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FRIDAY EVEN1NO, .11 I.Y 2?. L()( AI^ MATTEHS. Sun and Tide Table. OSun rises toinoirow at l:> and sets 7:11. High water al l:i:? a. m. and 2-2 p. in. Weather Probabilitica. l-'or this aeetkai Dtlr toalght Satur? day itl.re l s 11, _- ehcidllle-s. prol.al.l.V fol lowed l.,\ sliowiTs imt iiiueli ehangfl in t.-inp.-r.ilin-. . ligbl to moderate rariable winufl. CASE CONTINUEH. The ca-e ,,f the >\,.man living at thfl iiorthw.-si ciner of Cameron and I'itt BtreetS, who was before the I'olice Couii this morning charged with keep ing n (li.-o..icil\ house, waa postponed until in-xt Tucaday morning by Juatice Catoii. Ihe defendant had re,|U.sted Ihe p,i-!|,oneui, hl in order thal she can bave time to procore connsel. .Thl., ,..is, ',,-., iiiaed considerabk gor sip in th. city. A citiaen whoae wife WBfl fouml in the house Wedliesday evening when it was raided had em ployed B .lel.etive to work up the ca-e. Tbere wai -.me excitemenl when tbfl otlier- app'-aieil <>n the sceii". a.coin pani. .1 b) tl.e wronged husband. i; im. thunder and lightning were iu avkfence al the lime, but a a yoiiiig man who. is is said, was with the recn aol wife, unmindful of th? ele mentM, made his way oul ofa oelkr Window aml managed lo elude tbe officers. It i- said thal two divorce suit- may follow the revektton*. Th.- woman who waa arreated in the bouae v< ?l<-rday 011 a charge of disor deilv condnct, concluded to get mar n. d. and today a nciii i:il'c liceiise wa i-siii I by which she will bfl united in wedlock lo an Alexandrian. TRANSFER OF MANAGERS. Mr. \\ j le U hite, who for 16 vears ' Ii< loaungi r in Ihi* city of J the Boitth rn Bell Ti lephom Conipan]. will on M mday iiext, I* transferred i?> atiMih. i p liut, prufinbly to Richmon I. II.? hari I, i, granted a leave of al-eii l tlli Sc]ilci,i!?r 1st, ..ii which d:.te 1 e will repori i<> tbe general office in Bichmond. Mr. J, Button Joncs, foi some months pasl manager of tbfl of? fice of the company in Frederickaburg, has been l raiisfened tO tbfl Alexandria exchange, and will on Monday take ui> bkdutiea I>? ?. . Mr. Jones will be buc 1 in Fiedericksburg l>y Mr. Bugene Bowera, of the Bichmond of? flee, who look charge Thuraday, NEGROES FINED. Cletiient Banders, colored, waa ar i !a-t nighl by Officera Reed and Young, charged with drawing a piatol on Irene Bruoks, also colored, and tbreatening lo shoot her. The woman had retilllied floill an exeiiis|,,|i tO Boracrsel Beach and was near a pool room in th. northeastern aection ..f th. city when -he was accostod by Banders. She ran wh.u ahe BaW the piatol. The accused was Hned $20. Arthur Robin ?on, wh<> h.ul also been apairoe ofa the excursion. waa aubsequently pkred in the dock lo anawer tlie charge if aa sautting Kandi ra w ith s bottk. Us was Bnad -!'' _ POLICE tOUKT. [Juatice II. R Caton preeiding. | The foliowuig .a-,- were duposedof this ni..r.i;: Carrie Travers, charged with aasauft ing \ icion.i .l.w.ll. forfeited lifli col lateral l.\ failing to appear. Cleiii.nt Samlcrs. colored, charged wiih carryiiig a piatol, waa lined 120. mr Robinson, colored, charged wiih assaulting cl,-.t Banders, waa lin.d |10. Buuna Cok, andlda Rvana, charged with ftghting, were lined $5 each. A white woman, charged with con dnctiug a diaorderl) house, had her utinued until nexl Tucedaj A whiie man, eharg* .1 with assault, W.l 1,11' 'I - ' ^^^ MASONIC \, ai ,., ,i \, i, idav. the ceremonka ilii-i.leiit I" ihe m-titittion ol the tbree highei Sotti-I. Rite l.o.lies in Alex? andria aml ihe m-tallatioli of tbe officera of the lodge* will take place this evening TliehMlgeatobe instituted are Randolph Chapter of Rose Cniix, >',.. 