did anything in the kiUing line,
but when it comes to a choice between
that and saving a beautiful young
woman from herself Say' What the
dJckens have you been up to. an j how?"
"Nothing. I'll tell you about It."
"I wish you would."
"On my way to Chester's, that n'ght
of the attempted arrest, I met her just
before I got to the house. She led me
to think that she was not sure or her
direction; also that she was, or had
been. 111 I walked with her to a Mad
ison avenue car, and put her aboard
of it." ,
"Highly romantic, that. Go ahead,
"One night, about four weeks ago, I
came upon her again, quito unexpect
"I had not forgotten her. I recognized
her the moment I saw her. although
Bhe was walking ahead of me, and her
back was toward me But I knew her I
hTiht It etranrn that she should be
alone on the street at that hour It
was very late I overtook her. I
spoke to her."
Then the N'igt Wind related his ex
perience and his meetings with Miss
You are telling me " said Clancy,
'not in words, but b implication, that
a the while j our beautiful and charm
ing ioung woman belonged to the po
1 e force, and af, in fact, a woman
de ec lve who had been put on our
Precis1!,, that. Tom "
"You hac "old me another thing
aVo bv implication "
I d 'n't doubt it "
"That jou are in love with her. That
is tc plain English of It"
I suppose t is "nlj It is a trifle
pl ner than I have admitted to mjstlf
N wait a minute "
' 'to ahead "
Tra nlph. in front of tho house
vherf I had taken a room, she warned
! that Rush' on was coming and ad
s n e to cet awn letter that same
t .g i'. whi-n I got out of the clutch s of
r d c'or she actuallv i-aved me from
When I was sik and helplcsi. and
a dcd asv mark, she took me in.
sr4 tor me ni.rsed me. and suli-"-
entlv kept Rushton occupied while
J apaln made mv escape. That was
a four i4s ago
"Blg what is n that ou wish me
t coT- Tom Jlancj asked, with cleltb
era'i'n Harvard leaned well forward In hi
c llr He reaciiMl out and laid oro
ha i llabtlv dpon his friend's knee He
gaz- J sarrhingly Into Clancj's eves
What I tell jo- now, Tom. 1 have
not cntll now so much as confessed in
secret to mysflf
"I' is tre that Katherinc Maxwell
nai- awakened In m that emotion which
we cal love and all the while I know
Her to be a police sp AH the whili I
e.n iw her 'o be a wormn who has sold
.aer beauty and her attractions for a
Sne:B of pot'age
"I know that nhe started out to find
me with the idea in her head that I
would fall a victim to her charms and
,' be p-ipily Ird Into anv snare that
ehe might set for me. I know she be
longs to that same devellch sjstem
hich has made Rodnev Rushton what
he Is, and which, sooner or later If
the etajs with it, will make her just
such another like him
I know that she has been false to
the powers that employ her because
the has saved me from them, because
fe has befriended me Having dis
covered something In me that was not
all bad, sbe has been a traitor to her
own cause. And jet, with all that,
and more that I have not told I am
compelled to the confession that phc
Is more to me than all else In the
"Curse Rushton1 But for him I
could have gone to her clean-handed
But for him I might have Ioed her.
and told her so. and won her., and
made her my life after I had torn
her away from that festering blister
that they call a police system. Don't
you see ,now, Tom Clancy, why I have
cot to kill him with these two bands
of wlaer .
'I see jour point of le, all right.
There are no buts."
" ait a moment. You said some
thln about gome anay, didn't j'ou?"
' 1 think 1 did "
' h don t jou go to her first and
tell htr all that jou have told me?
Whj don't j on take her with j'ou?
Eh' Why don t jou?"
Harvard laughed a.oud and bitterly.
'Ask her to go anay with a felon?
As kher to become the wife of a man
with a price on his head?" he demanded
But jou are not guilty. You aro
not a felon."
I will be one when I have finished
wth Rushton ' .
"You can n"t him and j-our vengeance
against him aside it jou win her, Bing."
"I don t want to win her. I wouldn't
marrv her it she were the last woman
On earth and because of the erj' rea
son wh I would not do that, neither
will I put abide the sentencepI have
passed upon Rodney Rushton."
w hat is that reason?"
' Don't ou know wnat It is?"
' If I did know I wouldn't ask."
T.in'i i)u see don t ou know that
she believes that 1 am guilty? Can't
ou understand that she looks upon me
as a thief? Great Heavens, man, don't
jou grasp the truth that Rusnton has
forced her to believe that oi me in pre
cisely the same v.a.? that he convinced
Has sho told you that she believes
"In words no. By implication, by ac
tions, by a thousand little things yes!"
"It is not possible, I tell you. I am
"hot mistaken. She believes it and. not
withstanding the fact that she does be
lieve It, she has permitted herself to
defend me, to assist me, to help me. to
make a traitor of herself for my sake,
and all because, womanlike, she has al
lowed herself to think a little too much
"Don't misunderstand me, Tom. I'm
not fool enough to think for a moment
that Katherine Maxwell is In love with
ne. That would be nonsense. But
her life down there at headquarters haa
brought her so closely in touch with
the things that are false that she has
foigotten what real things are like.
"She has discovered Inside of herself
some sort of sentimental fondness for
me passlblj- because I am honest and
she has mistaken the Imitation for the
"Oh! well, I won't argue It with you.
What do joj want me to do?"
"Find her. Go down to headquar
ters, if necessary; but And her. Tell
her as much or as little as you please
of what I have said to you. Make her
inderstand that. In the yes of the law
,at least, I have become, or will have
"become by that time a murderer.
"Tell her that she is a misfit where
she Is that she does not belong thjre.
