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oriTTTMT-C nXI.-JS().0 iU_EXANDRlA* VA. FRIDAY EVENING* eTANUiS^Y^IgaO. PRICE 2 CENTS at What Do They OureT Tha above auastlon ls ofton askad aosf _rn_/Dr Plerw's two leadlag medfc S_i^(fild? Medlcal _lacovary and ?Favorite Prescription. *_c_ji__i fhe answer la that ?Gol4en Madlttl Discovery ? la a aaoet notont a terativaflt SSd-purifler, and UE ?r loviorato* and aote espaelaily favorably ? * ?_ tive way upon all We mueons BnlngaL laeea, ai oT__j rvas&l pauagea. J*-"*} bronchlal tubai. stomach. bowall Mj bladdeB-^urlng a large per aent. of ear rbal cakea whether -tbe afaaase affecU t\ra chla, stomac&S&s cataTr-hal?>,P*Rf_*i? hnwels.fas muV_r---*?U_??4( blaaaar, bowels ?(a* mu? uterus or other Wvlc ortfltr*-* SyM't _xj -li^fTlra ftngfki *" tf" gj__i auccosfui ta aRacir lalJU'iTlTffP rVi__Ut Wt -lut-.'U |B?r?3l-OTtiT9'-Cy!<l?Xil-i'tt!??"-Ji.l ls a powerful f?t genCTy aetlng mvigorai Ing tonic and nervlne. For weak worn out, over-worked women?no mattor wbat bas caused the break-down, "Favorlta Prescrlptlon"wlll ba found mosterTecthe ln building up the strength, regulatlna the womanly funotlons. subdulng pain and brlnglng about a healthy, vigoroua aondltlnn of the wholo system. ..._._, A liook of partlculars wraps each bottia flving the formulse of both medlclnes and c-uoting what scorea of eminent med? lcal aithors, whoBa works are oonsulted by phyiclanaof all the schools of praouca as guides In prescrlbing, say of eaoh la grtviient entwing Into these medieinea. The words of pralae bestowcd #on tha aeveral ingredlents entering Into Doctor Pierco's msdiclnes bv such wrlters should bave more weight than any amount ol Don - profoaslonal to-uimonlals, becanae such men are wrltlng for the guidanceof thotr medlcal brethren and know wherool they spealc. , . .,_ Both medlolnea are non-alcoboile, non aecrct, and contaln no harmful hahlt formfng druga, being coraposed of -lycerle extracts of the roota of natlve, American modlclnal forest plenu They aro both aold by deaiers in medicine. You can I afford to accopt aa a substltute for ouo ol these medlcines of known composltlon, any aecret nostrum. . Dr Pierce'a Pelleta. small. Bugarcoatod, aaay to tako as candy, regulate and !*? wlgorato atomach. llv/ and bowela. Reliable Remedy CATARRH Elj's Cream Balm 1* Quickly abaorbed. r.ivej Reliet at One*. lt cleansos, aoothea, htala *-?d proiocta tho disenw-d mem ?*rauo resuiting from Catarrh and urives aw.?y aCold iatb?H? ni .ui.-kly. K thaSeBaaaof Taaia aad Bmeu. Full etxe |fl ota, at Dmggtsto or by mail. Liquid Oream Bahn f?*? use in atomlaera 7"> eta, ?j,. v? ??' i ? R*1 h'itt'i St--'. KewYortr OEST8' FUliNHHINGS. HONEST AND GENUINE Reductions IN Clothing AND lliilimliislifrj. R. LEE FIELD No.612 King St. Bell Phone 249. GKOOERIES. W. A. JOHNSON _. CO., WHOLE8ALE GR0CER8. eXNKBAJ COMMISSION MERCHANT Ard Dealee* ln ALL KINDS OF UQUORS. Have on hand Gibson'a XX, X_.X, -<-? *,-*?* aud Pnre Oid Rye, Old Cabinet and Lint wram Whiakiea: also Baker'aand Thompson. Para Bye Whiriiee, to whioh the-.' -nfite tht attention ofthe trade. Oiira rrom the oimntry tot m9rchanr_?a ahall reoeive prompt attsution. Oouwgnments of Flour, Grain and Oou_tr) Prodnoe eolioited, for whioh they gnarante* he highert markat prics* and prompt retcrri N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streeta. JOHN AHERN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROC__* Ar." Deaiera in PJRE WINES AND LIQUOBP. Country Prodnoe reie'ved daily. Our itoci ef Plain aid Fancy Grooenee embraoea every. thing to be had ln thiaibne. We hold largely in 0?