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AT_F_XA_TORIA, VA., FRIDAY KVKMNC, DECEMBER 30, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
UME CXI.--NO. :*<><>
Norfolk and Washington
rv dav in th.; year for Fort Mon
roe, Norfolk. Newport News and points
south, via Buperb, powerful stcel palace
Leave Waablnartoa.C?p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7.00 p m.
Arrive Ft. Monroes 7.00a. m.
Arrive Norfolk . 00a m.
Arrive I'ortsiii'inth s.tXia. m.
Leave Portamouth _00p. m.
Leave Eorfolk i'.ou p. m.
Lcare Ft. Monroo 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria?.30 a. m.
Arrive Washington 7.00a.lm.
Through coiinections made at Norfolk
with steamer. or the Old Dominion
Steamship Company for New York and
MSrehants'aad Miner's Steamships for
on, _. __
:,. ral Ticket Offlce. 720 14th St.N.W.
Bond Building, Washington, D. C.
Phone Main UOft _ . ??
Seveuth stre;>t wharl. Phone Main 3700.
Alexandria wharf foot ol Prince street.
W. H. CALLAHAN,
aprl lyr General Passenger Agent
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
Steamers oi this line leave Alexandria
on and after May 19,1010,
Every MONDAT. WtDNESDAY and
' SATURDAY at-L'top. m.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL TH?
USUAL RIVER LANDINOS.
Cuisine and appointment.s iinexcolled.
Freigbt for Baltimore, Philadolphia
and New York soliclted and handled
with caro Through rates and bills ol
ladin? issued. _ ,
Slngte -Bre to Baltimore, f_..rjO; rouna
trip. 13.60; staterooms, one way, $1.-0
REARDON AORIME8, AgenU,
Effectlve May 9,1010.
Steamer" Capital Qty."
Leaves Alexandria at 0 p. m. on Mon
day aml Wedneaday for Partuun'b Polnt
and lower river landinga. Keturn early
Wednesdav and Friday morning. I_eave
Katurdav a"t9a m, for Nomint and intor
medlate landlngs, returniug Sunday
about 5 p. iu.
Leave Sunday, Tuesday audThursday
atda. m. for Wirfs wharf and all inter
modiaU'landlngs. Returniug leavoWirt's
wharr at 6 a. in. the following day and
arriving at Alexandria about 4 p. ra,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot orCameron Street
Pelephone No. 60. _Jel4 lyr
Ely's Cream Balm
it quickljr -btorbed.
Civet Reliel *t Once.
It elcanses, soothes,
hfuls aud protccts
the diseasea meui
brane rt-ulting from
CaUrrh and drives
away a Cold in tho
Head quickly. Re.
stores the Sensea of
Taate aml Sew 11. Full siz.- 60 cts.. at Drng
gista or by mail. In Uquid form, 75 <?< nts.
Ely Brothers, &0 Warren Street. New York.
When you feel^rX^':!:
serroua, tired, wonied or despondent It
ure-tgnyou need HC1V _ NEB
V ME FII.LS. They rcnew the normal
vigor and make life worth living. Be
X ror Mott's Nervine
_Ml1~ Price 81.00 l.y dnigf-BtS. \\ il
rTllS liains Mfg Co., l'rops.. cleve?
laud. ?>. lor sale. wholeeale ami. rotall,
bv E. s. Laadbeater _ Booa. _
in selecting a flavoring ex
tract just because the label
is attractive often
you wish you had just told
your dealer to send you
Leadbeater's. which you
know is good and pure, and
in which there is abso
^)ME aml aae our ucw ParlaUn ToBet
9m& Thav__ra nrettv ;mdohaap.
m. xf. wwaT _c son.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WKKKLY AT
OAZETTE BUILDINQ, 310 and 312
[Entered atthe Postofflco of Alexandria,
Virginia, aa aoeoad-class matter.]
Termm: Daily-1 vear, t/*.00: (i montha.
52.50; 3 months, ?l-25: 1 month,43 eents
1 week, 10 eents. _
Tri-weokly -1 year. tf.OO: 8 monthH
81.50: 3 montha, 75 cents; 1 month, 2o
eents. ? ,
Contract advortisera will not be allowed
to exoeed thelrepaea uniess the exeesa
ia paid for at transient rates, aud under
lirenmataneea will they !>e allowod
to advertise other than their legiti
inate business in thespace contracted
for. , ,
Itesolutions in memonam, or thanks.
tributesof respect, resolutions a<lopted
bv soeietifs <>r persons.unless of public
ooneora, will be priated In tho paper
?IXTBBN MKB KILLHI).
