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VOLUME CXI.-NO.6H rrFyAXDRIA.VATsATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 19.19ia PRICE 2 CENT8 The Story of * Medldne. Ita name-"Golden Medlcal DiscoTety" waa auggestod by ono of Its moat imporV ant and valuabla ingredlente ? Goldea 6ea) root. Nearly forty yeara ago, Dr. Pieree dla> coverod tlat he could, by the nsa of pure, trlple-reflnod glycerine, alded by a cer? tain riogree of conatantly malntalned beat aod wltk the aid of apparatus and appllanoaa designed for that purpose, ex traci from our most valuable native ma diclnal roots their euratlve propartls much better than by the nae of alcohol, ro generally cmploycd. So the now world I "Golden Modical Diacovery," for ire of weak atomach, lndlpestion, or -Ia. torpld llver, or blllouaness and klndml derangementa waa first made. aa lt ever slnie has bVn, without a partlcle of alcohol ln its mawj-up. A g!ance\,itf\tkio?uOl llst of ftslngmil enta, prlntea ortTvenr. bottle-wrapper, vrlll ahow that lt Is haaS* from the most le medlclnal ro*?\found growlng ln or.r Amcrlcan forestaw All thesc- Irt r,ts have recelvM the 5trongcst__. ^iTTfroia tjic_l(_>t_r|g -^dicJT "f 'j"''?'j'i'";ry fV"' w rTtnia ?n VMf.rY(\ in ff c-omrprnd thpm as tho ATiute beon compil^d by Dr. R. V. Plerce, of Buffalo, N. Y.. and will be malled frte to any one aaklng aamc by postal card, or letter addreaeed to the boctor as abova. i tlteae ondorsements, copied from ;i;rd rnedical U.oks of all the dlffer ont achools of practico, ft will be found thal tbe ingrodieiitscomposingthe"Gold i-dlcal Discovery" are advlsed not on!v for tho enre of tno above mentlonKl ^'S, but n!-;o for tho cure of all ca tarrhal. bronchlal and throat anVctlons, accompaloed with catarrhal discharges, sore throat, itngerlng, -jr n-oongha, and all thoae waatlna affei'tions which, if not promptly and properly troated are liablo to tormlnate in consumptlon. Take Dr. PlercaVa Dla cov.rv in time and peraevere >n its use until yon givo it a falr trial and lt Is not llkely to dlsappolnt Too much must not be expected of It. It will not perform ?tlrarios. It will not cure consumption (a lt? advanced Btagee. No medicine wilL iwill cure the attVctlons that le&d up te eooaumptlon, i/ taken in fim_ Ely'sCreamBalm 1 ^MVSn? is quickly abtorbed. ?aK&oJfcff COlD fr Cives Rolicl at Once. RI>N ?H,\ | otsee, eoothea, E,wr?v? V&M. hculs and protects re* ^tsy^ifi? tho disoasea mein- wi^-^^^t/J^K. 'ingfrom HBT\ Catitirh and drives H^B-v., ti Cold in tho H_f ?*y*'*Tk% Head quickly. lU-Ufly ?&%!?', the Beasee of olrl I ? taw&ii Taste aml Sm. 11. tTullalae r>0 cts., al I nalL ln liquldform, 715 ' ~ v t W. L. DOUCLAS $3.00,$3.50,S4.00 &^5.00_ SHOES Best in the World UNION MADE Boys' Shoes $2.00 $2.50 Fast Color Eyelets I W. L. Douglas shoes are the loweat price, quality conaidered, in the world. Their excellent atyle, eaay fitting and long wearing qualities excel thoae of other makes. If you have been paying high priccs for your ahoes, the next time you nced a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes a trial. You can aave money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good in every way as thoae that have been costing you higher pricea. If you could vitit our large factories at Brockton, Mass., and tee for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas ahoea are made, you would then understand why they hold their ahr.pe, fit better avnd inger than other makes. ; !?