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ALEXAXDRTA. VA., SATIRDAY RVEXIXG, JLXY 3?. 1910.
PUICE 2 CEXTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 179 Ladies! Save Money *"* Keep " * Style by Reading McCall'a Magazine and Using McCall Pattcrns I a moder?t? by keeplne ,gted on tbo aud bats. 60 | liii.n Ueslirns 1 [vahmMo luforniBil?m ,!i all ! >nal aMUM* - 11 n frco paltern. Suli KTtbC lod*J l fcfif ft? TTin ?v" r~ *2"".fc' rikI chlldren whirh ?ill ? -noneblBbi i ,nd for free r?twrn < I W. WH Ci? Yoa H?* Prt?.U for i | fHE KcCALl CONPANY. ?J91.2? ftd 37:'. I 8CHOOL8.1 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF-MEDICINE SIVMIS 6TUART McGUIRE, M. D.. P?t?iotHT MEDICtNE DENTISTRY--PHARMACY lUtlUttlMi the (jift of | t:iond. ralorjr V.o.IdniK M temporary ', coavcnicnL NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. n> on- II m/iUi, u->e fourothers for teachinj;. MODERN LABORATORY METHOD8. Meniber Association of American Medical Col Ic-et. Regikterrd in New Vork. Hi?h itanding. I ex|*n>es. moderate. m 8EN0 FOR CATALOGUE ANO STATISTICAL RECORD jy-; St. Ansie's Episcopal School for Girls ( a ynvan i wviLUt, Va. Odwh Beptumber 30th. Full ?orpa '.'? nonartinvnts. Muaie. Languagca. Art. jel53m Prlnelpal. Episcopal High School \,.,,- Alcxandrla, Va FOR BOY8. Tne72ndyear opens BKPTEMBER 28, H?lo. (Jataiogue nent. , m bi vCKFt>UI>. i.l. 1??? Prlnelpal. \. i: HOXTON, l!. A.. Jj |2 ,1 tW Jm \--,.ri:Hr l'ni..-.|.:tl. BTE \MKKS Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo. tr foi Port Moii roe Norfolk. Kewporl Sews and polnU SoTuh.via?uWrb.powerfoli?teel palace ?te iinora, ,ve Wit-lum>"" ' l5P "1-1 Vloxandrla7.00p. m. \rrive Pl. Monroea 7.00a. m. Arrive Norfolk ?.00a. m. Arrlvc PorUmonth s.ooa. m. I , ,v?i Portsniouth ft.00 p. ni. l . ,N, i orfolkU.UOp. ni. ,', lVI, ii Monroc 7.00 i>. m. Vrrlvc Alcxandrla <?'>> a m. Arrlvc Waahlngton 7.00a. m. Thraturli eonueotlont inajle ?i N.-rfoik wlth "Smw-TH of thc Old lH.I?n..K..j HtcamsMptompany forXew ^o'kand Mcrohauu." and Mlner's Bteamahlpa for Boin"ralTlcketOfflce.720Mth8tN.W. Dond Buildinjr. WaahlnfUm, 1?- ? PK?n?lBU^wharf.PhoBeMaln^ ?^.|?^:,I1:^!.IK""' aprl l.vr Oenornl Paswenger Agent Maryland Delaware and Vir oinia Raiiway SPKIXO SCIIEDULE. Btearoeraol Udi line leave Atoxwdita on undafter May 15, IM0. Erers MONDAY. \VKl?M.si?A V and ? > \ ii i:i>.\ N ai liW p. i" FOH BALT1MORK AND ALL Tlli: J \h\ AI. RIV1 K LANMNOa CuWneandapp<.intmcntsiniexcened. Fwlehi for Baltlmore, Phlladclplila .?,,, nvu Vork Bolleited and hanoJed with care. Through ratea and bllla oJ '^n^K-i'nvio Baltimore, 12^0; round trlp, $3.50; Htatcroom?, one w?y, ll-? >l,:i'l''\i;lwN a ORIME8, AgenU, r,,ot ofCamerou street SCHEDULE & Steamboat Go. Bffeetlve May '? |,: '? Steamer" Capital City." 1 ,-iv,'> Alcxandrla at 6 p. m. "? N'"; dav and Wedncwlaj for PartaanTs Polnt an'dl .wrrriver landings. Return oarly >V?*dnesda> and Prldaj mornlng. Leavi Saturdav a't:?a m. for Nomlnl and Inter meHllato landinga, returnlng Bunday p. ni. Steamer "Wakefield." 1 eavoSunday.Tueadaj andThuraday ?t9a m. for tf Irfa wharfand all Inter medlalelandlnga-lUturninglcave^lrti wharf ii ?: :>? '"? llu> followlngday and MTlvlng ai llexandria aboul i p. m, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Pool ofCSameroa smvt. rel?pbonc x<.. :?"?_?)