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????. MOND* . -. i* NO, APR. 6.1908. Local Matters. Sud and Tide labia. Baa rises tomorrow at 5 16 snd sets ititi High water at 12:19*. m. and 16*31 p. m. Weather Probabilities. For tbis sectio i f?ir*.l.Kht'y coeler tonitjlif. Ti esday fair; variable ?iud?. CITY DF.MOCRlflC bO-ftflTl-ES. Ao adj urned nr-etini* of the city democisiie: commit're w ,k held at the Opara House t'-tfe la.i Setarday i.jf-h*. Mr. Cbail*-* He. drieinn, chairman, pre aided, and lhere were sin pre*e?nt Messrs. Phillips, Ri*beill, Cook, Bnll, Breot and Fi*her. It was derided lo hold a prirrmv in theSeond and F< unh ware-* April II fer the purpjse of nominating candi)** > * for tbe Bosrd of AMnnun and Oils Ojuncil. The primsrv will he io prat,. ress from noon until 7 o'clock p >?>. Ia the first ward Alderman .1 M. Hill and Councilmen H R. Burke hm i E. S. Leadbeater were d?cl?red the non - ioeea. Io the Second ward Aldermen W. W. Ballenger will he opposed hy Mr. Harrie Wbiie. For tbe Cum rn on Ob ia* eil ia tbe Second ward ibe candid un will be Mes*'*. Robley D. Brumha-'k, Howard W. Smith snd Carr ll IL M-v, Couocilmr-n Henry Straus* ?nd .1. Y. Williams declining to stand tier ra eltc'ioo. Ia the Third ward Alderm*u H. K Field and Couoci!iu-n R. L Monroe ani .1. T. H'rrsou were re* dared the notnim-es, ihey n< t hsvi g opposition. Ia the Founh ward Aid -r* mao \V. H. Sweeney was declared the nominee. Tbe candidate* for the C m mon Council will ba C. B. Marshitli, F. (J. Spinks, tbe iocuml-eot*, and C. Vf. O'Mears The expenses of tbe primary will be borne by tbe candidate-1. All tickets o be used will be furnished by ibe com? mittee. Tbe committee adjourned to meet April 15. MR. DOWNINGS ADDRESS. Mr. Robert L Dawning, formerly an actor, delivered an intern, ing addre?* yesterday afternoon ip tbe Young Peo? ple's Building of the M. E (-burch Hjuth. The auditorium wi* pack d to its fullest capacity. Among other things Mr. Downing said he had followed the profeasion of an actor for 32 years, dur? ing all which time he experienced un? easiness and a longing for something Le did aot possess. He had now found whit satisfied the cravings of his im? mortal soul. Mr. D-wning's address wis at times fUvored with pleasantry. He delivered a short addrca* at the night aervice in the Method it Episcopal Church South, and it ls -.o sole tbat h will jo.n Rev. Mr. Bulla in a aeries of revival service-.* io that church. At the meeting in tbe afternoon selections were rendered by the Masonic quartette com? posed of M<**rs. George H. Evans, Mar? shall L. Dinaiddie, *?. Frank Field and Kenneth Oj-den. So many manifested an interest last night thu' il w*a decided to hold ano'her service tonight. '?THE OAK FARM At the r'(|U"*- of li" nisni-ri r? ot lha Alexandra Free Kinderaar en, li? Elks' Dramatic Club, under li - il re i en of Mr. A. 1>. Montier, will pi i!iicj, he comedy drams "(),k Furn ' il lie Opera Hnu-ie about ihe fir.' . M-jt, With the following css'e : 8 ls*. Vi - le r bv, ow ler of 0 k F rm. Mr U, y Flviachmani ; Donald yVea'hf-rl j aides* soi, M-. H-u-y B. Qi'a- ; I >*l Weather--'*, hi* vouageal a;u M.. H. Linden Wheal*-*-; J nsih-in \. M the village p a ion*'.tr, Mr Edward J. Fleminir; .1 ada e. il livr'.ct acho-l ib- . Vir DavH E Robey; Dr. WiUoee M-r*diin, be vi . *? ->hy*i -cian, Mr. J. Free! Burel-; Wtlliogtoa (?ray, a travtl g a*l*s*aaai*, Mr. Prank "W. 8 ni h; M.