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.TTJJB WASHINGTON TIME8, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912
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TO BACK ROSE
' IN TESTIMONY
Hiring of Gunmen by Becker
Wfll Be Retold
(Continued from First Page.)
ten feet. He "aid he paid 'the money
the day after the murder. Schepps
brought the gunmen to him at Fif
tieth street and Eighth avenue, he
"Did you tell Schepps to go and get
"Did you tell him what you were go
Ins; to pay the gunmen fort"
"I did not"
"Did Schepps ask you what you were
going to pay them fort"
"Who did Schepps brlngT"
"'Lefty Louie' and another. I am un
decided whether the other was 'Dago
Frank' or not. There were two."
"Who did you payT"
. '"Lefty Louie.'"
"I don't know. Webber told me there
was a thousand dollars In the roll he
gave me. I saw a hundred-dollar bill
on the outside of the roll."
. Meeting With Becker. -
Mr. Mclntyre asked Itose about the al
leged Interview between Rose and Beck
er near Webber's poker room directly
after the murder.-
'Who was there T"
" 'Brldgle' Webber, Jack Sullivan, and
myself. Wa were waiting for Becker."
"Did you see anybody you knew while
you were waiting for Becker?"
"Tea. Some employes of the Murray
Hill baths. When Beckca arrived. I
said, 'Let's walk down the street a
way,' and we all walked Into the shad
ow of a doorway. It looked Inviting
to us. I was about to start talking
when a friend of Sullivan's came up,
and I stopped. Sullivan took the man
"Did you Invent this man so that It
would appear that Sullivan could not
have overheard the conversation you
had vlth Becker?"
"I did not."
"Hose, didn't you ask Schepps to ad
mit that he was the murder paymas
ter?" Denies Schepp's Story.
"I did not."
"Didn't you ask Schepps to corrob
"I did not."
"Didn't Schepps say to you: 'I'll stick
by you and say whatever you want me
"No such thing ever happened."
"You saw Luban yesterday, the man
who testllled here, didn't you?"
"Yes, I saw a man who testified here
by that name in the district attorney's
"Did you talk to him?"
"I didn't talk to him at all."
"How long have you known Luban?"
"I don't remember that I ever saw
Attorney Mclntyre produced the aftl-'
davit Rose signed for Becker and passed
It to the witness, who identified his sig
nature. "Did you swear to the contents of this
"KM, Even Before Police."
"Did you say today or yesterday that
Becker said to you that 'If the gunmen
were In the presence of a policeman
shoot Rosenthal anyway?' "
"Yes," said Robc a
"Did you say that Becker told you
he would shoot Rosenthal down him
self?" Rose said he had heard Becker say he
was being driven to desperation and
would "blase away himself" If the job
were not done soon.
Mr. Mclntyre asked Rose If he knew
a man named Sam Boston. The wit
ness said he did.
"Did you say to Boston that you were
going to kill Herman Rosenthal because
ne had stigmatized your children and
tandered your wife?'- ,
"No, no," shouted Rose.
Denies Threatening Gambler.
"Didn't you say a month before the
Rosenthal murder to Lewis Plltt that
you Intended to have Rosenthal killed?"
"I did not."
Mr. Mclntyre then asked whether Ro
senthal had not come to the witness
about ten months before his death and
asked It ho had been plotting to kill
"No such thing ever occurred," said
"Didn't you once go to a man named
'Boob Walker and a msyt named Warren
and offer them money to kill Rosenthal,
and thev refused?"
"Nothing of the kind ever happened,"
Rose denied that ha had once told a
man named R. J. Smith that "Rosenthal
will be killed as sure as my name is
"While' In the Tombs did you meet a
man named Pat Callahan?"
"Didn't you tell him you'd paid 11.000
to frame uo on Becker and saddle the
crime on him. In order to save your
self?" "I did not."
At this point Attorney Mclntyre again
appealed to the court, asking that the
cross-examination be put over until
Monday. Despite Mr. Mclntyre's insis
tence that he was physically unable to
go oh, the court refused to yield.
