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VOLUME CIX.-NO. 107.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7,1908. PRICE 2 CENTS A Square Deal lt etaured you arbon you boy Ur. Pierce's family nedlclnes-?for ail tho Ingredl* ems entering into 'bein are prlnle?d on the bottle-wrappers and their formulas are attested and?oath is icing eompleta and correct. You know Just what you are paying for and tli.it the Ingredient, are gathered from Nature's laboratory, aalactad fr..ni tho bm t ralnabls native medicinal root! fcmnd growing in our American forcsfrfrHcLwhile potent tocuio ni 0*1 are perfvicrt* harrnlewf-^'sji to the mo* delicate woiiiN^a^e^iTnTrgiTr^ Na.it inlrc>| liUll-wlloJ '-lll'-iT into L'le-if co::iii..-.ill:i.i' ncoiciiTsi piopcriie*. of being ii stott valuableaiitlsepUfland anti I.-i.-nent, n_tntl\e and soothing demul c-ciit. Glvcerlne play* an Important part In Dr. Pierce's Goldejii Medical Discovery In the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach,attended by nour heart-burn, foul breath, coated t poor appetite, gn sch, t. li. ism - ind monta of the stomach, lit er u i Besides curing .-.'ii lin ailment:*, the "Golden Medical Discover) ' i* a specific for al ' lbs mucoui iiii-nibraiie - b whether of thu natal passages or ol tbe stomach, bowell or pelvic organs. Even in itsulcei ai lt will j leld to thh un m edy if H.* uss be-oerso*. ercd In. In Chronic Catarrh of ths Kasai p well, while taking thc "Golden Medical Dis? covery " f.ei- the i unstitutiona] treatment, to cleanse the passages two or three- time. a dsy with Dr. t Catarrh Remedy. Tbis thorough course of truatui?at generally cures the worst cases. lu .ought anel hoarse nesa caused bf bi ob* el?aL throat and lu i. except con? sumption In li AJeilia-al Discover- ' ls ,, mo-al efficient i a-:u _dy. sspeclall) 111 ' ? obstinate. 1. coughs<..:..- d by Irrl itle-n and coneres thebronchi. .1.:, corer> .- coughs arls Ins from sudden nuki*, nor must lt bo ex pex-tt*d IO ClalC COUSUblUtioO ll! Ho B_ ?tascs no inudlclno will clo that?but for all tbe otrstinatafc chronic cough., which, it neg? lected, or badly treated. I.-:.tl np lo . ..n'timi* Olia ll '* el.a* ?-.?*' ?? .-..f ee.p >- I a, .e.r. A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. Cn.es Belief at Once. It cleanses, soothes, heall nnd plot.-, ai tbe disc asea num. l-l .nio resulting fi int Cnttirrh and drive aw. iv n' '..lil in the Head quickly, il. tba Beiuuaoi Tauts and Small. Pull *i/a f.O e-ts. at Druggie? or by mail. Liquid i Palm lor u e in at?mi? ne 75 ct*. LU Bi .|h r* ' '. v kV The Strongest I Man on Earth Mano! beisin lo '1.* th ?ork of a kiiimII ele-ctrie- ni tier. The- niS'i Ur-ts tired, loo, while the tnotor I* abaolute-li tirt-it**a"*. If_>ou Imve work te I", Make Electricity Do lt. We have motor*, small enough to run 0 SSW tag unehine temi lartrer OBSI RB heavier wmk. If your houae i- not wired, le t us al., it (eu >?>u licit will place at your coiiiiiihiiI ii lia.a.t of edee trie-il ennve-niciii-e-. which will make life eiesicr and pleaasater. Come miuI see what they ere and how they work. Alexandria Electric Co. 502 Kinir st. Bell Thone IM. GEORGE E. PRICK & CO Dealers in Fresh and. Salted Fish, Are receiving Fish daily from the sha.rt* of the PotouiKi- and will tapply customers iu any quantities to snit, either flesh or salted, hy exjeeriencd packe-?. Country ord iicileu and *Htis(Bctioii guaranti-ed. OCR BRAKD OF BARRELED FISH ha* alway* Mood No. 1 iu tbe market, Tenn*: C. O. I>., or best reference*. Stall No. 2 Royal street entrnnce, Stall No. 1 Fairfax street sat?Mee t<> the City Market, su.l Fish House frout of ('..rp-ustion Fish Wharf. Fine varieties will Blas bs found ou the benches in market. Bell "phone lille), teisr-l". ';ii JEWELRY. _ Spring and Summer Jewelry. All ol the newest fads anti fan? cies in jewelry for -Spring anti Summer of I*)1M* are now to he found in our stock. NECKCHAINS Solid Clold, h**ort<*.i pattern*. Irom tr? io $10. Lockets and Crosses ?old-til?cd. Odd Front and **olid Gold, from fl Up. SCARF PINS The most pleising effects ever shown, fr-.rn Wo to 16, .RINGS Signet an', --et for L?di<?, Gentlemen and Ch Idren, |l.MtO$l?