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MONDAY EVENING. MAY 17,1909. Local Matters. Sun and Tide Table. San rises tomorrow at 4.4? and seta at ".07 High water at 5.45 a. m. and 6.22 p. m. ? m ? ? Weather Probabilities. For thin aectioD fair tonight; Tnenlay parity cloudy; nioden-.t'* temperature; light to ita westerly winds. BANQUET r-ATUBDAY NIGHT. liter a meeting lasting about an hour and a balf on Sa'urday night at which Mr. Frank Morrison, secretary ol (he American Federation of Labor, and Mr. Ktrl Watt, organizer of tbe same organization, were the principal figures, Alexandria Branch, No. 68, G'a'sblow era aud Bottlers Union, repaired to tbe dining rooms of Mr. F. C. S-jioks' res? taurant, where a temptingly served ban? quet was the order. Besides the organ? ic *tion there were present Hon. C. 0. Carlin, Judge L. C. Bul'-y, Oommon wealih's Attorney H. G. Brent and Messrs. Peter Von du Weatelaken, Robinaon Moncure, J. Fred Birrell and others. The tables were filled with al! the delicacies of tbe season and were tastefully arranged. Mr. Henry Seline)! j acted as toastmaster and introduced Mr. Morrison, who in brief, but pointed re? marks, discussed tbe fundamental prin? ciples of labor and wbat it contended for. He congratulated the organization on its prosperous condition and closed by complimenting the city and the peo? ple on its present prosperity. .Mr. Carlin was then introduced and in his usual happy style entertained tbe gathering. He said he did not always agree with certain steps taken by labor leaders, nor did they a-ree between themselves, but he said out of (he dis? cussion and dissension something of a helpful nature to labor was wrought. He, like Mr. Morrison, devoted some time ti the injunction clause. Judge Barley was theo called on aod in a short bnt well timed speech, paid his respects to labor in all ita phases. He closed by saying since be first enter? ed public life labor bad been bis friend and he hoped he would always merit it. Mr. Brent was introduced aod logi? cally discussed (be labor question. He said a man's success was generally whst he made it. He was oppo-ed to tbe in - j auction as exercised in regard to labor and tbrugbt every man should be given (he privilege of a trial by joining?which was an inherent and God-given right. Mr. Birrell was introduced and in his usual Htvle entertained hia bearers. Mr. Moncure, the next speaker, made a very favorable impression on the la*ge assemblage and gave tbem some stern fact* on tbe labor question wbiih were listened lo a tentively. Mr. Von de Westelaken was there with his ready wit acd made a strong plea for tbe success of organized labir. Mr. Spinks also enlivennd tbe occa? sion, not only hy furnishing the go d things, bul hy a nice talk. Mr. Watt, the lan speaker, proved that he was the right man in the right place as an oriraniz**r. The committee in cha-ge of the ban q*ie( waa Messrs. Henry .Kennell, Daniel Markins, Charles Thompson, G. B, Checscraan and Joseph Ramsay. IN OPERATION AGAIN. The men employed by Messrs. W. A. Smoot & Co. began work (his mrrning in ihe mill in Washington leased by (he firm. This mill will be occupied until Ihe new structure shall have been erected at the northeast corner of Came? ron nnd Lee streets. The structure will be of concrete-jijth i- gravel roof which trill lie non combusiible from without. Tbe spur switch into the square bounded by Henry, Fayette, Princess and Oronoco has been constructed and now in operation, four cars leaded willi lumber hsvirg passed over the track today- The little brick office on the southeast corner of Cameron and Union a(ree!n, for many years used by the late James R Smoot, is again being utilized