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LET THE GAZETTE
Columns
Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
For Results
Wanted?Girls to work in
laundry. Pleasant work.
Applv 1210 Queen Street.
118-tf
WANTED?Men and ladies as sales
men for house to house work. Ad
dress or call 501 Prince Street.
151-4p.
WANTED?Carpenters and Laborers
steady work. Apply to Key Bridge
35th ard 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.
Barnes, 428 North Fayette St.
l50-2p.
Wanted?Experienced counter girls,
Apply at Commissary, Virginia
Ship Building Corp. 147-tf.
Experienced Draftsman in position t.
do estimating for remodeling or
new construction work. Can als
take on a limited amount of sketch
ing and tracing for rush work. Ad
dress Box 50 care of Gazette Of
fice. ?
For Rent?Six rotfms, four of which
are furnished and suitable for l.ght
housekeeping and two unfurnished
Apply to 424 North Peyton Street
151-4ip.
? 1 f
FOR RENT?Attractive furnished I
ard unfurnished city and suouv-1
ban hemes, short -and long ten- j
\ancy terms. M. L. Horner, 01? j
King street, Phcne GOO. 148-7c I
FOR RENT?Unfurnished rooms 2 i
cr three for light housekeeping,;
second floor front, electric' lights. |
Call after 5 or on Sunday. 9!!1!
King Street. 151-2p. J
Store house for rent, also tents
wanted. F. Beattie. 151-5^ ,
?- '
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Wanted?1 or 5 unfurnished rooms or ?
house. Address H. S. Freeman,!
South Washington, Va. 149-3p.
Buttcrine and egg route with
steady customers. For saa\ cheap
for cash. Can make $100 weekly
profit within short time. Good op
portunity? for man without experi
ence, and very little capital. A. B. C.
Gazette Office. 149-Sp
FOR RENT?Large front bed room,
electric lijrhts and bath. Good lo
cation. Refined gentlemen only.
215 North Columbus Street.
i50-2p.
por Sate?'Motorcycle engine, <''1?
South Fairfax Street. l49-3p.
For Sale?Well bred GO to 80 pound
pigs, and a few brood sows. Col'.en
der Conrad Co., Phone 77S wG.
149-3p.
FOR SALE?Eight room brick
electric lights, gas and c?al range,
concrete cellar. Property in ex
cellent condition. Location. 221
South Pitt street. Trice, $5,750
Graham & Ogden. 123-tfc
FOR SALE?In Rosemont. brick six
rocms. bath and sleeping porch
s clcctricitv. and hot wate.
heat. Large lot. possession
?riven Julv 15. Apply M. L. IIoi
mr, 612 Kir'g street. Phone GOO.
118-tf.
Furniture For Sale?At o2 East
Maple Street, dining room, bed
room and living room set.^ r
good condition. "**
Gillette Safety Tires, chilled rub
ber process. 6,000 miles guaranteed.
Vicx. Auto Supply, 104 South Wash
149-lc
FOR SALE?One Ford truck ar.j
one ton Buick truck. Dicker?err.'.
Garage. 113-117 South Pitt St.
l50-3p.
FOR SALE.?1018 Maxwell five pas
senger louring car in the best of
condition, etxra tire, extra wheel,
top cover, hood cover, and vrc
cover. Apply ^ Prince St
l50-2p. _____
FOR SALE-Reo Six. 7 passenger.
Dickenson's Garags, ILwli ^UU1
Pitt street. lnl-vp
For Sale?1913 Hudson speedster,
perfect condition, spot light, cut out
extra tire and chains, etc. Run 4,000
Miles $2,000. to quick buyer.
Fletcher Motor Co. 148-Gp.
FOR SALE?Fire wood for sale.
-Apply at the Naval Torpedo
Plant.
Im.t Sale?Three houses 321-323-32 '
North Columbus Street. Apply 33]
North Columbus Street. 151-1p |
LOST?'Strayed away from Rcse
mont Saturday evening a small
brindle Boston bull terrier. Re
ward if .returned to Burke and
Herbert banking1 house. l50-3c.
Fyund?Two small Corbin keys. Call
at Postal Telegraph Office, 127
King street.
151-lp.
BEFORE SPENDING YOUR Money
upon some expensive kero
fctne stove, see first the inexpen
sive but very effective kerosene
gas burner to be used in place of
coal in your cook stove or heaters.
