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PtlDAY EVFNim_JAj^MMO^ LOCAL ^TTEBS. Sun Table. 8an rise* tomorrow at 7JI and aets at D.Cy. _-????-** Weather Probabllitiea. ?<r this aection f*ir and moch cMder to* ni'htiithacrdd wave. Saturday l.ir. con ?,notd cold; n.iain.u.11 temperature abont 15 , hiffe aor.-aes.ert. wlade, dliataisMag. schooTboabo. Tbe montbly meetiog of the Oi'y School B?.-rJ w*b held last night with Cayt Herbeit Bryaot presidinir. Several bills for repairs, kx, were approved snd ordered to be paid. fhe coperintendent reported that ven ti'ators bad been placed ia tbe old Acad? emy buildlr.g aod that the work bad beeo saiisfaciorily done. He made his montbly report givlng a. accouot of tbe conduct of the school* durlog December; atated lhat t_e schoole bad been rlosei for the bolidajB from December _3 to Janaary 3; tbe enrollment duriog tho mooih and of theabsence ol teschers darlog that time. He aaid, however, tbat ?ut one or two ol tbe schools bad be _ alooad aod these but for a ahort time. Mome repairs bad been made to Washington bnildiog. Toe clerk wai dtrected to Issue a aecoud permit to a boy wbo had left achool to go tj the country, bat wbo bad returoed. Xhe superiotendent called attention to Ihe bad condition of the blackboarda ln L-e school bnildicg and the matter was laferred to tbe committee on achooi* booses aod fornltnreto bo taken up with tbe contrsctor. M-. Thompsoo cflvred resolutions ol respect to tbe memory of the late Wm. F. Oarne, a former superintendent of Hchools and later a trostae from tbe Third waid, and the clerk was direoted IO spread them opon the mlnotes and to irausmit a copy thereofto tbe famlly of tbe deceaBed. Tho board ihen adjiurned^ PUBLIC IN8 TALL.-TION. The public instsllation of officara of Alexandr a Council, No. 33, Jr. 0. U. A., and Carietmas entertainment held last evening was ol a un'qae cbaraoter, aod Urgely attended. Xhe council met at its mu?l boor and transacted Ita rou lioe buainess, following which tbe doors were thrown open aod the wlvea, daugh ters and children of the membera were ntih red to seats. Tbe followlog prc gramme was carried ou': Muaic, Alex nndria Mandolln Clob; prayer, Bev. W. F. Wa'-oo; alngiog, "America;"' pub? lic Installatlou of officerB coDducted by 8 ate Secretary J. R* Mansfield; vocsl aolo, G.advs Bogera; iDBtrnmental boIo, Ei-t'er Maoefiald; mosic, Mandollo ?jlub. eddttM, Hiv. W. F. Wataon; wccsl solo, Fred Pellli; chorns by foor lllUs girla; recitBtloo, Manie Padgatt. A' tois point Mr. Thomas Ohanncey, ?cting aa "8anta Olaas," made bis ap pearante and io his usual hsppy and pleasiog manner won tbe bearta of the Jlttleones, and being esslste. by tbe nommiitee, caodiec, oots, oranges and ?.pples were dtatriboted in aboodanco *o every ooe present. Tbe assemblaie then sang "God Ba With Yoo Till We M-et Ajaln," aud tbe benedlction was pronouoced by Rev. W. F. Wataon, wblch brooght a most pli-sant exercise to a cloae. Ihe ball was h:_uiifuliy deco* ta.ed aod lbe stage ntt ing artisticaily ?rraoged with tbree Ohristmas trees laden with tlnsel, farirs, etr. aod eor roanding a miolature "Litile Bed Sohool Honae," the whole presenting a most pleasiog eflect. _ THE MliSlON OFTHE OHUBOH. Last night at thp Presbyterian Ohnrch R.v. EJgar Can>?n!er prescbed Ihe fourth sermoo in tne serita ol tha week of prayer. His theme wai Mtialone, or, better, "Ihe Miesion of the Church" wbich is to carry tbe