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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. \18-tf WANTED?Men and ladies as sales men for house to house work. Ad dress or call 501 Prince Street. 151-4p. WAJNiTED?One waitress at 1111 Or ncc street, white or colored. N. M. iLauer. 152-lp. WANTED?Carpenters and Laborers, steady work. Apply to Key Bridge 35th and Water Streets, N. W., Washington, D. C. Wanted?Young man to clerk in gro cery store. Alexandria Market Co., 115-117_ North Royal street. 152-lp. Salesmen Wanted?To solicit orders ' for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Ad dress The Lennox Oil and Paint Co. Cleveland,- Ohio. 152-lp Wanted?Experienced counter girls. Apply at Commissary, Virginia Ship Building Corp. 147-tf. FOR RENT-?An apartment or sb rcom house, furnished. In Rose mcnt, all modern conveniences. Elcctric range. Apartment Ga zette Office. 152-2p. For Rent?Six rooms, four of which are furnished and suitable for ligh. housekeeping and two unfurnished Apply to 424 North Peyton Street 151-4p. For Rent?I cool unfurnished room:: for light house keeping, 2 on first floor and 2 on third floor. Cheap. Apply 212 South Pitt Street. 152-li | FOR RENT?Attractive furnish**;1 and unfurnished city and subur ban hemes, short and long t(-r. ?an'cy terms. M. L. Horner, G12 King street, Phone 600. 148-Tc FOR RENT?Unfurnished rooms 2 or three for light housekeeping, second floor front, electric lights. Call after 5 or on Sunday. 91f; King Street. 151-2p. Store houcfr for rent, also tents cace lor _ wanted, ^^peattie. 151-3( light room brick as and c(,al range, fr. Property in ex ion. Location. 221 street. Price, ?5,750. )gden. 123-tfc. FOR SA Rosemont, brick six rooms, bath ard sleeping porch, gas, electricity. and hot water heat. Large lot. possession given July 15. Apply M. L. Hor ner. 012 Kir.g street. Phone (>00. 148-tf. FOR SALE?Or.e Ford truck and cne ton Buick truck. DiekersonV Garage, ll3-117s, South Pitt St. 150-3p. For Sale?A new four room bunga low in Dcd Ray. Va., all modern conveniences. Inquire C'has. E. Schrinpf, Del Ray. Va. 152-3p. For Sale?Baby high chair and lulla by bed. Apply at No. 11 Carlyle Apartment. 152-2p. Fir Sale?Child's folding cart ?2. stove anthracite burner $S. both in excellent condition. 124 North Pat rick street, phone 957-J. 152-lp. FOR SAT.T,?Rco Six. 7 passenger. Dickerson's Garage, 113-117 South Pitt street. 151-3p For Sale?1 Ford Touring car. 1917. $340 cash. 400 Franklin street. 152-2p. For Sale?101S Hudson speedster, perfect condition, spot light, cut out extra tire and chains', etc. Run 4.000 Miles to quick buyer. Fletcher Motor Co. 148-Cp. SANITARY FISH MARKET will have or. vali tomorrow and bal ance of week: f. sii me.ekcval. large fi tter fish, bass, largo -art! med'uni Jersey crab flakes nr.d clam?. Vlvr.e "35. Oucr till S p. n:. City Mark-t. Stall No. 2. 151-2p. FOR SALE?Fire wood for sale. Apply at the Naval Torpedo Plant. I.OST?Strayed away from Rose mor.t Saturday evening a small br indie Boston buill terrier. Re ward if returned to Burke and Herbert banking house. l50-3c. POTOMAC FISH COMPANY will ?have on sale tomorrow and bal ance of week; Jersey trout. Jer sey butter fish, rock, white perch, ?sea bass, catfish, mackerel, floun ders, steak cod, clams, crab meat', turtles, hard shell crabs, and water melons. C. H. Ziminc-rman. proprietor. Phone 198. 151-2p. 1 wish to purchase a second hand baby carriage in good condition. J. I.. G. Care of Gazette Office. 