8; l.af.iM Me Council of Kadosh. N... -J. and V'ii finia Conaistory, No. '-'. and upon ih. compktiou of today'a ex.rci ? - il is staled, the Masoliic bodiea in Alexandria will l? enabkd t<> I'ollfet all of Ihe .legl.es Of tbfl order up to and including the thirty-second. The installalion ceremonka. will begin at the Masoliic Tcmpk al l o.'ckck. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. The sntiiiii. i - xaniinatioii for BChool teacliers was continued today by Capt W. II Swectiev, siiperintendeiit of s. hools. The appli. an|s are: Profflflsion.il course- (Wbitp,) Ken neth 1>. Uraves, literature. FJniform course tWhite.) Mkaj Fay Milkr, aritbinetic. drawing, phyasokary, Virginia and United Btatefl history. Mi-- l.ouis'.' Cockerilk, aritbmetk, drawing, phyaiology, Virgink and . States history. I'niform COUrSB .Colored.) M Maitha Douglas, atithnictic. drawing, physiology, Virginiaand I'nited States history < INJURED BY RUNAWAY HORSE. In gttempting tu ttop a ninaw.ty horse ii) Foin t. entll street. Washi.ngton, last night Charlea Henry, of Alexan? dria. aml Jamea Hflory, of Waflhing lOD, were thr, wn under tbfl horse's boofsaj Rhode laknd avenufl when tbey attempted to atop thfl ntiimal. Thev w. te tnken to Kmcrgcn.-y Hospi tal bnt Ibey later leO thal instltution, as their injurkfl were aiight. CARDINALS PLAY T0MM0RR0W norrow nfternoon on tbe old fair groondaal 1:80 o'clock th. Cardinal _,tbktic cl.il> will line up against tbe jngton Athl.'i. Club, ol Waah? ington T ___ Kallying from one bf thfl m..st deh ,..,,,. operations known to medkal siidi'-e William L. Smith colored, svho w ifl siu.i oi. the Aqueduct Bridge about two sreeks ago by two soktkrs, is i.,.w well onthe ,m> torerovery, and wi? |? ah!e to have the Waahington hoflpUaJ WOlmi a I. a : Bkuppk Bhoflfl, srorth 16.00, fo.00 -nd *7 00; your choice, *2.'24. 8ee oSfl^dowa. J- A. Marshall &Bro? H2 &\i>fi ??fvtti HAIR-PULLING MATCH. Fiiinia Cole and Ida Bvana, who live in the extreuie aouthern aecti.f tbe eitv eiigaged iu an eiicoimter v- -- torday al tbe bowe of the tormer, in whieh the Bvana voman emerged aeoond-beat minua enougfc baur lo till | quart cup. The Kvans woi.ian had her autagonjsl arrested. When tbe case was called m the i ohce Courl this morning the eoniplaiiiant, defendant and witnessea manifeated a ,],,,,,,-ition to talk at oii.c. aiidthctest, mony eauaed ronaiderable merrimenl amoi.g the many -pc.'alors who had evidentry gatnered to bearanotrtet bul whieh, t..their disappoiiitlnenl, had been poatpooed to next Tueaday. The Bvana woman, rrying and talkjng al thc sanie time, nervoilsly and excitcdlv opened a satcbel and threw oul aeveral bunebea of hair whieh she slleged had been pulled from her bead by the other woman. Bhe ineisted that ihe aaraull hml been nnprovoked. Two eolored Womell, neiglibors of the l,elligerelit>, tc.