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TI rS9_Y EVKNINO. FE11. 15, 11*10.
TocTiTIi^ISsr Sun and Tide Table. Is <, n .lsw. ttmorrow at 6 M and eetaat 6.38. High water at 12.33 and 1.04 p.c^ Weather Probabilitiea. VW_Ua_tloi r?intonight and WedntB d?. ..1 tou *?? colderVidoesday after 45d.greer- mcreaaiug toutherly winda. WANMW 61NK A HJIP. Many yiars ago an old wocdeo veeeel was b< 'wn up by an iufsrnal taachioe a .hoit dhtiaea below Alexandria io order to taet i?aeotility ol tuomarine explc aives. Anotber Ittreatlng exhibition oo the Po'omac Is probable. Brlogiog with bim a new wreck booy, Frink P. B ua, of Beattle, WaBh., ar rived in Waahington a few days ago for ihe pnrpoee of aaking the goverooneot authorltiea toalnka ahlp in the Potc mac river to t at the new lifc-miog devlce. Toe Brost l my ia l u lt io two pait ?, a baie aod the t u iy proper. The baae ia fasteoed to the deck of a ehip. It la cyllndncal, and haa in lt a cable whlch ia at acbed to tbe l u jy proper. Tbe luay ib aatomatlcally releaaed when b abip aloks aod tloata upon the surfaxe ot tbe waler. Oo t ?p of the buoy ia a bell whlch la a' u ided by the motion of the waver, and will attract t ie attett on of paaaiog vee aela. Oae of the original devlces of tbe new buoy ta an arrangement wbereby a doaeo <lre preservtra are 1 uog oo it and reonain afloat. RiVER NOiE-i. The aurfaca of the river is agaln covered w th floaiina ice, aod no aslling veeaelaara paeaiog up or dowo. The B Itlroore aud Norfolk tt amera are ar rlvlog aod departiua oo time, and the ateamer City of Milford oontioues to make cer aio river landing*. Tbe steamer Wllhelmlna, whlch ar X ? id a few d?ys ago Irom Port Taropa with pboaphtts rock for the Alexandria PcTtitiaW and Ohemlcal Oompany, le-t at aa esrly tbia mornfog. Tba barge Daniel, which waa <ut tbnaugb by tbe ice a ahort diit ioce be lew J nea's Poit t aeveral weeks ago, bas been towcd to tbia city by one of Mr. L. JE. rjooot'a tngbca'.a. Tha barge Herculea, whlch bad been loadiog railroad tita at Quact co for a nortbarn po t bai been bicujU lo W. A Btnctt cv Oo'a wharf in thia city wbere Bbe will fioish taking on ber earg.o. * DEATH OF MRS BRADFORD. Mrs. Roialie Lloyd Bratlford widow of Uapt. John Bradfort^ for a namber of yaata connec'ed witb the reveoue ma xiae setvlce, died ye.urday evenlng Bt ber resldcnce, 2025 Kalorama road noitbaeat, Washlogton. Mre. Badfoid svaa la ber eix'.j niuth year, and for ihe last five or bix yeara bad been a aoflerer from rheumatism. Mrs. Bradford ba* been a mideul td Wasblnfet m all ber liie, baviog ? large circle of frlenda aod acqo .lotanceB. She was a great-grand diujbterof Oar. Lloyd of Meryland, who w*B one of tbe largtat land and atona ownera in tbe country. Mra Brad'ord leaves one dmjhter?-Mre. BoBalle L Maulaewa, widow of Robert fiowman Ma tbews, of Louialana, for fi.' teen yearB Waahington oorrespondent of the New Oriean P.cayuoe. P0L101S WUHT. [Jnailce H. B. Oaton preaiding] Tne foilowlng cases were dieposed ol tbis mornint: John McOueo, cha'ged with disor diry conduc. and fightiog, was dia mlaaed. Obarlis Eaton, colored, oharged with aasaaltlrg Onarles Btataoa, colored, with a piatol, was fined f50 aod given aix oaontbs in jsil. Jenule Payne, colored, oharged witb disorderly cooduct, was dismlssed, Francra B-yatt, colored, charged with it .