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XlKXANDRIA, VA. FRIDAY EVENINO. JANUARYJ14. 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS
VOLUMB CXL
The Story of?Medldne.
XU name-"Golden Medical DiscorefT
WM iuggested by one of lls most linport
ant and valuabla IngredlenU ? Goldan
6eal root
Nearly forty yaara ago, Dr. Pierea d!??
covered that be oould, by the use of pura,
trlple-refined glycerlne, aided by a cer
tain dagrae of constantiy maintaincd
heat and wlth the aid of apparatus and
appliances deslgned for that purppse, ei
tract from our most valuable native me
diclnal rooU thelr cnratlve propertle*
much better than by the usa of alcohol,
eo generally employod. So the now world
fauiod "Ooldcn Medical Dlscovery," for
the cure of weak atomach, indigestion. or
dyspcpsla. torpld llver, or blliou'snea* and
klndred derangem^nts was flm niade, a9
lt cver sinke has bVn, without a particla
of alcohol Ih Its mal\-up. *
A glanceVajKthfijuW llst of IU Ingredl
ents, prlnted flrf^rv bottle-wrupper,
will ihow that lt la fnata from the most
valuable medlclna) ro^mfound growlng
In our American forestki All thps? 1n?
rrftdlcnts have recnlvcd th?~triiufi-stjefl
JTT'wnTnt from tiif-Jeading tni-qicji-fx
fTf7n~^-3f Ffif ftr~vrlu-Eil-"n V"t'xfo
y?r> *-ho ro^mmptlfl ,Vl"m " thp Krf
t^r r':in<ja"p' f"r t'lfi ii.^sfs for wWh
^WflXjerTrftd Llscovcr*." ia aoVyisar
AnUIcTbook of these endorsemeritf m
been compilod by Dr. R. V. Plerce, of
BufTalo, N. Y., and will bo niailed free to
any one asklng same bj pottal card, or
letter addressod to the Doctor as above.
from theae endorsements, eoplad from
standard medic:il bookl of all the dlffer
ont schools of practico, tt will ba found
that the ingredientscomposingthe"Uold
en .M.-dical Disoovcrv " aro advlsed not
onlv lor the cure of the above mentioned
discaws, but al?o for Um cure of all ca
tarrhal, bronchial and throat affectiona,
accompalned with catarrhal disohargcs,
hoannMM, sore throat. Ilncrrring. or
hanp-on-couchs, and all thoae wastlna
affpf"tion? which, if not promptly and
properly troated aro liable to terminate
In consumption. Take Dr. Plerce" Dis
covcrv in tinic and jxTsovore in its use
until you givfi it a 'air trial and lt is not
llkelv to dunppolot Too much mugt not
be e'xpected of it. It will not perform
mlraclcs. It will not cure consumption
In its sidvancfd ttaget No medicino wilL
It will cure tho ilTVtions that lead up te
aooaumptlon. if takcn in Etiite.
k fieliable Remedy
FOR
CATARRH
Ely's Gream Balm
is cuirkly nbsorbed.
r..??5 Relict at Once.
im, ?oothea,
saala and noteeti
.?a uu-in
???;:iuo rc-uiting fn.in Cafarrh and drives
Mr? ?('.iJd in th"H*- ?-?] .juickly. IS'
tae Bensesof Tmm aad BmeS FuJl rfsc
50 cta. al Drnggirti or by mail. Liquid
f.tr u?o!n?toinlzei?75ot?.
. . . ? '??.-?v Vo?l !
GENT8' FULNHHINGS.
HONEST
AND
GENUINE
Reductions
IN
Clothing
AND
R.LEEFIELD
No.612 King St.
B?!l Phone 249.
GKOOERIfi*.
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
WHOLE8ALE GBOCER8,
QK5KRA.L COMMI8SION MERCHUn'
And Dealen la
ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR8,
Qsto oc hand Gibeon'a XX, XXX, XXXI
and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mont
Km Whiskiee: aleo Baker'eand Thompson i
re Rye Whiekiea, to whioh the? icvite tnl
attsntion of the trade.
