Newspaper Page Text
THUR DAY LYgN-NO, MAY 7. 1908. Local Matters. Sum aa J Title Tabla. Boa rites tomorrow at 4:54 aud sets 6.19. High water st 1:27 s. m. and 1=43 p. m. -...ea Weather Probabilities. For this lection fair tonight and Friday, not ranch change in temper*ture; freah wei". to southwest wind* FIRE LAST NIGHT. About eleven o'clock laat night fife wu discovered in Mr. T. F. Burroughs's grist mill, on Patrick street, near Frank? lin. The fire had apparently origins ed io the engine room, and it had gained considerable headway before it attracted attention. There wu considerable delay in getting the alarm to the engine house*, sod .he Are had been burning from fifteen to twenty miou es before the engines started for the fire. By the time tiny reached tbe scene the thine* had giiaed coosid ersbla headway. The mill was seen to lie doomed as was also Mr. Burroughs's s'ore, aa tbe flames were spreading from ?bulking to building st a rapid gait which the firemen were unable to check, although they worked heroically. By thia time tbe southwestern heavens were illumiasteJ by In gltrs from tbe fi'e, st times wt* readered still mote brilliant by the i ;ni i in of coal oil which Bent up columns of light. People living io bouses sou'h of the mill and store became apprehensive aod be^an lo remove furoi ure (rou (be buildings The dimes spread sou fa ward and four nf (be dwelling* ware a ion burning. J. H f*rillbor z**r's Imu'e, rm the op? posite* -i le of the s.reet, was threatened wilh el'sruc i >u, but tbe firem^u suc? ceeded in Having the structure. Th) intense heat, however, blistered it cou siderably. It wts also d imsged some whtt by sae". Before tbe tire wss gotten under con? trol Mr. Burroughs's mill, store and four dwelling houses bad been pracicslly destroyed. Mr. Burroughs's dwelling had been saved, although damaged. The horses had been rescued from tbe stable b fore the fire reached it, People living in ihree of ike dwellings south of the mill removed the ir furniture, but thst io the fourih house, occupied by Mr. Wm. Riat, was destroyed. The furniture which had been re? moved from the house occupied by Mr. J. D. Brown to tbe sidewalk caught fire and was destroyed. Together with Mr. Burroughs's mill ?nd s'ore, dwelling houses Nos. 708, 710, 712 and 714 Patrick street wars destroyed. The first wss owned snd occupied by J. D. Brown, the second wss occupied by S. Mecbler, snd owned by M. Downey; the third wss occupied by J. T. Risdon, and waa owned by Mr. George Burroughs, sod the fourth, also owned by Mr. Burroughs, wu occu? pied by William Roat. Mr. Burroughs estimates his loss at between $30,000 and $35,000, a large quantity of feed aud other articles hav mg been destroyed. Tbe losses w ll probably aggregate $40,000. There is an insurance cf about 7ft per cen', on Ihe property destroyed. T-ie residence of L W. Weiznc, 926 Franklin Street, was cUmaged by the iie-et fiom Hie fir*. Tbe firemen worked until about 6 o'clock this morning. Their exertions were accompanied by many -conve? niences. Rsiu was falling at times and tbe streets in tbe vicinity not being paved much mud wss enc-nintere-e'. Neighbors furnished tbe firemen with bot coff *e. Four sections of hose were burned snd Tendered prsctically useless while the tire was ragir g._ SUIT IS WITHDRAWN. The auit of Cornelius Crowley, ad ojHoistrator of the estate of William Oro?'