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VOLUME CX.?N0.2(H ^LEXANDRI-CvaTmONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 0 1909 PRICE 2 CENTS nn<_riDnti Do You Think For Yourself ? Or. da rou open your month Uko a yowif ;rd t\d ?ulp down whatever food or nedi* ^be offered you r # * * ? sn tntellleent thinking woman, In ne.-* J of\elV** from weakness, nervousness^ l>aln and sUKAjn'r. then lt moana much to fou tbat thorXfyee.***- tried gnd t,*Tif* *_neir| ?V_:> f'.r the cur** of woman's lllaT" ff* *t* Spe" *p Of The n akers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Fra* t ' >r tho euro cf weak, cyvous, run* ovcT-workwl, debilitated, pain-racked v. :i. knowing this medicine to be made up ita, every one of which baa the ? Indorse-ment of the leading t standard authorities of the several ? i of practice, are perfectly willing, and -nly too glad to print, aa they clo, i i ot Increments, of which lt I. ? Pfteed, in plain English, on every bottle- vrrapper. *"1 *v tt* *?* ***?* TV..- formnia of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro* r r the most critical cxamina Uoo ot medical experts, for lt contains no ?. .harmful, or habit-form lng e -^t villers Into it that is not blCbl . M by tho most advanced ar.d leading medical teachers and author* e ral achools of practlca . - ? e-ommend thelngTed'cnta "TC "??? I':."" ,|TTn??? ri; ?:? -. f-Ti',e '- J llv ''?e> e.-1 hilm.-r:t.j ff.r v hi.-h ?"-?>-'j "n'-flj.-':-..? ls udvise'l. '!? ?.?* + ?*. .ili.-lne fur woman's Ills has any r na! endorsement as Dr. Pierce*! I . . ion baa received. In the un eualiflcd recommendation of each of Its * rea of leading madl* c- is of practice, Ia bi., h aa endorsement not worthy of youl Consideration? *c* *v* *r *r *?* A booklet of inpredlc-nts. with nuvnerong S prol ? lelorsements by the I flee of th Bantry. ? i fr.-c lo any ono e-enditil name an.: address with requeat for sama Aiidrasg Di U. V. Pierce. BuS-o N V. AIIOV. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY. Aler en'rU'*. Select Boarding Bud Dh> tl fr Girls 1 rininrv, Gnniniar and JI gk Se hool Counes. Commercial Depart 0 suv Basined* College* jn Wash iniet. n. Bl iden ts prepared for (Mic* work in Bv- in ribs;*- mplett Bnainen Coanr,two year*. P.witiona gasrautesd. Voe* land In ?tnimenUl Music a ipeelahy. Boya ender wi K-. ?? 1 io H?v Bcboool Col. ? write for .nt -l.-i-ue lUE SISTERS OF THE HOLY CBO-8_ Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Bf.ACKSBURG, VA. I' r. e CO?ieee iu Agriculture, Horti? culture, Applet Chemistry, Applied Ge? ology, Civil, Mining, Mechanical and Electrical Kngineeriii*-, Metallurgy and M.*: ? i<-<r . p4i y, anel Preparatory Veter? inary Medicine. vS-*cty*four Instructors, Thoronghi*" Equipped S*iops, Labora toriet and ll ima. Steam he-iting hu 1 electric lights In dormitories; Library u.fioo v linne*. F.irui of i.ioo acres. ?Jchool of Agricultural Apprentices. ( >n* Yi-ftr < otir-e f r YoO_f rn'mer*.) 1 ital c I' ofaee>ioa cf nine months, incla dit<e* tuil'-o-i >tnd other fte-, boan!, ? uniform-, medi-al attendance, ? le .S?70 BO Cost to '- i-Ki i? Btodent**, $226 iso Til' ... | .--ion i it-ns \\ (lines l..\ **. P< t? lill.er S2ad, 11KIO I'AI I. ": HaKKIM'HR, M. D.. L. I.. D. . in Presi lent ARLINGTON INSTITUTE A SCHOOL TOR GIRLS, 213 N. Washington ttreel . '.M'KlA, VA. Th* 4'a '. 