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LOCAL 314TTEKS. Sun and Tide Table. -?n rt... MBBIIIIW at ti H and sets at 6.18. H tch ?,ier at B.I7 a. ni, aud 9M P- m. Weather ProbabilitieB. For thia aer.i.mf.irt^i^ht sndTueaday; l.riBgtoaaparatura Tup^Ik, liaM vanable wioda, bao&aalai sontbfi r *"?-' W OELEBBAT10N OF ANNIVER SARY. The aeveoty.6rt aoniverasry of tho orgaoiz.tion of Potomac Lodge No. 38 Iadepaadent Order o? OJd *e.lowi, of Alexandria, wlll be celebrated bis even ing in lba Young Pecple'e boildiog ol the Metbodist Episcopal Oborch boatb. Atfdreaaea wlll be delivered by W. W. Mi l,o tra"! r'preaenlat veol tbe Dia Irlct o'f "Oximbia; HtU Mootague, oi Richmond, graod repreaeitUive of tbe atate of Virginia, and John B. Qoodwln, of Batimore. Md., eovereign grand sec retary ot to.e ordtr. Mr. Goodwln Is a paat grand slre of tbe order of Odd Fel lows, aod was formerly mayor of Atianta, Gs. The maalcal featu e wlll be tbe Pbll harmoaic Qiartette, of Waabiogton, compria'ng Mra. De Yo, Mra. G Iraore, Miaa Haoaen, and MissCheooweth, who wlll gire aeveral aelectiona under the directioa nf Viof. H. Whea>n H iward. Joho M. Kiine wlll give aeveral dramatic rcadl'.gs. Tbe speakers and other promi aent memhers of the order will arrlve io Alexandria from Waabiogton on thepal ace c.r. _ __ SUICIDE OF A COLORED MAN. OiarJes Pendletoo, coltred, twenty five yesrs old, a cooper employed at tbe Portner brewery, on Saturday afternoon euthta throat from ear t) ear wto a r z >r at the bome of Irene Sparrow, colored, 1109 Qieen atreeN Pendleton wai no: fouod uotil aix o'clock in toe ever ing, wben be waa taken to the Alex? andria Hospttal, wbere bia woood waa dreaeed by Dr.lWalter Warfield. Penie ton Icat practicaliy all Ihe blood in bia body and died yeaterday at noon. Police headquait >rs were ootified when Pendle ton waa foaod aod Ohief Goods weot to the hoose aod ui-mooed aa ambalanc?, and Pendletoo with moch difflcolty wa'ked ioto the vehicle. Pendleton came to Alexandria from the south about aix weeks ago. It la said be came from Lynchbnrg. and It is ssldtlat lll-bealb was tbe cans? of bis raah att. CHAROE DI8MISSED. Two merchanti were cit?d to appear ln tbe Police Ocu-t this morning toshow caoae wby they ahctild not be Boed for throwing waate paper io tbe nroet. There waa no evideoce to abow tbat either bad violated tbe law, aod they were diamiaaed. It aeema tbat tbe charges orgioated in tbe diaiributlon of haodbllls with which the main streeU had been littered, and Justlce Oaton io aumtog up thecase aaid berpgrelted tb.t t.ierewaa no law ontheiMtate booka lorbiddiog the dle'rtbiition of euch al weitslog meaos aave by the placiog of tbe billa lo homes or Beodiog them through the mall. Toe billa were gen ?rally handed to people on tbe streets aod tbe laUet almost Invarlably tbrew them on tbe aidewalks or Into gnttera aod tbe wiod waftadtVmto acd fro. BIBLE OLASS AND BENATE AT TEND SERVICES. jRbt. 0. D. Bolla'a Bible claaa acd the Yonng Men'a Sanate atteoded eer vioe la*t nlaht in theM.E OharchSou.b. Batween fifty and aixty ynng men entered Io a body, and took placee that bad been rtaervrd for them. Mr. Bulla was at hia bett, and took for hia theme the "Ladder of Sacceaa" and named the fuogs?purpose, ambltion, work, obar ?cter and prayer?showiog that tbe road to Boccesa waa character, witb re l'nion as thegoal. Thia wai tbe laat aervice for Mr. Eu'la after ftur years of the best work among tbe ytuag people aver acoompliahed io Alexandria and they regret very mnh to aee him go to a wew field. POLIOE OOOBT. [Jueiiee H. B. Oatoo pieddlog] The following caaes