-titied that the eomplainant had entered tbe house ..f the Cole woman in search of a niale aoquaintanoe and had been ordeeed <>ut. The intruder aoon reappeared, and. notwithatanding the protests of the Cole woman, entered and threw a bottle at the latter. Tln two clincbed and im.diately took Btrong grips "ii the iiatiiral caputical covering of the other. While pulling and Ulgging at eaeh Other'fl lockfl tbe eolored women made atleiiipls to pull them apart, and. afler n.. little dilli eulty, aucceeded in their pnrpoae. Tbe Bvana woman. gatbered her locks from the lloor and applied for a warrant for thc.iMest of her antagonist. Juatice Caton impoaed a line of tSuponeacb for Bghttng. It took aeveral minutea io rettore order in the oourl after the selllelice had beell prolioilliced. botli women being greatty excited. The Kvans woman a- she was led a?av alleged thal the eolored witneesea bad teatifled againsl her for fear thal her antagonis! would conjure them. PEKSONAL Congressinaii 0. C. Carlin left. Iu n yeaterday for Baglesmere Park, 1'enna., for aeveral weeka' outing, and will join ln- family there. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Monroe are speiiding a f<w weeka al Atlantie City. Mr. s. K. Diabman, formerly of thia city but nowofSpokaue, Waah.,iabere on a ahorl visit. Miss Kubie Beaeb and Miss Aiuii. Davia ar>- viaiting friendaal Harper'a J.'errv. Mr. and Mr-. F. J. Davidaon bave gone to Jordan White Bulphur Sprmg-. Prederick eounty, toapend a lew weeka. MI-- A. s. Henderaon will have to? morrow lo apend the rematnder of tln si.ner at Atlantie City. Iu v. I". 1'. I'hillip-. with hi- family. will leave here on Monday to apend his vacaiion at Kennebunkport, Mafne. Miss Anna al. Gorman haa aa ber gueal ber couain, Miaa MaeC. Breone, Of Vhiladelphia. Mis-e- Boaalie and Bubie Broadun are \ iaitillg their rclaiivcs at the hoine of Mr. Tho>. A. Broadua al Waycrofl Cottage in the eounty. Mr. William Addiaoo Deahl is criti . allv ill al his bomi. I>uke atreet. M: W .1. BoOtbe, who has been -, noii-ly ill at the Alexandria ffoipital f..r the j.ast two wecks, is rapidly re eovering his bealth and ezpecta to be able to go lo bia bome in a few daya. Mr Win. Schoeni, whowaaon Wed neaday night eleeted a member ofthe police fon-e. qualified last nighl and entered upon tbe diachargeoi hiaduty. Mi II, Schuler continuea serioualy ill al bia hi.on King atreet Mi. Wainer Folt/ has actepted ;i poaition in the Canal Zone, Panama, lo take effeel Beptember lat. LOCAL BREVITIES. Alexandria Council, Order of Fra tcrual Aiuericana, gave an excuraion to Marshall Hall today. The Alexandria Fertili/er and Obemical Co, bave opened a new fer liliaer warehouae at Pureelh ille An infanl aon of Mr. and Mrs. K. II Boland died ai hi* parenta1 bome on south Boyal atreel this morning. There will 06 an impoitant called meeting of th>- Reliance Pire Company t..night al 8 o'clock. No bidfl were reccived today for the contemplnted improvementa at the Waabington school building, Burveyora (auppoaed to be employed by some railroad company) have run lincsfroin tbe junclion of the Leoaburg and Braddock pikea to Lloyd'a lane. I'mvis. the little aon ol Mr. George Reynolda wa- badly bitten by a bull dog near his honie.it Ihaddock Heights yesterday. The alarm of lire about four o'clock yesterday afleniooii WM cau-ed l.v the exploaion ofanoilatove in a house OCOUpled ?>> eolored people on tle south -ni.- of King atreet, between W< andPeyton. Noonewaa injuriedand the damage was aligbt, Joaepfa Bice, eolored, who was aen teiiced to aerve twelve months in jail and who had served about hall his time, eacaped fr..in the eounty on lla-t Baturday morning and has n.