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Is Great Music a Mystery to You ? m newspaper (M a whom you are SOMI, I (MES you mat a ix*iVrcncc* in I oaagazine tt> some composer with wholly unfamiliar. You would like to know what kind of music that com? poser wrote?why it ll that he has hecome so famous. You \.Ms that someone in the household could play for you representative warka of that composer. The Pianola Piano IS THE 'OPF.N SESAME" TO ALL MUSIC. I 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. I 'HON: There is only one Pianola. Do not make thc mistake of supposing that you can go into any music store and buy the genuine Pianola and Pianola Piano. The Pianola - - $250 to $350 The Pianola Piano - $550 to $1,050 'tisive Representatives Y^3 Moderate Monthly Payments. *%# Wjm __; C-if. PERCY S. FOSTER, g. oj An A rn *_> tVe Manager. ,/ Washington, D. C. \c. s-v~ '?N^>^>v<>^>/'?>^v*;3^!^^ - )?????????%??????????????t lOnc price Everything right. JANUARY 30 IS THE Last Day OF Reduction Sale OF Uiiiliiiiliiii Shills. , Kaufmann Brosg ) Clothiers - - - Haberdashers. ? ) 402-405 KING STREET. ? )?????????????&??????????Q I Alexandria National Bank. | Corner Kin!? and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 CENTRALLY LOCATED. Places at your disposal every facility and; service offered by any Conservative Bank. Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many interests Wc sre prepared to properly care for yours. The Hoard of Dircctorslof the Alexandria National Bank : Ju'ttce C. I ? ' lent, John A ftsiJenl, , W. A. Smoot, Jr. W. A. E tall. ?A". B Bmoot, Woe Prudent. ll Smith, Vice President. I .rim. A. H. Ile tor. P. F. Gorman, Edward G. Portlier. Invite your accounts, whether large or small, both in the Commercial and Savings Department, X with the assurance of careful attention. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to ?? bring in their books and have interest due October U\ en- rn tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. ? Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.01) $300,000.00 DIRECTORS. C. J. Rixey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater Henry K. Field, Henry Bander, George S. French, J. K. M. Norton3 We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel? ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust lousiness Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts We solicit the account* of Hanks, Corporations, Firms and Individ? uals, and pron i^e libcn.l treatment consistent with sound banking methods. Quality Established Our Reputation Ramrnel Bros. Caterers. DISTRIBUTORS Speer's Medicinal Wines and Brandies Both Telephones. CAPE COD CRANBERR'ES for s?'e i ldc quart hy_J C. MILBURN. PAN BLAS COCOANPTS f.r sle at i each at_J. I hOdcitu BROOMS, bought before the 8' srauce for sale bf J.C, MJLB'JtN. Carlie* Brothers HAP MAPLE 8YRUP Bine I_bel CATsrP, ASSORTED JAMS sud BA K ED BEANS lott m*iTed br t o uTTtfrnJw Very Good ROASTED COFFEE lor rules! 20c. a pound by J. C. MILBURN. Til'K CUBA LU Tr.e fest'.vitiei at:eodiDg tba ira-igu ntion of tbe new CubaD gorernmint, which texture 1 at noon today, begun yesterday eveniug with a bril.iaot illum inaion ol Havana and a farewell bt'l tendered hythe na?'r and couoci! of Havana in honor of Givernor Mapoon, P.esldfnt-elect (ijauz, Vice President? elect Zayas md the Amt rum officers who served as provisional .in'h'r.lies. The illuminations probsblf were tbe mott cla^or^c ever sren there. The mioey provided for the purpnse was subscribed unstintedly and the parks -.tal ihe principal th-noghfsris ol the city were transformed into a veritable fairyland. In drat al Park and etratct ing down tbe Prado to the sea thousands of vari-colcred bulbs gleamed