>aling two tugs bsd ber caae coc tloued. Jamea Roe, colored, cbarged witb diaorderly coodoct, waa taroed over to the m'horities of Alexandria county. KEPT MARRIa'gE ASEORET. Tbe marriage of Miaa GraceM. Taber, of Bs t more, to Mr. Lawrence Thom aen, ol taeeamecliy, in Alexandria, la announced. Tbe owriage took place abiu a year ego, l nt waa krpt aecret nntil recently. Miaa Taber, now Mr?. Tbomaeo, icvlted a number of frlenda to her home. After all bad arrived Mlas Gu'Ble A. Taber, tbe bilde'a elater, made tbe announcament. Ooogratula t ooa aod a abowtr of rice followed. IN8rALLATI0N"_ND BANO.DET. Tbe fdiowing officers of Marley En campment, No. 6, I 0. O. F., were lo ?talled by D. D. O P., J. T. Watkins, Ua. night: 0. P, W. F. Rlsdoo; 9 W., M. S. Keene; H. P., N. L, Wi! liamson; ecrihe, R M, Watkint; treae orer, P. M B adsbaw; J. W., A. J. Batch-r; 0 S., W. H. Yatrs; I. S., Q. W. B n /; 0 , F. K*u<; firat wit;b, H. Arnoid; a>t'>od ?nicb, W. E. Latbsna; tblrd wa'ih, li. Frledlander; fiu tb watch, 0. li. b okeo; O. of T., J. T. VWkin-, atcooaU. ol T , J. A. S.oronse. Tn? c: i itrpaoent aljaurned to Mr. Brlli'a oafe wbere a baoquet waa terved f PP.0PER1Y 8ALES. Mra. M*nnp 0. Rlabeill and Iu batd ba*e sold t > Mra. Edna C. D*via a bouae aod 1 N oa tho east aide ol 0 lurx t u i atreet, bi t veen Cimeron and Q >eee. Ar. H-z kiah Honderaoa haa auld lo Mr*. M.r^hret A 1J-lons a b u e and lot 03 ibe e.st eide of Alfred street, boim of Pecdlttoc. Mr. Davld Tbompson baa eolJ to a gen leman ircm Weit Virginia hia farm, abot i wo milea weat of Monnt Verno-J. fhia wat a part of tbe < r gi cal Mooot Vernon esia'e and la known aa tbe Union farm VALESTINE PARTY. Mi?* B-ttta Baader gave a valentlne pany to r>pr jc ung irienda at her rea! dence on King atreet, nrar Fairfax, lau night. Tnere waa a large a'.teodance, acd all present expetUncel a moat it lghtlul jvetlng. A bountiful t u oper waa aerved. I: wbb paU mldoigbt wben the |,ii ?Ib depared for i oeir homea. Yn_ahculd not fail to eee the game of bsaketjall toaight Yoo'll er ioyit. Ladiea?For aalM c:mfort, wrar the r-< 0? IS-*-. Jobn A. Maraball -r:t. THE TWiNTY SECOND CELE BRATION. Tbe programme of the exercieea to be beld lo thu c'ty by Alexandrir WaBbiogton Lodge ol MaaonBon Feb u ay 22 jd waa publiahed In yeatsrday'a G r.3ite. Tha maurof the lodgs baa tatu d tbe followlng: M'. VtrooD, the mecci of pi t iotic Amerlca, bas long aioce been deemed tne ballowed sbnoe of American M< aoor. H re liea the beloved aod moat diaiioguiehtd votary ol the cia't ol modern timea, aod cloae by, io the Colonial town of Alexaodria, is the lodge, btill vigorcus io its old ag^, oter which he preaided, wboae cbsrttr bearj hia oame aa "Maater," and oo whoie walla bang prlceless mementoea of the immortal Craftamao. At ??very t no tbe eye falia opoo tbe veoerated triok ete, peraooal eflscta, and Maaonio treat urea of the mighty Waahington, handed down by lamlly and friends to ba kf i>'. io th'B venerat?d aaoctam BBOotoruu) as Becrea remlDdera ofa precitui paat. For yeara tbe ever iocreasio% army of t inriog Maaooa, aoimated by pr. foood reverence, have vaioly appealed to na to io. u aitl a national move? ment to erect a uiemoral i > "Waehiog too, tie Ma'0\M aod thereby preserve in a fireproo! reapoeiiory iheae aacred irea u ea aa a ltgacy for fotore geoera tlona of Masona and tbe glory of our natiooal inatituion. Tbeae appeala are oitthe traoaitory vaporinga of lr leaponelrjle dreamers, fired by momet tary enthusiasm and exe nmect, bot tie earoest, aiocere aapplication of tbe best aod moat repreaeniatlve ci:izJOB in America, men of bigb character, of nohle impolaee, who earoe t y dealre to enricb and enoble the cra't by ex alting the fame of "Waahington, the Maaon." Galded by tile potent Ir.flaence and lo responaa to tb'* urgeot call, we bave determloed, after ma u e cooalderatlon, to lannch on Febroary 22, 1910, an appeal to every grand jj.rladlc.lon io tbe Uoited 8a:es to c -operati alth ua in bnlldlng a National Mimorlal to "Waehlogton, the Maioo," and to per peiuite io imperiabable fcrm tbe mc -enions Maaonlc eventa In tbe life ol WaBblnfcton. It ia propoaed to aet apait ia thia temple a Hail of Fame in wbicb will be