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VOLUME CXI.?NO. 310 ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATUKDAY EV ENING, PECEIVCBEK 31, 1910.
STEAMERS
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Co.
Every day in the year for Fort Mon
roe, Norfolk, Newport News and points
south, via superb, powerful steel palace
steamers.
Leave Washington,C.45 p. m.
Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft. Monroes7.00a. m.
Arrive Norfolk 8.00 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth 8.00a. m.
Leave Portsmouth 5.00 p. m.
Leave Eorfolk G.OO p. m.
Leave Ft Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 6.30 a. m.
Arrive Washington 7.00 xlra,
Through connections made at Norfolk
with steamers of,the Old Dominion
Steamship Company for New York and
MSrchants' and Miner's Steamships for
Boston.
General'Ticket Office, 720 14th St.N.W.
Bond Building, Washington, D. C.
Phone Main 1520. ~
Seventh street wharl. Phone Slain 3760.
Alexandria wharf foot ot Prince street.
W. H. CALLAHAN,
aprl lyr General Passenger Agent.
Maryland Delaware and Vir
ginia Railway Company.1
SPRING SCHEDULE.
Steamers ol this line leave Alexandria
on and after May 15,1910,
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY at 4:30 p. m.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS.
Cuisine and appointments unexcelled.
Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York solicited and handled '
with care Through rates and bills ol
lading issued.
Single fare to Baltimore, $2.50; round
trip, ?3.50; staterooms, one way, ?1.50
Meals, 50c.
REARDON & GRIMES, Agents,
Foot of Cameron street.
SCHEDULE
i
Steamboat Co.
Effective May 9,1910.
Steamer" Capital City,'
Leaves Alexandria at 6 p. m. on Mon
day and Wednesday for Parham's Point
and lower river landings. Return early
Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave
Saturday at9 a m, for Noniini and inter
mediate landings, returning Sunday
about 5 p. m.
Steamer "Wakefield."
Leave Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday
at 9 a. m. for Wirt's wharf and all inter
mediate landings. Returning leave Wirt's j
wharf at 6 a. m. the following day and
arrivingat Alexandria about 4 p. m,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot of Cameron Street.
Telephone No. 50. jel4 lyr
A Reliable
Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
it quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
It cleanses, soothes,
heals and protects
the diseased mem
brane resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in the
Head quickly. Re- ]
stores tho Senses of I
Taste and Sinell. Full size 50 cts., at Drug
gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents.
Ely Brothers, 56 "Wanea Street, New York.
When you feel SSSSW:
nervous, tired, worried or despondent it,
is a sure sign you need MOTT'S SiER- I
VINE PILLS. They renew the normal
vigor and make life worth living. Be
3?"? Mott's Nervine
TDJllo Price $1.00 by druggists. Wil
lllli) liams Mfg Co., Props.. Clove
land. O. For sale, wholesale and rotail,
by E. S. Leadbeater <fc Sons.
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
lutely NO
WASTE
Established!! 792
and see our new Parialin Toilet
V**. Tb^^rp^dahug.,
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLT AT
GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312
PKINCE STREET.
[Entered atthe Postoffice of Alexandria,
Virginia, as second-class matter.]
Tkrms: Daily?1 year, $5.00; 6 months,
$2.50; 3 months, $1.25:1 month, 43 cents
I week, 10 cents.
Tri-weekly ?1 year, $3.00: 6 months
$1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, 25
cents.
Contract advertisers will not be allowed
to exceed their space unless the excess
is paid for at transient rates, and under
no circumstances will they be ailowad
to advertise other than their legiti
mate business in the space contracted
for.
Ilesolutions in metanoriam, of thanks,
tributes of respect, resolutions adopted
by societies or persons,unless of public
concern, will be printed in the papar
as advertisements.
THE ANNUAL DEATH LIST.
For over a quarter of a century the
Gazette on the last day of the year
has printed the names of the white
adults who have died in this city dur
ing the year. Death has r.ot been
busy in our midst, as it will be seen
that the number of Alexandrians who
have paid the debt of nature during
the past three hundred and sixty-five
days is not above the average. The
following who composed part of our
community this time last year have
joined the great majority:
Allison, William A. May 8.
