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"WANTED?A 4-ROOM UNFURNISHED
apartment or small house by .April 28.
Answer at once, stating price. Box
?500, care of Gazette Office.
EXPERIKNCED LAUNDRESS WANTS
laundry to take home. Apply 307
Gibbon street. 76-2p
FOR RENT?To gentleman, pleasant
room, central location. References
exchanged. Address P. 0. Box 65.
ROO.V FOR RENT?TO GENTLEMEN
only, in private family; convenient to
bus and car line, also torpedo plant.
227 North Royal street. 74-4p
FOR RENT?UNFURNISHED FLAT, 5
rooms. Apply L. Golden, i>20 King' St..
2nd lloor. 75- <lc
FOR RENT?THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping:. Apply
511> North Columbus street. 7ti-3p
FOR RENT OR LEASE?LARGE,
wide King: street store building (lirsi
and second tloor, with cellar;; best
location. Reasonable. Morris L.
Horner, 612 King street. I'hone Ouv.
FOR SALE?1020 CHEVROLET THOR
oughly overhauled, in excellent con
dition. Will sell cneap. Call at Mt.
Vernon Garage. 76-3p
FOR SALE?PARLOR AND DINING
room suite and refrigerator, cheap for
cash. Apply at apartment 5, 51i
I'rince street, third lloor. 76-2p
FOR SALE?FURNITURE AND .VAT
tings, iron safe, electric tan, tables
and counters. 1. H. Harris, 311 King
FOR SALE?ONE DINING ROOM TA
ble, 1 gas range, cheap. Apply los
South St. Asaph street. 75-lp
FOR SALE?Beautiful building lot
100 by 225 feet, Braddock Heights
L. C. Tutt. Phone 1036-W. 77 2p.
FOR SA LK? EGGS FROM THOUoUGII
brt-il stock, I'sipos strain IMaek Mi
norcas. Tom Curroit str.'iln White
LcKhorns, Thompson's train Barred
Plymouth Rocks; 51.ao fo?* settiiiK' of
15. or .$S per 100. 11. I>. Ri 'nards, 20S
Wolfe street, Alexandria. 76-Dp
Two Rood young cows.
One good young horse.
One good buggy and harness.
100 jjood younpr It. 1. ?t. hens.
One fiood one-horse mpwer
One good one-horse plow.
One good cutting bcwx.
One good horse and cow clipper, and
. other things useful on the farm. Terms
to responsible parties.
Phone 698-W DradducU, Va.
FOR SALE ? CONVENIENTLY Lo
cated 7-room and bath brick house,
in excellent condition, inside and out.
Electric lights, latrobe heat. Price,
terms, and inspection on application.
Richard L. Ruffner, 61S King street.
Phone 1091. 68-tf
ECONOMY LUMP COAL.
"Economy" is a new
SMOKELESS Coal in all
LUMPS, and a wonderful
success in Hot Water Furn
aces. Try one ton! THOMAS
J. FANNON & SONS (Ex
elusive Sales Agents)
Bargains in Used Cars
Time Payments Arranged
AERO AUTO CO., Inc.
1101 King Street
Alex, Va. Phone 820
Men's and Women's clothes
cleaned and pressed at rea
sonable prices, work guaran
teed. Wolf son's Tailor Shop,
310 King St. Phone 1097.
Tires Repaired, Retreaded
Service Tire and Battery
Give Us a Call
E. BURNETT ALE
309 South Alfred Street. Phone 553-w
I have finished making a
large assortment of trousers.
See my line of spring sam
ples for that new suit.
H. C. SMITH
919 King Street
R. L. WALKER
1107 Prince Street
To the Stockholders of the Columbus
Country Club, Inc:
j Take notice that a meeting of the
J stockholders of the corporation will
; be held at the Club House, Fort
' Berry, Arlington, Virginia, on Mon
| day, April 10th, 1922, at S o'clock p.
| m., to take action upon a resolution
adopted by the board of directors,
j March 20th, 1922, declaring that in
! the judgment of the said board, it
1 was deemed advisable and for the
; beenfit of this corporation chartered
and existing under the laws of the
State of Virginia) that it should be
Dated March 21st, 1922.
John D. Powers.
Fannon's Coal is Popular
Because It Is ALL COAL
to eat in The Virginia
Lunch, 403 King Street.
Repairing, and Cabinet
Work Done, at 603 Queen
Street, By J. E. Wells.
I will buy all kinds of
gents clothing, send a postal
or phone 1097. I will call.