were diapoatd of this morning: Llzzie Richards, colored charged with beiog drauk and dlsorderly waa fioed$5. A youDg whltn man, ebarged witb dlaorderly coodutt. ftr/elted hia collat jeral by falling 11 appear. Jobn Johnacn, col' retl, oharged with ?sau'tlns: bis wile, victorla Jobosoo, was fined $10, Two mercharti, charged with throw? ing waste papar in the street*, were dii anlaaed. _________ FALM SUNDAY. Yeit -rday was Palm Suoday aod the weetoer waa mild aod aprloglike. Ia tosay of tbe charches appropriate ser? vicea were held aod InSt Mary'a Churcb palma were blessed aod diatributed. The aervices io all tbe cbuichea were well ?t uoded aod tbrougbtut tbe day many persons were on Ibe street aod there were liberal displays of spriog dreaiea, hats, etc. Ia the eveolog rgla fell preceded by thuader aod lightoiog. OOKFLRENOE. Aa heretofore atated the annoal meet of the Ba'timore Oonference M. E. Ohurcb South will op?o io Mt. Vernon Place Oborch ln WaahiDgt >o on Wed neaday aod wlll be io ae>sion about a week. Bisbop A. W. Wilaon will pre ?lde. Tbe 'peningaermonlsieaday nigbt wlll ba preaehed by Rev Dr. M. D.| M.t:bell, of S\ Joho'a-Emmanne Oaarcb. Rev. 0. D. Ballahaving servad loor years in tbia city will not ba re turoed._ DEATH OF AlttS. SMITH. Mrs. Oitberine Saltb, widow of GwrgeS. Smitb, dled yeaterday morning at tbe bome of ber son, Mr. E. Steuut B-iHb, 803 Prince atreet. Death waa dae to beart troobie. Sbe bad previru ? )v been a ? ufferer from pneamonia. Mra. Smiti was a native ot Alexandria, aod ?waa aboLt 61 years old. Sbe waa a diujbter of the late Samuel Tennesson. 11 m son and two grsndchlldren are tbe ooly iu vivors In the immedlate family. MEETING OF LOT OWHEtft There a-tll be a me t'cg of the lot ownera of 6. Paiil'e cemetery tooight at*. 7:30 o'clock io the Nortoo Memorial. All lot owoera are requ'sted to atteod, aa a qaeitioo of lmportaoce wlll ccme before tbe meetiog. Standard Army Shoes for men. The moat comfortabie and dnrable ahoe made can be bad at J...A, ,Marahail k& |Qroa.' 4** Klag atraei BODY FO UXD. The body o? a negro named Nalton, tblrty yeara old, was dia:overtd yeater day rooroicg in Huitiog Oreek, near tbe e'ectrc rallwav bridge, a: New Alexan dris. Tbe body wsa ln an u^rlght poal tio'j aod one baod wai etuck to the n u <. Ouoa'able A. J. Payoe made an ex amlnation and fonnd |S.M in bia pocketa togttber wi'.b a cbeck book and aeveral papera. Tbe bcdy bad been in the water aome time, alihoogh it waa oot badly decompoaed. Jastico Wrlght beld aa Icq-i'st and tbe jury rtturned a ver dlct ot death by dr jwoiog. Nelaon lived in Alexandria cnnty, and bad been employed at tbe Potomac railroad yard*. It ii believed be (ell from the brldge abcut a month ago, as aboot that time crlea were heard by peraons ln tbat vicinity. The body was allowed tiremain oo barled on the north bank of Huatlng creek, and it ia aaid that dogs were cat iog lt today. Later Juetice Wright Inraed the re aaaloB over to an onderleker, and Iftfl relativea arrlved aod made arraoge menta for baviog tbe remaina forwarded to Milford, Oarollne connt/. PER-JONAL. Mrs. W. B. Lloyd, ol Red Baok, N. J., ia visitlog her mother, MrB. E. 8. Lead beater. Mrs. E. 0. Maraball, of Oharlotte, N. 0., Ib vlaltlog Dr. and Mrs. Thtw. B. Oochran on Duke street. Mr Marsball apent yesterdsv wltb Dr. Oichran. Miss Bcall Daingerfield bas returned from a visit to her brother-in Uw and sister, Capt. Jtmrs M. Love, U. S. A. end Mrs. Love, in Sivannah Ga.,and haa as her guest Miaa Phoebe Edmonda and Miss Katherine Edmonda, of Lynchburg. Miss Edith Bentley, who has 3pent the winter with