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"^0 J-/?W VOLUME CX.--NO. 58 ALEXANDRIA, VA. SATURDAY EVENING* MARCH 1?. 1909 PRICE 2 CENTS A Square Deal It Mtnred you when rou buy Dr. Pierre** family mer all the ingredi? ent-; -Watering Into them are> printed on the bottle-wrnppora '""'? tbeir formulas are attested under oath ns being complete and correct. You know just what vern art p.rvir.g (or and that tbr* ingredient- are gat he-rod from Nature's laboratory, being ?ed from t1 ? native vinal root* found growing In onr American foi stT-McLwhlli! potent to curt are perfe?c*Hirv harir_<^_^*r*_a^to the mo*1 ri-dlcate aa ri?iirS_.e> ?J*niTiTTrgTr^ Not a drofj uUii'l-M' 'il'I.VI-; '_,'',Ut'>.|?|t^lHt''Jii-__ A lum-- r-c:lt.-r .Isc-iil U us. I ^"???'ill'g a_iu i-rvM-M-iin". | rrilirJTllT?S U'-fft ill tt|r|l|l_.V ! I. __si_______|_L_ rr_iiji-ri^i**ivcr-:-in("***' I'll is agent pei Intrinsic una.rii'3l proper tim ?< Its own. being \ mott mineable antiseptic and antl t'rment, nutritive and soothhig demul? cent. lilvcerine playt an important part in Dr. Pierce - ?!-cal Discovery in ihe cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, lii-ait-tiurn, foul breath I tongue, poor aoh, I i (I'-rango mentl ol the stomach, liver and bov iring al! the above distressing . Discovery' rf thu mucous Bram bronco, u catarrh, whether of the natal passages or at the stomach, * ? ?r pel -'l in its ulot * lt win yield to thti sovereign rem* ri In. In chronic Catarrh of u.e Nasal ; ? nvell, while al Wt j> -.ry constitutional treatment, I y wiih Dr. v . of treatment generally cure* tne wor?| cases. In cough* and hoarseness causer) by bron clirsl. throat and lung- affections, excr , t tho h.. ? "iijs" corerv s cowrbs arls luf fr. ? ,?r must lt tro ex pect-vj Itsadranced siacrrs do that?but for all the obstlnu lufha, which. If neg lected, or l>arl i v treated, lead up to rirnsump Uo_.ltl.-thr* 'ftt nie<li.-ln*> that cnn betaken. JEW Wedding or Birthday Gifls are shown in ?-ieh variety in this store that what he thil ?- the intended recipient will br glad to rtteiva. Watches, gems and orna? ment* of ail i. tnd women, mitt and wei tots, \\ ill jr i *? -<?k thea m. H. W. WILDT & SON, lOf. North Royal Street. Bell PfcontStf J. A Reliable Remedy CATARRH Ely's Cream Bairn is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief at Once. It i loan* -, :*oothe_, the di ?' aw 1 menu crane re-suit in.- (ron Catarrh and dil Itt away at'olrl in th>' Ile ul quickly. Bettor et the BeBMooJ Taste ami Kundi. Full size fi(? eta ts or by mail. Liejuid for ntoiaatosaixflTtTSott. fclv Bi n anen Street, New York. rn INDIGESTION? DYSPEPSIA? Kt Special FOR One Week Only. i rr i >,. . Pp to-Date Silk Jumper Snits .1 wanted shade, some marie r.tt..a trimmed: ethers roadertd?-til cut tf ihe model. I'olnrs ar* the new ? '.v, Rl;re, lUxe. Du i Also Kat han'? Bie.BOtofto. . iri-i.-c tririiir Vlivanrtria pa? ll ont $10 95 EACH 1 I.ace Jacket in i h 1 ace?a Jaree assortment tr $10 SJ7.50 A. L FALK CO. "IT V STUEIOTNW., Todd'., (Vlebrated Smithfield Old Virginal H?V-; v<.r ?hU-?t J.f!. VILRHUN'S. FLORIDA ORAXGES, sweat; inst receiv; ed by J. C. MILBURN. ""tour* WHEAT FIOVR inst received na J. C. Mlt-BCBW .^b^nbna?azcttr. Tibmb: Daily?l -ear, $5:00 0 months 12:50: 3 months, $1:25; 1 month, 43 oen tn: 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly? 1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60 8 months, 75 cents: 1 month. 