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N0.12 ALEXANDRIA. VA. TUE8DAY EVENING MAY 24.1910 PRICEi2 CENTS VOLUME CXL New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters lOOKits Price's Packing. also 50 Pails Herring Roe 90 cents each. Q. W. RAHSAY. Veteran Dust Exterminator Sweeping Compound Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiseptic and Disinfectant Does the Work and is Cheap. For Sale in Any Quantity. G.W. Ramsay. Oaednkr L. Bootbk I I M. B. HABI.OW _S?id?kt. M Vice Preaident.. Gko. E. Wabfikld, Cabhikb. First National Bank, A-BXAX-BIA. VAil Designated Deposltory of tbe United Statee. napiTAL ? fU*.'''' BUBPLIT8 1ND UNDTvTD-O PROFITS ' ' *l7o,WU a _ BoryrnE ^,rtOT,il.B.HA_LOvV ^yggxigL. BMn-V"1 '*' PROPOPALJ-. Proprsals will be received untilitYoon WednVsda/. May V5 1910,, at the City Fngiiieer's office for the following work at the Lee eVhooI for girls. 1 S^ttinK t-ranite curb in concrete ana tay ing guttera. .._,.,. 2 Oradinir and laving concrete aide walke. 3 Grading and surfacing the lot. 4 Manuriug the lot. . . 5Plowing, rollinK. harrowing and aowing the lot with graas seed. Plaos ?nd speciticatima can be seen at tne offic- ofthe City Engineer. S^narate p oposals are required for each itcm of work and the committee ressrves the right to i?j?ot any anrt all propoaalsi, and to award thed,Qcren? itemB to diflereat bidders. LAlRENCESrABLER. Chainniu Committee Hottaea and Furniture nf School Board. _ Iniversity ol Virginia Ueadof Pub'ie S. bool Syatem of Virginia. Lettern, Science, Law, Medicine, Fngineerinn I.OAN FUNDS AVAILABLE ' toneedv and deserving fctudeuta. $10 eovers k11 cokIs to Vllgbala atudenU in the Academic lirptttment*. Send f r catalogue. BOWAVD WunrrON, Keiristrar, my. w6**f Iniversity Pcst ffir-e, Va. just received a &hipment of Popular Copyriflht Fiction to he sold at the popu'ar price of 50c each* S. F. DYSON & BRO. 508 King Street Il'US FOOD STORE. lilliiiid Butter 35c pound Fresh from the churn to you. For years Midland Butter has baen lecognized as the bsst that comea to Alexandria .Special delivery every.Friday. Oall.tyhona, or write. EDWARD QONN&SOMS _t. Assph aud.Oronoco.tJtreeU., mjl?3t __flftw>ra (g-azrttt. FBBLI8HB- D-I-Y _?TD ?!??1"'JTAT, GAZETTE BUILDINO. 810 * 312 PRLNCl RTREKT [Entered at the Poatoffioa of Aiaxaadrla, "Ir ainia. aa eaoond-olaaa maUer.l .bb_b: Dally-i year. |6KW 6 months $2:60: 3 montha, $1_S; 1 month, tftwots; 1 weak, 10 oenta. _._._. Tri-weekly-1 year, $8.00; 6 montha, $1.50 8 months, 75 cenU: 1 month. 25 oenta. Oontrect advertiaera will not be allowed to ex* oeed their space unleas theexceee ia paid for at transient ratea, and under no circum* trtances wUJ they be allowed to advartlse other than their legitimate buflineea In he space eontracted for. Baeolutions in memonam, of thanks, trlpntas of respect, reaolutions adopted by sooleuaa or peraona, unletta of public concern, will nly bo printed in tha paper aa advartlse* menta. MEMORIAL DAY. TO THK < ONFEDEBATK DKAI). Coinpoaed by Mary M. Swann. (Copyright appliel for.) Today we decorate the grave Of General Lee, tbe gteat aud brave, Most noble, true Bnd raithful man. For four long years he led the van. The wreath that crowns the victor s brow ls hik?'twa* cruel fite to bow To he-ven's decree?