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T1IUB3DA.Y EVENING. JAN. 28. 1909. Local Matters. Sun and Tide Table. Ban rise* tomorrow st 7.19 and seta at 6:17 fligh water at 1.49 a. m. and 2.17 p. m. ? nm Weather Probabilitiea. For thia section increasiiiK cbudioets to Bight, with rain or enow ea rly Friday morn? ing; Frday rain arid warmer; light variable wind*, ahiftiug to aoutheatterly. MEMORIAL FAIR Having about competed tbe prelim ii anea in connection witb Ibe memorial fair to be given by Alexandria-Washing ton Lndge, A., F. and A M , tj begin February 1 al Armcry Hall, tbe general committee announcus tbe Lllowiog as tbe laiies and gentlemen wbo are ex? pect d 11 tarry it to a successful conclu? sion : 11 o' ral committee. ? Mr. J. E Shinn, eba rnsn; Judge L 0. Buley and Dr. W. M. .Smith, vice chairmen; Chas. H Callahan, treaturer; Wm. J. Boothe, secretary, and Simuel W. Pitts, assist. ant secretary, with the following a-iiat ants: Messrs. leopold R iii u, E. 0 Parham. E H. Kemper, A. H. Oeblert, R. W. Fuller, Hubert Snowden and Dr. T. B. Cochran. Finance commit'ee?Chas. H. Calla? han, chairman; Judge L O. Buley, Dr Vf ta. M. Saids, Dr. T. B. Cochran and J. E. Strion. 1) c rat ng coTmlttie?Dr. T. B. C tehran, chairman, and Messrs. W. L. Allen, Frank C. Spinks, jr., Harry Beverly and Donald Altcheaon. Decorating booths? Mesiri. Ben* Aitcheson, Donald Aitcheson and F. C. Spinks, jr. Ladies' committee?Mrs.Geo. B. Car? lin, chairman; M's. M. W. O'Brien, vice chairman, and Mist Nettie Garner, secretary. Heals of bo.tbs?Mt. Vernon--Mri. E. J Shinn, Mr?. R. W. Fuller, Mrs. U. H. Callanan, Mrs. J. E. W. Tim berman, Mrs. E. H. Kecnprr and Mrs. C. B Marshall. Andrew Jackson Booth?Mrs. M. L. Dinwiddie, Mrs. F. W. Latham and Miss Lou Howell. Dining room?Miss Cora Cochran, rchairmao. Refreshment*?Mrs. J. E. Alexander, cbaiinian. Household?Mrs. Raymond Hulbah, Mrs. L. 0. Barley and Mra. R. ti. Ha? ter. Fancy?Mrs. F. J. Ptiff. Cigar*?Mra. Thrs. A. Fisher and Mrs. F. M Uamiltoo. Candy?Mm Barry Hochiroi*. in And Miss b trail Ruben. Drona?Mrs. R chi i I Gibson, Miss Mary Uhler and Miss Frances Daien hower. China and Glass ?Misr Ida Grigg and Mrs. R. E. Acton. Groceries?Mrr?. M. Merris. B>at?Mrs. J Vf Biles, Mrs. George Chadwick and Mrs A D. Montier. Doration commi't^e?Mr. Leopold Ruben, chairman, and Messrs. Courtney Acton C. B, Swan, Thomas A Fisher, J Wm. May and Thomas W. Robinson, dal features?Mr. J. W. Bales, chairman, and Mesus. F. C. Hpinks, jr., 0 B Marshall aad J. Edward Sbinn. Organization committee?Dr. Wm. M. Smith, chairma ; Judge L. C. Bu? ley, Dr. Ohm. T. Lird?ey and Messrs. 0. B. Marshall and Percy Clift. Music committee?Mr. Ojorge H. Evans, chairman, acd Mr. Chas. H. Callaba*. Reception-Mr. R. W. Fuller, chair? man and Marara, E. H. Kemper, Chas. H. Callat.ii, A. H. Oeblert, 0. B. Hare-all, Percy Clift, .M. L Dinwiddl-, W. L. Alierr, J Fred Birrell, R S. Barrett aad Dr. T. is. Cochran. POLITICAL. withstanding the fact that there will not be an election for any office either municipal or state for at least six mouth*, and thia a primacy, the candi? dates aod their friends are much on the hustle aa if tbe rote would be eaat to? morrow. Not so much is their anima? tion in Hie le-fiaUtive fight (and tbe candida'es fi r thia office are by no means idle) but for ihe office of governor of Virginia. This contest ap to the present is b'.'itg waged by Me-srs. Tucker, Stuart and Manu. Toe issues they rep? resent ira similar. All of them favor the right of the people to choose between licensed