*. Sarah W atberby, Silai's wir*>, Mn H. Frit* Hi'.der; Helen Wumbull, Si la j'a ? e a, Mis* Marla Fjouoo; Cyii'lei-i Wai oar tr end of the Weitherov*, M ai I U N B??****? ; -Vlly ?Huart, child ot a ?jnghur, M n A. D Montier. TRAIN DERAILED. The a-rnd *:>c ion ot north bound train No. M ol 'h Soa'hern Kiil-vy was wrecketat Tye R-v r, ab-a! 140 miles south of this ciiy, st 1:40 o'clock laat night. The train wa* running at the rate of (fi in le* sn hour wben the accident occurred, *nd the e*--ap" of th* crew without seriou* i- juries is regarded as miraculous Tbe train, which it* o*e<l for ihe transports'i >a of vegetable*, wa* followin* closely No. 36, snd in passing Tye River it split tbe switch. cau-iiu.* th-* enei'ie snel seven ol tbe cars to leave the* :r ck rad turn over. Eogi tie-r Walk'ii . Fireman Carr and the flu/Tin were ou the engine, which.it i* aaid, turned over twice. They re? ceived painful bruises, aa did also Bag? gage tn ss'er Mayhugh. Tbe track wss cleared as Hoon aa poaaible, and in a few houri traiaa were again pawing the ?Cone of the accident. FEJULIAR FIND. A msn uamed Lucas, wbo fishes a sdne iu th* Pit .mar, near thia city, caught a larjre number of bf si Saturday morning. H-> sold one to a bu* ness mm on north Fairfax street and wb<n it was cleared it was found to contain a haod'ome watch chirm shout the siz* ol a gold dollar. Tbis ii not more remark? able tbsn ih*> girl oho lost a diamond in a B*tb -fluo'y or t ard while in an ap? ple tree an I lain dla ove-ed it in a mel low apide which -be plucked Irom a ina ia the -rardea, tba* provirg that the l?reciou* s'on ' f. Il snd lodged in a bios ?om and waa in beilul in the apple as it develop 1. 111: FI-HKRY. Tuere were (-.int tigns ol lite at Fish town this morning, lwovt*sels were there ani ?>flp a otk wai in progrea* on the wharf a* h<.? been he ("-We-^in recent yens, tl*e kalk of th?- herriog ?ctugbt ia th-* river ur- "atrock" on the shores, alafwd ka barrela anil **-nt by a'aani**ra lo th -j p > t. auto which they are forwarded ie d fl-raal |*arUol Vir? ginia. Th - ?> aamar Atm Arundel landej (100,000 herr.nj al tl ii place thi* nnornio*-. Ihe-.**' Ath .-..c qioted at 07.M to f*- pm tboasaod r*h*d are anil selling at*$00 ta two a hundred. Kennedy'* Laieetive I'oin-h Syrup n.u ler.'inplly >el Hf Iv eeil t!i?- l>e*\.?-i-., llireeiigh whiahtMaall ls fare d oat <*l the aj stem, aaa* at tbi* naine* time* e.iLy-1 iiiHaiunistion. aoM ?by W. F. CreiKhtou k Cm Money can be *i v o by buying your ?boas at Marahall'a, 42H King st real. -OBOOL MVTTERS. }. Maph;* - hool examiner lier .h.- ,1 irict.aud V > . M. Robinson, i i a-, li et', nf Ricbin.'