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LET THE GAZETTE 1
Classified Columns
Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or JSell Anything Call No. 7
For Results,
Wanted?Girls to work in
laundry. Pleasant work.
Applv 1210 Queen Street.
118-tf
WANTED?An elderly working
?housekeeper for two or three
weeks to take full charge. Must;
have good reference. Good wages
to right party. Apply Mrs. R. S<
?Fleming, Washington Pike, Bash
for'd Road. l43-3p;
RANTED?Carpenters and Laborers,
steady work. Apply to Key Bridge.
35th and Water Streets, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
WANTED?Piano teacher, would like
to rent piano in good condition.
Will guarantee good care and rea
sonable rent. 'Call 611-G Mrs.
CBarnes, 428 North Fayette St.
50-2p.
Panted?Experienced counter girls,
Apply at Commissary, Virginia
Ship Building Corp. 117-tf.
OR RENT?Attractive furnished
an)d unfurnished city and subur
iban homes, shoit and long ten
ancy terms. M. L. Jlorner, 012
King street, Phone 600. i-lS-7c
x)ins for Rent?With or without
board for two. refined gentlemen in
Rosemonft, men working nijrht time
preferred. Box 16 Gazette Office.
0-2p. [
ANTED?To rent a piano, throe
months or longer for private use
only. Phone 751-J "-after G p. m. j
8-3p.~
inted?4 or 5 unfurnished rooms or
touse. Address H. S. Freeman,
south Washington, Va. 149-Sp.1
Butiterine and egg route with
>ady customers. For sale, cheap
? cash. Can make $100 weekly
>filt within short time. Good op
rtunity, for man without experi
ce, and very little capital. A. B. C.
zette Office. 140-'5p
>R Rent?Three furnished rooms,
o ladses or married couple. Hot
vater and electric lights. Call
?fter 7 p. m. Apartmen-t 214
forth Royal Street. 150-Ip.
R RENT?Large front bed room,
lectric lights and bath. Good lo
ation. Refined gentlemen only.
15 North Columbus Street.
-2p.
? Salte?iMotorcycle engine. 010
outh Fairfax Street. 149-3p.
Sale?Well bred 00 to' SO pound
igs, and a few brood sows. Collen
;r Conrad Co., Phone 778 w6.
3p. /
R SALE?Eight room brick
lectric lights, gas and coal range,
jncrete cellar. Property in ex
illent condition. Location. 221
outh Pitt street. Price, ?5,750.
raham & Ogden. 123-tfc.
R SALE?In Rosemont. brick six
oonis. bath and sleeping porch,
as. electricity, and hot water
cat. Large lot. possession
iven July 15. Apply M. L. Hor
er, 012 King street. Phone 000.
4f.
I Sale?1918 Hudson speedster,
rfect condition, spot light, cut out
tra tire and chains, etc. Run 4.000
tiles $2,000. to quick buyer,
letcher Motor Co. 14S-Gp.
niture^For Saie?At 52 East
[aple Street, dining room., bed
jam and living room set. In
ocd condition. Io0-2p.
1 SALE?I have several nice
eces of furniture for sale at
27 South Fairfax street.
o'set, buffet, gas rang?, purbi
)i, desk and many other things.
. B. Z. Moorman. loU-lp
illette Safety Tires, chilled rub
process. 6,000 miles guaranteed,
c. Auto Supply, 104 South Wash
ion Street. ' ? 149-lc
i SALE?-One Ford truck and
le ton Buack truck.. Dickerson's
airace, 113-117- Scoik^Pitt $t.
FGK SALE?1918 Maxwell five pas
senger touring ear .in the best of
condition, etxra tire, extra wheel,
tcp cover, hood cover, and tire
cover. Apply at 50,5 Prince St.
150-2p.
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i.OST?Strayed away from Rose
mont Saturday evening a small
brindle Boston hull terrier. Re
ward if returned to Burke and
Herbert banking house. 150-3c.
LOST?On Saturday, on electric
train or street near Alexandria
National Bank, a black silk um
brella. Reward. Address Umbrel
la Care of Gazette. 150-lp.
Samuel II. Lunt,_ Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Desirable House and
Lot in Rosemont
Pursuant to the terms of a deed
of trust bearing dale on December
10th, 1!:17, and duly recorded amow
the land records of the City of Alex
andria, Virginia, in deed book GO, page
374, given by the Rosemont Develop
ment C. mpany, Incorporated, a Cor
poration, to the undersigned Trustee,
to secure the payment of certain
jiromisory negotiable notes therein
s<r. forih, default having T)een made
in the payment of said notes, and
at the request and by the directiot. of
the holder of said notes, and pursuant
to the terms of the said deed of trust,
the undersigned will offer for sale at
p:ibiic auction at the Royal Street en
trance to the Market Building, in the
City of Alexandria, Virginia, at 1
eclock Noon, on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25th.
all that lot of ground, with the build
ings and improvements thereon
known as lot 7, in Block No. 19, Sec
tion No. 3, on a certain plan of lets
known as Rosemont, a plat of which
is duly of record among the land To
reros of Alexandria Counry, in deed
book 131, page 59-1.
