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For $3.98 large flora* designs; 12 l-2c values, at 71c Yard. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. rci______W^^^^^^^^&s<&f> 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. pr j Don't Try Our Jewelry on for it will look so pretty you will hate to take it off. Kvcry ring, brooch, pin. locket, etc., ia a work of arl ao far as deangn and arorkmarjship are concerned. aa we guarantee the quality all jrosj have to il?. is tO 1'ick out the ar ti.le you admire moat, having perfect confldence in the reliahil itv ..f your cboioe. This is a "safe" jewelry store to buy in. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAI/STREET. BELL PHONE 341. W_ -**% FOR RENT ,n, 8 i .in- and 527 N. Alfred, 8 rooms.$10.50 . 219 Wolfe, 6 rooms. 10.50 !118 Pririre, 7 room ind bath... 20.00 327 _. Patrick, 8 roomi. ^.<MI 816 8 i'. . and bath 15.00 234 N. Pitt, 4 rooms. 611 Wolfe, 6 rooms. 18.00 328 Commerce, 6 rooms. 6.50 280 N Pitt, -l rooms. 1 LOO HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. THOS. W. ROBIMSON ATLAS CpORTLANd T2 CemenT MakesTheBestConcrete For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, Ai.l XAXDRIA. VA. g,e?lers ta Oen > nt, l due. Halr. * ateined Ptaster, W all Plaster. TernK'otta Sewer Pipe and Flue Llnlng, Flre BrlcltsJFire (lav.de. PPOP08AL8. Propoaala will be rl- ? ccived until 12 o'clock n....n. \\V I oowlay. July 13th, UUO. at tho oflice of Ihe C'ity Kngineor for the grading, em l.ankin'oiit. U.e rurniablnK ofall material and eonxtructlon of ?> brokcn atone road ou \\ aahlngton street from Wytbe atreet i<. ibe Washington road and on the Washington road totbe corporatlon line. Plaus and ajiecilicaUona can beaeenal tbe ( i;\ Englncer'a oflice. The fighl is ic-ctve.l to rojc-t an> and all proi : EADBE *TER, ( hairtuan < ..nuniltce on Streots. Je20 td WAN'I ED. A good WHITE MAN lor tbe atable at Ravensworth. WtU* t? Mra. l.l K Burke, Yirgiuia. marll u , General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke & Herbert Bldf. The rx>napaaotes reureeentad la tins otv.ee have aaaals <>f orer sioo.ooo.uoo. Arnong otbers are: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. L<vcrpool & London & Globe. vttna Insurance Co. Northcrn Assurance Co. Sprinffneld Fire 6? Marine. Proinjit attention given to adjustment^ ofloseesandall mattcrs conneetedwlv insurauee. i ^l^i&tta Gkazrttt. rillltSDAY KVKNIN'.. JUKTf ? Goinf Round the World. Io sallliiK around the world east arard the dajra are each a iittle less thp.n twenty-four bours, according to the speed <>! ll?e shlp. as the suo ls met a Iittle earlier every morning. These llttle differeix es added together will aiuouut to twenty-four boura. This gives tbe sallms au extra day? not ln luinginatlon, hut as an actual facL They will bave done ao extra day's work, eaten au exira day's ratlon of food ar.d Imbibed an extra day's al lowance of grog. On the other band. In salllng westr ward the sun ls overtakeu a llttle each day. and so each day ls rather looger than twenty-four hotirs, and clocks and watcbes are found to be too fast This also will amount iu saillng around the world to tbe point of dcparture to one whole day by wblcb the reckonlng has fallen ln nrrears. The eastern bound shlp. then. has galned a day. and the western bound shlp has lost one. This strangc fuct, clearly work ed out, leads to the apparent paradox that the first oamed shlp has a galn of two whole days over the latter. If we auppose them to bave departed from port aod retunied Bfjgethcr.-Philadel phla Record. Modern Gold Mining. TJp untll about 1S50 only placer or Burfaee gold was mlned-that ls, freo gold, deposltcd In the beds of streams, ln saods and ln tho crevlces of roeks. Placer rainlng. malnly In new and re mote regions, stlil furnlsbes a tnaterlal though not a large percentage of the world's output. Formerly the alluvlal gold was separated from tbe s:mi<1s and gravels coutainlng It by sraablOg them ln pans, cradles. rockera and slulces. Iu 1852 the hydraulie method was first employed ln Callfornla. By this means a "Rlnnt" streaiu of water turued against tbe slde of n monntain washes everything before It. The gold Bottles to the bottom of the tuunel or slulce through which the gravel, sand nnd water tiow. In 1889 dredges or exenvntors were first used In Austra lia. Today steam and oleetrie dredges produee a considerable portlon of the world's output.