\ H. W. WILDT & SON, .JEWELERS, ICHl NCHITH KliYAI. STHKKT. Perfection KVAPOBAH-1' APiLKS, lott rsaaltsd by J. C. MILBtBS. 2dt&tibria (faazttito Pl'KMSHKI) DAILY AMD TRI-WI-KL. AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 A 812 PRINCE 8TREET. Tbbmb: Daily?1 year, $5:00 0 monthi $2:50; 3 monthi, $1:26; 1 month, 43 cenU 1 week, 10 cent*. Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 montha, $1.60 3 month*. 76 cent*: 1 month, ib osnta. Contract advertiser* will not bs allowed to ex? ceed their space unless the excess it paid foi at tran went rates, and under no dream stances will they be allowed to advertise ':, other than their legitimate business in ths i|-ace cou t reeled for. Marrilee ami death notice* must bs paid for in ...iva.ice. Resolution* in memoriam, of thank*, tributes of respect, resolution* adopted by societie* Br person*, on leal of pu bl io concern, will nly be printed in the paper aa advertise men ts. | Entered at the Pnetoffioe of Alexandria, Vir Krini-., as aecoud-olaas matter.l HI-WOP VAN DE VYVER HE SIGNS. Bishop Augustine Van de Vyter, for li years' biabop of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, has announced his retire? ment from that post. Ile will leave shortly for hi* obi home, in Belgium, J having determined to spend the rest of I his life thcie, The recpieat to be al-1 lowed, tn retire went to Pope Pius X. about the first of the year, hut the facts did not become known in Richmond un? til yesterdsv. Bi*hop Van de Vyver sneeeseded Righi liv. John J. Keane, for rosny years bishop nf Rich ni md, wbo alterwards bf esme the head ol the Catholic University, at Washington. It is probable that either Bishop Hen? ri emin Kelley, formerly of Richmond, now bishop nf Savannah, or Bishop O'Connell will be named as the succes? sor ol Bishop Vsn da Vy ver. Bishop Vsn de Vyver states thst bia oniy reason for hit retirement st this time is that he maj spsnd bis declinisg year* among his own people, in his na? tive country. Bishop Vsn de Vyver wat born in December, 1S4?*>, at' Hse-douck, E?st Flanders, Belgium. In 1307 he entered tbe American Missionary College, at 1/iuvain, and wai ordained a pries' July 21, 187(1, at Brussels. Soon after? wards he camp to America and was ap pi inteel assistant in St. Peter's Cathe? dral, iu Richmond. Ho wss sent by Bishop (iow Cardinal) Gibbins to Harpers Ferry rn the Buceessor of Righi Kev. John J, Keane, of Wheeling, W. Va. After s _ vears of labor in a parish over 70 niles in length and extending over several rountiea, with widely scat? tered station*, be wes called back to Richmond ty Bishop Keane, to become pi slur of the cathedral shel vicar general ol bc diocese. Bishop Van el i Vyver is a msn ol loree. He is of medium height, is stout and active. His bearing mai ka decisive? ness ol character, while his face and bead indicate intelligence*, snd iii mut.sa, aod hi* smile is io kindly sod inviting ihat those who come in his presence and greet him feel ihatheis their friend. He is a pleasnnt speaker, snd his ser? mons mark the man nf culture, the stu? dent of human nature and the devoted pastor. He is ellen very elrqu^nt, hui bis discourses reach down into the lives nf his people, snd are usually modeled lor practical instruction. Kiah.I e-onipl- tidy elite- t, |,|| cIssm a rt' I'od. li will tit right kl Ibe i -embie-and do du- very uork ii-e li 'lier the- el omach. lt i* plcasai.t ll uk.