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VOLUMECX.--NO.ll. ALEXANDRIA. VA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13,1909. PRICE 2 CENTS DRY GOODS. Great Reductions On All Our Stock of Fine FURS 28 Gray Squirrel Throw Scarfs Those worth $8 50.$3.55 Those worth $9 50.$3.95 Those worth $12 ?"?? $4 r>5 Those worth $1?.14 90 lt Women'm S.Iic r.int.y Beta, L-'ire PU low Murts and Throw S'.rf. Ac C-f* AA tual vain t $11.50. Entire set ..?*'*? a tt 6 W?_.n's BWek v*a>l Bat?, Lodu -Tlirow Scarf, I? rf-*t- Pillow .Mutt I't-in de S'?ie lined. Actual value C | "**? AA %17M."P1 *,?^'t 13 Women's Ofii'iine Mink Mull-. L.ree Pillow Khans Aelia! Cl ll f\A value,-J"} Vd .p I VaaV* 6 Wonit>a'. .Japanese Mink Bel. Tlirow Scarf with levis, Large Pillow Muff, with heads and natural feet; Kine Brooa lt 1 Hiatiii I iiiiny. Actual C | A QA value $10 JJIt.V-t ???sa LaiiaStiursii^iiro 420 to tM Seventh St. 421 to 426 EiKhth St. WASHINGTON. D.C. AARON ODELL ???? ^-^^??^ Stalls 48-49 Fairfax Street wins of Market, ?_*?_?? MEATS Beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, Hams. Shoulders, Bacon and Sausages HOME-MADE SAUSAGE PURES ,\ND BEST RpII 'Phnnp Market im Dell rllUII-C Residence 1112 FaIlyliquorstore 1 C Headquarters for Wines ?'?--, and Liquors. Best and cheapest WAKEFIELD tivY. The best whisky on "h<* i.iai \~i tor family trade av J for ??_ me? dicinal qualities i / sr"J aofll? sively by us. LOWENBACH BROS., King and Alfred Streets. WINES AND LHIUOR Coming to the Point. We would strongly urge that you try a meal at our restaurant. We serve you all the delicacies of the season -oysters in every style, chickens, chops, steaks, roasts and entrees cooked to the queen's taste and served in a manner to whet the appetite of the epicure. Flelschman-i' s. S. H. Berman Ladies', Men's and Children's Outfitter "erms to Suit Open Evenings JAMES S. JONES Manager Alexandria Room I, Alexandria Nat'l Bank Building, King and Royal Sta, ???I 2m_ QUALITY PARAMOUNT Everybody claims to have the best-the very best Wines and Liquors}] This a?iay be true?it is all good ? We have a little of the same kind BUT IF YOU WANT Oysters - That's ls NOTHING BUT SELECTS. CHAS. H. ZIMMERMAN'S _MARKET SPACE_ HtVING qu.litit-l aa(tatailntalrator sat the estntfof tl,, Ute HENRY r MOOT, all PtriMS nii'eltt ti -.:r- ttqiseatel to make prompt trt'let?ant, tori all) to whom aiitl??Ute lt iniletitfil i.re n\in t'eil to prc-eni their arc unit ir'perlv eartiisd tot p-aya-at. WILLIAM BVSM jan4 If t_________ \___ Rsdneiion.in RAISINS and CURRANTS -Beat Seed*! Raisins, 12c Bent Cleaned Currant*, IO* For *alo by ____^_r n mp pisr?j NEW RAISINS CURRANTS sud APRI COTS juat received by J.C. MILBURN. -Minitta (Bcczcttt. ?...? [ Entered at tbs Postofflos ot Alsxandrla, Vtr (llnia, as ssoond-clasa matter,) ALLEGED MURDERER. Irene Tswser, IS teats dd, ot York, Pa , alleges tbat she wai a witoeis to a liagedy tsbich occnrnsd lad July near Sven Valleys, ia which a stranger who a peared at ihe home of H.rry Keener ?i skilleJ. Keener, who is U yeira old, hts been a-resled on the charge ol murder. Yes? terday about 50 persons, bia! d by a detective, visited the (sim ol tbe ac? cused to aake a search for the body o' thsaiBD, which Miss Tawser decl ares wis butied. At a Ute hour yesterday sf.er noon tbe body hal not b*en ncivered Miss Tan,er wss em-ploted st the Kee ner home wheo the mu-der is said t a hsve occurred. While attending a murder nial last week the girl bscame sick, aod fi sung thal she