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Ai.F.VAVnniA. VA.. SATt RDAV KVKNINH. .UXE 25. 1010.
PRICE 2 CEXTS.
VOLUME ('XI.-XO150
SPECIAL SALE OF
Burt Shoes Below Cost.
Having purehaaed al ? Bwa*jBMn$noea
luw lot of thia high-grade Bboe I will
M.\U j.. i.s.v.m :?i i ' while they
butf al tbe rirli.ulrnis pn.'e $2.99
of.
L. Rosenblot. 923 King St.
TO tin TAXPaVERS?HOTICE.
( ,,)!. - ' Hliee. June l."?, liiln.
.,. |a hereby given that the tax
bllls fi>r ifUOarc now in the handa ofthe
< ulli.-t'ir. The attention of partiOf in
tcrist.il ia ris)ieetflllly eallerl to Ihe fol
lowlng cxtract from the revemto bill ol
thal M'.ir:
? 1 pon all I'ills paid In full by the 1st
day of July, 1910, tbe Colleetor of Taxea
ahallaBowa diseounl of si.\ per eent..
and on all bilis paid by tbe latday of Sep
t,mii, r. 1910, iir aball allow adlaeountof
four per eent, and on all bllbj not paid
onthelatda.n of Peeomber, ItW, there
ahall beaaseiaedand eolleeteda penalty
<>r livt- per cenl iij><>n the anoonnt of sai.l
billa. and on all hilis remainlng uapald
on the latday of June, 1911, damagea al
therateofaia per oentum peranaum
aball be paid." ,,
[pavera would do weu t<? eaU and
payatonceln order to avoid tbe rush
anil erowrl nsii.illv pr.sent on tho last
<|;i\ s iii u hi.-li the diseount is nllowed.
Bring ;i llat to make aure you get bilis
for all your property, as tbe Oolleetor
will not be reaponaibie or allow the <lis
Count :.rtrr the time lixe.l l>V law.
P. 1'. OORMAN,
talfttjyl OoUaetot <>f? it \ Ta i
FINAXC1AL
(i \i:|ini i: i BoOTHB, j kt H. II \I(M?W
Preaidi nl | Vlce Preaident
First National Bank
A ii I \M'i:i \. VA,
Designated Depository of the
United States,
CAPITAL.aioo.OOO
sl Kl'l.i s AND l SDIVIDED
PKOF1T8. ?17."..iMi
Dir. ??
<; ! BOO'l F1K. M. B IIARNOW,
<;. l.. WARFIKLD. J. K. MI IR,
WALTKR KOBKRT8, IV UAKR.Jn.,
l i; \N< is i.. sMiiii.
i 8*1 \i'.i.i-in:" i---.
Burke & Herbert
Srfodemiy equipped f?>r banking In
I r inchea.
Deposites recelved ^ni>j??-t to oheek al
aight. Collectlona made ..n :ill polnts.
lligh icmde Invcatment Beeuritiefl
bougnl :,o'l si.ld.
Lettera of ? redll and Forelgn bx
ehangt' fumlshed.
s.ii'.- lvj..>~it Boxea for rent
\ Havlnn Departnienl In which in
tcr. si ls alrowcd on depoaita.
I'liri- Pood Store.
IIDUID BUTTER,
Frcsh from the churn to
you. For years Midland
Butter haa been recognized
as the best that comes to
Alexandria. Special deliv
ery every Friday.
Call. phone. or write.
St. Asaph and Oronoco Streeta.
9CHOOL8.
St. Anne's Episcopa! School for Girls
(II \l!l nl 1 I -.Vll.'.l:. V A.
Opena Beptembor 20tb. PuJl eorpa of
teaebera I'reparatory and Veademic
DtiMi'in in-. Muaie, Languagea, Art.
Mi-s MAKV HVDi: DTJ \AL.
jcl.> 3m _Prinelpal.
lilitary Institute
Wfei rOINT OFTHE SOUTH"
inil tcchatcal coursca combloed
-.ipiiiit-of an army post.
, idcta tultlon frce.
n.Va. Gan.E. W. HICHOLS. Supt.
University of Virginia
Headof Publle Bcbool Systeni of Vir?
ginia.
Lettcrs, Science. Law. Medicine.
Ent/inccrintf.
LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE
to needy and deaerving atndonna. 110
eovera all eoata to Virginia Btudente In
tbe Academic Departmenta Bend for
catalogue.
