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H***1 W txan VOLU VIE CIX.--NO.10Q ALEXANDRIA, VA. TUESDAY EVEVIN(5. SEPTEMBER 1, 1908 PRICE 2 CENTS .?-?._-? tOtO AAeVOaetXOk Cn_C*t DRY GOOD-* DRY GOODS DRY GOOPS. BILIOUS? SIMMONS REGULATOR FOR SPEEDY RELIEF: Kell 'Phone. Home "Phone King and Pitt Sts. SminedS MONTHS GUARANTEE Against hole*. No more darning if you buy oleproaP hosiery** Ml the popular colors. Fok Min : Egyptian i Cotton (rat-ilium or \li_ht weight). Sold in boxes nf six pair* for -ROO. Poa Ladies: Egyptian Cotton: six pairs for $2.00, A guarantee ticket mitti each fair. Are Your Insured? If not buy the Hole-proof Hosiery from us and we will guarantee six pairs of them to wear six months without darning, and remember, if any of the six pairs should need darning within six months you are entitle i to neW ones. Men's Holeproof Sox are made in blacks, greys, tans, blues, and black with white feet. Six Pairs for $2 Ladies' black, tan and white feet Holeproof Hos? iery, six pair for $2,00. With a written guarantee Standard Patterns 16c & 15c K A V EDUCATIONAL. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, Alei.e Bonding nd Dav Bi li.nl for GD -. splendidly tqaippsd building. Teaching in Kuglifh ;iu 1 Mn ic tho tutiM , ni., -date, un cr a corps nf lee Ive .-? ter-. Pinjin! lirnarfant nfl ts leecial nd vintage to papil* dsMring tn (i ;? re (br o<?ea ?erk. I'.c- lions wear d ob oomph ti. n efooune. Boys cm'er twelve yean drain d today sch .ol- Foi Ho-add-*** LISTER, of i UK HOLY CB BUB.20 lui The Alexandria College. _to_etht;r eilh Tlc-Tiieol..:; ~ ThePtiili opaiea] Schoo', 1 h- 1 aw -c -c ni. The Meili?*i School, S'l i 'le LOri-nt dil i ? Soi?nary fo-m th-- new ORIENTAL UNIVERSITY, A eraodria, Ya. Aov.lemic \eir bsgiaa ."september ,>0tb. Apply ai the otlic'e, SUI ?outh Washington _aug* 3m Arlington Institute, A SCMO)L FOR GIRLS. 21'. NORTH WASHINGTON STREET, A ic vault ia. Vu. Th- Hod > r will Ix-Kiu ou Thursday Bepteml I -r 'M .:'!? Avery lin itel nun***] <!' bom in | n vt st I e.t-itu-a er's hu i Mian' andaf?r?epteniber Ut at-et Mis* A. M. CHANDLER, Principal. auls't sal NEW PRUNES and EVAPORATKI TEACHEh< In.i .r?*?i?-*! hy i'KKtiH ott, A ti A aa Iri.vn I. just receive. ly J c. MILBURN. 2d&fatibtia (gazette. PC8LI8RKO DAILY AND TKI-WKKKLY AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 A 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered at the Postoffioe of Alexandria, Vir ginia, aa seoond-olasB matter. 1 CIR 3UMSTANTIAL EVIDENOK. Ia a crimiual case one day Sr eoator Vest tuged tbat no man should be con? victed on circumstantial evidence alonr, "Why," he said, "when I eas a boy I knew another lad who, while h's par? ents were absent, went into tbe pantry and nearly devoured aeuat-ri pie. Thea, fearing the consequences, he looked about for meant of hiding the traces of his guilt. "He seized the cat, smeared her fie and paws with the custt-rl, aol then t.-ok the innocent animal into the back yard and shot ber. As be did so, tbe b>y observed to me: -'There goes one more victim of cir? cumstantial evidence." Via: won the case.?Philadelphia L igor. There are many imitation! of DeWitt' Carboiiaad Witch Hazel Salve but j um one srifii ul. Sold by W. F. Creighton a Oe. TIUPPED BY DESERTED WIFE Mr-. Frank Warren, a ddrmineo little woman, of Newark, had tbe sat? isfaction y rat rd ay ol seeing her husband, * bom she had traced over a Urge part if ttie east and s mb, and Mihi Beran Jlickner, toe woman for whom ber hu.