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ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVEXIXG, JULY 29, 1910 PRICE 2 CENT8. VOLUME C XI.-NO. 178 Ladies!Save Money *** Keep "* -* Style by Reading McCall'a Magazine and Using McCall Pattenu MtCalTt Mii?ii??'"11 balp vo-.i dr* l-lily ai a BBOderal ? expense l.y k you posted 011 th latest fasliloix Id clotiie* and hals. 60 INew Kashioii D Bn eaeh baoa Alao kaluoblo laformaUoB ,u all home aml per ,>nal raatiers. onlr jOe a year, InclotHnf o froe pattern. Sul. aacttM today <.r aead for frce samplo copy. McC.il Patteras will cnableyou toBWka in your own home. with yourown haods,. lothlngror vouraelf and ehil'lrea whlcB avlll bf perftct nd flt. !'i,..?i.".a<- hlchi rthr.nl> ? mi for froo l'atteru Catalotno. * W? WiU Gir, Y.? Fi? Prooti fef i"'Uirnr BOb scrlptloDanmonayourfrlenda. scntirurnroe Prrmlum fatalocue and Caab Prlxe Offer. THE BtCUt COaPAHV. 239 lo 249 W?t 37lk Sl.. NEW YOU SCHOOl 8. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE flV?r..V.S STUART McGUIRE, M D.. PBCBIDCNT MEDICINE -DENTISTRY-PHARM ACY under constructiun, the gift of tbe pcople <..' Richmond. Adm.rable lanoralory building for temporary ns;?l..rge, bri^ht. convenient NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. Owa onr Hospital, use four others for ttaching. MODERN LABORATOB.Y METHOD8. Member Association of Ameriean Medical Col I - gistered in New York. High itanding. ! eapenses n.oderate. ? SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND 8TATISTICAL RCCORD. St ftnne's Episcopal School for 6irls (tiap.i.oi 11:-\ n.i.i:. VA. Opena Septerober -??11?. Full eorpa pf rs I'roparatory an.l Aeadernle DeiiarlmenU. MiiHie. Ijanguages, Art. 1 MissMAKYHYl.i: 1.1 VAI. j,.|:,::,.i l'rmeipal. j Episcopal High School \,:o- Alexandria, Va FOR BOYa ,,d v.-ar opena 8EPTKMBEH 28, l'HO. < atalo','ue sent. L M IH 1CKFORD, Ll* !>?- Prlneipal. \ R. IIOXTOX, B. A.. |j]2d-tW2m A-o.-iat.- l'mieipal. STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington SteambcatCo. n :|:l. ii, tbe year for florl Mon forfolk. XewportXcwa and point* aouth, \ia Kiiperl>, powerfuMateel palaee i 1Ve SVashington.tt.45p na.l Alexandria 7.00 p. m. ?\rrive I-'t. .Moiiroe- 7.00a m. Arrive Xorfolk 8.00a n>. ?\iii\e I'orl unonth R.00a m. I>orutinouth 5.00 p m. rfolk 15.00 p. m. l/oave Pt. Monroe 7.00 p. m. \iii\e Alexandria6.30 a. m. Arrlvc Washington 7.00a na. Throiurh oonnoelionii made al Norfolk will, BteamerM of the Old Dominlon Nteani-lii|>Coiii|.ai.y |o;\,u \ ork and MerehnnbYand Mi.ters Bteanubipa ha B Oeneral TicketOfllee. 72014th StN.W. i; ?,d Buildlng, Wnablngton, 1>- ? ? I'lioii.- Maiu I-'.-' ... ,,_ Seveuth atreet whart Phone Maln3760. .\ loxandrla \\ harf foot of I'rinee ijtreet aprl lyr Oeneral Paaaenger Agent Maryland Delaware and Vir !pia Railway Company. >1>|;1N<. ? IIKI'l I.K. Steim.r-ol tlii- I. leave Alexandria on and after May 15, 1910, vv,-,\ MOXDAY. WEDXESDAY and ' " SATI RDAY at IflOp- ','<? __. ROB BAI.TIMORE AXD ALL Illh Vsl\l. BIVEB LAXDIXOS. rui-in.'and appointnients unexeeHed. Kr.-i'lit for Baltlmore, PhUadelphla nlH, N;.u Vork -..lieiled and t.andled with ea.v. rhroufh ratea and Mlla ol l,";:;},erire,,o Baltlmora, fifiO; round ,,-,,,. 83.M; aUUerooms, one way. 91.M. Me*llKABDON & GRIMES. Afenta, of Cameron street. Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on the Potomac River Salt Wattr Bathing, Fishing and Crabbing Magnificfnt Hotel Now Optn. Steamers Leave Alexandria Daily Except Monday, 9.30 a. m. Extra flteaaatt Satacday, 3.00 p. m. Saturday to.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. T^ DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 rare: season ticket ? 1.00 Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. an SCHEDULE" & Steamboat Co. Kll'eetive M... I Steamer" CapitalCity." 1 ,.!v.-- alexandria at C p. m, on M.?n dav an?l Wednesday for Parham'a Point ud lower rirer lamlingB. Return earlj U'.-dii. ? Ia\ and Fritlaj morning. 