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VOLUME CIX.-NO. 280 _____^____NDR1A. VA., THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER22.1908* PRK E 2 CENTS nov rsr\r\r_a INDIGESTION? DYSPEPSIA? AR.^'e I Ely's Cream Balm ls quickly sbso- lied. Gives Relief at Once. Ti. lan the dis<M*.**<l inem brane r. BolUasfroia Oat rrii im.! drive. hm ,. Cold iu tho c. id quickly. ' UAV CClltTO atora* the Berne* of fin I I CV C. Fl Taste and S... H. I'.ill .-.i_.- .",0 cts.,; I I state of by mail. In liquid form, 75 illy J'.. Abei , ?'??'. \v,. >?? n Street, New York DRY GOODS. Rousing Sale of House Furnishing Goods Rattled lace curtaios, 69c value for 49o. Kutti** I lace curtains, .1.25 value for L?<e curtain*, $l."0 value for 76c. Lace curtains. ftXO value for $1.49. $1.00 couch cover* foi Tapestry portieres, $2.<0 value for $1.49. 64 tapestry table covers. $1.26 value for Ne, 4-4 tapestry table covers, Tic value for 49c. Tapestry stand covers, tie value for 26c. White honey comb bed spreads, f.'.OO value for $1.19. Lai-g* 11-4 white -wool blankets, $5.00 value tor fi Large white and grey 11-1 Australian blankets, $2.50 value for $1.98. Light welch! sil.atitie bed comforts, $1.25 value for 1 'c. Large size satinc bed comforts, $2.50 value for tl Mercerited table damasks. 60c value fet .toe. 7. inch pu-e linen satin damasks, $1.25 value for 98c. Mercerized dinner napkin*, $1.00 value for f.9c dosen. All linen dinnei napkins, $1.25 value fir Ma, lleiiutiU'lied huck towels, 19c value for 12io. Extra heavy huck towels, 36c grade for 25c. L*?rge size bleached Turkish bath towels, Ute. Mohawk bleached sheet.*., 81x90 for 69c. Linen tiuish pillow oates, 1: .'*. Blea"he.| p llow case, cotton, 10c yard. Mohawk bleached sheeting, 9-4, 26c yard. Reads-made siikatine mantle serfs, with fringe, 25a and 59e. Applique scarfs and shams to match, 39c value, for 26c. Aop'ique scarfs and shams, 69c values, for 49 .*. Apolique on net centtr pieces, 29c values, f..- 1.*.*. Fancy pillow tons, 25c value", for 15c. Embroidered velvet cushion tops, 39c. Hemstitch..I lunch .overs, 32x32, fo- 25c Pure liuen lunch cvoers, 36X-16, hemstit *h eil, Mexican drawn work, $1.50 valneB. for $1.0\ Pure lin?n bullet scarfs, li?mstitch?d aod embroidered, $1.50 value for M8c. Irish Point door panels, $1 00 value, for 69c. All linen huck towel.-*, embroidery scallop, for 26c. Flt For a King or for any number of the Ameri can sovereigns are the meal aerved at this restaurant If you appetite has run down come t us instead of (."ing to the doc.o Tbe sight and odor of our via-. -will give you an appetite quick* than any tonic. Drop in and li us prove it* Flciachmann'aS AND SONS, 316 King Street. BELL'PHONE. HOME'PHONE ^l^iinbna dazetfr. PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEK-L- AT 3AZETTE BUILDINO. 810 A 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered at the Postoffioe of Alexandria. Vir ginia, aa second-class matter. 1 Tkkmh: Daily?l year, $6:00 6 months 12:50: 3 months, $1:26; 1 month, 43 cents I week, 10 oents. Tri-weekly?I year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60 I months. 75 cents: 1 month. 25 cents, "outract advertisers will not be allowed to ex oeed their space unless the excess is paid for at transient rates, and nnder no sircom stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the tpaoe contracted for. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in advance. COL. TAYLOR'. E_OAPE. State tnops wire last nigbt encamp'd o t.e Reelfo/t Luke region io Tenors iee, wheie for montis a statt of terror ns existed oo ercourt of vari .us ads j.mmitted by night r dera. Gov. Patter ion who was in Uoiuu City yeaterdsy, viii keep tbe soldiers In tbe fie!d uniii -rder is restond aod tbe fuile-t inve-ti ;ation is made regardiog tbe asiassiua-* tioo of Oapt. Raokio od Mot day Digit Oat. Put ermin ex\ reuses the determ. lation to break ap lawlessness by uigl t iders. Ool. lay lor who made his rn ape from night rider. Monday Dight, tas made tbe following stst'me.t: "Mond.y night la t, Oipt Rtnkin md I wet t to Re*, foo'. Like in response o a lett r irom Mr. Carpenter, of Union >ity, who wanted to itase some timber ands, Oo our arrival at the lake we sent