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;r)V- ;VENING. MAB. SO, 1910.
r 7.:s: ^ MATTERS.
? and Tide Table.
oworrow at 6.49 and ?t? at 6,21.
. at 11.29 a- m. and ll-5o P* m>
For this pection partly cloudy tonight and |
Tbundfy! Slowed hy I
toolar Thursday afternoon or night, moderate |
Ooe bn"dred aod ten members of
Lifayette Chapter, No. 5, Royal Arch
Maaons, o/ Washington, accompanied by
Dr. Ernest T. Kiog, the high priest,
sod the other grand officers of tbe
Grand Chapter of tbe District of Colom
bia paid a fraternal visit to Mount
Vernon Chapter, No. 14, Royal Arch
Masons, of this city, last night, and con
ferred tbe Rayal Arch degree oa three
candidates. After tbe convocation the
via't^ra were entertained at a banquet
at the Young People's Building on south
Washington street. This was the Srtt
time an outside chapter in 27 years has
conferred tbe Royal Arch degree in
Alexandria. At tbe bacqnet speeches
were made by Rsv. C. D. Bulla, JameB
E. Alexander, Rev. Mr, Powers, of I
Waibiogton, and others.
Dr. Angus Crawford, d-ao of the
Episcopal Theological Seminary, last
n^gbt delivered aa illustrated lecture at
Christ Church Parish Hall under tho
auspices of the Cameron Club. His
tuvjact was "Tne creation and modera
ecleoce." Dr. Crawford ia a pleaBicgj
and most interesting lecturer and the
large auiience present grjatly enjoyed
the evening. After tho Iccture Dr. and
Mrs. Crawford and a few friends were
charmingly entertained by Miss Cum*
mings, president of the Cameron Oluh,
which is t) be congratulated at tbe suc
cess of tbe series of lectures delivered
uader tbeir auspices this season,
Mr?. Frances Srnoot Danenhower an
nouccts tbe engagement of her daugbttr,
Miss Fraaces Virginia, to Mr. Charles
Page Waller, the wedding to take place
early in June.
Mrs Philip J. Ryan, jr., and Miss
Mary Costello. of Richmond, are vlait
iog at the residence of Alderman Jasob
Brill on Doke street. .
Miss L. W. Dent, formerly a nurae at |
tha Alexandria Hospital, but who has '
recently resided at Pope'a creek, Md.,
has returned to this city.
Rev. 0. D. Bulla, paBtoroi IheMetho- (
diat Episcopal Church in thia city but
who was recently appointed editor of
the Baltimore Mttbodla', left here thla
evening with bia family for Baltimore.
Mr. Bulla, however, will preach here on
A catted meeting of tha Retail Mer
chants' Association of thia city waa
held in the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce last night.
There was a large altsndsnce and busi
ness of impor!auca to the organisation
The following now members were
elected: P. Palman &. Co., G. H,
Barney Si Sjn, H. E Thomas. George A. j
Norrii, L. Shaman & Sjn, Mu'.nal Ice I
Company, J. 0. G.-t3a and E. War
[Juaiiee H. B. Caton presiding]
The following cases were disposed of
thiB mornine: j
tfeHie Brook, colored, charged With
disorderly conduct and fighting, waa
fined $5. ...
Frank Braxton, colored, charged with
being drank and disorderly, waa dis
DEATH OF S. H. GARNETT.
Mr. Samuel H. Garnett, a well-known
reaident of this city, died early last night
at his home on sooth Patrick,street after
a lingering illness. He was fifty-one years
old. He was a sin of Mr. R. P. W .Gar
nett, U. S. Commissioner for tbe Eastern
district of Virginia. For twenty years
he was employed R3 baggaee master ou
the Washington-Southern P.allway.
DEATH OF MR. 8AND3.
J. Henry Sands died at the residence
of hia brctbsr-in-'aw, Capt. D. G.
Meade, The Plains, on tbe 20th inBt, in
bis 73rd year. He was the son of tbe late
Ja?. Sands, 23 Piempont street, Brook
lyn New York. Mr. Sinds was at one
jtlme a resident of this city.