Orderi from the ooantry for inerohandlM
?hill reoeire prompt atteation.
Oonsiifam -Df of Flcur, Qrain acd Conntrj
Proiuoe aoiicited, for whioh they gnarantet
he hiijhMt market prieat and prompt retonu
N. E oorner Cameron and Royal 8ti*et??
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
f?HOLE3ALE AND BFTALL GBOPKBt
Ax." Dealert In
prjRE W1NE8 AND LIQDOBg.
Coantry Produoe reoeiTed deily. Onr etock
?f Plaln and Fancy Groeeriee embraoea trtrj'
thii? to be bad in thit line.
W? kold htrgely in United gtatei bonded
wv*konu and oirry in atook rariom brandi
ofthebert _
PURE PYE AND MALT WHISKIEP
nad*. Hare alao in ftore raperior gradea tt
Foreira and Americaa
WTH38, ALE&, BBOWN 8TOUT, te.
jVflfttitftHUon Gaaranteed m, to Prlet aaW
Qv?litr.-?a\ |_
Saaranteed u( m
v?litT.-?a\
WasMay Trpbles
Reduced to n minimtyri! by
eendiog your bed and Uable
Ji.iena to us
Oar pricea are ri|gbt and
aetvice prompt.
Banoer Steam j Laundry.
Phonea?Bell 203, Hlome 133 R
Al/EXANffRIA - f- VIRttlNIA
8TBEET.
[Entered at the Foatoffioe of AlaxaatWa, "Vlr
Klnia, aa eeoond-olaee n***"'! . -.
tiiMB: Daily-i year. *6:00 6 mootha
?3:60 ? 3 montha, $1:25; i month, aJoanta;
1 wmi, 10 oenta. ? _
Tri-weekly-l year, $8.00; 6 montha, $1.60
S montha, 75 oenu: 1 month, 26 ???*??
Oontract advertieera wili not be allowed ???
oeed theirapace nnleaa theexoees u peud for
at tranaient ratea, and onder no circuin
etanoea will they be allowed to adYerttae
other than their legitimate baaineaa in the
apace oontracted for. _ __ ... _=_ . '_
Besolutiona in memonam, of thanka, *n?m*
of reapect, reaolutiona adopted by "*??"??
or pereona, nnleaa of pnblio oonoern, wili
nly be printed in the paper aa adY?rti?e
roenta._.
LAMPHERE'd OONFE33IOS.
OoofirmtUoQ of the d?atb of Mra.
Belle Gaooeis and aome detaile of ber
method of alaying tbe ten peraona foand
baried on ber farm near L\ Porte, Ind.,
?re pnbliahed. Tbe pablicatioa is
based apoo sn elleged confeaiion made
by Ray Lampbere, Mn. Gunneaa'a hlred
man and aeaietant, *ho diec; eeveral
rieya ago in prison at Micblgan City,
lod , while eerving aentence for bnroing
Mra. Ganneee'a bonae and Incioerating
ber and her three children and Jeonie
Oleon.
According to the confeaaioo Mra.
Gnnneea and three children and Jennie
Giaon were chloroformed by Limpbere,
wbo robbed tbe bouse of about $60,
with a woman accomplicc; that Lam
phere helped diapiae of aome of Mra.
Gunneaa'a victims; that tbe cbloroform
csed by Laonpbere was part of tbat be
baoght for Mra. Gonneea to kill tbne
men, one ot wbom waa Andrew Hel>e
lein, >he otbera probably Ole Budabfrg
and Toonea Peteraen Lien, and tbat one
of tbeae men, probably Lien, waa tbe
tbird hasband of Mn. Ganncaa.