among co? coanut palms end laurel trees, ?raking tbe ecrne ooe of rare bi aa ty. The streets were crowded with a holiday throng, among which wero hundreds of A-ner? on tourist'. The triumphal arch, for which thou? sands of dolUrs have beeo epnt aid upin which the fiuUhiog touches are being put atti acted tbe attention of tte S'ghtser-rs who ssva-rnp-J about It, seri OJsly interfering witb the worknen. Ibo Cubans se^m jest awakening to the fact tbat th?ir second period of Inde? pendence is al bund, and for tbe firs time are showing interest in the tr.nd of a flairs. The laU was a brillia t func'ioo. It was a'.tcnded by the American officials, tho new island authorities, members of the diplorra iccorps, special ambissadois and leaders of society. Don't Take Ute Itlsk. When you have a bad cough or cold do not lit it drsg ulong until lt becomes chronic brouchiti?, or develops into an attack of pneumonia, but give it tbe at? tention it desers-es and get rid of lt. fake Chatubf.rlain'8 Cough R?medy and you aro eure of promp' relief. From s small beginning the rale and UBe of this prepa'at'oa hss extended to ail parts of tbe United stet's and to rrany foreign countries, tis many remarkable cares ol coughs and Cuk's lave won for it Uria wide rputa'ion aod extensive use. Sold by W. F Creighton A Co. and EUebard Gibron. OPENINO AND CLOSIiWoP MAILS Northern mai'r*, weak days, close al 7 10a. 1 ll H it. il, KD'l 2 00. 2 30, 1"> p. m. Open at 8Wa. m., Ul (rO i.i, ftiul 5 00 p. m. On aanfleysNorthero mails close at 7 10 a. m., '130, mid 7 M p. m. Stuthcrn inalla via CT.arlott?*vilIc eloaaal 7.10 anti 10 80 a. m., and 3 %), 4 30 and 1015 p. m. Open at 800 a. rn. end fi 00 p. m. Beotkara mails, via Richmond, close al g 45 and 10 30 a. rr., and 3 20, 7 15 and 103! p. m. Oper at 8 a. m., 12 m and 1 p. m. Maits-' .*>- Di*fi lon mails close at 7 10 a. m in 1111 p. ra. Open at 13 30 oed 9 30 p. m. Alexandria md Ronnel Hill mails close al 7 30 a. m., and 3 M p. m. Open at 900a. m. sad 7 0) p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio mails close at 3 20 p ci. and 10 15 p. m. Open at 800 a. m. anti 100 p. m. Wash in (tton maila close at 7 10, a. m. 8 46 and ll M r>. m., and '1 ti), 2 30. 1 15 an J 1015n. m. Open at 8 00 a, m., 1200 m. r.nd 6Ot) p. m. and 8.50 p. m. Office Hours?Open at 8 OJ a. m. Clc-J at 600 p.m. _ Suud-y Hours?Open at 900 a. m. Cloe* at 1000 a. m. drricrV Schedule? Collection made on in aide routes?fi 16 nnd 10 0o a, m. and 3 00 and G 10 p. m. Fr ll ror:!<-~<. 15 a. m. and 5 30 p, m. Sand-iy oJlcrtion 4 45 p. m. Carriers' Window op?n Sunday 900 a, m. and doss 1000 a. ra. Deliveries made 800 a.m. 120 p. m. acd 6 OOo. ra. All mail should he in the o fit re tan minutes >ef.ira onr iti'lim?**d time for rlrtsins*. ^(BOOERIE*! VV. A. JOHNSON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS. QKSL'RAL COMMISSION MERCHANTE And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXX2 andPr.rcOld Rye, Old Cabins* and Mocc aram Whiskies; also Baker's and Thompson'! Part Bye Whiskies, to which t*ieyinvi~ thi attention ol the trade. Ordars from tha tmmatry (or merchandiat shall receive prompt attention. Donsiirnmenti cf Flour, Orr. ia and Oonntrj Produce solicited, for which they guarani*! hs hiahe-:i market prices and prompt returns N. E corner Car.i'-ron and Royal Str-setr. "john ahern & co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCEBi And Dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Uonntry Prcdnce received daily. Our staci of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces evary thing lo bo hail in this line. We hold largely Io United States breded warehouse ana oirrj in stock various brandi or the bert PURR RYE AND MALT WHISKIES maia. Have also in store superior grades, ol Foreign and American WINES. ALES, BROWN STOUT, Ao. /H^&tlaf&ction GnaranU*ed as to Pries tai Quality."