II"U \UD WINSTON, Ue^'istrar.
Ualveraity Poatoftee, Va.
m\ .1 w 6W I
at 4:30 p. m.except Saturdaya. at
H. Bloch's, 615 King St.
o> lin
FERTILIZER3
JjOUN P. RoHlNSOM, QnO.8. I'KIN, ll
dent S,< r.tarv.
lexandria Fertiltzer and
\l \\t r.\. ll 1,1 i;s OF
* irtilizers, Fertilizer Malenals and
Sulphuric Hcid.
Ask your dealor f.>r tbe Al.v.mdm
>niii/-randCbemleal OoVa Producta
Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum.
frineess street and Potomac Rtvet
Xv I -irf._Al.xaiulria. Virginia.
Wl 1 K END TiCKETS.
beeaJ week end ti.-keis Waahington to
?panerael Warrentoa. Darriaonburg.
klueni'in and intermediaie st:iti.,ns sold
b Saturdaya and Bundaya, valkl forre
finaon Monday at very low nurea.will
|o plar-e.l on sale by Bouthern Railw.iv
h Wa?hingum.D. ('.', beginnlng SATUR
IpAY. Maj Jsti, ;uut eontinuing until
kctol'<'r -? Inelualve.
L. u. bUuWN, General Agent
3dttmbtia ?azrtbe
I'tlii.isHKO ti.ui.v AWO TB*-W_BB_! at
OAZETTE BULLDINO, 810 and 812
PRINCE STREET.
[Knteredatthe PosiofTice of Alexandria.
Virginia, aa aeoond ettaa matter.]
Tbkms: Dally -l year, 1?00; 6 montha,
$2.50; 3 months. 91.25: 1 month. 43 eenimV
1 week. loccnts.
TrHreekly ?1 year. 33.00:6 months.
31.50: I months, ~', cent-: 1 month. !?>
eents.
Contract adv.rti-ers will not be BJlowed
to exeeed their spaee unless the excess
i-- paid for at tninsient rates, and under
no cireiiiiistani-es will they l.e allow...1
to adverti-e other than their lefriti
mate Inisine? in the spaee eontraeted
for.
Reaolutlona In memorlam, of tnanka,
trihutcsof respeet. re-olution- adopted
by aoeletlee or penona.unleaaofpuJbU?
eolieern. will l>e printed in the pap.ir
as advertiscmenl
ltllllli:iM t IIAROKD.
Sen-ational charges were made iu
oj.en Senate yesterday afternoon by
Banator Thomai P. Gore, o* Oklahoma,
in contieftion with tlie BO-called Me?
Murray contracts affecting the tribal
money and property of theCboctaw and
Chickasaw Indians of Oklahoma.
Senator Gore'fl allegalione are ex
pected to reault in a Congressional in
vestigation of eharges at improper in
fluenoe brought to bear upon membera
of Oongreaa to obtain legialation vali
dating these contracta. His eharges
are as follows:
That a senator of the United States,
whom he refrained from naming, is in
tereated in the MeMurray contracta.
That a repteeontativein Congreaa.nn
deratood to be a rnernbar of the Okla
hoiiKt delegation in ihe Houae, is also
intereated in theae contracta.
That be, Senator Gore, bad been
approached with the auggeation thal
it would l.e worth |2S,000 or 150,000
to bim if tbe contracta were not pro
hlhited.
That a similar propoaition was made
toa member ofthe Oklahoma delega
tioii in the llouse yesterday. both pro
betng rejected.
That a former Dnited State- senator
from Nebraaka ia intereated in these
contracta, thal a tonner United Btatea
Benator from Kanaaa ia al.-.. intereated
iu them, and that a powerful lobbj
haa beentnainuu'ned in Waahington
tbe intere.-t of theae eontracta and has
blocked the attempt of Senator <">rc to
s.cure legialation that would bave
inad. confirmation of tbe contracta an
impoaaibility.
Thecbargea madeby Benator Gore
and reiterated in a general way during
debate on thc general deticiency bill
yesterday aftemoofl cause.l a seiisation.
Senatoi Hailcy Ulged the Oklahoma
senator to namc tho United State* aena
tor who i- alleged to have an intercst
in the legialation, but Senator Gore
cxplained that he thought it would U
unparlianientary to divulge the aame
in the opeo Senate m vicw of the faet
that he lioped that his allegations
would eventuaie in a congreaaional in
vc-tigation of the wholc matter.
