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?>'?*?* ' tEt' THE GAZE
Classified Columns
j Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Seli Anything Call No. 7
For Results
Wanted?Girls to work in
laundry. Pleasant work.
Applv 1210 Queen Street.
118-tf
D. BENDHEIM & SONS have seve
ral .openings in various depart
ments for experienced salesladies.
Gcod wages paid to satisfaction
girJs. Apply to Manager. 1G4-3C.
WANTED?Union frame makers and
bcnch hands. $5.50 for eight hours.
Apply Barber & Ross, Milhv'ork
Department; 5th and V Sts., N. E.,
Washington, D. C. 15G-7c.
COOK WANTED at once. Apply at
Central Lunch Room, 517 King
Street. 163-Gc.
Salesman Wanted in this territory
for quick selling fire extinguisher.
Operates by compressed air. No
pumping. Every home, factory and
auto owner needs them. Liberal
commissions and exclusive terri
tory. Apply in forenoon Nu-Ex Fire
Applian'ce Co., 734 8th Street. N.
W., Washington, D. C. lG2-7p
POSITION W A N T E D?Position
wanted as collector after hours.
Address J. C., care of Gazette Of
fice. ItW-lp.
FOR RENT?Three gaiages comer
of Oronoco and Payne streets. Ap
ply 43-1 North Payne street.
IGG-Gp.
FOR RENT?Five room apartment
at 204 North Washington street.
?Call GOG Queen street. lGG-2p.
roil RENT?Three furnished rooms
for rent, hot water, gas and elec
tric lights. Call between (> and
&oVn^A?artmcnt 5' 214.^??.h
FOR RENT?Furnished bedxocm in
Rcemont. gentleman prn ferml
Apply No. 9, Cedar street afte:
(>.30 p. m. 162-Cc
Room Wanted?By shipyard employe
Must give particulars. Address
"Room" care of Gazette. 102-5p
WANTED?Two or three furnished
rccms with board by young man
with infant and nurse, near Mount
Vernon or any other quiet place.
Address 'SN" care of Gazette Of
fice. lU5-3p.
FOR SALE?King, eiaht cylinder,
electric lights," self starter and
good tires., A bargain.. S. O.
Oswald, 127 ?puth Fairfax street.
16Q-6p. f
FOR SALE?At Potomac, V:i.. R
room house, electric lights^ : n !
modern bath rccm. Front and rear
]torches, stable and garage, larir:
chicken house. Lot 50x13~? fe ?*
Owned by J. D. Knight. Key nr-:
coor at Mrs; McDonald's on Lloy i
Avenue. 1G1-<U i
FOR SALE?1017 Studcbaker tour
ing four cylinder. Coid tires. A
real bargain at S7C0. Mt. Ver
non Auto Co.. 115 North Si. As
aph street. 165-3p.
FOR SALE?One Allen five pns.-en
uer touring ear in good condition.
Will sell cheap to quick buyer.
Apply to 17.'!l New Jersey Ave- j
nue. Northwest. * 164-op.
FOR QUICK SALE?Two work
hc:ses. two wagons, two sets
single harness, eh rap. 110 North
Columbus street, phone 244-W.
l?t>-Sp.
l.OST? Gold Flucr- de-lis pin Sat
urday night between Columbus
and Pitt street. Reward if re
turned tc 322 North Columbus
street. _ l6G-2p.
LOST?A ladies poeketbook, in th"
Dutrh Marks', containing a sin::!1
amount of money and some valu
able receipts. Finder will please re
turn to E. C. Mawyer. 333 3*>uth
Fat lie4: street. lfjfi-lp.
LOST?Several days ago p-cketbook
and card case, on car between
Alexandria and Washington. Re
ward if returned to 318 North Co
lumbus stret. .1. P. Wells. l^l-St!.
Try a 'Gazette c assified ad.
FOR RENT?Two furnished rooms
for light house keeping, electric
lights, also furnished bed rooms.
Apply at 202 King street. 16G-2p.
J. H. Massey is handling home
choked crab meat, picked daily and
hard shell crabs. Phone 704?, 3211
Kin? street and 128 South Royal.
lG4-3p.
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.
