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-u,,vavi>imv va.. MOXDAV KVKX1XG. JUXK 27. 1010.
PRICB 2 CKXTs.
VOLUME ( Xl.-NO. 151
SPECIAL SALE OF
Burt Shoes Below Cost.
Ilavin-purclias.-.lataKreat^ciitieea
|.,,..,. iot oi'thi* high-grade aboe.1 will
.eltftt.oo. 85.00 and a oogradeawblletoov
,:1., ?t tbe rfdlculoua pr.ee $2.99
of. w
L. Rosenblot. 923 Kin? St.
STEAMBBS
Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Co.
i-\..,v day ia the year for Fort Man
roe Norfolk,NewportNewe and points
aouth, via auperb, powerful ateel pa?ee
?teamera,
!. ,\. Washington,.;. t"> p. BB.
Leave _e__MU_ T.OB n. aa.
Arrive Ft. Monroe.s 7.03a BB.
Arrive Norfolk 8.00a m.
Arrive l'ortsmontb s.oua. m.
moutb 5.00 p. tn.
Leave Eorlblk 6.00 j) m.
Leave Ft Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria .'..:?> a. m.
Arrive Washington 7.00m\ m.
Through eouaeetlona madeat N'orfolk
with Bteamera of the ?>id Dominlon
Steai.i-bip Comparry for New York and
Merchanta'and Mlner'e Bteamablpa far
General Tlekel (ttnae, 730 14th St.N'.W.
Dond Building, Washington, 1>. C.
Pbi.Main 1030,
ntb street wharf. Phone Main 3700.
Alexandria wharf foot of l'rinee streot.
\V. II. CALLAHAN,
apri lyr General Paaaenger _gent
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
BPR1NG 8CH_DULR
Bteamera of thia line leave Alexandria
on and after May 15, 1010,
Bven MOJWAY. WEDNESDAT and
H \ i i i:i> \ v at 4:30 p. in.
FOR R VLT1MORE AND ALL THE
i sI'AL RTYER LAM'INGS.
. ,.(? and appointmenta unexcelled.
Freighl for Baltlinore, Phlhtdelphla
and Now York aolieltcd and handled
witb caro. Through ratea and btua of
ladlng rasued.
siicle farc to Baltimore, 82.50; round
trip. B3 -?: ataterooma, one way, 11.60,
Meals, .'..c
i:i; VRDON A ORIMES, Agonta,
Foot ofCaraeron street.
Colonial Beach*
The most popular resort on thc
Potomac River
Salt Water Bathiug, Fi:hing and Crabbir.g
Steamer St. Johns
Fare:
Saturday 0.30 p. m.
Sun day 9.30 a. m.
DA1LY ROUND TRIP $0.50
SEASON TICKET 1.00
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
Steamer
Charles Macalester
On and after JUNE 1, 1M0, will
laud at the Potomac Navigation Ootn
pany'a Wharf.
(Beid'a old wharf)
Foot Of King btreet.
Steamer will alway- Btop OB signal.
Frederick Mertens,
PRBUDENT
jel Im_
SCHEDULE
&
Steamboat Co.
Effeetlve May 3, 133 i
Steamer'* Capital City."
Leave Alexandriaat6p. aa. on Mon
d.i\ and VVedneaday forParham'a Polnt
an'd lower river landlnga. Heturn early
\\'ei!i.-.ia\ and Friday moralng. Leave
Haturdaj ai.'a m, for Nomlnl aud Inter
mediate bmdlnga, leturnlag Bunday
about 5 p. m,
Steamer "Wakefield."
L.ave Bundaj , Tueaday a?dlburadajr
atOa m for fvlrt'a wharf and all Inter
medlate landlnga Returnlng leaveWlrt'a
wharf at 6 a. m. the following day aud
arrlvlngal Alexandria about4 p. ni,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
i oo! ofCameroh street.
Telephonc Xo. SO. JeM lyr
-. HOOLS.
St. Anne's Episcopal Sehool for Girls
Cham orraavn vm, Va.
Opena September 30th. Pull eorna ol
te.uiu ra Preparatory and Aoademlc
11,'partmcnts. Mualc, [.anguages, Art.
Mlsa MAHY I1VPLHI' \ AL
jei:. 3m_Prlnclpal.