152-2p BEFORE SPENDING YOUR Money upon some expensive kero sene 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 the* highest grade are to be had. Ad orers or call evening at 501 Prince Street. 151-2p. Schedule Changes New Train Service Southern Railroad. Effective Saturday, June 28, Trair. Xo. 7 will leave Alexandria at 3:0" P. M., Saturdays only, for Harrison - burg and intermediate points west cf Manassas. Train No. 21 leaving Alex r.ndria at 4:12 P. M., will opeiv.t daily except Saturday and Sunday. 151-3c. The First National Bank Alexandria, Virginia. At a meeting of the Board of Di rectors held this day a dividend of .ix per cent was declared, payable or. or after July 1st, 1319. GEO. E. WARFIELD, 152-lc. Cashier. NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF MUTUAL ICE COMPANY BONDS. The following of the Mutual Ir Company bonds have been drawn fo payment at the First National Bank. July 1. 1919, at which date ir.teres! will cease. Ncs. 1, 21 and 31, $1,000 denomination Ncs. 13. 53. 58, $500 denomination Nos. 7. 51, 7S, 9<>, 112, $100 denomina tion. J. K. M. NORTON, 150-5p. Trustee. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. J. Hayes wishes to announce that she will sell at greatly reduce;! prices all of her spring hats. 151-2p NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS Owing to the high cost of labor and the money we are spending for ef ficiency in. on work we are forced to change cur prices on two piece suits, from $1.25 to $1.50 Commencing the 1st of July. Sanitary Pressing Co., (102 King St.. Heme Tailoring Co., 903 King St., Palace Pressing Parlor, :J07 King St. 151-5t. PUBLIC SALE By S. II. Lunl, Auctioneer In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. In the matter of Robt. P.. A itches on individually, and as surviving partner of Aitcheson <fc Bro., Bankrupt. No. 371 In Bankruptcy. On Saturday, June 2Sth, 1919, ai 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 <jf Alexandria, V?r- \ 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 cf unim proved land near Robey's - Station. Fairfax County, Virginia. An undivided equitr.Mo interest in i sub-division of one-half acre near Hyp.tfsville. Maryland. Interest in open accounts hitherto uncollected. Above property belongs to the Es tate of Aitcheson & Erotner. ROBINSON MONCl'RE. 141-lSc Trustee in Bankruptcy 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 Royal and Pitt Streets, Alexandria, Virginia. By virtue of 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 Robinson Moncure, as ti'ustee, and of repord in Deed Book G7, at page 287 of the land records of 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 Roysl Street entrance tu the Market House, in Alexandria City, Virginia on SATURDAY, JUNE 2Sth, 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 cf Duke Street 52 feet east oi the southeast intersection of Duke and Pitt Streets, and running thence east 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; ther.ce West cn said Court of Alley and parallel A'ith Duke Street 83 feet ?'? inches, more or less, and thence north paral lel with Pitt Street 102 reet to the beginning, with right or way eve; said allej in common with others en titled ' thereto, and be'ng the same real estate which was conveyed tc the Rosemont Development Company. Incoi'porated, by Harr'ie Fitzhugl Wheat, widower, by deed dated Dec ember 7, 1911, and recorded among .he land records of said City in Deed 3cok No. 61 at page -iriO, and beinc> known as Wos 412 and 41*1 Duke Street. The said land is improved by & handsome brick apartment house. Terms of Sale?Cash. Ccnveyanc ;'ng at the cost of the purchaser c; purchasers. Robinson moncure, 139-1.5 tc Trustee* AUCTION SALE. By Samuel N. Lunt, Auctioneer Auction Sale?Sale of a desirable Modern brick dwelling house with im provements, known as No. 322 North i'iti Street, Alexandria, Virginia. By virtue of and pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust date:! October ?1. 