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\U\\ KVEXINU. NOV.
LO( AL MATTERS.
Sun and Tide Table.
uii rtaea toaaonaaratBaaa. m'.andstu
-, | 11 p in. HigtJ water at:::34a. m. aud
4 I p. Ul.
i'or this -eclion fair tonight and Katur
nolei tonlfbtj moderato to brisk
I . Btbalbert Tatapaugh, of this
aod Mrs. Inez Hamilton, of
\\ labingtOO, were married yesterday
u tbe parsonage of the
Baptiat Cborcb, Baa. W. F.
,;, ofncaaUag. Tbe attendanU
nd Mrs. H. J. Grubb, of
ington. Immediately after the
e.iemony Mr. and Mrs. TaUpaugh
r Washington. where they were
I at a Thanksgiving dinner
, and Mra. Orabb at the Newry
lents. Following a wedding tour
,,.,, ], Mr. and Mra T??spaugh will
i Miss Ada
106 of a few
MJ .R?, v...?.. After the
ng trip Mr. and Mrs. Maupin
will live at IU south Fayette street.
At the aame rectery laaa nigbt Miss
Bortha J. HaH, of thia city, and Mr.
Burton A. Jobnaoo, of Waabington,
marriedby Rer. Mr. Carpentor.
Th. bride BBJ attended by Miss Aliee
B Hall.au 1 tbe bridegroom by Mr.
: i, A. Johnaon. A reception fol
I al the residence of Mr. F/'ter J.
154 north Poyton street. Mr.
Mra. Jobnaoo will make their
bo ne in Waabington.
l Etbel 9. Weavor and Nu.holas
B. Nich, both ol Waabington, were
\, iterday aftaroooo at tbe
Ol tbe I'itst Baplish Church
|,v Rev. W. F. Watsoii.
Mon Euphemia Lee Waltoii, aecond
daugbtcr of Mr. J. N. Walton, of
Uwinaville, was marrted yesterday
,i William Thomas Hodges,
divi.-ion superintoodeot of schoola for
ndr b county. The ciatnony
took plaoeattbe home of the bride'i
i, II. |). Oroekar, of Jewel
,:j. on the Okl Domimoti Electric
Bev, A. Btewart GKbeoo.of Aldie,
A WASHINGTON BEAUfY
Miaa Blaa Portoer, ol Washington,
Ihe debutaote daughtei of tho late
r| W. I'ortner, is tbe youn|
i?,r aiatera, all ooted for their beauty.
Wuh h. i rnOtbat and sister abe has
led foi two years iu Europe. rr
ig to make her debut, the Bral
week io December, at the Portner resi
..-, \. h Hampshire avenue.
m . p rtner has arrangad a series of
dancecaod luocheoaa for ber daugh
te. duriog January aud a New Year'a
ball at Rauacher'a. Miss Portner is
t.ill and grabeful. Har bair is dark
and wavy and her featnres vety hand
-o,,ie. All of tbe Portner girls are
notad for their exqohrite teata in dre<?s.
Portner left each of lus
daughtoraan eoormouafortuna, mak
ing them among the ricbeet young
women in Washington New York
Btanding room waa al a premiuna
I ist night al tbe New Opera Houae, tho
ing tbe Bral nigbt'a engage
menl ol "Tbe Beauty and tho Baaata.
II ,? b little atripiiog bandlaa two hona
tiiii.t.tilous. Tbe im
m naeaudience wMaronaodM tbe little
girl walked toand fro among thewild
animala. Beaideetbii oneol the best
harmonica playera that bas ever graced
the atage ia here. He is also a triok
paper artiat. And last but not leaat, is
,i i, k < Uivi r, comedian, one of the beet
inimicaon tbe stngc today and the clev
eresl comedian aeen in a long wbile
MaiilM* tomorrow afternoon.
[Juatice 11. B. t'aton preaidiug.]
Tbe foll 'wing caaea were diapoaed ol
VYiUiam Mankiu, cbarged with aa
uulting and beating Luthet Turner
I, id his eaae continued.
? . charg.il with nssalt
iog and beating Ella Wlnaton, forfeited
bia collateral by failing to'appeer.