good news t t every people. He referred to the greit lay n.fln'8 .nisstonary movement as the meana under Q id of trlliog tbe world tbe I'.ory of.Ieiue. Tbe iosplratioo oi snch men as Wil? liam O.rey, Rohcrt Moflett and Bisbop Heber shows os the power of a mao with a mission, sent-men. God intends that all should feel themselves seot. It ii not th* preacher's dnty alone to tell the Gospe', but tbe duty and prlvllege ol every Onr'ftiat*. Tbeo tLe pnacher referred to tbe briz n serpent lifled In the wildernesa tbst the Israelite bitten by the poiionoui nerpen-s might look opon lt and llve. Bj Obrist wis lllied up thit every lin atricken sial might look tobim aod llve. Tonight the conclatllog service wlll te held at tbe Ba->.iit Oaurcb. Bev. Mr. Polsil will preacb. The oflerlng lor the OklMtt-'s Hnme will be repeated. JAME* W. JAUKSON COUNOIL. D?i>oty B.ate Oouocllor J. F. Pettey laat otgbt installrd the following officera o' Jaxes W. Jackaon Oonncll, No. 65, Janior Order of Uoited American Mccbanlc*: Ihoaiai F. Daweoo, janior psst counctllor: John ti. Miller, cono cillcr; Elliworth Nightlnglll, vice conn cillor; S A. Forreit, .-ecordiog lecre Ury; W. K G-iffltb, aisie'ant reoordlog ?ecretary; J. F. Fttty, floaocial seere? tary; B. L. Mercbaut, treaiurer; Wil? liam Oiroell, conductor; W. H. Kiog wardeo; O. J. Miy, cbr-t/aio, Erueit Z II, ir.t-ide aentinel; Jamts Smoot, oot aide SMtlnel; Frank S. Travtrs, trustee. The meetirg t-aa well attended and coo ?ideraole bualuess of lotereit wu trani acted. _ OANXON bOU. FAlBFAX. The Boird of Supervlson of Falrfaa Cjunty at their Ust meetiog, by resolu tion, igreed to accepted tne generons oflero! ihe federal goveromeot (ibtaln ed tbroogh the active eft >rt? ol Hon. C. 0 Cariit) to dooate a coople of can? non and 40 uslla or shells, for tbe coort house lot, aod ippointed Ospt, S. R DjUihoe a commi.tee to atteod to time. Tnese cinooo v vbich were used during tbe ovil wa ) wiil be placed by tbe Mirr monuimr*', maikiog tbe first arm ed coell st on Virgioia sOtl ia tbat war, aod the sbells will form a neat pyramld, the whole miking aa atttaclive adorn. meot ot the prelty ccuitgreeo. ? [Berald. Fl'NERAL, The fanersl of the late Mis. Fiancea B. G.-iffii took plsce thia morning from tbe remdet.ce, No. 31S Commerce street. Riv. Elgsr Uai_. nter, rector of Graia Ohurcb, conducied th? services. Tba iniermeot was io Bethel cemetery. Tba National l.iok of Fairfax baa declared ita usoal stmi-aaonal divideod of-t per ceut. C0MMUTER3' MEETING. About twenty people ioteeit<d in tho Improvment ol passeoger >rav?! oo the Waehiogion, Alexaodria aad M'. Ver? ooo E ec rlc Railway met at the rooma ot ihu Otamber ol Oommerte ltst night. Mr.Leo P. flarlow called the meeting to order and -aid tbat in his memory aev? eral commuters' organ'zatioos had ex iated and the wiah wu to agaio form such ao orgaozitioD, as tbe last of tbose formerly io exiiteoce bas been lo actite fot aboot three yeare. Tbe presideot Sa now dead and both tbe vice pres deot snd tressorer bave lived in Waabiogtoa for stveril years. The nsme, Tbe O^mmnters' Aasociation of Alexmdria aod v cloity, wai adopted. Mr. P. J. Detopaey waa elected president, aod od tikiDgtbecbiir ssid he was at present satiaGed that the i-rrite wu gooJ.but tbat a comxtiter-' aaa clation ihoold be kept up io order tbit any grlevaace tbat might exlat could be baodiedln a proper maon.r. Mr. Albert Bryaa a?aa chosen