'[ HE FISHING SEASON.
Fish ars becoming more plentiful in
tha river, and Alexandrians ecgaged in
gilling are c&'.ciiiu* shad in tae neigh
b)ihood of this city. Prices, however,
have declined roe selling at from 40 to
60 cents and buck from 25 to 35 cenu.
REMOVIKG THK COBBLESTONES
The work of removing tbe oobble
sttnei from Cameron ttrett, between
Fairfax and Royal, was begun today,
preparatory to paving that pcrtion of tbe
?treet with vitrified brick. When tbii
work bhftll have been completed there
will be a modern roadway around the
/block In which the City Ball la located,
Mr?. Frt?lt*lck Bagher.wlfeof Deputy
Police'oomtnUsioSer Frederick Bagher,
of New York, who Washington
viiitiog her motheiMc-Iaw, Nicoll
Ludlow, wife of Rear Admir*1 Ludlow,
U. S. N., has been robbed of j9wC.'a eatUj
mated to be worth $20,000.
Mrs. Bu^her brooght jewelry estimated
to be worth as much ns $50,000.
Clarence Wilson, ?ged 27, who was
eecouc? man at the homo of Mrs. Lud
low, wLich Is just a half square from the
Wh.ta House, ia tuspectsd of taking the
The robbery la tupposed tj have taken
place sometime yesterday morning.
The j;welry which has disappeareu
baa been described to tbe police as fol
lows: One diamond necklace, valued at
$12,000; one diamond dagger, one dia
mond Btar, one emblem ring, ooe pear
shaped emblem surrounded by diamonds
ooe pair earrings set with sapphires,
several diamond pint.
The police aro inquiring closely into
Wilson attxedents there is a possibility
they believe of connecting him with tbe
robbery of abcut $15,000 worth of jswelry
from Mrs. Rebecca H^naby, whose
residence ia abont a iqaare and a half
from the Luilow residence,abc ut ft month
MEETING OF COWBOYS.
Th3 American Order of Cowboys will
hold a very in'.ere-ting meeting tonight
at tin Pythian H-tll on ocr:h Pitt strett,
after which the "boys" will &r j ura to
the banqu t table. AH the members are
earnestly reqaested to attend, as a very
pleasant evening is anticipated.
The weather contlcuis warm, the
mercury today registering 74 degreep.
Bain is needed.
Robert H. Bon'z died in Washington
yesterday. The decaased waa born in
Alexandria in 1852
The motor bcatF. M. Phillips, loaded
with 'umber by W. A. Smoot & Co.,
left yesterday for Fort Washington.
Five steam pumps manufactured at
the Emerson Pump Works in this oity
have been shipped to Baenos Ayres.
The Council of Jewish Women will
give g euchre party at the Young Men's
Sodality Lycenm Hall tonight.
Friday next will be the last day on
which discounts will be allowed on quar*
terly gas bills ending on the 1st proximo.
Two candidates received the first de
gree and three the second at tha meeting
last night of Sarepta Lodge of Odd
The regular business meeting at tbe
Alliaou W. 0. T. U. will be held to
morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock at the
Children's home on Duke street.
Mr. L. V. Oliver, of Brickhaver,
Alexandria county, died ft an early
hour this morning. The deceased was
about 50 years old.
Tbe Btock of tha Griffin Furniture
Company, S10-S12 King street, is belcg
disposed of at sacrifice price*. Sje ad
vertisement on first page.
Julian D. Koight has sold to 0. E.
Outcalt a lot in the second division of
Gaorge Washington Park. The price
paid was $000.
Maitba Nickens, colored, was arrested
today by Officer Roberts on tha charge
of the larceny of 75: cents from Rodie
A delegation from Alexandria C; un
ci), Junior Order of Americans, attend
ed the funeral of J. 0. Eohart, a former
member of the order, in Ftuqaier county
Lynnhaven Bay hard crabs and h^tne
picked de riled crabs at Jacob Brill's restau
r.nt, foot of Kiui; street, tonight.
