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WEDNE DAY EVENING, MAY 6.1908. Local Matters. Sun anl Tide Table. fnn ri?e* tomorrow at 4.5. and sets 6:b8 Huh water at ll M a. ci. anl HM p. m. Weather Probabilities. Pur this aeclion continued rainy weatbei t -right S'ld Thursdsy, proinldy ole-ariiii with ilightly warmer Thursday afternoon fresh e*?t to eouthe st atnie, REVIVAL IN* ROANOKE. Rev. Charles D. Bulla reached Rna nokeyeserd ty afternoon. A large con? gregation wss present to bear tbe first sermon of tl." aeries whicb be will preach at that p'ace. His tex* was taken fr ni Habakkuk, 8. 2 : "O Lord, I bave beard Tby apeech, and waa afraid; C Lord, revive Tby work In Ihe midst ol tbs years, in the midst of the yeir nuke kimwo; io wrath remember mercy." His theme was revivals and be pro-ced? ed lo give a most interesting history of mmy ed the great revivals, both of this country and of Europe, and he spoke of ibe prominent part taken in some of the grsa'est by the Methodist churchs. Mr. Bulla af er speaking in detail of three of the greatest revivsls tbat have taken plsce in America, then put the imporUoi cjn-ry ? "When shall we have ano her ' He expressed tbe be? lief that it is soon to be ushered in; and ns perhaps the grea'eat that America haa yet had took place in a year of fi? nancial depression' who knows but thst Ibis year of business inactivity msy af? ford meu tb" necessary |ei?i*re for re? flection and introspection of llie-ui*elve* and thu* lead tn auother great revival? At Ihe conclusion nf hi* sermon he ?poke ittin*e*rl tr nf what Greene Merninie. I had been tee him in hi* early min airy aod alter aaOtBgatl who would do ai, to ahow their inieiea' iii Ihe mee'lng by aijoying ibu*n near the sit**, he cloyed ?4he first service in a fervent , rtyer for ilhe succesi of the revival. ? [Roanoke Ti mei. ^^^^ PROBATION OFFICER. At a meeting of the Board of Police Cla?tns?l?ainiiers of Richmond Monday uigut au officer was detailed aa proba? tion officer. In his hands will lie prac? tically the aalvaliou of all the eons-l-u tiousl drunkards of tbe city. He must observe, follow and report on every cate nf habitual drunkenness whicb may appear ia tbe Police duri. Under tbe fireseut ordioaace an opportunity lo reform will be given to erery man wbo IB btT'iUgbt to court on Ihe .barge cf drunk?iiae**, and it will be tbe oftest * duty to see thst the roan makes the most of the opportunity. If the drunk? ard fails to avail himself of the help offered, it means a jail seuteace. D, -io tbe other hand, it ia seen that lie is trying to "make good," every sid will Ibe given to him. The movement on the part of tbe Richmond Police Board is in the proper dtreetion. Tbe Police Commi*sioners of Alexandria may or may oat follow the example of the capital city in sr point? ing a probation OBBCtr, but tbe memberi of (be I'o'ice force should bs beld re? sponsible fur the enfoicement of the provision nf tba Byrd law tint mikel ll s Di'sdeiiieanor to h.ll I qoor to per ,no>sabers* wi ii' it ia lo abuae i*. Tbe eilli :?rs bare eve-ry opportunity to en? force thi* sectioc, POTOMAC RIVER BIBING. A diap itch from Cumberland, Md., says lint the o instant ram of ii-h.Iv two daya ba* caused a rapid rise of the Po? tomac river, sui uh mil it contiuue at the present rsl* it will aron assume ?sunning