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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, October 13, 1919, Image 8

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DRY ENFORCEMENT PASSED
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Adopt* Conference Report
\.nd Sends Measure to
? President
Washington, OctJ. 13.?Enactment
of the Prohibition Enforcement hill
, *'a.<- completed last tfreek "by Con
gress with the House adopting the
conference report already agreed to
* by ihe Senate and sending the
measure to the President for ap
proval. Preceding the House ap
proval of the report by a vote of
:*31 to 70, vain effort was made to
send it back to conference, with in
structions to eliminate- a section
permitting State ^authorities to issue
warrants. _ . >,
? THEATRES
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IXGOMAR THEATRE
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''The Girl Alaska," the great pic
ture cf the north country, which will
."be -the attraction at the Intgomar:
Theatre tonight, and every foot ot.
whL-h was made en, Alaskan ? soil,
tells how the girl, in order to reach
Alaska, stows away on a steamr.hip,
in boy's clothes, and then, when
discovered,, is obliged to do every
Sort of menial work in order to pay
for her passage.
?But while on the boat she meets
the.young man with whom she. pals
all through Alaska, in all sorts of
adventures, and then marries when
they have discovered a valuable gold
mine.
Chapter 9 of "The Great Gamble"
also will be shown.
grand theatre
"The Seng of Songs," the Art
craft picture starring Elsie Fergu
son, and now being cxhibU'd at the
Grand Theatre, presents ait unusual
The ideal stomach and
liver tonic. Gives you a
new lease on life,
Makes everything you
eat taste good. ? |
Takes away .that dull i
stupid listless "all in" feel
ing, and enables you to en
joy life to the fullest ex
tent.
Vigor and vim are the
results of a few doses,
j; Get a bottle today. .
Gibson's Drug Store
Is the Sole I>istnibu.iing A rent in
' Alexandria.
? Scene in Cleveland, O., wheii a disorderly stoei tsiri!:c-r was aiTCMied by
policemen.
story. Just -v von are heaving hi RICHMOND THEATRE
sigh cf relief at the triumph of j
Lily Kardos?-the ro!e played b> | "A Temperamental Wife/' star
Miss Ferguson?in baffling the hu- j rjn'? Constance Talniadge which v. :.l
man wolves who best the path of the J shown at the Richmon:! rheatre
girl who begins as a salesgii'l and j tonight, is the first of a series of
succeeds in winning as a husband I twelve productions to be made by
an ex-senator who is a mutli-niil-' Miss Talmadge and which will be
lionaire, "the woman scorned" takes distributed bv the First National
a hand and cunningly contrives to j Exhibitors' Circuit.
place the young girl in a comprising | The story was written by John ;
position ar.rfl the jealous ar.:l elderly j Emerscn and Anita Loc-s. wellv i
husband casts her off. Then follows ' known for their directing and croa-J (
'? series of sensational incidents in , tivc ability for the screen, and is
which the beautiful Miss Ferguson i their first effort since their marri- j
displays -her talents as an emotion- j age recently.
al actress. Also 11th episode "in ;
Perils of Thunder Mountain." ?? Try a Gazette classified ad.
Constance Talmadg'e
in.
IPl Temperamental
At The Richmond Monday
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Have You Funds
Is So, Consult Us Regarding Our
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In Notes of $500, $1,000
And Larger Amounts
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Which means that you can-invest as low as $500 on first mortgages, secur
ed on improved real estate in Alexandria City1 and its growing suburbs.
For twenty years I have: been making real estate loans for hundreds of
clients in Alexandria City and-elsewhere, and have never lost a dollar as a re
suit of said investments. ??'?v.:
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We see that the semi-annual interest on your loans is paid promptly and,
look after all other details. A service that is without charsre to the investor.
John D. I
Notary Public
Alexandria National Bank Building,
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Phone 564
Fire Insurance.
PURITY AID PROGRESS
ONE FOR ^LL ALL FOR ONE
Official Organ of Alexandria Lodge No. 1076 Loyal j
Order of Moose
And consider well the future of your family, in
their child like trust they are looking to you for pro
tection. Your decision today jn case of sudden death
or sickness will either be for their future benefit or
otherwise.
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Of the heartache 2nd sorrow in that home of
yours should the Almighty decree that your days .
are numbered. Have you prepared for the future (j;j
of your wife and babies?
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Upon the suggestion that I am about to make join
the Moose. It protects the whole family. The future
happiness of your wife and the education of your
children is assured. They are not left lo the mercy of
strangers, for in Mooseheart the city of childhood,
the home of contented hearts, the shrine of happy
childhood, the School that trains for life, they find a
Haven. Virginia Lodge 1076 Loyal Order of Moose
Invites you to membership. Entrance fee is $6.00 for
a limited time only. Dues $11 per year, paid quarter
ly, benefits $9 per week, sick or accident, $100 fune
ral and the privilege of Mooseheart for your wife
and children. For further information.
' Dist. Deputy Supervisor
Organization Headquarters 216 King St., Alex., Va.
Office hours 7.30 to 9 a. m. and 1 p. m. to 10 p. m.
1 tliLs
Alexandria's Most Progressive Bank
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King and St. Asaph Streets
Public approval of the progressive policy of this
strong institution, in the development of Alexan
dria's industries, is manifested in their support of
the bank, which is duly appreciated by the manage
ment.
Resources September 30, 1917 $1,488,621.09
Resources September 30, 1919 $2,589,466.16 ?
Increase $1,100,845.07
.!5dT)UWDS^?.
BUSY CORNER" PENNA.AVLAT 8 TH:Sf.
Specializing" in
en's Coats
At $39.75
These are fine wool velours, silvertones, broad
cloths,-novelty mixtures, and reversible polo cloths.
Two especially good styles at this price are the fol
lowing. One is a loose-back style, and the other is a
belted model, both have good quality seal collars.
Other styles have collars of piush, and self materials.
The colors are those most popular this season, in
cluding, of course, navy and black.
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CarefuSv Planned Building and Improving
LUMBER
FLOORING
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CEILING
MOULDINGS
DOORS
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BLINDS
LATHS
SHINGLES
BUILDING LIME
PORTLAND CEMENT
W.ALL PLASTER
PREPARED ROOFINGS
TERRA COTTA PIPE
AMD EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING
BUT THE HARDWARE
W. A. SM007 & CO., Jmc.
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Pictures Changed
Daily
The Grand Theater
Matinee Every
Saturday
TODAY
Arteraft Present;
Elsie Ferguson
in
"Song of Songs9'
The rise and down fall of pretty Lily Kardos.
charming and interesting story.
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Also 11th Chapter
"Perils of Thunder Mountain'
TOMORROW
Vitagraph Presents
Corrine Griffith
in
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THE UNKNOWN QUANTITY"
Can a gamble break a man who never plays. See this
interesting story.
Also Edoie Polo in '
"Cyclone Smith's Play Trumps" '
? Another Celebrated Smith Story
' Alex a iidri a. Amusement C o mpa n y's Attractions I
PRICES
15c and 25c
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j Pictures Changed !|
Daily
F. N. E. Presents
Constance Talmadge
ill
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A Temper mental Wife,:
Bray's Pictograph
Tomorrow?Virginia Parson in "Impossible Cath
erine." This picture comes to the Richmond be
' fore presentation in Washington.
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ngomar
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PRICES )
15c and 20c |
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The first and only j)hotoplay ever made on Alaskan
soil
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The Gir! Alaska"
A thrilling plot of love and adventure
Chapter 9 of "The Great Gamble" 1
Tomorrow?Marguerite Clark in "Three Men and a
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