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LET THE GAZETTE
i!;
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?Lady competent to take
charge of rooming ho:use. Address
Box 100, Care of Gazette Ofiice.
195-2p.
FOR RENT?-Beautifully furnished
housekeeping apartment. gas
range, hot and cokl water, b'lth,
(private porch. Large yard. Im
mediate possession. Best referen
ces required. Rent S12 weekly,
'including heat, light, fuel, and
water rent. Will lease if desired*
A|gnew Court, 310 South Pitt St.
195-lp.
FOR ^RENT?Three unfurnished
r??mPior light housekeeping. Ap
ply at 415 South Pitt Street.
195-lp.
FOR RENT?Three nicely furnished
rooms, cool and pleasant. No fiie>
or mosquitos, hot and cold water.
! 602 Cameron street. 1952-p.
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms, all
modern improvements. 'Apply 12S
North Alfred Street. 195-2p.
}
FOR RENT OR SALE?One ninU
.room modern brick d\veHin.g, one
mile from Mt. Vernon and five
.miles frcm Alexandria, on easy
terms. See P. P. Clark, Hunter Sta
tion. 195-2c
ROOM AND BOARD?Electric
lights, showers and all modern im- i
provements. Apply at 11-1 North
Fayette Street. 193-6p. ;
WANTED?An apastnvent or house j
in or-near Alexandria. No objec- j
tion to a little way cut on car line, j
Address Box D. Gazette Ofiice.
194-3p.
j FOR SALE?Beautiful building sit.
one mile from Mt. Vernon and five
miles from Alexandria en the
Washington and Virginia Electric
1 R. R., on easy terms. P. P. Clark.
: Hunter Station. 195-2c.
FOR SALE?Three story brick store
and dwelling1 at the northwest
corner of Cameron and Fairfax
rtrcets.
Seven two story five room frame
dwelling's, S07-821 Oronoco Street.
Five building lets at northwest cor
ner of Columbus and Oronoco
sheets.
Six building lots on the west side of
Columbus and Franklin streets.
Apply to I\ F. DOWNEY, 3518
Tenth St.. X. W..
192-Sp. Washington, D. C.
FOR SALE?New five room bunga
low for sale. Apply to owner on
premises. Open Sunday. Lioy.l
Avenue near Mt. Vernon Avenue.
Del Ray. 194-2p.
WANTED?To buy a detached house
or bpngalow in or between Alex
andria and Washington, D. C..
Reply at once stating particulars
to Box D. Gazette Office. 104-3]'.
Furniture repairing, upholstering
neatly don? by H. E. Webb. Sr..
10(5 South Fairfax Street. 195-lp.
FOR SAI.E?Fend touring car, 191S
model, good tires all round, two
extra ore:. defender lock, several
extras. Apply 137 South Fairfax
Street. 193-Sp.
FOR SALE?Contents of a ten room
house, all rooms occupied, house
for rent. Apply 101-1 Prince St.
192-4p.
i
LOST?Set of building plans on
southbour .i electric car between Del
Ray. or King and Payne streets.
Reward if returned to Alexandria
Construction Co.. Room 7, Alexan
dria National Building. l$5-lp.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Columbia Beddinj* Company har
opened a mattress factory and is
now ready to renovate box springs,
mattresses, pillows and etc., at rea
sonable prices. Work "called for ar.fl
delivered the same day. Let us call
and give you estimate. See us about
a new mattress. Columbia Bedrlinr
Co., Prince auJ Commerce Street?
Phone 743 169-2St
LOST?Collie dog on Thursday, Au
gust 14. Reward if returned to
1509 King: strec-t. -194-2p.
IN THE CORPORATION COURT OF
THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, YA.
William E. Fowler & Co., a Cor
porations incorporated, and doing
business under the laws of the State
of Delaware, complainant vs. Rose
monr Development Co., Incorporated,
defendant. In Chancery.
To the Rosemont Development Co.,
Incorporated and the General Credi
tors of the said Rosemont Develop
ment Co., Incorporated.
TAKE NOTICE.
