IfONDAT BVENINO. JUNE 6, IMO
Sun and Tide Table.
Sun rlaea tomorroa at IJ35 ind sets 7:21.
High water al 6:25a. m. aad T^?i p. m.
For this seelioii uiisettled w. ather |o
uight and Tue-dav; moderate tempera
ture. light to moderate vari ible alnda
Haurice II. Joyi e a atock broker
of Waahington, waa drowned ofl Quan
tieo Baturday night by the overturning
of a rowhoai Joyce left Waahington
Saturday evening in the tnotor l.oat
Quaiitico. Amnn|and a boy waa in
tbe boat with him A atop waa made
tt Alexandria where Mr. Frank Ham
ilton, of thia cit) |waa taken aboard.
After reaching Quanticothe party waol
aabora and proceeded to a bungalow.
Llater JMr Joyce and the man and
boy who had aeeompanied him from
Waahington entered a amall boat aud
started toward the metor boat which
wm- at anchor about fifty yarda away,
Mr. Hamilton remainingfon the ahore.
A awifl tide whicb waa running at the
time upset the boat, throwing the ...
cnpanta into the water. Mr. Joyce
was unable to trwiro, and waa drowned,
hut the other- in in iged lo reach abore.
The body waa aoon recovered, and it
paaaed througb 'lo- city ahortly before
noon yeaterday on a Waahington
Southern train f<>r Waahington, The
Quantico wa- formerly the motorboat
George Waahington wbicb waa one oi
the priaea awarded at the fair recently
given in irmory Hall for tbe benefit "f
Alexandria-Waahington Lodge of
William Krati.-e 4"> yeara old, who
made Iu- home on a bouaeboat an
chorad in the Potomafi river at the
foot of Thirty-second street northweal
Waahington wenl out on the river iu a
amall rowboat Saturday night. He
haa not heen -??> n gince. The rowboat
containing a amall atock of proviaiona
and Krauae'abat and coat. wa.-found
adnft in tb? river yesterday afternoon
and it is f. aie.l Kiin-e fell overboard
and wa- drowned,
Krouee'a bodj waa found today.
A public meeting was held it Boberts
Chapel M. E Church yesterday, Bun?
day, evening al '?'< o'clock in tha interest
of the induatrial departmenta ol the
colored public achools of Alexandria.
At the requesl of theteachers the clerk
of tbe Bchool Board preaided in the
abaence of tbe Buperintondent who waa
out of the i in The programme waa
as tblkrwa: Prayer by Bev. <v W. W.
Jenkina, paator ol Itobcrtf Chapel, M.
E Church; muaic by the choir, P. II.
Lumpkina, precento; hiatory of the
induatrial department, by I! I> Lylei
hiatory of induatrial department, by
Bearie K. Bprigga; addresa bj l>i
Bruce Evans, principal Armstrong,
ManuaJ Trainiog Bchool, ol Waahing"
ton, l>. C, Mibje. t. "Whal Our Boya
aod Oirla Need;" muaic by the choir:
remarka by Bev Alexander Truatt,
paator of AJfred Btreet church; remarka
! Ie r. Q. \V. \\". Jenkina, paator of
Boberta Chapel, M. B. Church; muaic
b\ the choir The addreaacfl were all
good and tbe apeakera adviaed the chil
dren t<> learn to work and train their
hands aa well aa their niiiid- The
muaic was well rendered and the meet?
ing was calculated lo do much
The report-made of ihe work accoiir
pliahed by tbe pupils sbowed excellent
As was stated in the Gazette of thal
day Judge .1 H T. Thornton, of the
Circuil ( "iiit for thia city, in special
D 00 Baturday, heard are.nti
on a motion for a new trial ol the suit
01 McMenamin againat the Southern
Railway. m wbich the plaintiff laal
month waa granted 12,250 damagcs,
alh-ged t<> have been i luaed to poperty
on uppar Duke Btreet by amoke and
BOOt from the deh ndaiit coinpanv 'a
Tbe argumcnts were made by Mr.
Bobert B. Tunatall, of Norfolk, general
counael for tbe railway compaiiy, and
Col. Frain-1- I. Bmith, of Alexandria,
diviaion counael for the company, and
by Judge J. K. M. Norton and Mr.
Edmund Burke for Mr McMenamin
At the concluaion ?-i the argumenht
Judge Thornton overruled tlu motion
foi a new trial and an appeal WtW noted,
A RAINY SUNDAY.
