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ALKXAXDHIA. VA.. TtKSDAV KVKXIXK. JVXK 21. HUQ.
lMfKT. 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 146 SPECIAL SALE OF Burt Shoes Below Cost. |,:ivin^1,11n-l,as,-.lata^rcatsa,rilicc:i large lot of this high-gnule sl....- I will Z ifstOO >....?i:.M.I- '"^r-ulcs wlnle they Ert al the ridieuloua priee $?.99 or. ^ L. Rosenblot, 923 King St. Hcrring Roe 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 ting Sweeping Compound. Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiseptic and Disinfeecant Does theWork and is Cheap. For Sale in Any Quantity G. W. RAMSAY. STOP You stop before eross 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 extraet? Why not LISTEN to reason and use an Alexandria made ex? traet. Ask your dealer for LeadbeaterV, abso lutely pure. NOTH'K Having quallfled aa exeeu the eaUte ??'. M KK\ II.H NT. ?-, il. all peraona having elalma againvi the aaid eatateare hereby notl lic.l tn preaout the same i>? me duly verl fle.l for s.-rtirinciit. and all peraona in debted to s.inl c-iatc are hereby notified to make prompl payment ofthelr indebt edncss !?,,?.. sAMlKI. II Ll ST. jel ij. Js utor. Sdttfmhtia Gbtxuttt. ITBl.lsni.1. l.Mi.v wi.Titl-vv i:i:ki.v VI (i \ZF.TTK BTILDINU. 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered atthe Postofflc.' Alexandris, Virginia. as second-elaaH matter.] Trbmb: Daily i year, *-'..<?>: 6 montha, giso; :t months, 11.25: i month, n eenta: i week, i" eenta. Tri-weekly I year. g&OO: 0 montha, |1.60: :t months, 75 oents; l month, 25 eenta. , ,, , Contraet advertlsen will not be allowed teeed their a|iaee unleas the exceaa is paid for at iransicnt ratea, and under m. i-in-iniist:.>?- will they l.e alluvv ...I lo advertiac other than their legiti matebuaineaa In thespace eontraotod for. . . , Reaolutlona in memormm, "t tnanka, tributeaof reapeet, reaolutlons adopted l.v aocletiea or peraona.unleas of public eonoern, will i?- printed in tb.- papor :is :..|v ertlsementa. HAS Mlkl^l.SI'DK lll-K. "Tbere is no more kissmc and hug ging in my home iince my huaband has juincil a ciilain religioua siMicty known a- tlie 'Holy RoHers," de clared Ifrs. Ilahalan Bcboenlcy, wife of Wallace Bchoenley, before Sipiirc George <;. Myer, <>f Coataville. Pa. Bbe entered a complainl against Na tban Traynor, a member <.f this new religioua entt, charging him with a~ sauli and battery am! entiring ber huaband away from hi- bome aml family. "We livfl happily together for twenly-two yeara iicfur.- my huaband became aaaociated with peraona who have such an odd belief, aml now he calls me a Bbe devil,' " tbe said. Ai the hearing Bquire Myer in quired what suit of meetinga v.rn ln ld l.y the religioua delegation, when Mra. Bchoenley said: ' Aa near aa I (-.ni tcll it is kiasing and bugging, and the firsl staii of this trouble oc curred when I saw Traynor'a wife ein brace my busband <.n the streel aml th.-y kissed <>m- anotber. They say it is in the Bihlc aml every timo they tm .t one another they k i>~. .Mrs. Bchoenley declarod thal Bbe went to Traynor'a home one nighl re cently and there saw her huaband with otlier membera of the "Holy Rollers" aml thal they were neitber singing nor praj ing. She went to tlie door and asked f..i her huaband. The door was locked in her face. "My home haa been ruined," said Mis. s I.iley, "aml I made up my mind to pul n stop lo it, and picked up n st.nic aml ilncw it into Traynor'a front window, aml the occupanU came out like bee* oul of a bive aml dancod on the porch. I wenl into the houae, aaked my huaband u> come home with me, bul he wouldn't. 1 slappcd him in the face, and Grier lli.skins. tln- leader <-f the religioux gatheringa, aaid "Praiae