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Benefit Sick Fund of I. B. of B. I. S. B. of A. Local No. 369 ' SHOW GROUNDS HEAD OF KING STREET Local No. 369 Will Give Away A Dodge Bros. Automobile Also a To be given away to the young lady getting the most votes WATCH FOR THE BIG PARADE NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT 7.15 ALL UNIONS WILL JOIN IN THE PARADE CHARTED. No. 1716 RESERVE DISTRICT No. 5 Report of Condition of the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK at Alexandria, in the State of Virginia, at the close of business on May 12, 1919. RESOURCES Loans and discounts', including rediscounts ..$1,301,719.20 Overdrafts, sccurcd, $ ; unsecured, $ U. S. bondls deposited to secure circulation (.par val'ue) $ 100,000.00 U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value) $ 200,000.00 " S2,250.00 $1,301,710.26 150.01 300,000.00 27,200.00 - 90,000.00 199,450.00 Victory Loan Notes owned and unpledged $ Liberty Lean Bonds, 3Ms, 4, an'd 4U per cent un pledged $ Liberty Loan Bonds, 3 %, 4, and 4*4 per cent, pledged to secure U. S. deposits $ Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure U. S. deposits $ 12,000.00 Bonds (ether than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure postal savings deposits $ 5,000.00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged $ 150,582.78 Collateral Tru'st and other notes of corporations issued for not less than one year nor inorc than three years' time $ 20,650.00 Total bondis, securities,, etc., other than U. S. 1S8,232.78 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent- of su'btcriptioni) 12j,000.00 Val'ue of banking house, owned and unincumbered $ 50,000.00 Equity in banking house 50,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 2,639.87 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .. 93,354.57 Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process , of collection (not available as reserve) .. 9,584.18 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national (banks ." 246,703.91 Nc.t r.pnourts due from banks, bankers., and trust companies other than included above 4,024.09 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank 11,418.61 Total of four Itc>ms above $ 271,730.79 Chocks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .... 11,910.70 Redemption fund *virh U. S. Treasurer and due , from U. S. Treasurer 5,000.00 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned .: 834.00 Total $2,437,022.58 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 200,009.00 Surplus fund 200,000.00 Undivided profits $ 57,948.80 I,oss current expenses, intereslt, and taxes paid $ 21.98S.55 35,960.3? Circulating notes outstanding 97,750.0' Amount due to Federal Reserve Bank 24,500.2' Net amounts due to National banks 15,668.74 Certified checks outstanding 21.875.5P Cashiers checks on own bank outstanding 16,738.0: Total of thrJe Items above $ 54,282.31 Individual deposits subject to check 922,243.86 I'osi'.al savings deposits 3?30.80 Other time deposits 580,088.11 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve ? 583,318.97 War loan deposit account S 200.000.00 Other United Sta tes deposits, including deposits ?of disbursing officers $ 101,195.56 304195.56 Liabilities other than those above stated, cash on hand estate of Peyton Randolph 14,771.31 Total 2,437.022.58 State of Virginia, city of Alexandria, ss: I, Richard M. r.rrcr. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnlv swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief. RICHARD M. GREEN. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to/before nip this 17 dav of M-ay, 1910. I MAURICE WILKIN,S. Notary Publi:-. My commission expires January 29, 1922. Correct?Attest: JOHN M. JOHNSON, M. A. AHERN: URBAN S. LAMBERT. EDW. L. DAINGERFIELD, WORTH HULFISH. CARROLL PIERCE, Directors. CANNOT SEIZE LIQUOR No Provision for Confiscation in Reed Act. Court Rules Out of the clouded liquor situation in "VVashiigton, comes a definite de cision from Justice Gould in the District Supreme Court which clears up at least one point as to its meaning1. Tse decision is this: There is nothing whatever in the Reed amcnd mgrJt, or the bone-dry law, which pei'mits the police department to seize liquor, whether or nf-t the person or persons i.