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r^-n- -r--mrg- /~V_foin Hit) jr^_5_ANDRIA. VA. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 2<J, 1909. PRICE 2 CEN TS Thal car America- roreste abound ra plants which po?csa tho most valuable tl7 attested by eeoree of tho most eminent m?llcal writers ami teuo. I tbe untu Indians had discovered tho -useful" i sf r__ny native plants before the advent of the white rac*. This Informa -*od freely to the white-, led lone !i>v'.*-tIijatIon? until t y we have ai neat of moa! valuable American medicinal root*. ?*_.<_?<_? / Dt. Pierce belle-es that our American for eats a>k\?cl In most valuable medicinal roote fcj?, the ctr-s^jf most or*?tlnste sr.d fatal dis-* s. If w<^wo_*<_properly iiivestl-ttc themt of tbis conviction, ho polnW-*ltr- lirlJ-SlV "?c nlm-i-ltm""'-'"1'*. Curer- efler-ierl hy _m "?i?i**->n M--1I..-.I nu. coti ry." which has craven Atsclt io lu: Hil!. nggn-tftrTi-r* si.iM.-ii--. '""li-, iJTfr ,nvlgor clesnser Ifnuirn"to i _j?_jrsB-j? ?>a. or ii. liiro-d.Tu torpid iPr""?TTuoctiona! and even valvular and other affections of the- heart yield to its curative action. Tho reaion why lt cures these and many other affectlona. ls clearly shown tn a little boob ot extracts from the standard me Heal works which ls malled /ree to any address by Dr. R V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., to all sendi-i request for the same. ?*?_? ?*_?<_ Not less marvelous. In Ihe unparalleled eurea it ls constantly rnaklnc of woman's ?many peculiar affection-!. weaknesses and dlstre-s'.nK di-r?naement?. ls Dr. Pierce's i'tJo>Kas is smply attested testimonials con who have been c^red by lt ''f.'-atc'rh,'11 t)<.lv|c_ijr--i_ nalnhij ,Trirj?iils~rltl_*-^;jn-.!3j'vi'^ Jan'' yTTi^r ~T"*TTi"""~. r... :.'a r-useiT >.y yeskne _ ulct-r _yS___[})_?E_-___Lb^ after -.any other advertised incdlciue-^ and physicians had failed. -_.?*_? <"> Both fhe sI-.tk mentioned medlrtnes are ? .imfacture were orlirinal t, ai-rled on by rii the _iC1 , ; I ai ul lance* a-x-clallj* I Ho'h alcohol and e;l oil * dru os. A full list of their lnifrudUmU* U prl&vad sa ?scb bottlo-v.r-pper. ? Isirvtf-l.n.K -er**rnfceriieii. -s .-i FaTOrlte\J*rc?rlp'Jori>s.as ls i by thousands of^fu^Wii^dje! tributed bvV>STeful paTTT-Yi* i ?lt-maav ??))? <_? ti,t Granulated Sugar a i via ITO Small Hams 150 Cox & Gordon's .soon Hams 7 to 8 lbs. each SUGAR CURED HANS in thc United States. 15 cents a pound. 17 300 lbs. EXTRA LARGE FANCY MOORPARK EVAPORATED APRICOTS 12J_*. cents. 25<T-bs. BRIGHT EVAPORATED Peaches. 10 centsj JRamsay's^ GEOR( UCE&CO Dealers in FRESH AND SALTED FISH, * from toimatrtmmt men in hus qi rv orders so teed ,? OFl.Qha* . -*"'1, la citv mar .1 ?(. mtv iHirt of id-, eity. All orde-s Mill be lilred C. <>. D or on the _B ll 'ttkome tlO-t maris 2-i STRAWBERRY Short Cake Wt rn ll aol Inv* daily; aka Uabarfe and ? ive-1 from the 0 pound* o: DRIED CHERRIES L Shuman &5on TTrrH tl FTTBJ.ISH-D DAILY AMD TEI-W-B-L- AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 A 312 PR1NC 8TBEET. TSBMfl: Daily?l year, $6*00 6 months (2.50: 3 months, $1:25; 1 month, 48 oents: 1 week, 10 oents. Tri-Treekly?1 year, $3.00: 6 months, |1.60 3 months, 76 cents: 1 month, 25 oenta. Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex ?oed theirspaoe nnlees the excess is paid foi at transient rates, and under no oircoxo stance* will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business ia the space contracted for. Ber-ioiutions in memoriam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or pen-ona, unions of public ooncern, will nly be printed in the paper as advertise? ment-. Marriage and death notices most be paid for in advance. [Entered at thc Portofflc* o'. Alexandria, VU ld ni a, as second-class matter .1 WARNING TO COLORED RACE Jadge Hundley yesterday sentenced to death Isbaoo nod Joe Taylor and Leafs Jenkins, all colored, wbo were convicted Wednesday of having murder? ed Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sbipwiih end Walter G. Johnson. Tbey will be elec ?- cut-d April 30 in Ihe penitentiary at Richmond. Wi liam Brown ts now on nial for murder and Jobn Brown, bis father, was being (ried today lortraon and burga**, both capital climes tn Virginia. John Brown is Ibe man sentenced Widutsd-y evening to 15 years' imprismment for complicity io tbe Sopwith murder plot. In sentencing the prisoner* Judge Hundley stid: "I wiuld b* false (o my convictions of dut/ if I fa led to nt'er some woid* of waining to your people. Trie tirades who once r a rn ed over this land never planned a rra-jsacre with more heartless cruelty. You were not srargeja to tbe aaa or to tbe aged and helpless woman you murdered, but you lived almost a their door and fed upon tbeir bou-tj. You taino to their door io the Dight titre and, witb tbe voics and language ai liiends, you railed the man lo the door aad shit him down, brsined the toni old lady witb an axe, draeg d her rv dy down the steps Ike the (it etas ot a s'augbtered b?Bst, and burned them up in tbeir own dwelling, Tbe most dis ?ouraging aud sbockiog fia'nre of it ls tl at so many of you in tbe same neigb milroi wold be induced to engage In i; tbat lt could be conducted with such aid secrecy, a .d is r*ga'd?d by yo-ir pf'-p!e wilb such iDd fl.renes Viewe-J in Ita', light, it Karumta a dark and sinister aspec:; marka an ep >ch tn tho histrry of your race and furnishes a sad commentary on tbe lr nit and pa lent straggle of goad me.* ?o ft aa a *ay b/ which two distinct, diverse and allen people-* may d*ell together in peace un A r the mme itstitutions and laws with equal oprortnnities ard privileges." THE KIDNAPPER-**. Fearing for the nafety of their prison? ers if they were lakes to Sharon or the county seat at Mercer, J.itnes H. Boyle and bis wife, accused of kidnapping Willie Whitla, were brought last night to the Allegheny coanty jail in Pitts? burg, Va. Tbey were brought in a spe? cial Pullman cir from Cleveland, by way of Youngstown and Newcastle, over the Pit (.hurg and Lase Erie Railroad, and arrived at 9:45 p. co. Tbe prisoners wert* guntdtd In their car by sixteen de? tective* and oflicets. It was theuta-ii motis opinion of the t theirs engaged on tbe ta e that it would be snfer nd to take any chances by e xpislog their prii 03<n to the wra'h of the s"bt-rjn popu? lace. On the arrival of the min at Pittsburg tbe j risoners were pUred in an nut' mobil:1 and rushed tn the ja I Boyle wa* manacled and goaid-rd by two detectives, but the woman wan allowed to wa k be*i'!e an efficer. Ma Biyle chatted freely and teemed to be io a h"p;iy f'ame of mind. __?id-.d by several priva'e detectives i plain clothes, Jsmee P. Wn t's, father of the abducted lad for whose ransom $10,000 was paid, rMoru:! 