-Byron W. Uolt In Ev erybody's. Why Boiled Water Freeres Easily. Water which Is hot of course cannot freeze untl! It has parted svlth Its heat, but water thal has been boiled will, other thlngs belng equal. freeze sooner thau water which bas not been boiled. V sllght dlsturbance of water di-; tt to freeze more rapidly. and this ls the cause which nccelerates the freez Ing of boiled water. The water tbat has been boiled bas lost the air natu rally tontalued in lt. which on ex posure to the ntmosphere it beglns agaln to attract and absorb. During this process of nbsorptlon a motlon ls necessarlly produced among Its partl cles. slight certaluly and imperceptl ble. yet probably sufflcient to aecel erato Its congelatlon. ln unbolled wa? ter this dlsturbance does not cxist. Indeed. water when kept perfectly stlil can be reduced several degrees below the freezlng point without Its becom lug lee. Gardens ln the Ice. A glaeler when lt dislodges itself and salls away over the Arctk ot ean never travels alone. In the wake of every large one floats a llne of slmilar com panlons. The Esklmos call this phe nomenon "the duck and ducklings," and any ono who has watcbed the progress of the wlld duck followed by her brood will appreciatc the nptitnde of tbe name. Strauge as lt may seem. plants grow and blossom upoo these great Ice mountalns. When a glacier ls at rest moss attaches Itself to lt. protectlng the ice beneath. just ns sawdust does. After a time the moss decays and forms a BOtL ln which the seeds of buttercups and dandellons. brought by the wind. take root and flourish. Those who have travelcd much In arctlc lands say the |K>ppy does not bloora during the brlcf nortb ern summer. A Bismarck Incident. It used to be tbe privilefre of Aus tria's representative :it any eonference of representiitives of the (Jerman states to smoke. Ihe otbers refr:i This was supposcd to 1k? an aeknosvi edsmeiKof Austrla'ssupremacy A( the Orst cOL>rence (ba! Histnarck nttcml ed as I russla'fl represe.tire ha be gnn to nuff smoke ncrosn the conl'er ence table as soon as tbe Austrlan dlp lotnat 1. Jp. Tbat set everybody DrCfr ent to rrooklog on rqual lerms. and Austria's supremacy got a blow. A Timely Waming. "Your dog seems a very intelligent anlmal." remarked an inexperienced sportsman io a gameueei ei "Vessir." was tlie ready res|>onse. "Wondorful Intelligent 'e is! Yes. t'otber day 'e blt a gent as only give me a 'arf sovcrelgn after a day's shoot!"?Ix>ndon Scraps. Her Dear Friend. Susie?Now. when I'm nsked to slng I never say. "Oh. I can't!" I aiways slt down at the piano- Jennle?Aud let tbe audience f-ud It out for thetn selves??Iilustrated Bits. The First Step. Toung Woman (before milliner's wlndow, to her inn id>-Thal hat is per? fectly lovely. I nroet have It. Marle. be sure to renilnd me to kiss my bu? baod when 1 get liome. Quickly Subdued. Von Blunier (roaring with rngei Who told you to put papat oa the araltl Decorator? Your wife. sir. Von Ulu mer-Pretry. Isn't it? Looks like ever'thlng in Ihe world comes right if we Jes' wait long eno'J?b ?Mre. Wigg* The world's most auooeaahd medi cine for lx>wel oomptefarta is Chamber lains Colir. Cholera and Iharrlio.a Eeniedy. It ha< reiieved BBOrc pain and suffering, aad BBTed BBOta than any otber niedieine in use. In valuable for children and adult-s. Sold fffffff)Y. F. Crcightou and Richard Oib You Can Have a Modc! Kitehen as cool and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke, no heat, no dust. No old-fashiohed contrivances. The TVew P. r/ectioit HT*^_Tr3r**_?TT^raraaawa ?I Wi\._3Lj_???B ?il Cbok-stove is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitehen, Eoils, bakes, or roasts bctter than any range. Ready in a second. Extinguishedinasecond. Fittcd with Cabinet Top, with collapsible rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date featnre imaginable. You want it, be? cauae it will cook any dinner and not heat tho room. No heat, no smell, no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashea to carry out. It doea away with tho drudgery of cooking, and makea it a pleasuro. Women with the light touch for paatry cspecially appreciaro it, be? cauae they can immediately have a quick fire, simply by turning a handle. - No half-hour preparation. It not only is leas troublo than coal, but it costs less. Absolutely no smell, no smoke; and it doesn't heat tho kitehen. The nickel flnlsh, with the turquoise blue of tho enamoled cbimneya, makea the 8tove ornamental and attraotive. Made with 1, 3 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere; if not at youra, wrlte (or Deacrtptive Clrcular to tha neareat agency ofthe m_j nattie-K.---. reada Naw Perfectlon." Standard Oil Company (Iacorperated) The Simple Diet. There ls a eertain banker acd br<>:.' i dolng busliiess not a bundred mUc from tbe bank, says ? I.ondon weefcly, whose bealtb for some tline bas not been all that be could desire. Not long nt,'" be was complalnlng to bls brother, wben (be Intter after a care ful surve.v of hls brother's counte nance aaid: "What you need, old man, ls plain country food. Como to my place Id the country nnd we'll soon set you up This ricb food is provlug too mucb for you. Take breakfast, for instance. All I have ls two cups of coffee. a bfl of stenk with a b.nked potato. some light mufflns or n stack of buttcr.d toast. toijether with a blt of water cress or lettuce. What do you have?" Eor a moment tbe city banker gazed ln hearty ailinirallon nt his brother. "A cup of bet wnter nnd two sllces of dry toast," he replled soberly. "I'.ut, Jim. If you tblnk a simple diet like yours will 'sot me op,' wby, I'm per fectly wllllng to try lt." Tho Sto-y of "Hard Hit." "Mr. Orehardson. If I thought that by KflttOg you I could palnt n picture like yours I would stnb you to the beart." Sucb was the remnrk made by Feflegrtol, tho ramona carlcatortat to the Royal acndemlclan, Sir William Orehardson. when at a prlvnto view he flrel aaw "Hard IIIt." tbe picture of the ruiiied gambler. "It was," said the nrtlst. "Ihe great eet rotnplimont I could hrr/e Ircl." Curiotisly enoagb. tbe model wbo snt for tbe ruined gameater was rather fond "f rarda !f. One day tlie artlst notieed that he tooked eoceewbat depn "What is the inatter?" he usked. "1 was awfnlly bard hit laat nlght." be anewered "l'-y .fovo." replled the artlst. juniping up witn dellght, "I've Rot it at last: 'Hard HU." or rooree." And that is how the picture got Its name. 8ix Follies of Scionco. The slx follic- Of acieora are tlie squaring of Ihe circle. perpetual mo tion. ihe pbIlosopber*a stone. the ellxlr of lifo. maglc aod aatrotogy. In all Bgea men of ntidntibted ability have toilcd early and late to unravel tho myaterlea auppoaed to be eonnect? cd with tbeae fa -< loatlog probleam it ls n< t alwaya reniombered thal such Intcllectual gltinta aa Raeoo, sir Roh ert Boyle aod sir lanac Nawton sousbt th.. pblloaopher'a rtone. ln the atadr of aatrotogy Mlly aa for a time eren peoaloned by parllameBt, ifonod lo direct beoeflta upoa evteoce. for in aaeklng one tblng their derotaea dls covered many BDOtber. The cr./ the seret. or BoknqwEB. haa atfll its bold upon nion aud is aeefl in palmls try nml kindrcd cults. To Take No Cbances. Ilnui'ar-Why ln Ihe dtckMM have you got that s!riii^ lied nrouud your' toothV Ab-eiite-To reinind me that 1 must bave the tooth removod. iiauiiar -I'.in. goodoeaa gracJMa, why don't you de aa ordinary people and have ibe atiing tled aratfoa your tln gcr? Absente istlfllyi?Beciiusc. sir, I don t care to hare niy Boger remored.?Cbi? cago K< Mistaka of a Comma. This Instance of what n inlstakc of a comma can produce has been notlced: "Lord Palmerston then entered upon hls head. a white hat upon bls feet. lnrge but well pollshed boots upon hls brow. a dark cloud in hls hand. hls faithful walklug stick In his eye. a dark menadng glarc saying nothing." ?Circle afagaaraa. Quite So. "There aeenis to be a stmnge nflln ity between a darfcy and a cbickcn." "Naturally One Is doscended from Ham aod the other from eggs."