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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Alexandria, VirginiaEstablished 1784 oldest daily newspaper in the United states and Best Advertis ing medium in Northern Virginia vol cd xxvi no. 281. Alexandria Virginia wednesday november 24,1020. Weather. Report for this tonight and change in temperature. Price two cents i in pity Council also adopts ordinance to regulate Sale of milk May boost Gas to 82 Council to meet Friday to consider loan of $25,000.defer electing school trustees. All bread sold in the City sixty Days Ron now must be wrapped and Seal according to the provisions of an re inane recommended by the City health department which was adopt d by the City Council at its meeting 1st night. Council also on the recommend a Ion of the foregoing department adopted an ordinance regulating the ale and delivery of milk and Cream d become operative january 1, 1021. It was decided to print copies of to ordinances and have them Dis buted to bread and milk dealers., a Resolution of councilman wat Les chairman of the Light committee of the City to make a loan of $2" ,000 i Purchase a new water Gas set for he City Gas Plant and also to pay in Coal Oil and the general Upkeep f the City Gas Plant. The matter As referred to the joint committee n finance and Light and it was do Dod to hold a special meeting at .10 o clock Friday night for the purpose of acting on the Resolution a Resolution increasing the Price of Gas to $2 a 1.000 cubic feet with j discount of 20 cents on the 1.000 j paid by the first of the month Lis to become operative january 1, 21, was referred to the joint com it tee on Light and finance. The j resent Price of Gas is $1.70 with the scout of 20 cents. Councilman Battles explained that the City is is now Selling Gas at a loss Anil he gilded that after the water set is Irv alled and things readjusted the it Hopes to reduce the Price of Gas. Councilman Mccaffrey introduced Resolution in which he set Forth Utt an examination of the City Gas Lant made by him disclosed that in Plant was turning out Good Gas id the trouble was that the Mains e Rotten. Instead of spending $15,- 0 for the water set he suggested Resolution that new Mains be in piled. This was referred to the get committee. President Burke told Council that e loss of Gas at the City Gas Plant not More than sixteen per cent and it the usual loss at Gas plants is out twelve Ner cent. Some of the vice pipes he said Are too smallk1 this frequently causes trouble. Another Resolution of or. Mccarcy favored a reorganization of the lice Force As suggested by Percsi it f. F. Mar Burn. Of the Board of Derrien and favored a reduction of a City health department. After a lengthy debate Council a Opria Ted the sum of $542.41 for the Lexandria Hospital to Pav Back pcs due on a lot they formerly lined on North Columbus Street hic lot was originally purchased a site for the Hospital. Permission was granted mount non chapter daughters of the Ine rican revolution to place a mile one on Russell Road same to be closed with Iron Fence. It was san 1 that permission was obtained i the property owners on that rough fare. The sum of $135 was. Appropriated pay the balance due on two motor Clos just purchased for the police apartment. Attorney j. R. Caton on behalf of s. Raggett petitioned Council for appropriation of $11 for a Bill for Iver work on upper King Street. It s referred to the joint committee streets and finance. Petition of it. Vernon Dairy Thori nation to place shed in rear of in building at Prince and Alfred rests already erected was referred Street committee and a petition ousting against the foregoing de being used for a stable signed six property owners also a. Feared to the Street committee. Permission was granted cart others to enclose Norch a in uth Pitt Street. Law. Rocker was anted permission to make Altera on to garage in rear of " Ayette Street and pc Titio. Ladue to erect Metal garage in rear of 42 h North Fayette Street was referred. The aldermen refused to go into a joint session for the election of a school trustee from the third Ward owing to the fact that three of their members were absent. I a Turkey weighing 25 pounds Given away i the Idle hour theatre is giving away a Twenty five Pound Turkey on thanksgiving Day. Be sure and at-1 tend the theatre on that Day As every one has an equal change to get the Turkey. It is the most appropriate gift imaginable to keep j Over till Christmas. The Turkey is i alive and is on display in the lobby i of the theatre. 