3 e ir op-ns Sept. 83, 1909. < '.Uv 1 cn i it- Lead tester's uni Allen's dru*,' ato-es, an I, attar Sept. Ut, at tve School. A few baudin*! - ,-. li reecired. -Us A. M, CHAVPLKB, Principal. ilNIVElfiTY OF VIRGINIA EDWIN A ALDERMAN, LL. D.presl. tl it I" ??! !i ion to the courts for die B. A. it* il \e r i-<eiirs?. Undine ti the degree erf BACHELOR OF SCIENCE a>e now I i:. s ? (Ilia I lal mav be arranged either ant ul timi Courses, la\ing taptelal mi pbas n on tbe Natural Sciences, the MikI ern 1. ingua*es or other mo'ern dla ciili aa; e.r as Vocational Courses, fit tie-* a yoma man f>r work at-?I'racelcal t'hernial Heoaotntc eQeftolMtat, PbyeL Ol*', lliologliit, Hitch School Teacher ol Mathea ties or Science, or oti rr prat th al work in Apulie'i Betonee. 7hUdatre-)alaoBy*mila theBtedtnt to the Ondasta Sohonl ss candidate fur tie higher d-u to o' Menter et Science or Doctor ol PbtlrMopby. For Farther Inf-irmation, Ad dr-ss-- 1IOWAAD WlRBTOJf, Unjistrar, au 7tJ_ Ch^rlntte-ville, Va. Opeiingof thePub icSchools The ( lera of the Cit** Schiol Board will be ?1 iii ? Armory Hull lr thp rrarpoae of " -ee'erineib" "ublio ^ohcoU, which p renitu lo -.ii . cp^n on -.F.P'FMKKKt".. sn.-: F. r vih'te children?Monday, Tuejedny act W do ul ?v, september 6, 7 and S, from 9 a m. te 2 p ii Fnre.-o.ee.il rhildrei -Thursday anl Fri da**, Sit-.iher'.' nnd 10, Irom 9 a. *?. to 2 p m. I'i''er tl l 9 ate La?s, all clnl.lren bffiin eateripR t'-e I'ub'.io rV'hsols mu t be pr perl] yaopifl In order th it the school" may be properly ore'.n /. el i. .ermiii will be ifued Hf'.er tie lilli ni t 1 'be 2lt Tbofe wishing to ftcur f-ats f r the> children will bring their cit; rapiut'on tai receipts for the year 1909. au.26 lOt ? ??????-??ii tm u> Sph-Hacon College FOR MEN. ASHUND.VA. al sm! healthful lei i I Moderste > milt*. L-rll. I.I.IU. rr**. la. S. Br-w?, S?t*y Md Tr***. I *m**m*m*?Mm*?mam**mtmt^-' POTDM-XC ACADEMY NO 2\2 N WASHINGTON S* Ai i \ \suria. Va. Th? furty-ii <n itouion will cnraroepce Sej (ra'e* 1", I9i9. A full class:eal and mathe matt*al o -arse ui-glit. Alao French, Germai Ppani'h, BookkfepiD; and Tyrewritin Catii tiucs KiTing full partienlari sent upc application. JOHN 8. BLACKBURN, Principal. au2 eo*d EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOO FE IU ALEXANDRIA, VA. FOR BOTS. The 7lst vear opens ."-??pt. 22, ly09. Ca'slogne sent. L. M BLACKFORB. LL. B? Prinaipal. f)9 dtuAtvtl ^Jb^nbna dazettfe PTJBI.ISHKD DAH.T AKD TBI-WB?C-Y AT GA-ETTK BUILDING. 310 k 313 PRINCi STREET. TootXB: Delly?t year, 96*00 6 monihi 12:60: 3 montha, $1:25; 1 month, 43 oenU 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60 8 months, 75 centa: 1 month. 26 oenta. Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex? ceed theirspace unless the excess ia paid foi at transient rates, and under no circum itanoeB will t-ey be allowed to adrertist other than their legitimate business in tin space contracted for. [Entered at me i'osto?ce of Alexandria, Vlr Kiola, as aocond-claaa matter.! FIGHT AT A CI RC Uri, A ftec-fjr-all fight, which occurred between employes of tbe Frank A. K>bbins Circus Company (tnd mono taioeera living la the vicinity of Enmits burg, Md , whicL happened during tbe circus ptr/ormiGce Saturday nigh:, re? sulted in the serious Irjiry of two or more men. Lite yesterday af erooon ifncera from Frederick ccun:y went ti Westminster, where tbe circus bad gone eaily yestorday morning and ir* retted taro men employed by tbe circus, one white and one colored. Tbey weie