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ALEXAND1UA, VA., TUESDAY EVEXIXG. JULY 19, 1910
PIIK'E 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXL-^NO. 169 Ladies! S? Money Md K,epi? - Style by Reading McCall s Magazine and Uiiog McCall Patterns MtCdl't ??|ulM***| lsLly al a mo ezpeBMby k???iBf you yostetl "" i:'? latest fasblons In c-lotbei aud li Sow fluMon l>eslgns in oach la*M aluaMo Infonnatlun ,n all bomc aud por jjonal niatiers. unly 60c a ypar. iDrludliiE a freo patttll (or frt-o MBpl* copp. McCall Mbm ?IU nsbtorM lomtkj ownbome.withyourowi.han youmlf and cblWren wblcb wll ' mdflt Price-non?blfberibaul5 -.?ii,i fot ftae Pitiwn i I We WiH Gir* Y.? Hh PrMt.t. ?W ntl ns ainong your frlencl ? !' ??b l nz TIE BcfAU COXPANT. 239 ? 249 W?t 3M ?.. NCW PME HTEAMER8 Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo. Kvt r\-il.i\ in tlic vear fnr FOTt Mon ?..>r| , Newporl Newi and polnta vla auperb, powerful itael palaoe ttcaraen*. Learc \VaauIi?gU>n.6.45i> m.i Leave Alexandria 7.00 i>. 'i>. Arrlrc l'i. Monroea 7.00a, m. i'c Koi i >lk 8.00a. in. ? ! 111. mouth 5.00 i?. in. Lravp Korfolk 6.00 |i. in. Leave l-'i. Monroe :.<?> p. m. Arrive Alexandria 6.30 a. na. Arrive Waahlngton T.OOMm. Throuzli oonnectlona mado at Norfolk wiih uteuniprs of the Old Domlulon st??iimhii>('oiii|'aiiy rorXow lorkaml ,.,.1 Miner's Wfeamanlpi for Bosrton. ... ... v, ... Oenernl Tiekel OlBee, 72014th St.N,\\. Dond Btiilding. Washington, P. < ? Phoue M dn \rax ,,..-? Serenth str< pI wharf. I'hone Main 3700. Mexandria wharf fool of Prlneeatreet. W. II. CALLAHAN, apri ivr Oeneral PanengerAgent Maryfand Delaware and Vir ginia Railway BPKIXG BCHEDULR Bteameraol thlii llne leave Alexandria on midafter May i->. IMO. Everj MOXDAY, WEPXESDAY and " s \ II i:UA V i' 4S3U p. in. POn nALTlMOKE \N'I> ALL THE VHV VL IUVER LAXPIXGS. Cuialne nnd appolntiiicntu unexeelled. Preiffht for Baltiinore, Phlladclphia and NV? Vork aolleited and handled wlth care. Througta ratea and ?> >' 1 -; ol lading lasued. . Slnglclareto Balthnore, 12.50; round trip. fp.-*i; staterooina. <>nt' ?:>.v- tl-M. Moals.ftOP. UEARDON a <; IHMES. ^gent?, Poot ofCameron itreet Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on thc Potomac River Salt WaKr Bathing, Fishing and Crabbtng Steamer St Johns Saturday b.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. T" DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 rare: season ticket j.oo Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Strcet. ji-:i :iin SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. Bflbotlve May9, 191ft Steamer" CapitalCity." Leavcs Alexandria :it 6n, m. on Mon ,h\ -in.I \\ pdnpsday for Parham'a Polnl ?nd lowpr rlver landinga. Return early W.Mlnr-.i:i\ and Priday mornlng. Leave Batimiav a*t5>a m, for Xomini and Inter. ii.,-.li:ii.; Inndlnga, returnlng Sunday Ulxlllt ") p. 111. Steamer "Wakefield." I e?veSunday,Tueaday andThuraday ?u''i in. for Wlrt'n wharf and :>ll Inter-1 nipdi.ttc tandinga. Returnlng leaveWlrt'a ulmii' :ti 15 a, in. thc followingdayand arriving at Alexandria ptbout 4 p. 'i?. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, ? ! of Camoron Btreet TelephoneXa 'A_"?" '>?' ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Ordera a Spcdalty. Mico Water Exceptionally purc. delieioualy palata ble. elea/ a< crystal. OPFICE Cameroa ?'