1 gauinbv> all'a m. I\.r Nomini and inter niediate landings. returnlng Sunday about "' P" '"? Steamer "Wakefield." , ,..,Ve Sunday, Tueadajr and Thuraday a..;. in for \\virt'B wharf aod all nter me<liatelandlnga. Returnlng leaveWirt s \ ,.f ai ?! ???? ,,,,? followlng day and SSrin??tAle?andria about 4 p.m. Reardon & Grimes. Agents. i-oot ofOaaaavoa Buaat felephotie Xo. ? Jel4 ^ IM III.|SHI:|) li.Vll.Y A.\I> TRI-WKKKI.Y AT <; YZF.TTK BUILDING, 310 and 312 IMUNCK STRKET. [KnU-redatthe I'oMofliee of Alexandria, Virginia. as s.eond-olass matter.] Tasnu: Dally -1 y?ar, 15.00: c, montha, ?tfiO; :f months. Bl.iV l month,43 cenUi 1 week. 10 eents. Tri-weeklv? I vear, $3.00: ? months $1 ..?>?: 3 months, .5 eents; 1 month. M "ontraet advertisers will not be alloweil to exeee.l their apa?C unless the excess i- paid for attransient rates. and under no elreunutanoea will they be anowejl to adverti.sc other tban their lejriti matebusine-s in thespaco eontra.ted for. .ii, Reaolutlona ba memonam, of thanna, tri butea of reepeet, resolutiona adoptexl by societies or persons.unless of publie eoneern. wlU b? l>rinted in the pepflr asadvertiscments. _ GAJiG i k.iit* i> aaW vokk. Three men were dangerously wound ed and|20 others more or less seven ly liurt early yesterday in tlie most serious "gang fight'" which has ( eurred in New York city in many years. Police reserves in military formation charged on the rioter.s and put an end to the distuibauec only after 100 afaota had been lired. Aceor.linK to tlie po? lice reportfl, four ganga of ronfhta per ticrpatfld and for fnlly half an bour fougbl band to band with revolvers, sticks, stones and any other WCflPOtM w'lieh were available. The nglil was precipitate.l when tbfl membera of the Bflar Athletie Club, after a dinner in B Tentii avenue DflflT garden, began to leave thfl resort ahortly after midnight. Whik lh? banquet was in progreaa the rougha from rival organizations had gathetvd at a neighboring Btreef coraer. Ao> cording to the police, the "Gophera" the "Jnngle "(iang" aml the "lloiimls <?f 11*11." all oreani/atiotis with which the offlcera of the kw had had exoflri .11,.?-. were reprcaented ia thfl mob al the oorner. With th? appearance of the Bear Club diners the fighl eomiiieiiced. With yells, cursea and ahonta thfl wait ing gangatera threw toemaohrea upon their rivals. Then some one lired a revolver, and in an inatant gun play waa the order of the bour. Tbe fir ing continueil at irregular perioda until thfl appearence of tbfl police re SCIW'S. Whenever a gangstet was felled he was nniner. ifully l.eaten aml kickfld. Tlie entire neighborhood was ihrown into panic. Many of the injiire.l were carried off by ibflir .ompanion- be fore the arriral <>f tbe police. Fnlly 125 men were atill ongaged in the battle when the reeervfla reaohed the scene. A half ilo/.en arrest- were made. Borcneaa <>f Ihe mnankfl, whether in dnced by riolent exerciaea or injury, is qntckly reliered by the free application of ('liaiiiberlain's Liniment. This l'ur inent is cpially valuable for inuscular rheumatiam, and alwaya affords quick relief. BoJd bj W. F. Creighton and Richard Gihson. III. SA** 111: S\W TWO MOONS. Two moona are what David Oamp bell, of l'age county. avers he <a\v a few nights ago. Campbflll, avery reputableand trust worthy man, wMarouaedfromahwnber about 8 o'el'.ek by some nnuaual Doiaee around hia premiaea. The moon at thal bour was lyitig far to the south and waa shining hrilliantly. Caeting hia eye to the eaflt, trying to loeatfl tbe noiflfl thal had brokon lti* slumber, Mr. 