Jennfe Olaon, nieoe and adopted
dangbter of Mra. Ganneaa, who, it haa
been believed, waa mordered by ihe
woman o?er a year before the honas
waa boroed, and whoae body waa be?
lieved to have been baried in the farm
yard, wa* not mordered by Mra. Goo.
oefB, according to Limphere'a confei
sioo, bot waa chloroformed in ihi hooae
tbe oight it burned and waa barned to
deatb.
Mra. Ganneee'a method of kllliog hf r
victima Lampbere aaid, waa firat to
cbloroform tbem aa they alept, aad then
if the drag did not iteelf kill to aerer the
beal with an aze.
It *a? in 1907, according ti the on
feaeion, wbile Lampbere lired in the
Ginneas home, tbat be aulated Mra.
Ganoeaa in diepoelog of the bodlee of
tbe ihree men. Each time a man waa
mi be mordered, according to Lamphere.
Mra. Ganneaa aen: him to bny cbloro?
form.
MURDEROFA GOVERNE3B.
As wa* itated in tbe Gmtte, Sarab
0. Breymer, rged 26 yeara, a pretty
and culmred geveioeei at the eammer
bome of Mr and Mra. Barnea Oompton,
Millbrook, Dotcbeea connty, N. Y., waa
foand in ber bed early yeaterday morn
iog, etraogled to dtath. Fraok Bcher
merborn, of tbe aame age and wbo ia
employed aa coacbman on the Oompton
place, bat been takeo to Pougbkeepale,
cbargcd with tbe rourder. Late yeater?
day afternoon be made an onancceaafol
attempt at aaicide, cattiog bii tbroat
with a rsz ir.
It ia believed that Schermerhorn
blackened bla iace and banda, ao tbat
bia Yictim wonld tblnk be waa a negro.
He qaietly entered the bome and an
heard by tbe other aerranta, who aiept
ao far away that there waa llttle daoger,
be went upa'aire to the verenda, where
be cboked tbe aleeping nurae into in
aenaibility.
To tbrow of! aoipiclon aod fortber tbe
evideoce of borglary, he went to tbe
diniog room and remored tkfl allrer
plate, either bidiog it or meltiog it in
tbe faraace. He took tbe revolver foand
in tbe yard and made tbe demooatration
which awakened the aemnta in the
otber part of ibe hooae.
Tbe eervaota fnrther corroborated thia
tbeory by telling how, when Schermer
born came in, he looked in tbe ailver
chest first.]Then be madebiswayto MIh
Brymer'a apartmenta. Miaa Farrell, the
cook, further remembered tbat tbe
coachmnn'a face bad black atreaka
i opon it.
TEA8ED 1N10 INSAN1TY.
The embrace of ? yonng man follow
ed by Inceataot teasing on the part of
glrl companioDi whlle at work caased
pretty 20-Tearold Llllie Nygreo.daogb
ter of ?. P, Nygren, of Keokak, Idw?,
to become ioaaoe. Tbeee facta were dia
cloerd in the appllcation for Miaa Ny
gren'a cnmmitment to the state iostito
ttoo at M junt Pieanaot. 9he ia in ?
crltical conditlon Heveral weeka ago
Min Nygreo waa playfully embraccd
agaiost ber will by a yooog man work
iog at ber eide. Seeiag Miaa Nygreo'a
resentmeuf, eeaeral of the girla teaaed
ber antil abe qait work, aod went home,
wbere abe crled for ae?eral daya. Upon
returoing to work the tfirle again teaaed
ber, aod abe again went home cryiog.
Melaocholia eoiued followed by loaao
IMGREA6ED EXPORTS.
A pictore wbicb reflecU the proaperity
of tbe coootry?eapeclally tbat of the
farmer?is drnwo in tbe atatement ot
domestic e xporte for 1909 prepared by
tbe Barean of S atiatica of tbe Depart
meot of Commr-rce aod Labor.
Oiroat 70 centa a boahel, wheat at
$1.04 a bosbel, aod cottoo at 12 centa a
poand for 1909. More tban $24 000.
