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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Alexandria, Virginia \ established 1784 i oldest daily newspaper in the United states and Best advertise ing medium in Northern Virginia �i0 to i 1 a Tuff in North and probably rain in South portion tonight and j ride vol. Cd xxvi no. 228. Alexandria Virginia thursday september 23,1920. Price two cents or. James a Howiey is spending his vacation at Mitchell a. \ William Rudd has been awarded the contract for painting the High school building. Or. Novell s. Greenaway clerk of the courts is confined to his Home by illness. Or. Peter Boothe Pulman is at tending the University of Virginia. Charlottesville. Or. Arthur Skillman has returned from a two weeks visit to his father in Wilmington Del. Miss Lucy Anderson left on the 24th for Winter Park. Florida to re sume her studies at Rollins College. A read the Story of the bashful Man that starts in the Gazette saturday. A marriage License was issued in Washington yesterday t Howard s. Pearson and Pearl l. Smoot. Both of Alexandria. Edward Mills has scold to Richard Murphy a House and lot on the West Side of Patrick Between Wythe and Pendleton streets. The knights of Columbus minstrel troupe will leave at 5.22 o clock this evening for Manassas a. And put on a performance in Connor s Hail in that town tonight. Of Fiss Mary c. Brenner and Ben Jamin f. Curlin both of this City were married in Rockville md., yesterday by the Rev. Millard f. Min Nick Rector of Christ episcopal chuch Rockville. Mrs. W. W. Clements and daughter Emma Virginia Clements have re turned to their Home at it. Ida. After a visit to the former s brother. Or. P. S. Brawner at his Home in Phila Delphia. Virgil c. Davis of this City and mrs. Estelle Herbert Walz of Blue Mont a. And Washington were married at the parsonage of the m. E. Church South by the Rev. Or. E. V. Regester at 7 o Loek yesterday evening. The funeral of mrs. Rebecca Neale. Who died at the Anne Lee memorial Home for the aged took place today from Demaine s funeral Chapel and was conducted by Rev. Or. E. B. Jack Church. Burial was in Bethel Ceme Tery. The first of the series of subscription dances for the fall and Winter sea son. Under the auspices of Alexan Dria Post no. 24. American legion will be held in the elks auditorium. Friday evening. Music will be by my William s orchestra and a committee of the members of the woman s auxiliary to the local Post will act a chaperone. The Washington Virginia railway 1company has practically completed the Vork of installing a new switch at the Orner of King and count bus streets lne switch was installed Early Ulris morning and workmen Are now put ing on the finishing touches to the of preparatory to repaving the space k tween the tracks and two feet end Ach Side thereof Public speaking democratic mass meeting at the opera House Friday september 2t, 1920. At clock p. M. Addresses by the honorable Newton d. Baker secret in of War honorable r. Walton Moore of Fairfax county. Representative in the Congress of the United states and others. The general Public is cordially inv toil. Particularly the ladies for Whon seats will be reserved. Music in attendance j tickets out for Flay the Reserve seat tickets for the boat club play of of Cindy will go on Sale at Warfield s drug store this evening instead of at the opera House the Day before the opening performance As advertised on the tickets the original plan of having the opera House Box office open for a Day before the show has been abandoned As the accustomed Way of reserving tickets at Warfield s drug store is far More feasible. Rehearsal for the chorus group will be called promptly at 7 o clock tonight at the opera House and at 7.30 for the principals and. Aviation chorus. Three of the Best comedy characters in the show will be taken by miss Abbie Hoxton. Or. Jack Dinwiddie and or. Everett James miss Hilda sch Neider has a prominent part. Also. Miss Schneider will to Well re Mem bered1 by All who saw Katcha Koo. As the Irish wife of the maharajah. The Large chorus groups of Chil Dren Are rehearsing each afternoon under the direction of mis Louise close. Director sees bargain opera Chicago. Sept. 23grand opera is to be a bargain this season. Her Bert Johnson director of the Chicago grand opera company reported on his return from Europe wednesday. Opera has become a bargain he said. The Price of admission for the Corning season will not be much