charge! witb rioting and fighting ri Emmiisburg, and will be tas*<_ there ira hearing. As a result ol tbe fight Bras 1 tandera acd G orgo Oonl, both living ia the coumry ntar Ernmiu burg, aro confined to their beda wito eerious iLJiiries. It baa beeo stated tbat Cool ia in a grave condition. According to reports, the trouble was started by a crowd ol mountaineers wbo bad come to Emm.t-bu'g to see tbe circus and wbo bad tut the canvas ol one of the tents. While Ihe moun? taineers were armed tbe circu* men at? tacked them and a general fi*ht, in? volving a large number of pe pie, re? sulted. No firearms were used, bul tnounuineeiB and circus meo received severe beatings, the total number of in fared not being known, After tbe trouble it waa fonud ibat aeveo revol? vers bad been turned over ko a non? combatant. it is thought that tbe men arrested io Westminister y.aterday were ihe ones guilty of bealing tbe wounded moun? taineers. They are st present confined io the Wes mini'tr jail and will be brought to Eu*?i'sburg fer o heiring some time belay. KILLED IN A RIOT. 13 a li ree riot between militiamen and civilians Saturday night at Frank /.rt, Ky , S jr gt. Lr-ram Tate, cf Somer? set Lick, a member of Company G, Kentucky 8'.ate Guards, and Jt_ Co. k, a civilian, were killed, aod Willi rn N chols, Jje Conway aud Alexandei M. Nally were fatally uhot Tbe riot began to a tenderloiu saloon, following a brawl. Privates William Phillips and C. E Tcadevine, members of Oimpany G, wbo wire standing nea? la e when be eas killed, identified Joe Nicboh ss tho man who fired tbe tho: tbfct killed their c*mia.p. Nichols and 18 others were arrested. Tbe bouie was almost shot to piects by the troop* iu their til rts to gain ao entrance, apparently io lynch the mm who tbey thought bsd k lied Ta'e. For more than cn hour tba 18 men held tbe 'ott against tbe regiment, and tbe resi? dents of tbat sfctinn ol the city Mid to their boneee, -utting cut tbe lights and retreating to tbe cellars. All over tbat section ot the elly every person who attempted to leave ?ta? baited a'the point ol a bayon* t, airl evety wagon vtas searched in thc tripe to fi jd thc men who hsd stilted tbe dot. Finally, after a conference, Col. J. E. A!len, commanding th? Second Reiti raent; County Judge James II. Pols grove and Chief e f Police Mjrgan, ac? companied by other soldiers, searched 'he building and io tue top story tbey fonnd tbe men huddled t -getber. Tbey were all taken to jail, which was pu under guard by tbe a Miers. MISTAKEN FOR A BURGLAR. Mistaking her for a burglar, William Avant, a prominent p'anter of George* town county, B, C., Saturday night shot and Ls aotly killed Mrs. 0. 0. Bigbam, who hid accompanied her husband, a physician cf Harp-rs, a small town io tbe rame county, oo ? professional vi tit to Avact's home, Sunnyside Plaatatioo, on Murrells Iolet. Dr. Ii ghana and Mr. Avant were sit J ting on tbe .'root pt rob of Avant's home atitr surper, when they raw in tbe darkness a figure | ans tbe house acd g toward a nearby creek. Not being an? swered when they bailed, they got a ah'tjun and followed. They stw the figuie apparency crouch near the cieek b-it-k, and hearing no reply when they callee", Avant asked Dr. B.gham what he should do. 