Tell her that I said so. Find a pos'tion
for her somen here In some other calling
make her resign from that damnable
system. Sae her from herself, for my
sake and for her own. That is what I
want mj friend Tom Clancy to do for
me. That 's what I cannot do myself,
and must ask j-ou to do In my place."
Clancj" was silent.
"Will j-ou do it, Tom?"
"I'll trj- I was thinking over the pos
sibilities of it. I'll try.
With clasped hands the two men
stood looking Ipto each other's ej'es
At last Clancy spoke.
"I wiEh, Bing," he said, wistfuuy,
"that jou'd give up that Idea about
"Give it up? Spare Rushton now?
Not in a thousand j'ears, Tom. His
arm is mended by this time. Spare
him? I guess not! I am going after
him as soon as I leave you, and when
I have found him and finished with
him then I shall leave the country for
good and all."
HARVARD- accepted a shakedown
on the couch in Tom Clancy's
den and so caught a few hours
of sleep after they finished their
Accustomed as he was to sleeping by
daj and being much fatigued by the
exert on he had undergone and had been
undergoing every day of the many daj-s
that had passed since the night he left
Katherine s house to establish the alibi,
he ilept soundly and well, until Clancy
came softly Into the room at 8.30 to
"You- friends are still waiting," he
announced cheerllj'. "That is, I m not
at all certain that thej are the same
two, but whoever thej- are, they're
there. Now, what will j-ou have for
breakfast, after jou e taken j'our dip?
1 ve got that all readj for J ou."
"I am hungrj enough to eat A raw
uog, Tom, Hanard replied, smiling.
j nen, wun seriousness, he added: "I
wonder If jou can appreciate half that
it meant to me to awaken and hear a I
frlendlj voice, "jce a frlendlj- face and
ff-el a frlendlj presence near me?" '
Then, bltterlj "Oh, the emptiness the ,
uiier einjiunus s ut me me i leaa Ana
all all of It because of the scoundrel
Ifem cf one man'"
"Tnere. there, old chap; forget it!
Take jour swim. Breakfast will be
read j- bv the time jou an. I think jou i
will find it more palatable than the
moreel jou mentioned, too. '
"Hold on a minute, Tom Do the peo
ple In th.e houi-t know that I am hce?"
' It just happens that there aren't any
peoplejn the house, Bing. There is onlj
mj rarticular factotum, who answers
to the name of Scipio I don't think
that ! his reallv-trulj' name up in Har
lem, but It goe3 here He Is a bully good
cook an j how. and he has been with
me long enough so that I know him to
be entirely tru-5tvvorth."
Thej breakfasted together half an
A Continuation of Thin Story 'Will
He Found In Tomorrow's
lrtmic of The Times.
Biddle Retirement Delayed.
Pecre'arv of thf Navv Daniel": has
I c f, rr J action on the application of
Major Genera Biddle, commandant of
H. mnnm mrr fur rMromn until
on-n-ess tav-s ati'jn on a olll making
ill,-' tut'irn of tt is post four jears, In-
"l ad of until dcith or retirement as at
I pi font The ' 11 ilso provides the rank
'a rumm-ind nt shall Like at retirement
Total gross, Nov., 1S13 1.41$,C60
Averjgc (,ros Noi . 1K13 M 6t
Total net. Nov . uu L203.CH4
Average net. Nov . 1S13 4S.S22
lotal gross, Nov , 1913 21S.OJ7
Average gross, Nov, 1S13 3,S11
Total net, Nov , 1313 200.700
Averace net. Nov , 1913 40,14s
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Washington Times as detailed, and that the
net ligures represent, all returns eliminated,
the number of copies of The Times which
are sold, delivered, furnished, or mailed to
bona fide purchasers or subscribers
C. H. POPE. Treasurer
District of Columbia, ss.:
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st
da of- December. A. D 1911. "
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SALESMEN wanted, experience unnecessary,
eas work. bi,j pay write for large list of
openings offering opportunities to earn J1W
to tMl a month while jou learn, position aa
burcd Address Dept u2. National Siilc-s-men's
Training Association Chicago. New
ork. Kansas Cltj Fan Franclsoj
bALEfaMEN wanted, good traveling sales
men for 1914. men worth big moaey and
liberal advances who can and will produce
business with a top notch, well advertised
iine of merit. Write BOX 435. Iowa City. Io.
CAPABLE SVLEbMAN or man with retail
experience to tx-gin work Januarj 1st sell
ing our cash credit svstcm which Is taking
both the wholesale and retail merchants by
toiurm, oiio jno,ii c,, ,. ..,. -.
another UK. Join our sales organization and
earn irorn j,w iu o iw i,i .-- -KIDWELU
ITeldent Dayton. Ohio
HOll.L NIGHT CLEKK Sr me years' ex-
p.r,ue. settled g"td habits, best cltj
rtftrime" Address L)X T.2, Times office
PAIN 1 1 It, papcrhangcr plasterer, kalwimln
er. wants work, room papered, J3. pilntei,
$. 7 .Itv or lountry 1' GOLDULATl. W.-J
2-nd pi N
P vI'ERIIANGER painter, tlnter, good me-
ehunli wishes situation, reasonable dav or
contrail 11 .LIlFleh.R. 41a P st S W. 6
CI1AI FFE1 R Drive private or deliver! ma-
iiiiie. rare ul driver, references. Address
iio. Jf, 'Units oftlr." 1
ltiLK fill Dltll Nll LIES WHEUE THE
i ,i viti ion is not mj kit n and where the
sutiuciiiii t louiury will support jjii. there
an man business openings il-ing the lines of
Hie I iiiriii l'ailnc kjsttm. alfalfa mills, bak
r L nkirs, barber incips. blacksmith shops
bn k aids, canning lacturlcs, cement blok
la. lorks, criincilcs. dr-ig stores elevators.