"Have you any other questions?" ask
ed the court.
"I have, but my mind won't work,"
said Mr. Mclntyre.
"Then the court declares the cross-
examination closed, and after a brief
direct examination Rose was excused
from the stand. He had been on the
witness stand for ten hours.
Earlier In tho day, Hose testified he
feared treachery on tho part of Becker.
Rose ald he warned "Lefty Louie"
to keep off the street and not to allow
hls "gang" to be seen In public, as he
knew Becker Intended to "frame" them.
Mr. Mclntyre's cioss-examlnatlon con
tinued: "Did you ask them that night to kill
"Did you say to 'LeftyLoule' 'I want
you to kill Herman?' "
"'Did you fix a day for taking off Ros
enthal?" "No, I told them to bo ready, that I
would let them know when the Job
should be dona."
"Did you fix a price for the crime?"
"No, none except that they should
not bo framed up like Zcllg was."
"You have been promised Immunity
to come here and testify, haven't you?"
"Yes, I signed a stipulation to that
"And you expect to go out from here
nnd walk the streets, a free man, when
this trial Is over, don't your'
"N.ot these streets; I shall not be a
freo man In this community. Not If I
value my life would I attempt to live
Rose ruined his voice as he made this
announcement, and Mr. Mclntyre paused
before he shot the next question. For
the moment there was completel silence
In the courtroom. The Jurors wera
watching the witness with the keenest
attention, some of hem leaning far over
In their seats with their hands held to
Did Not Trust Becker.
"And you' are testifying now to save
your own lifer'
"You are willing to swear Becker Into
the eleotrlo chair to save your own Ute,
"I am trying to save my life, of
course; It I had not come hero and
testified I would have lost It. I am
merely testifying against Becker be
caua ehe was preparing to throw us to
the wolves. That waa what be had fixed
up for me."
"Is the object of your testimony here
to escape punishment for your own part
In the crime?"
"I have two objects," Rose said slow
ly. "First, to establish the truth; sec
ond, to get consideration from the die
M.r Mclntyre then switched his at
tack back to the murder plot.
"You made a second visit to the gun
men, did you notr he asked.
"Yes. several days after the first one."
"When was the last time you raw the
"The night of the murder."
"When beforo that?"
"At the Lafayette Baths, the night
they failed to do It at the darden
"Did you talk with them about mur
dering Herman that night?"
"But there was a detective with Her
man that night; so you didn't murder
"So I was told."
"Who was with you the night of the
murder when you went to Brldgle Web
ber'ir Tells of "Murder Luncheon."
"Sam Schepps and Vallon."
Rote told of hiring the gray "murder
car" and said ttfey went to see "Dago
Frank," as he wanted to know If there
were any deevlopmenta In the Rosenthal
case. He said ho did not discuss tho
Rosenthal matter with "Dago Frank,"
however, because Scheppa waa there,
"I asked him where the rest of the
gang was," he testified. "He said at
Webber's place, and rode down there
"You went upstairs at Brldgle Web
"Yea, and sat down at a long table."
"Did you Intend to murder Rosenthal
"What did you do at that long table r'
"We ordered supper, two of us, Web
ber and I. The rest ordered bottled
"Who were at the tahler'
"'Oyp the Blood' 'Lefty Louie,' 'Dago
Frank. Webber, 'Whltey' Lewis, Vallon
"Did you talk about the murder?"
"No; we ate and drank."
HARRY L. WHEATLEY.
Friends of Harry L. Wheatley In this
city have Just received news of his
death at San Diego, Cat. He was rep
resenting oil interests of London and
New York In tho far West, and at the
time of his death his father, Oen. Wil
liam M. Wheatley, of Indianapolis, was
Arrangements have been made for
the Interment In Crown Hill Cemetery.
DAVID E. MOORE. .
The funeral of David E. Moore, 4322
Fourteenth street northwest, who died
yesterday rooming, will be held tomor
row morning at 9 o'clock from the
Sacred Heart Church, Fourteenth street
and' Whitney avenue. The Rev. Father
Eckenrfide will officiate. The members
of Washington Council, No. 221. Knights
of Columbus, of which Mr. Moore waa
a member, will attend the services. In
terment will be private.