>(l Cnlon atreeta, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. iyl.Mf rJ(adbeater'aguaranteedCher.'y Cough Reniedy to cure eougha. \V>- lon't -<iy or voiir naonay baeV beeauso there a no n'eeo. lt euret; i^o bottle. IM'KT.IsHKD DAII.V ANDTRI-WEKKLY AT OAZETTE BUH.DIXO. 380 aml 813 PRINCE STREET. [KnUTfl attlie I'ostofflce of Alexandria, Yirginia. H s,'coiid-elass matter. TkBMb: Daily- 1 ye.ar, 86.00; ?; monthfc, 82.60; 9 montlis, 11.Zt: 1 month,43 centw 1 wi't-k. 10 eaata. Tri-weokly?I year, 83.00: ? months 81.00: 3 montlis. H ceuts: 1 inonth, 28 eanta ,. , iontnot advertiseis \vi!l not be allowed to exeeed thelrapaceunlesa the. is paid for at trnnsieiit r.Ues. and under iio clreumstanoee wlU tbey beallowajl to advertise otlier than tlieir lejfiti nnteburiMM >? theapaee eootnteteu for. , , , Reaolutiona i" meraortam. of tnanaa, tributeaofreapeot, reaolutiona adopteu hv aooletiea <>r peraona.unleaa ofpubllc ooneera, will i>e prlnted l> tho paper ..K-.Tti-.'incntN. ANNAKS OP C8UHB2. Evidontly murdered for iii.y wlii'li he carried <>n his peraon, the body of II. F. Zaohario was found in the loft of a barn in tlie out-.skirts of Roanoke, Va., yeeterday. There waa a wedge-shaped wound in bk he?d A negro with wfaom Zachario bad quar reled i^ mkeing. Zachario was about 50 yeara old. He wore two pairs of troueera, and when the police rtripped the body they found $612 aewed up in m, in pocketa iu tbe lega of the undor jiair. It was beliered tbal li?' carried quitc a simi also in hil oiiter pocketa, and tbal thu was secured by bk slaycr. Hc lived alone in a tmall hottae, aml was beard t<> aay recently thal be ?rould ii?.t baretowork mucb longer, aa lie was goiug tobuy n fann and pay the ca?b forit. Tbc woinan ahol by Charlei W. Rigdon in Chicago Priday afternoon jiiM before Ridgon died frora a bullet wound, said \<> have been aelfinfhVted, haa been identifled aa Mra. Anna Theresa Young, eatranged wife of i Alexander Young, a Philadclphia | lawyer. Mra. Young'a akter, wbo waa with Mra. Young at the timethe ihoot ing occurred, and whohai maaquerad ed aa "Miaa Mary Wibon" rinee then. ii nlUa .Mary Turner. Mka Turner nniil recsntiy lived in Waahington, l>. C. The mother ol the two aromen is Mra. Oacai Turner, fonnerl) of Waahington, !>. C. JeaJouay, Mra. Young declarod, eauaed the ibooting. A doublc tragedy i?horked the pcoplfl of Oxford, N. C, yeaterday when <?ti> Brown, the youngeat ?on ?>f the late J. s. Brown, i.i i fory of rage, ihot hi.s gteprootheT and then killed himaelf. The Btepmotber bad refuaedto z\\f bim ononay. Ilra. Brown may reooret from har wound. i B. Brown diedaeveral yean ago, and U-ft an eatata valucd at $40,000 to Mra. Brown during her lifo tinic. Bbe bad been geiieroua in advanciBg money to young otis Brown, wliu was just over 21. Having advamvd him $1,000 recently, ihe was ilow to grant the demand be made yea? terday and the tragedj followed. Tho tnan wbo was murdtitd inai Romney, \V. Va., on Baturday laet,baa been identifled m ?