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, .Oldest DaUj *fewppaper, in the ? United States land' Best Advertis ing Medium in Northern Virginia. i f ? *!! 1 ?" >' ? \ VOT, CXXXIV? No. 285 ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918. PRICE, ONE CENT. ?iSajiiilo;) i" ' \ For Ihis section?Partly ti?niffi?t. " Tomorrow fair, change in teflpfraturf. CITY NEWS IN BiilEf In the circuit court for this citj Mary Lane was appointed adminis /tratrix of the estate of Mattie Lewis The Allison W. C. T.,U? will hold a meeting: at 7:45 o'clock tonight * with Mrs.'Robert Lucas, South Fair fax street. The annual meeting of the Red * Cross will be held at 8 o'clock tonight in the rooms of that organization in the Chamber of Commerce. Potomac Lodge of Odd Fellows Fri day night will confer the three de grees of the order on a class of candi dates for R. E. Lee Lodge, of Dum fries, Va. A meeting of the manufacturers and jCabers' bureau of the Chamber of Commerce will be held at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in the rooms , of that organization. A called meeting of the boana of' a'dermen will be held at 8 o'elock to morrow night when several apppro priations already passed by the com mon council will be acted on by that body. Benjamin F. Roberts, of Co., M., 3Sth Infantry, has been slightly wounded in action in France, accord irg to word receved by his mother Mrs; E. J. Roberts, of Alexandria county. The regular meeting; of ' h ? Wo-i mans' Benevolent Association of the! Maccabees will be held tomorrow. As tho election of officers for tiin year takes place at this meeting: a full at tendance is reouested. In the Corporation Court today a final decree fcr divorce on the', ground of desertion was given in?the case <>f Blanche M. Austin .Jarboe from Heurv Jaiboc and the wife was awarded frie custody of an infant child/" Austin John Jarboe. W. T. Mulligan, the Gideon of Parkersburg, W. Va., told the story of his wonderful conversion at the Solvation Army meeting held yester day. Mr. Mulligan, will 'be here until after the Christmas holidays and will conduct revival services. Raymond A. Sutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sutton, of 10fi Prince street, who is a member of the SlSt-h Regiment, now in France, was severely .wounded whi'e in ac tion several weeks ago according to word just received bv his father. The Laymen's League and Bible Class of St. Paul's P. E. Church has elected ths following officers to serve for the year: Dr. George T. Klip stein. president: Urban S. Lambert, < class leader; C. Philip Heishley, sec retary; C. Page Waller, treasurer. R. M. Chichester, of this city, who for the last three months has been in training m the remount services at Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla., and who recently was commissioned first lieutenant, has been mustered out of service and returned to his home here. The funeral of John P. Welch, two years old, son of Mr. and M^s. John P. Welch, Bangor, Maine, who died in that city last Thursday, took place at 4 o'clock yesterday after noon from Wheatley's mortuary chapel, Rev. Edgar Carpenter, rector of Graco Episcopal Church, officia ting.. NOTICE The annual meeting of the Alex andria Chapter of the Red Cross wii*. be he'd Monday night in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce when ofivers will ho chosen as an execu tive committee appointed. By htff v. ill be adopted at this meeting whi'/r .were submitted by Potomac Pivisior of the American Red Cross. Mrs. J. Y. Williams, Secretary Sanitary Fish Market will have or? s.-'lc tomorrow and balance of week Potomac bass, sturgeon, Spanish mackerel large and- medium white perch, winter shad, lake trout, select Norfolk oysters and Potomac river oysters, 10 cents quart. City Market. Phony 735. 