MRS. CHARLES M. BARNETT.
Mrs. Charles M. Barnett, wife of the
president of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Coal & Coke Company, died Friday night
at the Protestant Hospital In Norfolk,
Va., as a result of eating toadstools,
which she mistook for mushrooms. Ehe
was a former resident of Washington,
but moved to Norfolk about six months
CHARLES J. GOLDEN.
Funeral services were held this af
ternoon for Charles J. Golden, at the
home of bis aunt, Mrs, Louis J. Smith,
115 Maple View place, southeast. The
burial was private.
First Lieut. Joseph Parks, one of the
new aviators at College Park, Is very
much Impressed with the Molsant mono
plane that flies at they aviation Held
each afternoon, and If permitted by the
Signal Corps officers will attempt to fly
one. Should his request be granted ha
will be the first army officer to learn to
fly a monoplane.
Monday, November 4, Is the probable
date for the breaking up of the Signal
Corps Aviation School at College Park
for the winter. The men will go to
Augusta, Co., where they spent the
cold months last winter.
Two other new aviators are expected
to Join the Signal .Corps aviation school
this week. Three new ones were added
last week. During the next three months
twenty others are to be detailed.
Former 8enatorJames A. Hemenway
of Indiana, who Is In Washington to
day, and who has Just returned from a
week In New York, says the number of
doubtful voters this year Is unusually
"The polls of both parties In Indiana
show more doubtful voters than ever
before," said Mr. Hemenway. "I as
sume that what Is true in Indiana Is
true of other States."
Mr. Hemenway Is a strong Taft man,
and believes Taft Is gaining. He de
clares that many of the Democrats do
not seem to care whether they win.
"The Democrats expect to win, but
for some reason a great many of them
ooni reauy seem to want 10 win."
Because th country la prosperous,
Mr. Hemenway says, the Taft strength
Is Increasing. Excellent business condi
tions and prosperity, he tnlnks, are go
ing to add much to the Taft vote be
tween now and election day.
Bullet Kills Suicide
Then Shoots Up Picture
Apparently In a Jovial humor before
retiring to his room on the Schwcltser
Hotel. H. Stablefeld was found
dead, having committed suicide
by shooting.'' A license as stationary
fireman, Issued In Minneapolis was
found In the dead man's pocket. No one
In the hotel heard the shot. The bullet
entered the left temple and, coming out
at the right, broke a window In the
third floor of a store directly opposite
the hotel. The bullet did not stop until
It burled Itself In the left temple of the
portrait of a man. St. Haul Dispatch.
Phone Main 5260
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YOUNG MBNB CHRIBTIXN ASSOCIATION.
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FOUND 1 chain, 1 bundle, 1 knife, 6 urn
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DY WHITE WOMAN with one child of 10,
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SITUATION aa housekeeper for refined
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WANTED reeltlon aa nurse, for child,, by
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WANTED rooma to paper: tlrst-claaa work.
It. W. SHED. 411 O at. N. W
Mala and Female.
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THE PRILL.KRY. 1100 N. Y. ave.
LANTERN SLIDE and transparency tinting
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OIRLS Bright, neat, II to 12 years of age,
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GIRL Reliable, for general housework, -with
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GIRL Neat, about 14. to assist In parlor
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Addreas BOX 120, Tlmea office. .
SKIRT MAKER-Flrst class.
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TAILORESS Girl, to learn to operate on
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APPiy MANHATTAN LUNCH, 116 Ith at.
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WAIST HANDS! 'alia an apprentice girl.
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WHITE OIRL-To do light housework and
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WANTED-Lsdy In your locality to sell fa
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YOUNO LADY for confectionery store.
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ABSI8TANT EXAMINERS wanted In the
U. B. Patent Office; entrance salary, 11,500.
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DOTH Three stout boys to help a tinner. Ap
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BOY To work In grocery and attend horses.