would die, she gave a dela lei account of the supposed trim. ti htr mothtr. Her ressoo for noi making the fact knovn before wat be? cause .be vas sworn lo secrecy by tbe m<>n ihe charges witb the crime. According to the young woman's story on tbe Dight of July 21 last, during s severe thunderstorm, there was a knock 01 the door of tbe Keener home. It was answered br Keener. After a brief cod ver ation, M.ss Tawaer said, she heard snt-ry words exchanged, aod tbeo a re p rt ol a pis ol. She says she ia i from her bed to find ber employer leaning over a prostrate lum in the doorway. The mai wat rot jet dead and wss heard to remark: "Fi r Clod's stke, bsve mercy upon rn-! I only want to sleep io your bam." Miss TaavBer laid Keener then remark? ed . "I'll Bolah bim," Be thea rid? dled tbe body with bullets. Mies Tawser 8?y* the body wss than p'aced in a wagon aod conveyed to tbe orcbarl, where it wis boried. Tbe officers who ara working oo tte case believe tba'the story of the crime is true in en ry ditul as told by the young woman. B-fne Mis. Tasker was em phi ed t work at the Keener home the young a-mer bsd bein married, but Lad got t-o a divorce. It was theo rumored that be wat enamored of M ss Tawser and the two wr j fr quent ly seen together on rps in tbe neighbr rbood. Sine time alter the supposed t a-redy is said to have la'ren p1 c, it is a'leged Ke.ner answered sn adverthement of a Lio cii'ter woman, wbo bad matrimonial io lotions Tbe two corresponded for some time aod later met tod were mar ried. With his new wife Harry Keener has lived on the farm with his mother The father Henry Keener died several months ago, leaviog ao estate ot about 140,000. The orchard where the body of the mao is supposed to bave been interred, was pbwed recently, aod for this reason it was difficult for Miss Tawser to ?> ii nt out the e.act spot. PROBIBITION i'n TENNESSEE. Senate bili No. 1, providing for the prohibition of tbe sale of liquor within lour miles of any schoolhouse io Ten? nessee, passed third and final reading in hr* !?utf .Senate yesterday. Tbe rote was 20 to 13. It is exp cted thst the House will psss the bill today. ('barge, were made by Senator Dancy Fort of intimidation against Ker. E. E. Folk, whom hs termed the "High Mo .ul''of tbe aoti-ssloon league. Senator Fort charged that Dr. Folk bad threat? ened io roio him religiously as well as ,i .lineally if he roted against prohibi? ten, and further charged that Dr Folk was attempting to carry ont his threat hy publishing io his paper ao iosiooa 'ion to the effect that Fort wis an in? fidel. In the House RepieseotatireMr.Oooptr introduced a resolution based on poo lished repi r's to the eflect that Rer. E V. Chsppt). and tbe Rer. B T. Hayte-*, prominent Methodist ministers of Nash? ville, have st ted tbat efl r.s are being made to seduce aod corrupt membets of die legislature. The resolotioo authorized the speaker tn issue a elation to Messts. Chapped ?and Ha nea to appear at once io tbe House snd file specific charges, giving the nsmes of tbe guilty parties, the cor? rupted member, ibe witnesses aod the partial who tte cireu ating these "fel? onious charge i." Il is provided farther io (ase prop r response ls not made that warrants be issu d (or the a rest ol Musrs. Ohapp?) aid Haynes and ".tat tbey 'bea be broogbt bi fr re tb1 bar ot tbe Home, tbera io he publicly raptimaoded tts common slanderers onwotthy of belief snd decent ass. dates." Tbe re'olutioo lies over under tbe rules. EOY STEAL-. A LOCOMOTIVE. Erie