vicepreaidco!; Mr. J. Mirihsll Jonei, tecrftary and irea*nrcr, and Mr. L. P. Harlow, attrr-ey. It waa decided to aend leten ti all commutera aakiog them t* j in the a?o*iation aad eet Icr h tbelr compls'otB io wriliog, and an ex executive committee cotopjied of ibe iflisen and five o'heri to be nimed by the prealdent aaa empowered lo act io all malten for tbe uiociation. The committee was also directed to draw np a coostitntion aod by-tawr*. A letter from Oouocilman Howsrd W. Smitb, wbo rtcently lntroduced a reso? lution lookiog toward the lessenlng of tba fare on the electric railway botweeo tbia clty aod Washington, was read. Mr. Smith aika ths co operation of the or* ganiutioo in the movemen\ The executive committee will f ie with Ooun cilmin Smith in attempti to sccomplisb tbli. m MIrS BBGWN DEAD. Miu Miry Rembert Browo, the traloed nur*e wbo waa abol by Martln L. Sterllog, a dellrlous typhoirf fever patient, died at the Emergency Hospi* Ul In Wasbicgton last night. Tbe im mediate canse of death was pneomooia ioduced bjr her weakened condition. C_oner Nevlit will hold an ioqaeit probably tomorrow. Sterllog, wbo Is coovaleiclng at the G.-orgeWubiogton Uolveralty Hospltil, was tcld of tbe sbootiDg a few days ago, It occorred on ibe Dlght of December 20, and he told hispbysician that be bad no recolleclion of it. Miss Browo, who gritutted from Oolumbia Hospital about a year ago, was from Virgioia aod had a number of relat'ves and frieods in this city. She was engaged as a nurao by Mre. Sterling, and on the uight of De? cember 20 Mr. Sterllog becamedelirioui from paio and io some way got poasea* slon of a pistol. Miss I.rown promptly gnppled with him and when the revol? ver wu firtd she was wouoded, bot coo tioned her struggle wlth Sterling ootil ?ho bad diiarmed tiim, tbui laviog Mn. Sterllog and ber daoghter from beiog injured. RIVEK NO.F.-3. The mild weather of yesterday aod the pusiog of ateamers np and down tbe rlvcr made bavoc t f the Ice, while tbe oortbweit wind of today hu forcrd it to ._<. Mor*?lanrl arn.n. ihn. _-a?U? ??*; river practically open In front of tbis city. ln lome placei below Alexicdria, however, the loestlll interferes wlth nav igation. Tbe ateamer St. Johns, from Norfolk, due at this port at 6 o'clock yesterday mornlng, did not arrive until 3:30 tbat eveolofr, she haviog run agroaod at Piney Point Wedoesday nlgh'.. Tbe 8t. Johns left early Ust night on her return trip to Norfolk. Tbe i:eamer Northumberlaod, from Baltimore, due ftt Alexandria at 12 o'clock laat night, did not arrive until 11:40 o'clock tbia mornlng. Tbe iteim yacht Gsvota, ci Washing? ton, Cipt. Gecrge Davls, la at tbe dock foot of Prince eireel. ODD FELLOW8. Diatrict Deputy C. W. O'Meara and bla stsfl and a delrgation of Odd Fel lows from th's city Isst night paid a vislt to Falls Oburch Lodge, No. 11,snd lnstalled the recently elected officers of lhat lodge. Grand Master B. P. Tor* oer was also present and took part ln the lostallalloo ard made an address bb did also Mr. O'Meara and a nomb?r of Odd Fellows from tbe Washiogton juris* dictlon. After the ceremonlee a baa* qaet was served wbich wbb greally en joyed. Today Dlitrfct Depnty O Meara escorted Grand Master Tnrner lo Mf. Vernon and also showed him the varions polnts of inter?Bt In Ihls city. Tonight Graod Msiter lurner will vislt Poto mao Lodge. _ WORK TO SrARTSOON. Work of building the amosement re* sort on Analostan Island will atart 