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,e9j-Booo J' a.eiqs'i VOLUME CX.--NO. 18. ALEXANDRIA, VA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15,1909, PRICE 2 CENTS t?rv non ns nun vi iniinncTnnn ft Boys' Winter Clothing Hali Price and Less. Including are 3?uits, Overcoats aod Reefers, Also several lola of Hoyt' Fur? nishings, Troostrs, Shirts, Sweaters end Ha a, at greatly reduced prices. Yoong Men's Long Patti Suits (ooat, patti aod reat), of worsteds aod ratal meres; io neat fancy iflfct*. sizes IS to 20, or 31 to 86 inch chest measure. $7.50 eacb. Values, $12 to $18. Bits' Hlgh-grad. Suits, of plain wor? steds and fancy cassi mt rea, worsteds and ohfcvlota; some have two palra knloter bocker trousers; eizse 7 to 16. $4 76 each. Valuta, $7 60 to $10. Bays' Sjlts, of fancy cheviots aod cu eimerea, with knickerbocker trousers; aome plain derby back coats, others witb belt; sizes 7 to 16. $3 26 racb. Values, $5 00 tn 16.50. Third floor? Kith st. Girls' Winter Garments at Special Prices. -ulta. Goad-, Dresses, etc. All ire emil made, slightly garments, cut and tailored in the latent fashion and made from tbe beat materials, Mines' Cheviot Jumper Dresses, io plain colors,trimmed witb silk; to match; plaio skirt with fold. $10 fa-*h. Were $16.60. Girls' Winter-weight Goats, made of good quality chevkt, in pfa'o colors; fin? ished with velv-H collar. All sizes. $7.60 each. Girls' All Wool Winter-weight Costa, made reefer style, Hoed with red flaunel and finish*d rt . elvet tol'ar snd biate buttons. $6.00 racb. Girls' All-wool Sweaters, in plaio and fancy weaves; coat style, witb pocke's; blue, cardinal, gray ani wh't*?. $1 60 to $8.00 each. Gilla* India Lioon Shirt Waists, trim? med witb embroidery aod tucks; long sleeves; fasten in back; sizes 10 to 14. 76c to $1.90 each. Gula' and .Misses' Eiderdown Bath Robes, io plain colon ind ajured ef? fects, trimmed with satio and cord to match. $2.76 eacb. Were $3.00. Third floor- G st. Washington, D. C. 10th,llth,F.&Q.St8.,N.W. la quickie abaarbsd. ?lase BslM at Oas*. It cleanses-'aootbes, bea?a and * protect* the disesseu mern brana resulting from Catarrh and dri\_-s awuy'a Cold io the Haa d''quickly. Re. etores the Benaes of ._ T-rte. and 8mell. Full size 60 cte., at Drug? gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cente. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street. New York REAL ESTATE. HAY FEVER FOR SALE Six room SrickD welling on north Columbus atreet, water in kitchen, dteplot. Price ? $1,800 Caab, $100; balance monthly paymenta of $15.00. Nine room Brick on aouth Fairfax street, modern improvements. Price. $2,300 Terms, $too; balance one, two, three, and four years. Bight room Brick on north Fair* tax street, located on wide al? ley with large brick stable in rear containing three stalls with aeparate stable lot, car* riage and wagon ahed. Price ? $2,500 Cash, $500; balance $35 per month. M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., Ul Saith fairfax Street, -emir... Vi. Knttre WHEAT FLO*6B just received ty J. C. -1LBTJBN. 2dt^tvbtia (Sozrtfr. PUBUBHaO DAILY AND TRI-WSI-LY AT 6AZKTTE BUILDINU. 