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KATITRDAY EVENING, OCT. 16, 1909. Local Matters. Sun and Tide Table. -no risa* tomorrow al 6.11 and net* at 5.18 High wats? at SM I a. m. and 9.49 p. m. Weather Probabilities v"or thi? Kection fairand contloned cool to ?'gktand -unl'v: IVoat tonight: moderate t> b.i^k westerly winds THE CnUROHEl A* I-nmanuel Courrh tomorrow Rev. Mr. Twelen will p each in the miming; a r,n i, M E. Church, Rev. George E Barber will pnach both morning abd night, kit subject io 'he morning will be "I G ? to Prepare a Piece for Yon" snd a* nigh ; "The 8 df "Iricked Church;" rally da/sffviofg will be b?ld st 11 a. m. in :b? M E. Church Booth; at the Bap'i- Cnurch Rev. M. Watson will take foi hil subject io the morning "T.ie B ginniag of G eic Things" aod at nub-. 'Ihe Gr-at Conflict." Tbe new tn libers (f ibe church are urged lo be present st the morning service. Rev. L F W truer, of Buckeystown, Mc*., will conduct the service* in tbe Methodist Proteatsnt Church tomorrow. Rev. Mr. H'lmes, pastor of the church, will preach st Crisfield, Md., tomorrow. AOCU3ED DISMISSED. George Wari, the teveoteeo-year-old routh wbo was charged with asstnlting N-Hie Miller, a sixteen-year-old girl, of lower Fairfax county, was brought be? fore tbe Police Court thia moroiog. Tbe plaintiff told substantially the story of her experience with Ward latt Thurs? day night at published io yeeterdst's Gazette. Accordiog to a young mao who had been gammoned ss a witness, three youcg men were io tbe house at the time tbe girl wat foaod there. These un ..de their escape, aod tbe witness averred tbat he did not tee Ward in the party. Miss Miller, however, positively identified the priuoner ss the youth who ace Jited ber at the Royal street station ad induced her to follow bim to the bone. Justit e Caton dismissed the accused ?nd tamed the girl over to John F. B .liss, ber stepfather, with orders to h<m to take her back to her home in Firlax county. Mr. Biyliai said tbe giri had caused trouble heretofore, that tb- was inclined to be incorrigble, aod th t the only recourse for the fimily w i to tsend her to some institution. A^i ut two j ears ago the came to Alex? ei d ia aod secured a place in the home of in old citizen wbo lives on Franklin ?tn et. Her wayward inclinations, bow ever, caused ber employee to notify ber st'i'fj'her and tbe latter wat compelled to take ber back to Fairfax county. Sae, returned to A exsodrla about two weeks ago aud secured a place ai nurse wi i a 'amily living on Cameron atreet, I p bu lott her position on Wednesday, and I o on Inurgday night was unable to enter tbe house ou Q tero street where the had lodged. From that point she went to Ibe electric s'atiou where, she alleges, sh* omi Ward with the result given yes ter 'ar. [lt atty bo (tated that the George VV ..d who figured In tbe above ls a youth who bas cf late posed at a guide to vaifirs to this city, aod it not Mr. Ge >rge 0, Whrd, a young married mao of A'txa:.dtia. j WRIT OF EKROR DENIED. The Curl of Appeals at Richmond yeseulay refuted a writ of error and supersedes tu the cate of Calvin John? son, colored, convicted of the murder of Wilter F. Schultz on tbe confines of this city, on th* 6th of last March. J tinton wili accordingly die by electro eatlon on November lu unless tbe gov? ern > grtnts ..inn another respite. Rich? ard Pines nod Eugene Dorsey, slso col? ored, ooavicied with Johnson of the sam- crime, sr? In go to their death, leepectively