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THEIR MILEAGE HOPE! Ruling Precedent Was Set When Mr. Tawney Was Chairman. Discussion of Inequality in Allow ances Between Westerners and Easterners Again Comes Up. Members of the House appropriations committee believe that the House will not provide for mileage for the coming session of Congress. They base their belief on the fact that several years ago an extra session merged \rlth a regular session and. although it -was held both l<gal and parliamentary that the regula tion 20 cents a mile should be paid for the regular session, when it came to voting for the appropriation, the item was lost. Congressional precedents all favor the payment of mileage whether or not the members are here when the session be gins, having been detained on account of an extraordinary session, except in the case where members have left Wash ington without leave and do not return to the Capitol before the end of the ses sion. Even on this latter point there 1" possibility of loose or generous action on the part of the disbursing agent Ruling- Made by Tawney. The chief precedent in the matter of mileage is that of a ruling by former Kepresentative Tawney, acting as chair man of the committee on the whole, when a deficiency bill was being thrashed out on the floor. The bill carried an appropriation for the mileage of members for a regular session which followed directly upon the heels of an extra ses sion. There was not even five minutes' time intervening, although an effort was mad., to adjourn the extra session "sine die" five minutes before the regular ses sion began. When it came time to ap propriate the mileage for the regular session arguments for and against it were many and various. A point of jrder was raised against the item; Chairman Tawney, in a lengthy de cision. held that there was no rule against the item and that the matter of mileage was one for the House to vote upon- Be ing assailed with cries of "graft" on all I sides, the House voted not to take mileage at that time. The same situation holds today, and if the House wishes its mileage it can vote for it, but members of the SPECIAL NOTICES. WE, THK UNDERSIGNED. BEG TO AN nonm- t" onr pations ar.d the public tb ? open ing ?f onr mar.i.-ure and hairdresslng parlors, Nos. 405-tj-i Kcnols bu: din;. 11th and ?_1 sts. n.w. Miss PAULINE TIS1NGEK. M<ss LI LA RYON. 23* Miss MAK1E S'HMITZ. ALL PERSONS HAVING PLEDGES WITH H. K. FT LTON. 314 !>tu ST. N.W , on which in d-je one year's interest or more, ".re hereby notified taat all such pledges MUST BE RB DEEMED or they will be sold at public auc tion Wednesday, December 3; Wednesday. De cember li>: Friday. December 12; Tuesday. De fmNr Id; Thursday. December 1*>: Saturday. Pe.'-tnher 2">: Tuesday* Pwrnlxr S-T 1913. VERY DESIRABLE SUITE oF"fR^\T RO^MS J In The Star bidg.. overlooking PennsylTaala i ?re. Apply at once. Manager. The Evening Star. | FOR REXT-THREE DESIR \BLE OFFICE room* on the fourth floor Star bldg.. ilDglv of en suite, frontir.s on Pennsylvania ave.; light and well ventilated: elevator service rill 11 p.m. Apply to MANAGER. Star office. 11th and Pa. ave. n.w. DEEECTIVE Fl'liNAr^ a\'D STOVES AND tmoky chimneys < .>red. All work guaranteed. : J. H. SIMMS. 19*? 7ft at. Phone North ' STOUT PEOPLE May -obtain free Information how lo redtice ; their tiesh permanent y. No exercise. no diet- i :ag. Positively no harmful drugs. Private in- ! t?rri^w. Apt .'iOO. the Brighton. or wHl call, j Hours: 10 To 12. Ssrnrdav excenfd. CONSOLIDATED ' Alt SHIPMENTS Tf? WEST ern points at reduc?->i rates. For- izn shipments. Lift Tans .'or tran.?atl?nfie and inland r'-mc *le. SECURITY STORAGE CO.. 1140 l.lth st. HOUSE "REPAIRING"." ALL TRADES;"LOWEST prices; experts on stoves and roof repairing: nil work guaranteed. Pfc-me Lincoln IT-TJtj. J. W. MANDLEY. 1212 B'adensbitrg road. TOT- SAVE A LOT OF MONEY AND TROFBl F, when yo:i rK,-tal PREINKERT to cail xrltfc tample* of window ?h3des. 1200 H st. n.e. Opa'toe Sh::d*-s. ?,0r. Best Opaque. W bung. ioo LETTERHEADS f ALL PRINTED*" 10t> ENVELOPES a F(tR 100 BILLHEADS t $1.00. 