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iiai<\\n 3T ISIO.ll ^^^^^[XTVa. thursday evening. january ia, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS VOLUME CXI> Do You Thlnk For Yoorself ? yoa onwn rour tnonth Ilke a yoonf . _M gulp dcrwn wbaterer food or med> > ma\bo uffered you r a> * * * i lntelllgant tblnklng woman. r from weakneaa,nerrouana?e> <ng, then lt meana much se l ejM trlc driiL-ri^tv fur thecun'of wonianS Uis. * * * ? * The makera of Dr. Plorce's Farortte Pre? scription. for tl.e eure of weak. nyvous. run down. over-workod. dcbllitated. paln-racked wou.i ii. knowtng tbis medicine to be made up Of in.rridi.-nts. crcry ono of which has the ?tronicest posslble lndorsement of the lcadlng and standard authorltles of the several athoolsof practlce, are perfectly wllllng. and ln f a<-t. are only too srlad to prlnt, as they do, theforrmila,or 11st of Ingredlents, of which lt ia eomposed, in plain Enjluth, on erery DOttle-wrapper. a> # a> a> a> The forrnula of Dr. I'lerce's Farorlto Prw ?eriptlonwlll bearthnmostcritlcalexamlna tlon of modical experts. for lt rontains no tleOBOl. narcottca. barmful. Orhablt-formlng' atrtkta. ?nd <*0 isi-nl enters Into it that la no? eighly reoomimnoi-d bf tho most advanced amd leading medieal teachers and author Itios of tbelr soveral achoola of practlca TtK ^e au'liorltlesrcrommcnd the IneTed'-f-nte pf rJi.'l'Wt''-'T*''-'- W'-"^"" f..rthe CV.reofi-xi'Mly tbe vnne mirr'-olx for wblrrj tb'-* worTd-farr.ed m*?? i? ??;rn' i-'olvivd # a e t ? No other medicine for woroan's 111s baa any aasea intafseelCBel aaatlefeesDeal as Dr. i'lerce's Favoritf l'rescnptlou bea recelTcd. ln tbeun fjuaiitivd reromniendatlon of each of lts leveral iiigredlcnts i'.v ?c<rcs cf ler.ilinjifledl cal Beaof all tbe BChoota of practlee. Is ?ucb an rndarscineut not wortby of youj oourideratlon ? a a a> a * A booklot of ingTedients, with numerone MBthoratlve profeslonal indorvemcnts by the lead Dg medlcal eutborlMea of thia coontiy. w!l! be matled/rw to any oaae scnding name and nddre.s* with reuuest for s&nit* A UdraaaJ DrltV. Pierve. BuffaJo N. T A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRH F.ly's Gream Baltn ia Quickly absorbed. r.ivea Kehcl at Once. u cleaasea, aoothea, beala and noteeta tiie dlaeaeed tnenv. -r.ine reeuiting fri>m Catarrh and drivcs ?WayaColdintbeH* ulquJektr. Beetorea the Seneesof Ta?te and Bum 11. Foll slae 50 cts. at Drnggista or by inai]._ Liquid Cr aun Bahn for ose inatomia?isi76 cte. -..? Wnrron Btl.t, NpW York OENTB* FUliNI8BING8. HONEST AND GENUINE Reductions IN Clothing AND Hiili?rtelid'y. R.LEEFIELD No.6l2 King St. Bsll Phone 249. QKOOERIE^. W. A. JOHNSON & CO? WH0LE3ALE GBOCERS. BKN-BAL COMM18810N MEROHANT And Da-lera io aLL KIND9 0? LIQUORS, __re oa band Gibaon'a XX, XXX, XXki and Pare O'.d Bye, Old Cabinet tnd Moj< an.? Waiakiea; alao Baker'aand Thcmpeon i Pare Bye Wiuakies, to whicb the;' in-ito tha attention of the trade. Ordera from the oountry for merobandiaa ahall reaeive prompt attontion. OoaaiganMnu of Floir, Grain and Conntrj Prodnoe aolioited, for wbich they guarantea ha highsst market prices and prompt rstnrn? N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streeta. JOixIU-HERN & CO., ?YH0L-3ALE AND RETAIL GBOf!