*,*T? bia cousin, for $10,000 dam? ages i.'itiiuied some time ago in Wash? ington ag."'0'1 Capt. Henry a. Randall, waa yealerda/ withdrawn. Tbe declara? tion alleged llu.n c*Pl- Randall drove William Crowley, * deck h"nd. from ,he deck of tbe aieamer Wakefield into the Potomac river with a black jack, snd tbe Utter was drowned. Tbe suit was withdrawn following a roou'0'- *>' 9*P? Randall's attorney to instruct .'he jury to return a verdict for the defendant. Attorney Mather, who represents .'be administrator, requested leave to wilh- | draw lha suit. Justice Anderson con- | sen ted. _.^_________ FINED FIVE DOLLARS EACH. Chief Goods bas issued orders to the memberi? of tbe police force to arreat all pei*in* found on the s'ree's uml*r the Influence of liquor; also to use all dili? gence tois.eriain where well-knowu in? ebriates obtsin liquor in order to enforce the provisions of ihe Byrd law. Officer Knight vesterday picked up two white men, old e flanders, charged with the same chronic i.fl-nse and brought them before the Police Court thia morning. Tbe first wts asked where he obtaiued hs liquor. He ssid a sold'er gave it to bim. The othes s alleged that he pro? cured bia stimulant* in Wuhington. The prisoners were fined $5 each and io default of pt-v.oent will serve 20 days in ??"? ' POLIO c. COURT. [Justice H. B. Oaton preaiding.] The foliowiug cases were disposed of this morning: JtmesGriffio, charged with assaulting John Johnson, waa lined $10. Two white men, charged with being drunk on tbe street, were fined $5 each or given 20 daya in jail. Annie Ferguson, colored, charged wiih assault, wu turned over to the authorities of Faiifax county. Frank Scott, colored, chsrged with disorderly eooduc', wu dismissed. James Hopkins, colored,chsrged with non-support of his wife, wss dismissed. DROi'fEU DEAD. Amelia Cheeks, colored, dropped de. d Ute yeeterdsy sin-moon at her home, 423 south Oolumbos street. She wu about Atty.five year* old. Tbe body waa temoved to Deumine and Sou's underj takers' establishment. Dr, Moore, the Coroner, aller making ao extmiostion, deckled tbat an iuquut wu uooecesssry, as the woman's uesth was due to natur.) csu*ra. Keane Va Uxat v. .,?,?., Syrup doc* -ot ?CODS! Bte. ..ct,,.. tiecltierhaia^.r.l.IKCve prim-iple^eotlynioN, ,t, l;i,,,,|8< ,.,,, ?.:. like it. 8aM by WrF. CreUletoa A c. Mooey can be saved bv buting yt ur -hoes at Marshall's, 422 kiu_\usei. ALEXANDRIA LIGHT INFANTRY IMSBANDF.D. A general order h\* been is.ued by tha adju sot genera) ot ihe sta<e upon I iha ecommeiid. i >u if sss', inspector g narai, disbanding 0 'topsey G, 70 h Virginia Eegiment (.exsud'U L g.t Iafsnt-y), tftsctivo M.; 2. 1908. Ihs order i* ss follow-: ' General Orders I Commonwealth of Virginia, No. 8. J adjntant-Ge eral'* tiffie. Ricbmond. May v, 19-8. 1. Br reston of cmtinued ioefficieacy and upon the r<-c?m<- id.tiou of tbe assistant io . spect ii- general, Virginia voluutee a, sud th? 'coloiel comniioMng the Seventieth Reg i rueot, ii.f mtry, ii* governcr directs, io Br jcirdan-e ?it?i the law, thit C-tupsuv P, Sevenlieih K.-jiuieut, infantry, Viigiuis vol uu'sers, b , and hereby i*. ditbtodest. 