601 14th st. n.w. Phone M. ?271. Ask for prl.es on typewritten letters. FIRST AND LAST ECONOMY IN PAINTING marks the M.trkwatd work. Its permanency is proverbial. <;*t a price for PAINTING from G H. MARKWARD. 2210 14th. Ph. N. 2210 THIS PRINT SHOP ? "ontemplates carrying out an order for a million as fully as one for a hundred. Its price is be?ed on equipment that puts the coot at th?" lowest nomiible fteofe THE CARXAHAN PRESS, WMNI c st. n.w. Ph. M. ?W48. I RONCLAD ROOF PAINT j -has won fame for durability and effective ness It keeps new roofs new, makes old roofs as good ?s new. iroNclaD ?Get well and keep well by drinking Ballantine's Canada Malt ALE. $i a doz. bottles, j Shoomaker Co. 1331 E M-n w ???Ph?ne M. 1I5*?-M. COAL AT LOWEST PRirpS. Wash. B. Williams. 2T.11? 14th ST. N- 12S4. ??I NEVER DISAPPOINT." A Business Thrives ?according to th.- way it is advertised. Strength- it y.-ur advertising with good printed matter. THE SERVICE SHOP. BYRON S ADAMS, Best Photo Qoods at Smallest Cost. ? We can prove to your entire satisfaction tlie ?-conomjr of buying Photo Supplies hero. \Ne are headtpia-ters f?r Anti trust Photo goods. They give txfst results and are in expensive. m. a. leese ayat a* Ornamt nta'. atni'T": ' 5 Highest Grade Work. Plain Tiling. ? Lli-Suji Ijowest I'ricea. One of the largest Tiling businesses In city. Satisfaction cuarauteed. KP.WIN F EI LETT. 110C i'th at taw V. 7326. C0LB weather" ? is on. Let o-.r SKILLED MECHANICS RE PAIR t .1:? Steam Apparatus awl make the home comfortable. Wm. Conradis Co.. ion 7tt?. m. 2420. Tke National Barak of Was^inj^tosi. Seventh street a-id ii?:ana ave. n.W. r.\piT\r wn sfrplps NEARLY TWO MIL! ION DOLLARS. Bring n* yimr savtogs accounts. 3% Enterest Paid. Deposits received from $1 oj?. SPIRITUALISM. MEETINGS MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. FRIDAY, 8 p.D.. sharp; a message to ea<-h. dally read ings. Mrs. J. E. MALTBY. Wi7 Mt. Vernon pi. o.w-. ba.-k of Carnegie Library Phone M 370*5. CHURCH NOTICES. EPIM'OPAL. " CHI'Ri 11 OF ST. MUUAEL ANIl ALL .W gels. cor. 22nd and Va. ave. n.w.. Rev. P Murphy, rector.?tier vices, 11 a.m. and 8 p.iu All welcome ? appropriations committee say thAt tte?y believe the House will not do so. The law on the subject of mileage PJ?* sents an Inequality which is Quite fre quently the subject of bitter debate 1 Congress. Some meinberB believe tnat mileage should be looked upon a? pense money; some believe that onl> ac tual traveling expenses should be paid, others believe that mileage at 20 cents a mile is a regular and legal part of a' Con gressman's compensation and should be considered as such. Twenty Cents Long the Rate. Twenty cents 3> mil? tins heen the rdte for so many years that no one could be found at the Capitol yesterday who re membered when it was otherwise. In the stage coach days it cost more to reach Washington than it does now and con gresslonal salaries were much smaller. "The law of the United States,'' said one congressman to a Star reporter^ "rfves to the member of Congress $7 300 a > ear land in addition thereto a certain amount for mileage, a certain sum for every mile i he travels. There is not one word said about its being for traveling expenses and it has not been so considered, it also provides that this shall be paid every session." However, under this construction it Is apparent that all a man has to do to be a highly paid congressman is to live on the Pacific coast. As an illustration, take the case of a congressman living I ouo miles from this city. In coming here he pays $20 for his railroad ticket; $T> for his berth; $?"> for his meals; tips, etc.. at least $1; a total or $"Jf> He receives 2?