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Classified Columns Worksfor You Night and Day If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7 For Results WANTED?Waitresses, experienced, Apply Mcnticello Cafe, SOT k-nS street. 121-tf. Wanted?Girls to work in laundry. Pleasant work. Apply 1210 Queen Street. 118-tf ? Female Kelp Wanted?Experienced cashier for large grocery store, must be able to handle large volume of business. Permanent position and chance for rapid promotion. Please state age and references. Apply box q lob-Gt. Wanted?Cook in small family. Cood "wages, No. 0 Cedar St., Kosomorn. Telephone 721. ? 139-3p. Maid Wanted for general housework immediately. Call or write Mrs. H. V. Pittman, Camp Humphreys, Va. 140-lp Wanted a woman for general house work, 3 rooms Mrs L. C. Tutt, 207 ? North Alfred1 Street. 140-3p. Wanted?High School graduate or other good office boy to learn Real Estate and Insurance business. Ap ply in person. M. L. Horner, 012 King street. 138-3c. Wanted?Several irood men for the 'wholesale oil business, Tank wagon drivers and warehouse men. Apply The Texas Company. Alexandria, Va. liU"c Wanted?A reliable man to book or ders for fruit and ornamental trees,' roses, shrubs, etpermanent. 1 ay weekly. Fruit Growers' Nurseries,: Newark, New York. J-10-lp j Wanted?Collector for large insuili-j ?mcnt house, permanent. Address j Collector care of Gazette Office. ; 138-3tc. Wanted?An office boy. Apply I'arrv W. Wade. 313 King Street. 130-3:: WANTED?Young man. clerk. AP" ply with reference. A. & P. &--x Co., 525 King street. l?9-3p. For Rent? Large hall suitable f?" as semblies, lectures, private dances, etc. M. Horner. Phone GOO. Party can rent G rocm house by bu> ing furniture complete, two rooms furnished for house keeping pays rent, will sell cheap. Box 20 Ga zette office. 1383p* ?Married couple desire room with oi without board in respectab.e home, with private family Address 1* cart of Gazette. 13S"3P For Rent?Furnished apartment, 1st flocr, 204 North Washington street. 140-lp. For Rent Suburban, country h 'me m Braddcck Heiiffhts-14 icom house 2 baths, electric lights, furnace heat, g???. Apply M. L. Horner, 012 King street. Phone 1,00. 140-tf - ? ? " For Sale?Desirable two story br.c-r. dwelling, with bath, at 904 Duke Street, containing 7 rooms. Large yard. Good location. For tcrlna call on JOHN P. NOKMOiLh. Cor. King and Royal Streets. For Sale?Good brick dwelling. 319 Oueen "street, containing six rooms. Rents for $13.00 per month. Pnc? $1300. JOHN D. NORMO\LE. Cor. King' and Royal streets. For c;a|e.?Two well located two story frame dwellings 313 and 315 North St \saph Street, containing ? rooms each. Rent for *12.50 per month each. Price $1500 each. Satisfactory term* can bO arranged. Both houses are a - wavs rented and arc in excellent con dition. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, Cor Kin? and Royal Streets. For Sale?Desirable ~ room br:c: dwelling 31.7 North Royal Street, v.itV bath, toilet, elcetric lights and gr.s \ Large yard, with frame stable m roar Rent.- for $200 per annum. Price $2 - OOC1. Easy terms can be arranged JOHN D. NORMOYLE. Cor. Kins and Royal Streets. 136-6te Try a Gazette cassif:ed ad. FOR SALE?Eight room brick electric lights, gas and ccal range, concrete cellar. Property in ex cellent condition. Location, 221 South Pitt street. Price, $5,750. Graham & Ogden. 123-tfc. For Sale?Ford one ton truck. Buick one ten truck; Studebaker (5 cyl inder tcurir.g car. Apply Dicker ?sor.'s garage, 115 South Pitt Street. 138-3p. Lost, Strayed or Stolen?White, fe ma!:1, French Poodle. Has broker, tail and split tongue. Finder re turn to 0. Kitchel, MonticeHo Hotel and receive reward. 139-Sp Foi;;: ??Yale key. Owner may ob tain same by applying at Gazette office and paying cost cf this ad vcm tisement. 