The lives of 16 worknien were oblit
erated yesterday by tlie explosion of a
boilar at the plan; of the Morewood
Lake Ice Company. at Mor.
Lake, two niiles sontli of PfttJafleld,
Twelve men were killed instantly,
one died shortly after tlie accideot,
and tliree othera Biiccumbed in the hos?
pital. In addition 1-' men were iti
jured, and it was atated laat night at
tbe House of Mercy, tbe hospital to
arhich they were removed, tbat two of
Um patienhs may die.
The DodJea of many of the dead
were terribly blackened and mutilattd,
making identification alniost impos
Oatherod yesterday forenoon in and
about the Iittle boiler building, which
was some distanco from the icehouse.
were aboul 125 men, mostly Poles and
Italiam, aaraiting the cbanca to earn
a few dollars by cutting ice. With i
crash, haard ' >r milea arouod, the boflor
hurst. Bodieaof men and fragmenU
Of iron and tiinhor were hin l>-! through
tbe air. Those of the worknien wbo
were not killed outright were either
aeriously injured or dazed i>y ihe
The boiler house was dcmolish* il
and pieces of Ihe boiler, titnbers an 1
human bodies were burled through tbe
uir. One body was blown 200 feel
and another 180 feet. The oyKnder
of the bo:,*r was found in a tree on
the edge of a lake, more thai: 100 feel
The icehouse is about two niiles out
side of Pittstield, and the ncare.st telc
phoue line WM more than bali ? mile
away. Conaeqaetly it was some time
before word of the disaster reached
rittsfield. Doctors wote rushed lo tho
sceno to give firat aid to the injured,
and all of the ambnlanccs were dtt
patche.l to Ibe like. The ambulance
service. however. was totally inade
qaake to take care ol tha dead and tbe
injured, anil automobilea were used to
aid in tbe work of assisting tbe injured
and reinovitig.theni to the hospital.
The dismembered bodtaa were carc
fully gatbered tognther and removed to
the homes of the families of the dead.
The Morewood Lake Ice Company is
owned by Shand & Leshure, B iirm
which went there about a year ago
from North Adama. Mr. Bbatd said
that tba boiler was inspected last sum
uier by an inspector of the. state police,
who ordared certada obangaa, The?e
obaogea were made, according to Mr.
Shand, aud Wednesday a test of the
water gauge ahoarad that inatrnment to
he in perfect condition, he said.
William Dunn, one of the men kill?
ed, wa9 in cbarge of the boiler yester?
day. He was au experienced engineer,
altbough during the 1084008 when ice
was not beiug harvested he was om
ployed in othor capacitics. The boiler
was used to foroiafa the power to drag
tbacakee of ice up the inclines into
Ladiesl Combine style witb solid
comfort. Wear the RED CROSS
SHOE, to be had only at our store.
I. A. Marahall * P.ro.. 422 King atreet.
Ix>n'Ion, Dec. 29.?A translation
made today of the Russian anarchistic
correspoDdence, found in the bome of
the dead raember of the Houndsditch
burglars, has convinced the police that
the gang was engiuocriiig another seriea
of bomb outragea in Ruaaia.
Tlie polico discredit the report that
the anarchists planned a demonstration
here at the time cf King George's coro
oation ia Judc London is looked
upoo generally by terrorists as tbeir
unly European refuge, and it is not be?
iieved they would do anything to en
danger their safety here.
The gang made its headquarters and
carried <>n a si.ie lino of burglary to
raisc funds for the manufacture of
bombs and the arining of their frienda
The discovery of the Terrorists will
have no other effeet, in the opinion of
the police, than to check temporarily
their activities. For thi* reaaon a
special s.juad of police will henccforfli
be dctailcd to try to prevent the gang
from opening an establishment in an?
other part of the city.
London, Dec. 2'.K?The suspecU ar
restad in the Houndsditch. police shool
ing affair, appeared in police court
today but were rcmanded to jail with
out being formaliy arraigned.
The prosecution announced that it
desired to complete the evidence against
the prisoners before making a Btata
ment iu court. The prisoners were ar
rested in connectiuii with the killing of
three policemenon the night of Decem
btf 16, a gang of burglars who were
tunnelitig Inthevaultof ajewelry shop.
