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?WMDJT EVKNING, OCT. 37,1909.
Local Mattera. Sun and Tide Table. Un nae* tomorrow at 6.22 and set* at 5.05 Bigb water at 7.07 a. m. and 7.22 p. m. Weather Probabilities For this nection fair tonight and Thurs? day: rolri.-r Thursday; moderate etouthweet to west winds MA** MEETING TONIGHT. The city democratic committee have made all arrangements for tbe mass meeting at the Opera House tonight. Hon H. -<t t^or^e Tucker, Hon 0. O. G?rlin aod Mr. Robinson Moncure, democratie: candidate for the House of Delegates, will be the speaker*. Magie has beeo procued for the occaaiou and an interesting evening it assured all wbo attend, it ia hoped there will be a large turnout of democrats. Tbs committee which will escort the Bpesk?r to the hall will meet at 7:30 o'cLck st Mr. E. L. Allen's drug store. Oie half ol tbe committee will escott Mr. Tucker, and the other Mr. Oarlin. YOUNO MEN'S SENATE. A well-attended meeting of the Young Men's Senate was beld laat night. Tbe main business transacted was tbe nomination of tbe following officers: For president, Carl Schafer and Thomas Clarke; vice president, Charles Wright, W. C. Baggett and W. N. Harper; chaplain. Rev. 0. I). Balla, J. G. Graham and John Monroe; finan? cial secretary, J. O Gillam; assistant financial secre'arv, Jo?eph Goldsmith; serge ant-a'-arms, F. 0. Kolgh1 assistant serge ant-at-aems, Joseph Goldsmith; journal clerk, A M Dawson aod Robert .Z.cbsry; secretary, William Lucken aod I G. Graham; postmsster, Joseph Geldsmith; senste repiner, F. C. Knight aod W. N. Harper; reading clerk, W. C. Bsggett and E. Vf. Jen. kins. The election will ttke place at tbe tara, ing next Tuesday night. Arrange meu.a for the oyster roast on tbe night ot tba 16.h of November have been made.__^ THE PROPOSED NEW ROAD. Specifications and estimate* for the proposed mac-dam road from Alexan? dria and Waahington will be ready within a week. The surveying waa completed about tea daya ago, and aince then government engineers bave beeo busy with the preparation of detalla aod eistimatta, Tbis work probably will be done by the middle of next week. J E. Penneypackee, jr., of the office of public roads, Department of Agricul? ture, aays that the plans call for tbe widening of toe road In tbe vicinity of 11 JLona Park, aod it ia possible tbat a car' hark spur will have to be moved. A j crustieel-rock surfacing, with a special I Jbinding treatment, ia planned. The specificstions and estimates will be .submitted to the Virginia highway comm.ssicn Brat, aa lt must give its ap? proval, .'" cause the state fonds also will bs coo:riu^ted to the construction of the neiwrtad. ^_ AN EVENI.YG IN THE OLD SOUTH. *tlf*ies in which will be mingled epstno* and humer, tears and laughter will be leld bv Mies Louiae A. Williams, of Georgi*, to ghi ni ibe vernacular ?of t^re niel type darkey,in the hs'lrotin ol tbe Arlington Hotel ia Washington, The> e-n ertKiiimPo, ai under ttl*auspices crt the Ptonenall Jackson Chapter, U. D OL, of Washington. Mies Williams is the riaugrvrr of a distinguished Oin f*derat' veteran, Ote.it. Williams of Gan. Cobb's cavnliy, aud the atoriea ahe tel a are manv of them given aa told to her by tbe old negroes e-till living about ber soo'he ru hiern?. A large number of prominent ladies eulong >he muthern .circles are patron*'*** of Miss Willtama' a^iesranee In Washiogtou tonight Ufa, Robt. E Le will be master of cer ...monies of tbe evening POLIOS COURT, f Justice H. B Oaton presiding] Tne following cases were disposed of thin morong: John 1 ravers, charged wi h being drunk and disorderly, was sent to jsll for five day* Dewey Lae, a colored boy, charged 'wiMi as'sul'ing William Dsrley witb a stine, was dismissed. Eogene Parker, colored, charged with og, l-l his case continued. CORPORATION COURT. [?Judge L. C. Bari*? presiding.] Oosv. vs. James Johnson, J sepb Didfw and LV wia Canner, indicted for selliog w<a ne; csse* continued till tbe November i?rm and Mr F. P. Roaaell desigrateel t 'flt-ml the prisoners R bert H rtc>i 9%, Waahington, Alex andria A Mt, \7ytooo Railway Oi.m paoy; jury and essa lt, ?'ogress. LB 'TUBE ON TH E TOGO'S Tonight at the Second Presbyter!" Oorch at 7.30 o'clock Dr. 8. S _??