2. Tbe corowa-uling olfi e- will turo over j a'l properly to Major .lames E King, Second j Battalion, S veutieih Regioieot, wno will im? mediately edi ct all missiog p-operty, make I an inventory of tb* quartermaster aod ord? nance store* fur which the company ic re * v usiVe.aud return the same to the adjutant ' general. By order o'Claude A. Sws.ti.son, governor and ce.mii?nd -'-in chi f. CHAS. J. ANDEtS )$, Adjutant Uenersl. Ihe order wu received here todsy and caused gre.t surprise. Maj if Jim's E. King has been instructed to take ateps at once to organize! a new company aod it ii believed (hat this will be done without much de lav. Shortly after Capt. Murphy, com? mander of the Alextndris Light Infantry, received the notice today of the ciebsod. ment of the omptny, he received e bill of liding Irom the War Department at Washington fair the silty new riffs that hive recently brea issued to ibe* Alexandiia comp-nv. CO N T E VI PLATE RE HO VAL. Several gentlemen, believed to he of fica)* of tbe Washington, Alexandria snd Mount Vernon Rsilway recently visited the building occurred by Mr. I) H. Appich, 01 the north sile of King Itreet, near St. Asaph, sod mtde ru of? fer to L-sse Ihe properly. It in reported lhat tbe railway t-.impanv coulrmplate removing their ticket office from Ibe Fairfix Apartments at the corner of King and Columbus streets to Mr. Appich's building. All trains now stop at King and St. Asaph - reeta io order to prevent collisions witb the Columbia engine during fires, and tbe buildiug selected will therefore be ronvenit nt for a ticket office snd waiting room. It is also reported that the company is con? sidering the advisability of rem iving the general office from Philadelphia to the building now occupied bv Mr. Appich. UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS HOUSE Aa will be seen by an advertisement in another column Messrs. Leary A Davis,! wo enterprising young merchin'*, of Occrqtisn, Va.,have leased the prem? ises Nos. .SOft 9-11 C-merou street. Tbe building bis beeu renovated through? out and everything looks as bright as a new pin. Alexandria is lucky lo get such cit/.-ns as the two referred to, as lhr-y are up-to-date business men ever seeking tbe comfort vf their patrons. While they are asking a sbsre of the public patronage the house will be main? ly used as a shipping point to their customers throughout this sectk n. Po? lite service will cbarscterizs their Jeaiings wiih al) who favor (bein witb l call. RI VEE NO TE-I. The Baltimore snd Ohio Railroad Company haa a force of hands at work )o Shepherd's landing, opposite thia ri ty, repairing the trestle on whicb coal aden cara are run so tbat their loads may oe transferred (o barges (o be carried lo Wuhington. It is said to be ibe lo? cution of (he railway officials to put (be pier in good order ao that it will be ready for use should it be wanted. The steam yacht Gretchen, belonging to Mayor Reyburn, of Philadelphia, i* hauled out on the railway at this city lor examination of ber bull under wster and for cleaning and painting in prepa? ration for her annual cruise io the New England coast the middle of June. 8TILL IN THE MUD. The steamer Trenton, wbich sank at ber wharf at this port last Sunday morn lug, is still embedded in the mud with nothing save her funnel, flagstaff and the roof of her pilot houae visible. Men ire st work attempting to raise her, but they have virtually made no progress. Vesterdsy evening about two feet of tbe forward portion of the steamer had been raised bhen the chain which had been [daced under her snipped and tbe itesmer again settled in the mud and ilmoit out of tight. Many people are dill attracted to ihe wharves watching he ttl iris being made to raise tbe boat. Some baga of fertilizer have been re? cored from the sunken vessel, CIRCUIT COU RT "FOR THE