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ALEXAXDRIA, VA., THl'IWPAY EVEXIXG, JULY 21, 1010 PKICE 2 CEXTS. VOLUMEICXL-.no. 171 MSCALLS MACAimE Ladies!SaveMoney?i?dKe.p*iB . Style by Reading McCall s Magazine and Uiing McCall Pattenu Mafl ?aaaataawjll ^hly at a iixxlerate cxpenhoby kocpinc YOU pOSK'd M Oj? latest faataions In rlolhos iiid liati. W Lvcw Faabloa Daatcu a caih aluablo Informatk* ,n nll homp and i?'-r jonal maticrs. (mly 6oc a ycar. incluilliic ? frco pattprn. Sub scrlbo trxlay Pf MBd for free sample copy. McC.II Paiitrcs ftrlU nabta Ttn tomakein yonr own bome. wlthyoorown taandacloiblnc'foi : aii.1 rbildrrn wbich mII '>.? pcrb<t . ,ndnt. Prlcr?noneblcberthania cMU Send for free 1'altcrn Cattb.. I rroml md< aab Pwe OD-r. THE BiCALL COUPANY. 2391*M Wol 37iS S!.. M* TORK ^ BTEAMEgg Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo, Kv.Tytin in tlio ycar for l'ort Mon r<>.> Norfolk, NewportNewi and points aouth, vla auperb, poirema sted pWM lera, l., t\,- \Vaahlngton,&45p, BM Leare Alexandria 7.00p. m. Arrlvo l'i. Monroea 7.00a. m. Anivr Norfolk 8.00a. m. Vrrlve Portamonth 8.00a. m. Lcave Portainouth 5.00 p. m, Loave Eorfolk 0.00 p, m. Leave l'i- Monroe 7.00 p. m. ?\ni\r Alexandrla G.30 a. m. Arrire Waahlngton 7.00a.|m. Throuarb connectlona made aj Norfolk Wlth -t.-iun.-r- Of tho Old N-ninnon 8U?amship('ompany IbrNew Yorkand Merehauis'and Mincrt Hteamahlpa b.r pralTI.-kolOfllee.7aD 14th 8tH.W. Uond Bulldlns, Waahlngton, D. < ? Sevcnth stn'*et wharf. Phone Maln 3780. AlexandrLi wharf fool pf frineeatreet. \V. II. CALLAIIAN, a|>rl l.vr Oeneral Paaaenger fcgj "'? Maryland Delaware and Vir ginia Rallway BPKING 8CIIED1 LE. Steamera ot thls Itae leava Alexaadila <.n and after May !?'-. 1910, Evory MOSDAY. WEDNE8PAY and ? BAT1 llli V> al li?p. m. POR BALTIMORK AND AIX THE UHI VL HIVEH I.ANIMNCS CaWnoandamiolntraentauiicxoelled. rht for Baltlmore. Phlladolpnla an?| Now York mlleiti>d and bawlled wlth care. Througli ratea and bllla <>i ladlns lusued. , . . , Slujrlc fere to Balllii rojind ?taterooma, <>n.- iray VKDON & URIMES. A Foot ofOftmeron rtreet Colonial Beach^ The most popular resort on thc Potomac River Salt Water Bathing, FWdng and Crabbing Steamer St? Johns Saturday 6.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. T- DA1LY ROUND TRIP $0.50 rare: season ticket ?.oo Rcardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. jc:: :?m SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. Effeetlve May 9, 1810. Steamer" Capital City." \ Wvpfl ilexandrlaatep. m. <>n Nlon ilav and Wwlnesday for Parham i POlnt and lower rlvor landinga Return early Wediiowlaf and Erlday morning. Leave Baturdav ?l 9 :i m. for Nomlnl and Inter medlate landlnga, returnlng Bunday about 5 i>. in. Steamer "Wakefield." 1 oare Sunday, Tueaday andThuraday Mt9a m. for Wlrt'8 wharf and all Inter modiate landinga. Returnlng leareift irt a wharf at 0 a. in. the followlna; day and arriringal Alcxandrta aboul i p. "'. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Pool ofOameron Street Telephone No. M._|eM lyr ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lot? and Country Ordera a Spccialty. Mico Water Exceptionally purc. deliciously palata blc. clear a? crystal. OFPICE (??inieron and I'nlon ^m-.>tN. Aloxandrla. Bell Telepnone No. 51. jyi-tf 1'' l \<V oum eougha We dontxav noneed. it eurea: *o botUe. WCWUmWD DAII.V AND Tm-WKKKf.Y AT QAZETTE BUILDINO, 810 and 312 PBIXCE 8TREBT. [KiitoredRtthe l'ostofrice of Alexaudrin. Ylrginia, aa sooond-elass inatter.] Ti.km-.: Dailv I vear. g&OO; ?i Btontfa*, 12.50; a montha, ?i.i"<: l month.tn eeana I wci'k. 10 eents. Tri-weckly ? 1 year, 13.00: C monthx $l..Vi: :i months, 7."