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In Bad Fix
"I had a mishap at the age of 41. which left me in bad fix," writcs Mrs. Georgia Usher.of Conyers, Oa. "I was unconscious for three days, and after that 1 would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. "I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, 80 1 concludea t0 ^^sfrfc^ta'king Cardui, I amso much better and can do all my housework." __?CARDUI J41 The' WomanV Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You mlght f?et in so bad you would find it hard to get out g Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top conditton. Ini this way your troubles, whatever they are will grad uallv grow smaller instead of larger-you will be on the utigrade instead of the down-and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a bottle at your druggists today. Snier Prices Mliracite Coal. 1910. Our 1910 aammerpriceson Anlhracite coal will become eflecUve Monday, May 2nd, There haa neverbeeo a time in the hiato-y of our huainesa when we fe'.t that we were able SKwaia AnibraciU- coal than we ean thia aeaaoo, aa we have ^*>mpleU?l our atrai ceraento ?-, aarorw o -ir ent.re aupply from two Of three of the very boat colliema in The Anu'S region, and w.ll have a coal which ia uoiform in quahty. well prtpartd, aod coai that w.ll ijive far better reealts than the average. ?.,?..,i It isourdeaire to *ive our trade the bt-at valuea thatcan be had, and we earneatly aolicit tbe ordera of our frienda and cuatomera. W. A? SMOOT & CO., Inc. Bell Telephone 19 & r>7 Home Telephone 152 & 57 Order Office, No. 529 King street The Overland factory is at this time 3,000 cars behiod on orders. It is not hot air and it is not advertising bluff when we say that the dtmand for the Overland is prowing like a flood. Theteare actual facts and there is a reason. The very fact that Overlands are hard to get proves tbelr value all tbe more, and they are well worth waiting for. Give us the "wink" and we willtry to get one for you HYERS BROTHERS. 115N.Pittst B. F. Knox Auctioneer. 8ALE OF VALU1BLB BEAL ESTATE. Pl'RSl'ANT to a rfecree of the CorDoration (Vurt of the city of Alexandria, Virfrinis. eutered on the twenty-aiith day of April, 1910, in the chancery auit therein tending, v herein Oweu J. Kugent ia complaineut anri DouglaeeStuartaa truatte and othersare de fsndants, the underaiirned appointed coiMnie ei^neraof sale there n will ofler for aale, at public auctiou, on FRIDAY, the thirteenth day of Mav, 1910, at eUven o'clo.-k a. in., in froct of the Market uild ing on Royal street 1. All tbat lotof ground, with buildinga and improvementg theicm, in the city of Alexandria, Virginia. aituated atthenrrth weat corner of King aod Payne htreets, boaadsd and deacribed aa follows, to wif:? Hegiriuiug at the interaection of King street with the wtat side of Payne atreet, and ruo ning thern* weat on King atieet twenty-four ftet, thenee north parallel to Payne atreet one hundred (100) feet to an alley t?n feet uiilf, th^nce ea>:t ou ?aid alley twenty-four (24) feet to Payne street; aud thenee e< utli on Pajuentreet or.e hundred (10;) feet to the heginning, with right of way over aaid alley, logether with all appurtenuucea to the aaid property be'.onging. 2 Ali that lot of groanl with builriiuga thereon adj'iniug the above property tuua ted on the north aide of King strett between Payne and Wea' atreeta, iutbecitvof Alex? andria, Virginia, and boonded t.a followa, to wi': - Bfginning on the north aide of King atreet, twenty-five (25) feet weatof Payne atrtet; and runninc thenee west on King atreet twenty three (23) feet; thenee north parallel with Payne atreet one hnndred (.