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BTEDKSBDAIf RVBNINO, M \ K 29. LOCAL, MATTBBa Sun and Tide Table. ln ris.siomi.rrow.il 1*34 aml sets 7:29. Ii wat.r al 121 a. m. and l:i:i p- '"? Weather Probabilitiea. tbli aeetlon fair and eontlnued tauighl and Thursdaji; Hgbt weet BrlBds. tCITEMENT ON A STEAMER \ ' kaual Baach steamer Queen pe aml the Baltimore ateamer Plor llieilaml ran aide hy side on tbetr JTy up the river lasl night. A colored ?aan employad on the Queen Aune 'doiined a life preaerver while the race was in progreas which cauaed aom< ex citemeiit. :is the captaillB "f the Btl ani nad m. idea .-f allowing them to come cl'.se ciiough together to cause danger. Wbena ahortdiatance south of Ulymont the steamer Si. Johns witb axcursionista from thiscitj and Wash ington came along, This added to tbe aoxiety, some of the Colonial i sngers auppoaing a bead-on colli M..II waa iinniiiieiit. The three ateam an, bowever, aoon gol away from eacb other aml iihout an bour later reached this port. During the excitemenl on the Queen Attne one lady fainted aml a few otbera, inostiy women and chiidren, were no littll iilituiied. <?iie i.r two of tla. male paaeangcra preteoded they wta.- ahoul t.. jiimp overboard. Captain Barker, of the steamer Queen Aune. which Btopped at this port on het way t.. '',.!..iu.il Beacfa this niorti iug, said the publiahed accounts of the incident were greatly exaggerated. Th.- Queen Aune was leadmg tln Ni.rthuiul'erland when the hittcr lilew her whiatle to imlicale she WOUMJ make ;i landing al Glymont At this juncture the Bt. Jobns, on her way down, came along, when the Queen tnne drew cloaei t<> th.- Nortb umberland to allow the st. Johna to paaa The Rdrtbumberland then soiiiidcl a danger aignal, which Captain Barker aaid was unneceaaary, aa there was one hundred feel space between the two st. anrters. lt waa at tbal ti. tbe darkey appeared, with a life pre ?erver strapped to him, aml said tbe boal waa sinkiiu: The St. Johna did not atop, aewaa publiahed, then being no reasoti to shui her down. A SANE FOURTH The Civic |inpn>\. m. ut League is actively engaged in arranging the de tails for :i sane celebration ??' tie1 Fourth. special attention i- i alled t" the spieiidnl advantagea "f < Waahington Park for all day pit nii Old Porl Ellaworth will prove to !"? an kttractive play ground for ihe chtldren, ui I its historic interesl to the i ps i- appealing. Thia wa- the firal fort iniilt m th-' civil a?r. The park management will bave the grasa trira med off the slope aml top ofthe beauti tul aite. The cottage at the top of the hdl will h o ed aa .a real aml i I refreshiiienis The morning bouw will be devoted lo the' pleaaurea aml comfort of ihe chiidren. At four o'clock a hall game will !"? played aud at -i\ thiriy an addreaa will l.e di livered aud the |).elai;iti..ti of Indepeinli me read. lnnii? diati ly following the f<>r mal exer. ise. a ' and conccrt will l.e given until nine o'clock when a Bre worki displaj will occur. Every citiaen interesi,-i m thi- celebration i- invited ' i meeting on uexl Friday eyeiwaag in the room ?>f the Cbamber of ColllUier. (?? llt eiohl ..'? lock. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. egtdai convention "f < Iriental k'nighta "f Pythias, beld lasl ?H m following omccre were eleoted ajuing terni: C. ('.. .1 T, Her C t. i> Peyton; 1'. II ?a-uJerj K. of B & B., E. R. Boyer; M. of F . W. A. Con way; M ol F . He. W. Bontx; M. of \\\. A. .1. Km her; M. at A.. .1. M. Well-: 1 G., M i; Norris; ?