'ami.liell was startled by thfl ap? pearance of a aceond moon just above tbe horizon. Mr. Camfibell sayshe could not have been miataken inhialunar obaervationa and that for some time he fltood gaz ing first at one moon then attlie other. Several weeks ago thfl letters "N. C, and I perf-et CTOfll were seen iu thfl eastern heaveiis about dark bjf a iiuin ber of oitiaena of l'age county. and this latter apectacle seen by Mr, Camphell has contributed no littte t>> the datoom fort of the superstitious. and they are teadv to charge the phenotneiia to all kinda of direful things that will snoii be visited upon thfl valley, HITdlKRS TO 1)K( LARE W'AR. I.ower pricea <>f meatawfUbe bronght aboul if tbfl plans of thfl United Butch era of Anierica are put into suceessful operation. The rfltaUflra daclarfl that tbfl packfli is to Mamfl for the high prioea of meats and now plan to prove it l.v eliininating that individual entire lv. .lohn H. Scliotield, seeretary of the butcbera' national organization, ,-ays an attempt will bfl made ;il tbfl convention in Chicago, Aoguat 16 to 19, to organisc and eatablkdi indopend ent co-operative al.attoirs. reiidering planta and tanneries. andlie expeets ai ? rangemeiits to he made for trying the experimenl iu Chicago. "The question has l>een Uttdflf COO sideratioii for some time and we DOflJ f.-el certain that thfl project will gO throogh." bfl said. "Thi- move will enable the retail hntehers to opeiate ln dependently. We propoae to |kill all OUT eattle and to market thfl hy-produet. With thfl great profll that would accrue from tbe by-producta we would be abk to retail meat t<> thfl eoiisumer at tflaal 80 per .ent cheaper than the priees now ask-'d and stiii make a healtliy protit." DR. ( KIPPKN AKOAMM A wirel.ss message received at Mon treal yesterday aftcrnoon from the ' tmship Montrose via the station at Poim Arniour. on the Straits of Belle iale, 500 niiles helow Falher Point, an nounced the preMOoe on board of th? ahip of Dr. H.twley Harvey Crippen. The meaaagfl raad: "Dr. Crippen, wanted in London for the murdcT of Belle Elmore, theaetr.-s. i- on board." No inention was madein tbedispatch of Ethfl] Clare Le NflTfl, the young ICE CREAM If Ice Crearn could only take thc place of meat anthesub stantial dish at ft #>llT \ dinntrajreatdcal VVllI l of money would a JHsh, be aaved. for Ice Cream, whieh has alwaya been considered a lui ury. costs less, made from Jell-0 ICE CREAM Powder than meat. 113 a tiial cost is about one centadish. , , And it is good. stibstantial food, too. Disnolve Jell-O Ice Cream Powder in milltand freep-e. That isall UJWlatoa* Klarorn Vanllla, Strawberry, LMBoa, I li-? olat*. and ri.llav,,r,-(1. At Cr?e?r?', B ? ?*???? tS ??irt?. Bfauliful K?-l|.-.- B><..k fio-. The Grneste Pare Food Co? Le Koy, N. Y. woinan wliu is supposed lo have left Eoftand wit* Dr. Crippen. A wireles- tnessage was reecivod at Fatliu Pbint, (^uebee, yesterday from the captain of tlie Montrose. It was addreaaed lo tln- Colonial government, Ottawa, and was Immedlately forwarded uniler tlie elosest seereey. It is repoit ed, apparently on food authority, that the captain aaid be bad aheolutely un eontrovertil.le e\ideiiee tliat tlie auapaCt on board wa- Dr. Crippen, and aaked for instructioiis.' _ Tlir. CtlOUMA IN' ItlssiA. 'Ilu- extelit of tlie eliolera epidelllie is reveale.1 in BgUfWI made publie in Sl. l'etersl?nr<r yesterday l.y tlie Buaaiail "overtiineiit sanilary eoniini-sion. Tlie atricken regioo now includea 1 prorinceaanu unritorieaof Boropean Buaaia and aince the outbraak ol Ihe diaeaae last May tliere have been a total of 37,652 raeee, with 16,661 deatbe. Reeently tbare has been a atartltng increaae in the number r.f rietlnu. During the week endinf July -':*. no leea than l.'l.o74 caaea were n-ported and of theae 5,979 terminated fatally. Soiii.tinie BfO tln' BCOaWfB made its appearance in the city and lorthe past fortoighl there has been i. dailv aver age ?f 4<? caaea and M deatba in the capital. Wednesday there were ">4 ;iiid 14 deaths reported there. ln the loeal bo.-|>ital- there are .">14 eholera -tl-peet-, inellldillU ">s elllldrell. MAS(H l.l< IDERM AHKI>TI'.I>. The eounty detective buroau yeater day aatoniabed Pitteburg, Pa., by an nouncing thal an aJIeged gambling camp, raided late Wedne-day iiijrhl, ?aa a eoli.ny of women dressed in inen's clothing, the wboieontfll being sunpoited by rich yoerag men of iv burjr. who vialtcd the place nightly in their automobilea. Some niale visitors, found when the police awooped down on tlie tantad vil utge on the baaki of the Ohio, about 8 niiles htlow Pittaburg, were arre.