to the Ward Hotel, and early after lopper retired. Borne time* during tbe light we were aroused by some one mocking at our door, and on opening he door a mob of matktd men were loutd s anding in tbe bail. We were irdered to die***, and hs tbe leader ot the nob aiid be wanted to talk with us, we mt on our clothes and accompanied tbe nen to the back of the lake aome dist? ance from tbe hotel. "The leader of tbe mob talked witb is, telling os we were assocUt Lg too -ouch witb J udfe Harris and were tak ng entirely too much interest in tbe ake. Hp said thal tbe course of Harris ind the West Tennessee Land Company n prohibiting free fishing was causing he starvation of women and children, iaid that something had to be done. "I never dreamed that tbe mob io ended us any harm, but just tben the nob threw a rope around (.apt. Rto tin's neck and swung bim to a limb. _e piot sled and said, 'Gentlemen, d i int kill me,' and tbe reply ol tbe mob ras a volley of 5tf shots. "This was the first evidence of any ntention to barm us, and when tbe iring began I jumped into a bayou ano uade for a sunken 1 >g I'ehind tbis 1 nd, and the mob fired several bundr-d hots into the log. They evidently be ieved I was dead, tor I he: rd one ot bern say, 'He's dead, and lei him go,' od with t-iai he rode away." DeVi'iit's Lit le ria ri y Ki-ers, the famous ttlt* liver pills. Sold by W. _. Creighton I Co, _^_ "ICE I OOL.." An endless chain of hired pnwne, some iris and boys, otheis oldmeo, aud none eceiviog a salary of more (baa $25 a reek, were Ibe chief factors in Charles V. Morie's weird scheme for deluding he invis.iDg public with bis "ice pools,'' .cording to test mony mtr .doced io ?Jew York yesterday io tbe trial of tbe de tosed financier aod bis associate, Alfred I. Cur is, in tbe D, .. Circuit Court. .'ne story of the collapse ia oearing a limax. When it is explained hov tbe dorse coup failed in "kiting ice" io 110 >oints, tbe public will know just wh> be National Bank of North Ameiioa siled aod the subs-quent paoic dropped ike a pall over tbe entire oountry. Aiulin, presided of tbe Elstern -Steamship O' mpany, yesterday stand Ibm M use bad got a nit; t. r $100,000 rom bim and discounted it without his knowledge._ Lanie Back. Thia ailment ia usually canned by rheumatism of tbe muscles of the small ol the back, and is quickly cured by ap? plying Chamberlain's Liniment two oi .bree times a day and massaging thi (>aita at each application, For sale b> W. F. Creighton & Co. and Richar d Gibson. RACE RIOT FEARED. As a result of the lynching of a negro lamed George rf-t iver, fir attempted _i tack on Miss White, daughter ot af rom oent citizen of Decatur, Ala., the negroes re arming au! iber. is fear of a race riot. Tbe lynching occuir.d at Hart -elle, near D-c.tur, and tbe sheriff witb . strong po.se has gene tbere to prevent a racial outbreak, .tom entered Misa White's room Monday aud attempted to it.ack her. Tbe girl was awakened by be negro, and her screams caused him to flee, .tiver was caught by officers -.od taken before Miss White, but she ?van io sueh a Dervcus condition that abe ?nuld not identify him. Aa tbe officer ?vere taking tbe negro to Decatur jail bey wera t-tucked by fifty men, win ook the negro and shot him to death in be street. The negroes say tbat Steffi waa nd he man who .nicked M.ss White. Do not let an\one tell *<ou that ?..mullins else is just aa good as DeWht'i Kidney ?nc Bladder Pills because there ii-n't anylhinf j ist as good. Sold by Vf. F. Cieighton A Co 8ALT A LUXURY. Common table salt may become i 1 ixury, aa a result of the great fore* ives that raged last week io nor.ben -ichigan, according to Charles M. Mo! tey of Detroit, member of a large sa: -nmpany thal operates in the devastate i gioD. Mulkey fays all tbe wood an iiwdQt used by aalt companies aa fu? in producing salt wss bu rr. ed np. T mprrt iosl is out of the question, an h; fears tbe salt output will be rednee mi such a point that a silfl advance i prices mutt follow. T heber p;an(w "Everything pia ola pianos IT ESTKY ORGANS in ihe Ulftf PIANOS K pianolas Mu*ic Line." ivers * pond pianos :< THE LEADING vi f\-\ aV Pimio, Org<t ii & aiusie House IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. 