The so-called MeMurray contracts
were made by John T. MeMurray. of
the flrm of Manafield, MeMurray _
Oorniah, <>f McAlliater, Okht., with
si.me lo.ooo individual membera of
these Indiao tribea. They provide thal
tbe lawyeis are to rcceivc 10 per cent.
of the proceeda to be derived from the
sale of about 446 acrea of aegregated
coal and asphalt lands belonging to
these Indians in Oklahoma. The
Qeological Burvcy has rep.rt
ed tbe value of these pro])erties
as bigh as $160,000,000 the lowe-t
value placed on them is 180,000,000
and Senator Gore has been informed
and has rcasc.ns to believe that
New York svndicite stands ready to
pay $W,W0,'<HR> for the pn.perties,
in which event Senator Gore allegea
that Attomey MeMurray and the at
torneys aaaociated with him would re
ceive a fee of $;;,(KHI.<HH?. If the lands
sell for more. the fee will be lersrer.
Several yeara ago MeMurray and
others aigned a contract with thc t'hi.c
taw Obuncil for a 1(> per cent. fee,
but this contract was disapproved by
fbrmer Becretary Garfield and former
Preeidenl Koosevelt. After that Me?
Murray and his associates aigned in?
dividual contracta, copiea <?f which
are a part of the rccords of the Senate,
with some lO.ltOO of the Indians for a
similar fee, and an effort has been
made to have these contracts approved
by Preaadenl Taft.
Early in May Senator Goro intro
duced a bill, requiring these contracts
to be approved by Oongreaa The bill
was favorably reported, but has not
been passed. When the general dc
tic-ieiicy bill came before the Senate
on Tuesday, Senator Gore procured
thc adoptfon <>f an amendment pro
viding that all contracts affecting the
tribal money and property of the
Choctawand Chickasaw Indians shall
be null and void until approved l.v
Congn
When the conference report on the
deticiency hill was reported yesterday
morning it was discovered that a sub
Btitute had beea inserted in place of
tbe Gore proviao, and this Bubatitute
provided that all tribal contracts should
be vi.id until approved by tbe president,
while all individual contracta should be
approved by the preeidenl and the com
penaattOO or fee tixed by him. Sen?
ator Gore aaya thia is a mandatory di
reetion upon the president to approve
the MeMurray contracts. and he and
others charge fraud ia connection with
tlie insertioti of this Bubetitata in the
conference.
Three separate spceches were made
l.y the blind senator from Oklahoma
yeaterday aftenioon, eaeh disclosing
more aUejjation- conueeted witb the
traoaaeuon. Th Senate in his ikaajnce
had adopted the reporl on the general
: deticiency 1.1,. ].{U.T j)e ontoro,i the
chamber, and, rising to a question of
> privilege. explained that he had prefer
Ipur-l^deferredforcoti^d,^^ until
he could be present. Hg h*i bastened
to the Senate to movc that the Banata
m-ist nn his amendment on the Indian
eontraet-s providing that they Brnal fa
approvetl by Congreas. The objact of
his aniendment, he cxlpained, was to
jnevent grafl and fraad and to rarevenl
the coiisutiimation of the MrMurray
oontraeta,
VATItAN PROTRST IGVORED.
At tho coiiclusion of Um CabUMl meet?
ing in Madrid yesterday Pretnier Cana
lejaa amiouneed that the goveinment's
religious prograinriio would be carried
out. Ib' s:lii| that the pnit-s! ..f 111?
Vati. an against tlie inineri:il decrec r,f
June 11 WOnU be ignoieil, and that the
declarationa <<f the governroent already
announced wonktatand. Kinf Alfonao
presi.led over th'' deliberatinns r.f the
cabinet.
Tbe imperial decree atnends tba. DOn
stitnfion and aiithori/r-s the cdihVcs of
Don-Catholic religious aociettea to di.s
ptay tbeir Inaignia for publk worabip.
Tbe papal protests were coupled with
the negotiationa between the govern
nient and Bome for the revanos of tba
rrin.nnlat. anrl reeetitly Preinicr Cana
lejas intiiiiateil that tmles.s the Vatiean
changed its attitade the negotiations
would be broken off.
The Vatiean has now replicd, aml
after setting forth that it niaintainsthat
the decree is a violaiion of the concor
dat, and the engageinents of pnvious
miniatriea, declinea categoTicalrytooDn
tinue the negotiatioiis over the revision
until this point is settled.
