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VOI.r.ME ( XI.?NO. 133
ALEXANDRIA, VA. MON DAT EVKXIXU. .irXE (i, 1?10.
Pi:ICE 2 CENTS.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Burt Shoes Below Cost.
I'-.viii" inirvhitM'il :ii ii {Treat sacrifice a
h 4 ,oh.r .his hijrl.-sn.de. shoe I will
' ,M a*) in iintl^w nwles while they
iaxt at ihv ri<|ie,,|o?.s '^ricc $2.99 I
L. Rosenblot, 923 King St.
in? Roc
New Potomac
oe
50 Barrels
50 Halves
25 Quarters
100 Kits.
PRICE'S PACKING.
also 50 pails
HERRING ROE
90c each.
- G. W. RAMSAY.
Veteran Dust Extermina
ting Sweeping Compound.
Draws Dust Like
a Magnet.
Antiseptic and Disinfectant
Does the Work and
is Cheap.
For Sale in Any Quantity
G. W. RAMSAY.
Our tine grades of paper and
envelopes in boxes and by the
pound. You will be delighted
both in its quality and price.
S.F.Dyson & Bro.
Book Sellers & Stationers,
508 King Street.
Phone :>!. Greenhouses S. Patrick Si.
D. R. Grillbortzer
Bedding Plants and Gera
niums, $1.00 per dozen.
Kunend work promptly at tended to. lv-1
livored t<? all parts of the eity.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, |
lelCJ if
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatest known Water for Dyspep
sia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver
T roubles.
Loading Physicians endorse it and tes-*
tity to its great merit. ']
Frank Warfield,
Druggist.
WT.KK EX1> TICKETS.
Local week etui tiekejs Washington to
Somerset. Warrenton. Harrisonburg,
lllucmont and intermediate stations sold
on Sal unlays and Sundays, valid lor re
turn <>n Monday at very low fares, will
he placed on sale hy Southern Railway
at Washington.1>. C.*. beginning SATUR
DAY. May >th. and continuing until
October "J. inclusive.
L. S. BROWN, General Agent.
^Mrximbria (Sazrttr.
I'UBLISHKl) I>AILY AND TIU-WKEKf.Y AT
GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 and 312
PRINCE STREET.
[Entered attho Postoffiee of Alexandria,
Virginia, as second-class matter.]
Tkkms: Daily?1 year. $3.00: (; months.
$2.50;3 months, $1.25: I month,43 cents:
1 week. 10 cents.
Tri-weekly ?1 year, $3.00: (5 months.
$1.50: ;> months, 75 cents; 1 month, 25
cents.
Contract advertisers will not be allowed
i- to exceed their space unless the excess
is paid for at transient rates, and utider
no circumstances will they be allowod
to advertise other than their legiti
mate business in the space contracted
for.
Resolutions in metnoriam, of thanks,
tributes of respect, resolutions adopted
by societies or persons,unless of public
concern, will be printed in the papor
as advertisements.
A DOUBLE LIFE.
The story of a double life was revealed
in General Sessions on Friday, when
Seliiu Ghazal, a prominent Syrian, of
Brooklyn, and at one time an agent of
the United States Treasury Department,
pleaded guilty to forgery, and was sen
tenced to state prison for not less than
three and not more than six years.
Judge Grain, who imposed sentence,
was flooded with letters from govern
ment officials and prominent business
men. According to the assistant dis
trict attorney, Ghazal. while posingas
a reputable business man, taking an
active part in the social affairs of his
countrymen and maintaining his fam
ily comfortably, lie has been obtaining
most of his income from forgeries and
fraudulent schemes of which Syrian
and Greek merchants were the victims.
When confronted with lite complaints
and told that the old indictment of
11 'OS might be revived, Ghazal broke
down and pleaded guilty to forgery in
the second degree.
m;,vvi;s hair ox roof.