J
fiilitary Institute
?'THE WtST POINT OF TMK SOUTH"
? chaicaJ couracs comMnja
i .ii-cipline of an artny po?t. r
i Iris tiiillon t'rrr.
i.Va. Qtn.E. W. NICHOLS.Suat.
HotBread and RollsDaily
at 4:30 p. m.. except Saturday s. at
H.Bloch's,615 KlngSt.
jaoo im
NOTK l Havlns qualified aaadmin
latratiix of the eatate ofMlXOR
,i \. Ks. .\ ,n peraoufl baving bilb
Bgainal said eatate are notitied to present
promptly to me for peymeat.and
all peraona Indebted to said cstate air
notiii. I lo make aettleraent at once
l.lX'lM'A PRIOR,adm'z.
ja2 iot
2drtatibria (kaztttt.
Hnauaaren daily anhthi-wkkki.v ai
OAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 812
PRINCE BTREET.
[Enteredatthe Poetofneeof Alexandria,
Virginia, aa aeoond-elaaa matter.]
tkrms: Dally -i year, avou:?; months.
82..0C: :i months, 81.i'>: 1 month.i:* ccut*.:
l week, lOeenta, .
Tri-veekly-1 vear, 13.00: (i montha,
8L80; { months, 7"> conts; 1 month, ?
oeaala, ... , .. .
Oontraol advertlaera will not bo allowed
to exeeed their apaoe unleaa the exeeaa
is paid for at tranaleut ratea, and under
no eireumstanVes will they be allow.>d
to adverttae other than their legiti
matebualneaa ln tbeapaee eonUaeted
Kesolutions in memoriam. of thanks.
tributeaof respeet, reaolunona adonted
by aooletiea or peraona.unleaa of public
oaneern, will i?- printed in tbe paper
aa advertleementa. _
Al/TOMOBIIl. ACCIDKNTS.
Afte-r itriking Bath Wood, 8 16
year-old colored girl, near Rockville,
Md., yesterday afternoon, Roy N.
Palmer, B Washington automobile
agent. lost COOtrol of his ear. It
dragged the girl 60 yards. drupped
down a small embankinent, threw Mr.
Palmer out and then went on another
50 yards until a negro stopped it.
Mr. Palmer's skull is froctured. Tlie
girl diod last night.
Mr. Palmer was probably overeome
when he hii tbe little girl, who was
walking akmg with tour companiona.
Sbr- waa alnir.st al ber door when Ihe
ear came along. She aeemed be
wildered and rau to the right sidc ol
tbe road when her eoinpariions vvnt
the other way. Her inother was in
the door and saw her ehild liit. At
the momenl ol the craah th.' ear
awerved aa if Mr. l'alnier had col
lapaed lt went wild acroaa the road,
then turned to one side and went
down tlie deelivity. A wheel Hew
off and the driver landed on hia bead.
A negro, wbo happened by, jumped to
the wheel of the raachine and atopped
it 60 yarda fartber.
Bampton'a Magaainefor July, which
haa been received from its publiahcra
in New York. present- a most attractive
table ofcontenta. The lateat instalmetri
ofCommander Peary'a "Diacovery ol
Ihe North Pole" tellaof bia trip heyond
his previoua "fartbeal north" and pre
s.nts nianj proofa which he rcfuaed to
turned over t.. (kingrcw. The aecond
aet of Roatrand'a "Cbaiiteclor" ia given
and Chaa. E. Rusaell rontinuea biaat
tack upon the Hnancial corruptncaa of
tbe Southern l'aeilie Kailmad in Cali
fornia. "A nghting ehance f?>r th
city ehild'' reveaht many atartling faets
about lliariBBTll children in our large
town-'. IVrsoiialitic-," "Exeeaa bag"
gage" and "The apeed kings" are mo-t
readahie and Ihe fiction <>f thia iaauc i
far above the avcragc.
Two peraona were inatantly killed.
three dangerously injured, and two
otbera Imrt, when a large automobile
waa atruck near Charleroi I'a.. yeeter
day afternoon by one ..f tbe heavy
raburban eara ol the Pittaburg Btreet
Railway Company.
The dead aie William H. Hamilton.
aged 43 ve.ua, an undertakerofRoacoe,
I'a.. and his sou Roy aged L'l' year-.
The acctdent oocured al Beechwood
l'ark croaaing about a mile aouth ol
Charleroi. Tlie croaaing ia Kpproached
al a conaiderable down grade and it ia
bclieved that Hamilton miajudged the
speed (,.f the approaching trolley car.
