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Classified Columns Work for You Night and Day If You Want to Buy or Sell Anything: Call No. 7 For Results WANTED?'Boy over 1-1, with wheel. | 218 King street. 282-tf. WANTED?Young lady clerk. Ad dress in own handwriting. George Railing, 818 King street, Caste!- i berg's. 285-2c j WANTED?|Man to run furnace and j do small repairs around hotel, j Apply Monticello Hotel. 283-3c I H'OjME OWNERSHIP. We are plac- i ' ins renters in homes of their own, | on easy terms. Consult us. C. j B. Lanham and "Co., 11.'? South, Fairfax street. 284-3c ! FOR RENT?Fui'nished rooms, all modern conveniences, G13 North Washington street. 276-2(>t. FOR RENT?Unfurnished apart- ! ment three rooms ami bath, elec- I trie lights and gas. Apply after) ('? p. m., -121-North Alfred Street, j 285-2p. FOR RENT?Furnished apartment, 1 for light housekeeping. Hot and j cold water. 508 Wolfe street. 2S5-'lp. FOR -RENT?Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, bath, hot ?water, electric lights and heat. Apply 1113 Prince street. FOR RENT?At -120 Wolfe street, corner Pitt, furnished rooms, sinfcle or ensuit, with every con venience for home comforts, double beds, kept spotlessly clean, six bfiths. an abundance of hot (water. Those looking for home comforts please call. 285-3p FOR RENT?Large size, steel ga- J rages with cement floors and , electric lights. One block from i King street. Wm. Reekcr and J Son, Prince and Fayette streets. 283-3p. FOR RENT?Three rooms and bath, furnished. Apply at 1020 Queen street. 285-3p ! ROOM AND BOARD?If you enjoy! a nice warm dinner call and in- | vestigate. I furnish a truck to i bring you from the shipyard up to 1 the house, and take you back. Hot j and cold water showers. 508 Wolfe i street. * 285-3p : WANTED?Room and board. Pri- : vat? family preferred. State all j in first letter. Address "X."j Care of Gazette Office. 2S5-3c j POSSESSION AT ONCE! Seven rooms, bath, elec-; trie light, city water, house newly panered, near Lloyd' Station. Price, $4,150. Ap ply to Graham & Ogden. 273-tf. FOR SAI.E?Semi-detached (! rooms and bath, electric lights, hot and i cold water, kitchen range, slate I roof. Fine condition. Clos? to | cars, (schools, churches. Price $3250. Easy terms. J. M. | .Jennings, Del Ray. Va. 285-2p | FOR SALE?1303 1-2 Prince street i rooms, $2500. Grahnri and Og- j den. 530 King street Phone 570 255-Lf ? i FOR SALE?In Del Ray, seven room ? bath, electric lights, fine Condi- | tion. Price, $1,000. Graham and ; Ogden. . 241-tf. F O II S A L E?Immediate! possession and easy terms.; Dwelling, six rooms,gas,] electricity and sewer con nections, North Columbus St. Walter K. Handy Co., corner Royal and Prince Streets, Alexandria. Va.. Phone 1091. 285-tf 1 FOR SALE ? Immediate j possession and easy terms. Brick dwelling, six rooms j and bath^Duke St. Walter K. Handy Co., cor. Royal and Prince streets. Alex andria, Va. Phone 1091.; 285-tf; FOR SALF?$1.00 slate Surf ami' Roofing for $3.25. High grade, standard roll and guaranteed 10 years. T. J. Fannon, Duke and Herry streets. 268-2<u FOR SALE?ISIS Harley Davidsor motorcycle and side car. Duncan's Garage. 2S5-3c LIFE. LIBERTY AND THE PUR SUIT OF HAPPINESS are best attained by owning your own home. We can show you how. Consult us. ?. B. Lanham and Co., 113 South Fairfax street. 284-3c *OR SALE -Property 421 Nor.h Columbus street, nine rooms and bath, electric lights, in a No. 1 condition. Prire $4,000. Graham and Ogder, 530 King steeet. 260-tf FOR SALE?Our entire stock of trimn.cd and untrmmed hats to be sold at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. J. HAVES, DOG King street 284-2t. FOR SALE?rl 915 Seven passenger Cadillac, A No. 1 condition, with Delco starter, $550.00. Will ac cept work horse as pari payment. 