Mre. WilHam J. Boothe, ltft Saturday for her home in Sandy Spring, Md. Mr. \v*. B, Crawford, of Bennra, Pa., apent Sunday with his aister, Mra. 8. F. Dyaon on Prince Btreet. ALLEGED~BIOYOLK THIEVES. After apending almoet a week In tie Alexandria jtil, J. A. Uarinan and R. BlankenBhip, two niotts-n-year-old boys, nached Richmond Baturday nigbt lo cbarge of actlng Detective KeUam. They are cbarged with atealing two bicycles from A. P. Gentry and attemptlng to aell them io this city. Ooe of tbe yont bs aatd while io jsil in Alexandria they had ooly ooe meal a day, aod that waa a quart of beao erup mloos beaoa. Ooe of the boys ate five aaodwichea and atill looked hnngry. The oflicer ia cbarge ot them bonght lunchea atdiflsrnt atatlona on tbe trip to Richmond bct the appetitss of the youtha were Btlll voracloua when they reached tbat city. Oit; Bergatt Oox, emphat cally denlea the atoriea told by tbe prlsonerB.andsayB they were furotsh edwlihan abundance of tubatantlalfood daily while tbey wera confiaed in the J-U._ nsHiNGoa poroMAP. Messr*. Herrlng K Pyke, at Gtims: Capt. J. E. Gibaon, at Arkendale, and Cap!. A. L. Fonce, at Marlboro, have all put in their eaily apring seines on the Potomac. The catch up to last week wai good but wben the *now carue it brought rough weather and aince then the catch has been poqr. The most of the best fish are sent to Philadelphia Hn 1 New York and the ordinary are shipped to Rich? mond, where they bi ing better pricea than elsewhere.? [Fredrickabnrg Star. Bit one baoch of flsh?perch?waa oflared for sale In market tbia morniog. Joseph Mllla, of ihls city caught six shad at the Wblte H >use yettsiday. FEA8T OF PUbUM FRIDAY. * Tbe Feaet of Purlm, celebrailog the deliveranee of the Jews of Persia io tbe fiftb ceotury B. 0. will be observed next Friday by readlog from the Book of Esther. The Allianoe leraelite Uolver selle, which has Kb aeat in Parie, bas aaked for donatiooa to extend ita work ia the coantrlea wbere Jewsform a large ceoter of popalatloo. REVIVAL MEETING. The revlval aervlce which bpgan yea? terday morning in the Becond Baptfst Ohutcb, was very well a Poded, acd at night the houae was foll. Dr. Fbhrr preached two very ttroog asrmona aod rcu:h Itit-rest wasshown. Tbe meetingB will be beld every night this week at 7:80 p. m. ATTEMPT TO BURN BUILDING. A.i at.mptwaa made at a late htur Batarday nght to atart a fl.o in the frame buiidmg at the acu'.heast coroer of Prlnceaa and Fairfax streete, foimerly known aa Ihe Lcu loan Hotel, and oc ducted by the late Daniel Henry. Thp alt-mpt waa ftuitrat^d by a colored at tacbt who ext<oguiahed the nimes be fore any aerloua damaged followcd. The ioterlor of one of tbe small buildlnga bad beeo aataated witb coal oil aod ? matsh applled. WEDlTlNGl Mr. Joaeph Franklln Story, manager of tierrii'prlaeTheatre, aodMUaFannie Nloholson, dtughter of Officrr A. J. Nicholson, were matried in Rockvllie, Md., yeaterday. Aotut-oftown coople, wbcie names coaid not be obtaloed, were married ln the Yoang People's boilding yeateiday by Rsv. 0. D. Balli. funeral. The f'iieral ofthe late Mrs. Angr nelta Brown, wife of Mr. George Brown, who di"d on Friday, took rlace tbia altsrnoon from the realdence of his daoghter, Mm. Breooer, 907 Franklin street. Btv. P. P. PoiWpa, rector o( St. Pau'a Otucb, conducted tb? aer vleaa, and tbe lotermeot waa io Betbil Oemttery. The pallbearera were Meearr, Gllbert Slmpaoo, George Nlckleaon, Arthor Welab, Wm. Ksll, John Snttso anJ W. E.Grady. CA8E TAKEn"fROM JDBY. Jadge Olalrbone in Circu't Ctrart No. 2 In Waablogton today took from the jury tbe caee of E. A. Dowoey