>t been cauaht. Thepriaoner waa under a n tence for tbe larceny of bay. l-'rceCrabFeaatat Kiley's. iu north 1'ain'ax atreet,tonlgbt Plenty oferabs for every l..?ly Annapolis liard i raba Wc per doaen al Opera House Cafe: also Softand Devlled Craba, Sprlng Cblcken and Bquaba -t oi Bofl Bbell Craba on toaas: and Devlled Craba al Bpinaa'a Cafb, Prinee and Royal etreeta. _ Death irom Kriglit. Lanoaater, Ta., Jury29.?May H< ? eight-ye: a?old daughter of Benjamui rTeaa, a Wl-to-do farmer of Lincoin, died of frigbl in Dr. .1 B. Mentaer'a office at Bphrata today. The girl had been takeii to a dciiti-t to have a t.-olh treated, she refuaed to yield and was taken to the pbyaician'a office, There while the phy-i.ian was praparing an anaesthetie. the girl drOpped from the chair dead. _ |.'rentli 0|iiMi?itit.n to Prolertorale. I'.ni- Jul] 29.?Ia an appaieiitly in spired aiticle. l.e Matin. today dedates that thc plan of Se. retary of State Knox for an Ameriean protectorate in lab. ria will prove unwelcometo Prance and other F.uiopenll poweis. The artiele i- believed lo foreabadow thc oiii.ial oppoaition ..f France to the plan ill whieh evelit the idca will be ahan doned. France has p.?.?i.i!s adjoin iug Liberia an.l the Americao Btatc llepartinetit has aiinounced that it will tak.!,,. rtep in Lilxria that i- objeo? tiooable (0 FraycV) THE CITY CHARTER?THE LAW La-l night thc City Council met in a called se-sinn to consider a propose.l ap propriation for tbe fircnicn's eoiiveii? tion and parade next inoiith. Only nine membera were present, hut an ap propriatioo of $800 was made. queated. Without oommenting upon the merita of this apptoptfatioa?and it will be oonceded that had twelve membera been prbaont the naaaaure would probabiy have receivad that miml.er of votc- y.-t that in no way miiiiini/es the itnportaiicc of proceed ing correetly. Chapter 299, BCta of tbe aaaembly of Virginia, 1902-08 ol. page 1-4. seetioii 1083c, ia tbe ->??? ond paragraph, among <ber thbaja, aa to tbe government of crtoaa, towna, eu-., refera to tbe ejmropriation of ^naoney exceeding one bandred dollars, atating the inaniier in whieh it must be done concludea aa follows: "Nothing con tained in this section shall operate to repeal or amend any provision in any evisting eity ehartcr reuuiring a two tlni.l vote for tbe jiassageof an ordi naiiee as to the appropriation of money." Whatdoeathe chartev aay? This:' Seclion lo?"Xo bill or act creating a new law, amending or alter ing an oxiating law shall be pa.-.-ed at tbe aame aeaaion on whieh it i.s pre seiited, iinless it -hall receivc the voteu of three-fourths of thc metnbers of eaeh brancfa of the City Council." This in itsetf abowa that while nlne membera aaa a qnorum, yat that liuuili. i was UOt -ullicielit tO pa-s an act. This is not all, for there is a state law that n-ad f..]|ows one that few, if any, ineni bera of Council present bad apparantiy read, for in the act referred to ahove, chapter 869, page 417, acts 1908-08-04, aection 1015b, caption, "Bxdea as t.. quonima and thc |NHsage of certain ordinancca " aaya : "No vo?e shall l.e lecoli-idcrcl or re.-cinded al any -p.-.