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Kxt+pt fnnday By the Alexandria Gazette Cmporatior. 117 Kin? Streat, Alexandria, Va. ?OWAltD W. .SMITH, Pxaldtst and ? Trfaiurer tfrlLMAM A. SMOOT ... Vfree-Ptesldeat MICHAEL T. UYVlKIt Kdltor ?nter?Ml at the PostoSlce at Alexan dria, Virginia, as' second class matter. v . ? r . THE LATE'SEXAT^U -MARTIN The Senate last n.'Vht, on motion of Senator Swanson, ' recessed until tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock for purpos(. of enabling senators to at tend tin1 funeral of the late Senator Thomas S. Martin, which was held from the family home near Char lottesville-this afternoon. A special train was provided .to convey sena tors to and from the fiyi'Val. Vice President M<n,*s*h::!! attended in addition to the following com mittee appointed to represent, fne Senate: Senators Swanson. f.odire, i Cummins. Hitchcock; Simmons. Knox, Fletcher. Nelson. Overman, Bankhead, Robinson. Smith, of Ari zona:' Smith, of Maryland; Under wood, Walsh, of Montana. Warren, Smoot and Williams. Among many messages of sym pathy received by the family was one. from President \Vilson. iBurial was in the cemetery of the Uivcirsify of Virginia. The Baltimore Sun of this morn ing contained a long editorial con taining suitable eneoniurns in res pect to the memory/ of. Virginia's senior Senator. Among ?. other things our contemporary says: "There has been in 'recent years further development of new points of view in the Did Dominion. In the matter of Prohibitum, the state of the cavaliers and: of unrestricted hospitality has become more Puritan than Massachusetts. Tri the com monwealth in which women would formerly have disdained to clamor for office or political privileges, there are some who are ready to swap t!ie divine right of queens'nip for the ballot box and all the Pan dora-blessings that therein lie. New mental currents and undercurrents now puzzle the prophet who under takes to determine whether Virgin ia's reaction to the present situa tion will be toward old traditions, or toward something; still more prac tical and radical. "All the old intellectual fires have not expired ''in the mother of States ? and statesmen.' The country needs i her former leadership now as it has | rarely needed it before. She* can ; rnder a great national service if she lean contribute to the Senate at this,' ; juncture a man as strong and as [ brave as Thomas S. Mart in, and one who can revive the memories of her . great statesmen and orators/' /'REDS" IN THIS SECTION* J-.;:rVopie in Virginia have been wont to view the work of Bolshevist? from a long distance?in - far-away Russia or tho extreme northwestern ?ectioris of our own country. De velopments in Baltimore, however, show emissaries of this vicious class are at work in Baltimore, and i there is positive proof that they have invaded West Virginia. Activities of radicals threaten se rous trouble in the bituminous coal mine fields of that state, according i ? re-port? received by *he Dep'ji ?; meat of Justice. Th? situation in Monongah'-la and Taylor counties is described by De partment of Justice officials as: ?'particularly nasty." Meetings. <!i led and attended largely by Rus- j si:.ns. have precipitated some vio lence among the coal miners, the reports say. jDflicials assumed that the leaders f v'ie disorderly ek'ismts are re presentatives of the UtiM-i of Ka <ian Workers against whom the de partment ia conducting a vigorous campaign. The reports indicate that work ? f the Russians is directed at in finiMating miners who seek to re 'r.rn to work following the with drawal of the coal strike order. Agents of the Department of .Jus ii'/e are en route to the coal mining 'i:?tviets of Northern West Virginia, (iowrnor Cornwell announces. It ?..in be their purpose to ''clean out ???liical centers," and round ujj I. *A\ W. and Russian agitations. There are more than 1,000 Rus 'n miners in Monongalia county, ;*:*! it. is characterized as the worst sctiled of radicalism in West V-ir I %*'??' * '? * 1 , ^ ' ' I ' t