It saves you a large coal bill. Also
kerosene mantle lamps of the1
highest grade are to be had. Ad
dress or call evening at 501 Princ
Street. 151-2p.
Schedule Changes New Train Service.
Southern Railroad.
Effective Saturday, June 28, Trair
No. 7 will leave Alexandria at 3:07
P. M., Saturdays only, for Harrison
burg a::d intermediate points west of
Manassas. Train No. 21 leaving Alex
andria at 4:12 P. M., will operat"
daily exccpt Saturday and Sunday.
151-3c.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. J. Hayes wishes to announvc
that she will sell at greatly rc-duce:l
prices all of her spring hats. 151-2p
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
MUTUAL ICE COMPANY BONDS.
The following of the Mutual Icc
Company bonds have been drawn fo*
payment at the First National Bank
July 1. 1910, at which date interest
will cease.
Nos. 1. 21 and 31. 81.000 denominatior
Ncs. 13, 53. 58, $500 denomination
Nes. 7. 51, 78, 96, 112, $100 denomina
tion.
J. K. M. NORTON.
l*?0-5p. Trustee
Building Estimator ? Estimates,
sketches and tracings made on re
modeling work. Small jobs given
special attention. Address 50 care
cf Gazette Office. 151-lp.
NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS
Owing to the high cost of labor and
; H' money we are spending for ef
ficiency in on work we are forced to
change cur prices on two piece suits
from $1.2"i to $1.50 Commencing the
1st of July.
Sanitary Pressing Co.. 002 King St..
"Irme Tailoring Co., 903 King St..
Palace Pressing Parlor. 307 King St
151-5t.
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 partnei
of Aitcheson & Bro., Bankrupt. No.
171 In Bankruptcy.
On Saturday, June 2Sth, 1919, at
12 o'clock noon I will offer for sale
at public auction in front of the
Royal Street entrance to the Market
flcuse, in the City of Alexandria, Vir
ginia, to the highest bidder for cash
;he following enumerated property ir
?.he above entitled cause, and bein;.:
ihe residue of ihe property yet io be
iisposed of, io-wit:
? Approximately 2 1-2 acres of unim
proved land near Robey's Station.
Fairfax County, Virginia.
An undivided equitable interest in
? sub-division of one-half acre near
Hyat'sville, Maryland.
Irtorest in open accounts hitherto
uncollected. * * ?
Above property belongs to the Es
tate of Aitcheson & Brotner.
ROBINSON MONCURE,
i 141-l3c Trustee in Bankruptcy.
AUCTION SALE
By S. H. Lunt. Auctioneer.
Auction Sale?Sale of desirable
Apartment House known as Jthe
"Rosemont Apartment'' located on the
South side of Duke S:reet between
Royal and Pitt Streets, Alexandria,
Virginia.
By virtue of and pursuant to the
terms cf a deed of trust dated Octo
ber IS, 1918, executed by the Rose
mont Development Company, Incor
porated, a corporation, to Robinson
Moncure, as trustee, and of record
in Deed Book 67, at page 287 of the
land records cf Alexandria City, Vir
ginia, and at the request and di
rection of the party secured by the
said deed of trust, the undersigned
Trustee will offer for sale at public
auction^in front of the Roy2i Street
entrance to the Markc-t House, in
Alexandria City, Virginia on
SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, 1910
at 12 o'clock M., that parcel oi
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 oi
the southeast intersection of Duki
anil Pitt Streets, and running thence
aast on Duke street 83 feet 5 inches,
mere or less; thence south parallel
with Pitt Street 102 feet to a court
or alley IS feet wide; thence West
en said Court of Alley and parallel
.vith Duke Street S3 reet inches,
mere or less, and thence north paral
lel with Pitt Street 102 reet to ttit
beginning, with right or way eve:
said alley in common with others en
ritled thereto, and be'ng the same
real estate which was conveyed to
the Rosemont Development Company.
Incorporated, by Harrfe Fitzhugl
Wheat, widower, by deed dated Dec
omber 7. 1911, and recorded among
the land records of said City in Deed
Book Xo. 61 at page 459, and beini*
known as I\os 412 and 414 Dukt
Street.
The said land is improved by u
handsome brick apartment house.
Terras of Sale?Cash. Conveyanc
ng at the cost of the purchaser or
purchasers.
