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Except Sunday < Dy the Alexandria Gazette Corporation 317 King Street, Alexandria, Va. HOWARD W. SMITJI, President and Treasurer WILLIAM A. SMOOT ...Vice-President MICHAEL T. DWYER ... , Editor Entered at the Postofflce at Alexan dria, Virginia, as second class matter. BANDIT WITH A HEART I Even a burgar has a conscicnce when it comes to holding ap a sold ier and taking- all hit money, jeop ardizing his return to camp and subsequent danger of court-martial for non-appcarrnc\ This was pi'oven when Harry Estabro&k en. countered a masked bandit as he stepped foom a taxi to board a train at Springfield, HI., for a return trip to camp. Estabrock. a soldier, tx plainal his predicament to the burg Jar, who without hesitation, let him go and "held up the taxi driver in stead. The above will recall to the minds of a iW :itill living, while not co tempora?r.eous with Robert T. Kare, incidents in the carcer of this foot pad who operated in this .section of the country nearly one hundred years ago. Hare was a Marylanier by birth, and he took to to the road early in life. He operated in parts of Maryland and in the vicinity f Alexandria, and iiie ir Mr-nts in his life of outlawry are i; '?vesting:- Hi? J. P. STRONG Prominent' Real Estate Broker ^of Massachusetts Boston, Aug. 25.??ays, "I have been in the real estate brokerage business for many years. I have suffered with lois of'tileep, indigestion and nervous ness, but since taking Argo-Phospbate I sleep better and eat without fear of distress, ana can feel a great change in my system." Thei-e is nothing in medical icience thrJt equals Argo-Phosphate in the treatment of indigestion, rheumatism, nervousness, kidney and liver ills. Sold by Richard Gibson and The Rexall Store. life was published in book form, and jt formed part of the literary matter in numbers of homes in days of yore. The book was upor. the shelves of dealers in Alexandria at the' time the war between th-i statc-s was precipitated. "Old , Robber Hare" was the bugaboo of many a nervous child in the dim past. Hare made an extended confes sion before he paid the penally of his .crimes upon the gallows. Among his other instincts was his t,l;ought fuSness wheat ihn the act of forcing passengers in stage coaches to de liver up their valuables. He would return watches, rings, etc., when told they were gifts from deceased relatives, and would never open a letter with a black seal when ho found such a missive in a mail bag. He always saw that his victims had enough money in their possession to reach their objectives SENATE DOOMS BOOZE REPEAL Repeal of the war time prohibition law was given a knockout blow by "The Store of Greater Service \ Sheets Exceptional Prices The Domestic Department al ways has interesting sale news. The prices are extra inviting. 25c 72x90 Miill Run Sheets, sub ject to oil spots. Heavy linen finish; hafol torn. 25c 81x90 Belvedere Sheets, with heavy linen finish. In double bed size. 62c 72x93 1-2 Dreamland Sheets, made by one of our best mills; extra long; undressed and seam less. ?35c 42x36 Star Pillowcases, made of Garza sheeting, with excep tional laundering qualities. 3 for $1. $1.50 10-4 Mohawk Bleached Sheet ing, in lengths 10 to 20 yards. Known by all housekeepers for its wear and dirraDilit. LanSburwh & Bro. First Floor. A visit to our new store will convince the most exacting that it is our earnest endea vor to furnish our patrons with the best of everything to eat. In addition to our usual line of first class groceries, meats and provisions, will have on Friday afternoon and Saturday home made pies. We handle the verv best creamerv butter. Chas. F. Baggett Pitt and Wolfe Sts. Phone 136-W | W. E. Dunn R. H. Montgomery Dunn and Montgomery Electrical Contracting and Supply House COB. IV T:TCK AND CAMERON STS. Heating and Coring Appliances Wesiinghouse and G. E. Fans Ma::da and Nitrogen Lamps. Phone 830. All Orders Promptly Attended to the Senate yesterday, -when by a vote of 55 to 11 it refused to enter tain a mot?on by Senator Phelan to set aside the restrictions as -to wine and beer. Senator Phelan sought to have the rules of the -Senate' amended to make his repeal amendment in order as part of the 'agricultural appropri ation bill. Senator Grcfina made a motion to lay Seantor Phelan's mo tion on the table and upon this mo tion the majority of five to one was recorded. ? Those who voted with Senator Phe lan against tabling the motion were: Seantors Cakler, Edge, France, Knox i La Folleltte and Wadsworth, Kepub-! licans; ami King, Heed, Thomas, and Williams, Democrats. TURN'S GUNS ON HOTEL London, June 19.?An exchange telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen today reported that hostile demon strations against allied representa tives occurred in Frankfort-on-Main Monday night and Tuesday., Shots were fir-eci at the Hotel Carlton, head quarters of che allied mission, the dispatch said. Government troops dispersed the mob with machine gun fire. French army officials threaten ed to bombard the city if French citizens, were molested.. ? ? ? iK' i ill ||p8S ?:' BREAKFAST ON TIME No trouble frcttiii?r l>r?