** Ornsr Prlne* ;md Cnrnm?rce PtresU. QUALITY TELLS. J. C. MILBURN, 113 North Royal Street : Alexandria, Vs. Dealer in FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. Proprietor of the POTOMAC RRAND FLOUR, which is unexcelled. ^#?ConWs Freshly Roasted. *_SJ FTome 'Phone 181. Rell 'Phone 293 THE ALEXANDRIA Iron Works Foundry, Machine Worl? and Blacksmithing Structural Iron a Specialty Manufacture r of I'a'cnt Turban Pump fer dairy and suburban homes. Agent for casi oil engine, the only aafe power around building.'. >?nd us your inquiries for an j thing in Iron. jania 'yr _ RICBARTCWAttlES MANI K.ACTl KI'K OF FERTILIZERS Omen and Broun lit-W K. Boral. Bi Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and Garden Seeds W___srODt_t, MOTS ixion strkkt, OK use ol- ?oomaal kau. way. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed Will always keep In store the highest cr**das of these art' t.or5 3m High grst-'e machine oil.?oils that still a not gum. E S. LEADREA1ER A SONS. Eurgtons' Robber Glove* E. -J. LEADBEATER A SONS. AUCTION S\LL. H I' Knox, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE of DESIRABLE HEAL BISTATE. PURSUANT to ibo torin* of a decree rendered t>y Court ot Ctty cf Alexandria, Virginia, on Um uh d.iy nf January, i Doy. in u chancery eau?" therein de petidin*,' '.'ssio Bnv li Anni' i; cranford, et als.. Um nn : ilgned, win) b) mid decree were appointed Bpi missioners for tho wmTOOmt, will offer for sale public uuctiou, at tho Royal Btreet cm rance to thc Market Building in this city, at tl o'clock, noon, on TUESDAY, February t, 1909, the following real estate: lit: AU that lot of ground, with buildings and improvements thereon, bounded and described ns follows: Beginuing at tho intersection of the east side of St. Asaph Street with tho south side of Oronoco Street, and m.unlag thence south on St. Asaph Street ll feet 3 Inches, more or less, to the north line of the lot of ground ?red by John M. Johnson, spe? cial commissioner, to James Duncan, by deed dated May 18, 1885, and re? corded in Deed Book No. 16. page 511; thence east parallel with Oro? noco Street 80 feet to an alley 3 feet 5 inches wide; thence north parallel with st. Asaph Street the length of the first line; and thence west on Oronoco Street 80 feet to the begin? ning, together with the use of said alley. This ls very desirable property for a store of any kind. Second: All that lot of ground, with the buildings and improvements thereon, known as No. 518 Oronoco Street, and bounded and described as follows; Beginning at a point on the south aldo of Orouoco Street 83 foi Inches east of St. Asaph Street, aud running thence south parallel with St. Asaph Street and with the east line of an alley 3 feet ;"< Inches wide, 96 feet 7 inches; thence east parallel with Oronoco Street 10 feet 3 inches, moro or less; thenco north parallel with St. Asaph Street 96 feet 7 inches to Oronoco Street; and thence west on Oronoco Street 10 feet 3 inches, more or less, to tbe beginning, with the use of and right of way over said alley in common with others entitled thereto. Third: All that lot of ground, with Um buildings and improvements Mir non, known as No. 51G Oronoco Street, and bounded and described as lollows: Beginning at a point on the south side of Oronoco Street 93 feet 8 inches, more or less, cast of St. Aaaph Street, and running thence south parallel with St. Asaph Street 'JU feet ti Inches; thence oast parallel with Oronoco Street 14 feet 9 inches, more or less; thence north parallel with St. Asaph Street 96 feet ?; inches to Oronoco Street; and thence west on Oronoco Street 14 feel I Inches, more