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The suc^esJsfuLjrum is always particular about his laundry! Good
laundering is our business and we cater to the particular ::lass.
1 ? > WE DO LAUNDRY WORK
of every description and we can please the most exacting customers
give us a trial
ALEXANDRIA LAUNDRY, INC.
Office and Plant 1210 Queen Street '
TRY A GAZETTE WANT AD
The Man's Store of Alexandria
A large and Complete Shipment of
Waist-seam models the ultra-stvlish ef
fect so desired by the young man who
- wishes to be up-to-date.
v WORTH $37.50 '
For this week only at
This sale positively will close SATUR
DAY evening* '
? f -5-:: ?
Everything for "HIS" Easter Wardrobe
EDDY and GERBER
900 KING STREET
^ -J - J. "v-? : i;::.
iJ > i - :?? : ? # I i
j4? Unfailing Remedy
fot, Croup, Colds. Coughs-,
hoarseness, Neuralgia ?zndf
S[?ri ?umSaia SAliVE
' applied estrra*
ally, quickly re
lieves SO* "11053
in the chest and
other results of
. cold, and aids ^
in preventing \ "Nl
Doctors have \
lor 25 yc-rs.
Buy it from
your dealer in
jars. 25 and 50c
To have your
fil'ES EXAMINED THOROUGHLY
GLASSES FITTED PROPERLY
Many of our patients in Alexandria
and vicinity will tell you to visit
719-llth St. N. W.
Washington, D. C.
We do not consider our work finished
until the patient is absolutely satisfied
C0MERC1AL AND FAEa
S. F. DYSON & BR0.
?ookzcll?rs and Statieaorjij
d28 Klag Strt?i
? " ?"tl>
| "Th# Store of Grestcr Scrriea^ j
Waacinfftoa, D. 0.
It wouldn't bo Easter if you
didn't have a new petticoat to
wear with the new suit or dress.
In addition to those listed be
Oow we are showing the newest
Petticoats made of fine quali
ty taffeta, in plain and change
able colors, with deep accor
dion plaited ruffle and contrast-.
anpr insertions; Van Dyke ef
fect of contrasting colors, at
Petticoats cf fine quality sa
teen, ni bla'.k and colors, with'
deep accordion plaited ruffles,
[trimmed with fancy effects;
I block and VanDyke designs. At
Petticoats of all-jersey and
jersey with satin, trimmed in
full extra sizes in a vaviety
of colors; in full extra sizes,
$9.95 to $12.95.
Third Floor?Lansburgh'& Bro.
Easter Coat and Suit Sale
FASHIONABLE spring suits in all the newest
' shades at bargain prices for this week only in
the blouse effect, tailored, vestee, and braided
suits. Dolmans in lovely shades of rose, sand, copen,
navy, pequin and brown, in serge, tricotine, poplin
and velour, A splendid assortment for your selec
tion. Just arrived in time for Easter, lovely furs in
the newest spring shades.
m THE LEADER 22LT
904 KING STREET Phone 304
: "ISHTT TO RETURN ""OMR
fan A.inhassador Recnlied For <~"on
Washington, .April 18.?The State
) apartment was advised formally y es
erday of plans of Viscount Ishii,' Die
Japanese Ambassador to the United
states, to leave here next month for
Tokyo, At the Japanese Embassy it
vas stated that the Ambassador was
returning for conferences wirh his
State Department attaches were in
formed several weeks ago of Viscount
[shii plans, and ir. was stated today
that recent international developments
ivere not a factor. Also, it was stated
that there has been no su^esrion of
retirement of Viscount lshii except a?
political affairs in Japan may bear up
on his personal plans.
Viscount Ishii was named Ambassa
dor to the United States in February
1^18. He negotiated with Secretary
Lansing in November. l!)17, the new
agreement by which the United States
recognized Japan's special interest in
themselves to observ-i the open-door
policy and to hespect the territorial
'and political integrity of China.
An oy?ter produces -4 00,000 eggs
annually, but of these only 100 or
less reach maturity.
COAL FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Bids for furnishing coal for the
city schools will be received by the
clerk of city school board up to 13
o'clock noon April :j0, 1910. Coal to
be delivered at the various school
houses within sixty days from date,
bids to be based on 2.000 pounds to
the ton. Two hundred tons R. O.
M. bituminous and twenty tons an
thracite will lie required.
