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ALEXANDRIA, VA.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 2<>, 19()8. PRICE 2 CENTS Making Good. There lt no way of making ttufVnf fiends like "Making Good;" and Doetoi leroa't medicinal well exemplify thia and thtlr friends, after more thar, tw decades of popularity, aro numbered i>; tho hundreds of thousands. They havi "mada good" and they have not mud* drunkard*. A good, honest, so,\iare-deal medicine o known composition is Dr. Pierce's Oold?r Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an im mente sale, while, most of the prepara? tion! that have como into prominent- lr ibo earlier period of Its popularity havi "gone by tba I Hard ? and aro Darer more beard of. Thara must lie some raaaon fm th li long-time popularity and that li tc bo found In itt superior merits. When enco given a fair triu! for weak stomach, orforlivcrai.il blood affections, ll rlor curativequalities' an.d manifest; hence lt has survived and grown la poje ular favor, while scores of leta meritorious articles have suddenly flashed Into f nv or for a brief period anti tb^ii bato as.-oun fOMUtteO, tor h torpid liver with Its attendant Indlgi ? penola, headache, per laps dltxinesa, foul breath, nasty coated tongue, arith bitter tn>t>? loss ol appetite, with dist c and ii Ploree'a Golden Medical Diacovei an btfMMOt medicine with ttl! lu lagredlenH printed on bottle-wi ? no secret, na hoeutt-pocua humbug, therefore d.m't accept ti substitute that the dealer in iv possibly make a little big? ger profit, binti mi your righi to hara what you call for. Don't buy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip? tion expecting it, to prove a "core-all." lt Ia only advised fur woman's tpectal ail? ments. Ii makes weak women strong and alck women well. Len advertised than tome preparations sold for like puroona, Itt sterling curative virtues still maintain lu position In the front ranks, where lt stood over two decades ano. As an In YlgorathiK tonic and strengthening nerv? ine lt ls unequaled, lt won t aatiify those who want" booze," fur there is not a drop of alcohol In lt. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the origi? nal Little Liver r'iil.--, although the first Sill of their kind in tbe market, still lend, nd wh.-u mee tried are ever afterwards lo favor. Easy to take as candy?ono ta tbme a dose. Much imitated but never equaled. GENT*' FURNISHINGS. GENTS' NOBBY SPRING SUITS AND HANDSOME NECKWEAR. Call and be convinced that we can sell you as good clothing as eheap as the cheapest. Extra Large Stock ol Gents* Furnishings. R, Leo 1 612 Kin*; St. KLKUiKlOAl. SUPPLIED The House Illumined with electric lights is always twight and cheerful looking. If your keane ii cot wired for electricity, have ni do il for you at once. Yen csu rom do idea how great is the number of ELECTRICAL CONVENIENCES. One you wiU mot be aide to appre cist* issn ele.trie fan. You can i a Gae breeze in the borea weather. But femme on ly a part of what elec? tricity can do for von. Otana here and tel lots of others equally na good Alexandria Electric Co. 502 Kine st. Bell Thone 193. iivE_sitF??R6lNii lieevi of Btati Public 8choo! System. letters. fcVrsonce, law. Medicine. Ba^lneerataC. $10 Coven AllCosts lo Virginia ttadenta of faa and tuition in dither of Hie academic departments; low? est charge* in the Booth. Next session b*gius September loyf. University ?ul" ruer School ope an July lMh Wend I'jr catalogue. HOWARD U | , -T? >N\ iuay4w8w rn JU iistrsr.rharlot'^ville.Va. KKEt_ In order lo introduce our Jrsjjrant Gly STi! L?1'0?' w?wU! ^lVt ' >'"?''' eudomer ^0^"-T?.V,,"'le"frl ->rupor ?xt,^,I'?H?''