26 cent*. Contract advertisers win not be allowed to ex? ceed theirspace unless theezcet* ia paid foi at transient rates, and under no eircuro ?lances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted tor. Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by aocietier tar persons, unless of publio concern, will nly be printed in the paper as advertisav men ta. Marriage and death notice* mutt be paid for in advanoe. [Entered at the Postoffioe of Alexandria, Yir gdnia, as *eoond*cla_* matter.! TROUBLE ON THE ISTHMUS. It is persistently rumored in M >zico Oily tbat war bas broken out between Nicaragua and Salvad r and that tbere has beeo an engagement between tbe Salvadorean gunboat Presidents and the Nicaraguan gunboat Momotombo. Tbe result is unknown. The Herald cf Mexico City advocates aunexat on of tie live Centra! American Slates by Mexico. The general opinion is that intervention is inevitable, and Mexico looks lo the United States to nuke the initial move. No news of any kind beyond tbe preta dispatches bai reached tbe State Department in Washington of the rumored opening nf hostilities between N!caia*;oa and Salvador. Senor De La Barra, the Mexican am? bassador, declared last night tbat bis country ia entire ly in ha-onony with tbe sincere desire of tbe Knited 8tates tu bring abont conditions of absolute peace among tbe Oeotial American republic). He said that he had received no official advice* Irom M-xico City as ti aiy trouble between the Central American coun'r.ee. Nor bave the Nicaraguan and Salvadorean mini.i'ern in Washing? ton, as far as could be hamed, received any e fficial newt from tbeir respective Ciuntriee. Tbere is a s'ory current in diplomatic circle's in Mexico City that is believed o be true that the United ti ates ard M xico nached a private undtrs'anding and agreement to divide Central America ?nd annex tour republics, in the event of fur,her disturbances in that patt of tbe wold. According to the strry the question of intervention in Central America has been di?cuja?d between Washington and Mexico City fm some time, and the conclusion has been reached that annexation it the ooly solution of tbe problem of ending the periodical revolu ions of the Isthmian republics. Ai a result of this private anders anding, which has not been 1 on paper, it is said that the Hailed StR'ei hat consented for Mexico tr annex Guatamala and Honduras, and M x'co bus in tarn given her assent to the aontxaton of Nicaragua and Salva? dor to the United States. TO HAYEHIN.'F.I) SMOKE* STALK.-. As was sated in tbe ('??tte, an act tn amend sectijns eleven and twelve ol an act ent'tled "an act to provide for eliminating cert tin grade crossings on the line ol the H.ltimire and Potomac Ra lwsy Company in tbe city of Wash? ington, District of Oo'umb'a, and re? quiring eaid com j any to depress and ele? ya e Ita tracks and to enable it to relo? cate pris of ila railroad therein, and for other purposes," approved February welfth, nineteen hunc'r.d and one, was signed by Mr. Roosevelt March 4 Tbe following it tbe foll text of tbe bill. Be it enacted, and sofoitb, Tia', section eleven end twelve of an tc* entitled "an act to provide for elimiotting cer ?