Newspaper Page Text
VOLUME CX.-NO. 12."> EX^DRlXVA. AV EI) N KSDAY EVENING^.JUNEjJ^Og. PRICE 2CEKTS DOCTORS MISTAKES Are 9?!d of ton to bu burled six feet under ground. But many times women call oa their family physicians, suffering, as they Imagine, ow from dy<pept>ia, another from heart disease, another from liver or kid? ney disease, another from nervous pros? tration, another with pain he-re and there, and in this way they present Rilke to themselves and their oasy-going or over busy do*'tor. separate diseases, for which he, ii 'u to bo such, prescribes BU pills and potions. In reality, they ure all only symptoms caused by some uterine MMkSS. The'prr^lcian,>H?riorant of the coukc of surrVniigJfcsf ps uprKstreatment until large bills are mane. _UiT>ulTerlrig patient gets no bi'Ur-rSjjJlT.iSrHi^rktbe *rong treatment, but probably wor7K_4 propr-r mr-dirjn<-lik.. Dr l'ler_?'? Knvr)r[ta I>-.. npTirrri. ./orr/. ?/ o, the cnune w.uTiT ri .is. .~i rr- Q.rr.o.i'^'.i u..."^..^^ there* by eIi";Vl!ing aTT tlioio aistTi-iSing symp t and instituting comfort Instead of prolonged misery. It has been well said, that "a disease known is half cured." . . Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription I* a Scientific modlrine, carefully de-vised by sn experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate system. Itlsmadoof native American medicinal rexits and ls perfectly harmless In ita elf.rts uiT1.ni ^mtllto.n ..T77!7: Tern.flfl tusttin. Aft a powerful Invigorating tonic "Fa* Tarlta Prescription* imparts strength to the whole system and to the organs dis? tinctly feminine in particular. For over? worked, "worn-out," run-down." debili? tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop-girls," honse-ki nursing mother*, run! feeble women gen? erally. Dr. Pierce's I avorite Prescription I* the greatest earthly boon, being un* erjualed as an app tl ?ng cordial and re? storative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening nerv? ine'ta von ie Prescription1 is unequaled and is Invaluable in allaying ami sub? duing nervous excitability. Irritability, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria) spasms. St. '? dance, and other distressing, nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organ of tba Uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental nnxlety and despondency. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invigorate the Stomach, liver and bowels. Ona ta three a dose. Lasy to lake as candy. DRY UOODo. Suit RADICALLY REDUCED. Practically every woman wants to own a Cloth Suit for summer,for there are in? numerable times, at moun? tains, seashore or home, when a Cloth Suit is call? ed into service Here's the opportunity to get the necessary suit; this sale affects every Cloth Suit in stock. All sizes in one style or another. $14.98 and $17.98 LADIES' SUITS PPP Daily deliveries made to Rosemont, Braddock, Lloyd's, Del Ray, St. Asaph, St. Elmo, Ad? dison, Arlington and Falls Church. D. im AN o Sons Uh KING STREET. HELL 'PHONP. HOME 'PHONR HOI ?E FURNISHING. ???? Need a j Refrigerator | We ve had i good many 1 years of experience w ito re? ] (riverston Different nukes ] bave their special features W e handle lae ones which J combine the irreateat num.- T greatest num? ber of yood features The saving of ice the first con? sideration. Ice Chest <<j__j From - - V* U P. ? Refrigerators jjjg_| j M. RUBEN & SONS j 601 King St J ??*-*? ???? ?^?????* ? 2dc)^initia(bcGxtte. PTJBMfiHKD DAILY AND TBI-WBKKI.T AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 4 312 PRINCK STREET. Tremr: Daily?1 year, $6:00 6 month* $3:50; 3 month*, $1:26; 1 month, 43 cent*; 1 week, 10 centa. Tri-weekly?1 year. $3.00; 6 month*, $1.60 3 month*. 