proportion*. J'he rain caused <a landslide on the BaltisaaerB snd Ohio Kiilroi.I uear Piedmont, W. Vs., bow t.litely cloting the track. So far the tide* jo Ihe river at Alex andria have not bc ci abnormally high, although there were Indications thia moram, that (ho water would aoon reach li-her points in consequence of the cootioutd rain and uoriheaiterly wind*. _ THE *UNKloN~srKAMER. But little headway had been made -this morning toward raising the sunken ?steamer Trenton, although BJOSt of the preliminaries toward lhat end had been ..perfected. Chains have been placed un ider ihe steamer and secured lo the .barges alongside, and tbe f ir mud por? tion of tbe steimer had been sligbly raiied. Th*) raia wbich was fniling ihis Boorning caused a temporary cessation of work. Wheo the steamer shall have -leen raised she will be towed iuto oneof abe docks aod pumped out. At 8 o'clock thia n'ternonn the itea_ ?er had been raited about two feet. FREE KINDERGARTEN. Tue monthly meeting of the direc'.on of the Alexandria Fra* Kindergarten Aisocialioo wa* h-?'.l yesterday after? noon at Mr*. F (want -tablet's residence. At thia mealing ii wa* resolved tbat a ?rote nf thanks should be extended to che Elk*' Dramatic Club for the enter? tainment given last night for the bane fit ?of tbe free kindergarten, especially to Mr. Mohtler aud Mr. Underwood for their untiring eCirta, anl lo Mr J. M. Hill ror the use of the Opera House. ejub*crip:lou* eif $1 each were cmtribu _ed by Mr. and Mr*. Lauren.* Stabler. MAIL DELIVERY. Rural Route No. 1 from Corbet's, Fairfax county, through tbli county wu today, through the exertion! of Congress? man Carlin, reported favorably upon upon by the postoffice authorities. This route will give 80 familiu who have not heretofore hsd free male facilitiea the advantage of such facilitiea. Rural Route No. 4 from Alexandria hu by Mr. Oarlin'a request been made permanent and will not he changed to Corbett!, Fairfax county, but will re? main at Alexandria aa at present. THROWN FROM A WAGON. Mr. Joseph Hartbower wsa thrown from hia wagon st (hs intersection of Frsoklin snd Patrick atreeta yesterday sad painfully 1 nj-j red. The accident waa caused by ibe vehicle partially overturning when lt rsa iato the gutter st that point. A wheel wm broken frosi a buggy st th* tame place a few days ago, and s lady wbo wu in ths carriage narrowly escaped serious injury. _eo_r ly's iaianvt- Cough Syrup doet rot conti,pete, but aa I Se oilier atna ii. laxative principle* stotly move- the b>? ela, i _lkt_?fl Ilk* it. ?id by w. k. Cisbrbtsn , i o. Money cnn be saved bv bnyitg yonr Shoes at Marshall's, 422 King stoat, 'OAK FARM." The Open Housa wss Us*, night filled to ile doon, sll 'he sests being taken and many a'andrng In witness ibe preseotation of this three-act comnty durna by tbe Elka Dramatic Club. The entertainment, as bat been stated before, wu f<*r tbe benefit of tbe Alexandria Free Kicdergsrten. Tbe following were those wbo look part snd tbe characters impersonated: Silas Weatherby, owner of "Oak Farra," Harry Fleiscbmann; Donald Weatherbv, his oldest son, Harry B. Q linn; Joel Weatherby, hill youngest son, H. Linden Wheatley; J inathan A Marah, the village pcs** mta'er, Elw. J. Fleming; Jocelyn O. Spndge, the dittrict school teacher, David B Robey; Dr. Wilson Mer? edith, the village