11 his borne in SLaron, Pa, last night, bringing witb bim the money wbich wa. recovered wben James Biyle and his wife were arrested in Cleveland. The psckage cf bills, still marked a* tbey were said to have been when paid to tbe abductors by Mr. Wbitla, were taken io tbe safely depar ment of the S_aro_ S iv iogs and Trust Company, which kept its doors open iili Mr. Wbitla reached there, ab -ut ii o'clock Ia t night. The money waa c-itefuily placed in a safely depsit box to lercain till it may be needed as evidence In the kidnapping rial. M'FFERIN*. Off I'XPLORER.s Lieutenant Shatkleton'a ship Nimrod bas returned to Cbrittcbuich, New Z?alaod with theexploringparly aboard, a'l well. Members of the expedi ion nave some details in addition to those already published. Professor David and h's companions rrccuut liar when toey slatted on the j urney to tie magn-tic pole the weaber was sn bet that they had to pull tbeir two sledges io singlet-. There was half a ton ol provisions on each sledge. Af-r a comparatively <asy 2-V)-i_il* journey a'ong tho sea ice, they tai a hard and almost hopeless climb to tbe inland pict>au Tbey carried their lives la their hands, fighting their way inch by inch, aid suSered gr'at privations on the return j 'uraey. When rescued by the Nimrod tbey were a farly _f gaunt skeletons; the Nimtod had almost given them np fir 1 nt. The members of Lieutenant Shackle? ton's party i-ay that when they were compelled to turn batk their bodily strength was diminishing so rapidly tbtt tbeit temperature went down to far be? low nctm-jl, in some esses rrachiog to 93 degrees, and in otheis considerably lower, tban tba (The normal tempera tare of the bumsu body ia 98 8degrees.) They netrly died irom starvation before finding one of the depota, and always on abort rations. Had tbeir party been two daya later in reacbiog thi Nimrod she would hare been frC7.*n in for another season. They declare tbat any future explorer attempt* irg io reach the pole must be provided witb much larger supplies ol food, be? cause there ls no ibnbt (hal the south pole is sit-a ed ona high p'a'eiu aod tbat the coldest aid atormeat weather le* the world preta ls there, there being 70 degrees of frost under the vety m Iden conditions. HEIRES-c DI-APPEABH. Mystery sono-ods the disappearance of Martha Coles, a girl who ls aaid to bp wcrtb $1,000,000, but who, np to Wed? nesday oigbt, bad been working as a domestic for M-s. M F. Uei:!y, in liooklyn. An individual, who iaid he was a lawyer from Wales, appeared at the Reilly home last night, and atked to ste Mar.ha. He told tbe girl Ibat he wa* an executor nf ber ^na'-gtard fslhei's estate ia Wales, aid tbat abe, ss one nf ten beirr, wss entitled to fl, Oihmioo. Shortly a'ter the lawyer left, Alath.* announced tba*, abe w?s going out to "celebri-teher good fortune," and she bas not been seen by tbe Reilly family since. Rt-presented*''--* of the executors bave se*robed for M wtba and her bro her and sister for five years. _DRY GOODS. " Sale Ladies' New Spring Suites ^J^JJ^ Sample Ladies' IC! Suits of the very __l/l newest materials, m>m,m>?Z the new long coat handsomely trimmed in buttons and braids, $20 vale as, for a few days only $14.98. Satin Messalines in all the new shades, 89cvalue,at 69c Yd. 27-inch Rough Silk Pon? gees, similar to Rajah Silks. 89c value, at 69cJVd 27-inch Satin Foulards, in a beautiful range of styles 89c values, at 69c Yd. 0 -0-o D. AND Sons M6 KING STREET. BELL'PHONE. HOME'PHONE HOIIHE FURNISHING*** 5 Jc^** ^tM=? I Put a Bernstein three piece ? Bed and Stearn's _c Fos- ? ter Felt Mattress in youri spare room Your suest*) will have comfort. ? Bed and Mattress* GUARANTEED Batiifaefo-ry or rooney refumli I, r;r$i6to$40j O?