>. G., F. F. Phillips. Th. n ofni era will !>.? installed nexl Tu.s.l.,;, night l>\ D., G. C, \ ?' But. her, after which refreshnieiil- will W seryed The lodge wa- higbly en tertained by an addn - on pythianism by I'.tst Cbancellor W. A. Conway. DEATH OF MR DENNIS. News waa received yeeterdaj "f the deitth of Mi. John Dennis, al the home of his father m Culpeper, after a lin gering ilraeaa. _l bia bedside were Mrs. James I.. K.lly. and Mra Harriaon B. Hudson. of th.- city, si-t. i- ..f the de i, :,l-.. I! II lleiini- jr . and .1 s Dennis bia brothera, wbo bave made "tlexandria their bome during late years. Funeral will be al Culpeper and interment in Masonk cemetery, Thuraday, ai - o'clock._ CHARTERS The fottowing are amongthechaTters issned yesterdaj Prince William Rt* puai Corporai ?:.. M iruaaaaa, G Raj momi Rateliffi treasurer; W. F M. ? chant, aacretary; W. Hotcbieon, presi dent? all of Manaasaa. Objecte; "i" rate a hoapital. North Mount Vernon Land Company (Xao.), Alexandria, C. 1> Fowfer, icut ii i! Moulton, BePretary; E. I. I all ol Waahington, 1> C. Capital Maximum, 160,000; mraimam, H.000 Objecta Real er tate business. ^^^^^^ SAMAR1AN REBEKAH LODGE Miian Bebakah Lodge, No, 27 I. 0. 0, F.i behd a rerj intereating tmeting last nifht Two candidatea ? initiated in |be mysv ri< ? of the logree. and the following orticer- were elcetod; Nobta grand, atri Lamberi Lylcs; viee grnnd. Mr- Kowba; record ing secretarv. Mfl. Jamea H afana field; tinam ial sccrciiiiy. W 1. Martin. auar, Mra Edward Pa v, Wiii.aiu Risdoo a: of the meeting refwahiiri i _^_ fh??ie will 1h' ii -hon bussm -- meet tngof tbe AlKaon W. 0. T. V beW tq jnorruw evening beginning at 9 o'clocll ?t the Chiidren s llome. ou Jhike Btreet. Glance over the list of High Grade isoM exoluaively hy oa r\ A T. Cousins. Qraaaa Qtuutty, Bed Croaa L?dar Bboe Oo., B. H< (T?m Hess), Tayl.-r i lot Made) Broctou Co-Opeimive Co.. Walk Regal, Exeelsior BhoeOo., and many others. J. A. Mar*ballLdc Bro., a_i JJLivg itrect. DEATH OF THOMAS V. R1SHEILL. Mr. Thoinas V. Biabeill, an old and Well-KMOWIl citl/ell. dled-.'ll the le-l dence of his aon, of Ilr. Tborna I Kislnill, oiS aouth Waahington atreet, aboul 8 o'clock thi* morning. The de i had been in failtng health for aboul a year aml during ihe paat iw.. weeks he had been confined to hia bed. Ilr. Biabeill leavea five children?two rona, M. ? rs. Thomaa L and M. L Bisheill <-f this city: and Mr-. Boberl Prettyman, of this city: Mr-. taaac Buckingham.ol Waahington,and Mr-. Thoma- Burrough*, of Jefferaonvdle, Ind. The funeral will lake plaCO to morrow evening at ?i o'clock. Fbe aervicea will he conducted bj Bev. ll M Cnuter and ihe pallbearen will !?? Hayden, Walter Braw ,,er Krtie-i Fiimell. Harvey Williama, George8cotl andSylveaterScott, allem p|(,vcc-a. M. L. BiaheiU'fl mill. M, Bisheill wa- born "' Porl < hn ??, Bchuylkill county. Pa., 7-" uo Hecame to Alexandria in 1S58 where he married Mia* Bmma Budd, daughter ol Jobn Budd, aml later en jraged with Mr. HenryHoge m th.