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LOCAL MATTBB8. Sun and Tide Table. BOB riM-t..n.orrowatl::ila..dsets7:X ,-MIII ii-' - ?????? ???_. . , .,. ? ?, High waterat3:47a. m.and IjMa ra Wcather Probabilitiea. F((r ,,,i- Meetloa unaettled vveathor. ?howera lonight or Krlday; not much ,,,,";, inl. i.r,.enture; light t-r.noderatc -ariahle winda._ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. A well-ait.nd.d meeting of Oriental Lodgf No. i.. Knigbttof Pythias, waa hekl Tliursday nighl in Pyth.an Hall. On. .-Mididate was re.ened into mem berahip, and one applkatiou for menv bership was refcrrod to a committee. Mr. A J Butcber was commiMoaed as depilty grand ehaiicellor for tbe en BUing \,... The meanbera of this lodge are highly elated at tbe progr.-ss made during the lenn. Bince Januaty tir-t tlie lodg< baaadvanced Inflnaneee .? hundred and lifty dollars ove. previous ternia. The lodge during the term will l,e presided over hy J. Thouias ||,., r> ii. who aiiiiouuced that on next meeting night hc would present another application for memberahip. The mem? bers of Driental Lndge \*ill iu ? few ganixe Rathbone Covnpany, i I; k iv Xhe blank reporta are DO? in the han.ls of Caplain Krnest R. i; ()n July 5th, at theinetallation of oflicers. n muaical and literary pro gramme will be n ndered after which ref.vshinei.t- will beaerved. Tbeaffair is in charge of E B Boyer, M. B. (forrii and \ J. iint.hel. DIED FROM HIS INJURIES Edward Hbaw, one of three men in jmv'd wlieu a \\ a-hin-'ton, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon cai bit a veterinary aml,ui in. nl th. -oulh end of tbe HighwH} i.ndge afew days ago, died l?\ ufti rnoon at Emergeucy Hoe pital, in Washington. William Finclr ,?.?,. :lll employeof tbe Knox Express Company, aml a coUired driver, Cbarles Smith, are still in a loerioua coodition. Aa inquert was bekl tlns morning hy Coroner N. \.u at tbe Alexandria .nlv COUll h..ii-e. The jury r> - ,,?,,, i ;, v, ohet tO tbC effeet tbat tbe Washington, Ali aanriria and Mount \,.,? ,,, j;, i i\ Company was not lo 1,1am. . aa il was an unav.idable ac eid.nt. Dr. Edcai Bnowden performed tbe autoj.-.s OU tlie liVud man. CHAKGF.D WITH LARCKNY. OflaWI Uill VI l.idivane ledThoinas Danieb on Ihe cbargo ol miatchtng a pocketl.k containing $11 from Mi l. li HpfTngs. wbo livea in Mar) lmd The ih.it was committed at tlie Union atation. Daniels was broughl before tbe Police Courl tliis morning when be was |>ositively idcntiflod us the boy who ian from ihe depot when the alarm was given. The lady wbo h.si tbe p..i-i.<-ihook was not pie.ent in the courl md Ihe negro was coi.tted for ten days. Mis Bprings wiH bo rammoiii l to appear al a futurebear ing ..f!!" i This ?.is thaj only <m-<' before tbe court this in,.. ning. FOUCE COMftllSSiONERS. There waa n..ctiug of tbe Board ,,f l'oh., ('.mLssioners la i night, ? i <,n..Him (ailtng to appear. A meet uig will be held tonigbt, and among the matters, u is said. which will be considered will be a safc and aane acelebration ..f the Fourth of July, as SUggt -ted \>\ ihe Civic 1 liiproVeinel.l League, thi Rctail Grocers' Aasocia tion and all con .1 rative rosidents of thi- city, Mayoi Paff luis instructed Chtef ?i.I to ' e tbal the htwa of the md city are enforced, and tbe roninii-siotier-wiliit IS l.elieved. UaBUe aimUar orders. ^_ DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. |fr John T Dunn, ao old and well kriown i. ident, died at bis home on Prince street extended this morning. Th.- deceaaed waa over 70 yeara of age. li ivesa widowand five children? three sons and two daughtera. Mr. Dunn w .- a naiiveof Irel.nid, but eatue tO this cOuntry in early life. He re aided in Pennsyh/ania until about tift.-, n yeara ago when he removed to Fairfax county. He had recentry re lided .,n l*i in.. itreet extended, RIVER NOTES. fV- British Bteamahip Paul Paix, England with paving blocka for Washington, paseed up the river at an earls hoiir this niorning. She was -iMi.n days making tbe voyage. The ship i-loade.l with "slag" bfockx. ih, \ io ai.out half the Bize of tbe vitiui.