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M 3KDAY EVEWIWQ. .i-W. 17. 1910.
: \ah alTm^t?rsT Sun Table. 8m. risas tomorrow ae7.Uas4 sWtJ at 6.05. Weather Probabllitiee. s?Ar thia sertion r?io or miow t-night and Tu^l< = r?"* tem^ratnre; naoderate *<>uth ?r,.l ao-i heiat winda.^ _ BA*KEIBALL. The Old DjminlooB defeated the A. L I. m a vary well plav?d game of baaketbell at the Armory HdlonBat orday night. Tbe glaisblowera starled Iheir acorlng by Dable makiog a baaket eoon bf er tbe game a'arted. By the cbar gu'.r Jing of both teama tbe game wiit oi ii!l Dable,by a asosatioaal tosa, c*g-'l sno'.her baaket, wbich kept the Old Doralotoa roottra yelllog for aeveral minute . Tbo aecond balf atarted by II tyaa making a baaket, which gave the giassworkerB a good lead. After tbia tbe aolJiere took a aport aod Treoary, by aorns very fas'. work, made two baskete which gave tbe A. L. I. a brighter cot lo)k, and Dufley waa lakeo out oo ao coan't of belog difabled and McKeooey was pat in in hopea of aaviog tbe day, bal Ki/e Thompaoo, bv his cioie cuardiorf, kept bim from beiog dsoger omaofthbOii D>min:ons added an? other vic'.ory which po e them in close yonoiog witb tho leaders. s:ore 14 to 7. Tne lincup was as follows: Ol t DOSB. Position. A. L. I j Behwaramui ....1. F. ...^-Jriwr/ ,,,,. Ip .L. F.Dultey.McKenney ?'... . ..C.Emeraon, Dienelt .mu.":....B. O.U?Jnia it 'hj^paon.L.0...M^rde GokU fr -m U !?! ~ Oable 2. Hayea 2. Tre BVT L f. Bebwanaaaa. ?'? ^hwarzman, (-,,, (,,ah/frorn fool-Dable 2. Treoary. B[-ferci -Mr. Cliaa. I <npirc-Mr. B.gge. Time ?i haltet?30 niinutea. Taams Woa Lwt Par Ceat. S.Vi.9. 1. 4 0 1.000 Old Doadaioa. 3 } V.rX A. L. I. } * 'So Fort Haat. 0 4 ,m A LONG VOYAGE. The a'.ramer Jamrelown, wbich form t>r!y plied between WaBhiOjfton, Alrxarc ririn aod tbo Jameatown expoaltion aud aiai rau aa an excureion ateamer on tbe river, ll oow mldway between Wasbing ton aad Baeoos-Airea, Argeotlna, ber des'.iniiion, aid ia makiog good prog kaai Tne vessel was soli last fall to ai E-jg'iah ayodbate for use oo the River Plata duriog the ceotcnnlal of Argeotine i ndep^-ndencc, wbich opeoe at Bueoos Airea ia May next. Wbeo ahe renches h r rleatlettlM ahe will have pasaed over 7,778 pallsa. [he Jamestowu left Nor lolft oa Dsc?mber f> lo cbarge of ao Bflfliea cuptaia aent from Londoo cep-cially 11 take command of her. The purcossr ia the Argeotioa Navigaibn O ropany. This compsoy will nse tbe r>ost t) c:rry paasoogera between Buenos Airea and tbe town of 0>lonia, whicb lies soaie 40 miles np the river from ihe eapial, anJ which Is a reaort ol tbe well to do. A rRO-E'T. At ii*m tn the G3Zitta a few days ago aiinouuomg tbat amoog other bil'.B M. Rjbinam Moncore ioteuded to lo ujdune at thia afssion of tbe legla:a'.are would be one maklng lt nnlawful to ahoot ducka from lauoches baa caused aome complalnt. Gounera who operate launch.s ?re taklog exceptiona to thia proivdure, acd tbey argae tbat ducka auil r ro wholesala elanghler from the cc:upsuta of laocohei, aod that they eeld;tng"ta cbaoce tj ehoot at more thso one ;qiatic fowl at a timis, as the tn.t'a sppnacu alaaost loyarlaby