bv tbe firm. It is in charge of Mr. Ii'nt ni Chinn. The mutual companies which insured tbe property destroyed last Wednesday have been quick in makir g a settlement One of tne com-anifH in Pennsylvania sent a check for its prop ur ion of the loss yes? terday, and the t ther, located in Ohio, will send its che-k on Wednesday. Arrangements for rebuilding will be male as soon as possible. MEMORIAL DAY. Monda-* next, the 24th will be Con? federate Mein, rial Day the anniversary of the departure of the Confederate troops from (his city and the entrance of the federal army thereiu. The day will he observed as on many previous oc? casions. In the nornii g the graves of the 0 mfedera'e bad in the cemeteries near tbis city and the mound in Christ Church yard will be strewn with flowers. In the evenicg the members of Lee Camp will assemble in their ball and 'led bv tbe Alexandria Drum Cs.rps will march to the Confederate monument where appropriate exercis-s will be bel.I. Rev. W. J. Morton will oft-r prayer, a chorus in charge of Miss Boteftford will sing and Hon. 0. C. Carlin will deliver an address. After th's the camp will proceed to Christ Church vard where the exercises will be concluded. POLICE COURT. [Justice li. B. Caton presiding.] Tbe following cases were disposed of (his morning: Ninnr ,d Pollard, colored, charged wi'h drunken and disorderly conduct and with carrying concealed weapons, was fined |60. A ynung white mao, charged with dis. rderlv conduct, forfeited his collater? al bv tailing to appear. David Green, cdored, charged with a'esling a cap from a esr of the Southern Railway, was dismissed MAYFLIES. Clouds of mayflies Invaded Alexan? dria Saturday night and swarmed around electric lights and st*re windows which were illuminated. A northwest wind yesterday morning blew the insects from trees and the sides ol houses, and in some pisces they weres?Hing though the air as thick a-: snowflakes, lu some places near electric Kfh'1 on the river front there were enough defunct may? flies to bave filled wheelbarrows. The only store where Regal shoes can be had outside ol their agency. Jt>hn A Marshall tk Bro, ill King atreet. KILLED BY A TRAIN. As (iain No. 134 northbound on the B'uemont B anch of (ba B 'uthi rn Rail? way ran into Wee" Falls Church tbis morning, about 7:45o'clock( Mr. George D. Nicholson, a clerk in tbe Pension Office in Washington, attempted to cross tbe track at the crossing of tbe railroad aod the Leesburg Pike, and was struck and thrown by tbe cow-catcher, crash? ing his skull, breaking his ribs and legs | and almost instantly killing him. Dr. Graham, of West Falls Church, and another physiciao who were on the train pronounced life extinct before tbe train left. The train was in charge of Conductor H ri. Pitta and Engineer Onrtin. Mr. Curtin and tbe fireman say tbe train was slowing np for the stop at West Falls Ohurch ks Mr. Nicholson attempted to cross, and tbat it was evident from his actions (bat the deceased saw tbe train bot evidently miscalculated its distance. Mr. Curtin is one ol the most careful engineers on the road. Mr. Nicholsr-n's remains were carried to his late residence and the coroner sum? moned. The deceased had held the position of clerk in the Pension Office for many years, and lived at West Falls Church. He was a democrat, and was a native ot tidewater Virginia. A widow aod son survive bim He was a hlghtoned and honorable gentleman,and his death is deeply regretted by all the commuters on the B'uemont Branch wbo have travelrd with him nearly everyday for the past 20 years. DEATH OF HORACE A. SWARTZ Mr. Horace A. Swartz, a well-known resident ol this city, died Yesterday morning at Providence