on November 26 and De? cember 3. While a supplementary pet tion iould be presented to tbe Court of Appeals, ihe action of thot tribunal is virtually fina'; hence Ike counsel fer Johnioo hat reached hi- ne plus ultra witbont it ia lattr determined to take th? cate to the 1 yuprein? Douri ol the United Sti-tea. O' thp sci oi ol tbe coan, tbe Rich? mond Tim s l?i'patch of today says. "Death io the eleerie chair now teems certa n for the three convicted mur? derers of Wa!'er F Schultz, who was killed Ht Alexandria on March 6 last. A writ ot error wat yesterday refused io the S ipreme O' ur', to Calvin John sin, one ol the men under sentence of deatb, and n > hope remains for bim ex? cept the chance of executive clemency. Ricnard Pints sod Eogene Dorsey, the other negroes convicted of tbe slaying ol the Chicago artist, have, it would seem, co more chance than Johnson, the cases being practically the esme. The governor recently reprieved the three cortvic s, to awsil tbe sction of the gap-eme Ooort on a petition for a new trial, presented by Lewis H. Machen, att imev for Johnson. Johnson is tr din on November 19, Pines on Novembeo 26, sud Dorsey on December 8." SURPRISE PARTY. Tee many young friends of Miss Lauri Smith Istt night tendered her a surprise pry a' ber home on north Fac i fax Stree*. Among those present ?rare M'tsts F. Hatizmon, B. Bittle, R fi. Stiith, Ethel M. Dix, Mamie Murphy, Vernon B.ttle, L. K*u?, Rote L**r>, 0. Arnold and Hilda Hayden, of this city; and Miss E. S. Trumbull, ol Washington; and Messrs. Frank Dyson, B Arnold, D. Chauncey, J. N. Rose, L drbut, R. Oogao, L Bittle, R Pickm, of this city, aod J. McDonougb, of Washington. After spending ao boor or t*o inda'giog ia game*, Mr*. Claod;* S'uith lovited the yoong com? pany to dinner, which was temptingly aerved and much er j yed. ALEXANDRIA GERMAN CLUB. T c Alexaidria German Club held a meeiirg last night at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce lor tbe purpose of electing c meer* and guv sr nor* for tbe es suing tear. Dr Tho*. B. Cochran, presider-, occupied tbe char Hewet ns**t?t*aO?i*l] r? eluded as were a'so Mr. J?s. S. 1* ii (Us, j , secretary, aod Mr, Juluu T Btrke, jr , treaaurer. Thi elect! >n ol governors wa* iheu proceeder, with and after considerate- balloting thi foll >wiog named port'emao were elect< ?d. M?tsr? A lt. Beckett, Richart OhK-beeter, El?ad Fawcett *nd Artbu Herb*r. The date ol tbe daoc-t to b Itiven tiy the ciud n>\ bs ?rr*ogtd Ute pu by tbe bosrd of goftiuois. ITY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. A meeting ot the city democrstic itnmittee wat held lr.it night st tbe i jttt Home cafe. Mr. Charles Bend bim, cbsirmsn, presided, with Mr. , T. Cook as secretary. Messrs. Oscsr billips, Thoraai L Risheill, Louit rill, S G Brent, S P. Fisher, were Iso present. The arrangements for the mast mee'. ig st the Opera Housa on tbe night I the 27th instant were perfected. Mr. iohioton Moocure, democrats can tdate for tbe Houte of Delegates from tis city sod county, it wat snoouoced, oula be ooe of the speakers on that inc? ition. A committee wat appointed for the j oipose of escorting Hon. H. St. George 'acker end Hon. C. 0. Carlin, who rill alto ipesk, to tbe Opera Houte on tbe ight of tbe meeting. The committee ontlits of Mewn. R. S. Birrett, F. 0. pinks. Howsrd W. Snitb, R. D. Iromback, 0. B. Maraball, 8 P. 