Th..- oocupanta were tbrown a- if
from a catapuli. Hamilton and hi.s aon,
wbo were on the front seat, landing on
their heada. The automobile took fire
after the atvident.
An automobile, COOtaining Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Illoek, became unmanage
able at Cape May last night and daabed
Into a teiegraph pole
Mrs. Illwli was tbrown against tbe
pole and had her skull erushed, while
ber huaband auatained less aerioua
injury.
HarohJ Backua, a chauffeur aged 22,
was killed, and two rompanions wliom
be took on a "joy" ride at .'> a. m. yes?
terday were injured. when the macbine
craahed into a teiegraph pole at Bmeth
port. Y.\. Harold afcCarthy, one uf
tbe party, is in a aeriouaconaition, and
Frank 1'urtle, the third member' bears
revere cuta and bruiaea,
SFA1N WAHXt* VATICAX.
Pramter Oanalejaa said on Saturday
that if the nefotiationa between tho
Bpaniah fovernment and the rattoan
over lhe revision of the conoordat were
brokeo oil Bome would be reaponaible.
He said:
"The full te\t of the Vatican's rn
plyhasnot been reaived yet. hut we
know from the telegraphic sunmiary
that it does not constitute a respones
tO our note, bUt ia coiifined cxclusivi ly
to B protest against the iniperia! decree
of June 11. and is thereforc an in
vasion of the state's sovereignty. whieh
i- not tolerable. The ehureh falsely
ac. usesiisofan attaek upon the Catlio
lic religion. We are Mtnpl* defend
iiij; tbe aovereignty of the atate.
Pieinior Canalejaa added that if the
Catbolica peraiated in their thraata of
a eivil war he would liave recourse to
the courta
A dubioua etement in the situation ia
the attitude of King Alfonso, upon
whom great intluence is being exeroised
lo cauae him to overthrow the Canalejaa
tniuistry. At the sanie tinie the pre
nner is bokling the ntonarch to a strict
fultihnent of thc promiaea which he
-a\- Alfonso made when the present
cabinet t(K>k ofBce,
OanaJeJM'aieligiouarefonn polioyhaa
aiOUBOd the bitter aittagonistn ofthe
Bpaniah ap/aaonatti and ol Qatltoik bo
eiettes thrOUghoul the country. At a
recent nueeaang ol the Catholic defence
Hoeietiea it was iimotjiicad that before
tlie noHoiea outlined were permitted to
be.onie law, Spain would undergo a
periloua erisis. as Catholies preferred
eivil war to the lay sohool systeni.
t i ?n the day that the radical govern
?eat aaawaaed power Oan.ilej.is an
nounead that he would furtber the pro'
Jell-0
Ice Cpcam
Powdcr
Makes Ice Cream
for one cent
a plate
RFCIPE:
Stlr the powdcr in 4 quart of milk and
freeze. Nothing more to be done. hvery
hing is in the package. Makes two quart,
ol dellcioua Ice Cream in 10 minutes.
Vanilla, Strawbcrry. Lemon. and Choco
late flavora. and L'nflavored.
Two packages 25 centa at grocera .
Recipe Book Free.
Tac Greeaee Pare Food Cc Le ReyJjl*;
gramme of rettgtoua freedom mappod
out by the preceding minlatry. This
inctuded a reviaion of theconcordal aml
thr compelling <>f unautboriied re
ligknia ordera to aeek authoruation
under the law adopted in 1887. The
eslablishmeiits of Bome religious Orderi
not COmplying with the terms of this
law have been since elo-cd by the
government.
An Imperial decree of June 11 per?
mitted non-Catbolic religious ediflcea
to display thg in-ignia for public wor
sbip. Tbe vatiean protested on tbe
ground that tbe atatua qUO sboukl be
continued until the reviaion of Ihe <'on
I'ordat had been compl-'trsl. Canalejas
replied that if the iaroe of the de?
cree waa coupled with the reviaion ne?
gotiationa the latler would be brok.n
off. The vatiean remained firm in it?
attitude that the aubjed of the decree
must be firet diapoaed of, and (ollowing
a cabinet meeting on Friilay. Oanalc
jas announced Jthat the papal proteat
again-t tbe decree would be igtioicl
and the government'a programme aa
authorized earrie.l out.
