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?tXCMl -NO.92 Tr.TCXANDRrA.VA. TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 19.1910. PRICE 2 OENTS VOLUME CXI. Do Yoa Thlnh For Yoonolf t Ot.oq you ots? r?r ssc-m m ? __?# felrdaWl ruIP <1<~D ****** '??* ? ?"* ?ma\be ufferad you t ? ? ? ? inMllla-enl tblnVinf wornvfc r I rom weakneM, narrouiMtt |Dg. tban 11 meana caucb ta? VfK U'r1 Ma_ UM h' ^^..^rihecureotwuman'. llla. # **** Tbe makera ot Dt. Pleroe'. FarorlU Tf ecriptlon. for tha cure of w-?ak. nyroua. nua* down. over-workaad. d.blllt ?t*d. paln-racke4 women. knowlna tbls medicine to be made u? of ingredlenta, .Tery on* of wblch haa tbat ?trongest posslbl. lndorsemont of tbe leadtcf aad atandard autborltlM of tbe aev.ral eeboola of practice. are perfectly wUllng. and ln fact. are only too ?lad to prtnt. as they do, (be formula. or 11st of Ingredlenta, of which lt ls compoaod. in plain Snalith. oa avarjf V>ttle-wrapp.r. <w ??*>?> ? Tbe formula of Dr. Piawce'a F.vorlte Ptw ecriptlon wlll bear tbe moat crltlcal examlna tton of medlcal .xp.ru, for lt contalna no alcohol. nareotlcs. barrnf ul, or hablt-formlnf drvigs. a_d no af ent .nt.rs Into lt that la not blghly rwcommendad by tba moat advanced _3d laiadlmr medlcal ?.ach.ra and author Itles of their asvartl achoola of practlca Tboaaa aotborltlts regommend tbe Ingredlenta lf l't l'?Tv>~r?T' -''?.- Pr.---r!i.ti- |i f.-rihaj eureof exactlf 'he, same allments for ~hjcl| Ibls -ortd-f-jriail rtiedlclne js __yl?ed. _ _ m ? * * ? No othar medicine for woman's 111s bas any ?aacb profeaalonal endors.rn.nt aa Dr. Plerce's Favorlte Preacrtptlon ba. iwcaUved, ln th. on quallfied recoromendatlon of eaoh of Ita aeveral ingradlenU by acora. of l.adlng m.dl oal m.nof all th. schools of practice. Is ?uch an .rjdora.rn.nt oot worthy of youf Mnald.ratlon ? * * * + ? A booklel of lnrrodl.nta, with numerouB nthoratlve profe?.lonal endorsementa br tha load.rfar medical authorltle. of tb'.s country, wlll be malled free to aoy on. sendlng name aud address witb reqaeat fot sa_- Ad___ Pa_V. Ftercaa. Buffai- N. T._ A Heliaiilt) Rcmedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ls quickly absorbed. Rivea Relief at Once. it cleausea, sootbes, beaia and i>rotfit3 the diacased mt-in ?*rane rcsultinr- fr<>m Catarrh and drive away aCold iatheHl ad quickly. KestoT? the Baoaead T_te and Baaall. Full _z M eU. at Dm^'gixU or by mai.. Liqni Oreom Balm fcw u*e in atomi/.'-rs 75 etav RICHARD fl. WAHLES MANUFACTURER OP FERTILIZBRS Officb aud Stoebs: 115*117 N. Royal 8t. Dealer in Hardware,Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and Gaiden Seeds. ?WABBHOHSBfl, KOlTlt VrJION RTREKT, ON LINB OF SOl'THKRN BAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will alwaye keep ln atock the highest grade of ttie?e articles. GEORGE E. PRHJE & (J<j. -DEALERS IN Fresh aod Salted Fish Are receiving Fiah daily from theBhoresof the Potomac and will supply customera in ail) quantities to Buit, either freah or s?lted, by pxuerifnced picksrs. Country orders so? licit rl and RBtiffiction guaranteed. Terms: C. O D., or beat references. Htall No. 2, RotbI areet entrance; Stall No. 1, Fairfax street entrance to the City Market, and Fiah Houm) front of Corporation Fiah Wharf. Fell 'phone 321-J. m?r7 2m PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Front and Building Sand. WORKS : HnntinglCreek. -i ~,-*lephon*> roy. Phone 281. Greenhoaeee 8. Patrick St D. 0. Grillbortzer CARNATIONS, 50c doz. R05ES, 50c to $1.00 FUNERAL WORK PrompUy atu-deditn. Delivered to all parta ofthe city. Ratisfaction gnaranteed. feh22 tf E8TABLI8HED 1852. BURKE&IiERBERT Bankers. Modernly equipped for banking in ita rari o_*> bi_nc*ee. Deposit* received snblect to cheek at sight