209 Jefferson street, after 5 p. m. 283-4 p FOR SALE?Motorcycle, Harley Davidson, twin. 1915 model, three speed, headlight, Presto-lite tank, speedometer, horn, recently over hauled and in good running con dition. Must sell immediately. 'May be seen at 420 Wolfe street. 2S*-3p. FOR SALE?Reo 5 passenger tour ing car. demountable rims, ] good . tires, electric lights, self starter. Price $300. Apply at 219 South Payne street after- 4 p. m. 2S5-3t. BIG U. S ?Army Shoe Sale?Now ? going on at 720 North Fairfax street. 5,000 pairt; U. S. Army shoes to be sold a? less than one half their cost. Oversea, Field, Russett an.l Hob Shoes. Come early and get your pick. Open every night until 8 o'clock. 2S0-6p FOR SALE--Brass bed. springs j and mattress, 1 single bed, spring and mattress, sanitary couch and ppd. feather bed, large refrigera tor porcelain lined, capacity 100 pounds. All in first cb*ss con dition, at 215 South Lee street. 2S1 2p. FOR SALE?Large reed baby car- j riage, in good condition, $15; 1 ! full can pure lard. $15; large re frigerator. $25. Cail after (i p. m.. Realty Oflice, Mt. Ida Sta tion. 285-1 p MR. WAGE EARNER?Own a home fo.- your children's sake. Consult use we can help you. C. B. Lan ham and Co.. 113 South Fairfax street. 284-3c WANTED?Oflice desk in good con dition. Address ''Desk," Car;* of Gazette. 285-lp WANTED?Second hand clothes. Will pay good price. Call or write Wolfsoi). the tailor, 30" King Street. Phone 1097. 2fi7-2Gt. "?)R SALE?Cadillac'Eight, seven passenger touring, excellent eru dition throughout; looks and runs like new. Has been carefully handled and driven by owner. Will make low price for immedi ate sale. This car has to be seen to be appreciated. Fully guaran teed. Fletcher Motor Company. 121 and 127 South Alfred street. Phone o7!?. 283-5e LOST?On Thursday afternoon, No vember 27. on street, pookethook containing between $75 an,I $80. Suitable reward if returned to 111!) King street. .2S-i-Jc FN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, YA. Robert K. Mickey, vs. General Ship building Company. Inc., In Chancery, j To Robert K. Mickey, the General Shii building Co.-.ipuny, Incorporated. I and to all creditors of the General Shinbuilding Company. Incorporated, j :ind to all persons interested in the <s.ies :ii said caust;? TAKE NOTICE?That pursuant to i decree entered in the above entitl ?1 cause on the 8th day of November, 19K). wherein I am d'rectfd to con ver.e all ,creditors, asceitain all ?ia ms. and take account of all liens '??gainst the property of the General Shipbuilding Company, IncorDorated.; ; corporation chartered undep the j ' ?u\< of the Star** 0f Delaware, and: d?v."g business ir, the City ot Alexan dria. State of Virginia; and further: directed co consider the offer made by Buugh & Sons Company, of Balti Maryland, to purchase a pot"-, j tion of the estate of said company i at the sum of TwemtyFive Thousand j,Dol!ars((25,000.00) to report thereon; ' ard to' report any other matter ! brought to my attention "by any party | or creditor to said suit; I will, at my j office, 109 North Fairfax Street, | A'exandria, Virginia, on Friday, the ; 12 .h day of December, 1919 at ten o'clock A. M., proceed to execute and carry uut the direction of said decr6e, at which time and place you and r.aoh oi you are required to attend and prove yov.v claim. You are further notified that at said time and placc an offer to pur chase a portion ofvthe real estate of said General Shipbuilding Company, j Incorporated, will be considered in cr | Jer that a recommendation with v ? j spect to the same may be madc< n the undersigned Comm i ss;" n er' a re port. Notice is given you pursuant to the provision of Section 3321 of the Code of Virginia which provides that such notice shall ^e equivalent to personal service thereof upon you. Given under my hand this Sth dav of November, 1919. HOWARD W. SMITH, Commissioner in Chancery for the . Circuit Court of the City of Alexan- j dria. Virginia. 