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! Stop Itching Skin
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There is one safe, dependable treat
ment that relieves itching torture and
skin irritation almost instantly and
that cleanses and soothes_the skm.
Ask any druggist for a 35c or $1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it as directed. Soon
you will find that irritations, pimples,
blackheads,eczema, blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
A little Zemo, the penetrating, satis
fying liquid, is all that is needed, for it
banishes most skin eruptions, makes
the skin soft, smooth and healthy.
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland
SHOOTING A
Mrs. Trepagnier Pleads That She
Meant Only to Defend Self
Chicago, May 22.?Mrs. .Vera Tre
p-.{Trier, 59, of New Orleans, killed
. Paul F. Vol hind accidentally, and.
?' v.-Jth no ether thought than that oi
' salt-defense, she said, when apply
jr.g- for release on bondis Monday.
; "I went to Voll'ancs office," she
said. "I told him I had came to get
? a settlement about publication of the
} Gc'orgs Washington portrait and pa;,
I am the friend of the friendless.
I am mother to the motherless.
I am champion of the weak and the humble
The poor and unfortunate of 63
countries and colonies know me well.
I serve on the fields of battle
in time of war.
I build my trenches in the streets of
poverty in time of peace.
I believe a man may be down,
but he's never out.
I am the Salvation Army.
Give to the Salvation Army Home Service Fund
THE OLD RELIABLE
YEAST POWDER
To insure digestibility, wholesomeness, deli
cacy and fine even texture of your rolls, biscuits,
gems and cakes use Rumford, the baking
powder of positive purity and efficiency.
O 17 1-19
Announcement
The attention of our customers is called to our
Rug, Carpet & Drapery Cleaning Department
Which has just been started in our modern laundry
plant. Your work will receive
Prompt and Careful Service
May we call for that rug, carpet or drapery you want
made new.
Alexandria Laundry, Inc. I
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Vote for
F. M. Brooks
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS
- ' . THE PEOPLES CANDIDATE
Election
Tuesday, May 27, 1919
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for the 150,000 copies made of it.
"When he said he wouldn't make a
settlement and grabbed my thrcaL
and forced me to my knees, the re
volver in my prcket went off. He k<l
go of me quite suddenly, crying, 'I'm
shot!' Then he fell."
Mrs. Trepagnier covered her face
w>h her hands and wept.
"I didn't mean to shoot," she sob
bed. "I only took the revolver a I on;
for protection.
EX-SENATOR SPOONER ILL
Wisconsin Statesman's Cr*ndi icn is
Said to be Serious
Milwaukee, Wis.. May 22.?John '
C. Spocner, former United States
Scant-r frcm Wisconsin, is seriously !
:M in New Ycik an I is net er-ipected j
to live, according to a message re- j
Thg Most Powerful Tonic Known
YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBES
for weak, nervous, run-down
people because it is the greatest
blood purifier and strengthener known.
Complete directions for its use in treat
ing at home the various diseases grow
ing out of blood, kidney and stomach
troubles accompany every bottb.
A. I. M. is liquid, therefore stronger,
take half teaspoonful in wa.er three
times a day.
Get a bottle today of A-I-M (Acid
Iron Mineral) at your druggist or will
be mailed upon receipt of price.
Edgar Y/arfield, jr., and
other leading druggists.
mwbmbbcm m ini. iwiiiMiuBa
j ceivcd by his son, Willet H. Spoo
[ ner. The son departed for New
York.
New York, May 22.?Former
Senator Spooner was said yesterday
to be better, but his condition is
still causing anxiety to his family
on^account cf his advanced age. Mr.
Spooned:, who i* "6 years old, suf
fered a nervous breakdown about
two weeks ago.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE
CITY OF ALEXANDRIA
, The City Democratic Committee
urgently requests ail citizens who
have the right of suffrage to cast
their ballots on Tuesday, May 27,
1019, for the Hon. R. Walton Moore,
of Fairfax County, for the Congress
of the United States.