75 cent*: 1 month, 25 centa. Marriage and death notice* mut be paid for lu Hilvat.ee. [Entered ai the Post??ce of Alexandria, Vlx gioia. as *econd-ela** matter. I Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex? ceed theirspace unless theexceaa ia paid for at transient rate*, and nnder no circum? stance* will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate buiinesa in the spar* contracted for. Resolutions in memoriam, of thank*, tributes of respect, resolution* adopted by societies or yersons, unles* of public concern, will nly be printed in the paper as advertiae ment*. CHARGED WITH MURDER. Dr. Haldane Cleminson, the young Rogern Park, Chicago, physician who-e wife waa found dead under mysterious circumstances, wai placed in a cell at the police station yesterday morning. A formal charge of murder wa* made. Tbe storks he had told of finding his wife lifeless* at his side on Sunday morn? ing has been throughly unsatisfactory to the police. His witt's death waa sup priseelly dun to chloroform poisoning. Dr. ('leminson acuerted that burglar* ohloroforrned him snd his wife while they slept. H'.ncfi the tragedy Dr. Clem? inson has neon in a hospi'al. The funeral of Mrs. Cleminson was held yesterday. Dr. Cleminson attended under police guaid. He took a Issi look at tbe br dy and maintained his com? posure. The coroner yesterday submit? ted ihe womm's viscera tn a chemist to uncertain whether any poison other than chloroform caused death. Chief of Detectives O'Brien yester? day said that Dr Cleminsim's declara? tion that be and his wife had been chlo? roformed by burglars was not credible. The money and spoons which the phy? sician said wera stolen were found in a closet of bis house. "I ref ase to answer on advice of counsel," is the prisoner's answer to questions of the police. Detectives yesterday discovered a l! lirt's ship where Dr. Cleminson is alleged to have purchased flowers fr two wemen whose names are known to thp police. Dr. Cleminson confessed last night o Capt. Kane tbat the story he firat lolii that tiurgulais chloroformed hia wife, was untrue. Dr. Cleminson also asserted that he never bad |60 which he declared was stolen Irom him, and that ihe jewelry soppossd lo be missing ind the silverware were hidden in his pockets by himself. "Then you murdered your wife?" asked Capt. Kane. "I retune to answer on advices cf counsel," replied the doctor. "Why did you tell an unttuth about the burplnr* and the missing jewelry and the |6 .'" asked Capt Kane. "I refuse to answer on advice of coun? sel," replied the prisoner. All fnrther questioning by the police failed tn reveal anything shedding more light ou the mnrder. POSTMASTER'S SALARIES. The annual readjnstment ofthe sala? ries of postmaster* was announced yes terday nt the I'oslotlice Department. The following increases were mado in Virginia: Increase: Amherst, from $1,0(10 to $1,100; Appomattox, fiom 1,100 to I,. 200; bridgewater, from 1,Km to 1,200; Buena Vista from 1,600 to 1.700; Burke* ville, from 1,200 IO 1,800; Cambria, from 1.100 to 1.200; Clarks ville, from 1,400 to 1,600; Cillege Park, fro- 1, 100 to 1.200; Oalpeper, from 1,900 to 2,000; Franklin, I,Min to 1,900; Har? risonburg, 2,400 io 2 500; Herndon, from 1,300 IO 1,400; Jonesville, 1,1(10 to I 200; Keys^ille; from 1.100 lo 1, 200; I eesburg, from 1,900 tn 2,000; .Manchester, from 2 400 tn 2,600; North Emporia, from 1,200 to 1,400; Pulaski, Irom 2,000 to 2 100; Rockvmnunl, from 1,400 to 1,70(1; Salim, 2,000 to 2.100; "altville, from 1,400 to 1 MO; South Norfolk, from 1,100 to 1,200; Warren? ton, from 2 ooo to 8,100; Waverly, 1, 800 to 1,400; Waynesboro, from I 900 t. 2,000; Wytheville, from 1,900 ti .? ooo D.