aTeXAXIHHA. VA.. MONM.W EVENING, JUNE 6. 1910.
1MNCK 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXI.~XO. 188
SPECIAL SALE OF
Burt Shoes Below Cost.
ii..,.,,.. i.urvl ast< dai a great aaerifieea
ujic louithis hlgb-gn. -?""? ' r?l
L. Rosenblot. 923 King St.
also 50 pails
G. W. RAMSAY.
Vctcran Dust Extermina
ting Sw*5B5ping Compound.
Draws Dust Like
Antiseptic and Disinfeetant
Does thcWork and
For Sale in Any Quantity
G. W. RAMSAY.
LET US SHOW YOU
Oar nnc t'ra,-ics ?i" paper anLl
aavclopcfl in hoxcs and by the
pound. You will he dclightc-J
both in ita quality and price.
Book Sellers fc? Stationers,
508 King Street.
?-i. (irci nhoiuc* 8. Patrick Bt
D. R. Grillbortzer
Bedding Plants and Gera
niums, $1.00 per dozen.
t'uncr.tl work pnuuptly nttended to De
. ,1 t..;ill pnrtH ofthe .it.v.
H \ nsF \< riON <?( \r> \n n.r.iv
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
Grcateat kaown Water for Dy.pep
?ia. lndijicstion. Kidney and Liver
I . iding Pbysiciana cadorac it and te?-i
11f> t i its ^'rcat mcrit
\\ KKK KXP I 1< Kll's.
: ii. keja \\ aahiagton to
? 1 Intcrntcdiatc Rtniiona mna
on Natiirdavsand Sundaya. valld Por re?
turn on Mouday at very 1,m fcira. will
l?. i,i i.\ Southern Railwav
:u \\ ashlngton.IV ( .. beginning SATI K
DAY. Mi> 28th. and eoniiaulng until
Octobcr 2. "incluslve.
i. -> BROWN,OeaeraiAgeat
i>tiii.tsiii:i. i.xii.v AM>ri:i-\vt:i;Ki.y at
(. \/.KTTK BUILDINO, 31? and 812
[Entered atthe PoatoHVee of llexanaria,
Virginia. as seeond-dasn matter.]
Tajun: Daily i jraar, KkOOj B months,
; months, $l.i"?: 1 iiionth,4:t cents:
1 w.-ek. to oenta.
Tri-weekly ?1 year, 15.00:6 months.
|1.60: :i months. 76 cents: I month, i?
Contract advertiaera wlU aot be allowed
to exceed tbelrapaoeunleaa theexceaa
is paid f.-r attraaalent ratea, aad under
no cir.-umstan.>ea will they be allowad
to advertlae otber than their legitt
matebualneaa la tbeepaee eoattaeted
for. , .. ,
l:. soiutions in memoriaai, <>! tnauks
trii.iitesof reapect, reaolutlona adopted
by aoeletlea or peraona,unleaBOf public
ooneern, will lie printed In the papew
aa adrertlaementa, _
\ doI m.r. ui'E.
Tbe st..ry ofadouWe life was revealed
in General Beaaiona on Friday, when
BelimGhatal, a prominanl Byrian, ol
Brooklyn, and at one time an agenl ol
the United Btatea Treaaury Department,
pleaded guilty to forgery, and waa aan
tenced to atate prison for not leaa than
three and not more than ah yeara,
Judge Crain, who Impoeed aentence,
was Rooded with lettera from ajoyern
meni omciala and prominanl buaineaa
in. ii. According to the aaeietanl dia*
trict attorney. Qhaxal, while poaing'aa
a reputable buainaaa man. takinj an
active part in tha BOfJal affairs of bia
countrymen and maintaining hia bun
ilv oomfortably, h.-li.is been obtaining
luoHt of hia income from forgeriea and
traudulenl aohemea of which Byrian
aud fJrcek merchanta were the rictimH.