> cents a mile both ways, making $40f> under the law, and is therefore $371 to the good, al though he would deduct his fare and expenses home. In contrast take the case of Repre sentative Carlin. who lives in Alexandria. Ya and whose mileage allowance Is something like $3.H0 a year The con pressman a thousand miles from here is simply paid about $.171 a year more than the Alexandria man. There are co?" pressmen from the Pacific coast who draw from $1,400 to $1,600 for mileage; the delegates from Hawaii and Alaska draw 20 cents a mile both ways. The delegate from the Philippines is allow ed a flat $2,000 a session for traveling. "The law provides an inequaiity of pay, ' as Representative Grosvenor once re marked during a mileage row in the Fifty-eighth Congress, who wanted to equalize the matter. MODERN IMPROVEMENTS ON THE NEWPORT NEWS Transformed Steamer Will Return to Service Tomorrow Afternoon. At her dock, foot of 7th street south west, the Newport News, of the Nor folk and Washington !ine, which last week returned from Baltimore, where she was fitted with new boilers and trans formed into a modern passenger and j freight carrying steamer, is being made ready to begin active work on the route between this city. Old Point and Norfolk. Tomorrow afternoon she will take the place of the Northland on the route, and those who travel on her will find her both in speed and comfort the equal of the larger boats of the line. The main saloon and the ladies' saloon on the main deck aft have been recar peted in red and the walls and ceilings have b-.-en repainted and redecorated in white and gold. In the staterooms, car pets have been removed, and hard wood : floor laid with art rugs for coverings, j In the bedrooms, the wooden bedsteads . have been replaced with brass beds and the beds throughout the steamer have! been fitted with new sanitary mattresses, i The furniture in the saloons has been re- ; upholstered in leather of a color con- , trasting with the white of the walls and | the red floor covering. Rooms Now Have Baths. When first built the Newport News had j no staterooms with baths. In remodeling i her several rooms have been equipped j with baths, with hot and cold, fresh and i salt water. Rooms also have been ar- j ranged en suite. All the rooms have run- j rung water from big tanks on the hurrx- j cane deck. Tise kitchen and the dining room have | been enlarged- The dining room will i now seat about l.V? persons. The kitch-1 en is equipped with up-to-date ranges and other appliances. In point of size the kitchen is more than twice as large as it was formerly. Four new boilers will furnish steam at a pressure of iW pounds to the square inch, and a speed of about twenty miles an hour. E. GRAHAM WILSON DENIES ATTACK ON MISS TURNER Farmer-Horseman Takes Stand in His Own Defense, But Shows Nervousness. CHARLES TOWN, W. Va.. ?November 22.?E. Graham Wilson, farmer and horseman, took the stand in his own'de fense today against the charge that he attacked Mies Kate Turner, a guest at the Wilson home June 6. Mrs. Wilson, wife of the accused, testified in her hus band's behalf. In low tones, which could be heard only by the Jury and court officers. Wilson re lated his version' of the alleged attack. He declared he had misled his wife pur posely as to the Incidents of the day. He swore any relations that 'might have occurred were with the consent of the plaintiff and denied committing an as sault. Defendant Is Nervous. Wilson was nervous during cross-exam ination. He declared that many state .ments made by Miss Turner in connec tion with the affair were false. He testi fied the drive with Miss Turner June 6 was the first he had ever taken with her, although she had been a guest at his home many times previously. Mrs. Wilson said that Miss Turner's face was flushed and her hat was disar ranged when she returned from the drive. She related incidents of Miss Turner's visit. At 5 o'clock the court ad journed until Monday afternoon. At that time the defense is expected to close its case and the prosecution will offer re buttal testimony. It is expected argu ments will be reached by Tuesday noon. WEATHER, Fair Today and Probably Monday; Somewhat Colder Monday. For the District of Columbia and Maryland, fair Sunday and probably Monday; somewhat colder Monday; light to moderate south and southwest winds. A moderate disturbance over the lake region' is the only unsettled factor on the weather map tonight. This dis turbance apparently developed over the lower Missouri valley during Friday night, and it has been attended by showers and some thunderstorms in