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TFTVVKS TO PERSHING
Congress Tenders to General the. ^Untry's Appreciation ? General Pershing yesterday re ceived through Congress Tn joint session the thanks of the Ajnericap people. ? 1 . Wiht true knightliness, in the first formal speech since he landed or. home shores, the commander in chief of the American expeditionary forces accepted his honors?not as a personal tribute but in recognition of the valor and the sacrifice of the hosts at whose head he served. In contrast to the pomp and pan oply of armsi such as had marked the returning hero's progress I through Fifth avenue si'td afuiu j down Pennsylvania avenue, Ll1^'ul come yesterday emphasi*.^ tl?u^ ,'this is a government of ^.i-"liun ^ KILLS WIFE AND CHILU Grcton, Conn., Sept. 1!).?Mrs. Et ta Fish, assistant te the judge of j probate, was shct and killed yester- j day by her husband, George, at the Tcwn Hail. Fish made his' escape in an auto mobile. He went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burdick, parents of Mrs. Fish, in Noank, where he" shot and killed his 4 year old daughter. Frances, and then going 10 his own home, hanged himself. I THEATRES RICHMOND THEATRE Tom Moore, the star who carries ? an irresistible appeal to all classes nf people, greets his ardiences in a true American role in "Thirty u Week." which will be s .?:*?) tonight at . 'the Richmond Theatre, h.s second Goldwyr. Star Series : red'-, tion. Sunk and tenacity are characteris J tic traits of American manhood, and Tom Mocre as Danny Murray, , the romantic youn;; chauffeur in love with his rich employer's beautiful | daughter, has enough spunk and in- j initiative to supply a dozen men in i V Our Stocks are now complete with a variety of smart styled suits for fall wear. Plain tailored or handsome suits, trimmed with fur, velvet, seal brown, or fur fabrics. Mrde up in velours, Men's wear serge, tricotine, siivertone and broad cloth. New shades of brown arc in high favor. Special Values in Tailored Fall Suits at $35 The Leader CASH 904 KING STREET CREDIT ra=c> - v.v ? ? NOW GOING ON P. M. Bradshaw's Shoe Store 510 King Street You've Said It! Some Values WINDING UP THE SEASON BY CLEARING UP THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF \ * T ? . Men's, Women's and Children's At Prices Far Below the Market Value Every pair is sold with a guarantee to fit and wear. You can save money by wearing our shoes as they fit both feet and pocket. We have just received a fine'line of Boys', Misses' and Children's School Shoes. Also a complete line of Men's Dress and work shoes. See Our Line of Ladies' Pumps in Patent, Dull and Brown Kid. , M. Bradshaw B.B. & CO., PROPS. 510 King Street, Alexandria lulesc and very best play. GRAND THEATRE A iieautifu! i^ir! is made the un witting too! of an East Indian scientist in a strujrirle for contrcl of the formula for the highest explo sive known, in "The Craving," which ccmcs to the Grand Theatre tonight with Francis F^rd in the role of an American scientist in love with the tfirl. "The Craving" is a weird story, written in such a manner as to per mit of marvelous mechanical effects unci intricate mulitip'c exposures. The latter includes scenes in which four ^irte ara pourc-d from a bottle into a win? glass, where they swim around apparently right under the man's nostrils. Other "shots" show four distinct exposures, a result obtained only after every resource of the art of motion picture photography was dawn uoor. A trir: in delirium through the battlefields '.<( Europe forms an other thri'line; feature of this pro | duetion in which astounding aeh ievements by the camera i<re record ed. "i'h;* Craving," ;s s-ui'J to he ih'c* most unusual motion picture yet produced. Also Pete Morrison it: -To The Tune of Bullets." IXGOMAR THEATRE Scenes tlut thrill because of their dramatic power, are features ot' ''The Winning Girl." the admirable Paramount photoplay in which Sh'r ley Mason, the dainty linle si.ar, i:; appearing with a lies Welch ai the Ingomar Theatre today. The picture, .directed by Ro?>e?*r. 11 v ign?jia_; if v, pieturization o.C George *rNi.uTvri st:ry ' Jem ot the Old Reek. ' which was published in tlio Sa'nu*" day Evening Po^t. Theie i:; "i >fc Z >Iu.! mcmet.t in the production. With a bevy of beautiful girls, laughter that makes you hold your sides, troublc-s that are ludicrous iii the extreme, and novelties till you can't rest?"Trying to Get Along/" the new Paramount-Mack .Senneli comedy comes to the Ingomar The atre as an extra attraction with tho above ? > '1'I j i;; n m ; 11 m ;;; ? ! r r;:; ?:l 1/ f i n .* ??y;:: ? n ? Vl9 i? <icvce, drinking. <. 'bcvrc, drink, non-alcoholic beverage,noted for its sparkling gulden color and richness icnts from which it is manufactured, w-th all clacsss, in a single season. , St. Louis, and manufactured in mcde.T., sanitary and perfect bover :C0 imitations put r.d bearing names - (! Pictures Changed Daily 6 xj TODAY Double J Mil. See in 99 Beautiful women climb from wine glasses in a man's hand, are poured from a bottle, seen under a water glass, come out of smoke, and confront him wherever he looks. Also Pete Morrison in "To The Tune of Bullets" I Theater I *gz?rlf TOMORROW MATINEE AND NIGHT UNIVERSAL SPECIAL PRODUCTION :,fl Harry Carey j ? ? ^ ?/? m "Ace of the Saddle" ! His Latest Western Whirlwind Drama 6 reels of action. Come Early Alexandria, Amusement Company's Attractions PRICES j| 15c and 25c ;j /f ij Pictures Changed ;i Daily ??^ PRICES 15c and 20c Goldwyn Presents Tom Moore In a romance of a thin bankroll and stout heart it Thirty A Week" Tomorrow?Theda Bara in "A Woman There Was' Paramount Presents Shirley Mason In a role of exceptional strength and genuine heart appeal "The Winning Girl" 1 Also a Paramount-Mack Sennett Comedv "TRYING TO GET ALONG" Tomorrow?Evelyn Nesbit in "A Fallen Idol."