Agnew, Park July 14.
Allen, Philippa P. August 16.
Avery, John W. September 19.
Adams, Sarah November 20.
Bradley, Anu Eliza Januiry 22.
Bond, William H. February 23.
Burroughs, Thomas F. March 12.
Brown, Angonetta March IS.
Benson. Mary L. May 10.
Baldwin, Margaret J. June 17.
Butts, Frank M. August 11.
Burson, John W. August 10.
Bateman, Samuel September 21.
Broadus, Thomas A. September 21.
Butts, II. T. October 8.
Barrett, Kate October 19.
Boush, Nathaniel November 4.
Bender, Charles H. December 19.
Carr, Alice February 7.
Callahan, Marguerite R. March 14.
Corson, Eliza May 8.
Cragg, Thomas July 11.
Carter, Luther July IS.
Carr, Joseph July 21.
Cross, John Reid August 12.
Cleveland, Arthur September 7. .
Craven Ethel November 8.
Cook, Enoch November 14.
Callahan, Sarah M. December 9.
Daniel, Mary A. February 1.4...
Downey. Thomas J. February 16.
Dreifus, Joseph April 20.
Dunn, John T. June 16.
Davis Mary M. July 23.
Dealil, William A. July 30._
Dreifus, Julius September 5.
Dove, Charles E. September 10.
Dunningtou, Mary E. December 17.
Deeton, Mary A. December 29.
Edclcn, Fannie E June 7.
Ellis, Mary C. December 20.
Fornshill, Archie January 5.
Ferguson. Linden February S.
Fendall, Lily February 24.
Fuchs, Katharine March 8.
Francis, George W. April 6.
Fair, A. J. June 5.
Francis, Ajnanda June 9.
Force, Isaac P. September 22.
Gray, Harry January 2.
Griffin, Frances B. January 5.
Green, Mary Ann March 23.
Garnett, Samuel II. March 29.
Groves, Eliza April 22.
Godey, H. B. August 2.
Gaines, Albert J. August 5.
Greene, John S. August 9.
Gregory, Isabella G. September 4.
Gooding. Richard September 16.
Gunny, Judith December 16.
Horseman, Joseph A. January 13.
Hart, J. Marion January 6.
Heury, Samuel February S.
Hill, G. Powell February 8.
Henderson, Jennie March 1.
llill, Zoro March 4.
Hamcrsloy, Eliza March 23.
Hughes, Susan R. June 16.
Hanrattv, Lizzie June 20.
Harper, F. S. June 23.
Hyde, George W. July 4.
Harden, Earl July 31.
Huntiugton, Mrs. Haven Septem
ber 2S.
. Hall, William R. October y. ?
Henderson. Ella E. November 13.
Heisley, Kate November 19.
Herbert, Ida M. November 26.
Hall, George W. December 25.
Irvin, Mary September 23._
Jamieson, BettieW. May 5.
Johnson, Thomas J. June 20.
Johnson, John T. September 1.
Jasper, Thomas E. September 10.
Kemper, K. January 26.
Kirchner, Rose June 23.
Kramer, Jennie July 17.
Kane, Ada September 11.
Kicherer, Frederick September 19.
Kennedy, Michael September 29.
King, Charles December 26.
Lankford, Annie February 20.
Larmond, John W. March 25.
Lyles, Henrietta April 11.
Lunt, Mary H. April 29.
Lyles, Samuel May 2S.
Lyles, Edgar October 30.
Lynch, William J. December 13.
Miller, John January 18.
May, George W. January 20.
Moore, Susan K. April 4.
Maya, William H. April 9.
Mully, Eliza April 21.
McVeigh, Elizabeth T. May 29.
Murphy, jr., Robert June 17.
Morris, Mary June 23.
McCanley, Anne July 8.
Maukin, Alexander August 21.
Mills, Clarence August 29.
Mum ford. Viola M. September 16.
Mullen,jr., William H. September 16.
Muller, sr., William H. September 19
McCrink, Thomas September_2S.