< tia>>d had forsakon btr, beld on a Kt ta t >iy ch?r>;e, in toe fir t criminal coun o Jersey (J ty. VVaireu is ti yeirs old, and inherited consider ebie money. He wns a mem? ber of the printing firm of Unit ba & Mc ?jlovcrn, of Newark, up to a year ago, when he sold out his in'.tr-st in the business and left town. His wife knew why be had gone, and undertook hi r long chase of him ami his companion. While *m an automobile trip Ut Um aumm r of 1907 Warren met Haran Clickner, the 18 yerrr-old d*ueh er rn the proprietor ol the total tt Paaaa'r, Mra. Warren 1 fined nf her husband's uent visits in P lt Un, ai.d bo - Bcd tbe gill's filer th. t bet -.inti r was a mar ed mai. Immed tl a't r tbt-.t Wa; re.i disspp and f om tb. Union Club, in N wiri, where he ha" ? en living. Mrs. Warren, tlrough private dttc ives, trac d toe pbir ti a Pennsylvania town, thence to Washingt in, and I tr to Bcvannab, She wei, t to tbe aouthert. gitf herself and bad ber husband arrested c second time*. Because she could n t -aise enough money to defray th- ex oense nf tra hf tag brought nert o to st end tis] em the deseitioa charge, Mrs. War ? n was forced to allow tbe arrest in havannah to fall t'- r nigh. A short tone pg i the deserted woman e rued that her husband and the woman could be found at a leisey City bc til. rJhft communictt d with her huiband by ?lephone and met him at the Pennsyl? vania depot there on Saturday night and oad him atti tbe wt n an arrested. Th-y we re released on bail. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, safe, easy o'emaut, sure, little liver pills. Soil by iV. P. Creighton A Co. RAIDED OPIUM JOINT-. In arresting four Chinamen last night on charges of violating the pharmacy law, the police fired the first gun tn the meade against the opium trsffic in Wsstnr t ton. The t-rrests were made after an inve? :igation ol five months, in which t me jvery ar ince and t-ick known ti the police wera used in an efloit to ob'.a n svidence for conviction in the polite watt, Five warrama for the arrest of Onint nen were ismtd, but orly four Celes? tials wt r< apprehended. The filth wi warned by friends, and tin-appeared be? fore the arrival of'.he police. TneothT fonr were arrested in th" r shop*. All ire known as "rn rchai.t-t" aod own stores. Although the Chinamen were arrested ia the technical chfcrge ol violet ng th" pharmacy law, tbey are wanted for sell? ing opium, not amt king |it. According i the police, opium is used in large .uaU'tties by Celestials in Washington. 800TTIN FISTFIGHT. N. B. Scott, of West Virginia, Unitfd States senator and member of h national republican committee, and *, G. -Smith, former member of iha Stete Henate snd one of the Ipa ling republi ?aus of tbe stat \ engaged in a fin figh1 yesterday evening. The fight occurred in ins office of the Dollar Cavings and Trust Company, which waa crowded st the time. "I understand you said the United States senator bsd been bought," seid -'ena'or Scot. 'I did rot use those exact words," ?plied Smith. "I did say that the Uoited Stat* senalonhip io West Vii inis had been bought up." "You're ? H.ri ' said Scott, and thea the fcat.ie was on. Blow ?ft-?r blow was exchanged and he tvo men clinched and rolled on the floor untl separated. Senator Scot eas pre ty badly used up. (.rauulatee! Sore Eves Cured. "For twenty years I suffered 'rom a oad case of granulated bi re eyes, says ilsr.m Boyd of Heniieiti, Ky. "In February, 1008, a gentleman asked mt to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought me box and used about two-thirds ot it and my eyes have not given me any ir rn le since." This salve is for sale by W. F. Creighton and Co., and li'chard Uibson._ Tciirist Excursion Fares. Tlc. Southe ni Railway announces eflective >me lat return ptioa of sale of tourist rower lon tickets to points in Virginia, North and ^. ah''arolina, Tennessee, etc., aud return. r/h?'e tickets will he on axle daily until Sep Seo; final return limit October 31, uc if*'otherwise specified. For further infor? mation apply to nearest coupon ticket ageni. Muthern Railway, ..: tjrcincsrtvxyxjtxjmjr t: Kaufmann Bros 402-405 King Street. Shirt Sale \\ anti $1.25 Shirts />?c Think of it, - - - VTV-FV' Any shirt of negligee style in our store that sold for $1 and $1.25, your choice now >68c 1 Kaufmann Bros CLOTHING AND HABERDASHERY. President, Vice President, Edward L. Dangerfield. Carroll Pierce. Richard M. tireen, Cashier. E. F, Payne .Asst. Cashier. DI HECTOR>: Edward ;L. ;Oainzerfleld J. C. Smoot. J. W. Roberts. Worth Hulflsh. Carroll Pierce. M. A. Ahern. Urban S. Lambert. lUOaUCH II A ill lillis. Loans .... *599,902.00 ; Capital.