> \ W. I. D :,-'.- ; aova aad ptiea ia I iU.- > .. Slll?li. i ir.-iict fur aaleln yonr ! . DOUglM, ? FORSALEBY P M BRADSHA.W, S10 KING STREET. fel.s -Jm-t f _ FINATOIAL^ ^BLIBHED 1858. IHJRKEa&HERBERT, ^ankers. Mnderuly eqnipped for banking in iU vari oua br*nce?s. 1) p-?it8 received snbject to checkatstght 1 tions made on all poiots. '?iiih.^r^de inv?traent seenntiea booght '- . - . - a. re of Credit ar-d Foretgn Exchange ? ;i >1. : i?pnait Boxea for re?u. A Baviaga Department io which interen la aHowarl Ol d*D?*'t* G msm L BOOTBB j I M. B. DAB10W j r.KMDBKT. Vice 1'wideut, Gbo. E. Warfikld, Cashikb. N tional Bank, Alira ?_?___, Va, Dsalgoate- Deposltory of the ViUted States. CAPITAL - > 1108,10 8UBPLU* AND UNDIVTDED PBUlTT3 .... $175,000 BtMBMI G T. rVyrfrtX M. B. HARLOW G. E. WAP.FM'LD, -U_u. WALTER l>OBERTS, K. R*.E_. JR. FRANCI8 L. 8MITH. Pr -rupt attention gl?en to <1 hct5n9?s,i?? araiiag ooileotlonB tkoaaglMal _H uaitsa g_c ?i'i Knropa._ ln Preparlng for spring house cieaning why not have your :House Wired? Electricity is the cleanest, saftfst and brightest light. See the Alexandria Electric Co. 524 KING STRKIvT. Cherr.- IV.iiih -yrop ia earefuUy m?de in Oarwwa -to- lvu't ccuipare it with fao %ny m.de mtdicinea,326oJ a Utte E. r L?_db?aUr _ 3jj?. iMoftlTihria (Wfttf. PUBLIBHKO DAILT A?D TBI'W-OaXT A* GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 * 312 PRINCB STREET. [Entered at the Poatoffloe of Alexandria, Vlr ginla, aa aacond-olass matter. 1 rBBMB: Daily-i/ear, |6K? 6 raontha 12:50: 8 montbs, $1:26; i month, ?centa; 1 week, 10 centa. ?,?,_? Tri-weekly?1 year. $3.00; 6 months, $1.50 8 months, 76 centa: 1 month. 25 oenta. Contract adyertisers will not be allowed toex oeed theirspace nnless theexcew ia paid for at tran&ient ratee, and nnder no oircom. ttanoes will they be allowed to advertlae other than their legitimate busineas in be space contracted for. Baaolutions in memonam, of thanka, tnontea ofrespect, resolutions adopted by eocietiea or pereona, onlesa of public ooucern, will aly be printad in the paper aa advertiaa. menta. NEW SrOBY OF THE DELUOE. Tha discovery o' a fragment ol a cmeiforra lablet believed to be ol the psriod -100 B, C. bearing an acocuot of the deloge deactibed io the Btble and agreeing with the oa'rative in Geneiia, was rfport.d at Phlladelphia latt nigbt by Prof L. V. H'lprecht it a gatheriog of friends of the Uoiversitr of PenoByl vania at tbe home of Provott Ilmisoo. Tbis fragment, wbich haa jus: been de ciphered, waaooeof thoieeicavated from tbe loweat etrata of the oldeit patt of tbe roioB of the Temple Library of Nipiu', and was brcugbt |J Phlladelphia by thf fonrth expeditioo eent oot by tbe Uoi versity of Penneylvania in 189!?. It is of nnbaked cley ard measnred 2( Incbes at it greatsst width and 2j Inchea at ita gren it leogtb. As ttanalated by Profeasor Hllprfcht tbe narraiive coulaincd od tbe tablt t is aa followa: (I declare nni >) tbee (bat tbe oonfinea of beaven I will loosen, a deloge I will raake and It shall awetp away all men to gttber; bat thcu (the Babyloninn No?b) seek Iife before tbe deloge cometb forib for to all living belngs, aa maoy aa there are, I will bring orerthrow, destiuctlon anoihllation. * * * Baild a great Bhlp and * * * total helgbt shall be Ita ttrocture. Ilsballbea