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v ? riHM tomorrow at 4.37 anj -t. at 7.19 ?igh water at_2.4t s, m. andtS 10 p. m. Weather Probabilities. ?_. thisaetrou partly clondly tonight and Th"fra iiy;i^.uclfchWe ia tenoperature; modcrate westerly wir.de. BriLLMAINTAlN-SHH INNO (JENOE. Tbe followlng letter waa received at tbia office today from Oaivin Johoaon. one of the colored meo who is to be ekctrocuted in tbe pe-ltentl.ry at Rlch fload.on F.iday, Juia 10, for psrtlci pation in th.- murder of Walter F. I) ar Citizens ol A exsodria: As I ?m atill ln the death cell at Rxhmond wa t ng to die, I thruibt I woald drop a few lineB to you all. I aon well and truaticg in a good and mtrcllal Gid, and I really hope every cit'zsn o? thia city ia the aam*. The reason I write this leuer to yn: Is becanse 1 ana a poor Innocer t negro, and the good L'.rd ia heaven koows I am telliog tbe trotb. D?r citixms please liKten to tbese few words of mine, especially yon who koow of me. If yoa never see me in yoor city no more, r.member taese words, G)1 loves the trotb aod a c'ean heart, and be Biys, if tbe troth makes ub Utt we shall be free indeed. Bo, I bave told the truth before God and man, I am lnnocent of this charge. Ood he koows 1 am. Bo I mnat ask ycu all plesse help me cu'. oi tbia trcuble. White people bave been my daily tresd all of my life. I woald not take a negro'B Hfr, and God ln heaven knows I w< u t not harm no whito gect'eman I sJm wsnt to say I have nct got any tbing evtl orurjiat In my beait agaioit no oo<; I coald nof, for I waot to go to beaven wheo I die. May God bleae ycu all. I will close hopiog th.t ycn all willheippoor me tu'. From ycur hnrable prisoner, OALTM 8. Johnson, POLIOK OOORT [Jnstice H. B. Oaton preslding] Tne followiog cases were disposed of this morning: James Moore, charged with dronken aod diaurderty condact, waa fined $10. Willlao Deisplane, charged wilh tagrancy, was fioed $5. Martba J iboson and Jeonie Payne, both colorrd, chsrgpd witb diaorderly concujt Bnd fighting, were fioed $5 each. Edward B>ctb, au?pec:ed ot stealing a borse, was held for tbe action ol Falrlax au horttka. A mso, chsrgfld with hsrboring a aicions dog, waa dismlssed, BEMINOLE TRIBE At tha metting Ust night of S.'minole Tribe of Red Men tbe chief's degree wsb conferred on two candidates. Mr. J. Wm. Msy, representatlve to tbe rccent aestion of tbe Great Ocuacil, held at Newport Newe, sabmitted a flsttartog report of the rapid progress the order h?a made tbrooghcu'. the Biate under the ad mlnialratlon of P*Bt Grest Bachem W. 8. Nicklin, of this city. The tribe wiil a'.tend tbe fi'st aoniversary of O'ceola Tribs, No. 19, of Tenleytown, D. 0., on the evenlog of Juae tbe 8th. THE OOLORED SOHOOLS. Patron'a Day will be obRprved tomor row at Hillowcll achool, the achooi for calored girla, wten the parenta and frlenda of tbe popila will be reeeived aod abown tbe progroM Ihe girla have made du'ing the year. At Roberts Ohapc-1 oa scuth Washing? ton atreet onSonday eveoing?at 3 o'clock a mett ng will be held in ibeinterett of tbe industrfal department of tbe colt red pnblic acboola. Prof. Evans, priocipal of the Arme'rong matual training achool of Washiogton, aod othera will make addreaaes. FOUND DEAD. John Sime, a reaidentof Fa'rfax coon ty, waa fonnd dead at hia bome near Fraaconia ye-t rday. The deceaeed bad been living aloue recently and not hav Ing been eeen for aeveral daya, neighbora went to hia houae and fonnd him dead. Bims waa well knowo io Alexandria, aa he ofton ylaited this city. OOURT NOTEi Ia the Oarparation Court yeBterday a decree was enteted gract ng a divorce ta Rtttie Motley from H. T. Mctley on tbe grctnd of desertioo. A fiaal decree was entercd io th? csae of William D maine v?. Lucy Marray et a1, a auit invalv.ng titleto a bouso. Ao crder overroling the demurrer to tbe declaration waa entercd in tbe caae of Alfred 3. Mmon vs. the VVa?h:ngton, Alexacdria and Mannt Veroon Railway Oo., a anit for $10,000 far damagea. I i tbocaae o( II H. Daraeile va. tbe Williama Watcbmao's OI'?ck Compaoy a decree waa et t red eonfirmiog the rrpart of H. N. Uamer, speclal cammieaioncr, aod decree for sale. In tbp t?