>. W. Kake, aged ::4 yeara, uomarried .m*l forroarly ? reaident of Meroaraburg, Pa. Beveral montlis ago, Qeorge Ptetohet and his fainily. conaiating of a wife and tbrae children, moved from Merceraburg to one of the fruit orcharda three milea areal of Romey. Fletcbei atated tbat he moved his family from the Penn ?jivania town to ?t-t rid of Btake, wbo was paying attentiona to bii wife in the lattei plaoe. Afur Blake found the Fletd?er family near Ronuney, heperauadedthena to taki- him aaa boarder. It is alleged thut trouUe in the family was of frequenl occurrence be cauae of Blake'i attentiona to Mra. Fleteher. On Friday night uuri the trouble itarted afreab, laating until 4 o'clock in the morning, and ending by Fleteher ordering Blake from the houae. Blake bad been drinking. He became abuaive, knocked Mra. Flafecher down and threatened to ihool Fleteher got hi- ahotgun and flred, killinf? Blake. Fleteher is under arreat Albert Sprague, aged .".7. a farmer, was murdered in bed Bunday nig!:t While a-leeti witli hi.- wife and two children at his bome near Qreenburg, Ind., Mra. Sprague nyathatahejwaa awakened about midnight l>y the re porl of a .-hut, and called her hpaband. ReceWing no anawer ahe reached orei to ahake him and found bim dead. Bbe called Ben NoWe, a farm employe, vho oocupied an upatairi room, but for a time he did DOt answer, and >he went to tha kitcben where ihe found her buaband'i ibotgun in its accua tomed place, bul warm and imoking. Bhe nnally g?>t Noble to notify tbe neighbora. Koblc waa arreatcd. While ramonatrating with i group nf aeven foreignera wbo was tighting in front of hi-< bome in McKeea Rocks, Pa., during Bunday night Megro Botnar, 11 yeara old, waaahot dead l>>- mie of the nieii. Botnar'i wife and five children were witnesse.^ of the Blaying, and his 11-year-old BOO Peter proTed a hero by daahing at top after the ileeing foreignera, cauaing the arreat <>f two "f them. Carl J. Qy, aged ^."> abot, and killed his wife. AHce Donaldaon Heckert Cly. aged 27, in Golumbus, Ohk>., lay. and then shot himaelf through the right hmg. Mra. Cly said tohare forroerly lived in Phila delphia. Jealousy is the alleged canse of tbe shooting. TIIII.K MASCll III UW, Maaqoeradtng as a woman, Jerry Kewman is said to bave aucoaedad in robbiag Omaha, Hab., reaadancoi of more than *.">,(KX) worth of property witliin the past two weeks. Xewman, howaver, met hil Waterlooat the home of Frank J. Bradley, where ba was detected in the aot of atealing a pocket book eonUiining $80. As an applieant 1 as a n.'at-appe.iring woman, Xewman would eall at the homea of well-to-do lamilies, hav* an interview witli the wonian of thehouae, makc a survey of the surrouuilings, looat? the rnineblea and the foll.nving night retarn and do the roUbing. At Nnwman's ruom werefniinil ail niati ner ofdunruiaee, ?nefa u vearing ap pare), wiga, f.''Is" nair :llltl dieanae. 1? the enme room, In tmnks. wu foood a large quantity pf Jewelryjflmwnfi an<J Otbei kinds of pltitider. LABCB \PPI.r. CROP. Boyera tei etraniiaeion booaea in Kew YurU, Cbicago, Boeton, Philadel pliia and other largedterihuttag centen trnreKng in the Dorthweetetn aad Paciflcetateaeatimate thnl 15,000eari of from 9.600,000 to 10,000,000 boxei of applea suitaMa for enetern mnrketa will bcahipped froniorrhardiin Waeh* ington, OaKfornia, Cotorado, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and I't.ih tfaia aaaeon. It is alao aatimated tbat betweeu three and fout tbouaand oafi will l?' required to auppiy tbe domeetk and ?aropean trade. The markei raJne <>f the crop in the eeveral atatee is placed at f roen #27.