-ial meeting. nnl. s- at BUCfa s]iecial meeting there be present as large a nuni ber of membera aa wen- pieaent when auch vote waa taken." S<> if fourtean membera were present when the Came? ron, King, Henry and Kayette aliey aewer waa ordered and appropriatton made. then that nuniher was necessary lasl night. _ \ STOIIMY (OMI.MION. The democratic state convention whieh met in Minneapolia, Minn., yesterday, was hesct by stormy scenc: incidenl to the nomination ?>f John Lind for governor and the attcmpt i< introduce a dired reaohxtiou in thc party platform fav.ring eounty option. Por more than three boura, up to the very minute when thc niotion to adjoiirn wasearried.there was no let-up to th,- acene >.f diaorder except for a few m..nieiils wben Chairmaii Mi. ha. ! Daly managed to make iiim.-elf heard after terriflc pounding with a piece of 2 bj I Bcantiing, wbicb he used aa ? gavel. IIutteringa ol tbe trouble were heard earl) iu thc day. and an iinusual OOn dition exiated. The entire delegation wea a unit in declaring that John Lind wa- one of thc best deniocrats in Min nesoia. Thc delegatea were all his frienda, but divided into two factiona. One inaiated that Lind mual l.e noroi nated, despite his repeated refuaal to !>? a candtdate an.l bia Bnal flal declara tion iu a telegram from Portland, IIre., Wednesday. thal he would noi a.v.-p! Ihe i.iliation. Th.- other argued th.ii he had been governor of Minne -ota and had nothing lo gain by tbe nomination, ind thal he wa- ..f auffi eient importance to have his wiehea he. ded by ilu- convention. Thc latter faction -hook lists al the chairman and at the other side, while th. -.- h.-iit on iioininaling Lind howlcd, his-.d and coinpleteh l.locked the OTO ceedings, until. by abeer force of Dotac and entbusiaim, they won their point an.l aecured ihe nomination. Bven then the frienda oppoaed to the nomination took advantage of a motioo t.ake the nomination unaniinou to argue. They wantedan opportunity t.. rabmil the nomination to Mr. Lind by telegrapb and awail his anawar to take a le.e? nuni la-t night, if necessary?but thi- fail.-d, and tinally the nomination wa- made unanimoua an.l the convention adjournedat B :'.-i p. m. On the inalter of resolntions there was no coiiieiilioii exoept for a plank on eounty ojiti.ni. The anti-couuty optioniata were in the saddle iii the coinniiltee on resolntions. This colll tnittee heard the re-olutions offered l.y the eounty oplionists and then \olcl them down and inserted a plank declaring for the initiative and rcfer euduiii, whieh the conimittee declared would anawar the aame purpose. / On the other resolntions in the plat? form there was 00 fight On natioiial i-sues the platform aaya: "We depioic theweakneaa and timid ity of President Taft, who with hi- 0W0 ? ampaign proinis.-s -till fre-h, but doiu inaTed by titepredatoryintereata, wak ly failed to nse the trenieiidous forces ..f his high office to force a recreant congreaaional majority to do iu duty of tariff rcforin. No siibsciuent etiort to ftiliill party promiaea ean atone forthis aupreme failare to reatore public con tideiice. "We condemn the natioiial adminis Iration f<>r its initial effort to prevent the coueervatiofl of aational resour.???-. and have nothing but contempt for its itisincere effortw to appear to support conaervation after public disapproval of its coiirse was inaiiifestcd, "We condemn the retention of Ricbard A. Hallinger as se-reWry of the interior after the expoHiire of his methoda of conducting the affaira of that office, rchiting to conaervation, and dectare it to be a nataoaal soandal. "We deplore tfaediachartoof Gifford Pincbot from the office of ehief foresler as a natioiial crime. "The democrats <>f Minnesota eom meiid the republican inaurgenta of hfinneaota for their vote oa th.