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his job across '.hi water Uncle S=m is now after the pVsflteaJ-ii and ..others- vyhp are. responsible for the highi cost of living. Hit fcWrtj-^V?oW.khd he is shielded with a strong device. iitafe; m SAVING prices ?* *$*.?,?,. * ??* .'?'. - ?' ?.? ?? . *? of^deral Reserve Board 1 ."T.elVS^Hp.W J-lyjng. Expenses May Be 'V-rty Everything Went i best, way to;reduce the :otiit'pi fiv.ink? ?' _ ?? , S' ?iSVi'itiD save" is tl?e:knsw?|!,-c?v-1 4a-3b>: .tlr*' f'A^fraJ Reserve ;B?ard .in a >cYfer:wrUten". by ;its:,Kqve^:ibr, ??? -'Oriai'd'hs; to- the B.toRUfe. Commit ted of the United V** i ii ... i,?,'i'itni1nr p.filisuleiaUOU tU? says ."ioveiuwi ????????????. jctfe*. cjarrelicV: legislattan at'lhis. ;aijjveces?>ary and .unds I'vabK-ud AwUl'd suggest. :b?t tfhetl) a;- vie?.W "i-r on an economic; cr finan *;a: ?<auuyi?tnt; the ?P?? pie-siui 'iiuiaiion is tnfsame, ,pa^ql>\ ?J, Wr?-'amt*\<k" save: to: ^p^'.;r3?p^r." j> 'Mi - ciTic feu^ly '-in urdet? ?fij*. "P'"^ lv<Jd und iiWiribcte'the -largest; Volume oi vgmwodities,Man^;tQ^xe? <sa3oi?Hb:ie' economies.'..'In border -.Ik. uioa?}., gpo|!s ind it looted Primarily to ttjp ;^tn% ?ti ju' t'f debt ayd to tl\e sati^TA.ctitm^^o ili.::.-/mi'and lor necessities; .'Vs.tiler ?;i\aa ??' ind.ulfcejjwe La Oi '-iv5 gratilicatiou oi iir.'uiif " . '' ? il-lug ail-Test, tiro vgar^tusre-fcis IxuioWed'y ".aken filai-e a certain anoint yt :.r^jt\expanfwon,'Go^?W Hording-aiiu^a',. ana jLhfc^?,t$fe ?jujk>ht-P a *6s ^ohnected with. the^jtjnsnc' in? Motile war /?Vas.ineviiabie.v* B^bsi^ ^ill bjs -.oiwefed as. .'the ;tffcyrt?.e5i jcs* 9-i :b? *hf? government;?.^ ^?l.r iuTpoa* o ar* gradually-absoy.b^a.bx 'j1' Visitors X't-i'. expansion'of ^ea.ifcl^ ea'i*" *o 'lifference,.; iGiaireWpi! Harding **/'. between the' Lptyf- ffij ?ioattdHures ofthe government wj thi iota' "atjiountB raised by theifgdy ?i jjPWent'through the nicrdiuto ?<? ?t&?? tioa and" from the sale of: and tfher obligations so tyfty ?*<sts paid";for out of the ;.a\iitg3f: of thlj oeopie. We tloes '.oiie-4 an> -eiiaole'estimate ? ???> euk can be rsade. w-1 ' " *?? tiiat, Trtiaioser. it is. ' t. li* .iira'f aa'ay Vosotbed through xumh ?>a\togs iov the leaaoa Mihl oaukt <-e ''"-,J ^ and fi.i> al*r.7? be expected freely; 'on' tb?-.=5overnmetu ".-^uOs ' posited a? i.oltateral. * ^he ijrinupat causc ' .Y^des jusi before aud dura * ibt ioii oi Ihe -war wat the ? !:?**<' ? '. -r' governu^nts of the allied u&ti.i ill;kinds o? commoditlef ??' ^ ^ meiilate delivery in large ;n ? \ the "eempetitlor. of thic r." .? ?> 5ov,einments with purchaa" cate nidiViduals who Iaiied-*< tliejr 'expenditures at ? '? sura^e wiln ihe tJrow lu?. *'i - rTi[ : ?jt i^ese government.?.' ..;0iie of tne. features of -?it "'? pe.od. thrpugn which im now passing anrl T>hKt. rcafked 't>r rising pi ices. ' ?? a era! relaxaLion of war-tints k ? personal economy. 1 his t >ic in an increased demand io. M- ? .a c otning and other common! ?. mall' persons who during c.= praictioed a more or less rlgi-J omV in their personal purchase. it must be opvne in mind tha" i*. ire not only buying at market vMcos luc are buying in competition ^ith the expoi t demand.. In addition, .arge lv ihcreabed 'wages ana incomes lur i'ng| the- Ave years-hkve developed ! ^man.d for many commodities J hich ?.treVnot>"af're?Infe^es3ity. Thls^nat urallv has diverted labor and raw and manufactured materials ^ tlhls 'to Tjron-eBsentiala, f$&?' TELLS HOW OTHER PEOPLE GET AHEAD Pamphlet Issued by U. S. Treasury Answers Question "How Can I Save Money." liutyphlet entitled "How Other e -P' (Vet Ahead." For individuals and families w os Jon,M ,? h. than !5.0?0 ? y pamphlet. ? >??