There will be a fine concert in the Young
Peoples' Building, Thursday evening at 8.00
o'olock. Admission 25c, including refresh
ments. Don't miss if.
81iced cold meat for luncheon in always
handy to have aronnd the house, especially
for unexpected companv. We handle the
most complete and finest, line of cooked meats
and luncheon products in the city. Our
cooked tongue, rooked ham, ham bologne.
cooked beef, fresh chipptd teef, wafer slice i
bacon, importad schweitzer, pickles and
olives (in bulk) etc., etc., have uiade the
Auth Stand p.nd tneAuth Market the most
popular focd empotiuma in Alexandria
Sylvan Blondhcim, the Auth Stand and tbe
GREEN MOUNTAIN POTATOES,
the finest that grow for eating, G5c bu.; best
Elgin Creamery Butter, in pound prints, 34c
pound; Fresh Egg*, 2oc per dozen; fancy
Japan Rice, 5c pound; 3 pounds best Evap
orated Peaches, 25c; ?'$ !bs. best J arge Prunes,
25c; Fancy New York State Evaporated
Apples, 10c lb.; 3 cans Pink Alaska Salmon,
25c; 3 oans best Fish Roe, 25o; 7 lbs. first
Lanndry Starch, 25c; 7 cakes Star Soap, 25c;
7 cakes Circus Soap, 25c; large bottle Mam
moth Queen Olives, regular price 35c; our
price 20c. Wit. P. Woolls & Son, Royal
and Wolfe streets.
Alleged Incendiary Fire
Budapest, March 30?The government
prosecutor haa begun an investigation
of tbe charge that b'uaday night's dance
hall fire in Ockoerito, in which 880 per
sons were turned to death, waa the work
of an incendiary, s ycuog man,who fired
the building in revenge for having been
excluded from tbe dance. Tbe young
man under suspicion. has Bed the town
and la being buated by posses. If found
be will probably belyncbed.
Mr. Roosevelt Leaves Cairo
Cairo, E^ypt, March 30.?Ex-Presi
dent Roosevelt and his family Wt Cairo
at 9:45 this morning for Alexandria.
They will sail from the latter city this
afternoon for Naples, where they are due
to arrive Saturday. Just before going
aboard tbe train, Mrs. Roosevelt wss
given a large bcuquet, a remembrance
from tbe khediva. There was a large
gathering to bid the party farewell.
Car Jump3 the Track
Jackson, Mich., March 80.?Round
ing a curve at high speed early today
a Detroit United Railways Interuban
car jumped the track, killing an un
identified man and injuring five others.
The dead mau had a ticket for Battle
Creek. He was mangled beyond recog
nition. All of tbe injured will probably
No General Strike to Follow.
Cincinnati, March 30?No general
strike is to follow tbe failure of tbe min
ers and operators of Ohio, Pennsylvania
and Indiana to reach a baBis of agree
ment on wages and improved working
conditions. Strikes will occur, however,
I in individual districts, and when tbe
i miners,delegates left here for their homes
| this morning it was estimated that from
! 150,000 to 200,000 meu would lav dowo
| their picks April 1. Following the
breaking off of all negotiations the miners
held a final session last night when &
strike platform was adopted,
Los Angeles, Oal., March 80.?Jame*
J. JefLrlea spear most of bis time after
his return here today from a booting
trip io the Santa Barbara moautaino, In
denying a atory that he bad broken an
Jeffries appeared to be io fine shape
after his tenuous trip through tbe hills,
Ha said every day made him feel better
and he promised to s&nlhiis.te Johnson
To Disfranchlao Negroes
Annapolis, Md , March 30.?Dale
gate W. M.tchell Digges, of Charles
oounty, gave positive assurance this
morning that he will introduce io tbe
House of the Maryland legislature today
bis bill providing for tbe disfranchise
ment of negroes by refusing them rejis
tration io stale and municipal elections.
Mr. Hammond, of Howard county, will
Introduce an amendment, based on tbe
Are you frequantly hoarse? Do you
have tbtt annoying tickling in yonr
throat? Does your cough annoy yen at
night, and do ycu raise mu:us in the
morning? Do ycu want relief? If so,
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
you will be pleieed. Sold by W. F,
Creigbton & Co. mid Biebard Gibson,
(Second Session )
Washington, March 30.