'ither, J. M. HUI, Tho*. L. Ritheill, . F. B-rrell, Miyor F. J. Paff, J. B. laton, R H. Cox, Hubert Snowden, . R. N. Curtin and T. W. Robinsoo. The cbslrmso was author'z d to pro are music for the occasion. The committee adjourned to meet gain on the night of Friday, the 22 id. RIBUTE TO THE SEVENTEENTH Tb* following extract takeo from the inrcal of the Virginia House of Dele ales, sesiion 1863.4 psge 165, wst dit? hered by Mr. Lawrence Washington, ho was recently lookiog over tbe stste icords. No one now living io Auxan ria, not even Col. Herbert, himself, new of its existence: Herbert, Arthur (Lt. Col.). "Resolved, Thst the tbaokt of the leneral Assembly of Virginia are due nd are hereby tendered to Lieut. C il. Ltthur Herbert, of tbe 17;h Regiment f Virginia In lao tr j, Corse's brigade, ickett's division, and the gallant troops oder hil commend, for the determioa oo they have shown to uphold and de nd the independence of Virginia and ie Confederate states at is evinced bj leir action on Mooday.the 15th instant, o which they reenlisted for the war. The Seventeenth Virginia Regiment as composed largely of Alexaodriant nd men in tbe neighboring counties, lo more gallant regiment than the 17th srved in the wsr. POLITICAL RALLY. The democrats of Alexandria county 'ill have a rally on M oday night st he court boote when Sanator Thot. S. lartln, Congressman C. G. Carlin and lr. Robinson Moncure, democratic ominee for tbe Irgislature, will address he votert In conversation with a umber of democrats yesterday Senator lartin said he taw no reaton to revile is remarks about tbe tize ot the demo retie majority tbit tall. There is ?radically no opposition to Mr. Mon ure for tbe legislature and it it safe to iredict that the independeot candidate ppotiog him will not receive 200 votet. o ftct the oppositioo it giving the dflm eratic nominee very little coucero. Mr. doncure it young, trustworthy ead able nd, it it believed, wiil render a good .(?count of himself in the legislature of firginia. _ TO KEEP THE CHILDREN WARM The management of the Surprise blaire bas very generously given tbe iroceeds of Wednesday and Friday even pgs of tbe coming week for the benefit if the Children's Home. At the owner if thii theatre it a Washingtonian, it it urely the duty of the citizens of Alex? ina to do their part and purchase ticket* or thete evenings. An unusually at ractive programme ia to be put on both ivenings, with a change of vaudeville, >nd tbs moat interesting pic urea have reen telected. Ticket! can be pur. ibased al any of the prominent business louses and alto at the box office of tbe heatre. REUHABITES. An interesting meeting ol Pemver loee Tent No. 1098 waa held at the r lall on north Pitt etreet, last night. Several applications for memnership, vere received, aod one candidate lui iated, after which remarka were tnide >y L. D. Ly let H. T. 1)., aod otbert oo he good and welfitreof the order. This ent it io a nourishing condition and loiug a good work for fellow humanity sho are addicted to the habit of strong irink. In addition the order has an insurance future attached to their order, to all wbo become members. This teat bas onder cooiideratioo ao oyster sup? per or bszaar io tbe near future. POLICE COURT [Justice H. B Caton presiding] Tbe following caaet were disposed of this moroiog: George Ward, charged with assault lng Nellie MilUr, wat ditmUied Mary Cook, co'ored, tutpre'ed nf stealing money from Elisa Allen, col? ored, was ditmitsed. Heory Butler, colored, charged with abusive language toward Bertha John ton, forfeited hit