-O- 0 H. RUBEN & SONS, J 601 KING STREET ? ????????????????I Eieelaior for packin.. Sr tha bala, too or larload. C. & L_iX-_E_TE_ * 80NB, DRY GOODH. Clearing-upSale of all odds and ends in the famous - - G. B. Corsets Respond early as they can? not last a areat while at these prices: $1.00 Corsets. 59c 11.50 and $2.00 Corsets 75c (2 25 and $230 Corsets. $1.00 $3.00 and $5.00 Corsets $1.50 _7 AflHeatiierbloomtfi 70 QLtW Petticoats, #??*?* Genuine Healherhlco _ St'r s wit. ism-' seared on ererr skiribsurl; male n ibree d flerent -.fie-; full rt-gula :in width; lenjfihs 3> to 42; thia- R'P joeit rely a |2 0(? va'ue, J* a TA *ptciai. Vf ABO REAL ESTA I E. For or Rent At Cottage Park, adjoin? ing Braddock Heights, within five minutes walk from two stations on the electric line and near Mt Vernon Avenue, A splendid nine room frame dwelling, good cel? lar, well of fine water, and stable, with over one half acre of ground. For further particulars address M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., 119 Sooth fairfax Street, Alexandria. Vi. DRY GOOD-*._ Boys' New Spring Clothing. We are dow snowing a large assort? ment of New Sering Olothiog foe boya, youth*, and young mee, from -j to 20 ye* ri of age. We asa* particular atteothn to oar atock cf SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN. We clothe young men from ll '0 M yrats of ape; ur 81 lo 80 ioch eh*st measure. Pricea range from $10 to$_r. the Snit. We are showing a handsome line ot Biys' Salis, aiade of all.wool wor? steds aod serg ?*, with knlcktrboek er 'rousers, lo light, medium and dark f-MCtt. Plain derby coats; alto yoke ift**ct with pla>>. Trousfri are lined tbrocgbnu ; S'jt'B ri lo 17. $5.00 to 110 the Salt As a- mattel value, we iff r a lot o* B ya' All-wool Oombinatioo rjuita (coat and two pa'ra of knick* rbocker ir joeers) made nf oeat ftvli*h mixtures. Special piice, $5 00 tbe Salt. New Spring Reefers. For boya from 2_ to 18 rea's of ag', of nary b'ue nod Un covert cloth* and r cb fancy mii'tuea. 13 95 to 17.60 Ea<-h. ThirJ fl?r?10th at Misses' New SPRING SUITS. We announce the arrival of several new lines of Girls' and .Misses' New Spring Tailor made Suits, K.tracing a splendid collection of clo'hs in p'a'n colors, n?at checks and rich 'ancy < ff-?cte. Coats are semi, flt tirg and trimmed wi'h buttons. Hkiit* are made p'a'n. tl8 bo, $25 and $4*2 60 teak. Also 11.ria' aod Mi-sees' "Peter Tt ump ion" Hit* of linen, pique, acd E jg!,Mi rt-p, io white, blue, aud tin. trimmed w.th braid. AM bave full-plaited ik r'.s 92 ti lo 115.00 each. A'-o Missen' Separate .Skir n,lo t\ rill* weights, of sergea aud panamas, In bin.*, black, end checked effec-s. Also a large ataortmt-t of White Skirts, ot linen and English rep, made ptain style and tr.Da? med with huttons. fl BO to 16.50 escb. Also 0 ri*' and Watte' Spring-nelgbt Re< fer*, of One termes aod other tra teri-ils, in plain blue, red and white,ard ? rart-tf of neat checks and stripes. All sre lintd throughout aod finished with silk or velvet collar. Hi zee o' to 14. $5 00 to 019.75 each. Also O r's' Perc le Dresses, for spring w-.ir, st school or about the houae, io a Isrge iiisortment of attractive styli a and patterns. $1.25 to $4 50fach. Third flier -OrOL Washington, D. C. 10th,llth,F.&O.St8.,N.W Soap Club Ladies OtH learn somethlog to tbeir later e.