More than the admission to other theatres. Advance sales in new York and Chi Cago indicate that America is becom ing educated beyond musical Hockman awaits trial Man who is alleged to have slain Dick Southerland. Near Quantico taken to Manassas Lynchburg va., sept. 23georgc Hockman Slayer of Dick Sutherland near Quantico last week has been taken to Manassas for incarceration pending trial. Hockman frankly talked about his crime Here after his arrest in am Herst county by j. F. Hudson a special officer of the Southern rail Way system. He said the two men were tricking new liquor together in their Houseboat on Quantico Creek. They had lived together for several years he said and had made a living fishing and . The still locate. In the Houseboat Hickman claims was the property of Suther land but he admitted that he generally its output. During the evening of the killing they were drinking new liquor As it flowed from the Stilt and Hockman wanted Sutherland to sell some of it to provide funds for a trip to Char Lotte. X. C., they began a tussle 011 a Sand bar and finally Hockman rowed Sutherland across the water in. A Skiff and told him to go sell liquor. Hockman could not get Sutherland to g o and he took his Grun and began shooting Over his head. One. Shot struck Sutherland in the head and the other in the Abdomen although he claimed he was trying to shoot Ovet his head. Hockman said he was Hor ror stricken Ami he took the body to the water threw it in and fled. When he was arrested he had not eaten for two Days. evening september 21st. About 0 o clock Between Flet Cher s garage and the Corner of Washington and Princess streets a Brown fur neck piece. Liberal re Ward if returned to owner mrs. Gardner l. Boothe. 711 Princess Street. 227-3t. Ore half of America laughed Over Ellis Parker Butler s is two thirds i h enjoy his charming Jack knife at the Richmond tomorrow and saturday. 228-lc it s a Well known fact that our printing and service is the Best to be had get or estimates before giving your printing to solicitors. Our Vork and service the lest. Harry w. Wade master Printer 313 King st. Phone . 225-tf for results try a classified and in the Gazette. Secretary of War Baker Ana representative r. Walton 1 Moore to speak Illg crowd expected democrats to organize Cox Koose velt and Moore club following m Complete final arrangements for the Mon Ster democratic mass meeting at f o clock tomorrow night in the opera House which be addressed by Secretary of War Newten d. Baker and representative r. Walton Monro candidate for Congress from the eighth congressional d strict. To Suc beef Revenue Char is m. Callahan stated that there Are \ Kuo White women in the City of to Tor and only2- have thus far in ii them ves of five Opportunity. Ii Surv led that Slop he taken immediately to have them nay their capitation tas Ami rear st 1. Mis Mac Donald to a of the work Linin in to rom shed in a different wards in order to yet the women to Register. In lie opinion of miss Helen com in lairs the most effect i1 Way would he by personal Contact and she m r canvass of oath Block in the City for this burp one. Gan Rwy. Boothe. Chairman of the fins Nee committee said lie War Are parcel to receive to the democratic fund and expressed Hope that All who Dos red would Send them in at once without waiting for the committee to fall or them. The cd owing women pros t � we appointed a committee to Endeavor to yet the democratic women of the cite to resistor mrs. Charles f Emi Heini. Miss it Den x. Cummin. Mis Rose m. Mac Donald mrs. Frances p. Monroe. Is Mary a. Monroe. Tel is Conine t. Reunion and mrs. Chars m. Shepperson. They will have the assistance of Gardner i. Boothe and Apt. V.". H. Sweeney in their work. One half of America Lanc rhed Over Ellis Parker Butler s p two thirds will Enjay his Harmonjr Lack knife at the Richmond tomorrow and saturday. 228-1 fish Day tomorrow Svocak halibut Rock fish. Ocean City spots fresh Salmon. Large and medium Jersey Trout oysters fi-5 cents it. Solid measure. Sanitary fish Mark it i Civ Market. Phone 735. V e of keep an eat in House a fit class fish Market i 228-1 n. Subscribe to the Gazette and yet All t e news of your local Community. While it is news. How women qualify to vote go to the commissioner of Revenue room City Quill and procure supplemental assess ment. Take this certificate of assessment to the City treas ure room 2. City Hall and pay capitation to of $1.50. s receipt for tax to the registrar of the Ward in which you reside Ami Register. The registrars of the City by wards Are 1st Ward. Frank p. Moore �111 South fee Street 2nd Ward a Geo. A. Harlow. 