* 100,000 00 U H. Bonds to se- ! Surplus .... 50,000''" cure circulation . 100,01/0 00 Undivided Profits 60,7?'9 56 Bonds to secure U. Circulation . . . lon,ooo 00 S. Deposit . . 53,000.00 Deposits ... 634,591.83 Other iteinds and U. S. Deposits . . 50,000,0" Stocks '??? Banking House & 30,561.56 :?T ? Real Estate . . Cash . . 49,647.62 52,856.97 Due from Hanks and Reserve Agents . 109,333.24 -158,980-86 "995,301.39 KX UIMON-. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. Steamer Jamestown Moonlight Excursions. ron i, mu.rs dowi r<n.>v .0 i rn DAItl inch l>iN<. |St ni>ay-. IIAVK 7\f0 l\ M. l'KllM K.\'( I l>ION i-ikk. kkti un tOJO r. m., norfUB AT J LU AM'irl \ i:nlll "AV-. (lancing: : Palm Garden Fare - - 50 cents. jm>\ Ire datei ..ik-m for SPECIAL K\( I?I'.sioN.-j. Cor particulars apply t?, H. (AM IHAN.tien, Pies. Ag:. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company. : RJRNISBINCH. 4rt Squares. Manufacturers' samples it less than wholesale prices. te 12 Brussels Rug, $10.50. )xl2 Extra Brussels, $16.50 to $20. )xl2 Extra Quality Wilton Velvet, $19 to $21.00. eSOl Kine Street. Reduction* ia RAISINS aud CURRANTS, -Beat Se-.led Rai mus, 12c Best Cleaned Curran ta, Ute*. For sale bv C. MILBURN, I.KAL K-TATK. FOR SALE. Nine Room Brick, good condition,ex? cellent location. $2,500 E b. Harlow & Co., Inc., Hf Sooth Fairfax Stat* Alexandria, V>\ IHK HI KK KIM HI M'llMi Midland Butter Is the quality sort that appeals to those who are pauicularly discriminating as to the merits of the butter they buy. It's pure, sweet and appetizing For years Midland Bntter has been recognized as the best that comes to Alexandria We desire your butter trade. Price, 30c per pound. Call, 'phone or write o-o-f) Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTOR?, Cor. St. Asaph and Orooooo Streeta. 10th,llth,F.&G.Sts?N.W Washington, D. C. Fifth Annual September SALE OF Furniture (25 to 50 per cent below actual value). High-grade pieces of Furniture, the product i of the leading manufacturers ot the part, nor h and ac t. have been gathered t .g.-ther in a triad, artistic ind useful collection, which is cbarac tedstic of the latoi 11 f this store, thu omi patrons shall buy what fis their i Mt<b; ami tbat the purchase shall serve a real purpore, uras.'nl or ornamental, in ihe hi.me. We earoeatly dean our patron* lo tatealvanta^e of our inter st la their selections, and to use the store, its ront<*ot* and our counsel in the work ing out nf nappy results in their house furnishing. Aumiig ihe many articles included ia this sale are Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dom? inates, Washstands, Beda, Cbevsl Mir? rors, Bedreoom Chairs and Rocker', Toilet Tables, Bedroom Butt's, Bnfl, u, China Cabinets, Extention Tsbl b, Ser? ing Tables, Dining-room Chairs, Din. ng rc.om Suites, Two and Three Fieee Car or Patten, Old Psrior S-?t es, O Jd ''arlor Chans and Rocker , Parlor Cabi ii-ts, ll nikn Chair-!, Gilt Chairs and Se te^s, Parlor Tables, Hall Mrrors, Hall Seats Hall Rack*, Hall Chairs, rl_]| Tablri, Library Tables, Wom-n's Unka, Bookcsres, India Seats, Turkish Ohairs snd Rockers, Weatiered Oik )ha'rs and Ruckrre and Se t->e.?, Morris Chairs, Leitoer aud Box Couches, etc., In oak, mahogany, maho^any-6oisb, lird's-eye maple, weath-rrerj oak and ali -.he popoUt woods. Obi Furniture Department is con? veniently located on the lix I a and sev ?nth flo. r- tf tbe G ?t*tt building, thus i-l'orling ample space and Malt to nspiay to the bert advantage thia new s.ock. And in no season Inve we been able t' bring togttoer sarb a choice variety if r ch, art stic ai d high-grade pieres bs ve dow sh w, and which we ofler at an tverage saving of 25 ti 50 per cent and rn some instances 75 per cent on regular rices. Woodward & Lolhrop. Business Hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. ^stutday*. 