000 worth of corn and $48,000,000 of
wheat went from American porta ta feed
tbe ?orld la?t year. More than $460.
000,000 worth of cotton went to foreigo
looms, and aa tbeae figarea abow only
the exporaiioos from tbe prinelpal por:a
of trade, the detail atatementa will be
larger.
Wbile aome decnaaee are ahown from
the year 1908, the ahowiog ia eonaldered
by tbe experu u hlghly aatlatactorf.
RETURN OF THE ELOPEB*.
Aided by a iqaad of 100 policemer,
tbe detectiYea ba?lng Roberta De J?oon
aod Ferdinand Ooheo in charge, eloded
tbe crowd gatberedat Weat Pbiladelphia
alatlon of the PennayWaoia Railroad to
witneaa their arrival from Cnicag) at
5.45 yealerday evening. Wbeo tbe
tratn polled ioto tbe aia'lon tbe cnriona
roahed into the t-ain ahed aoxiooe to
tee tbe ronawaf heirees and btr waiicr
compaoior. M ?a De Janon and Oohen
were qaickly placed in waiting taiiceba,
wbile tbe police RUirda wou'd not allow
anyooe to leave tbe bnilding ontil tbe
taiicaba bad a eafe atart.
Ooheo waa hnrried to the city hill,
wbere be waa taken to the cfrkeotthe
capta'.n of detec*i?ea on tbe fiftb floor.
Htre tbe severecrsae-namioation wbich
he hai been obligei to nodergo almost
contlnosualy aince Lis arreat, waa con
tiaaed io tbe bope tbat he woold make
aome damaging admiasion.
Later, Miaa De Janoo, beavily reiled,
waa eacoited to the office of tbe aaalataot
aopermtendeot of poltce on tbe eecond
Root of tbe aame bnilding. Sie al?o
waa cloely queatloned.
Kuft ?rer* who Hay tbey have trieJ eYery
tbing withoit beuefil are ti.e peopl< we are
?ookiQKfor. We went them Io know from
Klal experience that El} 'a Oream Balm wili
cirquerColdin the He.d, Hay Fever, and
obntinaWforrueof Na-al Oatarrb. This teto
edy acts directlvou the ind'iiied, lensnive
membranea. Cleanainu, aoothing and he?l
ing. Oiie trial willcoDvince yon ol ite he?l
ioe power. Price 50c. All druggiata^ or
mailed by Ely Broa., 5> Warren tit , New
York. |
PATHEIIOfcfERVICE.
Patbetic fervices marked the faneral
of Florencc Keim, agtd 15 yeara, wbich
took p'ace at Reading, P*., M^ncay.
The girl died from dipbtberie, and, ac?
cording to tba order of the State Depart
ment of Heal h, no pablic fonetal in
tbe bonae of deati wsa permitieJ.
Her frieodi detsranined tbat aume aort
ofaerYicea ahould be beM.il not OYer
tbe body, aa near it aa poaaiHe. It waa
determioed to hold the aetYicea on tbe
aidewalk. Tbey attracted the atteotioo
ot a namber of people, who, e-aoding
reverently, were aHMt auditor*. It *aa
bltter cold, bat tbe partlcipaoU In the
eirYice epp<reotly did not miod tbia.
Rar. 0. H. Bronner, wbo bad
been tbe dead glrl'e piator, moonted tbe
porcb in front of the bome and dellYend
a fantral acrmon. A cbolr aaog eerenl
bymar.
Flfly yeara'fipertence ol an Old Nnrae
Mrs. Winilow's Soothing 8yrup is tbe
prcfcription o' ?oe of the beat female physic
lint and nura* in tbe United Btatea, and
haa bean ua?d for fifty yeara with nerer-fail*
inp aucceea by miil.on* of moth?rs for thur
ehildr-n. lt relievea th? child from piiu,
cureadiarrhu*i, gripina in the bowela, and
windcolic. By giviiig health to the chlli it
reats the taolher. Twentv-riv* renU a bnttle
Mardt (Jraa relebratlnn. \rw Orleana,
Lav, Ket). :i 10 ?, iuio.
