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TUESDAY EVENING. NOV. 10.1908 Local Matter* Sun and Tide Table* San risee tomorrow at 6.38 and sets at 4:50. Mich water at 9 59 a. m. and 10.13 p. m. Weather Probabilities. For thia section showers tonight and Wed? na d^v- cooler Wednesdays light southerly, SSS Afresh northerly wada. HEAD-ON COLLISION. A head-on colliaion occurred early yesterday morning between two freight traine on the Muna-saa Branch of tbe Southero Railway which resulted in the killing of two men and the injury of sev? eral others. The collision took place at Pugh's Run, one and a half miles north of Woodstock. The victims of tbe acci? dent are: Anon 1). Johnson, 35 years old, en? gineer of the northbound trail ; residence 1005 Duke street, Alexandria. T. Judson Jones, 28 yea s old, fire? man of the northbound t aio; residence-, Maoassa*. David W. Tock, of S raaburg, engi? neer ol the s jutbbound train, colter-boue broken. Q rorge E Rabr, of Strasburg, con? ductor of the eouthbmad trsin, braised. Ernest Ban mond, ot S raaburg, fire? man of the sootb-bouod train, badly sprained a kia. Aa uranie? uti d colored man, who waa in charge of a raoe boree, ia missing. O.ner Graol miraculously escaped with bis life, ai be wu ridiog on the pilot ol one of the ill-fated engines, and jumped in time to ia e his life. A r -port which bad been circala'ed ia this city to the eff ct that J. Claude Yochoa], living at 1019 Queen street con? ductor ot the northbound train, had been killed was untrue. Eagineer Johnson is survived by his wife and two yoong children. Fi rem a o Jones leaves a wife and several children. Tbe colliaion is said t) have been due to a misinterpretation of order*. The northbound freight is a fast Irain, and at the point where the collision oc? curred waa traveling down grade at a high rale of speed. The southbound train is a local freight, and, beiog headed uphill, waa running slowly. Huh engines and eight freight cars were demolished, a number ol oars were derailed, and the tracks were torn up for a distance of nearly 75 yards. The engines came together on a high embankment, seventy yards north of tbe bridge, which is 112 feet high. A num? ber of cars remained on the bridge. Both engines remained on tbe roadbed, but were badly smashed. Seven cars wera broken np. s ion after the accident Superintend? ent Peyton left Alexandria with a wreck? ing train for the scene of tbe collision, and tbe work of clearing the track was prosecuted ss rapidly as possible. The remains ol Eogineer Johnson ar? rived in this city shortly after noon to? day, and were conveyed to the residence, northwest corner of Dake and Patrick streets._ WEDDING IN WASHINGTON. Lau evening; at 8.-30 o'clock Miss Csrolvn Adele l> luober, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. F. X. Boucher, was n, arr ted to Mr. J. A. .tootenbargb, ot this city. The ceremony took pa te at the Shrine of the Stored li art, in Waahington, the pastor, Rev. Joseph McGee, officiating, assisted by Rev. Father Eckeorode. The ohurob was decoiated with white chry? santhemums, palms.and southern smilax, the pews for tbe bridsl party beiog marked ofl witb white ratio ribbons, ending ia cornucopias of white flowers. Tbe bride's gown was of ivory Mechlio lace, over satin of the same shade. A picture hat of white, witb white plumes, aad a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the va'ley completing her cos? tume. Mrs. J. Hall Pilling, the matron ot honor and sister of tbe bride, wore a gown of pink satin and rose point, with big pictnre bat trimmed with pink plumes. She Tarried chrysanthemums, tied witb long streamers ol pink tulle. The little maid of bouor, Dorothy B tocher, wore a dainty dress and hat of white lingerie, and carried t basket of pink roses. Mrs. F. X. Boucher, mother