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ALEXAXDUIA, VA., TrESDAY EVEXIXO, JILY 12, 1010.
PRICE 2 CEXTS.
VOLIME CXI.-NO. 163
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? Slyle by Reading McCall ?
Magazine and Using McCall Patterna
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latest fashi
cloilics and liats. 60
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aioabto toformailou
n all Imiii" and pei
onal Btaueia, Oalj
60c a ?car. IdcuuHbi
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? a,?| chlldren wlnch wl! lioijorf.-a
in tylcMidflt. Prlce-DflBa blrtoertbau tB
ccdw Hendforfreo I'atternCaUl i 1
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Th' HcCAlL CMrANY. 2391. 245 Wal 37* Si.. hVH YOM
8TEAMERS_
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
ry din in ine f?w tof Port lion
roe, Norfolk. NewportNewa and polnta
soiiih. vla Ktiperb, pow?rfttl ateel paJaea
gtcamcra,
Lrave \VAahlngton,?.45 i>. m.
Loavo Vloxandria7.00p. m.
Arrivc l't. Monroea 7.00a. m.
Arrivc Norfolk S.00B, m.
Arrivc Portaiuonth 9.00a. m.
Portamoitth 5.00 i?. m.
irfolk 6.00 i>. in.
Leave I'i Monroe 7.00 p m.
Arrive Alexandria a? a. m.
Irrive Waahington 7.00a.im.
Tbroturh <.lections made at Norfolk
wiih Btoamers of the Old Dpmlnlon
Kt<\im*lii|> roini'.-uiy forNew lorkand
Mer. hantx'and Mlner'a Hteainahtpa lor
''.',.., I xickfl Offlco. 7M> Uth 8UJ.W.
Dond Bulldlng, VVaahlngtoa, D. <
Phonc M iin i ?' ? , , m .- ?,
s,.\. ? . Ii.irf Phon ? Main ? ???'
vi. v indrla wharf footofPrinceatreet
\\ . II. i \l 1. \H AN'.
apri \\ r (loneral P ,llt
Maryland Deiaware and Vir
ginia Railway Company.
BPKIXfl s< lll IM li
Bteamera ftl thla llne leave Alexandria
on andaAor M??> i??? IM0,
MONDAY . U KDXESDAY and
' SATI KHAY 81 lft>P p.
I ,,r i: \l.l'IM"i;i, AND vl.l. I Hl.
vl. IUVKR LAXPIXOH
Cuiaiiieand appointnioiits imcxc.'iird
KrHchl f..r llaltiui t?>. Phlladelp da
iin.l S aollcited and handlcd
wiil. eare. Through ratea and inlls ol
ladiiifi lasiied. .
? i.- Hir.' io BaUlui louiiii
staU-rooms. one \v.iy, |1 "
Hl \ i; i... n (t UHIMES, VrouU,
ifCameronatreet
Colonial Beach,
Thc most popular resort on the
Potomac River
S.dt W.Uc-r Bathinfj. Ftshing and Crabbing
Steamer St Johns
SaturJay 6.30 p. m.
Sunday 9.30 a. m.
FDAILY ROUND TRIP S0.50
are: season ticket ?.oo
Rcardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
jaSSm
SCHEDULE
Steamboat Co.
Etfcctlvo Maj ?. 1910
Steamer" Capital City."
UenYt - llexandria :\i 6 p. m. ?>n Mon
il.iv and Wcdnesday fot r;irh:nn'. Polpt
nn'ct lower rlver landinm RCarn early
\W<lni'Mi.t\ and Pridaj mornb j. Loave
Haturdav ni ;* :* m, for Nominl abd Inter
iiKMii i!.-' laudinea, returnlms Bunday
ahout . p. in.
Steamer "Wakefield."
i a Rundaj . Tueaday :>"'i Thuraday
aii'n. m. tor Xvlrt'a wharf and all Inter
nifMllalc landlnjt.i. Roturninjr IcnveWliVa
wlmrf at >'? a in. Ihe followingdaj MW
arriving at Aloxandria aboul i p. ?>,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
i of ( ameron Street
Tolophonc N'o. 50. j>'ii ly?
st iiooLs.
St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls
< H u:i "i msvnxB, Va.