-te.l Pour women dreaaed as men arere brought before tbe authontiea al Pitta? burg Wednesday iiigbt, but were n leaeed after Ihe detectirea had leerned all about them and had exaeted their promiee to appear at a heariiiR to be held early next week. Deteetivc McMillan. who arrested Henry Dickey and three other men arhogave namea thoughttobe uctitioue, said that the revelations will make a -eii-alioti. He deelares he has the niale garnients worn by the women. and the owners' naines are statnpted on all the clotbing. _. BUILDINQ MATEBIAL9 [ESTABLT8HED 1821] Henry K.Field&Co., Suooeaaon to J08IAH II. I>. 8MOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF AlaL KIX1>S. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Oaaaaand var.i iifiN. Unioa street. I-'aetory No. Ill N. I.ee street. Material Delivered FBXE ln the city. Williams "Empress" Fioati.ig Bath Soap Best for the Bath. Special, 6 cakes for 25c Taylor's Piiarmacy 616 King Street. Refrigerator Weather The first cost is the least, result is what we give in Refrigerators. We ean refer you to users of the Eddy and Baldwin Re frigerators. Our satisfied custom ers speak for us. M* Ruben & Sons, 601 KING STREET. 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. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L.|BOOTHE. Prciident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier M. B. IIARLOW, Vice-Prcaidcat J. J.GREEN. Aaiistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW FRANCIS L. SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS RESOURCES Loana and Inreatinenta, 1881188.80 U. s. Bonds. 125.000.00 Banking Ilouae. TJJW.fll Due from Banksand Re serve Ajrenta. 98,104.41 Oaafa. 44.&3.G0 ;. PerCent Pund. MOD.OO 11,228 LIABILITIES Capital.IM* Surpluaand Proflta. l8.VfiJ.ftl Cireitlalion. 1)0.000.00 Depoaita. 8.12,280.80 Other Liabllitiea. 1.41MI 11,238,838.42 This bank with its ainplt- eapHal and surplus, its adequate eqnipment had laeiiitie-. Bolleitatheaeeountaaf nuwuBaeturera, wnoleaalera, retaUera and individuals on ihe 1.,-st term- eon-i-lei.t with soiind liankii,,'. No a.-eouiit too bnga t<> l>o handled sati-l'actorily; none too small to be appreotated. FOR SALE. Cozysixroom brick dwelling, 821 Duke street, with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al ways rented. Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Dukestreet.con taining 8 rooms and bath with 20 foot side lot fronting on Duke street. Two fine new two-story brick dwellings on north Columbus street, Court House square, containing 8 rooms eaeh and every modern convenience. Ready for occupancy. Further particulars at my office. John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. .1..I1S P. Uobinsox. (JKO. S. Fiu \. 11 dent. Seeretary. Alexandria Ferizer and MANrFAOTVRER8 |OK Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and Sulphuric ftcid. Aak vour dealer for the Alexandria Fertilizjr and Chemical (o.s Products. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annutn. PrtnoflflB Street and }'otomac River Wbarf. AleKndria, Virginia Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyapcp aia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leading Physicians endorae it and te? tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, _Druggist._ WY.V.R KNI?TI( Kl.l's Local week end tkketa Washington to Bomeraet, Warrenton. Ilarrisonburg. Rluemonl and Intermediate statlons soid onSaturdayaand Sundays. vali.l for re? turn on Monday at very low fares. will bfl plaeed on salo bv Southern Rxilway at Washiagton.D. C, beglnnlng BATUlv DAY, May 28th, and eontinuing until [ October'J, inclusive. L. 8. BfteWX, Qeneral Agent! ONE BARREL 6REEN GINGER 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 Potomai 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 OARIiNKR t.. UOOTHK. i M. 11. IlARI.oV President | Vice Plflflldeat First National Bank Al.KX.VN'tiltlA. V.V. Dcsigrtated Depository of the United States. CAPITAL.8100,000 SURPLUS AM) UND1TIDKD PllOFITS.