-;ikfnsf on :i New IVrfcc!.i'?n Oil Cool,stove. Al the touch of a match you have instant Ileal -easily. regulated iiijfh or lo'.v lor fryi;i^, bmilinff. s:nmieritj? and toastimr. The New Perfection <riv< s all the eomfort and convenience of a yras .stove, at kerosene cost. It means .1 ? .t?. i:i!* of time i:o v/aitin.s for the lire to draw; a savinjjof labor nodrndjjery wi'.h v.'h h! i : 'jslies; a saviitt; of money no costiv enal to buy -kerosene is the inexpensive fuel; a ravinir of energy no overheated kitehen to sap y.:;;r strength. Dtiy an ee'>non:ieal New Perfection f'or.kstovc for your home. Already in more that? 3,0 >.!.:?J.? h<--mcs if;. comfort and convenience i- bei:>ic appreciated. Ac all dealers. Aladtiin Security Oil is In- best kerosene for ail purpose?obtainable everywhere. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. ("New .Jersey) Washington, D. C. Baltimore, \id. Charlotte. N. C. Charleston, \V. Vn. Norfolk. Richmond, Vn. Charleston, S. C. AA . >-> A ? A:'3.- ' ? K 3$ trW? <t%r% 7"-y.s " t-i" IIP , isi f ? * <> Why Fay Cash When You Can Call in and Dress Up on the Easy Payment Plan Remember, we charge nothing for the wonderful credit service we give you. You buy the celebrated makes here at the' manufacturers' stipulated prices just as you do.in an exclusive cash store. Only difference is you pay a dollar or two a week here, if you do not care to pay cash.Thousands of our customers do pay cash, and come here because th ey see larger assortments than shown in file average exclusive cash store. At our sales we usually cut deeper than any exclusive cash store. ^^7 S|A And Up tip Notice Our Window 4> WONDERFUL VALUES IN I ? I Palm Beach Suits ? * ? t WONDERFUL VALUES IN & Women's Dresses VOILE& FOULARDS, GINGHAMS And $5.98 0" \ . WONDERFUL VALUE IN / Women's Millinery ' $2.49 upd ?it,-' W ^NOTICE OUR DODGERS FOR SPECIALS ; ; W. T. Far CASH OR CREDIT 500 KING STREET Store opens 8.30 a. m. closes 6p.m. except Saturday s an We carry in our Mans Shop a complete line of the? newest haberdashery for men and boys, only the best brands to be found here. FOR MEN Manhattan Shirts $3.00 to $10,00 Manchester Shirts .. .? $1.50 to $7.50 Eagle Shirts - $2:00 to $5.00 Maryland Shirts f $1.25 Under Shirts and Drawers 50c to $1.50 Union Suits v $1.00 to $6.00 Suspenders 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 Hosiery 25e to $2.00 Ties 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2 50 Night Robes $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Pajamas ? $1.50 to $5.00 Belts ..: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, 82.00, $2.50 Garters 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c Bathing Suits $2.50 to $10.00 ; 7 FOR BOYS *7 7 ^ - Shirts V.. .$1.00, $1.25, $1,50, $2.00, $2'.50, $5.00 Blouses .., 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Union Suits 59c, 75c, $1.00, $3.25, $1.50 Overalls 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1 75 Khaki Pants 98c, $1.50, $1.98 Bathing Suits 69c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 Belts 35c, 50c, 75c Work Shirts 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 VERY PRETTY AN ENTIRELY NEW Oyster Cocktail Glasses, a dozen $7 Grape Juice Glassas, a dozen $7 Sherbet Glasses, a dozen $8 Iced Tea With Handle, a dozen $1) Sweet Cider, a dozen $9 Water Goblet, a dozen I$!5 Lemonade, u dozen Water Sea, pitcher and six tumblers Flower Vases $1.50 to $|7 Also Celery trays, Spoon-holders, Bowls, Plates and Other Things I I, W. Wildt & Sas 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET f Your Opportunity , To Buy Excellent King Street Properties We Have Several Fine Locations From ' PITT STREET TO IIENRY STREET Call and let us Show Them to You Graham k Ogden 330 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. JPirst JMattoraal Barulc ALEXANDRIA, VA. THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN VIRGINIA The Largest and Strongest Bank in the City The Service Rendered by this Bank is Evidenced by its Phenomenal Growth. Resources March 5, 1917 .. ?1,829,331.47 " 4, 1918 $2,020,055.80 " 4, 1919 $2,849,965.94 OUR ICE SERVICE STATIONS No. 2?KM) South Alfred Street No. .'J?317 North Alfred Street No. 1?Commerce und Payne Streets Arf,i now open, where ice will be sold at Plant Prices j Less than 100 lbs., -10c per 100 lbs. J 100 to GOO lbs 35c.per 100 lbs. Quanities in excess of 600 pounds at plant only Mutual Ice Company CAMERON AND UNION STREETS