There waa rain during tlu most of
yeaterdaj and at timefl laat nighl il
an early boui tlu- morning the wind
changad to the northweal and clearing
conditions followed. Coldweather and
frost are reported in aome portiona of
the country, while hol wavea bav<
aettied over other sectiona. According
to aome prognoaticationa, aeaaonable
weatber ia in tranaitu, while others
are predicting frost for every month in
the year a- an ontcome of th'' \ i>it <>f
Halley'a i omet,
Hon. c. C, Carlin, of Alexandria,
addreaaed the graduatea ol Fronl Royal
College here on Tueaday evening His
addrrss made a deep itnpreaaion upon
the people of our town. and we hope t.,
bave ihe opportunit) of bnving him
here again. Mr Carlin left ou th?
early train Wedueaday morning foi
Bethel Militarj Academy wherehe ad
dressed Ihe cadet.- of thal inatitUtiOO. -
[Fronl Boyal Bentinel.
COLORED MAN SLASHED.
Webeter chnirhill. colored, waa cut
on ihe fa.e. neck and hand- bv Charles
I un. colored, at Churchill'ahou*
<.-_?.? Qu< en al et, laat night. The cut
afag, it is said. sraa tlu- outcome of a
diapute earli' i iii ihe night in a saloon
over twenty-five centa. Loudoun, it is
alieged, returned to tlu houae twice
and at one time diacharged a piatol al
Churchill'a brothcr Ihe aamilant
made hia eacape and is utiil at |arj
The monthly meeting i i; r; i . ??
Camp, wiil be held t ?
"They come bigh, "Tbe I ?
tht cheapeat." Oui i- , l< wa?, ,|?.m'
and we aay to the ladiea you un >..,. i
T. Couain'fl Excluaive slyl ? j_
street, .'. A. Marshall 4V Hro.
Captain A. J. Fair, wboM critical
illneaa waa mentioned in Baturday'a
Gaaette, diedal bia home on Wolfe
street. between Lee and (Jnion, at 1:10
o'clock yeaterday morning. He toavea
? widow, The deceaaed was 77 yeara
old. The funeral will take pla.e from
the re-id.-nee at 4 o'eloek tolilorroW
afternoon, The iwrvicea will be con?
ducted by Hev .l.lv. Sevier and BeV,
Edgai Carpenter, and the pallbearera
will he Meaara. W. E. I.atham, Fr.-.l
erick Kau-, S H. Lunt, George Lay
c?k. Doraey Pair aod L. II Thomp
aon, Mail.y Encampmem and Poto?
mac l.odge of Odd FelloW- will attelld
Mi I V Johnaon, a well-known
re-ideut of Faiifax < ounty, died at In
home near thi- my la^t night. He
leavea a widow and a miii. 'fhe de?
ceaaed for many years conducted a
blackemith ihop near the swiriging
bridge over Cameran ran. Hewai 68
Mary Oecelia, tho infant daughter
..f Mr. Henry and Mrs. Ltlhe Hayden,
died at her p.ueiit-' home near Fort
Hunt on Friday.
Thomaa Johnaon, colored dic-d at
the Alex.uidna Hoapital last night.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary
\ W.Iti. 1.1. who died Thursdav at
ihe Alexandria Hoapital wa- held
lav afternoon at the resi.ien<?.
218 north Fairfax atreet Bev. W. .1
Moiton. le.torof ChriatChurch, offi
ciated, and the interment was in the
Methodiat Proteatant cemetery.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mar
gant M Boberta, wife of Mr. Frank
K. Boberta took pla.e at (J o'oclock
thi- morning from St Mary'a Church.
The interment wa- in St Mary's ceme?
tery. The pallbearera were Meaara
George E, Price, JohnTravera, Frank
Heyward, John Maaaoy, IL IL Bich"
arda and Henry Ridgway.
Tbe peopie ..f Alexandria and a good
many elaewbere were treated toa sur
prise laat Thuraday, and it was also
-hown that Alexandria il no longer
either a "dead or old tuahion town,"
when our neighbor, the Gaaette, put
on a brand new dreaa, and came out in
enlarged form. We congratulate our
neighbor upon ita improvemont and
upon the change made. The old Ga
lette baa lived long and proaperooaly.
The Gazette ia an inatitution <?f Alex?
andria. and i- one thal ia more ( lo.-e
Iv identified with the interesta oi the
town than any other on.of it- inb
[|< life of 111 year- prov.s that it has
been ably and aucceaafully handled.
--[Alexandria Sunday Time-.
METHODIST PROTESTANT SUNDAY
The annnal ehildrens' day service of
ihe Methodisi Proteatanl Sunday
Sehool was held laat night in the audi"
torium of ihe church. Notwithatanding
the inclemenl weatber .very aeal waa
lilled long before the opening bell was
gounded The programme, wbich con
sisted (d rccitatioiis. dialogues and
. arol- were heautifully reiidered at the
eonelusioii. Mr. J. M. Holmcs. jr., of
Baltimore, son of the paetor, was intro*
duced and made a itirring addreaa in
the iiitete-t of foreign mianona. The
t..ial amount contributed l.y th.' claases
la-t nighl wa- *?'>?'!. which i- the large.-l
offer ing made hy the sehool for many
y< ,.i- jia-t.
-ii.e H. B. Caton preaiding. ]
The following caaea were diapoaed of
George Minick, charged with drunk*
en and di-orderlv conduct, was ?ent to
jail for .".n day
Bummerfield Brooka, colored.charged
with di-ordeily conduct, was diamiased,
rge Draper and Sherman Brown.
i liarged with being drunk in the street,
Cnarlea Daniela, charged witb being
drunk and diaorderly, waa fim
A white man, charged with barbor
ing a vicioua dog, waa diamiased, after
he had conaented to the killing of tne
Aboul 25 membera of 1'o-t F. Yir
ginia Diviaion, Travelera' Protective
Aaaoriation, lasl night attended the aer
\ ice iu the Second Preabyterian Church.
Ke\ l H Sevier, paator of tbe church
aud chaplain of 1'ost F. delivered a
Hpecial aermon. The membera of the
poBi iiiet al the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce and march
ed to the church in a body.
Yeaterday waa a diamal rainy day,
Tb< rain commenced aboul 11 o'clock
Saturdaj night and continued at inter
vals iill this morning when the aun
came oul Tha churchea yeaterday
were bul sliml) attended and rery few
people wi re on the atreeta, Tbeaervicea
were conducted by 'he reaidenl clergy.
ACCIDENT TO A COLORED CHILD.
Tbomaa Haley, a two year-old eol
ored child. whoae parcnts Uve at 616
north Ileinv stnet. was run down yea?
terday afternoon by a Southern Rail
way engine and had his left arm hor
rlbly mangled, Tbe child was taken
io the Alexandria Hoapital, where tbe
arm waa amputaied by Dr. J. M.
The Cardinal Athletic Club will line
up tomorrow againat the Brentwood
Juniora on the old fair groundfl at five
o'clock. S, lmtield and Fatterson will
be tlu- batterj for the Cardinals, A
fasl eaiin- uf hall i- looked for. as both
teams bave been playing good ball thia
-e Is, ,11
MEAL FOR CONDEMNED DOG.
\ man waa before the Poliee Court
this morning charged with hnrboring a
viciouadog. He agreed toallow tne
canine to be killed. The dog was
placed in a cell and an order iaaued
Bentencing it to death tonight. This
afternoon the owner of the aninial ap
jH.ued at the Btation house with a siib"
stanti.il meal for the brute. It COU"
gisted of two egg tandfrichea, a' fried
o\-tir and a aUoe of aweet potate pie
.1. and T. CoueuVa Fnif l.ustral Colt
.md Black Bnaajgo Lujftvua Pumpa
Oxforda, VYektl ind Tura'a price
14.00, .1 A. Mar
ahall at Bro,, 422 King street,
JOHNSON, PINESAND DORSEYCASE
Gov. Mann has notitie.l Mr. Lewia
M Macheo, eoainMl f? Calvin John?
aon, one of the three colored men -en
t.-need to t.e.-leetrocuted MXl Fridav
for parti. ipation in the murder of Wal
tet F Schultz, that he will not an
nounce before Wedneaday what le
tion will be in the eas.-s of Johnaon,
Ba bard Pjpea and Eugeaae Dot
Mr. Macheo had a converaation thi
moriiiiig over the long-distan.e t.le
phone with Dr. Carrington, aIio is the
surgeon of the |?enilentiary and -uper
intenda the electrocution of ooodemned
men iu that institution. Mr. Ma< h.-n
aaked bim wbetbet Henry Smith, the
negro who was ajectroeuted la-i Fridaj
f.,i partii ipation in the murder of
Bcfauhx, a Chicago aruat, knew thal be
was going to die or whether there waa
any truth -n the surmises that Smith
thought he was being put thrOUgfa
aome kind of a third degree. Dr. Car?
rington stated that Smith was perfectly
aware that he was going to die and told
every one goodby. In tratisit from Ihe
death chambei to the chair he made
the atatemenl that he was iunoi cut of
the crime for which he was abouf t<>
die and that .lohn-on. I'ine-aiid |)or-.y
were innocent, Aiter making thia
-tatenient Smith n.ver made m.r at
tempted to make any other nmaik and
was dead within a apaoe of two niiiiiit.
Dr. Carrington stated very emphati
cally that he would not be a party t"
any third degree foolishness in a caae
of that kind. nor would he pennii aucfa
a thing at the penitentiary. if he knew
it. He stated that li>> did not know of
the teat to which Smith was -nbjeeted
on the prcvious occasion until after
Sniith's wife stated this morning that
he received a letter from him written
at 10 O'clOCk the night before ln- exe
.ution in which he said he kievv he
was going to die the next morning. In
this letter he reitcrated that he. Pines
Johnsoii and Dorsey were innocent.
Bbe furtbermore aaid that Smith told
h.r the samr thing in Manh. 1909,
hut told her hc was obliged to tell a
differenl atory t.. aave binoaelf.
In a lettor received laat week from
Smith by one of the lawyers in the
case Smith said : "At lirst I tried to
aave myself, but afterward I was will?
ing to give my life to save the Other
men because they were innocent."
Two tine boraea bekmging to Mr,
Tbomaa YYalshat "Burgun ly " Fairfax
county. died on Baturday, it ia aup
poaed from eating too much graafl
A ineeting of tbe general committee
of arrangementa for tlu- atate nremen'i
convention will be held tomorrow nigbl
in the rooms of the Chamber of Com?
Four hundrcd carpeiitcrs WeUl on
atrike in Waahington today becauae tbe
contractora for whom they hav< been
working have not agreed to a Baturday
half-holiday proposition with full pay.
The Civii Improvement League will
hold a meeting tnnight in the rooms of
the riiamber of Commerce, when the
queetion of acaeening the city alnia
bouae will be conaidered.
In the gaiue of baseball played on
Baturday evening between the Alexan>
dria Atbletic Club and the Cherrydale
nines tbe former won by a score of '.?
The regular moiitlily meeting of the
Woman'a AuxUiary to R. E. Lea Camp,
Confederate Veterans. will be held in
Confederate Veterans' building to-mor
row evening at 7:80 o'clock,
The board of managers of the < >ld
Ladiea1 Home will meel al Lee Camp
Hall tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
All ladies interested in the home an
invited to attend.
The annual meeting of the atock
boklera of the United States Beally
Company, of Washington. incorporat
ed. was held in thia city thia evening,
at which time the election of directorfl
and officera was held.
Mr. C. R. Vatea on Baturday even?
ing aent to this office a package of
freafa peahuta roaated t<? a turn and
which waa greatly enjoyed, Thebuai
neaa of the company in roaating coffee
and peanuta is rapidly increaai
At Bt, Mary- Church yeaterday
morning about 200 rnembera of the re
cently organixed Hoiy Name Bociety
received communion, and Rev. II. J.
Cutler, the paator of tbe church, de
livered a aarmon appropriate to ihe oc
The B. H. B, Ahimiii Aaaociation of
Waahington will give then fifth annual
axcuraion to Marshall Hall tonight.
The ateamer Macaleater will atop at her
wharf here at 7 o'clock. A plea-anl
evening ia ptoiniaed all who make tbe
The COtd rainy weailn-i Wbicfa haa
prevailed with bul a slight interruption
f"r the pa.-t week araa followed todaj
by clearing conditions. Tbe mercury
roae rapidly thi? morning and at ooon
regiatered 7'? degreea.
Mr. Noiinan BeatOr,67 years old, as
aiatant manager of the international
Banking Corporation, and well kuown
financier of waahington, died audden
ly yeaterday morning in hia room- a!
the Woodley apartmeiit house. Colum?
bia road .md Windwood place. Mr.
Doator was well known in tlu- city.
The will of Wiliiam R. l.ee. colored
WM admitted toprobatein the Corpora?
tion Court today The u-stutor leavea
tbe house and lot at the corner of
Montgomery and Waahington atreeta to
bia sister. F.lleli B. Lee, alid appoint
ber axecutrix. He make- alao a num?
ber of miiior bequeata,
No Days Left
Tomorrow is the Day.
i>id you aeeept our BUggefltion of Sat
Urdaj.and plaa to spelld tomorrow with
theA. L.1 at Marshall Hall.' Well. ii'
vou did you will enjoy youraelf, butlf
you did not, Oh, well: you laae,
Seleet Bofl Shell Crabfl on toast and
Deviled Crabs at Spinks's Cafe. i'rinee
and Royal streets.
Krrsh Country Butter Just received,
28c ib. Beat Elgla Creamery Butter S4c
iii Freafa Egg*.2Se doz.. PaaeyJapan
Rlee. whole grain. 6c H>- Blbe. Evapo
rated Peaohefl Oo, 3 lb*. Large Prunes
2Sc, 3 Cana Flafa Roe36e,7 Iba. Laundr;
st:ir, h 8Sc, T Cakea Star Soap 25o,3Cans
Pink AJaaka s.Umon 26c, 4 Cmam Be-t
Tornatoee 25e, ? Cans Bugar Corn 25e,
Qreeu Mountain Potatoee Me btaabel.a
Cana Early June Pehe, 25c.8 Iba. Pure
| Buckwbeat 25c, V . F. Wootie ASds
I Royal and Wolfc streets-Queen and |
j Ilcnry street
A crowd uf |5,000 persons tired a
\ brewery in l>oih?n. Bavaria. today and
j tought the poliee. The owners of the
brewery had refuaad to toww tlu price
pf beer half a cent a piut,
Mi- Mary Hall. of Uichniond. i
vi-iting friends on BOttth Lee atreet
Mi - Louh K. Payoe, of Ohaiidlwr,
Okla., who baa been the gueat of ber
si-ter. Mra. Frank S. Harp. i. is BOU
the gueat of ber aiater, Mrs. Daaaing
toti. in Fairfax ...unty.
Traffic M.mager Warreti P. Tayloi.
al the Hiehnioiid, Frederieksburg and
Potomac, Icaroafnirhmond next Wed
iie-.lav for I.os AngeJee, ('al., to at
tetid the aunual meeting of the Freight
Claim A-so.iatioii of which heisseere
tarv and treasurer.
Sir-. BlixabethGary Webb, of Waah?
ington, and Mr. Ho-.well Hrougntoti. of
Norfolk. were quietly married on Sat?
urday at tbe homeof thebride'amother,
Mr-. Lucy W. Qary, near Alexandria.
Only the unniediate family were
Mr. Cbarlea F.ntwi-le. of thiscity, and
Miaa Francea M. Vanacriver, of Waah?
ington, were married 00 Saturday by
Bev. J. B. Sevier.
Prof Willis Moore, of the U. S.
Weather Bureau has agrccd to order
a l.eaiiiiful lunabining day for tomor?
row. Tueaday, June 7th. ao that the
patrona of ihe a. I. I. excnraion can
enjoy themaelvea at Marahall Hall
without the aid of their furs. The
day'a programme will start immedia
telj afi.i the arrival of the morning
boat. TI-,.- bell game will start about
4 o'.lo. k and after the night boat ar
rivea ihe I'ri/e Drill and the drawing
will take place for the $25. Gold Wat.h
and Fob, to l.e gtven for the lu.ky
ticket. If poeatble, g.? down ou the
morning boat and spend the day with
u-. hut if y..u cannot, then let na have
ai much of your time aa you think
you can give up to p|. a-uie, and it
will l.e pleaaure beyond a doubt
The steamer kmvea Beed'a wharf
10:80 a in. 8:00 and 7:.ll>.
THE CITY'S P0PULATI0N.
Wbile no oilicia) info'rmataon has yet
been givenoul concerning thecenaua
recently laken, it is learned on what is
<aidto be good authority that imtaad
ofthe lir-t lepoil pvenout totheeffe.t
that the city of Alexandria had loH in
population during tlie paat ten yeara,
lhat a- a loatter ,,f fa.i the city'a pop
ulation baa increaaed and has j
the 15,000 iiiark. Ii i- bopedthtt this
information may be correct.
The date- for . lo-ilig the several
brancbea of tbe public Kboola was at
the meeting of the City Sehool Hoard
laat Thuraday night left to the diacre
iioii of the auperintendent, who today.
decidi d upon the lollowingdaya for luch
Waahington Bcbool, white boya,
on Thuraday, June 16; Lee Sehool,
white girls, Priday, June 17: Snowden
Bcbool, cetored boj -. at 9 o'clock Mon
day morning, June 20, aml Haltowell
Sehool, colored girla, al 11 o'clock
Monday morning, June 20
Mr. A. .1. Wedderburn waa today
preaented with the old dock which
itood ..ii the lnanile piece in the room
al Appoiniltox in wbicb lieiieral- Lee
and Grant aigned the articlea oi sur
render. The clock ia a curioaity from
every point oi view and was left lo Mr
Wilmei McLean, who preaented it to
Feiiton Daniels. of Fairfax eounty,
was arreated by Conetable Payne on
Saturday and carried before Juatice
Talbert, al Johnaon'? Hill, in Alexan?