When confronted with the wraiplainta
aml toi.l thal the old indtctmenl of
1908 mighl !.'? revived, Ghaial broke
down aud pleaded guilty to forgery in
the aerond degree.
ii,a\i;s IIAIK (IX ROOV.
Prancta Cteary. "r N"- ,r'1 ,:l"' 110tl1
atreet, New York, who iaeighl years..1,1
and a babitual truant, haal.n attend
ing the Induatrial Bchool in I03d street,
near Second avanue, when he pleaaed
Friday morning, inatead "f going to
sehool aslns mothcr auppoaed, he wenl
up ..ii the roof ..f the building at Ko.
171 eaal 103d atreet and went lo aleep.
Iu the afternoon aeveral peraona Uving
on the amith nide of the atreel reported
? . p trolman Frazak, of tl.aal 104th
stie.i Ktation, lhat they eotild aee a
boy'a legs aaring in llie air .>n the roof
of No. 171. Praxak wenl t<> Ihe roof
and diaeovered Francia lying on his
bank, hia head aecurely atruek in aome
t.ir tb.it bad been s..fteiie<! I>y the son,
trying to free himaelf. Dr. Fulton, of
tlark-m Hoaiatal, who aoon arrived,
sent f.,r ? barber, and Francia went.
home latet leaviug a loi of hia hair be
liin.l him on the roof.
t..... o'N,-iii Browne, democratic
leader of the General Aaaembly, In
dictexl for bribery in the Lorimer elee
i!.,n icanda] was aurrendered by his
bondaman Alderman J.>lm Pbwara in
ChicagO, Otl Saturday.
Following tha reporta aentout from
Waahington aome daya ago that there
aoukl bedemocratic oppoaition to tbe
election of Repreaentative Champ
Clark, of Miaaouri, as apaakar iu caae
thal party was lucceaaful in electing
the nexl House, prominenl democratic
membera of the House bave giveu
out itatementa denying auch oppoai?
tion. RepreBtantativeaGarner, ofTezaa,
and Jamea. of Kentucky, denied thal
there was any material oppoeitioa t<>
Mr. Clark on the minority side. Other
prominenl membera of the minority
joined in the protest. Mr. Garner de
claretl thal al leaal 90 per cant, >>t the
democrata were for Mr. Clark for
Bateeakeeeer iu Troubie.
Bingac, N. J., June ?'>.?Jamea Purdy,
a aaloonkeeper, i~ iu a cell here
muttering dire tliings aboul "a woman
acorned." Mra. Arthur Yateewentto
Purdy a few days ago and begged him
not tu sell any more drinks to her hus
"If your busband baa raoney, you
can bei I'll sell bim drinka. If you
W< re a man I'd tlimw you OUt," ahout"
>il Purdy tothe wife.
Mrs, Yatea reported tho matter to
the poliee An inveetigation was made
and Purdy was liauled into court and
fined *'W for back licenae and selling
withoul a licenae.
"And keep him In a cell till he
pays," ilryly remarked tbe judge.
Diapatchea received from New Or
leans Seturday from Manague, Nigara
eua, sl.ited that ('ol. Wm. Fitman. ofj
Bonton, who holda a commiasion under
Estrada and who laid tbe minea al
Blucfields, has been captured l>y the
Madrii forcee. PHnaaa was aeixed
while laying new minea near tho cue
on \li?. Oatedon1
ricd liv the Ko
Dclcjratcs to Conference.
New York, June ('?.?High church
dignitariea occupiad all ?>f the tirst and
aecond cabin accommodationaof tho an
chor Line Bteamer CaJedonia.when she
left Saturday for Glaagow. They were
delegatea t.. the world'a miaaionary ooo
in Edinburg, Bcoi
ie month, There
ta> the ponference
an' were car
tl, the epecially
ehirteieil steamer.,tmlt sailctl l.'lst Tiles
day. The delegation was in chage
of Dr. Henry K. Carroll. 'of riainficlil
N. .1 . lormer aacretary ol the Metho*
disl board ,.f foreign missions; Rev.