That I have fixed upon Saturday,
August 23, 1919, at my office, 123'
South Royal Street, Alexandria, Vir
ginia. at ten o'clock, A. M. as the!
time and place where I will proceed
to execute the decree enterd in this
cause on the 23rd day of July, 1919. j
wherein I am directed to ascertain
:.n>l report as follows:
3?Of what estate, real, personal
.:rd mixed, of which the said Rose
.'mnt Development Co., Incorporated.
Corporation, is possessed and en
titled, and what are the liens and
j'r:orities of the same against said
? icperty;
2?The amounts of the debts due
by the said defendant, to whom cue
and the priorities of the same; |
3?Whether or not it will be neces
sary to have a sale of the property,
of the defendant in order lo satisfy
the claims against the said defend
ant.
-?Whether the rights of any per
sons will be violated by such sale.
i?Any other matter or thing any
P?-'ty in interest may require or to
the said Special Commisioner may1
?c: m pertinent.
All persons interested in said estate !
are hereby cited to atetnd at said
time and place and protect their ro
spqetive interests.
Given under my hand this 1st day
f August, 1919.
CHARLES HENRY SMITH.
Sc Special Commissioner.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
Of Valuable Real Estate
By virtue of a decree of the Co.-po
ration Court of the City of Alexan
dria, Va.. entered in the chancery
ea :se of Benjamin T. Fendall, com
plainant ,and William E. Fendall, si'
p.l defendants, depending in the sa! 1
court, the undersigned, will offer for
saie. at public auction in front of the
market building, Royal Street, Alex
andria. Va.. on SATURDAY. SEP
TEMBER (i. 1919, at about 12 oVlo.-k
4he folloVving property and all ap
purtenances.
No. 1.?Lot and house No. 309
I r.nce street, beginning 80 feet west
f Fairfax street on the north side of
1 street and fronting thereon, 20
Vet. and 100 feet deep between Fr.ir
and Royal streets, deed book No.
page 340.
No. 2. Lot and house No. 219 south
^ifred street on the west side of said
?triK-t and fronting thereon 25 feel
? ;nc:ies and 100 feet deep with on al
? y <?" the south and a court in the
rear, between Prince and Duke
?t feH deed hook No. 20. paere 2!?.
No. 3. I?-,t ;in:j house on the north
cast corner cf Wiikes and Fairfax
- ii ee?.? ani fronting on Fairfax
strwt -IS feet 3 1-2 inches, and or.
Wilkes street 122 feet 11 inches.
Deed bocks B. B. page 308 and Y
"Co. 2 page 17fi.
1* or a more particular description
see the deeds referred to.
Terms cf sale?One third cf the
purchase money cash, and the residue
in three equal installments, at nir.s.
nghieen and twenty-four nvonths from
d.iy cf sale and interest. The defer
i-id payments to be evidenced by notes
and to be secured by retention of titles
or deeds of trusts at the choice cf
purchasers and insurance of build
ings for two thirds of their value at
tehir charge. Cost of conveyances at
the expeuse cf purchasers.
JOHN M. JOHNSON,
Commissioner of Sale.
I hereby certify that Jchr. M. John
son commissioner of sale has enter?'-'
into and executed, with approved ~r
curity the bond required cf him by
-his decree for sale in the above casz.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY.
' J* w- ' Clerk."
By Cora Duffey. D. C.
Clerk of the Corporation Court of
the City of Alexandria. 191-22?
LEGAL NOTICES
VIRGINIA.
>v-,In th.e,,GlerJt\ Office of the Circ.it
Court of the City of Alexuuria. on
the 13th day of August, IfHL'.
Augusta Jcnes and Andrew Jones,
her husband, and Mary Franklin, n'id
o*1.. vs. Samuel Franklin, widower. In
Chancery.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to ottiin
partition and settlement of the estat?
of George W. Franklin, deceased; set
tlement of his debts; that Samuel
Franklin be required to give an ac
count of and credit for all advance
ments received by him from .-ail
Gccrge W. Franklin; for proner re
ferences and accounts; counsel fees
for complainants counsel; and gen
eral relief.
it appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant
Samuel Franklin is a non-resident
of this State. It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
(ir.ys after due publication of this
cider, and do what is necessary ic
l-r/u-ct his interest in this suit, and
that a copy of this order be forth
with inserted in the Alexandria Ga
zette a newspaper published in 'he
City of Alexandria once a week for
four successive weeks and posted at
the front door of the Court House of
this city.