CITY. [Judge A. M. Aiken, presiding ] Judge Aiken, of Danville, came bete od?y lo sit ia the ciseof R. M. Ohesh re vs. the Washing'oa Southern Rail? way. The plaintiff sued for $5,000 .Um igra for it jarid thst he claims he tus ained by having hia hand injured in a urntabls of the compary. He wss rep? resented by Messrs. Norton A Boothe while Gol. F. L. Smith wss the sttorney for the Company. The csae was in prog rets belora a jory when this report closed. ^_ DEED OF TRUST. Tbe F.jierson Pump Company this evening placed on record in the clerk's office of tbe Corporation Court a deed of trust upon it.prop.rty in Ihis city to se? cure from the Uuiled Trust Oompaiiv, of Washington, the sum of $200,000. Thia money, it is understood, is to be used io greatly enlarging and bettering the company's plant,_ DISCHARGED. Lewis Brown, charged with selling I'll,uar without a licet se in iheouoty, wu brought before U.S. Commnait n er R P. W. Harnett by Deputy Mar? shall Glover today. After so examina? tion into the cass Brown was discharged lor lack of evidence. Wheo your food eeems tl nauseate tile Kod.il. Take Ked-.il uow andunt I you know you are right ?gsin. Tbe*e isn't any doubt what it will do snd yoi wll find the t-oth ot this etitcie t v.rfiel after you hsve us.-d Kodolfajra few wee*.*. ll i? sold here by W. F. Creighton A Co. %? _. i - We are brim full of spring novelties for man, woman aod chill. See our line of low shoes. J. A. Mm.hall A Bro 422 Kin** streaL NOTICU?t'OA- AT MOTTO ai **t t* MBK PUK I.* Just arrived, bt'ge Nanatmood with 600 ton* of Best Clean NEW MINED COAL at lowest sommer price. Will be ple?*e*l to hst* your order. Both'phones. Dx*V. AITCHISON, apr_2 Lui sm- Royal e~rett. PERSONAL. Oat?Jeal L >gue, ef Ireland, who i visiting Wa-hingtoi, passed throug bil c'tv this evening on a visit t M-.uot Vocana. Mass's C. W. I) to*, ind W. J Cottell have gone lo Noifolk to stteo the meering nf ibe Grand Cimp o Mo (ero Wo laren of America. Mr Dettoo wiil represent lie camp nf tbi ci'y and Mr. Ciifelt that ol Middletown Vc Mr*. Berryman Green entertained t number of young people iocluding ar-v eral from this city, at her home on Semi nary Hill last night. Mr. Alexander Lyle* is confined le hia home on s'uth Fairfax ttreet bj sickness. Tani are the real tiling for sprint wear. We hsiidie the swell-st line it tosn. Otu ?otto, tilth gruie, low prices, J. A. Marshall A Bro., 422 King street. LOCAL BREVITIES. "Ginny" Colemsn, well known around the fish raseket, went lo ihe cir? cus Monday and ha* m>t beeu seen since At a rreeting last night ofthe Old Dominion Boat Club four members were eleced. The club is cow in a moat flourishing condi'ion. Meteorological conditions have under? gone but little change during the psst few days. Rain fell during most nf last night, and cloudy and rainy conditioc* bave prevailed (oday. The moving pictures at the Al ian dii* Amuse in-ir C's hall are of a high order and continues -to at-ract large crowds. Everything new tonight. See adveriiscment. Dr. Hicks, Fyo Specialist, 107 soul li Royal street F.CHininstioii free. ?pr*28 lui Fei-il C ama 3oc doieli. Vevet Ijle soup Tuenluv, Tlmrvltiy and Satu-d iy: clam *oup M.imls , Wednesday ead Friday. C. H Ul?BS?BSa, Market Space, mir;', tf W RODING IN RICH MON D. Ooe of (he lenl-ug social events of the sprit g ia Richmond wss tue msrriige at noon yes erdsy of Mia* Marrett* MiOuire, dang i'er ol Mra. Hunter Holmes McGuire, to Ru s ll Csrv M..11 