-I brk-ka used in this eity and are of a lighter color. There were - \ id. n,. s of a .urrent in the river this morning, cauaed by the recenl rains, Bome drifl wood waa Boating on the surface. McKINLEV INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. \i tbe regular annii il meeting of the uu-t..s of the McKinlcj Industrial I held a few days agO, Prof. Aa B. Thoinp-on. of Panama, was elccted principal of Ibe scbool; John B. Moea, of Mannibal, Mo., was choaen aaaiatant tea. her. and f. P, Uoge, of Alexan? dria. was re-elected aa teacher. Dur? ing tbe montha of July. Auguat and Beptembei Prof, Thompeon will lecture in tbe principal citiea in the Intereet of ih icho i The board adjoumed until tbe 17th Inettnl WANTS NEGRO HELD. ChiefG.!- baa rweived I dfapaUdj from tbe police authorltiea of Baltimore requeating hloi to boW William Hill, . I wh.. i- noW in jail iti this eity awaking the action of the county au* thdritles Hill is cbarged witb uttrr ing l.ogua checkfl in the c ninty. TROLLEY RIDE \ i omplimentary trolh v rida will be 'given lv Fitxgi i ildOouncil, No 4,V\ K. of C . '" tha inetnlxr- and their lady friend- to Falla Church, next Monday eveiutig A special car will leave thoeor Prim e and Boyal itreeta at p. m, The council Will attend the tanual spring featival of Bt Jobn's Church ot Falla Church. Moonlight Excuraion. rrani for vve leav. cood tini. pr.mii-ed all whogo. Renen YoilOg People s Building, jt 1 M THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. Xhe commenceniciit cxercises of the BpaaoopalTheological Scminary, near this eity. took plaee in the ehape! of that institutioa this niorning at ten o'clock. The president of the sen.i nary. Bishop (iihson, and the professors, all woaring their gowns and boods, to gethei with the graduating efasSS, marcbed from AspinwsJI Hall and took their seats in tbe cbotl of the ehapel. Bishop Gihaoa opeaed the exercises with prayer which was foUowed by the singing <<f the hynin "Ood <<f the l'rophets, Uless tbe Propheti Kons" Aiter this the followmg easayi were read : By menih.-rs <<f the selii<<r < !a ?'The Bocialiem ?<f llaarice and Kings lev " l.v Joseph T. Ware, <<f the dk> 4 Maryland; "Tbe Ktogdom of (;, d," by Tbomaa K. Nekwn, ?. A., ?f the diooeae <<f Virginia, and The Disaolution of tbe lfonastery,''by Karl M. BtOCk, <<f the dioeese <<f Washing? ton, The senior and middle cla.-ses ware then annipiiKtd; after which (e.tili.at. were given to the followmg studeht membera of the s,.mur daaa wboare not graduatcs: Williani H. Cumpston, Henry I'. Manning, HerbertF.Scbrod ter CbarleaT. Warner, F. A. K. War ,,.,,' John !>. vVing; jr., Kenneth L. Uoulder and KerbertS. Oabourne. The following membon <<f tlie senior okai were dedared graduales and re ceived their dopromas: Karl M. Bkx-k, A. I!.. of the diooeae of Washington; Charlea C. Durkee, <>f the dioeese of Virginia; Jacob H. Qtbboney, <>f tbe dioeese ol Bouthern Virginia: Boberl A Goodwin, jr., M. A. of the dioeese of Virginia; Kdgar W. Halleck. ofthe dioeese <<f Weat Virginia; Hugh B. Jamison, ofthe dioceee <<f Idaho; Ed mund I- Mal,<ne. of the dioeese <<f Eaat Oarolina; Henry II. Mais der, ,,f the dioeese of Oreg. Tho'inas K. Nebon, M. A., ?f the dki cesc <<f Virginia; Oscar l> W. Ban dolph. A. B., <>f the dioeese of Vir ginia; i. T, Ware, <<f the dioeese <>f Maryland; Kdmund Im rVoodward, \l A.. If. iv. of the diooeae <<f Han kow. China, and George K. ZaWbary, ol the diooeae of Virginia. The liames of those who were re commended for tbe degree of hachelor of di| iuity were then announced, betng Karl fcf Bkxk, A. B.;B. A. G-jodwin, jr If. A-jThowaa K. *><l <<n. M. A.; losepfa T. IVare, A. B., w I Edmund l,, Woodward, M. A.. M. 1>. The degree ot bachelor of divinity w ,- tben conferred upon Rev. Rob i< r. Dowuiny, B. A. <<f Bhangha1, China. and l.ev. Kdmund I . Wa d ward, If. A., of Hankow. China. \ telegram was reenlved from Bev. Dr. Bertyman Grcen, uow in Bich? mond, congratulatipg '''<? ^lllnl ,I:|;S 'and wiabing them ?hccc|'i "' ^eir work, wbich was read by Bishop Gibeoa, The addreas t.