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AN UP-TO-DATE STOVE
Do you realizc there is no longer any reason why vou should use a coal range? Oil ischeaper than coal; it is lichter and easier to handle, and gives an intense heat Provided you have the right stove, oil Is more economical, cleaner and less trouble. Have you seen the Oil CoohrStovc The accompanying illustration gives you only a rough idea of its appearancc You really can't appreciate it: untili you e.ther uaeity^urself.orulk to someone who has used it. It doea eve^th ng tn. a coal ran-o will do-except heat the room. The New Perfectlon Oil^Cook kettle of water to cooking a courae dinner, but it won't beat a room. it doesn't "smell," it doesnt arooke. a can't get out of order. Light it and lt is ready. Turn it down and it ia out. Only a woman who knowa the trouble of carrying coal and cooking in a hot kitchen can appreciate what it tneans to have a clean, perfect atove that will cook anything, boil, bake or roast, and yet won't heat tho kitchen. How ia it done? The flame ia controlled in tur quoiae-blue enamel chimneya, and directed againat the bottom of pot, pan, kettle or oven, and only there. Tho flame operates exactly where it ia needed -and nowhere else. With thia atove your kitchen is cool. The nickel finiah with the bright blue Ofthe chimneya makea the atove orna mental and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or withont Cabinet. .4 ,? I ' aW.'Vf.rTwhfrs; If not at yonra, write i<w Ducrii'iive cirmlar tottie nearestageacy olBBB Cautlonary (Me: Besufe you get thia atove?seo that "the oame-plate re&da New Perfection.'. Standard Oil Company (Incorporatcd) -^ Al t^?~~L intheGardenSub Buy at the otart Urb. Lots $200, $10 cash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people of moder ate means. Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses, poured in steel moulds. Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and ear tare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Office. 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this. ad; it leads the way. THOS. "W. ROBINSON ATLAS CemenT MakesTheBestConcrete iFor Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. Kcalen iu Cement, Llme.Halr.falcincd Plaater WallPjaitor.TenaOattafanrar Pipeand l luc 1 ining, 1 Ire BrleKa.JFIre Clav.Ao. The Cool Breezes Blow at ROSEMONT When you live at Rosemont, your family can spendthe summer at home, and keep well and cool, and not make you lead alonely bache lor life for two or three months. Everything Clean and sanitary. No dirty gutters and smelly cesspools. Everything new and up-to-date. Delightful Night Breezes Let me show you one of those beautiful new homes. Sold on Satisfactory Terms Seeing will make you appreciate them. F.L.SLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. We Have in Our Window on Dis play a Line ot Loose Leaf Goods il, hi. iiti . nt lodgers. norandimi I nnil ).ri..' hooks. Call nnd let us showj . u aaniple aheeta Quality Ice Cream I.. Cream and Lcetof all Barora and of the pnrest qualitiea alwaya 00 liand <..r furtiislied to order. Spccial prices on large quantities Cakcs and Pastry of all kinds and of the best quality. S.F.Dyson&Bro. H< Bioch? ia**. 508 KING STREET._ Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tabli ? iniulat.' tlie liver and expej poi^onous inatter, tbe Byttana, can constipation ck htadache. Sold by W. F. Cretfhtot. aud fiicbard Oibson. Tnaugi ratluii Pullman obaervatlon Car It || early date the Houth crn R?ilwa> will Inaugurate m leetlon id Birminghain 011 ita i: . ? ham hw clal leai Ing Wa*biugu>n I tn. daily. 