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71?YAV1>HIA. VA., SATIHDAY KVKXIVG, JUNlJUiHO 1MSICE J CENT8. VOLITHE CX1.-NO- 138 HcrriDg Roc New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERR1NG ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. Vctcran Dust Extermina ttng Sweeping Compound. Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiseptic and Disinfectant Does theWork and ia Cheap. For Sale in Any Quantity G. W. RAMSAY. FOUNDERS \M? MACH1NI8T8 J. &, H. Aitcheson MACIUNISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Bafiaaar and Machinista' Supplica. Pipc. Pipc Fittings. Valves. fifc. Blacksmithing 6? Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria ln Works POUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SM1TH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. Manufaetarara of Powerful Turbinc Pumps; wiO lift water 28 feet. Atfents for Intcrnational Coal Oil En (iaca, a safc and rcluhlc power. We aolicit your ordcra on all kinda of Iron Work. Bcll Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE. 514 Evaaa Building. Phone Main 7. Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on the Potomac River Salt W.itcr B.Mhing, Fishing and Crabblng Steamer St Johns Saturday t>.30 p. m. Scuaday 9-30 a. m. FDA1LY ROUND TRIP $0.50 are: season ticket 1.00 Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. je:! :!in 1 , i,ll?-:iter'suMiaranteedClierr\ Coilgh K? in, ,K lo elire COUghS, We don't sa\ oryour monej back, beoauaa tbere a no need. it ourea; 25o bottle. rCBUSHKD DAILt AWB TBI-WBBBOT AT GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 i-iiiM i: htreet. [Kntered atthe PoatofBce of Alexandria. Vlrsinia, aa aecond-claaa raatter.j Trrms: Kailv i jrear, B5.00; 6 months, Biso; :; moatha, 11.25: l month,4l eanta: i week. 10 eellts. Tri-weekly i jrear, 13.00: C months. |1.50: :: roontha, 75 oenta; i raonth, -> Contract advertiaera will not l>e allowed toexcecd their apaee unleaa the exoeaa is pald lor at tmnalent ratea, and under no cirenmatanoes will they heallowad to advertiac other than their legiti mate buaineaa in tbe apaee eontraeted Keaolutlona in memoriam, of thanks tributeaofreapect. reaolutiona adopted l,v Hooietiea or peraoBMinleaaol pui>nc ,.,'?.rn. will be printed In the papar :is advertlaemcnta. itrn *r.i> TO im.hkokm <i:mi >io>^. BrodieL. Duke, a member ol the family ol lobacOO milli?-nair.-s, arenl quietly to Waahington yeaterday to negotiate tbe fourth niarriage contraci of his rareer, and after carefully laid plana for the eereniony, ran afoul <>r a Preshyterian clergyraan'a averaion to (livorce. Mr. Duke had planned to be marricd al 4 o'clock yeaterday after noon to Mis- Wylanta Roechelle, ol Durharo, N. <'., his honie city. Rev. Donald C. MacLeod, paatoi of Firal Presbyterian Cliiireh iu Waahington, bad agreed to perforrn the eeremony before he knew the circumatance*. Tli.it nnderatanding was reaehed be tween tbe proapective bridegroom and the Preabylerian pastor aboul 9 o clock in the morniug, aoon after Mr. Duke and his brkle-to-be had arnived in the city. ... , Under the law of the Distrtet of C.Uiml.ia it is roquired that the name oftbe miniater or marrying juatice appear on the licenae application and th,- licenae before it ia iaaued. Cognizant of thia proviaion Mr. Duke, aceompanied by a friend, callcd on Rev. MacLeod before lic applied for his liee.ii>,-. Having arranged t.> l?- married in Paator M~iiel.iM.ds Btutly at 4 o'clock, Mr. Duke procured Uie licenae. He gave his lesideiie.- and that of Mia* RuHchellf as Durham, N. ?'.. 1"- age al G2 years and hera as 28. The name of Dr. MacLeod was gjVen aa tho mar? rying paraon. 