1m* medlately after the ir juoction prooeed* ings Institnled by tbe Rosslyn Develop ment Oompany ere htard. It is sta'ed on good aothority that the owners of the island prooose to bulld a resort similar to River View Park lo Chicago, wblch Ib secood only to Ooney Island. Tne ptincipal entrance to ihe park will bo over Home avenue in Bosalyn, whlcb will be areatly Improved by tbe com* pany. ? [Alexandria County Monitor. THE ALEXANDRIA GERMAN OLUB. The next dances precedlng L*nt ta be given by tbe Alexandria Germsn Oiub are arranged to take placa on January tbe 2lBt and February tbe 4t*, ihe "Easter Germsn" (after L'n ) closlng the leries for the season 1909-10. The popnlarlty of tbe club may be aaid to be of ? cosmopolitan cbaracter, the dsnces being constantly attended by guestB from naarly every one of tbe larger citiea and wbo indlvlduslly expresa their eepyment and appreciatioo. The man sgement is as excellent as ever lt was, msking the most possible of the le soorces at band. DAUGHTERS OF AMERIOA. Tbe regulsr meeting of Mount Vernon Council No. 1, Daoghtersof America, wiil be held tonight ln their ball at 7:80 o'clock at wblch time the regularly elect? ed officers will be instslled by Deputy Na* tional Oouncllor, Mra. J. H. Maosfield. The officers end members ol ihe State Council of the Diatrict of Oolomblai wlll be preaent to wltoeaa the ceremoniee, and a large atteodance of tbe local mem bershlp iiexpected. Ories of morder were beard between 11 and 12 o'clock last oight on Wilkes atreet, weat ct Pitt. A rare bargain and ooa that is last Iog cao be obtaioad at the shoe store of John A. Marsball A Broa., 423 Kiag %yreat, Look at ths window dUpUy, PERSONAL. Dr. Elwln P. Tarner.graod msstar of the Odd Fellows of Virginia. arrlvid ln tbe city tbis attfrnooo.and Isthegoest of Pbb? t.raod Msster D. R. Stanebury at 207 north Columbos atreet. Miss Roae MscDonald waa the cbaroc ing hosttss al her home on Oameron Btr.et laat olgbt at a dellgbifal sapper given io bonor ol Dr. Hogh M. Smitb, wbo later addressed Ibe Oameron Olnb, and Mra. Smltb. D-. J. W. Kellam, of Accomac connty, depn'v grand maater of Maions ln Virgmla, was In tbls city yesterday, the guest of Mr. Oonrad Johnson. tbe'cameron CLUB. Dr. Hogh M. Smilb, depaty coumis* siooer of fisheries, last night at Ohrlst Church parish ball delivered a most In tereatiog lectnre b9fore Ihe Oameron Clob and a nnmber of tbe clul's frienda, taking for his surject the Breton coaa*, its people and Indaslries. The lectnre, wblch was greatly eojoyed by the audi. ence, was illnstrated with stereopticoo views, which added greatly to Dr. Smith's deacription 5T bis travela In Brittany. _ THE WEATHEB. The flae sleet of yesterdsy was follow? ed by a heavy rain wbich cootloned during the night till an aarly bour tbia morning, tbe mercury in tbe meaotlma riai.ig considerably. At an early hour tbls morning tha wind cbaoged to tha ooitbweat aod tbe temperature began to fall again. Spits of anow followed aod later tbe beavena became olear wllb cooler coodittoos Tbe mercnry stood at 35* at noon. OHARTER. A charter hai beeo granted to the Role-Welr Prlntlng Corporatlon, Esst Falls Chorcb, A. D. Torreyson, preai doo?, Rosslyn; G N. Newell, secretary, Eaat Falls Church; F. 0. Harley, Wash ineton, D. 0. Oapltal: Maximnm, $50,000; mlnlmura, $25,000. ObjecU: Prlntlng business; OPERA "HOUSE. The Guy Johnson Compaoy wlll again be eeen at the Opera liouat tonight pre