tague, of ? e e-nhrier, W. V*. The cer? emony wu performed lu Ihe hom* ot thc* brid-'s rn titer, st Six'h and Once sree's, ly Bishop R A Gibton, isdst Bd hy I'.ev. It. W. Forsylhe, of Si. Paul's Church. Mis. Oeorgo Arthur fi irdoo, of Sa? vannah, Gs., sister ot tbe bride, wm matron nf h.nor. The bridegroom's only attendant was hit best man, Henry Mathews, of L*wi?burg, W. Vs. The oride syra gowned in white crepe faille, daborately trimmed in rise point lace, md ahe wore a mlle veil. Her bouquet tas of lilies-of ihe-valley and white iweet pe; ts. Mr. and Mrs. Montague lefi imroedi t'ely on their welling 'rip, and after lune will be at home at I.rwisbuig, W. Io. Among thoie who attecd <d the wed ling were Dr. and Mrs. Hugh McGuire, if Ibis city. REVEALS LOVE STORY. Findiog of (he body of Margaret Gun? ner, a pretty stenographer, in the Obio iver, at Rochester, Pa., Monday night, liacloses the details of a sid romance bat lind beeu hidden for a year. Tbe ;irl, 22 years old, was a favorite in one >f the big steel company offices, in the j'rick building. She had been missing or iwo month*. A note, which was bund on her bodv, reads; ?'My friends?Tae only maa ia Ibe voriel is dead, snd I cannot live without lim. Mrs. Clarence Wilson/' The story ol the secret wedding of the jiri to a fellow clerk, Clarence Wiltoo, ?early a year ago, wis uncovered later n the day. A few weeks after Hie wr-d ling the young bridegroom died. Out if ber meager salary Ihe girl paid tho sst of the expenses of the funeral two nontbs ago, aod then followed him. MRS. LEE'S PENSION. Presideot Rcs nevell feels deep interest n ihe family of Gen. Filzhugh Lee, and loped to see Congress pass a measure ncreaaiog ihe tension of Mrs. L?e, rbicb is now $30. A measure was in roc'ticed at the last tessioo proposing to nuke ber pension $50 per mooth. The lill was not introduced at tbe present esdon. A few diys siro the president ent for Congressman II. D Flood and liked him to introduce such a bill. Mr. ""lood readily resp.cded to Hie president's tithes, ami hus introduced a till to make l_r*. Lee's pensl.n il'> per mouth, rhe pension committee big, however, Joted up its work for the present session, md nothing can be done at this time to dvance the measure, but it is Mr. Flood's turpose to press it wih his usual vigor it the next session of Congress in tbe all. ^_ WANTS A DIVORCE. Charg'ng that Rev. Alfred J. Wilder, in Episcopal dviue, of Dayton, Fia., ia* been a husband to her in name only, lin. Wilder has brought snit for divorce, o ber complaint she alleges that her lusbtnd said bis love for ber waa purely piritusl, aud therefore ss s minister ie could not conscientiously carry ont he msrriage relv.ion. She dsclares she * desirous of becoming a mother. Mrs. Wilder further charges lhat her husband vs* guilty of conduct oi a grossly im >roper sort, bnt does not specify tts lalure or give any detsils. ? -^?? All want tbe hest. The Hess. Walk )ver, It-rd Cross, and Q.er-n Quality Shoes are 'r> lw* had at J A. Marshall k Ben's . 42? aT-wt. n-.i ?1 tf CARU OF THANKS. MY d.?dre to extend our heirn, li thanks to he members of th? Alexan Ina tire d.part nent and a'l ot?e-s fbi their prompt responaa ml 1 ? a, >? t-tj r's t .ward s's? iuj tl t ce-nlla (??a'ion i ) our proje \ li t n'ght, soil fief pfBVea?BS Ihe . | iirna'tii n of niter milling* irh.ch ?eie titre t u> l. Ile t service, are ie .nly appin nt *.l. Peapttl ul1 v, i. f. BiKKotoii*. ros _ "i>. A better ten td* is not made lor C olds an I? Grippe than C0,uy' r.n. Get a box now. loo sw.l*iiV*?c F <?? I FHiKKATFR A WN8. lenin no.: in HaaaaMaa, I ian. Nanticoke* Hoc. ti, A W. Tom*?