-e of Aonie E. Websler, gnardian, vg. Mary V. Simme a decree waa entercd eonfirmiog tbe repott of G. I. Biotbe of sals of honse No, -27 aoatb Faltfax itreet ASNIVEIWARY. The Seveoteeoth Virginia R*gimect Obap'rr, U. D O., will on Friday even ing, Jane I, at Lee Camp 11 ili ceiebrat* tbe 10- I anni?erarry of the birth of Jel feraoa Davia, tbe irat and only preai? dent of the Canfelera'.e a'a'ea. Oj that o:cialon tbe memhera of L e O-imp will h-1. i rtained. Moeii wlli be rendered uoder direct oo of Miaa B aoche Ri'cb t r i and an addreas iri'l be dellrered b; Boo. 0. W. (J I'epsip, of Texas. Lster the ladiea ol all tbeauxiliari?* will unlte in be'i wicg crossea of honor to euch Odafedente vu raoa of Alexandria wbo areeotltled to wear and who bave not ao far reeeived them. CHAK1EB. The Cirporrton Oorami*aioa Laa graa'cd a cbarter to >b' (Vlvrr Tri Chromatic Company, iMOfp ?nt 'd, AIpx aodria. T. 0. N >yee, president: Dr. Frr.k FIvit , ai'c-presideo'; Lania Gar th\ atCTttary?sll of \V Bilrgtaa. 0?pl tai Btock: Maxim ?r, 1999 099; roinl mim, I'.'f'O.OOO. O jicta and pirpoaea: Matu'aUiring m v rg pictore macbinta Prompl relief io all ciseaof tbrcatand long 'ronble it ycu ni* Chamberlain's Ouogh lii.mcdf. P.eaaant totake, aaoth ing aod bealing ln efiect. Sold by W. r ; ?-$">,, asd Blohard Gib? MOi ILLU3TRA1ED LEOIURE. Tonight at the 8:cand Preabjtjrian Ohoroh Rev. L>aa Vaas, for years a m saiooa;r ln ihe Oongo conoty of A rica, wiil give ao iluitrated lcctare r.n 111) acd cas'oma io the dark conti cent. Tbeeyeeof tae wbole civiliz'd wcrld have been torned ta A'rlca on Bccoont of the turible crudtiea com mltted thera by ihe officera of tbe Bs! glum kiog in collecting the rabber re qaired of the elavee aa taxes. So driven were the naUves that moat of the men were compelled t) leave home aod ap-nd practically all tbe time gathering ruhb*r for the king. If they refuied terrlble whlppings were adminlatercd, and in aome inatancea their handa were oot cft. Mr. Vaaa with hia own camera haa caagbt piciurea of theae matllatad nat'vea and will ahow tbem tooigbt. Erery one who can gtt in the church ahoold hear Mr Vasa tonight, The lectore la free to the public. An ofler ing for miasiooB will be taken. THE CONDEMNED MEN. Mr. J. Randall Oiton, coanael for Eujene Daraey, ooe of the colored men wbo ia to be electrocoted in the peni tentiary ia Bicbmondoo the 10th inetact for patticlpatlon ln the morder of Wal ter F. fcbulix, waa anmmooed to Blcb mond yeaterday by Governor Mann. Mr. F. P. Busaeli, conoael for Heory Smitb, who ia to be electrccuted next Friday, expects to go ta Richmood toroorrow in order that be may bave an Interview with the governor in the iotereat of Smitb. Mr. L. H. Macheo, coonsel for Oalvln JohcBoo, ia nnable Io aay when he will bave aootber interview with the governor. TO REMOVE DEPOT. Aa waa atated yeaterday, the frelgbt depttol the Waahington 8u'.hern Rail? way is to be removed ahonly to the new nnlon dep:t. Oarload lola for Alexan? dria mercbaniB will be bronght ta Uolon atreet, bnt aingle wagon or cartloada will be delivercd at tbe new d- pot. THE 01 iY JAIL. Mr. B F. Smitb, arcbltec, (bia eren log met tbe cnrnmUteeo on puhlic prop? erty of the 0 t/0. uacll aod