310 A Sll PRINCK STREET. [Entered at the Paetoffiee of Alsx-tdria, Vb* ?rlnla, aa aeoond-alaas mattsr.l KERN'S DEFEAT. A dispatch Inna Indianapolis, Ind., says that the nomination of S.ively for the U. S. Senate wat followed yesterday afternoon by a statement from Jobn W. Kern, who was Shively'a sir ingest ap ponent. Concerning tbe secret ballot against which Kern male a hard fight be aaya it made possible not only the bet* ay al of constituents by their repre? sentatives, but all "sorts of treachery, double drating, aod corrupt practice*." Shlvely wat nominated on the twen? tieth fallot alter the caucus bad bal? loted for five hoon. Mr. Kern left tbe S alts house immedi? ately after the final result was au non need He tr nie a statement later, in part, aa follows : 'It is a ma ter of great regret that under the cloak of the eecret ballot so many representatives were able to deft tbe will of their constituents I have io mind several aunties where the sen? timent for my nomination was practi? cally unanimous, aod tbat sentiment was well known to their representatives, and yet tho e representatives delibera? tely betrayed their p-ople aod vet d for men who, in a primary, woold not have received a handful of votss in those counties. "Ihe secret ballot made possible not only these betrayals, but all aorta of treachery, double-dealing, aod corrupt practices. I believe that thoughtful people will lind in the scenes of t ie last two daya additional strong argameot in favor of the election of Uni ed States senators by direct vote of tbe people. I do not care at this time to discuss in detail Ibe carnes which contributed to the result. The eecret ballot in a gen? eral way wai responsible for it. "I at all bave something to say aa to the interests which were back of tbe op? position to me, and ai lo tbe stories of double-dealing- and double-crossing which are afloat. I bave not been de? ceived ai to the attitude of those inter? ests aod mea." Ten days before the legislature assem? bled the brewery loSaencet in the demo? cratic party began active work uga us: Kern, bot did oot combine on aoy one candidate. They were known, however, to be equally hostile to Slack, and friends de? pended opon a combination between tbe friends of the two men to whom the brew*?./ influence was opposed. Before tbe caocos met there was agi? tation io favor nf a secret ballot and tbe brewery element was lack of tbis move? ment. Toey worked so bard among the members tbat the secret ballot wai or? dered, Kern's supporters only standing out against it. In the meantime Karo and Lamb, knowing that the brewery element wai about to combine on Shivt - Iv, entered into a combination by wbicb each was to throw votes to tbe other as the ballot progressed. Slack's supporters learned of this and were incensed by it, and during tbe balloting they atood firm? ly by tbeir candidate till it wai cettiin tba* he could not be nominated. Wheo the brr ak came they turaed to Shively and thus, ont of revenge, 'brew their support to the element tbat bal been fighting Black. KEEFER'S CONFESSI*>N As was stated in the Gsz.tte, Harry Keener, who wai arrested Sunday, charged by Loreca Tamer of killing a man oo a farm io North Oodoroa town? ship, Pa., on Joly 21 last, confesied yeeterday to the crime aod cleared away the mystery. According to Keener's conflation, be killed the mau in self-defense snd burled the body io the orchsrd. ti imo time afterward, becauae tbe body became of? fensive and Mies Tawset's mother noticed the odor, Keeoer saj. he and the girl disinterred the corpse, cot it np, and made an attempt to burn it in the smoke house. Keener says the girl cot efl the head aod limbs. After aa unsuccessful at? tempt to burn it, portions were buried io three places. The searchers yeater dap, wbo went to the farm, after learn? ing of tbe confession, dug in a spot riet ip na ted by Keener and uncovrred tbe charred bones. Dr. Zeck declarea they are undoubedly haman bones. Near tbe ablcken house Keener scratched In the ground and uncovered pieces of charred bones. Io the cellar, under tbe