< the graduating class waa tben delivered by Bev. Bchollay Mo ?re, l>. !>.. <>f Parkersburg, W. Va., a tru-tce of the Bcmiqary. Aitei tbe addreaa, which was full of practical counseJs, Bwhdp Gibeoa fjei lared the aession ,<f 1*00 1910 i loaed. Then a hymn was aung and the benediction pronouoced. A number of visitors, locluding many relativea and ihe frii nda of the graduat? ing students, were pn letu gbortly afh r the close of the eoin meneemenl eaerciaea the annnal meet ?,l' of |be Aliimni of tbe Seminary took l'iaci; in the ehapel with the president. Btshop iM'ikin. nf Wi-i Virginia, in the chair. The opening preyen were read by Rev. C. II. Tymiall. when the minutes of the la-t meeting wers read by |be secretary, and the lentor dess was then presented by Revs. W. B. Bowii and B D. Ctoambera to Biahop Peter kin and received into tbe body of the alumni, the latter standing, The alumni eaaay was read by Bev J. J. Gravatt, D. D., of Bichmond, the suhjeci being "The Pastoral Office, How Best to Beatore il to ita Rigbtful Position." General bUHinesa was then tranaactcd by the alumni to the bourof the alum? ni dinner, in the refeetory at which a number of speechi i wete delivered. An organ recital was given at four o'clock in the Seminary Chapel bv Dr. llarriman. thoacootnplished orgailist of the seminary. which was highly cnjoyed by a large and appreciative audienee. J.ast night the annnal sermon was delivered before the miasionary -<? i>'ty by Rev. Krnest M. Stircs.of St. Thomas Church. New York city. A large number of the alumni were presenl at the meeting today. PERSONAL. Rev. W A. Brown, of Norfolk, is visiting Mr. (J. W. Ramaay in this city, \'.i-> Salli<: Sluait is the guest of |fn Williani Shari<, in Norfolk. Ifra. Tbomaa 0. Daral and children have gone to Alevandria. whiTe they will spt-ml tbe lummer.?[Newport Newa l't< ss, Mrs. t?. F. Potter, of New York, i viaiting her brotber, Rev. Father H. L. Carne Mrs. Williani Btyant. of the Cathe dral Apartmenta, Baltimore, is sp.-nd ing June in Alexandria. Capt. J. F. Woody is seriou-ly i 11 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. I>. B. Siansbury, 207 north Oolumboa street. Ani(?ng the Virginians registered at Hotel VicU>rirt, New York, is Mr. A. W Conway, of Alexandria. Mr, BrintOfl H. Minor, formerly of Alexandria, hut no\\ i\ jtromlnent ftt to'ticy ;.f Net York, i? vititing rela tivei m tbb city, Mrs. Oassias F. I.ec has returned frobl a visit to frienda in Richniond. Mr, (V H. t'ollins, who spent ibJ wintet and spring in Norfolk. has re? turned to his home in this cJt] After "everal weeka of cloud9 and rain tbe skies partially cleared today and the temperature roaetO 81 degrecs. DOGS KILLED OthVers Bell and Reed this niorning killed a dog believed to be mad near thecorncrof Princess and Lea atreeta The same officen ware aeol by Lieuten anl Sniith on north l'atnck street this after'noon to kill a dog which was inan ifesting signs of hydrophobia. "They come high." "The best are the cheapast." Our people want them and we say to tlie ladies you can ?ee J. T. CotijiB'sExclusive styles atj422King atreet. J. A. Marshall A Bro, THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The commciiceinent exercises of the public schoois began this morning with the dosing of Washington Bchool, the boya diviaion, Col. T. II. Fickin, A. lf, primipal. Addreasei were made in oach of the rooma by Oept W. H. Beweney, auparintendent, and Bev. J. i; Bevier, wbile tbe derk of tbe BcbOOl Board prcsentcd the certili.al' ef distinctioti as follows: The George Washington High Bchool- second year high school grade ?cardsof honorwere granted Charlea Edward Oorbett, Cbnrtland Harwell Davis, Harold Windeot l'avis, John Frank llill. Karl Garlton W.lls and Irving Lindsey. First year high scl.1 grade?John Bamnel Igoe, Tbomaa Helville Jones, William