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the Kitchen AU thc necessary family cook? ing: ma7 b* done as wc^ on a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove as on the best coal or wood range. By using: the "New Perfec? tion'* Oil Stove, the annoyance of an overheated and stuffy kitchen is entirely avoided,even in midsummer. The scientific construction of the NEW^PERFECnON Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove ensures quick work and a cool kitchen. The "New Perfection" has a substantial CABINET TOP for warming: plates and keep in? food hot after it is cooked. Also drop shelves on which to set' email cooking: utensils?every convenience, even to bars for holding towel Made in three sizes. Can be had either with or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency. . RtW&Lamp is substantially made of brass, finely nickeled ^emaanttr arKj very hznizomt. Gives a o! lijfht and burns for hours with one filling. Portable, ..r.irnt iu^t what every home nerds. Ii not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY .Incorporated Drink Mico Water. We Deliver Ice in any quantity desired. Come regularly and promptly on the days you designate. Charge you only a fair price. (Jive you thc clearest snlid ice it is possible to obtain. Serve it to you nice and clean. Don't make any muss abmit thc house Always show up on the day and at the time wc promise. How would you like us to i>e your ice man ? MUTUAL ICE CC Phone 51 IMJIKU MIWUL lill * Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 CENTRALLY LOCATED. Places at your disposal every facilityjand service offered by any Conservative Bank Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many interests. We are prepared to properly care for yours. The Board of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank : Judge C. F. Nicol, President. John A. Marshall. Vie? President, ith, Cashier. W. A. Smoot, Jr. W. A. B E. L. Cockrell. W. B. Sn.oo;. Vice President. S. JiuhM-ll Smith, Vite President. i.i. t'arlin. A. II. Hector. P. F. Gorman. Edward G. Portnsr. Invite your accounts, whether large or small, both in the Commercial and Savings Department with the assurance of careful attention. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to bring in their books and have interest due April 1st en? tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. ? 0?0????0?00???M???MOMOOHMO#?0< (HAS. R. HOOFF, President. CFO. F. WARFIELD, Cashier (, L. BOOTHE, vice-President J. J GREEN, Asst Cashier The First Monal Bank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPifATrTT~$ioo,ooo ? ? ?0-0-0 Surplus and Net Profits $175,000 1864 Forty-five Years of Conservative Banking 0 ? 0 0 0 DIRECTORS: 1909 5 C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. flUIR M. B; HARLOW GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr. WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD This hank since it* orfanir.Miori, with scnjiital of$100,000. which hu* irnisined ttoc?bolder* in dividend* 140)1.600, hi il accnmulate'd an un? its ?tex k i* held hy el.art- holders widely distributed, ii* ? H?ong the well-known and sohstantiai busiiess men of this city. Ita r; all department* ha* made for it many friend*. The patronage of th>' pnblic is solicited. Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA; VIRGINIA, Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00 $300,000.00 DIRECTORS. -. J. Rlxey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater ienry K. Field, Henry Baader, George S. French, J. K. M Norton We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel? ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ? uals, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking methods. TUESDAY EVENING. JINK 1. 