potato bin, was fonnd a gallon mt attire foll of ashes, In which wai f innd a bone pronounced to be a rib. A petticoat rollie, s'ained with blood, wai found. This, Keener lays, wai off of a garment worn by tbe Tawaer girl. It li raid that Mies Tawaer will be ar? rested as ao accessory after the fact. She deniea that abe had anything to do with the cutting np of the body. BYRD LIQUOR "LAW UPHELD. Io tbe teat case of J. W. Bioford, affecting tbe constitutionality of certain section! of the Br rd liquor law, Judge Witt, of the hustings court, of Rich? mond, yesterday gave an opinion de? claring the law constitutional and affirm? ing the pcaition taken by tbe police jus? tice. The caae, which waa made a test by an agreement, will dow go to tbe Court of Appeals. Tbe section under attack ia that re? quiring traveling salesmen representing distillers, brewers, aod liquor dealeri from otb<r Starra to secure a license be? fore taking orders for liquors to be de? livered in Virginia. Do yon usa an atomiser in treating Naaal Catarrh? If so jon will appneiate Ely'a Llqnid Cream Balm, the quickest and surest remedy for this disease. Io all cura? tive properties it ia identical with the solid Cream Balm, which is so famous snd ao suc? cessful in overcoming Catarrh, Hay Fever and 'old in the head. There is relief in the first dash of sprav upon the heated aensitiv, air passages. All dru**?ti 75**., including ?aprajing tobe, or mailed bj Ely Bros., M Warren St., Hew York, REAL KM A ir.. For Kent. For Sale. 1012 Prince afreet, 10 room brick $25. 332 south Patrick street, 6 room frame $8.50. 621 south Patrick street, 6 room frame $6.50. 416 Wilkes street, 6 room frame $7.00. 1001 Gibbon street, 8 room frame $12.00. 209 Queen street, 6 room frao<e $7.00. 211 Queen street, C room frame $7.00. FOR SALK Two fine building lots on north Columbus street (court? house squareibetween Queen and Princess Each lot bas a frontage of 20 ft. by a depth ot 11<* feet to an alley. FOR SALE I wo fine building lots on Mt Vernon avenue, in Brad? dock Heights; well located for an ideal hume. FOR SALE 8- vml tiao building iota i n the i a t -ide of aouth Alfred 11 est, be twea-n Wolfe and Wilka* street!, which can be purchased oo reason? able terms. FOR SALE - Three-story brick dwolltug No. '.'!?'> sooth Royal atreet, rootalniog eleven rooms end bath; splendid condition. JOHN D. N0R/H0YLE, Room 3, Alexandria National Bank BTd'g. King and Royal Streets Both 'Phones. HUEY'S 114 North Fairfax St Hot Free Lunch WINES LIQUORS CIGARS Norfolk Oysters on the Bait 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, ^ A PLACE FOR A PUFF is your morning or afternoon stroll, when the height of enjoy? ment may be reached if you are smoking one of our excellent cigars. Pare, Fragrant Habana Tobacco, made in the most perfect manner, and kept as moist and sweet as when new. If a man is judged by his smokes you will be all right when you smoke ours Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET._ ? " - - Cream ? Kentucky "THEE WHISKEY," $1.25 - - - Per Full Quart, Has no superior on the market today. It is pronounced par excellence by physicians for its medicinal qualities and A 1 for family trade. <-o-o-o We handle all the leading brands of wines and liquors. Best $2.00 Per Gal. Whisky && Joel 1H. Cochran & Co. Northwi *?orner Cameron and Royal Streets, .OLE DISTRIBUTORS. ARLINGTON: BRADDOCK TWO BEST WHISKIES SOLD SELECT TANGIER AND POC0M0KE OYSTERS All these good things can be had at The Elkton Turkey Sand? wiches Every Night H0U8E FURNISHINGS ? Protect Your Books. A GUNN SECTIONAL BOOKCASE $6.60 Vtry Oood BOASTED COFFEE for saleit at>.apoon?t hy J. C. MILBURN. Todd't Cslebratcd SmiihfieW Old Virgin RAMS. For mle at J. C. yJU-tUBaVS. Suctions IN JEWELRY If you want a splendid Watch, Watrh Chain, Fob, Neck Chain, Locket, Brooch, Cuff Buttoni, Stick Pin, Bracelet, Hat Pin, Ring, Manicure Set, Toilet Set, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Plated Ware, Spectacles, Eyeglasses, Clock, etc, visit our store. H.W.fiilSoii JEWELERS. 