?' ,n- Bepteniber SHh. Pull can
if'nliiM- t*r?'par:i!or\ and Ai-ailcinii
' MiM MAKY IIYDKDI VAL.
jt-l..:-ni l'rin.M)?al.
Colonial Beach, Va#
- Woodlawn -
Secon-1 Strcct from Boat Landing;.
Mrs, S* Taskerr Prop*
PHOPOSALS Propoaals will !>?? rp
,.,.iv,',l uutll l- o'clook noon, WVd
ursdav. .lnly >3th, l:'l". at theofflceol
th.-ci'tv KnglntHT for the gr.uJini;, ,'in
l.uikiiiViu. ii"' fmiii-luii:.- ofall niaterial
ainl ? ?natrnotlon of a hrokoti stono road
ou NN '-liiii^i'"! strcel from \\ j tht> atr?ot
io tii>' Waahlngton road anil on tin>
Washluetou road lo tho cornoration line.
'? pianaand spoolflcationn panl>osoenat
thi-1 iu Euglncer's offloe.
The riiriit h reacrved i? reVael anj and
al"'ri'1."'' |.;.s. LBADBBATfiR,
('hainuau C'oin?Bitt?vt' OB Mnett.
jeZ> td
1THI.1SHKI> KAII.Y ANOIItl-WKKKI.Y AT
GAZETTE BOILDING, 310 and 812
PRIXCE HTREET.
rEntered atthe Poatotnee or Alexaadria,
Vlrginta, M socond-clnss nmttor.]
Tanxa: l?:tilv i jraar, 9SXO-, <? montbe,
tj^so; :: roontha, 91.26: l imnuli.4:: oearb
l week, (Oceata.
Ti;-w.cklv - 1 yoar. $3.00: <; months
1 moiiths. 7.") NMi; ? month, J
eeBtB. , ,, ,
rontmct advertUen irlll not be alloweu
to exoeed thelrapaoe unleaa ttaeexeeaa
li pald ft>r at traaaleat ratea, and under
do ciroumatanoea will tbey bealtowad
to edrerUae otber tban their tagitl
maU' l.uxincsx In tlicspace contraeted
Reaoiutioaa In mcmoriain. <>f ttaaka.
trlbuteaofmapeet, reaolutlons adoptetl
by aocletlea or per?ona,unteea of publrc
eoneero, wlU be printed In the papor
aa advertisementa.
rAKB riGHT PI('TI!Hl>.
A crowd of ?ererai thouaand peraoae,
constituting the audience <>f the Bavoy
Tbeater, in New Yi.rk, arose ycsterday
afternooa erylng "Fajke!" "Sold!"
"Btungl" when a pictare aeriea ol tbe
late fight at Reno was thrown upoo
the scm-n.
The lnanagcment of the tbeatof had
adrertiaed tbe picturea aa the Bral of
the figbt, but bad cerefuUy aeea toit
the wor.l "moving" had been left out
of the adrertiawneDtt which literally
plaatered thefrool of the Ihetter.
The prioaa tirst charged were 10, 16
ami 25centa, which were obeerfully
paid bv the apectatora, arbo thougbf
tbey were going to aee moi ing picturea
and not pbotographe. Tbe tkket aak
waa ao graat, that tbe rnanagemenl
raiaed tbe priee to 88 eeota all around,
but tbe crowda piied ao (aat tbat aoon
only atandiog room wai left
After tbe flrst tbree or four picturea
bad been tbrown on tbe acreen aad
tbe crowd realised thatthey were not
going to aee tbe real naovteg picturea
of the big Bgbt, tbey atarted a riol
which reeulted in tbe calhng out of
tbe reaenree and on nearly wrecking
tbefronl of the tbeater. The crowd left
tbeir aeaUi with hooti and yelta at tbe
manageiuent and aaeembled in front
of the tbeater, where they proeeeded
to tear down ererytbing tbal tbey
roukj lay tbeir baoda on.
Then tbey started (or the lickel box,
but the faet tbal the guardian "f ''"'
moneywaaa rery pretty girl, aaved
themantgement the loaa of tlie day'a
rtfeipta. Chtmoriiig for their inoncy
to be given back to tbem, the crowd
waa alowly tliapcraed by tbe reeervea.
< (>>(.|{i:i.atio\ \Kiti>n:i).
