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v ? * i - 7 - Classified 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. Apply. 1210 Queen Street. 118-tf WANTED?Laborers, steady work. Apply to Key Bridge, 35 & Water Sts., N. W., Washington, D. C. 174-5c- * WANTED?A counter man, experi ence neaessary. Apply Monticello Cafe. " 170-3c. POSITION WANTED?Young n^ar ried man, 31, with two years ex perience as store manager, and eight years experience in the gen eral merchandise business wishes to make a change between now and September 1st, with the idea of getting into something he can 'build on, have a fair education; j and capable o f making good in most any kind of business, ad dress "Manager" care of Gazette. 176-3p. FOR RENT?Two furnished bed rooms to ladies or married couple, hot water and electric lights. Call after C p. m., Apartment 5, 214 North Royal street. 176-lp. ROOM FOR RENT?One gentleman, bath and electric lights. Apply 623 South Fairfax street 176-2p. FOR RENT?Furnished room for one person. Moderate price. Ad dress "Furnished Room" care of Gazette Office. 176-lp. FOR RENT?One second floor apart ment, with modern improvement; also several furnished bed-rooms at 224 North Columbus Street. One bed room with private family at 220 North Columbus street. Apply 220 North Columbus street. 174,lp APARTMENT FOR RENT?All modern in';frovecnts, five rooms ; and bath. Inquire at Apartment No. G, 1315 Duke- sti'cet. 174-2p. FOR RENT?Two unfurnished rooms 905 Prince street. 175-2p. FURNISHED ROOMS?Hotel Hump hrey, i*oom for one, SO.00 per week Room for two, $10 per week. Hot and cold water. Apply to Manager. Hotel Bolvoir. 172-6:: . FURNISHED ROOMS?Hotel Hump hrey, room for one, $6.00 per week. Room far Two, $10 per week. Hot and cold water. Apply to Manager Hotel Belvoir. 172-Gc. WANTED?Two or three rooms for light housekeeping with private family. Apply Box 63, Gazette Office. 176-lp. FOR SALE?Store and Dwelling 1000 Pendleton Street. Inquire 532 North Columbus Street. 172-(!p FOR SALE?At Potomac. Va., <S room house, electric lights awl modern bath room. Front and rear porches, stable and garage, In or chicken hcuse. Lot 50x135 feet Owned by J. D. Knight, Key ncx' < door at Mrs. McDonald's cn Lloyd j Avenue. 173-0c FOR SALE?Brick house 217 Gib bon street between Lee and Fair fax. 7 rooms and bath, toilet, pas. summer kitchen. Apply -T. D. Knight 527 South Fairfax street. 173-6c. WANTED?To purchase a good s>*ore and dwelling on King street, be tween Royal and Alfred Streets. State price and terms. Address. "King Street property", care of Ga zette Office. 171-6p. FOR SALE?Maxwell touring car, good condition, price $275. Applj Mrs. R. F. Sahnou, 211 Duke St. 176-2p. v FOR SALE?1917 Ford coupe with f starter and lights. Cheap for cash. R; H. Garage. Del Rav. 176-2p. FOR SALE?Very* fine closely woven white enamel baby carriage, J "Whitney make" reversab'.e. cost $45, will sell for $S. Apply 726 King street. 175-1 p. FOR SALE Indian motorcycle, single cylinder, a bargain. Inquire 307 Prince street. 175-3p. FOR SALE?Practically new Ford tearing car in exceucnt condition. Hun loss than 3,000 miles Apply after 5 p. m., to E S. Sutherland, belief ant avenue. Del Ray, or m qw're at J. Classman's store, tc fnu the addro?i. 1743p. FOR SALE?>1018 Indian motorcycle with side car; Price $350 cash. Ap ply to William C. Ayers, SOS Frank lin street. 173-4p. FOR SALE?Furniture for bed room and kitchen, in good condition, cheap. Apply at 919 King street, or address box 4 care of Gazette Office. Call any time Saturday. 