Phons 743 169-26t
UNSKILLED MEN
For Production Work
Ages 18 to 45
Weight 140 lbs or more
In Good Physical Conditio!:
Good living wage paid whiir
learning
Stead}- Work Assured
Apply in Person
? or
Communicate With
7actory Employment Offic
THE GOODYEAR TIRi
& RUBBER COMPANY
i
Akron, Ohio.
v?? 1 ~x*-r::v:si<;
AM licenses are now due. Appli
cants should call and receive their
i'cenzes and pay same to the Mayor
^special attention is called to ?tc
vc r> 101 of the license law, June, lf/19
May 33. 10:?0. By reason of the large
?rm'-cr cf machines in use in the
"i:y. an i this, the first time local li
:ensc tax imposed thereon, "automo
biles motorcycles and etc., each ^n-:'.
?very owner of a vehicle shall cbtair
i city liccnsc and pay the sum of
lhree dollars and fifty cents ($3.50)
He shall be furnished a tag wi.er.
license is paid, which must be dis
mayed or. each machine. This does
:bi r.j>piy to non-residents tempo ra
"jy cpmiatirg a machine in this city
vh:n not for hire."
Th.- Mayer wi/11 be in his otikc i::
he City Hall Royal Street side c!;*r
ng cilice hours and each evcn.ng frc-.ir
: to 10 p. m., from July 15 to 2 J'lh..
nciusive for the accommodation o'
has? who miirht find it inconvenient
tv.l; during the day.
VIIOMAS A. FISHER,
Mavor
NOT ONE EXECUTED
Washington. July 1!.?A clemency
?c.i!\i ecmsisting of Secretary Daniel:
Rear Admiral George R. Clark, judge
1 v-v. ?i- genera! and commander
rrar.i: B. Frever, assistant ju:ige ad
vocate g;:ural, now is engaged in
.?sviewir.g court-martial sentences im
)c - -1 during the war.
Mu:.y pi:n'./nments involving prison
terms or f:r.2s are being mitigated or
ret aside by ;he reviewing board.
Secretary Darnels announced yes
terday that not a m'an was executed
tha result of naval court-martial
during th? war. In several cases, he
said, courts-martial recommended th:
Icath pcnla.fcy, but in each the re
viewing beard commuted the sentence
to i:v prisenment.
R-.vl REACHES ENGLAND
Pulham. England, July 14.?The
R-34 landed in the Pulham airdrome
at 7:02 Greenwich time yesterday ?
morning (fe:02 a. m.. New York
time) just three days, three hours j
and six minutes after taking the air j
at Roosevelt Field. Mineoia. N. Y.. I
Ja,tc Wednesday night.
Th? finishcd the voyage with
1.000 gajj^/rw 'of gasclir.e in her
tanks. ,
Gen. Maitland, computed the |
?laps?d tima of the trip from Min- j
eo'.a to CI if dsn at 75 hours and 5 :
minuses.
Prosecutor Calls up New Case and
Arraingment
. i
Los Angeles, Cal.. July 14.?By a
bit of strategy, which cuts away one
cf the- chief reliances of the defense
? th.c cross examination of witnesses
District Attorney Woolwine Satur
day ordered the Harry S. New, Jr.,
case before the grand jury, thereby
eliminating the preliminary hearing
which was to have been held Mon
day.
This surprising disposition was
plainly a bow to New's attorney,
Jchn L. Richardson, as had counted
upen the laying the foundation for
an insanity plea when the witnesses
fcr the prosecution testified before
Township Justice Hinshaw today.
The grand jury, especially assem
bled to hear the facts, returned an
indictment immediately after the
last witness had testifie'd.
"It was a gruesome recital," said
one of the jurors after the accusa
tion for murder had been unani
mously voted. ''The facts were so
plain ami convincing and so horri
ble that the response of the jury to
the demands of justice was in?iant."
IN DORSES A MEN DM EXT
Moncgomery, Ala., July 14.?
President Wilson ha? interposed his
personality into the fight over the
Susan B. Anthony suffrage amend
ment, telgraphing Governor Kilby.
to express his earnest hope that it
will be ratified by "the great State
of Alabama." The President con
tinuing, declared that it would con
stitute a very happy augury for the
future and add greatly to the
strength cf a movement which in
his judgment is based upon the
high est consideration bcth of jus
tice and expediency.
The message received at the ex
ecutive offices late Saturday even
ing was not commented on by the
Governor, and very few members of
the Legislature knew of it. In leg
islative circles it is practically con
ceded that the amendment is going
to b: repudiated, and those hearing
of the President's message were
net constrained to believe that :t
wculd turn the tide for the amend
ment.