1909. TBE PHILADELPHIA 9TRIKE. Strikebreaker* aad motormen from other cities were pat to work la Phila? delphia yesterday io aa effort to break the strike of the motormen and coodoo too of the street car Hoes of that city. Notwithstanding them importations, oot a car left any of the barna after 8 o'clock last night, aod at 10 o'clock the last car had beeo taken ofl for the night. Incensed at the bringing ia of the strikebreakers, sympathizers of the strik? ing street car meo made demoostratioos at the barns, where tbe new meo are quartered, aad many arrests were made by the police. Most of tbe prisooers were charged with nothing more serions then calling the working motormen aod conductors names. Considering the number of men oa strike there bare been remarkably few acts of violence. Ooe of tbe chief demoostrstioos was made at one of the West Philadelphia barns wheo tbe strikebreakers, nader heavy police guard, begao tating ont cars. A squad of mounted police had to charge the crowd repeatedly before it dispersed. Finally, the cars were started, but most of them ran almost empty tbe entire length of tbe route while spectators along the sidewalks made scoffing remarks. Mayor Key ba rn stated yesterday thu be would swear in 10,000 extra polic men if necessary, and keep the car* rut ? niog for the coovenieoce of the pu bl :<. The public will be accommodal -ii, the mayor said, "il the city bas to take over tie Transit Company's lines and run tem itself with the fireman, the police u .d extra police." A' a meeting of strikers held last night John J. Murphy, president of the Centrtl Laoor Union, pledged the *uppnit of the Ceutral Labor Union to th^ trolley mer. 'If the Rapid Transit Company don, come to time by Thursday" be raid, 'lhere will be a general ? trike declared by Friday. We will parade Broad street on Saturday aod show them our strength. The elevated aod subway mea, as well as tbe power-house men, sre about ready to join us and, as for my own union, the metalworkers, I can say tbat if they dont, get in line I wi>l let the lights go out. A crowd of strike sympathizers attacked Leslie Snow, a motorman at the Six? teenth aod Snyder avenue barn last ni^i.t. Snow drew a revolver aod tired five bul? lets ioto tbe crowd, but oo one was seriously injured. The police rescued the motorman in time to save him from serious iojury. Tne saloons were again closed at 6 o'clock last night and remained closed until v o'clock 4his morning;. Toe mayor states that precautionary stflpa will be taken every night until there is abso? lutely no probability of rioting. WILL CONTINUE TO SMOKE. "I smoke aud I'll not give it op," was the statement made Sunday anent the anti-tobacco resolution adoptee! at tbe recent Presbyterian General A* aembly, by Dr. A B MiJrum, pastor of the Old Stone Church, which is the most prominent Presbyterian place o worship in Cleveland, Ohio. "Ihe ai sembly had too much to do to waste time on such matter*," he said. "Such actioo does 'nore barm than good. There is alway* some ooe who seeks no? toriety by such 'evolutions. The me ol tobacco is a ms (er of individual con? science. I will not bring tbe matter be? fore my congregation. The members are entitled to their own opinion in the matter. It is no sin to smoke. I use tobacco, and will continue to du so." Riliousiiea* and ConHtitution, For years I was troubled with bilious ness aod constipation, which made lite miserable for me. My appetite railed me. I lost my usual force and vitality. Pepsin preparation aod cathartics only made matters worse. I do not koow where I should have beeo today had I not tried Chamberlain's Stomach sod Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve the ill feeling at once, strengthen the digest? ive functions, purify the stomach, liver and blood, helping the svstsn lo do its work asturally.?Mrs. Rosa Potts, Bir? mingham, Ala. For sale by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. Si ei<? BUNDA. EXCURSION $1.00 lira Minda)-, June 19?1, Beethan Ballway will place on ?ale at 'A'ashinp lon Onion Station, Alexandria (W A <> , Glencsrlyn and Fall* Church rormd trip tooday Excarsioa ticket* i<> eMtio>* M. Ul Blneaxtat, inclusive, limited to lc rate $1 00. taimilar tickets will also bs add to Was! locton, D C-, and return from statioos Bla?? ni.