PORTON'S, ISth and Md. ave. N. E. ..
BOY about II yeara old, to work about
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DOT White, to run errands and learn plats
printing. 741 ltlh at. ..
BOY to serve papers. 7:10 to I a, m.
Ill La. ave. N. W.
DOT, about 12 to 11 yeara old, for position
In book atore; salary II a week to itart.
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CAll.tKT MAKERS Wanted ten good cab-
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CORNICE HANDS, galvanised Iron; two. Ill
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COLORED APPRENTICES Three, to assist
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MAN Reliable In grocery store. Apply J. T.
D. PYLEB, 412 4th St. .S. B.
MAN to drive laundry wogan; cash deposit
required. 2117 llth et, N. W.
MEN to find our advertisement in this paper
under WANTED AOENT8.
JOHN WEDDERBURN CO., Ill F at, N. W.
MACHINIST Good, all-around.
O. BOX M4. Wash., D. C.
MEATCUTTER and grocery clerk; flrst-clasa
APPly CJIAIIL.EH CUL.VIN A CO.. 2740 14th
St. N. W.
OFFICE ROY White.
Annlv Monday morn
FISHER'tf AQENCY, 412 10th at. nw.
. ONE MAN, AT ONCE,
To learn th. auto bualneaa. Excellent op
portunity for the right man.
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
tth and O ill. N. W. Open till p. m.
PAPERHANOBltS Tbre.. Apply on Job to
MR. F. L. WILSON, Wth and O ata. N. W.
PAPERIIANaER-JOHN T. S1IEID, 622 7lh
si g. W. Phone M. 4877. 1
PAl'ERHANOERS Three, and two painters.
Apply 2124 Georgia ate.
SALESMAN On. experienced commercial
truck, on commission. Address BOX 122,
START a home business that will bring you
llOO monthly. I made 12,600 first year with
same business; spare time; no canvassing; I
will shoaw you how; Instructive book free.
VOORH1BH, Peak K, Omaha, Nebr
STOVE REPAIRMAN Experienced; colored.
Bteady poeltlon. MAYER A CO., Ill 7th
St. N. W.
TAILORS Thoroughly xperlencl, on wont-
an'a coata. Apply
JULIUS QARFINKLE CO., llth and F sts.
TINNER AND 8TOVE REPAIR WORKER
for work In the country. Call 1951 4th at,
N. E. a
TIN ROOFERS Two, good. Apply 1124 llth
at. N. W.
B. MOSES A SONS.
USE YOUR apare time to build up a mall
order business of your own; w. help yoa
stsrt for a share In profits; 27 opportunities!
particulars free. MUTUAL OPPORTUNI
TIES EXCHANGE. Buffalo. N. T.
WANTED Ambitious young men to becoms
traveling salesmen, and earn while they
team. Write for particulars. BRADSTREET
Bioiftu, i.ucnesier. si. y.
WANTED Reliable men to sell Ch.vy Chas.
R.al Estate. Easy payments. Automobile
furnished to show the property. Thoraugh
schooling free. If Inexperienced. Rapid pro.
motion to producers. Learn the business of
wonderful poealbllltles. Wit 1L RITCHIE.
Mgr.. Colorado Bldg.
WANTED All around handy man with tools,
vM ttUBf l p. m., KS u St. Pt, &. - i
WINDOW CLEANERS-White, honest; 12.23
per aay. til loth st. N. W., Id floor,
Room 8. , e
120 WEEKLY for taking orders for cut rats
groceries; outfit free: sugar 4 cents: every
thing cut rates; experience unnecessary.
Stand. Mercantile Co., E. Ith at., Cleveland, O,
WHITE HOYS for shop work,
ton pi. N. E.
YOUNG MAN Bright, active. II years of
sge, ss stock clerk for men's fur. depart
ment. Apply to II. W. SCHAUB. with OOL
DENBERO. 7th and K sts. N. W.