ti ur u Ills. laundries, furnlturu stores. gaivtt,es,
hJidwaru sfre. hotels. IinpU ineiit st res,
laundric lumber ardr im at markets.
pli-k!uis nstauianib utotcs (Kenral) and
u gnat v iru l of oiaers, we will give- uii
.ne ei nipli I, liiloriiiation about the towns
and n rruL.n lint, country where opportunities
jti n iiinrous Write tolay R A bMlTH.
olonlzall n and Industrial Agent, t'nloil
IVclrti Railroad compeiiv. Itooiu J2CS. Lnlon
1'ai in 1 llg . umah i Nb
P1J NDU Ol 1'OItrt NITY to bu eslab
lliihtd photo and ,Mcturt frame buln t,s
vlth arfen lor Martha Wiu-hlngton Cmidv ,
cxollcin growing leicatlon 1 hone Col &1T
CICjAR and r.inlectlotiHrj store for sale
1211 Utli el r E
UENI.HAL blOKL 111 fast growing suburban
seition doing over il.wi a month, owners
t'firliih to r lire will sell Ktoek and real
entait or will leafcc store and dwellng an 1
sell stool. lnves'iga'ion will sh iw this the
best ttor proiHiirfnon Io had in this sec
tion WANTED A iiart'ier In hakirj and dairy
lunch transfer corner 1I0S l' st N W
FRl'IT and vegetable stands for eale cheap
Apply J7 fcjs'ern Ma-kei
STOKE and six roonw. suburban main street;
suit shoemaker, tullur, boai Hug uml ojster
hoiiri low rem APiilj 132S 7th si nw 1
WORKINOMEN Po.ir or mwlcrate means
men are In fie niajorllv. and that's th
trade we must haw lliotv- whose object Is
to save cash, try us tor new panta SI f-0 to S3
or slightly used overcoats 13 to. flO: one
price. JUbTU'B OLD STAND. (19 D.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ARE YOU LOOKING
If you have just arrived in
Washington, or if you desire 'to
make a change from your pres
ent boarding place, THE WASH
INGTON TIMES ROOM RENT
ING BUREAU will find the place
that will meet with all your re
quirements as to location, price,
desirability, etc. All the most de
sirable rooms in this city have
been listed in this BUREAU with
our room renting expert. This
service entails no obligations to
you and is ABSOLUTELY FREE.
Free Room Renting Bureau,
Room 425 Munsey Bldg.
ASK FOR MR. MORAN.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES BOARD
ING ASD ROOM DIRECTORY
CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE
J-OUR SECTI0.S OF THE CITY
i-AUlLlTATES EASY REFERENCE.
H ST. N. V ai2 Tue nice basement roeras;
eery convenience, largo yard: housekeep
ing'. IND. AVE. N. W 304-3 large lur. room
for housekeeping; central location, all con
2nd bT. N. W S09 tt. large warm ncend
floor front; 4 windows; beside bath.
2nd ST. N w.. 522 Large parlor, kitchen:
first floor; convenient lor I. h. k.; large
single front room; good heat; reasonable.
12th bT. N. W.. 7.'8 Two large furnished
rooms, complete for light housekeeping;
well heated, H per week; other rooms'. 31.50
F ST. N". W.. CIS Seven large rooms unfur
nished or furnished, hot water heat, bath,
gas, central, reasonable. s
6th ST. N. W.. 725-Twci large rooms, ele
gantly furnished, bath, hot water heat. gas.
HOTEL OLIVEH. 487 Pa. ave. X. W. Every
thing new with a new featurecoffee and
rolls eened free of charge to glcsts in their
rooms eery morning. Rates: Weekly. M
up; dally. 75c up
I'AKK KOAD N. W.. 1312 Second floor front
room; b. w. h.; next bath; 4 windows; suit
able for 2 gentlemen, excellent board; phone
L ST. N. W.. Jin From Its nicely fur
nished well heated looms; eery conven
ience .or gentlemen or 1. h. Ic; beat and
Uth ST. N. W.. SSO-Fltrnlshed rooms for I.
H STT. N. W S3 Largs furnished front
nm; second floor: 1. h. k. permitted.
MASS AVE. N. V.. 1310 Newly papered
rooms with private bath; en suite or single;
11th ST. N. W.. S17 Newly furnlsheed pa
pered and painted large bright rooms, large
closets, exceptionally line bath, well heated,
a. m. 1.: ask llr. Moran.
jrd ST. N. W.. 514 Five large rooms; ele
gantly furnished; hot-water heat, bath
central; transient or permanent tenants.
H ST. N. W., 705 Large newly furnished
front room: steam heat, bath attached.
3rd ST. N. W 611 Large front room, ele
gantly furnisned, bath, heat; gas. central
locale n. reasonable.
FOR RET In apartment, new and beauti
fully furnished rooms, single or en suite.
very reasonable; splendid bath: 3 In family.
Addrtso BOX 240. Times office.
L bT. N. W.. 323 Furnished room; second
floor front; In quiet home; suitable for 2;
onl ti; per month: bath same floor.
6th ST. N. W., 410 Fur. rooms; steam heat;
bath same floor. Jl 50 week upward.
WASHINGTON CIRCLE. 2217 Nicely fur.
rooms; so. exposure, opposite park; free
LIMNOaTON bT. (Chevy Chase), 3725 Large
front room, second floor, 3 v.lndows, h.-w.
heat, next bath, every home conenlence; ex
cellent table board, free use ot phone.