.d, were in th's ci y t div and visited Superintend? ent ol **cho I* Kemptr and -ever*! of tbe school trustees. They bud moir bu?iif?i with iheFairf*x **b<v.l trustee* a-d his evc-ning left f >? M?n**ei* on * -i lal buaini*) .Mr. .Ni- pb s *t?'tu that be had no power nor intention af inter terring with the city ichool board in refeience to a new ?;hool building, but I rn* ly wi*hed to talk over the matter with ih" trustee*. Mr. Robinson said there was no such officer >* scbo> 1 ar C 'i'ect, but that lor Kerr*- yest* yat he h tl rna^e a *? ecial vol e*ch"r.l ba' d ng*. They visited the Reving buildiug an said tbat the building would do for a temporary school building. Thi* build? ing ia now being fl ted up for the four schools wbich bave been removed from the third thor of Peabody building acd will probably be opened tomorrow. The boys' school removed fri in Academy buil ling will be opened in Armory Hall on .Thursday morning. Mr. Maphis aaid he came here on in? vitation ol Mr. Yatea but could not atop the traoafer of the girls' school to t*** L .ing building, as he bad no authority o do so. FAIRFAX NEW SCHOOL BUILD ING. Mr. C. 0. Maphi*, school examiner or thia district, and Mr. C. M. Robin ion, architect, of Richmond, who hs* bara engtged for some time past in prr ptring plans, -?timate', etc., for erec' ng school buildings, was in tbe city t - ">v *nd met Superintendent M. 1>. Hall, of Fitirfax, and some of the tru> ees of that county in reference lo Ike -rtction ot a <*ehool building for ih*t :ounty. Thereof the proposed bulld? og is two acre* of tb<* Shooter's Hill property taring on ihe Duke street road xtinded and adj lining ihe property of he Alexandria Water Company. PERSONAL. Miss Mary A. Deot bas returned from Maryland, where abe bas been visitirg dative*. Mrs. Hunter McGuire, of Richmond, * the gutst cf her son, Dr. Hugh Mc? guire, at his borrie oo Prince atreet. Miss Annie Ansley is ih? guest of ber i'i er, Mis William Albert Smoot. Mis- Chri.tine Pattesin. of Johns own, Pa., s tbe guts' ot her s.strr, dis. P. J. Djwney, at the Colonial, on jorth Fairfax s'.reet. Mrs. A. A. Warfield wss a visitor hsi week ol the Misses Fish' r, of War -enton. IELLE HAVEN AMUSEMENT OO. Mr John .Hunter is pleasing great ?romi't, at tbe hall of tbe Belle* Haven Vinii-emeiit Company with illu*tratfd ong*. Tonight tend tomorrow In will ung th it very ernie selection, "Com IJ"0 Sfi ti," in coi junction wi.b * seri* * if Ute motion picture *urj*-c's. You ur* ti no danger while wi net*, ne thc entei sinments, ?s the B Ile Haven Oom >t.iy is considered one of the safest muses in the city. Go early and cirry lie oabif*. There ia ample room for ?srriag's. See advartissment. CASE CONTINUED. The only case before the Police Court li- morning wa* that of a young man iv log in the southeastern suction of thi* ;iiy *?bo bad beer arrested on suspicion if stealing chick*- * from Jones's Point l'i>e accused said he purchased tbe foals mm another msr. Io the absence ot nt'erial witnesses the caae was contin? ue! until tomorrow morning. The young usn gave bond lor bis appearance at that ime. FAMILY REUNION. Trie children, grandchildren and ??eit-grandcli'dren of Mrs. Annie E. Ki igbt, tie h ? number of thirty-seven, iuthered ai her re'idence, 209 Gibbon stree', yesterdsy io honor of ber seventy .i i'd lirthdsy. Among tbe remem? brance* were seventy-three beautiful -amati-ns from ibe grandchildren. Mr*. Koigli s one cf four who are left who li-is live I iu lhat aee'lon of the city since I S.V_>. MON EY "FOUND. During a low tide issi Saturday a -eil ired man di*covered a silver dollar in ibe sand at the outlet of the lewer ai the dock at tbe foot of Fayette alley. Liter another cjlored man, oho had ?i-< n diggiag in 'he sand, found seven -liver dull sra. Toe eight piece* were c lined the munt* ye*r. ?