Under legislative enactment Fri
day. the amendment is set for a
special order of business Wednes
day.
lllAUli KAN 'fO BE LtM UiL)
Kelaticns With Germany to be Re
sumed at Once
Trade relations with Germany will
be resumed at once. Ac-tins Secre
tary of State Polk announced Inst
week. F<.) ir.ai announcement wiil
!>? made to the world within forty
eight hours, Pclk said.
The War Trade Board, now a part
of the State Department, is pre
psied to issue a nofficial declaration
lifting the blockade upon receipt of
word firm the Supreme Economic
Council at Paris.
The decision to declare the block- j
ade off. which was reached at a ;
c< rferer.ee cf State Department of
ficials, is in accordance with the ex
pressed views of President Wilson
that the resumption of trae'e with
Germany wculd not have to wait on
the formal ratification of pence by I
this country.
Try a Gazette classified ad.
TO BRING SOLDIERS FAMILIES
The George Washington Will Hav
200 War Brides on Next Trip
New York, July 14.?The presi
dential ship George Washington,
which sa.il? back to France this week,
has been fitrtesd with a nursery to take
care of the "war babies" returning
on that vessel. Two hundred "war
brides" are scheduled to sail on the
transport or. her next trip Iron1.
France to this country, and, at the
request of Dr. G. A. Ricker. the ship's
surgeon, the American Red Cross has
provided the ship with baby food.,
milk, clothing arifi other perqui:
of infantile comfort:
With the arifival of fhe transport
Cap Finisterre yesterday a total of
?ITS "war brides,'' with sixteen "war
babies," wil have arrived at this port
in a week. This is a recoil, number
Upon their arrhVal.in this couiVtry thv
var brides are examined by immigra
tion authorities and then taken to th'
Y. W. C. A. hostess houses, where
they are entertained until arrange
ment's can be made to send them tr
?.he homes of their soldier husbands.
Sixteen French brides aboard th
"lenierscn. which arrived Saturday
vere accompanied by their husband ?
vho were grouped into a casual rom,
nar.y. commanded by a bachelor, Lieu
tenant C. C.. Hopknnsi of Pittsburgh
\sked about a seventeenth bride, the
I'eutenlant replied: "You can search
inn "
KILLED IN MOTOR CRASH
AutfimrbiWs Meets Head-on. Fall to
Trolley Track and are Struck
by a Speeding Car
Lancaster. Pa., July 11.?Two
?mall boys were instantly killed and
seven persons injured, some seri
ously, Saturday night, when two
largo touring cars collided on the
Lincoln Highway near Greenland,
turned over ? on the tracks of the
Ccnestoga Traction Company and
were run into by a speeding trolley
freight car. The "dead are: Ches
ter. 7 year old son of Clayton GrofF,
'his county, and the S year old son
?>f J. H. Cooper, of Parkesburg. He
??'"'S almost decapitated.
MAYOR'S DOG CAUGHT
Dar.vi!!e. VTa.. Jii'v 1 ?!.?Mayor
| Harry Wood "ng a few days ago
?avc injunctions to the police force
to nut all dogs lVund unmuzzled oi:
:ie MftC L ill trie dog pound. \ es
terda.v a jjuiituiian fuUiic! "D:xe,
I the -Vlay?'r'> pet icrrioi, I'O.tin: 'i; on
Mam street witlioii'. a iu'uk/Jc. ami
h: uuickly collared tne caui'it duo
put him vvitn tne others i.m the mu
nicipal kc nneis. Captain Wocd'at-.
soon heard of it and dispatched iiis
sen to the rescue, which was effect
ed enly after the cu>ton:ary iucl
had been paid to the pound master.
CLOVER!) A Li;
?For Those
Who Love
Good Things
See Thursday's Gazette
Swaii Bros.
Chautauqua Special
During Chautauqua week we will sell women's
$35.00 to $49.50 silk dresses, at the special price of
Each
j In ready to wear department, second floor.
Chautauqua Week
Special
All Ladies' Straw Hats
1-2 Price
Wo T, Farley ? ?
500 KING STREET
i i
CHINESE ATTEMPT SUICIDE
?