senting "Five Married Men" aod "The Money Leoder," both amoslng farce comedles in one act. Tbree reels of late motion pictnres aod vandevllle acts wlll also be given. Tonight an amusing ooa test wlll be held among boys for a cssh pr'zj and a novelty Is promised. LCOAL BREV1TIES. Mr. Gaorge H. Rocker haa porchaaed the Sewart property, located on tbe Ballston road near RosBlyo, arhlch con taiosa frame bouse ln good condition, for $1,600. Ia the Saprame Conrt of ihe Diatrict of Colnmbla yesterday Mrs. Elizs G. Uhler, Institnted prooeedings for a lim? ited divorce from William M. Uhler. The Ublers were msrrled in Alexandria November27, 1901. There was bnt one case before the Po? lice Court tbis morning. Malcolm IKeton, a yootb, had been arraigoed at the los aice of John Hngher, jr., chsrg el with desiroying property on north L<*ee<reet He wss dismissed. Hoghes Oivil service examioatiooa wlll be held on Febrnary 2, for uslilant uiayer ln ihe cnstom bouae service; on Febrn ?ry 2 '.', for janior topographer, and on Febrniry 16 17 for computer, coast and ge.detic Buivey; asslstaot geologlst, ge.lrg'cil survey; hydriullc engineer, geologicil survey and topographlc aid. Mirrisge liceoses wereissuedin Wuh* Ington yesterday to Usujimln F. Mnr r.y and Josephioe H. btruder, both of tbis ciiy; Lutber B. Glasccck aod Sadie L. Oirter, of Fauqiler couoty; Jamei B, Oross, of Mmaasas, and Amella Biteman, of Benniog, D. 0.; Oaasina Marphy aod Boxie Pbillipi, bolh of Giinesville, aod to Henry Filippa, white, of Pittsburg, Pa , aod Etta E. Uiaxton, colored, of Lonlia, Va. When you're feellng in a rckI humor. When all the world looks bright snd roay aud jouriDiritaare 'way up io high C When your eyt* are ahiuing with the joy of Imng ind you t.eg.n tc forget tbere ii auch a thing ?, <??.* -Nd worry in all th.i wide wide world, then oome to the Auth Market. Ceiueto the only atore in Al-xv>dria wbere vou can buy Fresh Weat that will make you "Z fgood" ju.t (o 1 xik at it. The kind that .Iwiys givesstirl.ction. Tha kind you wint. Corue when you're smiling and lite ?cerus like a dream of Paridiae, ?nutbat ?mill wont ever wear ofl. Sylvan Blond heim, The Auth ?Und and The Anth Marktt, Baggagemaster Kiiled. Ypallantl, Mlcb., Jsn. 7.?Charged with killing Bsfcg'gemaster flanry U Mincr, ol the Michigan Oentral etatlon and probably fatally wonndlng Morgao J. Emmett, night agent, ln a pltched battle a few hours earllar, two yonths were arrested today alier an excitlng manbont in whlcb tbe whole town par* ticipated. Tbe third waa arrested prev ious to the battle at the station. He la cbarged with partlcipatlng ln tbe burg larits tbat made last nigbt one of terror for tbis poiot. Tbe yonths gave tbeir names aa Oarl Rllioga, allai Hawkios, aged 20; Robert McOormlck, aged 18, and "Wloky" Harry Harrlngton, aged 19. When night watchman Mowray dii covered tbree men breaking Into the 8p oes jewelry store he fite^, wounding ooe io ihe taod, be thlnke, but all eacapsd. Billiogs was arrested an hoar later. About dawn two youtha, alleged to be "Wioky" aod McOormlck entered tbe station and Mlnor held them at the poiot of a revoiver. Emmett started to telephone for the police bnt tbe boys opened fire, shooting Mlnor throogh tbe jcgolsr vein. After an excbange of shots wl'h Emmett, who stood his ground, they flad. The telephone operator at "Oan'ral" heariog the shots over tbe wire notified the police. Har* -iogtoo was arrested