-to nnbind By war the captive, that mankind Might dwell al.ke?not bond, but free? Witbiu this l?nd of liberty. Pucoesa waa bis?the un-een hand Which led the way and held command Made him coiqueror in the fight He had espoused for God and right, To work His will?then, at his word, That victory mu>t be trausferred. Strew flowers on tbe soldiers graves, O'er his men, wl o fou_ht to save Our homes, our light*, onr southern land, Invadel b) oppiemor's band; Bome down upon by northern hordes In '61, with glittering twards, Abolisbiug, with bugle Hast, An institution in the paat, Rfsred by them, and thus created, 'TU tbe touth was devaauted. Their traffic then, for greed of gain, Is now no longer to remain, Becanae tbat greed, not fed. they boast The love of liberty must coat Their brothers' blood. To f ee the slave Each man haa filled a martjr's grave. RIOT INTHE PENIIENTARY. A riot in the ? ati prlson at R.ch* mond, the most aerioas tbat haa broken ont io yeara, waa _n.de >>iblic by guperlntendet/t J. B. Wood yesterday. Several men, mostly colored, were more cr leas aerkudy itjared in tbe riot, wbich occnrred in a fi tlog room of the ahoe fsctory, a few daye ago. The trouble atarted when Guard E W. Payoe ordered Gserge Miller and Willia- Johnaoa, colored, who bad arisen from tbeir aea'e and eagaged in a fight, to ait down. Mdier refuacd to obey and backed into a ooroer. The guard followed blm aod, af'er re peatedly orderiog him to reiura to his bench, fioally Btrack him on the head witb a clob. In fallicg, the ocgro grapp;d Payne abont the lega, and in a twlakiing the 145 men employed tbere rose to their feet aod a general melee waa prec i> tated. Beveral ruihed opon tbe gaard, while olhera, ne-rly all of wbom were wbltee, went to hia asaiataoce. Tbe fight waged furionaly fir some minntea, the men throwing iron caps, wtighlng abont ooe pound eacb, and huje wooden epools at each otber from be hltid beocbea and tibles. In tbe midst ol tbe batlle, Guarda W. L Ddmoo and W. M. Shaw and Foreman J. H. Powtll arrived on the acene and after a Btrenuous cbarge upon tie mob, fioally reatored order. Wben it wta over, it waa found tbat fuliy a dtzeo of tbe participante, all convicta aud moslly negroeB, bad been iojured, several of them bsdly cut about the brad and face. All the men in aoy way connettid were sommoned before Soperlctjndent WtoJ, wbo Immedla* tely acted upon tbeir cases. Johnson and Miller got tbe ball aud chain pen* altr. Thesoperlotendent said yeaterday tbat itla his Intenlion to present tbe namesof the men wbo alded tbe gusrdr, whi have aerved half their sentencea, io the board of dlrectora of tbe priaon, with the rec .mmendstion that tiey be given a full pardon. In the case of two of ihe men, wbo bad not yet aerved half their time, be wcu'd recommeod tbat extreme leniency be abown them by Goveroor Maoo. Uhamberlaln'a t;t mach and Livir Tablets will clrar tbe sour atomach, atveeten the breatb aod creiti a hratby appet ts. Tbey promote tbe fluw of gaatric jaice, thereby indncing good dlgestlon. 