phyaician, J. Fred. Birrell; Wellington Troy, a trav? elling sslesmau, Frink W. Smith; Mrs. Sarah Weatherby, Sills' wife, Mra. H. Friedlander; Helen Trumbull, Silas' niece, Min Marie Fannon; Cynthia Warner, a friend of the Weatherby*, Miaa Ids N. Breen; and Sally Sum!, child nf s neighbor, Mrs. A. D. Mini? ner. Without doubt this wis one of the finest productions of a comedy seen in tbis city for a long time snd did credit lo those wbo magnificently acted their various parla. It would be an ii justice to sll tbe performer! to mention two or (bree wbo were honored with tbe leading perta wben those who witnessed the en? tertainment kuowa that it was all of a high elsa*. Tbe audience was most ap? preciative aud heartily applauded each performer. Tbe stsgearrtngements and other details were io ihe hands ol Mi, A. D. Montier, wno deserves grrat praise for the creditable showing msde. It should he repeated to give our people a chance to see wbat talent Alexandria PQSBB BBB. ANNIVERSARY. The members of Bethany M. P. Oanrch are arranging to c-lebrale it* first auuiverssry, having beeu organized Friday, May 10, 11*07. At four o'clock on Kinlay afternoon next Ibe primary department will bave its entertainment aod treat io the Sunday school 100m of tbe First Peesbyterian Church. At night in the par), rs of the Confederate Vete? rans Us]!, Rev. W. Mr. I'oisal will be given a reception sud au iii erea'.ing musicsl and literary programme render? ed. Ou Sunday appropriate services will be heh in ths Sunday Behool ai.d church, conducted by the pastor. ALEXANDRIA AMUSEMENT CO. T_e Alesandria Amusement Company is nightly entertaining the people of this city wi'h bigh-clds* moving pictures. Notwithstanding the i n. lt ni en t weather and the performance glve-n by the Elka' Dramatic Club la*t night about GOO paid admlaiiotii tere reported from (he ticket office at 420 King stree'. All wbo attended pronounc-d the pictures excellsn'. See advertise reot for nightly change of films. MODERN WORK-EN. A meeting of ibe Modern Workmen of the World wu held yesterdiy at the ..ttice of Messrs. Norton and Booth, In tbis city, at which the following officer* were elected: S. J. Masters, chief wood? man; H. ti". Gamer, vice chief wood? man; J. B. Kinnear, luii-f scribe; O. J. Sudwanh, chief banker. The above named witb R. P. Andrews were elec'ed director!. All the cflicen ixcept Mr. G truer are from Washington, GAVE "BOND. Richard Simmons, of Alexaudiis county, who had been released on bsil to appear before U. S. Commiaiioner Ganeit td sngwer ihe charge of telling liquor without a license, was bsfore tbe the commissioner thia morniog. He gave bond in tbe sum of f 200 for his ap? pearance before tbe U. S. Court. ACCUSED DISMISSED. rheta was Lut one case before the Police Ci ii l thie luo.uing, that of Anio* Robinson, colored, wbo wai charged wi'b Bleating a pair of sh' ea irom Willi im Level, alao colored. Rib inson was dismissed, the complainant failing tn prove ibe cu tr _ a against him. THE sENATF. fae "Senate" held an interesting ineeuiig last night in the Young Peo pie's Building wben tbe question, "Re? aolved that ibe Di S. navy te increased fm per cent." came up. After an ani? mated debate the question wu decided lo (he negative. RAINY WEATHi K. The cloudy aod threstening condition! of yeiterday were f.llowed by rain through