-. ' i ld by Vf. F, (Highton A Ca. MR?. GUNNESrJ'S GRAVEYARD. The hm rora of the murder mill st the late home of Mn. Belle Curtness at La Portp, Ind., sie increaiing with Ihe finding cf four additional bodies in the yard of her home yesterday, aod (here is little doubt hut tbat the number o' murders may lie swelled ti* a score or more v.hm ali tl-.e facts are known. One body, making the sixth, waa added to thc list when clingers unearthed iii** remains of a man, and within an hour tlie detached bones ol lao other victims were found. Kvi lenee tending to ali w that ihe nine dismembered corpse* unearthed Tuesday and yesterday had been shipped to La Porte probably from Chicago came io light. Testimony of Ihe draymen who had carted trunks and boxes to the ' dunnes* borne lent color to this suppo- _ inion. La Porte police also received io-t formation tbat two hunks, conaigned to . "Mrs. Belle dunnes.*, La Porte, Ind.," . are held ia sn express ellice in Chicago. Assistance of the Chicago police in un- J ravrliDg the puzzle wats sought at one. It is pointed nut as opposing (he theory tint Mrs. Gutmess is alive th t the day be l ire thc dunnes* home was burrel the woman deposited I1,600 io the State bank at La Porte, She was worth about $20,000, and ber passion for money is given ai the incentive lor the crimes committed. A theory thst she might be slive includes the supposition thst the (eared Lamphere was about to expose her through jealousy. That more bodies will be found is the firm belief of the officers. They bave the mystery of five trunks, shipped fro*. Chics.n to the Gunnee* farms to solve. Ail these trunks ariived in La Pone during tbe latt four months, and it i* probable that thine trunk* contained human bodies which now lie hidden in some secluded spot on ihe farm. It is the opiuion of the authorities that Mrs. dunne** had accomplices in lVc<go, am! lhat after prospective vic timhhsd been lured to that city to be robbed snd murdered their bodies were shipped to La Porte in order to keep the Chicago police from gaining knowledge of tbe crime. IMi the intention of the authorities to remove tbe cement floor of the basement of iheGunness hou*e, also to tear down s false wall, which waa dis covered Tuesday alternnon. DaWitt'i Little Eat Iv i-.i-eraaiesinall.tsfe b*?ib and gettst little pills. Sold by Vf. F. ( reightoa A Oe. LOWBR PRICK*OS B .CON.-OH Mis. soitri Hams, 15c; Mild cured Hams, 16c: _-_.__ **'"*>? in* ?? c. _il.Hi'P*g*g Choi.,- .KARL HOMILY aad KREAX FakIUR. I'M. for asl* st J.C. MlLBD?tf ROSENFELD'S 0- o-0 Both 'Phones. Both 'Phones. TAILOR-MADE SUITS FOR WOMEN. Shirts, Coats and Dresses are here in the greatest profusion, in ihe newest styles, in the host ejuulities nnd very low prices Girls9 and Infants' Coats and Dresses. ^.fiu?i newest and most heautiful style* in dresses and coats for the big and little girl and infant Uh: i li-ts' D i-<sas from.50c up. I Big <iirls' Coat* from.tl.on up. Infants' 1 tr a- i-a from.KW*, up | Infaut.'Cns.t* from -fl up, long Bf ?B"t_ 111 samples of manufacturer's Shirt Waists Regular price is $1.50, $2, $2 50 and $3. We marked them 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50, or, in oiher words, just HALF. We handle nothing hut eelehrated makes of Corsets such as W. B , new form, in 8 styles, to suit any figure. American Lidy in 6 styles. OL H. Ala Spiritein 7 soles. Ferris Good Sense Waist in 5 styles Nemo Self-reducing, 312 and 314, flat, in black, from 18 to 30 Corsets. ROSENFELD'S, 518-20King St., Alexandria,Va. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALEXANDRIA, VA. DIRECTORS : C. R. HOOFF, Fretldeot, M. B. HARLOW, (1. F. WAWI ll I I), Caahler. B. BAER, Jr. JAS. I-. Ml HM, V. Prat. Q L. Koonin. J. J. 0RI-.HN, A..I.lani Caahler Resources. Loans and Investments . . . $789,150 89 U. S Bonds. 152,000 00 Premium on U. S. Bonds . . . 3,000 00 Banking House and Real Estate . 15,501 28 Cash. 50,123 27 Due from Banks and ReserveiAgents . 100,944 49 5 Per Cent Redemption Fund . . 5,000 00 $lJl5jT9"93 Liabilities. Capital. Surplus and Net Profits , Circulation .... Deposits. U. S. Deposits ? - . . Other,Liabilities . , . $100,000.00 177,150 20 100,000 00 688,129 78 50,298 14 141 81 $l,lt5,719.*3 momwmwm -_??__?__? WOOD AND COAL. Leave Your Order for wood or coal with me if you want it filled promptly with fuel which will "make good." My coal has a large percentage of burnable material, is carefully cleaned and screened, is full weight to the ton and is delivered where and when you want it. My wood is dry, sawed, split or in lengths Remember my telephone number?192 Wfl. H PECK, Corner QUF.Etftnei PA WK. STS. lt's Not Too Early To Think About Refrigerators. Stop in and let us show you makes that have been tried and are guar antccd by us GET AN EDDY OR Baldwin. 601 King Street KKAL t\*3TATE. FOR SALE Two story Brick Dwelling, 213 north Alfred street, containing 7 rooms and large yard; excellent residential section; paved street; alleys on both sides of house. Nine room Frame- EHrtlliaa No. Mri south Si. A?sph attest, willi all meal em iniprove-iin-iit*. Always r*-nt?-?l. I*e*irshleThr..-*tory Rrick Dwell int ni rth*'i-*t comer St. Asaph -ii-l (Jun>o ?tre?t*. Kine- l.?*stion f>r s S rh.'iee home. F-Cvlleat neertihor hCSal. At Rrsilalnck Heights?live sere* of Und improve1! by franie dvetliag ofS room* with gctoA outbuilding*. Thi* i? one of the tine.t properties in th's crowing suburb. Magnili.-eiit vis* of surrounding tOWOttj. Two tiru, building lota on Barth fi.le of I)uke street, betwsa Al red ami Patrick streets, Ab t Km ti IO feet Kiley. Three excellent bal Idiag I .taut the ne.-the?at corner of Fairf* x sad Daki Ktrerts. ftkiot hecation. Ten well-loesteel baikHra hit* in Bra ilo. k Height*, within Trw yard* Bf ihe station. Room a0., Alexandria NaCl Bank Bldg. King and Royal Streets^ Bell Phone.^T Cattai City 'Phoned2t L'NIVEBIIV OF VIRfilMA. Hesil nf Stale- Public School Sy?ie-m. letters, sirlence, Law, Medicine. ?ngioeerlng, $10 Covers All Costs to Virginia student* of f-es sad tuition in either of the academic departments; low i-et charge* io the South. Nen session begin* September 10th. University Cum? mer School ofa-a* Joly 1st*.. Head f<r I catalogue. HOWARD WIN8TON, *i may4w?w m Re<i*trar.Chtrlottrsvil]e.Va. Cloned i.obsver,vid Shrimp choice, just received br *-. C -lLBUftN. DRY GOODS. |10th,Uth,F.&G.St8.,N.W. Washington, D. C. Special Sale of Men's New Spring Snits At a Reduced Price. This s-sson the styles ami pattern* sod (abrics in men's clothes are unus? ually striking; more bright colors, rame smart pattern* tend weaves, than shown heretofore. Not too pronounced, not too quiet?just a hsppy medium. Tbe suite we oller in this collection nt a relticecl price are new, Iresh Mi dat, snd consist of sll wool fancy fabrics, grays, brown*, large aud small checks, stripe*, Atc. They are cut in tbe latest and mont approved style* and t ulored in s first-class manner. All s-z-s are in? cluded. We have marked ibfin $16 75 For Choice. Were $18, $22 50 and 125. Main H ku? lO.h st. Special Sale of ODD PIECES FURNITURE. We offer s lsrge number of single pieces ot furniture st very decisive price rednc ion* for clearance, preferring to do this rather than carry them through the summer when they will be more or le a affected by the dust, Ac. They *re principally odd piec*., hf. from pirlor snd bedroom tuite*; many o! them, hew ter, are one-"f-a-kind ar? ticle*, bought i* ii ch, sud inclu'e Chain, Rrvcken, I).ik\ Music Cabinets, Table*. Ilookcasft, Morris Chu'*, Buf? fets, Dr. seers -Furniture of ali kinda snd for til parts of the heme. A rare OppOftOl Itf f.