Terms of sale: Cash. Conveyancing
iincluding revenue stamps, at the cos
of the purchaser.
JAMES R. CATON,
Trustee
AUCTION SALE
By S. H. Lunt, Auctioneer.
- Auction Sale?Sale of desirable
Apartment House known as the
"Rosemont Apartment" located on the
South side of Duke Street between
j Royal and Pitt Streets, Alexandria
Virginia.
By virtue of and pursuant to the
terms cf a deed of trust dated Octo
ber 18, 1918, executed by the Rose
mont Development Company, Incor
porated, a corporation, to Robinson
Mcncure, as trustee, and of record
in Deed F?-.:ok (>7, at page 2S7 of the
land records of Alexandria City, Yir
ginla, and at the request and di
rection of the party secured by the
said died of trust, the undersigned
Trustee will offer for sale at public
auction in front of the Royal Street
entrance to the Market House, in
Alexandria City, Virginia on
SATURDAY, JUNE 2Sth. 1919
at 12 o'clock M., that parcel of
ground with the improvements there
on and the appurtenances there to be
longing, located in Alexandria City
Virginia, and bounded as follows, to
wit:
Beginning at a point on the south
side of Duke Street 52 feet east of
the southeast intersection of Dr.kc
ar.d Pitt Streets; and running thence
3ast Duke street S3 feet 5 inches,
more or less; thence south parallel
with Pitt Street 10- feet to a court
or alley IS feet wide: thence West
on said Court of Ailsy and parallel
with Duke Street S3 feet ?> inches,
more or less, and thence north paral
lel with Pitt Street 102 reef to the
beginning. with right or way ever
said alley in common I with othejrs en
titled thereto, and being the same
real estate which was conveyed to
the Rcsemont Development Company.
Incorporated, by Harrie Fitzhugh
Wheat, widower, by deed dated Dec
ember 7. 1011, and recorcTed among
the lar.d records cf said City in Deed
K. ok Nc. (51 at page 450, and beinp
kr.own as ;\'os -112 and 414 Duke
Street.
The said land is improved by a
nanasome brick apartment house.
Terms of Sale*?Cash. Conveyanc
ing: at the cost of the purcnascr 01
purchasers
, ROBIXSON MONCURS.
100 HUNDRED SAILORS DROWN
German Ships Said to Have Made
Signals to Destroy
Interned Yesesls
London, June 24.?More than 100
German saitors are believed to have
perished while trying to escape in
life boats after the scuttling of the
German fleet at Scapa Flow. Some
bodies have been washed ashore and
have been buried.
A German four-master, it is sai-:;,
appeared three miles of Scapa last
Wednesday and gavy signs to the
German warships. The inference is
that. this mystery vessel conveyed
the order for the sinking of the
| fleet.
A German wireless message pick
ed up last night- says the German
crews went to England in the be
I.ef that the ships we:c-,to be pre
ferred to the Father13rid but thv
when they found out this was not
so they sank them in' prefer.ee to
surrender.
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. 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. 133-26t
PUBLIC SALE
By S. H. Lunt, Auctioneer
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In the matter of Robt. P. Aitchesor.
individually, and as surviving partner
of Aitcheson & Bro., Bankrupt. No.
174 In Bankruptcy.
On Saturday, June 2Sth, 1010, at
12 o'clock noon I. will offer for sale
at public auction in front of the
Royal Street entrance to the Market
House, in the City of Alexandria, Vir
ginia, to the highest bidder for cash
the following enumerated property in
the above entitled cause, and being
the residue of the property yet to be
disposed of, to-wit:
Approximately 2 1-2 acres of unim
proved land near Robey's Station.
Fairfax County, Virginia.
An undivided equitable interest in
a sub-division of one-half acre near
11 yati sviile, Ma ryland.
Interest in open accounts hitherto
uncollected.
Above property belongs to the Es
tate of Aitcheson & ttrotTier.
ROBINSON MONCURE, ?
141-13c Trustee in Bankruptcy.
AUCTION SALE.
By Samuel II. Luut, Auctioneer
Auction Sale?Sale of a desirable
Modern brick dwellinghouse "with im
provements, known as No. 322 North
Pitt Street, Alexandria, Virginia.