(() feet to an alley ten (10) feet wide, leoding into Payne street: thenee e at on aaid olley twenty-three (23) ftet; and thenee aonth in a oirect line ouehundred (100) feet to tle beg nnirg, with right of wav over said alley uud all appur tenancea to th? said property belongmg. Terms of aale". t_ne-thirl rash, and the halanre in eiz and twt-lve nionths from the datecf eale. title to ha t talatad un'il ell the purchahe mouey is paid, and the deferred ?j>u>iMent8 to beevvlenced by not? of the nur ebeaar, bearing *ix per ceut. interest, from thed teofsale;or all cash, at the option of the purchaaer. DOl'GLAia8 STUART, J. K. M. NORTON. O lumifsionera e-f S?le. I, Nevell 8 Greenaway. clerk of the Cor forai.n Court of theeity of Alexandria, Virginia, do certifv that the bond required of the above commiKi>ionera haa be^o given. leate. NEVtLL B. GREENAWAY, Clerk. apri7 td _ PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Buildiog, Paving'and Sewer Brick. Front and Building Sand. WORKS : Hnntlng|Cre?k. \i """-'eohoTie to?. *jhe moat deairable, hygienic, beantifuland economieal w-11 eoating. Alahaatine, for aale by E. 8. Leadbeiter & Kong, luc. Truaaea and; only the beat ainde ?o!d t.eadtaater'a. We ha?# aboulder braees of all kinda. Buy a breath*--'ite or knickerbecker for your boy or girl. E. 8. I eadbeater & 8ona, Ine. If atrueeiaproperly fitted, will not caaac disoouifort. You e?n o?t aroh ?> fit if you go to I<*dr*?Ur>? Ahdeminal BelUfor corpulant pecple.ob ained on apecial order at Leatibtaiei 'a Fresh Country Butter, 30c Eggs, 23c Nice Virgioia Hams, 25c M Shoulders, 20c 2,000 yards Embroidery at cost. A. Q- THOiVlAS, 919 Kiog Street mj9 tf ESTABLISHED 1862. BURKE&HERBERT Bankers. Mo^ernly equipped for banking in ita vari Oaa brancees. Depoeita received snbject to check at alght Collectiona made oo al) pointa. High-grade iuveetment aecuritiea bought and aold. Lettera of Credit ard Foreign Exohange turniahed. rWe Depoait Boxea for rent A SavingR Department in which Lntereat ia allowad on depnaita._ When we came h-re to aet up a place where you coadd get a bite to eat, Some aaid. "Wiby imn you'-s crazv, you're throwing money io the atreet." But the tapeline that tbey measured with waa too pmall to take our aize, For Aleiaodria fouod ua worthy and haa given ua a prize. The man who awinga a hammer aod can land upon the nail. Ia aimply bcund to drive it home, there'a oo fcuob thing hb fail. SYaa, ae bad faith io ouraelvea aod in you. With a r-omruunity of 14,000 persona to make friemis witb aod where we cao perform nae ful asrvii.-ea, and to he in* hu'inea* that we know and fail of aurre-". PUDOI'. IMPOS mble: domtthinkof it: Cameron Dairy Lunch Open all oight. 905 Kiug atreet. OPENINd AND CLOSINO OP MA11S Nortbern maila, week daya, cloee at 8 40a. m. and 10 -40 a. m., and 140, 816 and 10 40 a. m. Open at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m, and 6 00 p. m. On Snodaya Ncrthem maila cloee at 8 45 a. m., 1 40, and 7 15 p. m. Sonthern maila via Sonthern Railway cloee at 10 40 a, m., 4 30 and 10 15 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 4 00 p. m. Sonthern maila, via R, F. A P. R. P., oloae at 9 46 and 1140 a. m? and 350, 7 10 and 10 50 n. m. Open at 8 ard 9 30 a. m., 3 and 10 15 p. m. Manaaaaus Diviaioo maila cloee at 8 15 a. m. and S 60 p. m. Open et 12 m. and 10 15 p, m. Bluemont Bracch, Sonthern Railway, maU oloae ai 7 45 a. m., and S 20 p. m. Open at 9 00 a. n. and 7 00 p. m. Cheeapeske and Ohio maila cloae at 1 40 p. m. ?