allttdapase to every grand jark dlc;ioo to erect lableta to their dia tioa_n ?hed aons who have been promi nemly idenlified with Ibe fraternity, with pb'tigraphs and blograpblea of each man wbose name la ioacrlbed on tbe tablet. It bas alao been auggeated tbat theae Ubleta be ln ieaf form, in order that al who bave In the paat mav now, or aball at any fulue tlme, des'erve tols apeclal dlatioction, can and wlll receive It. Tbaa the oame, plc'ore and blograpby of every grand mainr, from the beginnUg of Masonry in thia couotry on dowa through tbe (niure, wonld be found lo Ihe achivea of tbia memcrlal. Ii would be prematurefor ustoaatuice aotbority i) deoide opon any permanect plao, or tu'lioe a flxed pollcy before a*sembllng tbe grand masters or tbeir repreaentBtivea when we hop? the ert re propoaitlon wili be tborougbly dlgested la all ita varioua phaeea, and ?n organi zdion artiafactory to every one perfec' ed. That Alexandria Ib tbe logioal home for tie objact in qaeetion Is apparent wben Iti iebt!ve geographical locstion to our capital city aud Mt. Vernon is conaidered, and the inlimate aocial and pollrcal relatlon of General Waahington with ita people anderatood. Our representatlve in tie House of Burgesees, member of oar town couocll, vea'.rymen in our old Obriat Ohu'ch, be founded aod endowed onr first free achool, jurveyed our atreet), eatabliahed, acd waa an aciive member of our fire depart met', and maater of our lodgp. Here lo 1798 was beld tbe firat celebratlon ol hia birthday, and here in 17M he held hia latt revlew and gave hia lait mll my order. Its pbysiciana min'etered to hla dylng wants; ita ministers performed hla Iineral aervlcr; Ita c't zsdb formed his loneral co.i ge; ;n aoldiera piid the last mllituy t-lbate at bia grave; ita Maaooa depoaUed tbe apron, tbe glove tbe ever green on his bier, and prononnced ita aucirnt benedictiop. WeiuimU tbia pmposiion, we eend tila InvitatioD with an earaeai rrqicst (hat yoa attend in peraon, bot if impoa a'ble to do bo, Btnd a repreaeoittlve cu'y accred I -d and anthorlzed to act. Tba wbole uiderlaklng haa tbe earnen and a. t ve snppoit of b th tbe present and t ie prospective grand mat' era of Virginia and remember, my brotbrr, thtt ycu are oot boooriog Waehiog;on alone, tut every man in every grand jiriadlctlon conaidered wortby of epecial hooor by tbe powers that be in bia particnlar jorladlctioD, Ciu^. H. Cai LAU.W Worahipful Maater. Alexandria-Waablrgton Lodge No, 22, A. F., A A. M. Tbe committee of Alex?ndria-Wa?h iogtoo Lodge, haviog in cbarge the celf bratlon, with WorahipV Maater Calla ban, as obairman, ia tudly engaged in making arrangementa lor the occaslon. Asheutifore att'.ed a )a-ge nnmbercf dlBtin?uiabed Maaooa wlll be preseo*. Secretary ol War Dlckioson will reprt aent Preaidert Ta't Past Grand Mastir EigUatoo, cf Virginia, baa be>n re* qoeated t repreaent Nova Scotia; Llon. J. D. Ricbardaco, bead of the 9cott;?h Rlte, will repreaent Tenneaaee, and Senator G. W. Dlxon wlll repreaent the itae of Ntvada. gfJRPRISE PARTi*. Mr. and Mie. Raymond B emenfeld were given a turprlte matqoeiade party lt their reeidetce on eon'-h Fairfax atreet li night. A large tnmber of tbeir rleods frcm Wa-bington and tbia city were preaent. A very pleaaact eveniog wbb spent by ail presect. A bacqoet w? served a' I ae II atel Rsmruel. The gentleaaeo'a priz? for the best characier was woo by Mr. Bimon Blono'heim, aod the lady'a prize by Mrs. E. Galdimitb. Tbe following were preaeot: Mr. aod Mr?. B Well, Mr. and Mni E. Gold imitb, Mr. aod Mrs. J. Wolf, Mr. ard Mrs. A Drelfar, Mr. and Mra. A. K uf roan, Mr. aod Mrs. H. Dacha'ageo, Matter Adriao Katz, M ?s Rose B unec feld, Mr. and Mra. Mturlce BlnmeoMd, Mr. and Mra. Milton Kronbeiro, Miss 1 Citrv Hamt-erslaogh aod Miaa Carile Bsrnheimer. Basketball?tonight?Armory 11*11. CORPORATION COURT. [Judge L. 0. Barley preeiding.] Rosa Pavarlni va. G'u'laoo Ddcinl; decree for aale aod appolntiog Obarles Bjndbeim aod R. D. Btuuback com mlBsiooers oi aale. BaaketbaH-tTlihS-Arrr^ry Ea". PE&50NAL. Mrs. Okauie ArmisUad, of Harrptor, haa gone io Alexandria, where ahe wlll visit her daujhter, Misa Doniiy Arm ittead. who is aitendiog rcbool in ibat ci .?