or less, to the be? ginning. Fourth: All that lot of ground with th i buildings and improvements thereon, in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, bounded according tua sur? vey made by E. C. Dunn, City Engi? neer of Alexandria, as follows, to wit: ? Beginniug at th-e intersection of the south side of Queen BtfJOOt with the east side of Washington Street, and running thence south on Wash? ington Street 97 feet 4 inches to Broder'a line; thence east with Bro der's line 138 feet 5 inches to a fence on the west line of the lot de? vised to W. H. Burke by Ann M. Fitz luigh, thence northwardly with said fence 66 feet 9 inches to another fence; thence westwardly with said fence 36 feet 6 inches; thence north? wardly 30 feet 3 inches to a peg and tack at the west corner of Burke's house on Queen Street; and thenco west on Queen Street 101 feet to a peg and tack, the beginning, the said peg and tack being 1 foot 6 inches east of the present fence on Wash? ington Street. This property is improved by the handsome dwelling house, No. 219 north Washington Street, and is one of tho most desirable pieces of resl dential property offered for sale in this city in recent years. Fifth: All that lot of ground with tho buildings and improvements thereon, situated on the south side of Queen Street, between St. Asaph and Washington Streets, known as Xo. 610 Queen Street, and bounded as follows, to-wlt: ? Beginning on the south side of Queen Street 100 feet 5 Inches east of Washington Street, and running thence south 30 feet; thence east 31 feet; thence south 64 feet 2 inches, more or less; thence east 16 feet 5 inches; thence north 94 feet 2 Inches to Queen Street; aad thence west on Queen Street 53 feet 5 Inches to the beginning. This ls a very desirable piece of residential property Sixth: That lot >if ground to the eastward of the property last above described, situated on the south side of Queen Street, between St. Asaph and Washington Streets, and bounded as follows, to-wit: ? Beginning on the south side of Queen Street 61 feet west of the southwest intersection of St. Asaph and Queen Streets; thence southerly 72 feet, more or less, to the property of William W. West; thence westerly 32 feet; and thence northerly 12 feet, more or less, to Queen Street; and thence easterly 32 feet to the be? ginning. Seventh: All that lot of ground in the County of Alexandria, Virginia, containing 6,600 square feet, more or less, and known as being lot No. 18, in Block No. 6, on the survey and plat of the North-west Alexandria Improvement Company, which said plat ls recorded in Liber M, No. 4, page 92, of the land records of the County of Alexandria. Terms of Sale:?One-third cash, and the balance in 6 and 12 months, the deferred payments to be evi? denced by the notes of the purcha? sers, bearing interest at 6 per cent, per annum, and the title to be re? tained until the purchase price is paid in full, or at the option of the purchasers, all cash may be paid. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchasers. JAS. R. CATON", GARDNER L. BOOTHE, Special Commissioners of Sale. I, Nevell S. Greenaway, Clerk of he Circuit Court of the City of Alex-1 indria, Virginia, do hereby certify hat Gardner L. Boothe, one of the ibove mentioned Special Commlssion *rs of Sale), has entered into bond sith approved security, in the pen? illy of fifteen thousand dollars, in iccordance with the requirements of he above mentioned decree. NEVELL S. GREENAWAY. Clerk. January 16th t. i. FLORIDA ORANGES, swee'; just receiv dby J. C. MILBURN. Fancy New Orleans MOL^SE?. 8Cc. . hoice Nsw Orleans MOLASSES. 