fright ens tbe flirka and only tbe Btragglera ara ehjt. Oo the otber haod lt la claimed that thp grenter ravagea are mi lo araoDg ducks by pothontera and men ia sneak b:a s wb) usa big gane. DIED FROM FIIB INJUUIEB. Jatnes, ibe Infaot aon of Mr. J. M. and Mr*. Liilie Oator, died at hiaparenta' home in West E id last night from bnrna received on r'aurday. The little boy waa ln a room with aooiber cbild aod one of thim llghted a newspaper from toe s'.ove, whlch reiulted ln Jamea's ciotbea catchiog on ti.-e. Dr?. Moore ?nd J.ioea wcro eommtntd, but an ex amtnati >n showed that the little'a ooe'a icjirica were fatd, and, as Btated, bia deatb foliowed laat night. OPERA HOUBE. Owirgtothe extensive natore ofthe sapceic) rceorry aod fflecU rrqalrcd in preieotin? "Ihe Little Orphao," whlch was t' bfl prts?nted by tbe Johneoo Ojmp-ny tuoigbt, it bas beeo foood lm poa&ib e to prodace that play before next Tbaraday. Tonigh* and tomorrow two orgira' iarce comedlea will be pat oo by M-. J.hosio aod u'.s playera, who will ?|-o totrodace vaadeville, asiJe from tbrae rfuls of new moviog pictarea. POLIOB OOORT. (Juatloe 0. B Oatoa prealdfog] Tm f jllowiog caaei waredispoaed of thia raoru'.ne: Qij Ja:ks?n, obred, charged wlth esc*ping froa tbe cbain gaog, bad 30 daya adled to hia sentencr Two yoocg men, charged wlih die orlerly condact, hal their ciee can tlooed. Amelia Jolinaoa, colored, chsrged wi'U ?t?aliog a aiove from Bea Jobaaon, wasdamiistd. DE RUE'8 MINSTREL3. De Rue'a lamoos mioatrel compaoy ii booked to appear at tbe Gpera Honae on Wednesday evening. Tbia orgaolratlon It one of tbe leadlog road ehowa travel ing t >day aodeomea with the hlgheat en dor.emeot from citlee wbere it haa appe<rfd A apedal featore Ia tba blg bsnd parade wtich will take place at D >00. AOCUSED DI8MI83ED. Amoog th? caaea before tbe Pol'ce C>ort tlts morning wai tbat of a colored woman named Amelia J.hoaoo,who bad been arrested at ibo lostance of ber hoa? baod, Bn Jobnsoo, cpthecba/geofsteal log a a ove bi-l.irgicg to him. Tbe woman io her defense atated tbat ahe had re? celved only a peck of mealaod two centa irom ber busband dariog the pait tnootb. Joatlce Catoo diamissed the woman. PRESBYrFRlANS DEFElTED. Tbe Alexandria Olympias casily de feated the Presoyterlan duoday achool Da?ketoall taam at tbe former's ball 6a nriay by the acore ol 40 to 0. The Olyaapiaa woald like to arraoge gamss with all tsaraa avrraglog 14 yeara, KILLE'J BY AL0C0M0I1VE Mr. W. B Btaen, tuptrioteniknt of I tbe Matonetviile D.atiil-ry a sbort dis- j laice wtat of tbia city, *aa atrock at tbe , Telegrsph roxd er&seing by ? I gbt en- j gineoftbe BjOtherl Rsilway betwem ni_e aod ten o'cloek yeaterday morn ing and iostsntly k.lltd, bis body bav iog been terribly maogler". Ihe nn fortuoate roao, -cconpaaied by bia oephew, Eujene Biseoo, was oo hia way from tbe distiliery to hia home ou Djke Btreet exteoded, aod haviog reacbel the croasiog atopped aad conversel witb Michael Grime-, tbe fligman at that poiot. A aoatb boood passeoger tra.o pnlled iD the mtautlme, aod later Mj. Bisaoo and his nephew atarted across ihe tracks. A locomdive