saloons aid no license in their respective localities?and well they may still 1 ou this, for il they did not,cither's chauce of election would be slim indeed. Each of (brm isoppear-d to ettie wide pr ihibition?s condition eagerly sought by tbe ant-salina league aid its fol lowers. Judge Mann hss been weighed in the balance by Ibis league and net found wanting and with tbis leaene the other two uieu are experiments. Thia, ti the close observer, means tbe indorse? ment of Judge Mann by the anti-ealoon league. Wben it is remembered that al least two 'huds of tbe state is controlled by the anti-saloon element the temper? ance people say it does not 'tike a prophet to tell that Judge William Hodges Hana will be the next candidate for governor on th* democratic ticket. Tbst he would be the strongest, they claim tbere is little doubt. He would, they ta', pol] tbe entire temperance e'rengto, both in tbe dem-eratic and re? publican parties and there is a strong Intimation ti at in the event of Judge Manu's nomicaion tint the republican party which is stronger in ita tenden? cies for temperance reform tban the dpni)ira*ic party?wuuld decline to nomit a e a candida'e against him. If he is not nominatfd then they would bave a cha ot 11 nominate a iran on a state witl" prohibition platform and endeavor to cary the sute Taa frieadi of Messrs. Tucker and r< ua t, h iwever, controvert the claims nisdc by the friends of Judge Mann, and say Ha their respective ian li lat's will win ou: in tbe primary. installed! Installation of officers of Keoet'.c Ooaaetl, N . IM, Catbolio Women's Benevolent Lfloa, tonk place at the res? idence of Mrs. J ta. R che yester'ay evening. Tbe instilling officer, Miss B ondell, <u|rime chancellor, of Bi ti? ti ? i h? \1 -a Helen M Cut iv, dh r c d put*,af Washing? ton. A.ter thu nut til:g rn delightful supper waa served bv tne hostess. The Red Oroes ^noes for tender feet Tho .a Iles who w:ar the R?d dose tahoe alwsva wear a snvle. S >l*l .ny hy J- A Marshall _ Bro., 422 King aueet HIGH WINDS At an enif hour las' night the wi nd came out from tbe nor hweat and sent rigged cloud* sailing across tha luce of the moon. After midnight old Boreai broke oat ia all his -fur*. Tne wind cine in bea?y fl .wa and rrared through? out tbe remainder of tbe night. Ni serious damage, however, resulted. Some shingles were blown from roofs, bricks dislodged from cbiinneya, limos twisted from trees and fencing damaged. A frame houne ni ar Braddock Heights was moved from its louudation, and part of a aindmill in the samo neighbor? hoods was carried away Tho Norfolk ste-tmer war> about two hours late In ra bing tbis pott, owing to the bi^h winds in tbe lav aid river. OUT OF BUSINESS. Because the association bas been do? ing a regular industrial life and sick benefit business, whereas its chatter su'horiz?s it to do only a lodge business, Insurance Oommirsioner Ditton has re? fused to renew tbe licemse of the Old Dominion Protective A'S'-ciation, a Vir? ginia c.rporatioo, wi'h nominal offices ia Alexandria, but whose headquarter* tue in Washington. For some time Col? onel Button bas suspected the company ot violations of its cbmt -r and be secured a list of ita policy-holders, sud through them learned tbat not a single one had been initiated asa member ol any frater? nal lodge of which tbe Old Dominion Assoc ation bad control. DEATHS. Mrs. Mar^a-et Robinson, wif>* of Mr. Walter Robinson, died at her borne lu Fairfax county, a short distance west nf tbis city, last nigtt. The decca ed waa 21 years old. She