locorortve No, 2*i00, standing ne it ti the roundhouse in the comraoy's yard at Sutquelaans, Pa, wai stolen -linday moroirg. Erie employers ssy Willie Swingle, ag d 14, took Ihe en? gine. Tbe youngster climbed on tba ?irgine, scd a few ?lieut's later yard employes saw the engine running oat of the switch, disregarding all signals. How the locomotive rai oat oo the main line without goit-g off the rails it a mystery, ts tbe switch wat set ta*d against it. Then it steamed at bresk neck .peed toward Una' Bend, 10 milei its sn'. Train crews ahead weie ooti tit-rd aid bad a lively cbisc. For want of steam, the locomci ve came lo a stop about a mile beyond Great Bend s ation, where young Swingle was seen to leave the cab "?'??? Stomach Trouble rared. If yoi have ?ny trouble witb vier stomach you should take Chamberlain's Stomach and L*\-er Tablets. Mr. J P. Klote, ot Edira, M ., says: "I hsra used a great maoy different medicines for stomach troubK bnt find Chamber? lain's Stomtcb a* d Lirer Tablets mote beneficial thsn any other remedy I evtr and." For isle by W. F. Creighton & Oa, and Riobard Gibbon. "My Young Sister" writes Mrs. Alary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., "took my advice, which was, to take Cardui. She was staying with me and wat in terrible misery, but Car? dui helped her at once. takeCARDUI It Will Help You "Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "I was in a rack of pain. Thc doctor did do good, so I began to take Cardui. The first dose helped me. Now I am in better health than in three years." Every girl and woman needs Cardui, to cure irregularity, falling feelings, headache, backache and similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable, scientific. Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES REAL ESTATE. For Rent. For Sale. 1012 Princa street, 10 room brick $25. 332 south Patrick street, 6 room frame $8.50. 621 south Patrick street, 5 room frame $6.50. 416 Wilkes street, 6 room fume $7.00. 1001 Gibbon street, 8 ro'im frsmt* $12 00. 209 Queen street, - 6 Dom fra ?? $7.00 211 Queen street, fi r tun ('amp $7 00. FOR SALE Two tine building lots on north Columbus street (court? house squnreibetween Queen and Princess Each lot bas a frontage of HO ft by a depth of Hi' feet to an alley FOR SALE Two fine building lots on Mt Vernon avenue, in Hrad dock Heights; well located for an ideal home. FOR SALE Several fine building lots on Ibe ia t side ol south A:fred rt eel, be? tween WhIIp ami Wilk-s streets, which csn be purcla-ed on reason able terms. FOR 8ALE Toree-Btory brick dwelling Np. SIS agata Kryal s'ree*, contiiniog ebven rooms and bath; splendid condition. JOHN D. NORIHOYLE, Room 3, Alexandria National Bank BTd'g. King and Royal Streets _Both 'Phones._ LORD FAIRFAX WHISKY FOR FAMILY TRADE Recommended by Physicians for its Medicinal Qualities. $1.00 Per Full Quart. SOLE ? FAIRFAX & I O.J Sold By All First-Class Dealers. 423 PROPRIETORS J KING ST. Both 'phones RILEY'S 114 North WINES Fairfax St Hot Free Lunch LIQUORS CIGARS Norfolk Oysters on the Hall Shell. We have on hand a select stock of imported and domestic wines, liquors and cigars to which we invite inspection. Come in Tonight and You Will Call Again. THE PURE FOOD STORE. Midland Huller "iii Pound Is the quality sort that appeals lo I hose who are particularly discriminating as to the merits of the butter they buy. It's pure, sweet and appetizing. It Has A Reputation For years Midland Butter has been recognized as the best that cornea to Alexandria. WE SOLICIT YOUR BITTER TRAIN Edward Quinn & Sons, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets. ? ???????????