SroU Black, colored, cbarged with
,Hiog with ? piatol Alfred Brooka,
|, bad bia caee continued.
vhite man, cbarged with chrooic
drunkneaa. waa h-ld. _
Booil Wack, "loie.1, who was ar
reated Bunday mght cbarged with
shooting Alfred Brooka, colored. l?
t1..' ieg, was brought betnr* H
was ? ak.cn
Henry 1 te No. ", A., F. A- A.
thia i lace, after conferring the
,hii.i 'ii a candidate, Tues
dav night, gave a aplendid banquet in
om under tbe hall, wbicb waa
attended not only by the membera of
tbe lodge, but by a number of ruem
- and many ludiea.
- were weighted down with
i II tlv good things imaginable, whilo
the 6 i ia rap?d and un
eted. Everybody had a deligbtful
time.? [Faii fas Herald.
Rain began lo fall al>o:it 1:30 o'clock
night andhaovj abowera tollowed
atintervala until about one o'clock,
when clearing weatber followed. There
waaaome thunder and lightmng at
tlmee. The weatber today haa been
clear and oool with a stiff northwest
When a rold becomea aettled in the
aystem. it will take several daya' treat
inent to cure it. and the best remedy
... is Ch;unberlaiu's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quicker than any other,
and also Ieavca the aystem iu a nattua
and bealthyconditiop. Bold by W, F,
Prince William I/*lge. of Maoaa
will pay a fraternaj viait to Potoma
Ixrigo of this city tonight at wbich
time tbe deg.ee teamoftiicl;-^
will confer degreee upon candidatea 01
tfceMaoaasaa lodge. A ipecial rncet
iugof Potomac I ??W We?'
nesday nighl when all wraogamenta
were made for the recepUon ol tbe
' nigbt. _
In addition to the regular aoloii
St Pbol'e oburch cboir, tbe following
Vell kt.OWnsmser.sw.lll.ehea.dat the
eoncert nait Tuesday evcnmg: Mr-.
Baymood HulfiahwiUaingtbe Flowei
Bong from Fauat;" MUa May VoUog,
"For all Eterotty," by Ma i
Mr KennetnW.Ogden, ' Lefmebkea
aoldier Die," from Mar.tana.
LtjcyQravaa, Miae Bertie niompaon,
the sopranosolo.st of the lo.uch py-';v
toriau Church, Waahington, and Mr.
Arthur Jett, also ol Waabington, will
The following talcnt will taki
i? the muaical programme to be
rendercdat the lecture tobegiren by
Rev. Father Handley, al tbe l-y;';"'"
Hall tonight: Mr. Bfcha.d Wlrt,
Mrs Wm. Woolle, Mua Ella Ihll. Mr.
E Forrost Birrell, MhaSallie PBtti
Miss Alma Dfalo and Mr. Edward
Wasten, of Waabington. A I
luncheon will be aerved to b few m
vited guests by tbe daugbtera in tbe
reading room after tbe lecture.
Tho will of the late Sarah J. Adama
was admitted to probate io the Circuit
Court for the city io vacation loday.
Tbe testatrix leaves the bouae and lol
No 429 south Lee street to Lddic
Biggs during hia life, and al bia dcath
they revert to J. Thomaa Ballenger.
Certain peraonal property m
queathed to relativee and frtooaa.
Charlea E. Bigga qualifled aa executor.
The will ia dated October 16, 1905.
LOST SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
Mrs. Klixabath O'Neal, aho con
doota aboardiog bouae al 1008 Duko
street, reports the kaaof ?76 from a
roller topdesk The m.ry bad
pUoed in b drawer in the deak aodI tbe
recoptable locked. When Mra. 0 Neal
looked for her money ahe found tbe
desk locked as ahe IcB it. bul the
Baadinga, recitationa and aonga Buit
ai.le to Tbankagiving Day were
mingled with the routino work in
Waaliington Bchool, No. 4, today. An
old-faahioned apelling roatch waa also
a aourceol much pleaaureand pronl to
W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Howard M. Hoge, ol Liocolo,
state preaidenl ofthe Virginia Woman a
Christian Temperance Union, wul
apeak in the M. E. Church at Meiyjay.
Monday eraning at 7:43 o'clock. f/bere
oil] be a collection for atate work.