* ?< ? ;ESTC:sS^ icffUWiitpvcrnm'^t .ity;$st3Kai^n9.in ' Ithe' WveraS. subject?v f?5 'e , Igarded as'UP ^ teto a:id Accural*.. i Thi* lhnt^riul lutiUcs pi- si '? *'Si-tor the*tliabft of>. oAT?e i ??v , ;??Wi: it fill to?wst sw:>!;to. | iiWii'l jsifirtfc' hrcoms.1;'-?' > ?. ? I '? nW-S^V jic 5 suegjpsts m I iS-iy-?. -I#* I'tiiteiii, cav!?iiinw? ?*?w ' (J07i ^MSuv^tiie '"AnotSW #3&GMsfik " infea?pi'1'">',s : ' ! '? ? ,;4i t? ??? '?? ?> >??? ^?./Ti,V,V.pr of -point*, and muc.: ?* ir^? ? ?%* !eato> I.'. ????><? to l?? iMnS SET SPLENDID : ^r.MMPE IN SAVINGS 'r '-' ri Mctuna^ in ^-awaj Buy* *?r*? ? , ., .S6V =??!? C-ap'a ??? ..poitf frow^H^seju!^. r-^ ,. I \V lu'^-'iVirn arO ??*?,)?* '". ,.r t. |> uuf V- ^ne^ed .,> ;-C J-V.9ui.pt. '; ?: a; ?,n.^ -W 'Thrift r ? ,' O CV? - V)rin? ? *'T U- ' V U pv. ?.ri a. *Ho ; - ? ;: ,(1,^if .0j -',=9e ' v.; -.la- of %u$i< ?**}**>**' '?:;. * ' ... -onMUei*? Hva?.^ -t?s ? ' ? ;v. r<t<.-e lar.ii 'tie per:5api ? ..., "'ritfiO States 'a\ '8 5 V -,V- - .h* optimism o* ??s ';? T ,.;.Ur .mm sxailon it. Ut?. la ; '.:' ? n^n. remarkable the total sales o. War c> ^Ld Thrift Stamps in Ha^au - \ f -r $2 0:0.000. or moro than ^Vv.C?*c<M?s of Hs quota." i-'"h\'^?rrr?r35^^ 4u'a"o? ?.foM ?oe. I-abor. sMiaf U .!,vai vou want. K means money jia?.*oo. for War Savings-Stamp". Spend u little less than you earn? j it's a-.s-uro ioad to success. Put youi savings in War Savings Stamps. ?S Thrift helped to v.*in the w;-j. It will enable us to enjoy the tru!t? of Victory also." LONDON PARALYZED Industrial Stagnaticn Prevail. Throughout United Kingdom London, Sept. 29.?Industrial stag nation prevails throughout the lin? ted Kingdom. All -hopes for a settlement ari ,'olasted by the obstinate refusal both of the workers and the government to get together. Eveiy attempt at conciliation?ami there have been .many in the past twenty-four hours ?has failed. The 1,000,000 railway men now idle are bound to draw other hun dreds cf thousands of workers into the maelstrom beginning today. The great industrial centers of Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow are paralyzed through the inability to supply the workers material with which to work. Colleries and factories already are closing all over the laud, throwing out hundreds of thousands of min I ers and other workers. The country stands aghast at the [extent of the demoralization that j ! followed the breach between the I | government and labor. | WRECK DUE TO MALICE ' Saboard Officials Say Switch Jaws Were Held Apart by a Stone Petersburg, Va.. Sept. 29.?Rail way officials have no doubt that 'the wreck of Seaboard Air Line i train No. 5 three miles south of; this city early yesterday morning was caused bv the switch being i i opened with maleious intent. The j switch lock was broken, and the jaws of the switch held apart by ; means cf a large stone. The switch ' lamp was stolen, the wick being i found some distance from the lamp standard. ??Dr. J. M. Burke, chief surgeon of : the' Seaboard, after a close exami nation, says he has little