? Housekct 'per. Eaay. ?Phe's inado a fool of that young fcl !o\v." ??Well. sbc dlda'l bare W ocmomlze on tbe mw mnierial."- Ihilii more Amer? ican Good Will. Have good wtll lo all that lives. lot tlng unkindnes- Ue, .md . wrath. so th.it yourtlives be mad. eoft al - byV-TAghi of A Generally Haa Vhat Effect. She? I wonder why Votbuselah ttwed to sucb b great old u? He -I'erhaps aome young woman nmrrfed him for bla moaey.?Boaton Tragscript WHAT'S the reason the trade of Al? exandria is alway's growing IN the surrounding country? Because the merchants sell straight goods, and A customer once gotten is casy to hold. When the consumer wants aflavoring extract and remembering the NAME Leadbeater's, the order goes to Alexandria, and indi rectly helps the whole town, Establiahed 1792 Special for 10 Days i ieus, Oeranlumo, Jfaa turtium-. Asters, 4c., In -mall ;ir>c per eeeea. Assortmentof larger plant-. tOetoOOc-peralosen. Garden Koaebushca, i fcr tr,r. The Kramer Floral Co., These prieea onlj al gnx obi WANTED. i i 8TOMER8 for 60 ii.-. BLUEGRASS in i'ii i: n ? ?< r..d every week, Bnd wt will guarantcc this butter to give aati* laction We also keep cook ing butter atloelb. Alsoooiintry atorr butter all tbe time. Freah Country Kggt'Ho per oo/.. spring CblekcBS, -> H>.. Baking Chickens20c H>. A. G. THOMAS ''!:> K in;,' Stieel. j. .7 tf Don't Take Any Chances With Mosquitoes This Summer. Fight Them With SKITO-GO 10c bottle. TAYLOR'S "PHARMACY, 616 King Street. at 4:30 p. m.. except Saturdays. at H.BIoch's, 615 KingSt. j.Oi lm LET US SHOW YOU Our finc tfrades of paper and envclopcs in boxes and by the pound. You will be dclighted both in its quality and price. S.F.Dysonot Bro. Book Sellers & Stationers, 508 King Street. NOTICE Havlng qualifled asadmia i-tnitrix: of tbe IIN'OK JACKSON. :dl peraona havlng biOs ;tre uotifietl to |,n promptly to me for payment, and are notified to make settlementat once LUCINDA I'RlOR.adm'x. iel lOt BAILBOADB Southern Railway. Trains leave Inion Stattott, Alexandria. InefleetJune 13, OW. N. B. rollowing achednle flgurea pub llahedonlyaa Inrormatlon, and are not guacuiaeed. 7:17 A. M. l'aily local between Wash Ingtou aad DauvUttN Ijfl A. M. Daily- I.o.al for Ilarrison lmr^r and wa\ atations. !.:I7 A. M." l'aily U. S Past Mail. sioj.sonlv forpaaaengereterpolntaaouth at wbieb "sebediiled to s'.op. First ehUH coachea; sleeping cars to Blrmtngbam anddrawlng room aleeptngeara to New Orleana Dining oar aerviee. ii:i7A..M. Daily Mail train. Ooachea for Manaaaaa.CharfotteavilleXiynchburg, Danville and Qrecnsboro Bleeplng eara G reenaboro 1" \tlania. 1:17 P. M. Week daya- Loeal for War renton and Harriaonburg. 132 P. M. l'aily Birmineham apec? ial. Sleeping cara between ?ew York. Augusta. Aikea and Jaokaonvtlle. Sleeper to Blrmlngham, Tbrougb ftratj elaaa coaohea betweea Waahlngton and Jacksonvllle. Dihlng car aervice. Tour* |?l to < alifornia four tim.s wc.-kly. :>?:,-: P. M- Week deye?Loeal for liar risonburgand tray stations <.n Manaaaaa brancb. Pullman l.uiTet parloroar. ".:U P. M. -Haily - I.oeal for Wanvn ton and Charlotteaville. 10:27 r. M. Daily?Washington and Chattanooga Limited ivia Lyncbburg). Flrst-class coaeh and sleeping cara to Roanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to Now (irleatis. Washington to Roanoke, Dining car aenrlee. HjOQ P. M. I?ai!\ New Vork. Atlanta and New oil.aiis I.imite-I. All l'nllnian train. club and ubsorvation cars to \. w Orleana Sleeping .-ars to Aabeville, Atlanta. Maeon and New Orleana Sleep? ing .