Mione Clev. 6t0. !
3rd ST N. W 523 Neatly fur. room for 2
gentlemen; near car llnet. 1
H ST. N. W., Il Large iront room; 1. h. k..
steam heat; also small room. 31.50 week
PHONE NORTH 1431. Apt. 334-Coxy fur.
room In private family 1
M ST. N W . 58 I large rooms; elegantly
fur , tine location, excellent table board;
central . reasonable. 1
NEW JERSEY AVE. N W.. 803 Large front
fur. room, not-water neat, batn,as; cen
tral, men prelerred. !
6th ST. N. W.. 433 Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, steam heat. 1
N. J.-A E N W TtC 2 aid-story front
rooms for light housekeeping, 1 large ruom
for gentlemen only. 1"
1st T N W., ltiS5 3 large newly fur. rooms.
1 single room, brand new house, modern
tin uruvnuintB. use of piano and pr.one.
F br. N. W., 234 Large front rooms, single
or uoublo, elegantly fur . bint board in
the Ut , central, reasonable.
MASS. AVE N. W., 418 Large front room,
lur. elegantly, heat. bath, gac, man or
D br. N. W., 201 Large front fur. room, with
all conveniences, central location, reason
II Sf N W. 312 2nd-floor front and back
rojins. communicating, i.ear bath, central.
L ST. N W.. Wi Nice fur front room, with
board, reasonable North 22.'6
HARVARD bT. N. W, 1355 Nicely fur.
roo ns. with private, bath, uuo 1 other,
1st ST. N W , 21143 rooms, Jnd flour, ad
joining bath, lunar or iauiy lur. tui 1. h
k. . iirlvate lainlly, reasonable 1
1 bT N . 4 Large fur room, L h. k..
,as. lual, water same hour !
bth sT. N W . 703 (Apt. 2)-Nlcely fur .
clean .nu-lloor irunt room, steam heat,
couple or 1 gentle ntn prefeired, central lo
cation, 4 windows, convenient to all eu.
lines and heart of clt 1
itli si N. W.. 73 Hoonis. J. and 17 per mo ,
b week if desired, irur.illj localed. 1
lllb MOUNT VERNON. AIT lb-large
briKlit. nicely fur Iront loom, aJjolnin;
bath, hot water, no other roomers, eievaior
und janltnt service, ki 'iiluiun preferred 1'
11 sf. N. , 904 Warm, clean, comfortable
ruoma. line location, suitable for 1 or M'
MASS AVE. 5U Nlecly fur 4-room apt.,
heat, iras, bath, private taiiill) , reasonable
iC si' N W , 10US J neatly fur. rooms In
INUIAN.V AE N. W. Jl-Twe nUe larie
trout roonitf. seeond floor, all conveniences
lCth sT N . 1325 I'lnt large seeond floor
trout loom, suitable lor two. adjoining
Uitli. exeelient board lu xt door. st anihrat
17th sT . H-l Large front com room, with
bay window , next bath, heat und' gas.
i;eiitleiiien preferred 1
sth hi N. W . 1117 (The Newrj) Apt. 30-
Iire tront room, tan and eleitrle lltlil.
next to bath, pre. He tarnll 1
1st sT N W . 61o Large, nicely fur. room,
well heated, very reasonable. 1 li k. al
I'AKK BD , 1--J9 Comfortabb fur room,
eleetrlc light, h -w h . near bath, suitable
for iw o 1
EL'CLID bT . HIS Large. unn front room
on 2id floor, next bith. conv to car lines
"nd ST N W . 4073 Urge hall rooms, fur
" In line style, or Z larfce front rooms, fur.
nlecly. bath, all conveniences
.ind bT N. W.. 417 Single room or two ad
jolmiis rooms, fur nicely, bath. IS or 110
O-bT N. W . 1227-3 beautiful well-fur
looms, well heated, phone N J167
K ST. N. W.. S33 Large, bright, warm, com
fortable rooms, single or en suite, every
home convenience; gentlemen preferred, also
basement flat for 1. h. k.; very reasonable.
FOR RENT ROOMS
2nd ST. N w., 231 Nicely furnished 2nd
floor front rooms, J2.50 per week: other
rooms. 50 and ii.Hu.
C ST. N. w., 427 Large front room: I. h. k.:
I ST. N. w.. 1W7 Newly furbished room:
2nd floor; adjoining bath; h. w. h.; gentle-
uiu praerrta. reasonable.
MASS. AVE.. 1310 Newly papered rooms,
private bath; suites or single; housekeeping
Hth ST. N. w.. 1&!S Three rooms1, gas and
heat furnished. J1S. !
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1S09 ets of on, two. and
three housekeeping rooms; steam; Janitor:
single rooms reasonable; phone II. 717.
r. . ? -.. .., . . .
v. x. .. n.t zjo ijcciy lur. roouia, uvui.
and other rooms; alj prices, everything
neat and clean; 11.50 up. -
SWAN ST. N W.. 1S15 (The Baltimore)
Apt. 10; oft ISth st.. bet. S and Tr nicely
fur.; exceptionally well kept room, .310; near
Hth and U cars and herdlcs.
SHEUMAN AVE.. 2923 Nicely fur. room,
suitable for 1 or 2 family: $24 each, with
table board: ump t rw iim
XX YON ST.. 1362 Nicely fur. large rooms;
private family, suitable for 2 or 3.
P ST.. 1734 (Avondale Apt.) Large Xrent
room: private shower bath; cafe.
Sth ST. N. W.. 1324 Front. 2nd floor; suitable
for 2 persons; 3rd floor, single; telephone.
