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TlEXANDRIA.VA. WEDXESDAY EVENING MAY 25, 1910. PRICE 2 CBNT8 VOLUME CXI." New Potomac Family Roe Herring, 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits Price's Packing. also 50 Pails Herring Roe 90 cents eacb, Q. W. RAHS AY. Veteran Dust Exterminator Sweeping Compound Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiseptic and Disinfectant Does the Work and isCheap. For Sale in Any Quantity.; Q.W. Ramsay. Gabdnbb L. Boothb I I M. V^J PBKMDBNT. J I Vice Preaident.. Gao. E. Wabfibld, Cabhibb. First National Bank, AX-Z-KD-U, VA-l Deslgnatetl Depoeltory of t_te United Btatee. CAPITAL ___JL _J eoWM 80BPLD8 AND UNDIVIDKD PBOFITB ? "_ ? ? %t7b,WU 8. L. BOOTHE, ?in*?nt M. B.HABLOW O. E. WARFlFLD, J. *>*?}& WALTER KOBERT8, ??? "*-?-*? "*?*? FRANCIB L. S-ITH._ PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Pavingfand Sewer Brick. Front and Building Sand. WORKS: H-ntingJCreak. ? l '?'?-leohone 107. Univcrsity ol Virginia Head of Pub'.ic School SyBtem of Virg >nis. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE'J to netdy and deeerving students. $10 covers all coats to Virginia atudenta in the Academic Depirtment*. s-end f< r catalogue. HOWABO Wixktox, Kegistrar.. myti w6wf 1'niTeraity Poatoffice, Va. JustHreceived a shipment of Popular Copyright Fiction to be sold at the popu'ar price of 50c eachi S. F. DYSON & BRO. 508 King Street. PURE FOOD STORE. liilliiml Batter 35c pound Fresh from the churn to you. For years Midland Butter haa been iecogn'zed as the best that comes to Alexandria. Special delivery everylFriday. Call,^phone, or write. EDWARD QUINN & SOMS [-_ SuJAsiph an-.Orooc-eo|-}tree_.l asyl* 3t __ta^tW=_%Wttf. aI_S?o_7Nr.!ifi,S?V?5Tci ftTRKET [Entered at the Portoffloe 'of Alexandria, ~li Ba, aa saoond-clafle matter.l T_BM8: Daily-i yaar, $5:00 fl months fPSO: 3 montha, $1_-. i month, 48 oents: week, 10 oenta. __ * _ . __,__, Trl-weekly-1 year, IS.00; 6 montha, $1.50 g months, 75 oenta: 1 month. 25 oenta. Oontract advertiaera will not be allowed toex* oeed their space nnleas theexoeea is paid for at tranaient ratea, and nnder no circum. ?rtanoea will they be allowwl to advertlae other than their legitimate buaineBB In he ?paoe contracted for. ReaolationB in memonam, of thanks, tnnatea of reapect, reaolutiona adopted by aooietaes or persons, nnleas of pnblio oonoern, will nly be printed in ihe paper as advertiaa menta. _^_ SEVERE 8TORMS. Wilmlogton, Dei., last night was In darkneaa, atreet car traffic tied op, tud nesa ata atandstlll, and tbe reaide&ti in terror, aa tbe reaalt ofa atorm of cyclooic proportlona which ewipt over the city abcir. 7;J!0 o'clock yeaterday eveoing. The wind blew at the rate ol 70 rnilea ac taoor, eod lt waa accompanied by a ter rific downponr ol rain aod aaevere elec trlcal atorm. Jan aa the atorm broke lightnlog attock tbe plantof toe Wilmlcgton Elec? tric Oompany aod afire broke aul ln tbe building which waa practicaily destroyed witb all tbe macbienry. It waa thia plant tbat fumished elec? tric light for the city streets aod for hondreda of tuilneaa honses and bomee. Aa a resnlt of lu destiuitlon tie atreetB were dark, sbops and stores bad to close their doors and boases were left ln totel darkneas. The light compaoy ia a aob aldiary conceru of tbe Wilmlogton C tf Railway Compaoy, and the power lor the atreet car linea of tbe la tu was aecored ihrongh tbe lightlng plant. The severest wiod aod raiostorm lo years swept Williamspott, Md, and vlciolty at 4 o'clock yeaterday afternoon dolng wldtspread damage, to propnty aod growlog cropa. The rainfall waa like a cloudburst aod deloged ihe cca ity for mllea aroood. Acrea of wheat aod coro aod poblic roada were fl loded aod badly waahed. Nearly one-fonrth of the wheat crop waa bettao