By virtue of and pursuant to the
terms of a deed of trust dated October
11, 1013, exe'eued by Frank L. Slay
maker and wife, and Alexander
5uter and wife to Richard C. L. Mon
cure, as trustee, and of record in dee:l
book No. fi3 a^ page 1G9 of the land
records of Alexandria City, Virginia,
at the request and direction of the
party thereby secured, default hav
ing been made in the payment of the
Indebted ness secured by the said deed
of trust the undersigned trustee will
offer for saie at public auction, in
front of the Royal Street entrant**
to* the market house, in Alexandria
City, Virginia, on
SATURDAY, JULY 5th. 1913
at 12 o'clock M., that parcel of ground
with the improvements thereon and
Ihrppurteuances thereto belonging
located on the west sirle of Fitt
Street between Queen and Princess
Streets, Alexandria City. Virginia,
and bounded as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on the west
side of Pitt Street -IS feet more or
less north of the center of the square
between Queen and Prim-ess Streets,
and at the center of tr?o partition wall
between the brick dwelling house on
this lot and th:> one adioinir.ir on the
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south, and running thence north on
Pitt Street 1(5 feet <> inches, more or
less, to and including the north wall
of the house on this lot; thence west
parallel to Princess Street SO feet to
an alley 10 feet wide: thence south
on said alley the length of the first
line: and thence east in a direct line
parallel with Princess Street to the
poir.t qf beginning, with right of
way over said alley, and being the
northernmost one of three brick dwel
ling houses erected in a row by
Thomas C.sRawleit and Lena M. Raw
lett, his wife, and being the same rot
or parcel of groundr which was. de
rived from Thomas C. Rawlett ana
Lena M. Rawlett, his wife by deed
dated October llth, lpiio. ? f
Terms of Sale?CASH. Conveyanc
ing at the cost of^ the purchaser or
purchasers.
: RICHARD C. L. MONCURE,
? ^'lis.' life-..**??,
The British admiralty still consid
ers the story to have been fully told
in the 130-word statement Satur
day, and has made no supplemen
tary utterances..
The decision not to maintain arm
ed guards on the German warships
was taken by th- al'ied council at
Paris foil-owing the advice of the
principal admirals, namely:
Wemyss for Great Britain; Debon:
for France; Benson, for America,
f'rassi, for Italy.
The decision was approved by the
prime ministers of the various pow
ars. The British navy, therfore, had I
nothing to do but cany out orders.
DICTATORSHIP LOOMS UP
Germany Declared to Face Counter
Revolution
Paris, June 14.?The movement for
a military dictatorship in Germany
is-gaining ground, according to ad
dees received by the American mil
itary authorities here, quoting the
Kreuz Zeitung, of Berlin.
Die Freiheit, the Independent So
cialist paper, declares that the coun
ter revolutionary element is prepar
ing to strike a blow against the
government.
>
Samuel H. Lunt, .Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Desirable Rouse and
Lot in Roscmont
Pursuant to the terms of a deed of
irust bearing date on August 1">, 1914.
and duly recorded among the land re
cords of the County of Alexandria,
Virginia, in Deed Book No. 144, page
given by Suter.and Slaymaker.
Incorporated, to the undersigned
Trustee to secure the payment of
certain promissory negotiable note*
therein set forth, default having been
made "in the payment ot some of said
notes, and at the request and by the
direction of the hfflder of said.notes,
and pursuant to the terms of the said
deed of trust, the undersigned will of
fer for sale at public auction, at the
Royal Street entrance to the Market
Building, in the City of Alexandria,
Virginia, at 12 o'clock noon, or.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25.
that lot of ground, with the build
ings and improvements thereon, known
as lot numbered two in block.num
bered ten. Section No. 1. on a cer
tain plan of lots known as ''Rosc
mont," a plat of which is duly of re
cord among the land records of Alex
andria County in Deed Book 119, page
SOD. the house on said lot being known
as 103 Rosemont Avenue.
This sale will be made subject to
the lien of a first deed or trust on
said property, bearing date on Aug
ust 14. 1914, and duly recorded among
the land records of the said County
of Alexandria, j given to secure the
payment of the sum of forty-sever,
hundred and fifty dollars, with in
terest thereon at the rate of six per
cent per annum, under which first
seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.
Terms of sale: CASH. Conveyanc
ing, including revenue, stamps, at th*
deed of trust.frap
proximately
co sit of the >-?>
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' Used Car Bargains ,,
Model SO Overland $500.00
One Studefaaker Roadster . 650
Model 83 Overland 450.00
Chevrolet Six Speedster 550.00
Ford Touring (1917) 325.00
Terms if desired
, THE AERO AUTO COMPANY
? 1101 King St. Phone 820.
Established 1844 by Jas. F. Carlin
Worth Hulfish and Sons, lis.
Successors to Carlin-Kulfish Co.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE
Doors and Window Screens, Grain Cradles. Rubber Roofing,
Genuine .Malta Plows and Plates, Hay Rakes, Barb Wire.
