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Magazine and Using McCall Pattens
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McCall Patterai will > nahleyou to make In your
own bon* :?ii?i?.' fur
yourself and rUildren wblcb ?rill be perffcet
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THE itCALl. C0?f ASY. ?39 h 2>S K?t 376 S?.. r-?W YORK
Norfolk and Washington
?? ? tv i!,iy in the J tar for Pori
?? pori \???.?< and
Munii, via superb, powerful ateel .1.1 o
Leave Washington, 6.45 p. m.
I. ?\.- Alexandria f.OO p, in.
Arrive lt. Monroe? 7.00a. ih.
\ rive Norfolk 8.00 a. m.
Arrive Portsmouth v??>) a? m.
?.. ?\? Portsmouth 5.00 p. m.
irfoik 6.00 p. m.
Leave PI Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 0 :>> a. m.
A ? rive Washington 7.00 a tir.
Through ? onnections made at Norfolk
with steam e re of the old Dominion
Sit < -.? ?? ? -l : i j > Company f"? New York and
'iati'-' and Mimi?'-. Sttatnships fi?r
General Tleket Office. 730 lath St.N.W.
1!.I Building, Washingtra, D. C.
Phone Main i.'.J >.
E eventh streel wharf. Phone Main 3760.
Alexandria wharf foot <>G Prince street,
\\\ II CALLAHAN,
apri lyr General l'amender Agent
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
SPUING m II!.l'I I !
Steamer? ol thi> line leave Alexandria
on ami after May 15, 1910,
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
NATURD \ ? al ?30 p. m.
POH BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
I sr VL HIVEH LANDINGS.
Cuisine and appointments unexcelled.
Proight for Baltimore, Philadelphia
and ?i-w Vork solicited and handled
with car?-. Through ratea and hills ni
Single fare to Baltimore, ilnO; round
trip. J3.."iO; staterooms, one way, S1.;V>.
RE VRDON ? GRIMES, Agenta,
Pool of Cameron street
The most popular resort on the
Salt ^ ater Bathing, Fishing and Crabbing
Steamer St Johns
Saturday 6.30 p. rr..
Sunday 9.30 a. m.
?C DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50
rare: season ticket loo
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot ot Cameron Street.
Effective May ?'- ?10.
Steamer" Capital City."
Leave? Alexandria at 6 p. m. on Mon?
day and \\ cdncaday for Parbam's Point
and lower river landings. Return early
Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave
Saturday ai Si a in, l'or Nomini and Inter?
mediate landings, returning Sunday
about ?"> p. in.
Leave Kunday, Tuesday and Thui ad ij
?it 9a. m. tor Wirt"? wharf and all Inter?
mediate landings. Returning: leaveWlrt's
wharf at fi a. m. the following day and
arriving al Alexandria about ? p. m.
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
; of ' ameroh Street,
Telephone No jolt lyr
St Anne's Episcopal School for Girls
< ? \l;l.oi ? KBVIUJ . V \.
Opens September '?oth. Pull carpa of
teachers Preparatory and Academic
Departments. Musie, languages, Art.
Misa M \KV HYDE IT \ AL,
Colonial Beach, Va?
- Woodlawn -
Second Street irom Boat Landing.
Mrs? S? Tasker? Prop?
NOTH I .
Tin? undersigned having qualified aa
s< cutor of tin? laut will
of PRANK - HARPER, deeeaaed,
notice Is htrciij given to all partie? who
are indebted) ?the above estate to seule
ime with t'i,? undersigned, and all
parUes having cktlms against She *tid
estate to pi ? n the same duly certified
for pi\ in? in.
M M. UARPER. Executrix.
? ? ?.??????. Exeotttor.
Corner of King and In ion streets
PUBLISHED liMI.V AM) TRI-WKKKI.Y AT
GAZETTE BUILDING, .ili) and 312
[Entered attbe PoatofBee of Alexandria,
Virginia, as second-class matter.]
Tenate: i?aiiy -i rear, V..U): ? montba,
92.50; :? months. 13.25; l month,4:: sent?
? week, i" cents.