17G-lp. Hard Shell Crabs, Jacob Brill's. Foot of King Street. 174-3p. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executors of the last will and testament of Ellen R. Denty, deceased, aHl persons tc whom said estate is indebted are re quested to present their accounts tc rhe undersigned, properly certified for payment, and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt settlement with the undersign ed. GEORGE E. WARFIELD. GARDNER L. BOOTHE, lu9-10e. NOTICE?H. E. Webb, Sr., has moved his furniture upholstering and repair shop from the corner of Peyton and King street to 137 South Fairfax street. 175-1 p. Notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Harper Overland Company, Incorporated, for the election of directors, and other business, will be held in the office of Mr. Leo P. Harlow, 119 South Fair fax Street, A?exam1r:a, Virginia, on the 9th day of August, 1919, at two o'clock P. M. The books of the Company, for the transfer of stock, will' be closed for twenty days preceding said meeting. Benjamin D. Jenkins, Secretary. 174-13t AUCTION SALE By virtue of a deed of trust, re corded in Deed Book (5(5, page 2S2 of the land records of the city of Alex andria, Virginia, to the undersigned Trustee, to secure certain notes there in described, default having been made in the payment of one of said notes, the undersigned Trustee will, at the request of the holder of said notes, offer fcr sale at public auction, on Wednesday, July 30. 1919 in front o*" the Royal Street entrance to the Market Building, in the City of Alex andria. Virginia, at eleven o'clock, A: M.. the following property, to-wit: All that lot of ground in the City cf Alexandria, Virginia, with the buddings and improvements thereon. !*.ncw" as No. 505 Wolfe Street, and hounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the north side of Wolfe Street, thirty-(30) feet four ( P inches west of Pitt Street, and running thence west on Wolfe Street, twenty-one (21) feet; thence north parallel with Pitt street, fifty (50) feet, more or less; thence east parallel with Wolfe street, the length of the first line, and thence south parallel with Pitt Street, fifty (50) feet, more or less, to the Begin ning. together with all the appurten ances to the same belonging, or in jv\ wise appertaining. Terms of sale. CASH, conveyancing ::t the cost of the purchaser. A de posit cf ten per cent, will be required when the property is marked down to tin. purchaser. HOWARD W.i SMITH. Trustee. l*0-10t. 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. Wo^k called for and ielivered the same day. Let us call -ma. give you estimate. See us about now mattress. :Qblumt?a Bedding Co.. Prince and Commerce Streets. | Phone 743 169-26t A Gazette Classified Ad Will Bring You Results. frOEhLVXCHES NEGRO * t.\\ foivep Hundred Men Take Woman's Assailant From Jail Gilmer, Texas, July *25.?Chilton Jennings, a negro, was taken from jail here- yesterday afternoon and hanged in the court yard square by a mob of about 500 men. The negro was arrested charged with assault ive a woman here Wednesday. The mob dispersed after the negro was pronounced dead. CHILD STRANGLES TO DEATH' Hopkinsville, Ky., July 2g.?Bertha Lee Kirkman, ten years old, of this ! city, strangled to death here when I a window sash fell across her neck, I holding her helpless. Stomach Ills permanently disappear after drinking -he celebrated Shivar Mineral Water Positively guaranteed by money-bad iffer. Tastes Sne; cost a tnlls. De ivered anywhere by our A'eKaivdri? \gents, F. S. Harper, Inc. Ph~n? ??hem. , TdaTuto radiatof] REPAIR CO. : Only expert in Virginia Radiators, Bodies, Fenders Repaired All Work Guaranteed 1210 KING STREET I ^ SAM LEVY'S 1015 King Street Opposite Dutcn Market I j Advance styles in high shoes for jl fall at cut rate prices. uur ? LAUNDRY SERVICE Is without an equal Cleaning?Pressing Repairing Palace Pressing Parlor 307 KING STREET 800 SLAIN IN RIOTS Announcement Made, of Allcnby Re port, to Hpusb of : Commons J 'Lohdon, Jul $->25.?Eight hundredj natives were killed and 1 .