( in grade crossings on the line of the Bal? timore and Poton a? Railway Company in the city of Washington and requir? ing said company to depress and elevate its tracks and tn enable it to relocate parts of its railroad therein, and for uther purposes," approved February twelfth, nineteen hundred tnd one, be, tnd the rame are hereby, amended to as to require all tugboats using the Potomac river a', the place or places where the same is spanned by tbe two certain bridges in said act prov.'ihd for, ramely the new railway bridge and tbe new highway bridge, to equip and fit, net at r than July first, nineteen hundred and nine, all smokett cks tberof or ither vertical pr j elkins with hinges or other mechanical device so as to permit ibe same to be lowered to tie level of the top cf the pilot house of such Iota: Provided, That all inch tut-bca's the pilot bouse ol which wiil net pest uoder each bridges may be exempted from the opir a ions of the providions thereof, upon application made tn tbe secretary of ? a* and h;s approval thereof: Provided further, Ita all tugboat? hereafter boll! or purchased, or not now actually tngsged in business on the Potomac river at the places aforesaid, must have tbeir dimensions approved by tbe secre? tary ol war before being psrmltted to use and opera? the same on the Poto? mac river at the places above mectioncd: And rrjvided farther, Tbat the provi? sions hereof shall not apply tn such tug? boats at may, by reason of tbeir struc? ture, be able to pasi under said two bMdges, respectively, without tbe neces? sity of opt rating the draws thereof. FIUHT IN CHURCH. A fistic eccootjter between Rev. J. C. Miller, pastor of X on Lu.bern Church, in tbe Twenty-first district of Tennes? see, tnd Silomon MiO-iinnon, t member of his flock, resulted Thurs day in tbe sweariog out of warrants for several members of the congrega'ion and fer the preacher, who is charged with aesault and Ia tery. Tbe fight wit tbe cul* mication of longstanding di (Terences be? tween two factions in tbe chuicb. Mc* l '<i _mon it the Ietder of one fact.on a id Miller ol tbe other. S;me say they clashed over the quettion ol sanctifica? tion, while others declare it was a dis? pute over voting in t church election. Miller's following appeared stronger than his opponent's, and McGimmon wat, rejected from th* church, ????????????*????????< Food Show and Indosirial Exposition. Armor*' Hall.. Alexandria, Va. March 24th to 31st Inclusive. Afternoons from 1.30 to 5.30 Evenings from 7.30 to 10.30. Grocers' Ticket and 10 cents admits in afternoon. ll tr ^^H ???????????????????-?????????????????????????? tt it mmuuuuummmmmmmi5 evening. ^^^H Regular Admission . . 25 cents. ^^^^ The first 200 ladies purchasing tickets each night will receive coupons that will entitle J tiifm to full size nackatres of various pure food specialties, in addition to the general cli^Tibution ol^THOUSANDS OF FREE SAMPLES at the show, A delightful evening J ?issured io every visitor Excellent music afternoon and evening* m .J ROSENFELD'S Hoth 'Phono* o-o-o-o Hoth 'Pbnnc. Satisfaction or Money Back c Women's j}|o Satin-Lined Spring Suits $12.50. The most remarkable Suit Bargain you will get * this season BEAUTIFUL NEW SUITS from strictly All-Wool Serges, Striped Worsteds and Fancy Suitiogs Lined throughout with Satin. The Skirts are close fitting, full flare, all sizes and colors. ONLY $12.50. o-0--ar???0 ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Strike a Good Cigar /mr If you would know what real pleasure there is