*"_- Butee *?**;? w_.-_ot_e aud oarry in stock vtriow brandl ofthe beat _ PURE BYE ANi> MALTWHISKtp mada Ha?e alao in store superior grartaa ?? Foreixn and Americ_a WINK.**, ALES, BROWN 8TOUT, Ae, *?*-_t_t?*lon Guaj-anteed aa to Prioa aae" Q__tv.-_? ?m-i?r Prtiw? ?*?*l ~?*?nnen_ 8tr_*_ MEE'IN 8 TCrcX-Or.DERS' MF.EflNQ--^.^ria h-re^y gv?n that the anuu&l n.e.ij, K cf Ihe atockh 11 isof the W. T. WALKER RR'CK <'?*. *ill **ehtll ?t 11 .clock a. _., on WEDNr-'SDAY. January 19, 1910, in the pi icipil ?n"iee of the company, Arlington, Va.. for the parooa* of e'ctinua D-mlent ?ni drctoraa'd tannction of other bu>i nesa Bt order of tl>e prf-iiei-U CHA8. J. WALK KR. r-'ecreUry. j .16.13^*1_ THE *noual mretirg of the stxkholler- ot th- MWANTILE R-.1LWAYBCII.I). TVQani WkH A'SOCIATinN of *l*xan dria V* . *i 1 be ! eld at 10 a m. THl'R*-. DAY. January .0.mo. J.nitd L-WHeOOOF.tecreUry. __?&n~ria <_a_rt_. ___S_S^f?S?*S^Tc? STREET. [Entered at the Poetoflloe of AiaruuWa, Ylr ginta. aa aeoond-claai matter.1 T_a_8: Daily-1 yee_. $5*00 6 months |3:50: 8 montha, $1_8; 1 month, 48 centa; 1 week, 10 oenta. Tri-weekly?1 year, $8.00; 6 montha, $1.60 8 months, 75 oenta: 1 month. 25 oenta. Contract advertisers will not be allowed toex* oeed theirspace nnleea theexoeas ii paid for at trau?ient ratea, and under no circum itanoes will they be allowed to advertiM other than their legitimate buaineea in the space oontracted for. ______ _____ Reeolations in memonam, of thanka, tnputoa of reepect, reaolutioni adopted by aocietiei or pereoni, unleaa of publio oonoern, will nly be printed in the paper aa advertue me-ta._ THE LEE S2ATUE. The blondr shir; waved above a peti* tioo presented to Ooogress Wedoesday by Rsnkio Post, G- A. R , of New York. Tha petition protested sgilnst tbe plao* iog of a etatae in S'.etasry Hall In the Oapiiol of any persoo who fought "on the aide of diso-ion." It wai reported Wedneeday that Bep? reseotative HollinRswortb, of Obio, a soldier of the civll war, Intended to lc Irodooe a reaolution directlog tbe re moval of all itatnes from tbe hall, in order to elimioate tboae of Oonfederate soldlers. Mr. HolllDgswortb, however, denied that he contemplated any snch action. It is known, however, tbat he Is stroDgly opposed to the adoiisalon of a statote of Gan. Robert E. Lee lo 3tatoary Hall. Mr. Hollinswortb, who is a veteran of tbe Union army, was the author of a reaolatlon which eoaght to prevent the acceptanca of a silver servioe bearing the likenesa of Jefierson Davis, wblch was presented to the battlesbip Miseiaaippi Senator Money, of Missiselppl, demo ora'io leader of tbe d-nate, in an ln frview oo Tuesday declared ihe stators of Lee and Washington, Virginia's rep reaentatives in the Hall of Fame, shou d not be "officlilly bidden away," and believes the caatomiry resolntion accept Iog tbe atatnres, especially the Lee memorial, ahould be tflared Oongreaa by the Virginia delegstioo. "It I were a Viiglnisn I wonld take the Lee statoe out of the hall before I wonld allow it to be officlally hiddeo awav," aald Mr. Mooey. ' In my judgment, any man who woold obj-tt to a aiatne of Lee beiog placed io tbe ball ty r ppising the cuatomary reaola? tlon woald slcgly brand himself wlth