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^XA^RLA, VA. MOj^DAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22,1909, PRICE 2 CENTS Bl'AT. R4TATF. w Anrv r^ ? i ni v DRY GOODS. Twenty-nine Years of Splendid Progress. In celebrating tbe 29:b rear of the founding of out Wet es'a"?li?hoient, we realize that the passing ynt's lave been a gradual unfolding t four busintssenter pise each contributing lo tbe sturdy growth ol which this occasion is the per? fect folfil!m?nt. And it is but natural npon tbe rinrn of such an occasion to look back upon the past, to dwell upon the evolution of time, the changes wrought, the successes achieved, and to Cine fre:iogly aod apprecbt vely ofthose who have helped us to the consumma? tion of cherished hopes. With our achievements during the past ta>enty-ninej years all Alexandria fami 1 ar. Utfl*ggiog vigilance acid sirg'e nesa of purpose have a'teuJed each and erny pr,"pct, our one aim being to meet your eaats quickly, fully end economl tally. Your appreciative response to our < Hirts bas mads our business life a period of increasing prosperity. We wish to thank our ft rons ever/where for thoir liberal support, aisuring them tba', there shall b* oo diminution of our z?sl io (heir behalf. Ah on tbe first thor of the calendar j(ur, ao now, we renew oar resolutions tu develop the stire system to ti.e high en perfection?both ia tho buying and selling orgaolz tiona. Our business is built on inundations that will endure; the superstructure is remodeled from time t. time to snit the fluctuations of public taste, but tbe fundamental prin? ciples?honest merchandising, honest advtrtisicg, and strictly oue price?are as unchangeable ai the Ians of the Medea toil Persians. The variety and rragaitJde of our atocks, the facilities for plemct and aatisffiDs; inspection of tbe same, tbe ?rrompt sfr?ice, the excellent i< livery system, the anif.>rui courtesy and titi ciency of the store personnel, with tbe many d* vices tbat, unseen and unheard, contribute to tbe shopper's physical comf itt?these are features whose lia? bility was proven during the recent ex. tracrdicary holiday seas.n. B it we shall net rest here. Though opportunities for improvement appear *ith less ff qiencv than in tbe earlier years of our career, yet shall they find us aler; to ?ail] and develop them to tbe utmost ex eat. Apsin we thunk you, and shall strive to meir a continuance ol your favor. Our Twrnty-ninih IVnhc'ay will be sigoaliied by the cfit ring of very special values In the varlons departments. We consider this the most prsciical way to celebrate the occasion, aid we believe you will appreciate tbe opportunity ihus afforJed lo secure seasonable, useful, high-class merchandise ut decisive price reductions. Washington, D. C. 10tb,llth,R&a.Sts.,N.W. A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Bairn is quickly absorbed. Give* Relit! at Once. It elemi-- B, heals ami protects the diseased mem. fvane resulting from Catarrh and drive* away a Co ld in th'-Head quickly. ReRtore* the Bena te ol Taste und Smell. Full size f>0 cu. nt Druggist* or by mail. Liquid . Bain) i r ii- a iu atomizers 75 EU Brother*, 66 Wanna Btreet, New York. INDIGESTION? SIMMONS -vM REGULATOR DYSPEPSIA? p BB W ll \ IU !'Ol*. REST BY Al'CllON At ISo'eWk in , on faturdtv. March 6, 1909, in font of ihe Market Ruildiue, on Koral it ri S P18B WHARF ' tot tbs taralea t?elve wonthi. Tat teador v i 1 ie require.) i i furnish in ka? rand . y plataWM Miflirifi t to Ree. in All peteweyi uris', bc kept Open free I ret*tOf ti BJ distract than ? from the south front. No privilege l-ir tba rate ot liquors will lc k ranter! incon ? willi the laws of the city on tba aub I s nqiired lo mov? tue -. and none of it shall be ? tba river, I ba given at onre. bMawUI be cr.fw.terc* unless the Lil ib ll bc bootra ri voaeked for to the i ''?''' lo ** -ll bids 1b re All ail .