Collections made on all pointa. Mighgrade inveetment aecnrities bonght and sold. . _ ___ Letters of Credit and Foreign Exohange fnrnished. f_fe Deposit Boxea for rent. _ A Savingn Department in which intereat ls allowed on d^poait-._ O-BDVKK L. BooTBa I I M: B. Ba__cw pkkkidkkt. J 1 Vice Preaident. UKO. E. WARFIELD, CA8H1-B. First National Bank, A-aXAKDRIA, Ya. De_lgn-ted Depoeltory of tUf United Btatee. OAPTTAL _? __i 9MM BTJRPLUS AND UNDITIDKD PR0FIT3 .... $176,000 Bb_M-b_M fl. L. BOOTHE, M. B, HARLOW G. E. W ARFIILD, J. F. MUIB, WALTEP. ROBERTS, K. BAJ_L7R. FRANCIS L. SMITH. UTICK.?The regular annual m.etingof the stockholders of the COLl'MKIA REAI. ESTA TE COMPANY will be hold at the office ofthe coruptny, No. tll south Fair fa* atreet, Alexandria, Virginia, on MON. DAY. May 2. 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the eloctltn oi'oftice-s ?nd other business. A. P. FARDON, President. A. 8. JONES, Seeretary. april. lfr.25. _ AMominal Belta for eorpnisat peopla ab* (alued on special order at Leadbeatar '*. __->3*t__a ?azfttf. --?-.??.-? GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 A Sl_ PRINC STREET. _. _. [Entered at the Poatoffloe of Alexandria, Ylr ginla, as Beoond-claaa* -natter.l T_B_-: D_Uy~l yea_. 16-00 ?moi.ths 1*60: 3 months, $l46; 1 month. 48 oenta; 1 week, 10 oenta. ___,_. Tri.weekly-1 year, $8.00; fl montha, $LM 8 months. 76 oenU: 1 month, 26 oenta. Oontract advertisers will not be allowed toex* oeed theirspace unleaa theexcesa ia paid for at tranaient ratea, and under no mrcnrn stenoes will they be allowed to advertlse other than their iegitimate bwdneaa ln be apace oontrected for. ?_?__ Baeolutions in memonam, of thanks. tripntaa of reapect, reaolntions adopted by aocietJes oa- peraons, unlees of pubhe onneern, wlll ?ly be printed in the paper aa edvertU* menta._ AN APRIL BLIZZ-RD. Indlans waa laat nlgbt ia tbe teetb ol the woret April bl;z-_rd that haa ever viaited Ibe s'ate in acorea ol yeara. Io northern Iodlana the anow is from Iwo to fonr Inchea deep and ln tbe central and southern parts of the atate snosr fel durlng tbe greattr part ol tbe day, bnt melted rapidly. In Bome aectlona there wasja tb<n coating ol ice oa still water and the Irnit crop ia badly damaged, il nct entirely killed. Owing to the warro weather of Marcb aod for 10 daya of April, all froits and vegetation were greatly advanced aod the andden drop ln temperatnre wlll prove deetiujtlve In all paria of tbe atate. The center ol the preaent attrm Ib over northern Iodlana aod central Mlchigan and is nnprecedented, conslderlng tbe advanced conditlon of fiuiU and al) kinda ol -egetat on. Uoaeaaonable cold weather prevailtd tbrooghout sonthern Ohio and northern Kentocky and Iodlana ytaterdsy, Rain fell Sonday night and yeaterday morn* ing, tnrning to anow in the alternoon. Althcujh Irnit and yegeiatlon sre both well advanced, it Ib believed no damage haa been done ao far. Temperatnre ranglng irom 27 rlegreea to38degreea oboye _jro, ?ccompaoied by Intsrmittent flarriea of snow, were re? ported from aeetern Miasouri, eaatern Kanaaa and aonthern Nebraa.a yeater? day. Oolder weather was predicted for last nlgbt Seeretary Greene, of tbe Iowa .State HortiiuUnral Dpartment, yesterda? estimat d that the loaa tn Iowa'e Irnit and vegrtable crop from tbe frefsiDg weather will be between $5,000,000 aod $10,000,000. 