> t>er darkey* have since b en digging *? 'ow t'de, bu' io more money ha* b?en I und. De-Witt's Kidney and Kimi ? r pill* aie preempt and ihoneugh *ni) a I in * Munt 1 me Mr-iiKtiien weakened ltietue\*e anel allay iroiileles ari*-inK from iotlamaiaiion .?f the bladder. Fold hy W. F. Creighton k ' o. We are brim full ol spring novelties for man, woman and child. See our line of low aboe*. J. A. Marshall * Bro. 4*22 Kiug *ireet. I RESPECTFULLY announce myself a* candidate for the Common Council fr.em Second w?rl, in tba democratic primary of April 21*1. CARROLL H. MAY. april td-* BP. O. KL K 8. -Me etii?? MONDAY, ? April >?, 8 p. rn. Iti*'all?iiiiii cf <rti er* f Ihvted by social session. itv order of HARRY FLttSIHHA!**-*!, F. xii ted Rui->r. F.J. FLVMIXG, Seeretary. tpf.i 2t K(JR KIM. Hon?e Ra BU Prince .treet, Alexsuelria, V*. Fn*'e***i'eii given May Ut Apply i.i Cha*. Killi- -\ Sou Co, Inc., north Lee .treet. apr-t tf_ EGOS FOR HATv-MINQ Bsrred Plyiuouih Riv k. from the TaaaJi son and Gardner A Da* ala? irtfaiaa. tl (io ner selting of 15, or ?*>*" Wi -er iiuinlred. A-. eirene Wt north BS. A?aph itrtet. cit v. FOR EASTER Books, Booklets, Bibles, Epis? copal and Catholic Prayer Books, Hymnals, Book Marks and Easter Post Cards. The assortment is a very large one snd must be seen to -?fc appreciated. S. F. DYSON <& BRO BM KING ST. Keit ta aba Open Hone. _ furtic? Brother* SAP MAPLE SYRU. 'lu* Lat-al CATSUP. ASSORTED JAM' ?ed BARRO BEANS lust r-jo-riv-jd by VTrwrr ??.**? Reduetions in RAISINS anti CURRANTS. ?Best Seeded Raisins, 12e. Bert Cleaned Currant*., Hie. For aale bv S.C. MILBURN. DRY GOOD**. EASTER GLOVES. 1 Lidi-*.' .i-elt.p GU.-? Kid felivr?. i i l* >. ?my. ler.eevn, I lue, r^d, wieite , -teed <* I f\i\ blaek. special. J) I .UU Lidi-*' 1 eli-p !'. k'. Kid I brown, ? !?> te, kt ray, rd, blas gre-u. aud bl*, ii; n-irulir$1.86quaiity. Byte (Ittf* Lad'e*' l-i*!a*p Chimoi* Glow*, in ihe nm ii ral color: re?nl*r |L_ quslit-, Oft.* -ipeeial.vO? L**die*' M button Glam Ki.I Olav s, la tau. Mack ami ?hire; n***alar WM C *> -jr nuality. Bj**ar*ial ..?.. **P"-' *-?*' I^Ha*' 9* laSB S ie le* L *l ? 01*1 la ia-., cray, watte ant M.. k pre Cf)* 1,/uiees' 2-cla*p eieeiit.'e tipped *H k li .. .- , iii mode, p -iijjt-e, nt. br.ewn. Bray, blee, I lack, an<l white. "Sayaar" make, For 50c and 75c I.Helies'la-baUoadoable QI ve?. in hus, bsowi, ni.e-Ie, pnaaa*. e%ey, greta, rurtet, Copeulr.K.'-it, le *e-k, ;i .1 white. ' k e> - i>er" nnd "fowomt" make*, For $1.50 and $1.75 laiistargMBni 4-ao to tao Sfveiit'i Mi 421 tt* 4'_*i I'ij-litli ?tf WA-tHINUTON, D 0, Jjt-Wi'l'h Lillie- Ea-lv Ri er*, llie' little liver pul*. Ho] I by *V, P. ( lablhtaa A r?' . Tans sre the real I nial for .print ?e?r. We bandta "iif ** ll *' llaa u to-vn. Oar motto, big hg r>> d?. I w [.rees J. A. Mais'iali <t Bra , 4'ii K i g * rei i. LOCAL HKKVITIE-*. Ignite a number of aili titer,:*- flew over ihe eily ya*taidai going cou b. The sdi.lom r Ovatai Bar, loadad with lumber b* H. K. Ki ld A Ob., bs* nail d fir lower .Much niue Tbue v.ell be h mr a ing ot M-.ry (Jus,ir* L*e Chip ir at L . (' .i ]? Hall tomorrow alternoou at :; .M ck. A gentleman who took a trip to two of thelxg- ashia.