ROBINSON MONCURE,
L39-15tc Truster
AUCTION SALE.
By Samuel II. Lunt, Auctioneer
Auction Sale?Sale of a desirable
Modern brick dwelling house 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 date;! October
11, 1913, exe'eued by Frank L. Slay
maker and wife, and Alexander
Suter and wife to Richard C'. L. Mon
cure, as trustee, and of record in deed
bock No. 63 at pa?e 169 of the lair!
records of Alexandria City, Virginia,
at the request and direction of the
pr.rty thereby secured, default hav
ing been made in the payment cf the
indebtedness secured by the said deed
cf trust the undersigned trustee wiil
offer for sale at public auction, in
front of the Royal Street entrance
to the market house, in Alexandria
City. Virginia, on
SATURDAY, JULY 5lh, 1913
ii 12 o'clock M.. that parcel of ground
with the improvements thereon and
thi- rppurteuances thereto belonging
located cn the* west side of Tilt
Street bet-veen Queon and Princes*?
Streets. Alexandria City, Virginia,
and bounded as follows, to-wit:
Bejrinr.in.sr at a point on the west
side of Pitt Street 4S feet more or
less north cf the center of the square
b?J ween Queen and Princess Streets,
and at the center of tne partition wall
between the brick dwelling house on
this lot and the one adjoinir.tr on the
south, and rimming thence north on
Pitt Street 1(> feet G inches, more or
!??.-, to and including the north wall
of the house on this lot; thence west
parallel to Princcss Street SO feet to
an alley 10 feet wide; thence south
on said alley the length of the firs'.
!ir..: and thence er.=t in a direct line
parallel with Princess Street to the
point oif beginning, with right cf
way over said alley, and being the
northernmost one of three brick dwel
ling houses erected in a row by
Thomas 0? Rawlett and Lena M. Raw
lett, his wife, and being the same 1'ot
or parcel of grojindt which was de
rived from Thomas C. Rawlett and
Lena M. Rawlett, his wife by deed
dated October llth. 1913.
Terms of Sale?CASH. Conveyanc
ing at ihc- cost of the purchaser or
purchasers.
RICHARD C. L. MONCl'RE, -
146-13c Trustee.
?
A XXOUN C EM ENT
Columbia Bedding1 Company has
opened a mattress factory and is
new ready to renovate box springs,
mattresses, piiiows 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. l33-26t
WOULD LET PRIESTS WED
Czecho-SIovak Catholics Also In Peti- j
tion Ask Use of Their Lan
guages in Liturgy.
Far-reaching and important changes
arc- sought for the Czecho-SIovak
Catholics by nearly 500 Roman Catho
i:c priests of congregations in this
new republic and in other places.
These changes are embodied in a nor
mal pstition to the Pope. Within a
few days a committee of priests
chosen by those who signed the docu
ment will proceed to Rome to plead
their cause. The move is not only of
r'-oat interest to Catholics generally
throughout the world but of vital im
portance in connection with future
Catholic church work among the Slav
onic people.
The abolition of celibacy among
the priests and the use of the Czecho
slovak languages instead cf Latin in
the liturgy are among the vital poiftts
urged in the petition. The priests, ir
brief, ask for the same rights an '
privileges as are now enjoyed' by the
priests and members of the Ruthen
'an rite cf the Roman Catholic church
''j which the Ukrainian congregation
undsr Archbishop Szeptycki belong.
The petition sets forth that the
signers are loyal to the Holy Sec, r.n-1
that their move does not signify dis
cord or any desire for separation. It
declares that the changes asked for
will strengthen the church among the'
Czech o-Slovaks, prevent disaffectior
among the people, make possible f
greater extension of Catholicism
imong the various Slavonic nations,
such as the Russian, and bring about
a closer relationship between them
TAKE FORTY GALLON STILL
Prohibition Officers and Alleged Boot
leggers Have Pitched Battle
For Fifteen Minutes
The-destruction of a forty gallon
still located in the Cape Henry De
sert by prohibition inspectors, and
the confiscation of 369 pints and
eighty-four^quarts of whisky, and
the arrest of twelve people, was re
ported to Prohibition Commissioner
pQters yesterday by operatives work
ing in Norfolk and in that vicinity.