Triweekly ? ? year, srioo: r> months
SI.."vi; :? montba, W cents; 1 month. IS
Contract advertiser? wlB not be allowed
to exceed their apace unless the excess
is paid for al transient rates, and tinder
no circumstances will they be allowed
to advertise other than their legiti?
mate Inisiuess in the space contracted
l?e-,,puions in memoriain. of thanks.
tribute?Of respect, resolutions adopted
i>y sooietiea or persons.unless of publie
concern, yyill l>e printed in the pap li?
t'ari Lthcritigton, -2 years old, em?
ployed Thursday n?ght by the State
Antisaloon League M "Mind tiger"
raider, was lynched at Newark, Ohio,
last night, following I day of. almost
conttnooui rioting. The heavy doori
uf the Licking county jail were batter?
ed down, and Kthcrington was dragged
from his cell. He was .shot, kicked,
and bruised before thestrect was reach -
.d, and the finish followed 'jiiiokly. He
waa banged in the public square.
Btheringtoo, earlv i" the evening,
confessed he killed Williaul Howard,
proprietor "f the "La-t Chance"
restaurant and former chief of police.
in a raid of alleged ".-pcakcasi-s. in a
raiding sentile yesterday afteflioi di.
and narrowly escaped lynching at that
When mus from the hospital that
Howard hid died paaaed over the city
I at 9 o'clock la?) night the fury of tlie
mob took definite form. Large batter?
ing rains were directed upon the doors
of the Licking County jail, and the
deputies were powerless. The doors G 11
after nearly an hour'a attack.
Crying piteousiy. Elhcringto?,
curly-headed Kentuckiau, who has
Keen wiring as a strike-breaker since
he was released from )he marine service
three montba ago. was dragged forth.
*'I didn't mean to it do, "he wailed. His
cries fell upon deaf ears.
Etherington's last momenta, while he
heard the mob battering down the doors
were spent in praying and writing a
note to his parente, fanners residing
near Wiliisbuig. K'y.
"Whal will mother say when sin?
hears of this ?" he kept moaning to the
In an attempt to commit suicide.
Etherington smothered his beadjirj his
eia! and Bet lire t<> it. He was eaught
In the ineice. asthemoh was leaving
the jail, eight prisoners, held for petty
Offenses, escaped. Une tepisil U) leave.
As Etlleringtoii mounted ill?? him k
ready for the swing he was asked to
make a speech.
"1 want to warn all young fellows
not to try to make a living the way I
have dont?by strikebreaking and tak?
ing joba like this." he declared. "I
had better have worked, and I wouldn't
DC here now."
The swing of the rope put him short.
He hung there for an hour, while the
crowd quietly left. The weight of the
body finally broke the rope and it fell
on the sidewalk.
PRANK? OF LKHiMNC.
During the storm at Laurel, Md..
la-t night lightning struck the spire
on the water tank and splintered it,
but did not dimtaja the wooden tank
with 1(.?0,(HK> gallons of water. A
charge crashed through a window oi
the home of Charles Hitchena and
knocked Mr. Kitchens and bis wife
off the bed. They were not sciioiisly
hurt, DOT was the building damaged.
(Scorge Walker and his wife were
knocked from an iron bed on the
lloor, but escaped injury, the bed
however, being a wreck. A barn on
the Tuckahoe farm of Jeremiah Mar?
shall, was struck and burned with
the contents. The] stables, adjoining,
were also destroyed, and three horses,
four mules, two cows and hundreds of
Another violent electric storm visited
Rockingham county. Va.. Thursday.
A hone owned by James Lee was
struck by lightning, which bored a
bole through the shingle roof, knocked
down plastering and splitting the wood?
work in an adjoining room. The
charge there divkrVd, part of it .shoot?
ing 15 feet and knocking out the
front of the house. The Other portion
Hashed in the opposite direction, carry?
ing out the rear. One of the charges
ran down tin gutter into the ? ?Stern
and smashed a box on it. Two daugh?
ters of Mrs. Win. Cline were stunned
by the bolt.
Near Edom, Rockingham county,
lightning split a big tree and killed
three horses belonging to H. V. Myers.
At Broadway a calf lielotiging to Bra
Kline was knocked dead.
A heavy storm passed Of? Prince
county, Va., in the neigh?
borhood of Mount Zioii Church Thurs?
day afternoon, The crop and lands
were washed badly, while the wind
attained ahnoet cyclone proportion?.
uprooting trees and blowing down
corn, wheat and oats and much fen
( mg, Great damage was done to or?
fftUaO BY A CLAIRVOYANT.
A .sensational damage suit for $5,000
Intituled hy ROMBI Melton, a traveling
fortune teller and clairvoyant, against
.Lilian W. Fretwell, manager of the .1.