2Su-2t. HOLD LODGEOFSORROW Alexandria Lodge of Elks Pays Tri bute to Its Dead?Addresses by J. L. Ward, Washington; Jacob Brill And Rev. Edgar Carpenter. Annual memorial services for its dead were held last night by Alexan dria Lodge N?. 758, Benevo'ent and Protective Order of Elks in its home. Owing to the limited seating capacity of its present quarters only members of the order attended. The exercises were presided over by A. A. Paul, exalted ruler, and ihe ritualistic work was conducted by the exalted ruler and officers. Ad dresses tvere made by John L. Ward, oast district deputy of Washington, who also read President Harper's address which was delivered 'at the national convent-ion at Atlantic City; Taco-b' Brill, past exalted ruler of the local Jodge am! Rev. Edgar Car oenter, chaplain of the local lodge. V letter from James W. Bales, past; -xalted ruler of the lodge, was read \v W. H. P. Kelly, oast exalted11 I U1UI . During the past year one member >f this lodge was called by death. Since the institution of the lodge n 1902 a tola1 of forty-seven mem 5ers have died. The present handsome home of tni. od^e is now used by the War Camp Community Scrvice Glub for the soldiers, hcnce it was decided to hrld he excrcises in the old quarters at he southeast corner of R'oy?l and Prince streets. V"031 EN WITH PAIXTEI) FACES. ? ViicewoKien Will He Placed at R'.i! road Stations to Keep Oui Undesirables. Newark N. J., Dec. 2.??Ju;i how hick a layer of p.iinf or powder, or oth- on a woman's face marks the :ne between respe-tability and unde jrability from a city's star.dp.Vi t? This question is to be left to tbo-in lividual determination to Newark's >o!icewomen, it was declarai by In pector Corbally at police hencnuar srs. The policewomen wil. be s*a :oned at railroad stations. Women .?hose faces are shellacked will be .alted ere ever they pass out .the s'.a ion doors and the policewoman will lecide whether their facial adorn nents constitute an outrage upon Newark's modest sense of propriety "W'-men having too mu.- i pair.l .r.d powder will not be allowe.i ??? t ? e- ''"e city until it is taker* on." -Jc ?hired Inspector Corbally. TIIROWX OUT OF JOBS Proclamation Closing Up Plants Forcts Many to Seek Other Employment. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 2.?Approxi mately 25,000 brewery workers of the Middle West will be seeking: other em ployment as a result of breweries ?losing in compliance with the Presi dent's proclamation prohibiting the l.anufaeture of beer after December 1. In the big brewery centers?Mil waukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati rd Ka.isas City?hope is entertained tr.at eventually the government's orrlci ?vill be modified so as to permit the resumption of brewing ,at least on limited .scale. For that reason ''most ox the breweries are keeping theii working forces intact for the present St. Louis report;; 10.000 men thrown out of work, Chicago 7,500, Cincin nati, 2,500 and Milwaukee, from 1,500 to 2,000. Chicago brewers have made an agreement with the Brewery Work ers' Un:on whereby tHe men will bt laid off in squads a week at a time, these squads being rotated so that; pending final decision on the fate of beer, the working force will not be ertirely disorganized. Beer in storage in the four Middle V.T/est cities ' will supply the demand for three tc four months. HERE'S YOUR CHANCE The Alexandria Amusement Com pany announces that but one name from each person will be considered in connection with the offer of $25 l'or the most appropriate and attrac tive name for the new moving picturc theatre now in course of construction on the site of the old Surprise Ther. tre. vSuggestions may be left 31 fhe box office of the Richmond Theatre or at the office cf the Ale'jtendrir Amusement Company. 812 King street. GOULD WINS SKIRMISH j French Court Declares Void Attach ment Held on Household Goods, i Paris, Dec. 2.?Frank Gould hh won the iirst skirmish in the legks" battle against his. wife arising frop the mutual suits for divorce and Mtj.-. Gould's claim to a considerable j-.ap of the Gould estate hefe. The courr. '.as declared void .V;y Gould's I'.iJ.cbi'-ent of the house\i 1 goods iYi the country estate outside <f Paris owing to faulty technical proce dure in the attachment hearings Gcul l is ag'un mas>- ;n his house. -As th2 next step, the court is cj pected to rule an obligatory attemm :.t conciliation, which, it is general'}. ~r.der.si cod. is doomed to failure. Thoj' ibe double divorce suit will be placed in the docket for pleading, afte ? which tho trial before a udge involv ?ne 'n^slly qi estior.?s ot law concc"; ii:g the community of property, will begin. Mrs. Gould claims suti community, ?vhile Gould denies she is enti lo the share she claims of the COO,000 estate. i.on<j litigation is ar.