The C'atlMin objection to tho decree
i> <>n the ground that the goveriiinent
sliould inaiiitain the BtatUiquOpaading
the ontcome of the conoordat negotia?
tions.
?EVBAXBD IIY A DREAM.
A dreain led to the nvovery of the
body of Cbarlea O'Bryon, r,f Wbeeier,
near Rockwood, Md., who waa drown?
ed iii thr' il.1 ol the Yougbioghany
river last Bunday while catcbing drift
wood.
afra. John vYeaonk, who lives near
Whecler, saw in her dreama the band
chikJ protruding above the aurfaoe
of the water and tbe body covered with
nnid. Bhe wenl lo the river bank and
told >'f her dream to Tbomaa V. Yar
nell, who waa on his way to Bah.
Yamell atarted to aeareh near tbe
plaee directed by the dream. Wading
out to a s|i,,t near where the creek
empties into tbe river. the lirM object
he saw was tlie band JUst visible aboVe
the water'
FliTV YEARS1 BXPERIENCE OF
AN OLD NlltSK.
Mrs. Winslow's SoOtblag Syrup is the
preseriptionof one ofthe i>.-st Qnnale
phyalotana and nuraea ln tbe Unltod
Statea, and lins lie.-n used for fifly years
with never-faUlng aueeeaa i>y mllliona 01
inolhers for their children. lt reli.ves
tbe eliild from pain. enres diarrhora,
gliplng ln tlie liowels, and wilid eolie.
By givtng bealtfa to tbe eblld it reata iiiv
mother Twenty-flve centa a bottle.
Refrigerator
Weather
The first eost is
the least, result is
?what we give in
Refrigerators. We
can refer you to
users of the Eddy
and Baldwin Re?
frigerators. Our
satisfied eustom
ers speak for us.
IVL Ruben & Sons*
601 KING STREET.
General Insurance Agency.
Laurence Stabler
Room No. 4. Burke ftf Herbert Bldtf.
The eompanlea repreaanted Ia this
oflee have aaaeta of over atoo.ot ??>..?.>.
Among others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Liverpool 4f London & Globc.
yttna Insurance Co.
Northern Aasurance Co.
Springneld Fire 6f Marine.
Prompt atteniion given to adjustment
of losses and all matters conneeted with
insurance._
NOTIC'K.--Hnvtng qualitled asadmin
latratrlz of the esute ofMINOR
JACKSON, all pereona baving iiilis
againal said eatateare aotlfled to preeenl
aame promptly to me for pajrment, and
all peraona Indebted to said esute are
notitied to make settlement at onco
LUCTNDA 1'KluR.adm'x.
jc'2 lot
KEEP COOL
An Electric fan- will bring cool
sprintf-like breeiea into your atore
or houae no matter hot the sum?
mer may be.
The cost of operation of a desk
fan is about one half cent an hour.
Electricity i? alao the coolestonost
convenient and economical means
of illumination.
Let ua show you what it will do
and what it will cost.
Alexandria Electric Co.
524 King St.
A Growing Business
ln a Growteg City
Cannot serve iis ciisti.mcrs with one Beil
Telephone, y.t lmndrc-i's of subseribers
think they ar ? ' i aving? fa this way. They
are Io
Your tel fajbihties shoti'd be
ahcad of, not be requirements of
your buaineaa. While one customer is
ordering on the telephone others may be
trying to reach you, on! '.;et the
"Busy" report.
Conanlting ns doea jate you in
any nianner, and we will be glad lo show
you what you require.
Cz'.l Confract Departmeoi
Sotdheni BeH Tel and Tel. Co.
L ! VirglaatiL
?ojrXSBBXBEFLr
TTTT TTTTT^TIT^XITJXri^l^IIIIlTXIJjagl^ai^II H3CT
CITSZENS' NATiONAL BANK
of Alexandria, Virginia
CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000
Officers
Edward L. Daintferfield. Preaident Carroll Pierce. Vicc Preaident
Richard M. Green. Cashtcr
Dircctors
Edward L. Daintferfield
J. C. Smoot
Worth Hulfiah
M. A. Aherr
Jas W. Roberta
Carroll Pierce
Urban S. Lambert
rksoI'IU'Ks.