- aaw and planing mill buainteaal 'he north c.,s, corner of Queen and Fairfax Btreet*. ln lat.r yeara he conducl d tbe i.usiu. Bfl in his own name al ihe south.ast cormr of W.ike- and Paii fav -loet ll wa- while Ie- wa- locat? ed al Ihi- place thal he lo-t ln- forC lefl arm h\ having it caugh m Ihe iiiachm erv Recently he Lll ,H hkt home and broke hiscollar bone. A few montha ago ln- -on, Mr. M. L Bisheill, ered new aml modern roillal ihe soutli east cornei of Wilke* aml Columbu* Btreeta, at wbicb pbvcethedeceased had been a prominent figure. Mr. Biabeill ai time* repre-eiiic.l ihe Third ward iii ,1H. Board of Alderroen and Common Council. in by-gone year* he i contributor to the Gazette.and the pro duciioi.sof T. V R." were alwaj reh Ie d. a- tbey were generally flinga at impractical movemenU and di ? of over enthu*ia*tic people. While in ihe City Council ln- <." nerally -aw tle ridiculoufl in certain mi amiree, and his huinor ofmn proved more powerful than the extended argument* of his fellow member*. ln recenl year*, bj reaaon ol lailing health, he hid taken bul little inteiv-i in public matterfl. PRISONER ESCAPES FROM 1AIL. Wiliiam Eggle?ton, who had been aentenced to tbe penitentiary foi two year* for stealing a number ,,f suit* of clothing from Bernheimer -ome time agO, made bix escape fron. th.- citj jail aboul i :80 o'clock this morning. Warden Wiliiam Candler was in tbe corridor with g|< ston and wa- aboul 1" paas out of ihe ea-t dooi w hen the negro - him on ih-' back ol lbe bead with a rtick. Mr. Candler grapplcd with the darkey and tbe noiae ol the scurbV brought Mi- Candler to theacene. Shc went to the aid ol ber buaband and wat painfull) acratched by the darkej Thelatter managed to free himaell from the warden and bi* wife and ruahed into the Btreet. Mr. Candlei followed tbe negro and discharged his pistol three tiines at him. Eggle*ton ran north ou St \ laph stn et, Hepa.I abunch ,,f men on the ornerof st. Aaapb and oronoco street*, and after the fugitive paaaed them they gave chaae. Tlie negro wa* more Heel of fool and booii oiu di-lamed them. Mr. Frank l'ul lin. bowever, who had armed bimaell with a piatol, puraued the negro aa far i i Bay, wbere he diaappeared. The purauer kept within a square of the fugitive for some time. Citj - geanl Cox has offered a reward of 130 for the capture of Egglesl. RECEPTION TO GRAND RBOENT The meeting last nighl ol Alexan? dria Council, No. l?27, Royal An nnuin, in Bareptn Hall waa one of tbe moal iutereating in the hiatory of thntorgani tation. A number of member* ol George Maaon Council were preaent. Mi Henry K. Field, of ihis cit). grand regenl of Virginia, was the gueat of honor. the principal feature of the meeting being a reception to thal ofiicial. Among the prominent mem? ber* of the order preaenl were Hrand Vice Begenl Minetree Folkea, Paal Qrand Begenl W. T. Dabney, and Deput] Grand Begenl \ l?. Jackaon, all of Bichmond, Va.; .1 K. Bwaine, pa-i grand regenl of the. Diatrict ?.f Coliimhia. Bev. Edgai Carpenter and Bei W. r Wataon, all of whom made appropriate speechea. Mr, Field made a Buitable rc-poii-e. Two candidaten were initiated aiul i<f?.-Iirncnt< were served at the clo-e af the meeting. BODY FOUND The body of Wilson irjeary, colored aged 62 year-. of Uexandria county, wa- found late yeaterday afternoon in shallow water al Vandewater station, on the Greal Falh and < Md Dominion Bailway, Coroner Ashton Bummoned a jury, which viewed the body, The iurj adjourned until lt' o'clpck this morning aj tin Alexandria county courthouae. A verdid waa rendered thai the drowning wa* accidental. It is believed Geary was drowned laal night ni the run, whicb at that time contain ed probably three feel of water. during rm, POLICE COURT. [Juetio H B C tton pr< itding. | The following caaea were difjnoeed of this morning Archie Bergeant, colored. charged witbdiaorderl) conducl and fighting, Bned WO. Emma Tbom] colored. charged with simil w.isdi-mi-sed Jamea .tordnn. colored. charged with ying property