** ile each. J C. MILBITRN. KW MAC-tfKF.L.-Nos. I, 2, 3 Mick ?ary 3, hy T C MILRrRN. rel, received today, danu*ry 3, by ~ MIL (selene.] LA icuK VU, .NEB and Choice Evaponited APPLES ju?t received hy _J. C. Mil BURN. La Clri poe i? lost in oblivi. n irh.nafewdoae ?f Uuiboo ire taken, loo sml ' a-loxes, st g 8. LFADRKATKR A SONS. PREMIER ROLLF.D OATS 10c per pack ig^._J. c. M1LBPRW. PD RE VINEGAR sud SPICES tor nick Ls*- tn, o%Im by i. C. MILBURN. BUefc-lOAL A***rOCI UION. sj The Amer ci/i Bargies! A**nciaiioi he'd its fin.il *e*si;n ii Richmond yes? terday and e'ected idficr-r* wilh Dr. C. B. G. Lf-MWede, iun \rH0r, ' Mich., as president: D . Roi G. L-.0-int<\ Pail >rfelph:s, eeere ar ? Dr. Uh.ri t A Powers, Denver, bul., ttetsue ; Dr Richard H.Hsrt--, Poll dtIphia record* ; delegates to the Am-r-e- n Coogresi ol Posscar.s and ?aret*oos-**->Dr. Hertert L. Barwell. Bott rn, .'ii mb. Philtfelj b-.i wai .iri-ided on ss the next piece of me-tit g. _?. ? The ihreesttiry briek bo d nu tccu* pied by Hicks Rardwaie 0 m pi ny io Bridge*, ort, () , * .Ure, and lb* ea lin butinp*' s*nioo ii tbr acned. One u an I wu fatally burned. An rchlst Pardoned. Madrid. Ma- 7 Kief alfons grant -el a pardon tod y to Ihrt men ?ii* faailitated Ausr hist Mor-nl's ev tip ? f di .wing n<* lat t?r'* at te ni ot ti h- i King sud Queen V ct .ri-* on their wedding day. OHINA, GLASS AND HOUBB KUB* IsTSHING OQOD3, Window Set eons and Screen Doors Screen Doors, all sizes. Dark Doors at 98c Light Doors at $1.25 and S1.5i (\;l Fax ure- I'aitnislied.) Window Screens, all sizes, from 25c up. 0-0 Perfect Oil Cook Stoves, 2-burner size, $7.50. Gas Stoves, 2-burner, at $.49. Moth Balls, 5c pound, 6 pounds for 25c ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and King Stf. riON BALE. _ ADAM A \\ e*i III I lt, Al i llwNKKK. I wasiiim, WK, D e- ] Receivers' Sale in Hankruptcy of a Large Stock of Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Molding, Glass, Machinery, Mill Work, Office Furniture*, Wagons, flat? ness, otc, being the entire con? tents of the Thomas R. Riley Lumber Yard, llth street and Ohio avenue northwest, Wash? ington, O. C By virtue of an r-trder cf tbs Basti tue Couti ofthe instil, i of ral.iiiii.ii, boMiBg ti Isak iiiptcy court, in re Tlomsa 1'. Kiley, ?Mt rupt. No. itt, the DBeieiaigned receivers will sell hy puhlie Baeden al wa Above Lumber Yard, 13th and Ohio avenue northwest, Wash? ington, D.C, commencing TUES? DAY, tbe 12th day of May A. D , 1908, at 10 30 o'clock a. rn, and continuing daily at the same hour until the entire stock is disposed of, consisting of a large stock of Mi-cellaueeiia I.mir.- , B III (open sud glazed), D**ir?, Blind*.Cedar Cost*.C..luton*, l-Uh*, Miseel Hiienus Molding, Millwotk, Windov anal I nor Framei-, Hain ttTB, I'linth and Corner Pl. t ? I ag Pol-s, Plate, Gather dral aad other Oise*, Hsnlwsrt, (Met Fur itnre, Mill Machinery, Klevator, ..' Wagon*, II?rnesi, etc., et.-. The shove Hock BM] I..- ii.