2G7-19c AUCTION SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ESTATE CJndrr and pursuant to a decree of the Corporation Court of the City of Alexandras Virginia, enter ed on Vne-ith day of November, 1919, in the Chancery Cause of Elizabeth j Greenan vs. John J. Grchan, et als. I the undersigned Commissioner o* Sale, vrill on Saturday, the nth day of DECEMBER. 1919, at TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, in front of the Royal Street entrance to.the Market Build?ng, offer fei sale at p iblic auction, a lot of ground, with the brick dwelling thereon, known r?s | 904 Prince Street, bounded and de- . scribed as follows: ! BEGINNING on the south side of . Prince Street, 40 feet west of Al fred Street, and running thence west on Frince Street 20 feet; thence south parallel to Alfred Street 90 feet to an alley; thence east on said alloy and parallel to j Prince Street 20 feet; and thence I north parallel to Alfred Street to j Prince Street and the point of be- j ginnin?, with the right of way and j u?-e of said alley and all othcv ap- j nurtances to the said lot belonging j or in any wise appertaining, it j being the -.aire property which was j conveved to the late "Mary A. . Br odors by Elizabeth A. Foster, by j doi'd recorded in Liber 02. page 296. of the hurl lecords of the cty of ; Alexandria. I Terms at sale one-third cash. ; and the balance ;n two equal in- j stallments of one and two veais sc- , cured by deeu of trust on the prop-> erty, or all cash at the option of j the purchaser. A deposit of I wo; Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250) j will be required when the property j is knockcJ down to the purchaser, j (om'cya'icing at the cost ul '.he ^ purchaser. HOWARD W. SMITH, j Commissioner of Sale, j It Novell S- Gre enaway, Clerk "1 . the Coiporation Court of the City ; of Alexandria, Virginia, do certify that Howard W. Smith, Commis- | sioncr of Sale bonded by the above , :n ntioned decree, liar given bond with approved surety, in the pen- , aity prescribed by said decrce. Novell S. Greenaway,.Clerk. | 27P-i2t. ' . NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. The State tax bills for the year 1919 are now due and payable at the^ treasurer's office, room 2, City Hall, j and tax payers are urged to make a settlement of the same prompt ly and avoid payment of the 5 per cent penalty. ~ i Voters arc also reminded that the | 1919 capitation taxer murt be paid on j or ? before December 9th. 11)19. to quality them for participate in the general election to be held .iiuie Sth,"1920. THOMAS W. ROBINSON, j 2(W?c. o. d.?9t. City Treas. : EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as executor of the estate of the late Elizabeth Peck, deceased, all persons indebfc-' '.?(! arc requested to make- prompt j settlement and ail persons to whom J the citato may be (indebted are re- i quested to present their claims i properly' authenticated for settle ment. 262-10p. t. o. d. R. I-. Peek. ' ? 1 1 j Painting and Papering ! I Done by the day or job at moderate | prices . . .!. COMEAIT ? ' j; 'i 1303 King Street ?? ? > 1 Advertise your wants in the Ga-: zcttc Want Column. GREAT MEMORIAL CHURCH WILL BE ERECTED IN DEVASTATED BELGIAN CITY. Brussels To Be Center of Large Enter> prise On the Part of South erners. " Nashville, Tenn.?A groat Methodist Church, erected and maintained by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, will be erected amid the ruins of Vpres. in Belgium. This was stated by Dr. W. B. Beauehauip, director general of the. Centenary Commission who, with