60c, at I J, C. MJLBUBN'S. |* flenerai insurance Agency LAURENCE STABLER, Room No. 4, Burke _ Halbert Bldg. Tha companies n-preaeuted in this office hf-ve assets ot ever tlOO.OOO.OCO. Among tithers ara : Hartford Fire Insurance Ce. Liverpool A London & Globs, /Etna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire A Marine. Prompt attention given lo adjastmentr o' 'oases and ali ___m ixcnrxtad with iruror en*** ortt lyr BONDS are usually written the way tho Surety Company likes them written I write bonds to suit the applicant and the obligee. Do you see the difference? harrilTwhite Insurance and Bonding I', .'h Phones. Office IIB South Fair'az Street, Alexandria, Va. JEWELRY If you want a splendid Watch, Watch Chain, Fob, Neck Chain, Locket, Brooch, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pin, Bracelet, Hat Pin, Ring, Manicure Set, Toilet- Set, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver, Plated Ware, Spectacles, Eyeglasses, Clock, etc., visit our s'tore. JEWELERS. 106 North Royal Street. a ttl HER WHISKEY. HyBOTTLE ^+*/ $2.75 Per GaL r, ? tUO t ;? . ! ..3/_;.U-J OLD OVERHOLT, $2.75 Per Gal. Otu* Harlin r,ln ts atwolutrly pnr,?. m?.le r.- ? Ir-avfS? highly o-< uiuuit-ridod I Ol..'. Rt rut priest cn ni >. riiui.t Wit ___ instant tlrlWery. THE JOHN WEODERBURH CO. A] lls_H_Hll 616-613 F Street N. W. -~ WASHINGTON, D. C. ? ??? :7AS, B. nOOKF, I I GaRDSRR L. I'OOTflB. PBEfllDKjrT. I I Vice Pre*-: GEO. H. WAKFtFLD, OMI First Nations! Bank, Al.BXs.NDBU, VA, Designated Depository of thc United ritatee. OAPITAL ? ? 1100,0(1 WRPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PEOFJT8 .... #Tr35,0? DI rec tori: r*HAS. E. HOOFF, J. F. Mr IT!, 3. L. BOOTHE. M. B. HARLO v B. BARB. JB. Prompt attention given to all burri tem, Ire ?lading oolWtioni throughout ths VrMet }!???? mr,A Fnron6 ESTABLISHED V.bi BURKE& HERBERT Bankers, Modernly equipped for banking in Its yt ions branches. Deposits received subject to cheuk at sigh' "V-tlleotions made on all point*!. High-grade investment secarilies bought aid sold. Letters of Creiit and Foreign Exchange urn nibed. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. A Savings Department in which Interest !? tl lowed on dewitt.*_ VIRGINIA.?Tn the Clerk's fffir* of the Corporation ('our*, of the rity of Alexan? dria, on til" "th 'hiy of January, 1909. Nellie Piudar j vs > In chancery. Mervin Pindar I Memo. The object of ibis ?uit is to obt'in a divorce a vinculo matrinio' ii from the defend? ant, with tlc right to resume her rrn.ihn name/rf ,v, \o l'.*y>, rand tor g-uenl rrli-f It appearing by an affidavit filed in ibil esu'e thst tl -mn Pindar, it a non-re* Bl ita : It is Of. rleretl, That wi I defend mt appear bera with? in fifteen dava rifler due publication <>f thi*. inltr-, anti tlo stirrat it tmototorj to protett bis interests in this ault, and th it a copy o' ;his order be forthwith inferred in the Alana Iris (jazette, a rewspa*>er published in the ?ity of Alexandria, once a week fir 'our su. ? ?essive weeks, and poster) at the front door of ,he Court Honse of this oity. A rsetjy?Tl NEVKLL H. GREENAWAY, Herk. Charles BeBdheim, p. q. jv.12 ?4w-tu rll K anunadTi'ieetTiig'oT^ CHEMICALC '., Ins . ot Virginia, will ?sheldon Ta*glay, February 2nd 190-*. at 2 e clock noon, at the oi5ce of .fas. R. Caton, ll siuth Fairfax street, /leiandri t, Va., jr the election ol dir rtorS snd for the trans c'ion of r-uch oth-r business as miy legally onie Lefore said meeline CH AB t.Ei I>. SANDERSON, PresYent. jsnl.1 t'l kTOTICEOr I NND AL MK! IS',.-Tbt ^ annual rre"t'nu of the r>toeks<ohiert rf ie\VA-m w/l >N, ALEXANDRIA AND [T. VF.lt.VO.i RAILWAY CO ill be he'd ;t 3 o'th-e* p. m. TUESDtY, ehruary 9. 19; i*. at the olli I Of th I cowpan), l Mount Ve inn, Va. J 'U^ W. PIT TOCK, -e-retiry. j n25 tfe 8 rn k ND'li. i IPO IAT1 the bank,. ???ity of Alt v ... e,.