va. tbe Waahiogton, Alexandria aod Monot Vernoo Railway Oompaay, a auit for $15,000 damagea for loas of a foot and di rected tbe jaiy to bring in a verdict ior the defendant company. A numeroosly signed petitloo will ba presented to the Olty Oooncil tomorrow olgbt aakiog that body to place three electric lighle on north Fairfax a'reet leading to the Old Domlolon Olaea Worke. Chamberlain'a ttimach aod Liver Tabltt i Invariable bring relief to women snfleiiog from chronic cooatlpstlon, headache, blliouaoeaa, dizt'oeaa, aallow oeas of the tkio aud dyapeptia. Sold by W. P. Oreifbtjn & Oo, and Ricbtrd GibtOB. . LOJAL BBEVIIIES. The dajaand nighta are nowoftqial leogtb. Spriog begins today according to the almanac. Kaafmann Brothera are tdvertiaing a large atock of apriog cktbiogaod bati. Mr. Victor Lo ua, brother of Mre. Amy 0. Weecb, died at his homa io WaabiD(t >o Sooday aUernooo. Seminole Tribe, No. 85, Order of Rad Men, is roakiog preparatlona for a bao qu-l oext mootb. Foor plstol ehota were heard Batorday night oo Bootb P t; atfeev Tbe police were u lable to aacartain wbo diacbarged tbe weapoo. See the notice of the clerk of gaa. In order to obtaln tbe beoefit of the dia oou it allowed oo quarterly billa auch muat be paid by the fir.t of April. It ia atated that tbe yonng woman who was rescoed from tbe tidal baaln at Wasbioglon Friday afteroooo waa Misa Thereaa Htrriaoo, aged 20 years, of Falle Obtucb. Mr. Joihua Sherwood, oreraaer of tbe alms house, cut bis left arm aeritmly tbia morning while eogaged In cottiog rnae bushe?. He waa atteoded by Dt. Powell. The Gaorge Waahiogton Blrtbday Aa soclatloo will meet tooight at 7.-80 o'clock in tbe rooma of tbe Ohamber ol Oommeroe, at wblch time officera wili be cboeen ftr the eom og year. Two a'range men aod a womao Icuaged about tie foot of Shct it's Hill all day yea erday. Late io the Afteroooo Ohief Qocds and Orhcera Beaoh aod Nlohoiaon approached aod toid them if tbey did oot move away taey woold be locked up as soaplcloai chsracters. The trlo atarted north via Braddock road. Hia etea sparkled with the luatroua light of Rurnawe. The lure of advcnture drew him into the mudatroui of the nigbt, and hia heart weat pit-a-pat at the aoft rap urous ca dence ofthe guitarasit wafted melodioualy acroaa the moonlit watera. Twasan ideal Venatlan night and Prince Florizel, of Bo betuii, doatei calmly down the beautiful lngoon in hia guilded gondola cn his way to the Auth Market for thoae irreaistibiy de licioua Auth Hauaagea, liams aud Home killed Freah Me.ta. Bylvan Bloodheim, tbe Auth Stand and the Autb Market. tlRkiKN MOUNTAIN POTATOKS, the tineat that grow for estinir, Cx- bu.; beat Elgiu Creamery Butter, in pound printa, 34o pcund; Freah Egg?, 26c per dozen; faucy Japan Rice, 5c pound; 3 pounds be.t Kvap orated Peaches, 26c; 3 lbs. beat I arge Pruues, 25c; Fancy New York 8tate Lvaporated Applea, 10c lb.; 3 cana Pink Alaska Hjhoon, 26c- 3 cans beat Fiah Koe, 25<; 7 lbs. Brat Laundry Btarch. 25c; 7 cakes Htar 8oap, 26c; 7 cakes Circua Soap, 26c; large bottle Mam moth Queeu Olivea, regnlar price S6c; our price 20c. WM. P. Wooua A Sos, Royal and Wolfe atreets. [CO_MUNK'ATKI? A PLEA FOR OUR OEMEIERY. Io this day of very ttreooona llvlog we are about to forgtt tbe fact tbat oot far away from us is tbe old cemetery io whose keeplog He tbe mortal patt of those we love, and we are apt to for get that some day we, too.ahall be num bered amoog Ibem. A visit to St Paul'a Oemetery wlll impress i ne with ita very neglected and dilapidated coadition. The roads are very fht, aoft, aod foll of ruts, witb mud io placea aokle