^"'"-"I'lrnw the ..ext H> days iatSaSfitt aKr*"1 Ul>,vr,ne Loti00 ?b e\ 8. L?A.DB?AVE_;e?ScX)N8, I aMt^nbtia (gazette* j j PUBLISHED DAILY AXD TEI-WIKLY AT ! j GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 A 812 PJKINCK STREET. > j Tanita: Daily?1 year, $6:00 6 montos jf$50: 3 monthi, $1:26; 1 month, 43cents f i 1 week, 10 cents. i i Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 monthi, $1.60 . 3 monthi, 76 cents: 1 month. 25 couta. | Contract advertisers will not bo allowed to ex i coed their space unless the excess ii paid foi I at transient rates, and under no circum? stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business io the space contracted for. Marriage and death uotioes most be paid for in advance. Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tribntee of respect, resolution! adopted by societies or persons, unless of public concern, will aly le printed in the paper aa advertise men tc. [Entered at the PostofBce of Alexandria, Vu ginia, aa second-class roatUr.l MURDERED BY HIS SON. Ah was stated in the Gazetts, George EJw?il ^leiry, aged 72 yean, president of the Weaver A Stet ry Company, whole? sale druggists, in New York, a director of Princeton Theological Heroinsry, an eldirof Ihe Fourth Avenue Presbjt r iao Church, of New York, and a mil? lionaire, was shot and killed at noon yesterday as he sat belora hit desk in his private office on Pine street. His mur? der! i waa his second son, George E. Harry, aged 40 yean and mimed, the secretary of t te drug company. All?i shooting his father the ton walked ii a chair a few feet away, spread a newspaper on his lap and then fired a buliet imo hit own hain st almost the exact spot where he had shot his father. The elder Ku rr/ wss to have been married to Miss Rachael Briggs Blaikie, a schoolteacher of East Orange, and 40 yean his junior. It was his ooo's ob? jection to this mtrriage, shs rad in to some extent by his brothers, which led to yesterday's tragedy, ia was shown conclusively by a letter ar tan, ii iiiiiu.My, at bis desk in tho office ad j lining his lathi r's a short t rae b< fore '?e prime and lound afterward in the mu nh i i'd pocket. George Hterry bad boen dr ukinc heavily of late, so heavily, in (ait tut ihe Lt^er bad been !< i ed lo go ?r uno li Home ol fie neighboring coles and "eked as a favor lo him that they iidiiv t i extend G?nrge any credit. The following is au ex i .ct from the letter found in Ihe latter's pocket: "1 took a sob inn oath tn raye.If lha< my f.-ither should never disgrace tic mt inoiy of my sainted mother. Toere ii not a taint of selllibceHS in me, ami bad my father engaged himself t > a ladv ?f mature age I would not, and certainly aoso ofmy br i'hers would not, have lu limn li (I him good lurk and cer..'.inly trust thal he would live lor over. 1 alwaya dca'rd a long and happy life for ruy 'old mun'?a term whico I i quenily and allectiooately used toward bini." RIOTING IN CLEVELAND, Rioting became general and serious in the mi-et railway strike in Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday. The first death, while not a par; of fte itt ike, bul incident to it, occurred when Yelta Wolinski, four yean of age, wss run over by a car op arated by au ir.exp> rirnced motorman. Che child's liesri wss fevered from hu oo.ly. By mistake two morgue-keepers had been called. When their dead wag? ons arrived oue took ihe girl's head and the o li; r I er body. Tie frantic parei ti d the i i , excitedly trying to obtain possession of the several parts of the body, inflamed tbe mob spit t and mc i j serious trouble was nan owly averted by the police. A crowd quickly gathered ni.I would have lynched the motorman hid he not turned on full speed and es? caped. I n Likewood