2dtfaribriaJ&(atttt. H i:sl>AY KVKM1MG, lt IV 2ft Puzzled the Packer. The flrsi orajantaad work of women in a relief corjw was led hy Floreuc? Nlgbtlngale in tbe Crimean war of 1855. So nnacruatnmed were people to that servke nt the llme that it called out some curtous . ominent. WrttJng of "Cblnese" Goriiou. Dr. Imtler tella ln his hook. *Te>n Uraat and Good Men," bOW the boys at Cambridge met the call upon them for I aapltal storcs One day a letter came stiddenly from tho war otlice telling us that any wnrm clothes for the inv.-ilids at Scutarl would be prized hy Miss Florence Xlghtlngnle. At once ln every college a committee was extemporlzed of lead lng undergraduntes, charged to collect presents of flanuel jackets. trousers. "blazers," rugs. greatcoats. furs, evcn ?ealil Im In a few hours box after box was fllled with these treasures, and all the boxes were klndly and gratuitously pncked for us by the leading upbolster er of the town, his foremau slrnply re marking to me in a tono which General Gordon would have eujoyed: "A nlce consignment for a lady, slr." Causs of Twilight. Twlllght Is a phenomenon cauaed by atraospherle refraeliou. When the sun gets helow the horizon we are not Im mediately plungpd Into thedarkness of night. Although tbe sun ls below our horizon, rays of solar light are hent or refracted by the terrestrlal ntmosphcre and continue to furnlsb some sllght lllumlnatlon. The process c-otulnues with dlmlnlshlng lntenslty nntll the aun ls so far below the horizon that the refrnctlng power of the ?tmoa> phere ls no longer nhle to beod Ibo rays enough to produee a vlslhle ef fect The time after sunset that the sun reaches such a posltion varies Tvith the latitude of the place. There ls less twilight at the tropic zone than nt tho temperate or frigid r.one. This ls duo to less tlmo taken by the sun's rays to pass through the atmosphere, nt tho tropic zone Ihe sun's rnys being per peudlcular and at Ihe temperate and frigid zones oblln.ue.-NPw York Amer lean. With a Grain of Salt. The earlleat record of the saying "withu grain of salt" dates baek to the year fi,T B. C, when the great I'ompoy entered the palac* of Mltbridales aud dtscovered nmong his piivaie | the descrlption of an anttdote a polsons of all sorts. which posed of pounded herbs. cording to the reclpo. were to lajl with a grain of salt. WhcMic wma maanl aerloualy or aa a wnrniug sarcasni is not known. but thenceforth lt became the custom to say douhtftil prcparatlons should be taken with a grain of salt. From this the meanlng got transferred to saylngs of doubtful trutli. "Attlc salt" was a Greek synonym for wlt or pcuetration, and the Latln word "sal" had aorne what of tho same meanlng. It ls thus easy to see how the saying "cttra grano salls" could have come to mean the necessity of acceptlng doubtful or Buspicious statements "with a grain of aalf."_ Molokai and tho Lepera. Tho general idea of tbe ieper settle ment on the island of Molokai ia ?wrong, says v. writer ln Harpers Wcekly. Instead of the enthe Island being used for the leper colon; the aet tlcmcnt comprlse3 only c-ight soaare mlles out of a total nrea of 201 square mllcs. It occupics a tongue of land on tho northern slde of Molokai. Tbe nortb, east and west shores of this tiny splt are wasbed by the Paciflc, while on the south Ridc rlse precipltous cltffs of from 1.800 to 4.000 fcet, which make tbe hiolntion sppiu even more hopeless than tho beautlful dcep blue w-aters of tho sea evcr could. The most dlfllcult and dangerous trail. con stantly manned by government guarda, foils esenpe. if lt wero ever contem plated, by the land slde. Stupid Husband of a Noted Singer. Catalani's husband, a bandsomo Frenchman, was even more uninlel lectual than his wife?he was stupid. Once, having found the pltcb of tho piauo too high. abe said after tbe re hearsal to ber husband: "The piano Ls too high. Will you see that it is made lower before tbe concert?" When tbe evening came Catalanl was annoyed to flnd that the piano had not bocn altered. Her hushnnd sent for tbe