<???? Protect Your Books NN SECTH BOOKCASE $6.60 i A GUNN SECTIONAL BOOKCASE I. RUBEN & SONS, 611 KING STREET ? ???????????????? Sn ..rs I iii i in IN JEWELRY If you want a splendid Watch, Wat.-h Chain, rob, Neck Chain, ' Locket, Brooch, Cuff Hutton*}, Stick Tin Prjcelet, Hat Pin, Ring, Manicure Set, Toilet Set, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Plated Ware, Spectacles, Eyeglasses, Clock, etc.. visit our store. H.OililltWoii JEWELERS. 106 North Royal Street. We guarantee tbe "Columbi i" Fire Ex? tinguisher tn opera'e aatii.fVtorily, or wt refund ibe price paid. F. S. LEADBEATER A SON'x _ NfcW ENULISI V. .NUTS, very fia quality, j?<t reeeiveu t_ J. C. MILBURN _ Is Great /Husic a Mystery to You ? SOMETIMES you see a reference in a newspaper or a magazine ta some composer with whom you are wholly unfamiliar. You would like to know what kind of music that com? poser wrote?why it ia that he has baCMM so famous. You wish that someone in the household could play for you representative works of that composer. The Pianola Piano IS THE "OPEN SESAME" TO ALL MUSIC. It answers all your musical questions?it is a veri? table encyclopaedia of music. It follows wherever your desires and your tastes lead. Over 15,000 com? positions await the enjoyment of the owner of a Pianola or Pianola Piano. No music is too simple or too great for the conquest of the Pianolist. CAUTION: There is only one Pianola. Do not make the mistake of supposing that you [can go into any music store and buy the genuinejPianola and Pianola Piano. The Pianola The Pianola Piano $250 to $350 $550 to $1,050 Exclusive Representatives Moderate Monthly Payments. 1327 F St PERCY 5 Washington, D. C. J-SSS?J5*_ -Jr<^irkl J^-^~_>-"-i-~_-^Cr^> Manager. ^I^g^te ROSENFELD'S Doth'Phones o-o-o-o Both'Phone Girls' Winter Coats ?u Unusual Values in Girls' aod Infants' Ready mide Garments The Second Floor Department contains scores of extraordinary values that will delight the mother and garments that will delight the children. The January Clearing Sale is the time to buy and save mosey for girls. 4 years to 14 $2, $2.50 up to $7.50 Former Price from $3.50 to $12.50. Inf auls' Long and Short Coate FROM $1 TO $5 Were $1.50 to $7.50. ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. CKMR"*. A PLEASANT PUFF on a good cigar will puta man in a good humor for the entire day Visit our retail tobacco store and you wilt have an extensive line to choose from. Retailers will find large profits and quick sales >n handling our goods. Quality and price please the pub* lie. Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET. Over 300 Shares Sold during December, 1908, and REMEMBER, we open a series every month. This, with one exception, is the largest business for any one month in TEN YEARS. At least one half of these were issued to old members who had either matured their stock or else had found use for their savings, and were coming back to make a fresh start Why not take one of our little BANKS if you can do -o better ONE DOLLAR opens tbe account Drop us a cai and our representative will call on you. The Mercantile Railway Building and Loan Association, Corner Prince and Fairfax Streets. jalit tf ARLINGTON: BRADDOCK TWO BEST WHISKIES SOLD. SELECT TANGIER AND P0C0M0KE OYSTERS All these good things can be had at The Elkton Turkey Sand? wiches Every Night