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ALEXANDRIA, VA,, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1010.
PRICE 2 CENTS, volimi: ( xi.-no. ??? Ladies! S*?e Money and Keep in - Style by Reading McCail'e Magazine and Using McCall Patterns McCall'? Mat????? will bale von ili< Ishly at ? moderalo expense by keeping yon posted ou Ilio latest fash Jon? in cloths? and uais. 60 ? liu each issue. AttO ralnabla InfomtUon m ?11 home ami por? nal ?mie Only 60c a year. Including a freo palier scribe t li;r .'ree ?.ample copy. McCall Parteras will enable you to make in your own home, with your own tunda, ckrtblng for yourself und children which will I?? iwrfi ; and fit. l'ric?none hkrlw ? r fri?'" ?..iicr:i Caul ? } W, Wai Ci? Yo? Fi?? Prrsmti ite scrlptloni among your friend* THE KcCAll COMPANY, 239 k 249 Writ S? SU STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. ??.t? clay in tin? year for Port Mon? roe, Norfolk, Newport Newt ?mil points south, via superb, powerful steel palace st. amen, Leave Washington,6.46 p. m.> Leave A lexandrla 7.00 p. m. Arrive Ft. Monroes 7.00a in. A rrive Norfolk 8 00 :?. ?. \ rrlve Portsmonth 8.00 a, m. Leave Portsmouth 6,00 p. m. Leave Eorfolk 6.00 i>. m. l,i i\e 1?. Monroe t.?? ? m. Arrive Alexandria ?.30 a. p?. Arrive Washington 7.00 a Ira, Throngh oonneel lone made al Norfolk wiih steamers of the old Dominion Steamship Company for Now York and Merchants'and Miner's Steamships for !'? ?id Ticket Office. 72014th St.WW. Bond Building, Washington, 1?. C. Phono Main 1330. Seventh street wharf. Phone Main 3760. Alexandrin wharf fool of Prince street \\ 11. ('ALLAH W. apri lyr General Passenger Agent. Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Railway Cnmpany. ?:iN<; SCHEDULE, Steamersol tiii-< line leave Alexandria on and after M ij 15, ! Even MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and ? VT?RDAY al I?30 p, m. POR II VLTIMOttK \M> A 1.1. THE isi. AL Kl\ ER LANDINGS. Cuisine and appointments unexcelled. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and N? ? York solicited and handled with care. Through rates and bills ol lading issued. Single fan? to Baltimore, 12.60; round trip, ?l O; staterooms, one way, Si.30. Meals.-Vic. RE VRDON ? OKIMKS, Agenta, Foot oft 'aiiieriiit street. Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on the Potomac River S.\1t Water Bathing, Fishing and Crabbing Steamer St, Johns Saturday 6.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 SEASON TICKET 1.00 Fare: Rcardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. je:! ::ni SCHEDULE & Steamboat Go. Effective May!?. 1010. Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria at ? ? m. on Mon? day and Wednesday.for Parham's Point and lower rivei landings. Return early Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Saturday at a a m, for Nomini and inter? mediale landings, returning Sunday :i 1 ????t 8 p. m. Steamer "Wakefield." ? ? ve Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday atO a, m. for SMrt's wharf and all Inter? mediate landings. Returning leaveWirt's wharf ai C a m. the following day and ani\ log al Alexandria about ? p. to, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, it oft 'atneroii Stt. Telephone ? ?oit lvr ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Orders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure, tasdiciously palata? le, clear as^ifystal. Ol IHK Cameron and Vidoii streets. Alexandrin. Bell Telephone No. 51. jyi- u .Taf T?iish^SSi %at#in?na (feazette. ITBl.lslIl.I? UAH.? ??? TBI-WEEKLY. AT GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 812 PRINCE STREET. [Enteredatthe Postoffleeof Alexandria. Virginia, as second-elass matter.] Tkhms: Daily -1 year, |&0?~ <', months, 12.60; ?, months, 11.25: 1 month.4:! Denti ? week, io cents. Tri-weokly 1 year. JfcOO: (; month". ILfiO: :t month-:. ;:, cent?: l month, J."> '?cuts, 'outrait advertisers will not be allowed to exceed their space unless the ? i- paid for at transient rates, and under no circumstances ? ill they be allow?! to advertise other than their legiti? mate business in the space contraete?! for. R?solutions in raemorlam, of thanks. tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persons,unless of public ooneem, will be printed in the papar as advertisements. FATAL i:\DlM. OV DKBAl (II. ? night of revelry ami debauch elid? id at ?????, l'a., yesterday morning in tile discovery ?! tlie dead bodies of Benjamin Hughes, aged :!">, of Eliza? beth, N. .