collateral by failing to appear. Richard Grigtby, colored, charged with drunken sod disorderly conduct, was fined $5. OUTCOME OF "QUARANTINE. A romantic weddiog, ss the direct outcome of belog quarantined, wss an nounced at Woodstowo, N. J., yester? day. Tbe bridegroom is Raymond Carter Reeve*, ol Alexandria, and Mi-s Gleodoia W. Lavis, of Woodstown, N. J., is ibe bride. While celling at thc home of Mus Dtvis, tbe honte wai quarantined. Although tbe young peopli were acquainted they were not lovers, The enforced stsy indoors, however, had its effect, and before the embargo wa> lilted they bad become engaged. 1 hi climax waa the wedding at Wooditowo Mr. Reeve* ii connected with the audit lng department of the Sou hern Rail' way at Alexandria_ The Lindner Shoe for Ladies fine weaa bas no equal, J *hn A Marshall & Bro, 4>2 V in g street Where Quality Rules LYSNHAVKN* ou the HALV ??ELI and all other stiles at the OPERA HOUSE CAFE. Try BRILL'S Celebrated Singl Flied or a Surpassing Stew Coal Coke Woo Be wi??_Bay your fg^i before the teve weather *???? t>e*t qu*lity,promptdelive sad ure I narkal Vr\^._ Phone 95. Da'< AllCHEaoN, w aouth Boya! ?tr**t "LENA RIVERS.' Mary J. Holme*, the woman who** lovel* have et joyed ai great a popular? ly among women and girls ss sny writer ol tbe century, wa* a great col ec.or of curioi and this practice the rept up to tbe last yeer of ber life. rVbeo the died st the sge of 79, st Brockport, Mast., her borne resembled i regular museum. Her travela bad in jludtd Europe, from Norway lo Italy tod trom France to Ruaiia, all of wbicb souolries she visited several times. Pal? estine and the Holy Land, Cbica, Japan, the iilandt of the Pacific aod all tbe mt and oat* of ber owo coaotry. Her tattei were toroid, aod catholic sod literary snd srt curios shsred hooors with specimeoa of native w irk, with pottery, china and wocd craft. It wa* amid these surroundings tbat tbe worked tod wrote the many novell thst brought ber fame and fortune. Although the had oot done a greet deal for aeveral j eart preceding her destb, snd shebas now been dtad s year, her works still enjoy a greet pcpu ari ty and are amoog tbe bestsellers of tbe day. A few uf them bare found their way to tbe sttge sod ol these easily the mott popular and at present, mott prominently before tbe public, it "Lens Rivets," Dy Beolsh Poyoter, which will be presented at the Opera House Mondsy night. Miss Edon Msrshsll appesrs as "Lena" and is supported by an exceptionally strong Batt. CORPORATION COURT. [Judge L. C. Barley presiding.] Cum, vi. John Lattin; jory aod cate contioaed uotil Tuesday morning. As bitted yesterday, this case grows out of the collision between ao electric train and sd engioe on tbe Southern Railway Kt tbe Intertection of Cameron and Henry streets on September 8 last, Tbe case was heard in tbe Police Oourt wheo the crews of both trsint were held re? sponsible sod fioes were Imposed. Ao appeal wat takea tod the cate ia now on trial. Engineer Lsttin ia represented hy Col. Francis L. Smith aod R. D. | Brumback, aod the prosecution ia being conducted by Commonwealth'! Attorney 3 G. Brent. The cate of 0. R. Violet, the conductor of tbe electric car, who wat also fined, and which was alto ap* pealed, will follow tbe Lattin cste. Con? ductor Violet will be represented bf At? torneys J. R. k H. B. Oitoo. BIDS OPENED. The building committee of Alexio dria Lodge, No 758, of Elks, met to? day and opened the bids for the erection of a new borne for