8oow waa falliog yeater? day ln maoy parts of Iowa. "YOU WILL BE WELL 8TONG." Jobn Armstroog Ohalooer yeaterday senta messsge from hia coontry home, Merry Mill-, near Oobham, lo his brotber, Robert Wlnthrop, Ohanler, who la to wed the betutlfal prima donns, Lena Oavalieri, bat who has given to the pablic a atatement tbat Bbe did not love her intended bnsband. John Arm atrong Obaloner's meaaago read: "Ex-Sheriff 'Bnb' Ohanler, Windsor Ar cade, Fifth avenne and Forty-aeventb afreet, New York: "Wbat did I tall ycu? I now come 11 be a propbet of first water. Yon will be aa well attog io love as ex-'itu enaot governor waa in politics. Fancy yon will no longer aay I am crazy for advii iog yoa to prepare for allmony aaaiult." Joho Armstrong Obaloner ia now at his conntty home. Followlng tbe mes? ssge to hla brotber yts'erday, Ohalonrr sent a copy ti Richmond with the re qaest tbat the "glad tidiogs" be Bprcad. Ohalooer gave ont ao ioterview io Rich? mond oo tbe day tbe ecgagemett of hia bro'her waa anntuiced. At that time be declared that "Kib" bad beat ? u bis eatttea in the handa ol a truatee to pre* yent ln ure allmooy proceedinga " MR. BRYANAT HOME. William J. Bryao came bome yester day. He reacbed New York fall of en thosiasm about ihe wondrrs of Bjatl America, aod with abao'otely no idea-, ao far aa be waa wllllcg to admir, abont the atate oi arTsira politically io thia con n try. At tbe qaarantioe station a tug, with a receptton committee compoaed of siz men, awaited bis comlog tbrongh the morning. Tbey wrre membera of the 0,r<u_-Navigatora Clu>, of whlcb Mr. Bryan ia a member. There waa oot a polt'can on band to greel bim. Toward noon the fog thinned cui eofficiently to allow the Oaracac to come op tbe bay. Mr. Bryan left Licc la, Neb., on November 16, epending some time in the aoothern statea, On Dece-ber 26 he lefl Key Wsst for Havans. Thence be went to Jamaica, Paoama, Peto, B >? ilvla, Oblli, Argeotine and Brazil, rt torniog by way of Porto Rlco. "The ao'j.'Ct of my trip," he aaid, "was the stady of eoconomic end Bociological conditloiiB in South America " "What are tbe chancea of the denr cratlc partjT" be wbs asked. ' Qjod. always goed," waa tbe ooc-committal reply He went on ti eay tbat be bad beeo oot of tbe cooolry for ao loog tut he had oot been able to ker p op on poliiical cooditioos and conld say little abont the preaert altostion. He thooght, bowever, that tbe chancea of the demo* crats in ihe comlog coognssiooal elrc tlona were aooaoally brlgh*. He| was asked if he woold cooaider anitber candi Jscr for the prealdeocy. "I bave aald all I am golng to say oo thft'injeci," be rtp'ied, emphatlcally "I tbink my po* t oo ia under tx>d per fectly." He addid tbat he hardly thonght it oeceaeary to deoy storiee to the efi.ct tbat be waa to becoaae a caodl date for tbe I'oit d Statea Seoate and tbat he was going to embraoe tbe rrohi bitioa movemeot. '?Did ytu hear ol Dr. Oook?" "Yeas, everywbere I went la 8 u'.b America tba papera said be waa tbere. I met a Texas man wbo said tbat Dr. Oook waa a democrat aod asked me if I did oot bope be bad dlscovered tbe North Pole. I told Jhina tbat wbile I coald ezprf&s do oploloo oo the ooniro veray bttweco Peary aad Oook, I tboogbt, m a geoaral propoiitiOD, tbat WORTH WEIGHT _IN GOLD Lady Lcarned About Cardui, The Woman's Tonir and is Now Enthusiastic in its Praise. Mount Pleasant, Tenn.-"Cardui is all jrou claim for it, and more," writes Mra, M. E. Rail.of this place. "I was a great sufferer for 2 yeari and was very weak, but I learned about Car? dui, and decided to try it Now I am in perfect health. "My daughter, when changing into womanhood, got in very bad health. 1 gave her Cardui and now she enjoyi good health. "Cardui is worth its weight in gold. I recommend it for young and old." Being composed exclusively of harm less vegetable ingredients, with a mild and gentle medicinal action, Cardui is the best medicine for weak, sick girla and women. It has no harsh, powerful, near-pois onous action, like some of the strong minerals and drugs, but helps nature to perform a cure in a natural easy way. Try Cardui. N. R-Wrttt**.? Ladies' Advlsorr Dept. Oiatte. nwii(aMrdicineCo..ChatUnoog-SiTeriri..for'_fCtol Irufrvctfons, and C4-r?ee book. Home Treatmeai (of Women.