hooseboit csr rylnv wbst bas been saved of Iife. * * ? With a atrong deck cover i\ The ahip which thcn ahalt make, it t> it bring the beatts of the field, tbe birda of lieavtn and the creeping thlog*. two ol everjthir.g Instead of a nomber * * * and thefsmily. * * *. Tbe Semltic dialect io tbe Inscrlptioo and certain greromatical pccoliartts o1 the text show, acccrJiog lo Professor Hillprrcht, tbat it w?b wrltt -n somtt mr between 2187 acd 2005, B, O. The old fat tablet beretofore known ccn'alnlrg ?o ficcc;uot ol the flocd waa the "Layatd Drloge Tabiet," in tbe Britisb Mueenm, but the later ouly d?t?d from G50 B. 0. Tbe "L-y*"! TaM t" agrcd with the details of tbe Bitiic il rarrative in only a Ipw psrt tuNrs. It waa a Pagao atory of a rie'uge brrugbt aboot at a tnnocil oi the G >ds wbo decid d to destroy man kind. One of tbe gods waa moved to ssve his j.r tege?the Noah cf tbe gtory?aod seot a dream of waroing <a> wbich thia Noah acted. Thia godexcase* his betrayal of the cecrn to the otber deitiea by the explanation t .at he had oot told?be bad only "wisperedtbrdijb tbe mai"?that is throagh the wall of tie hoase on the otber side of wbich bi protege slept aod to whom tbia dream was ttm conyeyed. _ Ohamberliiin's Btomach and Liver Tabltt? aro eafe, sure and reliable, aod ha?e been praiaed by tbonsands of wo msn who have beeo restored to bealth tan ugh their gentle aid and can tive ?ropeities. Sold by W. F. Oreighton & Oo aod Ricbard Gibson. COURT UFAPPEALS. With the end of the term in s'ght, the Ocutt of Appeals heard two more cises yeaterday and starud on another. A session was held today, and il a. peara probable tbat adjournmeot will be reacbed by Mondayor lueaday, poasibly today, Bbcald some of Ihe rases be sot mi'ttd oo briefs. A few decisioos are expec ed on whatever thtuld be tbe last dar of tbe term. ProcetdiogB yeaterday were as fjllows: Oity of Bichmond vs. Bchonberger. Fully argoed aad unmltted. Moak vs. Eiposition Deepwater Pier Oorporation. Argaed and sobmitted. Elmonson and Rjekes, recelven ??. Potts's admlnistraor. Parlly arguai and contioaed uatil today. Tbe remaining csaes are: Lare Brothera 0 >mpany vs. Barnard'a admuiJBtra'or, N rfolk and Ocean View Railway Oumpany ft, Oonsolldated Taropike Oompaoy aod Wickham and Nortbrop, receivers, va. Greeo. Mediciora tbat aid natur are alway mou tuccfsilul, Ohamnetiaia C.u. K-mtdy aits on tbia plan. It looi the coogb, rtlitves Ihe langB, opens the s cr tiira and aids tnature in resto "? tieoBtcmtoa bealtby conditlon, Soll .y W. F. Oreigi tjj c- Oj., auu Kicbaid Gibaoo. MINISIER DI8V1I-SED. Charged with condu:t unbecomicg a mioieterof the G.spel and tbe al ditlonal chargea of imprudence, s_h? hood, frand aad emtxaz'ement, Rev. ObarltB M. Baker, of St. Michaeh, M 1. was yrste d y dlsmissed from the Wll micgtrn Annual Uonference, wbich a in ita forty-srcond meeting in Saiiabory, Md. Tbis is tbe second t me Mr. B?ker hss been diomissed on similar chargee. Fonr years ago cbargea were prefe'red agaiost bim which rreu t?d io bis dismissal altcr a lou_ and tedkus trial before tbe confereoce. He was later reiostated by thejadiclal commic _?e of the general con.'erenco aod ap P i- t?d to the charge at 5?. Mchaele. U~der the cbarge al onm i>i<terlal conduct, It Ueaid tbat Rev. Mr. B*k?r borrcwed money, was negligent of bis C-ar^e, pres-bed sach seruiorB as to briog sc*nd"l and diatr'ea upoa