In famy. I woold like to have aomething lo eay oo the fl *or of the Benate of each a man." Wbetber or not lha Virginia rlelog* tion io Ooogress will offer to Ooogress tbecuitomary reiolation, accepting the statues, ls a matter they have not de? cided. The de'fgation la carefally feel ing its way before tiklng any action one way or ths otber, and if thera ii any likelihood of a eeriooi proteat on tbe fl out ot Oon^ress being made to the pasaage of the resolution, it may not be oflered. This attitnde of the delegation is prompted not so mocb by their owo feeliogs as by a request of prominent Virginians, who do not think it will be wise to arooae any feeling shonld the propoaed rrsolation tend to do tbat. Representa'.ive Oarter Glass, of Lynch' burg, Va., savi the law, creitiog the Hall of Fame bas beencomplied with by Virgioia. He says the statues have betn aelected by Virginia and placed in the Statuary Hall, and tbat is all tbat Ib neoeaaary. "Those statues cannot now ba re* moved unle-s by an act of Ooogreii or by vandala," said Mr. Glaer. "Con? gress ls not likely to paaa tbe removal resolutioo, and vandala will bardly at tack the Oapltol." IUNNEL DI-COVEBED. A trae case of the man who crawled into his hole and pulled tbe bole in af? ter bim was pozzling tbe police In New York last nigbt. And tbere is more iuterest io the hole tbao in the mao wbo dug it, for a cursory first iospection sion sbowed tbat, from an onobtruative aperature in the fljor of a tenement house cellar, the holepresently stretchcd into a tannel, and tbat tbe tannel point ed in the direction of tbe vanlts of tbe East Side braocn of the Foorteenth Street Bank, wlth deposiU of 110,000, 000, aod toward the safe of a jewelry sbop next door, in which tbere lay $60,? 000 worth of diamondi aod jewelry. Isldor Garbas ran to tbe police yes* terday wlth a tale of tbe disappearrce of his brotber inlaw, Iaaac Finkclsteln. The man had last beeo seen, he aaid, in tbe cellar oftbe tenement hoose wh-re tbey lived. Isaac had gooe downsttin to gathtr firewood. He did oot retuin a_d uoder tbe wood pile I-ador hrd round a moood of fres'a eaith. The foundatioos of tbe bouae, he told the pc lxe, must bave collapsed on bis brotber io-law. G-rbas. tbe brother-la-law ol tbe missing man, ls being beld by the police as a witofs*. ^_ TO DIVOEOE HUSBAND'S FEET. Alleglng, smoog otber thiogs, that her husband insisted oo placing bis ca!d feet od ber back in bed at night aod tha" be kept a revoiver onder bis pillow aod ao aze io tbe cloret to stop her pro* teBis, Mrs Aooa M. Weller has filed sait ln divorce agaioat her hosbaod, John G. Welfer, a rich grccar cf tbe Greeofield, Ps., diatrict. Wel.'ei bas filed a ratber spic? reply, in whicb be alleges tbat it is not a case of cold leet at all, bot that his wlle has sooght to get $50,000 worth of property, wbich he owos jolotly with ber, traos* ferred to tbe haods ol some of her cloae relatlvee, bot be bas refosed. Mra. Welfer alleged, smoog otber tbiogs, lhat ooe of ber busband's favorite forms of torture foi ber wss to "iit oo her lap aod bi.e her neck." COOK'S NAME DROPPED. The Arctlc Olnb of America io New York? foonded by Dr. Fredetick A. C.ok aod his aopporters io (he north pole caotrortraf-? throogh ita brard of directors hsi dropped tba oami oftbe Swan Bros KINQ AND J>IT]^STREETS. Daily Deliveries to All Suburbs. Fancy Stiff Bosom Manhattan Shirts Reduced Our annual