[.. a machinist in lin- Central Railroad simps at that place, and Mrs. Mary Kirkendall, aged 48, ol Rayonne, N. .1., wi'e of Rinaldo Kirkendall, Hughes and Wilbur Ross went to Kast nii yesterday to visit .lohn Schweitzer. Subsequently Mrs. Bchweitser, mother of Mrs. Kirkendall, and the latter'i sister, Mrs. Jennie Seit/., of Phillips burg, N. J.. came to the bouse. There was drinking, and at midnight Hughes and Mrs. Kirkendall, Boas and Mrs. Beits went io a house on south Bitgraves street. Yesterday morning when Mrs, Seitz awoke and did not lind the other couple moving about she opened the door of their room and found it filled with gai and tin? couple apparently suf focated, Physicians were summoned and they pronunced the woman dead. ????-y found signs of life in the man, but after two boms' work gave up. Hughes leaves a widow and a six-year old daughter. Mrs. Kirkendall did not live with her husband. Hughes and Mrs. Kirkendall had never nut until Saturday. The gas bad been turned on :i, iiileiiially. itisiiop VAS DB \ ?\ i:h. lit. Rev, Augustus Van de Vyver. Bishop of the Catholic diocese of Vir? ginia, will .-ail from New York to? morrow for a pilgrimage !?> Rome and a general tour of Europe, Included in the party will In? several hundred Knights of Columbus from various parts of the country. T'ie lour will b?? under the Spiritual guidance of Bishop Van de Vyver. One of the principal features of the? trip across the Atlanti?.? aboard the specially chartered steamer Pannonia, of the Cuuard bine, will In? a daily mass cel? ebrated by the bishop. Among the places to be visited are Gibraltar, Qenoa, Naples, Pom? peii, Koine. Florence, Venice, l'adua. Milan, Lucerne, Munich and Ober* aniniergau, where the pilgrims will witness the Passion Day as depicted by the peasants of the Old World village. Excursions will also be made to Prance, England and Ireland. At Rome the pilgrims expect to In? granted an audience by the pope, if be is in good health. Th.- party will return to America the latter pari of September. Investigating Criminology. Paris, July is.?Relieving that the finger prints, the profile and full face photograph! and all die minute de SCriptiohs of criminals in bis famous measurement system are incomplete. Dr. Jacques Bettilloo the crimino logist. is engaged in completing a classified and graduated table of all the colors of the human hair. In this way. Dr. Bcitillon believes that no man wanted by the police can escape The Inns of the human hair change with the counties, for what is consider? ed fair in foutbern eo?utrfcs would be callefa dark in tin? northern lends. For that recsOfl the indefinite statement thai a criminal's hair is "light " or dark has proven a great setback in apprehending felons. It is to remedy this and remove all possible cbancc or misconstruction of words that Dr. Bor? iinoti iv laboring. The collection of hair, when gather? ed from every country in the world will be classitled BS a graduate?? scale of shades, and each shade will receive a numeral, so that instead of saying a mtn's hail is light, the police will, in futon?, give it a number. PKOHIHITIOX IN ???? ????. Prohibition bas split the two old parties wide open in Nebraska, and while there is no prospect that a third party will stand the ghost of a show in electing a single candidate for office, yet there is no telling what planks tin? anti-saloon sentiment may place in the platforms of the democratic and republican parties at the state conven? tions which will Ik' held on July 26. The prohibition party leaders have is? sued instructions to prohibitionists all over the stale not to place candidates in the tield, but to attempt to secure the nomination by both the democratic and republican partiel of candidate? with prohibition leanings. William J. Bryan ?S making the fight of bis life for the county option brand of prohibi? tion, but in the county convention Sat? urday he was decisively beaten. One will die and two are badly scald? ed as the result of the blowing out of a lioiler tube at station No. :'. of the Rochester Railway ? Light Company on the river Mats at Rochester, ?. Y., Saturday. The building WM partly wrecked by the explosion. I.AHOK AMI CHRISTIANITY. "The amelioration of conditions as tliey now exist in labor circles, can be attained only through acknowledg? ment of Christ, the friend of the lu.rk ingman and the friend of humanity.'' PUDDINGS made from Jell-0 ICE CREAM Powder Are the easiest made and most de liciousi'verservedby the tassi cooks. Simply stir the powder into milk, boil a few minutes, and it's done. Anyone can do it. Directions printed on the package. Ice Cream made from Jell-0 Ico Cream Powder costs only one cent a dish. Flavors : Tianilla, Strawberry, Lemon, Chocolate, and Unflavored. Mi Groo?!*', 2 paefc-wes 25 coni ?. Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Ad Thc Genesee Pore Food Co., Le Roy, ?. Y. Cbc sac This, the closing sentence in an address delivered by Mr. Robert K. Lee, at? torney for the Federation of Labor, at an open-air meeting in Baltimore last night, under the auspices of Central Methodist Episcopal Church South, was but one of a number of strikim: sentence- delivered by him. He de? cried child labor and non-attendance at church of the average workman, and deelared that success cat; h?? had only by the amalgamation of the churches and the labor organisations. Rev. C. D. Pulla, oditorof the Baltimore South? ern Methodist, gave the beliediotioll at the close of the service. Three men were injured but none seriously near Qm nsburg, Pa..Saturday when three cars of an extra freight were derailed, as a result il is thought, of a broken wheel Karl Otreelee, SO, of Newcastle, Pa . -uttered a crushed knee It was necessary t?? amput?t?? the leg. _ ' Suits against three railroads cover ing ilo alleged violations of tin? "twenty eight hour" law passed to prevent cruelty to animals while in transit,wen? Tilled in Pitt-burg, Saturday by I nitid States Attorney Jordan in the fedeial circuit COtirt lure. If the road- are convicted, lined aggregating *70.o00 will Ih? as? The plant of the Ebrei Magnesia Manufacturing Company al Pori Ken? nedy, near Morristowu, Pa., was de? stroyed by tire Saturday. The I? 1250.000. _ vt inter Meme- Folder? gsas? I;?I*>? Ii?? ? It ?- suggested that any of our readers who desire to entertain ??.arder- tor the ensuing winter months fttmlsk Mr. L. s. Brown,General Agent, southern Pail wax. 703 Fifteenth street northwest, Washington, l>. <'.. immediate Informa? tion as to name of resort, poetofflce ad? dress, at or near what station, What dis? taine l'ioni station, conveyance from station in house, number of guests,; terms per day, week and month. We all would be pleased io -ce the country lull of boarders next winter ami would be glad If this notice will Induce Increased.iber of persons who will accommodate them for the coming win? ter montba This Information should reach Mr. Brown not later than August Las the folder goes In press on August 3,and any requests received Inter than the 1st will not be able to be inserted. FIFTY YEARS' T?XPERIENi l. "I AN (d.I) XI I!SK. Mr?. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is tin? prescription ol' one of the best female physicians and muse-, in the United States, and hi- been used lor fifty j ears With never lading success by million- ol mothers for their children. It relieves the ehilil from pain, cur.- diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind colic. By giving health to the child it .ests the mother. Twenty-five cents a bottie. SCHOOLS._ St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls ? u \i:i.oi ii;-vn.i.i . V.\. open- September 20th, Pull ceros of teachers -Preparatory and Aoademii Department?, Music, Languages, Art. Mi-s MARY HYDJEDU VAL, JeUStn Principal. Episcopal High School Near Alexandria. Va. FOR BOYS. The72ndrear open- SEPTEMBER >. G?! ? Catalogue sent L. M. BLACKFORD, LL. !>.. Principal. A. K. HOXTON, 1!. ?.. Jyl2d-tw2m AssonlaUi Principal. Appalachian Imposition, Knnxilllr, Tenu., Sept. I'i-Ort. \1. Greatly reduced tares account above occasion on sale via Southern Railway Sept. lu to (?et. 12, Inclusive, from all principal Virginia points, Including Washington, D. G Final limit net. la, ( all on nearest agent or write L s. Brown cenerai Agent, 70515th street northwest Washington, D.C. for full particular about fares, schedules, etc Refrigerator Weather The first cost is the least, result is what we give in Refrigerators. We can refer you to users of the Eddy and Baldwin Re? frigerators. Our satisfied custom? ers speak for us. M* Ruben & Sons? eoi KING STREET. ONE BARREL G,Wm.RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewhere. G. W. RAMSAY. GINGER ALES. 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. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. FINANCIAL (?????.???! ?.. ???t??, MB,Hawlow President \ ice President First National Bank Ail.? \MH;i \. Y.v. Designated Depository of the United States. CAPITAL.?100.000 SURPLUS AM? UNDIVIDED PROFITS.S17.-..000 Directors: <;. L ??????, M. 11. BARLOW, O. K. WARFIELD. .1. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS, P. BAER.JR., FRANCIS L. sy ?. ESTABLISHED ??NE Burke & Herbert Modemly equipped for banking in its various branches. Deposites received subject to check at sight Collections made on all points High-grade Investment securities bought and sold. Letters of (redit and Foreign Fx change furnished, safe Deposit Boxes for rent, A Savings Department in which in? terest Is allowed on deposita W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192._ VIRGINIA?In the Clerks ofiii.f the Corporation Court of the City <>t Alexandria, on the 11th day of July, KM" .lohn Howard Ilichardson vs. Delia Rlehardson. in ehaneery. Memo. The object of this suit is to oli? tali) for the complainant an absolute dir voree from the defendant on the ground of wilful desertion and abandonment for more than three years prior to the Institution of this soft, and for genera! relier. It spinellila by an affidavit tiled in this cause that 'the defendant, Delia Richard-,,n. ? a non-resident of this suite : It Is Ordered: That said defendant aj> pear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what Is tiece-sarv to protect her Interest in this suit, and that a Copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Oasette,a newspaper published in the City of Alexandria, once a week for font successive weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court House of this city. A copv? Te-te. NE YELLS. OREEMAWAY, Clerk. Litarles Ben?heim, p. q. jyll w4w-m 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 to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAM M EL CAFE ? o I ? ?' . . . . -^?? Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L MOO! HE. Pressent GEO. E. WARFIELD. Csshier M. B. BARLOW. Vicf-Pre?iJent J. J.GREEN, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loaos and Investment?, |884,48?.80 G. ft bonds. 125X00.00 Banking House. 73,201.61 Due from Banksand Pe serve Agent-. 98.104.41 ( :i-h. 44,553.00 ?. Per Cent Fund. 3,400.00 338.42 LIABILITIES Capital.$100,000.00 Surplus and Profits. 185,522.51 Circulation. ?,T??.00 Deposits. 842,299.90 Other J.?abilities. 1,416.01 11,228,898.42 . This bank with its ample capital and surplus. Iti adequate equipment and facilities, solicit- the accounts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and Individuall on the Is t terms consistent with sound banking. NO account too large to be handled satisfactorily; none too small to be Appreciated. For Rent 612 King Street, Fine ?tore room. $37.50 319 King street. Large store room. $25.00 301 Cameron street. Store and dwelling. $25.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. $20.00 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. $18.00 c street, room brick $15.00 1011 Duke street. 7 room brick. For Rent ?42 7 King Street. Second floor office rooms. $15.00 427 King street. Third floor office rooms. $14.00 1923 Duke street. 6 room frame and bath. $14.00 1101 Prince street. 7 room brick. $12.00 312 south Henry street. 6 room frame. $7.00 621 south Patrick street, 5 room frame. $.700 Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS Otterburn Lithia and Mag? nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep? sia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tes? tify to its great merit. Fraflk Warfield, _Druggist._ WF.kk K.vi.ib ?t.??G" Local week end tickets Washington to Somerset, Warrenton. Barriaoaburg. Iilupinont and Intermediate station? -old on Saturday-and Sundays, valid for re? turn on Monday at very low fares, will be placed on sale bv Southern Railway at Washington.!). ('.' beginning SATUR? DAY, May 28th, and continuing until October 2, "inclusive. L. ft BROWX, General Agent*, John p. Roauraow, One. ft Km area President. Secretary. ia Fertilizer and MAXrFAt.TfRERS OV Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fertiliser and Chemical C'o.'s Products. Capacity: 50.?0? tons per annum. Princess ?Street and Potomac Hiver Wharf. Alexandria, Virginia. 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 Ring 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. Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car ember we, ?our own town people, stand back of the ears we sell, maklup. menta and looking after the cars generally l'orati indefinite period ol ?side-in an '-Overland" von gel simplicity, durability, comfort and the ular car in the world, l'houe us and lettUS show you this masterpiece C Myers Brothers, 115 ?. Pitt Street Heine all adjustm time. I'.i most popul; A Big Smoke isn't a bit more enjoyable if you burn a bill to light your cigar. It's the quality and make ot the cigar that gives en? joyment. WE MANUFACTURE CIGARS that give satisfaction the year round. They are uniform in size and quality. Get a box and when it's up get another. See that every Plantation Cigar ia stamp? ed Hamilton & Co HAMILTON &, CO 323 KING STREET. FOR RENT S17 Prince street.$t? 50 120 ?. St. Asa ph. street . IS <H> 1128 link?? street. 16 on l?- ?. St. Asapli street. 14 00 218 X. Pitt street. 11 00 ?11 8. Henry street. 1(? 0(1 ?27 N. Henry street. 10 GO 880 Commerce stress:. s 50 828 Commerce street. 8 00 121 S. Alfred street. 7 G?? 810 Wilkes strani. r? on ?O? Wilkcs street. (J (Kl Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. Your Watch Will Never Keep Cor? rect Time if it needs cleaning. Most likely that's the reason it has been losing1 time lately. Step in and let us look it over. We are experts in watch repairing". All our work is guaranteed, and our charges are always (he lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. sw BELL PHONE 34? =_ .#i If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE i? what you want. Also try some of our .fin? Imported Wine? and [Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streets. Both Phoxuj.