* aboraa on the P> tomsc ye*ter**ay report* h ri ct'eh. Tue Epiacopal Bigb ?? * ii? ? ? 1 b team win In m Vf ? aro Higo, ? t W - - logion, Si.turd-ty af ter norn on the in i'? ^routi - by lu IO I I 'ht annual meeting ol the * ockb* 11* er* of 'li- National Pi I El* bibil Ooatpany wa* hi id at it* i Iii e in '.bi- city today lor the thc ii n bl i Hi *ra A ouu.ber of tbe jun or ila**, ot ibe W .ltbam, Ma**., bign achoo1, w!hi are I gh'*eei-g in Wi.shiugtnn anil vicinity, ?i iinled Hie aarvic-ea in Cbriit Choi h, jes en.'ay. 1 ho regular monthly meting of the Woman's Auxiliary lo K K Lea Oanp *ill be held in Oonfadefati Vataraoa* BoHdiar, tomorrow, Tuesday eveut: f, at 7:30 o'clock. e**oot in tho chimney ol tbe ofl the Alexandria Elec'.iicC mp.ny caught lin* this n-eOMiiiu and filietl ihe room e*itb sm'fke. Thc Gre waa -.u'ldued by au extinguiaher. A special meeting of the Columbia tire comp.'ny w.ll be held ai 7:80 o'cli ck tonight when Baal arriiiigPiiR-i).* will be madt- fot the concert to bi-given tb-* latter part of this mouth. In thc Corporation Cou.-t tulay Mr*. Lucy E. Studdtj rpfleli il a*. adtaioli irstrix ol the estate of her basbaad, the late Isaac M. Studd*. Tb* astata "a* valued at about 11,000, The last of li spacial L-utcn lertice will te held in St. l'aul'* ("burch li "Dor* row night. Kev. Boban E. Broaaii g, of Wa* irgtOB, will |ire**rtc-h, au.I I will be sung by M sn Kata Smoot. K*-jnold*, the four-year-.ild non of Mr. Edward W:llihtie*i. Hail g .u Doo atraat, waa badi j Mitta on thc ac* amt arm by a il "g or-, upper l'r: nco SI real laat Saturday Hf'.ernoou. H*"" wia a'* tetedid by D . Baltb, "Basti rt" tb valu-ebl) I till do Mr. I/mi-* Scott, died lb** mnraiag. He was kr.own all Of rr Iowa I rh* lol?l li-ience i od ??? od nature, ll* Bgurta ir one'i tbcaiorkaol Ba)pb Hci.i) Bar bour, a ft.end o' hi* rn*.* er. Pn uk Ba liaaort ct lora I, tbe pol c* yet-terd**- thtl he li ase-atiled and robbed ..f a saaall ian of mon-y 1 .te Saturday n ght on Patrie Lr 'tree-, ut*e<n Wolla and Wilgi-.*- ll ci uld n et iden itv bi* M-*ailtot. The funeral of the Ute P. H. Dar* nond, lor msny years tiain di-p-tihe for tbe Sou h rn Rntlway at thi* pince, * ho iliad Thursday nigh', wa* he).I te - .e-day morning frota tb* il ly Cr a* OatleHlee tillich, I.vtchborg Tba ii Urment w ? in ihe Holy Oro * C Bl eiy Tbe newlj- letted < Hi r* i Al-x andria L d-te, S . 768, B P. 0 E , of ihs (it?, wiil be Lsi-lltd toaigbl by Mr. Hatty Fleiacbaaaao, the retiring exalted rul-r Tb-* bssioaai meeting will be f dlowed by a social aeaalow, ol whicb M j William M. Smith will be tbe chairman. Tbe wea'her yesterday roon.ing was bright and springlike In 'lc after? noon, however, the wind t li nyel ?outheast and ciomly coaditioas lol owed. Liter there were Ifgbl raina, During laat night thewird ib-ngflto he northwest and fair and cool weather nas since prevailed. Tba body of Oorneiins J. Desmond, a lerk in the I' at fi e D-jpatrtaaaBt in Wsshington, and wbi my* eriou*lf tlin tppeared a we;k sgo, was found in be Pei'omac mer ye-terday midway ?jetweeo tbe H g*iway and lUilroad Oiidi-e**. Thee lint r dec!