that lodge to be located on tbe south side of Prioce street east of Roytl. There were teven bid? den, snd that of Mr. J. W. Devers 122,504 70, wat the lowest The con? tract it therefore swarded to Mr. Devers sot j?ct to the approval of the lodge which meets on Monday night, Tbe bui'diog under the contract is to be finished within five months from tbe swarding ot ihe contract Mott of the hids r?oged from tbat of Mr. Devers to $25,000, the limit, though one bidder named $31,000 A description of the n-v building hst heretofore been pub i'-r el It ia to be s very bsndsome build og, conveniently srrsoged. ROBERT8 CHAPEL. A ten-dsyt' religious cimpsign wi'l noen tomorrow in Roberts Chapel M. E Cnurcb, on smith Washlogtoo street. Tbe campaign services will b? conducted hv the pas or, Rev. G W. W. Jenkint. Tomorrow will be ttewsrdt' rtlly and eacb rarmb-r and friend is atked to con? tribute 50 couta. A termon will be de? livered a 6 a. m. by the pastor. At Ila. m. Rev. Fairlax Km*, of Wood? lawn, Va , will preach. Mott of his own congregation wll be present. A1 3 p. m. Rev. 8. W. Brown, D. D., of Eoeoez?r Ohorcb, Washington, D. C., will conduct the services. His choir and c ingrid ion will accompany him to ibis city. At 8 p. m. Rev. W. I. Tyler, of Falls Caurcb, will preach. His congregation will be io sttendancs. SUICIDE. Eirene P. McKinney, 35 yean old, ol Rockville, Md , ap to a mooth ago h bookkeeper I r a Washington newspaper, late ye'terday afternoon drank a quantity of carbolic acid. He later died in a hospita'. On two orations the yoong mao bid thsea'.enen suicide by the time means. Deepmderjcy ever the lots of s child Istt July, lotiog his potitlno wltb Ihe newspaper, his failure to procure employment, domestic troubles and ill ness was taid by memberi of tbe family tn he the cause ol McKeony's act. He w?s well koowa io tbit city where he lived for tome yetrs having been em ployed aa a clerk io tbe Siothern Hill? way office. THE NEW NORFOLK LINE. Tbe titeamer St. Johos, of tbe new Nrrfoltc line, arrived up oo time thii nv ming with passengers and freight foi tbit city and Wstbiogtoo. The St. Jobni was ta'uted by tbe steam craft at she came through Hampton Rrads sod docked st her pier at the foot of Com? merce stree*, Norfolk, yesterday morn? ing, the people of that city appreciating tbe inauguration of another line o steamers between Norlolk, Oolonisi Besch, Alexandria and Wathington LUTHERAN CHURCH. Tomorrow, at ll a. m., Rey. Mr Twedeo, of Nord, mltsioosry to thi Norwegians in tbit state, will preach ai Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Im mediately after the trrvices a meeting o thu entire congregation will be held lo the purpose of calling a minister, Rev Mr. Dablman, who wat selected at lei Sunday'* meeting, having b*d pref ional received and ieeep ed a call io soothe field. ^____ CALL DECLINED Re?. J. R He?|?e, pas or of tbe SJ< ond Presbyterian Church in (bis cit] ha? declined a call presetted t^ him b tbe Presbyter an mission in Korea t become i ne i I the seven evangel *s I b? sent . ot this fall. Mr. Sevier ia] be feels it lit duty tn remain in cbarj of fie church io this ci'y. Ti.e Market. f;.?r..?