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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, May 15, 1919, Image 6

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BEST EQUIPPED'HOUSES OF ANY CITY THE SIZE OF ALEXANDRIA.
LATEST AND BEST PICTURES SHOWN
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Wm. Fox presents
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A comedy of many smiles
An exciting love story that involves two rnen,
two girls, a safety razor plot, and $600,000
cash. See it just for fun.
Also a Harold Lloyd Comedy
TOMORROW
"Vivian I^Sartirs.
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The Home Town Girl
She is the sort of a girl and this is the sort of
a picture you can't help liking. The story is a
strong one.
-ENJOY THE WONDERFUL MUSIC OF THE PIPE ORGAN
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The popular star
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A stirring, gripping story of red-blooded men
who brave the perils of the Arctic while delv
ing for gold, and of a frail girl driven thither
by a relentless purpose. A great story told in
a great way by a company of skilled actors.
TOMORROW
The Beautiful Paramount Star
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The Make-Believe Wife
Also a 2-reel Mack-Sennett Comedy
"WHOSE LITTLE WIFE ARE YOU?"
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Matinees
MONDAY, THURSDAY,
SATURDAY
TODAY
Matinee and Night
Special Feature Show
ILiOiaise Glaum
and
Charles Flay
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"THE WOLF WOMAN"
A picture worth seeing, a real movie treat to See these two co-pars
hi this wonderful film production of a woman who thought beauty
was all. Matinee. Come early. Night.
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Pictures
Changed Daily
Admission 17c
TOMORROW
Presents
Baby IVIarie Osborne*!
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A SCREEN VERSION OF BROWNING'S "PIPA PASSES"
Big folks and little fo-ka Baby Marie Osborne
Here's a picture just for you, Brings a song that brings good cheer,^
Of the thoughts of children That you'll enjoy this picture
Ami the things they do. There's not the least to fear.
Also a 2 reel Keystone Coined}'
Admission lie '
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THEATKES
GRAND THEATRE
Only those who were directly con
nected with the production will he
able to explain how the unusual
scene of Louise Glaum falling head
long through a large pier mirror
was made for "The Wolf Woman,"
the Triangle "vampire" stcry by C.
Gardner Sullivan, in which Miss
Glaum and Charles Kay are present
ed as co-stars.
Come early and .ret a good scat.
Richmond?"Help! Help! Police!
Into recent film hlsloiy have been
written the names of a variety of
capable actors who luvvc entertained
the public by providing truilis. In
this class 'belongs George Walsh,
former speed king of the cinder path
and erstwhile player o.f professional
baseball. Wabh doesn't ask us to
take our thrills in homeopathic doses,
either, and he gives us with them,
for good measure, a palatable coat
ing of ccnuvly. In witness whfrecf
is cited "Kelp! Help! Police!" a com
edy drama, produced by Wiliam Fox,
which will be seen at the Richmond
Theatre tonight.
A Harold-Lloyd comedy will als'^
be shown
INGOMAR?"THE DRIFTERS"
J. Wa.rren Kerrigan will appear
before his admirers at the Ingomar
Theatre tonight in a r>le and story
entirely different from anything he
has done before. With most of the
action taking place in the snowbound
regions of Alaska, where three men
and a girl' find their lives strangely
interwoven, "The Drifters" myster
iously unfolds an absorbing plot.
SAW OWN TOMBSTONE
Soldier From Maine. Saw Name of
Grave at Cambrai
.Banger, Maine. May 1">.?Wilford
G. Oakes, cf Patten, who returned
home after a remarkable record of
service in a Canadian ar.tilicry reg
iment, had the experience, near
Carubral, of viewing his own grave,
with hrs name inscribed on a rude
slab over the last resting place. He
took a snapshot ef the grave as a
souvenir.
Oakes war. severely wounded seve
ral times. In one battle when he
was wounded he lost his identifica
tion card. His jaws were shot away,
making it impossible for him tc
communicate his identity, and as h?
was missing, from his company hi:<.
death was finally reported. Seme;
other soldier was buried under his
name. ? j
A surgical operation gave him new
jaw bones, and today one has to ex
amine his face carrfui'y to find t'nei
sears.
When young Oakes enlisted in 1914
he was I?, but his discharge papers,
give his age as 2"> years. This is be
cause ho was so anxious tc^enlist
that he raised his age. Oakes has
been citccl for bravery and has re
ceived a medal of honor.
BELIEVE HI NS WILL SIGN"
Address More Communications to j
"Big Four" Yesterday
Paris, May lo.?The "I ig four" i
yesterday received three new notes {
from the German delegates relative
to the .peace terms. Their nature
was not disclosed.
Seven communications concerning
the treaty have thus far been de
livered to the allies. The requests.*
contained in the first two were
promptly refused. The second two,
j dealing with labor and German war
priscneis, were referred to a special ?