ronniDg back ward came along at tbia time and, ac? cordiog to ibe s atement made by tbe rUgmao, be called to the two men .0 lookoot. The fligman also asyshe at tempted to seizeMr. Bisaoo, but was nn successfa'. The eogioe wss atopped aud the mangled remaios were plckad op aod later were taken to Demalue & ?bn's ooderlaklog eatablishmen'. A coroner'a iury was aammoned last night by Justlcs G:orge 0. Btuart, of Fairfax, and an lnqu?st wbb beld at the noderlaklog parlors. Tbe jary was com poaed of George K. Pickett, foreman; Morrls King, John Fletcher, Oharles A. Power, Wal.er Moore, and L. S. Nalls. Attoroey Lewia H. Machen was present io the inter.at of the family of the decfased. M'chael Grimea, the crossiog flsgmao, testified Bubaantlally as glveo above. J. N. Wa'kor, the engineer, and Iver ?on Miller.tbe fireman of the Jocomotive, testified that they bad haaled a tralo from WashiDgion, and, haviog beon re lieved at Oameroo, a shorl dlstaoce west of thia city, were baokiog toward Alex aodria at a ?p*ed not exceedlog 8 miles an boor wben the accident occurred. The eogioeer testified that he blew bia whlitle for the crosaiog ard tbat tbe eo? gioe bell wai rlogiog. Hf atopped tbe eogioe io about three lengtha of a car, he aaid, wheu the fireman called ti Toe eogioe was etopped and teversad, aod tbe mangled body of Mr. Sisson waa foood betweeo the raile. Mr. S.sBon'a nephew raid ho htard no uo wbiatle or bell. Joho Bigaby aaid Mr. SUboo's foct waa caught between the rallB. He beard no wbiatle or bell. After aeveral other persons had testified the jiry returned the following yer dlct: "That William E. Sibsod came to bis death through gross negllgence on tbe partof the railroad." Mr. Biseop, who waa aboat 35 years old, leavea a wldow and ooe chlld. The deceased was a boo of L. H. BiRSOO, and waa a na'ive of Oulpepat coooty, but had lived ln Fairfax ouoty atversl years. He waa at ooe time ia the grocery bnsinesB ia Alexandria, but aold out to accept th? maoagement of the Mahoneyville PiatHery. Mr. Sleaon waa a member of Alexandria Lodge, Nc\ 75?, B. P. O. E. ELK8' DRAMATIO ( LUB. The Al?xandrla Free Kiodergarten Aafloclatlon having loat hroughdiath aod removod from town many o lta con tribotlog membera, flnda ita treaaory de pleted. They bave mad? an appeal to the E.ks* Dramatlc Olob who (with their well known cbaritable apirlt), cor dlally reaponded and promlae to give a benefit on Frldav, the tweotyelght of January. Mr. Van Matre, manager of tbeOpera Lhose, has kiodly giveo tbe aae of the hoase for that eyeoinjr. It Is hoped the publc will generoaaly re apood to their klndness and belp tbe as aoclatioo to contioae tbe Free Klnder gsrt-a wbich all reco^oixs ia of great benefit to lh-> liitle onea. "TBE RIVER. There Ia s'.ill mncb fl ;ating ice in the river, but It Ia kept oo tbe roove by tbe ebbing aod fbwiog of tbe tide, and af fords but little Impedimeot to aieam vea sels, Tbe B'.eBmer Norfolk arrlved op irom Norfolk this mnroing abont on time. fhe St, Johns, from the aame port, wai a little behind her acbedule time. Tbe steamer Northnmberlaod, from Baltirrore, reached thia port abouteleveo o'clock laat night. The ateamer Oity of Milford left here tbia morolng for river laTidlog*. 