was a elsughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Emma Brady. Her funeral will .ak<s place in Fairfax county pn Saturday. Major Johns m, col ired, an old and respected resident of tbis city, died at his borne, No. 603 south Faitiax itreet, yeaterday afternoon. Tbe deceased waa paralyzed a few days a^o. POLICE"uOU KT. [Justice H. B. Caton presiding.] Tbe following cases were disposed of (his morning: Four men?three white and one color? ed- were before the Police Court this morning, cbarged witb drunkenness and diserderly conduct. In the case of disorderly conduct the warrant was with? drawn and the accused dismissed. An? other delinq^nt was dismissed, one waa fined |*i ajtl tbe other Mot to j di for 20 c'ays._ HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. When the day's work ia over and the head of tbe house, win fur it be hus band cr wife, wishes to die pel thought* ofthe duties incident to housework or the sbop, there is no helter p'ace to viait than the Alexandra Optra House. Rot only are you highly ent'rt lined by (un? making artists of tbe first order but you bave a chance to witness tbe beat motion pictures extant. Each night brings a change of programme which makes tnis bouse one of tbe most popular in thia city. _^^ HIGHLY ENTERTAINED. Hardly had the sun passed over the new Oserge Washington Park yesterday when the people began to crowd to the Alexandria Amosement Oom? pany and from tie expressions on their faces wben they emerged tbe show must be good. The talking pletorei were fust class acd highly amusicg and the silent pictures shown a' this house a*e tbe beat tba' can be secured. Tonight there will be a change of programme and everybody is invited. killed by Explosion. One mBn, A. Burna, colored, 40 years old, waa killed aod four injured yester? day afternoon by tbe premature explo? sion of a charge of dynamite on the line of the new Wes'ern Mayland Railroad, about a half mile below Cbain bridge. Ooe of Ihe injured men rosy die. The explosion was cased by rimming sticks of dynamite into a hole with an iron tar instead ofa wooden "rammer." Burns ?ai buried beneath rocks and clods of dirt. - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHAR? TERED. Tne State Corporation Commission yesterday granted a char.er to the Alex? andria Chamber of Commerce. The purposes of the'association asset forth in tbe cb*arter are tn develop tbe com mer cia! interests in the city. The sum of $1o,000 ia named as tbe capital stock. Officers are as follows: \V. A. Smoot, president; J. T Johnson, vice-president; J. T. Preston, secretary and treasurer ELITE "PICTURE COMPANY. There are pictures a id pic ur;s but to reach tbe highest standard in this line onewoull have to pay a visit to the Elite Picture Company. Without doubt the pictures are tbe largest to be seen and tbe singing of Elwari Clark, the olack face comedian, list night, was be? yond deicripthn aid much enjoyed. To? night there will be an entire change nf programme. Ifyou want to see a real good show go to tie E i'.etonight. PROPER!Y -ALES. Messrs. M. B Harlow A Co. inc., bave sold for tbe owners the followirg properties: Three Io's bo Mr. J. R. N. Ouitin, at Cottage Park, adj doing Brad? dock Heights; lot on west side of Royal, between Princess and O.onoco streets, to Fannie L. Johnson. STORE ROBBED. Tbe store ol Brkley Richards, at Ad nani'ale, Fairfax cc an ty, eas entered hy tnieves la-it night and robbed of 1,500 p ninds ol bacon and a saddle and some h r ieas. The police cf thia ctr have been requrstcd o lo k ont for tbe thieves The- Hess Hopkin-) FOOT FORM SHOES makes lite a pleasure, only by J. A. Marshall A Bro., 422 -ing street Jackson Creek Oysters OF THE FINEST VAR IETY 50 bushels just rect*ived. Roasted and on the half shell Merchants'quick lunch?Turkey with Crannelr\ Sauce daily. At the Elkton BSSTSUGAR Cl RI I) HAMS i_i l Cans Fe?t Tcmatoea Vet a C_m Baaai Cara I Ons Early June Tens 25c, 1 (tn ?