The members of the gang are suspected
of being anarchists.
Make vour wife, daughter, mo'hor
or sister happy.The RED CROSS SHOE
will bring tbe smile. They give the
comfort and the atyle. J. A. Marahall
& Bro? 422 King atraet.
?"W rltten Se Yoa Can l_der_t___ II"
300 Pictures Every
400 Articles ?. U
250 Pages Month
A wonderful story of the Progresaof this Mcchan
ical Age. Iastructive, but more fascinatin? than
any fiction. A magazine for Bankers, Doctors,
Lawyers. Teachera. Farroers, Business Men. Man
uf3cturers. Mechanics. Has 1.200,000 readens every
month. interest? everybody. When you see one
you understand why. Ask the man who reads it.
Your nev.--lealer will show you one; or write the
publisher:! for a free sampie copy.
The "Shop IVotes" Dept. _^^f^0
things?Ho-.v to make repaiis, and articles for
n-niit: and shop, etc.
funiiture. wireless, boats, engines. magic, and all
the thir.gs a boy loves.
$1.50 per year, tingle copies IS cents
ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Or Addrew
POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE
223 W_hin_ton St.. Chicago
Oyster season Satisfactorv.
Kiclimond. Va., Dec. _*'.).?De.spite
an unfavoral.lc season from other
points of \ iew, tlie oyster industry in
Virginia aaa never in l.etter condition
than it is today, acoordinf tothe _ani<
tariam of Uie8tatc llcalih Department,
Tlie oystenneii, in every j>art of Tide
waler, bave I'cen careful tn fonform to
tbe regulatiiiiis ofthe d.'partmentjand
have placod tbe indiislry on R basis
which is now abora crittcUm in most
"The icgulatioiis adopted by the fed?
eral government. and Hy tlis state for
tlie sanitary comluct <>' 'hc oyster bus?
iness,'' said Aaactaal G-flimh-doner
I'ninian of tlie llealtli Department 10
day, "have been accepte I almost with
out qaeetien by (hc oystormen. Bome
of tlien) who looked at tliese regula
tfoos aith doubtful oyc. bar. r_a_'
pl, tely cli'inged ?|ii ir opinion and de
clare th >' the promulgatinn o! th ?<??
lilles have he, Il ihclie.St -tepeVIT t.lkt'l
for the trade. " _
PIFTY YEARfV KXPKR1KXCE OF
A.V OLD NTLSK.
Mr Wlnsibw'a Soothing Syrup la the
prtx-nplioli OfO00 Of the D-St leiiialc
h-ians and inii-cs in tl<e I'nlted
and i):i- heen ub_I for flUty y_9_ra
irith !?.<?? er-fkillng aiteoct* i>y mllllona of
motherafbr their ahUdren. lt rvlierea
thfl child from pain. eurca diarrhoea.
griping ii- the OOWtjls, and v.ind colic.
Ilv clrlB. heallh to the ciiild il rcst.s the
mother. Twenty-ihe eeutaa bottle.
"Will" Kdmunds, a negro, is cbarged
with seckina to ?t-iwinale H. W.
BooUiC, B Siii/ollc merdiant, by shoot
iug at him through a Btore window
v??t'-j ii',-. al i preUmiaarf beering
before Mayor NorAeet be was held for
tlie grand jury over the protest.s of his
two Ittoraeye. Ediiiunds had a dis
pute with Boothe about wcights. The
merobaht is alleged to have struck Bd
mund>. who left with a threat. He
returued witli 1ns sliotgun and tired
from tlie outside, but no one was linrt.
When ? oold becomes settled in tbe
system. it will take several days' treat
ment to cure it, and the best remedy
to use isChamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quickcr than any other,
and also leaves the system in a natura
and healthy condition. Sold by W. F.
Oreighton and Itichard flibson.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have you overworked your nervottfl
Byatern and caused trouble with your
kiilnevs and bladder? Have you pains
in loins, sidf. back and bladder? Have
youa llabbv appeanmct! oftheface and
under the eves? A rreqttent dealre to
urlne? U so. WlU-una' Kldney
Pills will cure vou--Druggists. price SOe.
WilliamIB M'f'g t'o., Props., Clevelaud.