rabmit ed plans for the prt p-aed j all Improvementa. The plan ia to tetr cut tbe Inalde of tbe jail and place ateel cagea therein together with eanittry cloaeta, batha, e'C The coar, lt ia aaid, will be within $28,000. DOLLAR ilJKDAY EXCUBSIONR Darlng period May 29 to and Includ ing S'ptember 11, 1910: Specfal $1.00 excoraion tickels will be aold on Sandays from Washington, Alexandrie, G'encarlyn and Falla Cburcb to Ashbura, Bicmoot and Intermedlae palnta, fiaal return limit aame day. Special Sanday limited train will be cp?rnt9d as In paat yeara t) Bu> rooot and retu'o, tff^c Ire May 29, leaving Ahxandria (';02 8. m, Theae $1 00 fniaday farea will apply alaa from Bluemont and lotermedUi poioti to Alexandria and WaBhington and retoro, witb aame fiaal lim.t. PER-ONAL Mr?. Rchard Gibaon, of Alexandria, ia Ihe gue-t of her aiater, Mra. Olarencc Howard, io thia cliy.?[Fredericktu g Journal. Mr. and Mra. 8. J. B'.rnbouse, who have been viaiting friends ia Richmood for a few daya, have returaed to their home in thia citv. Mr. TazjwellF. Jobnaon iaverymncb indiipased, eufferlog with a severe at tack of rhenmatiam, at hia home on Pitt atreet. Mrs. Henry W. WilcTt ia aerkudy ill at ber home on Royal street. Aldred Watera, eon of Mr. J. B Watera, entertiiocd a nomber cf hia frienda at a birthday party at bia home on Dnke atreet last nlgbt. Mra. Joho Minlord has re'umed frcm a mooth's visit to R^dsvllle. Fatber and Daughter Reunlted. Btokesville, Va., Juoe 1.?A new? paper atory on hermits, in when tbere waa described a straoge old man Iving alone in the moanttlna of Tenuesse*. is expected to reault In the reunlon of Mrs. W. H Maxwell, of this place, and her ather, after a aepsration of oearly balf f centory. The fatber of Mra. Maxwell marched away with a Oonfeder/to regl ment during the civil war, and aince that time no word from bim reached his family. Long aftr tbe cloie of tbe war a aoldier stopped at tbe bome of Mrs. Maxwell, theu a amall girf, and told ber motber tbat tbe husband and fa'her had been killed in bfttlr. A few years Uter the motber died and Mrs. Msxwell grew op and nsir'.ed, atill tbinking herfttber was dead, uotil abcu a week ago ahe resd tbe account of the atrange old ber mit of Tennessee. 8he begao an inveatl gation and diaclosed facts tbtt made her practically poaitive tbat the man ia her fa her. Mrj. Maxwell haa gone to her fatber'a moontaio home and willtttempt to persnade tbe aged man to rctorn to Btokesville with her. tfurled Pot of Baanaat Crown Prince Bsttta, Jane 1?A ztnc p t filled with beacs was tbe "weapoo of deatractlon" whicb an ioiaoe Poliah Jew nsmed Abri ham E rweisa horled at Crown Prlo.e Frederick William today as tbe la f>r ro< ? at tbe bral of the Greodier Gjarda after the aonual apriog review at Tempelhof Pia'n. Tha z'nc pot mi*s?d tha crown prince and itock a policemao, itfictiog a wonnd tbat bled profasely. King Albert of Belglum, wbo was a gneat of honor at the review, rode beside tbe crown prince, bnt on the aide remote ! om tbemaoiar. Elrweisa waa immediately se'zod by tbe police. He was violer t'v lossoe and it rras neceaasry to manacle bo'.h h!s legs and arma before he could be removed to ;>r-OP. The a'tsck caasrd great excirmeot, tbongh tbe crown rr'.nce was inclined to laugh at tbe incidect when he fooad what mlssile tbe maniac bsd nsed. -'He mtist have beard that I am fond of beinV .be priocs remsrked. Mction Overrulcd. Cblcsgo, Juoe 1?L?eO'Neill Bro?-: leader rt ihe Illinois LegiaUtore, reu-tgo to trial on the charge of bnblng le/ialt t rs to vote fnr William Lorimer for Uni - ed Bt tes Benator. J-i'ge McBu'ely in Oriminal Omrttc daj i verru'ed Ihe motion of the dcfense ti qassh the indictm*nt. His deciaion was tbat bribery in a UaKedBatesBena torial eleclon i< ao t fl nae agaiost tbe s'ate ol Illlaois. AU other technicali. t ea interpoaed by tbe defeose were over tuled. The C.lombia Steam Fire E*?lr>e pompa-ov ?il| a t t t-?gl?