Lawrence Pliillips and Iferman Henry PohL Oer lificates of araduation were deHveieo to Gilhert Jefferson Cox, Bae Osborne Davis and Irving Alexander Teiinyson for tbe Brst, ISCond and third years' high school work. Grade No. 7, taughtby Mr. M ll Janney Kenneth Aitcbeson, William Boawell, Claytoa Bowman, Btewarl Brown, Carleton Burnell, Akjen Cbea ?ftr, l.i-i<r Cook, Maurice Dobson, rVilbur Bidgeway, Urban Bmith, Ethel luit Downbarrr, William Downs. Medal to Bartou Phillips, 95.8 percentafe; next higbest, William Downs, M.8 percentage. Prisea f<>r attendanoe to Robert M, Donald. Clayton Bowman Howard st clair. Charlea Hantxmon, llarold Mo ,iv. l'hillip Peyton, Barton Phillipa, Edward Quinn, Badon Baison, Howard St Clar, Charlea Bullivan and George Rodgei i. (Irade No. 6, W* Grigg, teaehei certiflcates for itudies and deportnienl to WeaVui llovc Atkinaon, Harrj' M., Howard, John HiHon Dormelly, Tavner Moore, Marabal I'ran k Gor ,|,,ii Jones, Elvin Brawni r, Lawrence Chkhester, William Curtin, Karl Gril" l?,i!/,?!, GeorgeCary,Charlea8chreinpr, I ouii De M,.ll. Alfrcd Kidwell. Pri? - for language and writing to Lawreno Chichester. Language and epelling to l.ouis !><? Moll. Diligonce and deport meiit to Ifelvin Fones. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbe montbii meeting of tbe Belief l|,?.k and Lodder Company will l? held tomorrow, Friday, nigfat. A thiif last ntgbl broke a pane of ela s in Mr. Khner Bpaid'sstore win dow, on Fairfax street, near Prince, ,(iid parrjed, away a pair of jpectacles. \ game of bosebstll will be playi d .,n ihe Alfred street grounda tomorrow evening al 5 o'clock between the Aooo tink Club and a picked nine from tlu city. One of the special featurcs of the Miss.ii Bou-hford'a recital for Friday evening willteaphyaicalculture drill in which forty atudenta and tots will drill *iih Koral .ii<i)>:. As will be aecu by an official notiee published elsewbcrc City Colleetor Gor man now bas tbe annnal ta\ bill- in \,\- possession and is prepared t<< re ceive the taxea for tbe year. A dis I'ount of six per cenl is allowed if pay ment is made by July 1. Tbe cofuujissipners <<f election mef today and canvaased the trote casl in Tuesday'a election. The returna were as published in yesterday'i Gasette, save thal Mr. Jacob Brill received 70 votes for nlderman in the First ward instead of 71 as reported. In tbe Corporation Court today the of W. F. Downey vs. the W. A A Mt. V. By. Cbi was dismtssed, a sef tleineiit baving been reached oul of court. The-uit was one for $1,000 for damages resulting from tbe killing <d d horse and the damaging ol a wagon by acoljision on upper King itreel last year._ Seleef 8ofl Sbell Crabs on toaal and Deviled ( rabs at Spinks'i cii'c l'riiie<' aud Royal rtreeta CARDIN \i- v DEBRY k WI11T MOBE. Tbe Cardlnal Athktk Cluh will croea bata with the Berry a Whitmore nine of tbe Comroercial League, of Wash? ington, on tbe ralr groundaSaturday al 4.80. Both tearoa have been going at r fasl clip and good ? game isexpet led The AlSOi GsM Cup. Ascot lleath, Ktigland June 16.? The Ascot gokj cup. worth |SO,000, was won today by A, Fairie'i Bayardo, with W. K. Vanderbilt'i Beaaick aecond and W. Beiley'a Bacbelor'a Double third. There were 1,1 btaitcis. I. Winan's Sii Mirtin, tbe American hrcl horse, waaunphtced. Vanderbilt ship ped Seasick from Franee eepeCUtlly for this race, which is one ofthe claasicsof the Knglish Itirf. VnitilM \ in tbe Clerk'a Dmee tn tbe Corporation Court of tbe City <<t Alexandria, on the 14th day of June. 1!H<<: Rlcbard \. O-rajr, wboaueson hi-half <<f blmself atul all other oreditora <<f Thomas Johnaon, deceased, and wbo ma\ come in and eontribUte tO this suii. vs. the unknoarn helrs at law of Tbomaa Johnaon, dseeased. Memo. Tbe olijeet of thls suit ls to enforoe tbe olalrn ofthe complainant for the sum of one hundred and seventy-two dollari and twenty-flve oenti t1??.25) agsinatthe real estate of Thomas John* son, deceased. It appaaring i>y an amdavit Bled in