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uv^ntt VOLUME CX.--NO.lvSl ALEXANDRIA, VA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1), 1909. PRICE 2 CENTS nov rifi'inw nPV n/^/^T^a Bad Symptoms. The woman who has periodical beat* aches, backache, seee imaginary dark Spots or specks floating or dancing before ber eyes, ha^fnawing distress or heavy foll feeling in stomach, faint spells, drag (fJrig-downAei-ling In lower abdominal or pelvic region, easily startled or excited, IrTegu^fror painful periods, with or with 'rh, is Miffcrlng from rangements that should lon. Not all of above Kely to be present In any or badly treated end such mn Into maladies%-hlch de rgeon a knife it Ueey do not NiT medicine cxtnnt "ys such a lena arid ri ii iTit-re*)!^\ tccjrA ol cure::; in sL~r> rii.?<* aa Dr. Fierce*s TaXorIte: ITc-iC-_ ".iV'j- -- *"*"' rt.f?T7t. iii.- baa ^iich n str^ina^ IDrofteSlCinj'l jn.Tni-aPm.ini or eMcn rn Tra afrver.-il inyreelir-nu-wiirih mrirj- i-han any ia,|rflh,r,if or.lin.irv nein-nroffssional Ow." trm.-^iials. The very best Ingredients kiuvVn to medical science for the cure of w< man's peculiar ailments enter Into Ita >aition. No alcohol, harmful, or habit-forming drug is to be found In the list of its Ingredients printed on each bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. In any condition of tho female* system, Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription cando only gooel?never harm. Its whole effect ?rengthen. invigorate and regulate) the whole femaln system and especially the pelvic organs. When these are de? ranged In function or affected l>y disease, the stomach mid other organs of digestion become sympathetically deranged, the nerves are weakened, and a long list of bad. unpleasant symptoms follow. Too much must not be expected of this "Fa? vorite Prescription." It will not perform miracles; will not curr) tumors?no med? icine arlll. Il ititi often prevent them. If taken in time, and Inns tho operating table and the surgeon's knife may be avoided. Women suffering from diseases of lang ejanding, arr- invited to consult DooW.t Fierce by letter, free. All correspondence la held aa strictly private and sacredly lar confidential. Buffalo, N. V. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Dr. Pierre's Medical Adviser (1000pagei<) la sent frat on receipt of i'i one-cent ?tanips for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for siotL-**v)und copy. Address as above. WINES AND LIQUORS Best on the Harket. Not only this?but courte? ous assistants to serve you Seasonable Lunch Served Daily. Get one of "Bill's" Favorite Decoctions. In fact if you want to spend a pleasant evening go to see John Riley, 114 North Fairfax Street. WINES AM) LIQUORS. A SOCIAL GLASS of wine, beer, whisky, that you keep on hand to offer to your friends, should be of the very best and purest to befound. You can stink wine cellar, huffet, or private closet fromour fine stock of choice whiskies, Burgun1 ies, clarets,Rhine wines.Champagnes at prices that will enable you to have a large variety, and of the very best ejuality. Fleischmann's. : Need a j j Refrigerator i We've had a good many years of experience with re? frigerators. Different makes have their special features. We handle the ones which combine the greatest num? ber of good features. The saving of ?ce the first con? sideration. ? Ice Chest ? From - - t Refrigerators ^(j-_ I M. RUBEN & SONS 601 King St For Saturday and Sunday We wi! have Frown Cunard and all othei flavors of Ice Cream. Our Krait Cream i made from Freeh Fruns Wholesale and Retail. H. BLOCH, k!*;"8 Street. Both rhones. PTJBUSHKD DAILY AMD TBI-WBBIIY AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 A 312 PRINCK 8TKEET. TBE?8: Daily?l year, $5:00 6 months $2:50; 3 months, $1:26; 1 month, 43 centa; 1 week, 10 cents. I Tri-weekly? 