[Newport News Preee. Mr. Fraocia L. DiiogerfHd, ol Alex? andria, ls apendiog a few dayB wilh Mr. 1'oigUa Brooke, in But) tttit.?[ Nt po't L.nr'maik. Urr. W. B. Pmt tn, of Alexandria, and Mrs. Kirkpatrick, of Wiocbeeter, wera vlaitora tbe \> I tr part of the week at MrB. Jame;. Cooper's, in 8 rasborg ? [ Harrisoobutg TlmeB. Mr. Oharlea A. Howard, wbo baa been qu ie III for tie paat few diye, Ib abie to bs oot again. Mra. F. J. Pefl, who haa been aerioot ly ill for aome time past, ia improving, and (oday waa able to sit up ior a wbile. LWut. Obarles M. Magne, V. 8. A., has tendered hla reeignatton on acconot of phyaical disabiiny Incnrrtd io ihe aetvice, and witb Mra. Magne wlll be In thia city tbe lafer part of tie week to be tbe gueata of the latter'a parenta, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pavidaon. Mesara. J. A. Marahall aod DeW. Aitcheaon are expectsd home fiom Uot dprloge, Aik., this eveoiog. Mias B*rtle Regeater, of Baltimore, ia vlaltiog M'B. George E. Wariie'd. Mra. Fleming acd diu^htir, MIsb Elztbtii, of Oklahoraa, are gues'B of Mr. aad Mrs. W. F. Stoniieile, at tbeir home near Mount Vernon. LOOAL BBEVITIES. AlexaodflaWaahlogion Lodgeo'Ma sons will meet tonight for work. TbeC.t; Oouocll will hold a special seasion tonight to canaider the tropoeed tu'ldlng lawp. No biMloeas of geoeral importance waa transacted at tbe mett og of the Alexan? dria Llght Infattry lart olghr. A meeting of the Obtmber of Oom merce was held laat nigb'. No bosioesa of geoeral importance was traosacted. Mr. F. 0. Sploka wl;I be tbe caterer for tbe Maaonic bacqne; on tbe night of the 221 inatant. There aeems to ba a supeifl >'ty of cata in thec.t/ and in some qua-ters the qaeation bas arlien as how to get rld of tbem. Tbe aoonal meeting of tbe slockhold ers of the Fidelity Storage CVrporatioo was held ia t ais c t/ t iday for the electlons of officers aad diret I ire. A mett ng of tbe Gaorge Washlnglon Birthday Assoc a'ion will be beld at the rooroaof theObaxb r ofOommerce to? morrow night. M. D. Oorse Oamp, Sone of Oanfede rats Vitirana, mel Uat night bat poit paned the ekction ol officers till a futore daf. Mr Jsmes Z mmetmao g; I his baod c: ujht betwe60 twa cata at tbe Potomac tarde yeftorday, and waa badly lut U i was atiended by Dr. Sm t \ Mre. Mary A. Daniel, widow of John A Daniel, died it her ifBldence, 319 U.immercd atrett, la t nlght. Tbe di ceased leavts levrral childreo, She was 61 yeara old. Mr J. F. Rodgera bai been awardtd the contract by Mr. T. 0. H award tt make extenslve a!t ratlons to tbe honat h? racently puiohase*. 202 sooth Waab lagton ttr<:er. Mr, H <ward will tccpj it bs hia hcme. The Br tierbood of St. Andrew, Chapter 31, of GraceEpiacapal (Jhorcb, will hold ti weekly meetlog tonight at Grace 0. n ch at 7-30 o'clock. All m?mbera are rrqoested to be present. I a a game ol oasketball at tbe Armory 11 tli yesterday the Baya' Alhletlc 0,ub easlly defeated a team rrpresenting the PreBbyterian Suiday Sahool by tbe acore of 43 to 13, The Japanrae Tea given at Lee Camp Hsll yen.rday afternoon was well a tended and was a most er jayabls rf!?ir Theae teae are to be glveo every Moo day sni FridBy evenlogs durlng tbe rt uaioder of the wioter. Tbe L. 0. T. M. will Md ibelr rri-u lar revlew Febm try 15, at OJd Fellows' Hali at 7:30 o'clcck. Every member la urged to be prese rt as an