<cwn. D C <Vt. 16 *U. jftfi _J Solid Comfort. Neat and S?' tish. The Red Cross Shoes fi Ladies J, A Marshall fr Brc King street MEALS TO ORDER. Soft Orab*. Crab Bal ail BRADDOCK [Straight Rye] tl q ..JACOB BRILL'! Foot of Kimr Street. Open Ev*iua*M Uutil 10 p. in. Washington - Warm Ribbed D.C. Thess cold da" nqaire wirmsr Un? derwear, ?nd von hurl best out now Vernen's Fleere I Jersey ruting Rib? bed VhU. also patts to match 25 C with French bands A garment Women's Bleach"! \est.; straight rb hed. fall weight, al*. kqueitr an 5QC Tights io nssteh. r*ch... Wornt i's Hslf Wool Vts.s and pant*, jeraey fitting, vest'with high neck and long sleeves; Pan*, irenrh baud and ankl* length*. Choice of cream J$q or natural, at a game .t. Wornea's Union Baits, winter weight, fleeced, i*r**y-fittiaf, ct'tm ot natural, button down front Medium 50c siiei. Mc, *xtr* sis** for. children's Flaaoad Vests and Panta, jersey fitting, long *l**ve vests; panta in ankle Itngth wuk *laitie or mtulin bands; ores in and natural; all 25 C ??t**?t. **oh. * w Childran's Union .Snit*, jersey fitting, cream or natural, heavily fleeced. Silo All sites *t . *,vc First Floor?9. Kaon, Sons St Co. PER-^NAL. Mn Cl s'l't F. Raak will leave here on Wedoe>d-?y, tue W h, for S*n Diego, Cal., wher< ah^ sui j in her husband, Lieut. OhT.es F. (laira, U S. R. 0. 8 , at tl at fa ion. Mr. A. B Cheening, a promising young niuo, ot Lyfehbarg, son nf the lats R Clowning, of Alexaodria, and nephew ol Mr. A. fl Obewoiog of Roan? oke, is to marry M ss Elzabelb Jooea, ol Lynchburg, next Wednesday eveoiog, at ber reiideoce. A'tera visit io Watb iogton, they will stake their borne in Lynchburg. ? [Roanoke World. Dr. Lucien C. " nith, formerly of this city, who for tbe part eight montht bsa been io Rio Maltris, Brazil, la the capacity of surgeon with a railway com ( any his returotd lo bit borne in Wash? ington. He ia now at the Oeorge With iogton Univertity Hospital for treat? ment Min Ruth Henderson it visiting her vitter, Mrs. 0. W. Lsycock, st Hsmil m. Mr. J. T. Evan-, jr., aod Mitt Pearl Irene Craven, daughter of Mr. W. L Craven, were married tbit eveciog by Rev C. D. Balls st tbe partonsge of the M, E. Church Sooth. SURPR18E THEATRE. Thia ii the list chtoce for the smote meat lover to see oae of tbe grest?st snows ever presented to an Alexsodria audience. At the Surprise too'ght tbe Jsptoete troupe will Hgain produce o h'gh dasi corned?; the handcuff, king, Oreat Carroll, will perform, aod Castile George at a black face comedian will fi r her delight thots who attend. En? tire change ol picturct. ELECTION JUDGES. The city electoral botrd bat appointed the following republican judge* of *|ert'on hr this cit?: Firtt ward, 0 W. Min? der; Second, Wm. J ly; 'hird, James Ewal-', sod Fmir, J. E. H-eoner. Goodyear G')ld Seal RuUber Hoots ami Shoes can bi' bad st ?122 Kinw street. J A Marahall & Bro Oysters Fried Oysters a Specialty. Chicken on Toast. SPINK'S CAFE my 7-t-r:?. . Cou KKXT-riie dwallia* nari of lil ? M*rth fairfax street! also bri.-K dwellinj 214 south Henry stscet. Apph i<> E. ll TAY I.'ii;, ult; .lt"_118 Snutli Fairfax ntreet._ FOR SALE-Y? ir-' ?fi i 'ii -'""k fmn mr Ihnroujhbre i Bull ' Ivm nih Rooi and Black Minore* eblekea* Price* rchfon aVe. I)rC. K OUTC > LT. lt CG. Sloan & Co, (Incorporated). Auctioneers - - 1407 fi St Washington, D. C Carpets AT AUCTION. 300 good secnnd-hind parrot?, new root size ruts and oil cloths will bp MM at the un restricted public auction within our roomi 1407 O 8t'eet, Northwest, on WKDNESDAY. October 20, 190?, ?t 10 a tn. Manv of tte carpets ate high (trade an equal to new, having br?u ii'ed in and are bi in tr told (sr prominent :<>cal hotels, apart meot* and p irste houses?