(500 wound ed during1 the recent disturbances in Egype, according to dispatches ( from Gen. E. H. H. Allcnby. Cecil Harmswort/h, under Secretary" for the Foreign Office, made this announcement in the House of Com mons last night. Try a Gazette classified ad. ALEXANDRIA CASH GROCERY The amount you save from buying your groceries here will start a savings account in the bank Smoked hams, lb 4'~ Pure Lardulb. .. 40c Compound, lb. Creamery Butter, lb. .. 60c Very fine large Mackere' each >i?i0i??oj,oiqK3a?}oio:* ? ? ^ American Beauty Ginger i Snaps, bbl. ^ The very best flour, 121b. 80c Canned Shrimp ISc Heinz Small Beans 13c Heinz Medium Beans . 17c We now carry the best o'" fresh vegetables and fruit i Give us a call before bir ing elsewhere and our price? are cheapest. Chipped Beef, lb. .. 2 Chipped Beef 1 lb. .. 70c Something new?Premie; Baked Beans 11c can?spe cial for Saturday. You have tried the Pre-j mier dressing and marsh '; mallow cream. Now try th j beans. Inow is the time i " *) j"; ' * f .Tr- * -f t To Build Up Permanently. I Nature at Its Best as an Aid. If you who arc weak, nervous and 1 run down from over-work, worry of 'any other chumu would only realize j that the summer months is the time j to build up strength and vigor tnere , would not he so many collapses and rushing for aid during the winter, j The plan to follow is simple: plenty of rest and good wholesome food along | with a strength-creating body- build | ing tonic, Chasco-Vin with its Iron. Manganese,.IIypoph.osphit.es, Nux and other strength-makmg ingrediehtsi i. ihe tcnic we suggest. , If you follow this plan carefulh you will notice a wonderful improve merit in two weeks time. But don' give up too soon. The Local agent for Chasco-Vin i Edgar Warfieid, Jr., King and Pit! Streets. lllllll At no time have we shown a better Jeweirv assortment of pret ty jewelry than we are showing right now. The dainty and novel effects of the new craftsmanship in jewelry designing has reached a higher standard. As usual the best and newest will be found in our stock. y H. W. WILDT & SON 106 North Royal Street ESTABLISHED 1852 BURKE AND HERBERT Bankers Investments, First Mortgages on Real Estate 3 1'cr Cent l'aid on Savings Deposits ai Webster's will say cibout // -E-V-O, (r..) f <0r. bcvcvz. <bevec, drinking. <bcvrc, drink. < L. 6i'6o, drink.] A delicious r.cn-alcohoiic beverage,noted for its purity, nutritive qualities, sparUiing golden color and richness of natural flavor ot f ho ingredients from which it is manufactured. Beccme nationally popu-ar, with ail classcs, in a single season. CVeatcd by Anheuser-Cusch, St. Lcuis, and manufactured in great quantities in the most modern, sanitary and perfect bever age plant in the world. Synonyms: None. Antonyms: About 200 imitations put up in bottlec similar to the Hevo pse'rage, and bearing names as nearly like Sevo ac t!:e lav/ v/ill permit. Derivative: Ba ser?one ii'lin cumlcnthj enjoys t!:c best of zojt drinks. . " r- ' S* \ yeai3 fEM3>uiid soft drink R-BUSCH ST. LOUIS \V. II. Harris Dislrilmtins' Co.. JJistriliulors A1<?XAN*DKIA, VA, Comfortable brick dwell \ ing No. 714 Queen street i modern conveniences, pos ! session can be given in 3. ! days. Apply i LAURENCE STABLE!; ! i ( i 415 Prince Street COMMERCIAL AND FAKCY STATIONERY Office Supplies S. F. DYSON & BRO. ftoofostlfcrs and Sta&oxans C9 King WASHINGTON VIRGIN!: RAILWAY CO. In Effect Fell run ry 2:t, 1018. Subject to C!i:nt;re Without Xollff, Iicnvc Alcxnmlrln for Washington. A. .V.?