Alexandria Gazette in Alexandria, Virginia
24 Nov 1920

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Alexandria Gazette in Alexandria, Virginia
24 Nov 1920

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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Alexandria, Virginia� every Bay 4.30 p. Saturday at 2 p. Of a. Tomorrow Eddie Poio in last chapter of fatty Arbuckle in the Botcher boy the vanishing Dagger. You Tell pm Lions i Roar also a real Western drama s and a wonderful Sunshine comedy Richmond theatre today Shirley Mason in we Fox s big super j production of girl of my heart adapted from Frances Marion. Mitchell s Story "j6an of Rainbow Springs also the 2-reel Fox Sun Shine comedy ten nights without a barroom tomorrow 1 extra attraction tithe Kentucky 95 a the greatest Southern j drama Ever screened featuring Joseph Dowling 1 the Miracle Man of the screen also Harold Lloyd in bumping into Broadway j Omar a c today j. Warren Kerrigan and his own company in the thrilling drama. 1 the House of whispers also Pathe news tomorrow in a startling role of Saint and sinner Midnight Gam Cois Charlie Chaplin f i in a repeat production of the rink Laurence Stabler 415 Prince st. Insurance real estate and Loans 224-tf. I �. If first National Bank Alexandria a. J Rik oldest National Bank in Virginia i i the largest capital. Surplus and undivided profits of any in Northern Virginia we invite you to open an account in the commercial or savings / department j in making your will name this Bank As the executor of your estate Community plate the Correct gift plate. A woman who observes carefully the proprieties no longer feels that in giving pit k .1 net we a Silver she need give solid Silver. Flip sex Jim quisote designs and Beautiful patterns Pfeil have created for Community plate i die Tinct Vogue. " up Eil each piece in a Lovely French Gray gift 1box lined with deep Blue velvet. We can a c a Complete Stock. Pm 1 Saunders and son a g29 King Stree l to g i or or Holzbeierlei s famous bread and cakes the Best you can buy fruit cake Pound cake layer cakes of All kinds nut size order now for Xmas from your grocer or Market stand look for the Label or. And mrs. J. D. Knight and i daughters Moses Annie and Doro thy left for new York City today for the holidays. I the Fayette a cd to journey i f Marioi Yesville saturday to play i master Joseph Ruthey win. A the american techs at the Liniver Heen quite sick at his Home in South i Siviy howl. Washington Street for tin past nine Wecks is improving. The men s huh. Of Christ a Al Church at a meeting held last misses Anne and Margaret Linn nigh in Rise Parish of that of George Washington Park. Arc at-1 Church lie. Following officers. Fending the thanksgiving nop at the Ilari a d. , president a. J naval Academy Annapolis. ,. Iio Var vice it silent Julian t. Burke Secretary and treasurer. Rev. Or. John fee Allison pastor j of the second presbyterian Church this City a ill preach by ipod ii l quest the thanksgiving atthe second presbyterian cure Piroh at ills Church tomorrow. X a most enjoyable evening is prom a Catholic � Hurc i. The funeral f Henry Arthur j nails Little Iii Elmr and mrs. Leonard. Nails was held this morn ing at i is parents residence 417 fal j South Street and conducted by Rev. A. F. Felly of st. Mary s ised to All who come to the old folks concert to he Given to misgiving at 8 Robert j. Snead. Who fori Nelv i p. M., in st. Josephs Hall Colun bus lived i Cedar the a Rosemont died and Wythe streets. The entertainers j sunday at Niv Bern n. According have performed / successfully Many i. Telegram received in this City times in Washington so they j by heart inv Entwisle. The come fully approved. A Good laugh j deceased is survived by his . Will help to digest the Turkey Din Snoj was employed at a shipyard nor. Fax Cabo Many students attending schools and colleges our of the City Are Here for the thanksgiving holidays. Policeman Morris today found a \ Lii Eycle at King and Columbus streets. Judge Edmund a Waddill jr., will hold u. S. Court Here at 11 o clock saturday morning. The destroyer a. C., will journey to Culpeper tomorrow to play the Strong eleven of that town. Or. And mrs. S. E. Schwartz Nee Ethel con Berger of Butte Montana Are visiting mrs. Schwartz s aunt on Wolfe Street. Or. Isaac Ulirsch of Cumberland md., will deliver a lecture on Jorda ism at the synagogue in North Washington Street on Friday evening after the senders. An interesting program has been arranged. Special report will be Given by the pastor and delegates tonight at the first Baptist Church concerning the recent meeting in Richmond of the general association of Virginia. The service will he held in the main Audi Torino. Through j. D. Normoyle real estate broker Bernard b. Cline and others have sold to Samuel Levy and wife two two Story Brick Bouses 120s and 1210 Prince Street. Policeman i Lwrence Padgett today found an abandoned automobile Bear ing a Washington License tag at King and Columbus streets. It was turned Over to the Washington authorities. The Bazaar which has a Een in Progress for the past week at the lyceum Hull will close tonight. All of the remaining articles will be Dis posed of at auction. Alexandria Lodge of elks has arranged to hold its annual memorial services sunday night december 5 in he auditorium of its Home. The exercises will take place at 8 15. Her Man Friedlander is chairman of the committee on arrangements. The Tea to have been Given thanks giving by the members of Mary Cus tis Lee-17th Virginia regiment Chap Ter United daughters of the confederacy in Honor mrs. a Dufley who was elected state Secretary of the organization has been postponed indefinitely. Just arrived for a special before Christmas Lucky Purchase of 100 Kirschbaum suits. Overcoats the finest of All Wool pick of the Stock of these famous manufacturers of men s and Young men s clothes. All sizes and colors in the lot. My Lis if see our window. These Coats and suits were made to sell at $50.00 and $55.00 1 our Price wednesday Friday and saturday special discounts on every article in our great Stock. Do your Christmas buying Here and save real Money. 426 Kin Street Alexandria a. J. y v i v

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