310 King Street
A Colored Dentist
Dr. W. Lee Harris
A Modern Up-To-Date Office
403 North Alfred Stret
OfTlce Hours ? Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, S a. ni. to
S p. m. 5?-26-p
FOR RENT?A arge attrac
tively furnished apart
ment in best location, for
rent to a select party.
Morris Horner, Phone 600
Get our estimates on any
thing- you expect to build.
624 King Street
BELLE IIAVEN GAllAGE
Southern ft ail way System
South. ? North.
3:27 a.m..... Mrriiphla Sped*? ... .12:13 a.m.
*3:87 a.m. WasblnKton-narrlcun'Jurf 8:43 p.m.
7:37 a.m... Wa*blci;ton-l>?in.'ll>e ?? 8:18 p.m.
8:37 a.m... Waablngtoa-Utiurllle
8:17 s.m. New York-New Orlean* 10:43 p.tn.
a.m. 'Wajibltifcton-Harrlsonburr 0:13 p.m..
8.47 p.in... Kirm'njctiRJti Special ..12:18 j:.m.
4:12 p.m. Yfaetiirrtou-ilarrifiouburc 11:03 a.m.
4:22 p.ai. Wv*h'ton-Cb?rlottesvI!l? 10:58 a.m.
0:22 p.m.. Wa?binttan-V\ arrentnu ,7:58 a.m.
7:17 p.m. S. Y.-A'jguata-A?heTillo 7:13 a.m.
10:07 p.tn... Wa?hlugtoa-Atlfut\ .. 7:23 a.m.
10:17 p.m... Cbattancotra Llralu-.* .. 7:28 a.m.
11:1. p.to. New York-New 8:23 a.as.
?Daily eicep: ^ucflayg.
S. D. Sbelton. Ticket Ajcat. Alexandria, Ta.
t>. It, tiurceea, Dlv, Pan*. Agtnt,
Wailiio?u>u. 1>. U>
Rich'd, Fred. & Pot. R. R.
3:32 a. m. ... (A. C. L.) ... 11:30 p. m.
7:5" a. in <Local) .... 11:47 a. in.
\fiv York- \ tlnnta?'nck?oiiville
3:12 a. in. ... (S. A. I,.) ... 5:30 p. m.
9:17 a. ni (A. C. L.) C:11 a. rn.
WuKhtngt oii-Frcd erlekslturK
kl0:20 a. in (Local) S:04 a. m.
12:02 p. in. ... i Express) ... 2:lfi p. rn.
23:07 p. in (Local) 8:04 a. n>.
3:32 p. ra. ... (A. C. L.) ... 12:05 p. ra.
5:17 p. m. ... (S. A. L.) ... 11:35 a. m.
5:27 p. n; (Local) .... ?5:52 p. m.
S:12 p. m iS. A. L.) ... 7:1S a. tn.
9:57 p. ni. ... i A. C. L.) ... 8:15 a. m.
>'e?v Y'ork-Tauipa-St. Peterahurs
10:02 p. m. ? (.S. A. L.) ... S:2S a. ru.
i (z)?Week days o:ily.
<?)?Week days. On Sunday* Sil"
" r (s\eeo wx old
CLOTHES. Bur ujhai; ?
" cm i do the mi%Js
i 8un01es 'EM UP and
v gives'en td her
THE UJlFE'5 sfsrer k
:ifsmk6 05. biu>- she
lc0mes 0MC6 e^erv vear
TOCoBT mv ol-0 clothes
FOR h&r ^f~7j) ^
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pants OKi TH?\T .
OLD cbatc /
f olo YOU 5ee THE ^
TROUSERS uncle oohn
IS 0)5&rlnfo- voo'L-u
uj EAR them next year
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
All Departments Under Federal Supervision
Strong and Safe
Surplus and Undivided Profits $275,000.00
Strong in having ample capital and surplus for safe
guarding it's depositors.
Strong in having its officers and directors and em- j
ployees alive to the best interest of its patrons as
well as those of the bank.
Strong and Safe in having available money and
t sufficient resources with which to meet its demands.
Safe in having a record for honest dealings and
ability to make good all promises.
Safe in being careful in making its loans.
We offer personal service in all our Departments, !
Commercial, Savings, Trust and Safe Deposit.
? THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IN CHOOSING A BANK IN WHICH TO DEPOSIT
YOUR MONEY, YOU SHOULD LOOK FOR
STRENGTH- The large resources of this institution?ils
substantial capital and surplus, place it in
the front rank of the strong banks of Vir
CHARACTER? It's record of achievement during the fifty
eight years of service is convincing evidence
of its conservatism and integrity.
SERVICE? Efficient, prompt and courteous service is
the aim of everyone connected with the in
T " stitution.