'Shoot it," said B ghana, it is al leged, and Avant fired both birrels al close range. Running bick to tbe bouse, they secured lights and returned to ibc creek bink, to find Mrs. Blogbaa stretched there dead, the contents o b th barrels having taken effect in bet tack, even the gua wads having pene tuted her flesh. RELIGIOUS MANIAC. Justice ol the Peace Johnston, o Morristcwo, N. J., had a real scar Saturday. A negro woman wai ar riigoed oo a charge of assaulting ai Ittlian child. Io coort she held a bab; in ber arms. "I've been decried by the Lord to cc your tbroa'," she said to tbe justice aod s'arted to walk to his desk. "Sit down woman, sitdowr," shoute the justice. | "No, sir; I's going to cot yoor throi and tben mine. Thai's the Lard's will.' The woman was forced finally to s down, and a constable rushed out I sench for physicians to examine lot her sanity. Dr. Giorge.L. '.Joboso ?and Bt. Birry Yiugbo after Ulktn with the woman, pronounced her enffer iog from religions min.**. "I ain't (nz/, 'ciuie G >d's with me," she sa'd. "-Jo is St. Mat1.he*. But if yoa lock me up, then God's going to do sometbirg awful to M rristowo." Tben the nornso begin to ling a hymn. VV e have tor saletoday 500 dozen fresh eggs to consumers at 30 cents. 300 lbs. country butter at 25c and 35c a ib. Spring chickens 22c a lb A. G. THOMAS. ~REAL ESTATE For Sale. We are authorized to offer for sale that valuable busi? ness and residence prop? erty located on the south side of Kingstreet.between Fairfax and Lee, now un? der rental at 48 per month. 1 Vice, Making in net 10 per cent investment. INCORPORATED NOTICE Having decided to retire from the Livery Business, we have ??old --ll interest in the CHAT? HAM STABLES to Vlr. Jas M Duncan, of Alexandria. Appreciating the liberal patron? age given us and wishing a con? tinuance of same to our succes? sor, we are Very truly, Harry Hammond, W. M Reardon, Jr., Proprietors Having purchased the CHAT? HAM SI ABLES, I will on and after September 1st conduct a first c'asi Livery, Boarding and Sties Stable, and I ask for a share of your patronage. JAMES M. DUNCAN. 1 ur_ r_a_?r^r_tr_i.f_DE2iBB_Bir_r_r^r_ ? The Re-t of EVERYTHING. jk . w k Williams Empress Floating tC I BATHSOAP jj I Excellent for ihe bath ...Tins a kkk... jk 86 fO- 25cfc I . :?_.? ? ) Taylor's Pharmacy I 1 filfi Kiuj? Mreet. _> Both phone**. Night bell. ??? TATATATATATATATAa\*WmmmY* BOUSE FURNISBING ? Clearance Sale j OF j Mattings I ? O-1)-o ? ? Remnants and Odd rolls. ^ Short lengths containing J J from 2] to 21 yards at 10c a yard 0-o ?? o _ 4<* yards, 30 and 35ct quality, * $10 SO per roll I _ 40 yar 's. 25 and 27ct quality, ' J $8 00 per roll. * _ 40 yards, 20ct quality, $6 50 J per roll \ | 40 yards, 17ct quality, $5 65 J per roll. i ? M. RUBIFsONS 601 King St DoYouWantaHonie? 8 Or IO Rooms. Wide Porch. Fine lawn all around. Every modern convenience to make life e%*j and pI'Mah*. Only Fine Houses Around You You reet dil of t^ese an I "then nome" in the four left out of the new hou es nearing completion in ROSEMONT 1 have piitnr? tad j>Uns, showing jutt how the*- will look wh>.i completed. LET ME SHOW THEM TO YOU. For Sale Oo MtisfM-torjr terms. Two Fine Plats FOR RENT In the "Colonial," with five rooms, and' bath; steam heat and water included Rent $21.00 and $22.00 Come quickly if you want them. Two Small Flats Very conveniently located. Rent $4.00 and $7.00. fi F. L. SLAYMAKER, fi Street Our store will jj cl^se at noon ' MONDAY - Labor Day. Ladies' Cream Dress Skirls At Greatly Reduced Prices Ladies' fine all wool cream dress Skirts, very stylish and carefully made. Regular price $5.00 on sale, Monday and Tuesday Choice $3*69* We will also sell one ladies' cream mohair dresj skirt Rtilittdlm8.7il?a.