Petitions from forty grand army poili,
protesting agaimt the itatne of General
Lae remaining in fie Capitol, were pre
aet13d to the Senate today by Senator
k?sfnator G'.lllcger, preset, tsd petitions
from a large ru<nb?r of commercla.
bodies in Ohio aod elsewhere urging the
nnueage of the ship subsidy bill. In
cluded among the organizations were
boards of trade and other trade societies
oa Cleveland, Toledo, Dayton, Spring
field and Pittsturg.
Strenuous work was required In the
3acate today t> get np for consideration
a bill amending the employers liability
act. Several motloni were mBde and
lost but finally one proved successful.
The bill provides that euits must be
instituted Bgainst railroads within two
years after the icjary was sustained by
the employe. It also provides the order
in which heiiB may bring salt and pro
hibits but one recovery.
The bill was opposed by Senator
Bailey, who claimed that the llullUtion
was too brief. He also held that the
federal ccuiti were given concurrent
jurisdiction with those of the states.
Sitator Hale hoped the bill would
not be pushed until opporlunity were
aflorded to prepare amendment "|o
check this reaistleaa Bea that la gradually
destroying the last landmarks of State
The bill went over unlil tomorrow
A list of amendments to the b fcina
Ta.t railroad bill tbat will be ofl;red by
the republican m&jirity of the Sensta
committee on IntentUe commcrce was
submitted to the Ssnata, One change
to be made in the bill strictly providee
that the jurisdlct'on of the ccurt of com
merce shall be tho same as Is now pos
sessed by the Ua'.t'd fctites circuit court.
The law is to lake eflect sixty days alter
The bill to amend and codify the laws
uader the judiciary title was further
All the resolutions that s'uaabered in
the pigeon-holes of the old committee
on rules have been burled, according ti
a statement forced from Speaker Cannon
on the floor of the House today by Mr.
Wilson, (dem., Pa) The resolutions
have not been placed before the new
rales committee but have been carted ofi
to tbe basement of the Capitol, where
jhey will be buried for all t'me. Wilson
t'ied to make a motion tbBt these reso
lutions be referred to the new rules com
mit'.ee but Mr. Cannon would not allow
him to make it. It will now be necee
?ary for every member who nad a reao
ution before the rultscommittee to rein
troduce in the House.
Committed to the Tombs j
New York, March 30?Frank Chester J
and Fredrick Cunningham weie arraign-"
ed before Uoited States ComisBloner
Shields today charged with burglarising
the Richmond, Va., poatoffllce ol $35,000
in starnpB and $3,000 in.caab, early Mon
day morning. The arra'nmatt was for
mal and the men were at once recom
mitted to the Tombs for an examination
In the meanwhile the police and post
office inspectors are; roondlDg up the loot
from the Richmond poatoffice and have
already recovered $30,000 of theBtamp?.
Tbe remaluder of the atamps era be
lieved to be In a trunk recovered Bt the
Twenty-third street Btatlon of the Penn
sylvania Railroad today and which ia
now at police headquarters.
Chester and Ounningham were defiant
before tbe comiaaioner aod Insisted that
they were innocent. Tbe poatoffice In
apectora, however, say tbey are prepared
to prove that Ounningham la Edward
Fay, alias Eddie Smith, alias J. W.
Campbell and that he is wanted in San
Diego, Oal., in Lob Angeles and In
many other western cities for bank rot
bery and poatoffice looting.
Deapite this Indictment by tbe an
thorltlea, Cunningham inaiaaed the in
siated the inspectors were mistaken and
when confronted with pictures very
much resembling him insisted he
was a victim of mistaken identity.
The inspectub and city detective are
now trying to Identify Chester and BBy
they will have his identity fixed before
ihe examlntt'on Is held.
Senator Daniel'? Condition
Daytona, Fla., March 30.?Senator
John W. Daniel slepi heavily most of
last night and ia said by bla pbysiclana
to be in a "ulugglnh condition" today.
