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Classified Columns Work for You Night and Day If You Want to Buy or Stell Anything: Call No. 7 For Results NTED?A good reliable man to ttend three furnaces and make imself useful around the house, hite preferred. Apply to Mrs. enninger, 420 Wolfe street. 3p RRY IF LONELY?For results, y me; best and most successful lome Maker;" hundreds rich wish arriage soon; strictly confidential; ost reliable; years of experience; ascriptions free. "The Successful ub," Mrs. Ball, Box 550 Oakland, alif. Sat. 2\v. I RENT?Furnished rooms, all odern conveniences, 013 North ashington street. 276-2Gt. J RENT?Three rooms and bath ! large house at Rosemont. : )ung couple preferred. Children ! I lowed. Address "B." Gazette Of- j 278-2p ; RENT?Unfurnished apart |ent, hot air heat. gas. Apply 21 Duke street. . 279-lp RENT?Furnished or unfurn fhed new home at Rosemont, 8 >oms, 2 baths, garage, all con Ienienres. Owner called away, easonable to prompt applicant, ddress "F." Gazette Office. -2p. Hi RENT?Three unfurnished >onis for light housekeeping; Iea son able. Apply to 1). L. oush after 0 p. m., and Sunday i forenoon, at -108 Wilkes street. -2p RENT?Fun It." Ve*/on Station, witli or with Tut bpa/d ;orie large front room stable /for three gentlemen. Ap fly ?"?/? 12th street iNorthwest. /ashyurton, I). C. 27S-2p II RENT?Rooms for light house leeping, near bath. Appiy 100 forth Fayette Street. 271'-lj> RENT?Handsomely furnished (oustkeeping apartments, hrtt wa ?r heat, j*as ranjres, bot and pld water in kitchen, large yard. lest references required. Im mediate possession. Rents, $10 (?cekly.. 310 South Pitt street. rip RENT?Three room apartment j'ith bath, best location. Couple /ithout children preferred Apply ftf." Gazette Office. 279-3t R RENT?Store house. 325 Cam con street. Apply to F. Beattie. 05 Kintr Street. 277-3p RENT?At 420 Wolfe street. (orner Pitt furnished rooms, ingle or ensuit, with every conven ?nce for home comforts, double eds, kept spotlessly clean, six aths, an abundance of hot water, jhose looking for home comforts lease call. 255-26t jsT OPEN?Board and room for 12 or l."> gentlemen, oil Orcnoco Street. Phone' 190. 27S-3p iSSESSION AT ONCE Seven rooms, bath, elec c li.u'bt. city water, house wlv papered, near Lloyu ation. Price. $4,150. Ap to Graham & O^den. v 273-tf SAI.E?On terms, immediate Possession. At ? raft i v :? home. 1224 'rinee street, nine rooms and lath. irfcs. ! at robe heat |rs. KW.. Walter K .Handy. , Corner Princ'e and Royal Streets, Alexandria. Ya. Phone |091. . ' 277-tf. R SALE?405 Wilkes street. (5 looms, bath, hot ami cold water. ?xv kitchen range, ?!t!00. C. 15. Ln n ha in and Co.. 113 South Fair ix street. 270-11 Lr SAl^E?.JSO;; 1-2 prince street rooms. $2500. Graham an?l ()er (lon. 530 King street. Phone ."7:: rtf [R SAI.E ?In Pel Ray, se\en room |>ath, electric lights, fine condi tion. Price, $ 1.000. Graham ar.i >Kdcn. 241-If. '"V. lR SALE?Cheap. lot !i by SO ;ct,. with-a brick shop on North ('airCax street, between Queen nd. Princess. Inquire at 213 outh> l.ce Street. 279-5p SALE?Overland car. fir.e |ondition. lights and starter. Theap for cash. Duval! ard Smith, >21" King st'eet ":T'? !; (FOR SALE?135 South Fairfax 1 . street, (J rooms, bath, electric | lights, good condition. $2750. C. B. Lanhaiv and Co., 113 South Fairfax s*reet. 27f>-it | JOR SALE?Property 421 Nonh ! Columbus street, nine rooms and I bath, c-lcctric lights, in a No. 1 i condition. Prire $4,000. Graham ? and Ogdcn, 530 King street. I 260-tf BUSINESS PROPERTY WANTED ?Williams Belmont & Co., of New > York, "the Mail Order House of the East,'' is in the market for suitable? location on principal street of your city. For store for either clothing or auto ac cessories. Communicate direct with home office 23 Flatbush Av enue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Giving all details. 279-1 p FOR SALE?$4.00 Slate Surfaced Roofing for $3.25. High grade, standard roll and guaranteed 10 years. T. J. Fannon, Duke and Henry streets. 268-2Gt FOR SALE?One Ford touring ca electric starter and lights, Bump er. speedometer and other acces sories. Quick sale. See R. L. Garret', 503 North Washington street. 274-tf. Hemst'tching, Picot-Edgc. 38 East Linden Avenue. Rosemont 274-Gp WANTEH?Second hand clothes, Will nay good price. Call or write Wolfsoii. the tailor, 307 King Street. Phone 1007. LOST?Small black, change -purse, containing bills, Yale key, and two iVashingtnn car tickets, be tween Alexandria hospital and Brndhrim's store. Finder please leave at Alexandria Hospital. 