6 p. in. EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF BEDWEAR. $1.25 Targe-'ize Silkoline Comfort, filled with pure white latniuized colton; covered wi h tlie newest designs sud lateet col r iugs? lijjht and dsrk coinbin-1 ons. f\Qr Special. yoc 11-4 Full* ze Whits Crochet Pp?ad; four pr* ty design*; ni ile from choice jam; ' ctn med ready for u e. Regul r $1.26 fin, gracie. Special . OVt, ll I Full-siz? Whit- v7*bI Blank.-; Unaly tin isl,, cl; cloe.*, in weave- wide silk binding; double atttebetj real, Mut ant ?} QW pmk holders. $3.50 vain*. ?P*'yo 11-4 Full-size White California Wool Bl n-et; ni ute from long stspl-*, hi<h-grade. selected wool; every p?ir thoroughly shrank. en; it r.preeent* the perle-tit n af -lanker making; cl os..-less of weave and titi'ness of ti ni-ch make it a aioat excellent ate Al) value; $6.50 blanket lo ko -t. 4>Om\J\J ll-1 Cut-oit-corner Crochet 8pre?d?a spread so woven as lo wear well sud 1 eundcr p rf t t'v-the only really i> oper spread fora m tal bel; make* an even drapery on all sides; regular $1 tis* value. S|t cia!. $1.39 420 to 426 Seventh Street, 421 to 425 Eighth Street, WASHINGTON. D P JOBI, M. COCHRAN. CHAS. B. JONES. JOELM.COCHRAN&CO Fine Wines and Liquors. The Largest Package Liquor Store in Virginia Northwest Cor. Cameron snd Royal Ms., Alexandria, Va. Phone 6, Quality Established Our Reputation. Wines and Liquors like other articles of merchandise must reach a standard of quality to in? sure satisfaction. In the past ten years this firm has been doing business and the increase in sales has been marvelous A customer once gained has been constant in his dealings with the house We want to call your attention to one oi two leading brands among many we handle, and say, with? out fear of contradiction, that no better goods are on the market. CREAM OF KENTUCKY -AND MOUNT VERNON $1.00 Per Quart. Are leaders in our line and a trial order will convince you that it speaks for itself. C.iULtry crders solicited aod prompt de? liver/ guaranteed. Winea and liquors of ev. ry description at prices which bear inspection. JOEL fl. COCHRAN & CO. ! Sale of New Fall Dress Goods From the big New York auc? tion sale of the Arlington Mills product. Prices Almost Halved. 38 - inch Fancy Wool Dress Materials, all 50c values, for 29c. 54 - inch Gray Mixed Suitings, $1.00 values, for 59c. 38-inch All-wool Sack? ings, colors, garnet, gray and green; 50c value, for 29c. One piece 54-inch Navy Panama, 89c quality, for 59c 45-inch Sicilians, heavy quaiiiy, black and navy, $1.00 value, for 69c. One piece 52-inch heavy quality Black Cheviot, $1.00 value, for 75c. 316 King Slreet. 3ELL 'PHONE. HOME 'PHONE BEAL ESTATE. EAGLES' CARNIVAL Beginning FRIDAY, August 28th. IO?Evenings of Real Enjoyment=-10 Matinee Saturdays. Under the auspices of Alva Aerie F. O. E., No. 871 -FiATURIN^^ The Royal Naval Band from the Conaervatory ol Music, Italy. Marvelous "Minting," the spiral wonder ol the age. Capt. Whallen, the fearless high diver. Remember it Costs You Nothing to See the Above. OTHER HIGH-CLASS AMUSEMENTS: The original Aimee, the famous Georgia Minstrels, Hugo, the largest snake in captivity; Lunette, the flying lady; Wolcot's Beau? tiful klectric Theatre, Jolly Andrews, the fatest baby in the world A host of cithers too