*?. of Washington, will deliver tbe fourth *?f tbe series of addrea?rs he ls giving on great torrie* of revelation. His subj-ct toni.-ht is "The Logra"? Christ. Ibe price paVd hy Go i fr Mho's redemption. Large nam hers have been bearing Dr. Laws with ureat pleaeure< and profit The poo. c is cordially invitee!. TWO CARS ROBBED. An inventory of the contents of tbe car belonging to the Atmoor Company wbicb was bobbed io the Southern Rail? way yard last Sunday night ehowa that ?* dresseu lamb, two boxes of pigs feet aod ooe boi ot bologna sausage were stolen. This ia th" second car belong to the Armour Company which has been robbed during tbe past tea days. PROPERTY SALE. The old First National Bank building on tbe southweat corner of Prince and Lee streets bas been sold to Mr. Rober. Attcheson, who, lt is understood, will demolish the structure anti erect on its site several residences with all modem Improvements. INJURED BY A CAVE-IN. Frar.k Cole while at work on the Telegraph road near Oameron run today was seriously injured bv the caving in of a bank of sand. Dr Jones of th s city was eumatoned and he rendered the nec? essary surgical aid. lire Lindner Shoe for Ladies' | fine weaa has no equal, John A. ' Marshall & Bro., U2 Kingttreei. YOUNG MAN CUT. Alteey i"o bss heretfore been cabled to tbe fact ib*t tbe old Ai- xandrla House, 00 tbe corner of Prince and B. Asaph streets, is grsduslly being wrecked. I. ia at present a roosting place for botb white aod black, while the front steps sre often used by nocturnal loafers mora cr less under tbe influence of liquor. Tbere was a drunken orgie there aoout 1 lo'eic ck last night which terminated in a fight, during wbicb a young man was seriously cut on one of his bands. Blood from the wound could be a?eo on the pavement thia morning. Officer Samp sen later found tbe young man io the s'reet and placed him in * carrisge ami Bent bim tu his home. Beards of the fence on the St. Asaph street side of tbe building have been removed and ecceta to the structure is easy. People living in tbe neighborhood are apprehensive, as fire la likely to break out in the build? ing st any time by tbe carelessness rr maliciousness of irresponsible trespas? sers. KEEPING TOTHE FRONT. As will be seen by their advertise? ment elsewhere in Ibe G.z-tte, the en? terprising firm of Myers Brothers have added to their already large a id increas? ing wagon and carriage trade an agency for automobiles. The demand for euio mobiles in tbis city is growing very fast, and there will no doubt be quite a good] many cars purchased hen during the coming yeer. There is no firm in this city so well equipped for hsndling sato mobiles as Myers Bro hers, their plan' on north Pitt atreet being already fi ted out with machinery, tools, etc , necessary In making repairs. Tbeir representative ttates today that as the demand in? creases they will equip snd conduct a regolsr auto garage. Tbe firm of Myers Brothers ia ari op to-date manufacturing plant and tbe work turned out by (bern ipeaka for Haelf. It can be aafely s.id tbat whatever thia enterprising firm undertakes will prove successful. AMUSEMENTS. A great crowd attended the Surprise aat night and witnessed one of the beat raudevllle shows ever seen in this city, fhe work nt Hendrix and McMahon bbb beyond improvement and kept tbe tudience io an uproar all tbe time, while the charac-er singing of "Tbe jereat Bussell," accompanied by Mtdame Bassell, waa tbe greatest of Ita kind and will be the talk of tbe town for some :ime to come. Joseph Vance, tbe. ban list, ia a leader of hia kind and bard to jeal; hia handling of the banj ie ia tba1 if an expert. Owing to the fact tbat tbe democratic ally will take place at the Opera House onigbt tbe Gay Johnson Stock Com jany will show in Frederi.