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LET THE GAZETTE
Work for You Night and Day
If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything Call No. 7
For Results
AGENTS WANTED?$S to $10
daily selling New Fibre brooms;
every woman will buy. Sample
?by parcel post, 60 cents. ? Wynne
-Broom Co., Elmira, N. Y. 231-4p
WANTED?Young couple desires
two or three rooms, must be mod
ern and located in Alexandria.
Address Box B, Care of Gazette
Office. 228-tf.
WANTED?Two dishwashers, $0 a
week and board; one for night
work and one for day work. Ap-1
ply Alexandria Quick Lunch, 318
King Street. 229-6p j
FOR RENT?Furnished rooms to i
gentlemen, with private family on j
North Washington Street. Ad- j
dress A. H. Care of Gazette Of-,
fice. 231-2p.|
?
FOR RENT?At -120 Wolfe .street, j
corner Pitt furnished rooms,
single or ensuit, with every conven
ience for home comforts, double
beds, kept spotlessly clean, six
baths, an abundance of hot wato?.
Those looking foij home comforts
please call. 22S-26p
FOR RENT?One furnished bed
room to couple or lady, All con
veniences. 300 North Columbus
Street. ' 231-2p
FOR RENT?Two office rooms, one
large front office H2-] King Street,
Smith Rlrlg. Apply Dr. Beurhler
or E! B. Garth, Room 4. 230-tf
FOR RENT?Furnished rcoms, hot
and cold water, electric lights,
heat. Apply 613 North Washing
ton street. 232-2p
FOR ~RENT?J jarge, pleasant at
tractive hot water heat, electric j
lights, for one or two gentlemen, i
Apply 623 South Fairfax Street, j
232-3p.
FOR RENT?Tor light house
keeping, or .su't;-' !o for b'-jr'he'ov
apartment in George Washington
Park. Terms reasonable. Phone
618.
FOR SALE?20 feet speed boat with
Stutz engine, brand new Apply
706 South Washington Street.
232-3p
FOR RENT?Furnished room to
'gentleman with private family on
North Washington Street. Ad
dress A. H. care of Gazette Of
fice. 232-2p
FOR RENT?October 1st new mod
ern apartment to couple without
children 114 North Alfred Street
230-3c.
FOR RENT?1000 Cameron street,
J Store room with two living rooms,
electric lights and water. Apply
E. B. Garth. 624 King Street.
Room 4. 2"0-tf.
WANTED?A 5 or 6 room mod
ern apartment or would share a
'.large house with congenial peo
ple. Address X Y Z Care of Ga
zette Office. 2.??2-2p.
WANTED?House. 4 or 6 rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. ;rood lo
cality, Alexandria, or between
Alexandria and Four Mile Run.
Address Box C Gazette Office
243-4p.
WANTED?By couple, no children,
?nicely furnished house or apart
ment, modern convenience, desir
able location. Address Box 0. Ga
zette Office.
WANTED?Two furnished rooms
for liirht housekeeping. Address
T. T. Care of Gazette Office.
231-^p.
WANTED?Modern apartment. Will
pay jrood price for same. Address
Box R, Care of Gazette Office.
228-tf
FOR SALE?S room 3 story brick
dwelling, at 822 Duke street. This
house has Hath, sewer connections,
and gas, will be soU for $3,250.
CARVER & CALLAHAN
127 North Fairfax Street
Adjoinin.tr Chamber of Commerce
Phone 132.
FOR SAI.E?Frame house 204
f rankhn street, near shipyard, fi
rooms, srood yard, <^as ami water.
Appy 122 North Payne street.
232-2p.
FOR - SALE?Overland car, .unvy
r painted/ and>sovVv.hatiled; ? -x^-lient
j condition: wood tires. Appiy at
. OuiK-an's garage. ? ?
1'J ~-L-' 1
; ?0R SALE?Cheap to quick pur
chaser, 1211 Prince street, 8
rocms and bath, lot 20 x 122 feet,
<-;de and back entrance, room for
garage. Call at 1211 Prince St.
I or :j24 King: Street. 209-tf.
] STRAYED?To my place -September
! IS, one-male hog. Owner may
J have same by proving property
and paying all expenses. Philip
L. Rush, 3001 Duke street, 231-3p
I STOLEN?iFrom' corner of King and
| Washington streets at 12:30 p.
j m., a lamp from a motorcycle.