There has been no further Improvement
in his condition.'
Attempts to Cremate Wife
Mabaaoy City, Pi., March 30.?
S'ltlng his wife by the throat htre yes
terday Samuel Reed poured a gallon of
kerosene over her clothing, then applied
a match. She was badly burned before
th3 neighbors extinguished the flames
by wrapping her in carpets. The at*
tempt at incineration w?s the result of a
quarrel. Reed Is in jail.
Soldiers Killed in a folllslon
Berlin. March 3C--Between twenty and
fifty soldiers were killed in a railroad colli
sion nt Muehlheim today. The trains in the
smash were a troop train and the Nonh
[German LloyJ eJB??8 Uam wh'ch wrs
bringing passengers who had disembarked
a' Cuxhav n from Genoa and Naples rente to
Berlin. The flimsy cars of the troop train
crumpled like piper undei the smaih of the
heavy boat express, most of whose cars were
ff.teel construction. Noueof the p's-easeia
were killed altboueh all were badly shake.i
New York Stock Market.
New York, March 30?A Heady tone dis
played at the opening if the stock market
disappeared quickly, ihe market b?iog un.
favorably influenced. , ,
The market developed pronounced weik
1 ia 'he late forenoon and at mid day
! prices of leading ipsues showed losses of from
1 to 2 points. ^______
The American Telephone and Tele- j
graph Company Sled w th Secratary ol;
tittle Koenlg In Albany, H. Y? today |
a certificate showing their capital *tock
has been increased from $300,000,000
to $500,000,000. The company paiu
$100,000 aa a filing fee.
Yen ! Wont be properly dressed for
Easter If yon haven't a pair of the New
! Nifty Styles of Fine StyUah Foot Cov
ering, bad only at 42- King street, J.
A., Marshall & Bro.
Itro.tt Fooertl cn Thnrtday ?/taMon?t
2 o'clock from his late residence, U1 south
Patrick strwt, Interact pnyate,
Washington - ? D. C.
A YARD, 40c
45-'Dch Roand Thread Belgium Llaen Salting, all pare linen, and a
regolar 592 a yard fuitlng.
Firat Floor?Linen Depf.
Woodward & Lothrop
FURNITURE SLIP COVERS
Slip Covers for Five-piece Parlor guiles, made to order from Buy detired pattern of our
choice quality Funry Art Tickirg, Cretonnes, and dimities (80o quality), allowing 26 jards
fjr the making, at the
Special price, $12,50 the suite.
Slip Covers for Five-piece Parlor Suited, mads in our thoroughly high-grade mgnner of
the best Belgian linzn, allowing 15 pards of 60-inch (diuble width) material for rnakiDg,
Special price, $12,50 the suite.
Adjustable Metal-Frame Window Screens
This, the Sherwood, is the most perfect of All-metal Frame Window Scre?us?it gives
continued sitisfaction and may be osefl on either outjide or inside of wicdow?.
Frames are of beU quality Black Enameled Bessemer Pressed Steel and filled with black
HSThejvalue of theFe Scml-ds camiot be overestimated ?they Tare is sizes to fit any window,
Prices, 30c, 40c, 45c, 55c and 65c,
Stock Screen Doors
Made of selected pine, and varnished natural finish, filled with black wire cloth; j
2 ft. 6 ia.xfi ft. 6 in. 1 ft. 10 in.iti ft. 10 In. 2 ft. 8 io.x 7ft.
2 ft. 8 in,x6 ft. 8 in 3 ft.x7 ft.
$1.25, $1.50, and $2.50 each.
3 ft. 4 in-z7 ft, 3 in.
ESTABLISHED j 870.
First of the Season.
Steamed Hard Shell Crabs, Deviled Crabs, I Little Neck
Clams for lunch, dinner or supper.
THE, RAMMEL CAFE
COR 8ALE.?fJuthbert RASPBERRY
i PLA NT:?, the best red berry cultivated.
8i?:toeight d. liar. P-|'h?^WDEN
ma>30 eo 31* Rf No. 1. AlexnndriB.
ROYS WANT ED?Wanes a week.