out moat of laat night. Rain haa fallen today at interval!. Tbe teropara ture Ls* been low with a northeuterly wind. ^_ W. C. f. u. The regular business meeting of ihe Allison W. C. T. l). will be beld to? morrow af ernoon at 3.30 o'clock al the Cnildrena IJ.iiur, ou Duke street. torForahonIjou rt. [Judgp L. C. Barley presiding.] Robert Obeeka vb. Mary C.B. Cheek*, both colored; final decree for divorce id ground* of desertion. ?? When your food fermi et namban lake Rudal. Take- K isis I now and until you know you arc right sgaiu. There isn't any doubt what it will do aod you will lind the truth of iliii 1'ate-u.i-iit verifie.l titer you have niel Kodol tor a few week*, lt ii sold here by W. F. Creighton k Co, We are brim full ot spring novelties for man, woman and chili. See our lins of low shoes. J. A. Marshall A Bro 422 King street. WANTED. A young lady to CLERK io store. Address KING STREET, care Gated* office. ma*6 it _ WANTFO?TO PCRCHAsh. A good six-room FRAME DWELLING with Urge yard. Price from $800 to $i,2<o. Ad dress tttting number snd price. ''ttO-LE BDYEH," care Ostettc office. n_)ti:;. t _ FRATERNAL ORDER OF E.GLE3. Iinportant meeting tonight at 8 o'clock. By order of W. P. joseph h. mar, lt Worthy S-cretary. NOTICE-COAL AT BOTTOM tf H MER PRICE*.. Just ?reived, bi'ge Nsn-rwond with 600 ton* of Beat Clean NEW MINED COAL at lowest eumruer price. Will be p'eaaeel to have yonr order. Both'phones. DbW. AITCHESON, ?pr22 107 sp"th Royal stree-1 LEADBEATER':* EMULSION of fVHE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL, oombtnerf with hypophoauhits* Bel bu e and Md*. Foar lase oaao* bot?a J*0 i*uts. For isla bj E. ti. LEA-D-EATEB A SONS. PERSONAL. Mil* Daiiy M*r*halt, daughter of Mr John A. Marshall, h.a returoed to he nome aft-r a hree mrnthi' viait In ha sisters io PhiUde'phia aod Atlin:icCity. Mr. J*mei G Peverill snd family hive re'urned from a v's t lo friends in Branchville. S. OL M?j E. H. Janney hu gone to Alli ance, Ohio, on a hu?inesi trip. Cdonel J 'hu S. M '?by ii quite aick it Oarli-ll Hospital, W-shin-ton, but bis condition is not serious. Mj md Mra A. U Johnton, ol Harrisonburg-, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jihnsou, in ihi* cry. From here they will go to the hume of Mi*a Ida Fine, in Fatiquier county, to ipend li? summer. Mr MmrPe B, DePutron, who for nerly lived in this city, and who bsa teen chief clerk In the chairman aid ?bief engineer ai the Panama canal com niaiion, hu beeu appointed assistant to ;be chairman and chief engineer. The ladies ol Ihe Girl's Friendly of hs eily laat night attended the recep ion in Washing.on given at Ibe Na ional Rfiet' Hali, by Ihe (Uri's ?Viendly ot lh*? dirc-se of Wa.hing'on. teveral tdd-esses were made and refresh neuta were served, af e'r which many urticipaled in a dance. Miss Annice Mason Washington, of wing George county, **.* married a few ?ya ago st San Francisco, Cal., to Mr. >*r?r Suter, of Sacramento. Tani, are Ibe real thing for spring ear. We handle the awe-Heat line In own. Our motto, high grade, 1 iw prices. . A. Ma.shill A Bro., 422 King Rtreet. LOCAL BREVITIES. Virginia Geary, colored, died at her 'me, 511 notth Columbus street on tooday. Mr. W. P. Graves has sold to Miss .'icy M. Grsveis houae sid lot 031 south 'sirfsx hIici t. A called meeting of the Cly Council ill be held tonight to consider the mat M nf an appropriation to a new -ohonl uildii.g Mr. Ferdinand Knight, employed at lie machine simps of ihe Southern Rail ay in this cry, wu struck in ihe eye y B niece nf steel n? Monday, which ?riou?