Policeof two fJouth 8kle atationa in
Chu-ago entered the HoJy Nazarene
Churchofthe Apoatolie Faitli. Dear
boni and weat Thirtieth rtreeta, during
aervicea Bunday niglil and arreated the
enlire oongregaticn, compoaed of more
tban Itxt negro men and women.
Among thoee arreated were a woman
i?isln>i> and tbreepreacbera. Allof thoac
arreated weTe placed in celbi at the
polioe atationa. aaide frorn aaying tliat
riotoua icenei had occurrad in tbe
church, tln' police refoaed to explaiu
the reaMon for tbe attackon tbe church
and the impriaonmenl of thecongrega
tioii.
Ueutenant Reed, who headed the
the police, >:ii<l tbe roemben of the
congregation bad made a noiaance of
tbemaelrea tlirongh tbeir religioui
frenz],
"Tbeir all day and all night meet
inga" aaid r^ieutenant Reed, "began
at 4 o'ctoca Bunday morning. The
sbouting, yelling, crying and ainging
continued hour after hour without
abatement.
BOH IPABTaVI AafBRICAM sWlll'.T
HBABT.
Juat two and a lialf yeara after tlic
deatb and burial of "<Md MortaKty"
on Cbriatataa Ere, 1808, all Balttmore
rang out with Ibe greateai aocial event
tliat tbe i ity of beauttful women bad
eter witaeaaed?tbe rnarriage of
Jerome Bonaparte and Blfaabeth Pat
teraon.
The groom wai reepleBdent in a
purple satin coat, heavy with coatly
embroidertea and gold uvce, wboae
>kirt, lincd with wliite satin, in tho
latest faahion of tbe dbactory beau
monde, M\ ovcr his satin kncc
breechea and silk ho.sc, t<> tbe wry topa
of thefjdiarnoad buoklea, that cuurped his
low-cut iboea, Mis long, tinc bair wai
powdered mowywhite, contraating well
with his daik eyea and rich oom
plexion.
Tbe brtde wore a wbtte moaliii dreea,
of diapbanouj texture, raoh aa the
tamoua Indian tootni bait made
famoua forcentariea, which, deapite rich
I'mbroidery and coatly lace, revealed the
beauty of armaand neck, and Stted in
the ex*reme of faahion that enaphaaiaed
the outlinea of lu-r fauhleaa limbs and
perfect form.
"All thiMlotlu's wora by ber migbt
hare been put in mypocket," wrote
a livfly corroapondeni of that letter
wriling *-ra. 'Her drcs> was of imislin
ofan extreeoeryflne textore. Banestb
ber dreaa, abe wore l>m one gar
ment."
CongratubUioni andgood wiabea were
abowered upoo ber, and tbe weeka of
the booeymoon werea drean of iweet
madaeaa and gratiBed ambttion.?
Cbarlea \Vin>low llall.'ni "/ Bbattered
llrcain," in the Natioiial MagaxUM foi
Augoat.
KIU K1VI> PABEMTAl. FOK<;IVK
nttm,
i'hiiainlrr ('. Knox jr., ami his boau
tifnl 1S y*ar-o!ii bride, a fornuT tlt
parUneat atore girl. hare gonc to live
in his fatlu-r's conntry homc, near
l'hiladclphia. Tbe panattal foigift
nesa, which was withhcld following tbe
I elopement and raafTtage toMiai May
Bowler, baa beeaflnallygraated, owing
k) tbe inttrvcntioii of iiis inotlier and
brotbera, Young Knox baa reti
i his positioii as stlling ageut for :.n au
tomobile toncern, which he aocepted
io mpplemenl the iocome of $100 a.
motith be bad from bfa grandniotlier'n
eatatei Hebaaalao ghrenup bb lux
iirioMs lodgingi oa Beueil atreet. It ?
aho tearned that young atnoa baa ra
ceived tlic asstirauee of his mother-iii
law, ? night watrlmian's irife, that Inr
liotno, onc-lialf Of :? littlcouc and on.
halffitorycottage, wouMalwaya be open
lo liiin.
WOMAN ?HOT HRR Hl WHAXI).
"I sliot iny bwband baoaaac I
thought lic vvas a burglar. and I vvonld
do itagaitiutidcrsimilarcireumstaneo.