The Bpaniah government has received
by teiegraph another note from ihe
vatiean, in which it i- atated that the
vatiean will replj to the full Iex1 of the
government'a propoaala, whi.-b have
nOW airived. This l.-aves the ItegOthv
tiona between the Bpaniah government
and the vatiean relative to the aubjed
of the church and non-Catholic re
ligioui aocietiea -ii!l in abeyance, aml
practically where they werea week ago.
Cbamberlain'aCough Remedy is sold
on a guarantee that if you are not .sat
i-ti ? I aft.r uaing two tiiirds of a bottl*
ac.-oidiiig to direitions, your money
will bf refumled. It is up to you to
try. BoM by vV. V. Creighton aml
Richard GKbaon.
The Fifth Avenuo Bank of New York
..ii Baturday declared au eztra dividend
of 180 per cent,
in iv vi:\ks- i;\1'1.i;ii;n? !?: ol'
AN OLD MKSK.
Mr-. Wlnalow'a Sootbiog Byruplathe
preaeriptlou of one of the beal Itomale
phyaielana an.l nuraea in the United
States, and haa been needforOfty yeara
with never-faiUng auceeaa by niiiiir.ns <>i
mothera for their ehildren lt rellevea
tin- ehild from pain, eures dhurhoea,
griplng in the bowela, aml wlnd eolle.
By givlng health to the ehild it reata tbe
m'other. 'I'wenty-live eenls a hottle.
I'lire Food Store.
MIDLAND BUTTER,
Fresh from the churn to
you. For yeara Midland
Butter has been recotfnized
aa the best that comes to
Alexandria. Special deliv
cry every Friday.
Call. phone, or write.
St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets.
General Insurance Agency.
Laurence Stabler
Room No. 4. Burke tf Hcrbert Bldtf.
Tbe oomnanloa repreaented Ia tbia
offloo bave aaaeta ol ever 1100,00
Among others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Liverpool tJ London ttf Globe.
XEtna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire W Marine.
Prompl attention given t<> adjuatment
of loaaee and all matten eonaeeted with
insuranee.
Refrigerator
Weather
The first cost 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 custom
ers speak for us.
1VL Ruben & Sons.
oOl KING STREET.
: i_iii_n--g---k'gg---ti--xxiii.i i iiiii--i__n:
of Alexandria, Virginia
CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS. $125,000
M
I
Officers
Edward L. Daingerfield. Preaident Carroll Pierce. Vice President
Richard M. Green. Caahier
J. C. Smoot
Worth Hulfish
M. A. Ahern
Directors
Edward L. Daingerfield
Jaa W. Roberta
Carroll Pierce
Urban S. Lambert
RJDSOURCES.
Loani.
L. s. Bonda to aecure
circulation.
Bonda to aeeure V. 8.
Depoeil.
Otber Bonda :md
Stoeks.
Banking Houae and
Real Fstale.
Oaah.48,308.66
Due fro.o
Rankaand rte
aerve Agental3iam3fl
IOOrOOO.60
ljOOO.00
.v,.i:t..?;
S2.?>6.97
liap.ii.it iks
Oapital.
Sitiplus.
I'n.livided Profita...
Circulation.
Depoalta.
f. s. Depoatt.
8IOO.000.uo L
100,000,00 U
22,754.18 r
98^300.00 t
748,080.29
1.000.00
$i,i-^.iu.??s g
Vtttttttttti 1 ilATTriTni lllli-LIIXXn i I tTTTIHAJA
A Big Smoke
isn't a bit more enjoyable if you burn a
bill to light your cigar It's the quality
and make of the cigar that gives en
joyment.
WE MANUFACTURE CIGARS
that give ratisfaction the year round.
They are uniform la sue 'and quality.
Get a box and wheii it's up get miuthei.
See that every Plantation Cigar is stamp
ed Hamilton & Co.
HAMILTON & CO
_323 KING STREET._
CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
Buy at VIRGINIA HIGHLANDS, the garden suburb.
The nearest and the newest continual development on
artistic lines. Save time?only 12 minutes ride. Save
car fare?only 1 5 cents round trip.
Come out Saturday or Sunday afternoon and see
the Morrill style cement housespouredin steel moulds:
one up, two more onw building. Shown and demon
strated at 4 P- m.
Lots now $200. $10 cash, $5 per month.