><r el it waa a csae t f suicide*. Tue family c'aim be was Butlering from aberration ol mind. Frit-el t 'an.. S0o[doaaa. Veact bli ruef-day, *l t.ii???!?->- aad miu-.I > el ia soaa vi.>ud*T, VYednesaay snd Fri.lay. C. H. Xi ni me mian, Murket t nnrotf Ail want Ibe best. The He-*, Walk Iver, R;d Crow, and Queen Quality S ines are to be had at J A. Marshall h IWr. , 422 Kina *tiwi n->*21 if HORSES FOR SM.i A fine driving 1R)K**K and j number ol WORK HOI.M-.*- lor kaie. Appv to LAW IB STeCKLM -.N, Bred.l.i k lleii-l'i-. apr3 l.?_ NEW PKUNE8 and EVAPORATE!* P?J S.CU f* inst raoaivad by 1, O, MILBURN I ftejr Mr, John Hunter in Illustrated Songs At,,UC| I p EVERY EVENING, At the tf DI. Un I ron. 7: W te. 10. scents HA VPN MATINEES: No Higher. ?*?*?-? e_*l^. Satureiays Only. Absolutely the Safest Motion Picture House in the City. ROSENFELD'S Ittith 'I'hones. Both 'Phones. W omen> S.ylish Inexpensive Suits. We bate Sol a 'r m Jin up. You are nure lo lind a price lhat suits We bsve-* nts ot all the | o\ ular f*bri(* snd with all h- laadi*g jp*etd Ooaia aad eSklrta. You ste Miro to fi fl e? hi> l? H.* piesses. .lu*! arrls-fH 25 a.ore *>ilk .iumprr Polia, in all lb* le -li g sh*de?, r $1250. Exquisite Easier Millinery 'tim ''? iMr ?,, ll ita la a last from --ihe hsmln mttt, the prtttitsr, the ..nev r bek'l Ht?r?neini; In anea aa low tte lend -.t'epei *,| $-..*>ll. Women's Fressy Separate Skirts Ai. i ?'.? i i ii.i-- . a st lha sa* evh Mi.f -ilk, Prsoeh VeV-e ? i'o mna Ballia, tn in vt ta Mt .",11. DfrrPD TIME I ?"???'"' inBer. nLLILiU ll.iiL I 8a-.**-* r^ea^mt balcaT?r. .V m--- Coal *r? neil ii i* bs vier. Paeoiala for t iii * w* ak. White Sheer Lawn Shitt Waists with Em? broidered frrnt. Regular Price $1 and $1.25. For tbis Week, 75c. ROSENFELD'S, 518-70 King St, Alexandria, Va. H'.V\ ULA** Kl -K PUB* UNO ttOODH Raster Ii Just received a lot of MERRY WIDOW SAILORS from 75c up All Co'ors. lina 11 hMbboao ind Plowan fir T'imtring H*'*. Trimmed Rough and Ready Sailors 25c and 50c r-:-ii Trimmed Hats for Misses and Children At 75c, 85c and 98c Easter Baskets . 5c to 25c Rabbits and Chickens ... 5c to 25c Natural Dui ks . . 10c each1 Garden Seeds, lc package ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and King Sts. H.F( ll K AL * ll 1 I ll kn You Had Better Let Go af lb' i'le* tll?t elee-trif il* .? I 08 t. li^btii!^ un I it (ea e.tl er thia***, li aaa I"- "?-t'i*' to 'I" si i eet >ii>ibiii(-. Make usa vi-it aad lure ,.:??. von ll s aJaay Electricity Can Do For You ii >..u aaat to be wa/aa taa-a ii an i lee- ri ? I miter, ft \?n wai i t > ba .- ??? inc i'm. Wi aaaM .-,. <.i ?ita * I mt bit "I ?'? Har a**** ui tome aad tai lavin fe.r vrrnr* aita g- f.er in te> ve ire y- ur house sa yi I eau e"j ex thi Ul Alexandria Electric Co. 502 King st. Bell Thone 1*3. Rugs, Clocks, Pictur*s, Btdspreads and Kable Covers 1 lah or Ka*) Pa*, aw ats. Il E. Webb, 135 So Fairfax st. mar2l ln>_ ( om-i;iji:h \i i. v i 11 i; ,>?*. \ I u; ** 1111 \ : Tbe rrgolar moathlv ne lina and > em will iv bald MONDA ? KV KN*. INO, April 6, at Sp. bs, A toll sttaaaaaas Vi. a BMOOi**, | oaiBiaadar. . I.OR. **-ijtitant_ I fol Sll PACKAGE tl'A PO KA Tun APPI.I-.** I Or. 1 pouti'l perks^e Cle?neil ("urniiet*. ga; B**l > u*r ? i.r.