Train wil) leave Boyal atreet atatioo at
Peaeratloii of laibori
St. Louia, Nov. 25. Talk ol na
an opponenl to Bamuel Gom]
oreeideot of tbe American Fcderation
ofLabor bas aubaided. n " unaer
Btood todfX bowcver, Victor L. Berger
or Max rJayee, the leading aocialists,
will vote in tbe negativo when the labor
leader'a name ia propoaed,
make hia eelection unanirooua, aatisfj
mg themaelvaa with the figbt tbey have
made to ouat William Huber, of In
dianapolis, from the vice prcsideocy.
Bocheeter, N. V. ; Atlanta, Oa.,
Waahington, 1>. C, and Minneapolia,
Minn., are bidding for the 1911 con
The ligbt of union Icm al- an 1 l;! !
councila of citiaa to declare boycotu
against induatriea, ia deniod by a ruling
of the executive council "f the fcdera
tion which today ended tl.
tempted boycbtl against the Ban
Franciaco Call by a s.-liritor's union.
Tbe convention approved the rulmg.
\n Beba af the Crippen ( a-t.
London, Nov. 22. That Iu
"wrongfully convicted" and thi
"victim of ahorrible judicial," m the
contentioii purported t<> have been
made by Dr. H. H. Crippen in a lettor
printed this afternoon by Lloyda Newa.
Tho letter, eocordiog t<> tbe newapaper,
was furnished by Ethel Leneve, and
waa written to hei a few minuteebefore
the doetor was executed. it filla tbrce
VtAlt <>> HAT PIN&
Tbe police preaident of Berliu bas
vred war on the dangerously pro
a proclam.-.tion iaaued yost.-rday
!s tbe attention of the women of
v to the many receut reporta of
injuries inflicted by hatpins that pro
ject beyond the rinis of women'a bata.
Tbe aceidents have been eapecially fre
quent in street cara and usually men
are the victima.
The president calb upon the v.
either to oaaaa uaing h.ng pins or turn
tbe points so that thev will not bc a
constant menaeo to the traveling public.
He adda that wbile he expecta thal
tbe women will eomply with bia reason
able request be isprepared in tbe event
that they do not, to adopt eompulaory
The IVoeniber number of 1
body'",which has been received fromita
publiahers in New Vork, keeps up the
always high statidard of thismagri/ine.
In its loading article "TJnder the
Prophet in I'tah" Frank .1. Oannon
reveals the truc political situation in
tbat state and tlre nced of reform.
Jumes Hopper descrtbes just how it
feela to fly, in "On the back of the
Dragon.' In the fourth instalmeut of
"It." the politics of business is consid
ered, and "A World Afirc" p
the made^uacy of our forestry scrvice.
The fourth instalment of "The Women
ofTomorrow" deals witb the araateraof
the sex. Five sbort stories and
Beach's rserul give pxcellent fiction.
"The l'layers" is well illustrated anJ
"A Row of Books. "Underthei
out Trae/'and with 'Everjbody'a Pub?
}i*b(r?'; arv Ainopfi tb? JcpsruacflWt
Mrs. R. C. Powell U viaiting her
dangfater.afrff, LouiaS. Scott, at Yttna
lo'.v, N. J. v u
(adet Douglas McLean of the V. M
I. is at bome, that institution, aa here
tofore stated, baving furlougbed tho
until .laiiiiary 4. ,
|fra Horacel). Aabton is quite aick
atber bomeon Duke street.
Th, Alexandria Oorman Club wil
givi its Thankagiviiig dance, the hrat
nftheeeaa.at Elka'Hall mnigbt.lt
pectedtbat a number of out-ol
town guests will be iu attenjance.
Mr Lewia 0. RaDa and wife. laft
ye.te.day to visit relattvea m Elmore,
Chrietmaa one month off from to?
Khool after a three day* aua
penaion reapened today.
A meeting of the Alexandria Light
[nfantry will be beld tonigbt.
The rtaOioo Bondaman, waa aold in
N'-wVork last night for 111.000 to B.
,.of Portland, Orogon.