A rare opportunity for investment in stock or in
lots. Improvements raise prices: Buy before, not
after. Inquire of A. J. Wedderburn, Harrie White or
A. S. Doniphan.
BALLARD & LANHAM
Washington Sales Office. 621 13th Street, Northwest.
Clip this ad: it leads the way.
FOR SALE
One of the most desirable properties ever offered for sale in this city. hav
ing a frontagc of 27 feet 6 inches and a depth of 157 feet 6 inches. improved by
an excellent three story brick dwelling. with 10 rooms and bath. and possessing
all modern improvements. Being located on north Washington street. and with
, in one square of King street.
On King street between Alfred and Patrick streets. desirable three story
] brick dwelling. with ten rooms and bath. with lot fronting 23 feet 5 inches on
King atreet. with a depth of 100 feet to a 10 foot alley.
Three atory brick dwelling with nine room and bath. and all othcr modern
improvements. situated on the northeast corncr of Columbus and Queen streets.
Lot 90 by 20 feet.
These properties are of superlative worth and matchless superiority. For
priee and terms and inspection permits. see
THOMPSON & APPICH
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
I INAM'IAI.
QABOVin i- KooTlli:. M. K. II uu.ow
Preaident Vice Preaident
First National Bank
A r i XAMinii, Ya.
Desijjnatcd Depository of the
United States.
CAPITAL.$100,000
slKlM.ls AND UNDIV1DED
PROFITB.81^.000
Dlreetora:
0 L BOOTHE, M. B. HAKN'uW.
(i. K. WARFTELD, .1. 1'. IfUIR,
WALTER ROBERTS. Ii. BAER.Ja.,
j FKANCiSl.. SMITIi
BgTABLISBKD 1882,
IBurke &Herbert
Morlernly e.piippe.l for banking in
1 its rarioua branebea.
Depoaitea reeelved anbjeet to ebeek al
? sipht. CollecUona made on all i?.Ia
nlah gieda Inveetment aeeuilUea
1 bougnt and eold.
Ixtters (,r < revlit aud Foreign Ex
' obange humished.
' nafS Depoaii lloxes for reut.
I ? A Savinga Department iu which in
t? rest ia alloweU on deposi ta.
TO CITY TAXPAYERS?NOTIGE.
collcetor'sOfflee, .Ii.15, 1910
Kotlce is hereby riven that tbe tax
bllla for 1910are now in tbe handa ofthe
Colleetor. Tho attcntioii of partics iu
I is respeetfully called to the fol
lowlag eatraet from lhe reveaue hill ol
that > car:
"I'pon all bllla paid in I'ull l.y th. lat
day or July, 1910, the Colleetor >>f Taxea
shall allow a dlaeount ol' -i.\ per cent..
an.l on :ill i.ill- paid by tbe tatdayofHep
tember. FMO, he ahall allow a dlaeount ol
four per .eut.. and on all bllla m.t paid
ohthelatdaj of Deoember, 1310, there
shall be aiseaaed and eollected a pcii.ilu
Offlrc per cent Upon thc aiilollllt ol' said
bllla, and on all i.ill- remalnlna unpald
oa the lat dav of June, mi, darnagea al
therateofafa per eeutuna peraaau?i
shall he paid."
Taxpayera woufd d>> well to eall and
p:iy nt once iu order lo avoid tbe ru-h
eadcrowd naually present on tbe taat
dav- in m hlch the dlaeount is alkrwed.
llriny a li-t to make sure you fet bllla
Tor all your property, as the colleetor
will not be respoaaibleor allow tbe dla?
eount after the time fixed by law.
I". F.-OORMAN,
{elOtJyl ColleeUirof City T.ixc
WAH r_D
A good WIUTK MAN Tor tl.e stable
at Ravensworth. Wslje to Mrs. LKK
Burke, Virginia. marll tf
| Greatest Selling of
N
? All Worsted Two
and Three Piece
Suits
EverKnown ?" Alexandria
Regular Pricaa, $20, $22.50, $25.
We are selling them at $14.85
Kaufmann Bros.
402-405 King Street. g
_ . I
:oiorororororororo:<g^
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. Nieol, 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.
O G r>
COPVil'-l^T A r> 5.F C?