202 North Roy a.1 Street 3rd Ward George Bontz 122 North Alfred strict -1th Ward. Thomas Chauncey 317 South Alfred Street. The Ward boundaries Are As j follows. 1 n Ward South of Prince East of Washington 2nd Ward North of Prince. Oast of Washington. 3rd Ward North of King. West of Washington. 4th Ward South of King West of Washington. All women must pay tax and j Register on or before pet. 2. Macswiney fils Lisl fast Day London. Sept. 22. The Irish self determination league bulletin issued tonight. Save that the condition of Ford mayor macs imy remains about the same. He is described As very prostrate and sult Cring from pains in the head but still con named array Chaplin Rev. P. W. Reynolds. This City. A signed to Arlisle Barracks i a. The re. Oscar w. Reynolds Pas Tor of Trinity Church this City has just received notify alien hat he has been appointed a chaplain in the Rig Utor army and assigned As chaplain of the Field service school of the med ical department which is located at Carlisle Barracks. A. Chaplain Reynolds entered the Mil-1 i Surv service soon after War was de dared with Germany and served As chaplain of the 303rd infantry at Camp Devons mass. Going to France with this organization. I was later transferred to the 3j the infant.i.�. Stith division and served with this organization in the Vicinity of a Dun. He came Home with the 3rd d a vision from Germany last fall and was for some time stationed at 1 amp Pike. Ark., with his regiment the eth infantry. J chaplain Reynolds is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and it Boston University and. A member of Delta Tan Delta fraternity. At a meeting of the official Beard of Trinity Church called 1 is nigh after prayer meeting chaplain Rey nolds the heard of his a ointment in the army. The Board Are reluctant to part with the pastor but in a unanimous 0 2 expressed their regret of his leaving grimly and thanked him for what he had been Able to accomplish since coming to the Church As pastor and wished him god Speed in hts Enfield. Chaplain Reynolds will preach i sunday. His successor will be named in a few lays. Notick. The Virgin i stenographic school will re Sun its is is on 1st. Sinecia it Enron Given to n livid a instruction Speed diets. Pupil who wish to to enrolled May apply Between to hours of a y of Oak p. In. On september 2kth 25 the. A ."0th at the Riner of vol Rohnl so be s. Anti v. Summers. Principal. Mark k. Oof Frt n 225-c special notice estai Juhei ice Cream parlor and confectionery for Sale. Owner Hawner City. Will sacrifice. Pox x Core of of Jazetta of. Fie p. 22f- a of America Huj Rcd Ever Ellis Parker rut ers is p or two thirds will. Enjoy i Charm Iner photoplay the Jack knife at the Richmond tomorrow Ned saturday. 22.8-1 c predictions made by new York financiers Fol lowing Cut by Ford reasons for belief hic Ajio also Sot decline i i Cost near at hand. A Peel lower Money hate nov Cvrk sent. 2 Hani or in Wall Street predicted t by that the Cost of living wiil make a Sharp drop in the next six months that a return to Normal conditions in the Money Market following the enormous liquidation of commodities. Is in sir it. They base their pre diction on the condition of the in Market the impending release from the Cotton warehouses of the South of enormous quantities of cot Ion and the expected reduction in prices of structural and other steel. Tin v say that the announcement from Detroit that Henry Ford had reduced he Price of his cars an average of $1-10 is merely an evidence that or. Ford has As Man of that the Cost of material is coming Down. The fact that he can make such a Hir reduction is held to mean that there must be a reduction in wares or in steel. .m.r. Fun has riven Assurance that there wiil lie no deduction in wares. I in Kors say. Or. For i has found moreover that the demand for cer Tain classes of car is Rinir reduced invade of the Hiiro prices demanded by the manufacturer. Woolen conditions Are very much the same. The american Woolen com a Ivy has found that the Only Way it can make Low priced Yards is by run Ning Fuli Force. Price Cut tins. There Fere has become the Rule. Some of in independents have Cut 1he Price of a it i Roods $3 a Yard. This Morns Tivit the in cd in the average Sui of men s clothes has come Down $10.of recently although the