According to the report, a number
cf bootleggers who were working the
rlill whrn the officers approached,
openc-d fire, and a battle lasting fif
teen minutes, in which a large num
ber cf shots were fired by both sides
took place before the whisky mak
ers were put to flight. The -;tiil
destroyed by the officers was of the
forty gallon type and made of cop
per. iXcne of the men who had
been operating the outfit were cap
tured .
SIGHTS BODY OK YOUTH
Friends Belibve Arthur B. June*
Leaped Into River With
Suicidal Intent
Fredericksburg,. Ya., June 2-r?.?
The body of Arthur B. Jones, aged
22 years, who disappeared from his
home here early last Friday morn
ir7. was found Monday night in the
Rappahannock River about five miles
below Freedricksburg. He had been
in a melancholy state- for some time,
and it is supposed he committed
suicide by jumping in the river at
the steamhopt wharf here.
The body was sighted by parties
on the steamer Middlesex as it came
up the river late last evening, and
the fact was reported to the officers,
who went, down and identified the
body, which was brought here for
burial, the funeral taking place to
i day. The unfortunate young man i
survived by his mother. Mrs. II. W
McCaullcy.
MAY BE IN JULY PAGEANT
Aiiied Commander-in-Chief Accepts
the Invitation of Georgetown
University
Ferdinand Foch, marshal of th'-'
?.?rmies cf France and commander-in
,*hief of the allied forces, may take
part in the great peace celebration in
Washington July 4, which will he
-?.aged jointly by the nations of the
world.
Marshal Foch has been invited by
Georgetown University, of which his
brother is a member of the faculty,
to come and accept in person a sword
the university wishes to present to
h;m He has expressed a willingness
to come and had peace been settled
sooner, would have been in Washing
ton or. June 28. Tt now is hoped h'
will decide to accompany President
Wilson to America.
WAVES OF SUICIDES
Paris, June 2-ii?A wave of sui
cides throughout Germany is looked
fcr as a result of th Bauer govern
,mints unconditional acceptance of
th. peace treaty.
7r. Lorraine numerous Germans
kil'cd themselves <-n learning tho
news of Germany's decision. L'ln
transigeant learns today.
Used Car Bargains .
Model 80 Overland $509.00 ?
One Studebaker Roadster 650 00
Model 83 Overland 450.00 1
Chevrolet Six Speedster 550.00
Ford Touring- (1917) 325.00
Terms if desired
THE AERO AUTO COMPANY
1101 King St. Phone 820.
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BURKE & HERBERT, Banker*
Established 1852
High Grade Investment Bonds 1st Mortgages on
Real Estate
Deposits Received Subject to Check 3 per cent, paid
on Savings Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Letters of Credit and Travelers Express Cheques.
Established 1811 by Jas. F. Carlin
MUli?d?l ailU JL5WMO,
Successors to Carlin-Hulfish Co.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE
Doors and Window Screens, Grain Cradles, Rubber Roofing,
Genuine Alalia Plows and Plates, Kay Rakes, Barb "Wire.
' 313-315 KING STREET
Alexandria, Ya.
Worth Hulfish, Pres. David X. Ilullish, Secy.
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RAILROAD SCHEDULE'
Arrival Ei'J Departure of Paster-fccr Trut
Alctandrin. Virginia. Tho following sched;..
fl^ures ;<ubli?bod as mfcrmauon and in
guaranteed.
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FOR HIRE
NEW IiUlCK
Seven I'asscnger Touring Car
Office Fletcher Motor Co.
IJ. G. McWhorter
,-.:j South Alfred St-. Alexandria, \
?lit-j,. :? : j .Telephone S35 .
The Alexandria Ivlercanti!
Agency
Ho South Royal St. Alexandria, \
Special correspondents in all p:. ?
?~f the world. Transfer your old ;
counts from Loiter to bank bo
Ctl.crs are getting theirs.
\Y. E. BLANKENSIUI*.
INVEST YOUR
IDLE MONEY
In fir.2 building lots close to
city of Alexandria, in-Del V
ar.u . .. VArr.'j, Alexandria Co..
Ait. Ver::: i Electric Lin<;. 1
range from $200 to $300 and .
close to Vernon Uoujev
' S;;i i 'on E;:sy Terms.
JOHN I). XORM0YLI
ICeal Estate, Loans anrr Insurar. .
Alexandria, Ya.

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