-. LOOAL BREVITIE8. Bud Lee, tolortd, died at bls bome oo north Wa?hioa,tin ttee. thia marn iog. Thescboone- W. R. Hu-tio, from the Kannebtc vith !ce lor the Ma ual Icb Oompany, bas arrived. Peraona who iotend to conc'uot baai neaa in thia e ty daring tbe year are re qu red ta take oot llcenaea today. The ladtea of the AUiaoa W. 0. T. U. will hold a apider web aocial at tbe Ch Idnn'a H ime tomoir jw, Thoraday, Jane 2, at 8 p. m. The wealhrr continaea cool aol nc aeaaonable. Ihere were ahowere of rain laat nigbt, and the mercory at ao early htu* thia mornltg aat down to 47?. The alarm of fireat 11:45 o'clock laat nigbt waa caosed by a allgbt fire ia tv0 oil hooae at Mr. T. J. Fannon'a atore, north weat corner of Diike aod Haory at'ettJ. Meaara. Rodgera k Koight, contrao t ti, will commcnce the erection lor M\ M Schnler of fcur modero reai dencea oa (he old fair grcuida next week. Agoldwatcb, valned at $100, which hid been atolen from realdent of Har r sanbarg, baa been recovered by Lleu t^nant Smitb in a pawnbroker'a abop io Waabiogtan. The miaaion Sanday achool of the S;cond Preabyterlan Church at 204 eonth Payne atreet waa cloaed laat nigbt for tbe anmmer. An lotereating pro grsmme of exerclaea was reodered on tbe occaaloo. Mr. T. J. Fannon today presented Ohlef Pettey, of the fire department, with ten doilara and a box of cigBra ta be diftrltu.ed amoog the firemen in rec ogn.tion of (belr efl>rts laat nlght In aaving bls property from deatruotlon by fire. Tbe evening of folk lore and other ttlea given byMiaaSsflard.of Balilmore, at the Ytuog People'a Balldlng laat nigbt waa greatly eojayed by all preaent. The proceeda will be naed for the Brad deck He'gbte Epiaoopal miaaion. We bave reeeived an iovltatlon to at* teod the eigbty-eightb annnal commeooe rarnt exeieUea of the George Washing? ton Unlveralty oo Wtdneaday moroing, Jane eightb, at baif-paat ten, at tbe B - laaco Tnealre, Waablngton. Coofederate Memorial Day ia being celebrated at Falrfax today onder tbe Mi'pices of Mtrr Osmp, Oonfederate Veterans, and tbe Fairfax and Falla Ohorch Ohapters, Daugh'ers of tle Oon federacy, and Tbtift Osmp Booa of Vet eran?. The Uo trdS'ates civil eervice com miasion invitea attection to the fsct tbtt applicatloca for the rxsmlnatlon for l acher in tbe Iodian aervice may new be filed. When a date for tbe examfna ticn is deferminrd, all peraona having applicatiooB oa file will be notified to eppear for examioation. Select Hoft Shull Craba on toast and Deviled Craba at Spioks's Caf-, Prince aud Koya street. tf Kreah Country But'er Juat receiveil, 2*c 1 >. Best Eljtin CreameM Bntter 34c lh. Fre*fh Eggs 25c doz, Fancy J^p^n Baa*. whole grain, 6c 1 ., 3 His. hvarora'ed Peacbe s 25c, 3 Ibs Large Prunes 25c, 3 Cans Fish K<e 25c. 7 Ibe. Laundry Starch :6c. 7 Cakea Star fc-'oap 25c, 3 Cans Pink Alsaka Salrnon 25c, 4 Cans BeatTomstres 25e, 4 C*ua Sngsr Corn 25c, Qiecn Monntain Potatoes 65c bushel. 3 Cans Esrly June IVaa 15c, 8 lba. Pore Bockwh^at 25c. Wm. P. Woolus A .