car penter, who declared that he had saw ed off two incbes from each h . he had been ordered to do "Surely It can't be too bigb now, my dear," said the stupid husband soothingly. Through the Cracki. When the celebrated dlrtM Edward Irving was on a preachlng tour ln Scotland two Dumfrles men of decid ed oplnkma wenl to bear him. Wben they left the hall one said 10 the I "Well. Willie. what do ynu thinl;'.'" "Oh." said the other contemptuously. "tbe man's craekcd!n The flrst speaker lald n quftet band on his sboulder. "Will." said be, ?you"!! often see u light peeplna; through a crnck." A Poor Player. Grlggs?So you got bOUM from thP Club at tuldnlght. Well. 1 lOppoae yott told wifle you had to work late at t!i> office. I'lnyed ajpon hcr syinpatnlea. eh? Brlggs-Well-er yes. but eltber ber aympathfca were out of time or I'm a darninl poor InsiruniontxilsL? Boaton Transcrlpt. Good and Sufficient Reason. Edltor-F.itt. my Bjood fellow. why do you brlng this poera to nu-V Impecrml ous One? Well. sir. hecause ! hadn't a Bfamp, nlr.-I.<mdou Tatler. Opportur.lty rddom comes with a letter of tatrudiagflon. The world's most aucueaaful medi cine for bowcl eomntaints is Ch.. lain's CoBCf Cholera and Dbwi Ketnedy. It has relieved more pam and suffering, and saved more threa than any other medicine in u.-e. In valuable for children and adults. Sold by W. F. Creighton aiidjKichard Gib ?OQ. A MISSISSIPPI JNTHUSIAST Mrs. Lena Gresham, of Clinton, Miss., Has a Few Facts to Tell Our Readers About Cardui. Clinton, Miss.?"Thanks to Cardui," writes Mrs. Lena Gresham, of this place, "1 have been grcatly relicved." "I suffcred for three years from female inflammation. and had taken medicine from four different physicians without nvjch bcnefit. "I have received more benefit from seven botlles of Cardui, than from all the physicians." Just try Cardui. That's all we ask. It spcaks for itself. It has helped so many thousands, it must be able to help you. Trying Cardui won't hurt you. It is safe, harmless, gentle in action, and pureiy vegetable. If you are weak, tired, down and out, try Cardui. If you are sick, miserable, and suffer from womanly pains, like headache, backache, dragging fcclintjs; pains in 6ide, arms, legs, etc?try Cardui. It is the medicine for all women. It is the tonic for you. U B ?Write to: Ladies' Advlaory DepJ. Chttta Ooo"a Mtdicinc O. Chattanoojri. Tenn., lor Srtaal Inst'nictiens. andt>4-pa;.T book. ' Hom?Trratme? for V/oaiLD." scut ia rlain wra;.pcr, oarequest. FQUWPBB8 AND MACHINI8TH J. &, H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfineer and Machiniata' Supplies. Pipc. Pipe Fittings. Valvea. ftfe. Blacksmithing ?? Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE, BLACK SM1TH AND 5TRUCTURAL IRON WORK. Wc make a spccialty in repaira to Gasoline Engines. Motorcyclea and Automobilea. Wc solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:] 514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324. Bj Samuel ll. I.unt. Auetioneer. Bl VIRTUE OF THE DECREE KN ton .1 in tlio cbancery caitae of Joalah KUia va. i leorge J. Ellla et ala. <>n the 16th ilay of July, 1910. and pending In the Corj>onition Court ofthe city of Alexan? dria, Virginia, tbe iimlt-r-itr"? '? oonimla aioncr, appointed bj aaid decree, arlll offcr for sale In front ofthe Royal atrei t entrance to the Markel Building, in th .?ii\ of Alexandria, Virginia, on H \ ll RDAY, THE 8TH DAY OP AUOl ST, 1910, attwelveo'clock M.. Ihe following da acribed real eatate altuate in the <itv ol Alexandria, Virginia: Tnal eertaln brlek tenomenl and 1"' ol ground In tl"' eltj of Alexandria, \ a.. sltuntc <.ii the eaat slde of Waahln atreet, between Duke and Wolfc I and boundc l on the north bj an allej. and on the aouth by the property for merly owned by Thomaa Bwann, de i. ninnin- caat 100 feet, ii laebea, more or leaa, being