January Sale of Fancy Stiff Bosom Manhattan Shirts now going on Many choice styies to choose from at the following reduced prices: $1.50 Fancy Manhattan Shirts $1.15 $2.00 Fancy Manhattan Shirts $1.38 ESTABLISHED 1870. RAMMEL BROS We extend to -11 cur kiod thsnks for ihe gencroui patrocag? iccorded N during the pan year wiih tbe aaiuaoce we ahtll uieourgreateat endeavor to merit the rstablisbed pa roDge voo hava so ably helped ns to maintain. W.sbiogvfn a bright aod bappy New Year we are Respectfully, Ratnmel Bros. explorer from the roll ol mtmbereblr-. Tbe action of the ArcMcO.ubdlrectora Wedoesday night was unanitrnua and foliows hard opon tbe beals of the ea plorrr's sommary diaroissal from tbe cnuncll of tli- l'.roiaklan IoBtitnte nf Ari* and scisnces twoTl-ys ai-o, snd strips from the explorer alav>s: the laat vestige of 8:ieotific honorr, only tbe dfgree of doctor of pbilcBiphy, conlerred by the Uolverilty of 0;ipenbagen remainiOK. The Arctic Olub of America led in the welcomirg festsvitiCB to Dr. Uaok on his reiorn inw ?" eenlaod snd C'penhagen. Lster tbe ^lab teodered D-. Oook, a former pmidenl <>t tte nrgao-Ulon, a barqiet st tbo W-ldorf-Astoris, while many of i b iodividoal mem'ierj, inclot' ing Admiral Schley acd Captain Oabon, warmly ctampioned tbe caose oi Oook wuen bia now diicrediled polar claim was cballengrd._ POLICE-EN ELOPE. A scaodal io Danvilie police circles developtd yrs erday, when lt wss rn* nounced pablicly that Ofncers W. 3. Fullrr aod 0. G. Fratklin had dtaerted their wives aod had tloped wilh two siBtera, wi.h wbom tbey bsd become euamorcd. The al-pment of the police? meo followed closely upoo the rtcetpt ol tbeir reslgoa-ioo. Tne wbtreahouts of tbe men snd tteir alleged arTiaities are not knowr. The wemen, wi'h whom theeffictn are said ln have rl d, are _Iis?8immer Hondlev, 19 jrars old, aod Mrs. Thcrtta Wi.l ams, wife oi Henry Willa_?. Bitb are dangbters of Mrs. William Hondley, of Upper str.-e , Offlcer Fuller left his wifj and foor cbildreo Id destiiu'.e circumstancev. It waa oo Tatsday t .at Mrs. Wil isn i left her home, and efljrts to locae her hsve so far proved futlle. 8ae bas not Ilved witb her bnsband for a namber ol yeara. Officir Frauklln look bis wile to Wilmington, N. 0 , early Isst Dec* ember, wbere it is Iearned he left her with her moihrr._ Cocalne which dullmhc nerve* never vetcored N*sal Cstarih. The heavv freliug iu the foreherd, the tfulled un le.sat'oa and the watery diaeharge fiou ejea and noae, aloiif with i1! Ihe other sai aries attending the d aeaae. are put to rtut bv Ely's Creein Balm. Bmell aii'l taate are rest-red, breath ing ia made normal. I'ntil you try this remedy,jou can form re idea ofthe gool it willdo you. Isatplied drectly t> the eo-_ apot. All druggiat*. 50- M iled by fly Bros., .E6 .Varren S-r*e', New York. _ r ONEFOIRTH OFF Special Bargains in Oroaments & Pictures M. RUBEN & SONS 601 King St. When yon begin to tbink of the nire thirga that yoo intend making tor the Tbankagivirg dinner, remember Leaobe-trr'a fi.vora ara Daceasary in order to make tbe party cakea, _e. just right. UBOOBUl-b. _**e*r*F-..jaay ??--? t:.t Ba*sT Largest, Best, Cheapest Stock in Town. FANCY NAPLES Walnuts 18c RAMSAY'S V/i TONS CANDY 8c to 35c a pound AND V/2 TONS NUTS Good Mixed Nuts - 12&c Best Mixed Nuts - 15c ALL NEW CROP. RAMSAY'S Fine Soft "IG*. Cheap at I_III,S(I||'S o-0 0 FANCY Florida Oranges AND 25 Barrels lalagaGrapes Both Cheap. Ramsau's WALTER L. GAHAN f-OMCITOIt New York Life Insurance Co. DP.OPME A P03TAL. 522 South Alfred Street. a_M.li-. Vir-tinia. LEGAL NOriOES. VIRGINIA.