*-sent ia p_in wrapper, on requcsU a democrat wculd be more likely to dia ccver tbe North Pole tLaa a repnbli. can beciuse the democreta have been oot in the cold a long time and are oscd to1''" ? Obamberlaln'a etomach and Liver TabltU aaslst nature in driving all irn paritlra oat of the system, Insaring a free and rcgu'ar cond'.tion aod r-atoring the organs of the body to bealth and Btrengtb. Sold by W. F. Oreigbton & Oo. aod Richard Gibeon. "ABfeENT TBEATMENT" FATAL. Edward Jordan, 10 yeara old, aon of Edward T. Jordan, a real estate man of dtamlord, Oonn., died yeBterday ol acar let fever after an illneaa of two weeks. Tbe chlld'a parenta, lt la aald, refoaed to glye hlm medical attendance, becaoae such attendance was oppoaed to tha re* liglons bellef of the mother, a Obristlan dcientlst. T. J. Bigg?, hfalth officer, atated yea tarday that be aod Dr. 0. E. Rowell vlslted tbe Jordan bome a week ago aod dlsgoosed the case aa ooe ol acarlet fever, and funlg'td ihe hooae. Dr. Bggs aaid he would call tteat_tioo of the coroner to the deatb. While her son waa ill, Mra. Jordan made the statement over the telephone that tbe boy was re* ceiviog "abaent treatment" from a Obrle tian Bolett at practitiooer. "I am gifiag my son no medicine, and I intend to giye him none," aaid Mra. Jordan. "I real z* th. t Qod Ib wltb me and tbat U? alone can hes] my sod." Many Rrtjuearus from Catarrh suflere-s who meatomizers have cauaed us to putup Liquid Cream Balm, a new and convenient form of Ely'a Cream Balm, the only remedy for Catarrh which can alwaya be depended on. In power to allay inflammation, to cleanse the elogged air paasages, to promote free, natursl breating, the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm ia ?old by all druggists for 75 centa, inoludiug apr.v ingtube. Mailed by Ely Bros., 66 Warreu street, New York._ TRIED TO AWAKEN MOlHER H-aide her dead mother, 6-jear-old Nellie Walsh waa fiuad yesterJay at 413 eist 1231, street New York crylog: "Wake op, mamma, I* 11 be late for school." Neighbora beard tbe girl aobbiog aod notified tbe eaat 126tb itreet atatlon. Two policeman forced tbe door aod aaw the girl koeelicg st tbe side of a bed, cintlooally impli-ring her mctber to "wake op." Dr. Eiliott, of tbe Harlem Hospl'al, said tbe womao, Hanoah Walsh, bad beeo dead tbree hours, appareotly from apoplexy. Nellie said her iatbcr died aeveral yeara ago aod abe waa entirely alooe. Annnal Reuolon, United Confederate Veterana. For above occasion,8outhern Railwav takea plensure in announriiiK excnraion ticket* will be placed on sale Ap-il 23, 24, 2b, Waahine ton to Mcbile. A!*., and retnrn at $20 H0 Correapondintrly low farea from pointa in Virginia. Final return limit May 2, 1910 By depoaiting ticket with special agent, Mo bile, and upon payniert ot fifty cra s, same will be exte-ded to May 19.1**10 Btop overa allowed retnrning within finsl limi'. Consult asenta or write. L. P. BROWN, Gen Agt. ______ __.___3 _3_3_3 ZI-3I-3I CSCSCS _5C5C ccc ccc ?We Want Every | CU To get one of those fU (U handy fU g Can Openers jg fU Given Only to Adults. fjj None to Cbildren. i Iuspect our line of Re | frigtrators and Mattinga. ? jjjJM. Rubcn & Sons fU 601 King Street. B Leadbeater's gnarantwd Oeiry Cough Remedy t? cnre coughs. Wa don't say?or j-onr money back, beoaru* fcbare's aonead, It, area. _5o bottla tM,HMMMMIMHIIMMMMMI>?M Modern and Up-to*Date in Every Respect JIMsBaOimUL BIM Corner King and Royal Streets. CapitaiTiob.OOO In the Savinga Department arerequeited tobnng <> in their pasa books as early ns convenient and * have the interest due April 1 entered