1327 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C. PERCY S FOSTFR, Manager Washington Warerooms. it Sheet Music and Books at Lowest Prices. Columbia Phonographs and Records. Victor Talking Machines. itt* BJ& Pianos to Rents Tuning and Mobing. Baltimore Warerooms: 15 North Charles Street. Quality Established Our Reputation RAMMEL CAFE. Oyster Season Now Open. Cherrystone Oysters on Half Shell. Our Delicious Fried Oysters. Reed Birds on Toast. Prompt attention to family orders. s?p?6 If_ Both phones. tVe a To See the Good Points in Roseufeld's Women's, Hisses' aiiil f liililmf s Coats. They are well made, good m .terial and no f 'ney prices and the very latent models. Women's C? ats from $5 up. Misses from $3 50 up Children's from $2 up. Infants' long or sh r from $1 up. Our Guaranteed Stockings for Me . Women and Children only co.sT: 90c for six pairs in a box. If they d*_nt give satisfaction w thin 6 months you don't need to go ro expense or trouble to send them to the factory. Bring them to us and we give you another pair f jr th m BUTTONS MADE whi e you wait to match any i lo h ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. HOUSRJ^URM-^NG*. 1 he latest da-signs in FURNITURE. A half hour can be pleasantly sp> nt in viewing the fall exhi? bit of our line of beau? tiful Oak and Mahog? any Bed Room Suits, a large assortment of Couches in Leather, Ve? lour and Tapestry. Our line of Brass and Iron Bids has been well se? lected Try a Stearns and Foster Felt Mat? tress Quality is the feature of <>ur store. --Oo M. RUBENS SONS,] 601 KING STREET. ( .< r*.\KK(*ri(>Ni.H Try Our Delicious Home Made Minc. -AND Pumpkin Pies Fresh Daily. H. BLOCH, ? .nf ?ct loner, fl JR King ?*? rat artthrmmet. Bell Pho e 356 L. HARRIE WHITE. US *mth F. irfax Mreetand 611 Prince atreet A Una DMA, Va. Shawnee Fire Insurance Co*, TOPUA, Kansas. 'I he Prudential Insurance Co of America, Newark, N. J. Aetna Life Insurance Co. Arri.1.ut nod I.ii.ility Department), H.\ RT PO" D. (.'"NV. OLD Reliable Companies. YOUNG Reliable Agent. A. L Falk Co. 917 F street Northwest, Washington, D. C. As an inducement to hare you visit our store we shall offei for the next few days one lol of Ladies' and Misses' Tailor made Suits, made of strictly all wool materials and guaranteed lining Thee are iMfciooed in the neweat Fall Mod ela ao I are de*ir_k>le >n every way Tin- rejrn - .it? ii nia.no Oo prefvntiti'.n of thia ada* arr ahall ortei them to oar Alexa* dna patr .r? at $12.98 Each Thia adf. i_n-_ ? e preaented io order ti ?ci-oreone. oct. marftdeeU FINE LABG? PB UN EB ito and 16c os p -nnd at J C VILBtTRN _T ~ ORA HAM fLOUB 'mt rsr.iv._t by J. C. MILBTRS. Todd's Ofcjebratftd ftmi th field 7Jl_l Vir, Ii*.*. Fsrsalsat J. C. URL*_*0*__?* DRY GOOD-.. Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone King and Pitt Sts. THE FALL IS NOW ON IN EARNEST; SO IS OUR Fall and Winter Opening Now in Progress, and we shall be glad to welcome you here, whether you desire to purchase or not. Come ia look around and in? vestigate our large collection of FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE Many special bar? gains are here this week during our opening Swan Bros. _DRY GOO D* Autumn-Winter MILLINERY. Our display of Paris Hats ls ao expo titioo of masterpiece, of French Mil? linery. The WoodwirdA Lotbnp Hst*?de? signed nuht bere in our own workrooms ?are the practical, beau'.if j1 transl*, 'lone of Paris ft/lea. They seem to fit American beads and notions beat. Toere'll be something new?some ibiog different?to see eitrj day. Wel? come. Millinery Parlor**, Second floor? lO.h at. Women's Rt ady-to-Wear GARMENTS. New Autumn-Winter Styles. Women's Tailored .uit*-, of all-wool tmadclotb; new Directoire coate trim? med with black satin bands and battons and Hoed with fancy striped satin;gored skirts trimmed to m?t ;h coats; all the new shad.