a car was stopped and tbe crew fired upon. Four persons wo < shot and sir ously injured and the ci i wm burned to the lucks. The buming ot a Clifton bulevanl carin Lakewood was the most serb tis riot of thettr ke, which bro* four days old. The car was going toward the western terminal when it was stopped by a log being thrown across the tracks, j As soon as t be ci r siopprd it was su r-1 (j, rounded by a crowd of rioters, who were bidden behind a railway bridge. Imme-' j diately the rr iwd began shoot ng nt the n. members of the crew and guards. Tbe ' m lat ii ijturaed tbefiie. AU told, ovn 80 shots were exchanged. While lha shooting was in progress the crowd iir.it tl nearly a thouitm1. Anotlin car in.ved and ita crew and guards joined in the free-for-all-fight. Gasoline wss poured upon the second ctr, and it burned to the trucks. TO DIE FROM RABIES. Knowing he mu-t die (rom hy Jr ipho bia wit lin three days, although he was never bi tai by a dog, William H. Marsh, a weah ty resident of Brooklyn, ia ai ringing his affairs at hit home. Mr. Marsh learned Moiday at the Pas eui Institute that his end was neir. At t bat time, aa now, therr was mil? ing about hil appearance to indicate n tbe layman that Mr. Marsh waa sufi, l.ng trom the .dr.ad disease. "How long do you give mo t > live.' ' he ashed the doctors. "Not long," said oue of t icm, "prob? ably four dayr." Afr thanking tbe physicians fr their pflorts in hia behalf Mr. Msrsb quietly depart <d. No one who taw him would have puspext*! that the Bio.ok lyuit* waa about to prepare for hit death. A week ago Mi. Mr uh began to sufi- r from a nervous twitching of his lips and his tb nat also seemed slightly para? lyzed. He had studied medicine it one time and thc idea finally came to him that he had hydrophobia. He was treated at the Pasteur Institut*, bnt with? out effect. Six weeks ago a pet dog owned by Mr. Marsh's daughter waa bitten by a mid Keuiie ly's laxative Cough ?yrup doe* not eonstipste, bnt on fie other hand it? 1-uative Drinciplei gently move tbe bowels. Chi! 'rea [Ike it. gold by W. F. Orelghton * Co. (i GREAT NEWS For flothers of Boys ard Girls. ^/.ri Boya* Wash Suits ?' !e#s tbsn yon have ti pay JI ll I inr tiie mskiii(r wiz>s'r ?m 2 yen i to 14 years, jl I Th? v come in wb l^ sud coir I d. Sa#V\/ Price.50c, 75c, 85c and $1.00 Fer tho GHrla ww nejrn tr etea ffum I vei " '<> lt. whit' or ts* rid. Prim.25c, 50c 75c and $1.00. Women's Suits Took a Tumble. $12.50 and $15 Suits Reduced to $10 (lt rm em lier Om Soils fl'.) Our Huits sre well ranee Ready-made Ge* depiiitiiieiit with ti-. Wt have heen i'l it nil tbodaTi n oar lif-. We '? ii ? ? le ii a gamea) ls wall noado, We knea s (rnrn i- teeta. WV kn", a ken te? hay aad when io etty Trunks that wiM stand the bumps from a$2a25 tO a$15 Trunk* canvas covere I, iron Imin i.benvy millie ible Iron mn-iiitin'-. temi herd wood alala ea top. Rraoe Exeel?k>r leek, 'li litter getwi linen lined. All oar STBAIf EB 'iT/'NKS sw linen Nemo Corsets frot ffg&stock Window Shades made to order, any color or quality. Come and get our price. Women's Knit Underwear. Tape Neck and Sleeves. Worth 12'c. Special at 10c. i ROSENFELD'S, r 518-20King St., Alexan ria. Va. Both 'Phones. Both 'Phones. a MHMMH.H.MHMvvvv Kaufmann Bros.' SPECIAL SALE OF Clothing. Men's and Boys' .Suits. Manufacturers' Sample. They are T Fancy Worsteds and Blue Serges?saving you at hast y 25 cents on every dollar's worth nought here POROSKNIT UNDERWEAR You .ire only experiment? ing in trying to get pei fret comfort ont of any other kind t>f Underwear- The result is wt)rkcd out for you in tilc POROSKNIT. Sold Bv mmm OVOawM KAUFMANN BROS., 402-405 Kinvr Street, Alexandria Virginia. Mail-Order Promptness. *?????