Th* first minute af.era fire Kurla it the moil critical time, tn I th? '*C*olumbi*?" Kx tiazaisher l*ii>f tlwAj/a rttdj tot otc, ratkt-t yo j t_Ml.ro? tbctitattion F. 9. LEAD BEATER A bON8. RUBY ('RUNES rrc? Ted bf ? C WIIRnRK NEW NAVY BEANS jtwt rea-Weal br J.C. 1IILBURI*. DRY WHIIls. Special SALE OF WHITE BEDS AND BIDDING The Bed*, aad Cree are the prodocta of Lading manufictarers; tbe His Springs aod M ittretats were ntadt> ia our otto 'a-Ury, which lt a guarantee of their superior ooostrottion; aid tbe pil? lans art filltd trith (.ood, clean gooee I", albara and coveted -iib German linea ticking. Plain White Enameled Bedf, with 1-inck cont anora panta and 5 Iii fillers. Special (trice |5 00 ia,cb. White h-iimeled R-ala with 1 inch poata; manned with bras* knohs. Special pde, |5 00 i ach. Plain White Enameled Beda, with 1 l-l inch continuum post an j 1-3 inch fil era, *8 00 etch. Value, $10 00. Heavy White Eoame'ed Beds, with 1 Ht inch pona aud 3-8-inr-n li. .'ers, trimmed witb. bri?a roda aud knobs. Special price, $11.00 etch. Very Heavy White Ename'ed Bela, with 1 l-l inch posUand 1-2 iuch fillert, trimmed w th lat ga brr ss roda and heavy brats vases aod tuor uta. Sterial price, $14 00 each. Very Heavy Plain White Enamele-I B.ds, th 2-inch coninuotu pot. and 7-8 fillers. Special ince, $16 50 etch. Plain IA hite Enameled Cribs, with he.vjr omtinuo s poets and filers. Special price, $8.50 each. Good Quality Hair Mattre -es,covered witb) high-lira 'e tickint*. s.ngle B d Size?110.00 etch. Doable 15*d 6;r.-?$20.00 etch. Other sizes in proportion. A ht of Ooo.! tonality Cotton Felt Matt treat t; our omi nate. bingle Bed 8 te?$7..*)0 -ach. Duthie H-d >iie?$10.()0e?ch. Other situs in proportion. Upholstered Box Springt, made in onr faoa tory. All tizet. $12 50, 115.00 tnd $1 S.OOetcb. Pillowt, li ied with good quality gooaa) feathers and covered with German linea, ticking. Special price, $2.00 etch. PATENT SATIN BED SETS. CPECIAL attention is directed ^ to a recent importation of Patent White Patin Bed Spreads, hemmed and fringed with holster shams to match, forsingle.double and extra size beds Fringed Spreads, $4.25 to $10 each. Hemmed Spreads, $4 50 to $7.50 each. Shams, $2 to $3 each; Blanket Dept., recond floor, Q atreet. _ I Washington, D. G. 10th,llth,F.&Q.Sts,N.W, HEAL ErsTATK. FOR SALE Six room Brick Dwelling on north Columbus atreet, water in kitchen, deep lot. Price ? $1,900 Cash, $100; balance monthly payment* of $15.00. Nine room Brick on south Fairfax street, modern improvements. Price. $2,."tOO Terms, f^oo; bal ince one, two, three, anil four years. Eight room Brick on north Fair? fax atreet, located cn wide al? ley with large brick stable in rear containing three stalls with separate stable lot, car? riage and wagon shed. Price -$2,500 Cash, $500; balance $25 per month. M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., Ill Stoth Fairfax Street, ileiaidria. Va RICHARD H. WATTLES MANUFACTUKF.K OF FERTILIZERS Office ask .Stobrs: HB-ii7 N PoyaL Kt. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri? cultural Implements. Veh'dea, f .arness, Field and Garden Seeds. waREitoi'bu, south ris-ios stb?rr, ott LISE OK SOLTUKKS RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw ant All Kinds ol Mill Feed Will al #ayaka*p In ttore : he highett grad.** of the? article*._11 ot*Wm "Cnrtiot. Brothel's BAP MAPLE SYBUP Blue Label CATtiOP. ASSORTED JAM8 tad BAKED BEANS bit ree-ved br I o a/TT rf-'rap NEW HOMINY OBITS jual.jrmxirod by J. C. M-LB0&M.