tlie Lord!" aml 1 Kmacked him, aml alao smack" ed Traynor, aml then ln- puahed me ofl the porch." "I shall hold the defendant ln M00 b.nl for court, a< it had been proven thal the pbuitiff's home haa been brokenup, and thal ahe was aaaault .il.'' said squire George (!. Mayer. Kllis Ridgway actetl aa bondsman for Trav nor. I \ki. Ill i:i>. If you are a father or niotlier, and, if you are sharing witli your children aiiii.ipaiory joys ol a Pourtli of July in which firecrackeni, blnnk cartndge* and piatols and toy eamioiis will plaj a pr.iueiit part, look over nnd givc serioiis eoii8ider.ition to thesc tigtiret before you lav in a store .<f fircworka, In the Iast aeven yeara more than 34,000 persons were eitber kilied, l.linded or inaimed iii the United States while "celebrating" tbe anniversary ..f the birth ofthe nation. Laal y.-ar alone 5.307 persons wcrceitberkilled, blinded or inaimed. I'ennsylvania Icada the list ,.f th.- teli "blackcst" states, and Pbiladelphia is second iu the list of eiti.s thal bave contributed lieavily to tlie niiml.ei' ..f dead and erippled. Forty-one little boys and girls losi an arm. a leg or a hand Iast y.-ar. Tliirty s.\ inii-t go through life with one eye as a resull of the part the) played in the "eelebratioo." Sixt.-.-n w.-re totally blinded. There were 215 boys an.l girls kilied, aud 171 children lost one "I' more fillgers.- jl'hila. Nortli American. Ill Klll RATE TO Itl.COMI. Ml? How the world's population will gradually vli<- oul was predictcd by the late Dr. K'o.li. of tnl.ereiilosis l.ae.iliis fame. His tli.oiy will ahortly l>e pnl> ksbedin full I.y Adololi Zimmerman.s acientisl who wasiu Dr. Koch'scoun detiee. Herr Zimnierman says thal Dr. Koch explained in converaationa with him that tln- workl's birth rate will gradually dwindle to nil, s,. that the biiman race will extingutsh itacll through sheer repugnance t.. pcrpetu ating itaelf. iii. K'.?-li developed his idea thus: "The birth rate of till eiviliz.d people first remains stationary, then declines wben a ecrtain stage >.f progress is reached, or rather when they bave bc i-oine really prosperous. This is a .sun aign >.f degeneration. lt ia the begin? ning of th.- end. Th.- huiiiaii race mnal disappear if women beoome re luetant to rear children. I conatder ii by 110 m.-aiis impoasible that huinaii beings will at some future time disap? pear from the earth because children will ceaae. By way .,f example, I may 1 meiitii.il th.- population ..f an ialand in the I'olyin-siaii Arehipelago, who were happy aml rontentcd until civiliting intiueiiees were brought t>. I.ear on them A r- inaikaLle telldi-liey to raee suiei.le then becante apparenl among them. The triL. nltiinately oeaaed to beer children, its total ertinction coatd nol be preveiited. and this aetually eti sued." Iu oonversatioM with Herr Zimmer mai: Dr. Kochreferredtothedwindling birth rate in England. Franee, and 1 A in.-ri. a. and he foretoWthatOermany TERRIBLE STRAIN RESULTED NOT AMiSS A Lcnoir Lady, After Two Wceks Crinding Labor, Fcels Bcttcr Than Ever. Lenoir, N. C?"I am not tired at all, and am stouter than I have ever been," writes Mrs. Kale Waters, of Lenoir, N. C, ?'although I have just finished a two weeks' wash. I lay my strength to Cardui, the woman's tonic. I have taken a lot ol it and I can never praise it enough for what it has done for me. I can never thank you enou^lt for the ad vice you gave me, to take Cardui, for 6ince taking it I look so well and am stout as a mule." You are urged to take Cardui, that gen tle, vegctable tonic, for wcak women. Its use will strengthen and build up your sys? tem, relieve or prcvent headache, back ache and the ailments of weak women. It will surely help you.as ithashelpcd