thiseause that the names of tbe l.eirs at law of Thomas Johnaon, deceaned. aie unknowa i U ls Ordered. That said dofendants ai ? pear here wltbln flfteen days after due publieation of this order. and do what is neoeeaary to pratect their interest in thia suit, and that a copy of this order he forthwith Inserted In tbe Alesandria rjasette, i newpapar published ln the city of lieaatwna, oneea week tor four talve weeki, and poeted at the front door of the Court Hc<tisc of this city A sopy -Teete, NK\ ELLft GREBNAWAY, Clerk. Banii. (?. Bnfnt|p.q, jeMwtw<tu IROISlv In thr7cTerkTs~Off1ee ot Corp(>ration Court or the City of Alexandria, on Ihe :trd day of June. 1910, Gilbert W.Cwva vk f.ottle Cstw, lii chan? cery. Miino The ohject of thls atilt is to obtain an abaoluta dlTorea for the com? plainant from thcdelen.lant.Lotlict :^e. on tbe ground ofunlawful deasiUuu and abandonment forthree yearspriorto the institution of this suit and the eustody of the mfant child. Uilhcrt W. Cavc, ir. It appearing by an aimbvlt filed in ihis cause that "the defcnrlant, Lottie Care, Is a Bon-reskaant of this State: It i> Ordered, Thnt said defendant appear here wltbln flfteen daya after due publieation of this order. and do what i? necesaary to protaet her interest in this suit,and* thal a sopy of this order le forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Qaxette, anewspapej published in the ritv of tiexandria, oneea week for four sueeesalve weeka and poatedat the frout door of the Court House of this city A copy- teste. XEYELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk, by Loris V, Drrrxv, D. C. oamuel Q. Brent, p, q, fea w4whi Hit Sarcastic Apotogy. A well known New Yuri.," figu.vd ln a Qi nt encouiitei with i "pan handler not long ago. Th. fellow hnd a8k?il lilin for n dline. when the following coovetaatlon to-.k place: ??Vou're a pcatUva unkaanra! TUaa> day you 6truck uie for a diuie, Thurs day I gave you another. nnd BOW you have the aerve to nsU f.?r a ihird!" "Excuse uie. but nre y?u ihe geWt thnt gnve 1110 n dlin<< on this rorwer the day before .vestenlny?" "Tea" "And now 1'vo tnckled you for tho thlrd dime?" "Yes." "W'nnl," said the hobo cnntrltr-ly. "I Blncerely beg your pardoti, oM man. Tluifs ti o much gall even for me. Tho only excusc I have to offer Is thnt you hnvo Improved so iniicli in yoOf personal nppeurnnce that I ilidn't rec ognlze you."?Clevelnnd Lcader. Both Stung. Some time ago an einlnent London phystclnn roqucsted nn equaRj eml nent aurgeon to nccompany him to roo a dlstlngulshcd bnt sllppery patlent. The patient was exceedlngly polito to botb the medical gentlemeii, abaklng handa with them nnd bowing them out or the rooui iu the most affabte man ner. Soon nfter thls profUfl kmal vlslt the Bnme ph.vslclan called again ?>n tha eurgeon, requesting him t.> accompany him to see another patlent. Ou their uny thlther the BUtgi. ahuerved, "1 bone thls pntient will bekare more llhernlly tlinn the Iast did." "\Vhy?" Baid the M. D. "Pld he not glve you a fooV" "Kot o Hhlillng." waa Ibe reply. "Indeod!" said tho einlueiit pbyal Clnn, with n toss of the h.-ad "Wby ho horrowed 2 gulueaa from me lo glve fo you!"?Tit-IUts. Inertia of the Nerves. The raaaarchea and exiwrlmeuta of a Freneh scientist have leil him to tlie eooclusSoa tbat tbe eerebral nervoua systtem is lucapable of pereelvlng more t'hnn nn average of ten BCparate ln* preaatona per peeond. After each ex cltatlon of the nervea n peried of ln ertla follows, lasllng nboni one lenth of n secoinl, and dnrlng thia pert.nl a new linpresslon rannot be made. Ac cordlng to the lnvestlgatl..n?; of thls Bcleutist n person ranuot make more than ten or at the noat fl doaen sep nrnte voluntary inovenietits of nny klnd ln a seeond, nlthongh tbe muactaf, Jndepcndetitly of the will. nre capabll of maklng hs niuny ns thlrty or forty. J, an.l T. Cousin's Fine Luatral Coll and Black Bussian Lusilania Puinpa and Oxfor?i, Weldl and Tiim's price 15.00; our price M.00. J. A. Mai ball A- Bro. 422 King street Wholesale Prices of Produce I'loin. evlr.i.' '-? B Pamlly. ?? W a 5 75 Panej braml . ?'