-i.i, to Ashburn, inclusive. No stoj -<?? r ullrm.-.l arni no baggage checked. tickets will be *old until l^entemiier lita, _PROPOSAL . \L MEETING NOTICE.-Notice ** i- herr-bv gtrtll that the annual meeting >i the >tr.rkholder*of The WASHINGTON ULAI. ESTATE COMPANY will bs bell in the principal oAes ot* th* oona pony, No. ni -rnitli Fairfax street, Alixci.dria, Virgini*, .ii MON l?.\Y, the Beveath dav ot Jaas, it 1 o'clock, p m., for the ale ton of offiesTS iud direct jr* for the ensuing year and the :raris*ction of such other burnte** ?<. may ?oijMitiiiioiully come before ?<iii! _Mtiag. for the trannler of ?tock will be. in .'-aturdvy, M?y -*9th and rema'ii so closed mill Tueiday, June 8th, 1909, both date* la ?lusive. Bv order ofthe botrd of director-. WU I AM H. HADEN, Secretary. r<iv W.J9, jeo JPtNINU AND CLOSING OP MAILS Northern mail*, week days, close at 7 10a. ii. and 1130 a. m., and 200. 2 30, < 15 and 10 15 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 5 00 p. m. On SandaycNorthern nail* close at 7 10 a. m., 2 30, and 7 20 'm. Southern mail* via Charlottesville deas at MO And 10 30 a. m., and 3 20, OO and 1015 }. m. Open at 8 00 a. ru. and ti oo p. m. Southern maila, ria Richmond, close at < 45 and IO 30 a. m., and 3 20. 7 15 and 10 30 ). m. Open at 8 a. m., 12 rn and 4 p. m. Manawa* Division mail* clo** at 710 a. m. _d 3 20 p. m. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p. m. Alexandria and Round Hill mail* clo** at ' 30 a. m., and * 00 p. m. Open at 9 00a. m. ind 7 00 p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio mall* close at 3 20 p. ri. aad 10 15 p. m. Oven at 8 00 a. m. and ;00p. m. Washington malla close at 710, a. m. 8 45 ind ll 30 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30, 1 15 and io 15 p. m. Open at 800 a. m., 2 00 m. and 5 00 p. m. and 8 30 p. m. Office Hours-Open at 800 a. m. Close at 100 p. m. Sunday Hoars?Open at 900 a. m. Goss ,t 1000 a.m. Carrier*' Schedale?Collection made on in ide routes?615 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and SOp._. Full rou??615 a. m. and 530 p. ii. Sunday ctllection 4 45 p. m. Carriers' rindow open Sunday 900 a. m. and doss 0 00 a.m. Dalirena* mads 800a.m. 1 20 p. m. aad 00 o.m. All mail aho-d bs la th* offios Isa mlaatsa ?Aaa oar 1 adios? tims tor dostaa. Tlie Best MEDICINE To Wake up your Liver and Purify your Blood TAKE IT NOW THE GENUINE ha* Ihe RED Z on th* Iron! ol each pacfcaga and th* ?ionalura and (eal ol J. H. 2EILIN ? CO., on rho tide, IN RED. LF< ;.\ L WfyTlCOES _ VIUGIN1A.?In the Clerk's oftre of tne Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on rix-:<nt dav of May, 19C9. William ll. Ii minker | v?. b chancery. Mary E. R*nn?k*r, j Memo. The ol jeer ot this snit ia to obtain a .liv..nt- n vinculo from the defe. dani, Mary E. B munker. lt appearing byan affidavit filed in this canto that the de'endant, Mary E. Bannaker, i* a Boa-resideot of tata BtMet lt is Orlereil: That said def ndar.t appear hce wiihm fifteen dftv?af(*r itt pabltastioa of this rirder, n il do a h t is n-. Bi irv to pro? tect lier later it, ai,.I lint s erny oe forthwith in-erle.l in IbeA texan rinGas-tte, a newspKi? r pnbl'sred is rh* rity of Alex andria, 01 ce a w-ek fer fur suece**ive week*, - rid |o*t-.l at the fr.n.t door of th* Court Hi um- . f tl.j. city. A copy ? Trna. NEVELL K, fi RE RNA WAY. He'k. Bl LOOII N. I" n ky, D C. nowsrd W. Smith, p q. my] ?.? iii VIRGINIA? I a the f.'lerk's Office ofthe Corporaiioa Court of trie City of Alexau? dria, oa tbs 16th day of M*y, IS**. I -> Pavarini and Alex*n'<c- Pavarir i, her hn-haod, BOOplainant* vs. Giuliano Dolcini defend min. la ebaawtey. Memo. Un o'jut of this suit is to obr?in a partitina by asl*, sf tbs tte! tat te of which Lpfsaao Dot?al died talsed and a .imtnbu tion ri the proceeds t