*?* WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM VS. We are thc largest fish dealers in this section. e the largest slock to select ir place Clean aad Beaitarj ni dust; no Wi elem and deliv r moth 'null pst tv <>f tl eelty free We are men all ilay, from I ?. ni. la fl \>. u. POTOMAC FISH CO. 109 N. ROYAL STREET. BOTH PHONES 1M >g. A veteri tn rf turg"on treated I lie ?t mid Mr. Marsh bandaged ti orr andi lily/. Thn dog, in gi ttude, licked a master's hand, anil ll wis in (hi* ly that Mr. Mush gi t the poi an n in say-l-ni. Tiie pet died la h lit 10 lit ago. Mr. Marsh hts msde his *>)! and it iw resignedly awaiiiug the pim titian., ania. DeWitt'e Little Earl? r.ietsflre smsll safe re snd tent'e lillie iiilla. Sell ley Vf. ?, ?eigliton A t'o. ~~IIOUSH FlIRNI>HINOS._ CARPETS CLEANED. .AVE IT DONE BY THE LATEST DRY PROCESS. ngrain . 3c per yd. brussels- 4c per yd. 'elvet - 5c per yd floquett - 6c per yd. end orders to us and they will be called for. _(Al King Street._ LEAHBEATEKS'8 Porftctod Preuaratioa the TasUlesi Extract of COD LI VEE OIL. oonoo bottlea 76c. For oale by B. 8 T.BiT.ngATa3? m 90K8 The Bett of If very Mi I ni. Red Cedar Flakes. The best moth Preven? tive known 10c the package. TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 King Street. BOTH 'HMNim. KWH JEWEI.KV. We are closing out a gross of ROGERS' Extra Plate TEA SPOONS AT $1.25 per dozen, or 65c per half dozen. Regular price $1.90 per doz. These spoons will last for ten years in ordinary family use. Also a few other bargains in Rogers' Table & Dessert Spoons and Forks. ?ed See window display. H. W. WILDT & SON, JEWELERS. KM) NON TH Kui AI. *TKKET. ~F&?dH GiUHAJI FLOUli jnai"rec?"wi. by J.C. MLLXXJIXS. For Rent 414 S. Lee Street, ?i rooms aort balb.118.00 323 S. Lee Street, 7 room frame. 15.00 708 N. Patrick Street, 6 rr-oru hamp, large ynrd 12 00 207 N.Payne Street, ii n .mi Irsiue (iiiclotiing ultu).... 10,60 700 N. Patrick Street, 7 r> nm framr?. 10. CO 311 S Columbus St., I ifims ( ncluding waler).. 10 .e.O 310 Gibbon Street, fi room frame. 8.00 621 Si Patrick Street, r> room brick. 7.00 312 N. Pitt Street, ii rn rn frame. 9.08 103 N. West Street, B roora brick. 8.60 306 Gibbon Street, S r om (run?. *t 00 FLAT at No. 825 Duke Street, 9 rooms and balb. 25.00 Jl Room 3, ANxsiirlria Nh'I Hank Bl.tr King and Royal Streets. B'll''l'h?ine 2-M. Pepita) City Thone Itt SJ. COLLINSGRU CO. I ctvvi'i'n 7th and 8th and L and M sirtets S. E., Washington - - D. C. AH Grades of Horses. Two car loads received each week. Take GREEN Car to Navy Yard. a pris tru*_ i OR SALF. flov'ra! small piece* of licautifiil latni||fot alt o in ta l n uh; from ONE TO SIX ACRES EACI\ also Mi Mixl.w hal SINGLY oft ir* IROIJI'S, ccavmiieiit to rxlroatl* and *.!>?OJ rn- Krill frou Alexandr!* air.l fire blt I > Terms to tail ft. F. KNOX. lift nat* TJiire,! et wwi, AUsnirvMs V., Suggestions FOR YOUR School Commencement Dresses. Imported White Swisses with pin dots at 25c, 39c, 50c and 60c a yard. Imported Swisses, floral designs, at 60c a yard. White Mercerized Batistes, 45 in.wide,at 25c,39c,50l White Wash Chiffons, 45 in. wide, at 18c, 25c, 35c, 50c. Persian Lawns, at 12 l-2c 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c White Swiss Mulls, 45 in wide, at 30c. 60c. White Wash Silks, 25c, 39c, 50c, 69c, 75c, $1 Silk Crepe de Chines, at 69cayard Fine Valenciennes Laces J^and insertings to match, 25c, 60c, $1 dozen, ku Pomt,d 'Esprit Nets, 29c Yard. White Bobinet for dresses, at 25c, 39c, 49c. -o AND SONS, 316 King Street BELL THOSE. HOME'PHONE A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose for $2.50 nr-rr? EH a9 ira which arc in too ? mdition to he im d with varnish alone can he made to imitate a genuine hardwood ri- *>r v. .iii liiis nm patented < ii lining System. iel not recju n cs nf a ? J fin i Graining Ti >ol ol skill eaafully the inexpert ? man or woman, rtaking it j ? at \ very ? enjoy I a new hard wi'.xl Boor. Th i . l.'iim ix'und when protected (>y uni.