by one poaae tbis mcrDlng on a car bonnd for Detrolt and McOormlck was arrested nasr tbt town. DI3TRI0T COMMl;SlONER-3. Piesident Taft yeaterday seot to the Hoose Ihe nomioation of Oano H. Ba* dolpb|snri GinJobn A. Johniton.bothof Waahlogton, to be commlsiiooers of ths District of Columbia. Mr. Badolph is a hardware merchant, and General Jobnson is a former army officer, who resigoed Irom the urvlce uveral yea-i ago. Tbey incceed Hsary B. F. Mic farlaod and Henry L. West, both re* ligned. lo makiog theappolntmen'i Prsaident Taft Igoored tbe old coitom that one clvilian eommiulonsr ibool J be s dem? ocrat aod thi other a repablicao. So far aa politics ia poaslbla ln ths espitsl slty, Mr. Badolph snd General Johoi* too are inown u ripnbllcam, Washington Untrimmed Felt Hats at!9c WORTH UPTO $1.50 In a variety of shades and assortment very much broken, but still containinsa very good lot of atyles and attractive None worth under 95c, the majorDy up to $150, and you have your choice of the lot tomorrow at 19c only. Otlda and ends of Flowers, Fancy Fealheratnd JQ^ Buckles. Choice. Sixtsy-tirst Congress. iHecorul Henalon ) Wasbiogtoo, Jan. G. BSSATB. Ths Senate was not in usslon today. ?OOR, The presldeot'i meisage concernlag the Inlerstste commerce law wu inb* mltted to tbe Honse today. There wu considerible appliaae on the republican aide ia eoon hs the mes* aage waa flntihed. Oa motion of Mr. Payne, it wu referred to tbe committee of the whole Uouie. It wu necesiary for the Hoase com? mittee on rnlei, to briog in s *p*cial role, before the Jonee-Hamphroy jolot reaolution for an inveatigalion of the Ballioger-Pincbot controveriy could be considered toda-. Ai soon u the reidin_- of tbe pretl dent'a meaaage waa fiaished, Mr. Dal* zsll, brongbt io a special rule provldiog for tbe immediite comlderatioa of the Kiolaticio. Thii wu reodercd neceseary becaaie otherwiu the resolatlon would htve to lake iti placa on the calendar even thoogh favorably reported by a committee. Ai eoon 11 the Honse convened Speaker Oinoon made an explatallon stitiug thst be erred ia recoguizing Mr. Dilzdl to ask noaolmoui cooseot. Under the new Fitzgerald rnles no min can uk uoanimous coosent for the con ilderatlon of aoy bill or reiohtion un? less lt bii firat been put on the new un* aoimoua onsent calendar. It cao then be conslderrd only ou nnanimous con s:-nt days, Mondays of every other week. Some ona uked ihe ipetker if tbe reiolutioo had therefore been put oa tbe uoanimous cooseot cileodar iod be thoagbt that thli woold probably not be neceiiary. Tbe llvelleit nrt of debate begin u soon ai Da'zell had brougbt In bis reio? lutioo. Mr. Ds'z-ll laid, whereai a concur rent reiolutioo wonld not berause there Ii no Uw toachlng an iuvc-tigatlon by ^BerTreiYnfadve Oooper; (rep. Wlr) called atteotlon to ihe fact tba*. the reso? lution provldei for open heiriogs of the (all committee but thit lubcommittee might meet in secret. "Ihe roles coromiltee desired to give tbe invesligatlng committee ill the power of all tbe courta of ths Uoited Stitei to get at the trntb," declired Dilz*ll, "and io *.e believe a jot-t reiolatlon ahonld be adopted." The Idemoorala did oot objeet to Ibe psiuge of the speoial role, after Mr. Underwood had aecured from Mr. Dal* _,n tbe promlse that the rosolutico would be opeo to amendment io tie Hoose aod the rnle wu adopted unaoi* mously. There wu s tangle of questiooa aod oroas-qaestlooa aod