of Mary Bmith, colored, v\as tine.l AUCTION SALE OF FEED. Mr Sammi H. l.unt will o'clo k tom |ng "tt< a i'..r sal. at public auctioii al ihe Waahington ?traOhk) Railroad freight house tw.. carioadfl (800 lacka) ol feed The aale will be made bj the agenl ol the Bouth' :.' tilway Company, the feed having been refuaed by the eeualgners. The purchaaei will not be ailowt 1 ? it in Vircinia. Attention is again directed to the llotice of tho olerk of ga*. All bili muat be paei berore Friday next in or d. i io aarjttra the benefll ofthediscount. "They como high " The ? tl,e,!, want them and we aay to the Ladiea yoo can T. Cousin'sExelusne Itylei atf4-- King ttreet, J, A. Marshall 4 Bro.| PERSONAL. The engagenaeot of Miss Mary Bar bour UiN.v. the elder daughter of the late Hon. .lohn F. Itixey. who for a number of yeat- represelited the Eighth Virginia District in OotaJ to Dr. Robati K. Compton is announc ? d. The wedding will take place in the fall at the home of her mother, near Charlottesville, where Mrs. Rixey now resides. Miss Rixey made her debul in Washington while her fath-i was in Oongreaa and has there a large circle of frienda. Dr. Compton ii a member of the medical faculty of the Dniveraity of Virginia. Mr. Ii. H. llaiicock today received from N'oinini a couatgmmem of new wheal in fairly good condition. He sold ? f,,. .*1 per 'biishel to the Lawreme MiHing Company, Miaa Juha Arroiatead Lippitt, daugh? ter of Ihe late Dr. aml Mrs. Wiliiam Fontaine Lippitt, aml Mr. George Bow doin Craighill, aon of Rev. and Mrs. lane ? II. Craighill. will be married at ihe home of the bride'* sisters, the Mjgaefl l.ippitt. LNO.'U'street. Washing? ton. tonight A nuniher of Alexali drian- Will atl.iid the wedding. M,. George A. BparrOw, of Gas tonia, N. <"?? end ????* aCHaabeth B. Bwing, foruieilvof this citv. were mar? ried in Waahington today, by Rev. Doi ild C. McLeod. Mr-. M. R. Ih.oilhand and her nepbew, Albert Glover, are visiting in Maltoid county. N UAN UNVivitD. Wben ihe Cncuit Court for Alexan? dria county adjourned yealerday aiter ,???, unfjl ln o'clock this morning all the evidence for both the commacf* wealth aml the defenae in the caae of Michael rXohvn, accuaed of the murder or l: iberi Mirphy. jr., just norihwr-t of thi- citv. on June 17, had been siih mitted to' th.- jury, which was then locked up for the night. The argu meiii- began this morhing when court .vened aml ihe caae went to the jury ;l, ,,l.t 12:80 o'clock thia evening. : 25 o'clock this evening ihe jiirv rciidercd a verdict of manslaiighter nnd flxed the puniabmenl at :? years m ihe penitentiary. RED MEN At a meeting of Semiiiole Tribe of i;.,i Men. h.ld lasi night these ifficer* we.let led: Sachem, L I'. Wood ward; "enior aagamore, C. H. May; junior sagamorc, W. U. Gteagow; prophet. |i. K. Robey; chief of record-, F. Clinton Knight; keeper ofwampum, E. L. Finka; collector "f wampum, Ar Ibur M. Dawaon; trustee-. 1. I>. Bulli van: and A. I>. Crime-: k.eper of wig wam, .1. Wilham May. J. Wiliiam May has been appointed great deputy -icl'iein for the state of Virginia. LOCAL BREVITIES. Clerk carrier civil aervice examma liou for Ihe Alexandria po-tollice WM held lotlay. There were fom feiuil. - and tWO n.ile applicallts. Tlie c.vauii nation waa conducted by Mr, N. B. Wilhane ?m. Marriagc licenae* were iaaued in Waahington yesterday to Benjamin C. and Paiay L. Williame, both of Alexandria; I'etijamiii A. HiXBOn, ,,r Culpeper, and [illia M. I'otts. of I oudoun coui.lv. and I.. Wash. Maj ,md Mary Repler, both of Oetletts. The -pe.ial grand jury of Alexandria county investigating policy playing and the illegal sale of Kquor in ihe oouot] he.ii.i a number of witneaaea yesterday. No indid.nta were returned, and tbe jury in the afternoon was diaeharged by Judge Thornton. Select Bofl Shell Cral.s on toast and Deviled Craba at Spinka's Cai'e, Prinee and Koval stivet-\_ Samuel Aldricb Croxer, preaident oi ?