Rush Acts?Protests Against Cession
of Shantung Province to Japan
San Francisco, July 14.?A delega-:
j ticn of Chinese patriots endeavored toj
? T.it suicide Sunday in the presence^
of Hsu Sh'.h Chang, President of
China, in protest against the transfer
ofcontro 1 of Shantung province to
Japan by the Peace Treaty.
| Three memlbens cf a delegation of!
merchants, teachers and students sue
; ceeded in wounding themselves se- ;
i vcreh' before palace guards could stop !
[ thani.
President Hsu told the delegation j
I that the treaty which grves Japan:
I control of Shantung must be signed i
Word of the protest was received
in a message from Peking to N. C.
King in San Francisco, president eT
the Chinese National Welfare So
ciety.
FIND OLD RELICS IN ATTICS
Richmond, Va., July 14.?Many
strange things are finding their
way from attics and hall closets in
to the light of day, as the result of
1 h:? -'clcan up*' salvages campaign
initiated in the Fifth Federal re
serve district, by the woman's di
vision of the war loan organization
here.
. Seachir.g through an old barrel
of tituff that had b:n packed away
for years, cr.e woman found a pair
rf beautiful cut jrlass salt cellars
that she had never before seen. An
antique seal ring, probably used in
George Washington's time, was
found in a chc-st of old clothes by
another searcher.
One of the most interesting relief
turned up in a newspaper, the Vir
ginia Gazette and General Adver
tiser, published in Richmond, Wed
nesday, July 13, 1791.
To Build Up Permanently.
Nature at Its Best
as an Aid..
If you wlio are weak, nervous and
run down from over-wcrk, worry cf
any other cause would only realize
that the* summer months is the tinr.'
to build up strength and vigor there
would not be so many corhpses and
rushing for aid during rhe winter.
The plan to follow is simple: plenty
ii rest and good wholesome food along
with a strength-creating body- build
ing ? tonie. OJ?as'co-Viri' with."'its'' ji?t>n
.Manganese. H ype phosphites, Nux ir.ii
other strength making ingredients; i
ihe t'rnic we suggest.
If yen follow this pTan earefivlh
you wiM notice a wonderful improve
m;nt ir. two weeks time. But den'
give up too soon.
The Local agent for Chasco-Vin i
?dgar WarfieU, Jr., King and Pit'
SVeets.
- ji
Great Profits Without Experience ]
on a Small Investment ;
Many wide a wake men in cities in the Middle j
West and East are today making $500 to $2,400 per |
month on an investment of $4000, who knew nothing- j
whatever of the baking business until they associated
themselves wi:h the
Barker Original System of Bakeries
By yiis system the bread is baked in plain view, attracting an in
fr-> ted audictr.:?. w}i;--e appetite is appealed to by the appearance
cf the loaves aid whose patronage is secured by the- cleanliness of
the process.
We have solve ; all problems for these people, furnished an expert
to start them ar.:l coverel every detail to assure their success. We can
and will do the lame for you.
Get the facts NOW. Do net wait until someone else with enter
prise; covers your community.
Let u- urge yeu at least to investigate by writing or seeing '.rs a j j
or.ee. * i,
Barker Original Bakeries System, lac.
1170 Broadway, New York. i.
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/'A.fli
li Ii
s a Sign
of efficiency and integrity to
keep your appointments on
time. The only man who can
be prompt to the minute is
the mr.li with an accurate
watch. It may mean money
to you to know that you .can
delay five minutes and still
be on time. You cannot be
certain of this unless you
have a pood watch. We have
just the watch for you.
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629 KING STREET.
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Invest a Pars: o> Your Savings in
Carefu!?7 Planned Building ana improving
LJFvltsiiK
FLOORING
SIDING
CEILING
MOULDINGS
DOORS
SASH
BLINDS
LATHS
SHINGLES
BUILDING LIME
PORTLAND CEMENT
WALL PLASTER
PREPARED ROOFINGS
TERRA COTTA PIPE
AND EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING
BUT THE HARDWARE
W. A. 3MOOT 51 CO., Img
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA
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Furnished apartment,'
occupant leaving town for j
3 months, can give pos-1
!
] session at once. Apply
LAURENCE STABLER ;
415 Prince Street
COSRKRCIAL m FARCY
STATIONER}
S. F. DYSON ? BIO.
?ookfl?ll??rs aiid StstiotxerA
426 Siag
WASHINGTON VIRGINIA
RAILWAY CO.
Ii: Kffci'l l-Vhrtuiry JIMS.
Subject to t'li.'iiiKc "Without Not foe.
licsive A Ii viiik! rijt for WiihliiiiKtmi.