tailors have continued on Cire two the la i fast of Tui in Ihu or a Peru. Cd tit day4, he Linini on the eve of the twon to Side w of septum no and in Dinar. Oct Ier the fifth Thi jews will Celiva t Ali feast of tavern Al once a year Israel its love of lir soil and makes Public avowal of i. I. Fact the it even to Industrial civilization. Such Asem depends to in aril upon the . Its of in Loo. The restatement f of. For Ami Confidence in Mel r Forth is indeed a fact of jewish it i us Ness. We Kii a and we n assure our Mithai i i is at the Celli a of life Ili roti Hall the ens and tin i the Prosper y Jit i a s i Sfa Ion we seek run or. Not Cine no Jinjr to Iris Law. Itty Isiu is a Reisz rvs Iti the very ed1- of a s bimts aspiration pm e Unn Licat Otis of life. A it rare those n re itis sent than in the Eer Iomie interest4 of men. If re re 5. Rii has a duty a -,.". As an on porn uni v. Judaism in leavers not merely to fortify men in their Dif i Csibi it their dad had. Hut so id Turin Mora. Laroc quart i and in ". The sul Koth festival is a Apt not is a seas ii of if conv Ratuita eur on a intr garnered i the product of ? he farm or the trains of business bet As for Tiv Kurkt n the Aryck s in in social interests f non i4i Ibe Fiat ii in and Isit Nin Ina lire. The a a the find to i a rce Munizi to Leal Economy a the Fie d where be n and to must operate for tile coed of Potomac fish com Tony will have Oil s a tomorrow at a Inco week Jersey to it hotter fish Larse spots Rook. Flounder smoke. Labrador herons a. Smoked f nmn Haddock. Steak halibut. Teak j Oor received every week. To a fort it the a Jere. Who tips. F. Ii. In to i to a n. Proprietor. 227-2e notice builders and contractors j2 carloads while finish just received Thomas j. Fannin and sons 227-3p. Recover stolen car Wallace Lindsey s machine abandoned below Fredericksburg an automobile stolen from Wallace n. Lir i eve. Drra d if Payne of Vinton a. A f Niev past of the Chur to. The Bride entered the Church with it father. Or. I i Torge w. Zachary. Who g v her in nor ring. She wore a ii aut fun gown it w to Cha mouse with Pond . Her Vii caught with Orange l is is and she car ded a bouquet if Bride roes an i i is the Valley. M s Emeey r. Zachary was hgr sister s maid of Honor and her gown. As of Violet Georgette with Silver Ace and a bouquet of yellow Rose bus. N " id i i s suit n i ,Riis Star of in Tio Fnu in. M s so \ i i it c. Of Washington who a to � Mil Tureen Violt Iron l of a Miff. In i i �.�. I a of Ali. In voc was pc firl i a r. 1. It. From a. Cavy Bijj Kef " petals. Or. Fam Follower a up i i i in. of in / a. Ai or. R. A. Ref Rev. M r Krui Iii slim v a t Isioro. Ai i. A Sara i Onirine i of m of. I to or. Al Oryo a .-Lijy of f a uhf Rii re or. Civil it Motl to 1 rvs . .#,. Or. To. Miss m a i a. Olor of of x Roe hello. R. A. Miss Hay via of Rich to Mil. In. I i. F a o too t1 for j. Jt.,r ii Royit n to m i a of r Elf. Nic hat. it Ohio n furs. A Virlier f 1" w i ii Sofi Ivo of re Rico f to to boy � from a hit an f for Shipel la Dinci corporation snarrow.-. Point. To. 225-6p i Elli is delay in holding Confer Dice cause of escape of gov. Cox Foitik cars ditched now was in private dining a Xvi a when crash sustains Troken Lee. F h . Ariz. Sept. Gov Riner of s f or Campaign truly. Was f the emergency Hrohs Umipig or broken rails and to is ird Lin careening of cars fold Pas Enger the Story. The four Forward a were ditched he � Wernor s private ear at rhe rear my the adjoining compartment car 0/ 1ew Poper men. Except for its Forward Ruck remaining on the rails. A to reach jumped the track. Bout f lieu feet an d turned u its Side. Two passenger Cost bus 1 cd Ait of compartment car Fie Hull is., i pred Tor. Feet from the truck. N Pari a toppled Trev. T in firs of tin Dubief Ead a. I m n inner. Sutton. If Wos out. Sai. Left the rails a of and Phoenix Tudor i. It b Ming of the Mojave Curty " ourt. Suffered a rinsed log. Severs Dicks had cuts and bruises and ten u t re. Personal effects of All or of m a ii i wore a tev5 Nuj broken. is n Mehok the alter to Phoenix in a paen or Airt m by ii. Ard first Aid was Priven u Sevra other. Philip action Rake Ryan. Who was alone in lib so continued on Pace threat notice this is to notify the puh Jav we Are not in any Way to with the 0. 0. Wolt. Florist. Shop. Fresh Flowers will be furnished our greenhouses As heretofore. Washington Floral co., d. G. Ciril Bortzer. President. 209-30c

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