tbe democrats fically cllocbed Mr. Dilzsll's promise to allow imeodmeoti by fnaertiog a proviao In he agreement tbat all amc-dmenti sboald be voted on. When ihe rals wu adcpled it wu sgreed thit a vote should be taken atter tbree houra' dabale. Oonld aoytbicg look nealer cn a nea foot than tbe footwear to he fonnd at the shoe store of John A. Msrahall A Bro. Glanoa at tha window display. FIREMEN'S RELIEF AS-OOIA TION. Tbe Firemen'a Relief Asiociatioa lo Richmond wlll be illesolved. That ooooloslon was reacbed Wednesday night after a long sessloo. The reason for the dlisolotlon is tbat there are many connected therewlth who have no claim on the department and who come In and claim that, as they are members of the bbs! clatioo, tbey are entitled to whatever may come to the Gremen when tbey are aent checks for tbe prevention of the spread of fiames. Il bu bBppens that thesa checks hive been ccmlog pretty freely and tbe aasociation has some $20,000 in reeerve. The declslon of the aasociation is to dlsaolve, distrib ate the money aod to reorganlze aod permit only men to become ldentlfied with the new orgaoization who are active firemen. COURT OF APPEALS. Proeeedings of tha Court of Appeala yeaterday were as followa: Oommonwealth vs. R'chmond, Frede? ricksbnrg aad Potomac Railroad Oom? pany. Fully argued by A. 0. Braxton for the railroad oompany and the attor ney-genersl for the oommonwealth, aod sabmitted. B.ary, et sls., va. Davia.D. C. T, )r. Partlyargaed and contloued. Salllng of North Atlaotic Fl?et. New York, Jan. 7. Ia aitule file, with the flafahip Connectient. dyi-iir Rear Admiral Schroeda-'a penrant in tne Itad, the North Atlantic BaUleabip Sqaad-.cn, which apent the Chnatmu bolidays in New York, aailsd today. _ Yon ca-i maka tbe bollday seacoo mcre appreoiated II yoa presect *ome dear frleod wlih a pair ol tbe bandsome shoes shown in Marsball's wiodows. Coal Coke Wood Be wise?- Bay yonr foei before th* never* weather. We ofler beat quality .prompt d*li very and lowMt market prio*. Phone 06. DaW. AITCHWON. 107 aonth Bot-1 rtr?t_ WANTED A CCOK, Apply No, 301 north We*Vnj l^aitrett, j>t7 3t? DRY GOODS. Buslniss Houir-Daily, 8 30 a. ni. to6p m. Baturdaj, ttp. m. Extraordinary Sale oi Women's Long Coat Suits 300 Women's Long Coat Suits, Worth $50, at $14.27 275 Women's Long Coat Suits, Worth $60, at $16.27 50 Per Cent. Reduction on All Fursa Lansbnrgh&Bro WAAHINGTON, D. 0. DBY GOODS. We Start the New Year With a Ronsing T SALE The Most Gigantic Remnant Sale Ever Held. 5,000 yards of Remnants of miscellaneous staple dry goods, the culmina tion of a very large nol iday season's selling. Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Ging hams, Percales, Outings, Hosiery, Sweaters, Un derwear, &c, &c, at al most give away prices to effect a rapid clear ance before stock taking. All Furs, Cloaks, Ladies' Suits, Blankets and Com forts radically reduced. Remnant Sale All This Week. D. Bendheim and Sods 316 King Street. BELL 'PHONB. HOMR THOK1 $4750 to Invest IN FIRST MORTGAGES IN REAL ESTATE io suma of $2W and upwardi Address AT. careGazette office j?n7 3t COMPANIONS You are hereby notiti d toattenda auted convoeition or Mnont Virnon B. A ChapUr, No. 14. to be be 1 ?t the Tabernacli TBIDAY. Jannary 7, at7.30 P By'ordir of tha Most Exeallent Bigh Pri-rt, H K. -|_P8B, Sscntaryj The Classiest Store in Town, ft FRESH MEAT S&__2 AUTH MARKET !_?c.,%,?0?