WORK FOR YOURSELF-Make C0 to 175
every week: Weaver of Oregon sold 40 In
one day profit in. Lowry reports "Why I
actually believe I could sell this article blind
folded and with a gag In my mouth." Ex
perience unnecessary selling the self-wringing
mpp; 160 per cent profit, sample free with
first order. U. S. MOP COMPANY, 1681 Selss
Bldg, Toledo. Ohio.
AGENTS Just coin money selling New Im
proved Hosiery direct from mill with our
big advertising offer. You can make 25
dally: everybody buys; credit; samples In
leatherette case free. NEW IMPROVED
KNITTING MILLS. Chicago.
BTART In business, I started as agent: am
now a big manufacturer; I'll start you; men
of ability wanted to open branch offices, so.
licit business and employ aubasents: no
money needed; write today. C. E. Swarts-
I sauf t Co., BOX 20, Toledo. Oble,
A GALLON OF
GORDON OIN, no PEIl BOTTLE.
DUFFT'S MALT, 70c,
BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH, 11.10.
PROVIDED TOU CUT OUT THIS "AD,"
Whenever your purchaaeo amount
to 11.00 wa give your ABSOLUTELY
FREE a FULL qt. of belt whisky,
value 11.21. Prompt and polite service.
Lady clerks. Batlafactlon guaranteed.
or money refunded,
ONLY PURE FOOD OO0D8 BOLD.
PRESENT TO EACH LADY CUSTOMER.
The JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.,
PHONE MM. 114-111 T at. N. W.
A LARdE well known , company about to
spend I100.0M on a tremendous advertising
campaign, requires the services of a bright
man or woman in each town ana city. The
work Is eaiy, pleasant and highly reapecta-
pie, and no previoua experience la necea-
ary. Wa will pay a good salary and offer
an unusual opportunity for advancement to
the person who can furnish good references.
in addition to iota salary we oner a Max
well Automobile, a Ford Automobile and
ever 12.000 In prises to the representatives do
ing the beat wora up to uccemocr si. in
rour letter give ago end references. Ad.
IRA B. RODINSON, Advertising Manager.
f!7l Beverly at.. Boaton. Mass.
AtlENTk We want an honest man or woman
Immediately In every town and will make
a salary contract guaranteeing 12 per day
or 200 per spare hour to do easy, pleasant
adertlslng work no eiperlence necessary;
on salea we pay 40 extra commliilon, give
credit and ehare our proflta; experienced can-
aasere maaing o 10 iv uaur uiuuv. ,,,ht
quick. BEST MANUFACTURING CO., 101
Broad at.. Providence. R. I.
AOENTS make M0 proat selling "novelty
sign cards;" merchant buy 10 to 100 on
eight; 100 varieties; catalogue tree. SULLI
VAN CO., 1231 Van Buren St., Chicago, III.
ADVERTISINO calendar and fan aalesmaa
wanted to repreeent ua exclusively: largeat
line Imported and domestic art calendars ever
ahown; prlcee that meet all competition! ex
perienced men write for particulate. MAN
HATTAN ADVERTISINO SPECIALTIES
CO., New York.
GAS JET HEATERS, men and women get
busy, high cost of coal creates great de.
mand; sample outfit supplied: dally profit II
upwara. bkisu iaj.. n lieaae at., now xorx.
AOENT8 getting rich selling wonderful
luminous crucifix; gives out light all night
In darkest room; big profits; free particulars.
Catholic Importing Co.. Kl. Chicago
USE your epare time to build up mall order
business of your own; wo help you atari tor
a ahare In profits; 27 opporlunltlee; partlcu
lara free. Mutual Opportunities Exchange,
Buffalo. N. Y. ' V
ANSWER THIS Best aide Una yet! new:
pays all expenses; 14 per order: two to four
orders a day eure; pocket aample.
TEMnY JEWELRY CO.,
10O5 B. Michigan ae.. Chicago.