> cents; 1 inonth, 2o ronts. ' 'ontraot adveitlaera will not he allowcJ to oxoood thoir apaee unloss tho oxooss is pald for at trnnsioiit r.ites. and undcr no elrouinstanoes wtll they be ailowod to advortise othor than Uicir legiti maio luisiiicss la thespaeo eontractod Reaolutiona la meujoriam. of thanks. trlbittwsofrespeet, resolntloiu adopted ]?v sociotios <>r pereona.unless of publio ooaoera, vrill be prtetad i" the paper ax advartJueincnt*. tiii. UOOOV-YOVMG ?MOOTIMC The Rigdon-Young shooting CMfl de veloped sensationa! twists and angh- in Chioago yosterday. A scrious question has ariseii in the niinds of th(! police whethor Charles W. Rigdon really eom mltted loiotde and attemptod the mur dei of Mrs. Ainy Young, alias Mrs. Emma Deufcx, with whom be has been intimatc for years. This doubt M beeed upon the conflicting atoriea ol the tragedy told l>y Mrs. Young and her half-sister, Teresa Tronnom, and the oontradictory statementa made at va rioua timea by John 0. FeUer, the mfl lionaire promoter, in whoae offlcfl the tragedy occurred. The police bavese cured iialf a deceti krre lettera which Mrs, Youngnad written Rigdon within the last montfa and a lengthy epistle in which the reriewed the f<>ur troubled vears of their intimacy and the i . ol the final break. Mrs. Young'a hus band, from whom ahefbad Ihred aparl for some years, was, it a mm believed, Alexander C. Young, ? lawyer, ol Ho boken, N. .). It bai been learaed tfaal Cbarlea W. Bigdon waa afrequent rkritor at lae homeof Mra. Emma Young whenthe latter iived in ? faahionable aection of Washington, a little monj than a jrear ago, Mrs. Young waa known tben aa Mrs. Aimie Young. After liring in Washington tor aboul throe roonthi Mrs, Young Ruddenly disappeared after an excuing episode in %s11*t-11 Rigdon Ogured. Rigdon arriwd ai the honie one night, it ia alleged, and found the placedark. There was noreaponaeto liis repcated rings, and, exaaporatcd, he amaahed all tho vindowa within reach with bia cane. Rigdon disap? peared before the police arrivwd. 8oon afterwarda Mra. Young abandoned tho houae, tearing bor furniture. Rigdon and Mrs. Young are alleged to bare Bgured in another cxciting incident In Washington. One night hewaawaJk ingalongUte atreetwith Mrs. Young, wben they met n negro whom Rigdon thought insulled Mrs. Young. He drew a revolver and ahot the negro. Tho latter waanot badly hurt. Rigdon I arreated. TBUAHT >vin: sTn\x<;i.r.i>. Aftor he lmd rovivod from a faint ing spoll duo to tho ahock of aeeing tho body with its discolored foaturea, If. 8. Hottrioli, a woaltli) bitsinoss man of Plermont, Orange coonty, N, Y.. identified in the Brooklyn morgue yosterday a woman found atrangled to deatb in Brooklyn, aa hw wifo, Ifary, wbo lefl him and bia two children tbree montha ago and disappoarod with $10,000 in caab. Eiettrich, when be tirst aaw his wife'a body, tlirow np hi> handa, ezclaiming, "Mv Qod, it'a ahe!" and thon foll to the tl.? in a faint. "Slio waa my wifo." beexplained, on regaining his senaea. "She lefl oui two children and mo inystoriously. Why she went away we nerw knew, and per hapa novor will. Oh, mypoor child? ren!" cried tho beartbroken huaband. "They cried f??r their mother and bare been inoonaolable erer ainee." Mra, HeUrich waa found murdered in hor rooni. Sho had ovidontly 0090 killed only aftor a deaperate atruggle for life. A chair waa orertttrned, a bottle broken, perhapa on berakull, a table knocked oui oi plaoe, hor bair diaheveled and herdothing tom. Bhe lay on tho lloor with tho iin presaion of ftngera deep in her ncck. The murderer had ovidontly got a tirm grip on hor ihroat and stranglcd hor. Nothing was found in tho room to indieate tho identity of the woman. She was good looking and wore ex penaive dothing. Sho was known to the landlady as Mary Hottrick and al N al Mary Solkncr. Detectirea arreated Bperis TarUmana ker. a Greek frnit dealor. He livos in Brooklyn. He aaid