Ae"ount ahove oeca>ion ?'outhern Wa'lway
will sell raJniiad f?re tic^eta from all pointu
in Virg'nia, inrlnding Wmhington, 1). 0.. to
New "ilsans, Fehruary 1. 2, 1, 4, 6. 6. 7; final
limit to reach orieinal atarfnj? point not later
tban mi niaht of Fenruar? 19. Origiual pur
chaaerof tckfts msy se:ure an extension of
tbe final limit io aud lawlodlag Marnh 7,
191", by per?onally depositing ticke'. with
aoeiiil agpiit, 708 Corumon atreet, New Or
leaDM, noi ltter than Ffbrnary 19. 1910. and
upon paycunt of oa? c ol ar ($!.O<0 per tiuket
at time of deposit. Consolt ??enta.
L. fl BbowSi Qaa. A?'t
Southern Railway, Wash., D. C.
OPENINO AND CLOS1NO OP MAILS
Northern mailc, week daya, oloaa at 8 45a,
m. and 10 40 a. m., and 1 40. 8 16
and 10 fO p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.,
12 00 m, and 5 00 p. m. On Bnndaya Northern
miili cloae at ? 45 a. m., 1 40, and 7 15
P'ftonthern maila ria Bonthern Railway clote
at 10 40 a, m., 4 30 and 10 16 p. m. Optn
at 800 a, m.and 4 00 p. rr.
Southern maila, via R, F, A r. K. K,
oloaa a- 9 45 and 11 40 a, n>., and 3 60, 7 CO
aod 10 51 n. m. Open at 8 and 9 30 a. m.,
3 and 1015 p. m.
almiiaaaii Division maila cloae at fl 15 a. m,
and 3 50 p. m. Open at 12 m. and 10 l.r> p. m.
Blnemont BraDch, Southern Railway, mail
cloae ?) 7 45 a. m.. and 3 20 p. in. Open
at o 00 a. m and 7 00 p. m.
Cbempeike and Oblo maila cloae at 1 40 r.
m. ?ad 1015 p. m. Onen at 8 00 a. m.aid
4 00 p. m.
Waahington maila cloae at 8 46
and 10 40 a. m., and 1 40, 8 15,
and 10 50 p. m. Open at 800 a. m.,
12 00 m. and 5 00 p. m. and 8 30 p. m.
Offioa Honra?Open at 8 00 a, m. Clcaa at
8 00 p. in. _
Bunday Honra-Opan at 900a. m. Cloaa
at 1000 a.m.
Carrieri' Schedale-Collection made on ln
aide rontea?6 15 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and
5 80 p.m. Fall ronte?615 a. m. and 6 30p.
m. Sanday aJlection 4 45 p. m. Carriera'
window open Sanday 000 a. m. and cloaa
10 00 a.m.
DflWenea made 8 00 a. m. 1 10 p. m. and
5 00 n. m.
All mail ibnolrf ?? ln th? offloe Un mlnaUr
before our indioated time for cloainc;
tONEFOURTH OFF
? ? i
? Special ?
? Bargains in j
I Ornaments
: & Pictures:
! ?
! M. RUBEN & SONS j
! 601KingSt. }
Get a Breatbe-rite ahoulder brace tor jont
boy or girl It will be of great aa?iitanc?
while xoiag to achool, in maiing th?ro
breatht conatantly aod prevent rouod should
tra. LaadbaaUr haa thair. St? window
Pricall.OOparpair.
WMMMMMMMM?M.??(
?
MANHATTANj
Shirt Sale.
$4 4 mm For Manhattan Negligee and .
S FancyStiff Bosom Shirts that <?
1 ? 1 %J regularly sell at $1.50. %
o
$| /jq For Manhattan Shirts that J
1 t fJ O regularly sell at $2.00.
