r GERMAN T, WILL SIGN
Tone of 'Allies' Notes Concerning
Demands in Protocol Regard
ed as Conciliatory
Berlin, Dec-. 11,?The Allied "of.es
demanding that Germany immedi
ately accept the protocol to the
peace treaty were received vester- j
.' The tone of the notes-', according
to German officials, was considered
conciliatory. It was understood the i
Entente agrees to permit postpone- j
nif-nt of delivery of Gernran 'docks i
and marine materials demanded as j
reparation for the sinking of Lhe;
interned: G or .nan fleet at Scapa
Flow until it can be determined;
whether their surrender would hope
lessly cripple Germany's industries,
;is the Germans have contended.
"Germany will sign," a w?ll post
ed diplomat here declared when he
had heard the provisions ci the Al- j
DOCTOR OSLER VERY ILL ? ?
Regius Professor of Medicine at Ox
ford Suffers Attack of Bron
Baltimore. Md., Dec. 11.?Sir
William Osier, regius professor of
medicine at Oxford University and
formerly of the Johns Hopkins Uni-<
' versity, has taken a turn for the
He is suffering: from bronchial
pneumonia, it was learned here last
night, in a telegram to Dr. Thomas
Ii. Eulcher, from Dady Osier. Sir
William is 70 years old. *
A symphony of love and pathos
} ?a drama that moves the heart
'with overwhelming appeal is ''The
Bvofeen .Butterfly/' a production by
that master craftsman of the screer>,
Maurice Tourneur, at the Richmond
The picture an adaptation of
Penelope Knapp's great story, -Mar
rene, and presents Lewis J. C'ody in
a role different from anything the
popular actor has ever done hereto
'It is the soul of a genius poured
into a most inspiring story of a
great love and a great sacrifice.
; William S. Hart, who appears in
'"The Return of "Draw Egan' " at
the Ingomar Theatre tonight, has
a staunch friend and admirer in
"Fritz," the pinto pony, famous in
photoplay annals. The two are seen
in many scenes together in this
yphotoplay. It seems that "Fritz"
has come to know Hart as the one
and only man for h m to bestow ;
his affection'? on. either nrhtr r,r |
cowpuwher <*> li?rr>? i?. bis 'pjrarl
for for the not<Kl star.
r.rrr the habit
, Othe'-fi are doing it. Buying i
homes on easy lerms from C B. j
i'Lanham and Company. 11" South!
Fairfax .-'reel. i'U !'c
"Why I i'nt Up With Rats for Years."
Writes N. Windsor, Fanner.
"Years ago I bought some rat pois
on, which nearly killed our fine watch
dog. It so seared us that we suffered
a long time with rats until my neigh
bor told me about EAT-SNAP. That's
the sure rat killer and a safe une.';
Three sizes 25c, 50c, SI.00. Sold and
guaranteed by R. E. Knight an.! Son.
Alexandria; Mankin's Store, Falls
Oon't Wait Till Later - - - Buy Now!
BUY ON CREDIT
Seat Old Santa Claus
USE YOUR CREDIT FOR A "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
Oh, the joy of Christmas Shopping, where it is so easy to buy!
Where you can use your CREDIT on your purchases! Where big,
early buying before the wholesale advances, keep prices down to
the lowest in Alexandria. Where your own EASY CREDIT
TERMS will do. Any easy terms you say?that's the Farley way.
A wonderful assortment of GIFT THINGS that .will make folks
happy. Clothing is always an appreciable gift?you'll find at
FARLEY'S an immense" assortment?marked with surprisingly
low figures and offered to you on the EASY CREDIT TERMS
your pocketbook approves. .
CLOTHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Boundless Range of Start
ling Values in Our Showing of
$30.00 to S90.00
Gorgeous style?affair for
women, misses and juniors. Un
countable plain and fur trim
med models, so neat and warm
their purchasers might smile
at even the vigors of Alaska.
Silvertone, velours, plushes,,
kersey, etc. Fur-trimmed or
Now is the time to see this
all eclipsing big Farley ad
vance Christmas display,
i ? r
MEN'S SUITS AND
$30.00 to $82.50 '
What you want is quality!
