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VOLUME CIX.-NO. 255.
^^T^RlATVATAv^yESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER ll. tm* PRICE 2 CENTS ARWle CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm | SjSS&u!, is quickly sbsorbed. Civet Relief at Once. It cleanses, soothes, heal*) and protect*) the diseased mem. brano resulting from Cutarrh and drives away a Cold In the Head quickly. Re-||J|W C_?\ICQ atorcs the Senses of I1H I I kw ? til Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cte., at Drug? gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, 50 Warren Street, Mow York ? ? Hilt it.i iniiiir.-" AS THE SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN jj ? > We are fully prepared to meet;; ? all wants in the line of r | School Shoes made by the best manu fae tu re rs and warranted by us t For LADIES with tender feet J 2 we have the famous |Queen of Comfort Shoes!: a sure cure for corns KATZ'S E.1 SHOES for MEN make walking a! pleasure. Try one pair and you will wear no others. A SCHOIiAU'S COMPANION PRES with every pair of Cnll dreu'a Shoes. KATZ'S! Reliable Shoe Bouse: ; 400 KING STREET. > sep2! 3m CIGARS. PuntatioN CfloicE PerfectO Are the Brands we manu facture and are fr sale in all first-class houses. We use the best tobacco and employ none but skilled workmen in our factory. Hamilton & Co., 323 King Street. Hannlsvillc The Whisky of the Hour. Per Gallon - $4 Pe Quart - $1 Sherwood At the Same Price. W- would like to invite your atten? tion to our stock of wines, liquors and cigars We handle nothing but the best. Our har s?rvice is unexcelled. Select Oysters on Hill Shell WAKEFIELD Pure Rye. Beit Medicinal Whisky. $100 PER QUART LOWENBACH BROS., The Family Liquor Store, KIKO AND ALFRED ST-rETS. ?K_Bw._MbPV.cn-s* Apples Wanted Will pey FIFTEEN CENTS PER BrsHEL for aindshaken fallen Apples.. Board. Armstrong & Co,, Alsiaoejria, Va, ?ctlO tf SltXatibtia Gazette. WBUeatD DAILY A5D T_t*WJMIT AT GAZETTE BUILDING. S10 A $13 FBINC STREET. [Entered at the Po-rtofflc* of Alexandria, Vb __ia, as ??oond*class mattsr.l Tibmb: Daily-i year. $6:00 6 months |2:50, 3 months. $1.-36: 1 month, _oaat* 1 week. 10 iwits._ ATTACK-J COM PEES Io hil opening sdlra-s to the repreaenta ti res ol the t wen ty -ter en th regn' a I session oftheOeniral Aveaibly of the Knight- of Labor, now in teuioo in Wu laington, (isoertil Muter Workman John W. Hnvri yes-flay acored the poeitlon ol Simuel i rjmprr* tegsraing com ti, in junctions, and the antitrust law, und spoke for the it ict maintenace of tbe integrity ot the courts. In bia opening address, .Air. Ha jes ?aid: "We ctn retail the time, but a few y* as task, when the dena-ogie cry for 'trade autonom*-'waa institut*d by ael fi?h tren /ir selfish purpoiee. It doped tbe ? booghtlesi trade unionist, who ??? (erm r!* cinnec et with the Knights ot Labor, where he wss lesrcicg something of bis rights, ?id led to the formation i. the Federation of L?bor in the year 1887 he r<ault bring tht>t a few bad rneo, io* cloding those who m sed tbe fa'se rr/, have been given ai opportunity ti lead the more men t, ts they cam, for the movement's good, bot ia r. ally lor their private ad ta ot a/e. Aft r puning themselves and their coDBtliuecc* io d rrct opposition to tie business Inti reata of the country; af er compelling busioea- men to ba-.d ti gethrr for eelf-proletton from tl eir un* lasful attacks, and aft r i r a iog all fair-miodrd employrra of alor againat tbrm and tbe'r unions, they in a spirit of r-venge eel op tbe un-American cry ni "Djwn with tbe cocrt*," because tte cour a, admiaister tbe ians aa they sre written." A <l ?fain speaking of the appearance o' ll Gimpers b.fore the sob-commit tee of tbe j <1 cisry committee of the I noone tf Repr sentativea during t'-e iconsideration cf he rnposed bill to re? peal the aaHlt-M law, Mr. Hay ea aaid ol M*. CJ- mpirs: "Fir this ngbt?the r'ght ti attack the prita e business cf an employer through the boycott, to avenge a wrong tbat could be settled in other waya?this r'preaeotative of labor would torn loose upon the American people tbe very trua'a ?hom the people sought to shsckle wheo tbey demanded tbe pasings of tbe orig? inal law. If the anti-trna. law, the coorts. and tbe police wire all abolished the Garys and the Qompersea would be delighted. But the t me baa not yet come when workingmen watt these ihinga abolished." Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup moves tba bowels gently. Contains no upiaUs It is pleasant to take, and children especially like the taste, no nearly like maple sugar. Sold by W. F. Creighton k Co. LEAPED FROM WINDOW. Io an effort to escape from the work? house sentence impoaed on him by Judge DeLacy, of the juvenile court iu Wsshington, Samuel W. Shipley, a boilermaker, yesterday threw himself from an upper story window of tbe court? house and broke tbe bones of both feet, Notwiths anding his injuries, be man? aged lo reach tbe bushes io Virginia avenur, two aquarea away fr job tbe courtroom, where he remained io hld iug uutil, half-era sad ni b pin, be hailed a pawing negro and aiked bim t> send for the Emergency Hospi-1 am bataan, Soipley, who lives at 100 M street sootbeaat, wasctarged with a ure to support his wife aod four children. Dur? ing tbe ht.-ring be became hoist-r us, and when tbe sentence was impossd h> denounced it an an irjastice. With the other pr Boners he was led opt .ira by J. J. Huey, marshal ol the court, to ?wait tbe arrival of tie wsrkhouse van. S'i.-ng an opportunity, when the court bouse official was obliged to leave the room, Shipley leaped from tbe window, striking on his feet, 22 feet below. No falnf pretense hus marked the eareer of El)'a Cream Balm. Being entirely barm li- s. it ia not rtspon-rible like the catarrh anuri, aod powders lor mind* shattered br cocaine. The great virtu* of Ely's Cream H.'Im is that it speedily and complete'y over comes nasal catarrh snd hay fever. Back of this statement is the testimony of thousand* sn I a reputation of many years' success. All druggists, 50rents, or malled by Ely Brothers, ?6 Warren street, New York. KILLED FELLOW-WORKMAN. In the pretence of 200 girls filii-g in? to the employes' enttaics of the worka of the Emeral Electric Comps ny at Hnrriaoo, N. J., yesterday, Pietro Dla* conti shot and Inataotly killed a fellow workman named Franciacn Embr anl. As the murderer turned to run one of the g rle tripped bim up and he fell flat. Aa he fell he dropped tbe piatol aid the girls piled upon him like plsyers in a foin all rash. Witb a policeman se? rved D aconti wai buried under a pile cf young women, all of whom were en? deavoring ti scratch his eyes ont. Ea;h waa in the way of the other*, and fiat waa all that saved D aconti. Toe police? man bad to fight a mob of nearly 1,000 gris and men te get hla prisoner to a wagon a block away and finally remove him to tbe j.il. Embriani and Dlsconti were room mates Oo Monday night at the>rb ard ing-house Dieconti aaked Embr ail for f;"?. Embriani refused to ptoduce tbe money and a figtt followed, Dieeont waa aonndly thraahed and thrown into the street. Diaeonti did not re torn to tbe board? ing-house daring tbe nigh', InaUa 1 be went ti a friend and borroserl a piatol and lay la wait for Embr ani and