XlBXANDRIA, VA. TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 23, 1909,
PRICE 2 CEN TS
Th's is onr Anniversary Week, the
cf lebrstian of which began M inday and
wi>l continue nil the week.
It is a subs'ni tia] celebration, ns well
ai a sentiment'1 one. Every section of
the store hss been f>r weeks |irefuriog
fe r ihe event, and every dar there will
be special rpporiunities to secari new,
fresh, desirable merchandise at under*
Men's Clothing Dept.
Men's Hand-ta'lored Fancy VeaU. of
fine foreign and domestic worsteds, fien
nele, and novelty cr ten 'abrics, made
iojtbe new five-button single-breasted
model. All are fitteJ over t,e hips and
ure the equal in style, tit, and finish of
the best. 8Ss? 34 to 12.
AsxivKi:<Aitv I'p.n i:,
$2 85 each. Values up to 18.00.
Main fl jo:- I0ls.ll
Colored Dress Goods.
42-inch Trench Voiles.in plain sbadea
of tavy blue, gray blue, tao, mode,
brown, and red; also aeif-colored checks
and rich plaids and stripes. This is one
of the beat valu a we have offered In
d-rsi materials, aud being a popular
light-weight fabric will be much in evi?
dence this spring.
AaTsTIVBaalASY Pl'.l< Lt,
Mic a yr ri. Value, $1.00.
Second floor?O st.
Cotton Dress Goods.
Imported Scotch <<ingbams, in pick,
blue, unJ black strlpea, black and white
plaid., and ahfpherd's checks, suitable
for children's dresses, women's home
aud street dresses, Ac. The cnlorirgs
and designs of these fabrics clocely re*
aemble the high-grade Sketch goods.
A \MVKI:-.\i'.Y 1'llK V,
ir>c a yard. Value, tot.
Second llxir?F rt.
NOTE -Mail orders will be filled for
tbe Auniversary Specials as lon:; as tbe
goods hold out. While ipantiuea are
gMierons in all department, would ad?
vise your t r 1-rinfr at once to avoid pos?
sible delays and disappointments,
Washington, D. C.
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm
is quick ly absorbed.
Ci?ea Relief at Once.
I sc KitllOS,
heals and plot feta
the diseased iu.-m
I' itarrh and drives
avayaCold in trie Head tiulckly. ll
the Benseaol Taste and smell Full sir..
. at Druggists or hy mnil. Liquid
i Halm i\>r uso in atomizers 7.r>
1*1 v Brothers, 56 Warna Street, New York.
lin first minute after a brr starla is tli ?
i?o*t critical lime, sui the "Columbi*" Ex
Har beiaf always mali for u?e. rusk rs
too Bsas'trol the aituation. E. 8. LEAD
BEATER A SONS.
Fanr-y Kew Orleans MOLVSSE-1, 60c.
cloie* Neat Orleana MOLA8S8's*, f>Oc. al
_ J <*. MlI.P.!
'vap-uatt-l IVtrhes and
Apricots for tale at 12c per p^und hv
_.L**1, Ml ll,QRK.
eUN BLAS COCO AN UTS for sale at 5c
mo ai J. C. MILBURN*.
PUBLT8HKD DAILY AICD TBI-WXEXLT AT
GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 A 313 PRINCE
Tibmb: Daily?l rear, $6:00 0 month a
$2:50: 3 months, $1:26; 1 month, 43 cents;
1 week. 10 cents.
Trl-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60
S months, 76 cents: 1 month, 25 cents.
Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex?
ceed their space unless tbe excess ls paid for
at tranaieDt rates, and nuder no circom
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, reaolutions adopted by societies
er persons, unless of public concern, will
nly be printed in the paper aa advertise?
Marriage and death notices most be paid for
[Entered at the Postoffice of Alsxandrla, Vb
ninia, as second-class matter.1
THE CARMAOK TRIAL.
Court adjourned at Nashville, Tenn.,
yesterday in the midst of tbe crott-ex
aminstion of John D. Sa rp, codefend
ant with Gol. Duncan Cooper aud Robin
Cooper, now on trial for tbe slaving of
formsr United 8'atss Sjnator Edward
W. Car mack.
Robin Cooper, undera bitter cross ex?
amination of nearly four boor-, beld bis
own. He was always cool, careful, ai h
an indication to be fsir. The ooly
other witness of the day aaa Saarp, who
told bis story under direct examination.
Then he was turned over to Attorney
General Guner, whose cross-exam'ca?
tion is of the rapiedlire variety. John
Sharp is a man of high temper and Gar
ner soon bal him beside himself. He
contradicted himself on many minrr
details, but never on the more impor?