Mc Daniel, Sallie Y. October 7.
Monroe, William H. October 29.
Monroe, Ulysses M. November 12.
Meade, George T. November 30.
Marye, Morton December 22.
; Nails,:W? April. 14.
A MISSISSIPPI
^ENTHUSIAST
Mrs. Lena Gresham, of Clinton,
Miss., Has a Few Facts to
Tell Our Readers About
Cardui.
Clinton, Miss.?"Thanks to Cardui,"
writes Mrs. Lena Gresham, of this place,
"I have been greatly relieved."
"I suffered for three years from female
inflammation, and had taken medicine
from four different physicians without
much benefit.
"I have received more benefit from
seven bottles of Cardui, than from all the;
physicians."
" Just try Cardui. That's all we ask.
It speaks for itself. It has helped so
many thousands, it must be able to
help you.
Trying Cardui won't hurt you. It is
safe, harmless, gentle in action, and
purely vegetable.
If you are weak, tired, down and out,
try Cardui.
If you are sick, miserable, and suffer
from womanly pains, like headache,
backache, dragging feelings; pains in
side, arms, legs, etc.?try Cardui.
It is the medicine for all women.
It is the tonic for you.
N. B.?Writs to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chafia
Dooea Medicine Co.. Chattanooga,Tenn.. for Spec/a
Instructions, andC^-oagc book. 'HomeTreattneal
for Women." sent i' wrapper, oa request.
Noble. Joseph M. June 20.
O'Meara. Sarah C. October 11.
Posey, Mary E. January 11.
Padgett, E. E. R. February 5.
Parker, Mary A. May <i.
Payne, Bessie July 10.
Page, Mary W. July 24.
Price, J. Hanson December 26.
Rotchford, Pamelia It. February 11.
Rice, John S. February 10.
Roberts, Mary E. February 18.
Ryan, .Toroui'.'.h T. March 1.
Ryan. John F. April 24.
Ramey, Bessie March 21.
Roberts, Margaret June 3.
Risheill, Thomas V. .Tune 20.
Ridgway, Roy C. August 20.
Rodgers. George H. December 21.
Sisson, W. E. January 10.
Skidmore, Elizabeth January 21.
Sniuks, sr., Frank C. January 22.
Stone, Oliver January 31.
Smith Catherine March 20.
Sisson, Bessie April 12.
Schoeni, A. T. June 21.
Sinclair, James A. June 22.
Sutton, Ellen June 2!).
Sandman, Benj. June 25.
Sipplc, Mary L. July
Smith, James July 1^>.
Simpson, S trail E. July 25.
Scott. Eliza Ann August 4.
Self, Milford B. August 17.
Sutherland, Thomas September 21.
Sbafer, Frank S. September 25.
Swain, Mary 1). October 12.
Sutton, Kate October 10.
Snowden. Wilfred November 18.
Strotlier. iiorteuse November 7.
Shiveley, Ann D. November 10.
Sipple, Samuel S. December 17.
Travers, William January 24.
Tackett, J. E. February 19.
Tyler, Harry C. March 1.
Travers, Robert A. March S.
Thorp, Laura May 11.
Trimyer, Walter D. August 12.
Turner, Jessie November 0.
Vermillion. Mary E. November 27.
Vincent, M. P. November 20.
Wilson, Mary E. January 2.
Welch, Bettie A. January 8.
Wells, Cornelius January 20.
Wingfield, Madore E. January 24.
Weadon, Carolin April 13.
Woodfield, Mary A. June 2.
Walker, Jesse W. June 17.
Woody, J. P. June 21.
Washington, George August 3,
Waddcy, Mrs. Jame3 E. August 8.
Whittington, Sarah September 0.
White, Annie November 7.
Webster. James F. November 18.
When a cold becomes settled in the
system, it will take several days' treat
ment to cure it, and the best remedy
to use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quicker than any other,
and also leaves the system in a natura
and healthy condition. Sold by W. F.