O. Kor sale, wholesale and re.Uiil, by __
s. Leadbemtor _ BOna_^^
For the 75c
A Few Handsome
601 KING STREET.
OTK L. -Having qualified as admin
. i>trator ofthe esUiteofMlLLA KD P
VINC?NT, <l<?< ea.seil. all peraona ha\ in_r
claims against the _M otate are herehy
noUfled to present the same to me duly
verified for scttlcincnt, and all persons
indehted to BB-kl cslatc are liereby noti
ficd to make prompt payment or their
Indebtedneaa to me.
JOHN W. MAY, Administrator.
Mardi (.1..- < clcbration, Ponnacola, M<
blle, New Orleans, _"fbruar> t-MNttU
Aecount above ooeasion Southern Rall
wav will sell reduced Tarc tickots rrom
all'important Virginia points. including
Washington, D. C. to Penaaeola,Mobilc,
aml New Orleans. February -lsl to 27th.
final lirait to reaeh original sUrting jioiut
n'turning March 11, !__?
Original punhaser oftlckota ma
cure an cMcn-ion of _n_l llrnltto and
iueluding March 27,1911, l>y depositins;
tick.-t with speoialaJK*nt
Consult agents or write L. h. Brown.
Oeneral Agent. TOs-, l.'.th street north
weet, Waahington, _?. 0.
As is our custora every
year after Christmas we
place all holiday goods on
sale at actual cdst and some
below cost in order to cf- j
feet a rapid clearance.as we
never carry over holiday
goods if price concessions
will sell them. Hence you
will find here all this week
in every department big
reductions on hundreds of
good and useful articles.
We shall include in this
sale Japanese China, Ladies'
Suits and Coats, Men's
Smoking Jackets, Men's
Warm Bath RobesXadies'
Fancy Collars, Rag Doll
Babies, Billilcens and small
toys, besides many other
good and useful holiday
goods at cost and less.
If ALAQA GBAPES.
Pound CBke. Welb.
Leave Your Orders Now
Candies ol' all vari.'
(-hoeolate Dropa 124c lb.
Olobe Mlxture . I2*c H>.
Vietorv Mlxture . He II).
Golden Tray Mlxture ? lOc lb.
Beat Hn.keti Mlxture3Ibefbr... Be
Compound Lard, 10c lb:
Sugar. . ?>ll>.
We have I'oultrv ofall kiml
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Queen and Royal atreets.
'Phone, BellillL. llome87W.
Wm. H. Peck
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
QROCERXB8, PB0VMI0N8, WOOD.
COAL. MME, CEMENT, TERRA
COTTA SEWER PIPE. NAIL8,
OLASS, PAINTS AND <>IL.
piantity of new and BCMM
ei and aBeoadrtoandgbrlck
WM. H. PECK.
A larjre quantity of new and BBOOBd
hand luniberand se<-o!)<l-han.l?briek for
CIIAKI.oiTK.S\II.I,K AM' B
DAN RAILROAD COMPANY
odrla, Va., Dec. 5.1910,
To the holders of tbe Cbarlotteerttle
and Baptdaa RaJIroadBonda:Tbafbllow
Ing bonda dratrn tor redemptlon by loi,
in aoeordanae ? ?"? tbe terma <>r the
rnoitnge.wlll i>< ,V1 at Ibe office of
tbe PhfTadelpbla Trua iJ8Bfe Deposit and
Insuranee Company, Philadelphia, Pa.,
with acerued Intereat. on .ia.m at.y i.
1911. Interest 011 said bonds will
on .lanuarv 1 1911.
108, 118, 136, 166,
160, 1-1. 196,217.23
Noa. 118.269,262.384. 287, 294, 31<
... 123, |3l, 135, 487 7, 554,
561, ?::'. 590, ''.IT. 700 718, 724 9500 BBBb,
EDW. I DAINGERFIELD, ?
.111,1 AN T. DIKKK.
SAFE DEPOSIT ANBTRU8T00.,
dec5 td Truateea
OFFICK AND HTORKS: 1LV11T B, ROYAl. HT.
Dcaler in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul
Ficld and Garden Seeda.
WAREHOCSB8, BOrTH CNION 8TREKT, OJI
LINB OF 8OCTHERS RA1LWAT.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
Will always keep in atock the hlghea
grade r>t theae artlcloa.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
This week you will find rare
bargains in holiday goods of all de
scriptions scattered here and there
throughout the store. Come, for
these prices were never so low on
518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
One half square of ground. Excellently
located for dwelling or factory sites, situ
ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick
and Henry streets.,
Price, $1,750 Cash.