8PEOIAL OLOI H ING 8ALE. As will be a.eo by an adveriiaement on this psge, Mr. B. Lee Field, thepip olar clotbler aod haberdaaher, will have a ipeclal cnt price aale of clothiog ard furoisbingi at his etore, G12 Klog street, all tbia week. Gsnulne bargalns will prevall in aome loatanoeB. The prlcta beiog cnt nearly to half. There will alao be apedal rcdaotbna ia boya' knee pants. FUNERAL, Tbe fooeral uf tbe late Joaepb Horae* mai took place fnm the rea'.dence on aouth Alfred Btreet yeaterday afternoou. Rev. Oiborn Balt, psstor of Trlnlly Methodiat Epiacopal Church, cfficiated, aod bnr'al was In Betbel cemetery. Tho psllbearera were Meaarr. A. E Welcb, Amoa Baatio. Thomaa Thorpe, Erne+t Dove, Fred. Higgloaaod GeorgeOromp. ST. MARY'8 ALUMNAE, A meeting of the alamnae of 8\ Mary's Academy was held at the acac*. amy yeaterday a'teroooo, wbeo reporla oo the eocbre party held reoently were sobmitted aad anoouoeemeot was made that tbe llbrary of the academy woold be opea to the alamoae on Febmary 1. Tbe next meeting for the election of of ?ocera will be heli oo Aprll 18. 8UIT. Mrs. Alic? McMeoamlo aad her hui band, Rlcba-d McMeoamln.bas, throogb her attornay, Jodge J. K. M. Norton and Mr. Edmuod Buke, entered auit agalnat the Sontbern Railwav Ooropany for $7,500 for dtm'get clalmed to bave been done their proper y rn opper Dake street. PARDONED. Gjvcrnor Saanaon haa granted a par don to Wiiliam Padgeit.who ln May last was seot to tha Rsform Scbool near Richmond for stealiog two bottles cf wbisky from a car. You caa make tbe holldiy seaion mcre appreciated if you preseot aome dear frleod with a pair of tbe baodaome *hoea ahown io Maraball'a wlndowa. Coal Coke Wood Be wies? Buy yoar fusi before the sersr* weathsr.Wt ofler best ijaaiity,prompt delivery and lowast markst price. Phone 95. DiW. ? ITCB890N, 107 aonth Royal 4r*tt A bUOCESBlON OF FIBE-*. T ?ere wai aa alarm oi fire about two o'click last Bitnrday afternooo, caos;d by a elight bl zi on Colomboa atreet between Oameron and tjieen. Bit little demsge resulted. Esrly S4tnrday night another alarm was aoanded by retaon of the bnrnlrg of an aah barrel on Alfred atreet betweeo Kiog and Oamtron. Eirly yeaterday moroiog fire waa dia ccy<jred io the rear portlon of a frame boose oo the cast elde of Patrlck atreet, between Prlncesa and Oronoco. Toe drpirtmeut waa aoon on the groond, but the baildiog was badly damaged btfore the fire waa aubdued. The hoaae wai owned by Obarlea Arrington and cccop'ed by a colored family named Jobuson. At 2:30 o'cloek th's moruing another alarm was s^nnded when fire waa dia cwred by Offlcera Yonng and Arring? ton ia the kltchen of the Martha Waah ington Cale, oo the norihesat corner of Kiog and Waahlogtan atreets. The kltchen Ison the Washingtou sireet tide, aid altbough the depirtment reaponded promplly and tbe membera worked h rolcally, before the flamea were eub doed tbe kltchen was gutted and the cife propetty badly damaged. There waa considerable excitement for a time incident lo remoflng tbeoccopantaof