Ho'pitsl, Well? ington, after a short illness rt pneumonia. Mr. Swartz bad been at tint institution since Friday only, althone h be had been in failing heal'.b for s me time past. The deceased was 48 years old Hewsg born In Pottstown, IV, aod was un? married. Mr. Swartz carno IO Alexan? dria shortly after the W laington, Alex? andria and Mount Vernon Railway had been constructed from His city to Mouot Vernon, since wbich time be has resided in Alexandria. For many years he was assistant ticket auditor of the elect rc railway. Several years ago he relin? quished bis position with the railway company and became affiliated with his cousin, Mr. J. K. Swartz, also ot this city, m (he tie and lumber business which they conducted in Washington, and was engaged in the lader business at the time of bis death. Mr. Swartz lived --vith Mr. J. K Swartz, a(216 sinth Fairfax street, to which place thc body was taken, yesterday, whence il was shipped (bis morning (o Pottstown, Pa , for bnrial. The deceased was a member of Andrew Jackson Lodge of Masons, Miuiit Vernon Cnapter, Royal Arch Mrhoob, and Alexandria Council, Royal Arcanum. DEATH OF ENGINEEU MOORE. Mr. William A. Moore, an old and well-known engineer of the Southern Railway, died at an early hour yester? day morning in Charlottesville. The deceased was 03 years old. He had been employed on the Southern Railway for forty years, and had resided in Alex? andria np to within a few years ago. He was a member of Roberi Andrews Division, Brotherhood of Locomotive Eogineers. A delegation of engineers left this city this morning to attend the funeral, which took place in Charlottes? ville (oday. Mr. Moore is survived by a widow and six children?Mrs, Fred? erick Schneider. Mr. Ssmuel Moore, ol (his city, and Sirs. Emory, Mrs. Msrk wi ol, Mrs, Howard and Miss Anna Moore, of Charlottesville. He leaves a brother, Mr. Thoa. H. Moore, of tbis city. D. A. R. The annual May meeting of Mooni Vernon Chapter, D. A. R., for (he election ol officers was held at tho home of Mrs. EleanorS. Waahington Howard Saturday afternoon. The fell' ? ig offi? cers were elected! Regent, ? - Kleanor 8, Washington Howard; vi ? regent, Mia. Samuel L. Monroe; r i ling sec? retary, Miss Carrie Btribling; corre? sponding secretary, Mrs Hubert Snow? den; treasurer, Mrs William B, Smoot; registrar, Mrs. Thom-is W. Robinson historian, Mrs. Robert C. Powell. At the conclusion of the busioe** HPs-ion Mrs. Howard most charmingly enter? tained her gues's. ATTEMPT TO ROI. A -AFE, What is believed to have been an at? tempt to rob tbe safe in the store of Mr. R. E. Knight, 1121 King street, at an early hour yesterday morning was frus? trated by persons passing by at the time. Upon an alarm being given Lieutenant Bettie aod Officers Arriuaton ard Young and Special Officer Punkey, of the Siuthern Railway, surrounded the store. The burglars, however, in the meantime extinguished a ligbt which they were using and made their escape by means of the roofs of buildings in the rear. Nothing was missing from the store. TRIALOF ALLEGED MURDERERS Calvin Johnson, one of the four negroes charged with the murder of Walter F. Schultz, tbe Chicago ar i-t, on the fi th of March, will be placed on (rial first at the ri quest of Common wrath's Attorney Brent. Tbe case will be commenced one week from today. Johnson will be reprssented byMr.I-ewis H. Machen. The trial of tbe other negroes will folk w. The Red Cross Snoes for tender foel The ladies who wear the Red Cross Shoe* alwavs wear a smile. Sold only by J. A. Marshall A Bro., 422 King ?tr-?et Hard Crabs Deviled Crabs Crab Salad. Open I'veiuni-s t'niil 10 p. m. BRADDOCK [Straight Ryej SI QT. -JACOB BRILL'S Foot of Kin2 Street_ 200 "??