the aame propertj arbleh waa eonveyed by Phlneaa Jan ney'acxecutorato i>. R. Blaekloek by deed dated July2G, 1638.reeorded In llber P, No. 3, follo 2S2. land recorda of Alex? andria county, Virginia, aad alao Ine aame propertj eonveyed byD. R Blaek? loek toJaa. ii. Orubbbj deed dated the 8th dnv of November 1867, land recordj or Alexandria county, Virginia, In deed book V, N... 3, page Ijh, and bequeathed i.v the aame Ja . ll. Orubb to tbe aaid Kll.i M. Marbury by irill dated the "th day of November, 1873. and probated September 13, 1875. Termaof aale: One-tblrd caaband tlie i.mI.ui.c in six :iinl twefve montha and the retention of the title until deferred |.:i\ menta are paid, thepurehaaer givins his notea for the deferred paymenta "i'li Intereat :u sj\ por cent until paid. sa.MI 1.1. (.. BBENT. i ommiaaioner ofSale. I, NevellS. Orecnaway, Clerk ofthe Corporation Court ofthe city of Alexan? dria, Virginia,doeertify thatSamuelO. Brent, co nmlasioner, uasglven the bond required by the decree entered In tbia causoon the ICth daj of July, IMO. altli approved ai eurity. SEVELL 8. OREENAW \Y, Clerk. yi\ t.l_____ Roberl i'. Knoa Auetioaear. AUCTIOX SALE OF a \ ER1 l'l SIRABLE TR A CT OF !. \ N i> V. Illi ll'ILDl N'OS AND IM i'i;i.\ kvexts TH i:r. KOX. in ALEXANDRIA ' OUXTY. VIR? GINIA. Purauanl t<> the tarma ?.r a deed of trust I..-:iriiiic datc >.n June 2Mh, 1908,and .lu!v reeorded In the land recorda In the county of Alexandria, Va., \v deed booli No. n".;. t':i^'.- Bt*I, given by Ada "? ?'? Farrar, truatee, and BttaO.Bhlelda, to < 'nrroll Pierce,defaidl baving baca made in the paymenl of the notea s,.(-ur< .1 bj aaid tlcedof tru-t. the underaigned h:r. - Ing been required to dtvaoby the hol.l eri ofaaid notea, ? IHoffer for aale al puh licauelion on the premiaea, on tim i;s|..\ ^ \i i.i BT i. 1910, o'etoek p. m . all tneae two ! ground w i 111 tne bulldirrga and imn menta thereon. knownaa Villaa V.-. 19 and 31 in Braddoi k ll. Igbta, Alexandria county. Va., n> abown npon a plal duly of reeord In tbe land recorda of the >-:?** t ? of Aiej :iinli i:i. \ a., in deed Ix.r.k i \: ,' i |. thcr v. ith :ill the appurtenancea; licing theaa.property ronVcyed to ii"- aaid Ada B.J. rarrarby n Jeeudiilj of reeord in the land recorda In deed book 105. page 109, iti tnisU'or the aaid Etta O. ShieTda with full power to her to mortgage the aame. Termaof aale -^aah. All con veyaacea ofthe pureh RROLI. PIERCE, Truatee. >-"?'_ \\ later Haaaea PaMar, ita aaa mio-itni It ia auggeated thataaj ?.r<nir readera \> ho ilealre '" entertaln boardera for tbe .iisiiiii^' ? int.T montha furnlah Mr. I H i nl Agent, Southern Rall v..i\ . 700 Fifti .-ntli atreel n<>rti: XVnshington, I>. C, iramcdlate lal tion aa to naine of reaort, ixiatofBee a.I at or near what atation, what dia tancc from atation, conveyanee Trom ? i to lioiis.'. number of g terma per daj . ? eek and moatb. \\,> nll w.iiii.l !..? pleaaed t<? aee the country full otbouawn n.-xt winter and rrould oe glad if thia notiee "ill Induce increaaed number >.f peraoaa who wlll accomroodate tbem f?.r the eomlng arba ter ii.'.ntlis. This Information should roach Mr. Browaaot batar thaa Aagoai l.aathfl f..!.lt*r ^'.,<-s t? preaa on Auguats.and any requeata roeeived later thaa the i>i wlli not be :>I>1>- to he Inserted. I.?-mll.i':it.