Loana. H78JB8WH
i . s Bonda to aeeure
<?ii-.niMii.iii. IOM0O.O0
Bonda to aeeure l ? s.
Depoaii. IflBOM
Other Bonda and
Btoeka. 65,174.06
Banking lloiis,- and
Beal Ksi.it.-. :,:.<*;.:>:
Oaah.is.:in-..v.
Due I'r.nii
Banka and Re
?erve Agentalffl^nXSa
$1.U>>. 111.4$
j*************** aaaaaaaaaataaa
I.IAIJII.T tm
Capital. WM
Mirpius.
I'lidividerl l'rofits.
Clrculatlon.
|>epoaita.
! . s. DepoeJt.
ll?l.l?M..>l
22.7."U.lfl
:?;.:: nl.'"!
'43.00D.2) L
1,000.00 ?
?
$l,U?t>.lll.|s
lt. F. Knoz, Auettoneer.
PI7B8UANT TO A DECREE RESf
dered by the CorporatlonCourt ofthe
elty of Alexandria, Virginia, on the Ial
dav of June, 1310, in the ehancery cauae
therein pendlng. ontltled Hopewell II.
Darnellle, whoauee, ete., va. William
W'atehmau's Cloek Company. Ineorpo
rated, a eorporatlon Incorporated aud oo
Ingbuaineaa under the lawa ofthe Btate
of Virginia, the imderalgned, arho, by
?aiddeeree, waa appointed eommiaaloner
for tbe purpoae, will ofler for aale at
publieauetloa at thc Royal street en
trant-c n> th<* Market Building, in the
elty Of Alexandria. Virginia, on
TUESDAY, JULY ?">. 13*3,
at _o'etoek aoon, theaaeaea <>f the \vn
liams' Watehman's Cloek Company. In
eorpontted. eoivsisliiiK of certain lettcrs
patent ot'tlie I'nited State- of Ameriea.
Dumbered and dated bj foUowa:
Patent No 888,438, dated Daoember ?">.
KO. and l'atent N'o. BBBJMO, dated
September 24,1831,
whi.h lettera patent now a_?d In the
naine ..f the William-' Watehman's
Clock Oompany, uaeorporated, on the
reei.rd-ofthe Patent Offteeoftbe t'nit
e.l State* of Ameriea. in the city of
W: shlngton, l). C, sai.l patent- being
for watehman's clocke, tire alarm rejris
tera. letter nox lock.-.and burgiar alarm
loeka; alao a patent now pendlng In the
Patent Offlee of the I'nited S?tea of
Ameriea. whieh patent ispendin^ in the
naine of Frederick Williams, whieh is
the property Of said company under an
agreemenl dated Jaauary 3, i!,,;- by and
between Frederick Williams. Hopewell
H.I?arneille. and Edward S. N'orton: also
two switeh hoards. six cloeks, twenty
watehman's eloeksand tire alarm bOSea.
two regiatera, four letter box loeka, and
one burgiar alarm loek. and all books
and papers belonglng to the defendant
company.
Termaof aaln flath Conveyanelng at
the cost ofthe pnrenaaer or purchasers
GABDXER I.. BOOTHE.
< 'ommi?ioner of Sale.
I, Xev.-ll s. lireetiaway. CJerk ofthe
, Corporation Court ofthe eity of Alexan?
dria. Virginia, do hereby certify that
, (iardner L. Boothe. eommissioner of sale
in tbe above entitwd cauae, haa entered
Into l>.)tid. with approved seeurity. ln
aecordanee with the re.piirements of the
above mentioned deeree.
XKVF.l.L s. GREEKAWAY, Clerk.
by Lo?ta N. Dikikv. D. C.
je'23 td_
Cbamberlain'a Stomacb and I.iver
Tablets will bracc upthe uerves, banish
aick htadache, preventdespondemyand
invigorate the whole syateni. Sold by
W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson.