With* shorter Ylays-and longer nights, and with the j approach of Jack Frost, v/e feel it a duty to remind you that tjie oxforjl* season isiat an-ernl and .that !?? Dame Fashion coffenfaifl^jku "to select' Vour fall ) boots. * ' u Fortunately, takhbugh net. without. surmounting 1 the difficulties -arising- thvou^lf a scarcity of-Iekther | and other post-war conditions familiar to you, we j | placed our order early. As a result we are able to of- , fer you a splendid selection of boots at reasonable j prices. f The delightful models are on the shelves and some I of the styles grace the window. You will admire ! them, we know. | . These boots have every new and worthy point of I style.* Slay we have the pleasure of a call? \ * I We are also showing a very complete line of the newest in spat pumps and spats?and shoes for men, boys', growing misses and children. BUY NOW OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT B. and B. Co., Props. 510 KING STREET 1 ? / > w ? . / I / Oil! Boys' Clothing is Style Add the dependable materials and' faultless workmanship' to the many exclusive features to be'found in our boys' suits and mackinaws and you have garments a bov can wear with pride and a mother can buy with confidence. 1 ft- % '$? fS ik Mi fd / i J v ; h- W help to make your boy proud of his figure, proud of the way his clothes fit, appreciative of the true economy which lies in sound -u'oolens, smart I tailoring, smart fashions; Long-last ing- fabric's.; and stii&ied-to-stay needlework?latest style with great est sturdiness.- - Fancy Weaves, $S.50.t6':$25.Gt) Blue Serges; SI2.50 to*$22.-10 Good Quality Cordurot, $8.98 to $15 Boys' Mackinaws, all sizes, heavy and warm, 812.50 and 815.00 ?*' Little Boys' Overcoats, sizes 2}/2 to S years, $7.50. $10.00, $12.50 Liiile Boys1- Chinchilla Overcoats sizes, V i to 10 years, ,$12.50 and $15. Store Opens 8.30 a. m. Closes 6 p. m. Except Saturday Alexandria's Largest Department Store' For the day in the week that brings forth y our greatest efforts in the culinary art. The day on which you usually iook for guests and on winch you neve ? wish to be caught unprepared. You can cut t he ever-increasing cost of living by buying your mea ts and produce at this store. We have come to Alex andr i to stay and intend to cut the cost of living t o the limit. The large quantities of meats handled by us each day, is the factor that enables us to quote prict ; that cannot be equalled in Alexandria. Our motto is "A Satisfied Customer" With every sale, and the many new customers daily joining the ranks of our atrons, bear out this statement. Our meats are guaranteed fresh and wholesome and we cordially invite you to call. 1 jl Smoked Meats Smoked Hams, lb 30c Smoked Shoulder, lb. 23c Boneless Breakfast Bacon, sliced ? ?.. 40c Boneless Breakfast Bacon, piece 38c Western Salt Meat, lb 28c Drv Salt Bu Us, lb. i 27c PIG TAILS, FRESH, LB 15c COMPOUND LARD, LB 27c PURE HOG LARD. LB 35c j BUY AT.THIS STOKE AM) "SAVE MONEY" i_ I ? ? ??? ? A From Choicest Young Pork U . V .y Fresh Hams, lb Fresh Shoulders, lb Rib Pork. Chops, lb. , ? Lean Pork Chops, lb. Rib Roast of Pork, lb. .100 per cent Pure Pork Sausage, lb 32c 28c 40c 35c 38c 35c JL to Saner Kraut, qt 12He Extra Mealy Potatoes, pk. .... 50c Fancy Sweet Potatoes, pk. .... 50c Grape Fruit, 2 for 15c Cranberries, qt 15c Grimes Golden Apples, 1 j pk. .. 30c Cabbage, lb k . Lettuce, head, 5 and 70c "Celery- bunch 10 and 12v2c Many Other Good Things to Eat COR. KING AND PAYNE STREETS Milk-Fed Best Quality Veal Cutlets, lb Loin and Rib Chops, lb Shoulder Roast of Yea! ,1b.,. i. Shoulder and Chops, "lb. ... .... Boneless Breast of Veal, lb. Loin Roast of Veal, Hi*. : Other Special Cuts on Sale * ?)C ?50C 2tfe :30c 25c :30c cl7?fl ?1 / Leg of Spring Lamb, lb 30c Shoulder" Lamb, for roa>t,' lb. :.. ?.*.'! ...:. 20c II! ?> Shoulder Lamb Chops, lb 25c Loin and Rib Chops, lb. ... 35c ^ue\v Lamb Breast, lb. .. ........... J2'/?c FANCY HOME DRESSED CHICKENS, ib. .. 40c ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 68c !'!