140-lc. NOTICE?The person who found a . cuir bUfltton, engraved "Earlena." vv: i pleia'se return same to 510 N. "Washington street. 140-1 p. Raw ::l?$100.00 reward will be ]>ai:i fot the return cf a young Holstein cow, 2 1-2 years old, half black and wh:tc, no hums, test tag in ttK* ear. Str.len from my pasting at Snowden Str. ticn last night and the arrest of the thief. Phone E. A. Thompson 718-W-l 140-2p. P; i-omac I,"ii-,h ConnpSmy will have cn i-.ie tomorrow and bs'tehce of iwaJ\ Jersey trout, Norfc'ik trout, t' n mackerel, large rock, butter fish, v.hfto r.cich. ficundc-rp.. eu'Mish clam.:., cabs and hardshell crabs, also snapping turtles. C. H. Zim mtiri-n, Proprietor. Phone 19S. 140-lp. Samuel K. Lunt, Auctioneer. A act on Sale cf Desirable House and Lot in Rosemont ?'^.?suant lo the terms of a deed of trast bearing date on December 10th, 393 7. and duly recorded amon.r the land records of the City of Alex andra, Virginia. in deed book 66. pac ?'57-]. iriv.-n by the Rosemont Davelcn mtn! Company, Incorporated, a Cor poialicn. to th.* undersigned Truster', to socure the '.aymenl or certain pre:: i.-jvy ri .'gotiable notes therein ssr. "forth. 'i'faul't having neon made in the- ].ayn:!cnt of said notes, and at th j request and by the direction u'"' the holder of said notes, and pursuant to the terms of the said deed of tru?t. the vndersigned'wiii offer for sale at paliie auction ;;t thv Royal Street en tran e to the Market Building, in th' Ci:.y of Alexandria, Virginia, at 1:' cidcc-k Neon, on *VE 1>NES DAY. JUNE 23th. all that lot of ground, with the build ings and improvements therecr. known as lot 7. in Block No. 19, Sec tion Xc. 3, on a certain plan cf lots known as Rosemont, a plat of which :s duly of record among the land re ?. r. - of Alexandria Counry, in deed 134, page 594. Terms cf sale: Cash. Conveyancing iincluding revenue stamps, at the cost of the purchaser. JAMES R. CATOX. Trustee. S. H. LUNT. AUCTIONEER Sale of Valuable Real Estate Pursuant, to a deed of trust dated Fi.-binary 20. 1915, which is duly re corded rmongst the land records of Alexandria County, Virginia, in Deed Hoe): 14C, page 159, default having h'.'rn mr.de in the payment of the debt secured therein, the undersign ed. at the request !,f the holder, of the note evidencing said debt, will sell at public auction, in front of the Court House on Fairfax Street, on the 12th day of June at 11:00 o'clock A. M., ali that lot or parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon, formerly in Jefferson Dis trict. Alexandria County, Virginia, new in the City of Alexandria. Ya., ar.d described as follows, to wit: All of l"t numbered ' twelve in block numbered four in section numbered one, of a certain plan of lots knewn as Rosemont. a plat of which is duly of record in the Land Records of the said city of Alexan dria. in Deed Book Xo. 119 page 066, together with ai 111 appurtenances; Subject t? the lien cf a prior deed of trust on said property for the sum of >3.250.00 with interest there on amounting to $292.50 dated No vember 4. 1911, which is duly re corded a merest said land records. Terms cf sale Cash. Edgar Warheld, Jr., Trustee. 12S-12C Samuel II. Lunt, .Auctioneer. Auction Sale of Desirable House and Lot in Rosemont Pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust bearing date on August 15, 1914, and duly recorded among the land re cords of the County of Alexandria, Virginia, in Deed Book i^o. 144, p.