D ST. U. W.. I2&-2 fur. rooms: front; heat,
bath: L h. k.; convenient location; rea
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1208 Rates to permanents
exceptionally low for winter; strictly mod.
VERMONT AVE. N. W 1335-Oentlemen
only; large communicating second-story
bedroom and sitting room, next bath; can
rearrange as two bedrooms; all conveniences;
private lavatory; phone; electric light; gas;
open (.replaces; private family; residential
THE FREE ROOM RENTING UUREAU OP
THE WASHINGTON TIMES WILL FIND
THE VERY ROOM YOU ARE LOOKING
FOR. CALL, WRITE OR PHONE ROOM
425 MUNSEY BLDG. THIS" SERVICE IS
MARYLAND AVE. N. E.. 220-Four nicely
furnished rooms, single or en suite; south
ern exposure; hot-water heat and private
F ST. N. E 311 Two large rooms; elegant
ly furnished: In private family; hot-water
heat: gag, bath.
K ST. N. E.. 214 Two nicely fur. rooms for
2 men: nice location; apply owner.
A. ST. N. E.. 639 Nicely fur. 2nd 'floor front
room for 1 or 2 gentlemen; private family;
all newly furnished: bath on same floor.
K ST. N. E.. 511 2 adjoining fur. rooms
for young couple; nice location: reasonable.
F ST. N, E 334 A large room elegantly fur
nished, bath, heat, gas; fine location; rea
sonable. 7th ST. N. E 633 Large room; 2nd floor:
next bath; h. w. h.: porch; board if de
sired, every home convenience; private fam
G ST. N. E., 4103 large rooms; elegantly
fur.; bath, fcas, heat; only 2 In family;
1st ST. N E., 133S Large, well-heated room;
second floor front: next bath: every home
convenience; new nouse: private family. 1
1st ST. N. E.. 3234 large fur. rooms, with
modern 'Improvements: for transients or
permanent tenants.' central. 1
E. CAPITOL ST., 1013 Large, bright rooms;
nppilKSITR Ilnlnn StAllon NlpeJv furnlshsd
1 3-room flat; first floor; piano and sewing
machine in parlor; all. 13.75 week; also 2
rooms 2nd noor. Ji.su ana i weeje. asua. zz.
7th ST. H. E., 310 Large room, newly fur.;
hath, heat, gas; convenient location; rea
sonable 6th ST. N. E., 6463 large rooms, elegantly
fur. In brand new house; electric lignts,
hot-water heat; bath; reasonable to right
F ST. N. E., 3133 large newly fur. rooms,
with excellent table board; bath, heat, gas;
conv enient location.
EAST CAPITOL ST.. 1223 front rooms, ele
gantly fur.; hot-water heat; opposite Con
gressional Library, central.
I ST. N. E.. 315 Brtgnt. comfortable room;
2nd floor front; modem bath; well heated;
convenient to all car 'lues: reasonable. 1
ird ST. N. E., 24 Neatly fur. rooms; aid
floor, with board, suitable for 2; 35 each.
Uu bT. N. E-. 654 Large front fur. room; all
conveniences; hot-water heat, nice location.
sth bT. N. E., 613 Large front fur. room, for
couple or men; board, all conveniences.
2nd ST. N. E.. 1033 nicely fur. rooms;
bright . near Union Station and Capitol. 1
SEWARD SQ. SL E.. 41S One neatly fur
nished room; gentleman preferred: near
Capitol, price moderate.
3rd ST. S. E., 221 Desirable front room for
gentleman; near Capitol, neatly fur. 1
A ST. S. E.. 154-Mjicely fumisaed large
rooms, private family. 2nd floor, soutn
front. 1 or i transient only.
A bT. S. E., 4172 nicely fur. rooms, with
board; near Library and Capitol, gentle
men utelerrea. x
6th bT. S. E 220 S nicely furnished wormT
snn. , a.. ..1,1 wnjin.a nv, hath uVs hria
COUllUl tauiv .wvm.. ub. wn-M, k.vj uvu-u
convenience; electric Ugbts; free use of
phone , rent reasonable; pnone Line. 1708.
Ind ST. S. E., 218 1 large fur. front rooms,
opposite Library, bath, heat, gas. conven-
eut location, transients or permanent eenanis.
A sT. b. E., 409 Fur. room; hot-water heat;
board . bath; closet, men preferred.
EAST CAPITOL ST., 136 Large front fur.
room. bath. heat, opposite Library; for
couple or men.
b.CAKOLlNA. AVE. S. E . 6673 large, com
fortable fur. rooms, single or en suite: 1. h.
k. allowed, free use of pnone; Line. 3a65.
Hth ST. S. W-, 32 Nicely fur. 2nd-rtoor
room, near bath, suitable for 2, alsj 3
rooms unfur. for 1. b k . reasonable.
C Si. b. W.. 913 Two warm, comfortable
rooms, all conveniences: reasonable
FOR RENT ROOMS
M ST. N. W. 1303 Large second storj front
room, next to bath, heat and gas. 310 per
month, private family
IR ING ST N W . 641 Two unfurnished
rooms, steam heat
FAIRMONT ST. N. W . 715 3 roo-na on
bathroom floor. 2 heated. J15
1 si N W.. 12il-2 largo unfur communi
cating rooms for light housekeeping, all
if Altv ARD sT N W.. 604 Two rooms and
klt hen. gas range, u -w. h.. bath, use of
nhrn, 1c Phone Col. 5113. 1
ESI' N. W . 615 Three rooms, steam heat,
and running water. J20 per month. In
uire LEWIS P JONES. tl7 E st. N. W. 1
4th sT N. E . 1052 large communicating
rooms lur llgM housekeeping, heat, gas
bath convenient location, reasonable.
eth sT N E., 314-2 large unlur communi
cating roo ns, bath, heat, gas, for couple,
reasonable, nlee location
1th bT N. E . 10S-2 nice unfur. rooms, with
heat, gas. and bath 1
I-th ST. N E. 447 Three nice rooms, hot
"waterjieat. gas, bath Owucr. i
liih" sT N. E . t23 Three large rooms and
"hath. 2ml floor, all newly papered, heal
and gas. all conveniences for 1 h k . 115
llth ST N E. 731-Large tront room unfur..
suitable for oung couple or men. all con
veniences Southeast Section.