|y ii j ired thal organ. Tbe four-masted schooner Maria O. ee|, which recen ly d s li ir.cd a cargo I ice at (hit port for the Mutual (ce ? uiipany,bas sailed for Bal (more where te wi'l be loaded with coal for a north rn port. A very BBBBBI I musical r-ervic** is to le -bl iu the Secon I Prenti) terian Church next ri lay evening A Isrg" chorus, which is tining for Ibis service, will bold its fina) ?near.*, loni Kb). It looks W thoup'i lite "long season ay" hs* set in. Dr. Hicks, Eye Spe-cislisl, 107 M.tilh Royal reit Examination fre-e. apr.*, lui Flied C suit ,10c doten. Vei-et bte soup iiesday, Thursday sud Salu-day; clam aoup ondav, Wednesday and Kridsy. C. ll. imiieriiiau, Market Bast?, iu?r5 tf All want the best. The Ueaa, Walk ver, Red Cross, and Queen Quality hoe* are to (ip had at J. A. Marshall Bro'*.. 4*8 kins *?.<?#? b?-81 If AUCTION BALE. ADAM A. WBBt Hi KK, All llll.N_._R. [VABB?BeBTOB, nc] Receivers' Sale in Hankruptcy f a Large Stock of Lumber, ash, I)oo,-_. Blinds. Molding, fUss, Machinery, Mill Work, If flee Furniture, Wagons, Unl? ess, etc., being the entire ion juts of the Thomas R. Riley umber Yard, 13th street and ^hlo avenue northwest, Wash lgton, D. C By virtue of au order ofthe 8uprenie Court H.- |ii*tii.t of ('uliiiiihit, holding H tank iptcy couit, iH re Tboniss R- Riley, bank ipt. No, Ff*, tlie mulei.igl.eil rr*cei,er* will ll by public audie i, st tue e. bo ve Lumber Yard, 13th and )hio avenue northwest, Wash igton, D.C., commencing TUES )AY, the 12th day of May A. D, 508, rT 10.30 o'clock a. m, and (intiniiini* u.iily a, the same hour mil the entire stock is disposed f, consisting of a large stock of ii ci-IIhiicoiis 1.millee-, B*SB (ojien and lassd), Poors, Bliuds,Cedar Posta.Coliiiiiiis, ?tba, iii_.'-e!i?iieou? Molding, Millwoik, -'niiliiv ami f-'i'iir Ef?nie*., itsil,.*,ers, I'! nth vi Corner Blocks, Flag VoUe, Pfais, Callie ral and oilier Glass, Hardware, Office Eur-I uie. Mill Machinery, Elevator, 22 Wagoua, a I liesa, etc., etc. Ths ahoys aj,ock ma, be inspected daily reviou* to aala. Terms: Ca*h. L. P. I.OVP'G, Receiver, dlr; Fi Uti 'tr,.t aV W. B. W. I" KKKR, Receiver, (ill Fourteenth street N. W. ros-fi pt n'uhington D. C. HINA, GL__8 -N-H-bll-iE FUR? NISHING jGKX>D8. Window Screens and Screen Doors Screen Doors, all sizes. Dark Doors at 98c jghl Doors at $1.25 and S1.S0] (AH Fixtures Curnished.) Vindow Screens, all sizes, from 25c up. Perfect Oil Cook Stover 2-burner size, $7.50. Gas Stoves, 2-burner, at $.49. Moth Balls, 5c pound, 6 pounds for 25c ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and Kins; Sta. LOWER PRICES) ON BACDN.-Oid Mi* mri Hain*, tte Mi 1.1 Cured Hams, Vc; reakfW?est.?v IV J. P MII-HFe Vg Choic* PEARL HOMILY aad BK! A j. j 'A-T-U-TR, for tal* st J. C MlLBCRN i NORTH AMK.'.KJAN'S U.jjEBALL EDITION. Exceptional a* were the BpetJ.il bsac ' ball editi.n* that milked ibe opening | of tbe baiebaii iaaacin?Bi H*(H; sud 1007, j the twelve-p?