(lace he got on dangerous ground. On
direct examination S-iarp swore that be
saw tbe killing and that "Car-Back fell
after Robin Cooper had fired (bree
times." Gae of tbe bullet wounds, a
necessarily fatal one, pierced the rena
tor's neck within one-sixteenth of aa
inch of the spinal cord and came out un?
der the tongue. As Sharp swore tba)
OsrrcHck was facing young Cooper, a:n -
ing a revolver at him, this wound would
be imposable to recoicile with tbe state?
ment. Go cross-exsmination Siarp
-aid, however, tbat Osrcnack turned hia
head jast as tbe second shot was fired
He did not explain bow the senator
could turo bis head far econgh to per?
mit the ball to enter the medium line of
the neck on a s'raipht line.
KS0APE3 KRGM 8LEEPIN< -
Af er having been safely conveyed
3,OOO miles from Oregon, where he was
captured, to face a charge of murder in
Scott county, Dave Meade escaped from
two guards at Appalachia, at an early
hour yesterday morning.
After reaching Appalachia, which
was almost their destination, the party
went to a hotel to rest and wait for a
train to G*te City, where Meade wat to
be placed in jail.
The prisoner was bound by bandco.fi-,
fas'ened to the arm of one of the officers,
and bis feet manacled. The officers
then went to sleep. Meade took tbe
keys from the pocket of a guard, unlock?
ed tbe iaodcull*, and freed his feet. He
then lobbed both guards of their pistols,
all of their money and watches, and fled.
He bas not so far been beard (rom.
M ade is charged with having mur?
dered three members of a family in
Baot! county, and had been at large for
some years. He was apprehend.d at
gnat expense after a big reward bad
been offered. Governor Swanson, o'
Virginia, made a requisition on the
governor of Oregon, and procured bi*
GUIS CHILDREN'S THROATS.
Hans R. Hanson, a farmer living
near Sturo, Wis., cut the throats of his
four children, a boy and three girls,
whose ages rarge from 5 to 1 6 years,yes?
terday with a butcher knife. After
killing bis children, Hanson went to the
barn and stabbed several horses, cows,
calves and pigs and killed a cat. He
then poured paris green in the hogs
trough Then, having poured kerosene
about the house and barn aud set fire to
the building', Haoson drew a sharp
knife across his own throat, The con?
flagration brought neighbors to tbe
scene, They found Hanson hanging
out of a window through tbe glass of
which he had fallen after cutting his
throat. He was palled out of the burn?
ing building, but he died in a few min?
utes without saying a word. Hanson
afended church Sundar with bis foor
children and nothing was noticed in his
actions. He was an inmate of au asy?
lum about 12 years ag?, but was rd a?ed
af .er a shci t t n.e. Hanson eas a wid?
GUARDED BY MARINES.
Gnarled by a detschmentment of
Coiled States marines with fixed bayo?
nets, Eastman Spears, colored, wbo
killed Ernest Merlins, a yenng white
boy, yesterday afternoon, was removed
early last night from Pensacola to tbe
Mertins, who was 1 "> years old, waa
struck on the temple with a rick and
killed. Some white and negro boys were
fighting near Palafux wharf, and Spear.-,
who was not engaged in the fight, picked
up a rock and burled it at the while
boys, missing them nod striking Mer?
tins, wh'i was s'aiding on the wharf
awaiting the return of a pa ade.
Officer* captured Sprars aud took him
to jail. The police dispersed a small
mob at the ja 1, but after darkness fell,
however, crowds began gathering again,
and tbe prisoner was removed to the
navy yard for safe keeping.
For Tbat Terrible Itching.
Eczema, tetter and salt rheum kerf
their victims in perpetual torment. Thc
application nf Chamberlain's Salve win
instantly allay this itching, aod man)
cases hsre been cared by is nse. Foi
sale by W. F. Creight: n & Co., am.
It it sta'ed thst since the reported
acquirement of the Chesapeake and
Ohio Kaile av by the Standard Oil Co.,
a aurvey of the route from Grange to
Washington via Fredericksburg and al?
to from Doawell to Washln^m via
Fredericksburg will be ttut'd a few
days. This may mean the building of
a new road to Washington from D. s
well or the aquirement of the Narrow
Gi?.'ige and the building of a rr a i to
Waihiogtoo with connection witi the
main lina* of tbe 0. A 0 at G ml lin?
ville ?[Girdonsville Gazefe;
4 DAYS A
Specially arranged for
February 20,22,23 --24
Bl.-'cViel Sheeting, CMC o'the Vcr\
brands 10- J, :ilc v\\u-, al. 25c
lt lear h eil Sheeting, stn e . j ? a ility. M, st '/'.ic.