3>ld by W. F. Crelgbtan & Oo. and Ricbard Glbe.rj. THE POPE AND BI-1I0P PA.RET. A osblegram from Uome pablished Id Near Yoik yesterday sayc "Great aurprUe bas been felt tbe pas week Id Rome nn acccuut of the ex traotdloary ootbutt Id a section ol tae American preae rgsrding the recent visit here ol Dr William Paret, Epl? copal bishop of MsrylaDd. Os-lng t) a fslse cable dispatch otht. Episcopsl bishops have wrlit o to the press dt oouncmg "the intoleraDca and diaconr* tesy" ol Oardinal Merry del Val, pspal seeretary ol State, wbo is accoseil of bavlcg replied to tbe bisbop's rrquest for sn audieoce wlth the pope ibat his holiness waa nether a plctore Inor e stuus t? be iospHtid or cntlcised No iu*b messsge evir waa eeot by Oardinal Mtrry del Val or anybedy else. The real fact* of the caae are aa follows: V.iabop Partt csme to Rome wit. a Ktt-rof intr ductioo to the cardioal stcritiry oi ?**:..te, ln wblch he was recommended lor ao sadlencc. Ia dus course tbe bisbop wts Informed that he woold be admitt- d to the pope'a preeeoce oo Apiil 17. Uofortaoately he had already maie all a-rangem.oti to ltare Rome for Florence od April 15, so he aent a note aayiog be greatly regretted tbat he w:u'd oot be able t > avsil him? self cf the great privilrg* on scccu .t ol arrangeme its he had made. The b sbop himself hia beeo greatly paioad over the dlstnrbaoce msde abtut bim ln America aod bas wrl.ten t) a friend io Rome complaioing of the Dt'erly fslse ttatemeot made in the cable dispBtch and deoyiog that Cardinal Merry del Val trutsd hlm with great discocrtesy, tbat ao audieoce wiih tbe pope had TERRIBLE STRAIN RESULTED NOT AMISS A Lenoir Lady, After Two Weeki Grinding Labor. Fcels Better Than Ever. i Lenoir, N. C.?"I am not tired at all, ind am stouter than I have ever been," writes Mrs. Kate Waters, of Lenoir, N. O, "although I have just finished a two weeks" wash. I lay my strength to Cardui, the woman's tonic. I have taken a lot of it and I can never praise it enough for what it has done for me. I can never thank you enough for the ad? vice you gave me, to take Cardui, for since taking it I look so well and am stout as a mule." You are urged to take Cardui, that gen tle, vegetable tonic, for weak women. IU use will strengthen and build up your sys tem, relieve or prevent headache, back ache and the ailments of weak women. It wiii surely help you.as ithashelped thousands of others, in the past 50 years. N B ? Wrttt to: Ladiea' Advl-ory Dept.. Chitls nnoga Medicine Co. Cliatranooga. Tenn., for Special *ok. Home Treitme-' rappcr. oo rcqucsL lnttructioni. and 64-paee book. Home Treatmcnt for Women, sent in pUin wrapi beeo refased tr tbat he bad beeo ad dressed dlscotrrteoaaly. He says be greatly regrets thst thssr fslse itaUmeots shiuld have beeo puMahed." Fifty yeara'experience of an Old Nnrae Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Hyrup is tbe preccription of oue of the best feiuaJe physic ians and nurses in the United fli'-tes, and has been nsed for fifty yeara with never-fail ine succesa by millions of mothers for their children. It relievea the child Irota pain, cures diarrliwa, griping in the bowels, and wind colic. By giving health to the cnlld If ests the mother. Twentv ?-? cents a bottle Southern 1 xhlbit Atlanta, Ga., May 33?In conn*cMon with the work it is doing in exploiting ths reaorces of the South with the pur pose of attracting desirable aettlera, the Southern Railway Company announced today tbat during the coming fall it will make display. of southern products at a number of important faira in the North and West where they will be wi!n?ssed by at last a million people outside the Soutb. M. V. Richards, Land and Induatrial Agent, Washin?ton, will make the ex hibita for the Sonthern Railway