uoasoal pio gramme promising mnch social enter tainment hsa been prepared. Ooe candida'o waa io t n'ed at the meeting lait nisrtbt of Alexandria Lodg' of Elka. Tbe diamatic clob ol that nrgai Izatioa will leave ibla evenlog for Fredetlckabarg where ihty will give a perforooaoce tonight. The police ofiicars have bsen reqieated by ChiefWilkie of tbe aecret etrr'ce bn*ei ii :o look t ia' for a man who hiie been puilog cionterfilt f 10 billa io Waahlogton and wbo lt is aaid ia in thls city. The home of a colored man named Maore wbolfvedon Mr. J. E. Johoatoo'a farm oo D.agua ia*, io Fairfax atn ty, b.u b of tbia city, waa deatrojed l>y fire witb its contents on r mtlsy D|gh*. Tbe man has s'x children. "Sauaage de Luxa! mean thofe irreViatibly delictous Auth Sausagea. \Vh?n we t;>ld this I ? Mr Einitien, he r-aid: ' De looks" v?i alright, but linw abont their taste." UTccure he koew they re the kinl that elw.iya taate like more. De waa just trying to kiJ u?. Thofe irreeittibly drlictoua Auth Saufagts and fi-ol prodncU are of the "ile luxe" va ritty becanre they look gcod, taste te'.ter and Bra the best. Now hcnestly, doa't they look good to jou ! t'ylvan Blonfthtim, The Auth Stand and The Auth Market. Best Elffln Creamery Hu'tor, 3r>c H> Good Country Boll Butter, Wfl lb.; Uuaran ie?d Forgs, 3fcdox-n; Jeedlesa Rniaiis, C" lb. 3 lb?. Bear, EvBporated Peache*, i5. ; 3 Ibs. Large Pronea, 25f; 4 rans Beat lomatoea, 25c; 4 eanaSuzar Oono, 25c; 4 can< String Beaos, Vc, 3caDsFish Roe, aoe; 3 ;\ns Hingapore Piueapple, 25c, 3 large cane Pears, 2*. ; 3 large cans Apples, 25?; Sweet Florida Oraiijj's, 15o do/-n; Walnnt ktetatla,tOaiK; Fresh r'b.-id*. Tomsroea, )2j3 lb.; 3ca>. ? EaiU Juce Pcs, 2">o; 7 lb-. t'nre Buckwheat, 2<r. W. P. ffOOO?I A r*'0N, Roval and Wolle streela. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIOS Io tbe H u e yesterday the rivera aod harbrra bill eas t ken up aod emecded to grant 120,000 for Improviog tbe "Pc tomac river at Alexaodria. Many other nrar-by polnta are benefited. Thia waa dooe throogh the tll irts of Ojngrtaaman OariiD, arha !s ever al ve (o the intereats of his dis'.rlC. Standard Army Shoea for men. The most comfortabk and durableahoe made c in he had at J. A. Marahall *c jHroa.' 422 Kin^ street, _ Coal Coke Wood B? wiat?Bny yonr futl before tha aavert weatber. We ofler best quality.prompt deli very and loweat market prioa. Pbona 95. DaW. UTCEESON. 107 aonth Royal streat Tbe Liodner Sfcoe for Ladiea fine wear haa no equa'. John A. Marahall & Bro? 422 King atreet, A L I T3 f)-' ^ mloion's hDli*r.t. fS^__5_MJSS^" * THt UU&V COIINIH Washington - - - ? D.C. Scotch Poplins Double printed. full mercerized material, in I varlety of pitterns und coloriogs; in atriped and flaured d?siBn<; some in white groundf, with fine .raduated stripe, of blue.piak and white, oldrose and whi.e. tan and blue, white and heho, brown and white and navy and white combmatiooa. Sella resularly at 25c a yard. Tomorrow, a yard CENTS A-SAULTWI1II API3I0L. Officers Nch l:oa aad lM"><i "__ night air it'.d OharlM Fs'.on aod Jennie Payne, both oMoeed, oa Ihe cbarge of dis'rdeily ennru I in ? bons-near !?? Dorlhwtn OOlMffol iVurr:na.d_ate,ta a: eets. Tbe weman bad beeo at ock cn tbe oose aod it w?s aJlefed that L t ,o had asuuled her with ? ba'caet. The mio anl ibe woman wtre tr u;I t befoie tbe Police 0 ii t :hls morning when tbe I i r charged Eaton with asaaulting he', aod Ju t ce Ca'oo 6otd ua man $10 A morestr'.'