-j ticipated over the battle for the prop i TRAIN WRECKS HOME Three Are Dead And Four in Hos pital Result of Unique Accident. Maryville, Term., Dec. 2.?Three persons are dead and four others arc in the hosp ta1 at Alcca. near here fn'icusly injured following the fl i.urh * of a logging train down the mount-air -ICi-tS near Siick Rock early Friday, cnd.ng rnly when :t crashed into the :omi* cr Bunt Sloane. The brakes of the train are said tx Iviv'o failed to work. Members of th< ercw jumped, and none were injured Bunt Sloane. his fifteen-yea r-olc' laughter and Mrs. Rc bert Browi were instantly- killed, while two mor< if Slcane's children, Robert Browr. ind Mrs. Sloane were injured by the crash. FOUR NEGRO HOUSEBREAKERS ESCAPE FROM LORTOX JAIL Four r.egrres escaped from the. reformatory at Lorton, Va., at 7 ;>'clock last night and have not beer ;een since. They are William Shipley, 22 years :f age. serving a two year sentence, 'Terry Robbing, 18 years of age. ;ewirig a fiva-ycar sentence; William Watkir.s, 18'years of age, serving a r.ve-year ontence, also, and Sam iV.nir, 32 years of age. serving a ? . D and a half year .-sentence. All ne escaped men have been charged ?*:th housebreaking. RED FLAG FLIES IX LONDON British Labor Adopts Pacific A nr. Bolshevik Platform. London, Dec. 2.?The British La bo: ,:arry held a big meeting at Albert Mali Saturday night to discuss laboi T.ie.'tions and the League of Na tions. The "Red F'ag" was sung i:id revolutionary sentiments were expressed. A large proportion of the singers were Russians from the* Easi End. Resolutions were adopted at th< meeting demanding the immediate release of all political prisoners am .-.iliing the attention of President Wilson t? the "urgent need of jus tice" in the case of Thomas J. Mooney, the labor leader at San Francisco. Another resolution adopted demand cd the creation of a democratic league of peoples based on the abolition of conscription, disarmament, self de termination of a1.1 peoples, includin-j Ireland and other subject peoples ir the British Empire; the withdraws of^1 the Allied armies from Russia the immediate restoration of th< Workers, International and the ir. elusion of an international ,Jabo charter in the peace terms. James Ramsey MacDonald. forme chairman of the Labor opaity. am Mrs. Philip Sncwden. a woman suf frage advocate, were the principa speakers. I; was announced at the meetin that- 100.000 pounds had been re ceived for the establishment.of daily labor paper. EFFICIENCY IN PRINTING enables i/:e to produce "the highc: grade of printing" in the quickest r.;^ sible time- at prices consistent wit good work and quick service. Send n that "ru-h order." J HARRY W. WADE 313 King Street. Phone ?0 ROLES ARE REVOKED Dealers in Sugar From Now on May Secure a Thirty Days' Supply? Customers to be Held to a Four Pound Per Person Basis. The certificate plan of sugar dis tribution has been revoked effective December 1. From now ?*<'*> dealers m sugar will j )c able to sei'iire a thirty days' sup- j ?>ly without famishing certificates of j sale. They are, however, to hold j heir customers IV a four pound per j nerson basis amP not to exceed a, orofit' of one cent per pound on sale.', j The dealers are to take receipts j 'rom customers and reports are to be i ?nade to the local food administration i I n the rooms of the Chamber of Com- j nerce, J. T. Preston, secretary. These j epovts must be made the first- and j ifieenth of each month . OCCUPY PRUSSIAN.CITY Jertnan Frontier Crossed Behind En emy Rear Guard And<l'reves Entered. American troops crossed the fron ier into Prussia at daylight yester ay behind the German rear guards, 'reves is the most important city hus far occupied. American troops re patrol'ing scares of villages, io\vever. General Pershing is in the immedi te vicinity to observe the operations, lis advance headquarters will be es iblished at Treves, where Gen. Pros-, <n Brown will be military governor nd General Harry A. Smith in 'harge of civil affairs. The advance today averaged 12 niles. Troves is situated on the light tank of the Moselle river, 57 miles outhwest of Coblenz. It is perhaps he oldest town in Germany and is ich in Roman relics. Among the j nain objects of interest in the town j re the Cathedral, which is one of he oldest in Germany, and the Prc incial Museum, with a fine collection f antiquities. . London. Dec. 2.?General Plismer's uvanced troops yesterday crossed he German frontier