*m' "Home of the finest line of Food Producta ia Alexandria " Home Kiiled SPECIAL _*? ??????"/deliciuul Beef Calf Liver Auth Sausages Lamb Sweetbreads Smpked Green Veal Brains Pudding, pork Sausagemeat Smoked Hams. Corned Hama. Fresh Hama. Shoulders, Boneleas Bacon, Corned Pork, Cooked Tongue, Corned Beef. A full line of sMple and fancy produce, imported and domeatic CHEESE, Pickles and Olives (in bulk) We mean exactly what wesay when we tell you that our Fr?sh Meat ii absolutely the finest obtainable anywhcre in Alexandria. Juat come to aee us and we'll "ahow you " SylvanBlondheimSS. Phone 225 Phone 201?(two-oh-onei tm.?.???<.???? 1 manhattan! Shirt Sale. J $4 4 w* For Manhattan Negligee and ^ Fancy Stiff Bosom Shirts that 1 ? ? v regularly sell at $1.50. /j% a /y q For Manhattan Shirts that ? JJ %P 1 itlO regularly sell at$2.00. Clothing Sale. Suits, Pants and Overcoats 33 1-3 off the regular prices. Hat Saie. See the $3,00 Hats we are selling at $2.00, saving you a dollar. ? ? Kaufmann Bros Clothiers, Haberdashers and Tailors. 402-405 KING STREET. HOk Kt_lX I 602 Kiosr Street Store, $40 00 :1323 Queen Street - $12 50 311 N Washington Street $40 00 324 S. Patrick Street. 9 00 I ?st.Asaph Street.$25 00 226 N. Pitt Street... . 8 50 1123 Duke Street $16 <0 32S S- Patrick Street. 9.0J 31a S. Patiick Street.$13 00 719 Wilkea Street. 6.?f HARRIE WHITE Realty, Insurance, Bonding?628 King Street. .-* ORDERS FOR Engraved Cards InvitationB, personai Bnd husi nesastaiioiiery. eic, mav te [e't with ua with the ns^uran'-e thit the work when completed will mark the ua?r a* "correct" aml meet ?-very icq-iirament tf ihe most disciimini-.tiiig taste. R. C. Acton & Soos 606 KING STREET PAWNBROKER_SALE ON* SATURDAY, JAN. 8th. Goods conaiats of Ladies' and Men's Clothlng, Watches, Rings, Clocke, Riflre, Musical Instruments, ficc. Remember every atticle above men* tioned is pawn pledged. Don't miss the great sale. Look for tbe big sign?the tbree gold ball?at 304 King Street. Jacob Rose, PAWN8ROKER janSSt* HOT EGQ SANDWICH 5c Buttermilk ?RA?? Cameron Dairy Lunch 905 KINQ STREET. OPEN ALL NIOHT Shaw-Walker Filing Devices AND Plow Hotter Loose Leaf Ledgers ?re the devices now used in all fjrjft-class up to-date husiness of fices, We have a stock alw ays on hand L?t us show you. we wlll be glad to. R. E. KMGHT. ANTED -AN AND WIFE on laa'l t__. Man for iarm, woaan *?,?--? in hooie Small familv. Apply W. JJ, WRBNN, Falls Charch Va, Js-.ssi , WhiH-H Need an alarm clock to wake you theae cold o orning*? Be aure to get a gocd one There are none better than ihose we offer you from $1.01) loill.50 We guarantee that ihey'll keep good time and make noise enough to awaken you at the right hour, as well You can't run any riak in buying any sort of a clock here. & 629 King Street AMH?BME^T^ Opera HousT TONIGHT ?*-**/ THE GUY JOHNSON CO. rreaentinn Two Rl*. Fnnny, On* Ait rarco Corned ie*, "Tbe Mon^y Lender" aod Two Married Men." Vaudeville aets hy therompenv. Three reele ot latemoviDgpictuiea. ?Friday Night Specia!? BOY8' (?NTF8T. General Admiaanon, Kc. A few choiw r. ??rvel a?a*t* *t IGcond 3.e. PRK\M THEATBE?Dowu Sikirr-Tht*. re ls ct late motion pictur--s daily, ?-' lo 5 j m Awniiaahm fi-. F.,K ahM-Tw. lafje conifona -Ie room*; ? l*o ooe h*H room, well beatel ?n I with ?II modern ccn-;eni#t.ee?; with or witloot roird- Applr at So. 204 nonh Waahina-'ou WANTfif-yoDMO LADY tu clerk U. trocery *tor* F. L. ADAVI* awr. *r W'tmbai Mt4 Wo** HHUli J-'"