hereof amongst those en titled thereto. / It appearing by an affidavit filed in thi* caiiFe that the defendant, (iiiiiiano Dolcini, ina non-resident of this stole: It is Or? dered, That "aid defendant appear here with? in fifteen days after due publication of this ..nli-r, and do what is necessary to protect bia interests in this suit, anrl that a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in the Alexan dria (iarette, a DOWSpapaf ptlhlnhed in the f Alexandria, once a week for 'our *u<j trasks, aud posted at the front door of rhe Court Howat of this city. A copy?Tkxtk NEVELL S. GREENAWAY. Clerk. Charles Banda??, p. q. myla w4w-a X/lltOlNIA.?In the Cerk'? Office ofthe * i ir' nit 'on n of tl I Citj if A ex-iud ri a, ..ii the l_tta risa of al \J, I Fl..Lin-; J. Hassler 1 vs. > in Chancery. Boy l> Ha?sler J M. mo Th* object of tbis wit istoobUiu an sbsr.lute divorce for complainant frr.ui Ihe ndant. lt appearirg Hv rn alli lav't tiled iu thia sase thal ti >? rlef*ad*ot, Boy D. Ussslsr is a non rei.lt".t of this Stale: lt is ' Inlett I That taid liefr-n.laiii iipp-ar here within fifteen day* after dat pul.In- tkw of this order, anti do what is necessary to protect hi- I a ter ott* in ?In- tait, ano t lilt I copy of this order hs forthwith in-fite.| oi tat Alexandria Qasttta a newspaper pahl shed in the City of Alexau dria, "BOO a weak for fur tui-ce**ive weeks, and potted at the front door of the Court Howe of this city. A copy?tk-ti:. hi VKU.S. GREENAWAY. Cba'lei Bsadaatm, p. sj. mayl.t w-Jw th WIRI,IMA.-In the Clerk's Office of the " Oatporaiion Owl of the City of Alex? andria, ou the l7th day of May. 1U09. Oscar \V. Wyatt ) ?a, fin chancery. Floy T. Wyatt j Memo. The object of this snit ia lo oStain for complainant a divone a mens* et thoro from ths .lefioidi'iit Mid that al the proper time for a divorce from the hood ol matri? mony fro.u the defendant, and for general re? lief. Ii appealing by sn affidavit filed in thia cause ih . th- defendant, F'oy T. Wyatt, i* a non-resideot of this 81 Ito: li ii Ordered, That sai'* defendant appear here within lifter-ii IWdnapabUeat oa cf thia order, and do what is asotasary ta protset ' ?r iircre*t* in this salt, nd that a copy of thin Tiler be forthwith iasei d in the Alexsnrlria Gi ??tt?, a newspaper pub. '?d in the City of Ai r sndiia, oinea week l i ' oir surcesiive weeks and post?<< at the front ,'oor of the Court House of tlii< city. NEVELL S. (.RKENAWAY. Clerk, Lewis II. Machen, e.a. A copy?Te?te myl" wiwin __J!U I LDINt^jATJSKIAUj^ SMOOT & CO (Snacesaor to J. Rector Smoot A Oe.) ma mm JL-riJJLWIIU, Manufacturers ot OOOB AND WINDOW FRAMES, MOULD. INGS. Ac. OEAI.RRS IN LUMBER, dHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME. CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT Nc, 21; north Union strast, Alexandria, Va, T.o?rmr Delivered tn* in ths edtr. [ESTABLISHED 1&-.1 HIM K. FIELD k GO. Successor* to JOSIAH II. D. SMOOT, Lumber and Mill Work OF ALL KINDS. Lime, Cenent and Plaster Offlr* acd Yard 115 8. Union (treat, Factory No. Ill N, Let street. J_r*Material Delivered FREE in thserltv, E. o. LEADBEATER & SONS, OLABKKCI C. LKADBKATBB, President, BDWABD8. LBUDBKATaa, Viot President, JOH* i.BADBBATKB. Sec. and Traanrar K-TABLI8HKD 178a. (iaooBPOs-Tmo.) Kannfacturing Pharmaciata and Dealers li Paint*. Oil*. Window Glan*, DyeetnfJs, Spiota druggist*' Fancy Goods and Specialties. Im porter* of Tooth Brnshe*, Hair Broahta, Ptr nmtry, Olivt Oil, Ac. Agent* for John Luca* A Co.'s. Tinted Slows Paints, Masary'a Liquid Colors aad > vet's Lead and Zinc Paints. Goods shipped ths dsy order is received Quotations furnished by rstars 8?IL Oat mroemitnmim anllnltait OTTERBURN Liihia aod Magnesia Spriggs WAtER. Greatest known Water for Dys tepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and ,iver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it nd testify to its great merit. 