' Dr. Arthur Brown aml wife. the foratet
chairman of the American coiamittee
of the.conferenee, and William Henry
Grant, aacretary ofthe foreign boarda
of the United Stat,- and Cana.ia.
A majority of the delegatea on board
the Caledonia came from the -
weat of the Miasiaaippi river.
HMM.I.AK < APTIHKI).
Miaa Frod.i Dolinsky, the liO-yoai
old daughter of Heratia Dolinsky, a
ailk manufacture of HtJW York, was
awakened yeaterday morning i>y
tuidge from her yoiuiger Bsater, Au
gusta, with whom slio was afeeptng
Auguata whttpered thal abe had heard
aomebody in ? rear room.
The two girls lay shivering and lis
toning for a while, and then Freda
atruck a match and went into the
room where her si.-ter had heard the
noise. She lighted the gaa and saw a
young man croucbed under a tahle.
pointing a rerohrer at her.
"If you hollor or movo I'll ihoot,"
There was u aettaeT bottle on the
talile. Freda snatched it and Bquirted
the aeftSSf in the maii's face. He
tired, Imt the selt/er Bpolled his ailii.
and ihe bulletbit tlm eeiling. Then
Freda threw the bottle in his face.
da/.ing him. Sht: followed it ii|/ with
other diahea thal were haady, eutting
him badly aboul the face. Wheu her
father and brother entered tbe room
the burglar was on tbe floor aud Freda
?raa shtingou his cbeat ? ftnger in each
corner of his mouth, atretching it
nearly back IO his ear-.
When the polioe enivedtbe whole
family was on top of the intruded.
Tlu- priaoner was Mai Lerine, SsV
vearsuld. Hifl face. is in tho roguea'
gallery. Magistrate CorneD beW him
in $2,500 bail for tbe grand jury.
Two American miaaionariea, Miss \V.
Wiliiam- and lloward Biahop, Brere
drowned Baturday in the <iolf of Cam
liay, India, according to di-patch from
Bombay reeeired in I.lon today.
Greeec tVeteblag Tarkey.
Athena, June 0.?For fear thal Tur
koy is eontemplatiiiL' an aggrewdvfl
movemenl in either Crete or Tliessaly,
Ihe gorernmenl today called oul Ih.ikmi
reservesto reinforre thearmy. ThegOT
eriiment makes no olllcial exphtliatiotl
of il- actioii. hni il i- known that it is
preparing for an overl act by Turkey.
mi iidi.k agbncy.
The mysterioiis death ofayoung and
wealthy army offlcer, Counl Bouturlin,
in St. Peteraburg, haa led lo the dhv
ciiverv of an exti-nsive ninrdei agelicy.
Bouturlin'a brother-in-law, Oounl De
laasy, and liwphysician.Dr.Patchenko,
who attended Bouturlin al Bebvey's
suggestion, are liotli under arrost.
Dr. Patchenko has contased lo tlu
poliee that he inoculated Bouturlin
with cholera baeilli. He further ml
mitted thal he poisonad other wealthy
persons in a aimilar manner during
the recenl cholera epidemic undor pre
tonse of inoculating them against the
diseiwe. For this work be was paid
huge Hums i?v beirs of the men hr
My a Btrange roincklence tbe mur
dcr nf a wealthy l'olish land nwner
named Krjanowsky al Waraaw has lod .
to ihe arresl of his brother-in-law,
Counl Roniker, who, it turna out, is
connected with Delasay.
Chriatianaand, Norway, June f>.?
Tho Scandinavian-American Liner
United States, bound for Now York
with more than 1,000 pafaengers, arenl
ashorenear here Baturday, The reaael
was not badly damaged, but ahe will
).e dclayed for several days. Her pas
aengen were taken off and will be aent
forward on another boat.