derp; aome of tbe ttioee io toe older lota are ready t o fall, others sradown;lota wtere toe graves have loog aince inoken ont of algh', leaving ut sfghtly boles, Ia tk* aammer the grsss aod weeda are allowed ti grow to suco so eite.it that lt looka like a wllderoeaa, a dwelliog place for all kiods of creeping t'llnga. We are told in the Good Book that we are made io the image of God aod that oor bcdiea are the t implas of God. When the vital apsrk ieavea the body, sball we not at'dl reverance It aa having beeo the dwelliog plaoe of the Holy Spirlt: Tbe poet Loogfeiiow apeaka ao beau tifully of the bnrial grouod aa "Ood'a Acre" and aaya, "It conaecrai'e eacb gravewltbin iti walla and brealbea a beniBono'er the sieeping duat." Shoald we oot, we, wbo are atill In our eaitoly pilgrimage, aee to it tbat oar oemetery be made like a beaotlfol garden where oar eyea may oot be olfeoded by the neglected and uncared for appear ance, and our bean aadlened by the thooght, "Ab, how aoon we are for gotteo. F. J. E. News of the Day. Mr. Rooaevelt wlll sall for New York on Jaoe 10 on tbe Kaiaerlo Angoate Victiria, according to hia preaect plana, 11 > annoooced that bis receptioo muat be noipartliao. Tbe bodiea of four mioera entombed in the Weat Frankfort (III) mine a year ago last Febroary by an exploelon were recovered Saurday, The corpsea were well preaerved and eaally identlfied, Oatberlce Wagoer, 17 yeara old, waa bojnd, gagged aad attacked In tbe baae feat of the aix-itory 11 at boildiog in hijb ahe lives lo Eatt Ooe Haodred aod Thirty-aeveoth atreet, New Yoik, laat nigbt. Veronlca Moeller, a 1 r>-year-old errand glrl for adreaamakingeitabllahmeot, waa foaod Satarday night nnconaclona, bot opright aod boind to a metal pillar, la tbe weat aide of New York. Sbe had been aiaaalted, Preaident Taft, in addreaaiog a tn bercalosiacoofereoceat Rocheater, N.Y., Satarday, uld it woold be wlaer for tbe goveroor ti develop healthy mao, in atead of promotiog the bread of cattle aod favtred a bureau of healtb. Eugeoe Debi In a speech in Pbila delphla Satnrday night called the mayor a monkey and raferred to the oity hall aa a neit of thlevea. He eommanded thaatrikiog carmeo to stand flm and refme to arbitrate snytbing. Preaident Taft and Earl Grey, govar nor geoeral of Oanada, apeaking on the eame plstform, at Albany Satarday, joioed toeir foices on tbe earneat pleaa f,r noity amoog tbe oationa of the Aaglo Saxon, race, to briog about world peace. The tariff ooofareoca between Preai? dent Taft aod MioUter Fieldlog of Oac ada, at Albany, did cot reault in a defi cite concudon laat tight. An offlclal aUtement declared thit "tbe b1:u tloo remaioa one of frieodlr oegotiatioo," tbe aifcDi were said to be bcptful Presldeot Taft and Goveroor Haghea, of New York, are deelareJ I > be back of tbe preaeot inreatigation of the legis latlve food of the fire inaorsoce com panlra, wh'ch promlaea to have w!ds ramlficaiiooa aod to uicover a trail of corraption in hlgh placea tbat wlll eclipse tbe reveltt ooa of tbe foraaer llfe ioturaace Inreatigation. Ber Franciico Gogiielmo, ao Italiaa Methodiit miolitir, re?d IP QP?fl l|ttf, Washington D. C. HALK PRICE FOR A SPLENDID LOT Imported Handbags $2.49 Only one efa^tj__ auortoient of atylss than yon'll have again aoon. Ch.nce to chooae ^ " l*Xa b? maich the prevalling ab.de, cf euiiAbr.