The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved.
GILBERT J. COX Clerk.
? Stomach Ills
permanently disappear after drinking
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water.
Positively guaranteed by money-bark
)ffer. Tastes fine; cost a tnfl3. De
livered anywhere by our A'exandria
Agents, F. S. Harpsr, Inc. Ph-ne
' : : ; .
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Larston Monotype Ma
chine Company will be held at the
oid Elte Home, Southeast Comer
Prince and Royal Streets (entrance
at 204 South Royal Street), Alexan
dria, Va., at twelve o'clock noon, on
Thursday, tile 1st day of May,
for the purpose of electing' a Board of
Directors to serve for the ensuing
year and transacting such other busi
ness as may properly come before it.
Transfer books will be closed or.
April 21st at four o'clock p. m., and
will be reopened on May 6th at ten
o'clock a. m.
I By order of the Board of Directors.
W. ARTHUR SELLMAN,
STOP LOOK LISTEN
Come to the big minstrel show,
opera house, Tuesday. Wednesday.
May 6, 7. henefic of local No. 369. The
Seminole Troupe. Famous quartet,
f.jnny end men. Seats on sale at
Warfield's Drug Store and Allen and
Company. Get your tickets now.
Payne Street Chapel Building Fund
FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919, 8 p. m.
Tickets on sale at Allen and Co.,
and Edgar Warfield's drug stores.
Don't forget the Democratic pri
mary next Tuesday Ihe 22 of April
and vote for R. Walton Moore for
will rapidly improve your
complexion by aroasing the
liver and putting stomach
and blood m goo<d order.
Large** Sale of Any Medicine in iHe World.
Sold cvenrv/berc. In boxea, 10., 25c.
3 per cent PAID 0N: SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Cor. King and Royal Sts.
Open?9 a. m.
Close at?2 p. m.
Open?9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Close?12 Noon and 7 p. m.
Your Banking busi
ness may not be exten
sive, but it will be none
the less welcome at the
.We strive to make de
positors, large and small
feel that their patron
age is valued?that our
entire facilities are
equally at the disposal
of ALL customers.
W "V V V >'
629 KING STREET
Any lady in the world would be proud
to possess such wonderful jewelry as
we now have in our case. When mak
ing your presents, place confidence in
assist in making the
Our quality ?oars
price ; does not. Come
b Insure the home NOW?don't d*
I*y another day. Thia is the seaio*
in which most fires occur. Insuring
through thia agency mean7 ABSO
LUTE PROTECTION at r^^uix?
413 Prince Street. Alexandria. Va.
Try a Gazette Want Ad
i Window Cards
NEATLY DONE AT VERY
BUSY CORNER0 PEMNA.AVE AT 8TH.ST.
FOR THE LITTLE TOTS'
WEAR ON EASTER
Egg Rolling Day
There are dainty frocks marie of
lijrht blue, pink, rose or yellow voile,
in short waist models, some trimmed
with ribbon at waist, others with
while lawn collars edjred with lace.
These are in sizes from 2 to 6 year,
an ! specially priced at
Other dainty models at ?3..~>U to
Ka.ir.'v ? Second Floor.
SPECIAL SALE OF
CAMP JACKSON, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oil Wednesday, April 23, 1919
HORSES 1950 HORSES
MULES 250 MULES
A special offering will be made at this sale of heavy
artillery horses, ranging from 1250 to 1600 pounds,
and large draft mules. They are an extra fine lot
and an unusual opportunity for dealers to buy fine
car-load lots of heavy draft animals is offered.
Heavi S---1150 HORSES?Heavies
800 Cavalry Horses, 250 Draft Mules
Arrangements can be made for special trainload
shipments to distant points through the quarter
Terms?Cash or certified check
SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE
E. P. JOHNSON, Capt., Q. M. C.. Quartermaster
Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 315, Camp Jackson,
Have Your Painting Done by
The Alexandria Paint Contracting Co.
W. 0. TOMLIN 1
General Fainting, Decorating and Glazing.
Ill South Pitt Street
J. R. Tomlin, prop. William E. Grubbs,
105 South Royal Street
Modern bricks, 2-story, 6-room, electric lights,
pipeless furnace heat, sewer connections, bath, large
front porch. These houses will be completed and pos
session given in 20 days. Phone 579.
530 KING STREET
ALEXAXNDRIA, VA. I
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