--nail Mild-cured E ster Hams, (Swifts) 13c lb 4 lbe. Best Rice. 2bc 4 Cans Tomat-j-a-. 4 fansftriiig Benn-. 2& ?t Cana Su^ar Corn. . ?"">< 3 Cans Salmon. . 25c 3 Cans Karly June Pea*.. 2f> 3 lbs Evaporate! Peach-* . 3 lbs. Ijirire Prun***.. Mr .1 Can" Virgin.a flak Kia*. tot 3 Packagus Jello. 7 Cakes Star or I'm W. P. WOOtsLM Ai son Both 'phone*. .Royal and Wolfe Streets, lan If. I- -j!!-*-*! ?n.l I1-.MFV -iti-wot* FOR SALE. TH* DWKUi'N'j, Pa.tM Prince street. now nci-upiml by John Donnelly Ai, tbe preiuiMi or at No. 3 Kin- street, apltolw PERSONAL. Mrs. Rice Lewis, of Berry ville, ia vis'iiog Mrs. Marshall MacDonald. Mia* Carrie Wise is visiting 'friends in Warrenton. Mrs. Nicholas Dawson, who bas been visiting ber daughter, Mra. William Pendleten, at Eastville, hu returned to her home on Seminary Hill, accom? panied by Mrs. Pendleton. Miss America Payne, of Baltimore, is visiting her sister, Mra. T. Marshall Jones. Miss Edith Corse, who baa been spending the winter at the home of Mrs. William H. Greene, on Washing? ton street will leave in a few days /or The Plains where she will spend tbe summer. Mr. George L. Summers and wife, of Barnesville, Oa , wbo have been on a vi-nt to relatives in thia city, will leave tomorrow lor tbeir home. Col. Arthur Herbert and Capt. Herbert Bryant are at tbe Hotel Tfayuore, At? lantic City, for a short vacation. While returning from ao excursion do-rn the river on Saturday evening, Mrs. C. E. Nicol waa so unfortunate as to badly sprain her ankle. AMUSEMENTS. As wi!! be seen by tbe Opera House advertisement a great double show is promised for this week and it ia said to be one of tbe bea', vaudeville perform? ances ever presented tbe amusement lovers of tbis city. Nothing but that whicn is good is in ihe cast and a gen? eral gond time is promised all who conn out. At the Alexandria Amusement Com? pany s tbure will ba an entire change of pictures and tbey are first-class in every particular. A glance at tbeir advertisf nirftit will will convince everyone tbat if tbey attend this performauce tonight (ney will he fully repaid for their trouhlr The Surprise theatre offers the fir t balf of the week Beecher and May si i i IO be very clever singers and talker-. Tommy Hayes in a musicsl act cut o' tbe ordinary. Tbis man gets music ott of any old thing at all aud Hal Davit-, cciii**dian, a Virginia boy, a good en? joyable evening is promised all who at? tend, i FINED FIFTY DOLLARS. Nimrod Pollard, colored, waa arrested yesterday hy Officers Rawlett and Sher? wood, fur liping druuk on tbe street, and wben he was taken to police headquarters a pistol was found on bis person. He was brought before the Polio* Court Ibis morning when Justice Caton fined bim |60,_ LOCAL BREVITIES. Fiohtown bas been closed for tbe season. Is the court of honor to rem ain till tbe next time? Is a question being asked jual now. Alexandria Lodge of Elks will meei tonight. A'ter tie adjournment of tbe meeting a social session will be held. Edwin, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Hess, died yesterday morning at their home, 122 Prince stre;t. A meeting of the executive board of the Civic Improvement Association will be beld tbis evening at tbe rooms of tbe cbambf r of commefce. A horne attached to a buggy belong? ing to Mr. Guy Nash, nf West End, fell on Kin,; street, between Fairfax and Royal, this afternoon, and expired. S. W. Marshall, a guard from Ihe penitentiary, arrived here today witb Wm Andrews, colored, of Front Royal, wbo was recently sentenced to the peni t??n'ii-rv by the Circuit Court of Warren county for housebreaking. A resident of (his eily is complaining of vicious dogs (hat are roaming (be streets at present. He