AOENTB Best selling household article;
large demand: success sssured; 100 com
mission; send for sample at once. MEYERS
A KR18E. Perry, Pa,
CAPABLE gpcl&Hr &) mnAer or ulta
mn to fir, sell then organize aelllnc force;
new and wonderful rerliter ayitem; atoM
evils of credit living; endorsed br both
wholesale and retail merchants; real ale'
men now earning $500 per month; bond re
quired. The Ingle Py-tem Co., Uayten, Ohio.
WANTED Three salesmen; permanent por
tion ana territory; nigniy aavenisea sys
tem to retail stores; want $1800 to 13.600 men;
references and fidelity bond required. M.
BOX 139, Chicago, 111.
8AU28MEN wanted: no experience nqulred;
earn while learning; write today for list
of hundreds of positions now open paying
11.000 to 15,000 a year. Addreaa nearest office,
Dept. 122, National Salesmen's Training Aa
aoclatlon, Chicago. New York. Kansas City,
Seattle. New Orleans. Toronto.
WANTED Salesmen for 1913 for strong tins
or calendars, combination bank and check
hooka, leather goods and advertising novel
ties. BANKER8 SUPPLY CO., Iowa City,
CAPABLE salesman to cover Virginia with
staple line; high commlaalon; ItOO monthly
advance and permanent position to right
man. JESS H. SMITH CO., Detroit. Mich.
FREE to adertlsers; a book to keep your
records; If you are looking for results use
classified eectlon Boyc.'a Weeklies. Writs
using letterhead Record Book, Dept. 10, tOS
Dearborn ave., Chicago.
WANTED High class experienced lubricat
ing oil, grease and specialty salesman by
largest refiner; beat salary and expenses
paid; give experience and several references
first letter. BOX 171. Times office.
FOR RENT ROOMS
12TH ST. N. W., 112 Largs newly papered
rooms, running water; suitable for dentist;
alao 2 communicating; two hall rooms, IS per
month. L. H. K. Call after 6 or Sunday.
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1209-Opposlte Raleigh
Hotel, low rates to permanent; fine loca
tion for Government employes; strictly mod
ern. THE SEVILLE, APT. 12 Unfurnished room,
first floor, private entrance, bath, phone.
N. J. AVE.. N. W. 706 Two second story
front rooms, furnished for housekeeping or
otherwise; private family.
10TH 8T. N. W., 1207 Two handsomely fur
nished second floor front rooms, nsr bath;
one with alcovs: well appointed house.
II BT. N. W., 112-Furntshed rooms, second
floor; rent reasonable.
BTE ST. N. W., 110 Nicely furnished room,
suitable for 1 er 2 gentlemen; board naar
by. N ST. N. W., 1114 Three beautifully llght
ed rooms; restful homo; IIP to 120,
EYE ST. N. W SOSSecond nv
housekeeping; room: I2jft .
3D ST. N. W., 421 Prlvki. -..i. of I Urge
rooms and bath, 1st and 2d floor, 20 each;
baaement, 2 large rooms, dry and cheerful,
114: bachelor apt., .
ITII BT. N. W.. 1211 Two furnlshd rooms.
light housekeeping; beat, gas.
N. Y. AVE. N. W.. 129 Two rooma,
second floor; one third floor.
II ET. N. W., II Furnished front room, heat
and gas; convenient to bath; private fam
ily: genllem.n. Line. 1604. ..
6TII BT. N. W., 609Nlcely furnished frbnt
rooms, all conveniences; light hou.exe.plng.
D ST. N. W., 205 One second-story front
and on. front and back third floor, fur
nished. F ST. N. W., 204-Three rooms, 2d floor
front, fur. complete for housekeeping.
1ST ST. N. W., 205-2d story front and ad
Joining rooms, complete for housekeeping:
gas range, refrigerator.
N BT. N. W.. 1212 Two beautiful second
story rooms nicely furnished, with small
family: convenient two car lines! rent rea
1ST ST. N. W 227-Two nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping; heat and gas. 1
1ST ST. N. W., 717 Two rooms comfortably
furbished for 1. h. k. !