-on, Roval and Wolfe streeU?Qiten and Henry stretts._ Left $ 10,000 in Street. Pittsbnrg, Jane 1.?Lsmuei Lsrson, ptymaster for a large iodustrial coc cern, almost lost $10,000 ye?t?ni.y tbrcuzh his intrest in the baaebsll acorea. He left the aatchel contalniog tbe money in tbe atreet, while be absent miodedly boardsd a car tt II readiog tbe accoaot of tbe doable wallop of Oiocin nsti by Pittabnrg. Joho J. Oelto, pro? prietor of a small hotel, at No. 6546 Peon avenne, nctced the aatchel In front of bis plsc9 and took it Into tbe bous>, where on openlng It he fonnd $10,000. LatW Lsrson learned of the whereabouti of tle aatchel and recot ered it. Aoother Earthquake Shock Oleveland Ohio, Jane 1 ? Aa rarth quake of ur.moal duration waa reported today from tae relamogreph recoid at 8t. Igoatioa' Oollrga. The main diaturbanae ocenrred at 1:01 thia morolrg aod ended at 2:20, altbough there were aeveral indlalirc dlstnrbancea before tae main movement. It ia believed that the acenenunt have been In J pan or aome of the a ands cf tbat regioo. ???? ? Qoapel t f tbe Blg Sllck. Newport, Jane 1. ?B ckmeo Win (brop, aaaiatant aecretary of the r.avy, preacteI tbe go >pel of Ibe "blg a ick" ? t the opening of (he aummer confereece at the N .Vil War OolleK* taday. Wiothrop ia a diaclple of former Preaident Rooaevcli and was a member of the fsmoos leooit cabinet in tbe laat admlniatn tion. Pcrmisaion to Ralae Wreck. Havana, Jnoe 1 ?A decree leaued by Preaident G;m< z glvea the United Statea government permiaaion to ralae the wreck of the hatMe'hip Malne in Ha? vana hsrbor. The decree aaya tbat Oaba will oi'?r every paaalble aaalataoce. Sulcide at Magara Niagara Fslls, N. Y , Juae 1 ? Ao anldentified msn atepptd over tbe rail abont ten feet from tbe brlnk ?t Proopect Puiot today and went cver the falls. He was alx feet la heigbt, mrd ui bnild, 45 or 50 yeara old, dark mcuische, dreiaed In dstk cktbea, sack cr.at aod soft ba?. Tbe body haa not bstn recovered._ Sailors Rescu.d Hallfax, N. B., Jocr i.?A'ter cliog ing al! nirfht lo tbe wreckige of tbeir ?mail boat*, nioe tailora from tbe No ? aeg'ad bark Borghild were reatued to da_ by fishermen cff Castor L'dgea, near BhMbro k, G oysboro coontf. T?o ui tbe reB(u>d rallora are in tncb cri'ical conditi m tbat they will die. while tbe i tiers erc scflering bo gtea'ly from ex posure aod rxraustion thit tbey bave been nnable to t 11 tbeir atory. Tbe bark went aabore aome time laat nlgbt. Ex-Baok Offlceeri Seoteaced. P t sburg, Jane 1 ?President E H. Jeoolnga, of tbe Oilombia National Bink, waa taday aenlenc*d to two mootha in eail and fioed $500 after plpading oolo cootenden ta a cbarge of bribing city cooncllmen to have hia bank named a city depoaitory. Frank A. Griffio, former vice-preai deot of the aame loatitotioo, was sen ta ??*?' f> ^nr ? *otha In jail aod fioed u bt i m ? >h /. ?-MS__i__&@ Washington ? - D. C. 25c and 29c wash goods 16c Yard Either adaptable for aummer frocka, andI 27 inchee-wiae Sale started! today with a ruah-may not have more than enough <or tomorrow'a buyora First Floor?B,rgiin Tablea. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 1.3 Less Than Rcgular Prices Drawers, with French band, mffles, hem stitched tucks, 25c. Night Qowns, 50c, 75c, $1 and up to $3.' Skirts, long and short, 25c, 50c, $1 up to $3.50. Combination Suits, $1 to $3. Coreet Covers, 25c, 50c and 75c Chi'dren's Drawers, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, 19c a s%? C hildren's Long and Short Skirts, 25c and 50c. Guimpes, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Boys' Khaki Suits, all 8:zes, 50c. Khaki Pants, 25c and 50c. Women's $12 50 and $15 Evening Capes, $8.50 Women's Silk Parasols, $1. Children's Parasols, 25c, 50c and $1, ROSENFELD'SJ 518-20 Street, Alexandria, Va. REMNANTS Every Thursday every Remnant in tbe house ison Sale at prices gr??atly belowtlie markot price? also hundreds of f,rood Miilends at special prices. We will pltcs on ?sle Thursday twenty dozen childnn's cotton panta, Reni' nant prke pvr fo Ten dozen ladica' nin lin underfkirts, wiih wide eabraitVry tviaaaaiag, excellent >1 0t> vslue Remnant price, Thursday. eoch I kj