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THE CAR THAT CAPTURED THE COUNTRY
Four Overland faotories. with 4,000 a en, turn ont daily 125 Overlanda to meet thenn exanjplel ileiiiiud. Yet ih:s remsrkiihle car, which ha? fairly;capturel the country, is out twojearifoM Norivsicar begiai to oftVr wbat the Overland gives for the rronev. toine and He tbe new tucJelt?:he most succesfful cars ever created Pri:e $1,000, $1,25), $MW add $l,5tf). Also Marion cars at $1,850 flYERS BRQTHERS. 115N.Pittst THE titdbl MfcDlCINAL WHISKY Wakefield Rye Headquarters for the BEST WINES AND LIQUORS in the city. LOWENBACH BROS King and AJfred Streets. _ Both Phones H??M?MvMMMMMMMMMMMMH * Modero and Up4o--Date in Every Respeci | ilitllVl Z Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 J ;? Capital $100,000 < ? Depositors afforded every facility for business, sccurtty i ? and accomodarions t *? Large or 8-nall accounts invited in both Commercial and Savings Department Board of Directors. Judge C. E. Hlealj Preaident, A. H. Rector. W. B. Smoot, Vioe President, R. L. ('ockrell. John A. Marshall, Vi<* Praiidaai C. C. Carlin. T. C. Smith, Vice Preaident and Cashier. W. A. Smoot, W. A. Smoot, Jr. P. F. Gorman. A. O, Portner Details carefully attended to 'or all customers. We issue drafts on all pointa of the world. a>v?fw??M?M?MMMww?MM*)?MMt?M ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SOMETH1NG hindsome and stylish in up-to date footwear for Spring? You will surely find what you are Neeking if you come to Katz's. We have daintv Oxford ties, one, two and three strap slip pers, handsome walkiag shoes and shoes for men, women and children i - all the latest shapes, and cr " ??ibl<\ warm weather foot*. -git A. KATZ'S, 400 King St. VW*^-'^'WV'?'^?^^w'Vv>^wWV* Sr.lr_T JEWELRY -FOR THF LADIES of Alexacdria. You will do wcll toexaruice the uniijuf dea'goa ia the settiug of precious s'ones in hrareltts, necklaca, lace pins, ear arrawa and <lr pa. We bave alw the lateat fada in lorgnfttes, cbsina, powder roxe?, emuire mirroia, bonboniens aud wMiding and ?nvagf ment rings. 10-K solid eold Ringa we Bell for $100 adwt. Wehave them from li to8dwt. 18-K solid gold oval or Tiffany shape, $1.25 a dwt, in weiehts from 2 to 8 dwt. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers, 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 345-J. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company Erery day in the year for Fort Mr.nroe, Norfolk, New|K>rt Newa &Dd points aouth, via Miperb, powerful steel palact steaiuers, Nouthland. Newport News, Nor? folk and Washington. Lr. Waah. M6 p. BB, il.v.Portsmouth 5 p.m. Lv. Aie.v. 7.0Q p. 111. |l,v.Norfolk 6 00 p. ru. Ar.Fl.Mooroa.7.00a.B>|Lr.Ft Monroe7 p.m.l ir. Nor* lk 8.00 c. n.lAr.Alex 6.30 a. rr. Ar. I'ortsmouth 8 a.iu.f Ir.Wasb. 7.(/0 a. m. Through connfction* made at Norfolk with , atPrtiners of the ?>ld Donsinloii r;t*>anisliip < 1 d paar for New York and M?-rchan!j'aud Alinern' Steau.shipa for llostnn. Osawral TipketOftiee, 720 14th atreet X \V, Boad Buildiug, Washington, l>. <'. rhooe Mniu 1 40. Bareatk atreet wharf. Phone toain 3760. Alexandria wharf foot of Prince atreet. W. H. <\ALLAHAN, aprl lyr tieLeral I'aaaenger Agtut. THE ar.nua'. meetiaj of the stookhol<>ers of the WA8HINGTON SAviTABY IM PBOVEMBNT COMPAHY will he held at rht? principsl ntl're of tbe rompanv, 111 sonth Fairfax airai t. Aleiandria, Virginia, on Tutsduy, April .Vh, liMO. at 2 p iu QCOBQE li. KuBER, Seerctary. mar21 t.l ITa >tri ve to piesse. Our method* are correct. RANNEK L.4t'NI>ltY, Beii lelephoaea. Alexandria, Va. NOTICK.?The r.