doubt that th^'Hvreck probably wa-s caused by robbers. Embers of a fire above the scene were found. Bloodhounds fol lowed;. a trail for about 2 mli'les, when it was lost at a street railway crpssang. The body of Engincr C. L. Smith, of Raleigh, was taken to Asheville yesterday morning for interment. The:;Body of Harry Ferguson, the fi^pian, is still here. The negro killed in th? wreck. wfi)]? heating his way. was identi fied' a3 James Hobbs, of Dinwiddie cdrinty, for whom a reward of $10') was offered for shooting another negro about six months ago THEATRES i GRAM) THEATRE If you were passing a (lark house in a Icnely street, and if a giri told you of a man dying within, what would you do? That situation con fronted -Marcel Levinget. an ama teur detective and clubman of wealth, portrayed by Wallace Reid Heating at the Old Prices Try us and be Convinced ICASPAR & SAULLER 1322 PRINCE STREET J; r For Itching Torture There is one remedy that seldom jaiif. tc stop itching torture and relieve ?V ;i> irritation and that makes the skin clear and healthy. Any druggist can supply you with 'Zonuj, which generally overcomes all ?,kiii diseases. Eczema, itch, pimples, rashes, blackheads in most cases give way LoZemo. Frequently, minor blem ishes disappear over night Itching us ually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and dependable. It costs only 35c; an cx (ta 'a'-ge bottle, SI.00. It will not stain, re i?r?t greasy or sticky and is positively safe for tender, sensitive skins. . Thr E. W. Rore Co., Ci'ivcland. C. Neglect That Tir yen ? They simply can't make tfres good enough to prevent tread cuts. And a tread cut means trouble. If neglected the result is a "blowout," sooner or later. The sooner you get an r jured tire to us the bet ter?but there's no blow out too bad for us to fix ?Right. OLD DOMINION TIRE CO 100-102 N. Fayette St. Alex. 845 $ j in his latest Paramount picture, I "The House of Silence," which is to | be displayed at, the Grand Theatre i tonight. : The story of this exceptional pho ? copl'ay is intensely dramatic, and in ; the development of the plot a hat J pin and woman's purse .ire the only clews Lev ingot can discover in his effort to trace tii slayer. He .finds her at last, only to learn that the slaying: was. legally justified, .but it did not need this conclusion ?to inspire love for the distressed girl in the heart of the cluhman detective. After a scries of thrilling' incidents he unmasks the secret of the mysterious house and wins a .pretty bride. Also "Perils of Thun der Mountain." rlax FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA Oct. i?Home coming welcome to Fairfax soldiers Address of welcome by Hon. R. Walton Moore, re sponded to by Col. Charles Hine. October 2.?Horse show day. Address at 12 o'clock noon by Hon. E. W. Saunders, member of Congress from 5th district of. Virginia. October 3.?Great annual gathering of school children of Fairfax County. Army aeroplane and tank exhibited daily. Open at night, 1st and 2nd nights. All the usual attractions of a first class coun ty fair. To Our Patrons Alexandria, Va.t June 2, 10H). In line with our progressive banking methods, and to meet the de mands of our patrons, we are installing on July 1st, an up-to-date Safe Deposit Department, under the personal supervision of one of our officers. This has been made necessary from \':-2 fact that a large number of our depositors owning Liberty Bor.ib and other securities desire a safe place for their keeping. It is our plan to enlarge the number of Sare Deposit Poxes, r?nd make a rental charge to meet the operating expenses of this Depart ment. This charge'will become effective July 1st, 1919, and a bill will lie sent out at that time to the holders of boxes, and if any desire to make any change we will be glad to have them call before the bills arc rendered for the ensuing year. By order of the Board of Directors The Citizens National Bank I Cor. Alfred and Wilkes Streets :\!I Orders Promptly Delivered, Small or Large Phone 1010 BUSY CORNER" PEN MA. AVE.A7 8TH.ST. For little toddlers too small to go to school and the ; little yindergarteners just starting. Sizes from 2 to 6 years. New Pall Coats, made of corduroy, velour, plush, ; velveteen, broadcloth, silvertone, chinchilla diagonal j cloth, heathertone, in tailored and dressy models, in ; the new morocco, Pekin, victory blue, castor brown,: and green. Some of these have fur collars, others are trimmed with fur bands 01 finished with velvet collars. Priced from $7.50 to $42.50 New Fall Bonnets and pretty caps and hats to match the coats. These are in white and colors, with ribbon or fur trimmings. ? Priced from $2.98 to $9.95 Kann's?Second Floor. COAL LUMBER AND?8U!LDING MATERIALS W o A j Ml O o T 5 A Invest a Part of Your Savings in Carefully Planned Building and improving N LUMBER FLOORING SIDING CEILING MOULDINGS DOCS S SASH BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES ?. BUILDING LIME PORTLAND CEMENT WALL PLASTER PREPARED ROOFINGS TERRA COTTA PIPE AND EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING B U T THE HARDWARE! w. A. SMOOT S CO.. Inc. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA A s M O 0 C 0 N C CM. LUMBER AMD * BUILD! NS MATERIALS r IPirst Ms-ttosraal Bank ALEXANDRIA, VA. THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN VIRGINIA. f ? *? J The Largest and Strongest Bank in the City ' ': The Service Rendered by this Bank is Evidenced by its Phenomenal Growth. 1 . ' ' Resources March 5, 1917 ?. $1,829,331:47 " 4, 1918 $2,020,055.80 " . " 4,1919. . $2,849,965.94 , xmnmuua ro; -minr ?yATx.ir.mNQwaasa Pictures Changed!! Daily; J The n JJ ???< 1 TODAY Jesse L. Lasky Presents Wallace Reid in a The House of Silence' What is it? Mysterious shrine of a wealthy recluse 01 rendezvous of crime? Mystery and thrills. See il. Also Antonio Moreno in "PERILS OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN" 9th Cbapter . Matinee Every: Saturday TOMORROW See EDDIE POLO.IN "Cyclone Smith's Come Back" A stirring western drama Also Vitagraph Feature ? ? ? HARRY T. MOREY in "FIGHTING DESTINY" A drama of the underworld with, many thrills and excitement. Alexandria, Amusenient Company's Attractions ngomar PRICES ij 15c and 25c D iCiunoi || Pictures Changed ; Daily il II PRICES l! 15c and 20c 7"^ Paramount Presents Jack Pickford m "Bill Apperton's Floy' Bray's Pictograph Tomorrow?Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Ba> nc in "God's Outlaw" "> World Presents Montagu Love In a brisk, smart comedy, with plenty of lively action "A. Broadway Saint" ^ Also Chapter 7 of the new Serial featuring Anne Luther, and/ Cha* Hutchison 1 ' "THE GREAT GAMBLE" ; Tomorrow?Wallace Reid in "Alias Mike Moran'