of the bride, wore black Chantilly lace, while Mrs. Annie Srontenburgh, the bridegroom's mother, worn a gowo of bia* silk voile. Mr. T. A. St oaten burAh, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best mao, and the ushers were Mr. AI J. Boucher, of Washington; If'. A. K. Warfield, Mr. J. G. Graham, Mr. R. O. Robbins, Mr. R. H. Oatlin and Mr. .eymi ur J. S.outenburgh, all of Alexandria. A reception followed at the borne of the bride's parents. The decorations in the di awing room were pink roses and palms, while in tbe dining room t?ere white chrysanthemums and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. B ooleuburgh will take an extended Not them trip, tbe bride traveling in a 'ailored gown ol catawba broadcloth, wiih hst to match. Mr. ind Mrs. Stontenburgh will live at 1324 Columbia road. A number of Alexandrians attended tbe wedding and were prepared to give tbe bride and groom a grand "send-on*" when tbey left the house for the train, bat tbe la'.ter having been apprized of their frieods' Intention mysteriously dis? appeared. VESTRY MEETING. A meeting of the vestry of Christ Church was held last night at which Dr. L. M. Blackford was elected dele* gate and Mr. W. A. Snoot alternate to the Episcopal Council which meets at St. Paula Church, in this city, on tbe 16 rh of December to elect a bishop coa tjotor of the diocese of Virginia. A committee consisting of Mosers. W. A Snoot, E. 8. Leadbeater and G. L. Boothe were appointed to act with aim liar committees irom S:. Paul's a id Grace churches ia msking arrangements for holding the council. Tbe vestry, by a unanimous vote, instructed tbe delegate from Cbriat Church lo vote for Rev. Dr. Berryman Oreen, a former rector of tbat church, but now one of tbe professors of the Theological Berni* tay, nea- thia city, tor the posit'oo of bishop coadjutor. Rev. Dr. Green is held in high esteem ia this city and it is believed that the three churches in Al-xandria will support him Among those eno?t prominently men? tioned In connection with the coadjutor bishopric are Revs. Berry tv ai Green, James Winchester, Braxton Bra-**, s. A. Wallis aad Rev. Mr. Copeland, noa of Ba timore. A. valuable bull befooling to Mrs, Frank Cos died yesterday. OORONER'H INQUEST. Dr. Moore, the corona*, this morning he d aa inquest over tbe remains ol Wil- J liam O'B'ien, who died at the Alsiaa ria Hospital on Sunday night from be? ing shot by Philip Rush last Tnursday night. O'Brien, it will be remembered, was in Rush's bedroom at tbe time of tbe shooting. The jury a at composed ol Messrs. Tho<.L. Osrter (foreman), R. Lm Field, G.. H. Harlow, P. B. Ward, J. B. Edelen and H. L. Poss. Dr. tsaith, who made tbe autopsy, testified as ti tbe nature of tbe ir junes sustained by the deceased. He steted tbat the skull had been fractured above the right ear, aid thst consider able pas bad formed. He also testified tb ai he removed a piece of a bullet from the base of the brain below tbe opening of the skull. Dr. Sm th was followed by Dr. Powell, who attended 0 Brian after he hal been placed ia the Alexandria Hospital, aod who described tbe nature of his injuries. Chief Goods and Officers G.ll, Young and Knight were next examined. Messrs. (rill aid Yonng told ol arresting O'Brien and placing him in the hospital and Chief Goods and Officer Knight identified the deceased as O'Brien. Mr. and Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Kate Posey, Mrs. Rush's mother, followed. Their testimony was substantially as published in lsst Friday's Gazette. O'B'ien wai discovered in the house and when he made toward Raab the lat? ter fired several timea at him. The jury subsequently returned the following verdict: "Tbat the aaid William O'Brien hav? ing entered the room of tbe ea'd Philip Rush witb the Intention of