_e iii't'eraent in culcra, j which wil bes te "rr nf i. North American ti Band***, My 10, wiil eclipse them both. Never b'fore hs* th-re beeo inch bise bill Bctivily s? tbis yesr. Followers of sny of (he c! ut s will fi'id their interest* well cared f ir in li- ht special edition. The batting md fi figure* of tie'American bbs) Nations.! leigu'if.ir 1007 aro given In fall, a rear* euee to lettie ttnure argumen a. Tbe chase for tha mbbmI, tba' trophy which is tbe most soagbl or ?li rewards for at hie ic elbert, forms the lufject nfs fint-pigc story and aati.kiiig llluatralion in colors. H?hool new*, s ipec alty of The North American, ia takeu cir-* o' with a fu I pige. Colleges, eipecial y li .sr* nf Penn ivlvanii, are correspondingly taken care of. The back pige, in colors, is given op tn two striking group-1, pr. tile amelie* nf every member of the Phill r* and Ath? letics, something thit every fan will want tn keep. Altogether lb" mens* nf 1 pliyeri fi/u.e Ifl Ihit e iition. Order fr in year ti?w*ilealer n LEAGUE BASEBALL GAMES A!Mi:itl( \.V I.ltU.t'-. *,, i ns, Nen York '><? uki ct.. , Rois, Rt I on *, J: IXtrait, 1. J liilitel-li.liiM, 9; Podon, . ( liia-rtgaeClevelauil?Ran. HOW TIIKY HTAND. W I W I. Pct Pbils'pbia ..12 7 .tiAl I ChiciK" New York...lo e. .*? Boston.: ll .Tot e'levelaid... .o ii .i; ti j Wash's st.I...in*.tu s ....-. | U-.-ir..r. Iii ..; ri .NATION tl. I ItM.Ci:. New York 4; PhiL-dslsfal n. I. I'd'* B11-< hiia;c? Rain. HOW THKY STAND. W I. Pl t W F, Pel Chieajro.ll 3 .7Sf, I Phila'phia ...S 9 .471 PitUbur^ ... S 4 .667 \ Cincinnati .. 5 7 .-117 Nen, York...M 7 ..'.-* i Itr?klvn ... 7 ll ..'.?ll ll..sion. . I :. I ..ni-_H |.t .11-7 Wholesiiio PrloM of Prodnor, Floor Extra. IBO a ' 4 U Family. 6(0 a 6 25 Fancy brandt. BM a fi75 Wheat. louRlerry. 098 a Uti Mixed. 0X8 a 090 Eu.U . OSS s 090 Damp and tem_h. OrO s 0 So New Cob Corn, per bbl. .100 a 276 Corn, white. 0 7:1 a 0 75 Mixed. 0 70 a 078 Yellow. 070 a 0 80 Corn Meal. Oro a OHO Rye. (lsd a 0 86 Own, i-ixM.1. new. tl f;S B 0t(J White, BM. <>o3 a 066 Elgin Piiut Butler. 0X2 a 034 Butter, Virginia, packed. 0 ls a 020 Choice Vir,:11.1a. 0 20 a 022 Common to middling. 014 a 0 ld Ekk*. 0 16 a 016-i Live Chickens (hen*). 011 a 012 Soring Chicken* . 014, ft 015 Ilresseal l'o,;s. 0 li a 0 7 PoUtoe*. i-er bu. 0 60 a OM Sweet I'otate-ee* (barrel). 2 SO a 3 00 Yfttjm . Kt) a 126 Onion*, uer bushel. 1 _0 a 125 Dried Cherrie*. 0 12 a 114 Dried Avplei. CCMJ a tue; Apples, jier bbl. OOo a 8 M) Dried Pme-bea, pealed. (i I114 a 0 14 Pork, per lt*0 lin. 7 .Vi a SIO Bacon, count rv bains.;.. 0 12 ? 0 124 Be-t aai.'t-r au reel liirj.. 0 12. a BU Breakfa-l it*c,an. 013 a 013. BucHr-cnre-d shoulders. BIB a (11..4 Bulk sliortMen.. 0d7< a 008 Uri skit tide*. (.io i I) ?| Eat back*. 0(7. a 07< Bellie*. ... 0'i ? Ousj Sugar*?Brown . 471 a 4 M OH A. 0OJ a 6 M Couf. Mandari!. 000 a 630 Oniiulateel. f 40 a 670 CoSeea-Rio . o mi a 0 14 laOuayn . Ol', a 018 Java. 018 a 026 Molaaaaa B. 8...,. C 9 a 014 C. B. . Gie a O'ii New Orleans... 0 30 a 045 flusar Syrup*. 0 16 a 028 Porto Rico. VIS a 035 Salt?1>. A. DM i fi * Fiue. 078 ? 1(0 Turk'. IhIhii'I. 1 (*) a KO Wool?long, unwashed.... OM s 0 29 Waahed. 028 a 029 Merino, iinwashe.1. OM a 029 Du. s-siaad. BM a 029 HsrriiiK, EaMe-rn teer bbl. tit a 750 Potomac Ns 1. * 4 .6 No. 1 Cst l'utoiii.i.- Usiriai ??-'". a ,'S50 Potomac Omi ly roe.. .