Clothing Sale.
Suits, Pants and Overcoats 33 1-3 off the
reguiar prices.
Hat Saie.
See the $3,00 Hats we are selling at $2.00,
saving you a dollar.
: KaufmannBros \
Clothiers, Haberdashers and Tailors.
402-405 KING STREET.
ESTABUSHED 1870.
FOR LUNCH, DINNER, SUPPER, OR ENTER
TAINING PHONE
THE, RAMMEL CAFE
For the delicious Fried Oysters, Salads, Reception
Sandwiches, efc.
Hooktetaand prleeaon
appllcation
Both Tclephonea.
Rainmel Bros.
MJEJSJJNG^_
QTOCkiHOLDjSKa' M EETJ NO?Noticela
?^ herehy given that the anoual meetine; of
the atookhMder* of the W. T. WALKEB
BBTCK CO. wili he held at 11 o'rlock ? . m..
on WEDNFSDAY. January 19, 1910, in the
priocipal oflice of the company, Arlingtoa,
Va., for the purpoae of electing a pretideut
and directore and tranaiction of other buri
neaa. By order of the pretidect.
CHAN. J, WALKEB. KecreUry.
jan6.13.18_,
THEannual iueetin? of the stockhol-iere of
the MRVCANTILK RA'LWaY BUILD
INGand LOAN A^SOPIATION" of ' l?xan
dria Va , wi 1 be t.eld at 10 a. m. THUBd
DAY. Junnary 50. 1910.
|?d4 td L'.WiS HOOOF. Serretary.
THE annual meeting of the atockbolder* of
the ATLAWIC BlTfLDINO COM?
PANY wili b? h'ld *t the ofliee of the com?
pany, 121 aoutn Royal etreet.Alexandria.Va.,
on THDK4DAY, January 30. 1910, at 11
oVlook a a., for tbe eleotion of direct ra end
officera for the enauing ye*r and for the
tranaartion of aurh o'her ho.ineaa aa may
propeily come before th* meeting.
M. M PARKF.R, Preadant
LOUI8 BEYEB, JB, SfcreUry.
jar>3 w3w-m______
THE ANNHAL MF.EI'INU of the itoek
holdem ?f the COL-HMHIA OBANMTE
AVD DREDGLNG COBPORaTION wili be
h<li at tbe odi^eaof aaid eotnpioy, Rooma 1
and ?, Alexandria Ngtional Bauk bnilding,
Alexandria. Virginia, on THUKrjDAY. J?n
nary 20. 1910. at 12 oVlook Doon, for the elec
tion of director* and for the tramactiop of
auch other buHiicaaa may legally c?me be?
fore taid meeting. U. A. BONNET,
j?nl law.lw Kecretary.
NOTICE T0 8ToCKFOLDEB3.-The an
nua< meeting nf the atnckhoHeia of THF.
BMBBSORtTEAM PtTMPC -MPANY wili
be held attb'ir office in Alexandria, Virginia,
on MONDAY, Januarv 10, 1909. at 11 o'clock
?. m. B BRUCE EMER80N,
Secrttary.
Meeting adionrned to THITRSDAY. Feb
rnary 10, 1910, whan it wili be held at the
aame honr acl plaee. dec23 td
ELE0TRI0AL GOOD8.
USE AN KLECTRIC PLAT IRON;
it wili enable yon todo bctter work, and
faster, and wili elimiaate that unnccea
sary beat in the auuinier time. Ita heat
ia uniform and transfera labor to pleaa
ure. For aale by tbe
Alexandria Electric Co.
_524 King Street
BOOKH AND SrAJTIOJil&BY^
Gruber's
Hagerstown
Almanack
for 1910
S.F.Dyson&Bro
5*8 KIN^ 8TREET.
5 Oowa and horaea wili re<juir* l?i ibti aad
bV^roTth nmcb more to yoa if yon fred Leed
beeter'a Uenditios Pewrfen, 30e paxkage.