-r newly married folks sud leir those who have June Wed? ding Oif's to purchase. Tomorrow, Friday, Is REMNANT DAY. Tomorrow there will be a very lsrge ci'1* lection of remnants-short length, one of-a-kind articles, incomplet*- assort? ments, odd and broken ni/f., .te:. There will be alto several bargain lots of goods, either from rpfjular sh ck or that were securfd under piice for the t-ct'ssion. In both case*| they are.wrrthy yr ur a tention, as they are highly desrabe goods mel e dereel at very low remnant pries for quick clearance. Woodward & Lothrop. KKAL K8TATK. FOR SALE Six-room apartment, all modern improvements, and store room on King street, near St Asaph Best location on King street for any kind of bus? iness. Cheap to quick pur? chaser. For prices, terms, etc , call on or address M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., Ut Sooth Fairfax Street Alexandria, Vi. VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, Lexington, Vs ?The Hoard ot Visitor*, it their annual meeting on the 20th el,.* ot next lune, wi I anpoint r*TATE CADETS to fill vacancies in the 1st, Ad, "th, Mh, leith, leith. Md, 24th, 2.ilh, 27th, 28th, 30th, 33d. and 34th Senatorial Districts snd several AT LARGE. These appointment* csrry fro. board and tuition. Application* should be addressed to the undersigned on or before June 10th, on forms thst will he s?nt upon request. E. W. NICHOLS. aprlt to?ffiw Acting .Superintend.nt. Fancy dark Cape* cl ('kANBfiKRIE-for ?ala by J C. MILBURN. DRY ('-ODS. TWO VERY SPECIAL VALUES. $1.25 Fancy Suitings, WY hu. closed out a large Hock of tile Wool Suitings f'o.ii s matu I'.idiire r c*o*ise lag of the much wauled ai.lei, if summer w itr, su'-ti as whit-, cream, and grs- grounds, with neut * ri Bsa, < h.- -ks, and nl*id* . f co: - tra-ti.g coloe-v. This ia oue e t' Ihe greaten -ail ea we have eve ? las i a'-h t-? e der you. 1 ?? .ni'e-th-width, .'.Ci in. he*. I isphey.-d ou tte fir.t Ubi.-, Eighth ttreet inuit. ? ()r ur n( ii-i.?l per pi ice, (er yard. J"*. 69c Gray Panama. Hr-e's nu pferlag that ?houi 1 prompt every fogal woman i * tate ss_re. Vf,- ,- tji*_-its tl. feet that t ese are all-wool, 4f inch, ram? ify el I'anamas. Wa have tha ni in light and dark mixed gray only, snd t'-.en are WO yanls in this lot. Lal your .hare A jip of ihia largain airly. Worth 6*-. Vd ^OC idiiiswirsii&iini 420 to t'_? Seventh Street, 421 tu 425 Eighth Street, WASHINGTON, D. O. m_J3ENT*.' FlIKNISfllNG^ SPRING IS HERE With its cool, changeable weather, as well as wit its balmy, sunshiny days AND WE ARE HERE To meet these conditions with the finest selection and the newest and neat? est patterns in Spring Clothing Ever seen in this city. OUR NECKWEAR 's one of the attractive features of our clothing establishment and is unexcelled. If you are anticipating a summer trip, let us sell iou a valise and fill it with the most seasonable articles in GENTS' FURNISHINGS. R. LEE FIELD, 612 King St. The Eighth District Committee. At ? meeting of toe Congressional Suite Democrstii- e^oiuinittee, for the Eighth Con greesional District of Virginia, hehl at the Prince William Hotel, in the ta.wn of Maui* aa*, Virginia, on the !'th da? e.f March, 190S, iniraunnt to a call issued hy the chairman, ihe ll..ii. Qsorge S. t-hsftkelford, thi*re were preaeot, (lie ehairnian, Col. (.renville Qaiafs: R. T. Or.bb. Oaraast 1. Boothe and Thoa, fl, Lion. The fo-l.ming resolutions wa* adapted : lie it resolved hythe Congressional Demo? cratic C?S._I tee for the Eigh'h Congres? sional Dixtrui af Virginia, that a primary tlsetlOB. f.