27S-2p. i EXECUTORS NOTICE Having qualified as executor of 'ho f-t-te of the late Elizabeth Peck, deceased, all persons indebt ed are requested to make prompt ^ettio.Tieit and all persons to whom the otate may be indebted are re quest"! to present .their claims properly authenticated for settle ment. 2(i2-lPp. ?>. o. d. R. I. Peck. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OI- ALEXANDRIA, VA. Robert K. Mickey. vs. General Ship building Company, Inc.. In Chancery. To Robert K. Mickey, the General Shipbuilding Company. Incorporated, uid t ? all creditors of the General Shipbuilding Company, Incorporated, and to ail persons interested in the 'ssjcs in sajcJ caus*;? TAKE NOTICE?That pursuant to i decree entered in the above c-ntitl ed caitse on the 8th day of November, 1019. wherein 1 am d'rected to con vene ail creditors, ascertain all claims, and take account of all liens tgnit: * i he property of the General Shipbuilding Company. Incorporated, i corporation chartered mder the laws of the State of Delaware, and Ioinu- Vjsiness in the City ot Alexan Iria, St-r.e of Virginia; and further lirccto.i lo consider the offer made >y Ba:igh & Sons Company, of Baiti ?ncre, M:\rylan 1. to purchase a por ion of '.he rea! estate of said company it th' si m of TwentyFive Thousand Doi'ar- (25,000.00) to report thereon; u\! to report any other matter ' rought to my attention by any party or civ iitor to said suit: J will, at my office. 109 North Fairfax Street. Vcxardvi;:. Virginia, on Friiu-y. the !2 h <'n.v of Dcj in'rer. I!'l9 at t''n o'clock A. M. proceed to execute and carry out the direction of said decree, it which time and place you and each you are required to attend and prove yc.:r claim. You are further notified that at ???;id tine and place an offer to pur !? ise ?i portion of the real estate of ? :::(! General Shipbuilding Company. Incorporated, will be considered in oi' ler th-1 a recommendation with rc pect to the same may be made in Mu* u: icrsigned Commissioner's re port. Xd!; -i' is given you pursuant to the j I'vnvi- - .if Section 3321 of the j ' ? H- ? f Virginia which provides that .-!!??!: notiie shall '?e equivaierit to in .. oral service thereof upon yor G:v?-, under rev hand this Sth dav :f November. L)19. HOWARD W. SMITH, Commissioner in Chancery for the I Circu:* Court of the City of Alexcn ! dria. v 267-19c DODSON SOUNDS CALOMEL' DOOM : ? j The 'Liver Tone' Man Warns Folks Against the Sicken ing, Salivating Drug ' Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's I horrible! Take a dose cf the danger ous di*ug tonight and tomorrow you lose a day. Calomel is mercury! When it comt-s :nto contact with sour bile, it crashes into it, breaking it up. Then is when yau feel that awful nausea and cramp ing. If you are sluggish, if liver is j torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated ton gue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless Dod son's Liver Tone tonight. Here's my guarantee?Go to any drug s'Jore and get a bottle of Dod scn's l iver Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonfui and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous, go back to the store xnd get your money. Dodsor.'s Liver Tone is destroying the sale of cal- j >mel because it can not saivate o: | iiake you sick. ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE directing the Washington Virginia Railway Com pany to take up its rails forming the switch and double track on King Street at its intersection with Wash ington street in the City of Alexan dria, Virginia, and to lay in the place thereof a single track in the center of King street, connecting its tcack as at present laid at the corner of King and St. Asaph Streets w-'th its track 'is at present laid at the corner ?f Kin? .ind Columbus Street? in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, and to replace such of the pavement in King Street, as may '?e taken up or dam iged in carrying out the directions! of th's ordinance, and to complete he same within thirty days after noti fication ef the passage of this or linaivc and its requirements by the City Engineer. WHEREAS, the City Council of Alexandria, Virginia, has determine! io require the Washington-Virginia Railway Company's switch and double racks at the intersection of Wash ington and King Streets in the City of Alexandria to be removed and to have M?e seme replaced with a single track 'aid in the center of King Street be .