I Did you see any one get it? Ad
j dress P. Care of Gazette Office.
! 23t-2p.
'for minor roof repairing
i and painting call S13-W for the
j Roof Man. 231-4p.
! LOST OR STRAYED?a black set
ter dog, with collar and chain,
with name on collar. Return to
?120 South Lee street and receive
reward. 232-lp
. ?rrrrrrrr
ANNOUNCEMENT
?"olumbia Bedding Company has
jpened a mattress fa^ory and is
no,.v ready to renovate box springs
nattresses, pillows and etc., at rea
oi.able prices. Wcrk called for and
iellvered the same day. Let us call
i:vi give you estimate. So? us abou
a new mattress. Wo buy old feath
er mattress. Columbia Bedding
V. Prince and Commerce Streets
Phone 7-13 1R.Q-2W
TRUSTEES SALE
Arctirn Sale of Rysemoni Residence
By virtue of the authority vested
in the undersigned Trustees by <le<?d
of trust dated February 27. 1013.
executed by Martha V. Stanton and
D. Worth Stanton, recorded in Deed
Bcok 66 pr.ire 513. default having
be-, n made in the payment of one of
th" notes thereby securd, and at
the requst of the holder of said
notes, the undersigned Trustee will
?for for sale at public auction at
* Royal street entrance to the
M.rket Building. In the city of
\lexandria, Virginia, at 12 o'clock
noon WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8.
\919f that certain .property con
veyed in said deed of trust, s.itua
ed on the South side of Cedar
^tieet. improved hy a two-story
?.tuceo on frame house bounded and
'escribed as follows:
Lot No. 20, iii Block No. 2. in sec
tion No. 1 of a certain plan of lots
nwn as T'osemont a plat of which
s duly of record in the Land rec
ords or t!ie County of Alexandria
"n Deed Book No. 119. pa ye "('J'-,
nr.d being the same property con
veyed to the said Martha V. Stan
ton by William Jorsr and w ife by a
leod to be recorded herewith.
The property is subject to the
'it'll of a deed of trust to secure
' sum of Three Thousand (83,000)
?lollars which is duly of record in the
'r.rd records, 'in Deed Book 12-i,
?\:ire 80.
Terms "of sale Cash. Conveyan
cing It the cost of purchaser.
JULIAN T. BURKE, Trustee.
227-1.3t.
vAMUEL H. LUNT, AUCTIONEER
Vucticn Sale of Unredeemed Pledges
)N TUESDAY MORNING SEP
TEMBER .30. 19!J), at 10 O'CLOCK.
1 will commence to sell at the es
tablishment of E. Heidenheimor,
uic., 505 Kin^ Street. Alexandria.
V;;.. all pledges upon which the in
:cr?st is overdue up to this date,
'(insisting of Diamond Rin<rs. Pin,
barrings, and Studs, Gold, Silver,
;r..! Metal Watches, all kinds of
yii.e .Jewelry. Guns, Revolvers, Sil
verware, -Books, Umbrellas, etc.. to
other with a line of croocls genet
illy found in a loan office. Ticket
holders kindly take notice.
E. HE1PENHEIMER. INC.
227-(5c. ' BROKERS.
I^UJPTSOLES 1
First-Class Repairing Only i
Blue Rib'ion Shoe Co. ;
At The Lowest Prices
407 KING STREET
I
Joseph Sanders, Prop.
Half and whole Neolin Soles. Good
vear rubber heels, wooden heeLj of
all kinds.
THE IDEAL SHOE
. - j REPAIRING CO.
1201 KING STREET
OHIO guardsmen mobilized
Regiment eady for Duty in Connec
tion With Stefi itrike
Columbus, Ohio, ^ef29. the
Ohio National Guard cf 12 mfantrv
ar.d three auxiliary companies, was
wobilizba yesterday for possible
duty, supposedly at Steubenville.
The order is said to have been is
sued to keep {rood faith with ,Gover
nor Cornwall, of West Virginia, who
hss bc-en fearing an invasion of
lhat Stats by Steubenville and Min
o-o strikers, who, it was reported,
were slated to march today to
Weirtcn, W. Va., tc urjre steel work
ers to quit work.
Adjutant Gtr.eraL-La.yton last
ivrhi held a conference at his office
with Colonel Benson V/*. Hough,
Delaware, who has been organising
companies of the old Fourth Ohio,
and other Ohio Guard oificers.