_d 1016 p. m. Oraen at 8 00 a. m. and 4 00 p. m. Waehington maila cloae at 8 46 and 10 40 a. m? and 1 40, 8 16, and 10 60 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. ci., 13 00 ro. and 6 00 p. m. and 8 30 p. m. Offioe Honre-Open at 800 a, m. Cloae at 800p. m. Sunday Hourt?Open at 9 00 a. m. Cloaa at 1000 a.m. Oarrierv' Schedale? Collectiou made on in aide routea?6 15 and 1000 a. m. and 3 00 and 5 30 p. m. Ft II route?615 a. m. and 5 30 p. m. Sunday oillection 4 46 p, m. Oarriert* v.-indow open Sunday 900 a. m. and oloae tO 00 a. m. Daliveriea made 800a.m. 130 p.m. and 5 00 um. All mail ahould b* iu the ofSoe tas mlnaUa before our indieated time for cloaiog_ No uae rrpapering your houae thia apriog Climax Wall Paper .t/laaner will make Um old paper look almoat lika new. titt it .at Leadbaater'a. _Jcaboj.? _GKO0EBIE8. W. a.TohFison & < o., WHOLE8ALE GROCER/S, eXHXUAX OOMMiaSION MKBCH&HT And Deahm ba ALL KIND8 OF LIOJJOR8. fiava on nand Gihton'a XX, XXX, XXX: *ad Pnre Old Rya, Old Cabinet aci Koai rrem Wbiakiee: aliio Bakor'aand Thcmnecn'. Para Bya Whiakiee, to whieh they Inyite kM attentdon o/the trade, Ordera from the country for marrchaaiW ahall receive prompt attentkm. Oonsigimieuta of Flour, Grain and Omwtr; Prodooe aolicitad, for whioh they gwanirf he higheet rnarket prieaa and prompt retnrn N. E oorner Oamaron and Royal Stnaeia. JOHN AHEKN & C0? ?THOLESALE AND EZTA1L GSCfiBi I Ar1 DeeJara ia PURE W1NE8 AND LIQUOR8. Country Prodnca reoelved daily. Our alcrl of Plaia and Fancy Grooeriea embraoea arverj thing to be bad ln tbia llne. We bold largely ia Onited SUtea boadaa varahoaa* and carrr in rtook varioaa brtn^i ofthebee* _ PUBE BYE AND MAXT WHISKIRP sude. Have alao in atore auperior gradaa * Foreten and Amencaa WINES. AJJS&, BEOWN 8TODT, ofe /?rfittiaiaotlon Gnarantoed aa to Priotev QuaUiv.-** 0?n?? Vrinr- ?--? r*~?m*rt* (Kf**? BTJILDIKG MATEEIALel^ IE8TAELI8HED 18S3.1 B1RT K. FIELD & CO Racoaaaorato JOmkh H. D. 8MOOT, Lurnber and Mill Wor> OF ALL KINC3 LIme, Cemeiit and Pla?tei Offloe aed Yard 116 N. TJnJcn atrawt FactorrNo, 111 N. Lee atreet, Ja#*Material Delivered FREE in tba citj OTTERBUPN Lithia and lagnesla Spriifs WATER. Greatest known Water for Dya pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney ano Liver Troubles. Leading Physiciana endorae 1' and testify to ita great merit. FKANK WARFIELD, Drogfist Suoceeaor to WARFIELD * HALL. 3 NFlfT BOLE AGEN g W rrraer fal ??* *ad Prinra Btwet V IRGINJA?In the CWk'a Offi^e of tha Circuit Coort of the City of Aleian dria, on tbe 7th day of May, 1910, Lucilla R. Pelton ) va. > In ".hancery. CliflonC Pelton. J Memo. TheobjeHof tbia auit ia to obtiin for eomplainauta divorre from the bond rf matrimony from the d*f=ndi.nt and for gene ral relief. It appearing by an affidavit filed in fhi? cauae that Uie defendaot, Clifton C. Pel? ton, ia a noo-reaideot of thia Sute: It ia Ordered, That aiid defeudant appear here within fiftcn daya after due pobli cation of thia order, and do what ia neoeiaary to protest hia ictereat in thi auit, and that a copy of thia order be forth with inaerted io the Alexandria Gaaatt*, a newapaper publiahod in the City of Alex? andria, oor-e a week for four'nuccfB3ive weeka, and po*ted at the front door of the Court Houae of thia city. A copy?t?at?