1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60 3 months, 75 cents: 1 month. 25 centa. ?.Entered at the fostoffloe of Ale??.uria, vlr ginia. aa second-cla? matter.] Contract advertiaere will not be allowed to ex? ceed their space unless the excess is paid for at transient rates, and under no circum? stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in advance. Bersolutiona in memoriam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persona, unless of public concern, will nly be printed in the paper as advertise? ment*. BLACK HANDERS ARRESTED. Id several arrests made io Oolamboa, Marion aod Dennison, Ohio, yesterday, postoffice inspectors- and detectives, wbo worked in conjunction with them in tbe case, believe they bave unearthed tbe biggest and best organized branch of tbe it ack Hand in America. Marion, Ohio, is said to be the headquarters for the or? ganization. Chief Postoffice Inspector Charles Holmes of Cincinnati, who is in charge of tbe work, says tbat evidence bas been procured showing that tbe gang operating from Marion with lines reaching into a numbers of cities bave robbed several persons in Ohio aud other states of thousands of dollars In tbe last few months by the application of Black Hand methods. Inspector Holmes says that the gang which conducted its operations from Marion, was composed of Italians aod worked exclusively on tbeir countrymen. He has obtained evidence tbat as late an two weeks agu they sent from the Marion, ()., posti illce money orders ag? gregating $1!),000 .o confederates in Italy this being the division of blackmail funds io one case. Many Bach bits of evidence, it is said, are in possesion of the inspecttors. The postoflice inspectors Fay they have discovered evidence showing tbat Mar inn is the bendejuapters of all of the !'? ack Hand societies of the country, and they allege tbat Simcel Lima is the head of the orgsuizitioo. The contents of the safe ia the R'zzo store bear them ont in tbis assertion, they say. They tay they found that hundreds of business men io all parin of tne state had beeo paying trihu'e to the gang. Acting in haimony with the govern? ment officers tbe Pittsburg police recently entered the "I! ack Hand" headquarters there md mada 21 arrests. The Hlack Hand gang recently ordered Fred Oiaoiolo, a Cincinnati fruit dealer, ia give $10,000 on ppnalty of death for himself and famify if he refuted. Cian ciolo gave no thought to the letters, and a few nights later a dynamite bomb was exploded in the doorway ot bis home. No one waa injured, but an adjoining sa? loon was wrecked. Joseph Aonarino, a Cincinnati fruit dealer, was warned to give the H'.ack Hand 110,000, or his child wonld b? kidnapped. FINED ANO IMPRISONED. Looia W. Foster, John If. dorman, Walter Campbell, A. C. Baldwin, Ed. win Neil and J. M. Scott were each sentenced to a term of six months in j il and each to pay a fine of $200 aod ccsts by Judge Thompson in the UnitedStates district conrt at Cincinnati yesterday for using the United States mails to further schemes to defraud In conducting a bucket shop. The defendants operated the bucket shop known as the O'Dell Brokerage Oompany. William J. O'Dell came to Cincinnati from Savaooah, Ga., with $lo,00o cash, and opened a backet shop. He scon bsd branches lo all the principal cities and towod of the weat aod south and his business was tbe largest of tbe kind in ths country, being ooe of the largest customers of the West? ern Union Telegraph Company. When O'Dell died a few years ago he left an estate valued, it is said, at $2,000,000. All the aix defendants sentenced yes? terday were clerks and telegraph opera? tors for O Dell. They continued the business. They reorganized the ! O' Dell Broker? age Company with a capital of 1280,000, of which only 119,000 was paid in, Ac? cording to Judge Thompson's opinion, the instution was always