-ause cf the congested conditions pre vailing at the said intersection of the said ftreets and' consequent danger <o travellers in vehicles and pedes trians in the saiu rtreets at -the said mterrcction owing to the present location of the said tracks and swish es and of the use of the same and the operation of its cars thereon by the said Washington-Virginia Rail way Company; Sec* ion 1?Therefore be it ordained by the City Council of Alexandria. Virginia: That the said Washington Virginia Railway Company is hereby directed and required to take up tin said switches and tracks on King street at its intersection with Wash ington Street in the said City of Alex andria. Virginia, and to lay in the place thereof a single track in the center of King Street, connecting its track as at present laid at the cor ner of Kirg and St. Asaph Streets with its track as at present laid at the corner of King and Columbus Street?, in the City of Alexandria. Virginia, using the same kind and character of rails as is at present in the said tracks on King Street, and to replace such of the pavement in King Street as may lie taken up or damaged in currying out the diree ,:on> of this ordinance, and to com plete '.he same and all work thereon ind in connection therewith within 'hirty days after the said Company shall have been notified cf the pas-i sr.ge cf this ordinance, and of its re-1 quiremcnts, hv the City Engineer ?-f he C'-y of Alexandria. Section 2.?The work done here under shni 1 be done under the direc tor end supervision of the City En gineer cf the City of Alexandria, Vir ginia. * Section 3.?Unon the passage ot this ordinance and its final approval th'1 "lt\ Kr-rineer shall send by regis 'r.rcd m;vl to the President of the Wrsh'ng! on-Virginia Railway Com "0 ly r.ettce of the pa.,s?.^e of this or dinance ant! of its requirements, and | ii ) other notification shall In- neces sary. Section 1.?This ordinance shall be :n fcrce from its passage. Section 5.?And all ordinances, or! rarts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance is hereby repealed. ' Passed th" Common Council Nov -meber 11 th, 1919. H. R. BURKE. President. Passed the Boai'd of Aldermen Nov. 11th. 1919. F. F. MARBURY, President. Approved November 21. 1910. THOMAS A. FISHER. Mayor. T.rie I'airel R. Stansburv. C. C. daring robbery V Woman's Purse Cut With --Knife, SI,817 in Bills Stolen - A daring street robbery, unusual in police annals, was reported yes terday by jMrs. Carile V. Denny. 18"9 Adams Mill roail northwest, Washington. j Mrs. Denny told the police that , I while in the Seventh street shop ping district, her handbag was cut open and SI,817 in bills stolen. The larceny was not discovered by Mrs. Denny until she sought her money to make a purchase. The bills stolen were of denomina- j tions from $100 down to dollar j bills. j MAKE THE COFFEE FOR THE DINNER j Pvight on the table with an electric! percolator. Lots of other things you can (Jo quicker and better with elec tricity too. Come and enjoy a demon stration. It will be a lesson in modern j housekeeping which halves the work j while doubling the efficiency. DU-NN & MONTGOMERY j 822 King Street MICTION SALE OF IMPROVED j REAL ESTATE Under and pursuant to a decree j of tlv; Corporation Court of the j itv of Alexandra!. Virginia, enter- [ "d on the 0th day of November, 1919. I n the Chancery Cause of Elizabeth 4irtcr.:i:i vs. John J."(Indian. et als, 'lie undersigned Commissioner of Sale, will on Saturday, the (>'th day <?f DECEMBER. 1919, at TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, in front - f the Roy a! Street entrance to t )i :? Tdarket | !>i:il<: .i;-. offer foi sale a! public | '?uciun. a iot o." ground. wilii the' brick dwt;?!ihit tin ??con. known as ! 101 Prince Street, hounded and de-j cribi 1 as fallows: BEC;i.\,NL\7f; en the south side of Prince .Street, 40 feet we?t of Al- j fred Street, and nrimimr Ihenee ? ?vest on Prince Street 20 fret; i thcnce south parallel to Alfred Street 90 feet to an alley; thence : >ast en said alley and parallel to ? Prii'ce Street 29 fvel"; aifFI "'thence' north parallel to Alfred Street to ; Princr Street an I the p( int of l;c ginnirr, with the right of way and 1 use cf said alley and al! other ap purtances to the said lot belonging er in any wise appertaining, it ?