Francis Cleary, of No. l-r>l east 110th
street, New York, who is eight years old
and a habitual truant, has been attend
ing the Industrial School in 10-">d street,
near Second avenue, when he pleased.
Friday morning, instead of going to
school as his mother supposed, lie went
up ou the roof of the building at Xo.
171 east lO.'id street and went to sleep.
In the afternoon several persons living
oil the south side of the street reported
to Patrolman I'razak, of the east 104th
street station, that they could see a
boy's legs waving in the air on the roof
of Xo. 171. l'razak went to the roof
and discovered Francis lying on his
back, his head securely struck in some
tar that had been softened by the sun,
trying to free himself. Dr. Fulton, of
Harlem Hospital, who soon arrived,
?icnt for a barber, and Francis went,
home later leaving a lot of his hair be
hind him on the roof.
Leo O'Neill Browne, democratic
leader of the General Assembly, in
dicted for bribery in the Lorimer elec
tion scandal was surrendered by his
bondsman Alderman John Powers in
Chicago, on Saturday.
CLARK ACCKPTARLE.
Following the reports sent out from
Washington some days ago that there
would be democratic oppositiou to the
election of Representative Champ
Clark, of Missouri, as speaker iu case
that party was successful in electing
the next House, promiuent democratic,
members of the House have given
out statements denying such opposi
tion. Representatives Garner, of Texas,
and James, of Kentucky, denied that
there was any material oppositiou to
Mr. Clark on the minority side. Other
prominent members of the minority
joined iu the protest. Mr. Garner de
clared that at least i?0 per cent, of the
democrats were for Mr. Clark for
speaker.
Saloonkeeper in Trouble.
Singac, X. J., Juuo (?.?James Purely,
a saloonkeeper, is in a cell hero
muttering dire things ahout "a woman
scorned." Mrs. Arthur Yates went to
Purdy :i few days ago and begged him
not to sell any more drinks to her hus
band.
"If your husband has money, you
can bet I'll sell him drinks. If you
were a man I'd throw you out," shout*
cd l'urdy to the wife.
Mrs. Yates reported the matter to
the police. An investigation was made
and l'urdy was hauled into eourt and
lined $(500 for back license and selling
without a license.
"And keep him in a cell till he
pays," dryly remarked the judge.
Dispatches received from New Or
leans Saturday from Manague, Xigara
gua, stated that Col. Win. Pitman, of
Boston, who holds a eommission under
Estrada and who laid the mines at
Minefields, has been captured by the
Madriz forces. Pitman was seized
while laying new mines near the cus
toms house.
Delegates to Conference
New York, June 6.?High church
dignitaries oeeupicd all of the first and
second cabin accommodations of the an
chor Line steamer Caledonia.when she
left Saturday fur Glasgow. They were
delegates to the world's missionary con
fcw^^B^^Mjneets in Edinburg, Scot
to the conference
ried by tbe "iCr^iS^d, the epecially
chartered steamer,,that sailed last Tues
day. The delegation was in cluigc
<?f l>r. Henry K. Carroll, 'of Plainfield
| X. .1.. former secretary of the Metlio
jdist board of foreign missions; Rev.
! Dr. Arthur Brown and wife, the former
| chairman of the American committee
j of the conference, and William Henry
? Grant, secretary of'the foreign boards
j of the United States and Canada. -
j A majority of the delegates on board
ihe Caledonia came from the states
west of the Mississippi river.
MJKGLAK CAPTURED.
Miss Freda Dolinsky, the 20-year
old daughter of Herman Dolinsky, a
silk manufacture of New York, was
awakened yesterday morning by a
nudge from her younger sister, Au
gusta, with whom she was sleeping.
Augusta whispered that she had heard
somebody in a rear room.
The two girls lay shivering ami lis
tening for a while, and tlieu Freda
struck a match and went into I lie
room where her sister had heard the
noise. She lighted the gas and saw a
young man crouched under a table,
pointing a revolver at her.