-iugapere Pineapple 10c: 1 tan 1 berrlaa Ur wy Syrup 113c; 1 I arge Can California As? paragus 26c; I Can California J.ennn Clii g Peaches 16c. W. P. Wooua A Son., Royal sui W.-lfs at rt eu. Jan. lb li. PERSONAL. Capt. A. J. Fa'", who has receatl; been seriously ill at his borne on Wolf i rat, wasyect-rday removed to a Waih iogon hospital. Miss Bessie Jones is visiting Mr. am Mrs J. Pr.sserTabb, of Weat Moan Rr al avenue, Biltimore. Miss Sjsie Yates left Wednesda m .ming for a short visit to M ss Blanch 8 aosbury al A'rxandria.?[Fredericks burt: ""tar. Miss Nannie Norton left for Rich mind today, to visit her litter, Mrs Sa .da. Tho Junior Matinee Five Handrec drab nut entertained yesterday afternoor by Miss Marr Snowden at ber borne or King street. Tbe prizr* were won b] Missis Ha'tie Douglas aad Kittie Barre't Mrs. William J. Boolhe.jr., veiterdaj afternoon entertained at bridge in honoi of h<>r sis'er, Mrs. George Garr Henry of New York. Miss Cummings tbis afternoon enter fained at euchre, at her residence ot Cameron s'reet. Dt. A. E. dorran, distr'ct deputy, paid an official vs t laat night to Peteia< roora C runr.il, Knights of Columbus, aud installed the newly elected offers. The seat of Bryce Moses on the Wash. ington Block Exchange waa sold at euc tion a few days ago to Mr. Carroll Pierce, of Alexandria, for $5,400. CORPORATION COURT. [Judge L. C. Barley preaiding.] Commonwealth vs. Charles Dean, charged with pnrcbasng stolen gooda; jury and case in progress. Desn ls indicted for larceny in con. needoo witb tbe purchase of whisky alleged ti bsve been stolen from the Southern Railway. The case was called j'cs'.erdiy and i ccupied the attention of tbe court all day. Court aJjiorned late rceterday afternoon until today and tbe i ; ry wei locked up overnight. Theed l.'3-d theft of a barrel of whisky occurred July 18 lsst. Tho fact (hst Ihe jury waa planed in tbe cuatort of the city sergeant when conrt adjourned, insteai of being ??? |f ned temporarily, witb the usual i<!in tuition to refialo Irom discussing tbe case with any one, has been tbe aub oct of some comment. Tbe case wu given to tbe jury at 1.46 o'clock thii Bvening without argument. WEDDING. A very impressive wedding ceremony t ok place last evening at 7:30 o'clock f-t the parsonage of St. Mary's Church, tbe parlies being Miss Marie L. Travers, daughter of the late Capt. Thomas B. and Mary V. Travers, aod Mr. F. V. Yrioghu, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Vaughn, of Fauquier county, Va. Toe bride was charmingly gowned in a Loo don smoke suit with bat and gloves tc ma ch and carried bride roses. Altei ibo ceremony they diove to the home ol tbe bride wbere bountiful refreshments were served. Mr. Vaughn is and baa been for the p?st seven years a conductor in tbe Wa hinglon division ol the 9oo hern R.ilwuy. The popular.ty o' b..th the biide nnd groom was r-boa-n by th's msny bandnoma weddiog preens tbey receive). ROW IN COU NCI LT There is sa'd ti hsve been cocs'der ible excitement in the Po'orxa3 Council i few nights seo, which i os stsrted by h" silt gi d disnrde riv Ct-nduui of a n.env ii r who refused <>> Uke his