*l-o fur carpi cleaning es abashments, storage warehouet aod Ioctl departments Housekeepers ?.d deil rs invited. Termi Cash. C. fi. SLOAN & Co., Inc. Auctioneers. MOT O Strtet, WaOiingt, n, ll C. # It will be a great pleasure I S to have you call and inspect i the mott beautiful line of < ? STERLING SILVER* 8PICTURE FRAMES' # Webaveever thown.? Mini-v- I # ture to cabinet sire*. 4 J $150 to $io.oo. ; i i ? R. C. Acion & Sons Jeweler* and Silrertmlth*. *f ??????????? FOR SALE Two b?sntiful new Uy window HRICK DWEIJJNGSon smith Lee street, near Pltace strret, containing 7 roomi each wit ii every modem convenience. Splendid furnace in cell,r; up t< - late cabinet mantels; closet*; concreted cellar. IH*MDCflOX invitki). FURTHER PARTICULAR;* OF JOHN D. NORMOYl Cor. King and Royal Sts. octuet LOCAL BiteVMlKt The weather wu cold and rainy last night. Bright and cool conditions have prevailed today. Mr. George Wood with one shot in Hunting creek yesterday killed 104 docks--most of them crow ducks. Tbe remsins ul the Isle Edward Hsyes, formerly of this city, who died in Westlington on Mondsy,were brought here today end interred in St, Mary's cemetery. The first degree wit cooferred upon two candidates at the meeting of Poto? mac Lodge of Odd Fellows last night. One candidate received the initiatory degree. Washington police hare been asked to locate Columbus Wilton, 60 yean old, a builder living at Clarendon, Alex andria county. The man disappeared list Monday. Priendt tay he told them he felt like jumping overboard. There was another abuodant suppl? of country produce in market this moro ing. Prions, however, showed no ms* terial deviation from thote of lest Bttnr day. eggs told at from SO a 32 cent* a doun, aod butter at 30 cents a poand. The drawing for the pipe acd canoe, which were at the autumn feetival ot Seminole Tribe Bed Men, will take plac* Monday night nf xt st the Armory between 7:30 snd 8 o'clock aod the pub? lic lt invited to be pretent. The brightest light that e<Mr shown on Northern t fiore reflected its etlilgeuce in th* luminous rays ol the Arctic Auroral* rialis; and out there in the vast expanse of the la* and the snow aod the God knows whst flew the Oriflamme of Freedom, the banner ot' ?tars and stripes like and epitome of the won? derful (xi ser ami endurance of tbe people n Gr l's own country. Audit's thoa* irresistibly delicious Auth Sausage* and Hams from the Auth Stiud and that delectable home-killed freth nea from the Anth Msrket that make such mea st Cuok. Peary and Mr. Einstein. Jj I van Blnndheiui, TheAuth Stand and The Auth Market. C. aland Coke to burn?PK\ COAL? Goo I h?M Anthracite Coal, $4 SO per ton. *t DsWitt Aitchison')*, 107 south Riyal -trent. Phone 95. odd lOt Fire st midnigh'. destroyed the Iron t mndrr ol the Oreaeeut Foundry Com jany on the outskirt of Wilmington Dd.', entailing a lost of 130,000, with lilla insurance The He?s, The Walkover, The Regal Shoes for Men. J A, Mar shall ft Bro . 422 Kine street FOR SALE. Deairable three atory Brick Dwelling, No*. 