8o far the plana were running amoothly l.ater in tho day aome neeker after news diacovcred thal Brodic L Duke, the Uabacco man, three timca married, twiee divorcedand on acveral occaaiona invojved in marital ditliculties,thc cbicf ol which involved troublewith bia last irife, tho late Alice Webb Duke. waa to be marricd. This fan aubaequentlj | was announced to the public through tbe newapapera. Wariied of the forthcomingevent, re portera and photographera gathered al the Firal Preabyteriaii Churcli, Hall an bour before the appointment. Dr. McLeod arrived al thechureh. He en tered his rtudy and a lew minutea later canie <>ut and requeatedthecamer brai gade to lease the churchyard. Bum moning the reportera, he informed them that there was to be n<> wed dinj,' "The marriage licenae bureau recorda show that you are to marry Brodie L. Duke." was guggeated. "Well, I am nol going t<> marry him Jiere or anywhere," replied the pastor Bpmewhal vigoroualy. "Have you refuaed to marry him on the tround that he has figured in the divorce coiirt ' Well. thal ianot for me toaay," waa the !? ply. "You are a good gueaacr." BBD0 loli VlltMMA SOLHIBR8. The War Departmenl at the requeal ,,f Coloncl C A. Dempaey and the ad jutant general, has deoided to furnish thc Virginia troopa who attend the Gettyaburg eneampment and maneu? vera with 1,900 cota, which will enable every man to sleep comlortably after his hard day'a work. After tho encampmonl iaovertheae eots will become the property ol thi atatfi and will beaasignod to the varioua companiea. Nearly 2,000 ol Virginia'a militia nien will attend thc maneuvera, which will takc placelrom July lal to July 10th, incluaive. The government will furniah the tranaportation and aubaiatence, which. reapectively repreaeni expenditurea ol aboul $19,000 and 14.000. Thc commonwealth will pay the ?oldiera for theiraen'ieea, which will re quire aboul 126,000. Thia money comea out of the sum- allotted to this statc by| the government. All branchea ol the aervice will par ticipate in the maneuvera, and it ia be lieved thal the outing will reaull in a va.-t deal of good to the raibtiamen. ?BIKE CONVICTI.I). Charlea B. Heike, the white-haired secictary of thc Amciuan Bugar KV fining Company. was convicted in New York last night on one counl ol an indictment charging conapiracy to dcfraud the government ol cuatoma duea on sugar, The verdict was announced at 10:10, after thc jurora had deliberated for twelvehoun minua lourteen minutea. They had labored earneatly, from time to time aending oul lor tranacripta of the teatimony, particularry that re ferring to Heike. But it was Bender nagel'a caae thatcauaed the long aeo aion. Over hia fate more than twenty ballota were taken. Krnest W. Qerbracht, former auper intcndent ol the Williamaburg reflnery, was convicted on all -ix counta. For Jamea V. Bendernagel, former cashier ol the reflnery, thejury atood 7 to o for acquitUl. Hc will l.e tried again. Thi- enda the government'a aeoond attempt to imprisoti the group of men reaponaible for the vast under woighing Irauda to which the ao-calied AWFUL PAINS FULLY DESCR1BED A Lady of Pizarro Tells Story of Awfui Suffering That Cardui Finally Relieved. Pizarro, Va.?"I suffered lor aeveral years," writes Mrs. Dorma A. Smith, f'with that awful backache and the bcar ingdown sensations, sofully described in your book. "I tried doctors and other medicines and found little relief, until I was induced to try Wine of Cardui, when I found in stant relief and today I can hcartily recommend Cardui to all suffering women and th>nk there is no other as good." ln some instances, Cardui gives instant relief; in others, it may take a little time. But in all cascs of female Irouble Cardui can be depended on to be of benefit, as it is a specific remedy for women and acts in a curative way on the womanly organs. As a general tonic for women, to build up your