- ' i Le Ile-*, U?e- V*eiii;i|. f,,rueei She.ul.leis, IO-pouml; 1' na, lOi ? I _'rlpeir? BUrad i'.ueapplc, 10c ran. W. P. WO<>I.L-*A-*i)N\ _ Rnv*l ami Wolff Si*. Go e.1 value* iu COFFEES, it 1.5c, 18c, 20c. Ibe., ;iU- ami Xx- pe r |M.uud *t J.e. JalLUHRS. ?TAl'IONKKY QOOD-j MiW-YORK IRIBUNt Se* Yi.rr*. April I, 1:**. li. E. Koight, Alexandria, Va.: I>.;ir Mr. Kalah I : On .Siuiilav, Aieril 6th, THE NK'V Yol.K TRIItCNK will ?.I" rilli -ll|e| 1 ll !? t Which Will be- ill llie- li ??.ry e.ii llie- lei.; I :.tt*-.| .? itieet, which take* pta-* in Na* ^ *rk beter ill llie .letll. 'Ill * -Upple'llie-nt rt ill e-eenfill He --Iel;''- f*" e > 111 Oardiual i.ii.i.i.ie-e. r?r iiml fagot* of lr. Ui e| hihI the I aden of th* r*ri >u<dei nminstioo*. ineladiag: Bishop <lr**-r: sp-**!*! articles^j Ar hbishop <-e'..linell, pf ! t .-run, >eii I pr, Joha Tal ot Smnii. aa iotervie4 with "ireh li-lmp Farley, .v -r -?:?-?. ol old t'ttholi familia*, eh-., rod fully ha f I lim.i-f I plf-tup I, Uoay et saar putin* will aa do**bt le ??-el i i tin* gre .1 tattara, aod would like * ropy ni lill-. I lit lil',-* r. ?*. a souvenir. .-.i (eel leer eire u';i ?-. iliverti-iiijj tl',:- lillie I' ***?! lllfleeM- . tuple ililli fee. ir elli >*? 11r ard* i i * rx i i pvptrs Remember the r*a >?, B'ttiey, April ".ti. Youri tiuly, VY. B. BRYAN 1. Cirealatloa Manager IMPORTANT TO NEWSDEALER e. rb* KASiEi: Ne'MI',-1. of Tilt'. NH ' YORK TIMKs .rill be lamed Sondav, April Kb, int, A ni.i(fiiilii e nt proeliu-tion, siirpiewinif ul! ia efforts io picton* h.lor aad ha'f i..m. Bia pages davoSed tn the Lal -i Spring Fashion*. Sn I.e. ii ti.''ii I leie-tnre* ?ll worth fraialag, A* theee "ill be * big 'leiniuiil tor tie Et BTES V MUK" ol the Times I ha a BrraiiKe i to have * -utli.-i*-n nip1 r (hi hand. The ablive iiiriitlmn il pieper* will be leen ml *t ni) Itara all next wei lt. R. E. KNIGHT, Up-to-date Stationer and Hook Seller, SSI-SSI SSS KINO RT. KF.AL ESTATK. For Sale. DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS Six Fine !?uilding Lott in Del Ray. Within .e 1 VI feel of Ml Veriee.n A ve? nue Kile ll i.el ha* H (rf Sllil * 'bplll nf : 18 feet Ten Well Located Bargain I ot*. Kij^ht at Braddock Height* .-lilli..le. I HEAP ber CASH. Kllif ee|l| ee luelle V fe.r < .ee-e ll 1 ? t ie ll, M 1 llCHe I .t. *re* I .fennel tn un re s? in v*lne. Three Desirable Building Lots on North Royal Street, Sfear Can-area itiaat, Tbeaa lotahav. s froataga of 4*) fret toa depth of 180 f,.et 0-O-O 1 Tiree Choice Building Lots on North Columbus Street, It'eenrt Heeiise .-., nit K-eh ieet hs* :e fraelaga of 30 wet sad * death nf no fr. tte, -ii ?1 ley 13 feet .*> indies wide An iile*l loe-ation fur s linnie. o-o-o Four Beautiful ?'lidding Lots >t the *oatbwf*l eoroetot Mt. Var non xiiil AlejtMi ilri.i Aveiu* s, in Rr*H elfee-k Raight* having * fr.eiitHye ff 1 'll (eel em Ml Vernon Avenue- aad a depth of lui feet. Mo bettor alta lo ihi* sat i "? hf ? sabarbaa hom . o-1>-o Nearly one-half Square of Ground on North Payne Street, beta sea Prioe* ai and Oio< e> o (treats Tu ? grfcaad aaa ba rabdivided kn ? boil-Mag Int-', et It, t will sell reHelily. Two Admi'ably Located Build ing Lots on South Alfred St B*i?e-en I'fitice Mr..I Puke lUvini- a frrn a.'e of .'