Mo.ncurs, Davis and Budwesky, P. Q.
A Copy Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
U'5-4\v Clerk.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
C: urt of the City of Alexandria, on
th? 11th day of August, 1019.
Mabel James Koch vs. William K.
Koch. In Chancery.
MEMO.
The objact of this suit is to ob
tain for the complainant an absolute
divorce from the bonds of matrimony
f: m the defendant cn the grounds of
wilful and voluntary desertion and
a: ?r.donment for more than thivc
y. ui's prior to the institution of tbi>)
siit; resumption of maiden nam.-;
custody of infant children; and for
general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
ir this cause that the defendant Wil
li; in K. Koch, is a non resident of
th>: tate: It Is Ordered, That syi:i
r't fendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
it -l his interest in this suit.
>1 mcure, Davis and Budwesky, P. Q
A Copy Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY.
1S5-4W Clerk
By Cora Duffey, D C.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk'-; Office of the Circuit
Ccun of the City of Alexandria, or.
I th?- 11th day of August 1!U9.
Danic-I T. Rcss, vs. Susie George
R'\ss. In Chancery.
; MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtcir.
fcr the complainant an absolute d'.
verce from the bonds of matrimony
frr.m the defendant on the grounds of
wilful and voluntary desertion and
abandonment for more than three
years ty-ior to the institution of this
s-rit; and for general relief.
k appearing by an affidavit file:!
in this cause that the defendant Susie
George Iicss is a non-resident of this
?State It Is Ordered, That said de
fendant appear here within fifL-en
days after due publication of this or
der. and do what is necessary to pro
tect her interest in this suit.
MiMicure, Davis, and Budweskv, I'. (
A Copy Teste:
NEVELL S. GRENAWAY,
185-4'.v Clerk
By Cora Duffey, I"). C I
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of the City of Alexandria, or
the Uth day of August. If,'III.
Mary M. S. Brakey, vs. Ross Brakey
In Chancery.
MEMO.
The object cf this suit is to cbt?'
for the complainant an absolute di
vorce from the bonds of matrimony
from the defendant, on the grounds -
wilful and voluntary desertion and
alanucr/ment for more than three
years prior to the institution of this
suit; resumption of maiden name;
and for general rcdief.
It appearing by affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendant Ross
Brakey, i.- a non-resident of this
It Is Ordered. That said defendant
appear here within fifteen days af
ter due publication of this order, an I
d 1 what is necessary to protect his
interest in this suit.
Moncure. Davis and udwesky, P. Q.
A Copy Teste
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY.
ir.">-4w ? / Clerk.
By Cora Duffey. D.* C.
A Gazette Classified Ad Will Rrin?
Vou Results.
RIOTING AMONG STRIKERS
Traoper*; of State Constabulary Cal
led to Quell Trouble at
Butler. Pa.
Butler, Pr.., Aug. lfi.?Rioting
broke out yesterday amon'g striking
workmen at the Standard Steel Car
plant here, ar.d because of the
threatening situation troopers of the
/State Constabulary were summoned.
This is the tenth (Jay of the strike
an?l the first that any disturbance
has developed.
The rioting was between several
thousand striking shopmen and 500
n-on union workers.
The strikers atacked the nono
unicn men with clubs as they were
about to enter the .plant. A dozen
persons were injured, and the situa
tion scon e-ot be.vcnd control of the
Ic.'al police and deputies who were
or guard at the p^nt.
Upon the arrival of the State po
lice the strikers withdrew from the
:'.one surroumling the plant, but feel
ing was said to be running high. Up
to noon, however, there had been no
new outbreak.
Chicago, Aug. 16.?It was report
ed here yesterday that the IS,00ft
members of the Allied Iron and
Steel Workers' Union employed in
the South Chicago mills voted yes
terday by a majority of nearly 200
io 1 to authorize their national of
ficers to call a strike if necessary to
enforce' their demands for higher
wages, shoter hours and improved
working conditions.
FOUINID?A key on the street today
by* Mr. E .E. Downham was sent
to the Gazette Office and owner
may have same by cost of this ad
vertisement. 195-le.
Stomach Ills
permanently disappear after drinking
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Wa
ter. Festively guaranteed by money
back offer. Tastes fine; cost a trifle.