_B* At.' Dealera in prjBE WINE8 AND LIQUOBfi. Ceantry Pro-looe rooeiyed daily. Our atock ofPalnand F_aoy Grocerieaembrrow erery tStng to M had in tbia line, We hoM 'vgelT ln Gnfted Ststea bond* \d c _ry in atook T-riota brania of the best tAND MALTWHI8KJE8 lao ln atore anper:or gradea of iUn and American E3, BROWN 8T0UT, A?. n Gnarr-teed aa to Priee aarl vinalitT.-?% day Tronbles to a tninimum by our bed and tuble na. icea are right and -orupt. Ueara Laundry. all 203, H >tne 133 R 1 ? ? VIRGINIA 3Shcanbtia (baztttt, PUBLHHBD DAILT AJ0JJJIWfMIJi^L QAZETTE BDLLDINO. 810 A 81i PBIMCIC STREET. f Entered at the Postoffloe of AJaxaadria, "Vli gtnia. aa teoond-chvai matter.l _ l'muia. OtJJy-i year. aoK? 6 nxmtha 12:50; 8 montha, $136; 1 month, 43 eenU; 1 week. 10 oenta. _ ? _i Tri-weekly-1 year, f8.00; 6 montha, $1.60 3 montha. 76 centa: 1 month. 35 oent*. Oontract adyertiaera will not be aJlowed toex oeed theirspace nnleaa theexoeaa ia pavid for at transient rates, and under no mrcnn ttanoee will they be allowed to adtertiae other than their legitimate buaineea in the ?pece contracted for. Beaolutionain memonam, of thanka, tnoetea of respect, resolntiooa adopted by aooiebea or peraona, nnleaa of publio ooncern, wxu nly be printed in the peper aa adTertise mwnta.____ MANIAO MURDEBEB. A black-bearded maniac, to a black alouch hat, drew ao aotomatlc platol vea terday alternoon and fired fire shola into a crowd of bailem, N. Y., acbool boya who bad been taontlng bim. Ribert Lomas, G yrars old, was shot through tbe btart aod died inslantly, Artbur dbibley, also 6 years cld, was shot tbrough tbe lett Inug, and was taken to a hospital critically wounded. Tbe men whom nooe ol the frighten ed youngsters can deacribe accnrately, shsrabled ofl into tbe busbta and rocka aurroonding tho boy'e playfc,round, and waa Bion lost to aight. Ooe hnndred and fifty [> ilicemen aod a poase ol citi seos are buntiog for bim. Half a hundred children jaat Ireed from school were coastlog io tbe woods, wbile a groop of grown ops stood wetch ing tbe aport. Amoog tnem were tha man with tbe black beard. Hn drew away from the crowd and edged up tbe eide ol tbe hil'. Jaat then doaru came little Arthur Sbibley on his aled, whooping a cantion to people on foo\ His aled balted on a bare apo', and as he stood op tbe rxadman wbipped out his pistol and fired. The boy ehrieked and fell. In tbe sobstquent excltement eterybody ap parently tbongbt of tbe boy and nobodr ol the mao, for be ran ofl ncrtbwatd nnporaued. It was aome momenta be fore a pDliceroan arrived, aod a small boy tugged bim by tbe skirts of h s coat. "He'a op there," gasped tbe boy, "and be's anot anotber boy." Oa the edge of the woods they fonnd young Lomas dead. The agreement of a dexsn scattered descriptlons convlnces tbe police tbat tbey have to do with the same ooknown homicidal maniac who four nights ago sbct down Jobn Fredericks lo tbe same neigbborbood. Fredericka, who Is a printer, was ro tnroing late at n'ght Irom a call oo his sweetbeart wheo he waa shot fonr times without proeocation bf a man with a black beard aod a black alouch hat, wbo in