2rl-lt. J gets extra allotment in our conversation with or. Rem i Schel the local Ford dealer today he states that he has been very fort j Unate in getting an extra allotment of Ford cars for his territory for the j months of november and december is in a position to make immedi j ate delivery on any Type of Ford cars As he has already sold 3fi cars j this month these few extra cars he is getting will not meet the demand and he advises intended purchasers to place their orders at once. He further states that on his orders received last january he was unable to make de livery until july and August an. H. E. Gentry Parent funeral of l. Adams the funeral of Lewis m. Adams who died sunday afternoon took place Atill o clock this morning from the residence of his brother Charles m. Adams King Street Road. Servi Ces were conducted by Rev. Or. E. V. Regester pastor of the m. E. Church South and burial was in Union cemetery. Pallbearers were or. C. E. Outcalt x. J. Lawler w. A. Moore jr.,-capt. We. King and j. Roland Goode. Juniors to attend thank services James w. Jackson Council no. 5o, Junior order of United american mechanics will attend thanksgiving services sunday night at the methodist protestant Church. The following councils have been invited to attend a Lle Haven Council no. 01, j. O. U. A. M., Friendship Council no. 28, sans and daughters of Liberty. Mount Vernon Council no. 1. Daugh ters of America Mary Washington Council no. 4. Daughters of api Erica those who attend will meet in a body at the Hall of James w. Jackson Council and March to the Church in a Beriy. $900,000 fees in will Case Chicago nov. 24construing the will of the elder Marshall Field Cost j the estate of the multimillionaire Mer j chant $900,000 for attorneys fees alone. Judge Charles m. Foell of the Superior court allowed that amount j today to attorneys for the parties in the suit to contest the will. The suit grew out of the efforts of Peggy Marsh London music Hall Singer to obtain a share of the late he by Field s interest in the Field millions for her 3-year-old son. Whose j father she claims was Henry Field. The court upheld All provisions of the will and denied miss Marsh s claims. Marshall Field 3d. Received the income from Henry Field s share of the Trust amounting to approx j Nia Tely ?40.000,000 in addition to the j income from his own share amount ing to $00,000,000. Thanksgiving Church services and family reunions planned thanksgiving will he observed Here with Church services family reunions and also will he marked he a general suspension of business. Many per sons formerly residing Here Are Home for the thanksgiving holidays foot Ball and Hunting will attract Many. Banks government offices schools and most of the stores will be closed All Day. Union thanksgiving services will by held in the m. Of. Church South. The Sermon will he delivered by Rev. Or. D. H. Martin pastor of Trinity Al e. Church. The offering will be taken up for the Alexandria Hospital and the Ann Lee memorial Home for the aged. The three episcopal churches will hold services at 11 o clock. At st. Mary s Catholic Church masses will be celebrated at 6 and 7 o clock. To Manuel lutheran and Christian science churches will hold services it 11 o clock. Thanksgiving will be donation Day at the Alexandria Hospital and the Anne Lee memorial Home for the aged. The City Post office will he closed nil Day. Thee will he no delivery by carriers. A collection will he taken it 2 p. A. And mails will be dispatched after 7 p. Football the Virginia athletic club football team will play the Emerson Institute "lever., of Washington on the ship Yard Field thanksgiving Day. At 3 p. Since the Virginias heat the crack Knickerbocker athletic club heavy weights in Georgetown it has Beer difficult4t- t games with teams aver aging 140 funds per Man. After try no hard frs no weeks to Hock a game the Enier tvs were finally engaged to visit Thi sity and match their skill in the Art of playing the Eric Iron with the local Light weight favourites. Why Cook thanksgiving Pinner. Our family special. S1 -00 service unsurpassed 12 to s p. Hotel ram Mel. Oyster salads Etc. For parties 2r0-2c\ so crowded with republicans that Dublin Castle is used prisoners killed alleged min attempted to escape after attacking guards. Raid archbishop s residence. I Dublin nov. 24vigorous activities of the authorities leave Little doubt that determined and concerted efforts Are being made to round up every Republican suspected of being Militar Active in outrages. The military forces Are tightening the cordon about i Hoblin and gradually working in toward the Center As was done during the easter rebellion of 1916. It is believed a number of leaders in the provinces finding the Pursuit too hot. Have taken Refuge in Dublin. The total of arrests to Date Are understood to be huge but ment refuses to divulge the figures. Dublin Castle authorities however admit the prisons Are