^ular atinual atockhold ? tine ofthe VIRGINIA MAKR'E OOMPANY willbe heldat 115Borth Pair rttt, Alexandria, VirginiB, FRIPAY, ta of April, it>io, st 18^0 p. m., for the purpo't of the elTtion of otlii ers. etc. * af. R. 8AUNDERS, Vire Pretideit. CLARENCE THOMAS, Secremj. aprl eo3t Cowa and hortea will require leas feed and be worth much more to you if you feed Lead baatar'i (onditioa Pow<l?ra, 20c package, Ba wiae. Uaa Climax ttleanei toxlmn yonr frall.paper. 86c a bbfA LeWTbeatar'a. BTEAMED8. MARYLAND, DEUWAIkME! ANIlTviT, GINIA RAILWAY COrVANY. 8PKINO 8CHEDULE. Steamararrf Thia Liue Letra AJnandru on ard after May 15, 1909. Erery MONDAY, WEDNE9DAY, anr 8ATURDAY at 4:30 p. m. ?*OR BALTIMORE AND ALL TB1 D8DAL RIVER LANDING8, Culsino and appointmena nnexcelled. *re!gtt for Baltimore, Philadelphla aa Srw York aollcitedand handled with oarr, iTtrongh ratee and bills of lading lMned. f)tngle fare to Bftltiroore, J2.50; ronnd trit $8.50. "'tatarooms.one way, *1.50. MealB. 50r REARDOlJ A GRIME8, Ageata, i ,_Foot of Oameron atreet. Potomac & Chesapeake Steamboat Company, NEW NORFOLK LINE On an After October 14 STKAMEK ST. JOHNS. Pot THBOt ni>? Tnesday, Thursday and Sat nrday. Leave* Wa?hingtoo from 8th st. wharf, 5 p. m.-Alexandria. Cameion at. wharf, 5.iC p. m.; Colonial Beach, 10 p. m. Arrivea Old Point, 6 a. m.; Norfolk, 7 a. m. NoRTHBorKD?Puoday, Wedoesday anr" Friday. Leaves Norfolk, Cooiine'ce at. dock, i p m.; Old Point, 5 p. m.; Colonial Beach, 12 mii'nighf. Arrivea Alexandria. 5:30 a. m.; Washington, 6 am. Cocnectioua at Colonial Beach and Wash? ington with local Kteamera for Potomac river landirgs. At Norfolk and Washin ton witl line* diverging, Fare, one way. $2.00; ronnd trip, $3 00. W. P. EMMERT. Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr. V/. F. CARNE, Jr.. Gen. Agt. REARDQN A GRIMES, Agenta, Alexandria GEORGE E. PRICE &C0. -DEAT.ERS IN Fresh and Salted Fish Are reeeiving Fish daily from the&horesof the Potomau and will tunply runtomer*. in any quantiiies to isuit, either fmb or s lted, **y experieneed ptckers. Country orders so lieit-d and aatiffict.on guaranteed. Terroa: C. O D., or beat referencea. Ptill No. 2, Royal s'reet entrance; Stall Ko. 1, Fairfiix street entrance to the City Market. and Fi--.li lioce front of Corporation FUh Wharf. Bell 'phone 321-J. mar7 2m Cherry Cough Syrup ia carefully made in ourown store. Don't compare ir with fac torv made medicinea, 25o a bottla. E. S LaadbaaUr A taona.__?_ Irmes tid cnly tha Itat aiias *o.d ueadbeater'a. al^Ic^nbria^ozettr. -??- ? ? ?,???.?? m.-? ? i MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 1910 MISOELLEANOUS ITEM8. Aagust Belmont's Boudoir won tbe Gro?e Waller handlcap for three year olda and op, run at Aiexandra Park, London, yesterday. Bloe Blaxea waa aecond aad Mitaed Oatch tbird. Thirteen ran. More tban 50,000 aohool chlldren, fire atate milltary companiea, eereoty fire antomobilea aad tbe local monnted poliee compoaed the eacort of Preai? dent Taft on hia arriral at VYorceater, Maaa., yeaterday. Paasengers waiting for a aonthbound sabway train on the Slmpaon atreet New York atation of the Weat Faraaa dirla iona were tbrown into hyaterla Friday nieht. wbeo Mrs. Hannah Jacaba, o.fNo. 154 Weat 14lat atreet, a wldow, threw heraelf beneath the wheela of a aouth bouod expreas tralg. Her body waa gronnd to piecee. KILLfi NEGRO VOl E. The Dlggea bill for the diafranchiae fent of the negro in all atate and mnnlci pal electiona in Maryland au pasaed by the Huse Satardey followlng Itj paasage by tbe Benate Friday. It will now go to the gorernor for his algnature. The law will gire the democrata supreme oootrol ln Maryland. It will be fought In tbe coartr. It Ib not proposed to attenpt to prerent negroea roting at congreaaional or preai dentfal electiona, the reatrlction