- or two < oata wi C hi - Nanni produce! a surface that will mit-wear ordinary varnished Boor, many times over. Hundreds nf people will come to our store this week to see PU l-MAMFI Demonstrated. Come and let the lady WM1 nnm^ui show you what you can do with CHI-NAM EL. You will be surprised. Fhe demonstration will last until and including Saturday, May 2\d GRIFFIN & MICHELBACH, 810-812 KING STREET. TIIF. Pl KIO FOOD HT1IIIE 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. Call, 'phone or write Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTORS, Cor. flt. Aaaph and Orono**) jitrtctt. Insist upon DcWitt'a Witch Haxel Salve. ft it eepe.-lally foo.! tm i- \->. bali oj Vf. W, Creighton A Co._ Kew Head itice just rermtd by J. C. MILBURN. TUB TiNiTKD STATFS OF AMERICA, EAS "ERN DISTKIC C OF VHQ 'SlA. When-ls 01 the 16th day of May, IWi, L li I^wia, tu >ruey for the United .Staten for the Eastern District of Virginia, for and in the nan c of the United Stiles of America filed a libel in thc District Court of th.- United Sta'es for the Ea* urn District of Virginia, agaioit SOOaackaof floor sMppcJ from Orr t He, Ohio, 11 Aleztndrit, Virginia, hythe Orrrille stilling Company, of Orrrille, Ohio, fi40 ?ar_a of which ait labeled "Southern Star Family, H. Kirk A Son. Alexandria, Va.," and lfti e_ek? ot which ar* latteled 'Brtt>r than Diamond, Fancy, H. Kirk A Sou, Alexandria. Va." And ?I creai, by virtue of proceta io due form r>f law. lo n e directed, returnable on the lfitli d-ty of May, 1908, I have seized aud taken the taid 800 sacks ot floor and hare tin rn in my custody Notice is hrrety given that a District Court will hi- held in thel United Staten court room, in the city of Alexandria, on the 29th DAV OF MAY, 1908, for the trial of -aid prr-mitea. and the owner or ow nert, and all persons who may have or rUim any lutmu, tre hereby ci'd tobe and appear at the lime and place aforesud, to ?bow cau>e, if any they bare, why a final de? cree should not pat* ta prayed. MORGAN TREAT, I'nitei Staten Mardbal. By JOSEPH F. GUlVEB, Deputy II. 8. Marmal. Alexandr a, Va., May 19,1906. mayiwtd Hell 'Phone. Home 'Phone King and Pitt Sts. BLACK CAT Hosiery, ALACK CAT BRAND CHICA0O-KEMOSHA HOSIEBV COMPANY Jlsmosua, Vu, / We are exclusive agents in Alexandria for the cele? brated Blackcat Hosiery for boys and girls. The splendid wearing quality of this line of Boys' and Cirls* Hosiery is well known. We have them in all sizes ? in two weights?light and me? dium?and every pair is guaranteed to be fast black and wear well 25c Pair. Standard Patterns 10c and 15c. Buttons Made to Order. Bring your material eVith you and we will Tiake buttons for you rvhilelyou wait, at very small cost. REAL EHTATE. FOR SALE 31d and well-established Retail Liquor AND GROCERY BUSINESS, Including Store and Dwelling, Phree Squares north of King Street. Owner has good reason for selling. Cheap to quick purchaser H. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., lt Sooth Fairfax Street Alexandria. Va. FOUNDERS AND MA0HWI8T8^ J. & B. AITCHISON, TACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENG1 NEEBS, ?And Buiidere of? aBINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES BUckennthiug and Steam Fitting. Ecjrl *r?' and Hachiniata' Supplies, and all sort mill work and that connected with brick irk promptly executed. Bepairin| prompt J. A fl. AITCHISON, if Kuli Ste** I A\ntaatit, Tee