Chamberlain'sCough Remedy is sold
on a "uarantee that if you are not Bat"
isfted after ueing two thirds ol a bottle
according tO direotions, your money
will be refunded. It is up to you lo
try. Sold l>y W. F. Cretghton and
[. S. LEADBEATER 8
ci.AltlM i: i . UtAOBKATKB, l'residelit.
BDWABOa LRAI1BKATBB, VTc* President.
.loltN LBAOBKATKB, 8oc. and Treasurer.
Mamufacturing Pharmaoiata autd Deavl
eraln Painta, Olla. Wladow niaaa, Pye
BturTa, Hplces, Druggiata' FVincy Oooda,
.in.l SpccbdtlCB. Inipiwter-. of Tooth :
Bruahea, ibiir Bruahea, Perfumery,
Olive Oil, Ae.
AgentaforJohn LucvatA Co,'a Tlnted
CIIom Painta. atawury'a Liquid Colora
and Devoe'a Leadand Klne Painta.
(looda ahipped the daj order la raeelT
e.l. Quotatlon* I'lirnisbed by returti mail.
innnni h 1111 mmma
Call and let us show
you the advantage of
the Gunn Seetional
601 KING STREET.
TTTTTTTTltl ? I I I 1 lllWuLIgllglll^
of Alexandria, Virginia
CAPITAL. $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000
Edward L. Daintferfield. Preaident Carroll Pierce. Vice Preaident |
Richard M. Grccn. Caahicr
Edward L. Dainfcrficld
J. C. Smoot
M. A. Ahern
Jas W. Roberts
I. s. Bonda u> aeeurc
Itolids tO -e.-lire l . S.
other liuiiil- aad
Sto.-ks. 65.171 Ofl
Banking Houae and
Real Katate. K/kVUff
I n.li\ i.l.-.I l'r..lil-.
i - Depoait.
The kind that's right, $
you always find here f
father, son or brother
We also make t
dcr, you know the
you always find here for M
We also make lo or- M
We received another ig
sliipmamt. Theyareele- m
gant. - g
402-405 King Street. $
If you want an ideal home
This is one of our new houses at
Large Living Room?-with den and winding
stair opening off in separate alcoves, large
open fire place, hardwoodfinishing. 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 floor.
Three large bed rooms, tiled bath room,
large closets, inelosed porch.
Two good bed rooms, trunk room.
HOT WATER HE AT.CONCRETE CELLAR
313 KING STREET.
THE RAMMEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies
all the Summer.
- Waahiiigtoa, 9 rootna aad S. Alfred, 6 room.81<>.">o
bath..180.00 -T.' \V..ife. 6 rooma. I".-1"
? 111J Prinoa, 7 rooma and bath... 20.00 827 8 Patrirk, 6 rooma., 9.00
816 S. Patrick,8 rooma and bath 18.00 224 5. Pitt, I rooma. 8.60
511 Wolfe, 6 rooma. 13.00 826 Oeuimerce, l .? 6.60
220 N. Pitt, 4 rooma. ll.00|
REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING.
New Shows N<
Come Out and Dance
Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces
Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics
I'.. f*. \\IIITI\<.. M IWAGEH
You Will Enjoy
\ our- rfltfull tlir.ui'^h lil'e if y.iit us.- eut
iion. Ulvoan attootlro .-ir. and
LTSTEN TO VS ABOUT
After Ibrtening aet ou our adviee by
huylng your aupplies of us.
It's a Luxury Smoking
From our stock.
HAMILTON & CO.
322 KING STREET.
F. H. I larper i^ Hoiu agent for our I'laniation Cigar.
Within one mile of the limits of Alexandria city, five
and one-half acres of ground, improved by three
dwellings weii rented, and in fine condition, located
in Alexandria county, and convenienee to electric
and steam railroads, on the main avenues leading to
Alexandria and Washington. E^cellent location for
a subdivision. Let us show you this property.