D Apply at BELLE PRE BOTTLE COM
PANY. mar30 3t
Ttie Eruption of Mount Etna.
CatBDia March 30.?A shower of
aBbeB from Mount E-os, tweet/ miles
ditlaot, covers the ttreeta of Catania to
a dejth of half a foot today. A bage
lava stream, the culpot of thirty belcb
ine crat ri, is moving slowly toward the
city, and the people are almost hytt^ri
cal from frigtt, fclthougb tbe conforma
tion of the land is each t'ist the Btream
will probably Da diverted and the city
Fresh craters are appearing daily, and
Professor Ricco now ts'.imstea that there
*re thirty active fUsuies. The total lava
flow, howevrr, is believed to be oo greater
then when there ware I u' a do/.;n active
Tbe fall of ashes b9H cansed heavy
damage here and ba3pract:nally deetroy
ed all tbe vineyards, orchards and otber
vegetable** bitvecu here and the moun
Portsmontb, Vs., March 30.?Two
murderers, John Ptrker and William
dmit'3, awaiting transfer from the Nor
folk county j<ii ti tbe peoiteitiary at
Richmond for electrocution, cut through
the tara and escaped with another
prisoner jast before dawn today,
Mmder is believed to have been oorn
mlitad by tbe tbree men in their es
cape, tbe body of a local barber, James
Smith, having been fcuidwitha knife
wcuod through tbe heart shortly after
the delivery. Officer3#believe Smith saw
the escaping prisoners and was killed
when he ;attemp ed to give the alarm.
After cutting ihrougb the bars of the
cage in which tb?y were conficed the
murderers and tbe third prUoner, who
was serving sentence for a miDor ofiense,
broke through th3 roof of tbe jail and
lowered themselves nree furies to the
ground with ropes kno lid from their
blankets. Tbey are thought t) have
escaped from town oo a freight train.
Portsmouth, Vs., March 30.?Tba
new passenger liner Oity of St, Louis,
built for tbe Ocean Steamship Company,
to ply bUveen Swannab and New
York, wbb launched t'jday at tbe yards
of the Ntwport News Shipbuilding Oom
p:uy. The vessel wes Da-aed, aa it slid
down the ways, by Miss Louis E. Nu
gent, daughter of Danbl 0. Nugent, a
St. Louis merchant. The vessel is of
6,200 tone and hao accommodations for
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will
take over the operation of tbe Chicago
Terminal Company on the tirst of tbe
coming moLtb, scccrJing to an official
announcement made in Baltimore this
afternoon, when it wid become tbe Bal*
timore and Ohio Chicago Terminal
Company, with Daniel Willard, presi
dent, and F. C. Batchelder, vice presi
Coal Coke Wood
yricc Buy your fQ8l before the sever?
weather. We offer best quality,prompt delivery
and lowest market price. Phone 95. DsW?
AITCgESQIJi 107 south Boyal itmt
\X/ANTFD?A WAITKH. Apply at C.
*v H. ZIMMERMAN'S, Market Space.
EIGHT GAUGE HAMMERLE83 SHOT
GUN. State lowest price and condition of
gun. Address W. W. 0., 923 P street north
west, Washington, D. C. mar28 3t*
\X7 ANTED.?Settled woman to assist in
' ~ housekeeping and as mother's helper.
8tate wages wanted and givo reference. Ad
dresB, East Falls Church, Va,, P, 0. Box 63.
mar 23eo 3t
riGAR SALESMAN WANTED.?Experi
^ ence unnecessary. Sell our brand* to tbe
retail trade, Big pay. Write for foil par
ticulars at once. GLOBE CIGAR CO.,
Cleveland, Ohio. feh!9tjel5
A good WHITE MAN for "the "stable at
Rarensworth. Write to Mrs. LEE, Burke,
Virginia. maril tf
Many profitable deals
have failed because
of tardiness. A good
for instance, will enable
you to deal promptly and
profitably. We can please
you in both size and price.
R. C. ACTON S SONS
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
Illinois coal operators say txisy It will
practically impossible to prevent a miners
strike in Illinois next Friday, Unlets
some agreement Is reached 75,000 men
will quit that day.