fl 11 j the earth. Tbe lower atctiooa of Williama port were Inandsted by surface watu from tbe atreots, aod the cellara from a nu-ber of boases and gardena were floodad. All oi the small atreama were risiog last night. Much dsmage waa done by the wind, which bad almoat tbe velocity of a burrlcane. Soade aod froit treea were broken down, window glass were ahattered aod other damage was done. The tterp'e of the Mtthc dist church waa daaaaged etier by lightnlng or wiod. The atorm waa geoeral along the Potomao river. The electrio llgbtaiog system of the town waa pal out of commlsaion for several boore. Tbe ooaettled weather lo eiatero aod ceotral Pennaylvaola the laat aeveral daya culminated ye-tuday afternoon aod laat olgbt ia the worat electrical atorms ol the aeasoo, nearly every pirt of tbe atate belog vlaited by severe diatnrj aocea. Two meo were iostaoly kiiled by lightnlng laat night while reuraiog from work in a coal mine at Moaot Osrmel, Pa , yesterday. Tbe atorma in aeveral directiooa were accompanied by ball, especlally at Harrlaburj, aod by heavy raloa. Telfgraphlc aerviee was Boriooaly ioterferred with io tbe late afternoon aod durlog tbe oight. A atorm that laveled graio to the grooDd, oprooted treea aod tore dowo fences swrpt tv.r York, Pa.. and vici nlty at 7 o'clock jeBtrrdaj eveotog. Tbe storm wbb aevere io Biltmore aod vlciolty. The large double coaster racer io conrae of constnution at Luaa Park, at tbe weatern eod of Bs.timoie atreet, waa atruck by llghtoiog acd demoliabed. Tbe damage to trees waa exteoatve al over tbe oity, Louhe Ycuag, a colored girl, aged 6 yeara, waa kiiled by a skvDght that had beeo blown from the Floreoce Ocurt apartmeot honse, at Oallfcroia avetm aod Phelpa place, WssblDgton wbile tbe atorm waa raglog. Treea were blown down, aod incu-erabla branchesstuwed the atreeta aod parka wbeo tbe wind atopped blowing. Flaahea of llghtoiog and sharp clapa of thnndfr accompanied the wind and a downponr of rain, wblch cooled tbe oppreaaive atmosphere. Uhamberlaln'a Stimach aod Livcr Tablets will clear the aour stomasb, aaeeten tbe breath and crest) a hia thy appetit?. Tbey promote tbe flow of gaatric joice, thereby iodnciog good dlgestlon. Sold by W. F. Creigbt.n A Oo. aod Richard Glbaco. DE1TH FROM NOXIOD8 OASEr?. Oharlea Oou;ter Dickioaoo, former preaident of the Oaroegie Trust Com? paoy lu'.borlty on maoy fioaoc'al aob* j?ct8 and largely known io the fioaocial world, died yeaterday io a boap tal in New York as a rcu't of iobaliog uox i )qb gaaea, following an expioaion in a chemical laboratory. Tbe banker in compaoy with bia brotber, 6. 0. Dickloaon, aod a friend, went to .craoton a week ago to witneaa ao experimeottt'oo inacbemical labora? tory there. Tbe brother of tbe dead banker said tbat tbere waa an expioaion aod the room waa filled with gaa. Tbe banker gasping for breatb, waa removed to a bct-1, and later brongtt to New York. The friend of Mr. Dickloaon, wbose name haa not been made known, alao waa broaght to New York and hia condition Ib aerit ui. No information baa ao far been ob taioed coocerolog tbe oature of tbe ex* perlmeot. OOMETERY NOTB8. Forty degrees ol nesrborn tail for tbe comit and doubling oi ita lu-ninosi'.y owlog to flsming hydr:*carbon gaa were recorded by the astrooomers at Williama Bay Obairvatory, Chicago, Monday, night, after the spectographic negatlves had been|developsd. Prof. E, D Eroesi, director of tbe observakr/, announced the reiuld ol the compolationi. "Fcur of oa lo fodependent calcolatiors agne tbat the near tail of the comtt it 40* loog," he said. "Tbe ioternel act r.ty of the comet is io fall blsst. It is making gaa at a terrlfic rate." The latest discoverj by Freoch aatron omera ls tbat the comet now lo the weeterrlaky is mt Halley's, which, ac coroiog|to the astrooomera, wlll not be visible attil Augast or September next. Never hesltate abcut gifiog Obambe lalo'a Ooogb Remedy to children. It cootaios oo oplom or otber oarctt ce aod can be glveo wlth impllclt cotfiience. As a qnlck core for coogha aod coids to wbicb childreo are suscap'ible, lt is om u ? passed. 