numerous to mention All moral, interesting and instructive. COME EARLY and stay as long as you like, and remember you are under the care of the Fraternal Order of Kagles Notice to Farmers. Farmers pteeaa notice thai.toe^Jiiborne Mowers, Binders and Tillage Goods, si we I a repair", have been transferred by the (International Harvester Company of America to ua MYERS BROTHERS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. We will carry a ful line of repaid, and you will also find oar place of busiuess open and ready io take care of your wants. Come and see u* before buying mowers, rakes, grain and corn harvesters,? as well ai peg, spring and disk harrows and cultivators. We are here to do what is right by you, and if yon need anything ia oar line?*uch as Osborne harvesting machinery aod Ullage goods?we will keep a complete stock of repairs. _?*,_ MYERS BROTHERS Owning ol i he ruble St linois Th'Clerk of the City Schcol Board wi li 11 Armory }J_H for the purposs of issuing prniiu ter niterrirt_- the Public reboots, which aaaa cen hEPr.fc.MBEB 7, sa follows: For white childi eu?M<>n<l?y, Tuesday url Wednesday. September 7. 8 and 9, from 0 a. m. to 2 c. ui. For colored chil''r<n?Thursday ind Fri? day. Srnfiuber 10 and ll, from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m In order that the it-hoots may lt* properly 'tri;_niifcl, no (t-rmita will la- WWOOi after the. 11th until the Slat. Those wishing to secure aeata for their children will brim; theil city capitation tax receipt, for fhe year 1908. aac31 lw EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL. NF'R ALEXANDRIA, VA. FOK BOVS, The 70th Year Opens SKl'TKMHKK iM, 1?08. Cataicgu? sent. L M. BLACKFORD, LL.D., jyWeoAtwam Principal. Canned i obst-r anU Wtiriuip, einnor, ju. t ir*.v?l aa J. C. MILBURN. raneivsil.ti; POTOHACACADEnY Nu. 212 North Washington Street, Alexandria, Va. The fortieth .sealion will commence Pep lamber 16, 1908. A full daisie*1 and mathe maticrl coutte taught. Also French, Ger mao, Spanish, Bookkeeping snd Typewriting. Caialogue*, giving ful, particular.., sent upot spplicstco-i. JOHN 8. BLACKBURN, aggi eo td_PrincI p? I, NOTlCE.-The anuual me-eting of tb. stockholders of the UNION B 'ILDINC COMPANY foi the election of a board ol oil- dor* and for such other ba.inessa* mao ice prope-r will be held at th) office oftbt compftiy, Ut ninth Royal street, Ak-xrndria, Va, oo MONDAY, September 21, 1S-48, ai 12.30 p. m. MYRON M. PARKER, President. W. SCOTT TOWERS Seerettry. aag31,sep ,11 1?n gross (Juan Porcelain Line*l FKl'IT JARS jcut received by J. C. MILBURN. Investigate These Bargains: Beautifully located two story brick dwelling on north Columbus street near Cameron containing six rooms and every modern convenience- Thia is one of the cozies! homes in this city for sale at present Desirable two-rflory brick dwelling No. 2'8 south Royal street, containing 9 rooms and all conveniences with large side lot Prop? erty has a frontage of 31 feet on Royal street by a depth of 118 feet to a 10 feet alley. In splendid con? dition. Immediate posses? sion. Two-story frame dwell? ing; No. 13G9 King stret r, containing eight rooms and bath, with two-story frame stable in rear Newly pa? pered and painted- This property is bound to en? hance in value. For price and terms on above properties call on Boom 8, Alexandria NaCl Bank Bld_. King and Royal Streets. Bell'Phone 221. Capital City 'Phone 174 Mild Cured and Old.Virginia and Missouri SAMS, for tmloliT J. C. MILBURN. Mt. Vernon Violet borated Talcum Powr? ie/, a 2oc powder for 10c. E. S. LEADBEATER * SONS. h tit. Al. th. HUI LlOi e-AlHuSc per pack cw._J. C. MILBrTRNT If you wish Extia Fine TEAS try my New >op of Green and Black Tea* at one dollar ?er i mid._J C Mlf.BPRK. PICNICS, 4 to_7s, jan received. For sala ? 12c pound,.at J.iC. MILBURN.