? ou i rt heat. longberrj. 0 ?i a 0 isi Mixed. " ,; ? . Pultz. u '''? :l o ou Dampand tough. 0 !*J b 0 uu fjorn, wblte. " '??' :> " "?"' Mixed. " :" :l ?"5 ?s ellow. o <?? a o .,? Com Meal. o 75 B o v, RyC. 0 75 a 0 Sl i i.'u-. inlxcd, n< " :t) :l \\ hit.-. new . o ... -i oo.) Clovor se.-.l. 8 00 a J Iniothy. i ? s 2 ou Uny . 22 03 a 23 ou Elgln Prinl Untter. ?'?? ?" b 33 00 Butter, \ Irglnla, paeked l- :>? a :?' iSJ Cholce V'irglnl i. 2J oo a 25 oo Common to miduling.. 11 < > a lfi 00 l^rga. 22 00 a 23 00 Llve < hickeni hem. 0 10 a 0 i Spring Clilckens. 0 ' ? a 0 2N Potatoes, per bu. o i, a sh. ,i Potatoes, bbl. 2 fiO l "? 00 i mions, per bu. I 03 b i 2 > A|.|.les. p.-r l.l.l. 3 00 a I ?'?> Drie.l I'.-a.-he-- p, ah-.l .. 0 00 a 0 07 Pork, per 100 n>-. 15 00 a 10 00 Bacqn, country hams..,, 0 20 a 0 !1 11, l fiuglki Cure.l ll.ons. ii 2J a 0 21 | Breakfs t Bacon. 20 0 b 0 21 Sugar-cured Shoulders n it b >? 11 , Itnllv Bhoulders. 0 13 B 0 II Dry Sali aJIdes. ?> 1 * fl 0 15 Sugar. 0 00 fl 000 OiYA. 6 lo a ?"> i? < ,ni'. Standard."> cranul ited. fi 85 fl 6 >*' i ofTces Rlo. 0 ii ? 0 15 La Ouayra. 0 15 ? 0 Ifl Java..... 0 ls " " -,; MoLiases B 8. 0 15 ? U 10 C. D. 0 17 n 0 22 New Orleana. 0 3fl ? 0 15 Sugar Sv rUJ. 0 M I 0 81 PortoRtco. o ' Ball <i. A.. 0 ?>? a o 55 Fine. o :- B Wool- h.ng. unwaahed.. 0 -- a 0 29 Washed. 0 83 n Meiino. unwaahed. 036 n 0 38 Do Washed. o 36 a 0 27 Harrlng, Bastem per bbl 5 25 a Potomae Family Roe., 5 00 a 0 00 Mackerel. -ioall.per bbl. 18 00 I II 00 N... :i niediiiin. 14 00 all 60 Pkiater, ground, per ton. 150 a 5 oo (iround in liags. ?'? 60 a 6 80 PTHI.il SAI.l.of \ IKV I.KSIKAHI.K PROPERTY M' PALL8 CHURCH FAIRFAX 001 VI'Y. VIROINIA. Pursiiant to the term- of I de. r.-. ot tho t'ireuit court of Bpottsylvanla coun? ty, Virginia, entered Maj 5th. 1910, ln the ehan.-ery eau-e of Haislop, .?!.?.. TB ?j'hiiinp-on. etc. having given the bond required l>y said deoree, tne underaigned ?peelal eommlnloners will offer for sale on the premlaes near Fail- < bureh, ou THURBDAY, the 23rd day of June, 1910, at 1390 o'elock, that certaln property oi w hi.h Cj rene (iallinger die.l seiced, eoli tainlng "fou- aerea. more tw keaa, an.l known as the ??ChrNtma-" property, ad loinlng the Bouthweat eorner ol Brun iier's land adjolning Diinean an.l Othen having a bOUBC theieon. being the uune property eonveyed nnto thesnid (iallinger by Joaeph B. Bond and wife bj tle.-.l davted Julj 3C, 1909, and duly recorded In tbe Clerk's offlce of the C'lr eult Court of Fairfax COUUty, \'Irgfl Termaof aalav-Casb as t<> about92,250 and the balanee upon twelve montha time, thedeferrod paynieiit to be BMUred bydeedof tntat npon tbe property,ot by tit'e reaervfd 'Porfnrther [ajbrmatlob appl) loM.g t bureh orWm. F, Rlllaon, PallaChureb, Vlrgtnla, or to be tttidei i ALVIX 1. KMMKKY, FREDERICK W. COLEMAKi Special t'ommissioiiira, Frcderltksburg Virginia, In the t'lerk's oWeo of the t'ireuit Court of the foitnii or Bpottaylvaalai LucyA Haijloti. nilininiatrrttrix, plain tllb sgnlnat Mary .' Tbotnpeon) et alfl. defendant I, T. A. Hnrri*. Clerk of tha aaid oourt, rtlfy thnt the bond >required bj tbe ipeobd eommlaalonera by the deoree r.-ndered in anid OaUM on the ",t h .1 iv of Aprd, 1810, h?? been dulj gtren, CHven nnder my band n-ch-rk ofthe said oourt, thleOth dav of April. 