., chsrge was tmmcdlalely arged Bgsinai E'ton. Ohsrles ttuison, colored.slleged that Eitoodiathirgcd two abote from . phtol at W- mtwjjj eveoiog, aod the ifficrr. i stlfled tbat they cxamlned the wall of tbehiueln which tbe ahooting ocui ?d aod saw -bercil.i liilleta eruered. Eiton waa tlocd$50for this i fianse BDd gtveo slx mootbs in ja.l. Hi will be placcd to woik on tbe road'._ NEED9 A11EN1I0N. The easlern end nf the Wiikoaifeet luanel ia agsin lo a daogerous conditloo, as any peraon paising from Lee 11 eet to Union after dark who ia uaacqjainted sdtat existlng conditionB ia llable to walk it t i a hole over which a n\may feocs bas beeo placrd and roll down tbe embank ment aod on tbe railrcal Irack. Aa bas been it ited, Wilkea street from L* to Union bas been pracllcal'y closed by tbe-othero Rsllway Compaoy. Tbe stone work at tbl moel exleods over *h>t at ooe time waacocaidertd the alde aalk, aod aiav pmon ti sirlog to pasa from L?e I a Uoion f.reet is ccmpelled to go oo tbe c impany'a property and to <vota lt? t acka to reach bla or her oljet ! ve poin'. Tbe railway empany years ago placed an op?n fr-nce parlly down taeiqiun, bot now i a?. the ear'.h la oavlog io thia la no looger a ia'e,u itd fiom ace'deot'. i u rpbise'tueatr & The maongmcot ol t se Surprise, Theatie (flcr ita patnna a woodetfol lia'.ure ait, 'Princrss Biolia," tbe borse wilh a l u nau braio. Tbia horse Is said to do cverythlng bnt talk. From tbe preii co'icrs from other cltlea tbia tiorse is ssld t . bo b trnly wonderfal BolraBl,;mystlf..iagmalhemailcians, pby slcians and ecleotista, who have unlver sally coociodid that tbe Lorse instead of ?he monk-yis tbe m'asirg liok. Dont m>i il, Ti n adsy, Friiay and Ss u-day ngb:'a|? tsrrrgn arpiclurea. Showbegioa st B o'clock, SOCIAL eJMOKER. A social smuker will be tendered Pait Master Henry K. Field, cf Aadrew Jickson L dge, at tbe Ybucg People'e Bu Idiog tomorrow night. There will also be a collstions fitroishfd by a com mit'ee of ladies. The rrasr;nic frlends of tbe psst msstrr who hase conceived and will carry oot the p cgramme bavt arraoge-d lor Ihe tfl.ir by lodlvlelual iabatrii.1 on from membtrs ol the crafi a d It will be teorlered io honor of Mr. Fild's r o*nt elec ioa as Grand/Janior Deacon._ D0G3 KILLED. A resldect of npptl Ki g t eet opon whoae premiaes a csnioe conventioo wsb btlog held teateiday, procored a pistol aad aftet killing aeveral of the membera a atierrd the othera. Some of tbs i trange cora were vlciim aod ctased membera of the family lo doon wbeo attcmp'.a were made to brlog ihe rreetirg t a a clcae. DEilli OF A FORMER ALEX. ANDRIAN. Obed Calvin died Bt u-day morning ai oiboci 8 o'clock at tne hnmerl his dBUghter, Mrs. Jh" U. O ilaian, in stbsborg. Ibe decrased was 81 yeara old. waa born near A exaodna. Mr. Oalvin was a Oanftderate aoldler dnt iDg the clvil war. Messrs, rvlwsrd and Pejton Calvin, livicg n'ar iiis city, arebro;heraof tbpd-cea'ef'. TELEGRAPHIC BREViriP^. DOfl Gustnvo Ilock, head of the big firtn ofctgarmanafactarara of Ilavara, died today, agel 73, Ha *aa a uiuhimilltcn aire. Acoll arava anl brxrard is raginj* tbrougbont Minneeotl :>n 1 the north west today. Advices imiica e tl at the atorni ia one of the worst in yeara. Mrs. Theodore Rooaevelt anl ber d-.ng.htT, MissKtbel Roosevel'. aailed t iday on the S eauier Hamburg for Kurope. They procc-ed direcly to Kbar toum, K.'vpt, where they will meet Col. Kooscvelt au 1 u.alce a br ef tour of Eu rope before retnrnn/. A qaatterlv dividend of $15 a Bhare was declared today by tie SUndard Oil Company of New Jeraey. the eame as declared for this 'junrler for the laat five years. The Ust dividen 1 paldon D'cem ber 15 wasSioaebare. The committee ol three New York doctora and two laarjffia, appolnted to inveat gale the ca^s ol J bn B. E.ily, the alleged leper, La? maie a concludicg r port proocurcirg bim a probable leper. Tbe twelflh anniversary of the bloa iDg up of tbe bat leabip Maioe waa ctlr br.ted in Ilavaoa t-day. A brooze tablet lo memry nf ;tbr eiilns who loat thelr lives in the d;it:uaioa of the Malne, waa nnvelled. It Ib iu*'.red th. I Maj. Gen. Leooaid Wood, U. S*. A., who raaaWff uodrr want an rj era.ion at John II ipkioa Hoaplia', io Biliimore, is in a aeriooa condition aod tiat be may never agaio reaame active doty. A. L. I. va. Old Domioion'a tcnigbt, QBOOBBIBg._ /ar-Bamuy Bella the Best. CHEAP AND GOOD. Pawnee Oats 8c a package. RAMSAY'S Extra Fancy No. 1 MACKEREL G. W. RAMSAY FANCY EVAPORATED APPLES For sale by weight. Q. WH. RAMSAY P1NEAPPLE CHEESE All sizes. Q.