$175,000 Diroctors: (i I.. BOOTHE, M- B HARLOW. <;. E. WARFIELD, .1. F MUIR, WALTER R0BERT8, 15. BAEB.JB., FRANCIB L. SM?*"" _ ESTABL1SHED KV2. Burke & Herbert Modernly equippol for banking in Its varlous branebes. DepoaltflB rflflfllrfld Mibjflot to eheek at night ('ollei'tioiis made on all poinla. Illgh-gradc investmeni seeurilies boughtand aokt Lotters of Oredit and Forolgn Ex ehamje furnished. Safe Depoalt Boxes for rent. A Savin^s. Dupartment in which in terest is allowed uu deposits. W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Strcets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192._ AIAL .MKKTINC ofthe BtOflk holders ofthe WASHINGTON, AR LINOTOhTA FALIJ3 CHURCH RAIL WAV COMPANY, will ba held FK1 DAY, Anjfust ."?, W10, at." p. m. at the company's oftlee at Mt. Vernon. Va., ior thfl porpoafl of authorizing the aequisi tion of new construetion.e(|uipmentaud Improvem. nts. and sueh other busineaa as mav eome before the meeting. JOHN W. RICH. Seeretary. jyll td_ Ppol'iiSAl.s. rroposals will ba re ceived at the ofliee of tlie City En jrineer until 1- o'eloek noon Au^uat 4. 1010. and then opcned, for theereetionof stcel eella and alterations ofthe Alexan? dria. Va.. jail. Plans and specifieations can be seen at tbe Citv Engineer'a ofti.-e. The i-ijjht is reserved to reje.-t any and all proijosnls and to accept the proposal that the Committee on I'ublic Property may dflflCB beat for the interest ofthe City Couneil of Alexandria. (HAS. 15. MARSHALL. Cbairman Com. on Pub, Property. Jyl9Ul House Dresses House Dresses of good Gingham $1 and $1.50. White Skirts 75c and $1. Black Silk, 36 inches wide, stan dard quality rhat is sold elsewhere at $1.50; our price $1. Hand Bags 75c to $15. Trunks $2.50 to $12.50. Short Komonos made of beautiful lawn, special this week 10c. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Your Watch Will NeverKeepCor rcct Time if it needa cleanintf. Moat likaly that'sthc reaaon it haabeen loaing* time lately. Step in and let u? look it over. We are expert* in watch rcpairintf. All our work is guaranteed. and our charfea are alwaya tbe loweat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAI/STREET. BELL PHONE 341 i FOR RENT 817 I'lillee stieel.122 50 120 N. St. As;i].li street . 18 00 1128 Duke streel.-? 18 00 118 Y St. Aaanfa atreel. 14 00 218 N. l'iltslieet. 11 00 511 B, Henry rtreel. 10 60 527 X. Henry street. 10 50 330 Commereo street. I 10 828 Commeree street. 8 ou 421 S. Alfred street. 7 M 810 WilkesHtreet. I 00 505 Wilkee street. H 011 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. Stop and Think Before You Buy That Car nhmeuibei aa jumuaa towu people. statni bae-koftbaaaraweaell, maklng all adjfuatmetrta and looklnr after tlie cara jrencrallr tor an tadefinito perled ol time. Bealdea ln an "Oreruuid" you yet aimpateisy, durabrllty, eomfort and tim most popular ear in the ararld. l'hone tiatnaa let un show you this anaatarplaee Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street Our 1310 summer prices ou Anthraeite OoaJ Ixvame afl'eetive Monday, May I, There has never been a time in the history of our buainesa when we felt th.lt we were able to gi\ e bettet values in Anthraeite Coal than we ean this seaaou, aa we have oompleted our arraafementa tr> aaeuta ourentlro supply from two of three oftiie very beat eolllerlea In the Antracitervgion, and will have a coal whieh is uniform in qiiality. w.-ll prupared. and coal thal will give far better result* lhaii tbe a\ erage. Il l.<? our ilesire to jjva our trade the best values that eau l>? liad, and wt? oarn eatly -..ii.it the ordara of our frienda and customers. _ W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. BELL TELPHOSEttaaalSt ! HOME TELEPHOXE 157 and 57. } ORDER OFFICK. N'o. M? KINO STRF.ET If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky-the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try aome of our |ftne Tmported Wines and Gm. Lowenbach Bros., Kistf and Alfred Streeta. Both Plionaa.