Mcn wlio stay OUi lato at night shonld
uajgmu promptly irben tlicir svives call
"Who'l thore'.-"'' Kvi'iy vvoman iboufc]
know liovv to handlc a gim. My bot
bandinabrted oti rne learlifrtgtddoao,
MKJ I ;:i.i nof aorry tliat I vvas taught Io
beagood markswouian. I am BOrry
I ahot my bnabaad, bol I carried onl
his in.,tniction>. I d id M BC t"l<i IM
and lie is glad tliat I did."
Thte is Kra. J. T. Buma'a ndrice t<.
woin. n. Mrs. Burns shoi licr hushand
in thearm at tlicir hoine In Pittsburg,
I'a.. Siimlay night. mislaking liiin for
a bttlflar, Hc is in tlic hospital, and,
unless Mood-poisuning sct.s in, lic vvill
be ont in tlircc or four days.
DOG IIIMIKSCHIII).
'Around the oack of Dut, ? Booteb
oottie owoad by BdwardJ. Qflllgan, tlic
proprietor of tlic imi at Clasoii Point,
N. Y. tiicic is aooa lo baplaoad i tflver
collar coinnici'iorativc of tlic fact tliat
be leapad overboajd and aaved ihe life
of the tlinc-ycar-old daughter of hia
maater. Crowdi at tlic inn aaw thi
baby, Edna, tumbk ovtrboard from i
launcb andpDol leap ioataoUy int<?
tlic vrater and carry ber aahore.
Do< tebed tbe child'i dreaa In bu
t.ctli and fctclicil licr ajhora atmoat
beforc anyone realized tbal abe bad
iiccn in danger. Bafaaabora 1M htfd
hia burden down and bared bia l??Ui
threateningly wben > do/cti per
iom ran to lift tlic HDconaeioua child.
Tlicy wt-rc compeJled to wiit until
M r. Oilhgan caoie, Roda nas sitting
u|i liy tlicu and a pbysirian bad coroe
running at Mr. Gtlligan'a beela, A-^
aoou aa Bdna naaaafe In ber tather'a
armi Dot removed bimaelfto his pom
linn on tli>- picr bead u if be conaidered
all tliis fun and < xciteinont DOl in the
beat form
t'HARGSII YYII'll BMBBZZLM
MI.VI.
As ? reauH of apecobrfiona in the
|,?. k maikct, l.otlt in tlic loeal
bodtetabopj and in tlic l.rokcragc
bouaoa of Obieago, Xew Y?.rk and
otlicr citic-i, A'lL'n-t Kopkc. aeaiatanl
aecretary of tbe Fidelity Truat Oom
pany, the oldeal and mo-t aubataaUal
trnat oompany in Louiaville, Ky.. mu
arrotcd yettetday aftcniooti on tlic
cbarge of embexaJing from tlic bank,
and it is believed tliat arben tbe c\
perta, arbo ire at arork on tbe i?>ok>
of tlic in-iitntioii. niakc tlicir reporf
tliat a ibortage of nearry *.">'xi.fM> will
be foiind.
The downfall of Ropka comea as a
climax to a apectacular bocketahop
operation originating in Louunrilte,
but later extending to many cittea
.in I extending over a period from flve
to eigbt ycara. Tliat lic waanol dis
ooverad until tlic preaeni time is due
l<> tlic fact tliat lii.s lin-k for scvcral
yeara prevented his being fonnd ont.
Ahoul a ycai ago Ropke'i loaaea in
creaaed and pUed up againat birn ao
tliat lic vvas foroed to visit tlic strong
boi of the bank, but Inck agairi pnlled
him throngh.
Onc of bis :is- i.-tants \va- goteg ovcr
his chief's book and dJaoovared a
qneattonabk entry. Pieaident Barr
vnu notihed, and aftcr making a per*
tonal investigation hc disniisscd ]{opkc
aftcr charging him vvith cnilic/zlcimnt.
Experti from Cbicago nere brongbl
to l.ouisvillc to vvork on tlic bookf.
Tlicy fonnd many faaM cntrics.
J, and T. Cousin's Finc Lustral Colt
and Black Ru.ssian J.u.sitania Pumpa
and Oxforda, Woldt and Tnrn'a price
$5.00; our prico $4.00. J. A. Mar
abal! & Bro,. 422 Kinstreet.