-r s guaranteed < li?i rv Cougn BaaMd] to eara oougha vVedoBtaay or your money back. becauae there a no need. It curet: 26c bottle. WHAT'S the reason the trade of Al? exandria is always growing IN the surrounding country? Because the merchants sell straight goods, and A customer once gotten is easy to hold. When the consumer wants aflavoringj extract and remembering| the NAME Leadbeater's, the order goes to Alexandria, and indi rectly helps the whole town. Established 1792 at 4:30"p. m.. cxccpt Saturdaya. at H.BIoch's,615 KingSt. je-i' Illl_ Phone281. Gree?houaea8. PatiiekSt D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Funeral work promptlj attondod to. De Uvered toall parta ofthe elty. BA1 I8PAI 110? GUARAHTERD. rei?:jtr General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burkc & Hcrbcrt Bldtf. The coiii|.anie 11 ) *l ??eiited in this ofnee have aaaeta of over sici.uuo.oju. Among others are: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool 6f London (J Globe. ^Etna Insurance Co. Northcrn Assurance Co. Springfield Fire W Marinc. I'rompt atientioii given toadjuatmenl ofloaaeaandall mattera eonnected wltb iiisiirance. JustReceived SHIPMENT OF "FlatOpening" 50c Per Doz. S.F.DysonA, Bro. 508 King Street. VIRGINIA. In the Clerk'a OiHoe of the ? orporatlon Courl of the City ol Alexandria, on the nth day of July, 1910 john Howard Rlehardaon ra. Delh Rlehardaon. In chancery. Meino. Theobjecl ofthlaault is toob laln for tbe complalnanl anabaoluto di \ one from the aofondant on the groimd of wllful deaortlon and abandonmenl for more than three yeara prlor to the institutlon ofthla ault. and r..r general relief. Il appearing bj an allidavit lilcd in thii eauae thal tho defendant, Della Ricbardaon, is a non-realdont oftbia Slate : ii is Ordered: Thal said defendant ap? pear here wlthin lii'ieeii daya after due publlcatlon of liii- order, and do what i n,-i-i--sarv to protPCl her inlerest iu this Miit. and that a eopy of this order l>e rorthwith Inaerted ln the Alexandria llazetto,a newapaper publlahed ln the Citv of Alexandria. oni C a ue.-k for foii; aucceaajvc u-ceka, and poated atthe front iloor or tbeCourt Houae of thtaoftj. ^^ao'REENAWAY.OIark. Charlea Bendhelm, p. q. jyll ivlwni _. Viki.ima In the Clerk'a Ofnee of Corporatlon Corrrt of tbe citv ol Alexandria, on tho 3th d?j "i .luly, IWO l.iiiina M. Morrieon ra Harry H rlson. ln ohancery. , . \|,-iiio Tho oi.ie-t of thia aull ohtain an abaolute dlvoree for the defen duit on the groimd of his wllful linii and abandonmem of berfora pcriod of more than three j eara before the bringtng of thbi siiit: for the care and ciistody of the Intttnt child of tbemar lia-'e: and for general relief. lt appearing by an allidavit hled m thi-, eauae thal the defendant llarry H. Morrison, Ia a non-realdent of ti.i- state: lt bt ord.-red. That aald defendant appear bere wlthin Rfteen dajra after due publlcatlon or thia order, and do what Ia . protect hia intereat in thia ault. and* thal a eopy of thia order be rorthwith Inaerted In the Alexandria i.-. a newapaper pdbliahed In the i Alexandria. once a week for four ? itt be rroiit ,|...ir of tbe Oourt Houae or this elty. \ eopj tewte. M \ I.I.I. 8. OREENAWA1 . Bendbeim, p. <i- Jy8 ianaal BenaJei CenaMeratc retaraaa, i i-i,. r*a iiiib t ... Batwraay, anamat <;. hern Railway artnouncea rreatly reduced round trip frrea Auguat >ih and ,ith rrom all atations Waahington to Har riaonburg, Ineluslve: Hnal return limit \u-ii-t 7. i rrom Murri-oiilnirg.Kdiiihurgand Front Royal and return. jpfer full partlcuJa?ae< flyera diatrib uted or writc i rn, Oeneral ntli -treet northwest, waabington. I>. O BAILBOADS Southern Railway. i leavtj Union Btatkm, Alexandria. In efleetJone 13, i:?io. N. B. Ponowlngacheduleflgureapub lishedonlyu Information, aml are not guaranteed. 7:t: A. M.?Dally loeal between Waah? ington and Danvillc. -*:17A. M.-Dail.v- -Loeal for Harriaon l > 11 rjr and way atatlona. 9iSf A. M.' Dall] r B. Paat Mall. Btopaonly for paaaengera for pointa aottth at wbicb siliediil.il to atop. Flral elaaa coachca; aleeping eara to Blrroingham and drawing room aleeping eara to New i irieana Dinlng ear aerviee. Hi: \ m DaJly Baalltrain. Coaebea for Manaaaae,Cbariotteavilfo.Lyncbburg, Danvitleand Oreeaaboro. Sleeping eara i Ireenaboro to Atlanta. i:t: P. M Week flaya?Loeal for \\ ar i.iiton and Harriaonburg. IflS P. M. Dally- Blrmlngham apec ial. Sleeping eara between New VorU. Auguata, Aiken and Jackaonvllle. Slecper to Birroingnam, Througb nrat elaaa coachea between waahington and Jackaonvllle. Dinlnfcaraerv.ee. Toar ist toCallfornia fourttmea weekly. !? \i Week daya Loeal for riaonburgand way atatlona <>n Man Pullman buffet i>arlor<-.ar. 5:12 p. M. Dally Loeal i>>r Warren ton and Charlotteavllle. 