For The "Rainy Day"
A savings account in this strong bank will
protect you against the proverbial
"RAINY DAY." It will also assure you
money at any time you may need it.
3 per cent Interest on Savings
ALEXANDRIA NATIONAL BANK
Ihft American Agricultural Chemical Company
Alexandria Fertilizer & Chemical Co.
Manufacturers and Importers
Fertilizers and Fertilizer Materials
Factory and Office Alexandria, Virginia.
i The largest sheep shelter in the
: world has recently been completed by
the Burlington Railroad at Montgom
ery, 111. It consists of seven barns,
each 450x130 feet, a 1,000-acre pas
ture. hay, grain and feed barns and a
1,000,000 bushels capacity elevator.
The plant accommodates 70,000 sheep.
i Post "F," T. P A., will hold its
annual meeting Monday, April 3rd,
at 7:.'J0 p. m., at the rooms of the
: Chamber of Commerce. All members
are urged to be present for the
! election of officers and for delegates
to the State Convention at Dan
j villc, Va.
J. Wm. May. Presidc-nt,
i 77-3?. -f. H. Trimyar. Sect.v.
1 "THE SHEIK" a
i The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Great Falls Pov-er
Company, for the election of direc
tors ami the transaction of such
' other business as may properly
; corno before said meeting, will >e
held at the office of C. C. Carlin, lo?
North Fairfax Street, Alexandria,
Virginia, on Thursday, April G,
11)22, at 12:00 o'clock noon.
71 -lie. S. II. Uowen, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Washington Sanitary Im
provement Company wiil be held at
the office of James K. and Harry
B. Caton, Xo. Ill South Fairfax
Street, Alexandria, Va., on Tuesday,
April -lth, 1922, at 2 o'clock p. m.
(5'J-llc. Geo. S. Wilson, becty,
WASUI.NUTOA-VlltUl.M.i lUiiiWAY 1
CO. Mt'l'K'K TO TJiL:
Winter schedule of trains between
Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Ver- !
non, effective 1:00 A M.t December 1, '
i 1921. Daily except Sunday and hfli
L?cave Washington for Alexandria,
Mt. Vernon and intermediate stations:
A. M., U6:15*. 0:50, 1:05, 7:10,
7:15*, 77:25, 7:33, V:3ti, 7:40, 7:50,
S:oo. i>:lo. 8:15*. 8:3?i 8:45, 0:00', 8:15.
'J:30*. 9:45. 10:00', 10:15, 10:30*. 10:45,
U:wO\ 11:15, 11:30*, 11:45. 12:00* noon,
1\ iV., J2:15. 12:30*, 12:45, 1:00*, 1:15,
I 1:30*, 1:45, L.rto*, 2:15, 2:3u*. J? i5. 3:00*,
3:15, 3:30*. 3:45, 3:5o. 4:00*, 4:05, 4:10,
i 1:15, 4:20, 4:25. 4:30, 4:35, 4:40, 4:45, |
4:59, 4:55, 5:00*, -5:05, 5:10, 5:15, 6:20,
5:28, 5:35, 5:43, 5:50, 5:55, 6:j0*, 6.05,
C:10, 6:15, 6:20, 6:30, 6:45, 7:00*, 7:20,
7:-10. S:00\ 8:20, 8:40, 9:00*, 3:20, 9:40,
10:00*, 10:20. 10:40, 11:00, 11:15, 11:25*,
11:45, 12:15, 12:50.
?Mt. Vernon trains.
Leave Alexandria for "Washington
And intermediate stations: A. M.,
! 5:00, 5:40, 6:00, 6:15, 6:30, 6:40, 6:45,
6:55, 7:00, 7:10, 7:17, 7:25, 7:35, 7:40,
I 7:42, 7:45. 7:r.0, 7:55, S:00, 8:05, 8:10,
8:!i\ 8:20, S:30. 8:45, 8:55, 9:10, 9:25,
9:40. 9:55. 10:10, 10:25, 10:40, 10:55,
11:10, 11:25, 11:40, 11:55.?1?. M., 12:10,
12:25, 12:40, 12:55, 1:10, 1:25, 1:4C, 1:55,
12:10, 2:25, 2:10, 2:55, 3:10, 3:25, 3:40,
3:55. 4:10, 4:15. 4:23, 4:25. 4:35, 4:40,
4:45, 4.52, 4:55, 5:00, 5:05,5:15,5:20,5:25.
5:30, 5:35, 5:40, 5:45, 5:55, 6:10, 6:25,
6:40, 7:00, 7:20, 7:40, 8:00, 8:20, 8:40,
9:00, 9:20, 9:40, 10:00, 10:20, 10:40, 10:55,
. 11:16, 11:40, 12:15.