8old by W. F. Oreighton A Oo.iod Richard G bsoo. FRIE3T ANDGIRL ELPOE. My Darllog Mamaas: Ojr wlshes are acoomplished. Wearemsrried. Kisses andregards. Kathkrin-. By this brlef telcgram Mr. aod Mrs. Fraoz Jubann, of Treoton, N. J , learo* ed that tbeir pret'y 16-jear-oid dangbt-r Katberine bad become ihe wife of R'f. Father Alphooee M. Ooosali zo, a Ro* man Oaibolic prleat of tbe dlocese of Trentoo. Farther Information disclosed tbat Fatber Oonsala-'o, wbose atten* tions to Miss Johaoo had beeo made a mbj?ctof Uqalry by Bisbop McF?ul, bad accompaoied ber t) Atlaotlc Oity Monday afteroooo. Oo tbst oigbt the girl aod Father Oonsala-'o were mar? ried at the bome of a friend of the girl io Atlaotlc Oity. Father Ooosalszlo had served io the Trentoo dlocese for a namber of yeara, beiog stationed most of ibe time at a ctuch in tbe ficinlty of Prlocetoo. The iocreasini* frrqaency of Ibe prltst's v'slts to the Jobaoo bome canscd tbe yoong girl's pareota some nneasioess. Mr. Johaoo, a oat'veof A'aacr-Lor* raioe and adevoat Oilhelic, wss trnnled beciuie he feared bis d>u_ltr's head had been turnid. The act onaof Father Oonsalscio were reported to B.ahop Mc* Fsul aod he at ooce started ao iuve-t - gation of tbe rnmors. Tbis was follow? ed by ihe disappearance of Faiber Oon saUzio frjm tbe diocese, two weeks ago. Sioce tbat time udll yeaterday the bishop bad beaid nothing aa to his wbereabou's. _ J. aad f. Ocudn's Fioe Lastral Oolt and Black Rusaia Lositaoia Puanps aod Oxfords. Weldt aod Taro'a price $5 00; onr price $4 00. J. A. Marahall &Bro., 422 King atreet. MORE DI-ORDER IN CHINA. A messenger who bas arrired at Cbangsha, Ohlna, from Ylyang, reports tbat 100 bcu.es bave beeo tu-ned by rirtoos mobs. The officlals have fled and the town ia at the mercy of (he mob. Tbe telfgrap1* wires bave been cut, and details of occi-renres yesterday are lack Ing. Binds of riot'rs bave advanced aloog the maio road and are moving northward. Several vlllagta bave beeo ent rely deatroyed. N*ti?e rlota occorred at Obanncbla, SOmlles oorthwest of Obansba, last SiU arday. A coosiderable portion of tbe clty was bnrned. Tbe Lutberan Oburcb was destioyed by fire. Tbe general _t> rest aod antlforeign sentlmeU are spreadiog. _ Fifty years'experlenoe of an Old Nuree Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the prescription of one of the beat female phyaic tans and nuraes in the United 8>?tes, and haa been need for fifty years with never-fail ing succeas by millions of mothers for their children. It relieves ths child from pain. cures diarrucea, griping in the bowels, and wind colic, By giving health to the child i: eata the mother. Twentv ?-a o enta a bottle WEEK END TICKETB. Local we?_ end tickels Wa>hington to Somerset, Warreeton, Harrisonburg, Blue? mont and intermediate stations sold od Sat urdaya and Sundays, valid for return on Mondav at very low farea, will be place 1 on aale by Southern Railway at Washington, D. C , beginning SATIIRDAY, May 28th, and coiit'nuing until October 2, incluaive _L. P. BROWN, Qen-ral Agent. EDDING PLANTS OF ALL K1ND8 Large Geraniums one dollar per dozen, TBE KRAMER FLORAL 00. 818 King and llfnorth] Fayette street. MONEY TO LOAN at five per cent sim ple intereat on citv or rounty property in and around Alexandria.Seven and one half years, time given on loan, Loan can be repayed in iustallments if you cbose s'opping intereat. I/oans are made in full valuation of real eatate or we will buy you a lot and build a hoose for you See our Mr. Hugrave at The Ramrael, THURSDAY. May 26th, there ou that date only. Don't forget rhe date. THE NATIONAL HOME "PURCHA8IKG AS90CIATION, INC. 1301 east Main atreet, Rkhxond, Va* tuayl7 td_ ___S_5 ______ S cJ _? 2C?S gProtect | gYour | ?Books | W ? 0\t] Call and let us show fU ja*j you the advantage of JR the Gunn Sectional l? Book Ciaes VJ Alao Typewriter and fi} other Deaks. jrc - I gJM. Ruben & Son, fU 601 King Street. *--**-_??- ???__.__________ ______; ? _?C3-5sl_3l3IP>C___-C-t ?*_. FOR RENT The three story BRICK DWELLING, No. 12.-7 King atreet, conUiaing nine rromi and all mrdern improvementa. Immediaie poe sesaion. JOHN D. NORMOY1 E. my21 3t King and Royal atreato. ? The moat desirable, hygienic, beautiful and economical wall ooating. Alabaatine, for aale by E. 8. Leadbeater A Bone, Inc ! Citizcns' National Bank of Alexandria, Va CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS $125,0(10. OFFICERS: President, Vice President, Edward L. Daingerfield; Carroll Pierce, Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRFCTORS ? J. C Smoot, Edward L. Daingerfield, Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish, TT uCar_"?" Pltrc! M.A. Ahern, Urban S. Lambert REMOIJBCES. Loans . . . * . $678,825.54 U. S. Bonds to se cure circulation. 100,000.00 Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . . 1,000.00 Other Bonds and Stocks . . . 55,17406 Banking House & Real Estate . . 52,856.97 Oash . . 48,30855 Due from Banka and Reserve Ajjents . 131,979 36 180,?8791 $1,W8Ti44.48 E.IABI-1TIEH. Capital .... $100,809 0 0 Surplus . . . / 100,000 00 Undivided Profits 22,75119 Circulation . . . 96,30000 Deposits .... 748,09029 U. S. Depoait . . 1,000,00 $1,0(8,144 48 ESTABLISHED 1870. FiriaT'of'the Season. Steamed Hard Shell Crabs, Devlled Crabs,iLittle Neck Clams for lunch, dinner or supper. Ute RAMMEL CAFE Both Telehonesi FOR RENT. 328 8. Waihington, 8 rooms and bath.130.00 1113 Prince, 7 rooms and bstb... 20.00 316 9 Patrick, 8 rooms and batb, 15.00 511 Wolfe, 6 roomr. 13.00 220 N. P.t, 4 rooms. 11.00 527 N. Alfred, 6 rooma.$10.50 219 Wolfe, 6 rooms. 10.50 327 S. Patrick, 6 rooma. 9 00 22-? N. Pitt, 4 rooma. 8.50 328 Commerce, 5 rooois. 6 50 ^Ar H t- Insurince. Bonding OVERLAND SIMPLICITY. What is the keynnte cf the remarkable sceceas ofthe OVERLAND CAR? What ia it that m?kea this car the choic* of many thonnanda of people; the j oy of ita poaseaaora and the envy ofthe compe titow ? Matchleas Himplicity I This car ia so yiaiple a child can BaccesafullvVpmte it. It ia fo eennonrcal that its npkeep in a very uma'l iu>m. Stnrdy and tronHe-free. So reliable that Miaa Bianche Scott cf Rmheater. N. 0. ., ia now tonricK without ma?culine aid to the Pacific in a Model No, 38. Watch her daily progreaa on our window ni':[i. HYERS BROTHERS. 115 N. Pitt st. All Broken Lots of Ladies', Misses* and Children's White Slippers we will sell This Week for 69c regardless of cost, ranging in value from 75c to $2.50 KATZ'S. 400 KINO STREET. j NOTICE NOTICE Barge Wiconlsco jtnt arrived with 700 tooa Best W. A. Stove Coal at loweat SUMMER PRICES. Now is the time to plsce ycu.- order. DeW, Aitcheson, 107 B .nth Royal Si. Phooe 95-J mj24jJ_ John P. Eobissojs, Geo. 8. French Preaident. SecreUry. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Compaiy. MAjnjFACrCBBRS OF Fertilizer8, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid, Aak yonr dealer for the Alexandria Fer? tilizer t\ Chemical Co.'s Prodncta. Capaclty: 60,000 tons per annum Princeas Htreet and Potomac River Whtfr A l?randH*t.Virginia. NOTR K.