1913, execued by Frank L. Slay maker and wife, and Alexander Suier and wife to Richard C. L. 3Ion cure, as trustee, and of record in deed book No. (>3 at page 109 of the lam! records of Alexandria City, Virginia, at the request and direction of the parly thereby secured, default hav ing been made in the payment of tlic indebtedness sccured by the said deed of trust the undersigned trustee will offer for sale at public auction, in front cf the Royal Street entrance to the market house, in Alexandria City. Virginia, on SATURDAY, JULY 5th, 19J9 :;t 12 o'clock M., that parcel of ground with the improvements thereon and the r ppurteuanees thereto belonging located on the west side of Pitt Street hetiween Queen ami Princes? Streets, Alexandria City, Virginia. ?;nd bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the west sire of Pitt Street 48 feet more or less r.Vi".h cf the center of the square ? ?etween Queen and Princess Street.-, and at. the center cf tne partition wall between the brick dwelling house on this lot and the one adjoining on the south, and running thence north cn Pitt Street 1(1 feet fi inches, more or less, to and including the north wali of the house on this lot: thence west parallel io Princess Street SO feet to j an alley 10 feet wide; thor.ee south | on said alley the length of the first I line; and thence east in a direct line parallel with Princess Street to the poir.'t o? 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 C. Rawlett and Lena M. Raw Ictt. his wife, and being the same lot cr pared of groundr which was de rived from Thomas C. Rawlett and Lena II. Rawlett, his "wife by deed dated October 1.1th. 1013. Terms cf Sale?CASH. Conveyanc ing at the cost of the purchaser or purchasers. RICHARD C. L. MONCURE, 1-1(1-13c Trustee. ANNOUNCEMENT Columbia Bedding Company has opened a mattress factory and is r.o'.v ready to renovate box springs, mattresses, piilows 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. l32-26t / TREATY GUARANTEE OF WAR Senaior Borah Declares Ireland. Korea and Egypt Should Have Been Freed. Washington, June 2o.?Discussion of the peace treaty and the League of Nations developed in the Senate dur ing consideration of the Army ap propriation bill. Senator Borah (Republican), Idaho declared the treaty was "aa guaran tee of war." He said the "acid test'' of the document was not its applica tion of the principle of self-determi nnticn tc the people of enemy coun tries l-ut to peoples dominated by th : Allies. Ireland, Korea and Egypt, Senator Bcrah asserted, should have been given independence. ; I am not criticising the President for what he failed to do," said Mr Borah. "He was prevented by the imi erialistic designs of the European nntiens with which he was associated "There is no doubt that the senti ment of America included Ireland Mr. Borah spoke in reply to Sena tor Thomas (Democrat), Colorado, who declared partisan politics was in volved in the Borah resolution .re cently adopted by the Senate, re I questing a hearing at the Peace Con ference for representatives of the Provisional Irish Republic. FAINTS AFTER GRILLING Forced