>eing the in;ne property which was '?onveyed to the tete Maiy A. Brcdcrs by Elizabeth A. Foster, by ieed recorded in Liber 62. page 29R, of the lan-l lccords of the city of , Alexandria. Terms of sa'e, one-third cash, and the balance in two equal in stallments of on:- and two years se cured by deed of trust on the prop- j ertv, or all cash at the option of j the purchaser. A deposit of Two ! Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($2-~?0) j will be required when the property j is knocked (lowa to the purehs-er. ! Conveyancing at the cost of the j purchaser. HOW A III) W. SMITH, 1 rornmissioner of Sale. I, .N*e?'"ll S. (Iivenaway. Clerk of j the Onporation Court of tii" f'iiy ? of Alexandria. Virginia, do -certify j that Howard \V. Smith, Commis sioner of Sale bonded by the above ! m ntioned decree. Iw given bond with ;:p;-r'v--(| surety, in the pen-! alty prescribed by said decree. Nevcll S. Grecnawav, Clerk ' 278.12c. ?1 r* ' J ?? ^ ??-?-. 207 acres fine land, 125 cleared,-4yal? ance saw timber and cord1 wood.- Y room a welling and all necessary out. buildings. Well fenced. 45 ton silo. Three wells, all good water. About 7 miles from Alexan-;.^' dria, between Concrete and ??Telegraph-" roads. $50.00 per acre. Quick possession. Edwin B. (garth ^ -r fl 4 M- * ? '& *.-/ 624 KING STREET ' * PHONE 1082 - ' ? 1 ; ,,a - ALEXANDRIA, VA. ' . . . ? UZ ~ "^TTr ?wim We have been authorised to di&jbose oils few seven room cottages in sfine cofi'dition,- large-'lots,' etc.,- and j f can arrange this in a way that= r. NO CASH WILL BE'NECESSARY This is an opportunity and will only last a few days See Us Quick - 1 CARVER & CALLAHAN 127 North Fairfax Street Adjoining Chamber of Commerce Phone 132 r i! THE IDEAL SITE FOR A REAL 110ME t , , Restricted to first 'class residences and apartments Large lob* beautifully-.locHteV], $1,000 and up If you e^^Bxpect to own a home with a yard and t a garden, IjHed close to car lines and business and social activit?, you will have to decide quickiy. Se^your'real' est^t^'agent today,' he can secure for you the best, price as well, as the choicest location. Or See ; F. C. Goodnow Co. 624 King Street ' ' Phone 926. We Aim To Give The Best of Bank Service Our success is shown by the ever increasing vol ume of business in our Deposit Account, Deposits, Dec. 31,1917 ...... $378,447.16 Deposits, June 30, 1919 .. 799,231.88 per cent Interest Paid on Saving Deposits If you are not a patron of this bank,-we invite-you j to become one. ! Alexandria .National Bank Alexandria, Virginia. 1 I am having many calls for homes, and can'sell your property if* you place in my hands. Name a fair (not an inflated) price on your property, and J will soon find a customer. J. have a competent selling force and have disposed of some properties the day they wtere placed in my.hands. If such service ap peals to you, list your property with me now. Don't delay.' Real Estate Sales Exclusively TV\f : 'v V-. ' ? r' .. x 415 Prince Street i ,<* List your properly with ' < me either for s.de or rent. 3? Personal and expert at tention, guaranteed . ~y_ : V,, AND SC!!OOL SUPPLIES New and Secondhand Botiks For City and County Schools Let us fill your book list. Best selections anu lowest pi ices. S. F. DYSON & BRO. JJtcikscllers and Stationers ?120 Ivine Street Alexandria, \ a. WASHINGTON VIRGINIA St AIL WAY CO. In i:?fe?*t Fel-rmiry SS, XOIH. f ShIi].m*? N> CUanKC WJlhont Iicnvc M??n?!rio fur - i A. w?*5.00. 15.00. * 6. 0, i>.20. 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Wllr 111 lit*! >!l ........ li;\|.i.->/ 2:28 |i.Iii. Kii'liiiininl \Viisli!ii,;l.?ii - (I.."?'iill H;12 p.m. 1 l/iiaul:.'. \" i iliiii;:n.ii i L'i't.i 11 2:20 p. in. 1 Wji! fjii".|ii c. ,ouly. a.T onl;. ' .' >.M't > i?I I*.'ii raiikoa'j avivi;r.1 Alio u. 'fickol Ofti. e. Union St.ilion. INVEST YOUR 11)1 J/1 MONEY In fine buildinc loLs ciosc'lo 'h<: city of Alexandria, in lie! Hay, an.I Si. Elmo, Alexandria Co., on Mt. Vernon Kleccric Line. Lota r;?r-.jr 1 from to $300 and arc cif.no to ^t. Vernon Uoulevard. Sold on Easy Terms. .JOHN D. NORMOYLK Real liwtatc, Loans anrf Iasurance Alexandria, Va. r oicaDizin o I v.i ii Lo iinnouncs to the ;? ut',.ui.e v!":? of Alexfiii tiria 'h-.L 1 have just opened a tire ami lube vulcar.i'/.i::^ f-'lviji, Itm.pciMi :iy located in rear of o21 Sf.'.ith Lee Street. Ail work ?j'inr it)'.", i, prompt dciivrry :i - :-:urrvi. !f ::')t convenicr.t ft;r you to til-liver your work '.?> u.-5, jiho:.'; Alexan'lriu 1005 \vc w.l! call f .r same. Let take care 0: your tire troubles. JOHN V. SCOTT.