->ar. 8, lU)t, at ll u'clock a. m. ES. jin25 td -et-retary. ?"HERR wi I he ? mating of the I o the > I MJB t s r.th.'. of borton A . rn , o*i WED ESDAY Febiusry i, 1MB. A lull atten ince is retj- e*t ?!. . L BOOTHE. Secretary. jso27td_ The fi'St minute afters fire itt rta is rae cst critical time, ani the "Colmar.h" Ex iguisher being always ready for me, makes u master of the situation, E. S, LEAD CATER A SONS, Ci K0OR>ELLF.? and stationer. START THE New Yean By Glint' your le'teri in aa "Excel* sior Box File," tbe strongest box file ever mi le tor the price weerier ibero. Made exclusively fur us. Older a single one, dozen cr -gross. We have them. S. F. DYSON & BR ROS Kf?C Go ST. fte il Tel* phone 27a._ AUC riON^bALET R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. Sale of Valuable Properly. IN THEriRcr-iTC iCRT OF ALEXAN 1 ANDRIA CITY. VH'.'ilN'IA. Ernest G. Chewing ) vs. > In chancery. Clara C. Mahood, et als.J Pu-suant *o a d-cree render?il in the ebove entitled cmite by th' 'i-nJmuftr) term, lit: 9, the un???.-rsijjne I Ct.mmlstlon rs nt s ile " it1, nt Doon ' n tl e i'll tl ty of February, 1 tr!>, In front rf he Market Iloa e tn Royal street, in lbs ('itv o' Alexandria, Via , oil r for s?le at purdie nut timi tn t crt-ui 1 tot eel of grru-ad. in the City ol' Aleut,tiri-, known as 3:? routh Waahiogt n strtH, of v. hi.-n thc late R T ChewnlDg died sela d. This property is improved by a lar^e brick dwi liing of e'ght roorns with good brink stthle at.d out bnlldiDB*, anti with a larg- fide yard, lonna of Bara?On*-third saab, ai msaindcrlo tv.oetju.il pryment-i ht three anti six months from nate of sale, deferred pay. menta to he evid ucel hy the purchaser's Interact beariog niteo and Btenredb etd ol trust opon be property; or all eir-h al tba option of the purchaser; a eaah deposit ol fifty dttllart to be made by the purchaser ou the day of asia, CHArL?.-?I.8IMMS, LFWH ll MACHEN. ( .n i tliotM r- ot I, Nev?H -?'. !??>': 0 tl S Or. enitCtM'.t of ihe t i-v i.f AlextBdria, Yir? ri ri fy t!i t Le Sis H. i, o: i oi the 11?? ve mi r 'i . iil Ct m nen ol fl ile, b sim id er ifa pproyei iecarity,1 e witb the re? bov? -meath oe t 'i. e*e *? '"':\ ELLS. GBEE! AWAY, Clerk. janis .1w_ PCB! IC kULE OF RAKER' PTS' PER RU .. " PERI Y. PBANT I tbe order cf the Fatted ? ? of < Irtrfoi-, I will, on SUTRDAY, if DAY OF FE<kU'RY, 1909. nt ck. no n, r-t the p'err.i-es. No. 120 S :utli Union s*t*eet, expo?e for sib- at poblic suction, 'h- Ml:.wing p-'itoral property of rican I uk lil ? Company t. wit: Dipping "?tebin*, esnier third to Ho r, I is, trucks. 40 rs, 3 ts bise, l lot of pinta t, l lot p a t, ; lr t print l t leva! >r and tents, Ioniser, sh nf inc and content-*, drill r, I cur-i tl Baw, bose, I glin i ?ads mory wheel, l ovVJi | na dy s galvanize! in n, I BsSBcbine pn punching prte<ee,I countert-l'-ifr I foot pre i, ?k, I desk ami 11'ic. flock, entire, ? ?tli-e (arni me in brth offie-s, I type* 2 j'tilv. ailis, rn furnace.t: pile drivn r bani m .-, I lot i bi d sal I, ISjngr, I forge, t iping snd two ti l hi j |j | lot boxes end roon - Una ibiA br end pa I smelters, e'c. Tense of "ale cash, n'ne of worer-ty to be I Iron i'r? ore urea u*>tii paid r'.r. (Uglied) CHARLES B?? DHEIM, TrntteS n Bankruptcy. j in'.'() td_s ___^_ John P. Robinson, Geo. 8. Fbkncij, President. Secretary, Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company. MAN OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fer. tilizer A Chemical Co.'s Products. Capaclt}: SO,000 tons per annum. Princess Street and Pt tom ac Rifer Wharf, Alexandra.Viririiii.i. W. G. Harvey, jr., I D. C. BlOBA-MOfi Pres't A Trias. Secretary. -TIIK Bryant Ferti lizer Co?n par, > Manufacturers of FERTILIZERS, FERTILIZING KATI*. RIALS. Pi'RE RAW BONE AND FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA . LAND PLASTER Office!: Burke and .Herbert's bank building. Fa: tory and Wharf: Foo; of De_u rm . Alexandria. Va OTTERBURN Lithia and Magnesia Springs WATER. Greatest known Water for Dys? pepsia, Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it ind testify to its great merit FBANK WABHELD, Drnggisl Pucwssor to WARFIELD A HA IL NE I-M 80LF.,A'.KNT. ?.?? r-Vifjx mi A p?'n?'