II. 1'. Knox, Auetione.-r.
BY VIRTUEOF A DECREROF THE
foi.atlon, Courl nf the elty of
Al- . in.iri.i. Va.! entered on the 25th
ii:..\ ni'.iiiiv. 1007, ln the ehaaeory oauao
ofMar.i !??'. Kiiintt vs. Kathariue Bauer.
etal., pendlng In tbe aaid eourt, theitn
dcraigned oommlaaloner will offcr for
aale, al puhlic auctloo, rin
BATURDAY, tbe 2nd day of July, IM0,
al i- o'clockm., In front ofthe Royal
street entrance to the markel building,
the following dceeribed property, to wll i
All thal lnt nf ground, with Fmprove
menta thoreon, ln the aaid elty of Alex?
andria. Ya., beginning al the Intentee
tion nf the south aideof King atreel with
thecaat alde .,r Payne atreet,and ron
nlog thenee eaal twenty-elx (26) bal
elgbt H) Inebea t.> the line rormeriy
Bryan'a; thenee aouth rwenty-ia ren (27)
feet: thence weel aia (8) feet: thenee
totrtb to Commerce rtreet: ano tbence
with Comrnerce atreel to Payne Btreet!
and tbence north on Payne Btreettotbe
beginnlng; with wll appuru naneea
Tennaofaale One-tnird eaah and tbe
babmee ln t wo eqoal Inatallroenta al one
an.l two j rara rrota datc of aale; tbe de
ferred paymenta t.> pay intereat al aia
per cent and tobc aeeured by the reten
tion of the utie until tbe aame are paid.
oralleaabat tbe option of the pnrehaa;
er. t'ost ofeonvey.'ince uttheexi
oftbopurcbaaer,
DOUGLASS STUART,
('..imnis-ioner of Sale.
I, Nevill S. (i reenaway. Cleife of the
('..rporat'on I onrt. hereby rertify that
the i>oud required m the abovc eauae
has In-en duly exeeilterl b* the BOOVe
eoinniissioner of sale, with siifilcient
surety.
Tnara:
NEVELL s. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
jelii td
H. WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
OFFIOB ANP STOKES: 11V117 N. ROYAL ST.
Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Affricul
tural Implemcnta.Vehiclcs.Harnca*.
Field and Carden Seeda.
wAREuniM.s. surii iMo.N Bvnanrr, on
i.im: OV B04 iHi'.i-.y iimi.w.vy.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kindsof Mill Feed
Will atwaya koep Ia stoek the highest
grade ofahese articles.
STEAMKltS
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Co.
Bvery ilay Ia tbe year for Port M.m
roe, Norfolk. Newport N'ows and points
aouth, vta auperb, powerful ste?i palaee
stcamers.
Leave Waahington,6v43 p m.
Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft. Monroes T.Wa. BB.
Arrive N'orfolk s.no a. BB.
Arrive Portarnootb liOOa. m.
Leai .? I'ortsiuoiiili &00 p. m.
l.cave Forfolk ii.no p. m.
Leave Ft. Monroe iM \>. m.
Arrive Alexandria 038 a. m.
Arrive l*/aahi?gtoa7.00e. aa.
Throiljjh connectioiis made at N'orfolk
with steituiets of the old Momiiiion
Steanislii|i Company for New York and
Merehante and Mlner'a Btearnahipa tor
lioston.
(Jeneral Ticket Oilice. TJI I 4th St.N.W.
Bond Building, Waahington, D. ('.
Phone Main 1380,
Sevenlh street wharf. Phone Main :s7nn.
Alexandria wharf foot of Prinue street.
W. II. CALLAHAN,
apri lyr General Paaaenger Ageut.
Maryland Deiaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
spui.vi. BCTTEDULE.
Steamers of this line leave Alexandria
on and after May i... 1:110,
EVery MONDAY. tVEDNESDAT and
SATURDAY at IflOp. m.
Folt BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
U8UAL RIVER LAXDING8.
( uisinr .iii.i appointmenU unexeetled.
Freighl for llalliinore, I'hilailelphia
and New York solieited and handled
with .are. TbrOUgh rates and hills of
lading laaued.
Blngle fcre to Baltlmore, H50; round
trip. s::..'iO: statoroom.s. one way. BJ.50.
Mcal-. SOe.
REARDON * GRIMES, Agenta,
Foot ofCamerou street.
Colonial Beach*
The most popular resort on the
Potomac River
Salt Water Bathiug, Fbhlag and Crabbing
Steamer St. Johns
Saturday O.30 p. m.
Sunday 9.30 a. m.
DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50
SEASON TICKET 1.00
Fare:
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
jej tm
Steamer
Charles Macalester
0n and after JUNE 1. 1910, will
lan.l at the Potomac Efavigation Coni
pany'i Wharf.
(Reid'sold wharf)
Foot of Kinji Street.
Steamer will alwaya atop on aignal.