--ge ; 49 "given by Suter and Slaymaker, Incorporated, to the undersigns:! Trustee to secure the payment 0. certain promissory negotiable notes thc-rein set forth, default having beer, made in the payment ot some of sai 1 notes, and at the request and by ihc direction of the holder of said notes, and pursuant to the terms of the sai l deed of trust, the undersigned will of fer for'sale at public auction, at tin Royal Street entrance to the Market. Building, in the City of Alexandra, Virginia, at 12 o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25. that lot of ground, with the build ings and improvement.? thereon, known as lot numbered two in block num bered ten. Section No- 1- cn a cer~ tain plan of lots knoAvn as "Rose mont," a plat of which is duly of re cord among the land records of Ale:: anuria County in Deed Book 119. pa?>. 3GtI. the- house on said lot being knewr. as 103 Rosemont Avenue. This sale will be made subject to the lien of a first dets or trust <'r; said property, bearing date on Aug ust 14, 1914, and duly recorded among the land records of the said Coun.y of Alexandria, given to secure the payment of the sum of forty-seven hundred and fifty dollars, with in terest thereon at the rate of six pDi cent per annum, under which firs. de?d of trust there is row due ap proximately fifty-two Hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty ccnw. Terms of sale: CASH. Conveyanc ing, including revenue stamps, at the cost of the purchaser. GARDNER L. BOOTHE, 138-1 St. Trustee. AUCTION SALE ;jv S. K. Lunt. Auctioneer. Auction Sale?Sale or desirable Apartment House known as the "Rosemont Apartment" Located on the South side of Duke Street b.twtcn Royal and Pitt Streets, Alexandria, Virginia. Bv virtue cf and pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust dated Octo ber IS, 1918, executed by the Rose mont Development Company, incor porated, a corporation, to Rob>nton Moncure, as trustee, and of record in Deed Book G7, at page 287 of the land records of Alexandria City, Vir-. ginin, and at the request and di rection of the party secured by '.he said deed cf trust, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public ??uct''on in front cf the Royal Street entrance to the Market House, in -VI \ and via City, Virginia cn SATURDAY. JUNE 2Sth. 1919 at 12 o'clock M., that parcel oi ground with the improvements there on and the appurtenances there to be longing, located in Alciianc:ia C:^ Virginia, and bounded as follows, tc wit: Beginning at a point on the south side of Duke Street 52 feet east c: the southeast intersection of Bufce _?nil Pit; Streets, and running thence fas: on Duke street 88 feet ?"? inches. nK "2 or less; thence south parallel with Pitt Street 102 feet to a court or alley IS feet wide; thence West cn said Court < f Alley ai:'! parallel with Duke Street 83 feet 3 in'ehes, more or lc.ss, and thc-nro north paral lel wiih^i'itt Street 101* i tj 1!. beginning, with right or way eve: said alley in ccnnr.cn with others en titled thereto, and be'ng the same real estate which w;is convive! to the Kcsemont Development Company. | Incorporated, by Ilarrie Fitzhug; Wheat, widower, by deed dated Dec ember 7. 1911. and recorded anions the land records cf said City in Dee.l Rock Xo. <>1 at page 40'). and bein;> known as Xcs 412 and 411 Duke Street. The said land is in-proved by a handsome- brick apartment hcusc. Terms of Sale?Cash. Conveyanc ing at the coat of the purenaser o: purchasers. ROBINSON MONCURE, 13t)-l5tc Trustee . ANNOUNCEMENT .1 Columbia Bedding Company has opened a mattress factory and is now ready to renovate box springs, mattresses, pillows and etc., at rea sonable prices. Work called for and delivered the same day. Let us call and give you estimate. See us about a new mattress. Columbia Bedding Co., Prince and Commerce Streets. Phone 743. 133-20t A visit to our n.w store will con vince you that we keep the best of everything to eat. On Friday after ? noon and Saturday will have heme made pies', also heme made salad dressing.:;: A trial will efcnvir.ee you of : the superior quality of our groceries, meats r.nd provisions. Pkor.e 136-W. Cha3. Daggett, Pitt i and Wolfe Street. 