He is the nominee of the Democra
tic Party, and should receive the cor
dial support of all loyal democrats.
A hotter equipped candidate could not
have been- selected for the standard
'bearer of the party. His brilliant
mental attainments and lofty traits
of character pre-eminently qualify
him for the position. If elected, hr
will discharge his official duties with
singular ability, and his constituents
| will have a representative of whom
they can feel justly proud. In order
: to maintain the present state of pros
perity prevalent in the city and dis
trict, it is of the utmost importance
that the people should have a repre
sentative in the National Congress
whose capabilities will command in
fluenfce and respect. It will be impos
sible to accomplish his defdat if those
who have the right of suffrage per
form this important civic duty.
Respectfully,
City Democratic Committee,
By Charles Bendheim, Chairman
120-Gtc
Presents
"The Transgressor"
A superb photo-play in S acts
THURSDAY, MAY 22nd.
In the
LYCEUM IIALL
Matinee 3.30 p. m. Evenings 8 p. in.
ADMISSION?Children, at matinee only 15c,
ADULTS 35c
Established 1844 by Jas. F. Carlin
Worth Bttlfish and Sons, fee.
Successors to Carlin-Hulfish Co.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE
Door and Window Screens Rubber Roofing
Malta Plows / Barb Wire
' 313-315 KING STREET
Alexandria, Va.
Worth Ilulfish, Pres. David N. Ilulfish, Secy.
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Are here, in the most beautiful collection of new creations?up-to-the-minute as to style and materials
and all on the "Farley Easy-Payment Plan." And when you take advantage of or.r plan, you arc paying1
prices lower than most cash stores charge. Come in today and let us show you our wonderful display oi
wearing apparel for men, women and children. - - ^ - ?
Stunning New.
Summer Dresses
At Right Prices
To f i t and purse.
Vi-it Our Store Today
Smart Millinery
Priced
Specially This Week
$3.50 IJp
bJ
' T^7 ? s
summer w aiscs
and Skirts
In a Grand
Assortment
At Right Price
a
Palm Beach and Cool
FOR MEN AND BOYS
A complete showing of the season's newest mod
els in the best colorings and materials. They are
yours on our great easy payment plan.
$8.50 and Up
Men's and Young Men's
New Suite
Wonderful showing of New Summer Fabrics.
Style, Quality, Low Prices and Easy Payments.
Men Grasp This Opportunity
and Up
SHOES
$5.50 and up
New Summer
Shirts
New Summer
Neckwear
New Summer
Hosiery
! Nev/ Straw and
Panama Hats
Your Name
As Good
As Your
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W. T. Farley
CASH OR CREDIT " 500 KlNG STREET
Open Evenings Until 8 O'clock
Your Name
As Good
As Your
- Cash
For Sfils
1
2 convenient small brie:
dwellings No. 131 and .131
South Fairfax Street
Cheap to a prompt pur
chaser. Apply to
| LAURENCE STABLE!-.
-115 Prince Street
Cmiffi'XtkL AKD ma
STATIONER}
Qifice Supplies
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RAILROAD SCHEDULED
Arrival eTid Departure of Passenger Tra)p?
Alexandria. Virginia. The following schedu!
flirt: rM published as iafonnatloa and ad
guaranteed.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD
(Kaiitcrn Standard Time.)
<oiitft. North
Nt*\v York-Mi'mphia
3:27 ii.si ^':a I!ri.?t?l) 111:13 a.m
Wilstiin;.*! on-i>an villi;
7:117 ii.hi (IaiimiI) 3:18 p.m.
New York-New Orlcnii*
?S:'7 a.m... . (Via Atlanta) il:r>8p.tu.
tf:07 a.m.. .Wmii'loii-IIarrisonhiiri;... 8:13 p.m.