-pert, d daily previous to ssle. Terms: t'r*h. L P. IOVIVi,, Receiver. -Ile, Pinta .lr.it N W. B. W. I-'I'KI It. I... -,ver, fill Fiiurleeniti .tieel H. t". mayf! fit Wa-hiinrt..ii, I'. C AMOK .1 KN . - Alexandria Amusement Co. 426 King Street. r* roi TuMi.iir. The Avaricious Father, Io the Days of Louis XVI, The Utile Easter Fairy, Something On His Mind. Special Show tonight Illustrated Song. Admission 5c Fine Wines and Liquors. LEARY & DWIS 307-9-11 Cameron St . Between Royal and Fairfax. Special atten'ion to trade in the surrounding counties. We have polite bar service and solicit a share of the trade of Alexandria, ma t itu Having Purchajedthe PKESCRIPTIO.N FILES Lennon's Pharmacy, fe4 KIM. STRK'T, Thea-n.e mb '?? ? i'.-l ).v ENrWlSLK\S M DKkN PHARMACY No uso KINi, sr , Ale-aa-ria, V*.. mayt lw_ LRAnBEATK.K's E*H"i,*.fe*N cf PULE NORWEGIAN COD LIVi.R OIL, cotnSined with hypopWnhites of I.me a al soda. Poor len ounce '..VI veenta. For ul. by _P, 8. ? FAD RF ATM PREMIER OAT FLAKES Jin, case*, tn* received ?*v _J. fi. MILBURN. Beelaction* In KALVIN* and Cl'RRANTH. ?Beat 1-eeded Raisin., Vic. Best Cleaned CarraaU. 10c. V?r ?_!? h C V1T RT'RN NEW PRUNES and EVAPORATED PK ACHES laat received by I n ur* or-itv BASKETS.?A good r-sortm-Li of Lunch 1 aad Market Basket*. J. C. M1LB.UN, j ^^^^^^DBYjieOOD^ Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone A Iii V King and Pitt Sts. We call special attention to our large variety of La? dies' and Children's Wash Dresses, .Wash Goat Suits, Wrappers, Kimonos, Etc. All to be seen in our ready to wear department on second floor. Let us show them to you. Ladies' Wash Suits. New I rd es' vs ash Suit*, made of motor suiting, iu neat atripea. i each. $?60; New Lillie*' Cabu?n Cloth Catt Su I. in Tan, Crown, Blue and : ?h !-. ?aob. $5 0": Ne* Lad a-e Kim. I .* s*h Cost *uii*, 'ail ir made, fit an f stvle, g-mt-siit ed, ea h.$. BO] Near U Iii e W's h Cai.no.i I a. tu Suit*, i e tly trimi-'e-l. Each . $> lOsnl $et 60: lat.ii s' New P'iiice** Rttiate ulta, in Blue, Pink, Tan and White, neatly trimmed and rey stylish, esch.t?98:. UadieS1 New W bi e Ptini-e- lawn lire s ., very stylish an I pretty. ea. 1.. $.'. OP L d e i' Colored Organdie Ureas-i, wry nest snd .tylish.esch pi 4rf?$t 60: Ladies' Wash Jackets. Ludie?' New White Liueo Finish Wash Jacket., neatly trimmed, eas..$3 49. $4 35. $6 50; In ie.' New Percale House Dr.?ee* i-ieh. $1 Ki : Ladies' New Percale Wrapper*, each.fl 00, $1 36, $1 50: .adies' Wash Skirts New Wash Hkirt* made of _ood quality cannou cloth. e*Kh. .$1 00 $1 TO. $1 88; Ladies' White Tsilor arnie Shirt Waiata.$1 Oil. $1 50, tl 9a. $> 5 j I. alie-.' l.mgliau' 1'iideiskirl*, .ed.. 49 Ladies' Wash Komonos. Kalin New Lawu Short Wash Kimo.io*, each.'.J5e, 35o. 60. _idi. s' New Long Lawn Kimonos, ciel..tit**, $l,$l 50 _die*' New .Kort Pink and Blue Crepe Kiiuoao*, eu-h.$1 60 .iiali.-.' New Long Crepe Kimonos in Pink and Blue, each.Pl 90 Standard Patterns, 10 and 15c. _JEW ELEE-L_ \ Mahogany t I Serving Trays. I'*--,n.ifu 11 y mounted in SHEF? FIELD SILVER RAIL, lotted I anal ii th handles. I Iii. 1\ .Oino* e*. $8, $10, Ul. , R. C. ACTON & SONS, r Jewelers and Silversmiths WANTED. WANTED. A voung lady to CI.FRK in atora. Addr [INO STREET, care Osae ts office. m**6 ?t WANTED?TO PURCHASE. i good six-room FRAME DWELLING witb USC rani. Price from $800 ti 41,300. Ad? rea* fisting nunile- ind price. "HOME I17YE4," ct.re <nzetie office. ma)6?t ihi: pure pood **niKK Virginia Produces the best butter made. If you are not aware of the fact try Midland Butter. Delivered to you fresh from the churn every FRIDAY. Price, 30c per pound. jail, 'ph?--e or write Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTOR**, ~',r. ?