>. NEVELL S GRERNAWAY. Clerk. Lewia H. Mach'n, p q. my7 w4w-a V IRGINIA.?In the Clerk'a offioe of tbe Corporation Court of the city of Alexan dria, on the 2nd day of May 1910. Anuie Jackson ) vb. > In ohanoery. Charlea A. Jackaoo, j Memo. The nbject of thia aoit ia to obtain f<r the complainant an abaolute divorce f om thedefecdsnt, on the gronnda of imlawful f'certion and abandonmmt for the p*riod of three jearapricr to theinstitution of thit auit. It apoeanng by an affilavit fi ed io thia raufe that the defetdant, Charlea A. JiCk fe>, ia a nonreeideut of thia state : lt ieOrdered: That aaid dcfeodaot appear here wifbio fifUen tiayaufter doe publicatitt. ot thia order, ard do what ia neces?arv to pro tect hia intereat in thia auit, and that a copy of thia order oeforthwithinaerted intheAlex andria Gaxette, a newspeper pnbliahed in the City of Alexandria, once a week for four Bucceaaive weeka, and poeted at the froot door of the Oourt House of thia city. A copy.?Tkbtk. NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Sam'l G. Brent, p. o may2 w4w-m V IBGINIA.-Iu the Clerk'a Offiee of the Corporation Court of the City of Alex andria, on the 22nd day of April, 1910. Sabina Sharry} va. > Chancery. Leo Bherry j Memo. TheoVjert of tbiaauit ia to obtain for the corjtpUii.aiit from the defendint an abaolnte dicorce, and for seneral r*lief In appearing b? an effi lavit riled in thie eauae thst the def.'ndant, Leo Fherrv, i-| a non-reaident of thia 8:?te: It ia Ordered, That aaid defendai.t anpear here within fif teen 4aya after dne publication of thia order, and do what ia neet?fary to protect hia in terest in thia anit, and that a copy of thia or? der beforthwith in-eitel in the Alemndria Gezette, a newgpaper puMiaher! in the City of Alexandria, ooreaweek fnr four auceea*ive weekn, aod poat-d at the front door of the Court Ilouae of thia city. A copy?TEbTE. NEVELLh GREENAWAY. Clerk f harlea Ber.dheim, p. q. apr22 w4w-f NOTICE NOTICE Birge Ocrrotoman jint arrivrd witb 700 tooa Best W. A. Stove Coal at loweat SUMMER PRICES. Now ia the tfmetoplace your order. DeW. Aitcheson 107 S tfb Royal 8t. Phone 95-J my4 lOt Cfl3l!Coa!!fOiil! Summer Priccs. WM. H. PECK Bell phone 192. Capital City 192. mj6tf University oi Virginia He?d of Pnblic 8ehool Sreteai of Virg'nie. Lettera, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering LOAN funds AVAILA8LE to needy and dwerving ttudenta. $i0covera all coata to Virginia ttudenta in the Academic DeparUcenta. !?end frr cataloguc. . . Howabd.Wisbtoji, Regtatrar. mj6 w6w-f L'mreraiiy Pcatcfflee, Va. afJlritaMi Ckaztttt, FRIDAY EVENINO. MAY 13 1?H> Wanted?An Interpreter. It waa a ease of aasanlt, and tbe Ut ?rally downtrodden wlfe waa laylng ber grlevances before the magistfate. "He etarted by glvlng me a blfT on the nut," explatned tbe angry com plalnant "My good woman," rebuked the mag lstratc, "you muatn't talk like that bere. I auppoae you mean be .?ive you a blow upon tbe head." "Yus. yer waahup. An' then 'e trled ter do me ln by chuckia' 'la 'baccy box at me." "3y whlch I presume you mean," ln terposed the Justlce of the peace se verely, "that he trled to lnjure you by precipltating hia box of tobacco at you. Pray proceed and avoid elang and lnform the conrt what other ln Jurlcs he lnflicted upon you." "Well, tben, he?er?be"? "Come, come!" snapped the magls trate, really beglnralng to lose hls tera per. "Dora't waste the time of the court." Tho 111 ueed wlfe looked about her helplessly. "Excu8e me, yer wasbup," ahe ex claimed at lengtb, "but I waa wonder ui' what was the pet raarrie in thia 'ere court for a biff on the Jlb!"