-. S_riSS?""h h.m* o&r-tih ailk. Baga are titted wltb -?., cardc.s. and and Jiouble atrap h.ndlc. Theae are regular *>.0O baga. Order Your Ovcrland Now Delay iHeans Dlsappolntment Last season there were over 8,000 people whose oaders for Overlands were received too late. Our fac tory can build only 20,000 cars this year. Every smgle car has been contracted for. When our allotment is filled we cannot get inore at any price. Half the peo? ple who want to buy Overlands here will be unable to get them. Get yours now. The tremeodoo. demand for Overlaod. Yon aea Ibe M^MrjflM bas nractlcally swamped tbe factory. Twelve hoodred have beeo aold ln Naw Order.rePllogln at twlce tbe r.ts of York city alone. Fifteeo hoodred were p,o" t"nP Ev\n with five llmea.be boogtt by dea.er. in tbe,;i,?,oT?J attaryfadlitleaof last year, the oatpat The firat Overland agett -io a small sd.ily falllog A. tber behiod the de- New E.gl.od towo-is ?_*H*_??; mand dred Overlaods this aeaaon. The more Every Overland pct Uti an owner'a people koow about tbe Overlaod, tbe haoda sells fonr others like it. B xteen more they waat it. thouaand l'UOOrerlande werecott'acted We can get a few Orerlands for Im for lset Aigoat, slmply on the record of ,_edjlte djllvery. Come ia today aod the b ur thnoBsod 1009 cara Every new l% _monstrat!oo. Make yoar owo Overland tbat eppeeraon theroad creatta c0-jpaf|8(,ni. Bring aa expert wltb you lorther demand for thia wonder u' rar. |f-0uarenofamlllsr w'uh m. t rcarv. You Tbe reaaon behlod this uihesrd-ol de. wm tpprec|Mte tie Overland'a slmpltcity maud Ia sheer roerlt?nothlng tlse. Up tDj B010( th rouniog; be will approve its :o Jat ti ry, 1910, i ie car was never even meCD_n|ct| exCelleoce. The car ia rlgt t. sdve.t sed. Bvt t M O/erland proves ao The 20 hofM powfr (),erland cotti reliable, ao Blmple, bo troublr-proof, bo oqo The 4() hof()fl poffer ,_odeIg economical tbat now everyb^dy who ?250" n 490 aod ? 1 509, d?pendiog learna the fact wants one of tbese match- Jn' ; 0, ?odfi E?er-' (),erIaod ia as lesscars. K.,?d as any other Overland,?the crat Men who never beforethooght of bur- W ' J^ Qf ?._, aod p0(?er> You ing cara are hiying Overlaods Men J t.log intrlnslcally be l >r. who bave owned otber oars aro buying can uuy u ^ B w bemto! "heir mecb.oical correctoe.eB Yoa will .ooaer or Ia erneed jastM.d, r7MlthyB.cn buy them because of their acr as tbe overlaod,--'. crguarattied haodlnVae. Poor men bn, Overlaod. for lltV P.t ln yoor ordar oo? ud bacfiHO tbey are the firat good cara at a have the tue of your car all tie aea*?. ?'oder.te co.t. *** ?? ?'lie u'for " d??-?"-l,0D flYERS BROTHERS, 115 N. Pitt st. h Baltimore yeaterday to Oardinal Glb bios, iawh'ch be taken isaue with doc trlors aod teachioga of the Romao Oatholic Oborch and commeota upon tbe prelate's teschlrg* The letter was wrltten by Rev. Mr. Gigliemo after tbe cardinal tad addreraed a congregit on In 8t. Leo'a Oatholic Cnorch Sanday,, March 13, aod io wb!ch address tbe Protestaot miolBter claima i* at the car dioal waroed the people not to itray from the clurch ot thdr fathers. It la repol 'd io N irfolk th t tbe pro posed VirginU-CKrolioa Railrosd will act aa a fceder ti theSeaboard Air Lloe and Siuthern Railway. Killed in iraiu v\ reck. Reinreck, Iowa, Miach 21? Miny per aons are reported killed as the resnlt oi the wreckingof aR^k island tr*iu here which was detoariag over the Chlcago and Great Weatern tracka on account of anotber wreck on the former road. KaMy reports say the death list may reach twenty-Cve. The train was a double-headerand went Into tbe ditch. Both englnes lurned completely over and all the enginemen are believed to have been killed' Chlcsgo, March ai -It wsb stated at the otlkeB of the Rock IsUnd Railroad at noon today that fourteen dead bodies had slready been taken from the wreck of a Rock IaUnd passenger train near Marahaltown, Iowa