' 313-315 KING STREET
Alexandria, Vac
Worth Hulfish, Pres. David N. Hulfish, Secy.
com., LUMBER and * BUILDING MATERIALS
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light?becacSS evening is vhe tirr:o when
the porch living-room is mosi: appreciated,
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If you use EDISON MAZDA Lsmps in your home, the
porch ligh't will cost you very little, for yo\i Icr.ov/ v/ith
. EDISON MAZDA Lamps you can have three times as
much light as you can with old style carbon lamps?ar.-i
Still ase no more electricity.
the savin? and convenience cf theao
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2 convenient small brick
dwellings No. 131 and 133
South Fairfax Street
Cheap to a prompt pur
chaser. Apply to
LAURENCE STABLER
415 Prince Street
COMMERCIAL AND FAflCY
Office Supplies
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ri;ickaellera tr-Q SiatiOKii's,
423 Siag gtr??i
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RAIi ROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of Pa?ionger Trains
Alexandria. Virginia. Tho following sohndule
dgmxa piibliahod as information and not
guaranteed.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD
(Eastern Standard Time.)
South. North.
New York-Memphis
3:27 n.ra Via I'.rMol) 12:18 a.m.
WaHliincttin-Diiaville
7-37 a.m (Local) ft 3:18 p.m.
New York-New Orleans
8:47 a.ni <Vln Atlanta) il :58 p.m.
9:07 a.uiw^Wftali'tiin-Harrlsonbtirjr... 8:13 p.m.
Wnsliinitton-Atianta
0*37 a.m M'oadH'*) 31:13 p.m.
WashinBtou-M.mpUla
2:27 p.ro 'Via UrMnlj <:58 p.m.
Waalilneton-UlrmlnBliam
0.7,7 p at (Via Atlanta) 12:OS p.m.
f.J-t'J jMiK.-Wa-iltloa llarrl-onliuru 11 :i.vi a.m.t
Wa^hinBton-CliarlottcfiTilli;
4:22 p.m.. (I.ocal 1 11:08 a.m.
tr>:22 11.in.. .Wasliinztou-V.'am-aton. 7:33 a.m.t
7:17 p.m.?N. Y.-Antrnxla-AU.'ii.... 7:18a.ui.
Now York-N'-w Orleann
10:02 p.m (Via Hristnl) 7:43 a.m.
10:17 p.m...New York-Atlauta 8:2s a.m.
New York-New Orleans
11:02p.m....... (Via Atlanta) 0:2$ a.m.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN EAUEOAD.
South. North.
New Y<irk-Ta< Ksonvill?
3:3" a.m (A. O. I..) 11:30 p.m.
Washlnstim-Kiehmond
7:33 a.m (I/.raU 12:00 p.m.
?,\ ;v Tork-Atlauta-.Ia<:k.?ouvillc
0-47 a t;i (S. A. L.i 10:13 p.m.
Wr.shinston-l'r I' rickshurs
10:32 a.m (Local! 8:10 a.m.
Wnslilnclon-Kiclimoad
11:47 a.m (Hxpress) ....... 7:30 p.m.
New Yo r k-Ta 1111: a - K1 ? y West
3:32 p.m (A. C. L.) 3:00 p.m.
V/asthiiiBlon-Hielimoad
5:17 p.m (I?eal) ?:37 p.m <S)
Waahlngton-ColumWa-MntMphls
6:17 p.m (S. A. I-.) 12:43 p.m.
N.-nv York-St. JVterahtirii-I'alm Hi-acii
S:07 p.m iS. A. L tl:15 a.m.
; 17 i>.i.|...\Viifc!i.^it.iVt,lit:rB-Tampa 0:O3 p.m.
Hlehamiid-WasiiHinton (expri*r?>J p.m.
Kselimot'i-Wa^hiUKton (loeai) 0:2?5 p.Uj.T
tDaily except Sunday.
8 Kunilty only.
U. E. KAiLROAD ADMIIilSTRATION,
Tiiket Olllcc. UuI'm Station.
Teieplione 37i) After 9 p. m. call 867
FOR HIRE
NEW BUIC'K
Seven Passenger Touring Car
Office Fletcher -AI.otor Co.
D. G. McWhorter
121 Sculli Alfred St., Alexandria, Va.
'y\ ? " .Telephone 835
The Alexandria Mercantile
Agency
'ib South Royal St. Alexandria, Va.
Special correspondents in all parts
of the world. Transfer your old ac
counts from Ledger to bant Honk,
Cchc-rs are getting the:
W. E. BLANK! ? ?
NOTICE
i To the Bondholders of ic^
Company.
| Five thousand dolia - yij
i of this company will - i|!i;
' Fiiv.t National Bank ? r:a,
i Virginia, July i- 1919
- The bonds to be pa. ec*"
e l by lot. Those wh . sire
thair bonds paid rcu - or*
or before June 23rd, - theJ'
may be omitted fron ? S?.^,
J. % M. N' "? stee.

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