>t A .a nh anel Orewieeen Streets ?URE WINES AND LIQUORS . Ve desire to direct your attention to our superior brands of whiakiss. i ARLINGTON PURE RYE 1 )eart cid?uneirelled.) IRADDOCK STRAIGHT RYE ? MM Heller.) (Absolutely Pare.) Bf_ HI. ATTKNTIOS TU FAMILY TBADB. RILEY & SPINKS, I t: n.R PRIXCK ASP ROYAL S S-KTS FLOWERS. Violets, Carnations, Roses, Hyacinths, Tulips, Lillies, and Pot Plants. (rs. F.J. Kramer Floral Co., North Fayette dtreet, Both Phooes. . feM eSm_ LEADBEATER^_ Perfected PrenarsUos i f ths Tssuleas Erttraci of COP UVEE OIL. . oaaos boult- 76c. For atv!* by E. 8 LKAPBUTKB * SONS Citizens' National Bank Alexaniri9, Virginia. Capital.. $100,000.00 Surplus.. $100,000.00 OFFICERS : President, Edward L. Dangerfield. Richard M. (_reeu,:Cair.lsr. Vice President, Carroll Pierce. E. E, Payne .'Ant. Cashier. J. C. Smoot. Worth Hulflsb. Urban S. Lambert. Ul HECTOR*! : Edward I. Dalngsrflsld M. A. Ahern. J. W. Roberts. Carroll Pierce. Patrons having:! accounts in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT will please \ resent their books to have interest due April first credited thereon. Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited. Interest Paid in Our Savings Department. I SUPERLATIVE FLOUR YOUR GROCER KNOWS "THEY ARE BEST" GOLD MEDAL FLOUR WEDDING GIFTS OF THE RIGHT KIND. No matter what it is, if it's STERLING SILVER and it's useful, it will make a nice wedding gift. Every woman appreeiatea some* thing nice in Sterling. And immediately her e-ie feastr upon some pretty article, she instinctively looks for the little word qaaHty. "Sterling." Alwsys give Sterling Silver. It cotti little more than the other kind, bat is much more appreeiatea. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, $5.00 up. " Sugar Spoons, 2.50 up. " Cream Ladles, 3 00 up. " Pickle Forks, 7.00 up. Saunders <5_ Son,t2,KinB Street. O BOOERIE-*. 'Ramsay belli tha Bast CHEAP 700 pounds FINE LARGE Prunes Prices Reduced 2c and 3c a Pound. G. Wm. Ramsay. .-5CASES. Pawnee Oats Good. 10 Cents a Package. c-0?? 0 G. Wm. Ramsay. Loose Rolled Oats 5 CENTS a pound At RAMSAY'S. THE BEST. Toasted Cerealine CORN FLAKES li 10 Cents a Package. ,1 nil* The Finest of Evere-thing. Virginia Claret 25c a bottle. 5 bottles for $1. THOS. LANNON, Cor. Cameron and Pitt Sts. DRY GOOD*. Special Sale BLACK WATERPROOF India Silks 36 inch Black Waterproo f India Silk, Lyons dye. $1.25 value at 89c. 27 inch Black Waterproof India Silk, Lyons dye, $ I value at 85c. 27 inch Black India Silk, our 59c quality at 49c. 27 inch Black India Silk, waterproof, Ly o n s d y e our 75c quality at 65c, New lotof the popular Dotted Foulard Silks Pongee and Satin fin? ish, 69c to 75c val? ues, at 59c 27 inch Rajahs, all colors, including: hlack and white, $1 value at 89c. SA LEO F Black Taffetas 36 inch Black Taffeta, guaranteed, the heavy, rustling kind, our $1.50 number, <? | tn This week ?PI.IV 36 inch Black Ta.letta, our Aftr* $125 quality. This week VOL* 19 inch Black Taffeta, extra heavy, rustling,_;uaranteed, our 85c quality. AOr This week. ""t* 19 inch all silk Black _ c.-. Taffeta, at. tCfVe 36 inch white India Wash AQs Silk, 59c value, at. tye 19 inch white ^2r> Vnt* A wash silk...**?**?? i?ru. AND SONS, 316 King Street. BELL'I HONE. HOME'fl IO WK FANCY FLOR I ti A .OMATOF*** ICM lound, 3 lb. tor Me. N?* Potslaes, 15c I pack. 3 (bbs Best Toast.* *, 25c*. A Cana Jbrirer'i Fess, 25c. 4 Csaa (ream Corn. Evaporated Apples, Ito lb. 7 C.ke* Star or .ircus Soap, 25e. W. P. WOO LI-J 4 tiOX, Royal sad Wolfe bu.