*'" '>r Williams "Empress" Floating Bath Soap Best forthe Bath. Special, 6 cakes lor 25c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. i-ri!i.i>iii;i) iiaii.v anktiu-wixki.y ai GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and H2 PRINCE sTKl.KT rEntered atthe PostofTice of Alexandria, Virjrini.'i. :?>. aeoond-eJaaa matter.) Ti RMs: ]>ailv - 1 year. $.">.<><?: <? moattw, 12.50; ?': montha, W.2&: ' aaoatb,48 eeaa i week, lOceata. Tri-wt-.'klv -1 v.-.'ir. t:(.'M: 6 mOBtha 11.50: 3 montha, W ewli; l monih. 38 ontrMt advrrtisers will BOt 1)0 allOU >' I toexoeedthelrspaceunlesstheej Is paid for attransleol ratca, aml unoet no clrcumatancea will they be uowwl to advertlae other than tbeir leglU matebuaiueaa ii] theapaoe eoiitraoted for. ... . Reaolutiona in uiemoriam, ot tnanaa. tributMofrenpect, reaolutiona adoptecl bv tocieUea or perM>na,unleaa ol puimc ooneern, will be printed In tha i*:<p>* u adi ertlsementa. SPAIN HKKAkS WVtU VATfCAW. At the coodaeion ol a oonfemnoe ;it Ban Bobaatian. Bpain, yeatenaay evening, bajtweeo King Alfonao and Preraier Oanalejaa, ii w?e announced thavl Marquia Bmillo de Ojeda, Bpaniah ambaaaador to tbe Vatican. bad beeo recalled. At the aame time the opinion waa ex preased that a rapture witb Ihe Vatlcan waa inevitable. Benoi Canalejaa toM the king tliat tbe gmrernruenl could notacoept tbe condhiona oftbe Vati can'a laal note and tbal the Vatican would be ao iniormedk Premior Canalejai will continue hia anti-cforical programme, counting upoo tbe aupport ol King Alfonao. Ominoua reporta are receiTed follow ing tbe publication ol the newi tbal a rupture between the Bpaniah govern menl and the Vatican appeara immi nent. Al 8an Bobaatian, Don Jaime, the pretender, haa iaaued a manileato in wiiirh he aaya tbal be will l<-ail the Carliata in tbe battio, which be inti matea may be ooming aoon and con gratulating them on their loyalty to the pope. The Vatican baadeclared that the negotiationa lookingto a reviaion ol tbeconcordal cannot be continued un til tbe imperial decree permitting non Catholic aocietiea to display the in? aignia ol publie worahip baa been withdrawn. Oanalejaa haa reaponded iii.it be canno( canoel tbe programme whii li the government Ikis announced. The general aituatiou is < omplicated by the unresl aroong the rainera in the Catalonian provincea and the occaaional claabea between the Catbolk and non Catholic elomeuta throughoul tl" oountry. fJninmaw ol tha muaclea, whether in duocd by violent exerciaee ot injury, is qukkly relieved by t)"- Iree appUcation ol Chainberlain'a Liniment Thia lin ment i- eojually caluable fur muaculai rbeumatum, and alwayi afforda guii-k reliel, BoJd by W P. *'r?ij<f?i'>" and Ricbard Qibaon._ NBGRO >1I lUBBBI HAWCBIK John Junkin, the negro convicted ol the mnrdet ol Ctora Roaen, a white girl, wlio waa kilK-d while returning from choir practice in Ottumwa, lowa, in Febroary, 1908, waa banged jreater day in the penitentiary al Forl Madi ?on. The negro made tbe following atatement through Fatber Zeiaer, ol Fort Madiaon, the prieat wli<> bad been with liim aeveral liours prior tO his deatb : "I, John Junkin, nowon the point ol death, deaire mort ainceroly to ob tain mercy and loigireneaa from Qod for all iny sins. I like 11 uk forgive neaa Irom my motber for the aorrow I have cauaed ber and 1 earneatly and lincerely aak lorgiveneai from the parenta and relativea and frienda ol riaia Roaen forthepmtn [bavebrougbl upon them. May God bave mercy on my aoul." Tbe execution waa a gbastly <'nc be auae ol the failure ol tbe nooae to work properly, and for nearly -0 min utea aft?i the drop lell Junkin writhed and Btruggled until he rtntngjed to death. The murdei ol Miaa Roaen, who waa ? Btnger in a churchcboir, waa a partic olarly brutal one, and aftei hia arreat Junkin narrowly eacaped lynching. iroMAN Ml iu>f.ki;i>. Bnraged becauae be )iad been denied admittance to ? bouae whore a woman lired upon whotn be bad been torcing hia attentiona, George Coyle, ">s yeana old, in Toledo, Oliio. ycstcrday inorn ing siiot and killed tbe landlady. -Mr.