Captain ??Johnny" Klein, former
common councilman at Pittsborg, whose
confession of graft "pulled out tbe props
and let thfl sky fall" in the piesent graft
crusade was Uikeu to the Western peni
tentiary today to begin serving his
Enervated by exhibition at recent
shows at Portlaod, Maloe, and in Bos.
ton, the iait of the dogs which went
with Peary to the fa? north ia dead today
on Flag Island, near Pearl's summer
home In Oaaco bay. Tbe animal, which
was Peary's favorite, was also one of the
explorer's team when be went "farthest
north" three years ago,
In tbe desperate hope of keeping the
Nicarsgum revolution alive it was
learned at B.'usflelds todiy that the revo
Intionary generals, acting in concert wltb
Provisional President Estrada, have
commissioned several Americans to
recruit American volunteers fo? tbe revc*
lutionary army^ who will be paid hand
somely for their servioe.
'They oome high." "The best are
he cheapest." Our people watt tbem
and so we say to tbe ladlea you oan see
J. & T. Cousin's ExclusiveStyles at 422
King ttreet, J. A. Marshall & Bro,
G'ance over tbe list of High Grade
Shoes sold exc'mively by us; J. & T.
Cousins, Qujen Quality, E?d Cross,
Llnder 8aoo Co., N. Hesc & Bro. (The
H>s*), Taylor 4 Co. (Taylor Madf),
Brocton Co. Operative Co., Walk Over,
B?gai, Excelsior Shoe Co. and many
others. J, A, Marshall & Bro, 4231
J StJtti, ]
Citizens' National Bank
of Alexandria, Va., January 31, 1910.
Edward L. Daingerfield; Carroll Pierre,
Richard M. Green, Cashier. E. E. Payne, Asst. Cashie
J. C. Smoot, Edward L. Daingerfield, Jas. W. Roberts
Worth Hulfish, Carroll Pierce
M.A. Ahem, Urban S- Lambert
Loans .... $687,951.44
U. S. Bonds to se
cure circulation. 100,060.00
Bonds to secure U.
S. Deposit . . 1,000.00
Other Bonds and
Stocks . . . 49,986.56
Banking House &
Real Estate . . 52,856.97
Oash . . 46,441.96
Agents , 99,132.71
Circulation . . .
Deposits . 1 . .
U. S. Deposit . .
Our weekly Remnant Sale
Thursd ay .offers unusual
bargains in most all de
partments, hundreds of
newj fresh remnants di
rect from the mills at
very low prices.
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Spring Suits Reduced
$12.50 suits, reduced to $7.98
$15 fuits, icJuced to $8.93
$19.50 snita, reduced to $10.49
$25 salts, reduced to $12 49
All Matting Remnants
I 25c matting remnautfj, yard 18c
30c matting remnant9, yard 21o
35c nutting reran-mtn, yard 22c
1000 yarilii b Kt fruit of loom muslin,
mill ends, 124 ? value, remnant prios,
7ocfnd$ .00 all-over embroidery, for
yokes and waisiw, remnant price, yd. 49c
Twenty dozen ladies' black Burson
hose, without a Ream, second quality
of the 25c kind, remnant price, pair.. 15c
500 yards val Isce and insertion, worth
6 and 8c, remnant price, yard 2o
Fifty rolls and packages toiist paper,
10c valup, remnant p ice. each 6c
Micses' 25c black lUle hoso, second
quality, all sizes remnant price, pair 15c
Twenty-tive rolls 5c atd 6c ootton
toweling crash, j ard 4Jc
One lot of 15c elastic belt?, remnant
price, each 9c
Twenty-live btxes containing six cakes
5c toilet soap and one nan 10; talcum
powder, lemnant price, each 25c
John Clark's 20J ya;d machine cotton,
black and while, remnant price, '1
spools for fc
One lot 6c torchon lace, remnaut price,
Ten pieces beat lonsdale cambrio, 15c
value, remnant price, yrr J l?j j
Five dozen extra heavy hair brushes,
worth 35c. remnant price, each 19c
500 yards 10c and 12Ac light percale,
one yard wide, remnant price, yard.. 8j
Fifty yards ?5c wide corset cover em
12JCj 55, and 19c ? hite and cream ap
plique trimming. teainaiU price,yard 9c
We will place oi sale Thursday about
two hundred yards 50o fancy silks,
remnant pMcc. yard 35c
Th'ee rolls 35c fibre inhtting, in irreen,
Hue, and tan, remnant price lliurs
day, yard 25c j
Twenty five dozen ladies' mercerized
hose, 25c value, pink, blue, rosa, red,
and iaverdir, remnant prhe, pair J5o
The new 26-inch Tussorsh Ottoman?not
too rough?with a slight cord. All pure ailk,
and in shades of reseda, myrtja, marine, j
navv, c:d?t, olive, unoke, gray, wistaria,
canard, mulberry, o!d rose, tin,
white, black, and natural. Per $1.00
27-inch "Indio," another new not-too-rough
all-silk fabric, in all new and wanted colors.