-les landed rn ihe wharf for the ute OMlifi... I * . fr.. f.or-.i whartuse. Tonal: l'a?h. payable immediately after th ?. le l'y ?r<V: of the joint Committee om Public, CHAS. B, MARSHALL, "> i'l CtiairmMi PAM BLAS COCOAS HTS lae ule at he .jecnat J. C. MILBURN." 2Ui^nbna (Sazetfr. PUBLISHED DAILY AMD TBI-WUXLT AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 A 812 PRINC1 STREET. Tuan: Daily?1 year, $5:00 6 months 1*60: 3 months, $1-26; 1 month, 42 oasts: 1 week, 10 cent*. Tri-weekly?1 year, 88.00; 6 months, $1.60 8 months, 75 cents: 1 month, 25 cent*. Contract advertisers will not be allowed toei oeed their space unleu the excess ia paid for at transient rates, and under no circum? stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for. Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies ea* persona, unless of publio concern, will niy bo printed in tho paper aa advertiaa mente. Marriage and death noticea mutt be paid for tn advance. [Entered at the Poatoffioe of Alexandria, Vir ginis, aa teoond-class mittori RIOTING IN OMAHA. B.-nt on avenging the murder of Patrolman Edward Lowery, who wat shot Friday night by a Greek prisoner, mobs in sooth Oma'ia yesterday in ? series of riots, wrecked or burned nearly twoscore bnildings occupied by Greeks. Two boya aod a mau, members of the mobs, received gunshots wounds, and a di z?n rr more <'reeks were bsdly bra'en or injured by missiles med io smashing buildings. Io tbe first outbreak yesterday after noan 3,000 men and boys wrecked 30 buildings ia the Greek quarter, ard crea'ed a ti.it, during which two boya were wounded with birdshot, and a dczsn other persons were ir jared. Tbe riots followed a trass meeting at which two state legislators and aa at? torney harangued tbe crowd. The police were helpless for almost three boura to disperse tbe rioters, and Crreek residents and business men, with Ibeir wives and children, fled in panic from tbe quarter attacked, while the mob wreaked vengeance on property. The police gained control about 6 Relock, but were unable to disperse the crowd which thronged the streets in tbe juii'te r where tbs trouble occurred. Al 9 o'clock last night tbe mob attain began depredators and riots calls came in from several places. The mob set fire to tbe bouse of a Greek, and three men were taken from tbe place. After being severely beaten, two of them were put on a passing street car, while be othet was taken awty by a portion jf the mob who intended to put him on Sward an out going train. It is not known what wm done with him, The Ire department extiognished tbe blaze. FROM ALTAR TO ASYLUM. Within twenty-four hours of bis mar. iago to a well known young woman of Worcester, Maes., William W. ?argeut, forty-eight years old and a member of ? arge carr are manufacturing fl.rn, was committed Saturday to the MtLean in? sane asylum ct Waverly, Mais., st the request offals father, J. W. Sirgent. Tbe commitment wes made by Judge Lil? ley in the Worcester Probate Ooort, after a brief hearing. ?ft'gent, who was a widower, married Miss Augusta M. Hani! Friday noon, and tbe couple were making prepara? tions to Uave the city for fieir honey? moon when officers appeared and took Mr. Sargent into cat tody, alleging in? sanity. The bride was prostrated when she learned tbat her new husband's cind was supposed to lie affected. Bovtltal alienists examined Mr, Bat eent, and as the result of their repor Judge Utley ordered his commitment to tbe asylum. He nat taken lhere later in tbe day. ASSAULTED WOMAN AND HUS BAND. With two detectives within a few feet and hundreds of people passing, Lee Beckman sprang from behind a peat in Dayton, Ohio, about nine o'clock la>t nieht, and threw hit arm* around Mn. Mary L. Hynd io an attempt t3 dr-g ber into an alley. Tbe woman was ac? companied by ber bus! and, who seized tbe awaiUnt and received a blow io tbe 'ace which knocked him down. S ill atrngglirg with the screaming