<M a 500 Da. half turrel . |M a 300 Polo,... Im'fbM... a 7 60 M-c-ker,-i. *,...,!i' I*, bid. ISM a 140. No.3 niesliuiii. HUI a I4b0 No. I. IBM a 1600 Plaster, ground, per ton. 4 faO a 500 -round in has*. f-00 a BM Lassa. IBO s 375 Cloverseed. eiM) a 756 Timothy. iib * 20 Hay. 1?M a 2000 FOIt SA I K FOP. RAI K *AI-I-:. tmteW ll CO c inner hsvini; no fatter ii* will sell eh* ip. ' sn lie seen ll th.- BOtl IWMI ...narr of Royal and Cimeron Street l, Al'j'l; l*J J/l nrerlb Renal sire*-t, na**] :; ? PURE WINES AND LIQUORS We de?lre to direct your attention to our enperior brands of whiskies. ARLINGTON PURE RYE (t years olet?unexcelled.) BRADDOCK STRAIGHT RYE None Heller.) (Absolutely Para.) soi a i.u. ai ii S 11"'- '" e' a -iii \ i kwh:. RILEY & SPINKS, 8. R "H: I'KIM K A.M. K"YAI SKBTS FLOWERS Violets, Carnation*, Rose**, Hyacintha, Tulips, Lillies, and Pot Plants. Mrs. F.J.Kramer Floral Co., North Fayette rurel. H.m I'haines. Mi i.i i New II, ad Ric* just received by _ i. C.. MILWTTRN. PR*Ml KR OA'I i'U*W in. c*?e? iUi rewsei.-l bv MILBURN. r educlicms lu r.AI.V.V* mitti CidtKAN I.-. ?Be.t Nested Raistaa, Ile, Beat < letned Currant*. 10c. For aale hi f. r* mp priRN F.ve bsrrelt HRJHZ- ('-vi'MBER PICKLES, in-t received lor aale at 90c par hnniirmei her I C.. M II.B '' W IV. .. | pRtVl If APO! kin ?Vpr.UPJX lot' -?. ?l??sri l.v Fitr* quality roraioea, bltck TEA: slao tun values in 60 and 60e G. P. Tess. _J C. MILBITRN. BAXKKI8.?A roo-1 ai-ortuient .jf Lunch BBd M.rk-i I ?.-*ts. .1 C. MII.RCRN LEADKEAIKI'.-'S t'-rie-cu-d Preparation . of theTssUle- Extract of COD LIVr-R "IL. | IS oases bottle* 75c. For tale by _R_n_rEADRFA1 KU A so Mg ""PURE VINEGAR and SPICEO for pick line fe*, wile by_J. C MILRPRN. j fiur dark Cape Cod CRAN tl ER kl"EB for ? ss.* by J C. MILBURN. I ^RYjlHX)D8^ Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone Remnant Day THURSDAY. Tomorrow, Thursday, is our regular Hemnant Day, and besides hundreds of good and useful remnants at very little prices, we offer the following special bargains from our Tegular stock for Thursday Only. You should come to our remnant sale every Thurs? day, as it will pay you. 2 C pieces Bates' 15c fine dress Ringhams, yard Q*V? Thursday only.y2^ O pieces Fine Black Taffeta ***- Silk, *.<> io. wide. Regular 85c quality. For Thurs-^-jQ^, day only, yard.*_?Vtw The well known Andros coggin Bleached Muslin, 1 yard wide* Regular price 12 1-2c. Special price for Thursday only YARD 9c Best Lonsdale Cambric, the regular 15c qual? ity, Thursday only, yard - Ile For Thursday only 50 pieces 12 1-2c Fine White Long Cloth, from 5 to 10 yards to the piece. Remnant price Thursday, yard 9.c 15 dozen R-ss Extension Rods?regular price 10c, special price for Thurs* day only, each - - 5c Clark's Best Spool Cotton, 6 spools for 25c Standard Patterrs IQ and 15q. JEWELERS Mahogany I Serving Trays. I Retutifnllr mounted in RHEE PII | D SILVER RAIL, foote 1 y bu I ai iii html let, m lr:, is, 20 inc> ea. pi, $10, iii. f R. C. ACTON & SONS, f Jewelers and Silversmiths AMUSEMBKX4. Alexandria Amusement Co. \2b King Street. SrBJKC'rs f'OR TONIGHT: -THE Tumid Workers Last Night's Show will be] repeated It was 90 good New Illustrated Song. Admission. 