| h, ologii al Beminary, million airc manufacturer aml btndowner, died from hciri diaeaseyeaterday athisvilla atUpland, near Chester, IVtmslyvania aged eighty-flve yeara. Arden Mitcbell, 17, and I'na (ineii hold*, 16, loveri were killed by Ball.re aml Ohio freight near We-ton. w. Va., today. They had been mi*si ig -inc yeaterday. It is suppoaed they had arranged a suieide pact which was cirried out. DEATH OP BlflHOP MCVICKAR. Wm.N. McVickar, Proteatanl Rpii copal Biabop of Rhode taland, died at hi- aummer home al Beverly Cove, late yeaterday after a lingering illne-s. He had been Biabop of Rbod I-land since 1908. Biabop McVickar was born in New York October 19, 1848. He wa- gradtaated from Columbia College iti 1866,and the gen? eral Tbeologkal Beminary in 186*. He was deputy to the general conven ti>.11- of the Proteatanl Rpuconal Church from 1888 to 1898 ftio wa* president of the .Southwe-t Convooalion and member of the Iboecsan Board of of Misaiona and Board ol Manager-. of the General Miaaionary Bociety. His home was in provid 008, K. I. J, and T. Cousin's Fine Lustral Colt and Black Ruasdan Lusitania Pumps and Oxfords, Weldt and Turn's price 15.00; our price $4.00. J. A. Mar? shall <tr Rro,, 422 Kinstreet. July Fourth. 1910. Celebration, Har risonhurg. Va. Aeeouul abm eoceaslon Southern ll?il ua.v will have greatlv red U< < d tiMcet* on sale from \\'ii>uiinrfuui P. C., Alexaav drii \lu.i--a- Fronl Royal and inter inediate statloni to Harrlsonlutrg, and return. .lulv 2nd, ?'!rd and 4th, Bnal re? turn limit .t*ii! \ -stli. S].eciai train will be operated from I'roiit Rojral to HarriaonDurs;, leavlng l-'.-uu Royal <',.:;i;i. ni. Jluly Itb, Btopplng al dl polnU, arriving at Harri-mburj,' at in i. in. I. t iiii.l intorniannu call on near catagentor write I- B, Biuwu, Oeneral 7u.i Fiftoenth Btreet, nuithwejat, YVMhlngton, D. C Bargains Have four $6.00 Run-Ka*y Lawn ntowen tttadj will bvII for M . ?4..")0 each for the remaindcr of thi- week. Every part guaran? teed. Also a few "d I Hammocka thai will go for 50c each while tbey la-t R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street^ 8,h5T.aPAAvt m'i^f il "THE BUSY CORNER' ^s* Washington, D. C. SILK DRESSES $7.95 One pieee TaHet.i. Tunic i-.nii.i-.l-. I.pieee I'.llle.N Silk. I llie-pieoe Satilt 1'. III lil r. I. i .11,? pi.? silk Mew?line. Illle pieee Silk i'olljri'l'. I Mle-pieee t liau^eill.le TafloUL Worth $15 to $20 With Parasols to match For $3.98 II 1 Case Organdies large floral designs* 12 l-2c values. at 72c Yard. D. Bendheim & Sons. ?M6 KING STREET. ONF BARREL GREEN GIKGEV G,Wm. RAMSAY. For Iccd Jea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewhere G. W. RAMSAY. Cliquot Club. U. S. Club. Beaufont. Gasman's Palmer's. G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICES PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before theuilvame at lowest sumtner price-. Best 'pialiu. prompt delivei- ttom price. Phone* to. D-W. Al C< HESOJJ, luT aouth Royal avrect Je?