Creighton and Richard Gibson.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains
in loins, side, back and bladder? Have
you a flabby appearance of the face and
under the eyes? A frequent desire to
pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney
Pills will cure you?Druggists, price 50c.
WilliamsCo., Props., Cleveland,
O. For sale, wholesale and retail, by E.
S. Leadbeater <fc Sons.
For the 75c
and $1.00
Ornaments.
A Few Handsome
Salad Dishes
At $1.25.
601 KING STREET.
TheQualityStore
i your next order
try our
This Week.
and
Phones?Bell 'M, Capital City 167.
Xrroas Specialties
M ALA G A GR A PES.
FLORIDA ORANGES.
Holbeierlciu's Fruit Cake
Pound Cake
18c lb.
18c ll>.
Leave Your Orders Mow
Candies of all varieties.
Chocolate Drops 12}c 11).
Globe Mixture 12*c lb.
Victory Mixture . lie lb.
Golden Tray Mixture , . 10c lb.
Best Broken Mixture 3 lbs for... 25e
Compound Lard, 10c lb.
Sugar 5c lb.
We have Poultry of all kinds.
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Queen and Itoyal streets.
'Phone, Bell 180L. Home 87W.
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WOOD,
COAL. LIME, CEMENT. TEItRA
COTTA SEWER I11PE, NAILS,
GLASS, PAINTS AND OIL.
Ivory Wali Plaster
A large quantity of new and second
hand lumber and second-handjjbriek for
sale cheap.
WM. H. PECK.
CIIAIILOTTESVILLE AND It API
DAN RAILROAD COMPANY
Alexandria. Va.. Dec. "?, 1910.
To the holders of the Charlottesville
and Rapidan Railroad Bonds:The follow
ing bonds drawn for redemption by lot,
in accordance '-"h the terms of the
mortgage.wil) be , n'i at the office of
the Philadelphia Trus i -Safe Deposit and
Insurance Company, Philadelphia, I'a.,
?with accrued interest, on JANUARY 1,
1911. Interest on said bonds will cease
on .Januarv 1.1911.
Nos. 2,19, 30. 63. 65. OS, 103, ilS, 136. 136,
1G0, 1S1, 196. 217. 233?$1,000 each, 913.000.
Nos. 255,260,262,284. 2S7, 204, 310, 328,
357, 396. 423. 431, 135, <137, 49S, 505, 537, 554,
561,579, 599. 6-17, 709. 71S. 724??500 each.
?12.500.
Nos. 755, 711?$100 each, $200.
EDW. L. DAINGERFIELD,
JULIAN T. BURKE.
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.,
Baltimore, Md.,
deco td Trustees
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
OFFICE AND STORES: 115-117 N. ROYAL ST. !
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul
tural Implements. Vehicles.Harness,
Field and Garden Seeds.
WAREHOUSES. SOUTH UNION STREET, ON
LINE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
arid ail kindsof Mill Feed
Will always keep in stock the highes
grade ofthasearticles.
The Right Whisky For Everybody
WAKEFIELD RYE
ALL KINDS OF WINES FOR NEW YEAR'S
Lo wen bach Bros.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
HOLIDAY
GOODS
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
like goods.
Rosenfeld's
518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
FOR SALE'
One half square of ground. Excellently
located for dwelling or factory sites, situ
ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick;
and Henry streets.;
Prtc@g $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 Appieh
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
LORD FAIRFAX
BOTTLED IN BOND
ON SALE IN ALL FIRST CLASS HOUSES
FAIRFAX & CO.,
423 KING STREET SOLE PROPRIETORS PHONE 136
John Ahem & Co.,
Corner Prince and Commerce Streei
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERc
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produce received daily. Oui
stock of Plain nnd Fancy Groceries em
braces everything to be had in this line.
We hold largely in United States bond
ed warehouse and carry in stock various
brands of the best
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in store superior grades
of Foreign and American
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT, fife
Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price and
Quality.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.?Having quail
ified as executor of the estate of
MARGARET BRENT, deceased.all per
sons having claims against the said
estate arc hereby notified to present the
same to me duly verified for settlement
and all persons indebted to said estate
are hereby notified to make prompt pay
ment of their indebtedness to me.