"If you holler or move I'll shoot,"
he said.
There was a seltzer bottle on the
table. Freda .snatched it and squirted
the seltzer in the man's face. Ho
fired, but the seltzer spoiled his aim,
and the bullet hit the ceiling. Then
Freda threw the bottle in his face,
dazing him. She followed it up with
other dishes that were handy, cutting
him badly about the face. When her
father and brother entered the room
the burglar was 011 the floor and Freda
was silting on his chest a finger in each
corner of his mouth, stretching it
nearly back to his ears.
When the police arrived the whole |
family was on top of the intruded.
The prisoner was Max Levine, 24
vears old. Ilis face is in the rogues'
gallery. Magistrate Cornell held him
in $2,500 bail for the grand jury.
Two American missionaries, Miss \V.
Williams and Howard Bishop, were
Irowncd Saturday in the Gulf of Cam
bay, India, according to dispatch from;
Bombay received in London today.
ftrecce Watching Turkey.
Athens. June ?'?.?For fear that Tur-?
key is contemplating an aggressive;
movement in either Crete or Thessaly,
I he government today called out 10,000
reserves to reinforce the army. The gov
ernment makes no ofllcial explanation '
>f its action, but it is known that it is
preparing for an overt act by Turkey.
.MUKDHK A(ii:X('V.
The mysterious death of a young and
wealthy army ollicer, Count Routurlin, i
in St. Petersburg, lias let! to the dis-:
covery of an extensive murder agency, i
Bouturlill's brother-in-law, Count De i
lassy. and his physician. I)r.Patchenko, i
who attended I>onttirlln at Jielassv's ;
suggestion, are hoth under arrest.
J)r. Patchenko has confessed to the :
police that he inoculated Routurlin;
with cholera haeilli. Ho further ad-'
niitted that he poisoned other wealthy !
persons in a similar manner during,
the recent cholera epidemic under pre
tense oT inoculating them against the
disease. For this work he was paid i
huge sums l>v heirs of the men he
killed.
By.a strange coincidence the mur
der of a wealthy Polish land owner
named Krjanowsky at Warsaw has led .
to the arrest of his hrother-in-law,
Count Roniker, who, it turns out. is j
connected with Delassy.
Steamer Ashore.
Christiansand, Xorwav, June 0.?:
Tho .Scandinavian-American Liner1
United States, hound for Xew Vork;
with more than 1,000 pafsengers, went'
ashore near here Saturday, The vessel |
was not hadly damaged, but she will
he delayed for several days. Her pas
sengers were taken off and will he sent
forward on another boat.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold
on a guarantee that if you are not sat"
isfied after using two thirds of a bottle
according to directions, your money i
will be refunded. It is up to you to i
try. Sold by W. F. Creighton and J
Richard Gibson.
DRUGS
I S. LEADBEATER & SONS
(?l.AKKNCK C. 1.KA1H1KATKK, President.
KIIWAIUI S. I.K AIMSKATKIt. VifO President.
johx i.KAHitKATKK, See. and Treasurer.
ESTABLISHED 1792.
(iXfOltrOKATKD)
Manufacturing Pharmacists ami Deal
ers in Paints. Oils. Window Class. Dye
stufTs. Spices, Druggists* Fancy Coods,
and Specialties. Importers of Tooth !
Brushes. Ilair Brushes, Perfumery.!
Olive Oil. Ac.
Agents for John Luces A Co.'s Tinted |
(Jloss Paints. Masurv's Liquid Colors
and Devoe's Lead andZinc Paints.
(ioods shipped the tlav order is receiv- ;
ed. Quotations furnished by return mail, i
Correspondence solicited.
ltttt n i nmmn mnun
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PROTECT
YOUR
BOOKS
I Call and let us show t
? ^
? you the advantage of *
; the Gunn Sectional j;
I Book Cases.
; AlsoTypewriter and j
H other Desks.
H k
!? W
m
? M. Ruben & Sons.
