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& _ ?-? BEST EQUIPPED HOUSES OF ANY CITY THE SIZE OF ALEXANDRIA. ?? ? ?' \ ? ? ? |^L& atpist A\:n rpqt ptptttrt'c TODAY: ; TOM MIX in f I ? T f ? t Y f f 'f f A touch-and-go comedy depicting the perilous ? adventures of a dauntless lover in the West. |? Filled with virile action and lively romance. f t -LATEST AND BEST PICTURES SHOWN O NO - T M EJ A TR E , TOMORROW Charles Ray in a photoplay of thrills and fun Also a Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy Reilly's Wash Day IE TODAY Vivian Martin In a charming comedy, drama Her Country First -ENJOY THE WONDERFUL MUSIC OF THE PIPE ORGAN TOMORROW Kittv Gordon * in a highly emotional and fast moving picture i The Scar PATHE WEEKLY NEWS ? * . v **? Pictures Changed Daily SATURDAY X Matinees ??? MONftAY, THURSDAY, T *?* ? f i t T V ? t Y f Y T T T T ?> TODAY HEDDA NOVA and J. FRANK GLENDON in - By the World Forgot Is it right to shanghai a man because he is going to marry the girl you love? See "By the World For V got." Also a Special V Comedy. Admission 11 cents THURSDAY?"IT'S A BEAR" TOMORROW Double Feature Bill f T T V i Paramount Success Presents Y MARGUERITE CLARK in % The Crucible % She has a hard row to hoe, but she does it, come and^ see the "The Crucible" X f also Y V Y Master of mysteries in his second chapter of unbe-?J? ieivable achievements, seeing is believing. ?|? Admission 17 cents * V THEATRES j: GKAND THEATRE. v ' A heart-gripping Paramount. pho toplay in which Marguerite Clarke pla^s the part of a littUJ hoyden is "Tic* Crucible/' which will be shown / at jfcfosyGiiiru! Theatre tomorrow. ?KC 'is like a fairy of childhood's wonderland across the white screen of $he; universe, and is the spirit of make-believe, which plays no favor ites, "grown-ups,'" as well as ''kid diefc" loving her more perhaps than any other actress on the screcn. Afeo- Hcnd'ni master of mystery. ; ? RICHMOND THEATRE I? - red heart of ->tl)e. west featur "inj&T.?M. Mix',.is ucmipig to .-the Rieh Theatre tonight in a new pho- ' i.in". ? t tcpiay of thrills-and romance. This> time Ira is fighiing for gold, and you can count on it ihat when T^m Mix. is ibo hero cf a figiht, it is the real thing?cr.d then' a few! The groat ccw'ocy actor thinks nothing of scaling rocky cliffs, jumping down prccipices, and bounding over shtanty roofs. His silLnts aUnc* are enough /to make thousands want to so? ''Fighting For Gcki/' ? IN(yOMAli? Vivian Martin Beautiful and charming Vivian ,Mlartm. cne of the most popular pcrccm artists, will app-ear in hen jlatc-st Paramount photoplay, "He: .Country First," at the Ingomar td inight. This excellent photoplay provides ,Miss Jfartin with abundant oppor tunities for the display of her tal ent? and her characterization is its chief charm. U. S. 1*LANES TO TKY FLIGHT Machines Will Attempt to Keep in Sight of Each Other < n Transccean. Trip New York,. April 2:).?The Navy Department announced hai'e last r.'ip.i.it the pei&onr.dl of the aviation crews?five men to a pi'ane?who will attempt early next month t^ cross the Atlantic in three huge hydroair-' pianes. Commander J. H.' Towers,! Lieut-Corn. A. C- Read and Lieut. Com. P. N. L. Bellinger will be the plane commanders, with the first named in general charge of the ex pedition. The airships, the N. CI, N C-3 and N C-'h' after a flight from their home station at Rockaway Point, on Long Island, to a base established by the navy off the Newfoundland ccast, will set odt together in an at tempt to reach a European destina tion riot yet made public. It is gen erally believed that the planes will r tcuch at the "Azores and again off j.the Portuguese coast, there resum ing the air cruise to the British 1 Isles. Officially, it was stated at Rocka way Point that no land stops would be made. At the i\'ew Pound!and base and wOierever else the machines may descend they will be moored while awaiting a resumption of the flight, as erection of appliances to haul the craft out of the water would require much tiir.i* and entail heavy expenses. TAKE WOMAN AS SWINDLER Minister's Daughter Said to Have Victimized Department Stores Pittsburgh, April 29.?Charged with false pretense in connection with a series of swindling opera tions which are said to have cost Pittsburgh's department stores thousands of dollars, Miss Nellie Dan/ley, aged 27, daughter of the late Rev. W. S. Danley, a Presbyter ian minister, was released Saturday I on'$5,000 bail for a hearing, S.ie has been filling a Iterative position | as bookkecpr for a large concern j here and lives with he? mother in | the Squirrel Hill district. ' ! The detectives say she had a list of j 43 wealthy Pittsburgh women hav ing charge accounts in the large de partment stores and that Miss Dan ley would obtain goods without ex citing suspicion by representing herself as one of the women on her | list. The young woman planned to J be married seen to a wealthy coal j operator of Morgawtown, W. Va., J whose name the police are with- j holding. He was with her yesterday j \ 'iile she was shopping. She leftj , ;rn for