Silently she ran, snatched the dumb messenger, and drew down the window-shade.
The window-shade of the crib from which he had come went up as I moved by.
I slid up the window-shade and sat blinking at a flood of sunshine.
His window-shade rattled so loudly that he could not believe it was simply that.
That the man whose shadow was projected upon the window-shade was Rankin Hallock, he could not doubt.
She raised the window-shade slightly and sat down upon the bed.
Looking across as the last note died away, she thought he was asleep, and rose to draw down the window-shade.
“I can do nothing with him,” said Smith, drawing down a window-shade before he seated himself to detail his talk with Sinclair.
Almost at the flute's first note the image on the window-shade started and hearkened.
To get up on a ladder and tie on the cord which the chambermaid has torn from the window-shade.