committing robbery, came to his death aa the result of pistol shot wounds inflicted by said Philip Rnah. We throngbly exonerate asid Philip Rush and commend bim for his coolness snd nerve in protecting his home in cate of an emergency." Some people insist tbat Willam Brien aa* the proper name of the deal mao, although one of his cousins main? tains tbst lt should be written O'Brien. Whan the clotbiog of tbe deceased had been removed the letters "W. J. B." wsre found on his breast. REV. LODI8 MEYER TO SPEAK. On Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Saoond Preabyterian Church Rev. Louis Meyer, aasistant editor of the Missionary Review of the World, New York city, will speak on certain prob? lems in the path of his own people?the] Jews. Rev. Mr. Meyer is a deep stu- j dent of the social, economic and religious j problems of the Hebrew people, and is I beard by great numbers in many of the large cities of the country. He has been speaking for several i*a?s in the Oentral Presbyterian Church of Wsshington. Rev. Jas. H. Taylor, the pastor, will ac? company Mr. Meyer to Alexandria to? morrow. All are invited, and a special in vi1 a .ion is extended to the Hebrew people of the city to Lear thia member of their race who is giving bis life to solv? ing their problems. The Westminster League Quartette will sing two of their beautiful selections. POLIO_"OOORT. [JnstioeH. B. Oaton presiding.] The following cases were disposed of this morning: Sandy Peyton, colored, charged with assaulting his wife, wss fined |5. Henry Jenkins and Bettie Holmes, both colored, charged with improper conduct, were fined $5 each. Daniel Smith, charged witb being drnnk on the streets, aai dismissed. Blsnche Reynolds, charged wttb dis? orderly conduct, forfeited her collateral by failing to appear. Harry Beach, charged with fighting, bad his case continued until tomorrow. CHASED AWAY BY DOG. At an early hour last night five tiamps appeared in the rear of Mr. Bonj. Bag gett's residence, upper end of King street. One of the party scaled a fence for the purpose of making s reconnois* ance. -Mr. Baggett keeps four bull dogs of tbs fiercest breed, aud the nomad hal gone but a short distance when the quaternion marie a dash for the intruder. the latter ran for his life and managed to get over the fence without losing bis coat tails, and exclaimed "bulldogs!" Be and his companions took to their heels immediately aad soon disappeared in the darkness. A GOOD saow. The Frankforda?Emma and Milton? who are playing a return engagement at the Opera House highly entertained large audiences last night. Tbe Frank fords are artists of rare ability and well deserve the hearty applause they receive during their entire act. Little Miss Stevens was very kindly received in her ebie soubrette toro. Her aet will be changed nightly. A rare treat in mo? tion pictures. FUNERAL. The funeral of the late Mrs. Ann 0. Spittle, wife of Mr. W. R. Spittle, took place this afternoon from the residence, on Patrick street, between Duke and Wolfe. The servioes were conducted by Rev. Messrs. Watson and Carpenter, and the pallbearers were Messrs. Thomas Chauncey, Charles Howard, John Har? rison, J. D. Brown and Walter and Welton Kerrick. WOMAN'S1 AUXILIARY. A called meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary to R. E. Lee Oamp will be held tomorrow (Wednesday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock, tn Lee Oamp Hall, Con? federate veterans' building. This meetiog is an important one and it is earnestly requested tbat all members at? tend, and meet promptly st 7:30 o'clock. PERSONAL. Miss Rosalie Broadus and Miss Rubie Broadus bave returned to this city and nave'aeon rooms at 418 Dake street. Mrs. Wilkins, wife of Dr. R. L. Wilkins, who bas recently been indis? posed, is now under the csre