J 601 KING STREET.
"yttttttti *1*11111 II,iiilljj
of Alexandria, Virginia
CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000
Officers
Edward L. Daingcrfield. President Carroll Pierec. Vice President
Richard M. Green, Cashier
J. C. Smoot
Worth Hulfish
M. A. Ahern
Directors
Edward L. Daint'crficld
Jas W. Roberts
Carroll Pierce
Urban S. Lambert
JlftiniriK'tiS.
LOUUS *> I
L". S. I Solids to si'imri*
circulation lOtMKM.OJ
ISoinis lo seciirc l". S.
Deposit 1.0iKK(Mi
Other HoimIs ami
Stocks .V>.171.Oil
Banking Iloiisi' and
Heal Kstatc .VJ,o;.ri7
Cash -Is.:uk.Vi
Duo from
Hauksand Re
serve Agents. l:!l
isi.'>7.:?i
II. Js
ii
MACIMTflvS.
('npital
Surplus
I'mlivided I'rofils
< 'irculaliou
I ??'posit
I *. S. I >t-posii
SUVUKRIK)
JU5l.lkM.ik)
JJ.7.M.I!)
!h:.:;o;?.u:i
l.OOO.UO
si.ixn.i i i.p
CLOTHING
The kind that's right,
you always find here for
father, son or brother.
We also make to or
der, you know the
MANHATTAN
?? "OT"0 ^ C<
We received another
Kaiifmarm
402-405 King Street.
shipment. They areele
gfant. ?
Bros
- READ THIS
If you want an ideal home
This is one of our new houses at
ROSEMONT
FIRST FLOOR.
Large Living Room?with den and winding
stair opening off in separate alcoves, large
open fire place, hardwood finishing. Beau
tiful Dining Room?triple casement win
dow, beautiful outlook, separate butler's
and cold storage pantry. Large kitchen,
every convenience, back porch, wide front
porch, red concrete fioor.
SECOND FLOOR.
Three large bed rooms, tiled bath room,
large closets, inclosed porch.
THIRD FLOOR.
Two good bed rooms, trunk room.
HOT WATER HEAT,CONCRETE CELLAR
F.L.SLAYMAKER
313 KING STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1870
THE RAMMEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
BOTH PHONES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies
all the Summer.
FOR RENT
32S S.Washington. 8 rooms anil j 527 X. Alfred. <"> rooms ?10.50
bath . $30.00 | 211'Wolfe. <> rooms 10.50
1113 Prince, 7 rooms and bath-.. 20.001 327 S. Patrick. 0 rooms 0.00
316 S. Patrick,S rooms am! bath 15.00 ! 2i!4 X. Pitt. 4 rooms 8.50
511 Wolfe. 6 rooms 13.00 I 328 Commerce, 5 rooms 0.50
220 X. Pitt, 4 rooms 11.001
HARRIE WHITE
REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING.
NOW OPEN
New Rides
New Shows
Come Out and Dance
Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces
Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics
jt*i jiu
li. S. WHITING. M.\XAC:i:i{
You Wili Enjoy
yourselCall through lilt* if you u?u? cau
tion. <?ive au attentive .-ir. and
LISTEN TO US ABOUT
CIGARS.
After listening act on our advice by
buying your .suppHas of us.
It's a Luxury Smoking
Cigars
.From our stock.
322 KING STREET.
F. S. 1 larper i> sole a^eni for our Plantation Cigar.
^*Vithin one mile of the limits of Alexandria city, five
and one-half acres of ground, improved by three
dwellings well rented, and in fine condition, located
in Alexandria county, and convcnienee to electric
and steam railroads, on the main avenues leading to
Alexandria and "Washington. Excellent location for
a subdivision. Let us show you this property.
i For prices and terms and detail information on the
above properties, call on or address
1 07 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
VA
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The June Bride
The happiest creature in all the
world. You can add tii her pleas
ure by selecting :i present for her
from our large and varied stock.