* whose posses sion it is found are guilty of viola ting the law. Furthermore, the Shcippc-rd law, which contains a clause authorizing seizure of liquor in cases where con victions are secured, cannot be read into the Reed amendment, or vice versa. The decision grew out of a peti tion for a writ of replevin filed by "Gladding Brothers," a Baltimore trucking concern, for the return of some $2,500 worth of liquor which was seized from their trucks by the police soon after the Reed amend ment went into effect. The case of Salvatore 'Scalos, a fruit dealer, 921 Louisiana avenue northwest, who asked the return of $119.50 worth of whisky, was heard 'along with the Gladdir.g Brothers. CHILDREN TURNED PiliD i?IP ERS Albemarle County, Va.t New Rid of Rats Charlottesville, Va., May 24.?The campaign to help rid Albemarle county of rats, which was put on by Miss Marian Farish and the members of the Home Demonstra tion Advisory Board, has just come to a succcssiful close. Eight thous and six hundred and fifty rats were kilcd by the school chiidrin in the county. Edward Smith, aged 12, of Proffit, won the ?5 prize, bringing to his school tcacher 137 rat tails, the largest number turned in by any one child. HELD FOR ATTACK ON WOMAN Wyiheville (Va.) Man Accused by Wciman Who Befriended Him Wytheville, Va., May 24.?Charles Pullium, who is accused of attacking Mrs. Chafes Harden at her hon-c about five miles west of Wytheville Thursday afternoon^ was arrested by Sheriif Robert Brown and Deputy Sheriff Bowman near Ivanhoe yis terday afternoon. He is nc-w in j?.'l here. Pullium had been giving" sc-nifiibing to eat by Mrs. Harden, after which he left her home, but later returned and attacked her. Mri. Harden, however, proved too much for Pullium and ran him off tV; premises. % BACK GIVES OUT Plenty of Alexandria Readers Have This Experience. . You tax the kidneys?overwork them? They can't keep up the continual strain. TLc back may give out?it may ache fnd pain; I Urinary troubles may set in. j Don't wait longer?take Doan's ! Khney Pills. I Alexandria people tell you h'ow they ; act. j Mrs. Mary Williams, 914 Duke St., ! Alexandria, says: "About two years j ago I was suffering terribly from j kidney trouble. My back pained me ! so at times I could hardl'y get about, j N'ijrhts, lying in bed, it seamed as j th-.-.ugih my back were broken. My ? kidneys acted much too freely and that broke my rest. Mornings I felt stiff and sore and' could hardly get out of bed. I was completely run down. Doan's Kidney Pills soon gave ?:ie relief and after I had finished two boxes my kidneys acted naturally and the pains in my back were gone. I was entirely cured." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy?get Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that Mrs. Williams had. Floster-'Milburn Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. $1,070,525.41 154.98 2,000.00 150,000.00 100,000.00 352,000.00 80,000.00 25,000.00 111,000.00 13,000.00 10,785.20 100,124.29 31,508.75 CHARTER No. 651 RESERVE DISTRICT No. 5. Report of Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Alexandria. Virginia, at the close of business on May 12, 101!). RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts ....$1,070,525.41 Overdrafts, secured, ?....; unsecured, .$154.08 U- S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par va?ue) $ 100,000.00 l:. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value) $ U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged as collateral for State or other de posits or bills payable $ U. S. bonds certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged $ Liberty Loan Bond's, 3V&, 4, and 4V4 per cent, unpledged $ Liberty Loan Bonds, 3Mr, 4, and 4Vi per cent, pledged to secure U. S. deposits $ Bonds (ether than U. S. bonds' pledged to se cure U. S. deposits ...' $ Bonds (other than U. S. bends) pledged to se cure postal savings deposits $ Securities other than U. S. .bonds (not in cluding stocks) owned unpledged $ Collateral Trust and other notes of corporations issued for no; less than one year nor more than three years' tune t$ Total bor.ds, securities, etc., other than U. S. Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Stock of Federal Resei*vs Bank (50 per cent of subscription) Value banking house, owned and unincumbered $ 63,210.00 Furniture and fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank.... Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of, collection (not available as reserve) Cas'u in vault and net amounts due from na tional banks Net amount due from banks, bankers, and trust companies other than included above Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting ban!