? JL/E h**re thia day cooanll sted Um btnJ. *? ness of W. A. Sraoot A Cn. m i ? Co tiller tlie ti-in name of W. ft, ? 'o. hie. 'Hit- ie* c mpany will ns-un e bil four unexpirel rontr? t. nu I u.fi'le'rr ers ucl pun-liases. We want toexprSM Oaf ncerr-thanks to each and every OM of oar i stonon tat theirt-upport in tb- pat ?k fir t-.e new eonpaoy, uh- se mau igeuiei t made up exclusively of the mm from our rm , h ontinuan'-e Of tt.is support. Very Reope<*tfally, ki A. rMOOT, W. A. KMOOT, Jr.., t-a li "kt m ? . A "moot A Co. w. a . Bmoot, k , Irarling at -unor A fo. ? A'exandria ??"a. Daee-b r3l *, I90S. iant tl ?J. & H. AITCHISON," RACTICAL MACHINISTS AND KNCJ NEERS, ?And Buiideri of?? ARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINE; Bl ac kraal* run* aud Strain Fitting Eng! an' and Machinists' Supplies, an! mill work and that eoMnecte*! with brid -irk prorapiy execrated. Repairing pron r> lons. J. A H. AITCHESON, V.O Kit,*-strtvt. s|?T?n.'f1_ Vt, Reductions io RAISINS and CURRANTS Beet Seeded Raisins, 12c. Beet Cleaned mata, lQo For sale by /. 0. MILBURN, RAILROADS SOUTHERN RAILWAY Trains leaye Union Station Alexandria lu Eflect January 17th, 1919, N. B? Following schedule figures published only ru information, and are not gi>aranfr?d. 7:47 A M -Daily Local between Wattling ton sail Dasi $-07 a. M.?Oaily? Local for Han-inn* bnrg, and way stations, 8 33 A. M.-Daily? U. 8. Faet Mail. Stope only for passengers for points south at which scheduled to stop. Fir*'class coaches, sleep? ers to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep eis fo New Orleans. Dining car nerrie*. 4:27 P, M. Daily?Washington and Florid. limited. Weeping cars between New York, Aa gusta .' Jacksonville. Throngh t co chet between Wtshiogton and Jacks in, il-?. Dining car tervice. Tour itt to t tri-weekly. 4:32 P. M.?Week Days?Local for Har? risonburg and way stations on Manaasa branch. 6:12 P. M.-Daily?Local for Warrenton and Charlottesville. 10.27 P. M.?Daily?Washington end Ch*** truioogB Limited (ria Lynchburg}. Fi.t class coach and sleeping cr* rs to Roanoke Knoxville, Chattanooga aud Metnpbia. fUcep er to Birniin.r'.ham and New Oricrus, lt ington to Roanoke. Dining car servioe. 11:02 P. M.?Daily?New York and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, club and observation ca*-s to New Orleans. Sleep? ers to Asheville, Atlanta,in New Orleans. Sleeper to Charlotte. Di.un- car aervioe. Through trains Irom the South arr>fp - Al exandria6:13 aud 6:IS A. M. audjl:':'! P. M. 818, and 1023 P. Al. daily. Pa.r-sorr rg 12:08 P. M. week dave neel 9:1 P. M. daily. From Charlottesville 7:53 A. M. TRAINS ON BLDEMONT BRANCH. Leave Aleiandria (W. AO. Station 8:22 A M. ned 3 55 P. M. week cays, snd 4 ".< P. M. daily r l^iemont; 6:3;") P. M. weak days fer i tu har-*; |_| A. M. tn Sundays on v for Bivi niout. For detailed ul.edule figures, tickets, Pull* nan rttser/tttion, etc., apply to WILLIAM O. LEIIEW, Union Ticke Agent, Alcxsndna, Va. C. H. ACKERT, Vice Pres. and Om. Mgr 3. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. W. H. TAY LOK. Gen. Passenger Agent. L. S. BROWN, General Agent. _Washington, D. Cj_ Washington Southern Ry Schedule in effect Jan. 4th, 1909. Trains leave Union Station for v*??