the upper atory to plscea of aafety. Mra. 0:?rk acd h r aoo, wbo were In the tbird atory, came down a ladder wbicb hal been placed In poiltlon by the fire m;n. Allen Oogan played a promlnent part in reacuiug Mra. Olark. Sae waa taken to the home oi Mr. R. Mtyger Green wbere abe was made comfortable. Th? baildiog ls owoed by Jadge 0 E Niol aod S Privolos la the pro prletor of the cafe. The latter carried no '.niurance. The orlgln of tho fire ia aokoown. After the fire bad been eobdued Mr. Privolos, who la alao pro prittor of the louch room on Kiog street, between Rojal and Fairfax furolshed cofiee and sandwicbes to tbe firemen. PEB80NAL. Miaa El'zabeth Lloyd arrived on Ftl day morning from Alexandria, aod will joio a hooae party whicb left that alterooon to apend aome time at Vir? gioia Beach.?[Norfolk Ledger. Mias Allce Orawford, of Semioary II'11, has gooe to 8an Aotonlo, Tex , to v.ait ber brother, Mr. Angoa McDowell Orawford. Tbe Alexaodria Germao Olob will give its mldwinter cotilloo next Filday night at McBuroey'e Hall. The other daoces for the aaaaon are annoaoeed to ?M given Friday, Febroary 4, and Frl dAy, Aprll 1. Mlea Jeaaie V. Armstroog haa movfd to Waahiogtoo, wbere ahe will make her bome. Mr, Robloaon Moocnre, delegate In tbe leglalatore from thia cl'.y and coanty, will during tbe sessiou hsvo rooms at Murphy'a Hotel ln Rcbmond wbere, he writee, he will be glad to aee hia frlenda. Oapt. B. M. Latham Ib qalte ill et tbe Alexandria Hoapttal. MrB. Walter E. Jacobson of the Oo 1 inihl, wbo baa been ill at her slster's home in Bsltlmore, returned home to? day, much improved io healtb. Sbe will be at home to her Irieoda after Tu*eday. Debgate Robinion Moocure came np from Richmond today for a ahort time. A rare bargaio aod one that ia laat Ing cao be obtaioed at the shoe store of John A. Marahsll & Broa., 422 Klog atreet. Look at the wlndow diaplay. LOOAL BREVITIE9. Mr. Hnrvey Sutherland dled at his bome at Del Ray last nizht. The de. ceased was a natlve oi Maryland. h ? was 27 years old. A white man, who bad been arretted Batorday olght for diaorderly condnct, la'er eacaprd from the e'atloo houar He make hia exlt tbroogh a wiodow. A1 Washingtonian, whtgave his name <s Jobn D"*, was arrwted laat week by Con stable Pa\ne charged with gnoning on the grounds of Vr. Norman Oibbs, of Fairfax county. withont permiasion. Ha was taken hff'ire .lustice Vfright who flntd him $6 aad (B}.tO?eeBBi Repreaentative Gerritt J. Diakama, o' Miehitran. addrrssed the men'a maet n_ i.i tha Young Penple a Building of the Metho dist Eiiis"op?l Church Uouth Testerdav after? noon. His theme waa, 'The Boad to Happi ne3s." Aaolowaa given by lliu Vierkom. A large ardience was preeeot. The annnal mseting of the s'o?iholders of the Diatrlct of Colambla Paper Manufar t ir!ng Compsnv wai held at No. 111 aouth Fairfax straet today for the puiposeof aleot Iog dlteetoi**. Mr- Ellen Cristie fell at her left residence, northveat corner Klngand Fairfax strret-, on Silurday night a-dtiroke herarm. -be waa att*nded by Dr. Warfied. Clara A. Bartlett, infant daoghter of Rev. Robert U. anl Gra-e Bartlett, died