ahot bim from behind aa he apprcached the factory. _ Pleasant, sure, easy, ssfe little liver Pills jr* Dewitt's Little gaily jtufr>. Md by W, F. Crsig.to. k Ce, Kyanize Floor Finish Is without doubt the toughest and most durable finish you can get. It's suitable for all floors, hard or softwood and linoleums. Also, for all interior wood work. It'$ made in clear and seven beautiful colors, all guaranteed to wear and stand the tread of heavy shoes, and the washing and scrubbing of the kitchen maid. Booklet and Color Card Free E S. LEADBEATER & SONS, AGENTS. Lord Fairfax WHISKY Recommended by physicians for family use and for sale in first class houses- Call for it o:.o $4.00 Per Gallon. $1 per Full Quart PAIRRAY ki PO I S0LE I Alexandria rftlnrMA OC Vj\J, } PROPRIETORS, Virginia We have called your attention to our whiskies but we have a few other things. Notice below nor. doz. Guinness's Brown Stout.25c.$2 5? Haas's Dor Head Ale.25c.$2 50 Wwzburg's Beer.15c.$2.50 Celestin's Vichy.20c.$2 "0 Cochrane & Cantrell's Imported Ale.15c.$1 75 WHISKIES: Cream of Kentucky..$4 Gal | Premium Blend . *2 Gal Mt. Vernon (straight rye) $4 Gal | Powhatan.12 ? These goods can be purchased in any quantity. Joel M. Cochran & Co., Royal and Cameron Sts., Alexandria. Va. I.EAL ESTATE. For Rent OR RENT.?Famished, newly new, two story brick dwelling No. 4 1 noith Columbus street, con? taining six rooms and bath; rcwlv papetel through ut. Posses-ior* December 1,1903. OB BENT.?Desirable three-story brick dwelling No. ?(l mu th Pitt street, corner Prince street, containing eight rfums snd hath. Possession November 16, 1908. OR BENT.?No. 1611 Duke street extend el, eight ron frame dwelling; with nearly an acre of land; suhle in rear. For Sale. OR SALE.?Three hoe t-uildinic ku on north Columbus sleet (court bon**) square) between Qieeu and Prim en. Erich lot liss a frontage of 20 feet by a depth of 110 feet to au alley, OR SALE.?Two fine building Io's on Mount Vernon avenue, in Brad? dock Heights; well located for an iiiet' home. OB SALE.?Several fins building Io's on the east side of south A Ifni ftreet, between Wolfe snd Wilkes streets, which caa be purchased on reasonable terms. OB SALE.?Three-'torr brick dwelling No. Ill south Boyal street, con taiuintf e'cven rooms aod bath; splendid condition. OB 8ALE.?S'ore and dwelling No. lill King street, containing ten tooms and store room. A gotd location f<>r a busine-a of aoy kind. For price and terms apply to o-5-o-o inom 3, Alexandria Nat'l Bank Bide. King and Royal Streets. ell 'hone 224 CspiU) Ci?v 'Phone K4 HOUSE FURNISHING-*. ? ABEDSAJ Now is the time to put the k house in order We have ? what is required for the snare ? rooms and other chamber**, 7 a beautiful brass or iron bed. 4 ? ??? 0 A Stearns 1 & Foster i Felt Mattress. ? ? They combine beauty and ? | comfort, a real Brass Ped for 1 l $14 50 Iron Beds from $2.50. 4 ?^?Notice display in our f [ Ea-ft WinrJow. J ;M. RUBENS SONS,; , 601 KING STREET. 4) r ? ? f u ATMORE'3 M-NTE MEAT and Plum *uddi?g, inst received by I. f_ __________ NW HAW Ubkith- jost tomroiibw J. C. MILBURN. REAL E-TATE. is a good investment in more than one way. It saves paying rent, and gives you a comfort that you cannot possibly get in the city. We have some very desirable property within three minutes' walk from Braddock Station, at Cottage Park, for sale. Il is worthy of inspection. We would like to explain to you ho w you can own your home for very little more than you are paying in rent. M. BJarlow & Co., Inc., lit Sooth fairfax Street, Alexandria. Vi. There's Room for One r\orz in oar list of carriage bayerv. If you want a swell, handsomely finished, easy running, strongly couavruct*d vehicle, like this cat, or nust any mher ?tyle jou might desire, you can find it here aad tbe price will be j nat right, too. We can faroi h you with the la'eat?t*l-of rob-s, whips, blanks-, etc , at lowest prices. HYERS BROTHERS, 115 North Pitt Street. $isoo To Lend on 2 OOO ^ea* Estate Security. 