strength, improve your appe tite, bring back rosy cheeks and make you look and feel young and hanpy, nolhing you can find will do so much lor you as Cardui. Your druggist has it. N. B?WWfr to: LadieV Advtsory Depf. Chatta nooja MrdicineCo , Cliattanooea. Tenn.. lor Spectai Initructiont. and 6<-p.i^c book Home TrMtmeal Jor Women. senl i i v'.r.a wrapper. oa requeiL trust haa virtually confeaaed by the resiitutioii of more' th.in 12,000,000 in duty. lll.M.IW (t)M>llis BUICfDR. Feleeian Buiaaet, a young Belgian, s!i,,t bimaelf through tlie head in the Hotel Brevoorl in New York last niglit, a minute after he had Iwen arrested al the requcai <>f ihe Belgian conaul, wbo reported to the police that Buiaael was a fugitive from his native land and waa wanted therc for the embezzlemenl of :,i??,t |60,000. He will die. Buiaaol i~ only 23 year* old. He ar rived in New York on June 2, and re gistcred at the Breroorl the day follow ing. In an envehipe, which he mr.I over to the elerk, was a draft for 150,000 and a hank-book ahowing a depnsit of 146,000 made yeaterday in the Savuy Triist Company in New York. Th, re were also recorda of other liuan cial tranasetiona, bul no lettera of any deacription. [nhiapocketa were $700 in raah. He had also depoaited $300 with tlie hotelclerk. Among his effecta wer.veral valuable piecea of jewehry, ii.r.r.s to sait.ty. Driven by fear ol death at the handa ,.f her tril.e. whoae membera believeher to l.e a witch, afamie Holmea.an Indian girl, 10 yeara old, has walked lor more than 100 milea, the diatance from the Coachilla reaervation Cal.,to8anta Man uel reseivatioii, ncar Highland. Bhe will be sent to thegovernmenl achoolal l'hociiix. Suiiicient prool to thc [ndiana th.it thc girl is a witch were the facta that aeveral on the reaervation were made ill. a pumpkin wtthered after 'hc girl'a ghadow had fallcn on it and a big dog chained up in Ironl of her parenta' ahack howled all night. Kiewaaahun ed, and one evening when ahe aaw the aged bravea gather ona hill ataundown andindulge in atrange riteaahe alipped awav. Bhe waa found l.v offlHala of the reaervatiou aa ahe was aboul to re decm heraell from "witchbood," in accordance with onoof the auperatitiona of the Indians. by bathingin the watcra of the Arrowhead. Chamberlain'aCough Remedy i> aold on a guarantec that if you are not aat* hficd after h-i11?.' two thirda of a bottle Bccording to ilirectiona, your money will be refundcd. It i< up to you to tiv. Sold l>y W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibaon. I'PPERYILLE HOR8E SHOW, LTPPERVILLE, Va., June 1.VH5. Bouthern K.iilw:,\- on June M, li and Kl will sell greatly reduced tieket* to DelapUuc and Reetortown aceount above sh.ov. Plnal llmll June 17, 1010. ( diisiiit agentai ,>r w rile. I? s. Brown Uen. A^'i. Waabington. I).C. ^iiijiiiiittttttttitiiiiis PROTECT YOUR BOOKS Call and let us show you the advantage of the Gunn Sectional Book Cases. AlsoTypewriter and other Desks. H L IVL Ruben &L Sons. 601 KING STREET. iZIT^lXglinTTTTTITTjj LANSTOS Otllee Ofthe MOSOTYPE ( -iMl'ANY. Phlladelphia, Pa. MACHINE I llllimi . I'o,,.. . ... Thc Board of Dlreetora has thia daj declaredaquaiterly <lividend oflW per eellt. oll tlic (apital Stock ofthiaCom panv payableon the 30thdajrol June, 1910] to atoekholdera of reeord al the oloaeoftbe bmlneaa June 23. [Mtt .1. SKI.l.KKs BAKCHAF Phlladelphla, June 7, IWO Checka will be mailed. jeC.M Treaaurer. ^ Every Hotirs Need ?tt is Filled by (he Bell Telephone dd The rcquirement of the modern oGcc aud bonie i^ f:>r comprehensivs telephone service. This is EOp^Hetf only by the Bell Sy.steni. Your Bell Telephone keeps y< u in constaut touch with everybody looally and by raeans of the extciisive lon^ dfeUnce liues you can talk to any point reachtd by the Dell