_____JfEETINm
Poatponed Mtockboldera Me^tinit of
ihe Anaertcan Rntile Company
or Virgtnla.
The aouuel m*eting cf the ?tookbold?ra of
the AMKRICAN RFTILE COMPaNY,
noice of which waa gi?en ti be held on the
3rd day ot January. 1910, will be beld on the
15th day li January, 1910 at tbe offiee of the
comoanv, No IH aouth Fairfax atreet, Alex
indna, Va., for tbe electiou of di>ectors, and
for the trauaartiou of aucb other huaineas aa
can be lawfullv conaidored. The tranafer
hookawill be rl sed tea daya prior to the
16th day of. January.
W. If. PLATEB, Preaident.
ALBERT HARPER, Sec'y and Traaa.
an4.11_
THE annual rneeting o< tbe atockboHera of
th? DI8TRICT OF COL*'MRIA PA
PER IfAMUFAOTDRING COMPANY will
be beli atthe priocipal offiee of the company,
No. 111 nooth Fairfax atrfet Alexandria, Va.,
on MONDAY. January 17. 1910, at one
o'elock p. m., for the purpoae of electing di
reciora and to tranaact any buaineu properly
before the rneeting.
RUBEBT D. MAR8HALL,
jan3 ld_fWr*tary and Treaanrar.
THE annaal mretiog of the atockboldara of
the Dni.lN 4 MART1N (OMPANY
will baheldrt the (fficfa of aaid company.
Roomi 1 aod 2 Alexandria Natioaal Kank
building, Alexandria, Virginia, on TTJE8
DAY, .January 18.19 0, at 2.30 o'elock p. m.,
for the eUction of directoia and for the tra a
artion ofaach other bnaiaeaaai may lagally
come before aaid mae'ioa.
janMd_T. C. D"LIN. Fec*ft?ry.
THE eaeme] rneeting of the atockholdera of
thel.AS O/AS COMPANY, Incorpo
ra'ed. witl be held %t the officea of aaid com?
pany, Fooma 1 and 2. Alexandria National
Bank building, Alexandria, Virginia. on
TTTFSDAY, January 18,1910, at 4 o'ciock p.
m., for the election of direeiora and for tha
tranaaction of aach other buaineaa aa may
legaliy come I e'ora aaid meeMoc.
j*D.5td_UKOROE C. RE1D, Becretary.
NONCE.?Ihe annoal meetine of the
atockholdera of TJIP.EE RIVER8
MANi'FACTITBINU COMPANY will be
held at roora 8, Alexandria National I'.uik
Bu I lina, Alexandria, Virainla, on WED
NKMPAY, the 19ih day <f January, 1910, at
10 oVlock a. m. J. M. MILoVR.
j tr I td_Becrelary.
0
AMIJSEMENT8
pera HousT
TON1GHT *^
TBE 6UY JOHNSON CO.
WILL PREXENT
The greatest of all iuccegsea
"Mabel Heath" l^lbm
The moet beantiful itory erer teld.
Pathetic, Emottonil, Thrilling
Three Reele of Moving Pictures.
Pricea 10 aod 15. A faw ehoice aeata at 20c.
1>RE\M THEATRE Dowu Staira Tbree
reelacf latemotiou pictoraa daily, 2 to 5 p.
m. Admianou 5:.
PARK AGNEW, Proprietor.
THE
Bromilaw Brick Co.
Building, Paving and
Sewer Brick,
Front and Building Sand.
WORKS : Hnntlng Creek.
Jyu ryr ^-leofcone 107.
Saddle Rocks
On tbe Half Shell, Fried, Stewed.
In fact thia celebratwd biTalre will be
aerred in all atylta at
SPINKS'CAFE.