- Payna tariff bill. "W. demand the el.s-tion of Cnited Btateaeeaatora by direet vote ofthe people. 1 We -iionuly commend the course of Wintield S-..tt Haiinnond, the dem ocral repreaentativa of Minnesrna in Congreaa, and urge the people^ of thia distrii t tO re ele. t him.'' Shoes leaa than half ].nc. ? 800 paira ' Mi--.- Bboea thal .< -t to aaanufactura $1.50 and *1.7">. and BoM at #.'.t0 and |2.50, will be aaerifkxd at i?Sc per pair. [jehn \ Maraball k Bro., US Kn^i etrect, rntClfll V PO-.TM klTTBI Tbe Virginia Postmafltiwa' Ooovfln tkw at Rock'.ridge Aluui Bprinf journed yesterday l" neet BflXt year m Richmond. Rcaolution- < omim mling I'ostniast.r (ieie-ral Hitchcck for a wiseand ecoiioinie admioktration were adopted. A ssnoker waa given last night by tbfl Bpringa management Royall E. Cabell, Dnited Btates eom mksionor <>f intemal ?*venue, spoke on improvemeir of the pOfttal BSTVice B Rrown Allen of Btaunton; B. B Car ney. ..f Norfolk; W. R. Bpillman, sn perint.-ndent of rural dcliwrv and -tar routes, and Kdgar Allan. of Bichmond, also paade addreflaflB. Otlcerfl ekcted were : Edgar Allan. president. 8. Brown Allen. C. P. Nair. Clifton Forge; John M. Uritlin, Fredt burg; B. M. C. Quimby, Buffolk, riflfl presidents. C. A. McKinney, Oapfl Cnarlflfl, BflC retary-treasurer. Exeeutiveconiiiiiit.e : B. B. Cflrliey, McClung l'atton, Lcxington; .1. R Kimberley. F.-rt afonroe; K. B. Butt, I'oitsmou'th, aml W. P. Fuml.ert. Cbar lotjflsvillfl._ i.iu.i Dscllnfld. Everett. Wasb.. July 29- John Lind nominated for governor of Minncsota yesterday by the Democrata, announced jx.sitively today that he would not ,n OflPt tbfl iioiiimation under any circu m Btances, declaring his deerakNi Iu r? niain ool of polities was irrevocabk. Ilispatehes reeeived at New York !?? da\ from Vi.nna antioiime the eligage meiit of MisS (iladvs Rer.-ii-. daughlei ol" Ri.-hard C. K.-reiis. United Hlatea am l.assador to Austria, and flcorgii II Colket, or Philadelphia. The wedding willUlke plaec next fall ill \ leima. F .1 M> Wedneaday nighl a POCK ETBOOK, which will he ret.lilied o iiiviieruponprovlngproperli and p>> ing for this advertiscineiit. Ii. ('. IIA1.1.. il.. south Paynestreet_ FOR RENT. IK't BE No. 320 north St. Asaph street. i; ro.I aml l.alh: all modern iinpro\eifieiits. Applj to L RUBEN, 801 King -u.et. J_'__.3' The Carter Real Estate Agency. I I?pflfltftdlj inform m\ fri.n.ls and aeqnalntaaeafl thal I will eontl.the real estate liUsiiic-- ciidiletcd for xcar l.v in v father, the late I.iithe.Carler. and ask the patronageol thOSfl who have here tol'ore eiitrusled their liilsincss with him. promlslng to uss every effbrl t>> render saiisfaetion. Reapectfully, i;.c. CARTER |j 28 iw i?;i s. Payetlc street. Traveling your comfort depends large ly on your re fresh m ents along the road. Carry your favorite hot or cold drink in an THADK-MAPK mo, u. a. f at. orr. and omkat btotain BOTTLE Keeps drink icy cold for day-and steam ing hot for 24 hours. You are invited to examine them Saunders & Son 629 King Street._ What Shall We Drink? f. . that hot ? n aie sgaia i. Biruntfld with tie quflct on of srhat to drink. WatCT is