twenty four in jured have alao been taken from thr. wreck, it is aaid. One sleeper, one cbair csr, and <nt baggage car were destroyed Had Tweaty'-Four Wlvaa New York, Msrcb 21.?Arthor Zimmermao, tried aod convlcted of per jury, beciutedrfiniteproofswere lackiog tiaoataiotbe bigamy charge oo which h* waa origloloally arrested was aent enced today to nloe years in Siog Slog, io tbe Brtoklyo 0 uoty Oiuit It ia re? ported tbat Z mmermao made a confeaa lon to tbe effec". tbat be haa 24 wlv-a, aod amoog h s msoy chlldreo aix aets of twlna._ Coal Coke Wood Be wiat?Bay your fusl before the seveie wsathsr. Wa offer beat qnality.pronipt delivery aad lowaat market prloe. Phona 96. DlW. 4ITCHE30N. 107 s'wth Boral alrwt Tha Lindoer Sboe for Ladiea fine ? euhaa no rqaal. John A, Marahall ft B-o,, 428 Iioff tUwt. Natloaal Packlog- Compaoy Indicted Obicagn, March 21.? Iodictmeola charging the National Packiog Oompany and aubaidiary companlea with operating a oombioatioo ia restraia of trade were retirned by tbe fedeial grand jiry sboit ly a'tar ncon today No indlctmeots aga rst Indlvidasla were retoraed. Slmuluneoasly tbe government 6led a bill in chaocery In the United S'.eiea Oircolt Ooort askiog for tbe dissolotion of tbe National Packiog Oompany. TELEORAPH1C BREVIiTF.5. In a riot in tha Charaber of Deputiea today, Cnunt Kuahn Hedervary, the prernier waa iujured br being atruck in the head with a heavy book ant the arcretary of agrioulture serioual/ hurtbyan ink pot. Meat dealera in New York announoed an incraasa in the price of meat products ranging 'roni two to nre cents a pound tolay. Five former city conu^ilnian and one preaent member, todav cnofessed to Judge Viazerin open oourt io Pittabure;, ???? ?f having been connected with councilmanic grafting. Tbe man will ba 'ndicted this afurnoon and untence suipended. The Tbomas Mlller farm, aitaated lo the B'ae Ridge m.u.tslos, near Blue moo'.bai beeo aold by Jobo Miller for tbe heiraof tbeeattt\ toMr. n lalctmce of the Agrlcoltore Depaitmeoi of Wash iogtno. Tbe prlca pald for tbe farm? wblch cootaloa 150 acrea?waa $6,000. It ia said tbat M-. Qialotence wlll coo vart the propeitr ioto a peacb aod apple farm. WllHam F. Lyoa baa aold bia farm near Woodboro, Loodtui rnntr. koowo aa tie Tltoa farm, to J. B. Ford of Wlncbester f*r 156 an acre. The farm cootaloa 170$ acrea. Poaaeaalon wlll begiren Janaary 1, 1911, Tbe Regal Sboe for men in all 'he new iaats can be had of Jobn A. Mar? ahall A Bro.. 422 Kintr street. We atrive to pleaee Our methods are corract. BANNEK LAUMDRY, | >t). teliphoaaa, Alexiadn'e, Va, ?,?,,??>??????????????????????? $1 SO TO $3 FOR YOUR Easter Clothes FOR BOYS. | We save you from $1.50 to $3 in buying your Boys' Suits from us: Pretty Knick erbocker Suits. Elk Brand Clothes they are. See our line of Clothes For Men of all ages. Easter Hats See the $2 kind. All be coming shapes. ! Kaufmann Bros I Clothiers, Haberdashers and Tatlors. 402405 KING STREET. MMMMMvvvMMvMMMMvvMMM A Splendid Showing of New Models Tailored Suits for EasterWear Tailored Suits of much charm and beauty for the women who want to dress fashionably and at the same time at moderate co&ft. Rosenfeld's Suits at average saving of from $5 to $10 Suits we seil at $12.50, Washington price $17 50. Suits we sell for $18, Washington asks $25 Suits we sell for $22,50 and $25 Wash? ington asks $35 Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats. We never sacrifice the quality but the price. $5 Trimmed Hats, special for this week $3. Don't fail to see them. The handsomed. Children's and Misses' Hats you ever looked at. Children's