'RANI WARFIELD, Druggist Saoottaor to WARFIELD A RALL. PHONE 144 BOLE AGENT. S W, Corner Fairfax and Priaoe Strata AGRICULTURAL. RICHARD B. WAHLES MANUFACTUKEU OF FERTILIZERS Officb aud Storbk: 115-117 N. Royal -t Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agn cultural Implements, Vehicle* Harness, Field and Garden Seeds. warehouses, south inion street, ok link of southern railwav. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will always keep iu stock the highest grade of these articles. novo Iv G.! W. Hsrvar, JR., I D. C. Kichakdsoh Pres't A Treas. Secretary. -THK Bry antFerti lizer Company Maxufictartrs of rEBTILIZEBS. FERTILIZING MATE? RIALS, PURE BAW BONE AMD FINE GROUND NOVA 9O0T1A LAND PLASTEK. Office: Burke and Herbert'* bank building. fa lory aad Wharf: Foot ol !>._? c..... Alexandria. Va_ John P. Robinson, Gko. 8. Fri- nc ii, President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company. MANUFACTURERS OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fer? tilizer & Chemical Co.'s Prodncts. Capacity: SO.(HM) ton* per annum. Prince** Street and Potomac River ff?Mt Alexandria.Virginia. _ATJOjnO^JU^R_ R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. Sale of Valuable Real Estate. Puranant to a decree e.f the Circuit Court for the City of Alexandria. Virginia, wherein Ellen C. Dangerfield is tbe plaintit), and Henry Dangerfield, et als, aro the defend? ant*, entered on 'he twenty-sixth day of .Sep? tember one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, the undersigned will oder for ?ale, at public auction, in front ofthe Market Bui diug on Royal Stre?t, the following real ?-Ute, in the City of Alexandria, Virginia, at twelve o'clock in, on THURSDAY, the tenth day of June: 1. House and lot ru the east side of V:i-h ington street. Hui feet 7 inches south rf King Mr,et, and running scuth, on Waahington ?treet 30 feet; thence east, parallel with King street, 12.3 fest 6 inches; thence north 36 feet inohen; thence west 60 feet 6 inches: thence south fi feet ~t inches, and thence west 6> feet, to the beginning !. All that square of ground containing two acres, and hounded hy Oronoko, Fayette, Princes*, and Payne streets. This square is on the r-tilroad and one of the trent square* for business or dwelling pur? poses in the city: 3. Lot on the sooth s-de of Princeas street, 31 feet 7 inches east of Royal street, and rmi niug thence east, on Princess "treet. 19 feet ladMK thence south, parallel with Royul ?tK.et.83 feet 3 inches to an alley 1 r feet wide; thence weston aaid alley HI feet 7 inches; aud thence north 83 feet 3 inches to the point of beginning, with the right of use of said alley. 4. Lot at the intersect on of the loath side of Prince** street, with the east side of Koyal street, fronting 20 f-et on Princess street and running back with Royal street >3 feat 3 inches, to an alley 10 feet wide, with the use of aaid alley Terms of sale: One fourth cash, and the balance in one, two, and three years, with in? tercut, ir all cash, at the option of the pur? chaser. J. K. M. NORTON, E. C.THOMPSON. ('..mmissioueri of Sale, I, Nevell S, Greenaway. Clerk of the Cir? cuit '"ourt of the City of Alexandria, Vir? ginia, do certify that llie bead, ss required of ihe above eotnmissioasr* of.isle, was given. NEVELL S. GREENWAY.Cl rk. By I uris N, Di ri ky, D.C. myl9 td By Samuel II, Lunt, Auctioneer. A UCTION S.\LE,-HaleofadesiMbl? Kesi *? dence and two lots of ground in l?el Ray, Alexandra County, Virgini-t. Rv virtue and pursuant to the terns of a deed of trust dated November 9ih, 1MB. exe? cuted bv Susie Sullivan and (J. E. Sullivan, her husband, lo me, Robins ni Moiroire, as Trustee, aud ofrseord in Dead Rook No. 119 at page 40 ofthe Land Bsoorda of Ale. .ndria Coiii/v, Virginia, a! tl e (tritton iq... directn.: of the party ther- seciirnl.del'tii. having Let made in Hie i tiienl of the note secure 1 leed o. trust, the undersigned ti istee will cti-r for sale at pul> i.,-am lion, on the premire*, in Del Ray,Alex? audria