the upper Mississippi valley. Indiana and the upper lake region. Ther^ was no other precipitation ot consequence, ex cept some rains in Arkansas and north ern Texas and the north Pacific states, and some Iit?ht and scattered snows in thf northwest. While it is somewhat colder in the lake region, the upper Mississippi and the Missouri valleys temperatures are above the seasonal average over all dis tricts, except the extreme central west and southwest. Local rains are probable Sunday in the lower lake region and Sunday night in northern Now Enpiand. Elsewhere the weather will be generally fair Sun day and Monday, except in the we4K gulf states, where local rains are probable. It will be colder Sunday in the cen tral valleys and the lake region, and somewhat colder Monday in New Eng land and the middle Atlantic states. The winds along the north and middle Atlantic coasts will be moderate south P AINLESS LEASING ERFECT DENTISTRY You want that kind?we have given it to the Wash ington people for the past 20 years. Tell us your teeth troubles. SETS OF TEETH, SS, $7, $10 22-kt. Gold Crowns 1 ^ mm Bridge work J" ZD Drs. PATTON & LEONARD, PAINLESS DENTISTS, 910 F STREET. I'nlon Dental Parlors. Remember ['bone Main 1077. tin- Number. west and west; on the sooth Atlantic coast, light to moderate variably, ex cept east on the Florida coast; on the east gulf coast, moderate east and south east; on the west gulf coast, moderate east, becoming variable; on the lower lakes, brisk southwest and west; on the upper lakes, moderate, mostly west. Yesterday's Temperatures. Midnight, 55; 2 a.m., 52; 4 a.m.. 48; 6 a.m., 47; 8 a.m.. 47; 10 a.m.. 54; 12 noon, 63; 2 p.m.. 72; 4 p.m., 74; ? p.m., 68; 8 p.m., 60; 10 p.m.. 56. Highest. 74; lowest, 46. Relative humidity?8 a.m., .96; 2 p.m., .57. Rainfall (8 p.m. to 8 p.m.)?0. Hours of sunshine?8.6. Per cent of possible sunshine?88. Temperature same date last year Highest, 64; lowest, 42. Temperatures in Other Cities. Preclp Ititton. 8 p. tlx. to Max. Min. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. Asheville, N. C 70 as 00 Atlanta, Oa 74 58 C8 .... Atlantic City, N. J... 2 56 Rismarok, N. D 38 22 28 0.12 Honton. Mass 6ft 44 fiO Buffalo. N. Y Of. 60 62 rhli-HC". Ill 6S ?<> 0.10 Cincinnati. Ohio 76 ?4 66 .... Cticymui', Wyo is 141 32 0.04 PaVenporr. Iowa 7f> 54 46 .... Penver, Col. 4S 24 44 .... Dea Moines, Iowa 64 60 48 .... Duluth. Minn 48 34 34 0.04 Oalreston. Tn .. 72 70 68 .... Helena. Mont 42 24 40 Indianapoli*. Ind 72 60. 60 0.36 Jacksonville. Fla 76 66 61 0.02 Kanha? City. Mo 64 58 .r>2 Little Rock. Ark 76 6? 70 L?s Angeles, Cal 7<> 4ft 62 Marquette. Mick 42 42 38 0.16 Mempkla. Tenn 78 64 68 New Or'eans. I.a 76 64 68 .. New York. N. Y 00 52 60 .... North Platte, Neb. ... 46 22 32 0.02 Omaha. Neb 52 42 44 Philadelphia. Pa 66 SO <10 Pittshnrgli. Pa. ...... 70 56 64 Portland, Me 64 42 56 ..t_ Portland, Ore SO 44 50 0.30 Salt Lake City, Utah.. 38 22 32 St. Louf*,' Mo 72 64 64 0 22 St. Pani. Minn 44 &8 38 Kan Francisco, Cal. ..60 50 56 ?. Springfield. Ill 72 62 60 0.02 Tampa, Fla 78 66 70 0.02 To'edo, Ohio 72 58 68 .... Vlckabbnr, Misa. 80 64 72 .... WASHINGTON, I?.. C. 74 46 60 Up-River Waters. Special Dispatch to The Star. HARPERS FERRY. W. Va.. Novem ber 22.?Potomac river slightly cloudy and Shenandoah slightly muddy this evening. Ran dle Highlands 4 CAPITOL Of U.S. A AVMTt NOUSt DIAGRAM or GROUND F IF VATlON WATCH FOR A CITY, RANDLE HIGHLANDS! EFFICIENCY is the magic word of the twentieth century. Health, efficiency and morality are basic virtues in success?real success. The healthy man is the happy man. The body is a good servant. Treat it well and it will do your work. Fads and fancies of "physi cal culture'' have 110 place in our program. We use prac tical methods to get practical results. Gymnastics, aquatics and recreative play, under skilled direction, help the city man maintain physical stamina -more easily?spring, sum mer, autumn, winter. And it's all play worth while?this play for health, strength, efficiency. Y. M. C. A. ] 736 G Street N.W. it FONTANET COURTS RATED among the more desirable of the newer apartment houses in