-t bv wr'ting far caUlngae of the FACTORY TO FAMILY SUPPLY AGENCY IIRNER'S ARCADE BUILDING _. -oo I-* 1! . i -iii-nc Mn ROSENFELD'S llnlh 'Plniiirs o-o-o-o Both 'Phnnee The most beautiful TAILORED SUITS at $12.50 V n select fro- a msgnificpct varietv of newest models. Spring and early Summer ti Atm thi would bs prirxd ar $17 50 elsewhere. Io ail populsr colors as well a? black,xtl-i-oh c< at Hoed throughout with latta high br dice skirt. High-class Millinery at prices of great popularity. Ujr Millinery P-rl rs show copies of th* Fiench Modis'es Hats at prices which rbonld sppeal to the woitho of good taste wbo does not weat to pay exorbliat-t prices. Our Trimmed Dress and Street Hats AT $3, $4, $5 and $6. ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. LOWEN BACH_? ,stt"c.o':tcb Wakefield The Best Medicinal Whisky I KJnev and Alfred on the Market, j ? STREEts. CIGAR-i. Save on Your Smoking By getting your Cigars of Us. Stock up with them and you will find your tnrde Increasing Made by us, we know exactly what to expect from them The be_t kind of tobacco only is used, and they could be sold for more money. Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET. LORD FAIRFAX WHISKY FOR FAMILY TRADE Recommended by Physicians forrits Medicinal Qualities. $1.00 Per Full Quart. rill Kr AA & Iv., | proprietors! king st. Sold Rt AH Fir^r-cla-a Dealers: Roth "phones OLD HOLLY Old Fashioned, High Grade Genuine KENTUCKY Whiskey "Every drink a pU-sur?" $1.00 per Quart Gallon $3.50 6 Quart- $3.00 12 Quart* $9.90 Packed In plain wrapped packages, shipped express prepaid to any address In Virginia. JOEL, M. COCHRAN & CO. ALEXANDRIA, VA. ELGIN BUTTER THE PURE FOOD STORE. 30c Lb. u^uinni -win Midland Butter Each print wrapped in parchment paper, which protects it against contamination. The quintescence of cream from the green fields of Virginia 35c Per Pound. Fresh Roasted Coffees Iq bulk 18c, 20c, 25c and 35c Per Pound. WOT CALL, PHONE OR WRITE "_*t Edward Quinn & Sons, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets FOR SALE Desirably located three-story Brick Dwelling No. 1012 Prince Street, containing eleven rooms and bath; with slight repairs could be made a splendid home. Inspection in? vited. Nearly new two-story Frame Dwelling, No. 714 Wythe Street, seven rooms and bath; in first c'ass condition. Two 2-story Frame Dwellings Nos. 518 and 520 Queen Street, with five rooms each Good deep lots runn:ng back to a public alley. Houses always rented For price and terms on the above properties ca 1 on John D. Normoyle KING AND ROYAL STREETS._ THE ALEXANDRIA Iron Works Foundry, Machine Work and Blacksmithing Structural Iron a Specialty Mtonfaeturf r ol Patent TorbanTomp for dairy aod anburban home*. Agent for coal oil engine, tbe ooly aafe power around building*-. Pend ns yoor inq-iriea for anything in iron. jm1r> Itt_ J. & H. AHCHES0N, Machinists and Engineers. Agents Cray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machinists Supplies, Pipe, ripe Fittitgr, Valves, Ftc Blacksmithing and Repair ing Promply Executed Hi_h"*grade machine oil*?oil* tbat will not run. E. 8. LEADBEATER A SOUS. MONEY is what you want. Money is what we get. Can't We Get Together? O-0-? ? THE Alexandria Claim Adjusters 119 South Fairfax Sirc-er Something New Chocolate Eclairs filled wi'h wipped cream. French Crul? lers, Neappolit.n Cakes, etc. AH flavors of Ice Cream H. Bloch, 61 ?* King Stree* Roth Ph t-ir-a $10,000 Wanted in euroa of $500 to (3.000 loam on P*-J E*ta?. j.ddrw Box 2. mchiO In* Omaette Offioe.