W. Fretwell Grocery Company at Dan?
ville. Va., terminated Thursday when
the jury returned a verdict in favor of
the defendant. Mine. Melton is tin?
wife of F. O. Melton, who is engaged
in the autoniobi!,? business at Lynch
burg. last December she went to Dan?
ville and opened offices ata hotel. She
alleges Fretwell came to her room on
A bdy of Pizarro Teils Story o?
Awful Suffering That Cardui
Pizarro, Va.?"I suffered for several
years," writes Mrs. Dorma A. Smith,
''with that awful backache and the bear?
ing down sensations, so fully described
in your book.
"I tried doctors and other medicines
and found little relief, until I was induced
to try Wine of Cardui, when I found in?
stant relief and today I can heartily
recommend Cardui to all suffering women
and llnnk tht:e is no other as good."
In some instances, Cardui gives instant
relief; in others, it may take a little time.
But inali cases of female trouble Cardui
can be depended on to be of benefit, as
It is a specific remedy for women and
acts in a curative way on the womanly
As a general tonic for women, to build
up your strength, improve your appe?
tite, bring back rosy cheeks and make
you look and feel young and happy,
nothing you can find will do so much for
you as Cardui.
Your druggist has it.
N. R-V/rnV to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chttta
nooea Medicine Co . Chattanoota. Tenn.. tor Spttla?
?nitructions. ai,? 04-page bonk Home Trcatmtaa
lor Women. ' tent in plain wrapper, on request
the evening of Dei ember 96, and
createli a disturbance, and that as a re?
sult of the shock she remained ill for
several weeks. On the day following
her husband had a warrant issued for
the arri -? of Fretwell. He was in the
mayor's court lined $?_'"> and costs. The
defense ai the ? rial yc-terday was that the
plaintiff was trying to extort money and
hat he was enticed into tin- woman's
room. An effort was made to impeach
character of the woman, but Judge A.
M. Aikeii ruled that no evidence, which
dated before her la-t marriage, to the
Lynchburg man. -ix months ago, would
Will. ATTI?: MPT OCEAN KLK.I1T.
Walter Wellinaii and Melvin Vani
man will attempt this coming fall lo
cross the Atlantic Ocean in the dirigible
balloon America, which was built for
the Wellinaii polar expedition and
has twice bee?; tested in voyages over
the Arctic Ocean, north of Spitz?
On her long voyage the America will
carry a crew of six men. including the
wireless operator, and l.GOO gallon? of
gasoline in a steel tank. Equipped Or
a day's run she could carry 75 pa?cn
gers.in addition to her full crew. In size
she ranks second only to the latest Zep?
Two engines will drive her?one of
7o-M> horsepower for ordinary duty.
and one S00-hcfMOOw*jr for emergency
setvice, when high speed is needed. ?
little 10-horsepower motor takes the
place of a donkey engine aboard -hip
for small necessary office?.
Weliman and Vaniman are by no
means sure thai their attempt will Ix?
successful but the; think that the
chances an? good enough to warrant?t
least a trial. They plan to statt late
in August or early in September
from a base near New Vork not yet
films ok nu: ik.ht.
l'ile filmi "f the Jeffries-Johnson
fight at Reno last Monday arrived
in New York yesterday, in charge
of President William T. Rock, of the
American Vitagraph Company, and
.1. Stuart Blaekton, an official of the
company. They were rushed to the
plant of the Vitagraph Company, in
Brooklyn, |wuere a force of experta
Were waiting t* develop and retouch
the filma for immediate reproduction.
The forces will work in relays and it
is expected that the pictures will be
exhibited in Mew York today,
unleaa Mayor Gaynor takes some
action to prevent. The filma, a do/en
sets in all, taken from various portion?
of the tight arena, were brought here
on a sp,(ial car.
The New Jersey Court of Errors has
handed down opinion declaring New
Jersey collateral inheritance tax un?
constitutional in part. This means
that the state must pay back about
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can 1m? controlled by
giving Chamberlain's Coli??, cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is
necessary is ?? give the prescribed dose
after each operation of the bowels more
than natural and then CMtOf oil to
cleanse the system. It is -afe sad sure.
Sold by W. F Creigliton and Richard
FIFTY TEARS1 EXPERIENCE OF
AN OLD NT Us I.