PA AVE b E.. 131 Two large front
rooms, bath and porch, second floor, h w
h.. every convenience for Ink. couple
preferred, onb 115 1
r SI S W . 600 Six adjoining rooms wltk
heal, gas and bath, prices moderate
11th oT S W . 207542 or 3 large roonn. Ind
Jloor. every jconvenl'nce foi Ink. well
aied. gas and bath, reasonable, by owner
12th ST. X. W . MS -The Belmont ninlnc
Room, opened under new management, ex
cellent food and service, small tables; 34
Furnished or Unfurnished.
K. ST. N. W"., 4524 large rooms, unfur or
run; wun or without board; central; rea
I sonahle. n
2nd ST. N. W.. 1523 Nicely fur. flat: S
rooms, near, bath; will unfur. It dealred;
CENTER ST. N. W.. 25cS-Large 2nd-noor
" tj-.Mvt. ivmij my. or Duiur,
R. I. AVE. N. W.. 925 3 nicely f nr. warn,
i .comfortable rooms: glnfrln nr n iifM m
will 'rent as apartment; every convenience:
rent reasonable; free use of phone. Phone
North 7736. j
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W.. 1513Fur. rront
room: 1st floor; for men: entire 2nd-floor
suite unfur.: bath; convenient to all cars;
COL. RD. N. W.. 1768 Large front room. 2nd
floor: warm and comfortably fur.: Col. 631.
ROOMS AND 30AR0
1343 VT. AVE. Most delightful and con
venlent location In city; large, cheertullv
furnished rooms, single or en suite; h. w. n.;
2 baths; ample closet space; usa ot parlor;
telephone; strictly home-cooked meals; a
home nnd home environments.
721 8th N. W.
ROOMS AND BOARD. 53.00.
Home Table. 60c Day.
su m. Breakfast.
11th ST.. 1326 Excellent accommodations for
3 gents; 1 large room; twin beds. 3 dress
ers; 1 single room In flrst-class private
house: best of table board; J20 pot; month
8th ST. N. W.. 824 Nicely lurnlsned rooms:
6 o'clock breakfast. 33.50 wlc; rm. ti bd.. 35.
12th 1ST. N. W., 80S Large and small rooms;
very desirable locations: excellent, home
i board. l
13th ST. N. W., 1120 Two large and one
small front room; lso one medium bade
room; closets In each) hot-Water heat.
K ST. N. W., 1113 Very desirable rooms;
central location; excellent table; h.-w. h.;
Hth ST. N, W.. 810 Nicely fur. front room
for 2; also others; table board If desired. 1
GRA2.T PLACE, U Beautifully furnished
room In refined house with excellent home
table board, no for 1. l
VERMONT AVE.. 1025-In home of reflne
meat' and culture, choicest of large front
rooms: excellent table. 1
WESTMINSTER ST. N. W.. 0$2nd floor,
-southern exposed warm comfortable room
with sleeping porch; excellent table; every
convenience; reasonable. 1
15th OT., 1340 (iw. cor. 15th and U 6evral
nicely fur., warm comfortable rooms un
limited hot water: next bath: excellent table:
best references; owner: phone N. 2502-Y. 1
MASS. AVE. N. W 1453 Two beautifully
furnished rooms; unsurpassed location;
1224 13th ST. N. W.
Large and small looms; southern exposure,
hot-water heat: 4 baths; transients; phone.
GRANT PL., 24 Nicely fur. 2nd-floor front;
1 or 2 young menjexcellent table. 1
L ST., 1304 Nicely fur. 2nd-floor frost room;
good home cooking. 1
O ST., 1214 Pleasant room; refined surround
ings; excellent table board; private family;
use of phone. N 5755. 1
MASS. AVE., 1401 (Mass. terrace) BeauU
tuly fur. room; so. expo.: with excellent
A ST. N. E., 312 Large alcove front room;
south, expo.; hot-water heat: table board.
WANTED ROOMS & BOARD
TWO desirable communicating rooms, with
board, wanted, for I adults (mother and
son), by Jan. 1; terms must not exceed 3S5
per month; location between Hth and 20th
K. W. BOX 686. Times office.
IF YOU HAVE ROOMS TO LET HAVE
THEM LISTED WITH THE FREE ROOM
RENTING BUREAU OF THE WASHING
TON TIMES. CALL AT ROOM 425. MUNSEY-
BLDG.. ASK FOR MR. MORAN. THIS
SERVICE IS FREE.
CORA L. MANLY. Chiropodist and Mechano
Theraplst. Rheumatism. Insomnia. Consti
pation. Nervous Troubles treated. 317 16th st.
N. W. Phone M. 3455. By Appointment.
GALLSTONES Their cause and treatment:
book tree. Will Interest Constipation. Stom
ach or Appendicitis sufferers. GALLSTONE
REMEDl CO.. 220 S. Dearborn st,. Chicago.
WANTED for adoption, a bright healthy
white baby not under 6 months or over one
year old-at once. J031 M N. W. Call 12
noon until 4 p. m.
MISS STURN. MANICURING.
THE ELMORE SCALP TREATMENT.