woman, tbe men waa placed under arrest by ?be detectives and ii charged with atsaalt sod battery. Even while beirg searched at the station house the prisoner landed a daggering blow on one of the officers ?nd was clubbed into submission. The sault attracted a crowd of several hun? dred pet pie, who, when they learned what bad occurred, were in a frenzy of anger and it was with difficulty that the officers were able to get their prisoner to 'he station house. List of Unclaimed Letters. The following isa list of the letters remain ins in the Alexandria, Va., postoffice up to February 20, ISO'.': Ashley, M DT A, lVrry, Id* B-ick Haven Pry toa, C P Brown. J, faa Pinknty, Camilla Hy!,.., William Robertaon, Baloice Carrier, Rosa Beti, Libbv Da*i", W L Stmnpn, Kobari Qerbauser, john Swift, Row I H Taylor, Mrs Virginia Karbynsky. Frank Thomas, A O Mason. Rebecca Tolbert, C P Mooro, Mr* Rote (3) TyW, Harrv Moeley.Cn White, Mw Jsmcs C Mu t-, Jack Wilkins, Howard Pearson, tharah C Williams, (* Prjck Young. Lull /.imn'fnnan, M fl THOMAS BURROUGHS, P. M. WANTED. WANTKD.-FLOOti" SPACE, with or ** without powtr; tHU aize; t-rnia of lea'e. ef. Adores O H. H. Apartment Wl.tfJK ttr??t torthwest, Washirgon, D.C. _frhID 3i? FIR RENT.-BRICK DWELLING 129 north 8t. As?rh street, 12rooms; modern rrnvenienee*; excellent boarding hoote; ctn v< nient to two glass factories, Portner's Brew? ery, Po'om*c yards, etc.. Apply to ED- ! WARD V'lNN A 80N8, corner St. Asaph and ?rono?:.'> at-eets._febI9 1w "TWO COMMINIC1TINQ ROOM* for * rent, with board. Apply at 517 Came-, ron siren. febl9 lw* * irgeons' Rubber Gloves E. S. LEADKEATF.R A SONS. , 8AN BLAS COCOANDT8 just received ?>? J, C. MILBURN. I DRY GOOD* DAYS 4 DAYS A SALE ZL OF * House gs Specially arranged for Inauguration Supplies. Sheets, Sheetings Blankets, Comforts rable Linens, Towels, Napkins, Etc Saturday Monday Tuesday -o Wednesday February 20,22,23 ?"24 Ibtched yhretinc, one o'tbe very Ik it brande. KM, SI.: value, at. 25c (leached Shotting, aar.ir qnalitv. 9-4, at 2,tc tleach*d She* tinjr, same quality, ???' at Ste rery heavy 10 4 Bro? n Sheeting st. 23c 5-inrh Bleached Pillow Casing al . lj'c icidy-niade Pil'ow Caa**. ldc 2?9u FxtraGro'l 1'1-ncl >? I She m. . 35c lohawk Bleachel t-heK?. 59c 'xtra large Hnrk Towels. Ita val,e. at. 12"c. Ee Hank Towela to*. 10c HI Linen Dione' Napkin*.''He dozen ui Iiletchf.1 TurkMi Towels. 19c ? vlied Turkish Towel*. . 12je 'leached Table Linens. 72 inches wide, H.(0to|1.2'< valtiea, for._. Vic Beached Tibia Lin*n, Tl inch, at. 19,: '.98 White Wrol ?"'ankers, at. %1 9* -,.03 White Wool Blanket*, al. %S 98 1 oO Bed Comforts for. i io Bed Cnmfoitifor._. $t.l I CO White Spreade for. .1.25 White i-prrads for. . Mt .1.98 lace Cnrtaiua for. UM ^eadv-niide Mantle Prajeiie-. 2ic applique Scarfo and She nu. 19c 'own Linen Drawn Woik Center Pieces. 19c ll o AND 316 KING STREET. BELL'PHONE. HOME'PHfUJE Hoi Lunch 114 North Fairfax Street Excellent line of Wines-Liquors-Cigars IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC. Select Oysters ON THE HALF SHELL Our Liquors and Cigars are thc best obtainable Bannisvillc $l %$*$?*? Sherwood $l PER FULl QUART PER PUL OUART BOUSE FURNISHINGS ! SPECIAL J a a ? in ? j FOLDING J ? GO-CARTS ? ? To close out a few patterns 4* of a limited number. ? ? . i t> folding go-cart. WOOD 4 + BODi a v $2 WAS $3. i ?> FOLDING CO-CART NICKEL 4 ? TRIMMED < ? $6 50 WAS $9 4 ? FOLDING GO-CART, BLACK 4 ? TRIMMED 4 ? $6 WAS $8.50 * ? FOLDING (JO-CART. WITH I ? HOOD 4 ? $5 75 WAS $7. J STILL-GEAR CO-CART. 1 ? WOOD 4 ? $1.35 WAS $1.90. J ? 0-0-0 J M. RUBEN & SONS, J ? 601 KING STREET t????????????????1 J M. 1 X?> Closed after 1 p. ru., today. Sliower-Proof Foulards The *e*aon'* moM w?ntel Silk* io eil the ne wm ali.i/Ui for sprint-. These Silks are made by tbe fmiou? Cbeney Bro*. Th* color* arc perfect a nd the fabric* the beat that can be mad 85c and $1.00 a yard. The new In.lro U'-.nah P. c?;ev. in all th* newest and and fashionable aha.'