Leave Mt, Vernon for Alexandria,
Washington and intermediate stations:
A M 6:15, 7:15. 8:30. 9:12. 10:00. 11:00,
12:00 noon: P. M. 1:00. 2:0'i, 3:00, 4:00,
5:00, 6:0u, 7:15, S:15, 9:15, 10:15, 11:15,
Leave Alexandria for Mt. Vernon,
, dally except Sundays and holidays:
A. >?., 5:35, 6:45, 7:45, 3:49. 9:30, l(t:30,
I 11:30 P. M. 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 3:30. 4:30,
5:3'). 6:30. 7:36, 8:36, 9:36, 10:36, ll:55x.
I 10:35, 11:55.
xl'raln runs to Four Mile Ttun only.
| Pocket schedule may be obtained at
all ticket offlcca.? ?Va3hlngtoa-VIr
J <lnin. Pail-way Co.
Lawrence, Mass., March 31.?Seven
thousand five hundred textile opera
tors in seven cotton mills; hero lrft
their work without disorder today in
protest against a wage reduction ap
proximating 20 per cent. An addi
tional 7,000 workers were idle as the
result of a shut-down of the Arling
ton mills. The strike marked the
spread to this textile center of the
controversy that has tied up the cotton
industry in Rhode Island and New
Hampshire for several weeks.
Organizers of the United Textile
Workers of America, who took charge
of the situation said SO per cent
of the workers were out and that the
results had been far beyond their ex
pectations, in view of the fact that a
week ago the operatives were only
loosely organized. Loaders of the one
big union, which also is interested in
the strike, claimed that their organi
zation had gained strength. Ben
Lcgero, a member of the union's exec
utive board, predicted last week that
although the united would start the
strike, his organization would finish it.
Legere, at a conference late today
with Francis Gorman and John J.
Dean, organizers of the United Tex
tile Workers, made the suggestion
that the two unions combine for the
purpose of conducting; the strike here.
Gorman and Dean said they thought
favorably of the proposition and
would submit it at once to President
Thomas, and McMahon, of the U. T.
W., and the executive board.
The mill owners also expressed sat
isfaction with the situation and said
they had expected the walkout to as
sume larger proportions. Officials of
the Pacific Mills, the largest of the
plants affected, said the mills would
reopen tomorrow. The Everett Mills
will also open, it was annouced.
Only one plant was forced to close
today. The Methuen Co., at Mcthuen,
just over the Lawrence line, suspend
ed operations when no workers re
ported. At the other six plants, the
iocms were run with reduced forces.
Measels is a little- easier to diagnose
than scariet fever, because, while
there are many things that cause a
red rash like that of scarlet fever,
there are few that cause the spotted
pimply rash of measels with running
from the eyes and nose and a fever
This should be recognized by asiyonr
who has had a little experience with
sickness as well as by the doctor.
The most important thing abou!
measels is that tuberculosis of th_
lungs often follows it and that acute
bronco-pheumonia sometimes compli
cates it with fatal results. The old
time feeling that the so-called "chil
(Iron's disease" were simple thing
and that the child might just as wel:
have them all and get it over has van
ished before the knowldge that man;
children die from these "simple" ail
merits and that many more are handi
capped for life by defects resulting
from even a mild attack sometimes.
No one should ever needlessly expose
a child <:o any disease, because witi;
care many people go through life with
out having these children's disease.-,
and their general health is probably
much better for it.
Measels predispose to tuberculosis,
presumably because it weakens the
resistance of the child at a time when
he is very susceptable to infectior
any kind, and because tuberculosi
one of the commonest kinds of in
tion and ihe germs are almost alu
present in any environment. Acc<
ing to the "Layman's Handbook
Medicine" (here is no reason to
lieve that there is any partici
association between the germs
measels and tuberculosis, but the c
is very susceptible to any infec
after an attack of measels and tul
culosis is the thing with which h>
most apt to come into contact. C
dren are peculiarly susceptible
tuberculosis, anyway, so that in
weakness after measels, the chilc
more apt to contract it than a *
There is no specific treatment
measels. The other members of
family must be protected from <n
fection and the patient must be pro
tecte . as far as possible from com
plications. When fever is present,
the diet should, of course, always be
of the simplest, and everything should
be done to keen the child in the best
possible general condition of health,
so as to increase his resistance to af
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The materials are sport cloths, serges, collegiate
cloth, in tans, old blue, green, navy and rookie. The
styles include sport modles, wrappy modles and
capes. Sizes for girls.
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