.1011X0. NORMOYLE, Executor,
dec15lOt
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK.
Alexandria, Va.
Alexandria. Va., December 22,1&10.
At a regular meeting of the board ol
directors of the Citizens' National Bank,
of Alexandria, Va., held this day, a semi
annual dividend of G per cent was de
clared, payable on January 3, 1911. to
stockholders 'of record as of that date.
RICHARD M. GREEN, Cashior.
I
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
| N. E. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets
WHOLESALE GROCERS
i General Commission Merchants
and doalers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX,
XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet
| and Monogram Whiskies; also Baker's
| and Thompson's Puro Ryo Whiskies, to
which they invite the attention of the
I trade.
! Orders from the country for mcrchau
! dise shall rcceive prompt attention,
i Consignments of Flour, Grain and
: Country Produce solicited, for which
; they guarantee the h ighest market prices
' and promp returnst
; FAMILY WASH
Rough Dry?7c lb.
All pieceswashed,starched
and dried, ready for iron
ing. All towels, bed and
table linens ironed and fold
ed ready for use.
Both Telephones.
Our Wagon Will Call.
Banner Steam Laundry.
909 Oronoco Street.
: Agency 903 King Street, BarberShop.
SOLITAIR DIAMOND RINGS, fine
stones; from 810 to $230.
I . H. W. WEL9T& SON".
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 accounts invited in both our
Commercial & SavanegG Dopartmcnts
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFICERS
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
Department.
HB
STATEMENT OF THE
First National
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER I, 1910.
OFFICERS
G. L. BOOTHE. President GEO^WARFlELD^Cashicr
M, B. HARLOW. Viee-Prcsidcnc
J. J. GREEN. Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE]
BENOIT BAER. JR.
M O. HARLOW
GEO. E WARFIEi.D
JAS. F. MUIR
WALTER ROBERTS
FRANCIS L. SMITH
RESOURCES
Loans and Investments. $f)l.">.l2-"<.73
U. S. Bonds
Banking House
Due from Banks ami Re
serve Agents lf?$,120.22
Cash \..
fj Per Cent. Fund
.?M).00
3,'291.6!
.*>2.012.00
.000.00
$1,329,179.61
LIABILITIES
Capital Sl00.0f>).(W
'Surplusand Profits 1S7.7-4I._M
Circulation l??.0? ? > ?
Deposits
Other Liabilities 1>
$L329.17:m;i
This bank with its ample capital and surplus its adequate equipment
and faeilities, solicits the accounts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailer*
and individuals on the best terms consistent with sound banking.
No account too large to be handled satisfactorily; none too small to be
appreciated.
of Alexandria, Virginia
CA PITAL, $ 100,000. SURPLUS, $ 12 5,00 0
OFFICERS:
Edward L. Daingerfield, President.
Carroll Pierce, Vice President.
Richard M. Green, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Edward L. Daingerfield
J. Clinton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts
Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce
M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert
RESOURCES.
Loans $746,933.36
U. S. Bonds to secure
circulation... 100.000.00
Bonds to secure U. S.
Deposit 1,000.00
Other Bonds and
Stocks 52.371.0G
Banking House and
Real Estate 52,8.36.07
Cash 51,562.20
Due from
Banksand Ite
Agents. 111,920.73
? 116,483.07
$i,H9f?7.46
LIABILITIES.
Capital $100,000.0"
Surplus 100,ooo.oii
Undivided Profits 27.434.v2
Circulation loo.ooo.uo
Deposits 701.262.01
U. S. Deposit J .000.00
$1,110,697.46
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"VICTORIA FABRIC
Writing Paper j
60 Sheets Paper.
50 Envelopes.
Special For the Holidays.
29c Box* |
TAYLOR'S PWMACy;
616 King Street.
Sot fihocolate. Liggett's Chocolates.1
AfVletryXmas
No Xrnas Dinner
Without
51
Fruit, Pound and Je^y
Cake and all other
delicacies.^
H. BLOCK'S, 615 Kiq SI
BOTH PHONES

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