in the same. We Solicit Yoor Banking Business. MM?M> MjjLM % % M lf_OiJ___LU>JH|?H CIGARS. oi) vm! mm If yon do you've mlssed half the joya of amokine if you haven't beeu buying the Plantation and Choice Clgara. Dere are Cigars Fit for a Millionaire and at pricea so low everybody can af ford them. For clgara that are trust worthy and that yon duplicate we have them. See that every PUntation is atamped Hamilton & Co. HAMILTON & CO., 323 KING STREET. Thoa- W. Robinaon Makes The Best Concrete For sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. DeaUra in Cement, Lime, Hair, Calcined Plaster, Wall Plaster, Terra Cotta Sewer Pip tp8 6ra and Flue Lining, Fire Bricka, Fire Clay, ate._ Virginia Safe Deposit & Trnst Corporatlon ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. \_.horized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00_ $300,000.00 DIRECTORS. C. J* Rlxey, Joh?* P. Robinson, Thomaa J. Fannon, C C.Leadbeatei Henry K. Field, lhc_ty Baeder, Gror?e S. ^j^* * *? M Norton We act aa Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fide) Ity, Contract, Offidal and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Bu9ines8 Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts We solicit the accounta of Banks, Gorporations, Firms and Individ* aals, and oromise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking method* DO"AS"YOUIa? NEIGHBORS DO. Get your Spring Suit now and pay a little at the time. We have a complete line of Ladies'. Gentlemen's and Boys9 Clothing. The latest fashions of the season. Inspect the goods and convince yourself that ourprices are lower than somewhere else. Goods and perfect fit guaranteed. S. H. BERMAN, 612 King Street apr6 Im ar s YOUR WORDS WILL RING TRUEL If you back them up witb a^ ring chosen here. M you? are ss reliable as our rings. tt she is going to get a srood p husband Of course we are speaking of betrothal rings, | but we have wedding rings, and baby rings, too, for use1 at tbe proper time. They| are prize rings, too, for, beauty, reliability and reas onable cost. H. W. WILDT & 50N. Jewelers lot NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 315 DO YOU READ? if so give us a call wben in need of Book*, Magaziaes and Periodicals, as we carry a full line of them. S- F. Dyson & Bro !W8 KING STREET. Bell Telephone No. 278. Kj0TlcV.-TBRANKrAL MEETING ol ?> tbe atockhollera of the PNE"MATIC TOBU'CvSTEMMEtt COMPANY will be held at the Hotel Fleischmann. in the city of Alaxand.ia, Virginia, on MONDAY, the 25th davof April 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the electbn cfofficers and for the tranaaction of all bcaiofss which may properly come before the meeling. 0. A. PBEV08T, 8ecrttiry. aprli td _,_ Nonaertpspering yoor honse this ipring Climax Wall Paper Cieaner wiil make the old p?per look almo-rt like new. Get it at LeadbeaUr'a. 26c abor._ Trnaaea and eniv the beat tiods aold i e*Aheat*r'n. LeadbeaU r's t herry Cvugh -Jyrnn is pure and easy to _ke. and jon een't beat it ia cnring aougha. Go and tret a bottle now, 38e, Look Over Those Beautiful Homes in Rosemont Nothing like them in Alexandria. Two with six bed rooms?three with four bed rooms. DESCRIPTION Drr, clean, coocrete cellars, fine heating plauts, tutler'a aink io paotry, porcelioe siok io kltcbeo, soapstone wash traye, aervart'a tiilet, bath room with fineat saoitary plambing, beautiful combmation gaa aod electr'o lightiog tlztures, open fireplace, floirs plaioed aod poliahed, wide porohes, fine lswna all shaped up aud graas seed aown, coocrete walka, etc, etc. All in the finest residence section south of New York. Open for inspection. F. L. SLAYiHAKER 313 King Street. Sale of Favorite White Goods Desirable Kinds; Dependable Grades; Low Prices; Including Both Plain and Fancy. ?35c White 36-inch Dress Linens at 25c. 25c Plain Sheer Flaxons at 17c. 25c Stripe and Gheck Flaxons at 15c. 39c Mercerized Batiste at 25c. 25c Mercerized Madras at 18c. 500 36-inch Rough Linen Suitings, all new shades, at 39c. 25c Imported White Dimities at 19c. D. BEIDHEIH & 8018, 316 KING STREET. BUILDING MATEBIAL8. [H_TABI_8HED 18S3.J BEEY 8. HELD k 09. 