of a specislist in Washington. WILL PROBATED. The will of the .late Christopher T. Lylee waa admitted to probate this morning and his widow, Mr*. Ann V. Lyle*- qualified ai executrix. The dc* ceased, left bis estate valued at about $70o w his widow. Pieaaant, sure, easy, safe little liver Pilli ?re DeWitt. Little Early Risers. Sold bj W. F. Creighton k Co._ Busier Brown Bboea for children arc the cheapeat becansethey weer tnice ai loot* and are the neat. J. A. Marshall * Bro., 422 King street. AMUSEMENTS. Those who are fond of amuaemect after the sun sets find plenty of it right here at home, for no managers are irving harder to please the amusement lovers than those of the three motion picture houses. Tho large crowda which nightly attend these houses msnifest their de? light at the entertainment furnished. Etpeciallv good shows are on this week in each house. At tbe Alexandria Amusement Oom? pany tonight one of tbe moat thrilling motion pictures will be exhibited. Theos who hsve seen it pronounce it great. It is entitled "Voice from the D.al," pic? turing at it does a fiery furnace, also exhibits a terrible strike in a steel plant where one of the owner* was killed. Be? fore his death, however, he crawls to a graphopbone which ls used for record? ing letters and speaks in it. Later this machine is nsed as damaging evidence against the guilty party. This is a gnat show. There will be other good pictures. The Elite Picture Oompany will bave an entire change of pictures tonight. "Pioneers Crossings the Plains in 49," "Tracked by a Dog," "JoyousSurpiise'' aid other subjects is the programme for tonight. BAZAAR. The arrangements have been com? pleted for the bazaar to be held at the Young People's onilding et the M. E. Church South commencing tonight and continuing till the 18th. Every even? ing a musics! and literary programme will be given. Tbe hall, aa stated yes? terday, bas been beautifully decorated and among the boothes are the follow? ing: Fancy work; aprons and hand? kerchiefs; candy aod home-made cakes; home-made pickles and preserves; toilet articles; Klondike; five and ten cents store; grape juice; flowers; groceries; postoffice; Chinese laundry; Japanese; lunches and refreshments. Mayor Perl will formally open the bazaar in a brief address and tbe music for the occasion will be furnished by Professor Psdgett's orchestra. An in? teresting literary and musical programme will be rendered. OPENING DANCE. Tbe Young Men's Sodality Lyceum last night gare their opening dance of the season at their hall. There was a large alt-ndao.ee, and an enjoyable even? ing was experienced by all present. What W ould Yon Do. Ia case of a burn or scald wbat would you do to relieve the pain? Bach In? jures are liaMe to occur in any family and everyone shonld be prepared tor them. Chamberlain's Salve applied on a soft cloth will relieve the pain almost instantly, and unless the injury is a very severe one, will cause the parts to beal without leaving a scar. For rale by W. F. Creighton a id Richard Gibson. nan Tbe Hess kind is tbe best kind. They wear wham others fail. We are sole agents for tte famous Haas ahoe for men. 1. A. Marshall _ Bro , 4*2 King street. LOCAL BREVITIES. The City Connell meela tonight. There will be a meeting ot tbe Junior Local Assembly of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at Christ Church to? night at 8 o'clock. Jesse Seach, colored, who was taken sick on the street yesterday and had to be taken to the Alexandria Hospital, died at tbat institution hut night. There waa a well-attended meeting last night of Alexandria Lodge of Elks, when several candidates were initiated and considerable business was transected. Calvin Johnson, colored, who escaped from the cbaln gang on June 7 last was arrested in Alexandria county today by