~. Edward Hoefflinger, and wounded lfra. Dora Stcaoer WUaon. Coyle thenabot liiniM'lf in tbe bead and will die. A montb ago CJoyle waa arreated for annoying Mra. WUaon,who is ;>l yean ild, but be t'ontiued to botber hcr, aer frienda aay Mra. Hoefflinger, aitb whom Mra. Wllaon roomed, waa iruning in the kitchen yeeterday morn ing wben Coyk ctlled al the reai door. Bhe refoaed to M l'i>" paaa the kitchen. Without i wocd of warning Coyle pulled a rerolrer and fired once al" Mra. Hoefflinger. The woman. bleeding Irom awound inthe breaat, ruahed onl ol doow, bdling oo ber face in the graaa. Slio died almost in atantiy. Mra. Wtlaon waa m bod in a from room on tlu- tirst iloor. Bhe acreamt d and ran upstairs when >Ik' hcard tbe ?hota. Coyk loUowed ber up thp ataira, but sht- eluded bim by going in to anotber room. While bewaalook ing for hcr in anotber rOOtn Mra. WH aon alipped down the ?teps. Bhe bad ajmoat naached Ihe bottooa step wbea Coyle caughl sigbt of lur. He abot twice. One bullet tOOk efteet in tbe rigbt aide and the other bullet rnangled tlio tingers on ber rigbt liand. Coyle nutde no atfcaenpt to follow Mr.<. Wilson. Instead be walked back 10 a room overlooking tbe yard wbere Mra. Hoefflinger lay dead. It is be lieved that Coyle WM looking from tbe nindow at tbe body o! his \ietim whefl be fired the bullet iuto hia own bead, iu>i>rc r4HTN0 mm <>N kaii>. BecaOM of jcalousy on thc part of tlicgirls ?.f the distri<t. their two dan gerooa rivaK Nina Barrywell, aged 21, KOd I.aura Oripper, aged '2(\ of Yandcr grift IIYights, BearPjtfcborg, Pa., m attacked^huraday eveuing b* a band of yoang men. Their SkHning ra Btripped from tlifiii. and ibey were given a coat ol iar and feathera, after which they *ere riddea on ? rail througli parl ol the town and tbrowo off, wben they fled with th. flee?oeea ol a hare. Tbey hare not alnce beon SOCIl. The two girls carne lo the dwtrtct aljout etjgbt month* ago, claiming tbat they wcrc orphans and ibal ihfCJ liad determined to livein badielor qtiartere. Bethg rivacwos and uowaualrj pretty thoy aoon aueoeeded in winning away from ihe other girla their beanx. Ii took aix montba for thc foraaken onei to liit upou a dackled plan ol revenge, l.ut the one they put intoexecution was ;i toooew. Onc of the girb was led to rehUe all that waa tranapiring at the bachelor reaideoee, and (hii naa lold to thc other girla. The yoang men aare tlnii Bummoned and informed that the "bachelor" girli had toM "eyerytbing" wben the abaahed yontha determined to gel areo, Gettmg the two "bachelor" girla to proimaa to in.it two of their Dtrmbrt near the town Thnraday eveaing, the girhi were ael upon by the band ol enraged youtha, wbo maltreated them and compelled them to flee for their livcs. A report ol the aifair au made to the police, who are trying to locate the miaaing girls aa well aa to aacer tain wlio wcrc reaponaiblo for the outrage. ^_ W1U latereept Bxpedltlea. Tegucigalpa, Honduras, July 80.? The governmenl waa informed yet terday thal the