iu smoking We bave made a stuJy of Cigar buy? ing?not necessarily expensive cigars, but imperatively good cigars You can pay as high a price As You Like or as low a price as thrift dictates to you. But One Thing is Evident here you will always find mild, fragrant cigars, singly, or attrac? tively boxed Hamilton & Co., .323 KING STREET. LOW EN BACH-^jr I51*SStce WaRefleld The Best Medicinal Whisky I Kine* and Alfred on the Market. street* It'sJNot Too Early To Think About REFRIGERATORS Stop in some day when con? venient and let us show you a line of REFRIGERATORS We Guarantee. The Eddy The Baldwin The Zero H. RUBEN & SONS, 601 KING STREET Cox sud Gordon's Missouri HAMS, wintti cursed, for salt by J. C. MILBURN INSUKANOF,. BONDS Arc often necessary. IT IS NOT RIGHT to let your friends go your surety when you can get a bond from a surety company at the low rates now charged' I hold a general power of attorney from the Empire State Surety Company and cn write any type of bond HARRIE WHITE l_?_r?.nce a_'l Bli Alf. Office 119. tt fl reet. General Insurance Agene) LAURENCE STABLER, Room No. 4, Burke tt Herbert Bid-. Th* cirnpanif* represented in this cffos have a**-ts ot over $100,000,000. Amens stier* *-* l Hartford Fire Insurance Ce. Liverpool at London A Olobe. 4:tna Ineurance Co. Northern Atturance Co. Springfield Fire tt Marine. Prompt atlantic- friven tr _ij_t-tr_-?nt ct lotta* and til matters -winer-tad with intur anna, -arti tor MEETINGS._ TliF AH9ITAL MEETING* Ute Meek* holders tt tbe N. AIM II PROVISION CO. will be held tt the erH-e r,f 1. K ta. Norton, Itt ?outh Fairfax ttreet, Al'iandria, Va., on Thursday. March 2.-.th. 1909, at 3 I p. m. GEORGE W. Fl P.OB. m_rStd tiactttary. DRY 00004. Swan Bros., King and Pitt Streets C 0 0 SHIRTS. We are now showiog a very large variety of new Spring and Summer MANHATTAN NEGLIGE SHIRTS Every man who once wears th?s well-known shirt will have no other, as they look well, wear well, and you have the satisfaction of knowing when you have on a Man? hattan Shirt you bave os the best Let us show you the new line ? both in Whites and Fancies. All sizes?from 14 to 18, rSlJBWO WINKS AND LIQUORS. The Dishes In Our Menu are .10 varied and tempting that it is a wonder bow our chef con? trives to think of and produce them. This restaurant has a sur? prising effect on those wbo pride themselves on their indifference to the kind of food they eat. The minute they inhale the fragrant odor and see the temptingly served foods they lose ali indif terence and eat as if they enjoyed it Fleischmaiin's. Tba first minute after a fere start- is tne most *fri_e_l time, and tba "Columbia" Ex tinnui'tier t-ein** alway* ready for nie. nuke* voa m-a-rle-r of the situation E. 8, LEAD BEATER A SONS. IJttY UUULW. Values in These Gloves are a surplus lot sscured by ns from nor* of the largest importers in the United Stat's They ara merle or* sn excel* Ir-rit if i-Hty ti!k, double-tippxt finers snd taro rlsps. $1 oo 12 button-length for ? 55c lu black, white, and tan. $1.25 and $1.50 16-button length for.79c In black, white, pink, sty, cipenhag-m, red, old rote, hello, green, tan, nivy, gray, sn 1 cha_j|-agnt>, R. .v G, Cornea, made of batt*'*-, high bun, long hip; garter* at_:-hed. ?? t CA An er< ri lady Conets, mada-of batist*, h'gh bun. l-?ng hip and back; gat- *'*> CA tera a'tieh.: 1. Spe-iaU. 4fAitO\J War r .