Tt y Spiaka' Celebratad Singta
Fried
Citizcns' National Bank
CAPITAL.$100,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits - $120,000
OFFICERS:
President, Vice Presidenf,
Edward L Daingerfield; Carroll rVrre,
Richard M Green, Casbier. E. E Payne.Asat, Caahier
DIRECTORS:
J. C Sraoor, Edward L Daingerfield, J W Roberts
Worth Hulfish, Carroll Pierce
MA. Ahern, _ Urban S Lambert
THE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANKhas been
directly identified with the mercantile, man
ufacturing 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 samecourteous attention which has been
a vital factor in its steadfast and continuousgrowth
FOR AN EVEN1NQ OF
VISIT
eJOHlNI RILEY Fairfax^t
Try one of His Turkey Sandvviches.
The distinguishing features of the OYERLAND CARS are me
chanical accuracy, grace of outline, luxurious appointments, anu
easy riding, ailent running qualitiea- They are cars meant to
be aeen and not heard-as shown by the raanner ia whicn BOtt?J*
eliminated. Have you SEEN our sample? We give demonstrations
every day.
HYERS BROTHERS. 115 N. Pitt st.
BDILDING MATJSjUAIis^^
[E8TABLI3HED 1822.]
BMR? L F1ELD & CO.
Hnooeaaora to
J031AH H. D. SMOOT,
Lnmber and Mill Work
OF ALL KINDS.
LIme, Cement and Pla.ter
Offir* aad Yard 115 N. Union atrcti,
FacOry Wo. 111 N. Leeatreet,
jaaMtaterKl Delivarad FBEK in thecity,
W. A. Smoot & Co., lac.
(Baooaator to J. Beotrr Smoot * Ca.)
JTEAM FLOORING
m> piita im,
Mannfactnrora oi
DOOB AND WINDOW FBA MEP, MODID
INGS. Ao.
OEALER8 IN LUMBER, dHINQLB3,
LATHS, NA1L?, UMt,
CALdlNED PLASTKB and CEMBin
6To. 25 north Dnion atreet,
Alexandria, Va.
"Lember Deli??H free in the elty.
FOUNDERS AND MA0HINI8T8
J. & H. AITCHESON,
Machinists and Engineers.
igeots Gray Casolioe Motors
Engineers and Machinists
Supplies,
Pipe, Pipe Fittinga, Valves, Etc
Blacksmithiog and Repair
ing Promply Executed
The Alexandria
Iron works
Foundry, Machine, Blacksmith,
and Structural Iron Work.
Mannfactnreraof Power Turbine pumps:
wili lift water a8 feet.
Agenta for International Coal Oil Rn*
gine, a aafe and reliable power.
We aolicit yonr ordc- a on all kinda of
Iron wortta.
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFIICK
514 EYane Bnildinf - Phone ftlain 73a
When yoo begin to think of the nice thinjre
that yoo intend making for the Thenk?e.iYing
diaaer, remember Leadbeater'e flaYora are
nweaaary in order to ruake the party cakea,
kc. jaat right.
The Bcst of Evcry.hing.
THEREXALLBODY
Exerciser
Dcrelopesevery part
of the body
SPECIAL. 89c
Taylor's Pharmacy
?16 King Street.
Receptions, Church
Fcstivals, at Hontf s
And all other social functions
will find "Quahty" Ice Cream of
absolute pu.ity. Special ratea
for large (luantities at
H. Bloch
615 Kinjf. Street Both phonea
OTTERBUPN
Lithia aad Magaesia Spriags
WATER.
Greatest known Water for Dya
Eepaia, Indigeation, Kidney and
iver Troublea.
Leading Physiclans endorse it
and testify to its great rnerit.
FBANK WiEFIELD, Draggist
%SStfmumZ8&'l?i..
ftW rarnw Fatr??? ??H Vr-m-. ?????
Just Received
and on hand for sale
Dried Beel Pttlp
ic 100 pound bags, for
cattle, at
RICHARD H. WAHLES
OFncaawDSTOLae: 115-M7 N. Rovn I*

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