-London Answera. Woman?and Her Maeter. The puilosopber and bis friend sat far Into tbe nlgtit dlscourslng on thlngs in general and smoking strong sbag. "Woman," said the former oracu larly, "was meant to flll a subordinate posltion ln tho acheme of creatlon. Man ia natnrally her tnaster. 8he cannot rationally oppose bis will. H? ls instinctively and by the law of nat ural selection the domlnant anlmal. Woman may learn to revolt, but she can never learc to rule. She has one mlsslon ln life-tbat of obedlence. Mnn ls born to lead, woman to follow. Man ls born to command, woman to comply. She ls secure only in her weakness. It ls at once her duty and dellgbt to obey her supcrlor and"? Then the door opened, and there ap pearcd the head of a female thereat "Tbeopbilus," said a Btern voice, "bow often bave I told you not to smoke your horrid tobacco ln the 11 brary? It's half past 2, slr. Come to bed instantly." And tho phllosopber slghed, shook hia friend silently by the band and went?London Sketch, A Tempeat In a TeapoL Wbat war waa caused by a clay tea pot? For an answcr to tbis qnestlon we must go, as mlght be Bupposed, to the land of plgtalls and porcelaln. Tbe story gocs that a Chlnese emperor ln olden days gave as a mark of speciai favor a magntflcent elay teapot of raro deslgn to Lo Hung Chang, hia favorlte matklarin. Tnis was lald up as a prlce less possession among tbe treasores of Lo Hung or borne at bis slde by two attendants at all high publlc fesUvals and functlons. A rival mandarln saw these sigus of distlnctlon with tbe green eyes of Jealousy and blred a man to break the obnoxious pot. The clumsy fellow was caught in tbe act and betrayed hia master. War follow ed between the two mandarins and thelr respective followers, which re aultod ln tbe overtbrow and death of Lo Hung Chang and the receptlon of bis rival into royal favor ln hls place. Soot on Hia 8uit. They were Laving a Bpelling leseon at a certaln dlatrlct echool the other day, and the little scholars were all arranged in front of tbe teacher, apell lng away for dear Ufe, trying to see how near they could get to the head. The word "chimney" waa given out to a little black eyed girl who bad been spelling worda correctly througbout the morning, but abe mlssed tbis oue by lnadvertently leavlng out tbe "h." Qulck as a wlnk the little boy next her pounced on the word and apelled it correctly. 'You may go up one, Johnnle," aald the teacher. "I don't want to," whlned Johnnle. gettlng ready to cry. "My mother wo.ild whlp me lf I did, because I'd get all over sooL"?London Fun. Miflht Have Been Put Differently. We cut tbe announcement belcw from a New Zealand paper: "Notice.? The Maorls who are breedlng plgu in Tnkabue, sueb as Mrs. I'eter and Mr. Sam Yates, are gupposed to look after thelr plgs and keep tbem away from rootlng my paddocks, or elso U tbey do not I Bhall sboot every pig I come across. SfJcretary L. HowelL" Thls ls decldedly one of the thlnga that mlght have been put differently.? Westmlnster Gaxette. %n the Road to Learning. "You say you know nothing at all about onr ralrwayf" said the offlcial. "Nothing whatever," answered the appllcant for employment "Well. you come highly recommend ed. 1 suppoae we'U have to put you in the bureau of Information and let the traveling publlc educate yoo."