(XK),ooo to t2<,>,000,000 al preeenl pricee. A dhgMUefa fnmi Puerto Phtfa, Bento Domingo, aaya the dJa?ppe?rance d Domtnican chiMren near the Haitian frontiet bai been expleined by thc confeaaion ofa HaWanwommn thaj the murdered them. aating four. Thki African cannibal practice is pretaJenl in Haiti. _ UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following i>:> llal ol the letl niaining In the Alexandria, Va., i'i>*t lofltee qp t?..liily !<:. 1910: Ulen, Flelen Kthan Pewlgbt, P Baker.Jaa Diggea. Marla Beander, ll Poor.Jaa Thoa Bell. Alea A Son Bdwarda, Mh M Bettsou. Luej Ponea, Mra Mat Birjak, Lovrena Pord, K B Bouldlng, Walter Porney A Co Brice. .1 K Garvej Richard Brown, Jaa Gayena, Mra Ida Brown, J L Gray, John n Brown,Oneria Grayley, Harriaon Buekley. Patriek Green, India i arter, Jlm Gueaaant l W Chanibcra, Graee Hall, Bdw I. ( laiKiore, Emma M Halveraon, II L Colrelt, Ed Harria, Mra Martba (,?,!.. Mr liaaklna, Poynia Coo|>er, B N ilaalup, l*wls II Cnrncal, Mra Mary Ubward, Mr Covan, K M Jaekaon, Arthur |>amey, MraJuIln Johnaon. Jaek Dean, Mra Jonea. Randolph L DeLanter.MraMaria Potomae C'orn Co Deloateh.J A Bchrnidl .v (Jo fvataon, Rolierl Thoroaa J. A. EGGBORX, Poatmaater, Hintcr Heaeea afolier, Beaaaai mio-nxi it Is auggeated tbat any ofour reeders 1,-imdeairetoentertain boardera fortbe enauing wlnter inoniba furulah Mr I . s. Brown, Geneml Agent. Boutbern Rail wav. 706 l 111.-.? 11ii. atreet nnrthwest, Washington. P. t\, immedJate Informa tlon aa to narne of reaort, poatofBee ad dreaa, at or near what atatlon, wnal <iis tanoe from itation, oonveyanee froni atatlon to bouae, number <d' gaeata, terma per day, week and month. \\,. ail irould be pleaaed to aee tin country lull of boardera aext wlnter and wouldbeglad ifthla noafoe will Induoe inereaaed nuuiber of peraona who will accommodatethem fortl.omlng wnv ter montha This InformatloD ahould reach Mr. Brown not iater tban Auguat l.aathe folder goea to preaa on Augual 3,and anr requeata reeelved Iater tban the lat will not be able to be Inaerted. FI1TY VKAK.S' K.M'I BIEN0V "I AX OLD Nl KsK. Mrs. \\ insluw'sSootbing BymplaUte preeoripttoa of one or tbe ix^t fonjale physiciaiis and nnrsts in the I'nitcil Statea,andbaa been uaedtorflfty yoars with nerer-talllng aueeeaa bj nrilUona oi motherafbrtbeir eblldren. ii reiterea tbe BhlW from pain. ciir.'s iliarrlioca. griping in tbeboweto, aad wind roiie. By k'ivint,' luallli to tbe fchild it rcsts tho mother. Twenty-flve oents a bottlo. BCHOOL9. St. Anne's Episcopal SgIiooI for Girls ClIM'.l.dl 11NV11.I.1-. V.v. Opena Beptornbet 90th. Pull ecffpa of teaehera Preparatory amt Aeaderale PepartmenU, MuaJe. Languagea, Art. Miv, MARY HVDK DI \'AI.. JeloSm I'lincipal. Episcopal High School Kear Alexandria, Va, Foli BOYft Tbe 72nd year qpeni BEPTEMBER 28, 1910, Oatalogua aent L M. BLAJDKFOBD, LL. !>.. I'lincipal. A. R, HOXTON, W. A.. jvu (i-uv jmi Aiaoeiate Prinelpai Ipaalaenlaa Bxpoalttoa, Kn?x\iilc. Te.Se|.t. IS-Oet, VI. Greatly redueed fcrea aeeount abovo oceaaion on aaie vla Bouthern Rallway Bept l" t'i Oct 12, Ineluaive, fromall principal Vlrginta pointa, Ineluding VVaabington, D. C. Pfnal llmil * ?<-1. I& < ail on neareal innt >>r arrite i- s- Brown (ieneral Agent. TO515th atreet nortbweat Waahington, !