^WM. RAMSAY Fancy French Prunes In jars and Canton Ginger Pots, Halves and Quarters Q. WH. RAMSAY Genuine Codfish Shredded and in Bricks Fancy Bloaters G. WH. RAMSAY Samuel H. Lnnt, Anetionear. C0MMH8I0NER8' PALE OF H0W3E AND LOT. Ioaod by virtueof aultmi ity veated in us by decree of tbe Corporation Court for the city of Alexandria, Virginia, entercd oo the 14th day of Fabruary. li'iu. ii the auit of Boaa Pavariol anl Aleiander Pavarioi, hrr huiband, va Qiuliano Uoloioi, the andersigueJ oommiaaionera will ofler for rale, at public auotion, in front ofthe Market Building, on Royal atreet, Alexandria,Va., on YVFIONESDA Y March 3, lfc.O.at 12o'clock m', all that cer? tain houae and .'ot sitoated at 1111 Pricce at'eet, city of Alexandria, Ta , bounded aa foilowa: Haginn'og on the north aide cf Princ aa atreet, ooe hondral aod one feet rive iochesto the weatward of Henry atreet, or thereaboota, ?nd runninc then weatwardly and bioding on Prince a'.reet, twenty-two fet-t, or nearly a' ; thence nortbwardly in a lineparallal with llenryatreet.onehgndred feettoa lO-footali^y thenoe eaatwardly and binding on aail allej and parallel with Prince atreat, twenty-two feet, or ihere aboola, thecre with a straight l;iu to the p.-iint of beginning, one haudred and ooe feet fivfl iochea weat of tie ry atreet, or naa'ly on that line aa may be, with all ap purteriancee including- the uae of aaid alley in common with others entiil-d thereto. , Termaof aale: Ooa third cash and the hal aoue io two eqial pevnoen'a of aix and twelva mooths after daie. defemd parmenta to be eTideaoed hy parchaeera' interest bearing notea, and fecorad by retention of title outil the aaid n'tea are paid in foll. CHAkLEH BKNDHEIll. KOBLEY D. BKUMBACK. Commiaaioriera, I, Nevell 8. Graenaway, do hereby cmify that Rob'ey D. Bruraosck, one of the com miaaiooera of aale in the anit of Boe. P?va rini, et al v*. Qiuliano Dolcini, new pendiog iu the Corporation Coart for the City of Alei andiii,V*.lhu entered io to bondrequired hy dec-ee therein condiilon.d u the law di ' NEVELL 8. GBEEKAWAY, Clerk. febl5td_ IMPORTEDCHEESE Ji?t received a apecial cmaignmeot of IMPORTED CHEEUE, diract through tbo rmtoui houae in New York.. aa foilowa: 800 oaiea f'cbweitaar; 300 caaea J.iuiLurger; 17 caaea Ed.tL 5 caaea Rocheforl, and 6 ciaia Piceapple, Tbia ia aa fiae cheeae m wat ever (fleei Ihe people ol Alexandria. The M Schuler Beef Co., lt 1004 King Street. L08T.?On Sonday a light colored gold fioehed HA1K PIN r?t witb Rhineatonea. Buitable eward fot Ui retaru to 209 aooth Al red atreet. WANTEO. BOY 14 yeara of aa?. Apply to WM. F. 8 WITH. U3 aortk Fairfax atreet. feblS St* CIGARS. "Worth Lookiog Up'' so thty are. You'll find them all over town wherever you go. There'_ a nerfect smoke conceaD ed in. Each Cigar We laou'actore and we are placing aome excel? lent taranda upon the market Cali at any cigar atore and verify our claims. HAMILTON <& CO., 323 KING STREET. A Poor Shoe Will Not Mend itslooksbyShining! Uttthe kind that are made lUal lalha ben'uiuiug- Kiftbt iu eltap*. which th<m style, riulu ia fir, vhich eivee ihetii them oomfort. Right lu durability. wbich uiak.?? thein w?ar well. The tight kiulaie alwaya to be had at Kats's. Al tha riulu liricea. In order to make room for our Spriuir Xtock, we will eell all broken