140-2c DENIED OLD COLONIES Council Refuses German Request for Mandate for Former Possessions Paris, June 12.?The reply to the Gin-man counter-proposals agreed up on by the Peace Conference heads re fuses .the German request for a man date for the former German colonies, it was learned yesterday. A lengthy memorandum gives the reasons for the refusal and explains the operations of the league of na tions on Colonial matters. The reparation portion of the reply which has been completed and has cached the printer, does not fix the total Su'm which the Germans must pay. The text of the treaty itself is not changed, but the reply contains j assurances to Germany regarding the- j method of the reparations process, ex-; 1 !;;in.:ng that it is a workable ar rangement. President Wilson fought strenuous AUCTION SALE By S. H. Lunt, Auctioneer Auction Sale?Sale of eight desir able dwelling houses, to-wit: 216, 218, and 220 South Fayette Street, and 720, 722. 724, 7213 and 727 Jefferson street, Alexandria, Virginia. For purposes of dividing an estate the undersigned owners will offer for sale at public auction, in front of the Hey a! Street entrance to the Market House, in Alexandria City, Virginia. #n, SATURDAY, JUNE lJth, 1919. at 12 o'clock M., those parcels of ground with the improvements there in and the appurtenances thereto be longing, above designated, to-v/it: Houses 2l(>, 218 and 220 South Fay ette Street, Alexandria, Virginia, which are six room frame dwelling* built together, all rented, and pay ing n good income. Houses 720, 722, 72-1, and 72(5 Jef ferson Street, Alexandria, Virginia which are fcur room frame dwellings built together, all rented, and paying a good income. House 727 Jefferson Street, Alex andria. Virginia, which Is a detached frame dwelling on the corner of Co lumbus and Jefferson Streets, suit able for a store. These houses ? re a part of the es tate of Susannah Fairfax, deceased. Tvrms of Sale?Cash. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser or pur chasers. MILTON S. FAIRFAX, ELLA L. F. DAVIS l'<?-3c. Owners. Attention?Vulcanizing perfected by .the Anderson method, tons of pres sure used in real rubber curing. Let us shew you. Dickerson's Gar-j aT?. 115 South Pitt Street, Alex andria. Va. 136-Gp. j if in nccdi of rtal good whiH.e j liaht see the Cost American made, I\*r : :sere Mantle Lamp, j? r,o c. p., at: 501 Prince street, or call by postal to pvacc cne in your heme for try out. Also inexpensive kerosene burn ers to replace coal in heaters and cook stoves. ly to include a- fixed total sum in the reparations clause and -the close, of the discussion leaves him unchanged, it is said, in the beMef that that is the best plan. It is understood, however, that the President said that inasmuch as Pre irier Clentenceau had insisted to the contrary and also that he had signed the original draft, he would sign the* reply as formulated. It is understood that assurance will be given the Germans regarding the dtltaiils of the Army of Occupation, the size of it, the cost of its maintenance and the duration of the occupation un der favorable circumstances. The Ger mans called the attention of the Pow ers, in this connection, to the belief held by the German authorities that they were paying for the maintenance of a large number of soldiers not ac tually in the occupied regions, bul working in France, and asked relief from this situation. The league of nations commission completed and presented to the Coun cil of Four a second report contain ing certain modifications of the lea gue covenant in favor of the GLi llians. 