-*-' Your Home Welcome wm be one lhat you can look for ... wItfa iiui.ii added deilght u'. upon returning all faKKeil out ti.jrourday's work, your wife can bave r.a.ly for you'a bottlc of f Theti you will most fully appre elate thisstrengtbenlng brew, ii will reBtore your eneigy, rurnlali lieeileil stlinulatlon to the tircd hodj aml put you in a fratne of mind to reapond to tbe pleaaant reception awaiting you. The u-c of Hofbrau beer in the bome apellfl good aature, good di gestion aml ?ooil sleep. L<)t us BUpply you with acase, Robert Portner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA 'Phone No. 49-B T)'i\ i mis* tUABlKG Aunt Polly Basselt's Singing Schule Beeital at young People'a Bulldlag ((ii i<??l>\. NIGHT, .11 M'. MKI at lo'eloefc. ADMISSIOX, 25c. }?".].-ctrie fan- in liall to keep you OOOi. Refreshmenta served .after eoncert city price*. _).'> ^t We guurantae you will enjoy ihe Fourth aa never hufore. if you ii-.? ? ur Staadard Ilrand Freshly Roaated Coflaf 38a a pound. For graal ataaaajth, delicious ftaror aml Binoolhaaaa it baa oo o<tiial I'lea-e ii..i.i the sptxdai cut prlcss SUGAR 5c POUND | with proviaiona) Best Elgin Butter 32c Hawaiian Pineapple . 2 cana 25c Chcrriea.2 cana 25c Asparafua Tipa. 2 tall cans 25c . . aquare can 19c Laundry Starch . . 7 Iba. 25c A ftf P Waahintf Pow der . . ? ? 2 1-lb plu. 7c Old Dutcb Cleanter . 3 cana 25c The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 525 KING STREET. <itv Phone 171 Bell I'hone 277 s/OK HKXT. 13 8 Queen, 6 ro<*o?. water. $12.00 IV, North Payne.?; rooma, water.. 810.00 107 North West. *i roonisand bath, new house..s. $15.00 >V. H, Paid., Hueen an i Payne: i 50 Swan Bros. DO NOT FORGET OUR REMNANT DAY. One navy blue taffeta silk muat, tan due, rem? iiiint price, Thuraday. f'J.'.'s One brown Hesaaline wai.-t. aiae 8S,$6.60 valuc, remnant price, Thuraday... $3.49 Four im i<il>!" racing i ora t- 11 2:,. 24 aml 88, 12.60 value remiiaiit price, pair.. $1.4it \\'e will pla.e 011 sale Thursday all of OUT fOO EL aml <>. cor - to elose remnant price, pair . 400 Twenty ladies' white linen linish skirts, $1.60 viiiue. remnant price, Thuraday, each-. $1.15 500 yar.ls embroldery msertion 10 and 12%c value, leiiitiitm price, yard... 7c Twenty pteoaj wi.l. , uibnii.lery ilisertion, ?_'."). ;>."> aml 6O0 value leinnaiil price yanl . 17c Ten ptcccs l'.ic ciis.i coverem broidery, aeventeerj inchea wide reiiiiiiint price yard-.. 17c One pieee white nei (or waiata, forty two inchea wide, 60c ralue, remnanl price yard. Twenty pieee- wide limn Tor ehoa ln e, 6 aml 8c ralue, remnanl price yard-... 4%c One lot all over lace for fyokea aud ilie-ses, .".i? aml 60c ralue, remnanl price yard. 86c We Will have oil s,||e Tlmrsiliiv twanty pieces dreaa crepe in plain colors, !". aml 1'.?c v:ilue, remnanl price yard . 8c One aaaorted lot Mercerized dreaa favbrica, plain colora, S!6c value, remnanl price. yanl. lv Ten pieee- whlte M;i. h ;i< ;tll. I lllin white check goods, for waiata aml dresses, 20c ralue, rem nant priceyard. 16c 12.60 yar.ls wbite check mualin in short leugths, 10c value, remnanl p*Koeyard. 7%c. one pi.ee tan stair linen aiataea inclies wide, 26c ralue, renl miut price yard.. 15c Ten pieces eilk cbiffon and batiate m plain COlora aml with dol 26c ralue, remnanl price, yard 16c Four piecea crinkeled aeeraucker f..r ilie-ses, pink. blue aml graji stripe 12%c ralue, rem nant price yanl,. 