-let Mini ileptb nt ldl' feel toa IO f'*'t ?He-. ty Room li, Alexandria N.tt'l Ban a Bid*t King and Royal Streets. Rell '1'iione ?J.-t. Cipital City 'I'll fine* U FOR RfcNT. . iie-ii-Mhlet**.. Kory brick DWELLING N' nb St A?apli *tr***t, in ?plei,.liel e-.,i,.i tion. Coatalaa a wan aad bath, sml gm. iry cellar. Rent $1x1*1 per month. Key?*i ajyaaaaa, .luHN D. NORMOYLet. apr.'.'it_C.mer K mg mn 1 Royal St*. FOR RI-.NT-R'X>M- over tbe offi,-e o the Po?.t*l T*-le>*r?pb Ceeuipmy, 417 Kitu itreet. -onie aartaal-s Jar elah non - either, fur *?-rk turi it* iii Benefit lifo Ik. 0, NEWARK, N. J. Established 1845. Total Assets January I, 1908 (Market Valuesl $111,905,798.66. All improvements in policy conttacts are applicable to old polity hold, rs without rt qm st on their part, keeping all po icy holden 011 Mime footing. This is being ABSOLUTELY MUTUAL The only three sources from which dividends can honestly come are Saving in Operating 1'xpenf.e**. Saving on Mortality Rate. Income from Investments. l**a Expense Ratio Among the (ft 11| |(! towwt ^ Vlortnlitv littp Among th<* Lowest. Income Rate Among the Best Insuring Large and Stable Dividends. _ASK_ F. L. SLAYMAKER, 313 KINO STWIET, The Alexandria Amusement Co. 426 King Street SUBJECTS FOR TONIGHT: Squally Beach Comic Man Who Walks on Water wonderful. Adventures of an Overcoat very Funny. Way Down East Dramatic Come and See These Pictures and Cure That Case of Blues. Admission 5c. Matinee every day at 2 30. GIFTS FOR EASTER cecond to I bristtntu, Banter is th* Creal f.ift Season of the year. Our assortment ol Suitable Easter (.ifts is large and the range in price and variety of articles shown RMirea a pleasing selection at this store un t-asy matter. See Our Show Window. Brooches * M i?: MMt. Belt Buckle*.$1 50 to $500 Collar Fina... M " 4 (Hr. Signet Rings. 2.50 to 1K<)? Necklaces 2 Ol) " 12.50. Scat! Pi'-s .50 to ? 50 Lockets.. .. 2.0" " 10.00. < ii tf Huttons * I.*1" to 1??00 Saunders&Son,629King Street. '?.ROCK ?aa***Rnnmav S->ll* the Rent. 25 CASES Pawnee Oats Good. IO Cents a Package. o-o?o 0. Wm. Ramsay. FANCY No 1 Mackerel WHITE AND FAT. 0. Wm. Ramsay. 250 POUNDS Fancy California Pitted Prunes G. Wm. Ramsay Login Tomatoes WHOLE Q. Wm. Ramsay. THE BEST. Toasted Cerealine CORN FLAKES 10 Cents a Package. o-o fi. WI RAMSAY. Opera House Moving Pictures I he Metropolitan Moving Picture Company. Saturday Night Special Show. Camble for a Woman. Artistic Kag Pickers. Cook's Fiance. The Tulips New Songs. Admission to all , ... 5c B. B Smith, Manager. 'Die* Kine*! of Everything. DR. JOHNSON'S Educator, V linril, Otietep WHft-T for rlv*i*e*,)iici. Price 20C lb. DR. JOHNSON'S TOASTER ETTES ll- K'lur*i<ir U'-fer Malted aril toa*t i* r-icki-r lor sf-rvinf* wilh Price 28c lb. THOS LANNON, Cor. Cimeron and Pitt Sts. Manning JOowman Alcohol Gas Stove A beautifully nickeled ga-i ttoio I ? li* ame .'. tb* oriinnry g i* atnte. '.'in b** carried anywli.-ie?in tiie [.i<nic lei.ke-f, suit cae or auto hamper?*lw*.ygreiiely tocook. With - iliih it ii fer superior to the old-f.i.tiione-1 alcohol burner. Twenty-five cent* worth ol' d- na tiireei ah'Oliol tmVmOm e-noiigh KU la keep two burner* going I ln.urs. Made with single *r.<l double buintre. i'or tal* bj K. C. ACTON & SONS.