For example?an lHkt Tiffany
Ring'. $5.00 to 58.00.
Handsome Neck Chain and
Locket from 55.00 to >25.
A dainty little Brooch, 52.00 to
520. or a pretty piece of cut
glass at almost any price.
H, W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET:
S31
BELL PHONE 34:
Some of the Handsomest Homes in
the City of Alexandria
I am authorized to offer for sale the beautiful three-story brick dwelling No
415 Prince street (Marbury House) containing 15 rooms and every modern con
venience. This property has a frontage on Prince street of 75 feet and
depth of 157 feet and is located in one of the be?it residential scccions of the city
Fine three-story brick dwelling on south Washington street, containing ten
j rooms and every modern convenience. In first-class condition.
I Splendid three-story frame dwelling on south St. Asaph street, near Duke
, street, containing 10 rooms and hath. Always rented.
Well built three-story brick dwelling on fnorth side of King street, between
Fayette and Payne streets, containing 10 rooms and bath.
Inspection of These Houses by Permit Only
Further particulars at my office.
JOHN D. NORMOYLE,
KING AND ROYAL STREETS
There has never been a time in the history or our business when \\ ? felt lluit
we wen- able l<< give better values in Anthracite Coal Hum we rail this season. n>
we have completed <>iir arrangement* to secure our entire supply from two or
three of the verv best collieries in the Autr.icite region, and will liaveacocil which
is uniform in quality, well prepared, and coal that will gire far belter results than
the average. , . . . , , ,
It is our desire to gire our trad.) the best values that <-an be had. and we earn
estly solicit the orders of our friends and customers.
W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC.
BELL TELPJION'E ID and I
HOME TELEPHONE 132 and 37. /
ORDER OFFICE. So. :>*) KING STREET.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
J. & H. Aitcheson
! MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Supplies.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves, ??c.
Blacksmithing ?? Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
! Manufacturers of Powerful Turbine
Pumps: will lift water 28 feet.
Agents for International Coal Oil En
i gines. a safe and reliable power.
We solicit your orders on all kinds of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE:
314 Evans Building. Phone Main 7.
FERTILIZERS
John I'. Kojsinson, (tKo. S. French.
PivsWIi'ut. Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company.
MANl.'l'ACTl'ltKOSS OK
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
Sulphuric Acid.
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria
Fertilizer :im 1 Chfinical Co.'s 1'rodiict.s.
Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum.
I'rincess Street and Potomac Kiver
Wiiail'. Alexandria. Virginia.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
I ori'ii i: ami vioiti:*: II.VI1T n. royai.st.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul
tural Implements. Vehicles.Harness.
Field and Garden Seeds.
\v.\i:i:iiorsi:s. sorm i.'nion sthkkt, on*
mvi: or soi TinatN haii.way.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kinds of Mill Feed
I Will always keep in stock the highest
I grade of these articles.
Do not require the use of
matches: do not vitiate the
atmosphere: do not smoke up
the wall paper and other dec
orations.
Let us prove to you that elec
tricity is the safest, most con
venient and most economical
means of illumination.
Alexandria Elsctric Co.
525 King St.
W. H. PECK
Payne and Queen Streets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
Provisions
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY 192.
PIANOS
- SOLD ON -
Easy Payments.
W. I. Whitson
611-613 King Street.
j.-J I III
STEAMER CHARLES MAGALESTER
On and after JUNK 1. 1910, will
laud at the Potomac Navigation Com
pany's Wharf.
(Hi-id's old wharf)
Foot of Iving Street.
Steamer will always stop on signal.
Frederick Mertens,
Pit MX II) EXT
NOTICE NOTICE
Barge Patapsco j'ust arrived with 700
tons best
W. A. Stove Coal
at lowest
SUMMER PRICES.
Now is the time to place your ordei
De W. Aitcheson
107 S. Royal Street.
Phone 95-J. my24j

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