- <T I fifi 27 in.'he* (fiat.h? I ?UU 19-inch Liberty 8?lin, in all n.wand want? ed aliade*; all nure silt aud a Tte COr value for. OTT*. M-here *H pure silk Rlaek linchaat: ant and hitch ly liuiahed; a $1.39 value at 1 Qm 27-in'h Bon ah Pona;?e; all new and want? ed shade ; all pore .ilk tud a 75c CQr value, for. *"?"??, U-inch Mesaaline. iu all new relora; CQ/~ all pure silk and a 76c value, for.OVL 3t>inch all par* Mik Black Pirertoir* Mewiline; toft, lu?troas, and icr- at 1 l\(\ ftctly fi ji*bed; a $IJI value f..r . .p I .V V Unsburgk&Brii WAr-UINQTON. D.C. Ie I /."\ ma For Rent. 607 N rth Ojlambcu itrett, 6-.... $18 00 326 ?k;u'h Pitt street, 6r .$17 00 423 Sioth WaahiDgton street, Qt $16 00 418 Sioth Pitt street, 7r.$12 00 132 North Pa?oe, 5-.$ 9 00 809 Mtdiaon street, 4'.$ 6 50 811 Madison street, 4r.$ 6 50 818 Madlton street, 4'.$ 6 50 103 Prince street, fir.$ 6 00 - .uth Patrick street, 5r.$ 6 00 510 North Golambns street, 6- . $ 7 00 $11 North Columbus stree*, fi: . $ 7 OO 111 ?'riu'h Union sireet, 6 .$ 8 00 11$ Suth Uniou st eel, Cr.$ 8 00 Rooms 206 Klug street, including watir.$ 4 50 Two nice 5-room apartments at Tbe Colonial.$22 00 M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., Ul Sooth fairfax Street, Alexandria Vi CIGAR-*. AW0RLD0FS1H0KERS testify to the splendid brands we manufacture, end their requests to retailers and jobbers for our goods ProvethatQuality and price are all that one can ask for. We know that we intend to keep right on using good tobac? co, having good workers, and turning out good cigars, to we ask you to keep right on buying from us till we hand you poor stuff. ? ? ^>****Sa> Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET. ??????????????????????????$??$o$$$? I YOUR PROPERTIES QUICKLY RENTED f INQUIRIES for good properties to rent ar* made of us daily. Renters living in our own city are always anxious to move into better and more modern prop? erties: new families contemplating moving to this city write us for good locations. 90 per cent of renters apply to this office f ot houses, and there's a reason. We handle more Property than any other agent in the city. VV/F- have many more opportunities to rent your v* property to responsible parties than you do. We collect rents promptly and carefully look after repairs List your vacant houses here Room 3, Alexandria National Bank Building, King and Royall Streets. Both 'Phones. < \M.\ t.MUtl \, VIKC'INIA. OFFIUER8.: President, Vice President, Edward L. Dalnferfleld. Carroll Pierce. Richard M. Oreen. Cashier. E. E, Payne, Aist. Cashier, DIRECTORS| Edward L. Dalaterfleld J. C. Smoot. J. Vf. Koberts. Worth rfalflsfa. Correll Pierce. M. A. Ahern. Urban S. Lambert, Kixn m E*. liabilities. Loans . . . . ' $613,204 26 Capital.$ls50,$?0 00 U. S. Bonds to se- Surplus .... 5$,000 oo 100,00000 Undivided Profits 63,7884s cure circulation . Bonds to secure U S. Deposit Other Monds and Stocks . ? ? Banking House fit Real Estate . . Cash . . 46,13(,96 Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 131,726.62 Circulation ? 42,000.00; Deposits . . U. S. Deposit 32,00148 S2.856.97 99,20000 664,934.84 40,000,00 $1,017,923 29 We invite the accounts of individuals, firms and corpo? rations. Investment securities ,T6ut7 cfc a specialty. Interest paid in ___ .__ ; our Savings Department. $1,017,923.29 j WHEN YOU GO TO MARKET TO-MORROW-REMEMBER IF VOL' WAN'I A ROAST OF BEEF Goto f IF YOI IV ANT A ROAM OF VEAL Go to AARON ODELL ? Go to STALLS 48 and 49 IF YOU A IF YOU a IK*! OL A ? \V \*\ 1 # WANT f Want YourJ rn Home Made I Home-Killed A MONEY S ? s.