-ars toCharlotte. Dining oar aenrlee. IrJT A. M. I>:.ilv Meinpliis spocial. Sleeping cara and ooachea tor Roanoke. Knoxville, Kashville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Dining car lervloe. Waah? lngton Bleeplng eara open lOsOO P. m Through rialns from -tbe aouth airlve at Alexandria 6dSand 6:28 and 1023 a. m. 2:13, 728, 10:13and 11:58 P. M. daily, Har? riaonburg 1138 A. M. week days and 9:13 P M daily. From (barlottosvillc !?rjs A M. THAINs ON BLUEMONT B-tANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. d tt Btation] week daya at 923 A. M..l:lo. 428, end 5;15 P. M". lor Bluemont: 6_6 P. M. week day r for Leeaburg; 5:16 P. M. daily for Bluemont and 902 and 922 A. M.. local. and 902 A. M". Ltd on Bitndaye only for ItlU.llllOllt. Pordetailed nhedule Bgnree, tlcketa Pullman resor\?alion. elc.. apply to WII.I.IAM O. LEHEW. inion Tieki-t Agent, Alexandria, Va, E. II. CTj \ I'M.w. General Managor. s. il. HARDWICK, Paaa. TraC Mgr. II. P. CARY, Oeneral Passenger Agent. i. 8. BROWN, Oenerrl Agent, Washington, I>. ('. Washington, Alexandria ?? Mt. Vernon Railway. th elleet May 1. 1910. i.i:\vi: ai.i:\am.iua. For Waahlngton, lrom eomer Prlnce and Roval streeta, week days. at 540, r. ii". 0 29, 8 30, 0 ln. 666, 7 06, 7 15, 730, 7 10, 7 150, s oo, s 15, s 25, s 35, s j_?, Q (o, 9 30, 9 60, 10 10, 1030, 1050, 11 .o. 1! 25. Ii 30, 11 50 a. in 12 l". 1235, 1230, 1350, 1 10, 1 25, I 30 I 80, 2 10, 2 25, -1 30, 2 80, 3 06, 3 25, 3 35, 3 50, 1 10, I 25, I 30, I l<>. I 55. ?". 10, 5 ?.'?'.. ? 36, 5 50, 605, 6 20,6 30,645, 700, 7 15, 725, 800, 830, 900, 9 30, 1000, M:m. 11 in and II 66 |>. m Sundaya?700, 735, B10, 830, 840, 900. 9 20, 9 K), 1000, lo.'o. 10 10, II 00, 11 39 and 11 ?fl, m., 1200 in.. 1320, 12 ?, 1 00, : 20, I lo. 200, 2 30, 2 !o. 3 00,:: 20, 3 lo. 1 00, l 20, 140,500,620,5 10,600,620,6 I". 700, 7 20. 7 io. 800, - ;". 1000, 1030and II 10 p. ui. Folt MOfNT VKRXoN. Leave Alexandria for Moiint Vemou Week (Im\s.:i1 546, 666, 7.">?'>. s.M, 10 25, II 25.8. ni.. 1235, 1 25, 2 25, S? 1 H>, 635, 6 30, 7 :'-".? s 50, '?> 60, b? 60 and II 60 p. ni. Sundaya -700, *'?>'. 930, 1030, Il 30 a m.. 1239, 1 30,230,330, 130,630,630, 730, s icand lo 16 |> in. Washington Southern Ry. Sebedule In eflect May 16, 1910. 'I'rain- l-'ave I nion Station t'or Wash? ington aml pointS norib at 7 13 S23and ?32a. m., 1201, 280, 307, B ISaad II Isl p. m., daily. l'er Predertoksburg, Ricbmond and points aouth al 137,7 63 (local) and 1022 a. in.. 13 16, 122, .">17 (Ioeal)7_ and 967 p, in. Aeoommodation for Pred^rickaburgat 11 28 a. ii) - - daily. <)n week days tbis train runa through t<> Milford. \'..i t:: 'I'imc? ol'arrival.sanddepartures and eonnections not guarantecd W. P. TAYLOR, TraAe Mauager. Ricbmond, \'a. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prinea and Oommeree Streeta. WHOLESALE fc? RETAILGROCERS and ilcalcrs in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produoe received daily. Oui atock of i'lain and Fancy Oroceriea i m brai es everythlng to be bad ln this line. We hold largely In UnltedStatea bond ...I ararehouaeandearry in atoek rarioua brands of the beat PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made Have also ln atore superiorgrade i of Poreign and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. fifc Setie-Mitfcm Guaranteed aa lo PHeeand Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E Corner Oamerea and Royal Btreeta WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commiaaion Merchant* and dealei ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. > H:i\e oa hand Olbaon's XX, XXX, XXXX and PureOW Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram Wbiaklea; alao Baker'a and 'i bompaen's Pure Rye Wbiaklea, to wbi.h tbey invit" tbe attention of tho trade. Or.lors from tbe country for men-lian ilise siiaii recelve prompt attention. i onaignmenta of Plour, iJrain and Country Produoe aollelted, rbr wiu.b ti,e> guaranteethebighi st marketpricea and prompt roturns For the Fourth* Social evetits aml picnios will tind thal QUALITY rCI CKKA.M tbe farilicst. becauae <>f its goaran* t...