A Subject that De
mands Consideration
among 4th of Julj preparntiona ia that
of footwenr Wlieilief you march at
the head ol Ihe prurtueaon or al the
reai you need wmfortableaboea, Don't
get footaore when you ean easily pre?
venl il by ui'.iring our latesi Oxforua.
They are Ihe eaaleat, moal durable and
iiM.-t comfortable ahoea jrel made and,
fiirtbermore, they are leadere in ityle.
and good looltB.
Tjr A T*"7 400 KING
KA 1 Ly STREET
ESTABL1SHED 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 fine grades of papcr and
envelopes in boxes and by the
pound. You will be delighted
both in ita quality and priee.
S.F.DysonA, Bro.
Book Sellers &? Stationers,
508 King Street.
W. H. PECK
Payne and Quecn Streets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
Provisions
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY 192._
CITI/.KNS NATI'iNAL BANK,
Alexandria. Va, June 23, 1333.
At a re^.ibir meeting of tbe board of
dlreetoni, held al the banking houae tbis
day.a regular armlannual divldendof
1 per .eut. was de.ltre.l: al-oau extra
dividen.lol 1 per eenl.; both payable on
lund after July lat, lt'l"
KK__AK1> _ SRE-N, i a.tuer.
PIANOS
- SOLD ON -
Easy Payments.
W. I. Whitson
611-613 King Street.
i.: ln
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatett known Water lor Dyspep
na. Indir/estion. Kidney and Liver
Troublea.
Leading Phyaiciana endorac it and tea
tify to ita tfreat merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist.
AliMIMS'l ItATiiK'SNoTlfK. Ilav
ing .iiialifl.Ml m arhninislrator of
the eatate ofthe hUeafra. KRANCBS A.
MII.I.KK. all peraona Indebted to aaid
?atate are requeated to make prompt
pavuient. aiel all peraona havingelalnu
Bgainst Bale eatate are requeated te pre
s,"nt thr saiuo properly eertirietl for *et
tlement. OARDNER L BOOTHE,
j. l j 1(H Alexandria, Virginia.
B
R. P. Knox, AlietiolKer.
Y VIBTUEOF A DECRKEOF THE
. - Corporation Court of the < Itj <'t
Alexandria. Va.. enieivd on the iah
dav of.Iulv. U?i7, in the ebaneery eausc
i.l'.Marv 1'. l'.lliott va Katbarine Bauer.
etal., pendlng ln the said court. tho un
deraigned eommiaaioner will ofler for
sale. at public auctioii. on
s.\ri'IU?AY. thcindilay or July. l'Jlu.
at 13 o'elockin.. iu IrOUt ofthe Royal
street entranee to the market building.
tbe rblrOWing des. ribed property. to wil :
All that totofground, with iniprove
meiiis thereon, in the said elty or Alex?
andria. Va., beglnuing at tbe Intereaa
tiou ol the south side idKintfstreet with
theeaet side of Payne street. and rtnv
nlng thenee caat twenty-?a 138) bat
elght (8) inches to the line formerly
Bryan'a: thenee aouth tweiity aevi a
feet: thenee west six (6) feet: thenee
south io Commerce street: and tbenco
witb Commerce street to Payne atreet;
and thenee north on Paj nc atreet to the
beginnlng: with al! appurtenancea.
Termaof aale?One-third caahaad tbe
balanee In two equal Inatallmeabi al aaa
and two reara froni date of bbJo; thada
forred paymenta to pay Intereet atsix
per cent and lo be seciired by the relen
tiotl ofthe tltlc Until the sanic are paid.
orallcashat the option of the purchaaj
er. cost ofeonveyanee at the expeaai
ofthe purehaaer.
I.'ll i.LASSSTt ART.
Coinini ?ioner ofSale.
I. Nevell S. (ireciiaway. Clerk or the
Corporation Court. hereby oertlfy that
tlu- boud requlred in the above eausc
has been dilh exeeilted hy the above
eommiaaioner or aale, arlra auanclent
auretj.
NKVKLL s. OBX-KAWAT, I *W_
teltstd_
P
II. P. Knox. Aiictionecr.
17R8UANT T() A DRCREE REN
- dered i>\ thc < 'orporatioii < tourt ofthe
eity of Alexandria, Vtrglnla. bn the i*t
dav ofjune, 1010. iu tbe chancory eausc
thereln |>ending, entitlod Hojiewell IL
Darneille. wbo-ues. ete.. va WllUnma
Watehman's Cloek Company. Incorpo
rated, a corporation Ineorporatedand d<v
Ing bualneaa under the lawaofthe Btate
or Virginia, tbe undcraigned, who. by
said deeree, waa appointed oommiaaloner
for tbe purpoae, will offiar for sale at
public auction at the lloyal street cn
tr.inee lo the Maikel Building, in lhe
elty of Alexandria. Virginia, oi.