*5.00, 15.40, J6.00, * 10, 6.2t ''. lit. ???.5o, 7.(m:, *7.10, 7.20, 7.35, '< >0. *7.4."). *7.50. *7.5."), S.00, *S.o!i v.l". S.'iO, *8.30, S.-S0, 9.O0, 9.20, 9.1 ".OH. 10.20, 10.40, 11.00, 11.20, 11.40. r. M.?12.00. 12.20. 12.40. 1.00. 1.2' ? ;30, 1.40, 1.30, 2.00, 2.10. 2.20, 2.: ? *40, 2. ?"it, 3.00, 3.1", 3.20, 3.30, 3.4 4.00. 4.10, 4.20, 4.30,, 4.40, 4..'.* '.00, 5.10, 5.2", 5.40, 5.50, ?>.< ? 5.10. <5.20, <5.30, 6.40, 0.50, 7.00, 7.i* ?,"20, 7.20, 7.40, 8.0O, S.2o, S.40, 9.4M '.2o. 9.|o. 10.0m. 10.2". 10.40, 11.0 11.20, ll.lo, ,\. M.?12.00. ?Except Sundays and Holidays tExcept Sundays. I.cnvc \levnnclrln For Mt. Vernon A. XI.?*5.35, 0.55, 7.55, 8.55, !).;i 0.35, 11,35. P. JI.?'12.35, 1.35, 2.35, 3.35, 1.3 1,35, 6.35, 7.35. 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.5. jKx.-cpt Sundays. IAILROAD SCHEDULES ' rrivnl nnd Dtpartu.-o of Passenper Tra!r.? Aloxandria. Virginia. The following aoheduU tijrures pup'Jchcd as Information and not tfuaranteed. SOUTHERN EAILEOAD (Eastern Standard Time.) 'outb. North. N"w Tork-Mi'mpbli 1:27 a.m Vln ltristol) 12:13 a.m. WuHliinu toil-Danville 7:37 a.ni iUiciI) 3:18 p.m. New TorlrtiflW TlriiTaira "" " ?S:47 a.m (Via Atlanta) 11:58 p.m. ?J:UV a.s>... Wasirion-liarrJsonburjf... 0:13 p.m Wasliimctoii-At lanta 9:37 a.m (Coaches) 11:13 p.m. >Viisliin^t?n-M<'!ii|ibU 2:27 p.m i Via Hrlslol) 4:38 p.m WaHliin^lun-Hirtningliam 2:57 p.m (Via Atlanta) 12:08 p.m. ?4:12 p.m... Wnrh'ton-Harrisonburg ll:u3 a.m.t Wasliington-Cliiirlottet'viUe 4:22 p.m (Local) 11:08 a.m. tr>:22 p.m...Wnsliincton-Warri-iiton. 7:53 a.rn.1 7:17p.m.?N. Y.-AiiKinta-Aifccu.... 7:18a.m. New York-New Orleans l'):02 p.m (Via ltristol) 7:43 a.m. IU:17 p.m...N< w Turk-Atlanta 8:28 a.m. Now York-.Wiv Orleans il:02p.m (Via Atlanta) P :28 a.m. WASHINGTON SOUTHEEN EAILEOAD. *outb. North. New York-Jacksonville 3:35 a.m A. C. I..) 11:30 p.m. Washing ton-Richmond 7:53 a.m (I.ocal) 12:1)0 p.in. New York-Atlanta-Jacksonville 0:47 a.m (S. A. 1.) 10:15 p.m. Washlngton-Fn (l?*ri?-kst<ijru '0:52 a.m (Local) 8:10 a.m. Wa<-lilnL'ion-Uiclimond 11:47 a.m Kxprcss) 7:30p.m. New York-Tampa-Kejr West 2:32 p.m (A. C. 1..) 3:00 p.m. Washington-Richmond 5:17 p.m (Uvul) 8:37 p.m (8) Wasbington-Colmnhin-Mcmpbiii 0:17 p.m A. L.) 12:45 p.m. New lurk-Jit. ivtrrsburg-l'alm Jteach 8:07 p.m iS. A. L !):15a.tn. 1):17 i>.tn...\Vu ili.-St.lVt,lmrK-Tainpa 0:05 p.m. tticliinoiul-Wasliingtou (iwpr'ss) 3:28p.m. Kichmond-Washington (iocilj 0:2tl p.m.) tlmlly except Sunday. S Sunday only. U. S. EAILEOAD ADMINISTRATION, Tiiket Ollicc. 1,'nioti atlitiou. INVEST YOUR IDLE MONEY In fine building lots close to thi city of Alexandria, in Del Ray. and St. Elmo, Alexandria Co., o:. Mt. Vernon Elbctrlc Line. Lot ran^e from $200 to $300 and art close to M"t. Vernon Boulevard. Sold on Easy Terms. JOHN I). NORMOYLE Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Alexandria, Va. <r-?? "Plumbing That Satisfies" Call us at any time Phone 18f> Wm. DESMOND 112 NORTH ST. ASAPH STREET Wm. U. Snyder Harvey L. Ticer j THE IDEAL SHOE REPAIRING CO. I 1201 KING STREET Servicc Alexandria Quality I "HARRY WADE (0ix?\ Phone Gp 312 Kin}? Street 1 1 Union' Printer "We don't do cheap Printing" But we do "GOOD PRINTING CHEAP"