For prices and terms and detail information on the
above properties, call on or address
THOMPSON & APPICH
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
The June Bride
The happiest ereature in all the
world. You oan add to her pleas
ure hy selecting a present for her
from our large anJ varied stock.
For example--an 18kt Tiffany
Ring. $5.00 to ?8.00.
Handsome Neck Chain and
Locket from $5.00 to $.25.
A dainty little Brooeh, *2.00 to
$20. or a pretty picce ol cut
glass at almost any price.
W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34:
Some of the Handsomest Homes in
the City of Alexandria
I irn authorized to offer for sale the heautiful three-story brick dwelling No
415 Prince street (Marbury House) containing 15 rooms anJ every modern con?
venienee. This property has a frontage on Prince street of 75 feet and
depth of 157 feet anJ is located in one of the best residential scctions of the city
Fine three-story brick dwelling on south Washington street. containing ten
rooms and every modern convenienee. In first-class condition.
Splcndid three-story frame dwelling on south St. Asaph street. near Duke
street. containing 10 rooms and hath. Always rented.
Well huilt three-story brick dwelling on Inorth 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
Our W??umtner pricea on AnthaaeJte Coal beearae efleetree Moaadajr, Maa -.
There haa never been a time ia the hhrtory ofour buauaesu when are felt that
ue were al.le tu give l-elter values in Anthraeite Coal than Wm r_0 tblfl aeaaoU, M
Jrehave eotnpleted our arrangementa to neeure our entire nupply from two ot
three ofthe verv bert colllerles in the Autraeito region, and wll rtareacoel whioh
| \n uniforni in quality. well prepared, and eeal tbat arill gtea _r bettet resutti than
;l'"' uTr/ouT'deaira to g|?e our trade the beat raluea thal eaa i><> bad, an.l are een>
r-!l\ Bolicit the ordera ofour friendfl aad euatomera.
W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC.
I!l l.l. TELPHONE Iftand 57.
llnMK TELEPHOXE IM and 57.
OKDEK OFFICE, No. 329 Ki.Mi STREET.
FOUNDEIiS AM< MAI HLNI8TO
J. & H. Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machiniata' Supplies.
Pipe. Ptpe Fittings. Valvca. 8fc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY, MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
Manufacturers of Powerful Turbine
Pumps: will lift water 28 feet.
Agents for International Coal Oil En
gincs. a safe and reliable power.
We solicit your ordera on all kinds ot
Bell Phone 53.
514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7.
John i'. Robixsow, Gao. 8. Farnrua,
Alexandria Fertilizer aod
MAM'I'.M I I'llKKN
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
A-k \our dealer for tbe Alezaadria
leilili/er ;ind Cliemieiil Co.'s 1 roilnets.
Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum.
PrineeHM Btreet aad Poloanae River
Wharf._Alexandria. \ iru'ini.i.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
..i ii. i \m> sn.iiis: II ,117 v u..\ vi.si.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul
Field and Garden Seeds.
W'AKKHOl'NtH, soi iu L'VIOM ei'BMI, OU
i.im: oi soi i ni.iiN iiaii.w a Y.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kindsof Mill Feed
Will alwaya keep in sto.-k tbe blfheat
gradc of these :iri ?
Do not require the uae of
matches: do not vitiate the
atmospherc: do not umoke up
the wall paper and other dec
Let ua prove to you that elec
tricity is the safest, mostcon
venient and moat economical
means of illumination.
Alexandria Electric Co.
525 King St._
W. H. PECK
Payne and Queen Streets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY 192.
- SOLD ON -
W. I. Whitson
611-613 King Street.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
On and after .H'NK 1. r.?l(>. will
land at the Potomac Ifarlgatioo Otaau
!?'....! oi King .Street.
Steamer will tlWaUTB sto|. oir si^liill.
Barge Patapsco juat arrived with 700
W. A. Stove Coal
Now is the t'me to place your or<i
De W. Aitcheson
107 S. Royal Street
Phone 95-J. my24j
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