appiylog onlr to atate aad munlcipal ballotlng, The original draft of the plan waa amended by the inaertion of a clause by which negroea owning properly aaaeeaed at f500 may rote prorlded tbey were possesed of property tbus ralued two years in adrance of their regiatratlon. It ia proposed to repeal the preaent regia? tratlon law; to hare a new general regla iration next year, refoaing regiatratlon to negroea and to aboliah spring electiona Ia Baltimore, carrylng forward thoae electiona nntll the state electlon in the Norember followlng. Begistration]beiog refaaed, the negro will not be able to rcte on the meaiurea when they come before the eleclors in Norember, 1911, in the form of a conatitntional amend ment. The democrats did not inaert the prop erty'qaalification in tbe regiatratlon bill becaose, they say, tbey will condoci tbe electlon nnder tbe atate coostitntion from which they point ont the word "white" haa nerer been expnnged by any act of the atate. Annnal Reunlon, United Confederate Veterana. For above occasiou,Southern Bailwav take* nleaanre in snnouneing exenraion ticketa will be placed on aale April 23, 24, 25, Waahing? ton to Mobile, Ala., and return at $20.80. Correspondingiy low farea from pointa in Virginia. Final return limit May 2, 1910. By depoaiting ticket with apecial agent, Mo? bile, and upon payment of fifty eenta, aame will be exteaded to May 19. 1910. Btop overs allowed returning within final limit. Consnlt agents or write. L. 8. BBOWN. Gen Agt. Fancy New Orleans Open Kettle flollasses, 60 cents a gallon G.W. Ramsay. - s Cox & Gordon nissouri Hams Q. W. Ramsay. Veteran Dust Exterminator Does the Work, atRamsay'sOnly, 250 pounds, Fancy Evaporated Apples, Not in Packages, G. W. RAHSAY. Choice Evaporated Peaches 10 cents a pound Ramsay's. Extra Fancy Bloater Hackerel, 20 cents a pound and Norway Hackerel about 3-4 pound each 5 cents. Ramsay. NOTICE.?Having quahfied a? executrix and excutor under the l%at will and tettamen* of Z RA HILL. dereen-l, sil per aona who are mdebtei to hiaeatate are hereby requeUed to maks payment of the asme, and all partie* having clai a sgain*.t tbe aaid eatate will pleaae present aame at onca for teulamant. ' fECELlA HILL. J. M. filf.L mar26 10t 412 Prince street Clothes! THAT ARE RIGHT ! The kind we T handle. ' * See tbe MANBATTAN SHIRTS They are charmiog. Kaufmann Bros tMMrMMMMMMMyMOrMMffM? ESTABLISHED I870. First of the Season, Steamed Hard Shell Crabs, Devlled Crabs, iLittle Neck Clams for luncb, dinner or supper. THE, RAMMEL CAFE Both Telehones. STATEMENT Citizens' National Bank of Alexandria, Va., March 29, 1*10. OFFICERS: President, VicelPresident, Edwa'd L. Dainperfield; Garroll Pierre, Richard M. Green, Cashier. E E. Payne, Asst Cashier DIRECTORS: J. C. Smoot, Edward L Daingerfield, Jaa. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish, Carroll Plerce M.A. Ahern, Urban S- Lambert IIIXH ><< I?S, , (tlAHILIllls Loana . ..... $678,825.541 Capital .... $190,801).0 0 U. S. Bonds to se cure circulation . Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . Other Konds and Stocks . . . Banking House & Real Estare . . Cash . . 48,308 55 Due [from Banks and. Reserve Affents 131,979 36 100,000.00 1,000.00 55,174 06 52,856.97 180.?87.91 $1,068,144.48 Surplus .... 100,00000 Undivided Profits 22,754.19 Circulation . . . 96,300.00 Deposit* .... 748,04029 U. S. Deposit . . 