500 Hth at. N. W.. second floor.
MISS JAMRRON, Manicure, face massage.
and scalp treatment, 1304 G st. N. W 2nd
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
M ICC W7CI 1 C and assistant: manicuring
JUIOO WCLLO and scalp treatment: hrs
to 5. 830 N. Y. ave. 3d floor front.
MRS. MACE. PARTRIDGE;
2723 llth st. N W. Phone Col. 344L
mW AT.T.F,?I Magnetic Massage.
CO x-iXlUlll Face&Scalo Treat,
ments. Manicuring. 815 H st. nw 2nd floor.
Wilhelmina Foot Treatment.
1451 Harvard st, Phone Col. 1556.
MRS. D. R. WHEELER,
1U2 N. 1. ave. N. "W. M. 8373.
ASSEMBLY DANCES. Thur.. Fri.. & Sat.
eves . Nafl Rifles Armorj". Davison's Prof.
& Mrs.. 715 6th nw. All dances Hesitation,
boston. Tango, trot. 1-step. walk, any hour
with music. Class & dance Tue. eve. M. 4o34
MlfcS CHAPPELEAR. 1312 Q. St. X. W..
Dhono N. 6S14. Iarislan tango. Brazilian
maxlxe. and all the latest dances taught;
hall for rent.
COULTER, REYNOLDS i. OWEN, experts
in all the latest dances, zm Eye st. X. W.
Lessom.. 50c Phone Main 5737 1
PRIVATE DANCING LESSONS; all the lat
est dances taught 32.50 for six lessons.
1426 Q st nw Phone North I?55.
PROF. WYNDHAM. 81612th st, N. W.. quick
method, latest dances, private any hour.
class Tues and bat.. 7 -JO lessen. Sue: I tar
12 50. Main 5679. .
GLOVER'S. 6U 2tod ST. N. W Ph. W. 1123
PrL lessons any hour. 50t Flshwstk. oat
...m Cn.tnn Tjinm unit. 9.tn. fTbua A
ICIl, fc,.wM ..otv. . . - - -
dance. Tue.. Tnur.. sat, ev es . sue iaies ir
MlbsES CHAMBERLAIN AND COEB'3
DANCING SCHOOL. Il iiXB br. . w.
Pb. Main 2St Dance Even Monday evening
EELECT PRIVATE DANC1NO SCHOOL,
Only One Taught at a Time,
range. Boston. Trotting. Dips. Hesitation,
etc Etlaso Theatre, (th floor 31 5Q-Y
DOGS, PETS, ETC.
TWO FEMALE ST. BERNARD DOGS. 2
and 4 jears old and two collie doss one
male and one female. S jears old. All pedi
greed and registered stock, the flncst bred
dogs In the L S Prize winners for want
of room will sell for less than 1-4 value A
fine holiday gilt Inquire MR. CLARKE.
1S21 Belmont st N . Phone Columbia j
WA'PTCT BIRD AND PET STORE
1 J IViVXO Canaries, parrots, dogs cats,
rabbits, guinea pigs and monkeys 3035 llth
si N W l'ront Col 163.
CANARIES, parrots, dog", cats guinea pigs,
rabbits, gold lish and aquariums. sCHMID i
PET EMlORIUM. 712 12th st, X. W t
PIANO and player-piano tuning and re-
pairing. J2 up. free estimate, work guar-
anteed vvai. vv s.urue.vs. u iv.
Cli. rd . phone Col 2382. 1
VvlliJUv. O rt.VJ:Mb
H. -i -7 ABOUT DIRTY WINDOWS
v ' 'White help. Moderate Prlirei
LEON L. CAHOON. Acme Window Cleaning
Co . 821 G it JJ W Phone M 7J5
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. Free lee
tvfrea lor women Wednesday. 3 p. m. Nat
ural non.surglcal cloth bound 400-page took
Ires. Sit fnlnmr'n Building.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Wardrobe: walnut : very hand
some: 114.50; cost about $40; easy terms if
desired or discount for cash. Save money.
Buy at HOPWOOrrS 8th and K. """'
FOR SALE Furniture, new and sllshtlr
used; easy terms If desired, er discount for
cash. Save money. Buy at HOTWOOD'S.
Sth and IC
FOR SALE Roll top desk, slightly used.
122 50: coat about 345; easy terms If desired.
or discount for cash. Save money. Bnv it
HOPWOOD'S. Sth and K. w l
WEBSTER'S 1313 International Dlctlaoarr
easy terms. MANAGER, wa 1st st. ail
one) mosttn. '
vXl J brand i
JOSEPH BALI. CHAffB PIANO OOu
un a atresc
OXB HEPPE PIANO and one Aeolian Me
trostlle Player, cabinet and music: piano cost
34-0, player, cabinet and music. 45o: will
sell for 3350 cash; separately, piano. a:
player, cabinet and music. 50;K all In too
condition. Address BOX 233 Phono 6468. Col. I
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES.
,f lovi. m for a i3a toachlne: terms as
low as 60c down and 50c a week.
EmbroIderlnvSaught free. '
Plain sewing taught free.
Free repair estimates on all machines.
913 3th sf-. nw. Phone M. 363. 1
A FINE mahogany piano. In first-class con
dition; will sell cheap on account of sick
neas. 91 6th st. X. E. ir
FOR SALE Leather trunk, IU; cost JCi
r5P!trim r i-o-a ... ,' -.- ' T"
M v . xe. ve.
FOR. SALE Wagon; good as new; cheap.
"fK1; ja imimq ac. iM, xi.