-ksburg and he Dream Thea re under ibe Opera rloaae will bc io operation jost the same vith new aod up-to-date moving pic ures. Admissioo 5 cents. L03T GIRL FOUND. Miaa G erred, wbo tame here no Mon. lay from Stafford county and took a sivil service examination, but who after. sard caused ber friends some apprebeo lioa by her sadden disappearance, aaa onnd yesterday evening in Wssbinglon. It appears that she got efl tbe traio in a >art of .he city with which she wss nm iciuaioted and waa lott. Sae finally onad her way to tbe home ot a relative md from tbere communicated with her tome. Thia morning her brother went o Waahington to take ber borne. Goodyear Gold Seal Rubber Roots aid Shoes can be had at 122 Kinw street J A Marshall & Uro. Oysters Fried Oysters a Specialty. Chicken on Toast. SPUNK'S CAFE lay 7-eSmee* For House of Delegates. 1 respectfully armouuee myself hs an ii.<li pendet.t e-andidste for the- Howes nt Dele ?Tites to represent Alexandria ci linty and ?ity 1 r hui 1 tee pleased to addrest the nuhlie ibould opportunities occur. If not to instruct perhaps to amuse. Reetpectfully submitted, JOSEPH BELLAMYS. Jrseph Bell Amiss, independent candidate for the House of Delegates, wt* born in Wsr ren county, Va., sixty-four yeer* ago. En? listed lo the Confederate State* army at the ?ge of seventeen years, Co E, t-ch Va. Cav? alry, Ko* er* Brigade: wounded twice se? verely. Taught abaut twenty sessions in the public behool* of Virj; ni*; ? es in the same 1-ew class with HoO.Johu F. Ri tey, dc at the University of Virginia, session 1*7 i lo 1875. Practiced law in Harritoobarg, Va, and Stauntoo, Va. During the pa-t ten je-srs hu resided iu Resslyr), Alexandria, counts, whare he is now justice of the peai-r. oc27 30*_I_ FOR REMT-Desirab|ebrick DWELLING all mexlern improvement*. Applv 10m north Patrick stree*. oc27 3t FOR SALE-Ten room brick DWELLING with bath, storeroom and concrete ?llar: Nin good rendition, friete $1,000 Address PRINCE STRfET PROPyKT V oc27 St_h ire Gazelle Cmee. Vt/ANTFD. A efleaW'tent fewg MAN W with knowledge of the fertilizer buti nea*. Permanent pof*'"" ? -1 Pl jv mUti . jff KlWQwTKEBg. jouris lady ?_h> >y yenart experience as HO jKKEEtp-K wisbs* half*. ,1?v> work e.>fh day. Address "B,"Gasette office. vTV^TntED-_rTve CA SPENCERS to work VV\tKort'u_rnt Ai.plyatJ.D .night shop, sui .0nt jH"?al rtreet.______! WNKR la_P?ff ?**? wili !*11 wel1 buil BRIClSJw-LLlKGlB excellent ec, ditton. 13 roeMs with bath, w?sh room ano cellar larieW lot. B .rgain lo 4uick pu n^^_jlJpess_M._Bo? ti. City oort to lYrirrram- The annual nieei'nu of the *t<tt?_Plder* f the ALEXANDRIA WATER __)5aPANY will be held at n^on on Mt?NI?Y. November 1. 1909 uctlVtdJ^EORQE 11HLEK. Secretary. ~~J eVOR RENT Th. R__pEH* WORTH FARM; possession iJBary 1, MO. Apply on place er b?1Ld___> MRS. LEE. Rurkes. Fairfst ^ntT. yri"'*_ ?nS tf nR-__JE'llT. A comfortable t BOOM ,,,_BlLING, dry cellar snd jaH. frict, clo C. M. ADAMS, oct^y _411 King etreet. XOtJk VOTER'* OF ALKA AX DR| A CITY. 1 * U be a candidate for the < **EA*i'RER OF WOOD AND BAeXK ai the e'?<.tion io be held Tue day, Koveaabw 8, aud w0n],} be ta^nkfuJ f0r your eroppore. _, Respectfully, extMetd_<5?A8 DSABwOBN. pOflj SALE-Family driving HORSE; fear ???? nf* for lady to drive. Applv at 109 South Alfred it reel. PERSONAL. Mrs. Peyton Randolph, of Aenbers', announce* 'he engagement of her elaagh ter, Miss Ka e Wnitcomb Randolph, to Mr. Charles Landon Scot', ir., ot tba. plsce. The wedding will laka place in December. Mist Randolph 1b tbe daughter of tbe fate M j ir Peyton Ran? dolph who was, at tbe time of his death, one of tbe vice presidents of tbe Southern Railway. Mr. S;ott is a youty civil engineer, the son of Mr. 0. L 8cotr, of tbe Amherst Bar, and ia now engaged on work with tbe State Highway Commit sion. Mr. and Mrs. Rslph E. Kerning on have* returned from tbeir wedding irip. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Piper have reiuroed from their wedding trip. Messr* W. R and C. B. Saran have gone ti New York for a few dava to complete tbeir purchases for the holiday trade. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY [Judge J. B. T. Thornton, preaiding] The court waa eogaged (oday in hear? ing arguments io thecaaeof Simpson va. Tl MUM, LOCAL BREVITIES Mas Harriet Jscobs died at her home in Washington on Sunday. Tbe Y. M. S. L. Jr.,basketball five will play the A. L I. team on Friday night st the Armory Hall. Tbe ioi ia'ory degree was conferred op oo two candidates st the meeting of Sarepta Lidgeof Odd Felic wt last nigh;. A meeting ol ibe former studcn's of St. Johna' Acftd-iny will be held st tbe rooms ol the Chamber of Commerce to? morrow night. Tbe tbirty-fourib annual atbleiic day exercises ot tie Episcopal High Sch xl will he held on the grounds of (hst in? stitution November S next. Court of Isabella, No. 04, will hold aa entertainment and euchre in tbeir ball tomorrow evening at S o'clock. A pleataot evening is promised all who attend. Tbe faneral of the late Mrs. Mary E. 3'.rooel took place from tbe residence.oo (J immerce street, tbis afternoon. Tbe tervices were conducted by Rev. Father Kelly. Beauregard Foley wsa this morning sworn io and qualified as a eperial game warden under Osme Warden A J. Payne, nf Mount Vernon diatrict, Fair? lea county. Senator Mtrtin and Congressman Oarlio made speeches at Falls Church in Monday night. Tbey predicted a dera? le ia ic victory next Tuesdey and made nioner speeches. Marie, the Utile daughter of Mr Guy Johusou, manager of the Opera House in this city, wss ran down by an auto? mobile in Bthiinore a few daya ago and seriously ii jared. A meeting ol Fi -/jerald C.iunc I Klights of Columbus, will be beld >[. Mtry's Hall tonight when Ihe first degree of the < rder will be conferred on inverai candidates, Stewart Washington, a five-year-old hoy, living In West Ead, was operated upon yesterday by Drs. Jones and D? laney for roembrsnous croup. Tbe little fellow is ntjw doing well. Tbere was a meeiing of the bull ling nmmiltee of Alextndria Lidge o'Elks last night, Considerable business in con? nection with the new building now in process of erection wss tranascted. Mr. Joseph Hell Amis*, whore card appears elsewhere, ete-les ut to stat that be is an iunepMideot democra fo tue Botts* of DaVetattrs?snd nu a r.iuelii'nte an the republican ticket. Bbb Wilsoei, c iloeed, of this city, ws* arrested in F*irf>cx county by ^Coos able P?yoe for gujnmg on Honday and *? tsiren belore .fustic Wright at M'uo Vernon thia moroiug and fined $<r> int1 cost, Rev. J >bn J. Wicker, an evangelia! ol K.st Northfield, Mass., last night de? livered an address at tbe Btptfa: Church ot tbe sutjfet "Jolly Jtnroeya Throogh Europe." Tbe proceeds were for the benefit eil the library food. A civil service examinsllon was held in this city today fax census enumerator*. Ther- were 73 applicants?46 females and 28 males. The examination was conduced by Mr. N. L. Williamson, ?s siated by Messrs, R. T. Lucas aud Alvin Powell A meeting of the Fairfax County Teachers' Association wiil bs beld in the West Ead public scboil house Satur? day, October 30, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. All patrons and frienda, who sre tuerested in (hi* work, are coidit ly in v.ted to attend the meeting. Willison Oreen (colored), who escaped from th? state (arm last Wednesday, and for wo in tbe police of three counties and Richmond have been searching, wan arrea ed yesterday afiernoin near <*Jnn fco hy represeotatUes of tbe detective f/rcof the R'cbmoid, Fredericksbar^ and Potomac Railway. Tbe Alexsndria A'.blelic duo's foot? ball eleven will play tbe Coast Artillery fast football team f*om Fort Washington on the north Atrcd street gronnds Sat? urday aft moon at 4:30. The Alexan? dria boya having defeated ail tbe faat tiama io Washington they expect to make a good showing against the sol? diers, Ce?i aud Coke to burn PKA CO Ail? Goexl hard Authr?oit> Coal, $4 50 per toa. ?stDr.WiTT AiTCHBso.N'-, 117 teiuth Roeal Ktreec Phone 96. ocM6 lOt The Hess, The Walkover. The Renal Shoes for Men. J. A. Mar? shall * Itro . 