\. y.\??5.oi), t'.-tO. in.oo, * ti.io, o,2'
t>..",o. 0.. 10, 7."0, *7.10, 7.2". *7.3".
'7.35. 7.1". *7. 15, "7.50, ?7.55. S.Oo, ?S.O".
"V*", S.20, *S.30. S.40. '.I.I'
".oo. 10.2", 10.40. 11.00, 11.20, 11.40.
i'. .M. 12.00, 12.2". 12.40. l.oo, 1.2"
'.30. ! !0, 1.50, 2-Oij, 2. lit. 2.20, 2.30.
i". 2.."o. :;.oo. :?.io. 3.2", 3.30, 3.4"
4. oo, 4.10, 4.2", 4.3".. 4.40,
'."0, 5.10. 5.20, 5.30, 5.40, 5.50,
? I". >1.2". '5.30, ft. 40, 0.50, 7.00, 7.1''
.7.".", 7. 4". S.oo, S.2". S. :o. !>. i '
?.20.' ft. |*i. Ift.O". 10.20. 10.40, 11.0"
1.20, 11.40, ,\. M. ?12.00.
? Except Sundays a;ul Holidays
'ISuinlays.
!ic:hp Au'x.iiiilrla For "Mt. Vernon
,\. M "?.35, 7.55, b.o;', y.5"
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;.i 2.35. 3.::.". 4.35.
0.35. 7.35, S.35, 3.35. 10.35, 11.55
Sanilsiys.
5A1LR0AD SCHEDULES
UT.'ral and Departure of Ptti*cngcr Trains
/.lo..undri;i. Vlrc'.liiit. Xlni Jolkiviut; .-iciieuuto
fl:uros published u lafonnation and not
guaranteed.
SOTTTHEKK P.AILE0.1D
(Eastern Standard Time.)
South. Nortb.
N.'w York-Mf-mr'-iJa
3:27 a.m Via 12:13 a.in.
\Vusliintflo:i-Uu3vUlH
7:37 n.m <I.ofsil? 3:19 p.m.
New York-NVw Or'.-au*
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Nov/ York Jr. ?kvnvlllf:
S.-rH.'i s.m >.\. C. I..i 11:30 p.id.
Washington-l.'icliuniad
7:55 a.m <l.ocul> 12:00 p.ru.
Nf.v York-All uiin .ia l>>otivili
9:17 a.m (ft. A. )..t 10:15 p.ta.
Waablnston-Krwlcrlelttburs
0:52 a.m tl/nal) .. 8:10 a.m.
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N-w York-1 ar.ijia-K'-y Wt;ut
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V.'a Miul 'ii iiio:i'.
3:17 p.in nl, 8:37 p.m (S)
VV?j!jilrist?a-(.'"JtitiiHlii-iK-mjiIils
B:17 p.m A. L.t 12:15 p.m.
NYw York-Si. JV'?;r!tbmv-l'iiliu KeaHi
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tii.'liin'HjiMVu.iiiiv/ion ii %j.;-.? ; S:2)i p.m.
\li-:int<>:id-Yi'u<iijiaKtuM (local) t!;2iS p.m.f
fDaily exci-'tt Nun-Jay.
ft Sunday only.
V. S. EAIUtOAD ADlIIXTSTKAirON.
Tli-ki-: ?I'nlon fttntlon
INVEST YOUR
DLE MONEY .
J.: fi:.e I.u!!?.i 1 n,r lets close to the
city o" Alexandria, in Del Kay.
and St. Elmo. Alexjiiriria Co., or.
Jit. Vernon Electric Line. I.ot.
rartjrc from 3200 to ?30Q and arc.
close to Alt. Vernon Boulevard.
Sold or. Easy Terms.
JOHN I). NGRMOYLE
I'eal Estate. Loans ant.' Insurance
Alexandria. Va.
\\ "Plumbing That S^tlsi'ies'''
Call us at any time
IMione 18(5
ffm. DESMOX!)
112 NORTH ST. ASAPH STREET
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FOR SALE
Nice fi-Room IJriek House
Good I.ocaI ion?('hea;)
Apply T. J. Fannon
Duke and Henry Streets
U;2-3p.
trait Jar
ball mason
Pints, doz 75:
Quarts, doz 8.~
Half-Gailon, doz $1.0i
Jolly Glasses, S oz, doz. 50:
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\ LEACHMAN & SAUM

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