insolvent in their hands. Yet the public famished tbe defendants with more than $1,000, OOO, it is said, to divide among them? selves. _ EARTHQUAKE SHOCK-. A dispatch from Valparaiso, Chile, says an earthquake occurred yesterday morning at Cjpiapo, a sma'I seaport of Copiapo bay Tbe walls of numerous buildings were cracked aod considerable otber damage waa dooe. There was no loss of life According to advicea received at San? tiago, the earthquake at Coplapo was very severe. Maoy houses were de? stroyed, but there were few casualties, owing to tne fact that tbe buildings at that place are very low. For a time the tcdents of the place were panic-stricken. An earthquake officially estimated as 4,ooii miles distant was recorded at the weather bureau in Washington early yes? terday. Tbe shock wss well defined and of modera es intensity, and began bl minutes and 12se(osds after midnight. For more than an hour tbe disturb? ance continued, altbojgb, as stated by the weather bureau experts, "the am? plitude of the oscillstions was compara? tively small." The second prelim* nary tremors begsn at 1:05 a. ra. Tbe shock wa* also reported by the coast and geo? detic observatory at Cheltenham, Md. EXECnrOBS' NOTICE? Having riuelitied ns executors ef iii-- SState ot Eliza C. Adam, tos.ee ia Kiveu to all persons having eta:.ros against tae said eaiate to present the same tor payment, and to all persona indebt? ed to said estate to n-ttle tha same. AT.FREn THOMSON. I ?.-?___ jtl 2w MOUNT IDA 15 Minutes From Washington, Immediately on Car Line. Every one says that if is the most beautiful spot between Washington anel Alexandria- With the splendid improvements we are now putting in one will have all city conveniences with the pleasure of the country. We are determined to make this a strictly first class residential section, and while wc are selling the lots extremely cheat) to the first huvers, we have such restriction in the deeds that it can n^ver be anything but high class propertv. We are glad to say that the nest people of Alexandria and Washington seem to appreciate this, by the way they have nought the lots the first few days we have had them on sale. Over 65 lots sold in four days. Many new houses will be built at once. Come out and see the beautiful property go up oo the high bili*, and among tbe stately oaks wben you can look over tbe beautiful city of Washington and tbe historic city of Alexsudria and the beautiful Potomac (lowing below you, and you will be charmed. No inch view can be bad elsewhere around these parts. Remember until Jane 1st lots will remain at the low price of $100 up. Any terms to snit Alter Jane 1st they will be advanced. Ask conductor to put you oil at MOUNT IDA, Company's o_ce at station. Mount Ida Realty Co., Inc., JAS. S. GROVES, President and Manager, ur.:..a av.- ?>a-a anA cnniraris if vou cannot come. R. F. D. No Alexandria Co ,Va wine tun m.|i. a. HMMMBH *?_?_?_???????a~_?*"????????????_??_???>? I Citizens' National Bank I AM'.XANIUtIA, VIRGINIA. OFFICERS 7 President, Ldward L. Dalngerfleld. Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. Vice President, Carroll Pierce, B. B, Payne, Asst. Cashier. J. C. Smoot, Worth Human, M. A. Ahern, DIRECTORS: Hdwjrd L. Dalngerfleld. J. i-f .Woberts. Carrall Plarca. Urban S. Lambert. Patrons of our Savings Department will please present their books for the entry of interest to April 1, 1909. \1 lui A Specialty. Letters of credit drawn on Brown, Shipley & I Co., of London. ROSENFELD'S \ Roth 'Phone* Both 'Phones I Specials for This Week 9-4 and 10-4 Barker Sheeting, bleached or un? bleached, 25c a yard. $1.25 and $1.5<> Suitcases, 85c Barker Mills, Hills or Fruit of the Loom yard wide Muslin, 10c a yard, 10c Lawns at 5c a yard. Opaque Window Shades, all colors, full widths and lengths, firsts, not seconds, with fixtures, 19c 10c Talcum Powder 5c a box. Genuine Crex Matting, yard wide, 45c, 3-4 yard wide, for stairs, 35c Women's Linen and White Lawn Wash Suits greatly reduced. Trimmed Hats cut nearly to half. $1.50 White Lawn Shirt Waists at $1. These prices are good until Saturday night. Don't wait till the last Come and get first choice. ROSENFELD'S. 