Britiah governmenl bai ?enl ? cruiaer from Belixe to intercepl an expedition irbieb lefl Britiah Honduraa to aid Pormer Preeidenl Bonillain hiaeffortto reoover control of thia country. The cniiscrwill go to Cayoe, Zapotil loa, where the expeditiou iaaappoaed I i be awaiting an opportunity to effed a landing. The in",vs broughl delight to govern roenl offlciala, aa il ii believed thal Ihe interception of the expedition will pot an end to the BoniHa revohitkin. The legleaa body of a man waa taken from the river al the Maid ol the Mist landing on the Canada aideal rfiagara Falls. yeaterday morning. Thc man had dark bairand sbrowomu tache There waa no clothiog cn the body, which waa badly decompoaed. 1.AIM.I. YIKLI). On eleven-twelfthi of an acreofland, |fi Bubert Fufta, liviog near Tlmber rille, harveated .-i wheal erop irhicb yielded forty nine boahehi and lifty pounda, al the machine, or flfty-tbree buabela al tbe inill. Thia ia probabl) the largeat wbeat yield for the acreage m the Valley ol Virginia. Mr. Lank Driver.oftheaameaection, threshed a crop which averaged 81 buabeli to the acre.?[Harriaonburg Timea. _ Bavera liiHiic Kuie. Loodon, July 80.?Home rnlc not only for [rektnd, but for otber parta of the united kingdom, ia believed today to be foreahadowed by the after dinner speech of Iriah Beeretary Birrell, in which he declared thal 'thedragging of [reland in the wakc ol Bngland waa a stnpiil piece of buaioeaa." We ougbl to bave truly an imperial parlia ini'iit in Bngland," Birrell epncluded, "free of all local detaila." Thia ia be ing generally interpreted a-; meantng thal the adminiatration favora home rule for variooa parta of the empire, patterned aftei the atate legialaturea of Amcrica, under an "imperial parlia incnt." correaponding to the American Congren Riotlngat the AVnliamabutg plantof the American Sngar Reflning Company, nrherc l man wm allled and twenty-flvc wcrc Injurcd Tharaday, waa renewed yeaterday. Bhota were flred butnoooe waa lnirt. ^^^ \ot aldlag Blther Caaalaate. Ncw York. .fnly 80. ? Theodore BooaeveH yeaterday tookoccaaiontore iterate hii atatemenl that be is not aid ing any candidatea for nomination in tbe repabKcan party, ia a atatemenl regarding the rival candidaciea ol 1'liilip Stanton and Hirani Johnaon for governor of California. Stanton ia the repnblican nominee, and Johnaon an iodependenl candidatc. Tbe latter i< being bodmed by Qifford Pinchot, which fact bai giren riae to atatementi in thr California pnss thal Johnaon was al.-o Booaevelt'a candidate. Clearance Sale cf Rcmnants and Singlc Rolls of Mattings Grass Carpet, 40c grade, at 25c Neat Patterns 30c and 25c Mat ting at 15c and 20c. 40 yards of 23c grade Matting at $7.00. Matting Rugs at 29c. M* Rubcn 8>C Sons, 601 KING STREET. Falrbanks-MorsePortable Engirfe *-=??? HereijaPower that ualways ready. Inrotigate! Just the cnRine for Cotton Ginninjj, Grinding, Pea nut and Graia Tbresbing. Flooding or Drainage Pumping, Sogar Cane Mills, Sawing or any senr ice where great and steady Power is reqnircd. No extra fuel to carry. No dang-er from fire. boller exploslona or broken brUlees, as wlth uteam enelnet. Slmple ? powerful ? reliable?economlcal -and always ready to be takets anywbere at a mlnute's ootlce. Simple Hopper Coollne Jacket. Do?$ away wlthcompticated coollnu jyitcm wltblar^eauan tltles of water to dra? aronnd. ?n..ir?i?K??v*.Wrtra??eaelnewlll ilarelop ?o*e than r?u*I norw iKiwof. 