Fivedtzea Isdifs' percole wai?t?, with white collars, 75c valua, Remnant price each 59c Tliree dozen haviea' lawn capa tlightly aoilel and mn?sed. 25c value, Rem nsnt price, eseh 16c One drz-n babieV liwn caps, aligMlv soiled 60c vslu*. Reninsnt \ rice, each 25c Tbirty dc.'n Isdlar SZtta *ize summer vesta, fiz-s I atnl' 1* I nd 15c valne, Remnant price each 10c Two cresm ahaals stitli friasja, M.49 v?lne, soiled, Remnant price, esch 69c We will place on sale Thursday about twenty pieces of plain and drtted batiste and mousselinM 28c vslue, Remnant price janl 15c Five piect-a of atrip? cotton, hnme-pun, snitable for ritta and akirts, 15c value, Remnant orcevsrd l'c Twenty drzen lailies' kimonoa, special price Thuraday. eoch 15c Twenty pieces whiti madras ?ni" tbin atripa and oherk gooda, UJ and 15c value, Remnant price yur !. 10c Ten dczea Ndies' ?hi'e csnnon cloth dreas akirts, $'.00 vslue. Remnsnt prire Thoradav 79c One p:ec* e ch of whUe and cream round me?h net for eorteiu?, 45 inches wide 85c value, aoil-d ou one eud, Remnant price Thursday 19c One hundred dozen Clark'a l>est ?piol -ot too, white acd 11 tck, Remnant price 6 spcols lat 2r< Ten piecas w'de imbr'.idery handing 25c 3i and ;Oc value, Remnant ji-ice 19e Fiva piece' 60c wideembroidery b?n 'injr, twenty-one incbe* wide, Remnant p-ice Thnradav, ysrd 32c Seven Crraef, |$l.(0 and $2.50 value, aoiled Remnant price, pair (9c Nine ladies' 50c Briafiers us?d nvercnr reta, Itsranant price Tlinndav, evh 29j. Two ladie?' 7V Brasaiers ?aad over corsets, S'zes 42, 44, Remnant price Thursday, each 49c We will place on aala Thursday ten dozen children'a (,'inghara dnsias and apr^ns, 2 to B jesrs, Remurnt price, evch 2.'c 500 yard* embtoidery remnsnts 10 and ]2)i value, Beninant price, Thura? day. vard 7Jc Twenty pircea heavy (i'jr.y laceaud icser tion 1 i and 15c value, Remnant priot yard 71e Ws will plarc on aale Thurf.lay twenty dotm cbil 'r*n'a pateut leather belts, fpeciel price, ea-h 4c l,5ii neck le igths ruchings. 10c valne, Remnant pric ThurnUy. each Ec 1.000 ysrds all linen to-chon lace and in a-rtion, ?, 8, and 10c valne, Remnsnt prics 6c Twenty piecea wide enraet cov?r enibroid ery, f5c value, Remnant prire Thurs? day 19 Ten drzen boys' 36c Kahki panta, pair 25c Lara'a Fureea Ratreatlng B'u?6e!de, Nicaragoa, Ju e 1.?Mea ?engera a-rivicg from tae batt'rgioono oot'lde the ejff rrput tbia at.-roooa tbat Geo. Lara'a forcea are io fu,l| retreit with tbe inanrgenta io ruriuit. It ia 'tited tbat L'r* baa only a remnant left of hia army, coniiatiog nf aboot :100 men. Tbey aro raig'd and half a arvcd, and wrre mable to crler any faitber aem blaocea of a'tick. The retrett la being mad<> ia a - id manoer, witbrnt aoy or sbd.i1'>', aad repor a here aay tbat Lara and t.ia iffisera tave oo hope o' oiikirg anotbor staod. JW3DDDIXO Are the Most Important of all Giftsi When Copid geta bnay, there'a alwaya happioeae, food memorica and pleaaan; [ falores. Bat gifta play a very Impor? tant parr. Tbe "over nigbt" gifta? tae kind that laat bnt a day, week, or m inth, are ecoa forgotteo. Jewelry?ihe lifelime gift is always highly prized. Help Oapid by doiog tbe rigbt thiog for tbe hrppy caaple. M?ny appropriate aoggett ona now on diaplay. u 629 King Street. %%%%%%%%%%%%%i j Outdoor People like Hofbrau Beer A It ia nutritiona, re'reahine, invifforat- A i ing. Bi ing atrictly pnre, and aged for J _ montha befoie le?vinv the brewery, it T ar ia lie'lth'ul and aatitfyinjr. f m Hribrao beer haa a fine' body," lota S 4 of life.and ia moat pleaaicg to the ta?U, 4 1 Its inpeiior qnalitie* make it the pcy- 1 " nlar beer for nae on outlDga, at the J club, in tbe home? -berefer real beer # quality ia apprwiated. 