thousands of others, in the past 50 years. N B? Write to: Ladies" Advison. Dept. Chatta. nocca MrdicincCo . Chattanm.cs. Ti-nn.,J^>r.Special Int'ructions. ami 64-pace book, Home Trcstment tor Womca. scot in pUia wrapper, ca retjutst, would experient* ihe same decline in population as aoon as a certnin degree of proeperity was attained. Dr. Koch condemnod all sueh tondenciea lo race auicide in the Btrongeat tcrms aa signa nf the woral tlegeneration. HEIsATOIMJ l<> HAVE MASSl.llt. After all the diacuaaion which look place in th<- Benate while the legiala tivcliill was being considered over the proposed eniploymenl of a maaaeurto 1:. i. ? charge of the elaborntc batbrooma in Ibe niailil. office building occupied by senalora they will enjoy tbe services nf auch an attendant. r .\isi,.n for tbe eniploymenl of an attendant of tbe bathroonia al a salary of |l,80fl was made by the geueral de fleiency bill, which waa rejairted yes? terday". Th.- boatility to tln provision in the legislative bill wae aroused *>y tbeword masaeur," and in the aniend" menl adopted by the Benate committee yesterday the plainterm ?attendant" is uacd. nii; niiM?Ns-sAi Mir.itstoN n>r Chairman Miller. of the House v\<-f tions iiiiiiini'icc So. 2, says he believes the committee will decidethe eontesl of John M. Parsona, republican, against E. W. Baundera, democrat, incumbent, froin tbe Fifth Virginia district. in favor of Parsona. The committee dia i u--.ll the caae yeatcrday and will ren der a deciaion today. Mr. Miller stai,-.| after tbe meeting thal while no v.iii- has been taken be believed Ihe committee would deeide to unseal Rep? reaentative Baundera. The committee stamls -iv epublicans t.. three demo i-iais, but one of Ihe republicrtn mem bera is Repreaentative Nelson, of Wfo conaih, an "inaurgent," aml hi- vote is in tlotlbt. General Sir lan Harailton, adjutanl t,, tln- forces, baa lieen appointed tn tli,- ),usi of inspector general of the Mciliii-riamaii f..rc.?-. lo luceeed Field Marshal Lord Kitchcner, whoscl res signntion was conimuiiicnted officially t,, the llnii-i' "f Commona l.y War Secretary Haldane on Juuc 13. WEEK KNIi'l'KKI'.TS. Local week .11.1 tlckeis Waahington to Smmht-i-i. Warrenton, Harrlaonhurg, Hlueinonl and IntennedUUe atatlons sold on Saturdaya and rlundaya. valld forre turn mi Mi'inilav at vcrj low farea. a ill i?. |.i:i:-.-.l iiii s:1|,. iiv Southern Railway ai Waahington.1>.?'.'. beginnlng s.vi l K l>.\Y. Mav 3<th, and eontinuing until Oetober 2,'iucluslvo. I? s. BROWN, Ooneral Agent ADMIXWTRATOR'H NOTICE Hav i???_- (lua)IHed as adminlatrator -.1 Ihe estate ofthe late Mrs. li; AM EN \ MILLER, all p.-r-ons Indebtcd to said cxUitv are i. <iu.-i. .1 t.ake prompt pav 1 ii.-iit. an.l all poraonx hav ing elailllM againat aale eatate are requeatedto prc srlit the same plopellv e.-ilitied for set tlement. OARDXER L BOOTHE, j,? 1.-, 101 Alexandria. Vlrgjnla. Virginia Military Institute "The West point of the South" Coiin; ' eowaes comblned witb Uie riiji.l illacipliac ofaa nrmy post. v:-::n!.i Cadeta luiiion fi t eilngton. Va. Gan. E. W. NICHOLS. Supt. Curtain Stretchers Siretcher (ine of our adjiistal.le pin stretchers will beofgreal asaistanee toyou wbenpre paiing laee ourtalna t.> pul them away f..r the auramer. The pina In this itreteb er will eateh any s.-allop. Price, $2.25 OTHER 8TRETCHER8 at H.OOmmI 61-50. M. Ruben S Sons. Greatest Selling of All Worsted Two and Three Piece Suits f5*g^__t__ggg_^^ iver Known j* Alexandria Regular Prices, $20, $22.50, $25. ] We are selling them at $14.85 Kaufmann Bros. 402-405 King Street. kv,rr,r>--<->-<r>-<yo^^ ESTABL1SHED 1810 THE RAMMEL CAFE i .i i Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. PIANOS - SOLD ON - Easy Payments. W. I. Whitson 611-613 King Street. jej llll Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyapcp aia. lndigcstion. Kidney 3nd Liver TronUes. Lcadintf Physicians endorse it and tes tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. FINAKCIAL t, vi:i.