systtu and all who are interested should com municate with him. giving information about the material they can furnish, so that proper Instructlons may be given as to ahippin). producta for display. A letter to any of them or to Mr. Richards will recelve prompt attentior. The determination of the Southern Railway Company to make auch exten sl ve exhibits of the resorces and producta of tbe South at expositions anu fairs in the North and Weat thia fall is due to the aplendid resul.s received from such work in the past. The severest winl storm ever known there thrtatened the town of Tappaban nock yesterday afternoon.The wind blew down buildings, moved houEes, snd awept off fruit trees aud brautlful shade trees level with the ground. The First Baptiat Church, the largeat and band aomeat church in town, is a to'al wreck. So far as heard from, the atorm was con fined to the immediate vicinity of Tappa hacnock. WEEK END TICKET8. Looal we?- end tickets Wa*hing!on to 8omeraet, Warrentoo, Harrisonburg, Blue? mont and intermediete stations aold on 8at urdays snd Suniays, valid for return on Mnndav a-. very low farea, will be place 1 on sale by Southern Bailway at Washington, D. C , beginning 8ATURDAY, May 2oth, and cout nuing until October 2, incluslve I. P. BROWN, Gen ral Agent. BEDDLNG PLANT8 OK ALL KIXDH Large Geraniums one dollar per dozen, THE KRAMER FLORAL 00. 818 King and IKnorthl FayetU street, WANTED. A good WHITE MAN for [the 'stable at Ravenswort'i. Write to Mrs, LEE, Burke, Virginia._marll tf NOTICE.?Having qnalifijd aa execntor of the eatate of MARY H. Ll'NT. deceued, all peraoos having claim* against tbe said estate are herebr notifie.i to preaent the same tone duly vsrified f >r settlemen'., and all peraona indebted to sa d eatate are hereby not fiei tn make prompt payment of their iudebtednisa to me. BAMl'ELH Ll'NT, may 17 lOt Eiecntor. MONEY TO LOAN at five per cent aim ple intereat cn citv or rounty property in and around Alexandria.Seven and oae half years. time given on loan. Loan can be repayed in installmeot- if yon cbose atopping intereat. I<oans are made in full vaiuation of real estate or we will buy yoa a lot and build a house for you 8*e our Mr. Hargrave at The Ramniel. THFRSDaY, May 26th, there on thst d?te onlr. Don't foreet Ihe date. THE NATIONAL HOMETURCHASING A8SOCIATION, INC. 1301 eaat Main street, Richmoud, Va* may!7 td ? _ ?_?_*!**a>."a***_ i_5B__i__i !____(__? ccc ccc _~.ee ccc Protect | Your | Books | 9! Call and Iet ua ahow JU you the advaotage of ffi the Gunn SectionaljX Book Caaea. rJ Also Typewriter and fy other Deska- jsTj ~~ Si jjjlH. Ruben & Sonsg fU 601 Kiog Street ffi 01 i Double Value Sale This Week. 75 Women's Lawn Shirt Waist Suits, made of fine sheer white lawn, trimmed with bandsome Swiss Embroidery; the cheapest in the lot are $5 up to $5.50. All go at $2 a suit. The waist or skirt by itself is worth more than the price we _sk Trimmed Hats for Women and Children greatly reduced. Men's and Women's Umbrellas, worth $1 50, at 88c. $1 Wrappers, all sizes and colors, ooe, Window Shades Made to Order ROSENFELD'S 518-20 Street, Alexandria, Vt. mHM?MMIMMMMMMMMMvM t BE SURE H RIGHT | SEE-OUR 1 CLOTHES, MANHATTAN X SBIRTS, t P^aV'm^tS POBOUS s_ UNDERWEAR CHAYrECLER NECKTIES SUMMER C0LL4RS STRAWUAIS ? Kaufmann Bros, 4?2._5 KING ST. | ??????????????????????????????????