1910 my30 w4w-f ,T. A. HABitlS, < lerk, University of Virginia Head of Public .Sehool Byateva of Y*ir ginla. Letters. Science. Law. Mcdictne. Engineerinj. LOAN FUNDS AVAII.ABLE to nce.l.v and de?ivlng studenu, *10 eorenalleoata to Virginia Btudeuta ln the Aewicmic DepaililiUUtfl s, nd for catalo. HOWABD WIK8TON, Reglftrar, Uuiverslty Postoflee, \ a. my6 wew-f Washington. D. C. Tri TO GO FOR $3.95 And we know you'll aeknowledge them tO be tbe very prettiest hats \.,u've seen this seasoii at such a price. A month ago W* BttOUad have asked #lu tbe them. White ehips, black ehips, biirnt niilans, and black neapolHans; tiiiniiie.l in lowete, fancy featbera, and silk <>, velvel ribbooa, Very simple and tasteful. Uuga pi< lure flhapea; inanv \ariali..n- of the Hin doo turbati and other small hats. Black and white eff.cts predoininati?while on hlaek .,i l.laek on %\ iiit e. Seeolid Floor. READ THIS If you want an ideal home This is one of our new houses at ROSEMONT FIRST FLOOR. Large Living Room?with den and winding stair opening off in separate alcoves, large open fire place, hardwoodfinishing. Beau tiful Dining Room?triple casement win? dow, beautiful outlook, separate butler's and cold storage pantry. Large kitchen, every convenience, back porch, wide front porch, red concrete floor. SECOND FLOOR. Three large bed rooms, tiled bath room, large closets, inclosed porch. THIRD FLOOR. Two good bed rooms, trunk room. HOT WATER HEAXCONCRETE CELLAR F.LSLAYMAKER 313 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 e4ectric 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. FOR RENT 828 B vVaahington, ? rooma and N'. Alfred, 6 rooma.$10.50 bath .130.00121'.' Wolfe. 8 room-. . 10.50 111:: Prince, 7 rooms and bath... 20.i'm' :t_7 S. Patrick, li rooms. 9.00 8188, Patrick.? rooms and bath 15.00 224 N. Pitt. 4 rooma. 8.50 511 Wolfe. 6 rooms. 18.00 I 328 Coninwrce, B rooma . 6.M 220 N. Pitt, 4 rooms. 11.00| HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. IiISY <;00iw. Natural Color All-Silk Pongees 5 BIG BARGAINS 94-laeh N'aturai Colored Pongee: both imootbaaddaml*rough;all pure CA^ silk. and a T">e value for.?'"t tw-lneh Natural Colored l'ongee: all pure ? ilk anil jusl rough enough to be faahlenabla. A 11.26 value *7Qp 904neh N'atural Ootored l'ongee; not too rbugh, hut well fmlshed: all CAp pure filk. A 7.">c valun for. >Jvt ?Mttch Na'un'l iKlored Smooth P ngee; all pore illk,auda i'-?o H^n r;>r. / BrV ,i',iu. Tussorah Shantung and Tussorab Oltoninn hoth natural eoloraj; all pttru silk aad hcautifiilly linllhed: II 7Q/* value Fof.mi * '*" 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON, D. C. C"i; BALE AT 81 BLMO \ A. rooana an<l pantry house: running in hoose; W leel ol poreh ' feet Wide; bullt thres years ago: ncatlj feneed; eorner; bullt on two lota 25x126 each; privllege of using adjoining lot. Price^MO. Apply FKEDERIC'K MIL l.Flt. 13S7 B atreet southaaat, yVaahiag ,.n. 1> i_jeltiTt W\N 1 ED- Q EN 11.KMI.N for room and board. or for table board only. H. F. Kamsay, 617 Cameron street jclti im? STOP You stop before cross ing a railroad track when you see an ap proaching train, yet did you ever LOOK at the harm you are doing yourself and family when you use an inferior flavoring extract? Why not LISTEN to reason and use an Alexandria made ex? tract. Ask your dealer for LeadbeaterV. abso lutely pure. MEMBERS OF OFCBOLA PRIBB N". 1. I 0. 11. IL, ar.- ii .1 Bed to attend ? meet the wijjwam TOMOR B >\\ K\ K.MMiat -o.-ln.-k. ii.ipoiiani Inisin. W. H. MKJ.Ms. Acting Sacbem jei5 ? ?????????????????????*??????????*?????????? nnxT of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 Officers Edward L. Daintferhald. President Carroll Pierce, Vice President Richard M. Grcen. Cashier J. C. Smoot Worth Hulfish M. A. Ahern Directors Edward L. Daingerfleld Jas W. Roberts Carroll Pierce Urban S. Lambert UESOUUCES. Loana. *j.78,825.S4 V. 8. it,itui, to seeare olraulatloa. 100,000.00 Bonds to aeeure U. S. Depoatl. 1,000.00 Other H.mtls aud Stocks. 5o,174.l?; Banking House and Real btats. 52,866.97 Ckah.48,3urt..0ii Due from Bankaaad Ke senre AgentaLlM^fMI -1H0,'JS7.!U 11,001,144.48 1.1 .\HIIATIK>. Capital. ano.iui.iio Surplua. luo.uoo.oo l iiilivi.leil Proflts. 22.7.VI.1U (ireiilalion. '??? Depoalts. 74?.?a).2!l 1 B. Deposit. 1,000.00 *l,0I.S.|ll.