*, Including wine, catawba, green, taupe, & -. Special value, $if> each. Women's Jumper Dr-asea, of all-wool light weight broadcloth; beautifully braided; ftshionsblecolors. Special value, $16.50 eich. Women's one-piece Grecian Dre* a*!., of soft messaline silk, with hand-em? broidered yokes; long plain skirts, in c .lars suitable lor s'reet and eveniug wear. .po.ial value, $27.50 each. Women's Skir s of French voile, new style, trimmed witb satin bands; drop -kr of good taff.ta silk. Special value, $8 75 each. Women's Silk Hosiery. We (Ara special purchase of fifty dozen Womens Pare Silk Hose at a t'urd less than the usual price. They are shown in black, tin, and gray, and have cotton feet, which makes them mm comfort able and more durable. $1 00 the pair, Regular price, $1.35. Maia floor?F st. Tomorrow, Friday,1 Is REflNANT DAY. We direct att motion to the collection of remnants for tbis we?k as being mere thau usually a tractive, b th from a price s aodpoint and the higo character of tie sevt i tl classes of goods represent? ed. About every department in the house will ba r'presented^tomorrow. 10th,llth,F.&O.Sts.,N.W. Washington, D. C. I SHIRTS AT 45c X The biggest drive in shirts that we have 8 ever offered in neat pin dots, black-white g checks, -tripes and indigo dark stripes, Sizes 15 to 17. Manufacturer's loss* your money saving. that Suit-Overcoat You are going to buy, better consult us. The values we are showing at $7.50 to $22.50 make good frier ds for Kaufmann Bios i Shape in Poke Collar, 2 for 25c. ? Kaufmann Bros # 402-405 KING STREET. ZIMMERMAN'S. In All That's tte Place to Get Oysters gX MARKET SPACE. si.ooo To Lend on ? ooo Rcal Eatate Security* .?.oo Kobi. Elliott, 3,000 Real Estate-Loans. 4,000 127 South Bojal gt. 0*12 tf ?stu. WHIAT FLOUT- j****??*?? b* J. C. IsTLBUBN. HAVING Qualified ss executrix oder ?_? last will and testament of HKN'RY 8 .RATS-*, deceased, this ia to notify sll per .ns indebted tos**il estate to pay their ind. bt me snd all persons holding clsims ag-air st said ? .tate to present the same to me properly certified for p?yr_en*. HENRIETTA LETERM ?. N, irf*tl*a.*'*_Executrix. K-u.- Out lu-ax t Fowuer put*, inieouont ot' business. 10c box. _?. B T.FAnWgATTCR A WOW Mt. Ver.uu \inlet borated Talcum Pow e'er Ja abc, powdar for 10c. K. 8. LtJLDBIATIK * ROHS. Another Big Scoop in Our Dress Goods I. Yeo wonder how wa can do tbrgt -inga. It la baciuae our buyer ia al. rays on the alert for snaps j tut like bis, and this one we consider oo*i of the eat bargains in a long time. Seven Yards Cream Wool batiste, Worth Fully $3.50, $1.98 These 6ne Tsmise-6 dished Cream Bi* ?etea are prime f.vcritee for dainty rasbable boase goman. A full dr?ss sngth, seven yards, worth $3.50, fur $198. ???*?? 10 to 42. Seventh St. 421 to 42. Eighth St. WASHINGTON, D. C. DR. VINEBERtX he Eye and Ear Specialist of Vineberg's Optical Co , 709 K streetN. W.. Washington. D. C., rill again be in Alexandria at 107 sooth ito yal street, over Aitcheson's coal office, for ma week, commencing October 19th Hoars: I a. m. to 6 p. m., fir the practice of his pro Won. This week the doctor will examine >yes and famish glasses for half the usual price* Come ear'y and avo-'d waiting. 07 SOUTH ROYAL STREET. OClll) tf ''WarW*^' "Take v > 1 Home a Box" of _t_ft___ . * -__^_-**._._->r?-. Chocolates _f^^HESE delicious confections C) are the purest, finest candy ^*^ made and will delight the taste of every member of the fam? ily from the baby up. We receive Fenway fresh every week and in our modern candy case, keep it in such perfect condi I tion that it fairly melts in your mouth. " Talc* Hom* a Box." llb. 60c, 1-2 lb. 30c. TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 KING STREET. BOTH 'PHOKtt. WIGHT gtXU Make a Hood Impression Upon your correspond? ents by using neat sta? tionery. Good printing costs but little more than the cheap, shoddy ind. I will be glad to submit prices and samples. Robert S. Barrett Printing 112 South Fairfax St Bell Phone 149. Estimates. Estimate* will be reeeivad until WBD NE3DAY .October 21,19'8, at 12 noe*, by Uta Committee on P_*>lic Property fm painting and papering the chamber of the Board of Aldermsn aod for painti.g tbe ol) "es of the Auditor and C.ty Treasurer. For details ap? ply to C. B. MARSH ALI, Chairman Com mitt** on Pabli*-- Property. The committee reserves she rig-' to le-jeet any or all bids. octl. td Five barrels HEINZ'S CrcOMBE PICKLES, jost received for sala ? 90c par andra- bv J. C.. *"t Pt~--._ IS boxes fancy new EVAPORATED PEACHES and APRICOT*, juet received by J.CMlL/^lJt.