Hatu'dsy night at Llncolnia, Fairfax county. Revival meeiings wiil be htld *v?ry nighj tbis week ia Ibe Free Meeholiit Church. Al1 are invited The Alerandria Kcstr.f Owls will tnmor row night pay a fraternal visit to the Nait in Wethiigtoa. Yeatarday was a clear. aeasonabl* Jannary day, Tbe chnrchts were all fairly well attended. The Knights of Maocabeea will meet to night Mra. Ariballa Ratabroak Mao Rwat waa a marrte.1 Udy with aiawily. tshe was alao a aiftragette. who rarried tha alogan of "votes for women wherever ?b* went. Now while we believe io femala surtrsgfttc, we don't like tha i'eaof aee'ng a married 1 dy rlways ?way from home sponting and sbrieking ' >n.ual righta" and all that ?ort of thing. Don't yon think it wonld be ao much better If che was at the Anth Market buving that de lHous horne killed fresh meat for old man Mac Hwat and all the little Msc Rwata who depend "on her for three ma-li a ?!*>? Here'a to the lady whore tirst thought ia for hora^, hubby, and her little cbildren 8yl van Bloudluim.the Anth Stand and the Auth Market. __ Oovaroroeot Officera Implicated. Madiid, Jao. 17 ? Promlosot govern* ment offlciala are today aaid to be Im? plicated ln tha eonnterfeitiog plant dit oovered ln the vlllage of Dcke of B o'J vente oear Giudix. Tbe doke and tbe Marqait Lombay h?ve been arrested. Tbe counterfeiteri have flooded Bpaln with milliona of peeetai. Asaesment Set Aalale. Trentoo, N. J., Jan. 17.?Aoopioloo setting aslde ao aasetaaaeot of $14,628, 279 37 leried by tbe board of aaeeeeori of Newark opoo a faodof the Pradeotial Insoraooe Cnrpany was glven today by tbe state board of eqaal zat'on of taxea, Tbe fnnd lovolved wai tbat held for de f.rred dvidend poiicy holdert. Sulcide of i Mioiater. Pittsborg, Jao. 17.?Rer. Paol Ax tell, aged -3, pastor of tbe Firat Prea byterlan Ontrja, of Bewlckley, Pitta? bnrg'a wealtbieat aod most exolasive snbarb, commlt'.ed snicide early today by abootiog him-elf throogh the heart at tbe bome of blt fttber in Lebanor. Ber. Ax'eli bad beeo la ill-healtb for aoma time. Washinrjton - - - ? D.C. Any winter coat in stock reduced to *19-T5 ^ffla. oSi."h ?***jrafts,>"'En,broidOT,d clo&^^^dS??p - aaa $7.95 Choice tomorrow. TH0MP80I & APPICH wish to anoounce that they have opened at No. 107 South Royal Street, the second lloor of the Aitcheson Building, a Gcncral Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Oftiee where they will be pleased to have the public calt for an investigation of their Real Efftate, Loan and Insurance propositions: E. A. THOMPSON GEO. L. APPICH ~^(}ENT8Mr^ Straight Cut -IN CLOTHING All $10 Suits - - 57.98 All $12 Suits - - $9 98 All $1.'> Suits - - $U 9*3 All $18 Suits - - $13 98 All Men's Trousera proportion ately cu' in price. 