We are sbowin* them in slndea of smoke,
gray, navy, marine, myrtle, olive, reseda,
wistaria, mullerry, brown, tin, old rose,
cadet, gold, slice, white, b'ick, <? | Afl
andnatur>l. Per yard 3J1.UU
27-inch 'Salome," a scfc, rich, satin-finish
ed all-pure-s Ik fabric,w.th jastemugh rough
threads to make it most desirable for tbis
season'* wear; in shades of smoke, gray, tan,
ravrlle, resfda, olive, navy, marine, cadet,
pink, cie), old rose, brown, wis
taria, mulberry, white, and black. CI
Per yard .p I .OO
26-inch Tn&iorah Shantung?new and rouah
enocifzh to be fashionable; in shade* of reseda,
rayrtl?, olive, marine, navy, cadet, imoke,
gray, wistaria, canard, brown, gold, old ro3e,
mulberry, tan, white, black, and
natural. Ail pure silk, and per $1.00
420-426 Seventh Street,
WASHINGTON, D, C,
On account of Firemen's Convention to fco
held in this city August 23, 24 and 25. The
committee on hotels would be pleased to hear
from all person: in position to accomodate
visitor! and as to number they could accom
odate; alio state terms, with and without
board. Write or phone not later than April
9 to W. C. H. WILDT, Chairman.
FOR RENT?$4.00.?Three bright pleasant
BOOMS on second floor of 210 Franklin
street. Newly papered; private entrance.
Address 823 eouth Fairfax street,
?sr29 3? j
under the thumb.
That's all that is
required to fill
Pen. There is nothing to
take apart or lose. No
mussy dropper to smear
the hands or clothing.
writes as easily as filled.
You will never know what
real fountain pen satisfac
tion is until you have
used a Conklin. None
of the bother and an
noyance so common
with other fountain
pens. The Cres
SAUNDERS & SON,
629 King Street. See window disulBy.
A Full Line of
R. E. KNIGHT.
BUY A WHOLE HAM
20c per pound.
EDWARD QU1NN & SONS
St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets
g Protect I
| Your I
I Furs and Clothes |
| MOTHS ? jjj
fy Inspect our line of Cedar fyi
W Lined Box Couches and "?ij
Cedar Chests from
$3.50 up j|
jjjM. Robcn & Sons^
nj 601 King Street. fS
SPECIAL NOTICE.?The anon*! ni?<rtin?
of the stockholders of the GREAT r ALLS
POWER COMPANY, for the electioo of di
rectors and the transaction of t-ncb busire n
aa may properlv come before said me-tiug,
will be held st the office of C. C. Carlin, Nr>.
107 north Fairfax street, Alexandra, V?., oa
THURSDAY, April 7. 1910, at 12 o'clo.k
noon F. J. WHITEHEAD,
Eggs for Setting.
Buff Orpinaton, $1-00 per 15. Pebin Duck.
75 cents per 11. The Orpington Poultry Y?rd.
C. A, SHAFFEfil 4 C'J.j Florifcts. Braddocfc
Road. raw# la;