N ST N. W., 1205-Newly furnished rooms,
front and back; with or without board.
a ST. N. W., 406-Front and back parlor
and other rooms, with or wlthsut house
keeping. EYE ST. N. W., 627 Two communicating
rooms. 1. h. k.
II ST. N. W, lOJ-Becond floor rooms with
bath, with or without housekeeping.
ITH BT, N. W 1100-Nlcely furnished
rooms; newly papered; all conveniences;
gentlemsn preferred ; price reasonable.
6T1I ST. N. W 712-Large comfortable
room: aecnnd floor.
II ST. N. W.. 607 Two nice clean rooms,
2d floor: open on porch; good board. ..
NORTH CAPITOL ST., 220-Flne furnished
rooms and rooms for light housekeeping.
ITH ST. N. E.. 122 Three handsomely com
pletely furnlahed rooms; 1. h. k.; hot
water heat; owner. 1
ID ST. N. W., 604 On. large front room
with kitchenette; completely furnlshd for
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PAIUC LANE, VA.-Three .bright roema In
suburb 00 Old Dominion line. 1-4 mlles-from
city. One fare to any part of city? II. Jr. A.
F ST. N, W., 221-2 large light rooms, seo
ond floor, next bath: also 1 third. Door
front. L. It. K.
YOU-ST. N. W 1M0-1 rooms. Id Boer, hot-
water neat, gu, pnone, reasonable. ..
D ST. 8. W..' 1HJ-Flat of I rooms en first
or second floor, with gas and bath, fio;
reference exchanged. L. 11. K.
10TII ST. N. W., llU-Two unfurnished
rooms, second floor front, heat and gas.
11TII IT. N. W., U-Communlcatlng rooms.
nes gas, noi waxar, nooaeKoeping. '
H. I. AVE. N. W 1201-Two second floor
roome, alcove, neat, gee, path; southern
capoouroi prlvata family. e
10T1I ST. N. W., USS-Large, bright, un
furnished rooms! heat and gas: private
B. CAP. ST., lis Three housekeeping rooms.
bath, range, near Capitol, 2 car lines; 111.
D ST. N. E., ISO Three or four unfurnished
rooms, second floor, I. b. k., heat snd
UA. AVE, 2474 (near N street)- rooms, yard
and porch. 110. ..
E ST. N. W 112-1 large rooms for rant. ..
7TII ST. N. W 107-FIat of three rooms, un
furnished; 111 per month.
E., 70-Elght rooms and bath.
mi ST. S. E., til Three rooms, bath, gsj
light housekeeping! very desirable. 1
OEOROIA AVE. N. W., Ii:Thre larr
rooms; bath; separate entrance S10 pr
month to desirable tenant. 1
BT. 8. B,, 03 Two large unfunilthed
iiwim i?r i. p. .; reuonaDie. .,
N. w.i liU Three unfurnished
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished and Unfurnished
EYE ST N. W., 2021-Brlght snd attractive
flrat and second floor rooms furnished r
ROOMS AND BOARD
FOR RENT With or without board, cteaut
comfortable room In apartment with young
couple, near Washington Circle. BOX K, '
KALORAMA ROAD, N. W lm-Rooms ana
board: prices reasonable: beat servlo.;
finest location. Phone North 7317.
L, BT. N. W., o-Nloe front
board; southern exposure.
2ND 8T. N. E., 725 Two communicating
rooms; gentleman preferred; very nice table.
IRD ST. N. W 242-Room and board, IS per
YOUNO MAN would like to have suppers
with private Hebrew family! state partlcu
lars. Address BOX 114. Tlmea offioe.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS,
EXTRAORDINARY BAROAIN8 IN HIGH
GRADE UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Stleft Upright .a 1273
Knabe Upright 1171
Chlckerlng Upright t.tllO
Kimball Upright I12S
Sohmer Upright 1173
Strlnway Upright 1171
Easy terms of payment.
O. J. DeMOU, & CO..
Cor. 12th and G sts.
FOR SALE New chairs (I cents, regular
price 11.26; new kitchen tables 98 cents,
regular price ll.2St n.w .t.l dpon .Ida
couche 1.98, regular prtc 12,60. Save
Buy at HOPWOOD'S.