beight and eccentrlc mnnner correcponds to accoants of tbe man aooght for laat night. PAULBAN BREAK3 REOORD. In eide sweeping spirals Louls Panl* ban drove bis biplane to an attitude of nf ai !y one mile yeaterday at Los An. geles, Cal., breaking all official recorda for bigb fl ght. Tbe aueroid on bis Farmsn biplane ahowed that be bad retched a aeight of 4.CU0 feet, thereby sorpaiaiog Huben La bana'a recent record Oy 1,000 feet. It waa 50 minntes and 45 etconda from the tinoe he left the gronnd until he returned ( om bia voiage into tbe cloods. On its way npward the biplane cir cled abiui tbree balloons for a moment and then p<ssed them. For a few mo m"tita more it was silhooetted agalnat tbe '?ark aide of tbe distant moantainr. Iben it crept npward, circltd bigb above the mountain peaks, grew smallrr aud small as it aecended, notil at tbe laat it waa a scarc.-ly distiognisbedspeck wheel I ig Bteaoily in tbe Mne aky. FLOOD'S L1KELY. With tbe temperatore monntiog and a thaw at hand the harbir aituation a'. Pittabnrg, Pa., yeaterday reaolved itaelf into Pittabnrg'a yearly problem: "How to rave itaelf from a flood." Tbonaand of tooa of ioe gorged in the Monongahela Allegbeny and Ohio rivera at Pirteborg preaenta a menace wbich the Uaited statea goyernment ia inveatigating with a view tc blaating the ice dama in an tf fort to save valaable abippiog and har* bor property. Hiin yeaterday in Miaaouri and north ern pointa ranaed tbe Miaaiaalppi rirer to aaaome a tbreateoing aapect The nrer haa riaen aoven tentha feet io 24 hoora. It ia gorged with ice all tbe way from St. Louia to Cheater, III. Tbe Miaaonri river Ia gorged at Hermann, Mo., and many amaller gorgea are reported nortb ol St Linia. An tcs gorge of nnnaoal proportiona cxleoda in tbe Potomac rirer. At pointa tbe gorge riaea 10 foet aboretbe level of tbe river, aod it ia gorged to the bottom. When the gorge breaka It ia feared oi'jch damage will reanlt. PERISHED IN8HIPWRECK. The Soutbern Pacific ateamerCzarina, wbich left Marehfield, Oregon, for 6ao Franciaco yeaterday, liea a total wreck on the norlh ipit of the Occa Bay bar, and 29 livta are believed loat. K. H. Kent/al), Grat aaaiataot eogineer, waa waahed aehore alive. The ateamer left Marabrnld in a gale. Tremeodona aeaa were breakiog orer tbe bar aa the Czarina attempted to paaa into tbe ocean. Thoee on abore, wbo had gathered to wateh the departnre of tbe boat, were etartled to aee tbe Ozarina iweep toward tbe nortb ?pit. The en> ginea appareo,tly were diaabled. The heavy aeaa aeemed almoat to enrelop tbe J ateamer, and abe drifted rapidly on ! the *pit, at a point about a mile abore | the jetty. Tbe diaabled veaael poonded _ea?lly I while great wavea awept over ber. The ' crew erowded Into the rlggiog and made fraotie geatore for belp, wbila buodredt Pale-Faced Women You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn out expressions, you need a tonic. The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman s tonic. It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients are specihcally adapted for women's needs. They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and vitaliry to the worn-out womanly frame. Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no min erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dan gerous, or habit-torming drugs of any kind. It is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. mCARDUI J43 The Woman's Tonic "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Car? dui on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it Write to: LadicV Advisory Dept. Chatt.inooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooea, Tenn,. for Speaal Jnslructions. and 64-pigc book, "Home Trcatmcnt (or Wotncn. aont trec. on abore, amocg thrm C J. MilU, man ager of the auaaoahip company, whoae Bon waa on board tbe Czarina, were compelled to atand id'y by and see man after rran waabed overboard. Sj rongb waa tbe eta that all rflrta of tbe life-aaying r.rew to launch a boat were ln yain, wbile attempta to ahoot a life lioe acroas thP veaeel b!bt failed. Ab darknces fcll a lew of tbe crew were a'.ill clinging Io the wreek. but it Ia not btlievtd that any of theae aurTiver". Tbe L'rarina carried a crew of 9 cffi cera and 21 men. courtuf'appe.il.s. Proceedioga in the Cbort of Appeals yeaterday : Wglnia Biking Cjmpany tb. 8:>nth. een B sco.it Worka, fnlly argued and aubmitted. H. P. Moore Lnmber Oorporation ?a. Walker k William*; argoed aod aub? mitted. Bink of PhntboB va. B/nom; partly argoed acd continoed. Next caaea to be ca'Ied : L?welling vi. Lewelliog, Petty, auba'i'.ute truatee, va. WooreB Brook ?Janitariuro; Perkina va. Herrlng, Cheaapeake and Ohio va. Wi!li?;Natiooal Ciah Regiater Oirrpany vb. Niihlk Oity R?alty C'-mpany aud aame ae. Barrow and Martio. Flfty y?>ai s'exp?*rieiiCJ'(>t an Old Nnrtto Mrn. Wiaalow'a Ponthiajr, Hyrup ia the pre.?criptien ot oae of the brct iVuiale phyaic iau? and nursea iu ihe Unitel States, and haa been iist-.l for liftv jt-a-H witli never-fail iu_ aoeaeaa by aaill ona of BOtha-ra or th' ir ohildr-n. It relieves th- cliiM from paui, cureadiirrhtei. gripin/ in ihe bowels, and windiol.i:. By giving hea'th to the chili it r?-ata the iuotli.-r. Twnty-fivf ne.iiu n Imtile OPENINO AND CL0S1N0 OP MAIlS Ntr^hera maile, week daya, cloee at 8 45a. m. nnd 10 4f> a. iu., and 1 40, 8 16 and 10 fO p. m. Open at 800 a. ui., 12 00 m. ruid 5 00 p. m. On Snn'laya Nor thern m _la cloae at I 45 a. ni.. 1 4 J, and 7 U P',^o?hern maila via Saatboni EUilwa* clore a' 10 40 a. in., 4 30 aud UI 16 p. iu. Or.< u at KU> a. in.and4 00p.ir. Sontbem maila, tria B , F. * 1.1K. K , cloee 0 ? 46 and 11 40 a. m.. m* I6i, > 10 and 1f> M ". m. Open at 8 apd I 30 a. m., 3 and 10 15 p. m. ManfKKiw Diviaion tnr.ila cloee at H ir> a. m. an'l 3 E0 n. rn. Open -.t 12 m. and 10 18 p. n>. Bluemont Branch, Boatfcen Bailvay, niail cloee m> / 45 a. m.. and 3 20 p. ui. Open at ? 00 a. ni aud 7 03 p. m. Cke-peake and Obio maila cloee s.t 1 40 r. m. _ad 1015p. m. Opeu at 800 a.m. aid 4 00 p. m. Waahington maila cloae at 8 45 and 10 40 a. m., and 1 40, 8 15, and 10 50 p. m. Open at 800 a. m? 12 00 ra. and 6 00 p. m. and 8 20 p. m. Office Honra?Open at 800 a. m. C kae at 6 00 p. in. Sunday Honra?Open at 800 a. m. Cle at 10 00 a. m. Carriera' Hchednle-Collection made on ln aide rontee?fi 18 aivi 10 00 a, m. aud 3 00 and l $0 p. m. Ft U ronte?