278 PA1RS OF BOYS' Straight Knec Pants 75c a^d $1 00 value9 all wool, ?l/es 4 to 15 yarde at 49c per pair Shirts and Underwear at reduced pricea Call and satisfy your sclf of tbe truth ol the above. R.LEEFIELD One Price Olothier and II tberdasher. No. 612 King St. B3ll Phone 249. THE annnsl m*emig tt tbe ator kucldara ot* tha MATHER8LAMM PAPER t'Oaf PANY, Incorporated, will be hald at the1 prinripal oflice of the compsny. No. Ularuth Fairfi- atrret, Alexan'rla, Virginia. at 12 o'clock m. on ll'RHDAY, r-V-ruary 1, 1010, for the election cf directora and auch other huiioeaa aa may properly be before the roe*t ing. I. C. L\MM, Seerstary. jan 17 tl_________ ?PBOIAL NOIICE. NOT1CE F. O. E. -All Fagleaare rfuua^t ed toattend the meetiug of Alva Aerie WED NESDAY. Jinoary 19. Inipnrtant bnaineas. _ jAC0Ba0|, w Vn, JU8EPH H. WECT, W. Sec. janl'.tt MASONKV V ca.ll.vl rniumuaioatinu ?f ALEXaNDRIA-WASUINOTONl LODQE, No. 22. A., F. 4 A M. will be held atthe rsmple TUWDAT EVENJNO, Jan? uary 18. st 7.30 o'clock, for work. By order ol the Worahipful lla?t*r. 2t_ A.O.trJLER.Fectetary. FOR BALF. -Two ?.year-old MAREa" wsighing about 1,300 pounds each. Soand and gentl city bro*e JOHN PLASKETT, ix>rtou Valley Pont aVr?, Lor ton Sutlon. Va._i>nl7 3t COMMITIEE OH04EN. The following membera of Cingrere f?lll cooatltote the j >iot oromlt'ee tbat will lnfce'.lgate tbe charg<s that baye bsen made agaloa. Bacrttary of the Ic terlor Ballloger. From tbe Saoatr: R-pnbllcani?Nel aon, Root, Sa'htrlaod, FlLt. Demo orata?Hoghea, Payoter. From the Hoass: Rspnbllcaos?Olm s'.ed, McOill, S eveoa, iUdiajo. Demo crata? Jooea, Rainey. With the selectioo of tbe democratic represeotatl?es from the Hooae at a can coa Satorday night, the committee was ooopleted, The rr-pntllcan mambera from the Hooae sreraagreed npon by the rrgu'ata aod tbe iasorgena at a meeting held late Satorday alternooo, aod Rep resiotative Hayea afterwards carrlea tbe llat to tbe W'oite Huoae wltb tbe 0 K of the losorgeots aad of tbe repablicso wblp, Dwigot oo it. Tbeee aelectlooa will be formally ratlBed at a repablleaa oaaoos called fjr tooigbt. Ia eaocas the democ-ats atrnggled for an boor aod a baW oftr the aelecM of a man to fill a $1,6U0 place oo tbs H ose rolls, awarded to the miocrl'y, aod for a great maoy ytara fllltd by the late Billy Wataoo, of Ntw York city. Mr. Spelgbr, of Alabama, waa elected. Foimtr (hrvooi Ocorge T. Werle died at his home, Ia letatj Oity, N. J., today. _ The Lindner Shoe for Ladiea fine wear haa no equal, John A Marehall s% Br.. 422 iUn_ street LatadbaaUr'a gaaraukagi Oaam Cong Bemady to onre ooagha. W? don'l aaj?or your abv.ey baak, beoauat tbera'i nooead, It. caree, fcsbettla, Great lllantic New-Crop, Fancy-ChopJ Mlxed, Oolong, Oeyloo, Aeaam, Engllab Breakfaat, Yoanr Iliaon, Imperlal, In dia, and Gnnpowder. None better. 40c, 50c, 60c aod 70c a pound. A. & P. Baking Powder 1 4 !b. cbt 13c. M b cao Uj 18fji. caa 50. A.&P^.r^EXTRr\CTS 25c A BOTTLE. I0NA T0MAT0ES. 4 cana 25c. Rejular price 8o a can. Baltana Tomatots 3 caai 2f>c. Regolar price 10c a cto. A. & P. Tomatoee, a cai 10.% Regolar price 12*o a can. Fresh-Roasted Coilees 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c a pound. SultanaSpiccsFLMORs. 14 b. cana lOj. G0LDEN KEY TEA 1-2 lb. box 30r. 1 lb. box COo Beeded Rile'na 3 ik?. 26c Rtgular price 101 pack ge. Bplnaob, 3 can-. 25? Regular price 10a a ean. Grandmotber'a Oit?, 3 pkg 25a Regnlar price 10c a paekage. A. P. Pampklu, 3 cant. 25o Regnlar price 10c can. Wax Beaos, 8 caoe. 25c Regular price 10c a can. FlgNewtona, 3 Iba. 25c Regolar price lttt a poniid. A. & P.^HECKS Given away liberally to intro duceour Teaa, Coffees, Spicee, Baking Powder and Extracts. 525 KING ST. PHONE 277. Opera Hous ? Monday and TueedayNlghta *^ The 6oy Johnson Stoik Co. Will preaent two origioal faree eoratdiaa, "A Night Off" and "A Family Affair." THE 1TSNIE8T E7EE. Two Vaudeville Ac'a and Three Reela Picturea. Prioes 10 aod 15. A. few ehoice aeata at 20'. 1 _EA._tTHE4.TBE-Down Stairs Three reels cf late motion pietnres daily, 2 to a p. a_ Aammiou 5o. Opcra Housc Wedneelay, Jan. 19th.One night only. De Roe Bros. Ninstrels EVERY FEATURE A BIG ONE A Caiload of Special Scinery. Remember the bis- parade at noon. PRICES FROM 25c to 50c Isaa.Tfi mU at Wariald i, A Glance in Rosenfeld'sStore atthe carpenters and bricklayers will tell the story why we are so anxious to sacrifice our merchan dise. We would rather give the public big bargains than have the 6tock ruined by dirt and dust. ROSENFELD'S 518-20 Kiog Street, Alexandria, Va? When You Entertain why not really entertain? Sbow yonr frietds the norelty of cooking a meal rlght at tbe table by electriclty on the elecrlc Toaater Stove. For further inquiry apply at the offiee of the Alexandria Electric Company, 524 KING STREET. _ DliY GOOD3. Prices That Will Make j Quick Sales. ?c?0-' 4 Ladies Suits gray, brown aod two aavys; price was $1498; cut to $7.98 6 Ladies' Suits browns, greens and navys; price was $18.98; cut to $12.98 Beli Phone 63. f Home Phone 199a. Daily Deliveriea to Suburban Homes II. and Sons 316 King Street. Everbody Loves GOOD COFFEE -AND Nice Sandwiches. TRY OURS Cameron Dairy Lonch 905 KING STREET. OPEN ALL NIGHT. JFWPLFRS. WMr-r-r-r Need an alarm clock to wako you theae cold niorning*? Be sure to get a good one There are none better tban thcat: we offer you from $1.00 lo $11)0 We guarantee tbat they'll kerp good time aod make noise enou_ h to awaken you at the right hour, as well. You can't run any risk ia buyiog aoy sort of a clotk here. iders & 629 King Street Shaw-Walker Filing Devices AND Plow Mot.er Lcose leaf Ledgers are the devices now used in all firrft-claNA uo to-data huaine?a of ficea, We have a dtock alwaya on hand. Ltt ut ahoer you. Ws> will be glad to. R. E. KNIGHT. You will find one of our px\ ;; cellent iChaflng Dishes:: Haodyand helpful ia serviog;; ' the most palatable thinge ! quickly ; $5-00 UP; R. C. Actoo _ Sons: !! 606 KING STREET ii 111 u 111 a L03T. -A small whiU Ereneh POOD1 K DOO. Aanitable rewa-d will be pa dj for its rttorn to No. ?i9 routh Alffd a'reet. GEORUE 80IJ WaHZMAN*, janla-tt ____,___.__, nooMaj f on k*-:nt. Ry day, we?k or month tt 8ROLUHT.>N"S C\FF, janlSlw_7.n-7'i Kin < ..et.^ WANTED-A whits COOK. Callat 411 KING STREET*. j>nl5 3t_amm FOR RENT. 7 Rootuframe UOI -if, Vft n^rth t'olurubua tlrvtt, io good co-dia tlon: rentbw toa aooil Unaot. Aip'? al ii) floij ra royal street. Jan 15 3t_m_ LO_T- Jn Prinoa atrett, betwwo St. Aaaph and Pitt, a BILVER Pl'RaE. coo?ai? insr a amall amouot ol* money. Tha fioder wili lears it at rX7 Pilnst atrstt aud rtwiTa rsward, 1--U 8?