Constable Burrill, of tbat county, and turned over to tbe city authorities. A lot of ground with the improve? ments thereon on the west side of st. Asaph street, near Queen, will be offer? ed for sale st public auction In front of the Royal ttreet entrance to tbe City Hall at noon tomorrow. Tbe funeral of Patrick Bernard Gor? man, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Gorman, jr., took place yesterday evening from his parents' home, No, 1010 Cameron atreet. The interment was in St. Mary's Cemetery. A gnsrd from tbe Richmond peniten? tiary arrived in this city today for the purpose of conducting Welter Small to tbat institution. Snail wu convicted ot forgery in the Corporation Oourt re? cently snd sentenced to serve four yta-r. While gunning in Virginis yesterday, S ale at re Miaaina, aged 30 years, of Wsshington, accidentally shot himself in the breest. He wss taken to Emer? gency Hospital, where doctors pronoun? ced his condition serious. The man had not regsined consciousness at a late hour 'ast night. As will be seen by an advertisement on this page Mr. John Riley, at 114 north Fairfax street, keeps on band tbe choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars to which he desires to call the at? tention ot those looking for choice goods. He also serves on half shell select Nor? folk oysters. Give him a call. The regu'ar monthly meeting of the Seventeenth Virgin's Regiment Chapter will be held on Wednesday afternoon In Lee Oamp Hall, at three o'clock. The members will meet promptly as all busi? ness must be disposed of befere four o'clock, at which time Miss Stuart will begin ber lecture. All ladies Interested in the work are invited to be present. CIRCUIT COURTFoi THE CITY. [Judge J. B. T. Thornton, presiding.] Tbe Belle Pre Bottle Co. va. Southern Railway Co; an t for $2,000 damages mr Rill? ing of a horse and destruction of wagon and content* in May, 1904. Attorney for defen? dant company demurred to evidence and jury aase?rd damages at $572.12, subject to opiniia of court upon defendant's demurrer. ..Sr . 3 cana Royal Red Tomatoes, 26c; Seana Silver Brand Peas, 25c; 3 oana Sugar Cora, 25c; Sweet Oarden Peas, 15c can, 20c quality. Blue Lahel Ketchup, large bottles, 20c; small, 12Jc; pure frau Raspberries, Straw? berries, Bl?kberriee. etc., extra fine quality, only 25c can; New Navy Beana, Harley, Lentils, Split Peas, Hominy, Bloaters, 2 for 5c; Mackerel, 3 for 10c; 6c, 8c and 10c. Let us deliver jour marketing. We'd be de? lighted. Sylvan Bloudheim, "The Auth Stand," City Market. Use DeWitt's Oarbolised Witch Haas! Salve ?it ia healing, cooling and cleansing. It is especially good for piles. Sold by W. F. Creighton _ Co, Oents I Yon want to see oar Wall Streets, Patent Kid Blacker and Button Shoe. The $6 kind at #4. J. A. Mar? shall - Bro., 422 King street La Grippe ia tost in oblivion when a lbw doss of Uuy boo an taken. 10c aad tte bena, at S. B, UEADBIATU * SONS. nts SJWL ^^ W *TME 8USY CORNER Washington,.D. C $1.00 and $1.25 Choice==68c. ' Sample* " made upaa experimenta and found too expensive to retail at a certain price, and set aside to be sold when a sofficient Lamber hu accumulated. Plain colors, and some striped eftvcte Ia many different style finishes, some with yokes, some without, some embroidered, some scalloped edges, and Jaomo trimmed in torchon lace. 2nd Floor. Uord Fairfax ? Recommended by physicians \JL7 JJ I Q If \7 : for family use and for sale in first class houses. Call for it b $4.00 Per Gallon. $1 per FuU Quart FA I FAX & CO.