Washington, a modern and substantially constructed five-story residential build ing. Its location in an ex clusive home section and its attractive surroundings give the Fontanet the distinction that quickly appeals to peo ple who- seek such essentials to comfortable living. The location at the south west corner of 14th and Fair mont streets, on high ground, affords advantageous views. The Fontanet is fcNored with excellent transit facili ties, tenants having at their disposal the 14th street car line. Equipped with all devices for convenience and comfort? all-night elevator service and telephones, the Fontanet, with its extra large rooms and assurance of ample light and air. being a corner build ing, makes it a most desir able residence place. Rentals are most moder ately priced, 3 rooms and bath being $32.50 per month and 6 rooms and bath $60. Inspection invited. S.W. Corner 14th and Fairmont Streets UNUSUALLY LARGE LIGHT ROOMS BALCONY PORCHES Inspect Today Just Completed 3 Rooms, Foyer Hajl j From $32^0 Per Mo. 4 Rooms, Foyer Hall T t7CAnD M 5 Rooms, Foyer Hall J To S75'00 Per M?" HARRY WARDMAN WARDMAN BUILDING 1430 K STREET N.W. momma iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiniiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiT ? FRIED CHICKEN BY MAIL RAISES A NEW QUESTION Postal Officials Most Decide If It Is Barred by "Frelh Moat" Proviso. Is fried chicken fresh meat and as such limited in its shipment by parcel post to the second zone, nnder the re strictions applied to "flresh meat?" The question has been put to the Porft Office Department by a Colorado postmaster, who says one of his parcel post patrons has several customers to whom he wishes to mail fried chicken. As apparently new problems always create more or less consternation and dlre?t official minds Into novel channels for their settlement, the Inquiry set some of the department officials guessing. It has not yet reached the classification di vision, where questions of the kind ?nre usually determined, and railway mall officials, who sometimes rule as to un mailable matter, will not admit they are puzzling over it. The superintendent of the classification division, however, who might ordinarily be calted upon to answer the query, said today that if the chicken were good, well fried and seasoned and so put up that it would not injure the mails, he would be loth to bar it from them by an ill considered ruling. It would be necessary, he said, to consult the meat inspection act, which the department is observing in parcel post shipments, and then reason by analogy as to whether the particular fried chicken in question came under the head of "fresh meat." If it was found that it did the Colorado postmaster's patron coud not ship It, however tempting it might be to the appetite, beyond the second zone of his offire. But if it were not "nailed" by the meat Inspection act. and were otherwise acceptable for mail- i ing, there Is no reason why fried chicken may not be sent anywhere In the United States by parcel post. WANT THE. PASS PRIVILEGE. Railway Officials Claim Thfli Eights Have Been Denied. Seven railroad officials of New Hamp shire, minus railroad passes, yesterday applied to the Supreme Court of the United States for a remedy for their con dition. These officials are Henry A. Cutter, Gilman C. Shattuck, Ben F. Burns, Les ter F. Thurber of Nashua. N. H., and Thomas B. Eaton of Worcester, all di DO YOU WANT A HOME? Biggest Bargains Ever Offered in This High-Class Location Nos. 1617-1619-1621 Irving St. N.W. (Just West of A\renue of the Presidents.) Be sure to inspect at once, as they will sell quickly. Price Only $5,750 ' .%? gLTJ &? ML. I - r ? v?T" ' ? Htl ? , ,, M&T ~ ?"tMT' '>lag; ~-aggy*a?ag: 3 kraKfi fttmr tmmy 'Y- Emm -mm -:*m Sm.*2*2 488-1 . '??-:** r~*' iw ?<? VI T fc" ? IB' >.MI ii ? ;. 8 sBS ? .T>ar .