so fell that it has become necessary to until size the Castle itself and that it was in a Lum Ber room in the old detective quarters of the Castle that Toto. Clancy and two others were shot yester a. Clancy. Richard Mckee and a Man named Mcclune. Accord in to the Dublin evening mail a Arvotti during the week end and kept in a room of the Exchange court pending Tran Fer of the prisoners. The mail alleges that the prisoner. Seize 1 arms stored in the court and at tempted to escape. It also alleges the court guard was fired on and returning the fire killed the three men. Clancy it is said was a member of the sinn fein inner Circle which ? been directing recent operations of he organization Mckee was an expert on explosives and Mcclnne is said to have been an officer of the Republican army. The thirteenth death As a result of the Crock Park shooting occurred yesterday when an la year old Hoy died of his wounds. Only Sev. N of the Croke Park victims have As yet Boon identified. Patrick Mathews who was seriously wounded at Skerries yesterday is in a precarious condition. To was serious v wounded in the shoulder thigh and knee. Soldiers at Dru Condra raided the residence of archbishop Walsh. N arrested the archbishop s Valet Wil Liam Kelly. Other casualties reported today included the death at Newry of head c instable Kearney we was shot sunday night by unknown assassins and the wounding of one policeman and two civilians in the Village of Mil Street when the auxiliary police and civilians clashed. Seek championship Alexandria High school football team off for Newport news tonight j the Alexandria High school foot Ball team will pro to Newport new tonight and tomorrow in that e t will tackle the Strong Newport news High school team for the Champion a ship of Eastern Virginia. If the local team should win Thev will b j qualified to play Roanoke for the h go 1 school championship o f the state. The local team will carry along Nineteen men and a number of Stu dents not members of the team. They will be accompanied by coach to. C. Harden and assistant coach Lee nails. / dance the recreation league of the Alex Andria torpedo station will give their second dance of the season thanks giving night. Thursday. November 2.1 at elks Hall. 8.30 p. Mrs v will b j by Drwilliam s jazz Orche a. Tick lets 81.50 each including War tax. For Sale at All Alexandria drug store and Dyson s and Knight s stores. Is Jomp i cars attitude toward the co operation # 4 of employer and baby show a Success prizes a a riled seven kiddies. .111 to perplexed. Sis Many pretty children Well now if and Oody a i Idee that Alexandria did t have Pill v babies All Esse had to do was to at tend tile baby show Yot vday noon. So a Lovely Itti. Kiddie Larye habits Small babies fair sallies dark babies am be know it was the or Terai opinion that Thev w re Ali Nii a winners had it Lent p sub to have Iriven so Many prizes. So the Annieh perplexed indies had t narrow Down the i Verdi tas Folh is Howell w. Oren Wood v. A Lii 1-2 no kinds. Prize for Best de of Niento unties one year baby pins. Milton h. Cist Over. Months2 no kinds prize for Best development Between and 2 Vears. Silver a n. Katherine w. Dunn. 2 years prize for Best development to Nhot Narraph free to one of the prize Winner. In j dry Winter lots for this o ize Dorothy Ford was the Lueky baby. A Coupon for this picture can -. Had on Honl cation at the Alexandria Hospital. At East 200 o to is were entered i s the contest. City office room n. 2. City i Aix a Lexandra a i. Nov Ether i 11 20. Not ire i i stat tax payer i am new penai1 to Vetn Conte taxes for the year 10"20. T or attention of tax oars is respect fully called to the in Normaree of nazi tier air riot Poremb 1st. I 020. As on that late a penalty of Ive per cent w a be added to Allim Naid ii ills and their collection enforced As req red by Law. Thomas a. Robinsom City treasurer. 274. T tit Ink Sovinc 1 inn or turkeys. Nire fat Chicken. Fresh hams. Cranberries. Apples o ranter and Dorsit fruit ral e. A Groc eries at prices and the very Best steaks. Fre delivery. Phone o67-\v. .1. E. Purcell. 117 South Henry Street. 2s0-2p names of contributors will to published it this space. The pah listed first we. He held in this j space until the t. I of $10,000 j is subscribed. Ii. S. Jofs presided r total subscriptions to noon to Day to the Alexandria Hospital fund amounted to $1,170. The new to amounted to $217. Subscript ions to Alexandria Ifo pita or. A. T. Voting $100 i r. Llewellyn i Owel. $100 or. $10n or. A Furrh Meguire 100 i a. S. B. Moore sino j we. It. Snoot $100 w a. Snoot and inc. $100 r Hert s. Joins on or. R. J. Vics $ 75 Graham and onion 50 or. & mrs. A. D. Brooke 50 Alexandria a Muse trend c.