Mrs Wiiislow's Soothing Syrup is the
prescription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United
State?, and baa been u-ed tor fifty years
w ?ih never failing sue is- l>y millions oi
mothers for their children. It relieves
the child from pain, cures diarrhoea,
? gri)>ing in the Im>wcIs. and wind colic.
' By giving health to the child it rests the
| mother. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
PROPOSAIS. Proposal- will be ??
ccivi d until I- o'clock noon. Wed?
nesday, July 13th. ISM. at the?,?lee ol
' thet ity engineer for the grading, ein
1 liankment. the furnishing of all material
and construction of a broken stoni
I on Washington street from Wythi
. to the Washington road and on the
! Washington road to the corporation line
' plans and specifications can he seen at
the (ity Knginecr's office.
! The right is res,-i ved to reject any and
! all proposals.
K. s. LKADBEATF.R,
* Chairman Committee on streets.
FOUNDERS AND MACHI? IST*
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinist?' Supplie?.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. Ve.
Blacksmithing ta Repairing
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK?
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
We make a specialty in repairs to
Gasoline Engines. Motorcycles and
We solicit your orders on all kinds of
Bell Phone 53.
514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
on ? ?, ami -ioni:.-: 11'. UT H. ROTAI.Ig.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul?
tural Implements. Vehicles,Harness.
Field and Garden Seeds.
WAwnocaajB, sotrra canon snunrr, on
i.ini: oc SOCI m?:? caii.w \ v.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
and all kindsof Mill Feed
Will a I way s keep in stock the highest
grade of these arti. !"s.
<; yui'NKi! ?., l'.ooim:. I M. H. M mii.ow
President ? Vloa Pi widen
First National Bank
A I.CXAMlltlA. VA.
Designated Depository of the
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
O. L. BOOTHE M. B. HARNOW,
(?. E WARFIELD. J. F. MCIU.
WALTER ROBERTS. ? BAEB.Jn.,
FRANCIS L. SMITH.
Burke & Herbert
Moderiih equipped for banking in
its \arious branches.
Deposites received subject toebeek at
sight. Collections made on all points.
High-grade Investment securities
Pungili and s,,ld.
Letters of ?redit and Foreign ex?
Sat.? Depot!) Boxes for rent.
A Savings Department in which in?
terest is allowed on deposii
Henry K. Field & Co.,
Jos, \ H il. D. sMooT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF ALL Kisns.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Oll'iee and Yard I16N. Cnion street,
eaetory No. Ill N. Lee Street
Material Delivered FREE In the elty.
VI U<? IMA. In the Clerk's Omee of
the Corpo rit ion Court ol' ? he Cil,\ of
Alexandria, on the 2Mb day ol' .lune,
Lillian e. Mansfield ?-. Robert ?. M
tield. In chancery.
.Memo. Tbc object of this auit la to ob?
tain for the e.piaillant an absolute di?
vorce ???? tin? defendant on the ground
of adultery committed by him, and-for
It appearing by an allldavit filed in this
cause that the defendant, Robert N".
Mansfield, i- a non-resident of tbiaState:
ll i- Ordered. That said, defendant ap?
pear here within fifteen days after due
publication of this order, and do what is
necessary to protect hi- Inten -ts in this
suit, and thai a copy of this orde' be
forthwith Inserted G? the Alexandria
Gaiette, a newspaper published in the
<ity of Alexandria, once a week for four
successive e eeks. and posted at the front
door of the Court House of this city.
? copy 11
NeVCLLS OREENAWAY, Clerk.
iiv i.oi ?? ?. Drrrsrv, D. c.
? liarles llendheim. p. f\, je.?) wiw-thu
The first cost is
the least, result is
what we give in
can refer you to
users of the Eddy
and Baldwin Re?
ers speak for us.
M? Ruben & Sons?
601 KING STREET.
Chamberlain s Stomach anil Liver
Tablets gently stimulate the liver and
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system, cure constipation
sud sick headache. Sold by W. F.
Creigli ton and Richard Gibson.
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
G. L. BOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President J. J. GREEN. Assistant Cashier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER. JR.
? ?. HARLOW
GEO. E. WARFIELD
JAS. F. MUIR
FRANCIS L. SMITH
and Investments, |8?4,49? 80
I . S. ?...mis. I25.000.0u
Hanking lions,?. 73491.61
hm? from Banknand Re?
serve Agent-. 98,104.41
5 Per Cent, Fund. 3,400.00
Surplus and Profita. 185/02.51
Other Liabilities. 1.410.01
This hank with its ample capital and surplus, its adequato equipment
and Facilities, solicits the accounts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers
and Individuada on the best terms consistent with aotlttd hanking.
