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ALEXANDRIA, VA., MONDAY ETEKING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXI.--NO. 228
Ely*s Cream Balm I ^ajfiu8|
is quickI, abtorbed. m--&fj&0,f??VJ? 1
Gi?e? Relief at Once. ?_ ^ 'V/a^MoJ
Itclcanses, sonthea, t??V?? >^B
heals aud prutocts ^m _?_!
tho diaeast-a ineiu- ^^^^X^V^JJi _H
briiDer-sultingfroia I JBT M
Caturrh and dritea | Rtftf _5_1
awuv a C<-la in the
ii-1 quiekiy. ^"Uav rr\/rR
atone tlie ?aaoae ol 1*9% a ? fcltn
Tuate and Smeii. FnllaLaeSO eta., atDrug
? r by mail. In liqnid form, 7'> 11 nta.
_ly Brotitera, 50 Warreu Street, New York.
St. Mary's Academy
im\i:i?ino \m> DAt s< uoui. roa 011:1/a
Rntlrely modern i" buildingand edp
ratlonal methods. Academtoand Muaic
denartmentf olVer exceptlonal advan
uriii^' a complete Kngllan
and Mii.ical edueation. Coiiiniercialdc*
ii-irlnieiil tO flt tor Offloe work a M'c
laHv Poaltion* aeeured arhcn puplia
?ireprcpared. Splelldid intelicetiial ad
vanUgefl joined to rclined Chrlatian
tmllling I'.ovs nnder Iwelve admitted
loday achool.CWl orwritelbrcatalogue
1 rsOFTHE BOI4YCBOS8
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
?jr, Kortr Waahlnfton street,
\sm;i \. V*.
Opeua September 22, lf>10. In addltloa
1-11.1i eoiimo of atudv a ctaaa ln
r.ipln .uiil typewrlting will be
LAlogUC* al I.eadiieater I and
Allen'* drug storea and after September
Miss A. M.< 1IANIH.I I
louv i- i: .e..\-<,N, Cro. S. Fi:im 11.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and
Ask voiir dealer for tlie Alexandria
Fertili/ r and Cbeniieal t'o.'s Products.
Capacity: 50,000 tons per annum.
I'riiK ? Btreel and Potomae Rlver
Wharf. Alevindna. Virginia
Mutual lee Company
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in lee.
Carload Loti and Country Orders a
Exceptionally purc. deliciously palata
ble.|clear as crystal.
i uneroo and Unlon atreeta, Alexandria.
Bell Telephone No. 51.
John Ahern & Co.,
Corner Prince :md Coiiimerce Streets.
WHOLESALE fef RETAIL GROCERS
and dealera in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produeereeelred daily. Our
atoek of Plain and Fancy Orooerlea em
evervthing to l>e had in thia line.
\\ 0 hold largely in UnitedStateabond
ed irarehousc and earrj In atoek varioua
brandi ofthe lo-t
PURE RYE)AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have alao in itoreeuperlorgradea
of Forelgn rin?l Amerlean
WINES. ALES.DROWN STOUT. ffc
S:iti-f.ietion(iuai:intcedas to Price and
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N. 1:. t ornor?Sameron and Rojal Btreeta
General Commission Merchants
and dealera Ia
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Hare on hand Olbaon'a XX. XXX.
\ \ \ \ aud PiireOM Rye, Old Cabinet
and Monogram Whlaklea; also Baker'a
?old Thompaon'a Pure Rye Whlaklea, to
which they Invite the attention or tlie
trade. _ _
Order- from tlie country for merclian
div,- Rhall receive prompt attention.
Onaignracnta or Flour, Orain and
Countrj Produee aollelted, for which
they t ii irantce tlie highetl market priees
and prompt retu :
Wm. H. Peck
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
QROCERIKS, PUOVISIONS, WO0D,
1 0 \1.. LIME. CEMENT, TERRA
fjOTTA BEWEH PIPE, N A I LS,
,, 1. \ vs. l'AIN fS AND OIL.
Ivory Wall Plaster
laulitx Ol new and secol
rand Becoad-hand l>riek 1
WM. H. PECK.
\ lanecjuantitj 01 new and aeeond
?and lumber and second-hand brick for
Au mvi>:oraiiug sealp eleaiiser
and daildrnlY reillOVer.
Makos tue liair soft and pliaM.
616 King Street.
IIIBIBIBill II inT AM.TItl-WKKKI.Y AT
OAZETTE- BCILDINO, 810 and 812
U PRINCE STREET.
rEotered atthe l'ostoftlee or Alexandria,
Virginia. as seeond-elass matter.]