Delivered anywhere by cur Alexan
dria Agents, F. S. Harper, Inc.
Phone them .
?Any kind you need for
any kind of business.
HARRY WADE
313 King Street Phone 60
Member of United Typothetae of
America and International Typo
graphical Union.
SAM LEVY'S
1015 King Street
Opposite Dutcli Market
Advance styles in high shoes for
jl fail at cut rate prices.
A
n?
Mrs. Wm. MacCallum
Teacher of Piano
lti P2. Walnut Street
North Rosemont
NOTICE
Central Plumbing Shop, plumbing
steam, hot and cold water fitting,
gas fitting, 103 South Pitt street,
lieli phone 895. 22-tf.
[! Half and whole Neolin Soles, Good
11 year rubber heels, wooden heels of
? i *
jj all kinds.
THE IDEAL SHOE
REPAIRING CO.
1201 KING STREET
Newell Printing Company
Producers of High Grade Catalog
and Color Printing
Members
rgest and best equipped print
ing Plant in Alexandria
112 SOUTH FAIRFAX ST.
Telephone 162
?
Men's. Women's and
Children's Clothes
Cleaned, Pressed. Repaired
Alterations a Specialty
i HOME TAILORING CO
I 903 KING . PHONE 190.
-y
CONSUMERS MADE TO PAY
Stores Found They Could Get Any
Price They Asked During
Conflict
Washington, Aug. 1G.?While the
Government was urging the public to
"?win- the war" retail food dealers in
Washington were taking it out on the
consumer, fixing prices on the basis
cf market value" instead of on the
basis of actual cost., maintaining th-~
high level in spite of declining whole
sale markets until the armistice was
signed and the agitation against the
high ccst of living forced th'r.
lower their quotations, and charging
the consumer with an amount suffi
cient to place upon his shouklers the
burden of the excess profits tax levied
by the Government.
These facts stand out prominently,
as retailer after retailer testifies be
fore the Senate subcommittee which
is investigating the high cost of liv
ing in the city cf Washington.
"If the war had kept up,'' said o!r
isrge dealer, "we would have made
more money than was ever made I
in the- grocery business, because we !
cc'J'j jr^t any price we wanted for our j
goods. The war is over, though, her.ee j
the demand in Washington is less. ,
and the people are kicking so
we've got to try and hold prices down ;
to do business.
3 pkgs Kraft on 50c paper .... $1.00
G pkgs. Krafton 20c envelopes .. $1.00 !
?
$1.25 and $1.50 Pocket Books .. $3.00 i
3 Boys and Girls Books ...... $1.00 j
$1.25 Wallace Nutting Pictures $1.00 |
S. F. DYSON & BRO.
420 King Street
NEOLIN SOLES j;
First-Class Repairing Only
Blue Ribbon Shoe Co. j|
At The Lowest Prices
407 KING STREET
Joseph Sanders, Prop.
Look these overmand make appointment to inspect
the property.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
922-2G Duke Sc., each S2,000.00
127-129 S. Fairfax, each 2,000.00
60-3 N. Columbus 4,000.00
218-20 N. Pitt 1,700.00
214-16 N. Pitt 3,650.00
1014 Printe 4,500.00
1017 Queen street 2.000.G0
232 N. Alfred 2,500.00
427 S. Washington 3,500.00
1211 Prince St 3,750.00
230 N. Alfred 1,800.00
22S N. Alfred 1,S00.00
224 N. Alfred 2,000.00
1923 Duke 2,000.00
1300 Princess 5,000.00
322 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
525-27 S. Alfred 1,000.00
123-25 Duke 4,500.00
114 N. Patrick 3,500.00
326 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
320 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