tbe chutcb, and 'bst bia coodact acd tram acti^i? g?nfrally were nnbecomirg a m'oiaUr. Tbe cbarge of falaebo d ia ba?e1 npoothe freqoently allowed caecis to go to proteat. It ia aald that he ia ?ued ajariooB cbecka and failed to renew notea after he bad givea his promiae to do ao. Aa to the charge of embexale ment, Ia Ia reported tbat durlug 1?08 aod 1909 be collected 1332 for chn.ch work and tbat the money waa never ac coucted for. Flfty yeara'experlence of an Old Jinrac Mra. Wlnslow's Soothing Hyrup is the prescription of oDe of the beat female physic fans and Durses in the United 8t*t*s, and baa been nted for fifty yea'a with never-fjul iue ancceas by milliona of moth*rs for tbeir children. It relievea th? child from paiu, curea diarrlicoa, griping in the bowela, and wind colic. By giving health to the chll'l it reata the mother. Twenty-five aenta a botUe CONFEDEBATE VETEBANS. Gjneral 8tlth Bolllng, commaoding tbe Virgloia divltlon of tbe United Oon federate Vttjrao*, has aent out an order gnncurcing to tbe Unlt?d Oonfederata Veterana Oamps of ibe Virginia divialoo tbat the 20tb aonust rtuolon of tbe Oonfoderate organ!z:t'.ona will be held in the city of Mobile, Ala., oo the 26th, 27th and 28;h of April otxt. Th? oidtr atatca thst all campa of the Virgloia divisioa will eleot and seod delegates to tbe reooion in tbe proportion of one delegate to every 20 active membera, and ono addltlooal dele? gate for a frsction of ten membera, pro vlded all daes to the aasocialion hate beoo pald to tbe date of tba mettiog. WOMAN SIIOOT8 IN HOTEL. AUbougb there was no apparent effort topmsecute tbe cflse,Mrs. Mary E. Rich ardson waa aent on to tbe Ocrporatlnn Ooort by Police Juatlce Simmona ln Norfolk yeaterday moroiog to aoawrr tbe charge ot ahooting at Mrs. W. H. Rich ardaon in her room io tbe Victorla Ho lel early Tbtiraday evening -uh Imeo to kill. Tbe accoBed was held in $500 f rh.r appearaoce ln the blgber conrt on tbe first Monday in April, and the complainatit waa required togiveboni in |200 for ber apptaraoce tt that tlrae. It was evldent tbat there was no deeire to pretB the cbarge againat Mrs. Mary E. Ricbardson, I ut ibe ooagistrate ahoweJ a deerminatlon to g h at the boitom ol ibe aflalr, and hia searching questlont brcagb fonh the statemeot from conns-1 for Mrs. W. H. Ricbardson tbat hia client had ios tuted divorce proowdlogs againat ber hnabaod Tborsdsya'ternoon, aod for that rearon ahe waa re.'uctint to givlcg ber tcttiroony. It waa brongbt tat at tbe hearing tha t'ip Mrc Richardsoo who did tbe sboot ng had been s'opniog at the Victorla li.itcl with W. H. Ricbardson as his wife Bince Jacuary 24, and tbat tbe sec ond Mrs. Ricbardson reglstered at tha hotel laat Wedneaday morning as of New York. When tbe two women raet le the formet'a room tbe shooting followei, nut Mrs. W. II. Richardaon eacaped in jory. After tbe faearlng Mra. Mary E Ricbardson aald that tbe woman wh> claimed to be Mrs. W. H. Bicfcarc'so i waa realiy Mra. N. L. Acker, of New York, the coreepoodeot In tbe divorce csse. Ladlea?For aolld cemfort, w?ar the Red CrosB Sboe. Jobn A. Marahal * Bro., 422 Kmg atreet OTTERBUPN LithiaandMapesiaSpriof! WATER. Greatestknown Water for Dya> Eepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and iver Troublea. Leading Physicians endorae it md testify to its great mcrit. mM WARFIELD, Dragrisl Bnoeaaaor to WAfiFIELD * EULLL. 