sear when udered to do so by the mayor, wKo was orefitlitii?. S veral m<mbers he* ame psr tlejpaata in tbe tumult which followed, ind cor.aiderabie unconvenllotai lin* juage wai ustd by certain members. One if thu parties was yeeterday brought be F re a justice of the peace and fined $5. He took an appeal from the decision. ~ FUNERAL. The funeral of tbe late B las B t Jrove, who was killed by the overturning of a .iBil-a I of lumber in the Potomac freight yards Mmday night, took place from tho residence, 211 north Payne street, this alt^rnoon. The services were con looted by Rev. Mr. Humphreys and tbe psllhea-'r-t wero Messrs. J. C. Murphy, C. Birrell, Willum Murphy, irorge W. ti unkle, H. B Smith and j Vf. Dent. The interment wai made in Bethel cemetery. SUIT. In tbe Circuit Conrt for Ibe city to lay Mr. Douglars Stuart for Mr. Gar? nett E. Sullivan entered suit against the W., A. _ Mt. V. Ry. Co. for flO.OOC damages for personal injuries alleged te hsve been sustained by an accident oe that road in (bis city on the night ol February 27 Ism. _ Lanii' Shoulder, This is a common form of musculai rheumatism. No internal treatment ii needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liol ment freely twice a day and a quick cure is ceitain. This liniment has prover specially valuable for muscular anc chronic rheumatism, and is sure to givi quick relief. Chamberlain's Limimen s also mo?t excellent for sprains anc bruises. Price, 25 cents; large lite fi< anti,. For sale by W. F. Orelghton 6 Co. and Richard Gib*oo. Deal niiss tieeiaR Avaano, the Renowce. I' I mist, Armory Hall, February 1 so 12 in elusive ^_ Keep your feet dry. "Try a pair o tbe celebrated" Walk Over Saoes. J A Marshall A Bro , 422 King atreet. Lynnnavens'ingdishes Broue< on toa-t. itn.I HUH I'S <>1*-1> nt -.1 pl.dr! Fried at the eiPKKA HOUSE CAFE. Che-rrj atone riama Steamed Oysters Tonight DAY AND -NIGHT FREE " Hoi Lunch, Riley's 114 North Fairfax Street Excellent line cf Wines-Liquors-Cigar IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Select Oysters ON THE HALF SHELL Our Liquors -and Cigars are th hest obtainable Hannisville S1 gwJn-" Sherwood -? j^J-r" Il Washington -DC. Women's $4.00 Cloth-top Shoes Going: Rapidly at We have them iu plain toes or tipped; made on a very stylish and comfortable last. They are in the button style-- onlv, batt any one who appreciates the saving of ft 05 ou a pair of shoes will come for these early tomorrow. Second Moor?Shoes. LOWEN BACHES istthoe^ce Wakefield The Best Medicinal Whisky I Kjng an_ Alfred on the Market. ? streets. 1 CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier G. L. BOOTHE, vice-President. J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier tr-O-0-0 The First Nalional Bank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPITAL . . $100,000 ?o-0-0 Surplus and Net Profits $175,000 IO/ i Forty-five Years of * g\?\f\ oo4 c?Bnax?tvc i"Uy o-?c-0?0 DIRECTORS: C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B. HARLOW GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr. WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD 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 lfor family trade. c-o???o-o We handle all the leading brands of wines and liquors. Best $2.00 Per Gal. Whisky gift Joel /H. Cochran & Co. Northwest Corner Cameron and Royal Streets, LOOAL BREVIflE The ease of the ('.