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A snappy, clean and bright comedy
TOMORROW
THOMAS K. INCS
presents
Dortlrty Oalton
in
The Lady of Red Butte
Also a Harold Lloyd Comedy
-ENJOY THE WONDERFUL MUSIC OF THE PIPE ORGAN
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-LATEST AND BEST PICTURES SHOWN
TODAY
Ethel Clayton
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Women's Weapons
Also a Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedy
HIS WIFE'S FRIEND
INGOMAR T M E -A T ]R E]
' TOMORROW
PAUL M. POTTER'S
Great dramatic masterpiece
A Woman's Experience
Starring
IVSary Boland
The famous Author's most sensational story ^
since "Trilby" and "Arsene Lupin' V
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Only Theatre in City Cooled?Ventilated by Typh con System.
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Vita graphs Best
LARRY SEMAN
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PLUCK AND PLOTTERS
BILLY WEST
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SHIP AHOY
YAIL HENRY
in
A WILD WOMAN
The best comedians in the best comedies
Admission 17 cents
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Triangle Presents
Xierite JVSarslhi
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JACK CONWAY
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Also 2 reel Keystone Comedy
20 per cent Cooler Then The Streets
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Admission 11c
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THEATRES
fill AND THEATRE TONIGHT
Tonight will be comedy night.
The best array of comedians will be
seen in the comcdies. Vitagraph's
betet star, Larry- Seaman in "I'lnck
and Plotters," also Billy West in
''Ships Ahoy," and JaiMIenry in a
"A Wild Woman.' Come and enjoy
yourself. Be happy and forget your
troubles.
J N O OM AR?"Women's Weapons."
Few among the motion picture
stars of this count: y are nrore pop
ular than Ethel Clayt'-m who makes
her appearance as a Paramount star
in "Women's Weapons'' at the Jngo
mar Theatre tcn'.glit. This is a
charming photoplay and it is in
every respect an adequate vehicle
for Miss Claytcns second Para
mount appearance.
Richmond?"Married in Haste"
"Married in Haste.*' ot the Rich
mond tonight, the first picture pro
duced by William Fox for his new
star, Albert Ray. and his new lead
ing woman, Elinor Fair, is a smash
ing big comedy of the cleanest and
liveliest sort?snappy, rapid, bub
bling with fine humor and excrucia
tingly furmy in its situations. Both
Mr; Ray and Mrs. Fair arc fitted
perfectly by nature and training for
this sort of work.
NATURE PROVIDES
THE INGREDIENTS
Argo-Phosphate. the New Herbal
Remedy, Now Endorsed by
Local People
If the digestive rgans are not prop
erty performing the work which na
ture has assigned to them, then nu
trition. which is absolutely c-sential
to the recovery of other diseased
parts,' will be lacking and there can
be no permanent relief. When bodily
nutrition is normal, the stomach di
gests the food, the blood absorbs-and
carries the nourishment to the dif
ferent part.- of the body, causing the
various organs to properly perform
their functions.
Nature has provided a remedy in
the ingredients of Argo-Phosphate,
the new herbal stomach remedy,
which is now being introduced here.
It is purely vegetable and its vitaliz
ing, corrective and reconstructive
qualities are so pronounced that be
neficial results are ?oticed from the
first day. That this is true, it is only
neceSsary to listen to the statements
made daily by local people who have
given Argo-Phosphate a fair trial and
have been benefited thereby.
It is dispensed by Richard Gibson
ond tho R"xall Store.
Com trior Council
At a Culled meeting of the Com
mon Council of the City of Alexan
dria, Va., hckl May 20th 1910. thei'e
were present:
If. R. Burke, esq., profile n't an 1
Mf-ssr?. McCaffrev. Matter. Rubin.
J Ticer, Kaufmann, Wattles, Des-msr/I
j Sullivan, Bnjrg3t:, Fletcher and Deliv
ers.-The President Stated thai the ob
ject of the meeting was to consider
a bond issue and the annual License
Law.
An ordinance to provide for one i
A A A fc, A
:7i"c.I thousand dollars of register
ed and non-roistered coupon bonds,
to be called scvhool ami im'i rovemcnt
bonds, ivas read the first tim-? and re
ferred to the committee on finance.
A resolution appropriating SI.-500
I', construct a sev/sr or. Wythe
westward from Alfred street to Pat
rick street, was offered by Mr. Ruben
and referred to the Joint Committee
on Streets an Finance.
An ordinance for imposing: and col
lecting Licenses withi nthe city from
June 1st, 1 DID to May 31st, 1920, was
recommended by the committee on
Finance the bill was placed on its
second reading. AmsndL-nents w_>re
made to Section 1. articles 18, 21, 22,
23, 24, 2(5, .19, 53, 54, 58, 60, <53, 68,
70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85,
98, 99, 100, 101. After the second
reading as amended it was recom
mitted to the finance committee.
Further consideration was laid over
until Wednesday n'.c,ht, May 2t,
1919. The board then adjourned.
H. R. BURKE, President.
Teste: Daniel R. Stansbury, Cierk.
At an adjourned mestir.g of the
Common Council of the city of Alex
andria, Va.. held May 21st. 1919, there
were present: II. R. Burke, esq.,
president :in;l Messrs. McCaffrey,
matter, Ruben, Ticer, Wattles, Des
mond, Sullivan, Ballenger, Lawler,
Fletcher and Deavers.
An ordinance for imposing and
colicctiny Licenses within the City
for year commencing: June 1st, 1910,
and ending May 3!:-.i, 1920 was cailcd
from tlu> table, and further consider
ed, ;t!:d amendiments made to Section
artic'a. IS, 21, 20, 49. 40, 41, 39, 82,
100, 101 and the ordinance as amend
ed was read the third time and passed
Ayes Messrs. McCaffrey, Matter,
Ruben. Tieer. Wattles, Desmond, Su!
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GENERAL TIRES EXCLUSIVELY
Full line of high grade accessories. The reputation of our merchan
dise qualifies as a standard by wh ich to measure other tires and ac
cessories. . *
livan, Lawler, Ballertger, Fletcher,
Dcavers and Mr. President?12. Noes
none.
An ordinance to provide for the ad
vertisement for bitls for one hundred
thousand dollars of registered and
nan-registered coupon bonds of the
i city of Alexandria, Va., to be ca'.ied
.school ar.:! improvement bonds, was
recommended by the committee cn
Finance and read the second and thin!
.time and passed, Ayes Messrs, Mc
Caffrey, Matter, Ruben, Ticer, Wat
j ties, Desmond, ? Sullivan, BaLIenger,
Lawler, Fletcher, Deavers and Mr.
I President?12. Noes 0.
The board then adjourned.
H. R. BURKE, President.
j'Dnniel P. Stan-bury, Clerk.
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Alexandria Agents, F. S. Harper, Inc.
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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. Phone
74K. lOG-lm.
NOTICE
Central Plumbing Shop, plumbing
steam, hot and cold water fitting,
gas fitting 5l>6 King street. 2nd
n-ior. BeJ'r nhono 895.
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clean frock of
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The patterns are so charmingly quaint that they
remind one irresistibly of flower-starred fields, gem
med with anemones, Quaker ladies, arbutus, wild
strawberry blossoms, because many of the patterns
are made up of tiny flowers in prim rows, up and
down and across. A yard 35c
Linen-finished Suiting is now in great demand for
summer suits and separate skirts. From present in
dications?if the summer is a cool one?the wash
suit or sport costume is going to be a big favorite.
We have a fine range of colors to select from, and
this suiting has a good finish, very like a real linen.
It is 36-inches wide. A yard 60c
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