FIFTY YFAKS' KXPKHIKNCK OF
AN OLD KCBfl]
Mr> Winslov. 's BoOthing Syrup is the
preaeripttoa of one of tho i>ost female
phyatoaana and auraea in tlic Unitad
Statc-. and has ln>cn tiscd Tor lifly |
with aeverdkiling aoeeeaa l>y mlHIoaa m
niotliers for thcir childrcn. It rclicvcs
the idiild from pain, ciiros diarrhoca.
grlpfag In the boweia, and wind aolla.
By gtvlng hcalth to tho child it rcsts the
niother. Twcnty-fivo ccnU a hottlu.
Api>alarhian I-Upoxitiun, Rnoxiille.
Tenn.. Htpu l*-oct. 19.
Oraatty radneed farcs aeeount above
occasion on BBlC \ ia Sontlurn Itailwav
Bept 10 to Oct 12, InotoatTe. from all
prinelpal VTrginla polnta, inelndlng
Washington. I>. ('. Final limit Oct Ift
i allon Deareatarentorwrite I>. s. Browa
Qeneral Agent. 70615U> atreet northwaat
Waahlngton, o. (... for inn paitlouJan
ahont Btrea, aebedulea, ctc.
VJHUIMA. In tho ( lorks (Xlioo of
the Corporatlon Oourt of tbe Clty of
Alexandria, on tho llth day of Jidy. 1910,
Jobn Howard RJenardaoa ra i>ciia
Kicliard-on. In clianoory.
Momo. Tbe objeet of tbta snit is to ob
tiin for the eomnlainant an abaolute <!i
vorcc from tlic dclcndant on tbe groond
Of wllful descrtion and aliandoiimcnt
lor m.iiv tlian thrcc ycars nrior to UM
instittition ol'iliis Miit. and for gcnoral
ralleC
!t appeartng by an afadavit Blad in
tliis aauae tliat tbe defendant, Delht
Rlebaidaon, i> a aoa taaldant of thi
SL'Uc :
It laOadaaad: Tbat aalddefandaat ap
pearbere witbin Bfteen dayaafter duo
publication of this ordor. and do wliat i
neceeaary to proteet ber Intereal In thi
stiit. and that a copy of tliis ordcr Im>
fortliwith Inaeited in tho Alexandria
lOaaette, a aewapaper pobllahedlo tbe
I City of Alexandria. one? a week for four
roeceaalve areeka, and pwated at tlio front
? door of Uio Court liousc (.f tln- citv.
..* Teate,
hlA. 8. OREKNAWAT, Llerk.
' C'baBfs Bendheim, p. q.
oJylliw4w-iu
For.M'KI>> AND MACH1NI
J.&H.Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Supplies.
Pipe. Pipc Fittinga. Valvea. Vc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We malte a specialty in repairs to
iGaaoline Enjincs. Motorcyclci and
i Automobiles.
We solicit your orders on all kindj of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE:|
M4 Evana Buiidintf. Phonc Main 7324.
RiCHARD I WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
OFFICi: AMi BTOMBW 115-117 N. B01 \l.?l'.
Dealer in Hardware. Painti. Atfricul
tural Implenicnts. Vehiclci.Harncsi,
Field and Garden Seeds.
WAUDBOtraBa, aotrra ckiox aroBwr, om
i.ini: or w>! i nn:\ R ci,\v \ a .
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
andallkindsof MillFoed
Will:. raj ? keep in atoek the nl
;;r:?dc ol Uieae articlo.
FIXANC1 \l.
.1..: i Doom, M. B, HABUOW
1*i-.- ulcnt ? I'r.'-idcnt
First National Bank
\ i.i (AJ M1 \. \ \.
Designated Depository of the
United Statts.
OAPITAL.H
si Itl'l.i s .\\|. i NDIVIDED
profitu.ji
Directora:
(,. I.. BOOTHE, M. !!? HARLOW,
(i. k. w.\i;fii;i.". J. i\ mi IR.
w .\l.l l II ROBEKT8, B. li \KK. .Im.
PRAXClfc L s.MITII.
B8T \ 1:1.1 s n !? i ?
Burke & Herbert
Moderaly equlpped for bankinaj in
Ita \ ;iiinii> lir.iin In-.
Depoaitea recelved aubjeet to eheok at
aight. < ollertlona made on all polnta.