But you want style along with
it. And here is where you get
both. The celebrated-;;^nation
plain. Some have large deep- ally ^dv^rti^ed m^k^s our
pockets that are1 a part of the
side panels, semi-belted arid
belted all around effects, ex
treme button-trimmed affairs;
" .' ' * i
Magnificent Diversion of
Serge, tricotine, satin and
georgette models, showing the
new Russian blouse styje, but
toned over the shoulders. Also
? io new embroidered front ef
ioct, ruffled ? skirts," tunics,
panels; etc. Some.have large,
beautiful cords that tie at the
waistline, while others have
belts of various' widths. Hand
some coljars and cuffs,- on some
these clresses; others are coi
fr.rless. Your choice this week
a: prices ranging up from
"$30.00 to $47.50
Payments as low as you can
arrange. ? ;
terms as low as a dollar a,week
and at the same , 'prices the
manufacturers 'compel'the ex
clusive cash stores to charge.
The fashion climax ;t)f 'the
world, combined with unbeat
able values, covers our entire
floor, the largest clothing store
in the city.
Overcoats comprise the fin
est gems in the trade. Single
breasted or doubie breasted,
with or without belts, snap
piest waist line, form fitting
The suits embrace every
new idea. The dashy, single
breasted styles for young men
and the conservative models.
Extraordinary values'- this
week at payments as low as a
dollar a week.
| WONDERFUL SHOWING OF GIRLS'
COATS $8.50 and up
Latest fur-trimmed ancLplain tail
ored models, with belts, etc. Dainty
high waisted models for the-little ones
included, silvertone, broadcloth, wool
jvelour, velvets, kersey, silk and wool
i plush, corduroys, etc. Latest fall and
| winter colors. Sizes 4 to 18 ^ : v
^ ' :
$1.98 to $15.00 ??
- Just;the prettiest
line you ever saw.
Thes season's newest
crepe de chine, satin,
in fact every wanted
$1.98 to $9.98
They're exceptional values. A splen
did showing in all the wanted styles,
shades and colors.
FIRST CHRISTMAS SHOWING OF P !
BOYS' CLOTHING S8.00 and np' ? j
Boys' suits, blue .serge,; plain color
flannels, corduroy and fancy mixed.cas-.
simeres and homespun, latest single and
double breasted waist seam and reg*u- |
lar Norfolk models. All pants fully lined j
and seams taped throughout. Size 8 to I j
son Kinc Street
or Trice, after you use RAT-SSS-V?. j
t's a sure rodent killer." Trj'_ *-Pkrr.'
and prove it. Rats killed with Rr.t
SNAP leave -no smell. Ca-s or .'do^s J
won't touch it. Guaranteed. ''
25c size (1 cake) enough for Pan try i
Kitchen or Cellar.
50c size (2 cakes* for Chicken
House, coop~. or small buildings.
.*1.00 .size (5 cakes) enough for a1!
farm ar.d out-buildings, storage build ;
ingj, or factory buildings.
Soid and Guaranteed by. R. K.
Kni-rht and Son, Alexandria; Menkin'a 1
Store. Falls Church.
PALACE PRESSING CO.
Cleaners and Pressers ?
126 South Royal S'reel.
~>j i -
' ? , i.
In this day of uncertain deliveries, used cars for
sale are almost unheard of. These cars are in first
class condition n nd will no doub't. go rapidly. Avail
yourself of the opportunity, now.
in perfect condition; Price right to quick
One Dodge Touring $750.00
One 7-Passenger (i-Cvi. Studebaker $750
One Model S3 Overland, Cheap
Fletcher Motor Co.
South Alfred Street. Telephone 379
il ?'??(' pt"'" '-'-: "->J -'??11
Because of its cleanliness the
P'-.t faction Oil Heater is used for
hen ting with kerosene in over
s 000,000 homes today.
This heater burns without soot
or ashes, with glowing heat for
fen hours on a gallon of oil. It
is easily filled, cleaned and re
wicked?odorless and portable.
Indispensable in emergencies.
Aladdin Security Oil ^ives besi re
sults, At your dealer's.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington O.C., 'i 'TTIMOPF. ml). I Charlotte. N.c.
Charlcftrn. \v. vn.
Cn.Tic.ton, S C.
At 1 Christmas
pp? 9 i
TOUR FRIENDS CAN
BUY ANYTHING YOU
CAN GIVE THEM EX
CEPT YOUR PHOTO
Make your gifts personal ones.
Photographs will solve a lot of
problems for the .busy man?as
gifts they are always apprecia
ted. Arrange for sitting now
Give Your Friends
Keep a permanent record of
all activities during the year.
Nothing you could give would be
more appreciated or have;a more
We also handle a complete line
of photo frames in ivory and
416 King St. M. Loeb. Prop.
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