|s 0 rTTTTT 11fTTTTTTTTTTTS B_*TS Are the Most Important ofall Gifts. When Cupid gets busy. there's always happiness. fond memories and pleasan futurea. But gifts play a very impor? tant part. The "ovre-night" gifts? the kinJ that laat but a day. week. or month, are soon fprgotten. Jewelry, the Lifetime Gift, is Always Highly Prized iiclp C.ipid by doing the right thing for the happy couple. Many appropn.tc luggestions now on display. SAUNDERS & SON, 629 King Street. HOFBRAU BEER is s aocial drink. It promotes aociability. Not to say that one does not enjoy a glass of Hofbrau bear alone, but when used in com? pany with others it i$ an eo livening beverageand brlghtena any occasion. After the theatre friends appra ciate a glass or two of Hof orau beer together. at home.orat the cafe. and it ii a splendid ad junct to a lunch or supper. Ita loothtng tonic effect guarantees a good night's sleep. Call for the Hofbrau brand. Robert Portner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA ?Phone No. 49-B Pure Food Store. IIDUIB BUTTER, Fresh from tka okura to you. Por years Midland Butter has been racognited as the best that come* to Alexandria. Special deliv ery every Pfiday. Call. phona. or write. St. Aiapb and Oronoio Streeta. NEW STORE. (in Wadneedajr, June 15, I will open mv new store. 305 KlNG STREET. with a nlce llne of China. Glassware. Houeefurniihiags. Vc All are invtted to aee our new llne. OSCAR F. CARTER JeU lw Wedding Presents Exqulslte, < hina, Silver and (Jla.s-.Malio^an.N .aml < 'rystal ( lo.-Ls. Blgheat qualitj bwWow est prteea alwajra R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jewelera and Sliversmitbs. Areyougoing camping this summer? If so. then here are some Camp Bargains: Oenatured Alcohol Stove,. 1. 2 and 3 hotes at cost. Camp Stools. Tcnts. Chaiffl, Hamrmjcks. Springa. Lamps. Guns and Whiaties. R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street. SPECIAL NOTICE \l.\ A AF.KIF.. Nn s7l, F. O. I. spe.ial meetlng W KUNKs DA ^. June i-.th. at 8 i m \V. F. JAOOBMON, Wor. I'res. J. II. VVEST, IVur. See. SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. Fllective Mav '.'. M I Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria al 8 p. m. oo M..n da\ and \\ ?-.lne>.la\ lor I'ai lia in - I'oinl. and lower river landiugs. Keturn eaiij Wedni-sil.-iy aml Friday morning. Leave Saturday at9a m, for Nomlnl aml iniei mediate landlngs, returnlng Sundej about 5 p. m. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Suiidav. Tu.s.lay and i hui attl a. in. for Wirt's wharf and all iui. r mediate landinga Returnlng leave Wirt's wharf at <> a. m. the following daj and anivtngat AJexandrta aboul t i> m, Reardon & Grlmes, Agents, Foot of Caineroh Streei. Telephone No. M._jell 1 yr FINE FIRST FLOOR FUT FOR RENT Only $17 HEAT AND WATER INCLUDED. Fine Second floor flat for 120. Five rooma and bath with all modern plumbing and ga? range m kitchen. Large windows. high ceiling. dclight ful summer home. Now it your chance for a good flat at low rent. F. L. Slaymaker, 313 KING STREET. jel3 iw ALEXANDRIA Tour JtngUag adater ia rbyming up tbaj Winners in Atiauti- I'ily. ln the nn.. lor raee from Uavaaa to AUaotlo citj the Atlantie t ity boat "Caliph" w.,n. We like to speak of winners oC tbingfl that set tlie |..i>-.-. We like to be with leaderarwlth tl who win the raaoi lo bere's to tbe "Cailpb,'1 Quaeu ol the ocean wave, Who WOB and came in nhead like a. hero bold nnd hnive. And su with "llumau Life Magazln battle lor the raee, Wewanttn be vlvtorious and win the forcmost p_MN The Cameron Lunch proprietor?i\r. of inuett anterpriae aud euergy uni the Interests ui the C-tueron I Lunch will "Dt sulter at all by the luk inn away of lt? s^nior menaber Open nii night. The Misses Rotchford AND CLASS OF 1910 Adnotinee their untul reeital PRl VA V BVEKIKOi ?lun*' i7?h. at - o'eloek IN THE OPBRA HOUSE. TiekftH fir ->?lc- ?l Kras_atld's itmg eorner King and Put Mufleta an.l ol Btudents. |. Coal Coke Wood Order your t oal before ihiia.hai., ? .1 loweat aaanaaaef prlees. Uesi >|.i.iity. prompt deliwr.v and bottem i PhonelV.- DuW. AITCHEBON 107 f Royal street |fO-tf FjH RKST?HOUHKN'o. aainortli Asaph street: 1; rooms and bath: all modern improvt in.nts. Apph i>> 1. RL'BKX, KingandHt- Asaph sti jel6 3t