3-ecesso.s to J081AH H. D. 8MOOT, Lumber and Mill Work OF ALL KIND3. Ume, Cement and Plaiter Offloe and Yard 115 N. Union aireat, F*ctonr No, 111 N. Lee street. J_v**M-terir_ Delivered FBKE ln tha city.. QKOOEBIEb._ "IVTXlOHiNISOiN _; CO., W-OLESALE GB0CEK3. S-N-Tv-L COMMIoSlON M_?.CHAKT And Deaiera la , ALL KINDS OF UQUOBS, Ha7e cn hand Oibson'e XX. XXX, XXX2 tod Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mo-c jrram Whiskiea: also H&ker'sand Thorr.pscn'i Pare Bye Whiskiea, to which tbe/ invite tha attention of the trade, Orders from the ootmtry for n*crcl____ ?hall reoeive prompt attention. Co_riK_n:en-i of Flonr, Grain and Cstmtrj Prodnoe solicited, for whioh they goa-a-.M he hl.heet market nricea and prompt returna N. E oorner Cameron and itoyal Streata, JOHN AHERN & CO., tYHOLESALE AND BETAIL GBOGRRI Ar* Dealer* la PUBE WINES AND LIQGORS, Otrantrr Prodaca received dailj. Our atoel. of Plaia and Fancr Groceriea embraoaa everj thing to M had in thia line. Wa hold largely ln United States bonded ?tua-oaae aad sirnr in stock rarioua brandt of the best PURE BYE AND MALT WHISKIE? -nsde, Have alao in store snperior gradaa a> Foreira and Amerloan WTNKS. AJJ-J, BBOWN 8TODT, eV. JBl nallalsii lini Gtuu?tteed aa to Prioe aat) Qoa!itv.-_a n~--~ Prln-- ? -?* ^"-^rraroa Ht-_*_. taeral Insaranee Igencj LAURENCE STABLER. ????_ Ne. 4. Bnrk. _ Herb.rt BltJy The companiea represeated in thia offloa atvsasaeta of over $100,009,000. Amo-t jtharsara: Hartford Fire Insaranc. Sa, Liverpool _ London _ Olabat. yGtoa Inaurance C-a. Rorthern Aaiuranea Ca. fpriofiiald Flr* dt Marlaa. frompt attent'on given to adjustmanat tr lo?*M aad all maiU?a cotnacUrl -**ith inssu tmtm _-Hlvli 8om? faaiiliee buy five eottles ef Colonial Saraaparilla at a time. It osrtainly i? a gord medicine, and tbey wouldn't be without _it. Six botUea for $2.tO._.Leadb?tt?r,s. TOHW P. ROBIKSOW, OEO. S. FBKNCH President. Seaetary. J Alexandria Fertilizer aid Chemical Company. MANUFACTTJBBBS OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid, Ask yonr dealer for the Alexandria Fer. tili-er & Chemical Co.'a ProdncU. Caparlty: 60,000 tona perannum, Princeaa Street and Potomac River Whtf.r AUxanrMa. Virginia. OTTERBURN Llthia aad Magnesia Spriags WATER. Greatestknown Water for Dys Eepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and Iver Troubles. Lcading Physicians endorse lt ind testify to its great merit FBANK WABFIELD, Draggist SneoMawr to WARFIELD A HALL, ~.0N_ 144 BOLE AGEtf.e q-*7 On??? "-..-*?/ ?nrl Pr<nr* fltrNt' The Best Your Money Can Buy in Ice Cream is "Qnality" Ice Cream BRICK OR BULK. MADE OF Fresh fruits and pure ingredl? enta. Special pricea for churchea and festivah. -0 i_. B LOC 11 Bothphones Notice. The apring examinationa for teaeben, white and colored, will be held in the New School BuiMingon Prince fctre?t, between Patrick and Henry, Alexandria, on TIirtRSDAY. FRIDAY and SA1IRDAY, April 21, 22 and 23, 191C open each day at 9 ?. w. aharp. \pplicanta will furniah ink and pena ard the auperintendent will furniah wniiog paper. Aprlicanta mii't bejninctnal at hour named, V?. B. SWEE-EY, Suparrinaendent. april lOt _ We haf. ahoulder bracea of all kindr. Boy a breathe-rite or knickerbocker for yoor boy or girl. E. S. I.eadheater A fjona, Inc. B? wiee. Ua. Olimax Cleaner to.lMn yonr wail(papar. _* a box at LaadbaaUr'a.