Illgh-gnule Invealrnenl aecurltiea
bought and aold.
\.< tttera of L'redlt and Forelgn I'.x
rtiange furnl ihecl
Knfe l>cpo-ii Boxea for rent
\ Havlnga Departmenl lu whieh i ri -
tereal i- aflowed on depoalte.
BJJILDING MATERIALB
BBTABLIBHED l-.-J.)
Henry K. Field & Co.,
Huceeaaora i"
JOfJiAIl n. i'. 8MOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OP ALL K!.\l>s.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Onaeaaad Yard I15K. Uafon rtreet
Factorv Ko, lil \. Leeatreet
afateraal DeHreredPRKKIn tbe elty,
VIROIXIA (n the llerk'a Offleeof
the Corporatlon Court of the tlty of
Alexandria, on the 2Dtb day of June,
litln.
LUItan E. Manafleld vs. Robert \. alana
field. In elinnccry.
Mcmo. Tl.bject oitiiis snii la toob
taln fnr tlic (??iiniiialnaiit atrirhaoiute di
rorce Irorn thcdefrndnnl on theground
ofadultery eommltted by hlm, and r<>r
general relief.
li ap|toarina by aa affldavll Hled In Hds
eauae that the defendant, Robert K.
Manafleld, iaa non-reaidenl ofthlaBtate:
li i- Ordered, That aakl defendanf ap
pear here wtthin Hfteen dajra after dne
publleationofthiaordcr,anddo whal la
Deceeaary to proteet hialntereeta in thi
auit. and that a eopy nf thlaorder be
t'ortiiwitli Ineerted In tbe Alexandria
Gasette. n newapeper publiabed In the
? in of Alexandria, once a week for four
auccesalre weeka. and poated .it tbe front
dOOT of the Court HoUM Of tliiscitv.
A copv ? Tawrx :
NEVELLa OREEXAWAY, Clerk.
iiv Lom N. Drrrarr, i>. ('.
Cliarlos Bfndliciii'. )>. q. Je90 wlw-tlm
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. O u r
sutisfied custom
ers speak for us.
M. Ruben & Sons.
601 KING STREET.
Cbambt i' macfa and Urer
Tablets gcnfly stimulatc the liver and
bowecj to expei pocaoaooa rnataer^
olaataM the lystem, cure constipati?>n
aud sick headacli^. S..ld by \V. F.
Creighton and Ricbard Gibaon.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial &, Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFICERS
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended io for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Department.
ESTABLISHED 1870
THE RAMMEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
BOTH PHONES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies
all the Summer.
Please cJon't mention it
to anyoiic if yonr ladjrlore'a aboea
look ahabby or if ber feet ba?e not the
appearance tbal you fancy in a lady.
Juat tell ber of thesbeautiful and up
to-date Summer ahoea in Oxford tlea,
atrap aUppere, wbite 01 and pumpa
thal wc are rioeing oul at roch a big
redaction in prieea at
jjr A T'T 400 KING
RA 1 Za, STREET
Bargains in City Real Estate
On King Street, near Alfred,
Eleven room brick and bath. in fine condition, with
modern improvements; lot 26 feet 5 inches front and
100 feet deep, with side and rear alleys.
On King Street, near Patrick,
Eleven room brick dwelling, with modern improve?
ments. Lot 23 feet on King street and 100 feet deep
to 10 foot alley.
Both of these properties can be converted
into apartments with slight alterations.
Within two squares of King street and in a good
neighborhood an excellent two-story brick dwelling,
in fine condition, having seven rooms and^ bath, with
all modern improvements, with front, side and rear
yards. Lot 60 feet front by 100 feet deep. This home
is only offered owing to the departure of its owner
from this city.
For further particulars and permission
to inspect call in and see us.
Let us furnish you with our list of city and subur
ban properties, which are without equal.
We can lend you any amount of money you desire
on your real estate. FIRE INSURANCE is one of
our specialties.
THOMPSON & APPICH
107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.
joan P. Roanraoa, Oao. s. PnaorcB,
Preaident Becretanr.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
M \\1 K.M rt'Hf l!>
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
Sulphuric Acid.
Ask yom rJoalwr Ibr the AJexaadrla
Kertili/r-rnnd ?'hcmi<a! < 'n.'s PtodUCta.