Most of them were in uniform.
Hough, it was learned, was placed
in command of troops.
It became known that men were j
ssr.t today to get three machine |
gens from Camp Sherman.
I? the action was taken on account j
of the Steubenville situation, it do-j
vvlbpo;' last night there probably j
weald 'have been no need for it. It j
may b:-. however, tint other possible ?
conV?ihcancic3 are in the minds of the
State authorities.
Ohio Guard companies last night
wove mobilised at th.-ir armories,
?t net known whether they will
b: demobilized aft-v thv Steubenville
situation is settled oc whether they
wi!l be held for other r.orsiblc even
i-ali'-i'^ in connection with the na
t:m-wi ie steel strike
MRS. HOWELL. FOUND GLILi^
Jnrv Requires Forty-Five Minutes lo
Return First Decree Murder
Verdict
; Fia.. Sept. 20.?Mrs. Grace
j TT r.-or. trial at WeSst Palm Beach
!-?; r a charge cf vcr.ue, for the mur
! ? ? of her husband, Thomas S. How
;:i Miami las', year, was convicted
?y '.iv ri'.-ht of murder in the fits*
</ \r*s, wi'.h a recommendation to
..Y The jury w.-s out forty-five
v?; r. iitcs.
vi'r.g to testimony at the t:r:
?' } in Miami and partly brought cat
V : Palm Beach, Howell filed ru*'
'? 'v divorce because of his wife s al
'? irfid'dity and immediately r.ftc*
v rf. i s were served she sVit h:i"
>. Ahc presence of several witn.-?
Vrs. H-cwrrl was tried here te?
ccr-victcd and sentenced to i'f
?p- ??"?'scament, but tcok th.* case r
Vo Supreme Court and obt iincl .i rj
-nl. A r.cw trial was obtain* 1 ar
>. chanr? of vcr.ue granted.
*rne- defendant heard the verdic
v!'h..rt a quiver but her your,
?rr'hccr, Miss Grace White, who s
V. ;? sidi! through out the trial, we:
?:t. -ly. Insanity was her pi a. >
.??fesscd to remember nothing cf
: ?.^C(!y ar.d the events following
"'?y months.
UNIONS OF SLAYERS
j Teuton Communists Imitate Russians!
in V<ays of Removing
Disagreeables
Philadelphia, Sept. 29.?further |
reports state that the communists j
have murder centers at Hamburg. I
Munich, Eriurt and Eisenbach, be- j
sides Berlin and Halle, gays a copy
righted dispatch from Berlin to the j
j Philadelphia Public ed-er.
The Berlin murder center, of
which Inspector Blau was a victim, j
i had three eommuirst leaders, name- j
|Lcuschner, F/.htmaivn, and !
j H;-rr::s. Alt three :.rr under arrest.
| According to F-thtp-'arn's confession,
the Berlin murder ce:.t-er serves to
remove unmasked government spies
or persons disagreeable to she com
munists. These murder centers, or- ;
nixed auording to Russian meth
od?. have ample funds and passes
for gcing abroad, besides large
quantities of po:son. murderous im
plements end firearms.
The Hulie murder center is con
::U'jtc.l by v. Russian. The organiza
tlcn is cf recent date. Its Berlin
an-3 Halle centers came to a speedy
end owing to the discovery of its
crime".
Two prisoners in Halle are al
leged to have removed persons dis
agreeable to the communist party.
They say they were m-omised 10 t<
marks daily for the time ditrinar
whi"h the deed was to be done. In
reality, h< wever, they received only
10 marks each, with which they
v.*c;*e unable to make ends meet, so
-hey committ<ji robbery on a work
man, whivh lc<! to their arrest.
VOTE TO HOLD FIU.ME
Chamber of Deputies Ballots Unain
mously to Hold Contested City
Rome, .Sent. 20.?Ttaly as repre
--ntcrl by the chamber cf deputies
-offifir.l'v placed herself on record
-s trrapr:g that F:ume be incorporated
:'h:r the nail: rial boundaries. Vot
:- by ace! imntion, the chamber un
i TY'Vieirsly affirmed that Fiume
hi' gr>.nted to Italy.
C-rf:de.reo in the government's
;-?;Vty to obtain Italy's desires was
?-ed by Vi.te of 208 to 148, ten
?f ' he deputies not voting.