-lonna Marine R?ll say Com puny sgsinet the steamer Trenton, which was to bave been heard in the Uoited B'a es Oouit for tbe F,<\A ern diatrict ol Virgin-a, this city, lu b?en transferred to Norfolk aid will bp heard in tbat city today. The honor of the family: Hie guests hail all arrived. The luncheon hoar hsd alrsradj rasaed anti the grocery man hud ArJIc I to semi the vari us dainties the hu.tess ordered, M ty he she wo n't mad. Phew! she was Mm ply l>oiling ever. Juat think of wi. gilesta would my wheo they found the hadn't anything to eat in the hou'e. Mwt ot tin ni had simply fume lu be fed ins usual). Hot honor of tne family wn* saved when the front door liell rang and ont there stix-. I ths watton fn ru tl e Auth r- timi erith a pleatiffll supply of tho?e delicious Auth's _MSagM BB I Hams. Sjlvin Bloudheim, The Att*h Stnnl Market. A game of basketball will he played tonight between the Np. ry Yard end the Pi te-ima in the latter's rino house at bel Ka.j. Dr. C. E. Onie ilt en Ut red ate ot his line Minorca tad Hull Ply bimi b. Book tl: in the Washington piultry show this week and of the live entries >e<*t rr-l 'bree vrir.to. A resilient o: N'? -.v Mirket hss written to Chef tow*!* ol !.* ("li e forte asking bim to notify all I nw r dealers ri. I to ? il any strone drinks to her bushell 1, who la OB the "habitual list." A little play entitled "Biswas*hud" will be liven at Christ Church Parish Hall to ? night hy the Christ Chorea Guild of Ministering Children's Leagm. The pro? ceeds will be used for a rot a'the Alexan? dria Hospita'. Mrs. O. F. Carter lits the management i I the altair in oh>rg>-. The ladies o' tl.- M.lbodiat Pr I Cbarek will giv-> an oyster supp- r at Ooo Pellowa1 Halli Thursday, Friday and Satur ? U)iiighu of th's? week. Supper wi! Le servfd from 6:30 to ll o'clock. All thrst-?ho ha<*e patronized tbe suppers given ? y these ladies in tbe pest know-of a trn'li t!.?t ever)thins: ia bountifully served sod Hie inner mania thoroughly aati ti d wi'h good thing*. Buy your boy a pair of Storm King Boots?the high top li Hows - .b.t' that the boy wanta?from John A. Marshall A Bro.. 422 Kiok street. CAPT. JOHXHTANFiHU) H6? arrived with a c*rg>of flue OYtfAM wh'ch he w ll sell at to eent< a bushel. |_*rt?*M_ Coke Dimestic C-ke All kinda ol Coal. Wool and Coke lleet quality sn I prompt de Itvery'at bottom price* Phooey. DaW. AlTeHESON, 107 rtcotb Boral street. FOB BK MT?Three", orr brick DWELL ING, 10 rooms and bath, Enquire of H-SNRY K. FIELD, oi on the premix ,Vo. 90i Prince street. i?n*s iw OHINA, OLA?8 ANDHOUrJEFURN tdHINQ ?^?i?!____j_, The UNIVERSAL BREAD AND Cake Makers Almost a Necessity Nowadays. o?? o-o Bread Mixers at Cake Makers at $1 ns. L?-O?0?O ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and Kinsr Sts. WANTED. HELP WANTED. WANT I [).?_ capable col-red man ss WAI; I lt Apply at HOrEI. FL1E8CH [M._jan28 3t WANTEl TO PEST OR BCY eight to ten room HODBE. Good localit*/. Ap I. BMXBfOIT, Fairfu A part menu. 1 tf FBENT? Two cotnmuuicating BOOMS with light and h*at; centrally loest-d; 1 tdtea prcfered. Adrlr.se A, Gazette office, iajilf Si* A lahaatioe, the aa ni ary wall finish; can be api>led by anyone E. 3, LEADBEATER A SOI- a. 8c^c3G?2c?c? -ave -^Sc9cKSKutvi_H^cS*85*d^ HOW IS YOUR fi WATCH |U Repairing fy Always fy Has Been FU a Hobby W of Ours, (0 To Do the Maj Best Work vU Possible. Watch Running? Is it always fast or (ll flow? Never quite on JJ* time. Perhaps the 0*J watch is capable of (j> very accurate running f_j but it is not in perfect i?? order You know the w tiny mechanism of a fy watch absolutely de- #*}' manda tbat each of _ the dozens of little yt) parts?springs,wheels fy jewels, cc?be just ay right, or good timing IK is out ofthe question Ml tv Saunders & Son, (JEWELERS-629 King St.