\i R l . Bo.i . M. IL II M'.i'.u Preaident | Viee Preaident First National Bank A il \ whlil v. \ v. Designated Depository of the United States. CAPITAL - -.Slui.iM) Hl KPLl'H AND I M'l\ 11 >i :i > PROPIT8.- W75J0MJ I >i I e.tors: i,. l? BOOTHE, M. M. I1ARNOW. ti. K. WARFIELD. .1. 1. Ml IR. WALTKH ItoHKH I-. H. BAER.Ja., i i: \M is i,. smllll. EtfTABLISHED 1862. Burke & Herbert Minl.-rnlv c.|iii|>|>c.l fnr haofclng in iis variuiis hranchea. |ii|..isit.s recelvetl subjec.1 to ebeek al aight Colleetions rnadeon all pointa. iligh-gmde Inveatmenl seeuritiea l>oughl and snld. I.ette.s of (icilii aml Forolgn Kx ebange rurniahed. Sale |.c|iusit Boxea fnr rcnt. A s,;.viii^'s Department In wbicb in tereal i~ allowed on depoalta. PhbneiSr lirc.-nli..ilsis s. Patrick Sl. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Funeral work promptly sttended to. I >? ? lirered toall parta ofthe eity. BATISPAl HON OUARANTEKD. IcI.JJ lf THE SENIOR MEMBER OF CAMERON DAIRY LUNCH Ia wbooping it up oa the board walk at AUantie Cltj fnr LIFE" MAGAZINE Two st.-uiils. Voung*a Oeean I'i.-r snd Booth i:^ Boardwalkand Kentueki Av? lie iiivit.-s all AlezaoUriana riaitlng tbia rcsdrttocall on him. ln the meantime eSt as many ( A M BRON DAIR1 1.1 M 11EH a- pOSStbte, 905 King Street. Open all night Chamberbun'sCougb Remedyia ioM en a guarautee that if you an- nol isfied after nsing two tbirds bf a botile Bjcoordmg t.. m'rectiobs, jrour money will be rcfiiml.-.l. Ii i- ii]. t.. jrou io iry. s.l.l l.y W. F. Creigbton and Kn hard QiU LET US SHOW YOU Our fine grades of paper and envelopes in boxes and by the pound. You will be dclightcd both in its quality and price. S.F.Dyson<& Bro. Book Sellers ?? Stationers. 508 King Street. W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Streets. Dcaler in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Spccialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BEI.L PHONE m. CAPITAL CITY P>2. R l'. Knox, Au.-tioi.r. Bn \ IRTL'ROF A I'l-'.t RI KOF THE Corporation Conrl of ihe elt) >.r Alexandria, \ a.. entered mi the 23th ,l:iv ..I'.lulv. WU7. ln ibe .- i.ni.-i r.v eauae oiM:irv?!?''. Klli.iti v k, Katharinc Bauer. .1 al.. pendlng in tbe saide.t. the un drndgned ronitnlaaloncr will ..it.-r tor sale. al pui.lie auctlon, on ,SATI KI'A V. the '.'lul ilu.v of July. 1910, :it |_ o'eloek m., iii fronl ofthe Royal atreet entrance to the market building, the tollow i 11 ?_- deacribed properti , to wit : All thal lot of ground. with improve inents llu ie,,ii. In the said cltj <>r Alea andria. Va.. Iieeinning al the Interato i ni ,,r th.- -oiiih side of King atreet with il Kfde of I'm.v ii.? sire.-i. iin.l run thenee <-:ist tw.-ntv -six j.,, r.-.-i eljflll - ili.hes lo the line lornierlv Bryan'a; thenee aoiith twentj seven (27) feet; thenee sreat six (6) t'.-.-t: thenee aoiith t>. i oinmeiee street: iiu.l thenee vviiiir.iiiiiner.-e str.-.-t to Payne street; aud thenee north on Payne street to the Iteginning: ? Ith -111 appurtenaneea. 'I'erin- oi'sale One-tliird caah and tlie i.:il in. e in two .-.|ii;il Inatallments al one and Ivvo v i-:.is I'roin .late of s;. ?: tbe .1. I'eii.-.l |iav iii.-ni- lo pa.v lntere-1 at six per. .ii! and to lie seeurod hj the reten tion ofthe tltle until the same are paid, orall eash at the ..ptioii of the pur.-ha er. I ovt ,.| ei.livev anee at the e.X pelise ofthe purehaaer. |.i .1 i,l.ass HTUART, ( oiniiiissioiicr ol' Hfcle. i.Nev.ii s. Oreenaaray, Clerk ofthe Corporation C.1, herelry certlfy thal th.