No accollili too large to be handled satisfactorily; none too small to be
Live With Your Friends Around You
in the garden suburb
A friendship colony.
Save by buying lots together.
Save by building houses together.
Save in cost o? living: join our buying club.
Save in car fare.
Co-operate; it's the spirit of the age.
Come Saturday. Sunday or Monday afternoon; see the Morrill style house
poured in steel moulds: demonstrated and shown at 4 p. m.
See the two attractive cement houses now building; you can buy one .at the
same cost as a frame house.
Lots now ?200 up: ?10.00 cash. ?5.00 per month. The men and the money
are behind it.
A rare opportunity t'jr safe investment in stock or in lots in Washington's
nearest and newest suburb; only 12 minutrs out. This section ii slated to go
bacie into the District. It will double values. Buy now at the minimum price,
while improvements arc in progress.
BALLARD & LANHAM
Washington Sales Office, 621?13th Street, Northwest.
_Clip this ad: it leads the way._
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?
I MANUFACTURE CIGARS
that gi re satisfaction the year round.
They f e uniform in size and quality
Get a Hx and when it's up get another.
See that every Plantation Cigar is stamp?
ed Hamilton 4 Co.
HAMILTON &, CO
323 KING STREET.
With Parasols to match
1 Case Organdies
large floral designs: 12 1 -2c j
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
- SOLD ON -
W. I. Whitson
611-613 King Street.
We Have in Our Window on Dis?
play a Line of
Loose Leaf Goods
Ledgers, any ruling, combined cash and
journal. monthly statement ledger-.
Maden, boMecs, rnensorandnm books
and price books.
Call and let OS show you sample sheets
of all styles and rulings.
508 KING STREET.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary^
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial A, Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
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
?Extraordinary Reduction! throughout the entire atore.
ally remarkably low priced selling event of all the odd lots,
all t'tie remnants, all slightly soiled merchandise, all broken
menta and Rurplu? stock.
Women'* Baits, Dream?? ami Skirts ail reduced some t ? half, man
ti. less (han half
Trimme?! Hata to half. Untrimraed Hata to 25c. Long Kimonas,
40e. short Kimona?, ? for 25c.
Nemo Sell Reducing Corset, 12.50.
50c Corset Covers, 25a
l:.'%c Vests. Tape Neck and Sleeve-, all sizes, at 5c.
H.00 Suit Cases 75c, 12.00 Matting Suit Cases, fl.'J.'). tl.OO Hand
Satchels at 7.V.
Women's and Children's Be Handkerchiefs at Be, or ...'< a dosen.
50c Corsets at 29c. Kot all ?tees but nearly all.
Dr. Jaeger's Sauitat-y Woolen Underwear 25 poi cent, off, <<ti
stock mi band. Our space does not allow us t?i mention ail the
Bargains awaiting you.
513-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car
! ?? mein lier ue. your on li. low ?: people, slami hack of I he para w.II. ma kill).
all adjustment? and looking after tbe can generally tor an Indefinite period ol
time. Beside? In an "Overiand" you get simplicity, durability, comfort and tin
inoet popular car la the world. Phone usisxkI let us ?ho? you this masterpiece.
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
THE RAM MEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies
all the Summer.
Jon P. RoBiKsow, Obo. ?, ?-'io.m-h.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
ham>?< reel il- M
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria
Fertili/?!? and Chemical Co. s Product*.
Capacity: 50.??? ton? per annum.
Princes? Street and Potomac River
Wharf. Alexandria, Vfrgfada.
WKKK END TICKETS.
I/x-al week end tickets Washington to
H .inerset. Warrentou, Uarrisonbutv.
Blueroont and intermediate si uions sold
on Saturdays and Sundays, valid for re?
turn on Monday at very low fares, will
he placed ?p sale by Southern Kailwav
at VY':uhinfftoa;I>.C.. beginning SATI B
DAT, May >th. and continuing until
? October J. inclusive.
L. ?. BROWN, Oeneral Agent
W. H. PECK
Payne and Q. ten Streets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY IV ._
Otterburn Lithia and Mag?
Greatest known Water for Dyspep?
sia. Indication. Kidney and Liver
Leading Physician? endorse it and tes?
tify to it? (Treat merit.
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