>r the d.'iiK-crtti.-candi late for the (Jailed States House of representatives, be held through'.ut .,(,) [li.tri.-t on the seth day nf dune, I'.efs, l.eiwtre n siinrise 8_l sunset of that day. st sll est il lisheet precincts or v> ar1*, sn I ns near ?s possible in the usual vi>.-iu< places thereiu; l>c it further. Reaolved, Heat at said election all koowo -.vhite democrats and those who have never liefore voted, who shall dee-late Ihsaase.vtrl lo lee eleiiioeests, shall I e allowed tn vols, pro? vided they will be aasl<lc- t" vote at the iee! -,-eiieral e'e'-tiou in November, U*>; be it further. Resolved, thst all candidates sSall tile a ?Otieas.il Hailing, of their candidacy, with Hon. George S. Shai kelford, ref 'Irani/e, Vir giuis, on cr before April 4 li, 1W**; heit I li rt her, Be-olveal, that each candidate shall pay to the said Hon. George 8. rhtukelford, on or before the loth day of April, UM, hi* pro rats share of il,V*), that being the estimate if total expense* of conducting the said pr i msry election; he it further, Resolved, tbat my anni lenr.iininjj after the expenses of said election aie paid, shall De returned pro rats to the various candi lates: he it further, Rt*e!ve<l, thst (his election shall lee sepa? rate and independent and not hehl in i-on tiectiou with any other primary. GEO. H. SHA CK ELFORD, Chairman, TIKIS H. LION. Secretary, New Drugstore 1028 KING STREET. Where we will carr) a cu. nplete stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Physicians' and Sur? geons'Supplies, Toilet and Fancy Articles.together with everything kept in a first class drug store. We will also carry a complete line of Trusses and Crutches. Have had thirty years experience in fitting Trusses. I respectfully solicit tbe patronage of former patrons aud the public generally Prescriptions < a re;., Il \ Compounded. H*D. Ashton & Co* p__nc In order to introduce our Fragrant Gly :eriae Lotion, we will sive to each customer who huys a bottle of Cherry Cough Syrup or Sichlln's Hair Tonic during the next 10 dava a 10c bottle of Fragrant Glycerine Lotion ab rlutely fret. ?_ V a T r/inRgATFR* a*?NH^ Extrs quality Formosa, black TEA; also I axtra value* iu 50 arni eCOo G. P. J??*. I F J. C. MILBURN. | h JDONFECTIONER**. Strawberry ICECREAM Made from the highest quality of the real fruit. They are not 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 Retail. Bri nm 61S Kin*St . OmUl, Both'phones. Refreshing Ice Cream Is no longer a |l?xury. It is the best of sll cooling edibles io libersbly cousu ned iu sum? mer. It reduce* the tempera turefof tbe I ody snd nourishes, besides. But it must bo pure. We gusrantee onr cream. L. Shuman & Son anrs lm a ac ri i >v sa lr. Hy R. F, Knox, Auctioneer. TTR^J-TRE SALE-Undersrid bv authoritr ? Vc-te J in nie hy order of ihe United ?Hst., insiri.-t Court, at Alexandria, Va, ie et. reel on this 4th elsy of Hiv, 1908, in tlie gafier sf Clauale M. lennon's bankruptcy ?rae ? dings, the undera.sued trustee iu bankruptcy will iHer for sale at public auc? tion, in the said lennon'* (tore, 604 Klug strict, on rHl'RSDAY.thefourUe -th day of Msy.HW, it 10 o'clock s. m., sll of hit stock on hand, in. lu.ling all mc listset, can.li. a, paint*, tix Utri -, . .-. Ie rms of ssh : All goods will be sold for rash. ROBLEY D- RHUM BACK, rru t*.- in tl..- matter of Claude M. Lennon'* bankruptcy prex-i culing*, may. ti I. Kl* AL NOIIUBS. V'lKi.lM \.-Iu nfli.re ofthe * Corporal Isa Court of the ('itv of Alexau Iris, on the lstdsynf April, 1906, Walter T. H.