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. MvOMMMM.MMM.MHH I Underwear^ Hot Weather? B. V. S.?the Knee Drawers and Coat Under- X shirts, 50c the garment. + Poros Knit Shirtsfand Drawers, the kind with the air cells,i50c the garment. KAUFMANN'S Bilbrigesn Shirts and Drawer">,X long and short sleeves, CA- A* long Drawers . . i/Ut^ - ? Scrivener's t Elaatic Seam Drawers, _* 75c. X ? ? KAUFMANN'S * Elsstic Seam Drawers, 80 to bo'Y waist meanurp, 4> 50c Garment, t Boya' Athletic Undershirts^ at 15c. Kauf mann Bros: Up-to-Date Man's and Boy' s Store. X 402-405 KING STREET. f HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi BHOOKKIBB. "Bamiay Salis ths Bsst, Cheap 40 Pails NEW PACK Berring Roe 20 Pounds Roe Each 95c RAMSAY'S. O-O 0 190 Packages law Di J1 Family Roe Herring PRICE 5 CO.'S PlCEOf. 40 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 75 Kits Ginger Ales. Cantrell and Cochran's Belfast Cliquot Club U. 5. Club Beaufont Lithia Gosman's, Hire's In all 250 dozen. BIVJO U S _AUCTION -AL!> Hr Baron* I ll, 1 ur.t, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE.?Saleofadesirable Rasi deoce aod tero lots el rroaBd la Dal IUt, Al*".xaiirl i i:i t' innty, Vlru Ry sirtne and parsuantto thc tern's of a ilee<l i.- November Mb, 1906, ex* :. o and Q. I'., sullivan, her husband, to me, Robinson Moncure, a.i Trustee, and rf record in Deed B ok Nr>. ito tn I Records i f Alexandria Coaatv, Vlf written rxjoestaod ly thereby leeortei.deraalt ? beere ni mle iu the payment of the Beta seen red by rhe mid rWil of treat, the anderalned tr rstee trill i il wt for Mile at rub Iteeacuoo, oe th>- pren! m, in Del Kay.Alex aadri'. v on WEDNESDAY, Jone 16th, I two lots of (rrorjnd with tbe Improve?eats thereon and the ap then to belonging;, !o^at.<l In Alexandria Coast., Virginia, an 1 designated ?nd koowa as lett umbered Ma ?mt 346 in a rertain plea of lots called Del Ray, mirveji-' r.y I). .1. Bowell, ,-iirveyor. un tbowa on the plat thereof which is ilnlly reeoided anons. the Im Alexaadria Coantv. Vir? ginia, In Dee I Book 0 tte. 4 at pane 440 ami foll.urina-. Th* said lots are improved by a iiioi' f.anie li ne*. Terms ot wile: Csi-h, ("Yinvey&ncine at the cost ofthe po rebe-er or pu rr haw ROBINUOS MONCDBE, Tr i UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Head of Public ,-ru of Virginia Letters, Science,Law, Medicine,tingi neerin;; LOAN FINDS AVAILABLE to amit se I ?!? '"Hag amis ala iiOf 0 Cover* ali co- * to VirKinia student* in uie Collfirp. Henil for nualo^ue. HOWARD WI Vin iv. Ke^'trar, Uiuvemty Pwuffice, Va. I BIG SILE OF WHITE SILKS. -ib-inch All-Milk Satin Messaline: a beauti? ful, soft and lustrous f?hrio: in while, ivory, and cream. HM value. Cl TC Special. ?PI?_'t7 40-inch All silk Satin Meteor Crepe, the season's newest material; very soft aod cling? ing: in white, ivory, and cream. C/} '>C ?75 value. Special. nV&.mrO 24-inch All-silk Crepe ile Chine, in both plain aud satin tinish; white, cream, Qfip and ivory. $1.25 value. Special. VOL. .''I'-iiir-h All-silk Teilleta; verv lustrous and soft tinish; tor "rop skirt and lining; litvht weight materials: in white, ivory and Qfi/ creaeu. $1.25 value. 8pecial. "DC Some special values in a miscellaneous lot of waite silk. liHnch White Mesa il ines, (i'.'r- AQr value. *"^ 27-iw-h White Rajah. $1.35 OCr value. y_"w .""ei-inch White Rajah. 69c AQr value. T-yc 39c | 75c J -.'7-inch White Habuui 50c value. 