81ow upaad ?ad w ?im7&ifft^h ?MNa^or r.ar. wlth little wear. All part. ?r? aorewlble, aaally adjortad and lqu,roha.i???!>l...*!Vr?w M*<l?ii. .1*- from?to?H. ? Ot?rU? on awoUaa, karoaaoa or fromltofiH. H. ???_ rutUbk l.npo. Dook Ho. r*. 1 -81 1433 Maln Street, RlchmondL Va. Uridilmi ntarcat afour 8T Kraarh Uo>m Mow oniln.. nnw ina-rflov Mada lii..l??ifrom Fairbanks, Morse & Co. Alexandria National Bank Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. t 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. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. I..|BOOTIIE. Pre.idant GF.O. E. WARFIFLD. Ca.hier M. B. IIARLOW. Viee-PretiJent J. J. GREEN. Aaaiatant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER LBOOTHE BENOIT BAER, JR. Mj.B. 1IARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MDIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANC1S L. SMITH RESOURCES Loana and Inveatmenta. I8M.48S.S0 r. s. Bonda. ia'i.OOO.00 Banking Houw. TBJDl.01 Pnc fnnii Bankaand Re aenre Agenta. W.104.4.1 rjamfa. -ti 5 Per Cent Pund. f ].?.?:-.-s.i: LIABILITIES QapiuU.1100,000.00 Surpluaand Proflta. K'?..'.M..">l CircuUtion. ""? ' Depoaita. "? li.290.H0 (iilu-r Liabllltiea. 1,416.01 ?i.::-nmj Ttiis bank vritfa it? ample eapitaJ aml aurplna, Ita adeqoate equipment and PaclUtlea, aollcita the aeeouuta of manufaeturera, wrboleaader*, ratallera and Indlvlduala on the i?--t terrna eonaittrat ?itii aound banklng. Koaeeount loo large to be handled aatlafaetorlljr; uono too ?mall to be appreelated. FOR SALE. Cozysixroom brick dwelling, 821 Duke street, with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al? ways rented. Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Duke streetcon 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 each and every modern convenience. Ready for occupancy. Further particulars at my office. John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. rom p. Rominmr, Qao. B.FM Preetdent Deeintaiy. ia Fertilizer and MANWFACT?RKIU <>!?' Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. .\sk ^?-,11r daater (w the AJoxandria PVrtiltrarand ChetnlcaU c?.'s Piuduota. Capacity: 50.000 ton? per annum. PftMtaaj -Street and 1'otomac Kiver Wharf. Al6*andrla, Virginia. Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyipep aia. Indifettion. Kidney and Liver j Troublei. Leading Phyaicians endorie it and tea I tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, _ Druggist._ -aveejt RyimcfrKTS. Ix>cal week r-ml tiokcts Washington to Bomenet, Warrcnton. Hanlaonburg. Bluemont and intermedlate atartowa aofcl on Baturdayaand Bundaya, raJld for r<> turnonMond.iv at very km fare-i. will be njanod on aale bjr Bouthern Railway at Waahlngton.D. < '.', beglnnlng s.\ i'l'K DAT, Miv >th. and continuing until Oetober J. iucliiMve. L. S. BRtWN, Oeneral Agen t ONE BARREL G,Wra. RAMSAY. For Iced lea Vse My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than youcan buy at 75c elsewhere. G. W. RAMSAY. GINGER ALES. Cliquot Club. U. S. Club. Beaufont. Gasman's Palmer's. G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe lierring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. FINANCIAL i; umvia: i.. BOOTaTW, ! M. II. Haiw.ow Prealdent ! Vlee Prealdeot First National Bank At.aXAKDai \. Va. Designatcd Dcpository of the United Statcs. CAPITAL.$100,000 SURPLUH AND I NDIVIDKD PROFIT8.