-lt I VI. In chsncery. inna C. Holt, I 7 he object of thi* suit is to ..l.'sin h decres 'or divorce freeiu lied and bnir.l. Itappearing by au attidavit tiled in thia <at;*e that the defendant, A una C. Holt, is n ou resident of this Stale : lt ia Ordered, That raid defendant appear bere within fifteen clays iftn dm- publication of thi* order, aud An what ia necesaary to protect ber interests iu thia suit, and that a copy of thi* order be Forthwith inserted in the Alexsmlria Gazette, a newspaper published iu the eily of Alexan? dria, once a week for four sm estaivs weeks, ami pooltH at the front door of the Court lf..u?e i.f this eily. A eos- Toon. p-VELLH, GREENAWAY, Clerk. (' eyte.ii E. Kn.ig and Samuel Ci. Rreut, p. q iiprlrS w4w-thu WIRGINIA.-In the Clerk s Oflice of tbe v Corporation Court ofthe a-ilv sf Ale.au iris, on the HU doy of April, i George Heil ) VS. Iii chancery. Rell (A nu ealey) Heil I The object ol this suit is to obtain sn ahas* nie iii Btes from the bord* ot matriuiiuy for he complsinaiit from the detVndanl, and to abtttfl snd retain the custody of th* intai.t 'hildren ot' the parties to this snit, to wit: ie..ri;e Rsv mond ll il, .'olin August Heil uni J nessa Bari en Heil: and lo . latani such ur her genersl relief its te. e.|iii-v may seem ight. lc appearing hy an affidavit filed io this cause hit the defendant, Hell . Annesley) Heil is i non resident of thi. State: Il is Ordered,1 hat aid defendant .ippeir here within fifteen dav* ifter due publication .af th>* order, sud do rhat is Decenary to puted her interests in his .nit, aud that a copy of this order be urthwith insetted iu the Alexandria Gsiteit-, , newspaper published iu the city of Alexsn ria,'ince s week for four successive meeki, nd posted at the front dour of the Court louse of this city. A cop- ?TI NEVELL s. GREENAWAY, clerk. Raibiusain M'.ncuie, p. q. sprdei w4w w MEETINGS. ?JOTICK?The siiinial meeting of the*stock ^ holders of the CA*TNi*R F.LECTRO .YT1C ALKALI e* OMPANY will be held t the company's i.ffi e, No, 218 King street, i lexaodria, Va., nu THURSDAY, the 14th ay of May, 190\ at ll o'clock a. iu apriftetd .1. F. VAX NAME Secretary. ?WloTIe'E is hereby given tlint the annual * meeting nf the Mo-kboiders of the I'll ZEN'S SAVINGS RANK. Incorporated, a urporatiou created under the law* of the tate of Virginia, will be hel.l at the cott? ony'* Virginia office, Hie south Fairfax treet, Alexandria, Virginia, OB TUESDAY, lay lt. at Hs. m., for the purpose of elect :ag sn li officer* as are provided by law, a iear.1 of alirea-lo-s and of transacting any ami Il business which may legally come before lia! meeting. H. P. HUDDLESON, a pr.ti w4wrn Secretary ^AGRICULTURAL. nu.uM bbyistt I KxaNB h. hui-i-u I'rea't. A Treas. 8? retary. -THE JryantFertilizerOmpany Manufacturers of 'ERTILIZERS. FERTILIZING MATE. BIALA. PURE RAW BONE AND FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER, Ottos: 117 King ttreet. Factory aad Wharf: Foot of Dake etrss*. _Alexandria, Va._ OHB P. BOBIWSOH, I Ott) HOE 8. WmtPVU President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company MaBafsct?era of 'ERTILIZERS, FERTILIZER MATE. RIALS AND RLUE WINDSOR GROUND PLASTER. Tiamat Strsst, betwesa U_oa sad Les _Alexandria _??_ FOR SALK Several ?ma)l piece* nf: beautiful land for ala containing from ONE TO SIX ACRES EACH. .Iso lou Vex 130 fast SINGLY OR IN I ROU PS, ccsveuient to railroad* and about a* mil* from Alexandria and five front ?_*_iKgton city, Tsrtn* to suit. R. F. KNOX, IIB ?oath Royal atreet, Ala__?i*Ms, ts t?t? ?*_i______ A Rood thins to ute after washing your air-NICKLIN'8 HAIR TONIC. 26canU lan nfae-to red by g. R LEADBEATER A ?ON?. Five barrell HEINZ'- (TCI'MRER I CK LES, inst receive- tor asle al lajc yar undred by J. C. MILBURN.