75 ARE KILLED AT MONTEREY. Brownsville, Iwlss, June 12. In formation was received in official quarters hcVc- today that 75 persons' were killed in the Mexican city of Mcc?cxey in fighting tihat started cai3y Monday mo Ming after the election Sunday, which was continu ing l?Eit night. I \ THE CORPORATION COURT OF 'HIE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. : J. II. CriUy, complainant, vs. Ola i'ull-in, et als., defendants. In Chan cery. To Ola Puilin in her own right, and r.3 Executrix under the will of Louisa M: Pullin, Shirley Puilin, Benjamin VY. Pullin, Franklin C. Pullin, and Elizabeth R. Femvick (nee Pullin): Take notice: That I have fixed upon Saturday. ?Tune 14, 1019, at my office, 107 North Fairfax street, Alexandria, Virginia, /.t ten o'clock, A. M. as the time an:' liiace where I will proceed to exccutc the decree entered in this cause or, ?;;e 10th day of May, 1010, wherein I am directed to ascertain and report a? follows: (1)_,Of what property Louise M Puilin died seized. (2)?What arc the liens against said property, an 1 their priority, in cluding a list of all claims against rlip estate of said Louisa M. Pullin. (3.t?Any other matters or thir.^ vjcvar.t to the issues in his cause, an-J which may be required by any person in interest. All persons interested in said e~ h:te are hereby cited to attend at sai'i time and place and protect their rc snectiva jntcresis. HOWARD W. SMITH , 22- 1c. Thurs. Special Cornmis-=i >ner. YOU HAVE AN ADVERTISING MESSAGE FOR THE PUBLIC U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Never were the people?the buying public?more ready and able to buy than they are to-day. There is no scarcity of money. The purchasing power in America to-day is greater than in all history. The field for new and greater business develop ment is here. Advertising is the certain, quick, and economical method of developing your business. When you put the power of adver tising promotion and its great econo mies back of your own business, you are also spreading the spirit of optim ism and good will. The U. S. Department of Labor urges ail progressive merchants and manu facturers?in fact, all who have any thing to sell?to advertise now and take ? advantage of the great market which exists at this time. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ? ~ fc' r ? W. B. WILSON, Secretary ROGER W. BABSOX, Director General, Information and Education Service. =S ' ??? 'i, ! ? v ?*: ? *?' ' ?/ " #f!;r IK ? ??. m /?!I+IW ft fSSH* """ ? ?? '/ >. -*?? i; V' /, \ i*+nL -3. V.<! u*? / V w/| L-l i i ','.f?-?-.! -rr i It Is a Sig n of efficiency and" integrity to . keep your appointments cn time.- Ther only man who 'can be prompt to tij.e minute is the man with an accurate watch. It may mean monc-y to you to know that you can delay five minutes ami still be on time. You cannot be certain of this unless you have a good watch. We have just the watch for you. SAUNDERS Sc SON G29 KING STREET. J 1 ites r or r>< A /**'? E?* i\\W ' ?J ?" rr ni.L' Tire 2;? k;C%s &) 1 ftsNSW'* J \W?>^ *v HMfcf? Si s wl 'il^ v* *? *jg" -? "W?> ?? o Jc % J em do p a brie Cords Guaranteed 10,000 Miles " Will Fuii 20,003 Miles Guaranteed 7,500 Miles EXIDE We have an Exido to fit your car. Batteries re charged and repaired. ' VULCANIZING y All work guaranteed, we make the old tires ami tubes look and we&r like-new. 3 Phone 7% W1T7^ ?1? 9 C* IJ?^ 1 JiJHL S V)23 KING STREET TfH r~f rr: Chevrolet Automobiles Model -190 Touring $817.66 Delivered H easonable Tenns The Aero A.uto Company 1101 KING STKEET. . Phone 820. J Established 131-1 by J^s. F. Carlin Worth Halfisii and $ons} Inc. 1 Successors to Carlin-Hulfisft Co. WHOLESALE HARDWARE > Doors isj'.c! Window Screens, (train Cradles,- Kisbbrr Genuine .Malta I'l uv,s and I'iaifi,.- Jfay Kabes, Jiarb Wire. ' 313-315 KING STREET Alexandria, Va. Worth ilulihih, Pre3. David"N. 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