- bond required in the above eauae baa i.n .lulv execiited by tbe above rorninlxxloncr of *Ue, with aufflclent si:r.-t v . KEVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk. .i.-i..t.l _ I'ure l-'oo.l Store. MIGLAND BUTTER, Frcsh from the churn to you. For yeara Midland Butter has been recotfnized aa the best that comes to Alexandria. Special deliv? ery every Friday. Call. phone. or write. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streeta. CIi.iiiiIh rlain's Stomaeli ;uni Liver Tableta will braee uptbe aerves, b%niafa si.-k liea.laeli.-. prevenl rjeepondeocy and mvigorate the whole 13 ld l.? W. F. CrajgbkMi und Biebard Gibaoo. STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. Every dav in the year f.>r Forl Mon roe, Norfolfc, Newport News snd pointa aonth, via sii|>cri>. powerful Bteel palace steamera, I.eave Washington.6.46 p, m. Leave Alexandria LOO p, m. Arrive Pt Monroea 7.00a. m. Arrive Norfolk KOOa. m. Arrive Portamonth R.QOS. in. Leave Portamonth WM |>. m. Leave Borfolk (1.00 p. ui. Leave Pt Mon roe f.OOp. m. A. ri\ i- Alexandria iian a. m. Arrive \\ sablngton 7.00a.|ra. Througt.nnectlona made al Norfolk with steamers of tlie " Md Domtnton Steamabip Company for New York and Merehanta'and Mlner'a Btoarnships for Boaton. (Tencral Tleket Office, 730 ttth StK.W. Dond Building, Waahington, D. <'. Phone Main IfltSX Beventh Btreel wharf Phone Main 3TO0. Vlexandrla wharf fooi of Prince atreet \\. II. CALLAHAN, ;ii>rl lyr (ienenil Passenger Igent Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Railway SPRING 8CHED1T.K. Steameraof thia line leave Alexandria OO an.l after May 15. 1010, Kverv MON DAY, WEDNE8DAY snd HATl'RIM 1 at IflOp. m. I'i.i: BALTIMORK AND ALL THE L'KUAL RIVEH LANDINGS, Culsine snd sppolntmenta unexoelled. Preifhl for Baltimore, Phlladelphla aml New York aollclted aml liati.lled vvitli i-arc. Through mtea aml bill- of ladlng laaued. Slngle I'are ln Baltimore, gj.50; n.iiiid trlp, |3.fl0; ataterooma, one way. Sl.50. M,:ils. floe. RE IRDON A GRIMES, Agents, Foot <>!'< aincioii street Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on the Potomac River Salt Wat*r Bathint;, Fi>hing and Crabbing Steamer St Johns Saturday 0.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. T7 DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 rare: season ticket j.oo Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. j.-:: 3m Steamer Charles Macalester 0n and after JUNB 1. 1910, will land ai the Potomac Navigation Com jiany's Wharf. (Uiid's ulil wharf) I-'ihii of King Street. Steamer will alwa.v H stop on Slgnal Frederick Mertens. PRESIDEN l |el Iiii SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. Rffeetivc M i> r>, 1910, Steamer" Capital City." I.eaves A h-xan.liia at >'. p. m. 00 Mon? day an.l Wedneaday for Parliam'a Folnt aud lower river landinga. Return earlj \\ e.lne-.la.v an.l Frld.il mornlng. I.eave salur.lav atl'a 111, Ibr Siom llll and inter medtate landinga, returnlng Bunday aboul 5 p. ni. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Snndaj. Tueaday and Thursday ,it ;.a. in. for Wirt's wiiart'ati.l all inter medlnte landinga Returnlng leaveWlrt's wharf at II a. ni. Ihe following day and ai-riv Ing at A lexamlria aboul I |> m. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot Of< aineroh >lreei. Telephone No 50. jell lvr FitrNDKKS AND MACHINISTS J. &, H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasotine Motors Eogineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. tfc. Blacksmithing ?? Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gaaoline Engines. Motorcycles and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324 P<iK MALK AT ST KI.