-SILVERSMITH* r??>*?%>**%*^^y*^>^y*%***%'''^>****aj^^>^>****% **^?>^^_*s_ag>?a_tg>rig> CCCCcCCCttCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCC "1 Lil UL' A MOX ANDKIA. VIRGINIA. / OFFICERS ; Preaident, Vie* President, Kdward L. Dalafferfleld. Carroll Pierre. Richard M Oreen, Cashier. e. _, Pta-/_?.'Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Bdward L. Dalagwrfiela' J. C. Snoot. j. w. Koberts. Worth Hulflah. Carroll Pierce. M. A. Ahern. Urban S. Lambert kksoiihi icm. MAHii.irii:-. Loans . . . . * 1643,285.091 Capital.IIOO.OOO oo U. 8. Bonds to se? cure circulation . 190,000 00 Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . . 53,000.00 Other Monds and Stocks . . . 30,561.56 Banking House & Real Estate . . 52,856.97 Cash . . 43,373.83 Due from Ranks and Reserve Agents . 9->,989.87 -140,363.70 $I,M<M)67732 Surplus Undivided Circulation Deposits - . U. S. Deposit Profits Mgm ? 64,220 53 97 600.00 658,246.79 50,000,00 S1,020,06T32 We invite the accounts of individuals, firms and corpo? rations Investment securities a specialty. Interest paid in our Savings Department. SllVtipiRSTti^ BE SURE TO SEE Avaano The Renowned Palmist At "The Hermitage" IN TUE MASONIC FAIR Armory Hall February 1-12, 1909. dec23 tfeli U OPERA HOUSE ENTIRE CHANUK. OF PROGRAM. Joe Biener & Ritter Carl Eccentric black face ni ii ii-u nnd dauciiiK co iiclirins and monologists, introduciue* an ntire new ncr, r?-w total h. new jokes au*l san ation al whirl t i id soft shoedmclng. Burk - winir lock ant) trip s*e| a. MISS LEAH ABBOTT Sweet MiiiiitiK and dancing *oubret'.e. To? night tlurirax th's net she will sins; that beau? tiful ballad entitled, "You'll Be Sorry When it's Just too Late. :t,OOO feet hiarh-ola^s motion pictures in the latest productions _ First perfoninnes 7..10 Alexandria. Amusement Co. TALKINO PICTURES-4 Reels. Red Wing Rah! Rah! Rah! Wouldn't You Like to Flirt witb Me. I'm In Love with the Slide Trombone. SILENT PlCTUftFS. The Janitor Falsely Accused Still Walking. The Nervy Thief. The Prehistoric Lid. Jt L COMPANY. Aj JI Special Attraction. EDDIE CLARK, High-class nhckfaee mniedian, "ine-inK and dancing, Mr. Clark in aa eld niiii-trr] man and woith teeing. Entire Change of Picures. Blood Will Tell. Weather Changes at the Smith's. WINKS AND LIQUORS. THE WAY WE SERVE FISH at this restaurant is enough to set your mouth watering every time you think of it We cook it in every way known to the very best chefs as well as the fisherman Try some next Friday, if not before You haven't ihe right to say you don't care for fi**li until you have tasted it as we cook it. Then you wont say it Fleischman.!'s. JEWELERS Coasters. Cut-g'ass base and pierced silver rail. $15 d?z o R.C. ACTON & SONS Jewelers and Silversmiths. ?-ROOgRIK^. ?*_t?_?ai.?Seils ihs Bael. Royal Red Tomatoes 3 Cans for 25c RAMSAYS. FANCY HONEY One Pound Caps G. WM. RAMSAY. Heinz Pickles Sweet Mixed Sour Chow Chow 10 cents a pi nt Ramsay's. ALPHA Maine Sugar-Corn ls the Best CORN PACKED For sale only by G. WM. RAMSAY SHELLFD ENGLISH WALNUTS Pecans and Almonds G. WM. RAMSAY Columbia River Salmon Stcak3 One pound tins. Stuart's Kippered Herring and Smoked Haddock 0. WM. RAMSAY PIN HEAD Oatmeal v'.Wi_aiar _ a Witnt to shearn <'eim t : Want ta Latin I. Mn'.' rle*. Uar svill teach tea Hil rv ni'.nih. Apply 2<*7 north Ai. iu2fi !???? ji?njfi Mt. Vernon Violet Bor?t?u i 4 er, t tho powder for 10c. _g a T.rA^WFATSri ?? Bnttre WUK AT FLOCK ium ,r v J. C. Mil.ttl i. .