<> 15 a. m. and 6 SO p. m. Sunday ollection 4 45 p. m. Carriera' window open Sauday 900 a. m. and cloaa 10 00 a. m. Delivenea made 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. and 5 00 d, m. _ ._, All mail ahnoM b* in th* ofrW t-n mtnolaa before our indicated time for rlr*ine f ??????^-r ? ? ? * ? ??*? f |ONEFOURTH OFF| ? Special ? ? Bargains in ? j Ornaments & Pictures: i ? ! ! M. RUBEN & SONS \ 601 King St J i The firat minnte after a fire ataru ia the moat criucal time, and the "Colnmbia" Ex tingaisher beina alwaya ready for n*e, maka you maater of the aiinatioo.^ K. K. 1 KA P RRAVER * 9T>*ia_ Ifa trnaaia properly btteJ, will not cauae diaoomfort.- xOu oan B-t ?o<-h a th if you go to Laadbaatar'e. I GBOGBRIErJ. M Earaaay Sell* the Best. Largest, Best, Cheapest Stock in Town. FANCY NAPLES Walnuts 18c RAMSAY'S V/3 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 0-o-o Hine Soft Cheap at Ramsaij's o-o-o FANCY Florlda Oranges AND 25 Barrels "lalagaGra Both Cheap. Sfunsay's PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Broimlaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick Front and Building Sand. WORKS : Hnnting Creek. jyI4 Ivr ?"??leohnn* ro7. Saddle Rocks On the Half Shell, Fried, Stewed. In fact thia celebratcdjbiYalve will be Berred in all atyles at SPINKS'CAFE. Ti y Spinks' Celebrated Single Frie<* ^.Sjtowa and boraea srill reqoire l?ta reed aad be worth ninch mora to you if you iVed l^ad beater'a BJooeMtiou Pewdera, 20e packaKe. ELEOTRIOAL GOODS. T USE AN BLECTRIC I'LAT IRON; it will euable you todo better worlc, and faster, and will eliminate that unneces sary heat in the aumtner tinie. lts heat is uniform aml transfers labor to pleas ur<\ For sale by the Alexandria Electric Co. 5M King Htreet_ BOOEj tND rUAHONERY. Gruber's Hagerstown Altnanack for 1910 S. F. Dyson & Bro 508 KINH 8TREET. MKEi'lNfK reawpoaitld St<>ckriol(ler? Meeting ot ilie Amerlcan Itutile Company < I Virginia. Thearnual meeting of tha stockholders of the AMKBICAN RFTILE COMPANY, iioi-i'of whirh was yiveu to be held on the 3rd day f I J?aatary, 19"', will he held ou the 15'h day 11" Janoary, 1910 at the oflice of the company. No IM south Fairfax atreet, Alex? andria, Va,, for the eleettoa of di'ectore, and for th? tranaaetion ofauch other huaioeaa aa eao be Uwfully cooaidered. Tbe tranafer br.okawill he rl sed ten daya prior to the 16th day of .laniurv. \V. M. HIATER, Preaident. aLBERT HAKPEK, S.cy and Treaa. ?ae.ll _ Tfl E annual meeting of the ato"khol tera of th? D'STRICT (iK roi/MKIA PA PER UA^UFAfTDBINQ COMPANY will he brld at the prineipal otfice ofthe company, No. 111 BtaatS) Kaiifax strret Alexandria, Va., nn M >M?\Y .1 muary 17, 19UI, at one o'i ! ek p, in., for the purpose of eleeting di ree'or* and to tranaact any buaiiieis properly befbre the meetinu. RuBrVRTD. MARPHALL, jatiS td Secri t irv wnrl Treaaurer. THE tnnual mteting ofthe atockholdera of the IMJI.IN & MARTIN <X>alPANY wili heheldat the ( ftie*a of siid company, rkotnsl aml I Alexandria National Kank hui'diaa, Alexandri*. Virginii, <n THES DAY, .laniury 18. 