\l S\GE J MEATS Go to City Market ? WORTH Go to Fairfax Street Entrance I LUKU F WHISKY FOR F Recommended by Physician $1.00 Per 1 FMMA-fO.,! Sold By AH Firstclais Dealers LOW EN I 1(5 THE PLACE "%/L/< TO GET VV$ The Best Medicinal Whisk: on the Market. Millie Is the quality sort that appeals discriminating as to the m< It's pure, sweet and appen; It Has A I For years Midland lintier has been to Alex WE SOLICIT YOLT Edward Qui Cor St. Asaph an The Bent cl I'.very! flin;: Handcraft Stains. (Sherwin-Williamt) For use in furnishing in? terior woodwork, fine furniture, etc. 55c the pint. Taylor's Pharmacy, Both Phones. Night Bell. 6r6 King Street. BLOCH'S Cream Puffs Jn ihe happy be-rderland between Ctke and Pastry you t tday rind Bf,Of H\S.< BLYM PU PF! with their bravo, Indar | TOtl and gecerom filling of rich whip: ed cream. They are as appropriate tad pojular a des rert for (lintier ts for an ?<Mi tioQ to the luncheon or supper Utile. (il:lK uk Street Both 'Hhoneai_ WINES AND LJQJ ? ?!?. Enjoy a'Qulet Little Mea! at the I'leiachmanu is a pleasant ex? perience for those who appreciate ar? tistic cooking, good service and polite treatment. We have everything in tea ton?fresh, appetizing anti well cooked ?and our prices are a* low as if you had it cooked at your own home. Try some of our soups, or one of our fine porterhouse steaks or our oysters. Fieischmann's. HOOK-ELI i \HONER. Jost Between Ourselves. The writing paper we carry in stock ia the hett procurable for social correspondence. Dyson's Book Store, m ICING RellTeWpi CAPE COD CHAN Bli Kl. i tS lor m'e at 10c quart by J. C. M1LUUKK. AlKr/\A AMILY TRADE sf foi its Medicinal Qualities. ~ull Quart. i SOLE * 423 I PROPRIETORS I KING ST. :_Both 'phones. The Wagons We Sell Are strictly 6rat clara in fvrry particu? lar. Experience bat taoght ut tbat to pav a tew dollars mare and g*t the BEST is the moit economical war to supply our need*, and we are not differ? ent from other loir; theo when you buy a wagon why not get the btu: Oar '.Vebcr Farm Waeons can't be beat. Tbey are strictly puarnnteed, aa ls alto every bind ol farming implements we h?ndle. /TYERS BROTHERS 115 North Pitt Street. ""% A s~* W W The Fam "5 A La ri Hy Liquor -*l *^** M Store akefield r 1 King and Alfred _J_^TRFRTS_ THE PURE FOOD STORE. er 35c Pound to those who are particularly Tits of thc butter they buy. 'lng Reputation recognised as thc best that comes andria. I BUTTER TRADE. inn & 5on5, d Oronoco Streets_ I AOBIOULTUBAL. Johk r. Robinson, Gro. S. French, President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer aod Chemical Company. MA aa CFACTURKBflSOP Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. Ask yonr Healer for the Alexandria Ker tilizer et Chemical Co.'s Products. Capacity: SO,ooo tutu per annum. Princess St rea-1 and Pclouiae I'iver Wharf*,* Alexandria.Virginia. W. (j. IlAKVKY, JR., I D. C. Rlt'HARJ>.S(? Pres t & Treas. Secretary. -THIS Bryan t Fert i lizer Company Manufacturers of FERTILIZERS. FERTILIZING IIATK. RIALS, PURR RAW BONE ANO FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA I LAND PLASTER Office': Burke surd Herbert's bank building. Factory and Wharf: Foot of Duke Bataan _Alexanii ri a. Va_ RICHARD B. WATTLES NaurorAOTtrsni ok FERTILIZERS OmOl AND STORKS: 116-117 af. 1'OVAL ST, Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri? cultural Implements. Vehicles, Harness, Field and Garden Seeds. WABtHOOSaa, koi'th inion kirk kt, on I.I.NEOK SdlTUKK.v RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay. Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed V.'.'i al^ayiketpinitock tbe highest grade of tbene-article*. nov5 lr A Slash AND CUT Clothing and Gents9 Furnishings o -o-o 25 Per Cent Off All Suits, Over coats, Raincoats, Trousers and Paney Vesta. $2 Field Special Shirts Now $1.39. $1 50 Field Special Shirts Now $1.15. $1 Monarch Fancy Shirts Now 79c. 75c Fancy Shirts now 49c Now is your chance to replen? ish your wardrobe at slight cost. t-c-o I Lee Clothier and Gents'Furnisher 612 King Street. ? nfler a brr . ind th? "Columbi*" Ix tioKuivbtr l.-eii>E al*ayt ready for atc. you aiarntr of thc situation. E, tt. LLAD BEATER A SONS.