Capacity: 30.000 tona per innum,
Prlneeaa Ptreet aaal Peeeanae Rlver
Wharf. Alexandria. VlrgiBta.
We Havc in Our Window on Dis
play a Line of
LooseLeafGoods
Ledgera, aary rollng, eombtned eeafe and
iournal, montblj BtaU'ment le<l
blndera. holdera. rnemoraadum booka
and prfee booka.
I'all and let ns abowyOU samplr abeeta
ofali styi.sand raluaafa,
SP.Dyson&Bro*
508 KING STREET.
W. H. PECK
Payne and Qoccn Strrets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
Provisions
WOOD and COAL
Specialtics: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE 192.
CAPITAL CITY 192._
Otterburn Lithia and Matf
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatest known Water for Dyapep
lia. Indifeation. Kidney and Liver
Troubles.
Leading Pbyaicians endorie it and tes
tify to itj great merit.
Frank Warfield,
_Druggist._
WT.KK KNTJ TH KKTS
Ixieal weok rnd tiekets Wasliingtcn to
Sotneraet, Warrvntoii. Harriaonburg,
Bluemoat and intermediate atatlona ?old
on Saturdayaand Suadaya, ralhj for re
tnrri on Siondaj at rery low brea, arlll
Im> plaecd on aale l>y Boufhern Ruilw-ay
at vVaabington.D. C.beginnii
DAY, May 28th, and continuing until
October 2, inclusive.
L. ti. BROWN, Generai Agent
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
OFFICERS
G. L. BOOTHE. Preaident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Caahier
M. B. H ARLOW, Vice-Preaident J. J. GREEN, Aaaiatant Caahier
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER. JR.
MiB. HARLOW
FRANCIS L. ?MITH
GEO. E. WARFIELD
JAS. F. MUIR
WALTER ROBERTS
RESOURCES
Loana and Iiivestmenu. *S84,4>*.80
r. s. Bonda. rivooaoo
Banklng Jiouse. ;x-J!*i.t;i
Due frotn Hanksand Ke
scrvc Aj,'ents. !*S.lo4.U
Caab. 44A58.W
G PerCentPund. :?,400.oo
|l,228,S38.4-2
LIABILITIES
Capital.$100,000.00
stirpluaaud Prolits. 185.&22.5I
Circulattoa. 9it.000.00
Deposils. 842,288 90
Other Liabililies. 1,410.01
11.228,838.42
This bank with its amplc capitaland snrplua. Ita adequate oqiiipment
and aaellltlea, solicits the aeeottnta of inauiifacturers, wholosalers. retailers
and ladlTlduala oa tbe beet terma oonaletaa t with aafaad aanaklag.
Koaeeouat too aarge to be handled satisraetorily; noue too sinall to be
appreoiaited,
Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car
Remen brr we ? our i aantown peopte, atand baek ofitne aera are s.lt. makrag
all adluatiiu'iu* and lookliig after the eara generadly for an intlrflnite peiind oi
liiuc BoJiidealn an "OverTand"yougetalinp)lelty, durablllty. comforl and thi
; moat popular car in the aorld. Pheae m and retioa ahow you this raaurterpteee. c
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
A Big Smoke
isn't a bit ruore enjoyable if you burn a
bill to light your cigar. It'a the quality
and make of the cigar that gives en
joyment.
WE MANUFACTURE CIGAR3
that give satisfaction |the year round.
They are unifoimfin size and quality.
Get a box and wlien it'a up get another.
See that evcry Plantation Cigar ia stamp
ed Kamilton &. Co
HAMILTON & CO.
323 KING STREET.
With Parasols to match
For $3.98
large floral designs; 12 1 -2c
/ values. at
7k Yard.
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
FOR RENT
S17 Prinea street.$22 60
190 X. Bt. Asaph street. 18 00
1128 Doke street.?? 16 00
118 N. Bt Aaaph street. 14 00
218 N. l'i't araet. 11 00
511 s. Benry afcrea*. 10 ?'>?)
6S7 X. Henry street. 10 50
180 romiaaairaj street. H 50
828 Cbaaaoaroe >treet. 8 00
421 8. Alfrpd street. 7 50
sloWilkeaatreet. 5 00
MSWflkea street. 6 00
Several Comfortable Houses for Sale.
HARRIE WHITE
REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING.

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