Jounty, Virginia, ou WEDNESDAY, June 10th, 1909 at 5 o'clock p. m. those (wo lots of ground witb the improvements thereon and tin- tm* purteuani'ts thar*to trel'.nyiug, locat-d iu Alexandria County, Virginia, cn 1 designated sud known as lots ai?band Ml sud .145 in a certain plan of lou called Del Ray, aorvayel by D. J. Howeil, Surve>or, as shown on the plat thereof wiiicb in dully roOOtdsd among the lai.d records nf Alexandria ( ountv, Vir? ginia, in Dee I Book O No. 4 at page 440 end following. Tbs said hits ure improved by a nice frame h use. fenns of sale: Cash, Conveyancing at the cent ofthe purchaser or purchasers. ROBINSON MONCUKE. Trustee. my292aw tl _ MEETINGS. THE ANNEAL MEETING of the stock holders ef I loJJID PAPER-PACKMiE COMPANY. Incorporated, will ba held at the olin es of saiil Company, Rooms 1 and I, Alexandria Nations! Bank Building, Alex? andria, Virginia, ou TUESDAY. lune 1, 1909, at 3 o'clock p. m.. bv order ofthe Board of Directors, E. C. THOMAS Secretary myl7th, td AMEBTINi. of the stockholders of thc WASHINGTON ASPHALT BLOCK A ri LE COMPANY will be hell st 107 N.Fair? fax street on MONDAY the 7th day of June, it 2 o'clock p. h., for t'e purpose ot elt<ting i board of directors or at'euding to a-ey other luuness that may be brought before the meet ng. By order of P. MALONEY, President. my24 ld_ _ rm: annual meeting of the ? stockholders of the UNITED STATES tEAJTY COMPANY of Wsshington, D. C , ncorpo'ated, will he held at its principal iffice, 111 south Fairfax street, Alexandria, /irgini*. on MONDAY, .lune 7, 1909, at !:!0 p. m., at which time the election of Director* ami Officer* will be held and si ch >ther business will be transacted as will onie up, 8. R. NORMAN, Secretly. my29td 7or Saturday and Sunday. We will have Frown Custard and all other avon of lea Cream. Our Fruit Oat? is tads from Freah Frnits. Wholesale and Retail. rt. BLOCH, bj?* Both Phones. SAMUEL E. LINDSEY, ^eal Estate, Loan, INSURANCE. j Sim' t?King St -2d Floor I The VELVET KIND ! ? " IO: CREAM. "? ? All cream pasteurized. ? All can* sterilized Sold at sou.; fountain. Special borae delivery. Leave orders with ? Tsylor's Pharmacy. THE ALEXANDRIA Iron Works Foundry, Machine Work and Blacksmithing Slrncloral Iron 2 Specialty Manufacturer of Patent Tarban Pomp for dalry and suburban homes. Agent for coal oil engine, tbe onlj safe power around buildings (Bend na your Inquiries for anything ia Iron. J. & H. AITCHISON, Machinist.' and Engineers. Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machinist Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Valves, Ftc Blacksmithing and Repair* ing Prom ply Executed IN3U RANGE. General Insurance Agency LAURENCE STABLER, geom No. 4, Burke _ Herbert Bldf Ths companies represented in thia office have assets of orer $100,000,000. Amonr/ ither* are: Hartford Plre Insurants Co. Liverpool ft London & Gloat Aiton Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fha _ Marino. Prompt attention given to adjustment ot lotte* and all mattara connected with insnr nnon nntl lr* Motor Boat INSURANCE Fire and Marine. Protect Against Damage of any Kind. harrie"white IN8URAr.CE and BONDING. Office 119 South Fairfax Street._ Let Us Tell ?You how to earn from $75 to fiine> per month at pleasant employment It require* only nix Week* iii prepHri' yourself. The eos! in-mull ami th* cou me may he ps.d for in sni'll weekly installment*. Mr. N* rio?, ii Hill, our president, will he in Alex :n rn at the Rant?el lintel everv Sunday norning where he will he pleated to give tree par? ticulars lo tho** interested. AlTOMOBlLrCOLLEGE, OF WASHINGTON 1323 14th Street, Washington.DC Phone North 4033. myl9 2w? UNIVERS1Y OF VIRGINIA FIe*d of Puhlic Bch ol System of VirK'-i:i* Letters, Science,Law, Medicine-, t:ngi ?ooetag LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE :o needy and oaanrtlaa. atadeata, iio.oo overs all ro<ts lo Virginia ritudenia in the College. Bend for