between Beho nd Eupen and advanved toward the j thine, the War Office announces last light. By evening the troops had! cached the general line of Ilurg, j !nml. Rullinsrcn and Montioie. SNOW IN CHARLOTTE '?'irst Day of December Marked b\ Fall That Reaches Depth of Two Inches. Charlotte, N. C., Dec. 2.?The first r.ow of the season here began falling r.ily last night and continued brisiily or mor.1 than two hours, covering oof-; with a blanket of white. Owing i rain during the day, the snow did ot lie on the streets. SITTER WEDNESDAY NT .'J HI' 'ible Class of St. Paul's Church I'lans Interesting Event in Parish Hall The annual supper of the Laymen's ,eague and Bible Class of St. Paul's \ E. Church will be held at 8 o'clock Vednesday night in the parish hall ?f that church. Among the visitors vho will attend will be a number of he chaplains now stationed at Camp Humphreys. A number of interesting papers .vill be read as follows: "Judas Mac ?.nbeaus, the Restoration of the Jcw .sh Commonwealth." by Wilmer J. A'ailer; "St. Paul, the Spread of ."nristianity," by Eugene B. TaVlor: 'Constantine. Christianity in Power," ?>v E. C. Dunn; "Ambrose. Episcopal Authority," Urban S. Lambert. GRAND THEATRE In "By" Proxy,' Roy Stewart's new ?st Triangle western, to be shown at ?he Grand Theatre tomonow night Roy is called upon to effect a mar riage between Aleck, a bashful cow toy en his ranch, ?i:d Lindy, the iady if AleVk's dreams. Rov brings the wong girl, and a Chinese chef cooks jp a mess of hilarious complications, out it is all straightened Out tr Cupid's satisfaction. Maud \Vayne, ?ho starred recently with William Pesmond in "Clo-in" Tn" is Mr. St<rw "rt's leading lady in this picture. There will also be a Key.-ton* comedy. Thursday and Friday, com mencing each day at 2 o'clock, thai Sterling old melodrama, "The Stil Alarm," will be shown at the Grand ADDRESSES CONGRESS President Expresses Hope for its Co operation and That < of Public? j Principles Accepted Made Trip Es 1 sential?Says Congress Will Know. | President Wilson, prior to his de nurture for France, addressed a joint jr.ieetintf tf the House and Senate at i 1 o'clock today in the hall of the S House * delivering in person is an nnual message to Congress upon the assembling of the last session of the ' "th Congress. 6 When the House met at: noon and was called to order By Speaker Clark the roll was called and 354 members answered to their names. The Speaker 1 announcei that a quorum was present j and upon motion of Majority Leader Kitchin the resolution was adopte 1 rnder wlr.c'h Messrs. Kitchin, Sherley i nd Mann were appointed a commit tee to notify the President of the United States that the House' was ready to receive any communication j had to -nake. Mr Kitchin then offered a res ok t\c-n providing that the House take ; recess until 1 o'clock to meet in jc' session with the Senate and receiv a message from the President of th United States. T'ie House then took rices suntil 1 o'clock. President Wilson formally announc ?.l his intention to jro to Paris for 'i e peace conference, saying the allied Z ?vernments have accepted principles nunciated by hi:n for peace and it is his pa -amount duty to be present. The President said he will he in c'osc touch by cable and wireless an : that Congress will know all that hi d:ies on 'no other side. He exnressed the Jiope that he v. ould have the co-operation of the public and of Congress, saying througl tiie cables and wireless constant counsel and advice would be possible Referring to his announcement that the French and British ^ovem inents had rem: veil all-cable restric tions upon the transmission of news of the conference to America, the Presi dent said he had taken over the Amer ican cable systems on expert advi:-e. sn as to make a unified system avail able. The President devoted the greater part of his address to a discission of the war and its results and to domes tic and economic problems concerning Ihis country. He dealt w ith conser vation. shipping1, taxation and mil road:-. together with oter less exige.it "j be jets. On the railroad problem the President said he had no solution to offer, but he urged careful study by Congress. ( The President declared he stood ready to release the railroads from government control wchnever a sni. isfartory plan of readjustment c nild 'ic worked out. No definite program of reconstruc tion can be outlined now. Mr. Wilson -aid. but as soon as the armistice wa* signed government control of busi ness and industry was released as far riS possible. He exprcsed the h:lpe that C:ngres would not. object to conferring upon the War Trade Board ' r some other agency the right of fix ing export priorities to assure ship ment of food to starving people ib read. .As to taxation, the President in dorsed the plan for levying $0,000. 