System. If you art- not a subscriber you are depriving yourself of on?J of the most valuable assets of the age. Efficient Service ReaHonnble Rntea Soiithern Bell Tel. & Tel. Company of Virginia n LET US SHOW YOU Our fine grades of papcr and envelopcj in boxes and by the pound. You will be delighted both in ita quality and priee. S.F.DysonA, Bro. Book Sellers & Stationers, 508 King Street. PhoneSM. flreenhouaea 8. PatrlekSt D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Puneral work promptly attended to. l>o livered lo all parls of tl.il.v. BATI8FACTION OUARANTKKD. M?22 tf Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyapep tia, Indigeation. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Phyaicianj endorae it and tea tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist._ W. H. PECK Paync and Qucen Strcets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 1<?2. For Sunday Dinner Pbone your ordera for "Qnalltjr" lee Cream. ahsolntc purit.v in makingand ulllv the l.c-l ill^rediellts n*,.,|. Ow a i.ir;-.' uwortmonl or Kancy < akea and I'ie-. l'ine I'oilid. l'ruit nnd Marl>le'-ake at 30r per ll>. OMohunea Krult twke !"?? per lb. H. Bloch 615 KIN STREET. Both Phones. KEEP COOL An Electric fan will brinf cool jpring-like breezes into your atore or house no matter hot the auna mer may be. The coat of operation of a deak fan ia about one half cent an hour. . Electricity ia alao the cooleat.moat, convenient and economical tneana ? of illumination. Let ua show you what it will do Bad what it will coat. ia Electric Co. 524 King St. University of Virginia Ileadof Pubtle Bebool fajratetn of Vrr gialA. Lettera. Science. Law. Medicins. Engineering. LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE to needv and deservin.' suidents. B10 I oorera all eoata to Virginia Btudenta la the Aeademie Pe|iartments. Send for catakanaa, HOWARD WIN'si'ux. Raariatnur, l*uiver-it> 1'ostoftlce. Va. invtJ arBw-f LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Shows New Rides Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics je-l -IU k.s.v* iiiti.vc. m \\\<;i:k SUMMER PRICES ANTHRACITE GOIL AnthraeiieCoHll-ceameetreetive Mondav. Ma> J IWft ., LUbw. uriiiir buaineaa when we felt that There has nevnr .??? a time ln tbe hjj^0"" !, ' w? ,,,? thfci .eaaon, aa we were al.lc to tfiv.. better vall.es in ^1' h^t-'o U.U. wehave cmpleted our arraiiferaenta io ^lriXn ?d will have a ooal whloh ,,reeorihevcrvl?.steollieric-,n..o Anr^ion^ ? iiniiorin in nuallty, well prepared, anu t oai w Wl" - our l'.nu aummer priee- on iin he average .1 i ...... iu.. ^ tliat c in hc had. and we earn i I* our dealre to rrve our trada tbe beet valueainaican ,-tlv lolleit tho order- ufour Wenda aud aitatomor* W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC. HKI.I. TELI'HOKE l?and '.7. HOME TELEI'UOKK I'-Jaud .'.7. ORDER OPEICE,KaaOB KIXttHTREET You Will Enjoy rourawirall through life ir you itae oau iion. i-ive an attentlre aar, and LISTEN TO VS ABOUT CIGARS. After lisi,?niu,' a-l on our adviee by buring your mippllea ofiia. It's a Luxury Smoking Cigars Freii our stoek. HAMILTON &, CO. 322 KING STREET. !?'. S. Ilarper is soln atfetit for our I'l.uitatioii < i^ar ALEXANDRIA! We are ioyoua and liapp.v meu and we like tO radiate good-fcllowahip. Wc UBJ our dehta and when jroti hare lioen good to it- we ju-t ean't help tbanking you to* ii. i'm: CAMaaoa l> UBT. l.i'N't II laonarlnn footiag and tbere ara just two eauaea that hare ntade thia IKMwihlc VOl' and L'M. \\'.? just wanl you to know that we are pnwpcroua and that wedo not forget "llr ohligation to voii. You will never tind us ahoti on good aerrlco, and now we THAXK VOUandaay C0ME A.OAIX. Cameron Dairy Lunch. Opan all algbt 106 Kin^' atreet PIANOS - SOLD ON - Easy Payments. W. I. Whitson 611-613 King Street. j-jim CIOAB BALEBMAN WANTKM Kxperiencc unneteaaary. Bell our branda n tba retall trade. Blg pajr. Write for full i-artieulars Bt <.? flLOBECIOAR 00.. t'leveland, <?. fel.t:>tjel', Hard Crabs. Soft Craba. Deviled Craba and Crab Salad At JAOOfJ 11KII.I.S KKSVAI KAM BMatof KJag Street. Opeu uutil 10 p- ?" al,r: ,;m PEBTILIZERS JoHN P. UolllN-oX. '-lo s. le.ix. II. Preaidenl Heon?tary. Alexandria Fertilizer and VI AM KAC'I IIIII!