(?. Standard Patterns IO and 15 Cents. cia_ftB. j While Waiting! tfj. for some one to keep an appointment smoke a _?j_ Plantation cigar While Thinking about vacation pleasures don't forget the Plau tati n cigars. While Making preparations to go away don't Mil to include a box of Plantation cigars. Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET._ WAKEFIELD RYE See that you purchase that which is best THERE IS NO BETTER WHISKY ON THE MARKET. THAT CELEBRATED MEDICINAL WHISKY. gt-w^lOWENBACLBROS. SSS 1 White Brick hm in ii Bui'tof strictly IMPERVIOUS BRICK would not only add to the grandeur of the new tow n, but would be a source of great joy I and comfort to the owner. A few samples: Young Peoples' Building; Harrington s Livery Building; Robinson Moncure's Off-ce Building; B Weil's Residence; Demaine & Sons Building; Wi'liam Desmond's Building. Tttm brick tn mr.de by tl.? Ti-..perri May Tnmtt, -fill no* thee* meiatOtt, Kill not ,1-srolV md will not grow in .w. G-toisr*. botott building flYERS BROTHERS, 115 N. Pitt st r m_ For Family and medicinal Use I-5 UNEXCELLED FOR QUALITY. LORD FAIRFAX BOTTLED IN BOND AT ALL FIRST-CLASS SALOONS. Delicious Virginia Claret- 25c per bottle, Iry our Pure Black tu rrj Cordialjfcr ?** j__er Complaint. FMM_C?.)i?.S,B.!-fSr. Sold By AH Firat-clasa dealers: ^th 'P*?OQM PENTS" FUl.NHHJNUS._ ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS OF THE R. Lee Field BANKRUPT SALE -OF CLOTBINOANDGENTS' FURNISHINGS. All tlft, 4 to 16, _>?*?? Kate Punt-., of the best make, worth 75c and $1 00 Goat 50c per pair. f 1.00 ri. O. Oreralls and Goals at 75c each. Boys' Sails, eges 10, ll, 12 and 13onlj. left, At one-third efl. 75c for $1 Monarch and Elgin Shirts. $15 Men's Suits for $10.00 $20 " " ?? $12.50 O.her stock proportionately low. Don't miss the chance of your life at No 612 Kin-f St. Wa rited. SALESLADIES in all Dep-r'ments, parucu-ittriy Cloaks, Suits and Mil? linery. Permanent poa.ton. Good piy. Apply by letter or in person. BRAGER, FiiUw and rara'oga street', Bsliimi re, Mil ?-*pt.t 5t "Ramsay Sall* Iks Baa*. New Crop Head Rice ?And New? Mackerel G. ONE BARREL English Mixed Pickle Spice 25c a pound. j Heinz's ? ni ?and? Vinegars. Pure Spices Ginger Ales. Cantrell and Cochran's Belfast Cliquot Club U. Sa Club Beaufont Lithia Gosman's, Hire's In all 250 dozen. t KaufmannBros I Ak. NEW FALL STYLES You are invited to inspect our up-to-date stock of clothing for man and boy. Hats and Caps Adler's Dress Gloves, Man? hattan Shirts, Owl Neckwear, Arrow Collars, President Handkerchiefs, Interwoven Hosiery, Medium Weight Underwear, Bulldog Suspen penders, Paris and Brighton Garters, Trunks and Suit Cases. SEE OUR SAMPLES of WOOLENS | In Ihe Tailoring Dept. The Largest Line Ever Exhibited. ii Kaufmann Bros I ?? o 402405 KING STREET. ?MM?M?*MMMMMMMMMM?MM? HOMES FOR SALE. Several attractive homes of different sizes and prices and located in different partsof the city on small cash payments; the balance of the purchase price payable monthly. White-REALTY aod INSURANCE, 602 KING STREET. ALABASTINE ir. rock in powder for_; try it on your w*.lli instead of wall paper. So.d at Leadbeater'*. Be?*n'iful, loog, _ana-*-*hle hi ir roam ??ck!y if jon nae MCKLIN 1 HAIR rosie. 2?o. bOc and $1.00 bot-lei at Lead beater's.