catalogue. HOWARD WINSTON, Re*ivtr*r, Uuiveraity I'ostotlice, Va. mayf. wfiw-th B ? f) The Best of Everything. * IMPORTED j Bay Rum ? a) Produced in Porto Rico. % kt Most Refreshing. # | 40c pt. bot. ? ; Taylor's Pbarmacy, ? IM KOIOSTBIIKT. Z f Right Bell. Both Phones. X >?????????????????? ii n )K-<ELLKR AN I) Si ATKINKK Steel Die ?mbossed Stationery "Alexandria Virginia" i dark blue letters. The very latest. Fer Hale by ' . F. DYSON & BRO., ?08 KINO ST. Next to Opera House. Rel I Tele phone 278. We LAUNDER Anything; that Can tin Laundered Special work left at onr office, MT King 8 ., before 0 s. m. will be fin? ished same day il desired. Gire na a trial. Phone Ml (B 41). Our wagon will call. The BANNER STEAM LAUNDRY 90? OIIONOCO nun, iLABABTUfEai i .-^beater's in Iftesa 'erent tints, is free from poi*onou* matter I has strone dUioftctiug qualities snd roughly aanitary ia every reapeol. ali RAIL80AD81 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Trains leave Uniob Station Alexandria In Effect May SOU), 1909. N. B?Followin* schedule figure* publish*, only a* information, and are not goturtaieee) A. il.?Daily Local between Waching ton aud Dauville. 8:07 A. M.-Daily-Loeal for Harrison burg, and way stations.. 9 17 A. M.-D&ily-U. S. Fast Mall. Stop. oniy for passengers for point* south at whioc scheduled to stop. Fir* clan* coaches, Bleep? ers to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep ers fo New Orleans. Dining car service. 4:27 P. M. Daily?Washington and V limited. Steeping oar* between Nv - gusta Aiken kjo JacfcsouT?' ? nrst.cle>scojebes between '? Jacksonville. Dining c.s.- i Califor"! ? triweekly. 4:32 P. M.?Week Days-Local for risoiiburg and way station* on Mm. branch. 5:12 P. M.?Dally?Local for Warran* and Charlottesville. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Washington and Cha tanooga Limited (ria Lynchburg;. pla** conch and sleeping canto Roo- ??*? Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis, er to Birmingham and New Orleans. W ington to Roanoke. Dining car service 11-03 P. M.-DaUy~New York and Nh Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, cl' and observation cars to New Orleans. Sleet er* to Asheville, AtlanU,and New Orleans Sleeper to Charlotte. Dining car service. Through trains from the South arrive ai Ai exam!ria 6:13 and 6:38 A. M. and*12:23 P. M. 8:13, and 10:23 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg 12:08 1'. M. week day* anet 9:13 P. M. daily. From Charlottesville 7:63 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. AO. Station, week diijsst ?.?; a. M. aud 1:40 and 428 P. M. for Blnemont; 6:35 P. M. week 'aye for l.eesourg; 5:15 P. M. daily for Hluemont and 9-02 mud 9:22 A.M .local, on Sunday, only tor bmemont. Forde?lied schedule figure*, tickets. Pull man reservation, etc., apply to WILLIAM 0. LEHEW, Union Ticke Agent, Alexandria, Va. C. H. Ai'KKKT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr B. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. W. H.TAYLOE.Gen. Passenger Agent. L. 8. BROWN, General Agent. _Waahington .^TL C_ Washington Southern Ry Schedule in eflect Jan. 4th, 1909. Train* leave Union Station for Washington and points north at 8 02, 8 2.1 and 8 33 a. m., 1211,230,807,818, and 1133 p. m., week days Sundays?8 23 and 8 33 a. m., 12 01, 8 07, 8 18 arc n 33 p. ?. For Fredericksburg, Richmond and point* south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and ll .12 a. m., 4:02, 5 17 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week days. Mundays?4 37, 7 1*, and 9 23 a. m. 4 02, 517 (local), and 7 52 p. m. Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 S3 a. m. week days. Ne/ra:?Time of arrival* and departure* and connections not guaranteed. W.P.TAYLOR. _Tra/. Mgr._ i Washington, Alexandria A Mt. Vernon Railway. In effect May 1, 1909. LBAVS ALHXAlf DHU, For Washington, from corner Prince aad Royal streets, week days, at 640, 6(;6, Iff, 6 30, 6 40, 6 65,7 06, 715, 7 30, 7 40, 7 50, Bl <, 815, 8 25, 835, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 '-n. 10 10, 10 30, 10 50, ll 10, ll 25, ll JO, ll 10 a. m., IS 10, 12 25, 12 SO. 12 ro, 110, 1 25, 1 i0, 1 50, 2 10, 2 25, 2 ?0, 2 50,3 05, 3 25, 3 36, 3 50 4 U 4 25, 4 30.4 40, 4 55. 