413-15 Prince Street, containing [5 rooms and every modern conveni? ence. Splendid condition. Large tide lot. Further particulars of John D. Normoyle, King and Royal Sta. octie 3t OHINA, OL VS AND HUUrtBFUKN H?UNG GODfv. Get Your House in Order for Cold Weather. Perfection Oil Heaters $4 50 Air Tight Wood Heaters From $1 50 to $2 98 Stove Pipe - 10c Joint Elbows - 10c Each Fire Shovels, 5c, 10c and 15c each Coal Sifters, 10c. 15c and 25c Coal Hods, 15c, 19c aod 25c. IO quart Galvanized Pails, 10c. Elliott's. Cor. King and Pitt Sta BOOPBaalaaatl AJ^OTA^TJONEBS - LADIES' COAT SWEATERS. Pnr? Wo?l in different color*, ?iu^t tin- thine for tues* cool evening*. All the latartSi yl*s. From $2 up to $5 00 Same thing in aline*' and Children's, fron $1.25 to $3 00 Come While The Stock ia Full. R.E. KNIGHT 621623-625 King street. ijMiy ro-Night's-Night When man and beast retire in joyful an? ticipation of a day free from labor. When one closes his eyes in sleep his dreams will be sweeter, his awakening more glorious if he has not failed LORD FAIRFAX bottled to secure a bottle of \*SZ+SSZ??m m bond. 423 King St. Home 'Phone 187 old by all first-f class dealers f ell 'Phone 136 HAND LASTH> Prices $5.00, $6.00 and Up A careful examination of the Steadfast shoe will show you the distinct style of iv erv model. They have every touch of extra, finish that can be given to a shoe. They are made to fit perfectly and hold their shape. The custom form, fit and finish of Steadfast shoes will appeal most quickly ta the man who has been paying twice or three times as much to a custom shoe maker to secure exactly the same grade of footwear. Every particle of material, from sole to thread, is of precisely the same grade thaty the custom shoe maker uses in the hoes he makeB to order ?Ira the Shoe that makes the )RANO WORTH CALLINQ FOR Acwpr/fcM A Shoe tor Gentlemen S.H.lYNN&CO. 429JKing Street. Swan Bros >?????????? New Corset For Stout Women i You wil1 find in our Thousands of atout women who have laaagiued that they must have their corsets made to order are now saving half their money and enjoy? ing greater com? fort by wearing the famous Nemo Self-Reducing Corset. A model for every stout figure ?tall and stout, short and stout, or just "' fat." Four sty les at on*) popular price? Department Only makes of the highest standard. Where Comfort Style and Durability are concerned they are unexcelled. We call soe cial attention to the well known NEMO CORSETS specially adapted for stout figures We are showing a complete line of the new models at the only corset that ha* ever really a- ??_J (** f-A rt * helped a stout women to reduce her \\ lill jlll/l \\ SH Mg If ?WyB*?-thaf?why we recommend it. VO-VV <*?U 9Q W ' "" *3.00 Tba new Flat ning-Baek model* SOf-REDUONG make Prince*** S.IMIC? rHEatBsa; etfects possible to stout, "dumpy" women. Ask to se* our new No.' 320 (tall) and No. 318 (short), if you want the new flat hip and sloping back effect. There's no substitute for the Nemo. It was the original -reducing" corset, and it remains the best. In fact, it U ttmwt Citizens National Bank ALEXANDRIA. VIPUINI V CAPITAL - -.$100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - $120,000 OFFICERS t President, flee President, edward L. Daingerfleld. Carroll PUrce. Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. B. B, Pty ne. Asst. Cashier J. C. Snoot, Worth Hulfutt, M. A. Ahern, Ol HECTOR8: Bdwvrd L. Daingerfleld. j. w.Robert* Carroll Flare* Urban S Lambert, PATRONS of our Savings Department will please present their pass books for the entry of interest therein to Oct. 1, 1909. ????<>??? ?< %%%?????????????? ?????? ?,!' ir-r-r-r ! Sure ? ft Need an Alarm Clock? I and Get a Good One There ar* none belier than thc*e we o.??r jou From $1.00 to $1.50 Each. We guarantee thru they wil! k.eo jn ? rnie and mate noiie enough i<> awaken you at th? ri*#t hour, a- we I. You <Mn't run any riak in buying any tort ni ? cl<<ck hr re. Ld ls Show You To-Day %????????????????????^????