25-inch White Armure Crepe. $1 value. Lausburgli&Bro WASHINGTON. D. C. HEAL ESTATE. Business Property FOR SALE. -O??'O A Two-story brick on the north side of King street, between Lee and Union streets. The three story brick at the southeast corner of Queen and Fairfax streets. The walls in this build? ing are particularly thick and, solid and with the large lot, make it an ideal site for factory or ware? house The price on these prop? erties is very reasonable as they are being sold to close an estate. For particulars apply to M. B. Barlow & Co., Inc. 119 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria, |Va. To-Order Work. In order to keep our workmen busy during the summer months we are now making specially low estimates for Reupholstering, Repairing and Refinishing Furniture. If so desired this work csn be done during the warm wcsther ami held for fall delivery?entailing no extra ex? pense. A postal or phone message wil! bring man to estimate, etc. Special attention is directed to cur Wall Papering Department, which is replete with a choice stock of the new? est and best in Imported and Domestic Papers. Artistic and appropriate designs for drawing rooms, dining rooms, libraries, reception rooms, halls, dens, bedrooms, etc. Prices are reasonable considering the high quilty of material and work? manship?and perfect satisfaction is our guarantee. Fourth floor?I-' st. BEDS and BEDDING. The Brass Beda this season show un? usual beauty in designs and effects . Aside from their brightness and intrin? sic merit, the manifest advantage of their thorough cleanliness should rec? ommend them to every housekeeper. Our stock is complete ami very compre bensive and includes many one-of-a kimi styles. I'rices range from $12.50 to $140. We are showing an elegant line of Iron Bedsteads, in all white and white with brass trimmings, including many elegant effects. Their adaptability to harmonize with most any surrounding should recommend them to every one. Price8 range from $4 50 to $22 50. We also show a large line of All-metal Brass Bed Springs, of woven wire and national fabric. All have strong center supports. $3.50, $4, $5 and $6.50 each Also a choice line of Hair Felt Mat? tresses, in one or two parts. Hair Mat? tresses, $4 50 to $40. Felt Mattresses, (4 to $iS.5o. Note?The present is a srood time to have your Mattresses anel Pillows reno? vate! anel recovered. We are in a po? sition to do this work promptly sud ir, a most satisfactory manner, as we have one of the best equippedefactories in the city and competent men to do the work. Second floor?F st. Washington, D. C. 10th,llth,F.&Q.Sts.,N.W. $I.OO-*UNDAY RXCURMONI Si 00 Ktleriive Sunday, Junee 13th, Southern Railway will p!ae-e on ?ale at Washing? ton Union station, Alexandria (W A 0 Station;, Gleucsrlyn ami Falls Charra ronnel trip Sunday Exennioa tickets to stations Isnbarn to Bluemont, inclusive, limited to late ol'sale, rate $! <*0. Similar tickets will alsei be sold to WpsIi iiiKtoii, D, <?-. ami return from stations Bli>e mont, lo Ashburn, inclusive. No stop <v.-r* alloweii Mini no bangate cheeked, The* tickets will he sold until SVnlember . >2th ianv/\_ cjj i -v i i Money to Loan. Small Loans. Large Loans. I At Beautiful Braddock Heights j SI Several of the choicest building lots ? ? in this beautiful sub-division fronting on ? 5 Mount Vernon Avenue, each lot having a 5 5 frontage of .Si) feet and -a depth of 130 feet. 2 aa Delightful location for a suburban home. ? ? ? | Look Over These Lots Sunday ? ? ? ????????????? ??????????0-9*?-?* Fire Insurancei Rents Collected. John D. Normoyle _KING AND ROYAL STREETS._ THE PURE FOOD STORE. riidland Butter 30 Cents Per Pound Oi and after Friday. May 21, and until further notice the price of MIDLAND BUTTER will be 30c per pound. Delivered to you fresh from the churn regu? larly every Friday. We solicit your trade. Edward Quinn & 5ons, DISTRIBUTORS, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets, Both Phones.