5Q1TE 144 80LE AGENLj IWTOaWBaW Falr?" attd Prtnna Rt-_r SULLIVAN'S ?YVood Yard King and Peytxm Sta. - - Alexandria, Va. Small ordera delivered 10 to 12 a. ra. an I to 6 p. ni J, J and full cord ordera delivered at ontw. Deliveriea in r.osemont, Braddock aad Del Rij daily. PIIONES: Bell ' T. Howa V a_22 3ra TIME Nonpareil Furniture Polish 25 cents for regular 35 cent bottle, 15 cents for regular 25 cent botfle. FREE FREE With every bottle a 25 cent Combination Steel Can Opener and s.mple bottle of polish. M. RUBEN & SOINS, 601 King St ? -1 TheProfitsinthe Dairy and Live Stock Business are in the Feed Sugarota Dairy and Live Stock Feeds, carrying the saccharine (molan.it) element in just tlr right proportion to make the animals like them, are laSahed and easily digested, and go to increase the milk production, build flesh or create strength, according to the class of stock for which they are to be used. Free from ?eed see<b, the manure from Sugarota Feeds is an ideal fertilizer. Sugarota Dairy Feed, Sugarota Cattle Feed, Sugarota Horse Feed, Sugarota Sheep Feed, Sugarota Swine Feed, Sugarota Chicken Feed and Sugarota Calf Meal are balanced and mixed, each for the cxact purpose for wliich it is to be fed. HHiWf FOR SALE BY ' ' . ' ? J. N. KERR,OLD DOMINION MILLS Agent for Alexandria and Territory Tributory Thereto CIGARS. TheSmokeThat's Dear to You I?n't always ibe rnstlieat. Proof suf ficient lies in the ftct Ihit The Very Best Cigars Manufactured Here Aren't <>yer Ir'zh priced. I?'s a ? "desr" g'io.1 stuoke, b?ci';se it's en joyaHe and compinionabl*. Foi cigara rot "de-ir," hot sttafiotnrv, soothiug, buy them of ua, aa we are manufactarers and csn give the h ?t yoloe fir yonr nio-'ey. Smoke I 1 Stilo, Choice aad Piautation Clgara, HAMILTON <& CO., 323 KING STREET. The Season Has Come when we look fcrward lo green lawns, cool brwtee, wide porcbes and all Ihe many advactagea ol tbe ccon^ry tvrdencr. All this yoa will find ia _ _ __ The Reaidence Rosemont ?aa withort any of the Inconveniencea of the conntry. FKST CLASS CITY IMPROVEMENTS Olty water, gas, electricity, sewere, aldewalks, atreet Hghts, police and fire Where lo tbe city of Alexsodria can yoa find baiidlng aitea with a few of these advaotages. ONLY SIX LOTS LEPT on tbe norlh aide of Losemont Avenne, from the atatioo to King slreet ex tended. Yon arejmi'siog yonr oppoitaolty. Let me ehow you fjose perfect 7 aad 9 room hoasen. Oomplete ln every detail. F. L. SLAY/HAKER 313 King Street. Cows and horsee will reqnire 1ns feed and ha worth much more to you if yon feed Lead beabsr'a Cmditinn Powrt?rs, 20r pafkage. Pe wiae. Uae Climax Cleaner to clean yonr wall paper. _&e a bo? at LeadbeaUr'a. FODNDEBS^ AND MACJHINI8TB T & 17 AITCBESON, Machinists|and Engineers. igeutsfirayfiascIineMotors ? ngineera'and Machiniata Supplles, Pipe, Pipe Fittiags, Vatrea, Etc 0 0 0 Blacksmithing and Repair ine PromDtly Executed. The Alexandria Iron works Foundry, Machioe, Blacksmith, and Structural Iron Work. Manufactnrers of Power Turbine pumps: will lift water 28 feet. AgenU for International Coal Oil En gine, a safe and reliable power. We solicit yonr ordera on all kinda of Iron works. Bell Phone 53. c 0 0 WASHINGTON OFFICE 514 Evana Bnildinjr - Phone Mainfoa NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX-Hav in? qnalifisd aa ad 1 ini'tratrix of tbe eatateof JERRMIAH J. RYAN. deceaaed all pereon* irdebted to aaid estate are re (I'jested to make prompt settlement of said indebUuoew to the undersicntd, and all per aoni to whom aaid eatat* ia indebted are re aoeattd to preaent their acooonU properly cWrtMed for ptjmeot. KATJE A. RYAl*. 