422 Kin? ?tr*t?t. MEALS TO ORDER. S?>ft Craba. Crab Sal td BRAIIDOCK IStraight Bye] $1 QT ..JACOB BRILL'S Foot of King Street Oreen Kv#n?n?? t'eieil io x\. en. mm dolls They will make you laugh. Something new. Prices, $1.00 and $1.50 I olding Go-Carts tor 50c Close* like a fan A toy thai can be put aside for Xmas. R.E. KNIGHT 621*623-625 King street. ir24 1y Washlmton-D. C. Tailored wash waists WORTI UP TO $2 00. Sl.OO Chaiee of several.fct?le* ^haiee or several hw? 1 linen* or madra*. in pleated*, tucked or pwjasx2^ hack< ?theri wit" *-* back. Il All have detachable linen far. and laundered link cunt. Not all sites in any one sty. ICOLLAR NEATNESS.! t THE CUTS BELOW <> Are two of out popular ]> s'vle J COLLARS ?TWO? ?for 25c _ See the Manhattan DRESS SHIRTS I at $1.50 That we are showing shirt per fectlon AGENTS FOR College flotiiing! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B F r man and boy. J ? Kaufmann Bros: 4(12-405 KING STREKT ? Solid Comfort. Neat and S'j Hsh. The Red Cross Shoes for Ladies J, A Marshall & Bro, Kinar street j r-KMhNlv. Dream Theater On ar.ount of public speaking in thc main amlil ?riui;; e | (Ipera House, the Dream The Htc r ?)li ht- openerd tonight bs ii.nil with np in- late diovii ,; Jilctiie- -.. Admission ? ? 5 cenfs SURPRISE THEATRE. afOVDAY ...tikshai . .WRDNK9DAT Chas Hendrix A SD Ethel McMahon ( ...nesly (kl! li \'tills ^Great Bussel Characterisiii" Singer, aM'orup>nie*i by MADAME BUSSEL Joseph Dance Rae j >i*?. 04INA, OLA? ANDHOU-KKURW [-HIN>-> OOOI> Specials In Glassware. "~ fawk ? ki ':: Table Tumblers 2c Each Wine Glasses, 2c Each Cake Stands, lie Each Fruit Stands, 10c Each 25 pairs of Richardson and Union Hardware Company s Ball B?*ar inn Skates, wor h up to $3 75 a pair. Special price unlit so'd $1.98 Per Pair, Elliott's. Cor. King and Pitt Sk neupwANreo-iviALe WANTED -- Yooag nu-o IB leam sutoeuo u?inrt> by mail ?nr| pr*p?re tor positions a* chu flea rs tad repair iut-n. Wi maire you exports in tan weeks: ?*?ii.i you lo ?secure position F?y D'*: wor*: oles* ? ut; sV msnd for man urtr*t; reasonable; write for partir'u'ari and sac P'" le**011- Frapirs Au tomobils InstituU. Rochester, N. V, ooMta* e BOO BRI Eh. "ttams.y Hall* th* B*t*. A Word ABOUT Coffee. I ile) t.'?t sell any packet Coffee '.f any kine! I luve bought and soli] Oilfte for over for tv \ i- irs and think I know something about Coffee- I buy and roast fine Coffes and Belier Value For your money than you get in any < of tee called **?y a fan? cy mme? and put up in a tin box, for which tin box you pay every time Did you ever think of that; fi. WI Killel' NEW CROP FANCY HEAD RICE Quaker and Pawnee Oats. km J. Q. Henshaw 110 South Washington Street. N-.w re*ily Ut rAJ.L BU8IVK* Thaoks lo persistent efl rt* 1 h?ve tie'?ww I eel in com pletiuir nev rel-h'?ted "IRV MK" ? yieteni, in * w?v lh?t g\\e* BtJ lish, gractf I, eomfor table em] u? ll Imlanceel garment* beyond a r i * Mt- ? n'.'H inj Two Large Third Story Roomi FOR RBNT WITH BOARD. Apply at 517 CA_-KO.\ MTHKKT ti lm* AUTOMOBILES Buy your Automobile at home. Four new r now ready, 30 and 40-Horse Power- Our Den? peet d to arrire daily See us before buyi /TYERS BROTHERS. I R' 7 Our Si & Citizi Capital - - Surplusand Undi Os Pre*iae?t<i, Edward L. !>Blnifer?!t?lel. Iflehee-eJ M Ore??ei. CrsbUr. J. C Smoot, Worth Httlfish, M. A. Ahern, .OIRBOTG _elw*rd L. D?log.. P ATRONS of our Savings Dcparti. please present their pass books . entry of interest therein to 0<:t. 1, nen i