9;... Fifleell pieces plaill ilinl slripe linen linish foi boj -' suits aml ladiea' skirts and dreaw - 1J'.. and 16c value, remnanl price yanl. I0c Three piecea black and white slupherils plaid dreaa goods, 16c Value, remnanl price, yanl lle Two hundred yanl- beai percale, one yard wide, 12 \ ralue, remnanl price yard. BtjC DBY t.Dfi $1.00 48-inch Ramie Linen Suitine 59c pieces of I'Ati.i Quality Bamie Linen?tbe kiml al llii* time in de iiiiiml for iw'.pie.e suit-. Afi, Tbe colors are lighl l.lue. .lark _reeii.eaiiary, champagne, gray, copenhageu, terra eotto, brown. raspberry, wistaria, re seda. mull.cn j. leather, apricot, tan, navy. aml black. This is the greatesl of all linen bargains. Thinb of buying a $1.00 quality for almoet balf price Thi- lot only, while it lasts, at, yard 59c UNSBURGH S HO. 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON, D. C. PROP08AD9 Pri posala will be re ceived al il.H-f' Ity Engineer imtll 12 o'cloek i.n. July 2nd, 1?10, for eertaln palntlngal theCoIumbia Englne House. Particulan ean be bad at the <'ity Engineer'a ofrlce. c. II. MARAHALL Chalrman Committee Public Property. je_i l.l PPi ipi e- \ LS. Proposala a ili be re? ceived until 12 o'clock noon, v\ ..I Desdaj . . 1111 v 18th, 1910, ari the oflJI.f the City Engli.r for the grading, ero bavakment, ihe rurnishing ofall materla) and oonstruction of a broken Btone road oa Washington streel from IVytbe streel to the Waahington road and on the Waahington road to the corporation line. pi.iii- and ipeclflcationH can be aeen at the City Engineer'B omee. Tho riyht i- reaenred te rejeet any :ind all propi ___ i - l K LDBEATER, Chairmaa Committee <>n Btreeta, je_D td_ NOTICE. The iitnlersipic.l havin?' qualil tzecutria and executor of tne uurtwlll Of I'KANK 8. HARPKR, deei tiotiee ia hereby given toall partieawbo are imlehti d to tne above eatate to settle tbeaamewitb the uadersigned, sndall partles having elaiui- a;:iiii-t the -iii'l eatate t<> preaent the aame dulj eerttfled for payaaeni M. M If \i:i'l R Exeeutrix. R M. OU \H V.M, i secutor. CortiiT of King and t rdon al i JeSB lOt_ T HE FIWsT NATIONAL BANK. I .n.lri.i. Va. June 29th. 1010. At a regular meeting of the Board oi Directors h.ld thi- daj . the regu?raeJni annual dlvidend of Bve per cenl waa declared, payableon or after July lat QEtt _ WARFIELD,Caahler. jei? M_ ANTEI).?A neat white UIULtooo a little eookrag In oamp, and axsist in i.r.am .ai.l.-n :it night. Etours from 9 to n p.m, _ddres?s Mra. Thometta, Luna Park. Alexainlria eOalB tv. Va. jatmn - _ B BElfT.- A Hva room HOI SE tt a">.o>) p.-r month. Apply to (aJO ?jyuth Fairfax Suotft. Jeio ? DRYGOOliS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS China and Japanese Matting at Mutch Less Than Usual. I'aUerns and colorings are new and desirable, and the ipialities are such :W we can sell with satisfaction and eonfidenci.mattthfl of reiiatice. A rare opportunity for saving materially 00 B very iniportant item of sum nier furnishings. irp l)oub|e-dyed Fine Japanese Matting: rich and attractive. Special price, 25c yard, by the roll. Value, 85c 150-warp Double-dyed Bingo Matting. Special priee, 20c yard, by the roll. Value, 30c. 100-pound Lintan Palmed Matting. Special price, 25c yard, by the roll. Value, 40c. '.lO-pound Lintan Palmed Matting. Special price, 22 l-2c yard. by the roll. Value, SOc rXr*non*ad Palmed SeanUes* Matting. Special priee, 900 yard, by the roll. Value, tfJC TOpound Seamles-s Matting, good quality. Special pride, 17 l-Bc yard, by the roll. Value, 22 |*f . Fourth tloor?Q 9t. Improved Westinghouse Electric Stoves and Irons. Are compact, high-powered heat generator- that afford iplendid service and are dependable at all times. Convenieiit, too, for trav.l. vTeartinghouae Bectric Stoves. 