* CIGARS ?00 WILL HJIY Yjoraelf all tbroagh life lf yoa tne csu* tion. G.ve an attentlve ear, and LISTEN TO US ABOUT CIGARS, Aft <r listeoiog act oo oar advice by tu/ iog yonr suppiirs of aa. IT'SALUXURY SMOK ING CIGARS From cur stock. HAMIUTON <& CO., 323 KING STREET. F. 8. Harper ia aoleagert fcr oor Plantatlon Q'gar._ Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA,, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00_ $300,000.00 "DIRECTORS. C. J. Rixey, Johti P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C GLeadbeater Henry K. Field, htLty Baader, George S. f"_c^ J. K. M Norton We act aa Executor, Admlnlatrator and Trustee* lasue Fidel Ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonda. General Banking and Trust Buslnesa Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounta We solicit the accounta of Banks, Corporations, Firma and Iodiyid uals, and oromiae Uberal treatment conaiatent with aound banking methoda._ VIEETINO OF 8TOCKBOLDEB<.-The I'l snnuil mreiing tf the stoekbolders of the *. J. RENNETT COMPANY, Incor porated, will be h-ld at the officea of the oonipany at 105 N. W-vSington street. Alex acdria, Virginia, on Tl'EsDAY, the 7th day ol Jane, 19to, tt 4 oVlock. p m.. for tbe election of offi -ers snd directora for the ensu ing year an 1 f * tbe tranaict'on of any other businesa which may properly come before snch meeting. G. I. BAKER, A.J.BEKNETI. Secretary. President. may23 ?w_ No use repaperiDf yonr hcnas thia sprinf Climax Wall Paper .Clsaner will make tha old paper look almoat like new. Get it .at LeadhawaUr's. 3rVi > hov._ Traases and. only tha best. ainda aold _eadbeaWr'a. The Best of Everything. RED CEDAR FLAKES Asure prctection against moths. 10c large package TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 King Street, Citizcns' National Bank of Alexandria, Va. CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS $125,060. OFFICERS: President, Vice President, Edward L. Daingerfield; Carroll Pierce, Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRECTORS: J. C. Smoot, Edward L. Daingerfield, Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish, Carroll Pierce Vi. A. Ahern, Urban S* Lambert KESOI/KC-.S, | ?.IABI-ITIE9, Loans ..... $678,825.54 Capital .... 1100,00000 U. 8. Bonds to se cure circulation . 100,000.00 Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . . 1,00000 Other Bonds and Stocks . . . 55,17406 Banking House & Real Estate . . 52.856.97 Oash . . 48,308 55 Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 131,979 36 180,?87.91 Surplus .... lAO.OOOOO Undivided Profits 22,754 19 Circulation . Deposits . . U. S. Deposit 96,300 00 748,090 29 1,000,00 $1.0(8.144 48 ESTABLISHED 1870. First of the Season. Steamed Hard Shell Crabs, Devlled Crabs,iLittle Neck Clams for lunch, dinner or supper. TRe RAMMEi CAFE Both Telehonesi FOR RENT. 328 8. Washington, 8 rooma and bath.130.00 1113 Prince, 7 rooms and b.tb... 20.00 316 S Patrick, 8 rooms and batb, lr>.00 511 Wolfe, 6 rooma. 13.00 220 N. P.f, 4 rooms. 11.00 527 N. Alfred, G rooms.$10.50 219 Wolfe, 6 rooma. 10.50 827 8. Palrlckr, 6 rooma. 9 00 224 N. Pitt, 4 tooma. 8.50 328 Commerce, 5 room:. 6 50 Wm ? | "T ET Realty, Bi I I C Insurance Bonding Electric Liglits Do oot tequire the use of matches; do oot vitiate the atooofphere; do not smoke op the wall paper aod other decorit'oos. Let as provs t) yoa tbat electrlc Ity Is.the aafest, most coaveoleot and mo-t ecooo-Ical meaoa of illuaoi* OBtlOD. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 KING STREEf._ General Insaranee Agency LAURENCE STABLER, goorn No, 4, Barke Ot Merbert Bldj* The compaales repreeeuted ln this offlci tuveaaseU of over 1100,003,000. Amon? ithers ara: _ Hartford Plre Insaranee 0a? Uverpool tk London _ Glebs. /_tna Insuranca Co. Northern Assuranco C*a. fprlngfleid Flrsj _ Marlaa*. Prompt attention given to adjuatneni 0 tcease aad all ma-Uri cocnaot?d -1th Inaar ROlMWfi_-S MANLs/ACTL'KER OF PERTIUIZBRS Offick and Stoeba: 115*117 N. Royal St. Dealer in I lard ware, Paints, Agri cultural Irnplements, Vehiciea, Harness, Field and Gaiden Seeds. WABBHOtHKS,' BOCTH 0*9101 KT.'.KKT, ON 1.1 NK 0? HOITHI_UI KAII.WAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will always keep in stock the higheet grade of these articlea.'_ juu___-_i*lijl_, CTLABBirCB 0- -BADBBATBB, P**eaida_l. ?DWABD8. LBA.DBBATBB, Vi<_Pre_d?nt, roior lbadbbatbb. 8ec. and Treae_rer BBZABLISHED 1703, (UrOOBPOEAI?O.) I ai l e Mannfacturing Pharmacists and Dealers in PainU, Oils, Window Glase. Dyeatnff", 8pic_, DruKKist's Fancy Goods; and Specialtiee, Irn porters of Tooth Brashea, Hair Bruabee, Per* umery, Olive Oil, 4c. Agents for John Lucaa A Co.'s Tinted Olcat PainU, Masnry's Liquid Colora and Devoe's Lead and Zinc PainU. Goods shipped the day order is reoeived QuoUtiona furnished by retora mail. Cor* reapondeuce aolicited. _ Fresh Country Butter, 30c ?? M Egga, 23c Nice Virgioia Hams, 25c m ?? Shoulders, 20c 2,000 yards Embroklery at cost. A. Q- THOMAS, 919 King Street. my9 tf_ Virgima Military Inbtitute LlStNGTO*.. V?. T_ Bn.ru "friailor.. _&a-_U_*J ?*_r.- nU>* ???? -f app.,iM *TAr? I U>ET? I W ???"'" '" t!?"lh. I I?. !??? K'b. ?" ' ? "'"'U '. t. ?D.ui?..'i>AT__iia Th**????'*"-,l*__*_____,'__i; f-.b_r4_d.all_i.. ?:,u__vi^oot^-i?w. >?ti.oi.-r*a.;? r aprl5tm;26*to,fri Ice Cream ?&_ B RICK ICE CREAM, spe cial for entertainments, receptions, parties of all kinds. Serve Bloch's Ice Cream, it is always the best. 0 0 0 lla pLOwH Pothphnnea Phone 281. Greenhousea S. Patrick SU D. 0. Qrillbortzer Bedding Plants and Geraniums, $1.00 per dozen. FUNERAL WORK Promptlyjattended to. Delivered to al I'.parts ofthe city. Satisfaction guaranteed. feb22tf John P. BOHXMK* Gko. S. FBMCH Preaident. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer aad Chemical Compaay. MAKUFACTUBKRfl Ot Fertilizer8, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid, Aak yonr dealer for the Aleyandria Fer tifixer & Chemical Co.'a Prodncta. Capaelty:'SO,000 tona peraniium, Prinoeaa Btreet and Potomac River Whfcf.r AlarandrU .Virginia PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Pavingjand Sewer Brick, Front and Building Sand, WORKS : HuntingJCreek. yi 'r-?1eTjhone roy. IFuXAKDnll! You have appreciated the irood services of tbe Cameron Dairy Lunch and now that our suc? cess is assured, we add another handsome fixture to our busi We say a preat deal to thia com* munity and we now give em phasis to our window an* nouncements through an elab* orate -tettiog We keep our Lunch up to a high standard so that it shall merit many nice things-you say of it. Cameron DAIRY LUNCH. Open all night. 906 King street myi - ltr Rose Bushes $100 Per Dozen. C. A..8HAFFER A CO. Bell Telephone 176, may4 lw?