Bleachail .MiNtiiiir, asm** ?iu?lity, *? I at 2lc
very he??y 10 4 Rm D sheeting el. 2-tc
45-iaeh B'eaehed Pill .w Casi og u . 12Jo
I.e ldy-msde I'il ow Cas-a . It
Msw Kum G,oi Blaaefce. Bbc H. Ht
Mohavk B'eaehel i-'ie?t<. Ile
Kxtva larfC Hnrk Towel*, I0J val *. at 12'c
IfcUoek Towels fe'. 10c
i'll Linen Birrie Napkin*.98 ? dozen
.'"-?? R'e'.rl.el TurkUhTowtla.
IV Blear-bed Turkish Tn?->la. 124;
Hleiehed Table Unana. 72 inches wi ie,
n.tOtotl.fl* values, for.
Bl?.clit-I Table I l"?B, li inch, Ht.
$'.!?< White Wot 1 B aoketa, at. $2 H
White Wool Blankets, at. $-1 lal
fl (10 Roil Comforts for.
ll mi Bad C imtott. fir_. |l |?
|1 (0 White 61.reade 'or.
$1.26 White Spreads for. Nt
$1.98 lace Curtains for. .
Fesdv-iinde Mantle Drajerie-. 2k"
Applique .Si'Srf. and Sham.. 19e
1'nirn Linen Drawn Work Center
316 KING STREET.
BELL 'PHONE. HOME 'PHONE
Id OUSE FURNISHINGS
? IN .
? FOLDING ?
| GO=CARTS |
? To close out a few patterns 4
? of ? limited mimlicr. 4
A FOI.D1NC, (.O-CART. WOOD A
4 BODY a
? $2 WAS $3. }
A FOLDING GO-CART NICKEL 4
ty TKIMMI I) J
? $6 50 WAS $9 4
4 FOLDING GO-CART, BLACK 4
4 TRIMMED 4
4 $6WAS $8.M) i
4 FOLDING GO-CART, W|TH 4
4 HOOD 4
? $5 75 WAS $7. ?
J STU I.*<;f..\k CO-CART, *j
4 WOOD v
? $1.35 WAS $1.90. J
4 0-0-0 v
J I. RUBEN & SONS, J
? 641 KING STREET
Extraordinary Bargains in
$1.72 Phalanx Black $1 IQ
Taffeta . . . <P*?17
5 p'eces more of tbe larnoo* ''Phalanx''
TatMa; piaitively warrsntwi to wear; all
pnreailk;:'5in. wide, and $1.76 Cl IQ
$1.39 36-inch Black Cl Aft
Messaline . . . vi-Vu
a, Bl.iok Me .aime DireetoBe: rofl and
hiKblv fini'herl; all pure ailk.aLil Cl AA
a$1.39valae, for. ?P * <W
$1.25 35-inch Black 0Cr
Taffeta . . . ?^;
r piece. Black; all nure ailk: warr ?ted
io weerite tn wn!e. 4 ll 2S valet, Q Cn
$1.39 36-inch Satin
."fi-in. Black Satin Paratea; lustres and
f.efJjr wotto; all pure ailk. A at I AA
507 N* rth Cjlumbus street, <3-.... $18 00
826 South Pitt street, fir .$17 On
423 S/Qth Watbirf4too street, 6r fifi 00
418 3 roth Pitt street, lt.$12 00
132 North Payne, V.$ 9 00
?Soy Madison etresr, 4-.$ 6 fiO
811 Madison street. 4r.%
813 Malison street, 4-.$ 6 50
103 Prince street, 6r.$ 6 00
mth Patrick atriet, 5r.$ 6 00
510 North Columbus street, 6-... $ 7 00
614 North Columbus stree*, ri-.. $ 7 00
111 South Union a'reet, fir.$ 8 00
Ul 8 iuth Uoion it-eet, 6r.t 8 00
Kooma 206 KT'ug street, includiog
water.$ 4 50
Two nice 5-room tpartmtnls tt
M. B. Harlow
& Co., Inc.,
Ut Sooth fairfax Street,
I YOUR PROPERTIES QUICKLY RENTED |
INQUIRIES for good properties to rent are 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 fr
houses, and there's a reason. We handle
more Property than any other agent in the
\1/E have many more opportunities to rent your
v* property to responsible parlies 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. *
President, Vice President,
rid ward L. Oalajerlleld. Carroll Pierce.
Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. E. F, Payne. Atst. Cashier.
edward L. Delnrerfield
J. C. Smoot. J. w. Roberts.
Worth Human. Carroll Pierce.
M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert,
KI'Mot'Ri I:*. I.IARIIJTIES.
Loans . . . . ' 1613,204 26! Capital.f 100,00000
U. 8. Bonds to se- I Surplus .... 50,000 00
100,01)0.00 j Undivided Profits 63.788.4S
Circulation . . . 99,200.00
42,000."0 Deposits ... 664.v34.84
IU. S. Deposit . . 40,000,00
cure circulation .
Bonds to secure U.