oft'.n impure and ice waier is dangerous. Tea and cof fee hav.. ? ? ffect. Mtlk Cflttaflfl bflnon MMa, VVni3ky iatox icates. The so-callcd "soft" dnnlcs upsct the slom-Ce-. HOFBRAUBEER Quenches the tl.irst best of all and it cannot carry germs. because it has been boiled. It has been well aged, 80 as not to cause biliious ness. It is pure and mild, and youTI like it. RobertPortnep Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA 'Phone No. 49-B Bargain Day SATURDAY ONLY Biggest values at 10c ever offered in this city. ?_? ol'R WIVI'oV ^'Oscar Fa Carter 505 King St. _____ aaasai '""?? *>'? <in st.apa Avt THE BUSY C0RNFR Washington, D. C. All Pocahontas Low Shoes Re to Rcgularly B-l.OU. Obtainable here only. Bqual value not bfl had else wh.-re under at_Oor9_,oa, Tbe Poeabontaa line Ia our big leader in line rbotwear, Full line ofatykfl and thfl nune dependabk quality as (bnnerly at i-.-gular pri.-e. 'lood ri.nge of lasis aml Btylea Aim.ng tiiein: lllaek Suede, Kiill l.eathers, K i.l l.eat hers.Tan I.eatheis, Shiiiy l.eathers A RARE OPPORTUNITY. We are authorized to sell one of the finest small homes in the city, it being a two-story brick dwelling with eight large bright rooms, bath and pantry, with every modern convenience. Has large yard on all sides of house. Lot 57 feet front and 100 feet deep. This property is located in a good residential section of the city, being within two squares of King street. On account of its owner being extensively engaged in out of-town industries, which necessitate his attention, this property is offered at a low figure. For further information call on THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. Swan Bros. KING AND PITT STREETS. Manhattan Shirts Reduced. Our annual reduction sale of Manhattan Fancy Negli' e and StilT Bosom Shirts starts Friday morning. August 29. There are many desirable patterns to choose from, and we would urge early selections. $1.50 Fancy Manhattans Now - $1.15 $2.00 Fancy Manhattans Now - $1.38 We also have a limited number of Manhattan White Neglige Shirts. Plain and pleated bosoms which we will also close out at reduced prices. Clearance Sale Of Bammoeka. Lawn Bwtnge, f'haira, Camplng Outflte, Tenta, Lampa, Batbing Sults. Posltively a great r, diietion at cost to make room for a orderofCbrlatmaa g'.'xiH. The menttonad goods have tobe Bold. Some remarkable hargaiiiK. Lawn Swings at $3.00 eaeh; former priee $4.W, ta one ofthe bargnina, for instan.-e. R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street. ST<>< KHOLDER8' MEETIXU 8p< ,-i ,i n> orderof the Board ol Dt reetont there Will be b speeial meeting ,,f tl,.- -l...-khol.l-.-r- ofTHE (oM MHIA ||i .1 II. ' i i.MI'AN ^ .-,! the Offlee -,1'tli. compaoj . 123 aouth Royal street, In the eity >.l Alexandria. Btate of Virginia, <>n THUR-SDAY, the Bral day <.f Beptem l,.r IM I, al 1040a ni. \- itii- meeting the pnrpoae of the eiilargetneiit ofthe Hotel Kaleigh and additiona tbereto, and the Bnanclna of ih.- aameeotered upon l>y the Board of Hir.-etor- under tbe autbority given aj tbe b\ -laws will be submitted. WALTER 8. HARBAJ", - iretary. j;. B i-l Ni .1 I< 1- is herel.y given to the DUbUo that] will not ln> respou.sihle fbl anv debtseontractedbv my wife, Mlnnle R.Pi WM. II. PECK. I AMOFFF.RIXc FOR SALE EX l'R.