} proprietors} av_S__-_" DENSE FOO. One of the thickest f-gs ever seen hereabouts settled over this city snd vicinity at an early hour this morning. lt wu at times impossible to discern ob? ject* half a square aaay, The fog wu even more dense upoo tbe river, and boats a few ysrds from the wharves could not be seen. The sound of fog whistles and the ringing of bells wu in* oess*nt during the morning hours. JUST KKC_IV-D. One oar load of Mineral Asphalt Roofing and Miner? Roofing paints. Security Roof? ing is fireproof and lute longer. Telephone 192. WM. II. PECK. lt Ladies! "Why not be comfortable." Boy The Red Cross fhoe. It bends with the foot. J. A. Marshall - Bro., 422 King atreet. ROASTED OYSTERS s.iec At the Elkton FRIED CHICKEN Atthe Itt Received today our first shipment from California. Beginning* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ll We will have Straw? berry Ice Cream from fresh fruit. L Shuman&Son THE UNDERSIGNED wiak to an ounce to tba public that they have severed all connection with the Oriental University, ard have positively pr hibited all me rf their names in connection with any office of said institution. JOHN J. MAY, WALTER A. WARFIELD. M. D.. R.L. WILKINS, M. D.. LLEWELLYN POWELL, M. D? M. D. TOELANEY. M. D., S. W. MOORE, M. D. novlO Sf_ HAVING Qualified u executrix of CHRIS TOPHERT. LYLE*, deceased, ell per? sona to whom aaid estate is indebted are re? quested to .present their accounts properly certified for payment, aod all persons in? debted to said estate are requested to make prompt settlement. ANN VIRGINIA LYLES. MI9 Prince Street, novlO lOt_Alexandria, Va. LOST.?On King, Roval.or Cameron street ladies' GOLD WA*CH and black FOB, with gold medal attached, with name en? graved, etc. Finder will please return to 414 King street and receive reward. uov7 3t* Coke Dome-tic Coke All kinda of Coal, Wood and Coke. It quality and prompt delivery at bottom prices Phone 96. DeW. AITCHESON, 107 south Royal street IffisvlikT The Whisky of the Hour. -00 ? Per Gallon - $4 Per Quart - $1 Sherwood At the Same Price. We would like to invite your atten? tion to oor stock of wines, liquors and oigsra. We handle nothing but the best. Oar bar service is unexcelled. Select Oysters on Half Shell JOHNRllEnia, Appetite Ia a splendid word and is a grand thing to possess Try a Roast Of Our Select Jackson Creek Oysters tonight. A few on the half shell wili be fine. Take home a half dozen fried- Elkton special THE ELKTON fHANK C. -PINKS. Proprietor. OYSTE^M/ Lynnbavens on half shell Broiled on toast Chafing dishes DDII I ?Q Celebrated DnlLL O single Fried Opera House cafe SIX POST CARDS ?**-?? some folder *r_ JAMESON STUDIO, for. WC 417 _lDg atreet, nov7 8t Are the Brands we manu facture and are for sale in all first-class houses. We use the best tobacco and employ none but skilled workmen in our factory. 323 King Street. OH IN A, GLAS8 AND H0U*iEFU?_7 MBING GOODS. Perfection Oil Heaters, - - $4.25 Air-tight Stoves from $1.69 to $5.98. (Elbow aod pipe with each stove. 8tove Pipe, - - - - 10c joint Elbows,.Ile each Coal Hods, ,10c, 25c and 35c each ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and King Sts The Finest of Everything. New CURRANTS. New Drained CITRON. ORANGEand LEIT.ON PEEL. THOS. LANNON, Cor. Cameron and Pitt Sta. RICHARD H. WATTLES MANUFACTURER OP FERTILJZBRS Officb and Stokes: 116-117 N. Boval St Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and (.arden Seeds. WAKIHOD8B8, SOCTH I MON BTREET, ON LISE OF SOCTHEKS RAILWAY. Also Grain. Hay. Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed Will al wars keep in atora Um high?t grades of thees articles. aov5 isa J I IF YOU BUY A WITCH I In haste you may repent at leisure Qi I A good watch should las! a life time-but it Q) j must be a good watch to begin with. fl) If you would be sure that the watch you pur* ari pose buying is a good one you should buy it of a ? dealer you can rely on. u) We carry the best grades of American Watches m in those makes which experience has taught us are ?o\ the modi dependable and give the best satisfaction. JR Therefore we ask that you examine our stock. Hf You will find that this is the place to buy. JJ* Saunders & Son, 1 JEWELERS-629 King St.