? Wa8hlngton Star. Probably. Myer?I wonder wby Browne added the "e" to bia name after lnherltlng a fortune? Oyer?He probably flgurea out to bia own satlsfaction that rich people are entltled to more ease thao poor people.?London Globe. The Water Jet. Tbe Idea of drivlng plles witb a water Jet waa borrowed by englneera iTom the clam, a amall ahellflsh which burrow8 twelre to forarteen inches Into hard Band or mud by thia procesa. He who llvea in tbe aplrit nerer growa old. Tbe outward man per iahea, bnt tbe lnward man haa a per petual youtr_-Pblllipa Brooka. Uhamberlain'a iHamach and L-ver Tableia wlll cUar tbe acur ttomacb, aweeten the breath and creita a hra tby appet t?. They promote the flaw of g-atrlc joice, thereby indocing graod dlgeetion. 8ild by W. F. Creightan & Oo. and Bichard Glbecra. Altaatioa, the lanitary wall eoating. made in aixteen differcnt tJaaa. You oan gvt it at LeadbaaUra. Modern and Up-to-Date in Every Respect n UL BM Corner King and Royal Streets. CapitaT$iob,000 Ia the Savings Department are requested tobring in their pass books as early ?s convenient and have the interest due April 1 entered in thesame. We Solicit Your Banking Busincss. MMHMMMM<M?MMHMM)MMH< Virgioia Safe Deposit & Trost Corporatioo ALEXANDRIA, ViRGINIA. \uchorized Capital Paid in Capltal $1,000,000.00 _$300,000.00 "15Trect6rs. C J- Rlxey, Joht. P. Robinaon, Thomaa J. Fannoti, C C.Leadbeatei Henry K. Field, ii*,v_ry Baader, George S. Fitrth, J. K M Nortoo We act aa Executor, Adminiatrator and Trustee. Iaaue Fidel ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonda. General Banking and Trust Busiaesa Tranaacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts VVe solicit the accounta of Banka, Corporationa, Firms and Individ jala, and oromiae liberal treatment conaiatent with aound banking nethoda : I r Man Wants ButLittleHere Below but he wants that little good, es pecially when it is in the line of tootwear for tender feet Y'-u not only get it of good quality here, but you ?et good st>le and good comfort in our shoes. The smarte&t thing in foot wear in low cut shoes for warm weatber wear we are offering in men's street pumps, Oxford ties, slip pers and sandaN, that can t be excelled for style, leather, fit or ahape. m^r^^ir. KATZ'S, 400 KING ST. Thos. W. Robinson. LAS CffiT MakesTheBestConcrete For ssle by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. DeeWt in Cemeot, Lime. Hair, Calrined Plaster. Wall Plaster, Terra Cotta Sewer Pip ?P8 6m and Flne Liuing, Fire Bricke, Fire Clay, 4c. FOR RENT. 328 8. Waahiogton, 8 rcosiB and batb.$30.00 1113 Prlnce, 7 rooma and b>tb... 20.00 81(5 S Patrirk, 8 rooma and batb, 15.00 611 Wolfe, 6room*. 13.00 220 N. Pif, 4 rooma. 11.00 527 N. Alfred, 6 rooma.$10 50 219 Wolfe, 6 rocma. 10.50 327 8. Pa'rick, 6 rooma. 9 00 224 N. Pitt, 4 rooma. 8.50 828 Oommerce, 5 rocnu. 6 50 WHITE Relty Iosurance. Bondiog The Firsl Ralional Bank Of Alexandria, Va, G. L. BOOTHE, President.1 GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier M. B. HARLOW, Vice-President J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE GEO. E. WARFIELD| BENOIT BAER, it. JAS F. MUIR M. B. HARLOW WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITfJ. RESOURCES Losoa aod lavcatmenta $884,488 80 U. 8. Boods .... 125.000 00 Banking Honae . . . ,73,291 61 Doe from Banka aod Be aerre Afenta . . . 98,104 41 Oaah.44,553.00 6PerOeot Faad . . . 8,400 00 $1,828,338.42 LIABILITIES. Oapltal.$100 000 00 Sarplneaod Profits . 185,522.51 Olrcolatlon .... 99.60000 Depoiila.842 299 90 Otber Liabllitlea . . 