FT!?E AT CONEY ISLAND
vire in Nest cf Amusement Devices
Menaces Whole Resort Sunday
N -.v York, Sept. 20.?C:r.ey Is
>r 1 was threatened with destruction
vr-f?rday wVn fire breke cut ir thi
c. ? .B -n.-h Palace, a resort located Ir
'hi' heart of the jungle of amuse
ment devices wh'ich specialized ir
"Breaking the Hindenburg Line.'
T!u' Haze was discovered before it
made great progress, but held on for
:,h henr and a half despite the com
bined efforts cf scvern! companies cf
fir-e.iand sounds of volunteers*.-A
Th m!n>vn seenrlc railway was tempo
rarily put out cf cirrtirlsslcn.
viT'TVK?
?r - > \
It Wins a Woman
iXo woman can resist the
charm of a diamond solitaire,
its fire and jrlitter fascinate
her as no other jewel does. If
you want to make your wo
man friend or relative happy
a:ri always grateful to you,
i.'.iy her one of our diamond
rings. We shall he glad to
suggest the suitable >tone for
the purpose, full and see our
as.-ortment?it's d:sz/.ling.
SAUNDERS Sc BOM
629 KING STREET.
N*clary Public
U11 derwri ters Insurancc
I want to buy several small farms near the city.
Several inquiries for same are now on my files.
? REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
'l211 Prince
112 South I'itt
4i>* North Pitt
117 South Henry Street
308 North Columbus
;J2S South Patrick
<51 :> South Pit-t
;i 1 *. South Patrick
317 South Patrick
?J2''i-i28 Snuth Washington
Princes sand Pitt, 8 lots 10x80
Del Ray, 4 lots
?102 1-2 South Royal
j 41 ft-1 <121 Duke
?r<;!2 South I-ce
m,p Humphreys Road, 7 room
houses with five acres of ground
each, a so good fruit trees.
1
y
113 South Fairfax Street
FOR SALE AT DEL KAY, YA.
On Peyton Avenue Close to Electric
Cars and Mt. Yernon Boulevard
Two beautiful bungalows just com
pleted, contain 5 rooms and bath, wilh i
small pantry, ? hot waiter he:it, elec
tric lights, city water, cement side
walk, fine garage and chicken house,
with cement floors.
Lots are 50 feet front and 115 ftc-i
deep.
This property must be seen to be
appreciated. For price and terms of
sale call or address.
I
JOHN D. NOILMOYLE
Tl^om 3 Alexandria National Dank j
Buildinjg Bell I'houo 5G1
For Sale
Improved properties ranging m
price from $i."00 to $25,000.
One cf the handsomest homes in;
Alexandria.
A business property on Cameron
Street, near Torpedo Plant.
Store, with six living rooms above,
in western section of city.
Buy lots in Roscmor.t now, while
you can, and at present prices. .
Land location Alexandria?Acco.
fcink concrete road, seven miles south
of Alexandria.
5 and. JO acre farms near Mf;. Ver
non at $100 per acre.
A. H. AGNEW
Real listate Sales
Room 3 Smith Building:
ft24 King" St.
2k-? -5SL
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LLc-'O i'fci
ItOOM 3, SMITH BUILDING, 621 KING ST
For quick results list your properly
with inc.
The Cleaning of
Lace Curtains and I
TP. "*7" "V? a ?
fS! Pl?lchPS
Has been added to our ever increasing business in
cleaning rug's and carpets. And our service is prompt
arid careful. May we demonstrate it to you?
' OUR TRUCKS GO EVERYWHERE
Alexandria Laundry, Inc.
Look these over and make appointment to inspect
the property.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
922-26 Duke St., each $2,000.00
127-129 S. Fairfax, each 3,500.00
603 N. Columbus 4,000.00
21S-20 N. Pitt .1,700.00
214-16 N. Pitt ........ 3,650.00
1014 Prince 4.500.00
1017 Queen street .... 2,000.00
232 X. Alfred ' 2,500.00
427 S. Washington .... 3.500.00
1211 Prince St 3,750.00
230 X. Alfred .. l.SOO.OO
22$ N. Alfred 1,800.00
224 X. Alfred 2.000.00
1923 Duke 2,000.00
1300 Princess 5,000.00
322 X. St. Asaph 2,250.00
525-27 S. Alfred 1,600.00
123-25 Duke 4,500.00
114 X. Patrick 3.500.00
326 X. S1.. Asaph 2.250.00
320 X. St. Asaph 2,250.00
32S X. St. Asaph 2.250.00
108 Commerce 2.000.00
Washington & Pendleton 7,250.00
311 Qaeen 2,200,00
125 X. Washington 5,000.00
512 Duke 8,500,00
117 South Lee 3,900.00
1018 Queen street .... 2.10'J.0O
40S Wilkes 2,000.09
323 X. St. Asaph 1,200.00
721 Ousen 5,250,00
212 Kin? 3,000.00
("?23-29 S. Patrick each .. 800.0'?