5 10, 6 26, 5 35, 6 5u, 6 0 ,6 2U, 030, 6<5, 7 00, 715, 7 25. 8 00. 8 3>, 9 00, 930, 10 00, 1030, ll 10 and 1156 p. m. 8undays-7 00,7 35,810,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20, 9 40, 100 ,10 20, 1040, 1100. 1120 and 1140 a. m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 100,120,140,2 00 2 20, 140, S 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40, 5 I "I 520,540,600, 6 20,640,7 00,720,740,8 00 830, 900, 930,1000, 10SI, and ll lo p.m. fob Momrr vbrwob. Leave Aloiand ria for Mount Vernon, we k day*. 6 46, 6*6, 7 56, 8 61, 10 2b, ll ib. a. u?. U 2.5, 1 2S, 2 tnt, 330, 4 4d, 5 86, 6 30. 7 35, 8 ?0, 9 50, 10 6li um ll 60 p. m. baadaye?7 00, 8 30. 930, IO 30, U30a.tr>., 12 ;?), 1 SO, J SO, I 30, 4 30, 6 30, 6 30, 7 3) 8 46 and IO 16 p. m. 8CURDUI.K FOR ALEXANDRIA C1TT CAB. NORTHBOUND. Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60, 10 25, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 30, 1 0>, 1 36. 2 05, 2 45, 3 30, 4 06, 4 35, 6 0o, 6 40. 6 30, 7 06, 7 45, 8 25, 9 (SI, 8 40 p. i?. BOOTHBOUHn. Leave Spring Park 8 06, 8 30, 8 66, 9 35, 10 10, 10 45, ll 20 a. m.; ll 16, 12 50, 1 20, 1 60. 2 30, 3 16, 3 60. 4 20. 4 SO, ? 50, 7 25, e 10, 8 4o, 9 2o, lo w p. m. ZHHH *PLAMXR8. ___~ MAB YIAN D. DELAWARE AND VIR CINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. SPRING SCHEDULE. Steamer* of Thi* Line _?** * i*j andria on aud niter Mav 1.5, 1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY at 4:30 p. B fob Baltimore and usual river l Calline and appoint?eau Freight for Baltiu.r Ni w i ork solicited ?:. Through rates and bill* of lading Single fare to Baltimore, $2,60; roi- I $3.60. stateroom*, one way, ILM. kl ? . REARDON A GRIMES, Agents. Foot of Cameron ntreet. (rlllK'KKIK W. A. JOHNSON (SOI. WHOLESALE GROCERS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Aud Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Bye, Old Cabinet and Mono rram Whiskies : also Baker'sAnd Thornpaou'n Pore Bye Whiskies, to which they invite tho attention of the trade. Orders from the country for merchandise shall receive prompt attentiou. DonsigarueDt* of Flonr, Grain and Country Produce solicited, for which they guaraaUe he highest market prices and prompt returns N. E corner Cameron and Boya! Streets. JOHN AHERN & CO., rVHOLESALE AND BETA a GBOCRBB Ar.d Dealers la PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. 'onntry Produce received daily. Our if Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces I thing to be had in this line. Vt hold largely in United States bonded rai-ehouse and carry in (tock varioaa breads or the bent PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES lads. Have also in store superior grades Oi Foreign and American WINES ALES, BROWN STOUT, Ac. aa*<*8*?r/acticn Guaranteed as to Price aad Quail ty.-** Corner Prince and Commerce Rime-. ^FINANCIAL. ha B. imoKK, ) I QA?Mm L. Boora a ii:k.sIi?em. )' I Vice Presideot, GKO. K. IVAKFIKI.U, eASHIKK. "irst National bank, Albxahobia, Va, tewlKnated Depository of t_a United SUttea. APITAL . . 1100,001 UBI-US AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS .... Si?,00l Direotors: HAS. _. HOOFF, J. F. MUIR, . L. BOOTHE. M. B. HARLOW B. BAEB. JR. Prompt attention gi van to all barine**, la adJng collection* ihroagaoat aka Vuinnt ?te? and Ku rope._ . E-TABL-M1ED 1862. HJRKE& HERBERT, Bankers. Modernly e'loipped for banking in it* vari " brar.. ? D-posits recrivtd subject to check at sight .HrtTtioi.^ nada <>n al' point*. High-grade investment securities bought d sold. ? . Letters of Credit and foreign Exchange rnish*d. He tn I^p^sie Boxes for rent. A Saving* Department in which interest ia owed os dtpouts.