a few minutes to buy a box"' cf rouge, rejoining "him at an eleva-j tor, which they entered. , The saleswoman from whom. the' j rouge had been purchased reccg- j ? nized the name Miss Danley gave i ias one of those used by the myster if.'s woman for whom the detec tive had asked htr to watch. Siho notified a store detective and as. Miss Dar.Ioy stepped from the ele vator frlhe w;s ancnted. Her franco, stunned by the accusa tion s gain-it her. collapsed and had: to Lie helped from the store. BUTTONS ARE READY FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS Victory lap?l buttons to be worn on t'iers, army field clerks., and the army r.ur?e corps, are ready for distribution by the War Department, it was an nounced today. Persons hereafter discharged wiH receive the button when they leave the service. Others may apply to the War Department or to the supply of ficer at the nearest military post or recruiting station, accompanying th:-ir request wtjfch their discharge or a true copy of it. Silver buttons will be is sued to those wounded in action and bronze buttons to others. INVESTIGATE You owe it to yoursdlf to inquire to values. Wlhere can you buy a h i gh -d 1 y-slighftly 40 ft. lot with sewer, water, gas, electricity, cement curb, | gutters and siide walk, al'l in and laid for $600 and less. We have them in I Rosemcnit, ten minutes walk from the Alexandria High School. Only $8.00 per month pays for the lot. Your fam ily is eriir.'rled to a home. We offer y.u: the opportunity of a life time. Act 1/dny. r.r.w, our auto is waiting, tele phone 388, now. F. C. Goodnow Com pany, agents, 000 King street. 102-lt TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BREWERIES COMPANY. Boston, Mass., April 1st, 1919. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the bylaws of the company the an- j nual meeting of the stockholders ox I the Massachusetts Breweries Com pany will be held at ten o'clock in the forenoon on Monday, the 28th day of April, 1919, at the principal office of the company, No. Ill South Fairfax Street, in Alexandria, Virginia. I 1st to elect a Board of nine (9) di rectors of the company. fnd To transact such other busi ness as may come before the meeting. 88-14t EDWARD RUHL, Secretary. COST?C. P. A.?OR?EXECUTIVE Accountant?You can be trained un der the guidance of 1G C. P. A.'s with in 10 months with one hour's study per day; no text books used; small /.ost; easy terms; satisfaction or money refunded; more than 265 C. P. A.'s to our credit. 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Wear them, and cut your shoe bills down. Neolin Soles are made by The Good year Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guar anteed to outwear ail other heels. N Established 1844 by Jas. F. Carlin Hulfish and Sons, Inc. Successors to Carlin-Hulfish Co. WHOLESALE HARDWARE I)oor and Window Screens Rubber Roofing j Malta Flows Barb Wire 1 313-315 KING STREET Alexandria, Va. Worth Hulfish, Pres. David N. Hulfish, Secy. > BUY YOUR 1 Through Alexandria's Most Progressive Bank The Citizens National Bank ?s- v - >:;a *> King and St Asaph Streets. ' J\ ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the stoclc j holders of the Lanston Monotype Ma chine Company will be held at the I oid Elks Home, Southeast Corner j Prince and Royal Streets (entrance at 204 South Royal Street), Alexan dria, Va., at twelve o'clock noon, on Thursday, the 1st day of May, 1919, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year and transacting such other busi ness a? may properly come before it. Transfer books will be closed on April 21st at four o'clock pi ro.. and will be reopened on May (5th at ten o'clock a. m. By order of the Board of Directors. W. ARTHUR SELLMAN, 89-16t. Secretary./ Advertise Your Wants in the Ga zette Want Column Rheumatism ?* completely washed out of the sys tem by the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastea fine; costs a crifle. Delivered anywhere by our Alexandria Agents, F. S. Harper, Inc. Phono tSaeax, STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The annual meeting of the Stock holders ox the Seminole Land and Im provement C-jmpany will be held at its principal office, 111 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia, at 3 o'clock, p. m., on Monday, May 12, 101'.). L. V. FRENCH, '924o May 12 Secretary. | Try a Gazette Want Ad. Can Be Mad on Convenient Terms sssassassj &Bcit)t)i3oT)$Co. BUSY CORNER" PENNA.AVE.AT 8TH.ST. fjHH R2 Many new novelties recently received are waiting new owners here tomorrow. Among them these special numbers: Suede Leather Handbags, in brown, tan and gray, beautifully silk lined and finished with inside pocket and large tassel.-At . $3.50 Canteen or Vanity Moire Silk Handbags, Cases, in new oval with imitation Dutch shapes, Top and bottom made of best quality va chette leather in brown, navy, and black; lined with silk and fitted with purse and mirror at $5.50 silver frames; silk lined and have a mirror and purse. Choice of black, taupe and navy at $5.50 Kann's ? 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