Tbe n.en.bcrs of the Masonic fratorn
,.v are invited to meet Moet War
shipfulG. W. W.iEhtattbo Schoola of
Instiuction, at tbe Maaonic Teinple U>
Mount Vcrnon Council Daughtera of
\meiica will meet tonigbt in tbe Hall
al the Elka building at wbicb time
there will also be a music and literary
ording to a dtapatcfa from Boston
lerable anxiety is entertained for
fetv of the tbree-maated acbooner
and Grreen, wbicb sailed from
BalUmore November 8, coal Jaden for
Batb, Me. Binoe tbe reeaal sailed from
BalUmore nothing bas boen beard of
md bei ownors are ratich cou
eornedfor hor safety. Tho Cox and
Qreen ia well known at thal port.
i Lrroatronx Draxel oreke the record
"going Up" the other day aud a iuan
with ti pair of eagle's wiugs hit the
mark "golng down." A clear ease or
oommonaenae and hrains vereua seliu
ivorv. Now. Irieud, use your own eorn
inonaenae Read ourbigadon thispaco.
?Tho- the <|iialitvofouiprodMcU hltttus
? -hi'-h plaoes,"ourprieeaalwaya remaiu
on the "dead level." <fet out oT the
m Inga" elass and joln Mr. Droxel
v. In n he eomes to Illondheltn's Auth
Stand and Market for thosn irreslstlhly
delleloua Auth .Sausages, Puddlugs
:im! 1'ood ProdUOtB.
The C. A. C. Jrs. defeated tbe Wil
mer A. C. yesterday by tho score of 5
The feature of the gamo waa tho
line plunging of Cox.Swafl and Ramaey
Comell and Qrimea featured for tbe
The line up:
i \ c.Jra. Poalttona WilmerA.r.
i.. R llali Baek. Comell
Mnti I iill Haek. (liiinos
itamsai ..Righl HalfBaok ....Cook
Howaril QuartorBaok ..Quall
i lurtaln Rlgbt Knd Bogs
Rol.inson ..Rlgbt Taekle. Jacksou
posl.Rlgbt Utiard . Mason
Hinken ..Centar . ......Hall
Baker ..LeftTaekle Wilson
Baylia LeftOuard Travers
Touehdown Coa Reforee sehueider.
Umplre Mankina Tlnae of perioda
New York, Nov. 26.?A threat tbat
b pardon is granted to a socialiat
editor a "revolution of violeuce" will
. auit dui ing the present decade ia con
i in a letter aent today by Upton
Sinclair, noted socialist author, to
President Taft. Sinclair demands exo
cutive action in tbecaae of Fred I).
Warren, cditor of tbaAppaal Io Reason
of Girad, Kaoe., wboae sentence of
lontha in I.eavworth piison and
fineof 11,500 for riolatingtbe postal
regulatiom haa juat been aflirmed by
linted Stated Circuit Ooort of Appcals
ol St. Paul. Warreti's conviction is
characteriaed by Sinclair as an "in
.-r.- lible traveety upon justice," and a
flagranl caae of the peraecntibn of a
man for 1ns political opinion." War?
ren'aoffenae waa aeatdtog poatal cards
througb the mails offeriog a reward
to anyone that would "kidnap a rc
publi an politican, former Got. Taylor,
of Kentucky, under indictment iu
Kentucky for the murder of Gov.
. from Indiana," where he was
then living. Warren's action followed
tho capture and transTer from Colorado
? . i !, bo of Wilham 1). Haywood,
Charles II. Moyer and (Jeorge Fetti
booe i cuaed of the murder of Frauk
N EAVS OF THE DAY.
The ailors of the Amcrican warsbipa
al Cberbourg fraternized witb tbe
Prench aailora yesterday trcating them
to diooer aod festivities wero a'rranged
m in otber cities.
The preliminary plnns of the Ruasell
S.iec Foundattoo, for the establishroent
of a model suburban oity, were an
nooooed in New York yesterday.
Baron toreborn, lord cbancellor, de
clared in the Britisb House of I^ords
yeaterday that England would never
get in complete accord with the United
States until they got rid of the Irish
With the furnial reading of the in
dictment, the trial of L. C. Dulaney,
the wealtby Mississippi planter charged
with bribary in connection with the
election ol a United Siates senator, be
gan in earnest yesterday at Yazoo Citv.