-crea*r? : Abingdon, from $2,200 to $2,100; bedford City, fross 2,800 io 2,200; Boydtos), from 1,400 to 1,800; Charlotte Courthouse, from 1,200 to 1,100; Clifton Forge. 2,800 to 2 200; Clincnpor.', from 1,no o fourh class. Covington, from 2 100 to 2,000; Oie-e, from 1,60010 1,600; Dry Fork, from l,2oo io fourth class; Fortress Monroe, (rem 2,700 to 2,600; Martinsville, from 2,ooo n 1,900; Newport News, from S. 100 to 8,000; Norfolk, from .'!,SOO lo |8,700; Norton, from 1,900 to 1,800; Parksley, from 1,000 ti fnnitb cl***; Pennington Csp, from 1,400 to 1,800; Pine Bsacb, Irom $1,700 _ fourth das-. Pocahontas,'from 1,800 tn 1,700; Rad? ford, 'rom 1,4(11) to 1,800; Wakefield, from 1,400 to 1,800; Wise, Irom 1,200 to 1,100. __________ MA85 MEETING PROHIBITED. Mayor Nolan, of Evansville, Ind., yesterday afternoon showed plainly that he was io earnest when hs said there should be no disorder in Evansville on account ol tbe strike, if it was in his power to prevent it. Bjo Commons was arranging tn hold a mass meeting. Toe mayor instructed Chief of Police B ennecken to notify Commons tbat no torchlight processions, patades, mass meetings, cr public dem? onstrations of any kind will be permit? ted in ryansville dnnng the strike. The court made an example of a stone thrower yesterday, that will help materi ally to break the strike. William Rapp, "ho stoned a car Monday, was tined $10 and *ent to jail for thirty days. Tbecompauy paid $100 to the city at once for the police pension fond, hav? ing offered such a reward lor the con? viction ol any one destroying its prop* I MOUNT IDA 15 Minutes From Washington, Immediately on Car Line. Every one says that il is the most beautiful spot between Washington and Alexandria. With the splendid improvements we are now putting in one will have all city conveniences with the pleasure of the country. We ore determined to make this a strictly first class residential section, and while we are selling the lots extremely cheap to the first buvers, we have such restriction in the deeds that it can never be anything but high class propertv. We are glad to say that the best people of Alexandria and Washington seem to appreciate this , by the way they have bought the lois Ihe first few days we have had them on sale. Over 65 lots sold in lour days. Many new houses will be built at once. Come out and see the besntiiul property go up on tha high hills, and a nong the stately oaks when you can look over tbe beautiful city of Washington and tbe historic city of Alexandria and the biautiful Potomac Mowing below yon, and yon will be charmed. No such view can be had elsewhere around these patts. Remember until Jane ht lots will remain st the low price of $100 up. Any terms to snit. Alter Jane Ut they will be advanced. Ask c inductor to put you ct! at MOUNT IDA. Company's otlice at station, Mount Ida Realty Co., Inc., JAS. S. GROVES, President and Manager, Write for maps and contracts if you cannot come. R. F. D. No. 2.Alexandria Co ,Va. THE PURE FOOD STORE. midland Butter 30 Cents Per Pound On and after Friday, May 21, and until further notice the price of MIDLAND BUTTER will be 30c per pound Delivered t?? you fresh from the churn regu? larly every Friday. We solicit your trade. Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTORS, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets Both Phones_ ROSENFELD'S Both 'Phone* o-n-o-o Britlj 'I'lionc* Stockings and Knit. Underwear You can always save money here and get the best in quality and wear. Women's Gauze lisle Thread Stockings, Seam? less, silk finish in black and fancy colors, also plain medium weight cotton with maco feet, and mr.co split soles Some have slight imperfections , nothing to af? fect the wear, marked Special at 12 l-2c Women's Pure Thread Silk Stockings In black only. Special at $1. a pair. Children's 12J_c fine or course rib are the b?st in the city. Women's Fine Cotton-Ribbed Vests Low neck, no sleeves, regular and extra large sizes, first qua'ity 7?_c 10c 12^_c & 25c Window shades made to order any quality or size ROSENFELD'S. 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH4 Underwear^ Bot Weather! B. V. 5.?the Knee Drawers and Coat Under* J shirts, 50c the garment ? Poros Knit Shirts and Drawers, the kind with ? ?,__, the air cells,|50c.the garment. X KAUFMAN'S: i Bilbfiggan Shifts' and Drawers, t> long and abort sleeves, ETA/** ?? long Drawers . . OUC + Scrivener's * Elutir S am Drawers, T 75c. KAUFMANN'S \ Bartk >-*m Drawers, 3d lo 60 ..?^r\ waist mp*mirr>, -mr jy 50c Garment ? ? Boya' Athletic Undershirts T at 15c. T m Kauf mann Bros f Up-to-Date Man's and Boy's Store. 402-405 KING STREET. + MMM + M + MM We nRfr you for $?.'">. a white full cut dia rrton.l in Mk Titian? Ring Mourning, ll wi i.rvr_A mm _ Good value in every hattie of WOITNT VERNON TALrnkt. It'* a ple**ure indeed to tell no pood a toilet aid for )0 cents, lt's made ia Leadbeater? laboratory. GOOD PASIl'KK, iaeladiaa fWat sf aaealkat w*u-r. about 3J or Mi K-re-t of Kon-.l blue gras* ind no barned wire fence. Appin lo JAMES T. PATTKI. ro?17 lm_Phathsm * Stables, ?Anew line of B-li Fina jost received at li. W.Wiidi*!ion,?.106nor_ Koral itraet. OBO0EB1-B. /-TBamsay Sails Us Bast Cheap 40 Pails NEW PACK Herring Hoe 20 Pounds Roe Each 95c RAMSAY'S. 190 Packages Jew Potomac Family Roe Herring PRICE S CO.'S PACKUG. 40 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 75 Kits Ginger Ales. Cantrell and Cochran's Belfast Cliquot Club U. 5. Club Beaufont Lit hia Gosman's, Hire's In all 250 dozen. CUl/Jfl Haft WINES AND LIQUORS. A SOCIAL GLASS nf win**, heer. whisky, that you keep on hand to offer to your friends, should he of the very best and pure?t to hefound. You can stock wine cellar, buffet, or private closet fromour fine stock :>f choice whiskies, Btirgun ies, dflrets. Rhine wines,Champagnes it prices that will enable you to tiave a large variety, and of the very best quality. Fleischmann's. Highest Cash Prices ni I for worn garment*: either ladies' or tenta': scud BMt'l, will call. Spot cash paid For aecond-hand tar iture of all kinds. ALEXANDRIA BARGAIN HOUSE, my25 lm Cor. Coneron and Fairfax Street DRY GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Silks. 3fi-in. All-pure-silk Satin M'ssaline; ? heautifal, lastraossilk (iabrle; sara soft tad diming. All thedsairsbU taaiaattt r-treet or evening wear; light, blue, pink, old rose. wiHUria, apricot, mulberry, nayv, brown and black. |LM \nlue. 8pH?1 Ci ("tit 2l)on. All-silk Washable Madurai; in a full line ofthe wauted utripf?arni shack*! Kinran teed lo wash and retaiu finish Be IJOr value. Sp cial for. .""^ 35-in. AM-pure-siik Plain Colors! lafatas. iu all the de?ir?ble ?h*de?, both 1 i_ht an<l rlark: plenty white rind cream. ? 1 f\(\ Value $l.2o. Special for.J>I.UU 27-in. Ail pure-silk Rouith Pongee: all the deirab!* color* in (tock; uatu-al, oid ro?e light IJue, slice bine, re.eda, heliu, wii'aroe, mulberry, Urine, un ri le, n?vv and CC,. black. 75c and ri>c values. Special for *JJ<, $1.18 Percale Wrappers 98c Of sp'endid quality percale,in navy, black, rc 1, cadet and xray; neatly made; Skin cut extra full over hips; fiuifdt-d with Qftp deep Mounce; all ?ue*, Special...."^^ 1 WA3HIN GTON. D. C. REAL ESTATE. For Rent 1314 Princes*. 