Bishop James Atkins, the bishop,in charge of European mission fields, just returned from Belgium. The city of Vpres. terribly devas tated, will not he rebuilt in its. entirety. The once magnificent- Cloth Haii. the finest in the world, the Cathedral, the town hall, the churches, and other large ruins will be irft as a perpetual memorial. On those tjio city mayor has causeds signs to be erected. reading: "This is holy ground. >."o s'ono of this fab ric may be taken aw:.v. it is a heri tage for all civilized peoples." A "City of Memorials. Vpres is a city of memorials. The British government lias selected a site and will erect a great museum as a monument to her fallen heroes. Similar buildings will he built by Canada. New Zealand, Australia and Belgium. In the midst of these memorials the Southern Methodis: Church will be crected. I.t will corn a in a library, reading room and social equipment, in addition to its auditorium and class rooms. "Vpres will always be a mec.-a for travelers." said Dr. Beauchamp i "Thousands and miilions will flock tr ' that battlefield. Our Church will not ; .inly minister to the people of Yprc? and the surrounding territory, but it will also serve these visitors." Great Plant in Brussels. \ The Methodists have also purchased a great building i". Brussels, which will be their headquarters for Europe K will contain offi; c.;. an auditorium reading and lecture rooms, a publish ing plant and so< i.;i equipment. The general secretaries of the two Protestant bodie.- of Belgium, the state Church a nil lie free Church, wi'l have offices ir this building, thus making it the Protestant center of Belgium. Southern Methodists have also pur chased a half interest in th" Protest Tin hospitals of Brussels. It will bn, enlarged and its capacity will be doubled. Relief Stations Established. Dr. Beauchamp reported that t.hou ??.ands of children will fvezc to death 'his winter, because the Germans Hooded the mines and filled them with concrete, thus making it impossible for the people to obtain fuel. * "Children with their mothers." said Dr. Beauchamp. '"are now living in the abandoned trenches and dug-out? left by the enemy." In order to cope with the situation i (lie Methodists have arranged to open ]< roiiof stations at Vpres. St. Quentin, j Montdidier, Belgrade and other points J A full contingent of physicians. , nurses, directors and social worker? j will be s^nt. abroad as soon as the? j can be found. The Church has a fund of S.'.ooo.o'ir for iv'vopenn construction work. Tiii. will be spent in Servia. France. Be! gir.m. Poland and Bohemia. Revival Planned For Entire South Widest Evangelistic Effort Ever Made : Will Be Launched Soon. Nashville, Tenn.?Pinns for ar ! evancelistic movement which wU ! 'o.ij- the entire South and opera:# jonoo churches at the same tinu . ;?(! being formulate 1 by t'le Cpntenarj ' ommission r.nd the evangelist com mi;tee of the M. E. Church, South. P.i 'hop 1*. V. W Darlington is thf ! ??hairmr.n of the joint directing com ! miliee and Dr. 0. E. Goddard is thf execu I i vc secreta ry. Standard Plan Mads. The movement will operate accord . i*ic to a standard plan. This pian pro j vides for a preliminrry survey,of t!i< entire Sou' h to discover what person? j are not affiliated with any rcligiou? j denomination. Dr. A. C. Zumbrunnen is in chars# of th" survey, and he has mzr'o pre liminr.ry investigations in a largr number of typieia! Sections as sample to guide pastors in surveying thei: own fields When thc^c surreys are completer tho* evangelistic movement will b: launched ? iir an 'effort tc* interest; al' noti-church members who*# 2tame? have Veen secured. It has 'reen estimated that half : miilion' woricers will be enlisted ?nersnnally interview the persons -v b' haie no church