>.('.. for fnll partleulaia aiioiit farea, achedulea, <nt 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 satisfied custom ers speak for us. M, Ruben & Sons* 601 K1NG STREET. CNE BARREL RfTI G,Wra. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea 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. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. riNA.W! Al. GrAwnwwa u Boorant, j M. B. Hablow I'resideuL | Yiee I'residelit First National Bank AUnAKMIA, Y v Dcsijjnated Dcpository of the United States. E8TABLI8HED \<^. Burke & Herbert Modernly equtpped for banklng In its varioua bianefaea. Depoaltea reeelred aubjeet to oheek at alght Colleetfouaraadaonall pointa iligli-gr.ido Inreatment KMurittaa bought and sold. I.etter-; of i'r.'dit and Foreign Kx ebange nirnlahcd. Safe Depoalt Boxeaforrant .\ Bavlnga: Department in which in tere-t ii aflowad on dapoafta. W. H. PECK Paync and Quccn Strcets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Spccialties: Lime, Cement, Naiij, Giass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192._ VIIMMMA. In the Clerk/a Offlee ??( tbe ' orporation ( oiirt of the < itv i>f Alevaadria. oa the llthdayof .hily. fttO Jobn Howard Blenardaoa v? Peiia Rlchardaon. In ebaneary. .Meino. The olijeet of this ault is to Ob tain for the eoinplainant an abaolute di voree from the defetldnnt on the gltHUld of wilful desertioii ;uid aliandonmeiit formore than three yeara prtor to the Inatltution of thla stii't. aad for general reliof. It appearlng by an afltdavit Btod in thla eauae that the defendant, I'eiu Riohardaon, la a non-reaWent of thla State : it laOrdeiad: That ?Uddefondant ap pearherewlthla flfleen dayaafter due publicaUofl of this oriliT. and tio jrhat is oeccaaary to proteel her intereal in tbla mlt, and that a iopy ,>r thla ord forthwith Inaerted in the Alexandria (fa/ettf.a mw-paper puhlished in ihe < itv of Alexandria. once a wvek for foili sucepssix. u .???kv. and poeted at the front doorof the Tourt Hoiisp of this eity. I copv Teata NK\ KI.I.s OREEKAWAY, Clerk. Charles Beudheini. p. q. jyll w*w-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 RAMMEL CAFE Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. of Alcxandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L BOOTHB, Prc*ident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier M. B. HARI.OW. Vice-PresiJent J. J.GREEN. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BF.NOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loana and [nveatmenta, f*?4,488 90 I . s. Bonda. 125.000.00 Btnltlng Houae. 73,291.61 Due nroni Bankaand Ra serve Agenta. WU04.4I ( :iv|,. 44,553.00 S Pei l ant Pund. MO0.O0 LIABILITIES Capital.J10' ? Surplus and 1'rotits. 185,522.51 Clrcukatlon. 99,600.00 Depoatta. 942.299.H0 Other l.iahilitios. 1,418.01 $1 ,228388.42 Thla bank with Itaamplecapitalaad aurplua,ita adaquata e<tuipm<*nt and facllltlea, aoliaita theaeoountaof nsaaufaaturafi, wholaailara, rotaiUr* and Indh Iduala on tbe i>esi terma eonalataat with aouad banklng. No aoeount too fauge to be handled aathdaetorlly; nona too amaii to ha appraelated. For Rent 427 King Street. Second floor ofTice rooms. $15.00 42 7 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 For Rent 612 King Street. Fine store room. $37.50 319 King street, Largc store room. $25.00 301 Cimeron street. Store and dwclling. $25.