1027 p. M Dally Waahington an.l Chattanooga Limited ivia Lynobburg). Firat-elaaa coaeb an.l aleeping eara to Roanoke, Knoxvllle and Chattanooga. Sleener to New Orieana, Waahington to Roanoke. Dinlng oar aervjoe, 11:02P.M.- I>ailv New York, Atlanta an< New Orieana Limited. All Pullman tra.n, club and obaervatlonoara to New Or eana. Sleeping eara to Aaheville, Atlanta, Macon and New Orieana Sleep ra u. Charlotte. Dinlng oar aerviee. 127 \. M. Dail.v Bfemphii apeclal. Sleeping eara and ooachea tor Roanoke. Knoxvllle, Xaahville, Chattanooga and Memphia. Dinlng ear aerviee. Waah? ington aleeplnr eara open 10*10 P. M. Through trainafrom the aouthajrive it UexandriaCdSandt!28and 1023a m. 2:13 728,10d3 and 11:58 P.M. dally, llar ri-.?urg 1138 A. M. week daya and9:13 p \|. dally. From charlott.'svill,- 928 A. M. TI1AIXS ON HI.I KMoNT BBANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. 4 0. Btatlon) vreek daya at 822 A. M.. 1:1". I28,and 5;15 p, M. for Bluemont: 636 P. M. week daya for Lceaburg; 6:15 P. M. dally for Bluemont and 932and922 A. M.. loeal. and932 A. M. (Ltd. on Sundayaonly for Bluemont Pordetalled achedule flgurea, tickete. Pullman reaervatlon.etcapply to WILLIAM O. LEHEW, Union Tlckel Agent, Alexandria, Va K ll COApMAN. Oeneral Manager, s ll. IIAKDWK'K, I'.iss Traf Mgr. II. P.CARY,Oeneral Pa aenger Agent l,. s. BROWN, Oeneral Agent, Waahington, 1>. C. Washington, Alexandria 8* Mt. Vernon Railway. rect May I. IM0. tl \vi; \i i;\ \m.i:i \. For Waahington, from corner Prince and Roval atreeta, week daya, at 540, 8 05 8 20.630.6 40.655,7 05,715,7 30.7 K>, 7 50, 800, 8 !?">. 825, 835, 850,9 10, 930, 950, 10 10, 1030. 1050, 11 10, 1! 25, II m 12 I". 1225, 1230, 1250, 1 10. I 25, l 30 I 50, 2 10, 2 i">. 2 30, 2 50, 306, :i i".. :t 35, 3 50, I in 1 25, I 30, 1 lo. I 55, '. 10, ?'? -?">. ?"> 35, 5 50, G 05, 0 20, G 30, G 45, 700,7 1".. 7 i">. 8 00, 8 30, 900,930, 1000, 1030, 11 In and II 55 p. m Sundaya 700. 7 35, 8 10, 820, - 10, 900. ? K), 1000, 1020, I" l". ll 00, ll 20 and M 10a tn.. 1200 m.. 1220, 12 10, 1 00, l 20, I 10.200, 2 20,2 10.300,320,:: 10, 100, l 20, I 10,500, 520. 5 K),600,620.0 K>, 700, 7 20. 7 |,,. goo, 830, 909, 930, lOOO, 1030and 11 lo |>. in. I..i: MotNT vaaaoa. Leave Alexandria for Ifount Vernoa, week davs, at 545, 658. 766, B51, 1025, II 25a. m., 1225, 1 25, 225, 330, 140, 585, G30,7 35* 9 50,950, 1050and 11 50 p. m. Sundaya : 00, 830, 980, io:tn. ll 30 a. iu.. 12 30, I 90,230,880,4 80,680,630 8 44! and 10 16 I' '"? Washington Southern Ry. Behedule i" effcet May 16, 1*10. Traiaa leave Union Station for W ington and pointa north at 743, 808, s23and832a m., 1201,230, B07,8 18and ii 33 p. in.. dallj. For Frederickaburg, Rlehmond aml pointa aouth at i37.753 (loeal) and 1022 a. in.. 12 16, 1 -"-. 6 17 (loeal) 7 42 an.l 967 p, iti. Aooommodatlon Tor Frederiekaburgat n 28 a. in.. dally. On week days this train runa through t<> Mliford. \..u:: ?Tlmeorarrivahtanddeparturea and oonneetiona not guaranteed. W. P. TAYLOB, TrafBo Manager. Rlebmond, \ a. Vii;., im \. in the Clerk'a Offlce of the Corporntion Court ofthe City of Alexandria, on tbfl 20th daj of June, 1910. I.iilian E. Manafleld ra.RobertN. Mana? fleld. in chaneery. Memo. The object of thia ault ia toob t.iin for tho complalnant anabaolute dl rorce from thodefendant on the ground Ofadultery eomraltted i>y him, and for general relief. , , . it appearing byanaffldavit flled In thia ih.it th<- defendant, Bob? rt N. Manafleld, is a non-reafdent ofthlaState: i> is Ordered, That sai.l defendant an pi ar here withln flfteen daya after due pubiication of thia order, and do what is neceaaaryto protect bia intereata in thia ault, and that ? eopy of this order be torihuith Inaerted in tbe Alexandria i... a newapaper publlabed In tbe City of a lexandria, once a week h.r four auccefwive weeka, and poatedat the front doorofthe Court Hon-.' oftoleelty. A COPJ TrasTS : , , NEVELLS. GREENAWAY.CUW*. Bl l.uiis N. lnn i:v. 1>. 