-'s Ce tit marie ot h. ti tr*, lrgh bii't, lonnt-p und back, for the at*") CA new gowns. Special. %p?i,0\* Thomosorr'* Glove-tilt in ar C> r et, mad. of batist-', loug hip an I back; dimble ftt'l fifi supporter!. Special. JiOtViJ LaDSburgh&Bro WASHINGTON, D. C. jWRtrntty Btlii tht Bett Small Hams 150 Cox & Gordon's 7 to 8 lbs. each. SUGAR CURED HAMS in the United States. 15 cents a pound. (iaHiiialtaiiisai 30CT-bs. EXTRA LARGE FANCY MOORPARK EVAPORATED APRICOTS 12J? cents. 250~lbs. BRIGHT EVAPORATED Peaches. 10 centsj Ramsay's Royal Rei 31 Cans for 25c JAT mw i BLOCH'S Cream Puffs In che happy borderland betwees Cake and Pastry ron today Mod BLOTH'B CltKAM.PUFFS with their brown, tender rrust ?nd geuerous -liing of rich whipped cream. They are as appropriate snd popular a des rt>rt for dinner a* for an tddi tion to the luncheon or supper ubi*. ttl.I Kini- Street Both 'Phnnr-. OR CASH? TRY THE Alexaedria Claim idjasters 119 Sonth Fairfax Street um uutju?d. Domestic Corsets, Girdles, kEtc. Showing a complete stock et G rdl?a, ' iirdle Corsets tod Mfdiotn and Long Goretti tot Mt saes aud Women Also tbe very loo** Corset* iu the -Tedium prictd grades as at well m the expensive model*. Ateotim ie called to the follotvli-g worthy giarmeota: Ttpe Girdles, with eltttics attached. Etch.Il.cjit W. C. O. Girdle Oorsett, of bet!**, ?ith low bott; medium hip tod el -sties tttached.fl.Otf Girdle "B" Cortets, of bali.ti. with ilait.c* attached. Each.fl 25 P. N. Ooreett, of bttiete, with high oatt and long hip; alto medium bust tod hip. Etch.$1 Ott W. C. C. Ooriet?, with high bust, on?hip; elastics attached Ea:h fl 00 C. B. Co-sett, ol bttl t?, with medium ind b'ghbust. Etch...il 00 Thirl fl?r?11th it. Special Value in Women's Lisle Bose. Stveotjflre down pain Women'* [_'al? Thread Hoae, In white, black tod an, with self-embroidered ankles. Fido iu illly. A'l a z a. Specitl price, '25c a pair. Kegolar vslue, 9ht\ 3fa*l fl)or?ll th st. The "Moaopress." E-ubost your monogram on s'H'iorer rith tbe "Mono- res-," a neat lit le de ' ce which will slip into your pocket* look and with which yon csa emboss rour loii'al cr it two-leitir monopintn nth practically no trouble. 25: ia:h. Demon*t-a!ion now going on io ttn iooery Iipptrment, Main floor-? F ct. Dyeing and Clean*3 ing Department We are tbe Washington agent for the )!d .Staten Island Dyeing Eta lish nent, conducted by Burnt, Nephews & 3om- any, and bare with nt ooe of tbeir 'Xpert demons rs or*. Sse ia here at mr request aod will gl?d y impart toy oformation possible retarding this im tot tint and economic subject. Main Jdo?r G street entrance. Washington, D. C. !0tb,llth,F.&a.St9..NW. CLOTHIER. Qr eat BARGAINS IN 'ci m. h/tiv* Clothing THIS WEEK Now if you want sure enough bargains in Clothing and Gents' Furnishings come to this store I. Lee Field, Mliierand Gents' Furnisher 612 King Street. SHERWOOD Hf WHISKEY, BOTTLE ^BOTTLE */ $2.75 Per fiat. Onr Mod-rn JmprtrteA Whtttey t* far Irrtt-r ?r?l morai mellow Itiin nnj al <Uirrl>l? lit -_>?*> ?*\/*? jrrl.r yr *pa_oa ?t.9*>iWV OLD OVEMOLT, $2.75 Par SaL Oat Bortia Oin 1* ahmAnUlj nan? nw.Ira or ths rtnn*. gui and Kn.-hri k?T-*?-_-lU*' neot-UM-t-*- tut trrtf ott. War nit ml-w on all llrjnorm. Heirn tor vrirt tm. Ar-. wm-MMU noaa* MM __*. Ii_?uat atltrerj. THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO. barfing Wholeuiert, 616-618 F Strwt N. W. _Sffl_? ,~ WASKIN6T0N, D. C. I?