1,000,00 $1,068,144.48 Some of the Handsomest Homes in the City of Alexandria. I am aufhorized to offer for sale the beautiful three story brick dwelling No 415 Prince atreet (Marbury Houie),containing 15 rooms and every modern conveoience This property has a frontage on Prince street of 75 feet and a depth of 157 feet and ia located in one of tbe best reaidentia) sections of tbe city. Cozy six room brick dwellinar on south Pitt street, near Prince street, rontaining every modern convenience and In firat clasa con dition. . Snlendid tbree story frame dweflin?nn south St Asaph atreet, near Duke street, containing 10 rooms aud bath. Always rented. Well built three "story brick dwelling on north side of King street, between Fayette and Payne streets, containing 10 rooms and hath. Inspeetion of These Bouses by Permit Only Further Particulars at my ofiu e. JOHN D. NOR/HOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS: We are authorized to offer for sale two NEW EIGHT ROOM BRICK DWELLINGS with every modern convenience, in cluciing gas electric ligbts, concrcte ceilara, hot water hear, excellent bath?, and tile vestibules, now being completed on north Columbus street between Quean and Princesa streets (Court House square). These houaea are to be up-tn-dateln every particular, with side and rear alley waya. To quick purchasers these houses will be offered at extremely low prices, and extraordinary reaaonable terma See uaforpiicej and terms. Special five day offer?Twenty eight of the best building Iotain the growing subdivi?ion of Del Ray, convenient to car linea churches. schools and stores, with city water and electric lighta. To a quick purchaser theee lota will be sold for $3,000. Thompson and Appich| 107 South Royal Street.Alexandria, Va; The Best Your Money Can Buy in Ice Cream ia "Qualiry" Ice Cream BRICK OR BILK. MADE OF Fresh fruits and pure ingredi ents. Special prices for churches and festivals rle -SLOwll Bothohonea Office and Typewriter Supplies, Ledgers, Inks, and Box Files, Loose Leaf Memorandum Books. S. F. Dyson & Bro. 5M KING 1TREET. Bell Telephone No. 271. 10 PerCeotProfit in Two Weeks After April 15th the Price on the Last Four Lots in ROSEMONT on tbe noith aide of Koscmr nt Areoue aod tbe few left on the somh slde will be adranced 10 p?r cet t. Now ia your cbaoce to get ttem before the adrance goea Into efleci, and hare that much profit Insnred at once. A FINE SPECULATION Ton can get notbing in Alexaodria nearly so fioe aa those beauti'i'l HOHES IN ROSEMONT 8Jaod 10 rooms aad ba'.h, fiae pmh'a, er>ry f>rn of midern planbhf, large colonial firrp'acee, conrr't* cellara, d/y and clean; gas aod eiicric ligbta, wide lawcs, concrete walks, etc., etc, <t;. F. L. SLAY/HAKER 313 King Street. iy_aaagaaa aaaaaiiawaai. asi inimpaniaaiiimLMiaai'. >i "awa CIGARS. If you do you've missed half tbe joya of stnoking if you haven't been buj ing the I'lantaticn aud Choice Cigars. Here are Cigars Fit for a JKllionaire and at prices so low everybody cnn af ford them. For cignrs tbat nre tiust worthy and that yon dupl'cate we li >ve them. See that every Plintation is atamped Hamilton & Co. HAMILTON & CO., 323 KING STREET. FOR SALE. Property for rnanufacturing or wholesnfe busi ness. Lot 55x105 situated on corner with two pri vate tracks within half a square Building contains over 5,000 square feet of floor*pace and both wails and floois are heavy enough for aoy purpose, PRICE, $3,500. HARRIE Virginia Safe Deposit & Trnst Corporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital Paid in Capftal $l,0OP,0OO.OO_$300,009.00 DIRECTORS." C. J. Rlxey, Joht. P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater Henry K. Field, fitury Baader, C torje S. Freixb, J. K 1VJ Norton We act aa Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Iscue Fidcl Ity, Contract, Offit ial and Judicial Bonda. General Banking and rni8t Business TraasacteJ. Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We aolicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ uals, and oromise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking ?MawMawa jSJJ^T^ON^ALE^ COM MI33ION ERS'SA f.E OF IMPRO VED REAL E8TATE.?Lnderand by virtue of autbority reeted in ua by a decree of tbe cor poration Court cf the Citr of Alexaodria, Va., rendered on the 4th day of Decemher, 1909. in tha auita therein pending entitled Celeeta Duncan, et rir, et als, ra. Qeorge Aahby Oorham, et al., tbe unrieraigned com aaiaaionera will < ler for uie at public auction in frontof the Royal atreet entrince tothe Market building, in tfat .city ot' Alexaodria, Virxinia, on 8A1UBDAY, the 16th day of April, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, the following described property, with the irnprorernents thereon: All that lot of ground ?Uli the in.prore menta thereon in tbe city of Alexandria, aitu a'ed at the interaection of the w?s- aideof Fa>ette street, with the north aide of Duke atreet, and running thence weat on Duke atreet 3i feet 8 irrhes more or lea?; thence north and parallel to Fayette atreet lOU fatt to a 10 foot allev. thence ea>t <o rol alley and parallel to Dake atreet:-5 feet 8 inchea, more or le?a. toFayeile atrtet; thence aouth on Fayo ie street 100 fret'to the beginning. w;th Ihe right of w<?y rver ?ud u?e tfaal I alley in common with othera entille<t thereto All that certain piece or ptrcel of ground , in the city of Alexandria, bounded and de- j acribed u t'jll wa. Beginning at a point on tha north aide of Duke atreet, 85 feet 8 inchea, more or leaa, from ita intersectiou, with Fay-1 ette street; tbeuce west on Dake street 23 j feet 4 inchea. more or lea?, to the eaat Jine of, a lot nwned by I. T. Nalia, thence north and parallel to Fazette atreet one hundred feet to j an al ey 10 feet widf; thence eaat on aaid al? ley and parallel to Duke atreet, 23 feet 4 inch? ea, more or lea?; thence south and parallel to Fayette atreet 100 feet to the beginning w th the useof aaid alley in common with othera entitled thereto. Al'Othebar Cxtureaan-t ?toc!r in the bar at the corner cf Duke and Fayett-> stre#t?, for? merly condncted by the lateTbomaa E. Oor? ham. Terma: One-thiH ca h; baiance in aix acd twelre montha. Ctnreyance atcoat of pur shaaer. J. M. JOHN90N, L?Wf8H. ma:hev, HOWARD. W. 8MITH, Commiaaienera. I. Kerell fl. Greenaway, do hereby oartify I that Howard W. flaaitb, oneof the comuiis. sioners of aale in the auit of Celeata Doncan, et vir. et ala, re. Georere Aabby Gornam, et al, now penHing ia tbe Corporation Court for the Citr of Al?x*ndria, Virginia, haa entered in the bond required by the dw.rte therein, conducted bb tbe law di?ot?. NF.VELL S GBEENAWAY, Clerk. aprl td_ In Preparlng for spring house cleaning why not have your House Wired? Electricity is the cleanest, saftcst and brightest light. Seethe Alexandria Electric Co. 524 KING STEKKr.J CONSIDER THE _DVANTAGES OF RUBERO T?Apt,-,P^,>.t. y. p| aWawaaWattJ fc. . WATER & WEATHSf? pr>OOF FIRE-RESISTING. Wi.'lnotmelt. rot. fraror Contains ao tar, oil Outlaats mctal andslih Ptfable -can l ot tfn and coppcr. Lenftiions tbe life of auy DaBdtng-. W.A Smoot & Co, Inc, Lumber and Mill Work, ALEXANDRIA, VA. msrl lyr SULLIVAN'S -Wood Yard King and Peyton 8ta. - ? Alexandria, Va. Small ordera delirerrd 10 to 12 a. m. at d to 6 p. m. 1, | and foll cord ordera dehrtred at or ce. I?elireri?a in Boaemont. Braddock md Fel Ki> daily. PHONE8: Bell 217. jjfl0, 141 W feafJa? f?? nae r* paper ng your house tbis epricg Climax Wall Parer (lcaner wili make tho old peper look almoat like n?w. G.t it at f,e?Hb*).t>T'?. gfoabor. Some ramiliea bny flre lottlea aa? Colonia Paraaperilla at a time. It certainly ia a good medicine, and they wooldu't be aithoat it, 8u bottlta for t'i.VO.^ Leadbeater'e.