1,416 01 $1,228,838.42 Thia bank with ita ample capltal and anrplna, ita adequate eqnipmeot and facilitiea, aolicita tbe accounta of manufacturere, wholeaalers, retailera and individnala on the beat terma conaiatant with aonnd banking. No acconnt too large to be handled aatiafactorily.none too amall to be appreciated. WAKEFIELD RYE Bfc Headquarters for the best Wines and Liquors in the city LOWENBACH BROS Klng and AHred Streets. LBcth Phone JiAlUttOAUe SOUTflERN RAILWAY Traiiia leave Dnioa Statioa Alaxwdria In Efieot Jannary;3.1910. H, B? Folkrwing acbedole figtuea pebllaher -only aa Infbrmatlon. and are not goarantewd 7:47 A. M.?Daily Localbetween Waabing ton aud Danvillo. 8:47 A. M.?Daily?Loeal lo? Harrleoa aurg, and way etationa, _ _ 9.17 aVM.-Deily-U. 8. Faet Mall. Btc pa ooly for paaeengera for pointa aonth at nrhich acheduled toatop. Flrai elaaa ooachea, aleep iag oars to BirmioKham and drawine-room aleeping cara to New Orleana. Dinini tai arvio*. ? 11.17 A. M -Daily-Mail train. Coechea for Manaflaaa. Charlotteeville, Lyrebburg, Danville aod Grteneboro. fcletpiog cara Greemboroto Atlanta. 1.17 p. m.-Week Daya?Local for War ranton and Stnuthurg Jouction. 4:32 P. M. Daily?Birmingham apectal. Sleeping cara betwean New York, Angneta, Aiken anrj Jackaonville. Sleeper to Blrming ham. Througu tnl-cl?>t coachea between Waabington an<1 JackeonvilU. Dining car aerrica. Tonriat u California foor Uaiea weekly. _ 4:37 P. M.-Week Daya?Local for Hai* riaonb'jrg and way etatioca oa llaaaacaa branch. 5:12 P. M.?Daily?Local for Warraa > an.* Charlotteaville. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Waahington and Cbat tanooga Limittd (via Lynctburg), Firat claaa ooach anr* aleepiog cara to noei. ke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to Ntw Orleana. rti.. ington to Roamke. Diwng oar aenrloe. 11:02 P. M.-Dallv-New York, Atknta and Na> Orleana Limited. All Pollwan train, olcb and ohaervation cari to N?w Or leana. 81e* piog cara to Aaheville, Atlanta Macon and New Orleaot Bleeping cara to Charlotte, Dininr oar Bervic. 4:27 A. M.~Daily?Memphia arecial. Sleeping cara'and coachea for Roanoke, Kocx ville, Naahville, Chattanooga and M.im? phia. Diniug car aervice, Waahington aleeping cara open 10:00 P. U. Througn traina from the douth arri ve at A ? exandria 6:13 and 6:38 ero 10:23 A. M. 2.13, 7:28, 10:23 and 11.68 P. M. daily. Har riaonbur? 11:28 A. M. week daya and S>:18 P. M.dailT From ChailotteevDle9:28 A. M, TRAIN8 ON BLITEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandri* (W. 40. Station, weea daya at 8:22 A. M., 3.56 and 4.66 P. M. for blnemont; 6:33 P.M.wee)/ daya for Leei-burp; 4.66 P. M. daily for Blnemont and Ml Ia 11.. local, on Sundayf only for Bloemoni. Fordetailed aohednle flguree, ticketa, PuU auan reaervation. etc, apply to WILLIAM O. LKHEW. Union Tieke Agent, Alexandna, Va. E. H. COAPMAN. General Uanager S, H. HARDW1CK, Paaa. Traf. Mgr. H. F. CARY. Oeneral Paaaenger Agent. d. S. BROWN, General Agent. _Waahington. D. C. _ Wa?hington, Alexandria ?t Mt. Vernon Railway. In eflect May 1, 1909. U1T1 _LBX?JIDB1A. For Waahington, from oorner Prlnoa aad Royal atreeta, week daya, at540, 605, 6 >', 630, 6 40,6 56,706,716,780, 7 40,7 60,100, 816, 8 25, 835, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 50, 10 10,10 30,10 50,1110,11 26, 11 30, 11 50 a, m., 12 10, 12 26,12 30,12 50, 1 10, 1 26, 1 30. 1 60, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 60,8 06, 3 26, 3 35, 8 St 4 10 4 26, 4 30,4 40, 456, 6 10, 6 26, 6 86, 6<X> 6-f,620, 680, 6?8, 700, 715,7 85. 800. 