-Ia the Clerk'a Office ofthe Circuit Court ofthe City of Alexandria, on the 21th day of Decemb?r, 1900. Mary 1 ewii, in I er own nght, and aa adniia* iitratriz with the will auneatd or Jamea P. Lewis, deceaaed, complainant va. The National Inveitmeot and Jmprovem'ct As ?ociation, a corporation under the lawa of Virginia, The Nation-l Mutual Benent | Corporation. a corporation under the lawi Virginia; Robert H. toward in bii own right ind n ttuatee. R. W. Moore aa trus tte.C.B Piarceand .lamei P. Lewii, jr. Memo. Tbe objeet of tbia luit ii todiaaolve the aaid The National JnreUrceut aol Im* pro-ement Aiaociation by ? decree of the Circuit Couttnf Alexandria city, virginia. and have a rec-iver ippo;nted by nid court to take charge of all cf the aiseta of the eaid ai ociation with initruct om and authority to iott tute the neeeaasry proceedinga to oompel the iiid Pobert H. Coward in hii owu right and aa tru-teetoacconnt forthemonejidueto the aaid aasociatioD, and to inatitnte all other necesmry proceedinga to re-1 _> the aeaet- of aaid aaaociation ind for an injunction igainit aa d Coward in hia own right and aa ttuitee, an*l Tbe National Mntual Benefit Corpora tiou and for general relief. <t appearing by an affidavit filed in thia cauae that the defendanta, C. B Pierce, JuP. Lewii. jr, and Bobert H. Coward. are nooreaidents of thia Btat**: It ii O* dered, That aaid defendanU appear here with? in fifty-en dayi after due publication of thia order, and do what is neceaaary to protect tbeir intereata in thia luit, aud that a copy of thia order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan? dria Garette, a newapaper pabliihed in the city of Alexandria, once a week tor four iue r-ea-ive weeki, and poated at the front door of the Court Honae of thia eity. A copy?TKSTK , , NEVELL S. GBEENAV7AY, Clerk, B. H. Kord, ) A. T. Haltiman, \ P. <-> C. E. Nicvl. J____L_?VT__ FOUNDER8 AND MACHINISK JL _ B. AITCB-SON, Machinists and Engineers. Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machinists Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Vtlves, Etc Blacksmithing and Repair ing Promply Eitecuted The Alexandria Iron works Foundrjr, Machine, Btacksmith, and Strucfural Iron Work. Mannfactureraof Power Turbine pumps: wlll lift water s8 feet. Agents for International Coal Oil En? gine, a aafe and reliable power. We aolicit yonr orde~a on all kinds ol Iron worics. BeHJPhonejj. WASHINGTON OFFICE 514 Evans B-ildins- - Phone Main 732 BUIU)1J^Q^ATER1AL8. ^[ESTABLISHED UW.l ma K. FIELD & GO. ?taeeaasws to JOBl AH H. D. SMOOT. Lumber and Mill Work OF ALLKLNDS Lime, Cement and Plaster Ofioe aad Yard 116 N. Union stroet, Factory No. 111 N. Lee street, g____g_ D_,!T"i?d ^RER la the rity W. A. Smoot &Co., inc. (Saoocasor to J. Rectcr Smoot A Oa.) .lEAM FLOORWfl MD PLMlflfl HILL Manofact-i-ers ot DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMK8, MOULD ING8,_o. OEALERS IN LUMBER. dHINGLJB, LATHS, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and C-MJIN. No. 36 north Union vtraat, ilaxaadrla, Va. r.amher EWi*?*~*t tree ln t_e crltv. K. S. LtAIlBEATER & SON., OL-R-ffC- 0. L-ADBIATIB. Preair*ent, an ward a. L_a.DB_a.THB, Vioe Pra ident, rOBV lbadbsathb. 