328 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
108 Commerce 2,000.00
Washington & Pendleton 7,250.00
311 Queen 2,200,00
125 N. Washington 5,000.00
512 Duke 8,500,00
117 South Lee 3,900.00
1018 Queen street .... 2,100.00
408 Wilkes 2,000.00
323 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
721 Queen 5.250,00
212 King 3,000.00
623-29 S. Patrick each .. 800.00
514 Queen 1,000.00
427 S. Fairfax 4,750.00
314 S. Fairfax 5,000.00
425-31 S. Columbus .... 2,000.00
304 S. Lee 4,000.00
319 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
202 S. Pitt 3,500.00
1005 Duke 3,250 00
1003 Duke 3,500.00
Payne, Wythe, Fayette, Pen
dleton, lot 1.500.00
513-15 Queen, for both 2,500 00
505 Queen 3,750.00
200 S. Pitt 4.000.00
501 Queen 4,000.00
613 S. Washington .... 4."<00.00
505 Wolfe 3,500.00
503 Queen 3,750.00
205 S. Royal 5,250.00
209 S. Royal 5,250.00
204 S. Pitt 2,000.00
1113 Prince St 3,500.00
333 S. Patrick 1,000.00
130 N. Fayette 3,000.00
S.'O Prince 6,500.00
714 Wythe 4,750.00
319 S. Pitt 4,500.00
521 Duke 5,000.00
1303 Prince 2,000.00
624 N. Washington .... 5,500.00
115 S. St. Asaph 5,000.00
113 S. St. Asaph 4.500
1 IS N. St. Asaph .... 3,000.00
120 N. St. Asaph .... 4,000.00
1014 Prince St 4,500.00
323-25-27 S. Patrick each l.GOO.CO
702-04-06-08-10-12-18 N. Colum
bus, each 1.850.00
216 Wolfe St 2,800.00
217 S. Henry 5,550v00
224 S. Washington St 7,000
317 N. Columbus St 2,750
107 S. Fayette 1.000
222 N. Royal 4.000
321 Queen 1,200
31S S. Patrick l,5f,0
407 Cameron 5,000
411 Cameron 5,000
413 Cameron 5,000
217 N. Patrick 2J 00
1 (>18 Pendleton 1,350.00
Alexandria, Va.
530 KING STREET
Phone 579
This Coupon Must Accompany Each Purchas
This will entitle ine to 10 per
teut reduction on any electric
tan which 1 shall buy.
Name ....??
Phone 193
:.1
1
Slid
LAURENCE STABLER
415 Prince Street
I
CCffitiHRCML AMD FARCY
STATIONER1
Office Supplies
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SwsfciwUare ?nd Statzosivr**
&2Sf Sinflj Stftei
. f ASHINGTON VIRGINIA
RAILWAY CO.
In I'ffort Koliruary 2J5, 19IS.
'?islijeet to Clutnxi' Wit hunt Notice.
J.i*:ive Alrx:tnilr?a for WaNliinctun.
A. V.?*5.00. 15.40, $6.00, ? tl. 10. 6.20.
.30. ii.40. ?6.50. 7.00, *7.10, 7.20, *7.."!??,
7.4?. *7.45. *7.50. *7.5.". a.00, ?S.Oa,
.10, s. 20. *S.3I?, i.4l>. it.00. 9.20, 'J.to,
')?>.' 10.20, 10.40, 11.00, 11.20, 11.40.
" :.I.?12.00. 12.20. 12.10. I. Oil, 1.20.
'.4'?. 1.50, 2.00, 2.10, 2.20, 2.30.
?it,' 2..*iO. 2.00. 3.1o, 3.20, 3.30, 3.4't.
"?? 4.imi. 1.10, 4.2*i, 4.30., 4.40, 4.S?.
'?. 5.10, 5.2". 5.30, 5.40, 5.50, fi.i'ii.
:??! i!.2", ''>..'{0, G.40, (5.50, 7.00, 7.10,
2'.', 7.30, 7.4t?. $.00, S.20. 8.40, 9.00,
!) iii, 10.00. 10.20, 10.40, 11.00,
20. 11.40, A. M. ?12.00.
'Kxccpt Suml iyf and Holidays
CMxeept Sundays.
? ..?av?- .tl(>.vn!iilrSn Kur Sit. Voriion
V M.~ $5.35, 6.55, 7.55, S.55, 9.30,
: 11.35.
M ?'2.35. 1.35, 2.35. 3.35, 4.35,
*i.? ij, i .J.i, S.i>0| 9.3i/, 10.3o, 11.
Snmlays.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
?irrival cn<l Departure of Passenger Trains,
Aloxrndriit Virginia, The following schedule
'lsurc; ;,ublkhcd us isfcrtastion aj;d not
ruaruntt'j'l.
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Alexandria, Va.
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