\ FA.W BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 35c Pound. I guarantce every pound to give satis faetion. Fresli aml Smok.d MeaH. Groceries and Farm Produflta of all kinds. Telephoneordersgiven prompt attentlon. Free delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Quecn and Royal streets. 'Pbone, Bell SoL, IIomeMTW, Jyi?iy_ >i:i; nl'K StilJTAIRK Diamond Rings $20 to $50 Their purity and l.rilliancy is amazing. R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jewelers and Sflveramitha NOTICE. Having quallfled as admlii i-t ntor of the estate of Luther Car ter,deoeaaad,all peraonj having aaabna Bgainat the -^ii.l .state are herel.e noti tic'l to nraaent the atme to me. duly veri Bfldfor aettlement. aml all persoaatn dehted to said estate ar.- her.-by uotitied to make prompt [.ayinent of their in debtednes* to me. ' E. L I'AYN'K. Adjuiaigtrator. dryg Store eloses at ?') o'clo-k |(- ., SUurdayfl -U 1. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHJNGTON?PARIS Clearance SaSe of Men's Straw Hats. In order to make a qnlflk aml eomplete elearanee we offer what remaius of our Btoek of Men'a Straw llats at eaactlj ball thooriginal priee. Don't walt until your si/e aml the ihapeyoutlesfrebaa bflflnaoht AUstses and styl.s now in stoek. 81.00 Straw Hats.VX ?2.00Straw Hats....?1.00 fj.ju .Straw Hats.Sl.il 13.00 Straw Hats... -i - - : 50 Straw Hats.jl.7.1 M.im Straw llats.-j.iii Women's Long Coats. Coats for motoring. driving. tra\ eliic a ,1 general summer Uflfl. We have but a small lot lefi iu stoek, and have putBpeclal prieea on them that should <iiticM.\ elear them out. Women'* Tan I.inen Long Coats. for motoring and traveling. made in scmi fitting and looee etfeets and Irimnie.I with oontraatlng aharka Colora broa n, blue, and bia.k. ?lOfiOandflfLfiO each. W.-re 817.50 and fOM. Women's Blltfl and Hlack Sflrgfl Long Coats, made semi-titting. and lined tbroughout with foi.lard silk: a few are half lined. SJgJOfljflflh. Were S^.oO and 127.60. Women's Rlaek-and-white Che.-ke.l I.ongloats. made semilitting and half lined. suiuii.lt- for general traveling wear. SOflflflh. WereSil.OO. Women's Cream Scrge I.ong Coats. ni.ulescniilitting.and linished w ith l.laek silk eollar aud eiill's. Suital.le for .-.k.I morning- aud e\ ening Oeaob. wereffCT.a) Thlrd floor- <; st. SALE OF Manhattan Shirts W Commencing Saturday morning we will P< reduce all Manhattans to the following prices: A .0. $2 50 Manhattan Shirts at.$175 M W 0 8a $2.00 Manhattan Shirts at.$1.38 H >fi $1.50 Manhattan Shirts at.$1.15 K 8 9 w We have all sizes in these shirts in both m Gb white and fancy effects. A | ? 9 I Kaufmann Bros. | U 402-405 King Street. a)j _W ?^SS^?S^?^S?^^^^S^^ w:. ********** OLMmm. ?**?***? 11 SANDERS & SiAYMAN CO. I 612 KING STREET. H Full Line of Victor Talkino Machines and Records. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN PIANOS. Sold on Easy Terms. TWO BEAUTIFUL ESTEY ORGANS, brand new, 10 per cent. discount. Payments, $5 per month. All orders for sheet music will be promptly filled from our Washington store until our music cases arrive. Sanders & Stayman Co. 612 King Street and 1327 F Su don, D. C iZZZZZZZXZZZZZZZ-l Summer Clearance Sale LOTOF Ladies' Shirt Waists Consisting of White and Black wash India Silk Waists, Tan, Pongee, Silk Waists, White Batiste Waists with Irish Embroidery fronts. Values ranging from $2.49 to $3.98; your choice for $1.69 D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET.