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atvvavmima VA.. TCKSDAV KVKXING. JCXK 14.1910 IMiICK 2 CENTS. VOLUME ('XL-XO. 140 Herring Roc New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. Veteran Dust Extermina tintf Sweeping Compound. Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiscptic and Disinfectant Does theWork and is Cheap. For vSalc in Any Quantity G. W. RAMSAY. FOUNDERS AND M M'HIMSTS J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfincer and Machinists* Supplie*. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs, Valves. &c. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY, MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. Manufacturers of Powerful Turbine Pumpj; will litt water 28 fcet. /Vfeutl lor Intcrnational Coal Oil En ftace, a aafe and rcliablc powcr. We aolieit your ordera on all kind* of Iron Work. Bcll Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: ft 14 Evans Building. Phone Main 7. Colonial BeacL The most popular resort on the Potomac River Salt Watcr Bathing, Fishing and Crabbing Steamer St Johns SaturJay t>.30 p, m. SunJay 9.30 a. m. FDAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 are: season ticket 1.00 Rcardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot ol Cameron Street. j.-:: :'.n! i..i,!1,,atcr'a guarauteed Ctaerry Congh Itemcdy t,. cure cougha. We dontaay or.vonr money i>:ick. beeauae therei no n'eedL lt euret; 2Se bottle. IMItl.lSHIJ. I.AIl.r AM.TUI-WDIKI.V AT OAZETTE BUILDING. 810 and 312 I'KINi K 8TRKET. [Kntere.1 atthe POBtorBoeof Alexandria, VirL'inia. as sce..n.l-elass niatter.] Tkkms: Daily i yet, fSdJO: 8 months, 18.60; :s montha, KIJS: i aaoatb, U eenta: l wc.-k, tOoeata .. Tri wc.-kly I year. |&00: 6 montha, ji..v>: 9 montha, ."> centa; i montn, '-* eenta. ., , , ., . Oontract advertlaera will not Ih- allowed T.-ee.l theirBpucounleeattieexccaB is pald for at tranalent mtee, and under nocirciiiiisi.-inces will they be allowad to B-vertiac otber than their leglti matobualBeM lo theapaee oontaaeted f..r. , .. . K.-solutions ln inctnoriani. of tlianks triiuitcsorr.-spcct. reaolutlonsadoptod l.v Boeietlea or peraona,unle_i <>r pni.iic con.ern, will be prlnted In tbe papar aa advertiaementa SI'IT l-OK lUVORd:. jiiirinj; tbe s.-coiil trial of thedivorce suit of Mr.s. Ktiaabeth Lee Keville, a DOted Virginia la-auty and n-lativc <.f Fitahugfa Lee, againal her huaband, l'et.r Keville, B milliuiiair.- WOOletl merchant, ia the Suprejne Court, Brooktyn, yeaterday, Eaizabeth Coffey, th.- Kevilkva aervant, who ia named by tbe wife, mterrupted the proceedinga l.v treatening a witneaa. TBewitoeaa waa Auguat Then. He tesi.ilicd that duriii" the suuimcr ot 1904, while Mrs. Keville waa in the oountry, be aaw the Coffey girl Bum in.,ii K.-villc as the latter was leaving tbe Keville ll-UISc at 704 I*H? 11.111) a\e nue, and thal Keville wenl to thebaec menl and kiased the m.ii.l. The Coffey girl was in court and al Tben'a worda she sprang t<? her feel and Bhouted : "II I were ncir y..u. I'd li x you." Mra. Keville traagranted a divorce al the lirsi trial <>f thc suit in D?.mber, 1906. She aecured a deeree, but thia waa reveraed by the Appellate Dmaion, which declared that the witne-ses for Mrs. Kcvillc wcic "liie.Mles.,ine W..11I eu" _ad thal it was manifeaily impoa sil.le to li.-ar ktaeing through Btone walla, as had been teatified to l>y rome ,.l theae wttneaaea. Thc Kcvillcs were married in 1885, when Miss Elixabeth Lee was one of th.- inust beautiful debutantca ol Vir? ginia. Mr. Keville is 15 vears her aenior. Tboy aeparated in 1904, Mr. Kevillegiving ln-wife $200a month alimony Bince that time. Keville de nics all tbe chargea and *?ya bc was on his way to Burope at the time that her witnesses >ays be waa kiasing the maid. THE LAKE COMO MYBTBKY. A part of a man'a coat, deelared l.v aome of but flabennen neighbora U> bave bekmged t>. Porter Charlton, w:is found yeaterday in Lake Como, Italy, from the watera >.f whicli the body of hia murdered bride, Mary Bcoti Oaatle Cbarlton, waa recovered lasl 1'iiday. The torn garmenl was fiahed up from the bottom of tbe lake near the ?pot where tbe trunk containing the body <?f the woman was found. Sat urday'a diacoverj rtrengtenena the tbcoiv <>f many tbat a double murder w.-is committed. Earliereridence thal both ?>f tbe Amerkana were killet preaumably for their raluablea, was found in the blood-apattered bed at tbe villa wbicb they occupied. It is deelared tbat tbe scveii wotitids found on the woman'a bead did not releaae any Buch quantity of blood as left its ataina in their lake shore bome. Cooatantine [apolatoff, the chance aoquaintance of the CbBrltona, from wbom they leaaed the villa. remaina in cuatody. Further aupporl of the double mnr dertbeory developed aa the day pro aroaaed. It waa learned thal the inveatigatora had detei-mincd thal the atone witli wbicb the trunk was weighted bad been taken from tbe wall of the aque duct on the ahore of tbe lake. The Btone bad been reiiiovcd from a Bpoi in the wall Oppoaite tln- point at wbicb the trunk was submere.d. Following uptbiscliie, tbe police dis covered tbat another atone ezactly >imilar in aiae bad been lceciitly dug OUl of tbe wall. This is held to be xignificant. Tbe aecond Btone, or rather tbe tirst atone remored, haa nol been loeated. and tlie poUce will not be aorpriaed if they ahould flnd tbat it waa used todrag below tbe anrface of the lake another trunk orboa con taining tbebod) of Porter Cbarlton. TOWM SI\K? l\ i:\KTII. A Buhaidenceof theaurfaceal Avoca, near WilkerBarre, Pa., yeaterday morning, duetothe old workinga of the reimsylvauia Coal Company mines seriously damafed St. atary'a Catholic Church, the parochial reeidenoe ad joining and 14 other bouaee. Terri tory to tbe eztenl of lOOacrea ia al fected. The ground beneath thechurchwai the centcr of the diaturhance, and for ,">.hi f.-et in a radlua from tbe church tbe ground is opened by many flaaurea. Tb<- foundation walla of tbe church are lorn and cracked while tbe building ia twiated off tln- walla and tbe violetit wreoching and at-ttling made a wteck ,.f tbe interior. Tbe other plaoea damaged are twiat? ed and ihaken, while their foundation walla are cracked and broken. Tbe aasttlingof tbe ground was from a few uTbhcs to three feet. The water maina iiCuho streets were broken. and this iclded in the damage, Freqoently roara and rumblinga are audible aud indicate that further falht of roof are occurring in tbe oH workinga, and it ia teared further an.l more eztended aubaidenceof the aurface will foUow. ni. w > DAJfACEal l)F.M\M>i;n. Juat $1,500,000 isaskedof tbernitcd Stat.s aa reparation tor damages in? dicted upon .1 company ol magaziae FARMER'S WIFE HAD HEAP TO DO Mrs. Shepherd Was in Bad Shape When She Could Not Stand on Her Feet. Durham. N. C?"I am a farmer?a wife." writes Mrs. J. M. Shepherd, of this city, "and have a heap to do. "Four months ago I could not stand on my feet, to do anything much, but at this time I do the most of my work. I took Cardui and it did me more good than all the doctors. "You don't know half how I thank you for Ihe Cardui Home Treatment. 1 wish thal all women who suffer from womanly tro'ible wouldtreatthemselvesaslhave. Udies can easily treat themselves at home, with Cardui, the woman's tonic. It is casy to take, and so gentln in its action, that it cannot do anything but good. Being composed exclusively ofvege table ingrcdicnts, Cardui ca.mot lay up troublc in your system, as mineral drugs often do. Its ingredients having no harsh, medicinal effects, and being non poisonous and perfectly harmless Cardui ts absolutely safe for young and old. Ask your druggist. He will tell you to try Cardui. N. B.-WW< io: Ladles* Advlsory D**j_<j__J_ eoosa Medicine Co . Chattanoogi, 1 cnn~ WfeKta InslncUons. and64-~4W book HomaTrMtmeDl for Women. wtnt in piain wtapper. oa requttt piil.iishers in b bill introduoed m tbe Houae yeaterday by Repreaentative Bartholdt, of Miaaouii A i.ri. f aocompanying the bill ael forththal the Lewia Publiahing Com? pany, of Univeraity City, Mo.. pub> lislicrs of two rnagazinea for women, wen- injured ui the extenl <.f tbe atni.uiit asked by proaecutionBbegunby the r..si..ili.e Departmenl and the Departmenl ol Juattce, It is alleged thal theee rmblicationa were cxcluded fi.mi tho niails, the company'a busineea okwed for many montha, thouaande of dollan extorted iu unlawfui poejage ratea, 300,000 copioa of tbe rnagazinea confia ated and ?puriouH indictmenta brought againal ..tliceis of tbe rompany and never tried. Thc l.ii.f tor thc publiahing oom i.any is aigned by Fdwin C. Maddeo, who was third aaaiaianl poaUnaater general al tbe limo the action <d tbe government was taken againal the publisherB, Chamberlain'aCough Bemedy ia aoM on a guarantee thal if rcm are not sat iaflcd after uaing two thirds of a bottle according to directiona, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to u-v. Bold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Qibaon._ \\ KKK KNIiTH KKTS. Loeal week eii.l liekeis Washington U) Homoraet, Warrenton. Harrlaonburg. Bluemont and Intermedlate atatipna aold on Hatimlnvaand Sundaya, valid for re turn ..n Mon.lav at very low fares. will be pla.-.-d on salc by Southern Kallwav at Waahington.D. ('., beginnlng BATUR? DAY, May >ili. an.l eontinuing until October 2, incluaivc. L. s. BROWN, Qeneral Agent KEEP COOL An Electric fan will bring cool apring-like breezcs into your atore or house no matter hot the sum mer may be. The cost of operation of a deak fan is about one half cent an hour. Electricity ia also the coolest.moat convenient and cconomical means of illumination, Lct us show you what it will do and what it will cost. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. For Sunday Dinner Phone your ordera f??r "Quality" lee creani. absolutc purity in inaklngand onlv tbe i.cst Ingredienta uacd. \Ui. a largeamtortmenl of l-'an.-y <akea l-'ine'l'oiind, l-'iiiit and Marl.le ? ake at j-h- per Ib. QMolaaaea l-'ruit (ake IfiC )>er Ib. 615 KING STREET. H. Bloch Both Phones. Virginia Military Institute "THE WCBT POINT OF THK SOUTH" Collt-Kialr an.l trchulcal cour?e? comblned wllh llic rlfld .liscipline of an army poat. Virelnia Cadets tulllon frcc. I ealngten, Va. 0?n. E. W. NICHOLS, Supt. irTTTTITTIIIlITTTTTIITIITflj PROTECT YOUR BOOKS Call and let us show you the advantage of the Gunn Sectional Book Cases. AlsoTypewriter and other Desks. M* Ruben & Sons, 601 KING STREET. i?:TT-lY|T'TJYTTTTTIlTTTTTTTY.i FERTILIZERS .lollN !'. KolllNso.v. (il.o. S. FllKXCH. I'resid.-nt. S.-.-retary. Alexandria Fertilizer and MANrHArrntKRS nr Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and Sulphuric Acid. Ask voiir dealer for the A lexandrii Kertili/'er and''heini.al Co.'s 1'rodilcts. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. rrineess Street and I'otomae Itiver Wbarf. Alexandria. Virginia. RICHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKKUi: VM. slol'.Ks: 11.V117 N. IMYAI.ST. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Atfricul tural Implementa. Vehiclea.Harneaa. Field and Garden Seeda. WABBMOTWBM, BOOTB imon BTMBBT, OB I.1NI ..I --ol I IllliV KAII.WAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andall kindsof Mill Feed Will alwaya keep Ib ateai tba klgftnaa] grode ofthcie articlc. Phone 281. Qreenhoueea8. Patrlekm. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Funeral work prOtnptly atteiided to. I>o livered toall I>art-i oftbe eity. SATISl'WCTInN III'AIIAN PBED. feb.'J tf TO THE Owners of Dogs! MA i t.K's OFFICR, Alexandria. Va.. .lune II, 1010. All peraona owning >.r Inteadlng to keepany anlmai of tho dog or canlne speeics shoiild eoiiic lorward on or before JUNE TWKXTY-EIOHtH, M0, and takc OUt a lieciise for thc -ame from th,- Auditor. After ihe30th of June all peraona om nlng ... h?rboring d?f* with ollt the re<|llire.i licellse are sllbjo'-l to :i lilie as Ihe UVWt on llie sllbj.-et rc<|tlire Ol' B_.00orK.00. roinplaini baa been freqtientl> made th-it nianv pcrsoiis fail to takc onl their lieenae, ana that otbera pay on one or two doga when ownlng and barboriag more, <>r who send siteh doga away dur Ing thc Bummer montha and bring them back in thc BUL Attelitiou has been called to thbi evu sion ofthe law. and p..'ll.-eineti will iV port all auoh caaea, and flnea ean ba an maed upon thoae who fail to takc out licens.-s after trial In the Police Court ln order lo avoid anv inislakcs peraona who make applieation tor lic-nses WOUld do well to write theirnarneeand numbei of residclice. street. cle., on a card or paperwhen rnakina applieation for their lieenaCH L. thc Auditor. Attelitiou is also oalled to the fa.-t thal while tbe payment <>fa lieenae taa i? re qulredhy theUwaoftbe olty, wbether a dog is' kept on Ihc pr.-ii.ise> ..I the owner at all Umea or not, yet thc pay? rnent of Slleh tai doe? not elltlllc thc dog t" tbe unreatrieted use of th.- Btreeta aad alleya of the eitv, both dav and ninhi. for it is provldedby law that: "The Mayor, ln addlUon, at any and all Umea, in his dis cretion, l.v proobunaUon, shall doelare that all su'eli dogaaaabove iloensed ahall he seetirelv muuled, Bnd if any BUch doga be found running at large during thc eontiniialiec of BUeh proelamatloii wlthout tbe requlred muaalethey shall be -ri/.-.l l.\ the police foree or other peraona deaignated by thc Mayor for BUCll purposes and con\ eyed toa sitital.le nlace .Hid .lestroyed." FKKD. 1. PAFF, Mayor. Tbe bUowtag laaaopy ofSeetlou m of the Lieenae Law: "On every dog, regard I. -s ofaez, one dollar and lifly eclits." jell 2W BTEAMBR8 _ Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo. i.v.-rv day in tbe year tor Poii Mon roe, Norfolk. Xewport Newa and pointa aoiltll. via s|i|icrli. |>owcrfiil steel palac. stcaniers. l.eavc \\'a-iiiiii^-t..ii.... I.". p, in. Leave Alexandria 7.00 n. n. Arrivc I't Monroes T.iMa. m. Arrire N'oifolk H.O0B. m. Arrive l'ortsmouili HQOa. in. Leave I'ortsnioiitli ?'..'?> |>. Bl. I.eave Iv.rfolk <;.i?> p m. l.eavc Ft. Monroe 7.00 p. m. Arrire Alexandria R.30 a. m. Arrive Waabington 7.00a.*nt Tbrougfa eonaectiona made at Norfolk witli stcaniers of the ul.l liotiiiiiion Hteamahip Oompany for New York and Mcicliaiits' and Miner's Steamslii|.s for Boaton. Qeneral TleketOfflce, 72014th St.N.U. Bond Building. Waahington, I>. C phone Maln IflOO. M , ?__ Seventli street wbarf. I'honc Main :>??'?. Mcxandrta wbarf foot <>f Prince street. W. II. < AI.T.AHAN. aprl lyr Oeneral Paaaenger \?ent Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Raiiway Oompany. SPIUN'i BCHKDULE. Steamers of tliis line leave Alexandria! Ofl aud after May la, l:un, Kverv MoN'HAV. \VKI>NKSI>AY and " SATURDATf at l-'tn p. m. Foll BALTIMORE ANH ALL THE USUAL UIVF.K LANDLVQ8, Pulaine and aaajotntmenta unezeeHed. Freight for Baltimore, Phlladelpbia and New V..rk Bolleited and handled wltb eaie. TTircaagh ratea and btna of lading isslled. Single tore to Baltimore. B2.50; routiil trip, 13.90; Btaterooma, one way. B1..V>. Meala. 50c RKAKDON 40RLMBB. Agenta, Foot of canieron' ?Ueet omcc oftbe 1.WSI..N MoNOTYPF. M.VHINK < oMI'ANV. Pbiladclpbiv. Pa, Tbe Board <>f Pfrectora haa this day IdecUredaqoarterly dirWend otiS'ixT i-eiit on the Qapttal Stock OftttJaOotn i.anv. payable on tbe :?tb day ..f Jone, 5l0, to "st.M'kholdeni of reeord at tle eloae oftbe buaineaa June & I9K\ ,1. SF.LLF.BS HANTKA. I Tr.-.isiirrr. IMiila.leli.liia..liuie:. l'.'l > ? rbeckawUI ba maih-d. jeti.JU Have You Seen Virginia Highlands, The Garden Suburb? Continual development along scientific lines. It will interest YOU. Only 12 minutci out. the neareit and the newest. just the other sidc Sav"on your car fare. Rate to Virginia Highlands is 15c round trip. Come out Sunday afternocn. _, See the Morrill style concrete housc. poured in ?tcel mouldi in the midst of an Italian garden. It will be ihown and demonstrated at 4 p. m. Clip thia ad.lt is worth *10 to you on a lot selected now. Lotf now are ?200 up on eisy term?. Inquire of A. J. Wedderburn. Harrie White. or A. S. Doniphan. BALLARD 6\ LANHAM Washington Sales Agents. 