I committee cf experts.
Confidence was expressed in high
J quarters that, notwithstanding the
I present flood of communications
from the Germans, they will com
plete their objections to the terms
well within the fifteen days' time
limit and that the allies will have
made full reply within another ten
days.
The same authority admitted the
cleverenss of the labor note, which
may be used as a wedge for more
objections, and also as a means of
winning the sympathy nf certain
radical elements throughout the
world.
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is the
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barley Stor
The trade is thoroughly convinced that for style, quality and price we are equal to any cash store in
the city; and they say, "really, you have a cheaper price on many of your articles, and just think of it?
on the''Easy Payment Flan.'" What more could we ask?
Well, all we ask is a chance to convince the most skeptical. Call in and let us convince you as to the
truth of the above statement. The best ad we know of is a satisfied customer. Through this method of
dealing, our trade is steadily on the increase.
YOU DON'T NEED THE READY CASH AT FAR LEY'S. PAY THE EASY WAY.
Men's Suits
$20.00 and Up
Men's Shoes
$7.50 and Up
Men's Hats $2.00 and up
Young Men's Suits ?15.50 and up
Boys' Suits $6.50 and up
FINE ASSORTMENT
Men's Ties Men's Shirts
Union Suits Men's Hose
Men's Garters Arm Bands
PALM BEACH SUITS AND PANAMA HATS
Women's Suits
WOMEN'S SUITS $14.50 and up
WOMEN'S COATS $12.50 and up
WOMEN'S CAPES $13.00 and up
WOMEN'S HATS $3.98 and up
WOMEN'S SKIRTS $3.98 and up
Fine Assortment
Women's camisoles, combination suits, fine un
derskirts in silk and sateen, all colors.
House dresses, bungalow aprons and bib aprons,
lawn, voile and batiste waists, all sizes.
In fact a full line in Women's and Men's wear.
Give us a call. You will be agreeably surprised at
our display and prices, all on our
Have
It
Charged
E-asv Payment Plan
W. T. Farley
CASH OR CREDIT
500 KING STREET
Have
It
Charged
Open Evenings Until S O'clock
CUT THIS OUT
Special Notice: Dr. Frederick
Jacobson says that phosphates are
just as essential to any woman who
tiros easily, is nervous or irritated,
worn out or looks haggard and pale,
to make a strong, robust, vigorous,
healthy body, as they are Lo make
ccrn, wheat or any vegetable plant
grow strong and healthy. The luck of
phosphates is the cause of all enemic
conditions and the administration of
5-grain Argo-Phosphate Tablets will
increase the strength and endurance
oOO per cent in a few weeks time in
r.iany instances. Dispensed by Richard
'li' son and The Rexall Store.
PRINTING
TIIAT GETS
ATTENTION
for advertising?pays
? That's the kind we do.
PRINTING
PUBLISHING
ENGRAVING
HAIIRY W. WADE
31."! King" St. 1 'hone HO
Stomach Ills
permanently disappear after drinking
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water.
Positively guaranteed by money-bark
jffer. Tastes fine; cost a trifle. De
livered anywhere by our A'exaudria
Agents, F. S. Harper, Inc. Ph-,no
them.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Columbia Bedding Company has
opened a mattress factory and is
now ready to renovate box springs,
mattresses, pillows and etc., at rea
sonable prices. Let us call and give
you estimate. See us about a new
mattress. Columbia Bedding Co.,
Prince and Commerce streets. Phono
iOG-im.
NOTICE
Central Plumbing Sho& plumbing
ateam, hot and cold water fitting,
gp.a fitting 506 King street. 2nd
floor. Be!< nhonA 895.
Try a Gazette Want Ad.
BliSYCORWER" PENNA.AVE.AT 8TH.ST.
Just in and so Beautiful we Are Enthusiastic About
' Them
Fine Silk Embroidered
ng
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Just imagine a wonderfully sheer voile?38 inches
wide?embroidered deeply in floral, scroll and other
beautiful border designs.
There are white grounds embroidered in combina
tions of sea green and white, mais and white, laven
der and white, Copenhagen and white, also in Copen
hagen embroidered in two shades of blue, and rose
embroidered in two shades of pink.
They will make up into the loveliest of new frocks
for summer garden parties, for summer dances, etc.
Kami's?Lace Store?Street Floor.
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Hygienic conditions under which manufactured
guarantees its purity. Made from distilled water se
lected ginger root?fruit flavorings added.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER
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Alexandria 'Va.
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Established 1811 by Jas. F. Carlin
Worth Hulfzsh and Sons, Inc.
Successors to Carlin-IIulfish Co.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE
Door and Window Screens Rubber Roofing
Malta Plows Barb Wire
' 313-315 KING STREET
Alexandria, Va.
Worth Hulfish, Pres. David N. Hulfish, Secy.

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