Lawrence's Piano Bargains.
1200 USED UPRIGHT, Hi.
GOOD SQUARES. 15. OnriANH IS.
03 GRANT PLACE, NEAR ITH. MAIN4I4S.
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES, til ta SU,
Cash. 110 to 141, II weekly payments. 20 to
Its, with liberal allowance for old Machine
and terms to suit. Slightly used machines,
all makes, 13 to 110. Fre. eatlmaU on re
pairs for all makes of machlnea.
112 TH ST. N. W. PHONE M. tta.
MOVING SALE BAROAIN8.
Handsome UDriaht. aa ttoo: now ino
Elegant Upright, waa 1376: now 1175
Upright Grand, was 1271; now mo
Fine Upright, was 1260; now 150
Mahogany Upright, waa 1250; now.. . .1140
uanogany upright, waa 1360; now . .. .1125
Mahogany Upright, was 1400; now ill".
Fine Square Piano., tso. Mo and M0
Q RIMES PIANO STORES, 1212 F St.
TO QUICK PURCHASER will sell lery ele
gant black fur est for 116; latest model:
ab.olut.ly n.w. BOX lit. Times office. !
60 BED SPRINGS tn.w). special price tl.&S
. 01. yieJ . f Wnd ; 12.86 for the V. 11.65 for
the ti.60 kind. Save money. Buy at
HOPWOOD'S. Ith and K. -
POOL TABLES. 1HU ft.. I, 176 each: all
for 1200; good condition. BOX 113, Times
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
AT HALF PRICE.
E. P. TAYLOR, 709 G St N. W.
WHEN 8ELUNG your household goods con
sult THE SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE
CO.. 601 Ey. st. N. W. 1-
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
146 Drop Leaf Singer 112 50
1111 Drop Head singer..., 12000
140 Wheeler and Wilson jio.oo
New Sawing Machines, II down and 6O0
, Cloning. 60c Opn evenings.
II. R. GIVEN. 126 Pa. ave. B. E. Pnone
FOR BALD-60 stoves, new and slightly ued,
all kinds. Savs money.
Buy at HOPWOOD'S,
sin ana n.
FOR SALE Beautiful new black fur set In
perfect condition and guaranteed, lis (half
value). I will show tbem to you or you can
see them at mv home. rtnY in Tim..
GOOD BUTTERMILK Sc GLASS
Net sour milk kind. 1M Center Market.
BE SURE OF THE RIGHT PLACE IOC
JOHN R. HOPKINS. STAND L&O
FURNITURE of every description. Buy
through us and save one-third your money.
Call and let ua explain our great saving way.
FACTORY TO HOMB ORDER CO..
1114 O STREET N. W.
BEST DUSTLE8S Floor Oil. 26a par t.
Yale and other keys duplicated, 20a each.
ENTERPRISE HARDWARE CO..
Phone Main 6061. S27 ttb St. N. W.
FOR SALE-Furnlture, new and slightly
used: the best place In the city to buy fur
niture. Save money.
Buy at HOPWOOD'S,
Ith and K.
FIFTY PIANOS FOR RENT
$2, $3, $4 AND $5 MONTH.
Plaer llanos For Rent at ltrasonabl. Rates.
F. Q. SMITH PIANO CO . 1217 F ST.
LATEST designs of wall paper; work guar-
ranteed; reasonable priors. IMPERIAL
WALL TAPER CO., 417 O N. W. Th. M.7304.
PAPERHANOINO. 20 less than' other Arms.
Phone Line. 2221. or drop postal for .111.
mate. CHAS. It. IIYSAN xM E. Cap. su
ALBERT KAHLERT & CO.,
Improved Steam Carpet Cleaners.
161 Maryland ae. a. W. Phone Main 20J
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
CANARIES. PARROTS, DOOS. RAIHI1TS,
OUINEA PIGS. GOLDFISH. SCHMIU'S
BIRD STORE, Til 12U St. N. W. f