5c. THE PORE KOPI) STORE Virginia Produces the beat butter made If you are not aware of the fact try Midland Butter. Deli vert d to you fresh front the churn every FRIDAY. Price, 30c per pound. Call, 'phone or write Edward Quinn & Sobs, DISTRIBUTOR-*, car. St A?ph snd Oofie?.. Street! Strawberry ICECREAM Made from the highest quality of the real fruit. They are net preserved, but are fresh straw? berries right off the vine. You will be surprised at the deli* cious flavor if you order some for Sunday's dinner. Wholesale and H tail. ti RI-lfH 615 King St. H. PLUVsUb Both'phones. L* lirippe- it lost in oblivieo n hen a few dos* if uuyboo are takeo. 10c and 'ibe boxes, at E. S. LEADBEATER A SONS. I Citizens' National Bank Alexandria, Virginia. Capital.. $100,000.00 | Snrplos.. $100,000.00 OFFICERS : President, Edward L. Dangerfield. Richard M. Oreen.lCashier Vice Presideot, Carroll Pierce. E. E, Payae. Ant. Cashier. J.C. Smoot. Worth Hulflsh. Urban S. Lambert. DIRECTORS: Edward L. L-Ingar fis ld M. A. Ahern. J. W. Roberts. Csrroll Pierce. Patrons having! accounts in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT wiil please present their books to have interest due April first credited thereon. Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited. Interest Paid in Our Savings Department. KB I SUPERLATIVE FLOUR YOUR GROCER KNOWS "THEY ARE BEST" . GOLD MEDAL FLOUR WEDDINfi GIFTS OF THE RIGHT KIND. No matter what it is, if it's STERLING SILVER snd it's useful, it will mal^e a nice wedding gift. Every woman appreciates some? thing nice in Sterling. And immediately her eve feasts upon some pretty article, she instinctively looks for the little word quality. "Sterling." Always give Sterling Silver. It co.tt little more than thc other kind, but is much more appreciated. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, $5M up. " Sugar Spoons, 2.50 up. * " Cream Ladles, 3 00 up. " Pickle Forks, 2.09 up. f Saunders & Son, 629 King <.tr#?ef?t. GROCERIES ?Ramuy Bella the Beal CHEAP 700 pounds FINE LARGE Prunes Prices Reduced 2c and 3c a Pound. G. Wm. Ramsay. .is'cAS-s. Pawnee Oats Good. 10 Cents a Package. Q. Wm. Ramsay. Loose Rolled Oats 5 CENTS a pound At RAMSAY'S. THE BEST. Toasted Cerealine CORN FLAKES 10 Gents a Package. The Eine*l o' F vam bin*. Virginia Claret 25c a bottle. 5 bottles for $1. THOS* LANNON, Cor. Cameron and Pitt Sta. J>RY GOO DH. Special Sale BLACK WATERPROOF India Silks 36 inch Black Waterproof India Silk, Lyons dye, 51.25 value at 89c. 27 inch Black Waterproof India Silk, Lyons dye, $1 value at 85c. 27 inch Black India Silk, our 59c quality at 49c. 27 inch Black India Silk, waterproof,Lyons dye our 75c quality at 65c, New lotof th? popular Dotted Foulard Silks Pongee and Satin fin? ish, 69c to 75c val? ues, at 59c 27 inch Rajahs, all colors, including black and white, $1 value at 89c SALE OF Black Taffetas 36 inch Black Taffeta, guaranteed, tbe heavy, rustling kind, our $150 number, <fc i 1(. This week *PI.tV 36 inch Black Taffetta, our QQr $1.25 quality. This week y?v* 19 inch Black Taffeta, extra heavy, rustling.guaranteed. our 85c quality. /Cf_ This week. UYL 19 inch all silk Black a c . - Taffeta, at. tC?C 36 inch white india Wash A Ctr* Silk, 59c value, at. ^VC 19 inch white ^1n Vu*-/. Wash Silk ?**->** Karil* AND SONS, 316 King Street. BELL'IHONK. HOME'll'ON E FANCY t-OftlMA lOHtioM ute ;? on ucl, 3 lb. tor ase. New Pi.utm, i> | peck. 3 Caaa Beat Tomato**, 'lb-.. A Cana shriver'* Pe**, 25c. 4 Caa* Cream Corn. Evaporated Apple*, ldc lb. 7 Cake* Ht tr or Lrueus Soap, 25e. W. P. WOOLL3 4 SON, Royal aad Wolfe bu.