2,500 Robt Elliott, 3,000 Real Eatate-Loana. 4,000 127 tiouto Bo<-al gt. oatt!* Novelty Handkerchiefs 9c on Friday. Highly colored handker? chiefs. The correct thing Get here early Friday. Re? member Friday-our some? thing special. See the New Idea in MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS Kaufmann Bros 402-405; KING STREET. ROSENFELD'S, Satisfaction or Money Back. 50 Sample Skirts Full gored, panel front, pleated in chiffon, panama, worsteds and fancy mix- /H a _T\_r\ tures. Values $6, $7 and $8. All J>*4- I ll I marked for quick selling at . . *^ ? **" y 5 50-inch fUnfri made of cheviot 1 illfl IS and kersey; in length WliMJ an co|or8t Mt _ . J /^lan^ci ?fchevi?tmafullloose I ()(| I \ box model. Sizes from VVUIU 6 t0 14 year8( ftvm $2.50 UP. ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. -*k F Winter Clothes j f \ i i ll I I I I I I I I i i v \ I i iI I I I I I I I I ^ If You Want Them We Have Them i^ Tailor-made Sait^ Guaranteed to Fit ?*i a a a a a-a.? i li limn inilii'l'i iniiiiMi i nil AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEbT ^R I FF FIFI ]) **#& lit L1.JL 1 lJLL-JL/, Furni-hei M^I2KiflfSt^_^)( iKl.NKWmONK Tasty Things to Eat Filled With Rich, Clear Whipped Cream. Wouldn't you like som*? If*?*' do. V woul 1 surprise you to know the number ot people -ha tMse rerulsrly for things with whiopa-1 cteam. Why ?t come, t ??, be ore the ?erk .wis? Wfddi.g* and receptions supp'ird. Il orders tty mail or telephone trill te promptly attended to | __ H. BLOCH, Cetatactioaer, ;et5.KlDg oreel \lrtk DR. VINEBER0, the Eye and Ear 5peciali_t of Vineberg's Optical Co, 709 K atreetN. W.. Washington, D. C., will again be ia Alexandria at 107 aouth Royal atreet, ever Aitches^ Venal o_ce, for ea. week, corcm-neiog October 19th. Hoars: 0 a. m. to S p. m., tot the practice of his pro* fe-s'oo. This week the doctor will ezsmins ?yes snd furnish glaasea for half the usual price. Come earl** and avoid waiting. 107 SOUTH ROYAL STREET.; octl6 tf _ OiUEAJCrWUBJaa^ijjdkg^ An Exception Hy Good Oppor? tunity to Buy 16 Button Length KID GLOVES in black and (ans. Former'price, $2 98. Reduced to, Pair, $1.98 AND SONS, 316 King Street. BELL 'PHONE. HOME 'PHONE THR PURE POOI> (STORR QUIMN':? BULK Coffees are tbe moat fragrant and delicioui oa tbe market. A trial will cnoTicco roo. Tbey are large handlers of choice cofieea Jo bulk. Prices 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c per pound. Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTOR-1, Oar, Bf Asaph and Ortmooo ?tm_ A. L. Falk Co. 917 F atreet Northwest, Washington, D. C. A Special Lot of New Fall Suits for Misses and Little Ladies. Made of fins all-wool ma'erials in medium, l'ght and dark colored .feota. Jacket cut in the new three-quarter length., and full flared suit*, with fold; sises 14, 16 and 18 years and 92, 34 and 36 bust msaaure. 3pecia'ly pric.i at $15.00 the Suit. Regular 130.00 aad 133.50 values. Full Line of High Grade Fura at Reasonable Prices. Bell Phone SM L. HARRIE WHITE. IIB noi th Fairfax street sad *Mi'Piin**strMt A LEX AH DBI A, Va. INSURANCE. Win Accident Ki-ploy-TS* Liability Public Liability General I lability Automobile Liability Team Liability Health Disability Life Elevator I w'll gladly explain aad .ucla rats* ea nj plier.