621 13th Street Northwest. jeloTt For Rent 612 King Street. Fine store room. $37.50 319 King street. Large store room. $25.00 301 Camcron street, Store and dwelling. $25.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. $20.00 i Royal strc. rooms bricl $18.00 a street. room brick $15.00 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and hath. 1011 Duke streec. 7 room brick. For Rent 427 King Street. Second floor office rooms. $15.00 427 King street. Third floor office roorai. $1400 1923 Duke street. 6 room frame and bath. $1400 1101 Prince street. 7 room brick. $12.00 312 south Henry street. 6 room frame. $7.00 621 south Patrick street. 5 room frame. $.700 Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS LUiNA PARK NOW OPEN New Rides New Shows Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics jel -Im B.8.WHIT19G, M IVMil'.K SUHER PRICES ANTHRACITE COAL our l'.uo BOjnmer prieeaoa AntiuaeUaCoal beoaaaeeffeethre afondajr, May 2, li'i"- i .i ii i.tni-r nfnnrrmil"f ?*-*" we felt that -,-,,,,,. __ ..cver l.een a tm.c ln he 10> ;,<r , W ^ ^ ^ _, we were able to glve lietter raluea J Antarawwi |.rim ?,. h.lVl. ,,.??,leted ?.iir :trntiitftM?..i l.-. t? -t't r ^ ;ll?, wil| five , coal wblch "" S desire to g,v.r uada ^???5 ** ~ "" ** :l"" "" "* eatly aolieM tbe orden ofour .n.-n.ls and cvurtom. ? W. A. SrVIOOT & CO., INC. IIUMK TKLKIMIMNK I.Jand .... ) OKIU.K_ KlN(i BTREET You Will Enjoy voiuseifaii througb llfelf you uae enu tion. uiv ? au attootire ear, and LISTEN TO US ABOUT CIGARS. Afterllatening ael "" our adrlee by buylng your auppllea of ua. It's a Luxury Smoking Cigars From our si.vck. HAMILTON & CO 322 KING STREET. F. S. Harper is sole a^ent for our I'lantation Cly.ir. PIANOS - SOLD ON - Easy Payments. W. I. Whitson 611-613 King Street. jeJlm_ Otterburn Lithiaand Mag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyapep na. Inditfeatton. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leading Phyaiciana endorae it and tea tify to ita tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. LET US SHOW YOU Our finc tfradea of paper and envelopea in boxea and by the pound. You will be delighted both in ita quality and price. S.F.Dyson& Bro. Book Sellers 6? Stationers, 508 King Street. W. H. PECK Payne and Quecn Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Limet Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CiTY 192. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorired Capital. M.OO0.000. Paid in Capital, ?300.000. DIRECTORS C. J. Rixey. John P. Robinson. Thomaa J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader. George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Coatract. Official and Jndicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora tions. Firms and Individuals. and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking methods If You Want a Good Medicinal Rys Whisky-the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try lome of our fine Imported Winca aad Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streets. Both Phones. OVERLAND SIMPLICITY. Myers BrothersfI115 N.'Pitt Street. June Sale White For the Bride or Graduate. Imbroidered pin dot, Embroidered Swisses at 25c, 39c, and 50c. White Paris Muslins, 25 c, 39c and 50c, White Wrash Chitfons, 18c, 25c, 39c, and 50c. 4 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. Your choice of 2 5 Spring Suits. Nearly all sizes from our regular stock and which sold up to $15. Thecheapest in the lot is $12.50. All go this week at $7.50. Long Kimonas 45 c. Short Kimonos 2 for 25 c. Thcse Kimonas are made of good lawn and neat designs. Roll of 25 yards good cotton crash with smooth edges for $ 1. Worth $1.50. 12 l-2c Vests with tape armholesandtape neckat 7 l-2c. Vests with shoulder straps that never shp at 10c and 12 l-2c. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.