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. $20.00 > Royal strc rooms bricl $18.00 1011 Duke street. 7 room brick. $15.00 Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep sia. Indigestion, Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tei> tify ro its great merit. Frank Warfield, _Druggist._> wkkk EKD TIClU&nC Utaal araah ead Ueketa Waablagton to Homenei, Warrenton. Darriaonburg. Blueraont and IntermeahUe atetiona soM nii naimdaja and snndays. raltd forta* tum on Mond.-iv at vrry low fares. will be njaied oa aale by Southera Radlway at Waabiogtoa.D. ('.. baginning SATUR liAY. Ma.v 28th, and coutinuing until October 1, inelasivo. L. & BROWN, Oeneral Agenv Johx i'. Boanansost, Gbo. s. Psunrcw, Ident Oaeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and MAM'K.Vl-ri'RKRS OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria PartillrarandCbeeniaal co.'s Piodusta Capacity: 50.000 tons p?r annum. Princesa Streat and Potomac River Wharf. Alaxandria, Virginia. Tjjj.ijXkTTTTTT^TT"TninnTTTTIIiI1AAUa"*11I^j of Alexandria, Virginta CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. J. C. Smoot Worth Hulfish M. A. Ahern 'DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield Jas. W. Roberts Carroll Pierce Urban S. Lambert The Citirens' National Bank has been directly identified with the mercantile. raanufacturing. and jobbing interests of Alexandria for forty years. and. with its largc capital. ample surplus. conservative directorate. progressive managemcnt and convcnient location, is equipped to satisfac torily handle new accounts and to accord them that same courteous at tention which has been a vital factor in its steadfast and continuous growth. TTiittiirriiiijgiJxrTiTTTTiiirgiirr Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car timc Rosldea Ih an "Ov.rtntK'" v.mi ^t RiwpHclty, durabTllty, comfbrt and the ruoftt poptuar r*r in the wo.M. Phoae ua and In u- ahoB yon thla mastnpiee, Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street 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 joyment. I MAfilUFACTURE CIGARS that give satisfactiou the year round. They are unifonn in size and quality. Get a box and when it's up get another. See that everyPlantation Cigar is stamp ed Hamilton 4 Co HAMILTON & CO 323 KING STREET. FOR RENT S17 Prinoaatreet.122 50 120 N. Bt. Aaaphatraet. 18 00 1123 Duke atred. 16 00 118 X. Bt. Aaapb itreet. 14 imi 218iN. Pitt street. 11 00 .'.11 s. Renry itreel. lo 50 627 X. Henry street. ]d 60 880 Commaroa atraal. 8 50 328 Commerce atraal. 8 00 421 B. Alfred street. 7 .">c 810 WTlkeaatreet. "> <h? 606 Wilkea atraal. 6 <*> Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. Your Watch Will NeverKeepCor rect Timc if it needs cleaning. Most likely that'sthe rea.ion it has been losing time lately. Step in and let us look it over. Weareexperts in watch repairing. All our work is guaranteed. and our charges are always the lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELLPHONE343. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky-the Rigiit Kioti WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try aome of our finc Imported Wines and (Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streata. Both Phones.