lotaatirirem re^anllera of coat. Come early before tbe ?,/9t are aau much broken op. A. KATZ 4ti0 King Street. Alexandria, Va OVERLAND CARS, The e eat?at AI TOMOBILE demand in the hlatory ofthe buaineas ia predietd for the teason ol 1910. only by puttiiiK in an order for your car new and apecfiinar the data of deli very will we be all* to take care of yoar order promptly. Tbe ahrrt ageof freightcma, the acareity of materials, the rush of apnog oMera. and the na'ural conKe-tinn of ihe autotnobile buaineai in the spring all work togethtr to pre vent prompt delivenes. Therefore, order now and get y?ur car when you want it. flYERS BROTHERS, 115 N. Pitt st. i \ WATCH IHE BOY WITH A WATCH! Note how proud he is of it ar. d caretul to be promptly on time. Does your boy have to guess at the tirm ? Then why not get him one of our low priced watches which are as reiiable as can be. We sell too much good jewelry to be able to afford to sell pc or watches. Wc can furnish you an Ingersoll Watch for $1 and $2. A New England Watch from $2 f? $t. An Ingersoll Trenton from $5 to $9. H. W. WILDT & 50N, Jewelers, 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET HEI.L PHONE 315-1 AMII8EMENT.S. SURPRISE THEATRE, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights aad Saturday Matinee. Princess Bonita The horse with a human brain. Iloeaeverylhing but talk. Tbe moat wor. Jerful <m<1 atarMIi gexhiWtioo ever given by an aniunl. This hr.ne lua appeared at rhaae's Theatrv WHshingtoD. mi aeveral o oaaionsas the t'uature art. Will positivel. appt-areach Lightat'J o'clook after regular pi-tureshow. Adniiaaiou, 10r: 7 to 9, pic tur^aand vaudevilN, 5e Hetunlny ni tinee, p'cturen, vauleville and Piinccse Roaita. Admisaioo, 10a, 'eb!5 lw Men's Sweater Coats at Cost for This Week. Some Great Bargains." We have about fonrleeo left over of Pure Wool, and J- Jczen p?r'. wool. R. E. KNIGHT, 021 KING STREET */%%%%%*%%%%%%%'? v-? 4 We are showing Ihe (0 f oewest dtsign? of the # 4 celebrated Libby and # # Hawkes r J Cut Olass J Why buy cheap glass 0 when the best coats no $ more than tlie inferior # R.C.A?ton&Sons J Jewelera and Kilversmilha, _ MASONIO -A called rnmnuiniration ?f ALE.XANDKIA-W AS 1(1 N'GTON LODGE. Ne. 22, A., F. k A M. will be beld atthe Temple KJMGKr, February 16, at 7.30 o'clock, for work. Ilv order ot tbe Wor ahiptal Va ter. lt A. 0. L _LKR, gesttita/v, JBWBLBRS NEEDA REMABLE TINE-KEEPE You can't a'ford to (lepen 1 on a watch lhat runs fast! or slow or rum only half the tirne. Some day you II wiah your watch kept '.tlie correct time VVhy?oot _uard againat the faj ture? Get a good watch now We want i i ahow you the walcbea in thia atore, ail staidard o nvementa, in a large .ariet/o( ala<>B, ett es and pricea. (Jirceinaod we'll ahrw you a watch that wili (it your pocket ook. The aale la nt t completed wtenjy n pay na, ai wa gmraotee ihe aaeh to keep accuratei ttcoe and wt'll aee that lt doea. B< 629 King Street Money to Loan Oo DUrojond", Ringa, Watchea, Ctocke. Revi.ivet-, Quna, Clothing, Ruga, Pio turea, Bicyclea, Mecbauical Toola, Ac. We alao have a iarge aaaortment of tha above articlei and will retail tiiaui at bargain prioe*. Coaue to saa oa, Jacob Rose, PAWNBROKER, 3tM Kinir Street, Alexandria, Va, feblO lw? WAbTTED?Young mea to leara aatomo bile bnnine** by mail and prepara for poaitiooa aachaurJenra and repair men. W> make you ex part in tan week*, a-vat \ou i> aesar* p-tiiiioo. Pa* b'g, *>rk pleaaai.i dero'tud for men greel, reaavuiblr; write !..r particuUia and aample I a*on. Einplre Au lotnobile In.titute, fio.Leat?r, N. Y. Cj b 1.' 31?_ LOW.?TB \Y.dneBda7. fa BRKASTPIN, halt*aaeaa ah*ped, with a leaf bearing ? paarl ard adiamoud. The riader ? II leive it ht i II i i '.:aercn atreet and rective rewa-u, f?bl4 3f