was bitten by a canin e n few days ago and went to a lUltfmore institution for treatment, which cost him |60. He was bitten s'-ain this morning by a car, ? Timorr iw will be registration day and oo this date the registrars will sit at radi of the four precincts In the city to register voters. Their work will last fr m sunrise to sunset and they will at? tend to all voters who present their poll tix receipts and show themselves other? wise qualified iu accordance with law. The Colombia Steam Fire Engine Company held a meelina; Siiurdav dikI t st which reaolntions were passed thank? ing the cilvn* genrrally tor the treat? ment accorded tbe membera of the depart? ment at (he recent fire at the lamber yard of W. A. Smoot it Co. Arrangement* were mude for giving an ezcnision to Luna Park May 2b Constable A. J. Payne, nf Fairfax county, on Saturday recovered a val? uable gun which was recently stolen from an ark belonging to Mr. Woodey, of Washington. The ark, which was in the river near "Happy Home," was broken open and robbed of most of Its contents. Four youths were suspected of the robbery, and one of tbem named J-flries on Saturday conducted Con? stable Payne tn a briar pitch marby and showed bim where tbe gun had been bidden. Ice cream csn be pr. cured by the brick, box or bulk at H. Bloch's, 610 King street. ? punting Irom one ofthe pert phrase*, nf Mr. F.iiKiicn: 'There v*8 alway* something diddin'in der goot old Ruiuniertiiiie. " Aol thru' th** g*r.leu of our thoughts we in fancy ? i-loverdill t-iling ita cooing note* to -tine rnst?. tiver the meadows fiom sfir wsl- the strong oloiiferous scent of th* lonesome pine. In the spring a yoong man's fancy turns tn th.i'ightH of love, but iu the -mumer all OW thoughts are centred on the Auth Wand sud those irresistibly delicious Auth Prodncu?"Nowadays the City Market i? the dsily mecca of all good housewives. Syr-ran Bloadbeias, Tha Auth Stand. City Market 'Baie* An- imo'.itf-i," for de onHtration. C ll 00 \V. Il Broughton, 711 King Hireet, (ioma 'ph ne *>i 1: my? lw. OybU-rs in ail at er. Pried Clams every day ii. Clam soap, Monday Wedre-adav si,. I r:dav. C. H. Zimmerman Market Space_ tf The lato;t styles of Suede Pumps and 'ourt Ties at John A. Marshall & Bro, 422 King street Lynnhaven TystersIn ^ Deviled Cf abs Crab Sal-id 10 dozen Frogs just received. S-uah cu Toast Atm- OPERA BOISE CAFE FOR SALK Having decided to visit nv home in I ntl-jr for sile my HOUftK on Prin-e > some household gooda. Call on or Mrs. MATTI Kl. -iWRKNCF. myl7 2w l - 1'rii re uriel High grade machine oile?oils tbat will aol gam. E. e. U_ii*3KATE-. * bO.-_. Washington - D.C. A value not obtainable elsewhere Only store in the city where these shirra are to be had. WOMEN'S MAN-TAILORED SHIRTS $LOO Worth $2.00. So great a value that we we cannot get sizes from the maker faat enough. Made of fine white English madras and white linene. Yoke back. Pocket at bust. Laundered link cuffs. Detachable linen collar. Fasten with pearl buttons. Sizes 34 to 44?collar sizes 12 l<_ to 15. Try, if yon care to do so, to find an equally good valne anywhere ia the cityfat double our price._ What Time ls lt ? Do you depend on your own watch for correct time, or com? pare your time with somebody else's? It's just as easy to carry a rt'liabl" watch in your pocket as one that doesn't run right. If anything needs adjusting about your timer, we can remedy the defects. If you need another watch?a better watch than you now carry?we have that too. In either case we're Jt your service Saunders & Son _42*) King Street _ BASEBALL. Tbe Del Ray Biseball Club won a double-header Saturday afternoon by defeating the Potomsc Yatds Reserves by the score of 6 to 