Washington-Atlanta
9:37 n.in (Coni-lws) 21:13 p.m
Wash ins ton-Memphis
2:27 p.m (Via I'.rMol) 4:58 p.m
Wa.shim; ton-lii rutin chain
2:? p.m I Via Atlanta) 12:08 p.m.
"1:12 p.m... W;i "iriiin-llarrlsonliiir!: 11:03 u.iu.:
Wa>liiti.rioii-t'!iiirlott".-.vill<.'
?1:22 p.m H.miili ll:08a.m
p.m... WashiiintonWarrViiloii. 7:.">3 a.m.:
7:17p.m.?X. Y.-Aii'.'iistn-AH:-'n.... 7:18a.in.
New V'irk-Xi'W Orleans
lo;ii2 p.m ( Yia Itristol) 7:13 a.in
10:17 p.m... New York-Atlanta 8:28 a.m.
X<;\v York-N'-vv Orleans
ll:02p.jn (Via Atlanta; 0:2S a.m.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Smith. North.
New York-Jacksonville
3:3."i a.m 'A. C. I*.) .jll:30 p.m
Wasliinctriii-lJii'limoncl
7:"m a.m <r.ocal> 12:00 p.m
Nf.v York-A tlai:ta>Ja?'!iM>nvilli*
*J:47ai:i (S. A. I..) 10:13 p.m
\Vii!;hi::^l';ii-rf' 'k-rii'foburi;
I0:r.2 a.m (f/?-nl) 8:10 a.in
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11:17 a.ti: (Kxpri-t*) 7:50 p.m
Now Yofk-Tampii-Ki*}' West
3:.'?2 p.in (A. L.) 3:00 p.m
Washington - iticliinoi!']
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9:17 p.m IS. A. !..) 12:1." p.u.
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8:07 p. (S. A. I S):13 a.m
it:IV p.m...W!>li.-St.l,ot'!>'ii'g-Ta:npa S:05 p.n.
((i-hmoml-Washington I *\jo- -) 3:28 p.m
ilichtiniml-Washing'.ua (loi-al) p.m.'
Hiaily cxivpr S;tnd:;j.
8 Miu'lav onlr.
U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION,
Tl'hvt Olliiv. I'nioii Station.
SPECIAL NOTICE
To 'ii:'* SiecKh.'ldcrs of The Distr:
of C oliinbia I'apcr Manu
fac'urinj; Company
t>e 1- !i vt'">y ?riven that,
rc."?.!;.* o! ? Hoard of Directo
a spec'al meet:::# of Ihj stockho.
?rs s f the ' triet of Columbia I'
;>er Manufacturing C'-'mpany }.
been called, said stockholders' m?.
ta take place at the dlieo of 1
Company. iii South fair fax Str:
Ak':<;:::'lr!a, Virginia, on Tuesd;
?/ me 1&10, aL 11:00 o'clock A. .
f* .? the pur : :'.ns:r!i'/:n^ a
v ? u= on r> solution.-; adopted
"hi He: ' i of Directors and rec
mor.ded to the stockholders, when
*t i" v rap -C"! to amcr.d the Char
of the Company. as to inert:
the cap:- -.1 st-.ek of. the Comps;
:r S.';';:i,0C0f to -$700,000; to die
the .- inin into ela tes cf common
; rv!'er,c l, r.f which the cut: tand'
h .l: i.nd :?!00,O0Q additional
f; common and S-'.'IOQ1,1 "J of 1
incru.re to !>c preferred; to fix 1
term aconditions of said pref
red . ek ar; the con !'of
a?:.! of thf sale of the additi";
common stock, :ind of the di.- posit
of the bon is authorized f> be is:
under the (.'onv.iany'j ii irvi >vlv
dated Apr:! '2. 1017. Ail ,-lockhoh:
of record are entitled to pre"
and tc vin pr-r.-on or by ]>?'
By oid .v ef the Board cf Direct: ?
119--12C. D. A. Smith, Se; .

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