0 By th* o*w direct from the brew- 4 ery, in pint battlea. J ROBERT PORTNER i BREWINGCO, _ Alexandria, Va. Phone No 49-B. Startad for South Pole. London. Jona 1.?The ateamer Terra Nova, C*D(ain Bobert Scott, eommanding aai'ed to? day i-nrn We*t Indtadocka. bontd for Houth Pole. An elabormte e?r?m'>oy was to bave marked ih? ezplorera departnre bnt it waa abandoaad oo acooant of King Edward'* daath. DKV GOODB. Woodward & Lothrop New York?Washington?Paris China and Japanese Tlattings at Much Less Than Usual. The pstterni and colorings are all new and desirabie, and the quiiitiea are tu:t? as we oin tell with ast sfaction and confidence?mattings of reliabllity. 180-warp Dcub'e djed Fine Japorese Ma;ing; rich and attraotlve. Bpeclal price, 253 yard, by tbe roll. Vslue, 85c 150-warp Doohle-dyed B:e_o Maiting. Special price, 20o yard, by tbe roll. Vsloe, 30c. 100-pr.uid Liotao Palmed Maflng. Special price, 25s yard, by tbe roli. Va'tr, 40c. 00-poond L'n'ai Palmed Mat ing. Special price, ltxa yard by ihe roll. Va!u?, 30j. 80-pcnnd Palmed Seamleaa Mst iog. Special price, 30c yard, by tbe nlC Valne, 25c 70 ptuod Bcamlrss Mattiqg, good quallt'. Bpeclal price, 17.'.c yard, by tbe rol'. Value, 22,\ Fooith floor?O a'. French Muslin Pillow Shams* Bureau, Sideboard, and Chiffonier Scarfs. With acslkp-K), rtill-d, and embroidered edges. Tbeae are ihe aame qnality n-.uilina tbat tbe macufacturera uie as a foondation for tbeir fire embroiderks, aud toey make very daiity aa well as aerviceable covera for tummer nae. Scarfs 65c to $2.50 each Shams, $1 25 to $5 00 a pair Special: Dalnilly Embroidered Scarfa, with Bhams to matcb. Scarfs, a!r?s 1Si3T> aod 18i54 ioch. Special price, 65c each. Shams, sjaj 30i30 incb, $1 25 a pair. Second floor?Eleventh et. The Best Medicinal Rye Whisky. WAKEFIELB RYE Headquarters for the best Wines and Liquors in the city LOWENBACH BROS King and Alfred Streets. Both Phone FOR SALE ou partial paymenta Three Houaeaon S. Alfred Street at $3 per month. Actu&l rent $S.7a per month. Addresa Mrs, R. E. DOWNEY, R. F, D. No. 1. Aleiandrio, Va. may25 lm "Gifta for the graduate to treaa nre lora 1 fetime." GRADUATION GIFTS ROLITaIRE DIAMOND R1M.S Fine wbite and perfect, apecitlly priced. $20 to $50 CHATELAIN WATCHES Silver.$rJ50np. Go'd.$15.00 up R. C. ACTON & S0N9, Jewelera and SilveraraithH. W~ ANTED.- \ white cr colored WOMAN to do general honaewnrk. No wahhing. Apply to Mr*, M. Ruben, 204?outh lt, Aaaph atr, et. may?0 3t "Homes Not Houses" The htest edition of Califor nia Bungalow Homes just reeeived. Thia is the most up-to-date book on Bungalows, illustrat ed with half tones and draw logfc S. F. DYSON & BRO. 508 King Street Opera House Shows that make you Uugli. Moving Pieturesyou've never seen before. 700Ohoice Btatf. 10c 300 Bilcony Bes>. 5c Matinee ds ly. 5c FOLLOW THE CROWD FOR RENT.?ROOMS in fine condition to right psrtfaa. Can he inapected. Apply 413 Caniemn street. V. DIDS/.ONElT. m?v78 lw___ POBUC SALE ?I will .sell at poblic auc tion at the Roval atieet entrancc to the Market Building t"or the adu>iniatr?trix ot' ?he est te of Minor Jsckron on 8A1I'RDAY, June4th, 1910, at tlevcn o'clock', a. m.,the t'ollowing peraona! property: 2 larue heavy draft hor-.es, 1 aet double wagon barnen, 1 aet sing'e wagon harneaa, 1 two I orae road wagon, 1 atreet cart, 1 t trm csrt, 2 plows. Teruas of sale: Cash on aunis not exceeding $25 00, and a credit rf three mon'hs on sunis in ex e-s of that amount, seenred by a note sat-afactonly endorded. 