10UO Duke Street, Aleaandns, Virglnia. aurlO 2w ????????? $5 For You. f Easter is near. You save $5 in ordering your spring sult or Overcoat from us, We make clothes that please style aad quality. Five lnndred samples of cloth to select from. Easter Shirts and Neck wear are ready to see; you can't help from buy injc, they are so pretty. That Hati FOR $2 faTl *? We are selling is town talk. Kauf mann Bros I Clo'hiers, Haberdashers and Tailors. |Klt 402405 KING STREET. MMMMMMMMMvMvvMMvHMvH OVERLAND CARS. The g>eatest A U TOMOBILE demand io the hiatory of the business ia predict d J for the reaaon ot 1910. ^nly by puttinjt in an order for your car now and siac fyiug thedatwof delivery ?vill we be able to take oare of your order promptl*. Tbe slirn ?(?e of freight cars, the scarrity of materiali, the rush of spriog orders, aud the na oral congestiou of the automobile businesi in the spriug all work together to pre veat prompt deliveriea. Therefore, order now and get ycur car when you want it. iTYERS BROTHERS, 115 N. Pitt st. a SMART JEWELRY -FOR THE LAD1ES of Alex<ndria. You will do well to ezsmioa the unique designa in tbe aettinat of precions stooea in braceltta, necklac s, lace pins, ear screws aod dr ps. We bave also the latest fads in Jorgnattes, chaiaa, powder Koxe?, empire mirrois, b^n^onieres aud wadding and MiKag-meot rings. 10-Ksoiidetld B.ngswesell for firo adwt. We bave them from Ji toSJwi. 118 K solid-gold oval or Tiffany shape. $125 a dwt, in weighta from 2 to 8 dwt. H. W. WILDT & SOW, Jewelers, 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 345-J. All inRcadiness wilh the NewFineries lor Easter m SILKS FOR EASTER 36-inch Shaotona Pongeea, colors are navy, blaok and natural, at $1.00. We hava eddeal more atylea and colors to our already large vanety of new spriog 21 inch Prioted Foulardf; $1.00 value*, at 69;. . _ Satin Mesaalwes and Pcao de Tygne Htlke. the same qoalitv that is Uema aol I for 7*, gocd. r^liable. lostrous qaality; ?5 distinct shades to ahow from. alio blacs: for 5Jc. 27-inch Flack Ponjee, ll.Oiyar*. ,_. . ._ Fail e Brilliants, every ioasginable new evaning shade; 50c value. at.?fc. Uncxpccfcd Bargains io Spring Drcss Goods CD? All*wcol'54-inch New Spring Suiting. $1.00 a yard. Opening Display and Sale of LADIES* STYLISH EASTER SUITS Amatrh'e?aarrayff exclnslve and iip-to-laUmoiela at pricea that prove coicluiively that etyle and good taste are posaible at a mederate coat. 7 316 KINQ ST i IT. M _ 8018, Phone 281. Greenhoosea ?. Patrick St D. 0. Qrillbortzer Cut Flowers of |AU Kinds FOR ALLI0CCA8I0NS. FUNERAL | WORK Promptly attended to.SDelivered to all parta ofthe city. iatiafrction guerantesd. febUU GEORGE E. PRICE &C0. -DEALEBdIM Fresh and Salted Fish Arereoeiving Fiah daily from theeboresof the Potomac and will aupply caatomeraln eny quaniitieato auit, either fresh or a Ited. Hy uperianced ptckeia. Conntry ordera ao iiciud and aati?ftetion xuaranteed. Terms: C. 0 D., or beat referencea. gtill No. 2, Royal street ectrauct; Stall Vo. 1, Fairfax etreet entranoe to the City Market. and Fiah Hooae front of Corporalion Fiah Wharf. Ball 'phoos 321-J. . mar7 2m -.