000.000 in 1919, ar.d for notifying the public in advance that the 1920 levy will be ?4.000,000.000. SYNOD OF VIRGINIA The first meeting: of the annual ses sion of the Synod of Virginia will he held in Hari isonbunr tomorrow night at S o'clock, with Rev. F. T. Mc Faden. D. D.. pastor of the Firsr Presbyterian Church, presiding as moderator until the incoming modera tor has beer elecetd. Due to ill health. Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, pastor of Grace Covenant Church, of Richmond, will not be able to attend. He is the retiring n-oderator, and were he present would be the presiding officer of the opening meeting. Rev. Dr. John Lee Allison, of the Second Presbyterian Church, avill at tend. TO PAY STATE S10n.000.00 Richmond. Va., Doc. 2.:?Figures made public, by C. Lee ..Moore, State auditor, today show sufficient reve nue will be derived from taxpayers to taj%e. care oLthc largest budge in the history .of Virginia. CAPTURE NEGRO SLAYER Found in Wilmington After Long, 1I?v Chase Fro.n Virginia W''lmifjr oti Del.,! ])?:> 2.? 4Vavren, a n,torio .s u-gro wanted the police of Capo Chsrics, Va., on r I charge of having kif.oi a police ,l;-eant and fatally woinding rw: | colored seamen on Thanksgiving (day, was arrested here a=t night at t.v I Pennsylvania Raiirji! S.ation as ! 0 I was about to leave -or S- c'.v Hiil, Mi! The arrest was made while a po.- .-t of citizens, togeth".* with Sheriff (Kelly, of Cape Char'e-. detectives rr.c I bailors from the Cherrystone Nava." J Case, led by bloodhounds- were .?eo?ir iipg the o"tskirts of cape Charles ma 1 had believed th-.y had traced the j'ic'gro :o Exmore. 1 Warren, who was picked up on a I meagre description, the principal ide - |iification i-eing a yellow lead pen-'I j protruding from ar. upper pocket -i. hi.s coat, at first denied that he was the man wanted. He gave his name a. Thomas Cl.ion. Later he broke flow.? and admitted to Capt. Kelleher that hf. was tr a number of othe men about to be placed under arrest but denied that ! e did the shooting Warren shot and killed Police Se - geant James Taylor while the lattei was attempting to place him ?v.i< ethers under arrest for conducting : ?peak easy. James Nottingham an Artis Scott, colored seamen, who wen U? the defense of the police sergea were wounded an! the former diotf i:ist ni"-ht. Warren will be held hen waiting word from the Cape Chaiii n.thorjvics. PREPARE FOR X.MAS BASKET,' Salvation Army Also to Give Relief to Indigent This Winter. The Salvation Army is completing plans for its annual work cf loukhr after indigent persons during tlii Cbiistmas period. Shoitly this <?i r;-jn!::ntion will distribute envel-'p f.ir this work and also their winte; rclit*i' work. It is announced that in the present time twenty-five names h::v<? hees-. sent to this organizaticr for Christmas baskets, anil most of ?he persons for whom applicati n. !:ave been made are elderly and un ble to take care of themselves. The Salvation Army desires t tarnish clothes, shoes and stocking; j orphans. All are urged t-o make Ihcir contributions as generous a.* possible. IN MEMORIAM In ! !>u'r loving remembrance of i .!r dear mother, Nancy Sutton. wh< entered into heawniy rest 2J yonrs :.^o today. December 2, 18!?7. Oft we think of you dear mo'he". ?nd oisr hearts are said wit.: p:?!:*: All this world would be a Heivon. (' *'ld we hear your voice again. ? Jr.r.e freni earth, yes. gone forever, Tear din.med eye; shall look !n \a'n: t'.'e shall hear mother's voice no never. ' ever more on earth again. Called Irom this world for a pw:'.'jl rent, Called oy God who knoweth best, ^wi-^t in our memory she wll ahwy rem:'in i.'ntil in Heaven we meet ay in. By her devoted oaughters, M'\?. Gu. Robey and Mrs. Harry Lvlc-s, an ! Theo .Sutton. i i RICHMOND THEATRE Paulino Frederick, the famous err.0 'ional actress st:\rr>f in Paramours i'iitures, will be seen in her latest photoplay. "A Da1.7h.tcr of the Old South" at the Richrrond Theatre, t - rrcht. - This is a superb story of a Creole ';irl in the South whose love tale i;. fill-d with laughter and tears, Lu: which-, after many vcissitudes. ends happily for all concerned. Miss Fred ?rick has ^11 n.'mirable role which she iiand'.e? -vith exca'isite skill and h y uppr,rt is all that could be desired. Fnusmlly thrilling scenes accotnDi.ny the development of this remarkable story of I0V2 and nea: tragedy. Bray's Pictogra h will al.