Six fine building lots on north Wash?
ington street. These are the closest lots
obtainable from King street. Low price for
a few days only.
Thompson & Appich
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
Our Annual After Christmas
An opportunity for you to spend your
gift money to the best advantage.
All fancy articles re?
duced to half price.
D. Behdheim & Sons
316 KING STREET.
John Ahera & Co.,
Corner I'rinee aud Coniinerce Stroe>
WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCER.
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Countrv produee reeettad daily. Oui
stoek or I'lain and Faney GroccriO- em
braccs evervthinj; to Ih> bn<l Ifl this line.
W. boM l&rgely in I'nitcd States bond
ed warebouse and carry In Btock various
brands ofthe best
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in store Miperiorgradea
of ForciRTi and American
WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. ?c
Satlsfaction Guaranteed aa to Price and
ilied aa executor or tbe i -
MARGARET BRENT,deceasod.all per
__ving etelnu ?nlnxt tbe
egtaie an- hereby notifled to present the
same to me dulv rerified i<>r lettlement
and all persons [adebtod to naid i
are hereby notitied tomake prompt pay
>f their indebtcdness to me.
JOHN D. NORMOYLB, Kxecutor.
CITIZKNS' NATIONAL BANK.
Alexandria. \ a
Alexandria. Va., December __, 1010.
Ata regular ineetinj: of the board ol
directors or the <iti/ens' National Hank.
of Alexandria. Va., held this d
annual dividend or ti per cent was de?
clared. payable on .January 3, 1911. to
otoekholders or reeonl as or that date.
i IARD _vl. OKEEN, Caahier.
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N. E. Corner Cameron and Koyal Streets
General Commission Merchants
and dealors in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX,
XX XX and l'ure Old Rye,Old Cahinet
and Monogram Whiakirm; also Baker's
and Thompson's Pure Rye Whiskics, to
| whieh they invite the attention of the
(>r iers from the country for morchao
i diae ahull reoelve prompt attention.
( onaignmanta of Klour, (irain and
Country Produee solicited, for which
they guBfantsa tho h igheat market pricea
j ancf pronip returnat
Rough Dry?7c lb.
All pieces washed.starched
I and dried, ready for iron
ing. All towels, bed and
table linens ironed and fold
ed ready for use.
Our Wt(o? Will CalL
Banner Steam Laundry.
1)00 Oronoco Street.
Ageney 903 King Street. BarberShop.
SOLITAIR DIAMOND RINOB. fine
atonea; from 810 to $230.
fl. \V. WILDT * SON.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and prolits>30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commeroial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolutc safety and satisfaction.
Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidenv.
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.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
STATEMENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER J, 1910.
G. L. BOOTHE. President
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President
J. J.GREEN.Aaaiatant Caahier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE!
BENOIT BAER. JR.
M B. HARLOW
GEO. E WARFIE1 D
JAS. F. MUIR
FRANCIS L. SMITH
I.oans and Investineuts, pM.l.t'25,73
I'. s UondsH. li.,o.M.00
Banklng Houae. 7i.*>l.Gl
Due rrorn Banks and Bo
5 Per Cent Kun.l. :'?,000.00
Burplnsand I'rofits. im7.74i. :t
Other Liabilltles. lv: -i
This bank with its aioplo capital and surplus its adequate equipineui
and faeilities. soli.its the accounts of manufacturers, wholoaalers, retailers
and in.lividn i!- OB the best terms cousistent with sound banklng.
N'o aeeettBt too large to be handled satisfaotorlly; none too amall to ba
of Alexandria, Virginia
CAPITAL, $ 100,0007 SURPLUS, $ 125,000
Edward L. Daingerfield, President.
Carroll Pierce, Vice President.
Richard M. Green, Cashier.
Edward L. Daingerfield
J. Clinton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts
Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce
M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert
I'. S. Ilonds to secure
Bonds to se.-iire U. 8.
Other Ilonds and
Bankine House and
Banks and Be
- ? 116,483.07
Surplus. I (10.000.011
lii.livided 1'iofits. 27,434.85
U. S. Dtposit. 1,000.00
60 Sheets Paper.
Special For the Holidays.
616 King Street.
Kot Chocolate. Lifgett's Chocolatcs.
No Xmas Dinner
Fruit, Pound and Jelly
Cake and all other
H. BLOCH'S, 615KingSt