^T? ? S?5R ? tJiHR? Hytex brick fronts; large porches, front and rear. Note the size of these fine lots, 17x190- to alley. Plenty of room for garage or garden. Six good rooms, tile "hath, hot-water heat, laundry and toilet in cellar, electric and gas lights, hardwood finish, hardwood floor, papered throughout, side-oven gas range. To inspect these houses?Take any F St. car marked Mt. Pleasant and get off at Irving St., walk about too feet west or phone for our free auto service. Open Every Day, Lighted Until 9 P. M. ??? ? jtflJK&umtfmGo: Offices, 1314 F St. N.W. and 7th and H Sts. N.E. rectors of the Peterborough Railroad Company, and Charles E Congdon and Arthur C. Shattuck of Nashua, secre tary and treasurer, respectively, of the road. They claim that In leasing their road to the Boston and Lowell, which assigned ' tlte leas? to tl!?? Itimtcni and Maine, the " became entitl?*d. according to the tefin< of the lease, to free n inufcl pusses over tlio roads operated b\ tlie Huston an?l Maine. January 1. P.M."!. the Boston and Maine refus.-d to (rive them passes for interstate journeys, but offered them passes pood within New Hampshire only. Take East Capitol street .-ars to Kentucky are. atnl Lincoln Park and w ?lk two l>l'X-k? ?>uih. Sample house open and lighted until 8 30 P m Forty Feet of Fine Front. Town. 1326 to 1370 South Carolina Ave. Homes TSttr $3,750 $150 Cash=?Ba,ance Like Rent. 26 new houses in the most desirable part of the southeast (near beautiful Lincoln Park), whose construction is of the highest type?work that is a monument to fine craftsmanship. Entrance hall, parlor, reception hull, llvln< room or dln!n<r room; kitchen and pantry. on talnlne wash sink, drain and cupboard >*o that the kitchen may bo uw>d as a dlnine room); 3 larpo tied noma * Elcctrlc Hchts; hot-water heat; ornamental fixtures; 13-iticb wall*. ft. of front !ai?n: 20-ft. alley; 4 lar*e porches; concrete oellar. INSPECT TIIEM WITHOET DELAY. A C. Moses Construction Comparty 916 New York Ave. N.W. Phone Main 4031. $~XK"X"XK~XKKK~X~X~X~X~X~X~X"X"X~X~X~X~XMX~X~X~X~X~X'v ? V i JUST COMPLETED 2 New Rows of 6 and 8 Room Homes ? 2 Sold Before Completion t Price, $4,600 to $5,500?Easv Terms! : ? ? Y Y Y % Y Y ? ? | Y v it IY S St. Between 2nd and 3rd Sts. N.W. Within square of two car lines. Massive fronts of Philadelphia pressed brick and Hurnmelstown brown stone. Material and construction equal to any house costing' double the price. Double front and rear porches: American Radiator Company's Ideal hot-water heating (NONE BETTER); parquette floors; beautiful decorations; artistic combination electric and gas fixtures; cold storage pantries; large yards. Open daily and Sunday. Sample house. No. 217. Heated and lighted until 9 p.m. Salesmen 011 premises. Chas. W. King, Sr., OWNER AND BUILDER, X Southern Building. ?% V Open for Inspection Today The Avondale 1718 P q* Northwest TYPICAL FLOOR RENTALS. 3 Rooms and Bath, Foyer Hall 4 Rooms and Bath, Foyer Hall from $40.00 to , J 6 Rooms and 2 Baths, Foyer Hall j $100 Per Month. Doctor's Offices on the First Floor. Just Completed Elegance, character, cheerfulness, comfort, are the distinctive features of this new 5-story building, situated on the most socially prominent street east of Dupont Circle and Connecticut avenue. The following apartments are offered to respon sible people desiring efficient management, competent superintendent, experienced and uniformed attendants, courteous and prompt service day and night. Each property is inspected daily by a representa tive of the agent. The apartments are planned in suites of 3 and 8 rooms, with one and two baths, foyers, and ample closet room. The layout is perfect, and every room i< flooded with light and swept by a pleasant circulation of air. The building is a strictly fireproof structure, and 110 expense has been spared by the builder to insure comfort and the highest class of workmanship in every detail. . Equipped with two fast electric elevators, with the very latest safety devices. An inspection by those wishing to secure small suites in one of the most unique houses with rehned surroundings, is cordially invited. Permanent tenants only, who appreciate the unusual features of this build ing. are desired. Detailed information may be obtained at any time from the manager on the premises. 0 All Night Telephone and Elevator Service. HARRY WARDMAN WARDMAN BUILDING 1430 K STREET N.W.