514 Queen 3,000.00
427 S. Fairfax 4,750.00
|f ^ ~55/ri,c^ ft*, ?.
U
5,000.00
2,000.00
4,000.00
1,200.00
3,500.00
314 S. Fairfax
423-31 S. Columbus
304 S. Lee
310 X. St. Asaph ...
202 S. Pitt ...7..
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
501 Queen 4,000.00
6i3 S. Washington .... 4,500.00
201 S. -Pitt 2,000.00
1113 Prince St 3,."00.00
333 S. Patrick 1,000.00
130 N. Fayette 3,000.00
810 Prince 6,500.00
714 Wythe 4,750.00
319 S. Pitt
521 Duko
1303 Prince
624 X. Washington .
115 S. St. Asaph ....
113 S. St. Asaph .
118 X. St. Asaph ..
120 X. St. Asaph ..
1014 Prince St. ..I.
3-3-25-27 S. Patrick each 1,600.00
702-04.06-08-10-12-18 N. Colum
bus, each |l,S50.00
2U> Wolfe St b,800.00
117 S Henry 5,550.00
224 S. Washington St 7,000
4,500.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
5,500.00
5,000.00
, 4,500
3.000.00
4,000.00
4,500.00
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5S0 KING STREET
'!i Alexandria, Va.
M
Phone 571) j
i
Two' comfortable brick
dwellings, newly fitted
up, all modern conven
iences. Fine neighbor
hood. Apply to
uujkESce ' staklEI
415 Prince Street
3
AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
New and Second'Hand Hooks
For City and County Schools
Let us fill your hook list. Best
elections and lowest prices.
S. F. DYSON & BUG.
Booksellers and Stationers
j! J20 KinR Street Alexandria, Ya. j
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WASHINGTON VIRGINIA
RAILWAY CO.
In Effect Fehriwry 2", JOfS.
S-ihjoi't to (,'lmnKe Yl'Hh?mt ,\n;i?<r.
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*? !0, 8.20, *8.30, 8.40. 9.00. 9.20, 0.40.
s 10.20. 10.40. 11.011. 11.20, 1.1.10.
I\ 12.00, 12.20. 12.4<?, l.OO, 1.20,
?..?I, V.-lo, 1.50, 2. uo, 2. i it, 2.20, 2.:;o.
2.50, 3.00, 2.10, 3.20, 3.3 it. 3.40,
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? K\-fc;?t Sundays arwl Holidays
: Except Sundays.
(cavr ASrxnnilria P?f Ml. Vcrunu
M.? 15.35, 0.55, 7.55, 8.55, D.00,
11.35. *
1?.!.?J2.35. 1.3r>, 2.35, 3.,>S, 4..,5,
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Sundays.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
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XT. S. RAELRO/.D ADMINISTRATION,
Ticket Oi'icc, Urin<:i Station.
INVEST YOUR
IDLE MONEY
In fine building lots close to tho
city of Alexandria, in Del Itay,
and St. Elmo, Alexandria Co., on
Mt. Vernon Electric Lino. Lots
1 rar.ge from $200 to $300 and are
close to Mt. Vernon Boulevard.
Sold on Easy Terms.
JOHN D. NOEMOYLE
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance ?
Alexandria, Va.
!! "Plumbing That Satisfies"!
Call us at any timo
Phone
Wm. DESMOND
112 NORTH ST. ASAPH STREET |j
Now is the time to have your
heating system overhauled for the
winter. Repairs a specialty.
E. P. JENKINS
uex i:ral co:>tra<tor
Steam and Hut Water Heating
!i Pipeless Furnaces and Gas Fitting
ii ? .
Cor. Cameron and RovaKSts.
. 1\1. 55iJ*i " Alexandria. Va. '!

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