12.76 and up. \\'esliii?hoilse Klectric Irons, *4.">l> and up. Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car Rernetnber we. your own town people. siaiidjliaek orilie cir- we sell. rnadtittS all adjuatmenta aml tooklag after tbe car* generally for an indeflnlte period ol tlme. I'.e-ides in an ?Overlaud " vou ,'ci -iini>iicity'.,duiil>iliiy. eomfoti aud tbe nuist popuiarear in tbe world. I'hoiie u- and lot u* ah iwjyou thi* maaierpleee Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street MITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTi^ 5 of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 Officers E'Vward L. Daintferfield. Preaident Carroll Pierce. Vice President Richard M. Green. Cashier J. C. Smoot Worth Hulnsh M. A. Ahern Directors Edward L. Daingerfield Jas W. Rorerts Carroll Parcc Urban S. L mbert KKSOCRCKS. I.oans. C. S. Bonds to seeure olreulatlon. ltoiids to seeure U. B. Depoalt. Other Bonda aud Btoeka. Ilanking House and Real Kstnte. Casli.4S,;tOS.i"> Due from Kanksaml Re Berve A;,'ents.i:U,979.3*5 fAnjBmUM KiO.000.00 1,000.00 6647400 BB BBCJ9 U6VHTJI 81,OtX,l44.4S i.lAltlldTlKS. ranltal . fMOjOOOM Surpliw".. I....UM,.. L'ndivided ProHt*. ^...t.:' Circulation. WJ.W0.I 0 Deposits. TI i g, Depoalt. 1,000.00 sl.m.s.lH.ls r?i '???. ?? _u im iixiiiiiiiiiTTiiiiiiiJLi^iiiiiniiiiiiinJxigih. N OTM'K TO OAS CONSUMERS. (Jashiiis for uie quarter ending June 1. iBio, having been delivered, tb&la to notlfyall consumers that a discountof 30 cents per 1.000 feet will he allowed <.u all bills paid on or before July 1. I'.Mii. After thal datc no diSOOUSt will he al? lowed and delinquents will he required to make early settleinent Hy order of the < ommittee on Light. .1. it WALLER, je Jl-td Clerk of < Jas. Gold Tie Clasps $1.50 Silver Tie Clasps 75c Engraving Included R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jowelers and Silveramiths. Weights and Measures. During tho ucxt few days I will be in mv offlee in the Fairfex street wlng of the City Hall, from 7a.m. toI2m.. for the purpoae of teating welghtaand meat* iir.v. luiring the latter part ofthe month I will make my anuual round* for the purpose of inspeotlng weightsand meaa urex in nse la the city. L. D. LYLES, Market Maater. jeJI lw WAN;TKD?(?E\TLEMKN for room aml luiard. or for tablc board only. H I l liimsiiy, 017 Cameron street. jelt'lm* KOK KKNTCHKAP. A niee nine room IJol'SK. iKirtly furnisheil with flrst CataBB furnitUTe: ail modern Improvemeata'aycaaja eoupls with no chiiilreu pretarred. Raaansnee given and rewtireo, For particulars ap? ply to (l.rk No. 11. Bernheimers atore, So. aooKlng street, betwesai 7 aud 12 a. m. or I aad f, p. ni. Kemembcr this is :? bargain to tha ri^ht t>arty. jCT7 lw Hara Craba. Soft Craba. Deviled Craba and Crab Salad At JACOB BRILL'H RESTAURANT foot of King Street Open uoWl W p. u?. __ 9ftJ *m No, you guesaed wrong. It's not the woman but Ii'.- the works in the aratca the tncchalil-Ill that lell- \oll when it's morning, noon or night. How about your watch Dofj H keep correct time? If not, let us Iii your c**M with new works? standard makes at lowest pri. SAUNDERS 8 SON, 629 King Street. WATCH INSPECTORS FOR SOUTHERN RAILWAY. WANTED. (rsToMKKSfor 30 Iba B] CKC! Ptr TER reeeived every w. ek. and m will guarantee thi* butter to gfve satlH laetioll. We also keep COOking lllltt T II. Al-o eoiinirv ntore liutterall the tlme Kr.-sli Country Ktrgeibe oot doz.. Ppring Chleken*, 23e Ib., Baking Chieken- De Ib. A. G. THOMAS !>I9 KiiigSlrcvt.