19 0, at SJO o'c'iuk p. m., for ihe eleciiou of'directoia and for the tra s aetion of siich other huaineaaaa may legally ccme before said mee'iuir. janHM_T. C. D"LfNT, Pecretary. THE ?nnu 1 meeting ot the stockhrldertof thei.AS <WAS C<>MPANY, Jncorpo ra'ed. uill he held nt the offices of aaid com iianv, Boona 1 aml 2, Alexandri* National iank building, Alexandria, Virginia. on ITtfSDAY, J^nuary lx, l'jlo, at 4 oV'ock p. m., for the election of dircc'ors and for the traii'-action of euch otber busineaa as may legally conie refor* t>aid meeung. j u3 td_GEOKGK C. REID, Secretary. NOTICE The annoal meetine of the stockhoHera of THP.EE RIVER8 MANi'FACTCBINU COMPANY will be held at room 8, Alexandria National llank Bn Idiwar, Alexanlria, Virginia, on WED NhiSPAY, the P.'th day rf .lanuury, 1W10, at W o'clock a. m. J. M. JliI.u*'R, j in.'l td_fecretary. STOCKHOIiDERS' MEETING-Notice ia herehy civen that theannual meeting of Ihe rtoekh l.l-rsof the W. T. WALKER BPJCK < ?\ ?ill he hel 1 nt 11 o'clock a. m., on WEDNFSDAY. Jauuary 19, 1910, in the prioeipal effies of the company, Arlingtou, Va., for the pnrnose of e'ecting a preaident and direetoraand tranaiction of other ! -i nesa. Byorder ofthe prenidect. CHAS. J. W'ALK EB. Kecretary. iaaa.U.18_ THE?nnuai meetir^' of the atockholdera of th? MK?< ANTILK RA' I/VVAY BUILD INQand ^^^N APSOCIATiON of alexan? dria Vrt , ari I be lield at 10 a. m. THUR3 DAY. January '.0. 1910. jan4M_ F> UIS HOOOF. Secretary. THEanntial tneeiin^ of the atockholdera of the ATLANTIC P.IMLDINO COM? PANY wi'l h? h'hl ?t the ofhre of the com puiy. Ufi-iutii Itoyal atreet,Alexandria,Va , oa THORiOAY, Jannary ?.'(). 1910, at 11 o'"loi:k ? in., f>r liie election of direct ra and otliiern for the ei'Hiiiig yeir and for the tranaaeiioii ef loeh other ho^iueaa aa may ptoperlycme l>efnre the meeting. M. M PARKER, Prei dent. LOUI8 BEYEK, Jr., Sfcretary. jan3 w3w-m_ THE \SNHAI. MERTOTO of ihe atock holdera of (he ("IJ'MBIA GBANITE AKI) DREDGING col'.POKATION will be h-11 at the offieea ot aaid compiny, Rooma 1 aml 'J, Alexandria National Bank huilding, Alexaadrla, Virginia, on THTJk.sDAY. Jan? nary i(>, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, for the elec tion ef dlreeton and for the tranaactiop of ?ner hua ne*aa? may legally come be fof Md inteting. G. A. BONNEjf. j*ul law.^w fecretary. NOTICE TOSTOCKFOLDEK9.-The an nua' meeting ofthe atockholdera of THE EMER80N BTEAal PHMPC MPANY will be hehl lt thelr ofneeiB Alexandria, Virginia. on MONDAY, .lanuary 10, 1909. at 11 o'clock a.m. R BRDCEEMERSOS, Secretary. Meeting adiournedto THURSDAY. Feb rnary l.'t, 1910, wh?n it wjll be held at the ainie hour aml place. dec23 td You'H Enjoy One of our delicioua Combination Sandwiches And a mug of our famous French Drip Coftce There'a nothing nicer. Cameron Dairy Lunch 905 KING STREET. OPEN ALL NIGHT Get a Breathe-rite ahoulder brace for yonr boy or girl. It will be of great aaaiatance while eoing to achool, ia making them bnathe ccnatantly aod pretent round ahoold en. Leadbewwr baa them. Ike window Price $1.00 pw pair. Citizcos' National Bank CAPITAL.$100,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits - $120,000 OFPICERS : Preedent, *?? wYajMlT, Edward L. Dal_t?rfUid. Carrall PUrea. RIcbardM (Iroeo.XaabUr. B P, Fay.ar. aaat. Caahlar. DIKECTOR8: J. C Smoot, Edward L.JOalnterf eld. J. W.Mob ? rt Worih rlulffeb, Cartall PUrce JW. A.