--Ua*riDg qu?lifL-d aa execntor of the eatate of MARY II. LI'*T. daoewed. all persoGB having c!ainia axainst tbe said estate are herebf oot)6ed to preaent the same tone daly verifird ir aetilemen'., and all peraona indebtei to aa d eatate are hereby not fiel U> make prompt payment of their iudebtedntaa to me. SAHTELII LUff, mayKlOt F.iecntor. WANTED. A good WHITE MA' forfthe stable at i Raveo-worlh. Write to Mra. LEE, Rnrke, Virginia. marll tf Roae Buabes $1.0$ Per Dozen. C. A. SHAFFEB A CO. Bell Telephone 176. rnayt lw* Fresh Country Butter, 30c " " Eggs, 23c Nice Virginia Hams, 25c " 44 Shoulders, 20c 2,000 yards Embroidery at cost. A. Q- THOMAS, 919 King Street. my9 tf_ E. S. LEADBEATER k SONS, cutRa-ca o* _a__aa_-_a, Preddent, ?DWABD 8. lb_D3__T_B, Vioe Preaident, iohox ___db_-TB_. 8ec. and Tre_tr_rer E8ZABI.ISHED 179-. (_SOOBPO_AT_D.) Manufacturing Pharmaciata and Dealera in PainU, Oila, Window Olaaa, Dyeatnfla, 8pi<-*a, Draggiat's Fancy Goods'. and Specialtiee, Im portei-a of Tooth Brnahea, Hair Bruahes, Per* nmery, Olive Oil, Ac. Agenta for John Lncaa A Co. . Tinted Oloaa Painta, Maaory's liquid Colors and Devoe's Lead and Zinc Pai_?. Goods shipped the day order ls received Qnoutiona furniabed by return mail. Cor rwpond?ar? aoiiciud. DROl^AL8--Propoaala_wiil be received ? until 12 o'clock noon i riday, Jane 3, 1910, at the < ffire ofthe City Engineer for tbe furniahing of all ro--.erisl except pipe and the conatrnction of "itrified clay pipe aewera on sonth Columbaa atreet] from Wilkea street to aboatSOO fee- nor''' ?* Duke *?"*?? ?mi oa Duke street from Colnmbns atreet, to Alfred atreet. The right is reser-red to retdjany andall bids. E. 3. LEADBEATER, Caairman Committee oo Streets. may 21 td Double Value Sale This Week. 75 Women's Lawn Shirt Waist Suits, made of fine sheer white lawn, trimmed with handsome Swiss Embroidery; the cheapest in the lot are $3 up to $5.50, All go at $2 a suit. The waist or skirt by itself is worth more than the price we ask. 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, 88c, Window Shades Made to Order ROSENFELD'S 518-20 Street, Alexandria, Va. ??????????aasaaasaasfMHH'?????? BE SIJRE " RIGHT :: SEE OUR : CLOTHES, MANHATTAN SBIRTS, t P080US Knit ?? ENDERWEAR !. chayFecler :f NECKT1ES | SUMMER J C0LL1RS " STRAWBATS * Kaufmann Bros, 412415 KING ST. ? ?????????? ??????????aaMaaaaaaaaa* CIGARS. YOU WILL ESJOV Y-urself all tbroogh lifa II joa me caa tioo. Give an attentive ear, aod LISTEN TO US ABOUT CIGARS. Aft>r liatenlog act od oar advice by buj iog yonr sopplies of aa. IT'SALUXURY SMOKL ING CIGARS From t u ? atock. HAMILTON & CO., 323 KING STREET. F. H. Harper la aole agsot for nor Plantation O'gar. Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA,. VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00_$300,000.00 DIRECTORS. C. J. Rlxey, Joh_ P. Robinaon, Thonaat J* Fannon, C C.Leadbeater Henry K. Field, jht_ry Bsader, George S. Fiaiufc, J. K. M Norton We act aa Executor, Administrator and Truatee. Isaue Fldel Ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounta We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ uals, and oromiae liberal treatment conaiatent with aound banking jnethods. _ _ MEETING OF 8TOCKHOLDEB..-The annual meetiog cf the etockbolders of the A. J. BENNETT COMPANY, Incor porated, will be held at tbe offices of the cnmr>auy at 105 N. WrsHingtop aireet, Alex* atdria, Virginia. on Tl'ESDAY, the 7th day ol June, l'Jio, at 4 o'clock, p m.. for tbe election ofofficera and directore. for the enea* ing year anl for the traosaction of any other baaineaa which may properly come before sucb meetirg. G. L. BAKER, A.J. BENNETT, Secretary. Preaident. Biay23 ?w_ No aaerepapering vour houae this tpring Climax Wall Paper .Cleaner will make fhe old paper look almoat like new. Get it at I_adh*At*r'B. _?* a hot._ Trtnaes and; only tha beat. .ainds aold. -leadbeater'a. The Best of Everything, RED CEDAR FLAKES A sure protection against mcths. 10c large package TAYLORS PBARMACY 616 King Street.