Hats as low as 75c and as high as you wish to go, but in every case we guarantee the price and quality. Easter Neckwear, Handkerchief*, Gloves, Corsets, Combs, Barrettes, Pocketbooks, Hand Satchels, etc. ROSENFELD'S 518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Vi? MASOI.'ir. ?A called comniunication of ALEX ANDRIA WASHINGTON LODGE, Ro. 22, A,. F. 4 A. M., will b* Iield at the TempleTUESDA^Y EVENING. March St, at 7.10 oVItck, lor work. By otder of the Worfhipful Mister. ma>2t 2t A. Q. I HLER, SecreUry. THE annua! uieeting of the atockbolrter* of ihe WASHlNGT'lK SA rTARY IM PROVEMENT COMPANY wlll be held ?t the principul r>fl e rf tli? r?>m[,Bny, 111 sonth Faiifax aire t Alexaadria, Virginia, on Tueaday. April 6 b, 1910, at I p m. GEOBGE M K-lBKtt, Secrelary. mar21 td_ FOR SALE.-Gaaoline MOTOR BOAT (16 fc>t long tiuel wilh S'j H. P. Detroit engiua). Spe'd 1 to 9 milea. air tigbtcom parimentaand ste?-l hull. Will sacri6ce for I 160.00 (caah), or will ac ept pavmanta from reiponeihle ptrty. R. H. BROOKS, 412 R. Columbua atreet._ msr2t jK? Easter Cards and Booklets Episcopal and Catholic Prayer Books EASTER CANDY in half pound and pound packages R. E. KNIOHT. Plain and Set Rlngs Our ringe have a di?tinc tive air about them. Their quality, individual ism aud general good looka never fail to cauae f .vora le comment Be sides ihey are rightly prlced for all purses. R. C. ACTON & SONS Jewelere and Silveramitha. Wiioiemiio Pricea of Proauce flonrExtra.. ?? a 600 Family. 825 a 675 Fancy brands. 650 a 700 tfheat. longberry. 20 a 1 Uiiad . 1*0 a 000 LvffiZZI. iso a oco Dampand tongh. 100 a 0C0 Com. white. __? ? 0*0, vixad .??? 0 63 a 070 Yellow. 068 a 0 70_| ComMeei. 072 a 0 75 Ry- . 075 a 0*B Oiu.nuxeil.Bew. 060 a 065 White. new. 056 a 060? CloverSeed. 8 00 a 95t* Timothy. 175 a 200 Hay......... 2100 a SSOftJt Elgin Print Butter. 032 a 0J3_ Butter. Virginia, packed. 018 a 02ON Choioe Virginia. 0 30 a 025* Common to middling. 014 a 016 Eggs. 0S0 a 02KJI LiTeChickens(hans). 011 a 012 Spring Chickens . 0 20 a 0 Xl Potatoea, par du. 50 a 66 Bwaet Potatoea bbl... -50 a 3 00 Oni?ns, per bushel. 100 a l'.O Apnlaa, par bbl. 300 a 500 _ WANTED._ CIO'R StLESMAN WANTED. Viperi enif unuecea?ary. 8*11 our Iranil* to il i r#Ui!l liaile. Bi? pav. Writa for foll n?r tii-ular- at one*. OLOBE CIOAK CO., Cler?l?iit.Ohi'v_<?M9ti.i5 WANTED. A K'K. I WniTK MAN for tli? ktable at R?ven*w<rth. Write to Mrs. LEE. Purke, Virginia._rnarit tf FOR HJLKCHEAP -? farmof 86J a'res at C< leheater statioo.\VasbirjKtoii-','<'Uih ern Railway. A bartrtic; corua and see ir. J'.ir furiher iuaneuiun alfiew (i. 1. HITiHKS. Lorton V?ll*r. Vc m'?rl?2t? JEV/ELERS. YOU ARE FIVE MINUTES LATE Ever bave anybody ?ay that to you? Can you depend on your WATCH or do you hare to d [ a:d oo your rlaada for ti e Correct Time? Th?re|ls nooeidof It. Yco cao be air. jt ii have tbe crrect tlrre If you gHavatch here. Ihrre'e kceniless n-e in koowlog t at ycur time ii 4and ari time. Atk o. to abon ycu onr complete llue. Sometblog here li sore to pleaeeyou, and the price will meka joa a cuato-er at once. Come io aod (?? ahat_we ha?? & 629 King) Street Bell Phone 242. fUOTICE TO GA8 CONSUMF.Rf. Gas billa N Ihe qnarter endinz March 1, WO, havtpf been delivered, thia ia t? nolifyall conauroere that a diacount of S" emiU per 1.000 feet will be allowed on a<l bills piid oo or bvfore April 1. 1910. Af:er that d-te no discouot will be allowed aud de liaqoeott will be reqaired to make ?ar)y aettlemtut. By order oi tbe Couiaiittieou L,*ht. J.B. WALMR. m*r21 td _Cbrk of 0-. Tnuata and oiily Um beat liads aold at uadbealer'a.