mem srshijx STEEL. MASTER BEGAN TO SAVE WHEN YOUNd Recognized Thrt Success Lay in Sound Investment?O'.fest Security in World Is Now Offered Ey Government. Andrew Carnecie d:?d not Inn? ago. lor?vinr: behind him SKJ.OftO.OOO. He had given awav nlirut $.".00,000,000 In an efl'ori. to avoid ths reproach of dying rich. It is probable thai ihe hiph cost of living pave the "st?el master" little worry during the !atfr?r hr?!f of his life, but it is certain that in his boy hood the prices of the necessarian of life wf.re vital factors. And Andrew Carnegie in his early years met the ropt. of living with the same remedy which America's leaders, headed by President Wilson, are now putting forth as the bisic principle of the fight to withstand the menace that lurks in the soaring prices of today. That remedy is thrift?the practice of saving. the elimination of waste and sound Investment. In the days when Andrew Carnegie. 14 years old. earned $1.20 a week as a bobbin boy in an Allegheny City cotton mill, and later when he -aroeri ?11.25 a month as a telegraph mes senger bov. the cost of living meant much to him. He had little margin for saving. Bui h& did save. Tiiere were few opportunities for the small saver t<> make safe investments. Se nuriii?s were rot ;rr.'!*1 in sm ill de nominations. Th^re were no Thrft Stamps nr V.Vr -Savin::?. Ft.imps. b.vkr-i by the government, into which the meager proceeds of the Scotch boy's thrift crmlrl be converted. Rut Andrew Carnegie at. tha ac<* of 2r> determined upon safe investment. The soundest securities th:it offered were 10 shares of stock in an rxp.r.-.:s company worth $'"ft0. Carnegie had to borrow part of rbe mnr-v lie paid. But he was convinced thn: saving.- ly ing id:a w->re not performing their proper fraction. The American man or wom^n. boy or girl of today do.->s not have r.-> bor row to arid to the gj?v:ngs i:i;id in or der to find safe investment. Th? gov ernment makes sound security in form of Savings Stamps. Treasury Savings Certificates, and war bonds available to every saver v.-'hi will he p;;n to practice thrift by the regular in vestment of sums as stv.itil a*. .?> cents. Kv?ry American today ha? a better opportun'ty .for success than lay i: *? fore Andrew Carnegie when he fa-jod the world. t -? ?? ???tmg?iiinng;?r? NOW AND THEN What ifl a dollar? Foolish rri=r Hon?von say? Not at all these days of H. ^ h !""1 proff'-'-rin^. Certainly ^'dollar isn't what i; w.ts ten years ago. M 'sn't what it wjil be five years from now. A doilar is what you can pet for it in be,ins. butterflies or ivink?no more, no less. A dollar wouldn't he worth anything if you couldn't get anything for it. T?n years aco you bought. cay. h'nfc at on? dollar a portion. Now h?;nk costs two dollar?. That doesn't mean it h :s doubled in val ue. K means tim your dollar is worth half whe.t it was ten years ago. This is. therefore, not th? time to spend too many of your dollars. They will bring you only half of what they are worth. Tiv.s is the tin*.*- to ave them Th'V will brine more later on. Thai is the history of dollar-. V-i" uns run in cycles. As strrely aa vou live five years a dollar wi|i !"? worth m?re than it is now. Maybe ;v/ic" as muh. So when you save a ??'rliir now you are per'nan? saving >-xn dollars. Treat dollars as ym: 3 ?vould any other commodity. B'.:y S them when they ara cheap. ^ Stick evary doliar you c:-.i into 5 War Savings Stamps. Carrying 4 * per c^nt interest compounded | i;':sr*f'*3y. a War Savins.- SHmp ( bought this month for $4.22 will be j worth Januaryvl. H'-4. By VjU j, '.r "7rlisr is worth t.wica is mueh 5 :?