-M". VA. >i\ rooms and pantry bouae; runnlng water in houae; 87 t'.-et >.t' poreh7feet vvi.l.-: i.uilt three yeara ago: neatly r.-ni-t-.l: eorner.bullton two h.i- j.",xii. each: prlrllege of uaing adjolnlng lot Prieefc/sX). Apply FREDERICK Mll. ILER. 1367 B atreet sootheaat, tVaahlng tou. l> i jelO 7i 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, hardwood finishing. 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 HEAT.CONCRETE CELLAR F.L.SLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. $1,000,000. Paid in Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS C. J. Rixey. John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader. George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Administraior and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid <>n Savtnga Accounts. Wc solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora ti.^ns. Firms an.l le.dividuals. and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking methods. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try some of our fine Imported Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfrcd Streets. Both Phoncs. OVtIRLAND SIMPL.C.Ty r3SjUh.11 Ia llu- U.-yiu.le i.l'flii' r.-iiiarkaIi'.- Miee*M of OVERLAND I IR? Wlirit ialt that makea thfs ear tho oholee ofmnnj thotiaandsof iiooide: thojoi of ita noa seaaora and the envj nf the pompotltora? MatebleaaHliiuilleltv; Tnlaoariaao simple a .-liild <an Ktioooaajull.t njioratee it. Ii i- ao eeonomioal tnal ii- npkeep i*a very <inall itcin. siiii'ily and'troiihlo free. Bo n-lial.l.- lhal Mlas lilanohe Heott, <>l Rooheater. X. Y? Ia now tourinej without maaeuline aid to the I aelflc In a Model No. >. W'ati-h h.'i? .lail.v progreaa on our window map. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street. Come to the Garden Suburb Virginia Highlands, the nearest and newest; only 12 minutes ride. Continuous dcvelopment on scientificlines, with parks and playgrounds. The men and the money are behind it. Improvements raise vaiues. Buy before, not after. A rare opportunity for a safe investment in stock, or WBp*in lots NOW at cost of improvements: 5200 up: $10 down, $5 per month. Come out Sunday and see the Morrill style cement house poured in stcel moulds: absolutely fireproof and damp-proof. Shown and demonstrated at 4 o'clock p. m. Car every few minutes; rcturn ticket to Virginia Highlands. BALLARD &, LANHAM Washington Sales Agents. 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. Inquire of A. J. Wedderburn. A. S.|Doniphan and Harrie White. f?IO_ft_ KEEP COOL An Elcstric fan will bring cool spring-like breeics into your store or house no matter hot the sum? mer may be. The cost of operation of a desk fan is about one half cent an hour. Electricity is also the coolest.most convenient and cconomical means of illumination. Let us show you what it will do and what it will cost. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs. Deviled Crabs and Crab Salad At JACOB BRI1 L*S REBTAI RANT botof King Street Open until 10 p. ns. aprT Cin General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke & Herbert Bldf. Tbe eoinpanies r.-pr.-s.-iite.l in this offlee have rmaeu of .-v.-r simi.iiOO^noo. Among olh'-r- are: Hartf ?r.l Fire InsuranceCo. Liverp>ol U London V Globe. /F.tna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springficld Fire fcf Marine. Prompt attention glven toadjustmi nt of loaaeaandall matters .-..nn.-.-t.-.l witb in- uraner NOTICE Having qtialifled aaadmln iatratrtx of the eatate ofMIKDR JACKHOX, all peraons having bilis againat -ai.l eatate are notifled to preeenl aame promptly to me tor p.-iyuu-nt. an.l all persons Indebted to sai.i estate arr* notifled io make Ncttlemenl at onee I.l i INDA I'HlOR.adm x. je2 lot