dria county, charged with aelling a
borae to a man named Hymon, who
claimed thal the borae died aoon after
he made the ])iirehase. The case WM
? \i.i> \t RB A CUMBi
In his baccalaureate aermon lo the
graduatingclaaa ofSyracuae, New York,
Univerait) yesterday morning, Cban
celloi Day directed an attack upon the
automobile induatry as being non*pro"
ductlve, declared tbal the American
public ipenl more money on their dogl
than ..ti their preacben oi tbe Qoapel,
and - dd that the m.iii who bringa ?
bome to a woman ia greater than the
Buffragette or th? female temperance
The automobile. he declared, waa ?
eiu-e to the pul.lie. Dr. Da> urged
-elf-denial. telling the claae to get along
without thinga until they could atford
them, Mechanica, clerka and buaineaa
in. ii. be aaid, were mortgagiog their
homea t" purchaae automobilea, an.J
through the automobilea were losing
their bomea aud theii poaitiona.
Take a broad and apparent illus
traiion." be s.ud. "Tbe number of
young men who are eoursing througb
tho country in automobile-1- appalling.
It i- becoming a question of whethei
tbat moat faacinating oi allroad coo
reyancea i- not i i ui ??? to the people
Thursday, Friday and Satur?
day Nights and Sautrday
Special After Regular Moving Pic
turc Show?Starting at 9 o'efock.
MR. R. M. CHAMBERS
- - PRESENTS - -
The Arab Ali Ben
TJ AndHisW*ond?r-73 1
OaSSan ful Arabim horseiVUDy
A Feature Act atChase's Scason 1908
O T T ^? matl,emal"cal prob
^\PP H Pt* 'emsr R? t0 b*d in her
iJCC A At^i brass bed> oit the ule.
phone, unpick her trunk, do several other
tricks seemingly impossible lor a hor?e to
Nc/lil-. r.-L".ilar -how. 7 to :e adiuls-ton "jc
N'iKhtx. :? to 10.3), lliii.v and picturea..lOe
.Matinee Saturday.Kul.y and the rejjular
raudevUle aad pleturefl.lOe
OOT.?B Sulllvaa'a Btoreaad
1 Mr-. Roee Dowaey'a eoraer, aboot
* |. m. Saturday, a ailk aratch F09, Witb
-gold eroaa marfced Edgar HaUecar. fjin."
A liberal reward tfleftat l/uirfax -fCo's,
IJ'I Kdng -treet
F.i: iti.\ l ii. il SE \o UOfl Queen
sir. et. i. rooma and l?th. Inouire at
iioi Queen atreet- h ?'? Iw.
DWELUNO Borthweat eoraer of
Prineeaaand Columbua atreeta,9rooma
batb,botand eold arater, new range in
kit< lien, large yard Apply to J. C M1L
Washington, D. C.
Six new styles wash skirts of
[t'a a pkaaure Juat to hwk at them?eo'clean, new. freafa and dlne
Strictly man tallorea
New pieateii and gored effecta.
Tbequalitj exceptional. Worth 15.00 and youll admltil when
see them?Second Boor.
NOTICE.?We desire lo -ive liotiee
that we have thta daj alanoaed of
our atoek of Cbina. Olaaaware, Tinurare,
L'to-.toMr. Oaaar F. Carter, wbo will de
vote his time to the wfaoleeale and retail
Crockery buaineaa in AJexandriaj Wr
ginia. at'.'jU'j King atreet We ? lah to lake
thia opportunlty to thank the public for
toeir patronage, and to ask IbrMr. Car
ter the eontimie.l patronage and support
tUat was so lihcrally beatowed upon Us in
the past. Youra truh .
THK MILI.KU TOMPANY, Inc.
Alexandria. Va.. .lune 2nd, 1010.
I will eoutthue buatneaa at the ??1?t
stand brtblrty daya where 1 will be glail
toaeemj Menda and patroni and will
give them gooda al coal pricea nrevlo
to moving. it will pay tu eaJl. I am
fntteful to all my cuatornera for tbeii
iher.il patronage in the DMl and a~k a
share for m\ in-w Btore.Na GOS Kinf
atreet, an soon as opened.
0je3 10t ?'. P. C UITKR.
this summer ?
If so. then here are aome Camp Bargains:
Denatured Alcohol Stoves. 1.2. and 3
holes at coat.
Camp Stools. Tents, Chairs. Hammocks.
Sprintfj. Lamps. Gunj and Whistles.
R. E. KNIGHT
__62J-23-25 King Street.
CHOII i: PRE8H and BALTED Ml. \ rs
OP All. KIMiS
Btall No. 20 MarKei Building
Btore Cor. King and Columbua Ntreetx
II ordera for all kiml- of <lamo
i i-h. Terraplna, Poultrj . Pruita
jej-::t and Vegetable -.
The most popular resort on the
Salt Water Bathiog, Fishing and Crabbing
Steamer St Johns
Saturday 6.30 p. m.
Sunday 9.30 a. m.
DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 '
J SEASON TICKET J.OOi
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
j 0.1 3m
FIFTH ANNUAL BXC1 RSIOX
B. H. S. ALUMNIASSOCIATION
TO MARSHALL HALL.
Boata leava Waahington al 10, 230 and
6J0;atopal Alexandria each trip.
Athletk meel at grounda, i o'clock;
motorboai raclng seen from
630 boat Danclng.
TONIGHT. JUNE 6. TICKETS. 25c
Feed at Auction*
I will offer fur aale al public atietion on
THUR8DAY. June O, 1810. at IDoVloek
a. m.. at the waahington and < ihio Rail
road freight houae two earloadx isn
sacksi of FKLI> refuaed i>> conaignera
I. a HINKENM.
Agent Southern Railwaj Company,
U/eareloyoufl and bappy men aud we
like to radiate good-feHowabip. VVe paj
our dehu and when jrou bave been good
to us we just i-an't help than king you
I'or it. Tm: <' \ mi i:n\ Dairi
Ll Mll isiiiiaiirin footing and there
are just two eaii-e- thatibave made thia
poaaible?Y< >l ainl l s
Wcjust wantynutn kium thal ireare
proaperoua and thal sre-donot forgei our
obligation to you ^ ou will never lind us
shon on good aervice, and now ???
THANI Voi anttaej COME AOAIN
Cameron Dairy Lunch.
Open all night. MG King street
Exquislte, Chlna, Silver
and Giaaa.Mahoganj .and
Cryatai t loeka.
Higbeet quality audilow
est prieefl alwaya,
R. C. ACTON V SONS.
Jew/ajaorj and Bliveramitha.
NOTICE, ? A meeting cl Potomaa
Lodge, N" B, 1 0.0. V . will I"
held at -..*> this evening, to mak
rangementato attond the funeral of our
late hrother A-J. l-'sdr. which will Uke
place tomoyrow (TUkBDAY) afternoon
at 4 o'clock, The ui.-uili.-i-. of Sur.-pta
Lodgo. Xu. gt, are reapectfUlly invlu*d to
joinusat this time. By order ofN. O.
W. i: LATHAM, Bec )
NOTICE.?Havlng qualitted a~ execu
torof the eetateof MARY H.LI S r
deeeascd. all peraoufl havlng claims
against the saiil estateare berebv noti
preaent the aame to me duly verl
Dedfor seUlemeiit. and all peraona in
debted to said eetate are bereby notified
to make prompt paymentofthi ir in
ednis-tome. SAMILL II. 1,1 NT.
je4 lm txecutor.
When Cupid gets busy. there's always
happincss, fond memories and plcasant
future s. But gifts play a very impor?
tant part. The "ovre-night" gifts ?
the kind that last but a day. week. or
month. are soon forgotten.
Jewelry, the Lifetime Gift.
is Always Highly Prized
Help Cupid by doing the right thing
for the happy couplc. Many appropriate
suggestions now on|display.
SAUNDERS & SON,
629 King Street.
Ihe Beer Season
Beci i- really a drihk ofall
?ns. luii as the syarm
W eal her eollles i,||. tllel'e i
a great Inercanc in it- use
beeauae it i- tbe 1..-1 thlrsl
queni'her ofall beverages,
lla\ e \ OU trie.l
11 v.iii are a lo\er of good beer
1 OUWfll )>e d.li.'lile.l wilh it. Il
ii 1- a Uu.- flavor; a mnooth.veh at)
1 1 o- dc\ l)id of all l.itterne -
thal i- dlMtinctlj iis own.
The deinand for our producl la
ever Inereaaiug. and ne ea pecl to
lireak :ill re <.r.l- thi- aeaaon.
1. -i 11 ? send \ ..ii 1 caae,
"Phone No. 49-D
$1.00 48-in. Ramie
26 pieee- ol '-Mra .pialltV Haime
Linen?the kind at this time in demand
foi two pieee -llll-. ele Tbe COlOI* aie
thi.e -had.- ol light blue, j.ink. dark
green, canary, cbampagne, jray, co
penhagen, terra cotta.. brown, raap
berry, triataria reaeda, mulberry,
leather. apii. ot. tan. navy. and black.
thia 1- tbe greateal of all linen bar
gaina, Tbink of buying a 11 quality
at the beginning d tbe aeaaon for al
ino-t hall price. Thia lot only, C\Qp
wbile it la-i-. at, jrard OVK,
420-426 Seventh Street.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs. Dcviled CrabB
and Crab Salad
Al JACOB IMMI.I.- I'I.ni ll'R W I
foot of Killi,' stre.-t
Opea until IU p- mi ?l>rt *?"?
KING AND PITT STREETS.
An Unusual Bargain in Fine Mercerized
We will place on sale tomorrow, Tuesday, and as
long as they last, fifty pieces fine colored Mercerized
Cotton Crepes at a price less than the actual manufac
turer's cost. These goods hove been obtained by us at
a great sacrifice and have been retailed in most all the
depariment stores this season at 19c yard. Our price,
as long as they last,
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
I ?KY GOODS.
Woodward & Lothrop
Gilt Suggestions lor June Weddings
Combination of Beauty and Utility for Home Vse and
Sterling Slh er 8ugar Boa -
h. aa.oa and fio
Sterling Silver Uream
Pii.-iier- Each.|9.ooand 110
Sterling Silver Bonbon
Dlnhes. Bach H-60 to 112.75
Vaaea- Sterling ullver do
p..-it ..ii cryBtal -la--. Ba 12 iO to |10
Sterling Silver Tea Spoona.
Hairdozen . 14.501
Sterling Silver ii.--.-ii
Spoona. llah .I../.H. 110 to|12.60
Sterling SHver Deaaert
l-ork- Halfdozen. flO to $r2.50
Sterling Silver Table Porka,
ii.iii.i../.-ii. aioto -
Sterling Slh erTable Spoona
Halfdozen. Hno $15.75
Silver-platod Baking Dlah
Each. I2.UI i. -
oilver-platcd Tea s<-ts, Ea liJ to
Silver-plated Coflee Kriis.
Sih. I? plate.I I'elll hi-lies.
Eacb. tl.00 t"?i"
Silver-plated Trajra Each |2.50to|10
Silvei plaled Sllldw iell
Piates. Each. - ?': i|lo.oo
China and Art Ware.
h'rench China Sugmr and < n.-ain
s.-t- Each. MJSOup
r'renetl China Chop l>ishes.Ka M w up
Kreneh China Oake Plate*. Ba.. Sl.uuup
French China Salad Bowla Ba.. P1.00 ,ll?
lapiii.-e Ware?\ ,.-.- alld
Fancy Ornamenta !-.-?-??.*i tofa.oo
i abinei Ornamenta Real Ivory
and \ i.-iiiia l.roii/.e: Large |
Rortment of artlaue i
and abapea, Kaeh. tt to ?25
Hrilli.iiitiuti.las- Va-,-. Kaeh J?M.> up
Hrilliani Cut Olaaa Bowla.Bach ?.75up
! Brllllanl Cut <;las- Pmit Di-li
.-. Each. t^.i>up
IJrilli.int Cul lilass Ollve l?i-li
es. Each. ll.ouup
Brllllanl i ut Olaaa Gomporta.
Hoildoir ClOCka, i'reneli (,'ilt.
in :. \arietv of altraetive
effecta. Bach. H-Hi
Mahogany Mantel Ctooka
Odd Parlor Chalra. Bach.... *>>.w to ??
June Sale White
For the Bride or Graduate.
Imbroidered pin dot, Embroidered Swisses at 25c,
39c, and 50c.
White Paris Muslins, 25c, 39c and 50c,
White Wash Chiffons, 18c, 25c, 39c, and 50c.
Mercerized White Batistes, 25c and 50c.
Cream Serges 50c and $ 1.00.
Cream Nun's Veilings 50c.
White India Silks, 25c, 39c, 50c, and 75c.
Satin Liberties 59c and 75c.
Embroidery flouncings. 25c, 39c and 69c.
All-over Embroideries, special lot 59c.
New line German Val Laces and Insertings.
"Moire Sash Ribbons, 25c and 39c,
Persian Ribbons, 25c and 39c.
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
China Matting, rolls of 40 yards at $5.75.
Very heavy at $7 and $9.50 roll. Any body
can beat our prices, but never the quality.
Heavy backed Oilcloth in all widths, 1
yard 1 1-4, 1 1-2 and 2 yards at 25c and 30c
a square yard.
Wild's Printed Linoleums 50c a square
Wild's Inlaid $1.25 a square yard.
Window Shades in stock, all sizes, alsc
made to order.
Look at ours before buying. We can save
you money. All our carpets are made, laid and
lined free of charge.
518-520 King Street
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