Feeling tbat be had nothing to be
tbankful for, while all about him were
people enjoying the Thanksgiving Day,
?J6 years old, commit
uide in Central Park, New York?
day aftarooon by shooting in the
head. "I haven't anything to be
tbankful for on this day of Thankagir
ing," passersby beard bitu mutter.
With tbat be whipped out a r*volver,
and preeaing tbe miuzle to his head,
tired. He d.ed instantly.
Mrs. Karl GttaBJ, of Nuw York, gave
her four year-old son Beniamin a cent
for oaody jreetatday ijecause it was
kagiriog. While sbe was busy
with the holiday dinnor, the boy went
the street to a candy atore. On
the way back he was run down by a
truckand killed. When tbe parenta
joined the crowd in the street, aot
knowing what bad happened, Mra.
fcll fatnting into her husband'a
anni n< sbe taw the little body of her
son with a stiek of candy still graaped
tightly in one band. The police re
servea wore cajled out to pf&tect tbe
of tht iruck frow tbi latoriated
Washingtor, D. C.
Ofeoudoopperheavlly niekel ptatod and with ebonlaad attmaalaga.
DistillayourcllTeeby pereolat.on, making adeliclous -refreahlag bever
age, 5 and 6 pint.
Long OvercoaU, sizesJS, 14 and M
only. HOO, B500 and faMO $2.98
Reafera.alf?B8toie. f&OO JM.98
valuca. Choioe. <yi*?J\>
Juvonlle Overcoats, sizes J to 10. ftM
and 83.00 valuea. At
? 1.49, $1.69 and $1.98.
Husslan and Blouse Bplta,
sl/.os I to 10. tt.50 values. $1#(,9
Remnants Dress Goods
:t0-ineh Krlght Tlalds, Tricolorcd
Checks, Croam Mohair. Creani 1 ati-o
Caahmere. Challies, Stripes and a BOBt of
other good weavos. Kuougli lor a dress
skirt or waist. Choiee, per 2*5C
29c Half-wool Challies, in
Remnants, at 12 l-2c.
Lepgthsrunuptor:yardsand as small
aa 3 yards; honce you eun Bad eaougn in
the nuanorous piecea rora knnouo, Uress
ing saoque or dress. Our regular 3?e
Challies to go without restric- 1 ^ !f
tiyu whateverat, yard.a.*<*?~
UHSBURGH S BRO.
420-426 Seventh Street.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
COME and seo our new st<vk ot BA R
P1N8 fiuost selee.tion we . \< r lia.l.
THREK UNFURXISIIK1> ROOMS for
light housekeeping, oentrallocatlon.il.
K , thia offloe._nov-? -lt_
Treoton. N. J., Nov. 85.?Jobn
Sears confessed today that be killed
Minister Anui L. Armstrong and UUtj
wife to get a abare of Ihe miniater'a cs
tato that waa comiug to him in the
wiil after the proachor's death.
Thedoubte murder was COmmitfM
at Dutch Neck, nine milea ea^t ol this
city Wednoaday night. Seara is a
Rachel Seara, roother of tho man,
wbo baa been a servant iu the Arm
atrong family nearly forty ycars, is also
under aurveillance. The pohc-j have
boen workiug on the tbeory that only
aotne one wbo new intimately th
habita of tho ministcr and his wife
eould have committed tbe crime. This
fact, and tbe discoverey that tba
mother of tbe Sears told an eotirely
differont atory from that of her bon
cauaed tbe police to work on Sears.
Tbe apartinents woro not looted and
the gun with which tho shooting ia be
lieved to havo beeodone was one wbicb
Sears had borrowed from l neighb .r
on November 14.
fieara, under cover of night took tbe
proaecution aud detcctives to Ihe
of tha murder and showed them wbere
he had hidden tho atolen watch of tbe
dead pastor. He told them how he
committed tbe crime in a dramatic
aoono in tbe conrt houae. Hia motber
iwill be arreated.
Beara, according to hia confession,
planned to kill botb tbe minis
ter and hia wife, believing that hia
mother, tbe only other occupant of tbe
Houae, would not inform on him.