-o be s'a wt, NOTICE s t: ?I. JI .Hudson wishes to announce that.he.. is(:.'r. a position to do anj kind if .elcctricn! work. I have first 'lass '.;nion electricians with me Address J. if. Hudson, Braddock Va. . 280-Cft |0N TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE Wm. .Montague. Colored. Charged i With Murder of Irving Dudley, Col ored. Claims Self Defense?Case to go to Jury Late This Afternoon. ? William Montague, colored, was placed on trial for his life in the Corporation Court, today, Judge Louis C. Barley presiding, for the shooting and killing of Irving Dudley, colored, which occurred September 1*1. Considerable time was consumed in. obtaining a jury and it was neon be fore a jury was secured. Two of the veniremen called were excused be cause they were opposed to capital punishment. The accused took the stand in his own defense before the court to-k a recess for !unche;n early this after noon. His plea was that he killed Dudley ii. self defense believing Dud ley was about to kill him. The examination of witnesses for the defense was proceeded with when court reconvened at 2:M0 "'clock thi:? afternoon. It is expected that the case will iro tr, the jury about ?"> o'clock. The a rcused is represented by At torney William 1*. Wools and Com monwealth's Attorney Howard W. Smith is conducting 'h;> prosecution. The jury is composed of the fallow ing: R. Samuel I.'ickett, William I!. Davis. L. H. Dolan. William L. ''raven. George W. Uontz. Jr.. D. Ci. 'irillbortzer. Isaac Groves, Cleveland P.olton. Klmer 1. Alexander. M. I!. Jhiflett, Charles R. Humphries and "laienee F. Johnson. TESTAMENT SAVES LIFE .dward D. Farley Writes That Ger man liti I let Pierces Holy Hook. Richmond, Dec. ?How a Testa ncnt, which his mother had sent him vhiie in a cantonment here, saved his ito during a battle with the Germans c toll) by Edward D. Farley in a etter frcm France to his parents, Mr. ?tid Mrs. A. W. Farley, -11 East Eleventh Street. The letter, which /as wril.'.en November 2, reads as fol ows. "Our division has just been relieved Yf.'m th(r front line. We are a few ;? .Cs to the rear to rest and get new ?J'lvnc "All the boys are pretty well worn ut and ragged- some with their he! -H'ts shot full of holes and the straps from them. ? fionuymber the Testament you sent : ? ::t cc.mp. Well, we were trying : ,:!;c a German position a few days ?go under heavy ma.hine-gun fire an ' -he small pack which [ had got shot t # \ <p. The Testament being: ? in there, ot a buliet hole through i?' I shall i'way*T?ep it and if 1 am fortuuote ?nough to return home, and I; am ? ire J will. ! will bring it to you. "1 am sure you remember May w<rd SaUhfield. He was killed .ilutu: he fifth day we wore in the drive. ?lvich lusted twenty-one days. "The division that relieved ufl took hir.gs just where we left off and. kept , 'shiny i ght on." ?STOHM. SIGNALS HOISTED P<si ufbailee Off Northeast Florida Coast, Moving Northeast. Ex pected to Develop Gale. Washi.ipton, Dec. 2.?Storm warn ings are displayed on the Atlantic f'oast from Savannah to Delaware Breakwater, the Weather Hureau an nounced irst night. The disturbance i ? ofr ti.e Northeast Florida coast roving i'orthea-t with increasing northeas" to ea.-t winds whi -h will orobably develop info gales off *th Carolina and Virginia coasts. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy of relatives and friends ex pended during the illness and death of my beloved husband, Frank E. Heish jey.' and f'?r the beautiful floral trit> ii tes. Ky, his devoted wift. ?Potomac Fish Co.. will have for sale t -morrow and balance of week Span ish mackerel, spotted trout. Jersey t/Qut, wh'te lake trout- rock, white ?r.d yellow perch,, silver perch, Cat fish and oysters by the pint, quail1, or gallon. Also fried oysters. C. ?II. Zimmerman, Proprietor. Phone 108. 285-lt.