to Answer Questions About Marriage At Libel Trial Mt. Clemens, Mich., June 20.?A pathetic incident delayed yesterday's session of the Henry Ford-Chicage Daily Tribune libel suit. Mrs. Ernest Prall, after an embarrassing cross examination, fainted as she rushed from the court room and fell across the doorway. Her husband, who had just beer, sworn, and others, rushed to her aid and a recess of fifteen min ute's was taken. Mrs. Prall testified Monday that for a month after her huslband, a Ford employee, went South with the Na tional Guai-d. she and her children . uffsred greatly from want. On cross-examination by Alfred J Murnhy yesterday, she was asked the date of her marriage. <;I won't answer; I didn't come her" ?o talk of my family affairs," she sc>i bcd. Mr. Murphy insisted and finally made the quivering girl's story plain She was weeping when she left th? stand and a moment later as her hu;:? band's testimony started, she fainted. WINNIPEG STRIKE ENDS .Men Gained Nothing By Six-Weeks Agitation Winnipeg, Man., June 2(>.?After renrly six weeks of industrial strife. Winnipeg's general sympathetic strike has l>eer. called off. Shortly before midnight the central >trike committee came to an agree ment to order all men back to work led ay exactly six weeks from the lime it was called. Similar announcements came from Calgary and Edmonton, Alta. where strikes had been called in sympathy with the Winnipeg walkout. The pre dlc'ibn also was made by strike lead ers in Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.. that the sympathetic strikes in these cities would be called off to hy or tomorrow. According to the announcement, the calling off of the strike is uncor.di ' tional. Conferences of labor leader? yesterday with Premier Norris of Manitoba and other provincial of ficials failed to obtain any conces sions. DENIED BY AMERICANS No Grrund for Intimation of V. S. Overriding I.loyd George's Plea Paris, June iN.?An authorized denial was made in a hiirh American source yesterday that there was any truth in an intimation made in the British Hov.se of Commons Tuesday by Horatio Bottomley. Independent member from South Hackney and editor of John Bull; respecting the disposition of the German war fleet. Mr. Bottomley's intimation was that President Wilson had overruled the plea of Premier Lloyd George that the German ships should be surrendered instead of interned. FACING BIG STRIKE Berlin, June 'JO.?Germany is raccd with, a nation wide railroad strike for higher wages. At the Corlitz Station. Berlin, service has been stopped in bclh directions.. The lireslau service has been badly in terrupted. The government is negotiating in' an endeavor to halt the strikes which are largely the outcome of . Ccmmun:=t:c propaganda. BURKE & HERBERT, Bankers Established 1S52 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. Successors to Carlin-Huifish Co. WHOLESALE HARDWARE ])oors and Window Screens, Crain Cradles, Rubber Roofing. Genuine .Malta Plows and Plates, Hay Hakes, IJarb Wire. ' 313-315 KING STREET Alexandria, Va. Worth Ilullish, Pres. David N. Ilultish/Seey. -? -- :..Vr: 'ruvV ? MVkt.vsCi'o a tra i v ?w; F! W o A M k 'S o T J 3 i Jl i ix i ? u t i N C a Fart oi ? ^ * fl ? Cl. L iLi.1I J vl. ijj.!'.v!it Z -i r. eiuily fanned Building and improving j \ty'\ hi LUMBER FLOORING SIDING CEILING MOULDINGS DOORS SASH BLINDS LATHS SHINGLE? BUILDING LIME PORTLAND CEMENT WALL PLASTER PREPARED ROOFINGS TERRA COTI A FIFE AND EVERYTHING FOP. BUILDING BUT THE HARDWA RE IA y * *!' o o ?IP ?J (( c ?u * j & ? ! 