�. $ or. & mrs. K. Of Eav. A. Moore or $ "0 Ruben & is or $ � w rth � hid Fisli $100 Mutual Lee co., ire $100 Ujj Arthur Herbert. Or Slot. U. Bike $100 s s. Taylor Burke $100 a or. & mrs. J. V. William $ sol. Wei & Moses Jaffa. $ so. Alexandria $ Georgre k. Bonder $ ". Mrs. K. Bradley $ 5 a. Loch 5 or. And mis. Das. Barite $ 25 k. R. Howell $ is. A. Likelier $ 25 w. J. B. $ a. A. Iii Iii to. A sons. $ 1 Banner Stor m laundry $ 5 this. 11. Welch $ is ii. I. Kane $ 10 a. H. A Rcw $ 2o has. 1. We he $ 25 w. I. Smith $ a. Katz $ 5 laced Rose $ i the. Hoy $ in the.--. K. Dyson $ 25 Bernhe uht a a $ .1 is pm Dayman $ 1� ii. ? $ i Goldman $ .1. T. Lafferty $ i .1. T. Nek $ 1. W. Kii Wisie a .1-1 u Schneider 20 i. A. Mors $ 2 Cash 20 r. B. Washin Irton $ 25 in Cohen $ so or. A. B. Pen a $ 1" new i tint our co $ 2" or. An i m s. It. K Aetna s miss Hies me k. J. N 2 � p. Gernian to John a. $ m is p. Kisbi 4e o Auto to $ 2-i Mien Bro $ 25 a. S. D Nipha. $25, ii. W. Wildt & s i $ 2van sell a us a in re1 i. I. I am n i $ -01a. Aline $0 or. Diliard $ -.0 patrol Ponce $ a i to a Bak intr Loo ii Erfur a. Or $ 15 or. Susan a. San of. $ 2- m s. sonar. 2 my a in poet $ 2a i.1 in t. A i on 25 Arliew t a. I. And a. M sir thus. W. Resins a $ 10 l. Levin i $ 10 a ipod it and or. T. Jones 25.1 or. H. A. $ 2. W. P. Me Kniight $l"0 j. Wei. $ 5 or. & or. Ail red Thoni on $ 25 has. F. Helden $ 25 or. I la Field $ 1" Davis & Budwesky $ 5 1.i x. Def few $ 5 Mon Eure $ 5 it Rev d w. Sidh $ 25 miss f inny s. H Rise $ 10 or. T. B. Cochran $ 50 l. If. Dudley. $ i Grid is and i Man Roxal or Tryr Sto e $ 50 Cash $ 2 it for work n world count. La. H Over Powers looms to v i. N of. There will be 110 Anie to the covenant of the league of nations at this session of ii. Assembly if the derision of Jinni Itice number 1.that on Gen eral nor uni has he Nausid. Ring amendments is approved in fail session. A ii r Ija four. Chairman of the oium Ditleo. Suggested in committee meet a that ii was too Early to Haw conclusions to the working1. F lie league or to form an idea a of in Vav the covenant May be improved. Lie proposed that the com Mittee re commend the appointment of i special conic Pittee to consider Orpo id and report to lie meeting of the Assembly. The scandinavian delegates on the in i Ted Tipon the consideration ii Mediati 1y of amendment in y a 111 they were out of i d. The South Merican Del Gates no opted i. 1 Ai four s suggestion a1 Hon i readily because Thev Are of die opinion that any amendment of he beit should await propose Lei arc Recti from the t i states after president elect Mac Din s consultations on the sub i. Y dec lard i would be Eti out f order to Revi the Eov Iago to if fue of the i Ciortan nations of the world. Til. T a of til has it to invite Ali scandinavian of Uit in. I Navy Nate in policing a of Vilna to lie Evv � of i ii 11 lie. Ali other hand its in of that tin commission deems it tort to is Clit Mil to non it states i. I no i v running a part of Russia. My by i have not yet been Offir Al v died. Tim in a Miffy Iii the into nation ci., 1 to Send a letter of Hank r i to Gra Tulat is to r1 he toot my other do Gates of 1 he Magna conference. This is As far As hey Haw got in tin in work. N e v of a i Eppli ration of Monte Imio ire Iii ill the league it. Baled rut today. N o a form t Ion w of Iti ver was Given on be bisect i v secretariat of the go this Cleven a Hiir apply it i i a -. Ari i conic up on a. Foo i Ali Assembly before being " for red committee. A clash Between the of mail and a Iii v of tile of ii Tori of the Arr Iii a of the Assembly s l Eso Uli ii of be Gerdav for intervention i the armenian situation looms up s a Pic i qty. The Loire to of Armetra in Early i tin fore the elixir Man announcing. Time Iio of the committee to cd min. In the a tails of eventual i poll. The committee wig i a of d roller Cecil of Niou of South Africa delegation to is a Strong proponent of help. Or Arnicia i. And had on its Niem Ivy st Ike a Rene Viviani. Of a Ranee who a Elro Zient plea yester inv sweat the a Senith into unania Iio adj Roval of the resolutions for Cion Oil the subject. The other cml announced w to senator Meuri font aim. Of iof Nansen. Of Norway if Ono to l ii. Vrr Cdon. Of Argent a and is for , of Italy. N a course of this morning s Sesio i. Delegate i he y. Of Australia asked that Orr any s protest Gaim a the league s method of apportioning mandates for former 0?r imn colonies submitted recently be Aid before the Assembly before being referred to. A committee. The question went Over until tomorrow. Debate on the polish lithuanian of relict whih was threatened for a time on a demand he lord Soherr evil for full information a continue l on Page two

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