TaaaS; Dally-I year. 96.00; 8 months.
12.50; 3 months. fl.'Ai: 1 month,43 eent-s
1 week, 10 eents.
Tri-weeklv 1 year. 88100: 8 mojitbs
81.50: :: months, 75 eents; 1 month. -<
Cont'raet adverlisers will not be allowed
toexeeed thelrapaee anleaa tbeexceaa
paid for at traaaleat rates. and under
noeircunislali.es will Ihey be alJow.?.l
to advertisc other than their IcgiU
maiel.usincss in the spaee contracte.l
Ue-.lutions in niemoiiam. of thaiik
tril.utesof respect. resolutioiis adopted
by soeieties or persons.unless of publie
eoaeero, ?iii be prlated la the paper
UORUI IS (iUIM. MAI).
Tbe world _ going mad. Dr. Fi.rl.e~
Winslow, the famous London expert
in criminal lunacy, propounds tliis
startling tbeory in bis voliime of remi
liiscciiccs. just publisbed last Saturday
by John Ouselcy. Limited, eiititled
"Recolleetions of Forty Vears."
"By B simple aritbnietical caleula
tion,;' he writes, "it can be shown
tbe exact year when- there will be
more inaane persons in the world tlian
"We are gradually approacbing,
with tbe decadence ol youtb, s near
proximity to a oation of madmen.
mparing the lunacy statistha
of 1869 with those of 1909?four deoades
bave intcrveiied-tlie statistics being
BO taken. my reflectiOBS are sad. in
deed. A terribk bul real curae ia in
store, and an inaane world is looked
lorward to by me with a eertainty in
tlie not far distant future.
"In 1869, out <.r a popnlation of 22,
223,299, there were ."..".,177 regiatered
lunatics in England and Wales, there
being one lunatic in every 418 of the
total popnlation; whereasin 1909 OUtof
35,756,615, the number ol regiatered
lunatics was 128,787, making 00 an
average one lunatic in every 278 of
the popnlation, so thal in 40 years
in onormous increase In lunacy h
"Burely a dreadful future tor nations
atill nnhorn tobave tocope with. Tbese
are facts, and sad to rcflect upon. They
must be accepted. They cannot in anj
way be rhaltonged."
Dr. Winslow saya ho hai "breathed
tbe atmoaphere of lunacy for a period
extendtng over 60 yeara." and the pon
cluaiona be arri?ea at are peaaimiatic in
He bas no besitation in ilclariiig
that tbe human race bas degenerated,
an.l is still progreestag in a downward
"Tbe youths of the present ageare
much more insipid than formerly. less
manly and Insuffkiently devetoped.
"Wbere are tbe manly. bmad
sliouldered youtb- wbo could be s.-cii
ln vears ago.' Th.-y aie few and far
between. They bave been displaced
by a narrow, limp, badly formed
weak young man. slouching along tbe
I.adies, you will always wear a sniile
if you wear tbe Red Oross Sboe. For
aale ohly bj J. A. Marshall A Bro.,
4'2- King street.
SKPARATI'.I) IH YKARS.
There was a dramatic meeting oi a
huaband and wife after a leparation of
}s years at tlic.MacclcstieUl Kevision
Court, l.ondon on Fridav.
MIf. Sarab Ann Goodwin claitneil
a vote, but the liberals objected on tbe
ground that she was a married woman
and ber lmsband, Edwin Goodwiu, was
living in tbe town.
The woman told the revuang bnr
rister that ber lmsband emigrated lo
America 1* years ago, and she bad
never aeen him or beard anything about
him since tbat time.
Tbe barristcr iaaued B suhpoctia for
the man'a attendance, but he ignored
i?, and bad lo be taken to tlie court iu
custody. He admitted that he was
the woman'a huaband, and stated tbat
be returned from America 20 years
Conaiderable difficulty was es>
perienosd in persuading Ihe momaa to
loofe al her lmsband, but eventually she
did so. and rapaated that ahe bad not
seen bim for -Is years.
Tbe revising barristcr severely repri
manded Goodwin for rafustng to at?
tend the court and ilisallowed tlie
M _1_ OPgli B8IBI i
Maric Meeserschmidt, tbe ourae
beld in San Franeisco with Dr. (iiaut
in contiection with tbe discovery of
tbe body of Eva Swan. B young school
teaeher, confessed yesterday that she
was present wben Dr. (Irant performed
an operation that resnlted in Ihe girlTs
As the rasuH ofthe eonfesaioo, Paul
P. l'arker, a former I.eland Stanford
athlete, wholtvedtn the house wbere
Miss Swan roomed, was taken into
The cnnlnanon states that'"Rolxrt
Tbompson, known as Dr. Jamea
Graat," packed the girl's body in a
trunk, following tbe operation result
ingin death, tirst cutting off Ihe lega
at the ankles; that Grant discussed
the buiial of tlie body with the nurse,
and spent two nights at the vacant
house wbere the body was found be
neath the cement llooriDg of the hase
Glftl ls~BORN' with a kixger
Within 8 few h.-urs after 19 years
old Dentrice Kaatant, shot twice by a
jealous suitor. had been taken to the
German Hospital in Williamsburg Sat?
urday. the doctore there performed a
laesarian operation upon her.
Tbat operation will go down in med
ical history assoniething wholly unpre
cedentcd. for wben a baby girl was
brougbt into tbe world it was found
that one of two hiillet.s bad shot off the
rigbt index ringer of tbe infant.
I'liy.sieians at tbe bospital reported
tbat mother and babe were getting
along fairly well.
Altliougiidetectives warned tbe young
wonian at tlie bospital tbat she niiglit
dil and urged ber to ieve.il tlie name
of her assailaut, all she would say wa- :
"No, I'U not tell bis name. If 1
get better I will bave my own revengc.
If I die it doesn't mattcr.''
CIIANLi:R MW/gM TO IMBT.
Tbat Mme. Cavalieri-Clianlcr will
basleii to tbe United States to combal
:be siiit entercd by Mrs. Julia Clianler,
asking tbat ibe preiiuptial coiitract, by
wbicb Roberl Wintluop Clianler gave
bis fortnne to her, beannulled, was tha
burdetl of a cable received iii New
York from Paris Saturday.
It was aaid tbat Mme. I.ina would
not only contest tbe suit hrought by
wife No. 1, but will array berself in
court againal ber buaband M a result
of bis action in abrogatitig tbe power
of attorney wbicb be gave ber to col
lect bis fortune.
In tbe circlea in wbicb tlie Astor
Cbaolera mov< Itwaaroportadyertewb*
tbat Mrs. Julia Clianler and her two
danghtera mifhl retarn lo tbis coun?
try tempoiarily. wbile tbe suit i- in
progrcss. If she doea, ibe preaont and
former wivcs will nieet face to face in
courl to cnte.-tforthc Clianler fortune.
Tbe aoekeye aalmon aeaaon bas
doaed in Britiah Columbia and a largc
failing Ofl is reported compared witb
former seasons. Consul (Inieral West
at Vancouver, in B report, declan ? tbat
tbe aeaaon'i pack in the province was
549,000 caaea, ai againal 840,441 in
\i tomohii.i: i'.\T.\inii:s.
Tlire, peraona were killed and two
Berioualy injured al Gloueeator, N. J.,
lasl nislit wben an electric train on tbe
West Jeraey Railroad Btruck an auto
mobilc. Tbe accident oicurred at Ea
iez atreet. There are noaafoty gatea
at tbe crossing and the buildings on
both sides of tbe Mrcct pivveiitcd the
occupanta ol tbe automobira froni aee>
in| tlie approaching electric train.
The train Btruck the autorn*oWle in
tlie eenter and buried it against a tel?
egraph pole nearly 00 feet distant.
Ilacking bis if.ttouiobile B_?B B
country road iu an aUempt to reach a
private driveway, Dr. Bforria P. Stepp.
aprominenl Ckverand aurgeon, drove
tbe rnachine direcUy before a apeeding
electric freight car late yesterday near
Cleveland, Ohio. Tbe machine waa
biiiled bigfa into tbe air, and Dr.
Stepp. Mrs. Stepp, and their two etnall
children were thrown out Death came
in a few moineiits to tbe wonian and
tlie little oiies. Dr. Stepp was re
mOTed to a boapital, where it was
found tbat he bad received three frac
turcd ril?s and intcriiai injuries.
Roberl Reilly, a New York ebauf
feur. took three friends out for a ride
iu bis employer'fl car early yesterday.
Death overtook the party at Hastings
oii-lludson, wben the niacbine rolled
down an eiiibanknicnt. crushing out
Marion Morgan's life. Tbe others
Reilly, I girl. and a man- eacaped s.ri
HBBTB BWIFT KKTItlHI TH>\.
Swift and iinusual retributioii over
took Williain Boatonyeaterday after be
had shot and probably fatally wounded
Mi.vs Sus.-iii Loeaon, 29 years ,,id, at
Cricket, amining camp near Oakalooaa,
[OWn. Pursiicd by friends ol the
wounded woman, who had jilted Bos
ton, the man lled through a WOOdl an I
atteinpted to board a nioving train.
Out of braath and made unateady by
fear, apparently, Boeton fell under the
wheela of tlie car and was ground to
B ton fired a load of shot into Miss
Loaaon'a body with an old abotgun,
dropped tbe weapon and lled to the
wooda, cloaely followedby Beveral men.
The pureuera ranged through the treea
and tinally came to a railroad tiack.
wbere tbey balted, hclieving that tln y
bad lost their ipiarry. Wbile they
were debaling whatto do they saw Bof*
ton run from a clumpof bushes and at
tenipt to board a paating train.
Tbe pursuers gatbered up the piecea
of Boston's body. and took tbem back
Take Advantage of
Clearance Sale of
$4.1."> for an all nietal cl
lapeabla Go-Oari Regu?
lar $t'..f>0 value.
H8.50 foi Knglish Car?
riages. LeatberClotb l.ined
Hood. ftl8.60 value.
$18.50 for Englisb Car?
riages,Leather Cloth l.ined
Hood, $2o value.
601 KING STREET.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounta invited in both our
Commercial &, Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafrs issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
G. Wm. RAMSAY.
6 and 8 oz.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
100 Kits. v
also 50 pails
G. W. RAMSAY.
S. li LYNN _C0.
429 King Street.
(THE POPULAR SHOE HOUSE.)
Have retnodeled tlu ir atore and install
td a Private Ladiea' and Cbfldran's
Department. This ibjMftffltnf con
tains a full line of
Ladies1 May Manton and
And it is worth tbe while of all buycrs
to inspect them.
We have our Stcadfast and Biltrite,
tlie best shoe on the market. Guaran
teed to give entire satisfaction. Qual?
ity cstablished our reputation and
we strive to maintain it.
In buying a cough medicine, don't
be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is sure to follow. Especially
recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping cough. Sold by W. F.
Creigbton and Kicbard Qibaon.
Trains leave I'nion Station. Alexandria.
In cllcct.lnne IS, 19U>.
N. B.?FoUowtagsehedule Bgurespub
lisbed only as inforination. and are not
7:17 a. ML?Dally loeal between Wash?
ington and Danville.
s:l7 A. M. Daily?Loeal for llarrison
burg an.l wav station--.
8d7 A. M* Daily V. B. Past Mail.
siopsonly tor paaaengera Ibr pointa aouth
a which-ebciliiled t?. atup. Plrat elasa
eoaebea; atueplng eara Ui Dlruilngluun
and drawlng roum alceidiig eara lo N'ew
< irleans. Dlnlng ear scl\ ice.
11:17A.M. Daily Mail train. ?'oa.-lies
Danville and Oreensboro. sleeping eais
Oreensboro to Atl.inla
1:17 1'. M. Week ilaj - l/Oenl lor War
rentoii an.l Harrtaoiibura.
4:93 1". M. Dmiiy BiniiiDtrliaui -p<-< -
lal. Sleeping eara bctwoen New York,
\l%rl] ii an.l .fa<-Vw?f?vllle.
. r t<> Kirmingham. Through drsi
coaches between Waahington and
Jaekaonvllle. Dlnlng ear aervlee. Tour
i>t to t alifoi nia four tlmes wcekly.
8JSBP.M. Week days I.ocal Tor llar
rlsooburgand way stations <>n Mn
braneh. Pullman buflet parlorear.
.,.u r. M.--Daily?Loeal for Warren
tnn and Cliarlottesville.
l?-_7 P. 8L?Daily--Waahington and
Chattanooga Limitea .via Lynebborg).
l-'ir-t class eoaefa and sleeping ears to
Roanoke, Knoxville an.l Chattanooga.
KleepertoSew Orleana, Waahington t<>
Roanoke. Dlnlng car service.
IM'J I'. M- Dailv New York. Atlanta
aad N'.'iv Orleans f.iinitcd. All I'lillman
train. elubaadobnaivatlon eara to New
Orleans. Sleeping ears to Asheville,
Atlanta. Ma.-on aud N'ew Orleans. Slc.-p
iBg ears lo Oliarlotte. Dining car s.-i \ lee,
127 A. M. Daily Memphis special.
Sleeping eara aad ooaehea lor Roanoke.
Knoxville. Nashville, Chattanooga and
Mempbla Dining ear service. Wash?
ington sleeping ears open 1000 P, M.
Through tralnafrom the south ajrlva
at Alexandria 6:13 an.l 628 and 1 <>r_:t a. in.
2:1S, 728, 10:13aad 11:68 P. M.dally. Har?
risonbiirg 11 _ts A. M. week days and 9:1.1
I' M. dailv. From Charlottesville 9:28
TKAINS ON BLTJXMOKT flRANril.
Leave Alexandria (W. A O. Station)
week days at B33 A. M..l:t.i. 428, aad
5:18 I'.'M. for lllueniont: 855 \\ M. week
days tor Leesburg; 5:15 I". M. daily for
Bluemont and :ir? A. M., loeal, on Sun
davs only for Hlueniont.
Pordetalled aehedule nguree, Ueketa
I'ullman reaervatlon, ete., api.lv t<>
WILLIAM O. LEITEW.
t'nion Tiekei Agent, Alexandria, Va.
i: II. COAPMAN, Oeaeral Manager.
s II. HARDWICK, I'ass. Ti-if. Nfgr.
II. 1". t'ARY, Oeneral Passenger Agent.
i. s. BROWN,Oeaeral Agent.
Washington. D. ('.
Washington, Alexandria 6?
Mt. Vernon Railway.
In efTeet May 1, 1910.
For Washington, from eorner l'rlnee
and Royal Streeta, week davs. at 5 40,
1105, 8 20, <; :>). i; ?), 6 3A, 7 06, 7 15, 7 30, 7 40,
7 GO, I 00, -J IS, s JS, 8 Bfi, 8 50, 9 lo. 9 30, 8 ?'?>.
10 io. 1080, 1050, II 10, 11 26, II :??. II 50 a.
m.. 12 10, 12 25. 12:?. 12 50, 1 10. I 25. i :w
1 50, 2 ln. 2 25,2?).2 M. :t 06,.". J.".. 3 35, 3 80,
110,4 25, t 30, I io. I 56, ?'. 10,7. 25. G X>. 5 50.
606, 8 20. 8 80, 8 45, 7 00, 7 15, 7 25, m 00, 8 30,
!>oo. !.:i .. looo. 1080,11 10 aad 1188 p. ni.
Sundivs?7uo. 7:i".. 8 10. 830, *< 40. 9 00.
820,940 1000,1020,1040, 11 u?. II 20 and
11 K>a.m., 1200 m., 1220. 12 40. 100, 120,
I 4o. 100, 2 20, i 40, :s 00,.'! 28, :i 40, 4 00, 4 20,
t io.:, oo..-, _.. .-. ai 800, ?; 20,<s 40,7 oo, 7 20,
7 40. BOO, 890, 9 00. 9 30, 10 00, 1030and
II 10p, m.
fOtt MOCXT VKIINO.N.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon,
week davs. at 646, 808, 7 ?'.. 851, 1026,
11 25a ni.. 1226, l 25, 226, :<:?. 4 40, 888,
8 :sn, 7 :'.'.- 8 50, 8 50, 1050 and 11 60 p. m.
Buadays 700. *W, 930, 1030, 1130 a.
ni.. 1280, 1 80, 280, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30, 0 30. 7 30,
8 48 and IQiep. na. _
Washington Southern Ry.
Sehedule in efTeet May 15, 1910.
Trains leave Fnion Station for Wash?
ington and points north at 7 43, S 0*.
823 and s,t:a. m., 12 01,2 30. 8 07, 8 18 and
11 88 p. iu.. daily.
For Fredericksbiirg. Riehmond and
points south at t :r7, 7 H (loeal) and 10 22
a. m? _ IU. 4 ?. .j 17 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57
Aceommodatlon for Frederieksburg at
II 13 a m.. dally. On week days this
irain runs through to Milforrl.
Xotk:?Time ofarrivalsand departures
and conneetions not guaranteed.
W. P. TAYLOR, Traffle Manager.
Appalarhian Kxpusltlon, knnxville,
Tenn.. Sept. l?-Ort. 12.
Qreatly reduced fares aecoimt above
oeeaatoaoa sale via Southern llailway
Sept. 10 to Oct. 12, inelusive. from all
prineipal Virginia pointa, including
Waahington, I>. C. Final limit Oct. Iv
Call on nearest agent or wrlte L. S. Brown
General Agent. 70515th street northwest
Washington, D. C, for full particular
about fltres, acbedules. etc.
Norfolk and Washington
Every day In tbe year for Fort Mon
roe, N'orfoik, Newport News and pointa
aouth, vla auperb, powerful Bteel palaoe
I.eave Washington.0.45 p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft Monroea 7.00a. m.
Arrivc Norfolk 8.00a m.
Arrive I'ortsiiionth s.OOa. in.
Leave Portamoutb 5.00 p. rn.
Leave Eorfolk COO p. in.
Leave Ft Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 6.30 a m.
Arrive Washington 7.00 a. m.
Through connectiona madeat N'orfoik
witb Bteamen or the old l>ominii>n
Nteainship Compaiiy for New York a*d
ItSrehanta* and aflner'a Btearaahlpa Ibr
(ieneral Ticket Office. 720 14th St.N.
Dond Building, Washington,
Plione Main l.'iJ".
Seveutb street wharf. Phone Main 3700.
Alexandria wharf foot of Prinoc street
W. II. CALLAHAN,
aprl l.vr (ieneral lassenger Agent.
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
Steaniers ot this Une leave Alexandria
on and after May 15, li)10,
Every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and
* SATURDAY at440p. m.
FOR BALTIMOI?i AND ALL THK
(J8UAL R1VER LANDINGS
Cnhdne and appolnt.nta unexcelled.
Preirht ror Baltlmore, Philadelphb
and New York solieited and handled
with eare Through ratca and hills of
Single Tarc to Baltiinore, *?50; round
trip. \fiJO\ staterooins. one way. $1.00.
KFAUDON dtOBIUES, Agents.
Foot of Cameron atreet
F.llective May D, llilu
Steamer" Capital ?ity."
heaves Alexandria al'. p. ni. 011 Moii
dav and Weducadaj forl*arham'a l'oint
and lower rlver landings. l'.eturii early
Wedneecbt) and Prldav morning. I.eave
Saturdav atUa m, (or Nomlnl and infcor
mediate laudlnga, returnlng Sunday
about 5 p. in.
I eave Simdav. Tue.-dav and Thursilay
Kt'.ta. in. lor Wirfs wliarl'and all inter
mediatolandlnga. lleturning leaveWlri's
wharf at 6 a.m. ihe roHofrtng day and
arnving al Alexandria about I p. n>,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot of Cameron street.
Fetepooue No. SO. JeM lyr
Samiicl If. Lunt. Auetioneer.
BY VIllTIKoFA DECREE OFTHE
Corpomtion Court ofthe elty of Alex?
andria, entered on the l">th day of Sep?
tember. 1910, in the chaneery cause Of
Rlchard A. (Jray, wbo itiea, etc.va tbe
nnknown beiraofTbomaa Johnson, de
I. tho underaigned eommwwlonerfl
of sale. appoiuted by the said decree,
will ofTer :'?r sale at publie auetlon at the
Royal street eiilranee of tbe Market
Building ofthe elty of Alexandria. \ ir
BATURDAY, THK 8TH DAY OF
at twelve o'clock ni.. tlie following real
estate, situate in tlie city of Alexandria.
Virginia. and hoiinded and deserilied afl
Beginning on tbe west side of Fairfax
atreet flfteeo feet nlne and one-half
Incbeaaoutb ofOlbboai street and run
ning thenee west and parallel witb <;ii>
hon street sevetity-tive feet lo an alley
six feet live inehes wide: thenee south
onaaidallev fifteeii feet nine and one
hair inehes; theiie,. ,ast in a direel line
seventv-five feet to Fairfax street. and
tbence north on Fairfax street to tbe be?
ginning, with all the appurtenancee,
with tlie iinprovementa tbereon.
Terma ofaale One-thlrd caah and tbe
residile in twoeqtial iustallments at six
and twelvd months from the date ofaale,
evideneed l>y the pnrehascr's inlerest
hearing notc's: tiile to l>e reUiincd until
the piirehase price is paid.
BAM'L O. BRKNT,
Coiiimissioners of Sale.
I certifv tbat the hood reqnlred <>(
Sain'Mi. llrenl as eoiiiniissioner of sale
in tbe above oauae bas been executed i>y
him with surety approved by me.
Teate: NEVELL 8. OREENAWAY.
Bgpgl td _Clerk.
0PENING AND CL0SING 0F MAILS.
Nortl ern mails. week days. eloea at
1 H-iuunil 10 40 a m and 1 :?? p m s 15
and 10 io p m. open at S 00a m 1200ml
and B no p ni. On Bundaya Nortbeira
inailselos, at S40 am I 30 p ni and 7 15
Southern mails via Southern Ilailway
elose at 10 K)a m 4 90 and 10 C> P m. (Ipcn
atflOOa ni and 4 <io pni.
Southern mails. via K. F. A P. K. it..
eloaeato to a mand 11 tvam,and350,
7 10and io.o p na, open at BandeSOa
iu.:: and 10 16 p ni.
Manas-a- Dlviaion mails close at8 15a
in and 3 30 p m. Open at 12 in and lo 15
I'.iiiemoiit Braneh, Bontben RaBway,
mail close at 7 _ a in and 3 50 p m. Open
at 900am. and I :(0 p m.
(hesapeake and Ohio Mails ett)
I :?) p. m. and 10 U p. ?. Open at ca. m
and I 00 p- m.
Washington maiis ckMC at * 40 and
1040a ni-. and I 90, s 15, and 10 30 n. ni.
Open at 800 a.m., B00 m.,808 and r>oo
Office Ilours?Open at^OOa. m. Close
frannay Iioiirs?Open a 900 a. m. Close
at 10 00 a. m
All mail should be in the offlce ten
minutcs hefore onr indieated time for
( arriers' Sehedille- (Dlleelion made
on inside routes V. l.'? and 1000a m. and
100and 530 p. m. Pull route?915a. m.
and ?".:?) p, in Sunday collection 4 ? p.
ni. ('arriers'window open Sunday r>on
a. ni. and elosw 1000 a. m.
Peliveries made 801 a. BB., 1 10 p. iu
ad 5 00p. ro.
When thc digestion is ali rigbt, the
action of the bowels regular, there i? a
a natural craving and relisb for fuod.
Wben tbis is lacking you may know
that you need adoso of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tableta. Tbey
strengtheu tbe digestive organs, im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and
When you tjke.into consideration all the high-ctass. eompleted.
full city improvements in
The nineteen eompleted handsome homes and two more to be
built at once: also the further facts that a number of lots are
sold. which have not yet been built upon. leaving but three un
sold lots on one side of Rosemont Avenue, throughout its entire
length. the question of the permanent. and abcolute success of the
property as a high-class residencesection is settled beyond any
Now is the Time
To get one of the few handsome, comfortable homes yet unsold.
aad live comfortably this winter.
I will be glad to show you these houses at your convenience.
F. L. Slaymaker,
THE ROSEMONT MAN.
The Wisdom of Experience
teaehes pareiits that tbeir cliildrcn's
f.et BB well 88 their own shotil.l be elad
iii well Htting, well made Bttd cemfort
able iboes for Fall and Winter wear.
Much illness from colds, grip and pneti
monia will be avoid.-d by buying well
made aad comfortable ahoea that are
made from the best leather from the
supcrb sbrck at
t/a't<7 400 KING
l\J\ 1 Z-t STREET
I HOS. W. ROBINSON
L PORTLAND T
Makes The Best Concrete
For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS,
Dlersln Cement. I.ime. Kair.Oaleined l'laster, Wall Plaster.Terra Cotta Sewer
Pltw ,i .1 Klue l.ining, Fire RricksJFire Olav.i*e.
Vikoinia ln tha <'lerk's Office ol
Corporatlon Court of the <iiy ol
Alexandria. on the sth day of Septem?
Any Oertrude Partlow OrirVri V* CtUUb
M'. Oliffin, jr. In chanccry.
Mcmo. The ol.jcet of this suit. is tooli
tain for the eomplainant from the defen?
dant an al.soiute divorce rrom the bonds
ofmatrlmony, and that eomplainant be
allowed tO re'siiine her maiden name.and
for sueh other and general relicf.-is |o
eouity is proper.
ft appearing by an affidarlt Bled m
this eause thal. the defendant. I'harles M.
OrilVmC jr.. is a non-resideiil of this
State: lt is Ordered. Tbat -ai.l defl ndaiit
appear here " Itbln flfteen davs afu r due
publicatlon oftbla order, anddowhal la
Dcceasary to proteet his Interest in this
suit. and that a eopy ..r this order be
forthwith insertcd iii the Alexandria fjhV
aette, a newapaper publlahed In tbe eity
of Alexandria. on.-c a week for four siic
oesalve weeks, aad poatedat tbe front
doorof the Court House of this eity.
a eopy T_n a
NKVF.LLS. OREENAWAY, (lerk.
Robinson Moncure. p. q. scps wtw-thu
Episcopal High School
Near Alexandria. Va. POB B0Y8
The 72nd vear opens SF.PTKMHKR 28,
inio. Catalogue seiit.
_ M. BLACKPOKD. I.L. D.. Prineipal.
A. K. HOXTOK, H. A..
jyl2d-tw Associate Prineipal.
I AM OIT'KKINO Foll. SALK KXTRA
BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER
I guarantee every pound to give satis
faction. Fresh and Smoked Meats,
Orooeriea and Farm PnxlucLs of s>ll
kinds. Telephone orders given prompt
attcntion. Free delivcry.
F. C. PULLIN.
Corner Queen and Royal streets.
'Phone, Bell *JL,!Home 87W.
jy!5 1y _
l.rrath Kedured Hoand Trip Fares
via Southern Railway from all Virginia
pointa toLviichburg,\ a.,ace.)iint Inter
tate Fair. DateaofaaJeBeptemberJ6U1
080th inclusive: final return llmltOe
ober ir.J. Attnietfoaa of every deserfp
iou: f-ist and exclting races, etc. For
ull |>f rtieulars call on nearest agent or
Mrite L S. Brown Oeneral Agent. 705
5tb slreet uortbwi Washington, D. C
VIROINIA. ln tbe Clerk\s Offloe ol
the Corpomtion Court of tb< City Ol
Alexandria. on the ::ist day of August.
Annle M. Oordoa vs. Thomea H. Oor
duii. In ehanecry.
Memo. The ohject of this suit is to ol)
tain a di voree a meiisa et tboro for the
oomplainant from tbe defendant on the
ground ofdesertlon and for general re
it appearlng by an afiidavit Bled Ii
thlaeauae tbat tbe defendant, Thomaa
ll. Gordon, is a non-restdent of this
Itis Ordered: That said defendant ap
pear bere withln Hfteen daysa*tor due
publieatlon of this order, and do what is
neceaaary to protect hia Intereatln tbb
suit. and that a eopy of this order lie
forthwltn inaerted in the Alexandria
Gaxette, a newspaper publlahedin tbe
( ii.v of Alexandria. once a wcck for four
Rucceaalve weeka, and poated at tbe fronl
doorof the Court House of this city.
a eopj Teate.
NEVELL 8. OREENAWAY, Clerk.
Cbariea Bendbeim, p. <\
niig'il w4w- w
VIROINIA.?In the Clerk's Offloe oi
the Corporation Court oftbe <ity oi
Alexandria. on the8th day of Septem
Carriel.eeC. .lohnston vs. Robert (Jra
haoi .lohnston. In ehanecry.
Memo. The object ofthla suitla tooi>
tain for tbe complainant. Carric Lee C
.lohnston. aaabaolnte cllvoree from the
bonds of m.'itriiiiony from the defendant
Robert Orabam Jobnaton; and tbat tbe
complainant be awaided tbe eustodyand
raising of tlicir infant daugliier. Iliida
YvonneJobnaton, and r<>r sueb further
and general relief as to equlty is right.
It appearing l.y an afiidavit filedlu tbifl
aauee tbat the defendant. Itobert Orabam
.lohnston, is I ik.ii residi-nt of this State.
It is Ordered. That aaid defendant a|>
pear bere withln Hfteen daya after due
publieatlon of tbis order, and do what is
neceaaary to protect bia Interaet la this
xiiit. and thal B eopy of tbis order be
forthwltn Inaerted m the Alexandria
<;a/.ctto. a newspaper pubilabod in the
City oT Alexandria. 0OM a week for four
Buccemive weeka, and poated atthefront
door ofthe Court House oftbiseily.
A eopy- Tl -i B
NEVELL 8. OREENAWAY, Clerk.
Robinaon Moncura, p. q. aepi w iw-thu
WFKK KND T1CKETS.
Loeal week end tickcts Washington to
Somcrset. Warrenton. Harrisonburg.
Bluemont and intermedlate atattona sold
on Saturdays aud Bundaya, valid for re
turn on Monday at very low fares, will
be placed on sale by Hotithcrn Railway
at Washington,Ii.C. beginning SATI'R
DAY, May .'th. and coutinuing until
Oetober 2, inclusive.
L. S. HROWN, Geuerai Agent