1 and tbe Cardinals Athletic Club, of tnis city, by (be score nf 10 to 8. The badling for lbe first gsme- F. Birrell and Byard Carl. Second g?mr?George Zicbary and L. Sutherland. The pitching of Zichary wu (he fiatnre of the game, etnkicg out 18 men. The first showing of Regal Shoe** in the city, John A- Mar? shall & Bro 422 Kim** street SOFT CRABS Deviled Crabs Crab Salad SPUNK'S CAFE my 7-6mo? OHiNArOLASS AND HOUSEFURN ISHINO GOODS. Fly Wire 12c, 15c and 18c yd, SCREEN DOORS Complete with fixtures, 98c Window Screens 25c, 35c and 40c each. 2 BURNERGAS STOVES From $1.10 up. We sell the Celebrated New Perfection Oil Cook Stove. The best summer Cooker on the market. Elliott's. Cor King and Pitt Sts. I -IU*. s.\ 1,1, OBBAPj A SA ll. B'lAT iii Rood aonditioa sloop rite 26 ft loan I ft wide and 30 incht-silep'h. For further particulars apply to. 732 8. Lee St Alexandria Va. my 17 .lit_ WANTED A couple experioiced BALU L-B1E8, with roo! referent's: al?o neveral hri-*ht yonnj- Indies to aasiat on 8atiird.-iY* myl7 3t_**WAN BROS' A MEETING OK Al I.X \NHRIA LODGE, lt P. O ELKS, will bt held thia MON? DAY NKUfT for Un- Annu-I Poota] sealion by the ttoaon. All inember* are requested to be present WALTER M. DONELLY, Secretary JUST RECEIVED a fre-h Supply of Dr. Jone**-, celebrated II a I tl TONIO DIXON A MCGEE_niylTth St NOTICE,?-Having qualified a- n tor of the tatate of JOHN THEMAS BU.LENOER.-ieeea-e-1, all n-r-uni- indehi ed to sard taint* orv ttqtttotoi to nuke prompt ?ettlemeot of their ii.cl.Me Imm, and all pei. ??ona to whom ?aid e??ate ii indel t.-1 ? quested to present tht ir arrounli properly certified to me for aettlemfcnt JAMES II. CLINE, lil ?*. F.irfax Pt. myl* lot_ Admii i-trator. THEANN"AI. MFET'Nf. of tba mooV. holder* tf LIQUID PAPER- A< KA''*-; COMPANY. Incon-orm***!, will le held at the o'li<-ea of aaid Company, Ho ins 1 and I, A'ex-jiidria National Bank Building, Alex? andria, Virginia, on TDEHbAV. 'une I. 1*09, at 3 o'clock p. m . I>v order o'the Board ofDirectrm, E. C. THOMA*- .-Voretary niy!7th, td_ Flowers For Sale Foal-inch potaolGERA- *t | HA Per NIUMSfornaleat - - ?P I .UU ;, KD% Alao all rarietiee of CDT I LOWERS. Ol? den* for funeral* a specialty. D. G GRILLBORTZER, 814 FRANK! IN* STkl niyll leo_Bell telephone No. 281. KOR MU choi:eloohkh-Y. J.K. GIBBS, Mouut Vernon Motoe Phona t>W, wy! "I** _AMUSEMENTS._ OPERA HOUSE. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM. Double Show Tonight Greatest Vaudeville Ever Given the People of Alexandria. Entire Change of Pictures. limn Fail Ililli *r Alexandria ?*$? ' Amusement Company. 3 REEL". OVER 3,000 FEET PICTURES Memphisto and the Maiden The face on the bar-room floor Fly Pjper (Comedy) The Suspicions Fencing Master The Fairy's Presents Uland Colored) The Love sick Barber (Comedy) Extra added attraction?JIMMY QUINN?the boy baritone singer in Illustrated Hongs. Drawinu for prize* tonight. Number munt tie iu the houae ?*>??!' p m. when article ii drawn. Numbera good every night thia week . SURPRISE- THEATER. Matinee every Saturday from 2 to 5. Doora open ii 4b. Bhowi itarts promptly at 7:15. Beecher & May Relined ainging and talking. I'liiiue inimical artUt. The act ii entirely ditlerent from anything teen in thia city. Hal Davis The Virginia Boy Comedian. Thursday Friday Saturday Wygand & Wygand, Chrissie Waltham and Barnard Boswell. Adults lto-Childre- "ll"' Sc -Notlce THE BANNER STEAM LAUNDRY Announces the opening of ita office, 907 King Street We earneatly aolicit yon patronage for thia Home Industry Plant. Leave package at above addreaa or phone. Bell 203. Our wagon will call. WE Successfully repair watches. Is it any wonder that we are singled out by those who are particular and insist up? on having only the best? RG.AclOB&Siis, Jewelers and Silversmltha. ekesh KGO**. RKt EIVED 300 down EGO*1. Selling for tb ree daya at 20 cents per doaen, Mra. A. O THOM AM. <-iv Kin-r otreet. Country Butter 36c to 30o. Alao Nice Cniakeni. marl ?