Frederick Mertens,
PRESIDENT
jel lm
SCHEDULE
&
Steamboat Co. ?
F.tTeeiive May '.'. It'l'i.
Steamer" Capital City."
Leavea Alexandria at 6 p. ra. on Mon
day and Wedneadaj for Parham'a Polnt
and lov.er liver landlnga. Keturn early
Wedue-da\ aud Friday tnomtng. Leave
Saturday al D a m. f..r N'.miini and iuter
mediatc' landlnga, returnlng Sunday
aix.ut 5 p. m.
Steamer "Wakefield."
I.eave Sunday. Tuesday and Thur-day
at3a.rn.for tvirt'a wharf and all Inter
meiliatc landlnga. Returnlng leaveWlifa
wharf at 8 a. in. tlie I'ollowinc day and
arrlviagat Alexandria aboul 1 p in.
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
PooJ ofOameroh street.
Tetepboae n'o. SO. JaM lyr
FOrjyPEBS AND HACHINI8TB
J. & H.Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machiniata' Supplie*.
Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs. Valvea. 4fc.
Blacksmithing # Repairing
Promptly Exccuted.
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a spccialty in repaira to
Gasoline Engine*. Motorcyclea and
Automobdea.
We iclicit your ordera on all kioda of
Iroa Work.
Bell Phonc 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE:|
514 Evana Buildtntf. Phone Main 7324.
JPORSAI.K AT ST. BLMO, VA
Six rooms and pantrr house; rtinning
water in house; ?~ feet of poroh 7 feet
widc: built three years ago: neutly
fonced: corner; bullt on two lot* Z'?xl2o
eaob; privllogo of using adioininu lot
Price S^OO. Applv KREDKRK'K MIL
LER. 1367 B street southeaat, Waahing?
ton, D.C. jel6 7tj
r^o^o-o^o^o^555^^^^^^^
ii ^ : ?; ~ ... - i
Greatest Selling of
All Worsted Two
and Three Piece
Suits
Ever Known?? Alexandria
Regular Prices, $20, $22.50, $25.
We are selling them at $14.85
Kaufmann Bros.
402-405 King Street.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFICERS
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Department.
SO?Y.llGHT A B *t C?
A Subject that De
mands Consideration
ainong4th of Jul)%preparationa i- that
nl (ootwear. Whetber you marcB at
the bead "f the proceaaion or al the
rear you need oomfortableahoea. Doa'l
,_r,.t footaora when you can eaaily prc
v.iit it by wearing our bUeal Oxforaa,
They are the eaa* at, moet darable and
luoat comfortable <\\<n-. yet made and,
rurtlienii.il.'. they are leaden in -tyle
and iri?r?l Irw.ks.
?tr a T'V 400 KING
K.A1A STREET
ESTABLISHED 1870
THE RAMMEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
BOTH PHONES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies
all the Summer.
LET US SHOW YOU
Our line tfradca of paper and
cnvelopes in boxea and by the
pound. You will be delitfhtcd
both in ita quality and price.
S.F.Dysontt Bro.
Book Sellers & Stationers.
508 King Street.
W. H. PECK
Payne and Quecn Strects.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
Provisions
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY 192._
CITI/.KNN NATP'NAI. BAKK,
AJeaaadrfa, Va., June 22, 1*40.
At a lecuJar meetlnjof tiit* inmrdof
direetore, held :<t lae banking bouae this
dar.a regular semi-aninml uvidafM of
4 iie'r cent. waa deelared; alsoan extra
diridendon per ?ent; both payableou
aud after Julv 1st, 1910.
RIWMAKD M. aRKaX, Uuhier.
PIANOS
- SOLD ON -
Easy Paymehts.
W.I.Whitson
611-613 King Street.
j'-llm_
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greateit known Water for Dyapep
aia. Inditfestion. Kidney and Liver
Troublea.
Leading Physiciani endorac it and ten
tify to ita great raent.
Fraflk Warfield,
Druggist.
ADMIHIHTKATOR" NOTH E HaT
Ing ipialilled as administrator ol
tbe cstate of the late Mrs. PRANCBS \
miij.fh aii peraona ladebted to eaM
eatate are requeated to make prompt
pej m.-nt. and all persons havUBg .laiins
agaiaat aale cstate are requeeteuto pre?
sent the same property eertlied f?>r -, t
tlement. OAKDNEU L. BOOTHF.
jel-i lut Alexandria, Virginia.

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