8ao. and Tras-arar BSIABLI8HED 1799, (UrOOBPO-_T_0 ) Manufacturing Pharmacist* and Dealer* in PainU, Oiis. Window Glaas, Dye*t"fls, 8pi?e*. Druggiat's Fancy Good*; and Specialtie*. Im* porter* of Tooth Brushe*, Hair Bruahe*. Per umey, Olive Oil, Ac. AgenU for John Luca* 4 Co.'s Tinted Gloaa PainU, Maaory'* Liquid Colors and Devoe'a Lead and Zinc Painta. Goods Bhipped the day order is received Qaotationa fnrnished by retnrn mail. Cor ,-espond*noe aolicited. JOHlf P. ROBIWSOK, OKO. S. F_KKCH Preaident. Seeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Compaiy. ItiKOFACTUBKBII OP Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma terials &Sulphuric Acid. Ask yonr dealer for the Alexandria Fer? tilizer _ Chemical Co.'a Frodaacts. Capaclty: 50,000 tons per annn_. Prinoeas Street and Potomac River Wharf. Al?l-ax.ri?.Vir-flnla. Additional Phone Service. We have installed the Home tele phone aervice for further convenience of our patrona. All calls given prompt atteation. We earneatly solicit your patronage. Banner Steam Laundry. Bell -03. Home I33-R- jan3 tf FOB RENT The RAVEN8WORTH FARM; -*oaeea_oi? given Janaary 1, 1910. Apply oo p?ce or | by mail to MRS. LEE. Bnrkee, __r_ eouarv. Vir-rin?-_**-**** 1 D on't worry ahont veur oorna. LUCK ETT'S FOOT KE8T PLAPTEB will take them ofl like magic withoat bandaging or ontti-g. lt eaaea jdnr te_p*r aa wall aa your com. AtLaadbaater'i _?#?? ROSENFELD'S January _j_ The most important event of the cntire year. Women's and ffildren's Coals half. LESS THAN COST Women's Suits, some at cost and some nearly off. Blankets and Comforts at a sacrifice. Furs?Women's and Children's cut to half. Dr Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear, 25 per cent 10c and 12 1-2c Outings and Fiannelettes at 71 -2c yard. In fact you buy Winter Goods in this store for less money than in any store in Washington. ROSENFELD'S 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va. -_. 5 EXCLUS1VE DESIGNS for fastidious people require exceptional judgment io se lerting. For tbis reason our stock can be regardcd.with l~mmm out qualificatio*-, the mosi meritorious ever placed be? fore lovers of elegant and artistic jewelry. Articles of utility as well as thorough adornment are equallyLbeau tiful and pleasing i. w. wilui aTSOri. jeweiers, 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 345-J Citizens' National Bank CAPITAL -.$100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - $120,000 0FFIGE-.8 t Sehard M Qr.en, Caahlar. B. E, Payne. Ant. Caihler. DIRECTORS: KaC' O____o_o ^.BS.L._,b... THE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK has been direcily identified with the mcrcantile, man ufacturing and jobbing interests of Alexandria for thirty-nine year?, and with its large capital, ample surplus, eonservative directorate, progressive rnan agemen a^d convenient location, is equipped to satisfactorily handle new accounts and to accord them tbat same courteous attention which has been a vital factor in itssteadfastand continuousgrowth FOR AN EVENINQ OF VISIT JOHN RILEY Kli?_. Try one of His Turkey Sandwiches. The diatinguiihing features ofthe OVERLAND CARS are ma chanical accuracy, grace of outlioe, luxurious appointraents, and eaay riding, ailent lunning qualitiea* They are ?? meant to be seen and not heard-aa shown by the manner ia wbich noi e 11 eliminated. Have you SEEN our sample? We give demonatrationa every day. HYERS BR0THERS, 115N.Pittst.