becaUed to aea the woman Monday night. She was tben lying aoroaa tho bod fully dreesed and apparently asloop. He did not wish io wake her, he aaid, and left. He i.s bettlg held as ? matorial witie ?PAWKKD Hl!!i SOX-IX-LAW. Because his son-in-law, Michael J. Francis, aged 30 year9, was not in t)if> boaac by 7 o'dock Toeaday night, as instructed, coniing at 8:30 instcad. John Horan. cd Pittsburg, Pa.. gavo IftchaeJ ? Wating. it is alleged. and_ si-nt liiin to had wi'.liont his supper. Mrs. Francis, who had beon calling on a neighbor, arrhred at nine o'dook, and baaring what had happaned t.> her Imaband atarted a rov, in which the husband joinod, with the resnlt tliat yeeterday morning botb Francis and Horan wore prisoners in the polico atattOB?each with lioantifully markcd facos. for underdircction of his young ariffl Francis had put up a nice fight the sccoud tinio. The polic magistratc dlscharged both, telling Horan to give his hig SHii-in-law niorc latitude in the futiire. Horan protested ugainst interference in his faniily affairs by the police inagistrate and got a rather cold re ceptaon from the conrt ?'Wlun he's not working he's no business trainping tho wlreet.s after 7 O'ctock, and he wont do ao as long as he's under my roof." ahooted Horan. "Ifyou interfere with him again ho Will likoly put you in jail, wheie you wont know what time be eonies bome," aaid the magistrate. ATHKILLIX. KXPIJHIKX i:. Caught in ? torritie storm 00 Chin ooli agtM bey in a nnall gasolino btuneh in which the engine refused t<> turn, GeorgeWhtte andDahaa Rogera, bay nshenpen, and <;.gc Bharpley and JohnSelby, Hving at Franklin City, were swept Oui to sea and neaily lott their livea before they could fix their eiigino. The toui mcii :.!arted f<>r a pleasuie trip and Wete caught in the gtJo. Tl.ngine was of the spark variety. and the watea beal orei the crafl drenching the machinery, and the plug refused to work. Sovera! timea the litlle vossel oamo near swamping. Two of the men kept at the pump, while the othets tried to ropair the en? gine. The men managed to dry tho plug with waste, and piacfog a bood OO it atarted their ho:U back in the teetfa of the storm. By dint of bard work they reached ahore thoroughiy w hausted._ U intor lloiues l-'older, Meason 1910-lfMl It is BUggested tliat anv ofOUI rcadcrs ulio ilcsire to ciiteitain bnardors for the ensulng wlnter montha fumiah Mr. u B. Brown. Qenenl Agent, Bouthern Rall wav. To". FifteentS stteet n?rthwaat, Washington, l>- <'?? Imroedlate Infbrma tlon as to iiaine of resort, postoflee ?d dress. at or near what stailon, what dis tanoe from atatlon, eonveyenoe from station to bouse, number of guoats, terma perday, week and month. Wc ali would be pleased to aee the eountry full of boardera nezt wlnter and wouldneglad tfthla notiee will Induee increased number of peraona wbo will accornmodato thera Ibr the eomteg wln? ter mi.iitlis. Thla InformaUon ihould reaob Mr. Brownnol later than Augusl l.aa the foldergoea t<> preiw on Augnst3,and anv requesta reeeived later than the ist will not be able t" be Inaerted 9CHOOL8. St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls Ch \e.i.oi ii>vii.i.i: V \ Opons Septernber 20th. Pull <-ori>s ol teachers Preparatorj and Academte Departrnonts, Mnsic, Languagea. Art Mis< MARY IIYDR l>l VAL, jelSSin I'rineipal. Episcopal High School Near Alexandria. Va. POR JIOYS. The 72nd year open* 8EPTEM8ER 2S, 1910. Catalogue aent L M. BLACKFOBD. LL. 1>.. I'rineipal. A. K. HOXTON, B. A.. jyij d-tw jm Assoefatte Prlnetpal. _BUILDING MATEBIALB [EST kBLISHED lffi&] HenryK.Field&Co., Bueeeason to JOSiAB li. D. BMOOT. LUMBER andMILL WORK OF ALL KIN'DS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Otteeand Yard 115V. UnJon street. Paetory No. 111 N. Laaattaet Material Dclivercd FREE 10 the city. F0UNDER8 AND M.U'HIXJSTS J. & H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Enfineer and Machiniats' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs. Valvea. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apecialty in repaira to Gaaoline Enginea. Motorcycles and Automobiles. We aolicit your ordera on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:1 514 Evana Buildinf. Phone Main 7324. 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 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. W New Potoma Family Roe Herring, 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. "^2. FINAKCIAI Garmxkh i.. Bdothi-:. | M. B, Haiu.ow l'resi lent | Vice Presidt-nt First National Bank ai.kx uroni \. v \. Dcsignatcd Depository of the United States. CAPITAL.8100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROPITS.817.-..000 Dlreetora: (i. L. BOOTHE, M. R HARLOTf, O. E. WARFIELD. J. F. Ml'lK. WALTER ROBERT8, B. BAER.Ja., FRANCIS L s.\". ESTABLISIIED \K>2. Burke & Herbert Ifodemly equlpped for bankli in its varions hranohc-. Depoatfeaa reeeired aubjeet t? eheek at aight Oolleetlona made <>n all points. Hlgb-grade bareatment aeeuritlei hniight nnd aold Lactera of Credit and Foreign Ex rhangr furnlahed. Safe Deposit Boxea for rent. A Savinps, Dcpartment in which in teresl is allowed on deposit-;. W. H. PECK Payne and Qucen Strccts. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192._ VlHiilMA in the Cterk'a Offlce of the Oorporatioa Coortof the <ity ? Alexandria. on the lltli day of J'.ily. MO .lohn Howanl BJehaidfloa vs. Della RlehardaoB. in ohanoarj. M.ino. The objeet of this suit Is to ol> tain for the comiilainant an ahsolnte di vorce froni the defiiidant on the jjroiind of wlirul descrtion and abandonment for more than three years prior to the inatitutton of this snit, and for fc.-neral relier. It appearlng by an affldavit DJed ln this cauae that the defendant. Della Kiehardson, is a non-resident of this State: tt isOrdered: Tbat said defendant ap pear herc witiiin tiftcen days afler due pubHeatkm of this onler. and do what a necessarv to proteet her Interect ln this suit. and that a eopy or this onler l>e forthwith inaertod in the Alexandria Oazette. a newapaper pubUabed in tho Citv of Alexandria, onee a week for four sueVessive weeks. and posted at the front doorof theConrt House of thiaeity. A eopy?Test. . KEVKLLS. QREENAWAY, tlerk. Cbarles Bendheim, p. q. jyll w4w-m 50c ROMPERS fi 35c Children's Rompers, all sizes and all colors. Reduced from 50c to 35c. $2 Matting Suit Cases at $1.25. Pay half for any Trimmed Hat in the store and some less than half. Children's Lace Caps greatly re? duced. Mennen's Borated Talcum Powder 10c a box. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Stroet, Alexandria, Va. Stop and Think Before You Buy.That Car ? <(,,,,,,!,,? v , \. in- ..V. ii lown i? opie, staml i>aek of the cara we sell, making all aditistnieuU* and tookirig after tho cara generally ibr an Indeflnlte period ol Unie i;, ,i.i, - in an ?dviTlani1" vi.ii <,'et siniiilicity. dtiraliiiity. comfort and tho i.niar mr in lli.- u?>rUI. >'li<.u? us au<l Ict US show you ihis masu-rpi.?.-.?. Myers Brothers, 115 N. PittStreet FOR RENT 817 Prince atreet.122 60 120 N. Bt. Asaph stroet . 1" 00 L123 Duke atreet.?? 16 0<? 111 N. 6t Asaph atreet. 1 * ll(1 218 N. Pitl street. 11 00 511 s. Henry atreet. 1" 50 3-27 X. Henry stieet. 10 50 *80< ommerce atreet. s ?,l) 32SCommerce atreet. 8 00 421 8. Alfred street. 7 50 810 Wilk.ssti-ect. ."> 00 505 Wilkea atreet. ?'? "" Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. OurlMOsummerprteeson Anthraette Coal beeame effeetlre afonday, Ifay 1, Therc hasnever hcon a limo in tho liistorv nl'iiiir l.usinoss when WS I'.