* FOR RENT HOUSE.-Ne, 330 north St Aaaph street. 6 room* and bath, april tf M. RUBEN ABON8. ROSENFELD'S. 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Hotb 'Phone* Bbtl) 'I'hoiiea No Store Equals This for Hal? tings, Oilcloths and Linoleum. First and foremost wp sell only Standard Qualities?the kind we are sore will give sati-faction. Hecondly. We keep stock* fresh aod new. Thirdly. The prices are always fair, and in many ios'aocea loner than the rame quality ia sold elsewhere. Inlaid and Cork Linoleums We only keep W.1J'**, whioh ii the best ia the world?made lo the United State;. Cork Linoleum, 50c a Square Yard. inlaid, $1 25 a Square Yard. Matting from 17 l-2c to 35c a yard China or Japan. Hood heavy-backed Oilcloth, io all widths, 25o ? square yard. CarpetsiM-de, Laid and Lined Free of Charge ROSENFELD'S. ELGIN BUTTER THE PURE FOOD STORE. 30c Lb. Each print wrapped in parchment paper, which protects it against contamination. The quintescence oi cream trom. the green fields of (Virginia 35c Per Pound. Midland Butter Fresh Roasted Coffees In bulk 18c, 20c, 25c and 35c Per Pound. VoT GALL, PHONE OR WRITE Edward Quinn & Sons, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets NOTICE. We have established temporary offices in Rooms 7 and 8, Alexandria National Bank Building, where all matters in connection with our business will receive prompt attention. We will complete arrangements to take care of our Lumber and Mill Work business in a few days. We ask the kind indulgence of our trade for a very few days, with the assurance tint we will be in a position to handle their business very shortly. There will be absolutely no interference with our Coal, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Cement and Lime busi? ness W. A. Smoot & Co., Inc, Alexandria National Bank Building. 529 King Street. may 13 *f Foot of Princess Street. OLD HOLLY Old Fashioned, High Grade Genuine KENTUCKY WhisRey "Et-ery drink o pl???ur?" (1.00 per Quart 6 Quarts $5.00 Gallon $3.50 12 Quarts $9.50 Packed In plain wrapped packages, shipped express prepaid to any address In Virginia JOEL M. COCHRAN & CO. ALEXANDRIA, VA. JIEAL FOR RENT. 312 south Washington street, 9 rooms brick and bath. $25. 921 norlh Washington street. .tore and dwelling. _ $20. 323 soulh Pitt street, 8 room frame And bath. $15. 6^8 south Patrick street, 7 room frame. $13.50 825 Queen street, (J room frame. ESTATE^ FOR RENT. 426 south Fairfax street, 7 room frame. $10 50, 706 north Patrick street, 7 room frame. $10 321 north St. Asaph streef. 6 room frame. $9. 624 south Patrick street. >i room frame. $9. 342 Commerce street, 6 room frame. 127 Prince street, 8 roo. brick. 209 north Payne street 6 room frame. $12. $10. $10.50. 416 Wilkes street, 7 room frame. $8. $7.50. 621 south Patrick street, 5 room brick. $6.50. John D. Normoyle KIMG AND ROYAL STREETS. Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA, Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,(K)0,(K)0.00__ _$300,000.00 DIRECTORS.! J. J Rt?ey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C C. Leadbeater -lenry K. Fic'd, HenryBaader, Georj^SJ^jnch, J. K. M. Ncrton' We act ao Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel? ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds- Genera! Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Bank s, Corporations, Firms and Individ? uals, and promise liberal treats ent consistent with sound banking methods.