5 1 i j & I 3 W. A. SMOOT a CO , Inc. I i alexandria. VIEGJNiA i \ ? j } !g5l lumber and- euUng ^aiek^s! For Sale 2 convenient small brie' dwellings No. 131 and U' | South Fairfax Stree' Cheap to a prompt pu: chaser. Apply to | LAUREN CE STABLE: | 415 Prince Street COfflffiRClAL AND FARCY STATIONERY Office Supplies S. ?. DYSOB & BRO SonJtxeltevs aad ??' UfirliN >'.tX0?? V J2?<i EiiiWM CO, .si VcVjfc" '?&> ? c*i '.'Mia':.-!; *i'a?& at:/ ?V. => fS.-lS. ??.*'?. "6.t?, 8 v8.5?, 7.9J. ?7.i3 7.20, *1 - ;: 'Mr,. ?-7.:<>, *7.55. s.oo, *s i;<.:?<> f;.4J. o.od, 2.20. * ? \j*. it.?*. 11.33 ix.uc, it.?< :?? 54, 12.?*. 12 40, i.se, ; : .is. i.?i. l.i*. r.OJ, 3.16. 2.2*. s.' ? if Ms. g.o*. s.itf, a.:?*'?. s.srf, ? 4. v0. -I.K 4.80 t.-iS. 4 ? . ;?*. t.:r, f.;,\ z.sc, ?.*&. n.se. e ? It. '.Si, 6.S9. ?.i0 e..sc. 7 00. V ii. S.IS. S.^?, 3.it, i * ? St. a.i?. '.0.43. iS.SC, 2-J.4I, 1J. ? . ??<-- a 3. i- ,i .~*5 It trs ?&?. ?.'oh?f&7?. ..?? ?am(?.;??>6. liix, ? <- ! .ViiiU.rj." ?*?./ v?3rpi?. . ? J .*3, $.M V.5I5, R.ss. g ' icr. 11.Sf >;? ?, :.s# s -:s <.??. i ? SS, *.**. T.25 JJ.SlJ. v .'(> t?.?. J". ' RAILROAD SCHEDULE: Ar.lvnl r.r<! Si lariiire of iner Tra! ? Alexandria. Vif.-uala. T'us foilow..:? tchada Cpurrs published ci iz.formf-.tica and at. guaranteed. SOUTHERN EAIIEOAD (?a- ;?-rn Stamitru Time.) South. Nort): New Tnrlc^fornphii! 3:27 a.n Via i:ric.?l) 12:13 ?.;? Wasliin,-:'>ii-:)?!ivllli> 7:37 u.m ir.i. iil) 3:lS p.f New V'ck-Ni-v. Orleans 9:47 a.m... . <vin Atlanta) ?il:S8 p.i* ?J:07 a.ai...\Vi^li'l<in-Iiiirrisi.iil)iirir... 8:13 y.f. '?Vasiiinstui-Atlanta 0:37 a.in H'na !:? -i 11:13 p.i: 2.27 p.m (Via liriftol) 4:38 p.i? '.Vusliiiision-Itir.' liutrliurr* 2:.'7 p. ("iiii Alinii'a; 12:08 p. i p.m. . I.-tr; I 11:03 a.in ? V,':i ?;ilnu:o:: ; ?5:2 J p.in (: > 11:08 a.I t.V.22 p.m... Wjir-lilni:l??i:- W-irr- iiton. 7:3:1 u.m. 7.17p.n;.-N. Y. At": i-A.l r:.... 7:18a.m New Y?ik-X. '.<? <?rJ?-aum 10:02 p.m (Via Jsr:-t?il) 7:43 a.u 10:17 p.ia...Kcw York-Atlanta 8:2* a.r. N \: Y< rk-Xe;v fi'Ieani "?l;02p.m (Via Athuila) 0:28 a.n> WASHINGTON .50j TILES:. EAIXEOAD. Sou tli. Nort I Now Turk-.Tin l:-!nnvill0 8:3." a.m i A. C. I 11:30 p.m \VH>liii!f - n-l:ii'hnjcad 7:.'i." o.m (Loral) 12:00 p.c. New York-.Vtl:i:.ii!-J:u kvonvilli: 0:47 n i:i (S. A. L.) 10:15 JJl Wuiibincton-r 'i rick.vhur/; 10".' 2 a.:n 8:10 a.in W"asl:iii-#i.-ia Iti'-imiond 11:17 a.m fll.snro i 7:00 p.u. New Yi.rk-Tamp: -Key Went 3:32 p.m <A. t'. L.) 3:0O p.i. Wushiiu'ton-nichmond 5:17 p.in K:37 p.m (X U'usliin;;tiiM C?!tim!ii:t-Memp!ili? 0:17 p.rn (S. A. !..) 12:4.1 p.n. Xi v- York-St. 1 VtorslMir^-I'alm Jii'acti S:rt7 p.m <S. A. T 0:in a.n> t?: 17 p.m...'Wiivii.-St.Pot'ldirc-'l'auipa p.m Iticiimond-Waxlilii^ton <? ? )????? 3:28 p.m loc!iiii<iuti-\Va.sliiu;tuu flocal) 0:20 p.m. tDaily ?>ici-pt. Sunday. fc S-indiiy only. 77. S. RAILROAD ADMIIN ISTEATI0N, Tieket Utllee. Union Matin::. Telephone :i7i> After 9 p. ni. call i; roil HIRE NEW BL'ICK Seven I'assenger Touring Car Office Fletcher Motor Co. D. G. McWhortcr 121 South Alfred St.. Alexandria, A mmm ?s The Alexandria Mercanl.' Agency 111) South Royal Si. Alexandria, ^ Special correspondents in all p;. cf the world. Transfer your old ; counts from Ledger to hank b Others are getting theirs. W. !?:. !ILAXKEXSI!II\ INVEST YOUR IDLE MONEY In fine building lots close to city cf Alexandria, in Del ! and i. Elmo, A' -^ar. Irla Mt. Virr/ir. Electric Line. 1 ranc'- from $200 to and ci ro Mt. Vorr.on Hoiilew ::on Easy Terms. JOHN D. NORMOYLK lie:-.', liatate. Loans antf Iiiiura: Alexandria, Va.