831,900, 980,1000,1080, 1110 and 1156 P'8undaye-7 00,785,810,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 \.\ 9 40, 100<,10 20, 1040, 1100, 1120 and 11 4J a.m., 1200, 1220, 1240, 1"0 120,140,2 1 2 20,240,3 00,3 20, 3 40,400,4 20,440,5 09 520,640,6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 00, 720, 7 40, 8 >?0 830/ 900, 930, 1000, 10 3*, aud 1110 p.m. rOB MOTJHT VBBKOH. Leave Alexandria for Moont Vernon, week daya, 5 46, 656, 7 56, 851, 1026, 11 26, a. nv 12 26, 125, 2 25, 880, 4 40, 5 86, 6 80, 7 36, 8 60, 9 60, 10 60 tn? 11 60 p. m. ?ondaya-7 00, 8 80, 930,10 30, 11 30 a, m? 12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 430, 680, 680, 780 8 46 and 1" 16 p. m._ Washington Sonthern R/ Sohedale ia etect April 10, 1910. Traina leave Dnion Station for Waahingtor and pointa north at 7 28, 7 43, 8 C8,8 23 a 11 9 68am li 01, 880, 8 07, 8 18, and 11 33 p. m.. daily For Frederiokaburg, Rkhmond and pointa aonth at 4 37, 7 53 (local), and 10 22 a. n , 12 16, 4 22, 4 42, 6 17, 7 42 and 10 17 p. m. Aooommodatien for Fredertcaabnrg a. 1121 a. m. caily. Notb:?Time of arrivala and dcpana." aad oonneetiona not gnaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager, _Riclimonil, Va. BTJ-AMEI^l MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VI1 GINIA RAILWAY C0A)>ANY. SPRING 8CHEDULE. ateaunen of Thia Line Leava AJuand/ia on and arter May 16,1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY, aud BATURDAY at 4:30 p. aa. FOB BALTIMORE AND ALL TUl U8UAL RIVER LANDING8, Colatne and appointmenU uuexceUod. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelpbia tai New York aolioited and handled with eare, Throrgh ratea and billa of lading iaaaed. Single fare to Baltimore, $2,50; ronnd trlp, $8^0. "ttaterooma. ooe way. $1.50. M?ala. rvc, REARDON A GR1ME8, Agenta, 1*?W nf ramproi atroet, Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Company Every day in the ytar for Fort Monroe Norfolk, Newport Newsaml pointaeoutn, via sup?rb, powerful steel pa)a<e steamerH, Southland. Newport News, Nor? folk and Washington. Lv. Wa*h. fi.45 p. m. Lv. A.'ex. 7.00 p m. Ar.Ft.Monro*,7.0Ca.n Ar Norfolk 8.00 a. n>. Ar. Portemouth 8 a.Bi. Lv.Portsmoath 6 p.ru, l.v.Norfolk 6X0 d. m v.Ft. Monre7 p. ro. Ar Alex ?.30a. n?. Ar.Wash. 7.<X? a. n . Throagh connectiona mede at Norfolk with steamere of tbe (>ld Doiuinioi Heamf-lup Compniiy for New V?rk and Merchau'a' au4 Minera' Steaaahipa for Boaton. General TlrketOttVe, 7i0 Hth atreet N W. Bond BuilJing, Washington, D. 0. I h te Main 1 V.O. Seventh atreet wbarf. Phone Slain 3760. Alexandria wbarf f< ot of Princ-e atreet. J W. H. TALLAHAN, aprl lyr General Paseenger Agtnt. J. & h. aitchesonT Machinists and Engineers. Agents Gray fiasolioe Hotors Engineers and Machinists Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Vtlves, Ftc Blacksmithing and Repair ing Promptly Executed The Alexandria Iron works Foundry, Machine, Blacksmitb, and Structural Iron Work. Mannfacturersof Power Tnrbine pumps; will lift water a8 feet. Agenta for Internalional Coal Oil En? gine, a aafe and reliable power. We aohcit yonr ordera on all kinda of Iron worka. Bell Phone 53. c ? 0-o WASHINGTON OFFICE 514 Evana Bnildinp - Pbone Main 7 Cowa and boraea will require leae feed and be worth niueh more to yorj if you fted Leod taater'a Onditioo PowrUre. 20n porkage. Spioed Casior Oil. Mo'bert eapeciaJly craiae it aa the greateat preparauco of it kiod. )f&ur childrtn will like it, too.?.10 p*r',boUl?.oS. *>. ieadbaatar A8oaa m ? ?