> - now you w ii legally have j ten dollar?" fnr i SAVING GROWS EASIER AS HABIT TAKES HOLD Young People Must Be Brought to Realization of What Future Means to Those Who Spend Wisely. It is easier to spend money than It is to save. If. is also more fun?r;t first. Hut money 'hut. is spent does not. work for yon. It. is gone, ;ind is working for somebody else It is as hard to r.utlre young people realize the necessity of savins as it is to make them realize that thoy are not always going to he young. It ia so easy to be young and reckless. Rut habits of th**ift have to he t::ught. They also have to be formed l-.y practice. That nrnns that the ri ing generation must be taught to ca;: it.ilize its youth, and in childhoo:' shown how to distribute and alloc sucb income as it may have. That indeed, is a large part of ',:v tion. The savage lives today. Ti'.f civilized man lives today with an eyt upon tomorrow In order that tomor row may be as secure as today ru saves some of today's goods for tu morrow's use. The war taught many people ho* to save; it taught other people piov to spend. The wise spender is th v'se saver, but i te emphasis is nr. t "wise" and not on the "spending" Education in thrifr is an education in good citizenship and in good mor al-t. The person who is being taught to save is ,'lso b^ing taught to fore rhr ?'*.*J'ST'c* ari:' '*> ip *!.'" tomorrow vter of wise livinc <oday. Tii" govern mer' of thn 1'nited Stater i" offering to "vi, wn:nei and c'vl :he opportunity t:> invest saving' in s." 1 <; ;mh! prouia'do securities. ARE YCU A CAPITALIST: The dtefiomry d<*R'ios a "aapi.fnl a.' one who hi", a "pernor;r; Vitrplus " T1 ? e d""ction;>ry is wrong. A canlt.di^' i' one who has a neclt r:,,.ry surplus "\v',irh is invested." A renvoi! a (:.in>i?list? Yen are if you are be.yir.g Y.~' Savings S: :? :n j*rs or T> castiry Savin; Cortifi.atThey romes'-nt -p" tviry .-?.r.rpl'js" or. in simple Hng!: ;' "..ivir~.:." ami timy ma!:" your mom ; w*rk by hrinnirig to yon -i p-r < .?u? i: , rest. cT.-np.?up.tie:l fj: ivtcrly. Are you > cripiiaisc? Seer-v ry ot" Commerce Hedfield re centiy said to the Oley-el :nd ad 'ert! - i*ig men. "There are u4.'i1'.'.00^ sub serihers to our Liberty Loans. I r*.ij peri that many a fat tory is maimed a I know some government service ppa hv a force from top to bottom o ea*>i*a!i.?ts, in varying degrees, but no' the less r?ally." Don't kick about the high r ?-.t. r, Hvir.g R'at it by trimming you - sail: and buying War Savings Stamp.:. TV cip-r.iiist; are nr.'. kicking about the high cost of living. Why? Because thev have money at wore Cut your expense? to the bor.e. I-i vest in War, Savings Stamps. Ba a capitalist. SCOTCH SONGS TO OATS If a '>ody ri?et a body Cominc through the rye: If a body save a dollar Why. then, bye and bye. When the shiftless po-jnle hoi>r "Money s Scarce and fight!"*, > } 1 e who saves the nimble dollar. Will ccru"* tiirotigh .:!! light! Should auld acquaintance be forgot An! r.^ver come to mind? ^ Why, no!?unless b? Is a sot Ar.d be'ter left behind. H"Jt (ir? rains yon must no* foraet, A ?ains; more tru? fhan funny: "WiiTi your mind on saving's "3S It's easy saving money!" Knowing War Pavings Stamps r.ri a giod investment'wog't do you at" good unless you hack'up the ?;aowl edg< with ivour money. F' iiow the e*::mr*<? rich men V ' ..ru ?. .;!<] h" rich. They mnVe tfcei, ... f'ir rherr You, e"i do ' Laurence Stabler 415 Prince Street List your property with me either for sjIc or rent. Personal and expert at tention guaranteed. AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES New and Second'Hand Books For Ci*y and County Schools Let us fill your book list. Best selections and lowest prices. S. F. 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Ail work guaranteed, prompt delivery as sured. If not convenient for you to deliver your work to us, phone Alexandria 1005 we will call for same. Let 'J? take care ci your, tire troubles. JOHN r. SCOTT.