8AMUEMT. LUNT, Auctioneer. ms}28td. THEannnal nvetingcf thestockholdera of the FNITF.D STaTES REAt.TV COM PANY, etf Wrfuhington, D. C. inrorporated, will he held at i ts principal orlice, 111 aonth Faltfai ctieet, Alexandri*. Va., on MOv DAV, June 6, 1910, at 2-30 p. m.at whirh time the e'e^tion of directora aod i fflVers will be h?ld acd anch other buaineaa will be trana acted aa will eome np. S. R. NORMAN, Beeretary, may28 td _ Virginia Miiitary Institute 'THe WtST POINT OF TMt SOOTH" Co'.lcgii: i" I tchnic.il cour.c* coroblncd with Ibe riffM diacipllilc of no aroiy post. Virginia Ca.leis luitlon frcc. I exlngton. Va. Q*n. E. W. NieHOLS. Su*t. mv!6 tje24 m-w.f_ LOST on Saturday night in the Snrprirc Theatre, one round plain GOLD 1'IN on ?n white j*hoa, any one returning aame will be rewarried. Mm Bo*e, 301 King atreet. may30 3i* Oa Decoratioo Day the grave of E' gar Allao Poe, ooe of Marylao?** moat il'uitricuiaoDB, waaneglected. N'a flora1 trlbate of aoy klid waa placed co it in VYeetmlnstfr chorchyard, and m nreit aelf aeemed aa neg igent aa aaaokird, (>t her tribote waa ooly aome weeda aod > lew ecatt*red bhdea of graae. I aeemed ircredible to believe tbat tbe grave of ooe who ataoda eo bfgta la the hiatory of Amerfcan iteretare wa> over locked oo a day wbeo ao maoy o! tbe ilioatdoos dead are remembered. Hard Crabs, Soft Crabs, Deviled Crab8 and Crab Salad. AT JACOB BRILL'8 RESTAIRANT FOOT OFkKING STBEET. Open until 10 p. i", apr7 0m \A/V' are now showing the most substantial vv lineof ?x4 Paaaenger Lawn Swings, (iliding bettees, Porch Bockers, and Lawn Benchea. Swings from $4.00 up to $6.60. Rockera from 75c t? $3.00. LAWN MOWERS - Keen Kntter Lawu Mowers, every part gnarantecd, from $4 50 to $9 00. <;\pr>ENII08E at 10c, 15, and 20c per fooi; all lengths. Gooda delivered to Del Ray, St, Elmo, Baaaa osrt aud West End. R. E. KNIGHT. 621, 623, 62S;Kingl8tre?t, r"V '.: MF.NU is aot extensive or elaborate, '*-' nor do we make a bid for ihe appetites of thoe who would feaat amid H-mptuous sirrcaDdings A DAIRY Ll'.VCH that is invitiag, I siltfa*, and wholesowe, thequslity ofwhieh is above ?uspieiou orreproach, is whst we lia\-e placed bet'.re yoa and your IiIit 1 patronage attests the wiadom ot our judgmer t and jooi tifte \ e?, everyoue is happy at the CAMGRON, so come i.i.d enjoy youreelf. Cameron DAIRY LUNCH. 0|>en all night. 905 King atreet. IO?R 8iLE8MANWANTED.-Fiperi eiue uiiatce*?ary. Bell our braud* to tbe rets'I (raiie. Big pay. Writa lor full p*r ticulars at once. OLOBE CIOAR t O., Clevelsnd, Ohio. febl9tj?15 Wm. H. Ptck Payne and Queen Sts. SPECIALTIES: Wood and Coaf, Roofing, Lirae, Cement, Plaste-, Terra Cotta Pipe, Nails, Glasa, etc Special lltealioo A'ii Orders dey ooors. Siik Specials. 65c 19 in. Chiffon Taffeta, IQ* Stripes and Checka. oc^ I ' -1 j . - J > Cliflon Txfl'tM, anitabl* for drea e? nnl waiati for aumtner wear; all purewl*. We are rhnwirg them in black and whi'e ?? d navy and white che:ka; a'ai light and d>rk urrivui* with white itripta; all good ai.d Jeairable atylee. $1 <0 36inch Black Taffeta, 69c afe "Green Selvage" Black Tatlt:'*. c^illti finii-h and all pnre ailk: will vire aatutactory cervice. A *1 00 value ^Qr Fine Parasols. $3 00 to $100 ?*> (\(\ Valuea, at ?F-- Ulf They are all p.rfect; no aeconds. Black and bUckand whitej ellecia; all-ailk pnogee, witb c^lorel tafteta hordert; all ailk tafleU, ioclad* iug tin popnlar green, red, copenhagen, rceda, wistaria. Theae are all made full aaar; 22-ineh, wi h gilt framea and tipa. Value* are from $3.C0 to $4.00 C ~) 1)0 fJpecial JJ^.UV Loiisborgli&Bro 420-426 Seventh Street, WASHINGTON, D, C. LO?'r >n May i0, betw.an 306 north W'a'hingtnn Bttast and Mr Cockey'a <tore, on Kiiiir atreet, a goid teleac* p-PEN CII-, inlaid wiih mo?h?r-?i-p?*r!. H>w?rd for it* ret-irn to3(6 oo'lb VY ahingion atreet. itht Wl c?A compatent STENOOKA PfTER. AddreaasGaaetU Office. mej31 3l