^Afcero, -????> _. Lambert T HE CITJZENS' NATIONAL BANKhas been directly identified with the mercantile, man ufacturini? and jobbing interests of Alexandria for thirty-nine years, and withits large capital, ample surplus, conservative directorate, progressive man agement and convenient location, is equipped to satisfactorily handle new accounts and to accord them that same courteous attention which has been a vital factor in its steadfastand continuousgrowth FOR AN EVENINQ OF VISIT JOHN RILEV K_? Try one of His Turkey Sandwiches* The distinguishing features of the OVERLAND CARS are me chanical accunacy, grace of outliae, luxurtous appointments, and easy riding, silent lunning qualities. They are cara meant to be seen and not heard?as shown by the manner in which noise is elirainated. Have you SEEN our sample? We give demonstrations every day. flYERS BROTHERS, 115N.Pittst. The Best of Everything;. THEREXALLBODY Exerciser Developes every part of the body SPECIAL. 89c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. Receptions, Church Festivals, at Homes And all other social ftinctions will find "Qualtty" Ice Cream of absolute puity. Special ratea for large quantities at H. Blocti 615 King Street Both phonea OTTERBURN Lithia and Hagnesia Spriags WATER. Greateat known Water for Dya pepaia, Indigestion, Kidney and Liver Troublen. Leading Physicians endorse it and teatity to its great mcrit. F8ANK WA8FIELD, Dragjisl gaoeaaaor to WA.EFIEJ.D * HALL ^NE 144 B0LE AGEN. i MW rnraar F?tr'?? ?mt Prlnr* (ttr^rt Just Received and on hand for sale Dried Beet Pulp in 100 pound bags, for cattle, at RICHARDH.WATTLES Oirnci akd Stolbb: 115-117 N. Rotai 8t. BUILDING MAT^BIALb._ [E8TABLISHED 1831] llffi K. FIELD & C9. "ncoeaaora to /OilAU H. D. SMOOT, Lumber and Mill Work OF ALL KIND8. Lime, Cementand Plaater Office and Yard 115 N. Union atreet, Faotory No. 111 N. Lee atreet, jaar-Mnt-ri^l n-.H-e.wd KKF.K in the nlty. W. A. Smoot & Co? Inc. tdoooeaaor to J, Reotor Smoot * Ci.) 'T TEAM rnmm md nam mill, Manalactnrere ol OOUBAND WlNrK)WFRAM__,MOULD ING8. Ac. ^EALEBS IN LUMBER. dHINGLE3, LATH3, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLAHTKR and CKMBJl. No. 2fi north Dnion rtroet, Alexaadria, Va. "f.in?h?r T)*li-?-* free in the eity, FOUNDERH aND MACiIINIsH J. & H. AITCHESON, Machinists and Engineers. igeats Cray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machinists Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Valvea, Etc Blacksmithing and Repair ing Promply Executed The Alexandria Iron vvorks Foundry, Machine, Blacksmith, and StrucHiral Iron W -)rk Mannfactnreraof I'ower Turbme pumpa: will lift water 28 feet. Agenta for Jnternational Coal Oil Kn gine, a aafe and reliable power. We *olicit your orders on all kinda of Iron works. Eell Phone 53. o-o?? o WASHINGTON OFFICF. 514 Evana Bnildinf - Phone Jiain 732 When you begin to tbink of tbe n_-e thinff* that you intend making lor the T_?ul<n'i?iiiic dioner, reroember Leadbeater'a flavora are D*cea?ary in order to make the party cakee, Ae. Jnat right.