| purity. Bpecial pricea on large Ojnantitiea, aii Mail orderawill be prompt ly lilled. W-Okaak ahd rctail. H* BlOCn Both Phones! Culneper Hqrae xhow. C'ul|?eper, Va., Jah 1-5. 1910. ittnt tbe above oei-asion. Soiitli.rn Railway will sell redueed fare round trip tiekeUJuly3rd,4th aiid.'.th. 19?, from all stations between Waahlngton, Blue mont, Harriaonburg, Front Royal, U'ar renton and Lyncbburg, Hnal return limil July 6th. r..r beneflt <>f patrona aUenalng above ? ii .-i.hil trains will l.e operated l.otwe. n Culpeperand abow grounda be ginningat9_0a.n_ July 4th and everj hour(approxlmately) tnereafter until*; p in . Inclusive. on the 4th and 6th. l'ord.tailed infonnation eall on noare.it agent or write La 8. Brown, Oenl Agt, :b st, N. W., Waahlngton, n. c_ . I.cater's guarantoco < ln ri . > dv to cure cougha Wedon'tsayi or vour moriev back, iM-cause there b ' no n'eed. It curee: _5o botUo. 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 orr* in separate alcoves, large open fire place, hardwoodfinishing. Beau tiful Dining Room?triple casement win dow, beautiful outlook, separate butler's and cold storage pantry. Large kitehen, 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.LSLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. Virginia Saf e Deposit &TrustCorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. M.OO0.000. Paid in Capital. ?300.000. DIRECTORS C. J. Rixey.John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader, Gcortfc S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustec. Issue Fidelity. Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Intcreat paid on Savings Accounts. We aolicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora tions. Firms and Individuals. and promise liberal treatment conaistent with sound banking methods. For Rent 612 King Street. Fine store room. $37.50 319 King street. Large store room. $25.00 301 Cameron street. Store and dwclling. $25.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. $20.00 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. $18.00 1011 Duke street. 7 room brick. $15.00 For Rent 427 King Street. Second floor office rooms. $15.00 street, hird floor o $1400 e street. room tra.Tit $14.00 ice street, room brick. $12.00 Henry str room fram $7.00 Patrick st ?00m fram $.700 427 King street, Third floor office rooms. 1923 Duke street. 6 room frame and bath. 1101 Princc street. 7 room brick. 312 south Henry street. 6 room frame. 621 south Patrick street. 5 room frame. Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS LUNA PARK NOW OPEN NewJShows New Rides | Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen_ Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics . i,l[Jm r..*.*VHITIN<.. NAKACaU our i:?l<> aumrner j.n. es on .\i,tliniile('o:il beeiii.ie elVeetive ?Moiid:i\ . kfaj -'? h" illiX dealre to n" osu-taade the bett raloea that aaa be bad, aad are - arm> estly Botlcil the ordera ofour Meadsaud eustoroer* W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC. Kk'mlm^iKgiiJii:.:. I "!"??' ?m.i:. s ?-- kis".. mxi i.r If you Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?fhe Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try aome of our fine Imported Wines ind .(J.n. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streets. Both Phones. PARK AGNEW. Proprietor. The Bromitaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Frontand Building Sand WORKS: Hunting Creek. Telephone 107. Phone JM. <,reeii:mii-e^ B, l';ilinKS:. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $ 1.00 per dozen. Funeral work prompt 1> Mtlemled to. I)c liver.d to-.di parts ofthe eltj 3ATWJ A< 1105 <-l AUANTKKh febffitf Pure i MfDLANO BIITE Fresh from the churn to you. For years Midland Butter has been rccognizcd as the beat that comes to Alexandria. Special deliv ery every Friday. Call. phone, or write. St. Asaph and.Oronoco Street*.