-lt tliat we wrrr able to give better raluea In Anthraclte Goal tbaa we oan ihw aeaaon, ai trehav.tnipleted our arraagementa to aecure ourentlre lupply from two m threeofthe very bestcolllorfea in the Antraolte region, and will bavea coal which In uniform in qualtty, woll propaivd. and coal thftt will ftTS far better reSUlta than tho 'iw*Cr;i"v. it i- ourdealre to gnrs our trade the beat raluea thal eaa be had. and we earn e?tlj aollclt the ordera ofour friendsand eustomers. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. HOME^TELEPHONElKanci 57. | ORDER OHFICK. No. ? KIXG STRF.KT Your Watch Will NeverKeepCor rect Time if it nceds cleanintf. Most likely that'sthe reaaon it has been losintf time lately. Step in and let u? look it over. We are experta in watch repairintf. All our work if tfuaranteed. and our eharges are alwaya the loweit. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH.ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34! If You Want a Good Medicioal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try aome of our.fine Imported Winea and [Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Street* Both Phonaa. 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 Departmants 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. ESTABLISIIED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE Offcrs ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Fincst Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L.' BOOTHE. Preaidcnt GEO. E. \t ARFIELD. Caahier M. B. HARLOW. Viec-Prcsident J. J.GREEN.Aaaiaunt Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER LBOOTHE BENOIT BAEH. JR. M B. HARIOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RHSOURCES I.,,:ii!s nnd fnvesl ---1 188.80 Roriib. 125 Banking llouae. 73.291.61 I iiie rroni Bauks and Re -nvc Agi-nta. 88,104.41 Casb. 41.553.00 ;, Per Cent. Pund. 3,400.00 LIABILITIES (apital.flOO.OOO.OO surplus and I'rotits. 185.522.51 ClrciUatloo. 8M0O.00 Depoalta. 842,290.80 other Liabllitie*. 1,416.01 S1.228.KW.4: This bank with ibiampie capital and aarpltiaslta adequato eqaipment ;tiid heintli the aeeounta of manofaetuivn, wboleaalan, retaltan and imli\ idtiala on the beal terma eonalatwat with aotnad baakhae;. No aocouni too largo to be haodled aatisflwtorilXi bom too small to l>e appreelated. For Rent 612 King Street. Finc atore room. $37.50 319 Kirfg street. ' Large storc room. $25.00 301 Cameron street. Storc and dwclling. $25.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. $20.00 > Royal stre' rooms bricl $18.00 c atrcet. room brick $15.00 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. 1011 Dukc atrcet 7 room brick. For Rent 427 King Street. Second floor office rooms. $15.00 427 King1 atreet. Third floor office rooms. $1400 1923 Dukc atreet. 6 room frame and bath. $1400 1101 Prince atreet. 7 room brick. $12.00 312 aouth Henry atreet. 6 room frame. $7.00 621 aouth Patrtck atreet. 3 room frame. $.700 Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyapep aia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physiciana endorae it and tea tify to ita tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, _Druggist._ Loeal waeh end ttoketa W*Mhlagttm to Bomeraet, Wrarrenton, HajTisonburg, Bliieinont and intenno'liatc rtatlon on Saturdavs and Sumla\ s. valid for ro turn on Mondav at vory low feies,WlJI be placed on aile l>y Bouthorn Rallwav at washtngton.D. C. beginnlng SAT1 R DAY, May 38th, and eeattfaotog untll Oetober .', "iuoluaire. L. S. BROW.V, GeneraV Agenl Joaraj P. Robinsov. <;k->. s. Faaoroar, President. Secrctary. Alexandria Fertilizer and i MAXCFACTURERS |OF Fertiiizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. Aak your dealer for the Alexandria Fertilizer and C'hemleal Co.'s I'roduota. Capacity: 50.000 tons per innum. Prineess Street and Potomac Kiver Wharf. Alexandria, Virginia.