(-hin-?toB and pointe north at 802, 8 J.J atv 8 -3 c. m., 1 1, 230, 807.818, _id 1133 p. m., week ay? Sundays-S 23 and 8 32 a. m., 12 Ol, 8 07, 8 18 ?" ll So p. ra For Fredericksburg, Richmond and point* t.uth at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and If 33 e, m., fcPt, 117 (loci), and 7 63 p. m., week days, Sundays?4 37, 7 18, and 922 a. tm, 4 03. r. 17 tic el), nnd 752 p. m. Accommodation for Prodericksburg at 9 3S ?\. ni. week days. l'e-rji:?Time of arrivnls tu.d departure md connections not gu iran teed. W.P.iAYLOR. _Traf. Mer. YVawhilinton, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. LRAVB AI.RX AKDBU, For Washington, from xvnai Pnucu ano Riyal streets, week days, at f> 16, hld. o .0 8 45, 7 00, 7 10, 7 20, 7 35, 7 ho, 8 i 0, - : 6, 8 20, 8 SO, 8 50, ? IO, 9 30, 9 60, 10 10, 10 30, 10 50, ll 10, ll 25, ll 30, ll 60 ?? m.. 12 10. 13 SS, ):! .'to, 13 50, 1 10, 1 25. 1 :?/?, 150,2 10,2. ,1 10,3 25,3 40,4 10, 4 20, 4 20, 4.TS 4 60, 5 10, 6 20, 5 35, 6 45 ', 8 00, 8 Z-i, 9 00, 980, ll daya?7 00,7 35,8 10,8 30.8 JO, BOO, 9 20, 9 40, 100 , 1090, 1 10, 1100. ll 20 and ll iO m., ;2 00, 1330. 13 40, 110 1 30, l 40, 3 oo 2 10, I -10, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 Ol', 4 20, i W, 5 CO 5 30,6 4.1. 0 ? ', ?00 'ooo, SitO, I ' " *nJ ll W p.m. rot MOOBI VBRl-IOH. Leave Ale-uindn'.i for Mount VerBoa, weet days, 6 45, ri ..1196 125, 22?, 3 32, 118, 5 35, 7 05 rad H p. ra. Sundays?700, 8 30, 930. 10 ."O, ll V< a. m., , 1 16 p. m. SCilKIH l.E FOB ALKXANDP.IA CITY CAB. NORTH lK>r*N ll. Leave Perry Wlurf 8 16, I 41, 9 ' 1 35, 3 OS, 3 ; . 3 i>, i ,6 th, 6 30, 15, 8 16, 9 oo, 9 -top. aa. moVTSUOi Leave-pri.if; Park 8 05, 8 30, 8 55, 9 35, 10 10, 10 45, ll IO a. BO : 12 li, 1 2t?, 1 50 2 30. 3 15, I 60, I 30, 4 50, 5 30, 6 t'5_i' , 10 00 p. m. **TKAME!!N HAicYLAND, DELAWARE ANO V!_. 0INIA 0AU.WAY COMPANY. WINTER SCHEDULE, A StOAner rf This Line Will T>?*. ai?.2av dria on sud arter Dec inlier 29.19 8, Every MONDAY at 4:30 p. ut. ?'OR BALTIMORE AND au. THI in-liKL RIVER I ANDI Cuisine and appoint-i^nis oneurtsilled, Freight for Baltimore, Hhiladelrhla and ,'ew York Bolioite i and handled with care, Through rates ami bills of lading ir-aed. Mafia fare to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip, $3.60. ?-???iviius, om way, 'A.Stt, Meals. 60c, REARDON A GRIMES. Agents, _Font of Cameron street._ Washington and Potomac STEAMBOAT CO. Cameron Street Wharf The winter sehedii'e in eflect January 1, 190?, will bess folloera; 'Ibe siesmer Hurry Randall will leave Alemnilris Mond ys at 7 3t> a. ni fr.r river i.Hillings aa fir dr.wo as Nornini. "ti VVUl nesda 8ntl:30p m.ssfsrdown asO'ive*son's. On Saturdays at 7:30 a. m. at far down as Win's Schedule subject to title and weather and change without notice REARDON A GRIMED, Genera' Freight and Passenger Agents A lexandria. dec31 2m Main f'ffice, Wa>hio*.ton. nlJil.LUMt MAI KKI AU-, SMOOT & CO (Successor to J, Rector Smoot A Oft,) ma mum rn mm am. Manufacturers ol )OOR AND v .A HI'S, MOULD. I NUS, Ac. BALERS IN LUMBER, rfHiNGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and C-M-Nl No. 25 north Un ion street, Aleiandria, Va, * -mher Delivered t*no lo tho Mtv [ESTABLISHED 18_L] HESaT K. FIELD k CO. Successor! to JOSI AH H. D. SMOOT. .amber and Mill Work OF ALL KINDS. Jmer'Cement and Platter Otace and Yard 115 ff. Union ttroet Factory tSo. Ill N. Lee/ iSsa-VnWri'i P-':7erod K "*??? . ?. LEAWISiTtt & tm, CUiV.n \ Prwider.t. e Prerident, . M ..aw, KECA/JLiSilfcLt 1703. '\( IKOOajr-OKATJO).) Vholesale Druggists jnnr.inur lt .iotx. 0:1 . ?u^'isu' Fancy Ooodi _ I rte? ot Tc r.n Brashes, flair ra Oil, dtc. r John Lucas A Co.'j, Tisud -tea Paints, Masury't Liquid Colon and roe's Lead and Zinc Palate, roods shipped the day order ls rocolted, cations furnished by return ___ Cor. posdenoe rar>Mot t_st.