0. Charlea Bendheim, p. -t- |eS0 w4w-tbu 33ml Aaaaal Teniperanre ??Itiisli" Meeting, Purrcllillle, Va.. Aupi-t gaalO, I'llO. Soiiih.'rn Railway announoea aeeounl the al in very low round trip t-ii-.s from Waahington, Alexandria, Bluemont and Interraediate pointa; da tea ofaale Auguat ist to loth Inclualve, Bnal return llmil Augual 11, l'-'lo. Special train uiii be operated from Waahington and Alexandriato Puroell rllle and return Auguat 3 Wedneedaj . leavlng Waahington 7:ioa. m. an.l Alex? andria (W. 4 <>. station ) 7:1.". a. m.. Btop ,,in a1 :111 pointa; returnlng leave I'nr ecllville5d0p. m. aame day. Sufllclent extra equipment will !?? attaehed to n>gular tralna duringcourae ofthe Ing to properiy take eara oftraval gotng iiii.l returnlng. Special tniin will alao be operated Lceaburg to Pureellvlllc Sunday, Au riut rth. leaving Leeabuig 1030 a.m., rcturning leave Pureellvllle ::"?> p. m. aame day. OnTueadayand Wedneaday. Auguat .. and 10. train 119, reaehlng Leeaburg 9:15 p. m. wlll be oontlnued through to Purcellville; returnlng leave Purcenvillo ? ... each ni^'ht for Leeaburg. For furtber information call <.n neareat Southern Railway tieket agent ot writ.' I. s. Brown, Oeneral Agent, 7n.. I-11 teentli atreet northweat, Waahington, U i Virginia afataaBhaarl l?IO. Bontbern Railway bega lo aaaounce thatloa round trip Btrea have been ao tborized on aeeotral of the IbUawiag Showa: Maimaaai rJorse Bhow, Maaaaaa July 27-28. ? , orin^'.' Uorae Bhow, Oraage, \ a.. ao Vlbcmarie H>.r-.- Bhow, Cwariottaa vill.-. \'a.. Auguat9-ia Froni rtoyal Hoiae8bow,FroatBoyaI, Va.. Augual 16 17. Warrenton Horae Bhow, Warrenton. \ a.. Augual 31-September 1. furtber inlbrrnatloa eoncerning inthorized, territory from whlcTi applylng.dateaofaale, flaal limit ete., .aii upon neareat Southern Railway agent. _^_____ WANTl r>. A Eood WHITE MAN for the stable t Ravensworth. WsU" to Mra. LKFf Burke, Virginia. marll tl ^^^^^^^^SSS^S^^^PAP^AP^ 1 MARK DOWN SALE 8 ! 8 i 1 Btrai Hata al '?'?"??. worth up to 14.50. All shapes. Hj Night Shins at 46c, worth 75c, 0] Neckwear, 2 for 25c, worth 26c. W] Kiie,- Drawora and Ooat Onderahirta to |0 at 25c, worth Me, ?M Suft Collar Shirta al 49c, worth 78c. yj Buil Caai a and Trunka 25 per cent off. Ol Neglige Bhirta ai 08c, worth $1.50. )j Neglige Bhirta al 89c, worth 50c, i Boeiery al 11c, arortfa 19c, CLOTHING 83 Suits for man, boy?Trousers, Vests. Single 8 Li< ht Weight Coats, Linen Pants at a big sav A ing to you. Kaufmann Bros. 402-405 King Street. Any Gentleman who ia fond of a good amoke will pre* fer acfgsr, tbe reputation of which has been teatad for years. This is tle with our Choice and PlantationCigarc A ni.e. clcan smoke, made of the I -' tobaeco to be had on the market. and made by skilied and ex|K'ri.-iii cd WOffc men. Piedmont Cigaretcea at $3.95 per thousand cash. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Shows New Rides Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Speeial Inducements to Picnics ,, -_ ~?a*>W~l~i~Pi WAWAOBB Virginia Safe Deposit&TrustGorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. ?1.000.000._Paid 11 Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS C J Rixey.John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader. Gcorge S. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Administrator and Trustcc. Issue Fidelity. Contrwt. Official and Judicial Bonds. General Bankintf and Trust Busines/ Transactcd Interest paid on Savings Accounta. We aolicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora tions. Firms and Individuals. and promise liberal treattnent conaiatent with sound bankintf methods. John Ahern & Co., Coraer I'n. and Oonameree Ertreeta. WHOLESALE V RETAIL GROCERS and dealera In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country prodi.reeelvod dally. "ur stook of Plain and Fanoy Orocerioa em braceaeverything to be had In this line. We hold largely ln United Stateabond ed warehouae and carry In atock ranoua branda ofthe '?? -t PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Havealao ln itoreauperlorgradea of Forelgn and Ameriean WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. fifc Batteaketion Ouanmtoadaa to Prtaaaaal Quality._,_ Wa A. Johnson & Co., I urner C.inieri.n and l'.oyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchanta ami dealera ln ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Ha\e on band Olbaon'a JCX, XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cablnet and Monogram Whlaklea; alao Baker'a and Thompaon'a Pure Rye w hlaklea, to which they Invite the attaatien of the trade. ? . Ordera from the country ior increnan dlae ahall n.Ire prompl attentlon. Conaignmcnta of Flour, Orain and Country Produee aollclted, t'or which they guarantee the hlgheat market prieaa and' prompt returna. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS 011 ii i: ami BTOaUati UMM >>'? BOTALBT. Dealer in Hardwarc. Paints. Atfrtcul tural Implements. Vehicles.Harncss. Field and Garden Seeds. WM-I llol1MB, -.1 111 IMON sti:i:kt, OX U\|. ,,i KM I'll W IIAII.WAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw anJallkindsof Mill Feed Wiii alwaya kaep m atoek the Mgkaat grado or theae arttolea.__ KOPOSAL8. -Propoaala will be re . ,eived uniii 12o'clock noon. July 29. iaiO al the <'itv Hngineer s otlice and ihen opened roi- the inatallaUon or ,l,,Mts. urinals. Acatid Tor s.-.ver pipe conneetiona, and for eoncretlng I mena 2oora, earpentera' work, <fce..ai tbe \\ aablngton Senool for boys. Pfcana and speiilieatioiis can be seell at the City Kngineer's oiiiee. The right is reaerred to reject any and all bids Had extend the time forreeelvlng aame. LAl'l i ABLER, Chairman Commtttee on School Hoi and Fumiture. jylOtd P Pure Food Stoto. MDUID BUTTER. Freah from the churn to you. For years Midland Butter haa been recognized as the best that comes to Alexandria. Speeial deliv ery every Friday. Call. phone. or write. St. Asaph'andjOronoco Streets. HOTWEATHERCOMFORT An electric fan will cool your office. store. ahop or any room in your houae. Electric lights tfive off less heat than any other method of illumi nation and do not consumc the oxygen in the air. An electric iron does not require a hot fire in the room nor the neceaaity of walking back and forth between the board and the iron. Call on us for facts and figures. Alexandria Electric Go. 524 King St. ['va had my little outing where pleaaure and buaineaa did oomblne; Audi'm baekaejaln to buaineaa of the itaM and ragular klad. ?> l>. tbe senior meinber ? ' Dairy Lum-'n ls baek agaln to n husiness. "BEQULAR. Do you known that l like this word? it meana the elim ination of doubt and um cr ainty. It means correct nicthods thal rarch to produee good result*. % ES. l ani back from Atlantie City having left "W MAN L1FE" in the capable hands ol -?r KALI'II OLIVIT, ?ho is giving tbe vialtora ef that reaort the blggestliterary value in maga/ines erer onered to ine readlng pidTllc. -Alexaadriana 'buung thia reaort will do areJI to call on him. Booth MS, Expoelttoo Bulldlng, boaro walk and Kentucky Avenue. Bo i an back to regular buaineaa and luvltc you all to be regular luncbera at the j A *tar ERON DAIRY LUNCH, 905 King ?. Open all night.