Other Monds and
Stocks . . .
Banking House &
Real Estate . .
Cash . . 46,13 .06
Agents . 131,726.62
We invite the accounts of
individuals, firms and corpo?
rations Investment securities
I ~8 v-r w ' a specialty. Interest paid in
_'_"" _ _ our Savings Department
$1,017 -/23.2v |
114 North Fairfax Street
Lxceller.t linc of H^
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
ON THE HALF SHELL
Our Liquors and Cigars are thc
Hannisvillc ?' H&EH
Sherwood ?? fe?-1
Alabaatior. the <uui try nail finish, can be
snDlit'd l>v aoTona
Seductions ia BAISIN8 and CUBRANTH
?Bett Seeded , Raisins, 13c. Beat Cleaned
Crraeta.lOa Fear aeWy p ^ ^^
NEW RAISINS. CURRANTS aud APRI
COTS just rt^ftib, JiCtMILBUEK|
Th*;iW>8t: of Kvprvthlnjc
For use in furnishing in?
terior woodwork, fine
55c the pint.
Both Pnonea. Night Bell.
616 King Street.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
MANt'FAOTI RF.K OK
Office airs Storm: iifi-n7 N. Poyal St.
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri?
cultural Implements, Vehicles.
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WARtnorsKS, sotTH rxiox strf.ict, or
MUK OF SOUTH IM RAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay. Straw and
AH Kinds of Mill Feed
Will al wars keep In stock the highest grad*
cf these articles. dovS ly
"CAPE COD CRANBEBRIE8 for n's at
Oe quart br J. C. MILBURN.
WHISKY FOR FAMILY TRADE
Recommended-by Physiciansf foi its Medicinal Qualities.
$1.00 Per Full Quart.
f il RM A & ( 0., t PROPRIETORS J KING ST.
Sold By All Fir/-t-cla?s Dealers:
The Wagons We Sell
Are strictlj 6rtt clast in evrry part cu
lar. Experience lat taught us thai lo
j .nv a fear do'ara mare tod g<t tbe
BEST ia the mo?t economics! whv to
?upply oar needs ?t>d we urt* nt differ
rrt from other f ilk; thea when vu bf/
s wagon wbj not get the bon1 Our
Wfber Furm Wapot can't be beat.
They are strictly puarantfed, as is also
every kind o( 'arming implements we
115 Nnrth Pitt Street.
IS THE PLACE
The Best Medicinal Whisky
on the Market.
Kino; and Alfred
Is the quality sort that appeals
discriminating as to the rm
It's pure, sweet and appcti;
It Has A I
For years Midland Butter has been
WE SOLICIT YOUR
Cor St. Asaph an
The Titus S wing Ma?
chine darning attachment
will be demonstrated in
our store all this week
Every Home Needs Ooe
More and better darning
can be done with the Titus
Darner in five minutes than
in an hour by hand; can
be used for darning stock?
ings, lace curtains, table
linens and underwear.
This attachment can be
used on any two-thread
machine Come in and
see ths wonderful little
time saver skillfully dem?
Also see the demonstra?
tion of the Surety Belt
Buckle; a valuable inven?
tion of great importance
and convenience to every
[woman. See it demon
! strated in our store all this
_uoiStiQ Gordon's Mi-?"iri IJ
coredL for sale by J. C. MIL B (JU S
THE PURR FOOD STORR.
>r 35c Pound
to those who are particularly
rita of the butter they buy.
recognized as thc best that comee
inn & vSons,
d Oronoco Streets
John P. Robinson, Geo. 8. French,
Alexandria Fertilizer aod
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid.
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fer?
tilizer & Chemical Co.'s Products.
Capacity: 50,000 tous per annum.
Prinoaa S-trea-t aud Potomac Pivtr Wharf.
W. (i. UaKVKY, Ml., I I). C. KU'HAKbSON
Pres't A Trtas. Secretary.
Bryant Ferti lizerCorapan y
FERTILIZERS. FEP.TTLIZINa MATE*
EIAtfl, PURE RAW BONE ANP
FTNE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA *
Office': Burke and Ilerbert'sbank l.uiUlina;,
Fae'orr and Wharf: Foot of Dnxt air-**.
25 Per Cent Off All Suite. Over?
coats, Raincoats, Trousers
and Fancy Vests.
$2 Field Special Shifts
$150 Field Special Shirts
$1 Monarch Fancy Shirts
75c Paney Shirts now 49c
Now is your chance to replen?
ish your waidrobe at slight cost.
I!. Lee Field,
Clothier and Gents'Fomisher
612 King Street
!.. MK-ELLKri AND BJTATIOJNER
inst Between Onrselves,
The writing paper we carry in stock
is the best procurable for social
Dyson's Book Store,
sos xino st.
Bell Tel<phone 278.
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