119 50 811 aoiiih WaabiiiKton. 2:' 50 attaint1) Henr*. .. 7.00 Fut 113 ?nntb Lee. 4 00 lil souib (Taloa. 7 Of) US sontb Le*?. * 0* Colonial Aparimeat. 22 Od ? ? << . 21 00 rio north Fayette. - BO 829 MMtll Patrick. 8 0" b\S north Columbus. 500 500 Gamma. le" M 72H noitb Columbus. 7 00 212 Kief, 2 office room*. 20 0C 1024 Wythe. ? 00 507 Prince. WOO 107 Prince. I 00 Flat 106 Kmir. ' 50 ?< " <<~. 4 bi) 304 Commerce. 6 00 SW Madiaon. o' 50 M. Bi Harlow & Co., Inc 119 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria. Va. DRY GOODS. Upholster} Dept Cabinet Made Window Screens. Special attention ia called to om > net-made Window Screens, winch are made in our own workrooms. The frames are of thoroughly seasoned lum? ber, guaranteed uot to warp or sliriuk. They are fitted with full-length fal and springs that keep them in place. The wire (Hiing is the verv West cannot rust. We make these soteeu to tit any window. Price* are thc iowt-: possible consistent with first nastily. V postal or 'phone message will bring BUD to measure and estimate. In order to keep our workmen busy during the summer mouttis we are now making specially low estimates for Reupholstering, Re pairing and Refinish? ing Furniture. If so desired thia work can be done during the warm weather ami held lor fall delivery?entailiug no extra ex? pense. A postal or 'phone message will bring man to estimate, etc. Note?Heavy Draperies taken down, rle.nned aud stored during the summer months. All draperies are hung full length upon poles! thus preventing; creasing. Also Lace Curtains cleansed and stored during the summer. Fourth floor?G at. Bamboo Utility Boxes. We are showing a verylarye ami com plete assortment of I' ti lit v Boxes, raia;. log from the small shoe box to the large window seat or skirt box. Tin. \ ai well constructed throughout, of tho? roughly kiln-dried lumber?uo danger it warping?covered with beni quality Fancy Japanese Mattiue ami neatly trial, mad with bamboo. Many are lilted with castora. Prices Rangs from $2 an to $?2.50 each. Special A lot of Mamboo I" ti li tv Bor? is, well made throughout, covered with matting and trimmed with ban ["bree different designs, suitable for itairt waists, shoes and other small Hr* deles. Special price, $4.00 each. Second floor--!' st. Dyeing and Cleaning Department. We are the Washington Ai;*iit< tor the Old* listen '-land Dyeing RsUblisbmeat, aud ur* irepared k> tata enLarefo'dyeiaa; ead elsi ilothiux, lilka, s*?las, draperi* , eui - arpeta, ragi and f*ralshiag? of ail kia * Doderate prices. Wa har* I noa trator with ut, who will gl?dlv 1 inpart any riformation poadhla regard od economic lebjact, UixmIs called for aud lelivered without sxtrs charge. Main floor?G ?t, sotraa ?. Washington, D. C. 0th.nth.FAO.Sts. NW. JEWEl.KV Selecting Fine Jewelry here is sn eas/u>k so f ir :i? u,aal reread. As we keeponlv the r-li;ili> >"ii cannot % ) ?m; | in toe qualify dir. But as to thc parto-uiar artic', to chooa, ili-r ls different, wo hare sash a bi* in^iy of bnwche*, locket*, ri aaa, braslsts, pin that clout ii s inictiiiie. dill!'ult. * yu'lrnt-lf plenty of lime when fl select. H. W. WILDT & SON. Ii* North Roval Street Rut Phna* IJlGAriS When Selecting what your money is going lo pay for, don't take any old thing handed out, but insist on the beat Thai'a what you get here every time. Best Selected Stock Cigars in town and the particular brand you want. Oood idea -take a hox. along 1 hey're awfully compan able. Hamilton & Co., 323 KING?STREET. Oualirv harahlished Our Reputation. RAMMEL CAFE New Hotel Rammel 126-130 NORTH ROYAL STREET. Soft Shell Crabs Steamed Hard Crabs Delicious Deviled Crabs Little Neck Clams Both Pnonea.