-: and ether cash items.. Redemption fund with Li. 3. Treasurer ar.d due from U. S. Treasurer Interest earned but not collected??approximate? on Notes and Bi".-ls Receivable net pas: due War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps ?actually owned Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits $ Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid $ Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of maturity and not earned (ap proximate) Amount reserved for taxes accrued Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating r.etes outstanding Amount clue to Federal Reserve Bank Net amounts due to National banks Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust companies ether than above Certified checks outstanding Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding Total of items $ Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (ether than for money borrowed) Tc-tai of demand deposits (other than bank de posits) subject to Reserve $1,171,364.85 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Postal savings deposits Other time deposits Total cf time deposits-subject to reserve $ 990.497.35 War lean deposit account $ 150,000.00 Other United States deposits included deposits of U. S. disbursing officers Letters of Credit and Travelers' Checks sold for cash and outstanding Total State of Virginia, City of Alexandria, ss: j. George E. Wurfieid, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that* the above statement is true to the bestn f mrv knowledge and belief. J GEORGE E. WAJJ.FIELD, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this. 19th day of May, 1919.. JULIAN T. BURKE, Notary Public. My commission expires May 1, 1920. Correct?Attest: Wm. A. MOORE, jr. THOS. W. ROBINSON, ' GARDNER L. BOOTHE. HARRY HAMMOND, Directors. 110,071.99 20,957.05 27,774.35 205,478.24 4,000.00 12,000.00 63.210.00 9,270.00 174,228.23 20,630.94 355,007.84 3,196.63 13,400.82 12.813.1 1,900.00 0,000.0c 465.00 $3,010,487.38 200,000.00 200,000.00 113,714.34 6,000.00 3,594.30 11,396.79 97,500.00 15,345.09 10,907.04 330.78 9,774.13 0,702.40 $1,170,130.97 1,227.88 3,000.00 4,810.80 988,686.55 172,300.71 22,300.71 999.60 $3,010,187.38 SPECIAL NOTICE To The Stockholders of The District of Columbia Paper Manu facturing Company Notice is hereby given that, by resolution of the Board of Directors, a special meeting of the stockhold ers of the District of Columbia Pa per Manufacturing C?mpany has been called, said stockholdei-s' meet ing to take place at the office of the Company, 111 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria, Virginia, on Tuesday, June 3, 1919, at 11:00 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of considering and voting upon resolutions adopted by the Board of Directors and recom mended to the stockholders, whereby it is proposed to amend the Charter: of the Company, so as to increase ? the capital stock of the Company; from $300,000, to $700,000; to divide; the same into classes of common and . preferred, of which the outstanding! shares and $100,000 additional are; to be common and $300,000 of the i increase to be preferred; to fix the terms and conditions of said prefer- j red stock and the conditions of its j sale and of the sale of the additional I common stock, and of the disposition 1 of the bonds authorized to be issued under the Company's Bond Mortgage ? dated April 2, 1917. All stockholders 1 of record are entitled to be present' and to vote, in person or by proxy. By order of the Board of Directors. 119-12c. D. A. Smith, Secty. TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA *The City Democratic Committee urgently requests ail citizens who have the right of suffrage to c-ast their ballots on Tuesday, May 27, 1019, for the Hon. R. \YiaIton iloore, 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 better equipped candidate could not have been selected for the Standard .bearer of the party. His brilliant me-ntaj attainments and lofty trait.1 of character pre-eminently qualify him for the position. IX elected, hf will discharge his official duties with singular ability, and his constituents will have a representative of whom ?they can ft el 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 j that the people should have a repre sentative in the National Congress whose capabilities will command in fluence and respect. It will be impos sible to accomplish his defeat if those