106 North Royal Street. WE have this day con animated the buai ceaa of W. A. Smoot A Co. and 8_o:t A Co. under the firm name of W. A. Smoot A Co. Inc. Tba new company will ssanme ail of otu? unexpirci contra ta anl nnfille i or? ders t-d purchases. We want to express onr sincere thanks to each and every one of our customers for tbeir rapport in the past and to ask fer the new company, whose management is made np exclusively nf the men from onr _r_s. a tsontinnance of this support. Very Bespect/hily, Vf. A. Smoot, W. A. Smoot, Jr., t radi nt- aa W. A. 8M0OT 4 Co. W. A. Smoot, 'a., trading as tsMOOT A Co. Alexandria, Va. Dceamber Slat, 190s, lani td Notice! Our main office will be at the northwest corner of Cameron and Union Sts. after January ll, 1909. We will retain our office at 319 King Street,where orders for both coal and lumber will receive very prompt and careful at? tention. 1U.SiiiihiI.Mo INCORPORATED Coal Lumber decll 2w_ qual.tT^aramount Everybody claims to have the best?the very best Wines and Liquors This may be true?It is all good We have a little of the same kind BUT IF YOU WANT Oysters Thats ls NOTHING BUT SELECTS. CHAS. H. ZIMMERMAN'S MARltET SPACE IVIeiVs Underwear, Greatly Reduced. 50c Fleece-lined Underwear, garment... 25c 59 i Fleece-line 1 Underwear, garment.... 41c 65c Derby Ribbed Underwear, garment 4h> 98c Woolen Underwear, geraient. 75c 11.00 and $1.25 Underwe r, garment. 85o $1 50 Underwear, odd aiz?a, garment.tl. 10 $1.75 Norfolk and New Krnnawick Wool, garment. $1.43 KOO Roo.'a AU wool Natural, garment, $l.?."i $2.2S All-wool Australian wear, gar? ment. $1.69 $2.00 Union Suits, all wool, garment.$1.59 $1 50 Union Suits, cotton ribbed, gar? ment. $1.19 $1.00 Union Suits, cotton ribbed, gar? ment. 78o $1.98 Long $1 IQ Kimonos . f-W These Kimonos are made of a choiee qual? ity daiay cloth, in blue, navy, browa and carr ut atrip*; tucked front; circular back; aiyiiehly trimmel with plain bor- tf | iQ der; a full cut garment. Spe.-ial ?k * ?"0 4? to .26 Seventh St. 421 to 425 Eighth St WASHINGTON, D. C. mm lUTiiiL mi, i ALEXANnittA, VIRGINIA, OFPICEKS : President, Vice President, Edward L. Deldferfleld. Carroll Plerca. Richard M. Oreen, Caahler. E. B, Payne. Aiat. Cathier. DIJKEOTORS: edward L. Daln.erfleld J. C. Smoot. j. w. Hobarts. Worth Half lah. Carroll Pierce. M. A. Ahern. Urban S. Lambert. RESOURCE'S. LIABILITIES, Loans . . . . ' $643,285.091 Capital. $100,000 00 U 8. Bonds to se- I Surplus .... 50,160.00 100,000 00| Undivided Profits 64,220.53 Circulation . . . 97,600.00 cure circulation . Bonds to secure U S. Deposit . Other Bonds and Stocks . . . Banking House & Real Estate . . Cash . . 43,373.83 Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 96,989 87 53,000.00 30,561.56 52,856.97 140,363.70 $1>20,0*67J2 Deposits . . U. S. Deposit 658,246.79 50,000,00 $1,020,067.32 We invite the accounts of individuals, firms and corpo? rations Investment securities a specialty. Interest paid in our Savings Department. ^^_______l_?gi--_-.. . . i .__i n ..I,,..I, ipap?,????<?.?