TUESDAY, JULY ... 1333,
ai ISo'etbek noon. Htaaaaata of the Wil
lianis Watchman'a Ctock Company, In
corporated. conalatiagof certain lettera
patent of Ihe I'nited States of Ameriea.
nuiol.ere.i and dated aa folloe a:
Patent No. B3K.40K, dated December ?'>.
ifloa, :in<i Patent No. asjoaa, oaaad
Nepteenber -i. 1301,
which lettera patenl now sutud iu the
name of lhe Williams Waichnian's
clo.-k Compain. incoi | oratod. on the
recorda ofthe Patent Offlee ofthe I'nit?
ed st.ue- of Ameriea, in the elt) ot
Waahington, D. C., aaid patent- being
t'oi ?watehman's eloek-. tire alarm regla
tera,letter box loeka, aad burgiar alarm
loeka; alao a patent now peiuungin tbe
Patent Offlee <>t' the United states or
Ameriea. which patent is pendlng |B the
nameof Frederick Williams. which is
the property ofaald company under aa
ngrectnent dated .lanuarv ?, 190H. by and
between Frederick Williama. ll<i|x?ell
II.Darneiilc.and Edward 8. Jforton;akso
tWO BWitoh boaids. -ix eloeks. twellt.V
wat.hmaii's eloeksand tire alarm l.oxe-.
two reglaterv, four letter boa loeka, and
one burgiar alarm loek. aud all books
and papera belongtng t<. the defendeat
company.
Terma "f aale-tfcah. Convoyanolng at
the cost of lhe pnreliaser or piirchasci sj
liARDKER L. BOOTHE
eommiaaioner of Sale.
"TTxevcii s. oreenawag, clerk ofthe
('oi poi-ation (ourt i?r the eity <>r Alexau
drii Virginia, do hereby eertlfy that
Gardner L. Boothe, eommiaaioner <>t aale
in tbe above entitlod eausc. has entered
into bond. with approved scciiriiy. in
aceordaiice with lhe re<|Uirenienisof lhe
above mentloned deeree.
N EV EI .LS, <i REENA WA V. < brk.
r.v Lot is n. Dcrrai. i?. C
|e_ td
POirypEBS AND machwwb
J.&, H. Aitcheson
MACH1NISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machiniata' Suppliea.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. 6fc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
ia Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a apecialty in repaira to
Gaaoline Enginea. Motorcyclea and
Automobilea.
We aolicit your orders on all kinda of
Iron Work.
Bell Phonc 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE;1
514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324.
H, WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
wnci awi BTpgaw iiviit s. rotai.ht.
Dcaler in Hardware. Painu. AgricuU
tural Implementa, Vchiclea.Harneaa.
Field and Garden Seeds.
wai'.khoi lawn, aotrrn dwion wtmmn, ox
i.im: Of BOtTWJBW uaii.way.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kindsof Mill Feed
Wiii arwaya keep Ii atoefc the highoat
gradf of theae artleaMk
wi:i;k i:m? tk kkts.
Loeal ireeh end tlekeja WT?hIngton to
gonteraet, Warrenton. Ilarrisonbiirg.
Bluemont and Intermediate station* sokl
on Saturdaya and Sundeye, ralld for re?
turn on Monday at very low fares. will
i>t- plaoed on -air. i>.\ Southern Railway
?t weahlagton.D. <'.. heginnlng s.viTlt
dav. May >th. and eontlnulag until
Oetober J. iiiilnsive.
L B. BKOWX, licneml Agent
k>or8alr~at st BLMO, VA.
gtaroaenaandpantry house: runuing
water in house: 07 feet of porch 7 feet
irlde; bUilt three years in; neatly
I. nr.Ml; eorner: Imilt on two lots 38x125
eaeh; privilogo of usiiiL' ailjolnlng lot.
PrieefUOO. Apply PRKDERICK M1L
I.KR, 1387 B street southeast, Washing?
ton. D.C. jelb7t

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