FOR SALE 100.000 brick and lumber. 2341
Sth st N. W. j
CHATRS. 25c; Iron beds. 31: Bureaus. H; ealf-
.!?' U: .WiuJ "aJ. ? sideboards.
MM: iron springs. 3L50; pIUows. 25c: Bostaa
couches. 31.50; mattresses, crockery, matting.
-'-'""" V. . 1I.U1 IW . VT.
FOR SALE Kitchen cupboard; almost new:
naif price. 86 V st. X. W. l
OD BUTTERMILK. 6c glass; not sour
J. R. HOPKINS. Stand 135, Center Market.'
T?TtnVFT TciHfifl m. r i .
-- .. MyCf u n,nes tons, .
. ,n.-?etei condition: paid n.000; will seU f
sws rj. a ttvuxt -AJt.mMJa Od4.
FOR SALE Floor show case counter
-m. oi n c v. A.
STEAM LAUNCH "Unor" 55 feet long. 13
"- "v.v. -. . tf.t w. 111,1 4fc CWIUXJUa3
steam engine; boiler carries 160 lbs. steam;
fine condition; only 5 years old; no reason-
&hfo oftiir NfiiiMl R TC Te lrr w .c
.UPRIGHT PIANO. 3100; upright Dlano. f
3125. on $5 payments, will take your old
piano or organ as nrst Payment an anv new
piano or player: hlg bargains. See us. fl
urn .mn 'fcnrvQ t?i Tt. v th - I
WINDOW -SHADES We make a specialty of
flrst-class opaque shades, hung at 50c and
cs. A card will bring salesman.. R. C. M.
Bcton A Son. SU E N. W. Phone Main 34H.
6EWING MACHINES Drop-head Whits. OS:
New Home. 15; 345 Drop-head. U0. Renting
and repairing. Open evenings.
H. R. GIVEN. 635 Pa. ave. 8. E. iin. 3CT
SHADES Good quality opaque shades, fitted
uj jruuc wuuiuHi, oiuj 4oc; uie oest qual
ity oil opaque shades. 50c; hung free. W
esJl with famalu
KLEEBLATT'S. llth t H in. W E.
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn clothias:
eitner j-acies or genuemen s; send postaL
will call. B. TARSHEb. 13CJ 7th st. X- W.
Phone North 439.
WANl'LU ii'urniture for cash. Sell your
goods to the man who gives you. the mast
money, fees HOPWOOD. sth and K. 1
All kinds of sewing machines repaired and
warranted. Phone or postaL
SOOE st- N. W. 1
DIAMONDS Gold, silver, platinum, pawn
, tickets and coins bought by ABE ABRA
HAMS. 433 th N. W. M. 5504.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for old gold, silver
and diamonds FOR MANUFACTURING
SAKS OPTICAL CO.. 70S 7th st, N. W.
I WAXT TO BUY all the old gold, sliver,
and diamonds you have no uss tor. I pay
highest prices fur same.
GREEN & CO..
SOSVj Uth St. X. w.
CASH FOR GOLD WE ARE IN XEED OP
gold tor manufacturing. We will pay casa
for your gold and diamonds. A. KAH.N. iii F.
WHEX IX DOUBT COXSULT
The Xoted Palmist and character Reader.
STUDIO. 1125 Hth ST. X. W.
Truthful in her prediction, reliable in her
advice, without asking a question she will
tell you the object of your call, giving
names of friends, relatives, and actual facts
concerning ypur life and circumstances watch
you know to be absolutely true. The
Madame will refuse to accept any fee unless
she gives the utmost satisfaction. Hours,
11 to S p. in.
PEOF. D. B. BfiUCE,
The great Australian Clairvoyant, the
American and European press say he la the
greatest wonder ot the mjatery ot sciences.
The world has never seen his equal. Can be
consulted on all affairs.
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 13 P. M.
SUNDAY- 2 TO 7 P. M.
No letters receive any attention. Take
H st, car. get off at 61st st. N. EL. walk up
Qst sr to the boulevard to corner of Clark
ave. Fourth house from corner or Clark
ave. and Boulev ard. Fairmont Heights. Md.
FITZGERALD Noted palmist and double
seeing powers: future, courtship, marriage.
business, guaranteed. 1215 Eye st, X. W. !
Ucnsult Zeaita V"13 veat
1552 llth st- X. W
MRS. irlAMIE STEVES fggS?
Instructor ot spiritual school; private readings
given doil). 315 N. J. ave. S. E. Ph. Line SUH.
MADELINE CURTIX. Healer and Instructor
in Ulgn-Grade Holy Spiritual Work and
Scflool lteadings Dally. 4ui 2nd st. N. E. 1
MRS. K. ROTH seance meeting Tuesday
and Thursday eves., s o'clock sharp, read
ings dallj; Anacostla cars. 700 6th St. S. E.
MEETINGS Monday. Wednesday. Friday. S
p. m. sharp; a message to each; dally read.
Ings. Mrs. J. E. Maltby. 807 Mt. Vernon tL
nw.. back of Carnegie Library Phone M. 370.
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 25c
Ooen Nights. 1723 jth st, X. W.
"KNOW Tin SELF." know your child. Mrs.
Clemens. Scientific Palmist. 1012 I st, X
W (late Kcnois bldg.): hours 1 lo i P. tt
MATTRESb RENOVATING AND REMAD3
32. PHONE NORTH 526.
CAPITAL UEPUING CO 1241 7lh St. X. W.
A Printing Office
Manned by Specialists
the boss a practical printer.
anil everv workman an expert
in his particular line. Small
work only handled. Deliveries
on the hour from S till 5. J
LEWIS M. THAYER,
507 13th N. W.
1116 Park Road.
Special foi December.
1,000 White Envelopes. 17.58.
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