--_??? Selling Out All Remnants And Odd Pieces Embroideries, White Goods, Percale, Ginghi ms, &c , at a great sacrifice before opening the New Spring Stock.i The Embroidery Stock divided into four lots, vii: Lot I at 5c, Lot 2 at 9c. Lot 3 at U&c. Lot 4at 19c 1 Lot All Over Embroideries and Laces at 39c 1 Lot Fine Val. Lace and Insertings 50c dozen 1 Lot Remnants 12*%c Percals at ?34c 1 Lot Remnants 12%c Dress Ginghams at 8c 1 Lot Si>k Remnants at a Sacrifice 1 Lot All Wo;>l Dress Goods Remnants at half price I Lot All Linen Hand Made Torchon Laced at 9c yard. fl. BEDIM il 8018, 316 KING 5TREET LORD FAIRFAX WHISKY FOR FAMILY TRADE Recommended by Physicians for its Medicinal Qualities $1.00 Per Full Quart. i Al li ti, A a tv., J proprietors! KING ST. Sold By All First-class Dealers. Both Jj>Jiones_ For Everybody in the Bargains Gents' Furnishing Line INCLUDING Gents' Fancy Vests. Before stock taking we would like to submit to you our prices on OVERCOATS^UITS. TROUSERS KI rr TITI ri One-Price Clothier Xl. r Ni andGcnts'Furnisher, . LIULI 111_UJJ, W_ KING S.TREET, rAMiMuyuunaiuAc 1 C Headquarters for Wines ? ^ and Liquors. Best and cheapest. WAKEFIELD RYH The hest whisky on 'Jw i.ia; k-t for family trade ad for Ks i_t> dicinal qualities h s*-*._ a-fll i sively by us. LOWENBACH BROS., King and Alfred Streets. AARON ODELL Stalls 48 49 Fairfax Street wing of Market ?_?_. MEATS Beef, Veal, Lamb, Mutton, Hams. Shoulders, Bacon and Sausages HOME-MADE SAUSAGE PUREST AND BEST Rpll 'Phnnp Market im P-Ell rHUIIt: Residence nu DRY GOOD.. NEW 1909 Wbitc Goods AND Embroideries. WE invite an inspection of oar for? eign a'jd domest'c White Goods and Embroideries lor 11)09, which are now on exhibition. The new white ma? terials are liner and prettier than ever, and the new embroideries are tx aa tl fal, with many new and edd designs direct from the best foreign milli, at unusually modedat. prices. New White Madras yd 10c, 124c, 15c, 20c, Mi and Soc. New White Flaxons plain, checks, aid stripes, very popular yd 20c, and 25c. New White India Linens yd 8c, 10c, 12Jc, 15-j, 20c, 25c. New Persian Lawns yd 10c, 12*0, 15c; 25c, 35c aad 50c New White Nainsooks yd 12. % 15c, 20c, 25c and Soc New White Longcloths yd 10c, 12.)c, 15c, 20c aid 25c. White Cannon Gloths yd 10c, 121cHid 15.:. New White Linen i Finish yd 10c, llajf, K*cand 19c. New White 40 inch Lawns yd 10c, 124? aad 15c. New White French Lawns yd 15c, 20c, th and 35c. New White Linen Lawns yd 25c, 35c, 40c aad 50c. Also a full line ofthe following weil known bleached Cambrics and Muslins Cambrics Berkeley snd Lona Isle, afaaUae, Pride of tbs West, Fruit of the Looa, Andu sofjgin, HUI, Barker, I>**iKtit Aaeher, lp a Ross. New 1909 Embroideries Our new Embroidarie. row o i ?;ti? av rs con? tracted for nearly ? year tx.u, ??l route direct to ut from tliele^'. fart-inn Makers, 'luying direct enables us tootler our patro.s the very best valued po* .ole. 'Ili:<-e art- many new and old a'eaixus, sud t a prates **eareask \ag really teeaa too lit.!* f. < Mat I liarsoter of (roods. But tre are trying ti irive our patrons mercharirlisx of rjuntity at thc nu at coii*sitjt_nt firiret poaaibl". I lin mw t-n>hroi<Jerit * ranga ii prices from .r><*, t/r for aard. RICHARD H. WATTLES MANUFACTUlt-F.lt OF FERTILIZERS Office am* Stoke-: 116*117 N Borai.il Dealer in Hardware,faints, A_ri cultural Implements. Veh ces, Harness, Field and Garden >etd? WammmXtOmW tWtU inion gtm\m\\ on LINE OF KOCIHEKN* KAlLWAi. Also Grain, Hay. Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed Will al-rays ke-pin ttore ihe bijrhe-tirades of these articles._novMro mi urtu TO Get a piece of our Tree Bark Cake It <a Delicious. Just Out. H. BLOCH, Confectioner. ?15 Kin/*- Street Both Phones.