- ftV Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials aod Sulphuric Acid. A,k rour d.aler l'or the A Icxandria Kertillaer and Chemical C'c'a Pvodueta. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prlnceaa street and Potomae Rlver Wharf. Alexandria. Virginia. RlCHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturcr of FERTILIZERS orrtca vviisiniio: 115-117 n. aoTALarr. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Agricul tural Implementa. Vchicles.Harneaa. Field and Garden Seeda. WABBBJOCHBB, BOUTfl tMo\ MTBBST, on i.im: oi Bon in aa bailwat. Also Graln, Hay, Straw andall kindsof Mill Feed Will alvrays keeu la atoen the bigheat gnade of theiie arUclen. NOTK'E.?Ilavlng qualificd as exeeu toroft.-state oTMARY H.LUNT, deceaaad. all peraona having elaima ?gainat tbe aald eatateare bereb* notl Hed to preaent the aarne to me dulj rerl Hed for aettlenieat. and all peraona in dehted t" said estate are heivhy nolilied to niakeorompt payuient oftheir indel.t adaaaa to me. SAJtUEL II. l.l'NT. jet tje> Kxeelltor ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. Jl.OOO.OOO. Paael Ea Capital. ?300.000. DIRECTOR5 C J. Rixey. lohn P. Robinaon. Thomaa J. Finnon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader. George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Adminiatrator and Trustee. lasue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonda. General Banking and Truat Buaineaa Tranaacted Intereat paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banka. Corpora tiona. Firms and Indivtduals. and promise liberal treatment consiatent with lound banking methods. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try some of our fine Imported Winea and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streeta. Both Phonea. OVERLAND SIMPLICITY. What i- ihc kevnoteofthe remarkable auceeaaof OVBRLAND CARfOWhat is it that makcii this mr the choice of manv thouaanda ofpeople: the tovonta noa >ess,,rs an.i the enw ?.r th.>mpetitor?? Matchlea* RlmpllHty; rtitnearleao -imi.lea child can -u<e,>-nillv operatee it. It is -,. coonomleal that itaupkiH p laa verv -mall ilem. Stur.U and trotlble free. So relial.le thal Mi- Hlanche HPOttOf Rnrheater. K. Y.. ia now touring wlthoul maaeullne nidtn ?e Paetfle In a Mo.iei No. ::s. \\ :it,ii her daily proajre*aon ourwlndow map.' Myers Brothers,.115 N. Pitt Street. The June Dride The happieat creature in all the world. You can add to her pleaa i?re by aelectintf a preaent for her from our larjfe and varied atock. For example~an 18kt Tififany Rintf. $5.00 to ?8.00. Handaome Neck Chain and Locket from 15.00 to ?25. A dainty littie Brooch. *2.00 to $20. or a pretty pie.ce of cut tflass at almost any price. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34:. 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. FOR SALE Within one mile of the limits of Alexandria city, five and one-half acres of ground, improved by three dwellings well rented, and in fine condition, located in Alexandria county, and convenienee to electric and steam railroads, on the main avenues leading to Alexandria and Washington. Excellent location for a subdivision. Let us show you this property. For prices and terms and detail information on the above properties, call on or address THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.