-SILVERSMITHS jg We have called your attention to our whiskies but we have a few other things. Notice below bot. do;-' Guinness's Brown Stout.25c.$2 50' Bass's Dog Head Ale.25c.$2 <0 Wurzburg's Beer.25c.$2.50 Celestyn's Vichy.20c.$2.00 Cochrane & Cantrell's Imported Ale.15c.$1.75 WHISKIES: Cream of Kentucky.$4 Gal I Premium Blend . $2 Gal Mt Vernon (straight rye) $4 Gal j Powhatan.$2 " These goods can be purchased in any quantity. Joel M. Cochran & Co., Royal and Cameron Sts.. Alexandria, Va. ????????????????0 0000000000000000 0 ITflZffi' UTIOUL BM, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. OFFICERS : President, Vice President, Bel ward L. DalnjerfW.. Carroll Pierce. Richard M. Oreen, Cashier." B. E, Payne. Asst. Cashier. DI RECTORS: Bdward L. J. C. Snoot. Worth Half lah. M. A, Ahern. RESe)UHC_-. Loans . . . . ' 0631,476.76 U. 8. Bonds to se? cure circulation. 100,000 00 Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . . 53,000.00 Other Bonds and Stocks . . 4 Banking House & 30,561-6 Real Estate . . Cash . . 46.6S4.56 52,856.97 Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 91,410.98 Dalogerfleld J. ff, Roberts. Carroll Pierce. Urban S. Lambert. LIABILITIES, Capital.$100,000.00 Surplus Undivided Profit Circulation * . . Deposits .... U. S. Deposit . . 50,000 <>?, 63,807.94 96,700 00 645,452.89 50,000,oo $1,005,966.83 138,065.54 $1,005,960.83 Parties having accounts in our Savings Department will please present their books for the credit thereon of interest due October 1st. ^^r^MENT^ Opera Houser TONIGHT. JU ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM. liss Emma Frankford In her 1-test snog hit, "RAINBOW, ?uridr the book Miss Frankford will in? troduce clever dancing. I1LT0N FRANKFORD, he jolly monologue song and dance artist. is sure to piesse. Mr. Frankford in con? clusion will perform that most difficult feat of playing a piano while standing on his head. ..tittle Dolor is Stevens r*ill change her act tonight, introducing acrobatic contortion and toe dancing. DON'T MISS OUR PICTURES. OMISSION ? ?_Sc_ud_lOc alexandria Amusement Co. 426 King Street .ntire Change of Pictures Daily. . Voice from the Dead. lee the Great Strike. See the Great Fiery Furnace rhe Story of a Fisher Maiden Living Posters A (treat Comedy. IDMISSION . . . FIVE CENTS THE ELITE 5C?Entire Change--5C TONIGHT Pioneers Crossing the Plains in 49. This is a fine subject. Don't miaa it. Tracked by a Dog. Joyous Surprise. A Fine Colored Picture. rVnd Other Subjects Not Men _tion ed._-? JEWELERS. OUR JEWELRY is conceived and executed by artistic minds tbat makes it easily distinguishable from the commonplace and appeals to those desiring jewelry that is in perfect good tates. Inspection re? quested. R.C. ACTON & SONS JEWELERS A SILVERSMITHS IRS. ELIZABETH A. DE DIE8 Teacher of Singing. 1714 DUKE STREET. nov9 lw*_ A DIVIDEND OF TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEN Td per shara will be na? to the stockholders of the Alexandria Watti Company at the office of the company on anti after MONDAY, November 16, 190?. By order of tba Board of Directora. GEORGE (JHLER, nova td Secretary and Treasurer. OBOC-BIEW. "?Ramsay Sella the Ran FANCY NEW Open Kettle New Orleans Molasses. Atmore's Best Mincemeats Cape Cod Malaga drapes. Florida Oranges 0. Wm. Ramsay. 1 Barrel Heinz's Sweet 20c a Quart G. Wm Ramsay. New Pack 100 CASES FANCY HAINE SUGAR CORN. 25 CASES SH RIVER'S COUNTRY GENTLEflAN CORN. 100 CASES ROYAL. RED TOMATOES. G. Wm. Ramsay. FOR RENT.-Thrae furnisheJ k ? -UH in a desirable location. Address "J," Ga, ?*tt? office._nov* 3t j Todd's Celebrated .Smithfield Old Vir--.uu*, A1U. few sala at J.C. MILBURN a.