$17.i.000 Dlreotora: Q i,. BOOTHE, M. I?. HAKLOVf. Q. K. WARFIELD, J. P. Ml'lU. VVAL1 EH ROBERTS, B. UAKR, Jr.. PRANCIBL. sV """? ~~ESTABLISHED 1*V1 Burke & Herbert Modernly ?qjllpped for hanking in ii-; rarioua branebea. Depoaltea recelved Bubjeet to ebeek al nlghfc Collectlona made on all potata. Higb-grade Inveatment scrurities oougnt and Bold. Lettera of Credlt and Foreign Ba> change furnlahed. Safe Depoait Boxeafor rent a Savings. Departnaent In which In tereal taaflowedou depoaita W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Strccts. Deaier in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Ccment, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192. ASPECIAL MEETINO ofthe atoek holdera ofthe WA8HINGTOW, AK LIXGTONA FALLS CHURCH KAIIr way COMPANY, will be betd Fltl DAY, Atlguat 5,1910, at J p. m. at the Doanpany'a offlee at Mt. Vernoa, Va., lor the purpoae of autfaorlaing the aequlal tion ofnew i)oiistniction.e<|tiipnientand unprorementa, and aoefa other boatoeae as iinr eome before the meeting. JOHN W. KICH. Secretary. JT-1 u?_ ___ PRl rpt is LLBProposala will l>e re ecdred at the ofllea ol the Cit.y Kn rtneernntil lio'olock noon Ai:Bust 4. 1910, and then onened, for theerectionof stc.'l cella and aiterations ofthe Alexan Idria. Va.. jail. Plans and apeclfications ' <an Ih> swn at the fity Kngineera offlee. I The right is reserved to reject any and ; all propoaala and to aeeept the nropoaal ' that the (omniittee on Public Property may decm beat for the Interest of tbe Clty (otitieil or Alexandria. THAS. B. MARSHALL, Cbairman Oona. on Pub. Proparty. Iyl9 td House Dresses House Dresses of good Gingham $1 and $1.50. White Skirts 75c and $1. Black Silk, 36 inches wide, stan dard quality that is sold elsewhere at $1.50; ourprice $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 needs cleaning. Mo?t likcly that'* the reaaon it hasbeen losing time lately. Step in and Ict u* look it over. We are experts in watch rcpairing. All our work i* guaranteed. and our chargea are always the lowtat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. BELL PHONE 341. 106 NORTH ROYAL|STREET. H ? -m FOR RENT 817 Princeatreet.$22 50 120 Y St. Aaaph atrett. 18 0t) 1123 Duke atreet. 1*"> 00 118 N. st. Aaaph atreet. 14 00 218 N. I'itt rtreel.?? 11 00 511 s li.mv atreei. 1<? 50 587 N. Henry street. 10 50 880 Coenanetce street. 8 50 828 Commeroa atreet. s 00 421 S. Alfred street. 7 iO 810 Wllkee atreet. 5 <hi 506 W'ilkes street. ?'< 0? Several Comfortable Houses for Sa!e. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A^ ft/V Z 40? KING STREET Our mOHiminier piieeson AnthraHte I 'oal heeainc eft'eetive Monday. May 1, There haa aever beeas a time In tbe hletory efoor buahaeea wbeai are Mt that vre arete able to ftre better valuea in Antbreefte Ooal tiwn are eaa thla aeeaon, aa arebare eomnleted oui ?rrane;emeiit? to aeeure ourentire auntdy rreoa twoor three ofthe \m- beat oollierlea in the Antnelte reffion, and will bareaooal whieh i? uniforra In qualit] ? r'p|1 preraiied, and soal that will gtve far better reiiiilts than the avenute. , , , It i* ourdeeire to ;,'iv<> our tra<lt< the beat v.ilue* that ean bo had. and we earti estiv si.iicit the ordera of our frienda and etutomera. W. A. SMOOT &. CO? INC. P.KIX TELPflONE 19and6". 1IOMKTELEPHOXK IWand oT. OROKR OFFICK. No. o.n KING STRI 1.1 ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Rigbt Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE i? what you want. Alao try aotne of our [finc Imported Wiaea and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King aad Alfred StrMta. Both Phonea.