Seara said also be had an idea that if
he got rid of tbe old couple tbeir wealtb
would come to biro. In describiug his
actiona, Seara aaid he went to New
Brunawick aa he intcnded about ti
o'clock Wednoaday evening, but re
turned ?bortly afterwarda. Enteting
the houae with hiaabotgun he firatabot
the aged woman aa ahe advanced to
to meet and theo turned on the minis?
ter and ahot him.
Kartli4uake Shocks in Spaln.
Corunna, Spain, Nov. 25.?Tbe
peoplo of thia eity, Vivo, Fellol and
other citiea, were greatly alarmed to?
dav by a aeriea of eartnshocks. No
damage haa yet been repored.
Hampton Magaiine is one of the bea
perodicala published; its Decernber
number, wbicb baa been received from
Ita editors in New York, opena with a
well illuatrated article on Dusael
dorf, claimed to be the beat
managed clty in the world.
"The Children'a Plague" tells of the
rapid apread of tho d'seaae known aa
iufantile paralyaia. "The Surronder of
New England" deacribes how federal
activity duped a atate, and Walter
Wellmau writee of hia Air Ship Experi
encea. In "Wayward Cbildren" an
ideal way to handle juvenile offenders
against tbe law, ia suggeated. Other
excellent articlea, fiat claas flction, cur
renteomment.peraonalities and atirring
editoriala complete this isaue.
Ladieal Combine atyle with aolid
comfort. Wear the RED CROSS
SB01, to be had only at eur atore.
h A< Mftfihall * lro., i22 Kiog street,
You UiiOM how
is brawed, or if you dou't, our
brawary is right here open to
> .iu Inapeetloa at all times. so
\ oo can aoe for yourself the pur
\iy aodeleaollnaaa thatsurrouuda
tbe maiiitl'acture of our product.
All brwwera eaalaa that their
beer is tbe ' hest," so yourown
iudgmeot muat guide you largely
iu voiir seleetion ofu brand.
wby not eboeea Hofitrau heer,
ihe been that is brewod iu Alex
iiri.i bj wall paid laboti
[t'aa deiight to tho laat drop;
I sp.ukling, foaniing potlon of
?Phonc No. 49-B
to the Big Store
Whc-re everythlng Ia plentiful and cheap.
Lard, 10 lbs. for. 11.00
Pork Ch< .ps (loin) per lb. 15c
Pork Loin (whole) per lb.? 14c
Lamb Legs tyonng and tender) 15c
Lamb Brcasts " " " 12c
Rib Beef (short) per lb.12 1 2c
Sirloin Roast. 15c
Beef (good roaata). 10c
VealChops, 15c and. 18c
Veal Cutleta. 20c
Veal Roast, 12 l-2c to. 15c
Pork Shouldera (freah). .-.. 13c
Pork Hams (freahl. 16c
Granulated Sugar (Franklin). 5c
Good Coffee. 16c
Coffee (Chaseand Sanborn). 22c
Cream Cheese . 18c
Mincemeat, 3 lbs beat for. 25c
Potatoes, per bu. 65c
Best Buckwheat. 3 l-2c
Oranges, per doz . 25c
Grope Fruit,.6c to 8c eacb.
; Canned Goods at Wholesale Prices.
! Onions, per bu. 75c
i Onion8, per pk . 25c
Flour, Best Patent.per bbl. $5.60
M. Schuler Beef Co.
1004-1006-1008 King Street.
The Fineat of Every thittg.
Shell Pistachio Nuts.
Imported Swiss Cheese.
Royal Luncheon Cheese.
Stuffcd Dates in Boxes,
Stuffed Fitfs in Boxes.
Cor. Cameron and Pitt Stracta.
OY8TER9 IN ALL STYLEi, t'HIC'K
EN ON TOAST, 8AXDWICBB*
ajwayt on aale JatuBPiaiwa CAWWt
Best Japan Tea, 30c.
Best English Breakfast Tea,
Fine English Breakfast Tea,
Real Java and Mocha Cof?
Large can Chipped Beef,
10c cans Pears, 5 c.
10c White Kidney Beans,
15c cans Stringless Beans,
10c Ltma Beans, 8c.
10c Pa's Keystone Gela
Bath Brick, 5c.
75c cans Rolled Ox Ton
25c cans Lobster, 18c.
1 Oc Packages Corn Starch
25c Maraschino Cherries
20c BlueLabel Catsup 15c.
25c Snider's Catsup 15c,
20c can Fancy Peas 15c.
Blue Label Soups 20c.
Chalmers Gelatine 7 l-2c.
Old Dutch Cleanser 7 l-2c.
Babbit's Cleanser 3c.
Mourning Starch 12c.
Pails Herrtng Roe 50c,
KornKinks 3 l-2c.
Elastic Starch 8 c.
Asparagus Tips 20c.
Quaker Corn Flakes 7c.
New Opera House
I'ni.ni: v \i DEVILLR
OBAKOKD HON. AM> tiu.'Rs.
10 Cents to All.
The Beauty and thcBeasts
Child lAuimal Trainer with her Lions
Novel Harmouiea Artlal aad Paper
Matlnee Wednesday and Saturdiy Be
Also lataatmotiofl pletnreeebaagad
IV THK NOKTON MKMORIAL
TUESOAV EVENINB, N0VEM8ER 29,
AT $*? O'CLOCK.
Admission - - - 25c
Tiekets at AUen'a, WarQeld'a, Oibaon's
and at the door.
The lady who gets the greateat num?
ber of worda out of the letters contained
ln "MAY MANTON" will receive a
pair of S3.50 May Manton Shoes at
Lynn's Shoe Store.
The conteat will run two weeka from
November 23._nov23 lw
Four Cirpenters Wanted
Three dollara per dayofnlne hours.
Bovaaf_w. H. crump.
401 WOLFE STREET
*You will find the enertfy of
youth and the experiencc of atfe. There
it nothing too lartfe for ua. nothintf too
imall for ua. nothing too plain and noth
inf t?o complicated for ua. We can do
a claaa of work that will auit the eco
oomical and we can alao do work to
auit tbe moat faatidioua.
Plans Furnished Free
Whan werk ia fivaa without ?oaa
petifien. noYir im
Woodward & Lothrop
Diagonal Tussah Pongee
At Less Than Half Price.
Tlieresultofaspeeial purchase-butonly30 yards in the lot. An exeellent
oppoitiinity toaaeuraatau uauaually lon price a very aalilaeabaaallKBaaaaaaav
?uftable for wintei- draaaea, uai-ts. aeparate skin
Bpectal I'riee, bPa tbe Yard. Keguiar Piiea, bi..?.
Second lloor?O su
Dainty Dress Slips.
To wear under laco and uet rohes and gaaBB of shocr materials. Kieh China
Silkaud Messaline Satin. in all iho soft. eranlng ahadea, as arell as black. Also the
uow "hobblo" slip, with silk jersev top aud aocordlon-plalted rufHea ontabed wliu
uarrow laee edglng or bahy ribbon. A ven OOmprehBBBtTe aaWwtBgi raugmg m
jc.00 to POM Baeh.
Aisoprotty i.awn and iiatiste Bllpa la whlu aad all the Befl paatat aaaaaaai
neatlv and attraetlrely liuished with tmv rufflea and pretty laee edgiiig.
Bl.7;j toiw.u) Baeh.
Third floor -Ci st.
New English Flannels.
Bcautiful eolorlogs and designs iin the largest IBBOrtmaat BB have evorim
ported. An linportant feature ia that they are warrantod uonshrinkablo.
shown iu plaiu white and lifty rieli atrtped erTeota.
BO Iuohes wnte -91.00and 3l.il Yard.
Bt e aro also dlsplaving Dainty Whiie Kml.roide.ied skining Flannels, iu mauy
deelrna aoallnpa. ejreleU, Bprara, and otberaUraotlre efteeta done iu silk.
50a to 12.00 Vard.
Second lloor?11th st.
Those Irresistibly Delicious
Sausagemeat! OF COURSE! Scrapple!
Auth Sausa^ea now only 13c lb. Auth Puidinss only 15c lb.
The Be3t Smoked Hann in Town Only 18c lb.
The Best Corned Hams in Town Only 18c lb.
The Best Smoked and Corned Shoulders Only 14c lb.
Home Dressed Beef, Lamb, Veal and Pork.
Positively the Finest Fresh Meats in Alexandria.
Smoked White Fiah. Fresh Chipped Beef. Pickles, all kinds.
Ubrador Herring. Cheese, all kinds. German Kraut^
Witbout a doubt we handle the finest hne of Food Products in Alex
andria. . _ .
Don't be satisfied with the Cheapest?get the Best.
Blondheim's Auth Market and Auth Stand
Kine- and AJftwd Strocts.-Phone20l. ( ity Ma.kei. l>.ne ?::%.
Our Personal Guarantee Given With Every Pound of
Sold By Us to Contain Only Pure Meats and Spices.
WiU have for tomorrow Cboice Catta of Sirloin, Porterhouseand Round Steaks;
Fresh Cs Shouiders and Middlings from small pigs. Our own Cured Corned
Hams, Shouldcra and Middlings. EverythinK the beat
a- i-a ~<ti. SUCCESSORto
Charles F. Baggett, b.f baggett
TheYellowStand30and31,Cameron street Wing
[fyonwant me^veyoar Mtnda band
some preaenl for b Cbristinae alft then
order one of the above HANDHOM*.
soi.ID HKAS.s JARDINIERES thal
It9inebaahlgbaad lo inche* in duvm
eter. Sold in Waablnaton at |2.??;
?ur price for thia week, fl.50. A poattive
bargain. Braea Fera Dlahee, tandic
Sticks, ete., very cheap.
I will guarantee clubing ratea on 'all
magazlneatbia year. Olve mo your llat
and I will guarantee to meet all prlces.
Do not aend your orders out of town.
R. E. KNIGHT,
621-C23-625 King Street.
IROINTA-In the Clerk'a Offlce of
Corporation Court of the Clty ol
A'exandria, on the lOtbday ofNovem
Fanny Isobol N'ieholaon Storey va. Joa.
eph Franklin Storey.
Metno. The objeet of thia suit la to ob
taiul'orthe ccmplainant, Fanny Isobel
Nlcbolaon Storey, an abaolute dlrorcc
from the bonda of roatrimony frotn tbe
dofrmlant, Joseph Franklin Storoy: and
that abe be allowed to reaume her maia
en uamu ofNTehoUon and lornuch fur
tber nnd general relief aa toequityia
ftappearhag by an afBdavit flled ln
thia cause tbat the defendant, Josepb
Franklin Storey, ia a non-resident ol
tbisState: ,, . , j ...
It la Ordered. Tbat aaid defendant
anpear here within flfteen dava after duc
publieation of this order, and dowbat s
Ji.w.'^arytoprotcetbia Interest ln thia
sult, and tbat a eopy of this order be
iforthwith Inaertrdlu tba Alexandria fra
rette a newspaper publlabad in tho city
of Alexandria, onco a week for four suc
cesalve weeks, and postea at tbe rront
door of the Court Houae of tbia clty.
Robinson Moncure, p. 0> novll w4w-fn
Coal Coke Wood
Order your Coal before tbe advanoe at
loweat aummer prloea. Beat quality
prompt delivery and bottom prloe
Pkena * DlW, AITCaTESOtf, 1QT aouth
If it [is aomethlng in this
lme you aauit?OOOM in and
BBe whal tfToffer before you
tinally dectdeto bajr.
Our line is so large and so
complete tbat you have the
widost dioice in ijuality and
price. We will save you
money and give you perfect
e iii. make conipan
I-uy wlierc you g-t
tho best values. You will nnd
Saunders & Son,
629 King Street]
HOt SK W'AM'KI) -Will pay afanoy
price for a modern hou^e. centn
cated and witb modern eonvea
Address E. Ua/ette Offlce.
V \ J 1 < d
NOTICE i* hercby given tha: ;l c au
nual meeting ofthe stoekhold. rao
THOMA.S J. FBHER >NY,
1 Incorporated. irill be held at tbe ( mce
? of the company, 123 south Royal street,
Aloxandria. Va..ooMO.VDAY, Novem
her 28,1010. at 1.90 p m ? for th* el. ction
, ofoffleersanddireetors tor the .-L.tilng
year and for tbe transaetlon <M sucb
otner business as may be properjy rettd
upon. UAROLD h. tfOYLE,
l -t ry.
Silver and natural wcod
handlee. Beat made.
R. C. AGTuH S SOfS
Jewelera and Silreramithe