who have the right cf suffrage per form this important civic duty. Respectfully, CLty Democratic Committee, By Charles Bendheim, Chairman 120-Gtc pro t O ground meat scraps FOR poultry Telephone or Write us for Descriptive Book alexandria fertilizer & chemical CO. I Established 1814 by Jas. F. Carlin Worth Halfish aid Sons, Inc. ~t Succcssors to Carlin-Hulfish Co. wholesale hardware Door and "Window Screens Rubber Roofing Malta Plows liarb Wire ' 313-315 king street Alexandria, Va. Worth Ilulflsh, Pres. David N. Ilulfish, Secy. Vote for F. M. Brooks v republican nominee for congress the peoples candidate Election Tuesday, May 27, 1919 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 Citizens National King and St. Asaph Streets Deposits April 28, 1909, <; 6; 0,hJ -161 Deposits June 30, 1914, $ 977,228.47 Deposits May 12, 1919, $1,903,312.27 The same distinctive, personal service that has been such a factor in/our growth, is accorded every '?' customer. You are cordially invited to grow wKh ALEXANDRIA'S MOST PROGRESSIVE BANK 2 convenient small bricl. dwellings No. 131 and 18 South Fairfax Street Cheap to a prompt pur chaser. Apply to - LAI/RENCE STABLE!; i 415 Prince Street COMMERCIAL AND FARCY STATIONERY Office Supplies ? S. f. DYSON & m$. XoaksciUtt-s and Washington vmmi ?> EAILWAy CO. ?7C nV&Vtrt Sf-afcCOW ?5i? 5tf> V5 ..<*,oi:l-r, Aior.~.v;~iiri? <t?:* V > sfetasit W,?**.03. -5 'JO. ?ff.6S. 1 *.63. ?.??. *<1.55, 7.>*. *7.10 7.10. *7.' T.i?. 5V?0, r*; -8; *V.r>0, n:.r,5. R.?. ??. i.i*. >?-. *s.s$. s.?. i>.oo, t. ? I&.tt, 18.49. II.?!!? 11.30, 11.4* p. 12.2*. <2 4K. I.i .20, 1.56. 2.0?. 2. 16. 2.26. ].4S, S.13. 3.30. f.se, *.t ' SS, 4. SO I.K; 4.3!-'. t, SO, 4.46. *.i H U. Ji.2t. 6 20. C.4P. 6 5<>. ?. 1-J -:.s?. 0.44 ?.P0. 7.00, 1. - '.!!?. 7..'- 2 ?:?. 8!?. < ?.sc. io.*o. it m. s: * 1.88, u. <19. A. 15 re -Bwwkft fJari(2*y,' *?.? vi. iir ^. s 2:i.r m?i I flrfrnJi/.Y. !,?/! jr>* r. r,7?ti; jx s ??; v.34. ? */. 1 ?> ?\5S. XI ??' ? .5.-- 2?. v.S* /.Si. a.SI. 4.1 ?* ? 1* t v ?? r?.?s j? . ' V*. RAILROAD SCHEDULES \rrivtl <ir;J I?ep.irtur? of Passenger Trulr ? Alexandria. Virginia. Th<_ following sohotjul fl furrs publinUod s.-i jnl'oraiation auil no< ffuar.intecd. SOTITHEBN KA1T.ROAB (Kuiitnrn Stnctlarri Tlroi.) inuth. North. y.rw Yor!;-Mwi:pliIs 3:27 a m Via Itr:-^fol? 12:13 a.m. '.Viisliiusti'ii-Dull villi; 7:37 ii.hi (Local) 3:18 p.m N?"v Ynr!:-N?-w Orlcau* 8:17 a.m... . (Via Atlanta) 11:58 p.ni i):t<7 u.in . .Wtisii'i >n-liarri.a?nlmri;... P:13 p.m 'iVasliiilirtori-Atl intii 9:."7 a.m (toa-li; ) ?. .. .31:13 p.m. ^Vasliinsrtoii-MrinpliiH 2:27 p.m (Via Itristol) 4:N? p.n., Wi:.<!i i :??' ton-Iliriii i n%-!ia:u 2:57 p.in (VItt Atlanta) 12:08 p.m ' i :12 y.in... U'i!>li'ton-I)arrlMiiil?iirs 11:03 a.:u. i Wash in:; Ion-Chariot tc.svilif ?:22 p;m < I.'><:*!) 11:0$ a.m ?.":22 jt.iii.. .SViiNliiiii*toii-V."ari',:itou. 7:53 n.m.t 7:17p.iu.?N. V.-.'.iMti-ia-Ai.k' ii.... 7:1$a.m Now V'.r!;-N'-\v Mi'Iuiih !??:"?.! p.m (Via JirisiolS 7:43 a.m. 10:77 p.m.. .Now Y i:-'.-'.rliinta 8:Jft> u.ui. NY?v Vorli-.N'-w Orleans il.02p.m (Via Atlanta) 8:28 a.tc. WASHINGTON SOtTTHZEN' EAI1E0AD. out'u. Nortb. Now yo.-k-Ta. kxonvlllo. 3:35 a.m (A. C. I..I 11:31) p.m. V.'nsliiinitoii-rtiohmoncl 7:r.r. a.in (Local) 12:00 p.m. N I'M' Yurk-Atlan In-Jacksonville 3:47 a.m (S. A. L.) 10:15 p.m. \Va>I?In:.-i?n-l>. ik-rickiiliiin.' ? 0:.".2 u.ia (].??. . ]> 8:10 a.m. Washington-K'i'Iiim >i'ii ll:-17 a.m i;:\pri'ss) 7:50 p.m. Ni-w Y'irk-T iiiipa-Koy West 3:32 p.m (A. I..) 3:00 p.m. Wnsliln i:!on-ltt'!lini<i?i(| 5:17 p.m (Local) S:37 p.m (S; Wnsliiastoii-Coluiiiliin-Mi'inpli'i 15:17 p.m iS. A. L.) 12:45 p.m. N'i-\v York-lit. I'cti rsl>iirK-]'nlin lii-udi 8:07 p.m (S. A. 1 a.m. 0:17 p.ni...Wn-Ii.-St.lV:'liari:-Tariipii !t:0"> p.m Kii'liiii'iii'l-Wa^liiiictou lfxpri"-i) 3:2H p.m. tticlifi:'>m!-\Vii>lii:ti,'ioL (local) 0:20 p.m.i ll'i.ilr t r.r-lit l<<ni'lH". ,fi S'i:i<ia;> mile. TJ. S. K/-.II.KOAD ADMINISTRATION, Tifket Ollico. l.'nion Station. We keep your tires youn Examine them regularly aj. turn out every job with 01 Un con d i tional Guar a nice The Old Dominion Tire Co. 100-102 N. Fairfax Strec Alexandria, Va. AD.':.iNJSTRATOI'S XOTICI-i Ilavir.j qualified aj adminiotra' of the estate of th" laic Dou; . Siu:?rt. this i.-i to notify a!i peiv: having claims ajrainst .said c.-.tatt' present their statement properly c ti fieri for settlement. Aii porsons ? debted to the deceased wiil please s. tie prompt;;.'. RICHARD B. V/ASH1XGTOX, c : 114-10t.