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ztti&> ALEXAXDHIA, VA.. MONDAY EVENINO. AUGUST 1, 1910. PRICE 2 CEXTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 180 POVVOBR makoi dellctouai Ice crcam lor lc. ? dlsh. l Notblng to do bai I put it into milk and freeze lt. At grocera. 2 package* lor 25 cts. Ladies! ^ave Money and Keep in ?- Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns McCair* BJagaalaswUI I,' Ip >? ? lahlj at a modrrale pspenat b? ke,'i i <., g you posted oa t1.:,' < lotbes niiii b \'C'.V 1 111 <? i' B on all I lOOal m 60c a yoar. Im f<>r ln MtCslraasBBiwlllena : auri rlilldron whlc i i and r.i. Prlc<*?nom crau. .-'-iici for free I'attera I * We Will Cirt Yon Fin* Preuitt f n i arooni rourfriends. ffciidforfrce IHE HcCAtL COMPANY. 239 lc 249 Wal 37ih Si.. NIW YORX BTEAMER8 Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. V.\ ii \ cla\ in the \,ar for i'ort Mon roe, N'ori'olk. Ncwport Ncws and pointa Bouth, via auporb, powerful|ateel palaee steamcra, Leave Waahingtoi .6.45 p. m.| fjan Leave Alcxandrla 7.00 p. m. Vrrive Ii Monroea 7.00a. m. Ive N'orfolk - "> <?? m. Arrive Portsmonth H.00a. m. Portsmotith 5.00 p m. I ' folk li.00 p. IU. p, 111. Arrh e Alexandria 0.30 a. m. Arrlvc Washington 7.00a m. Through i.-tlona madeal Norfolk with ateamerM of the <>h( Doralnlon Stcani-liip I oinpany lor New Vork and Slerehants'and Miner'a Steamahlpfl for ',-..1 Tiekcl Offlee. 720 14th st.N.W. Bond Bullding. Washington, !>. <'? Phone Main liBO. Seventh Htreel w harf. Phone Main3760. Mcxandria wliarffool of Priuce street. w ll CALLAHAN, aprl lyr Oeneral Passenger Agent Colonial Beach* Alexandria's Favorite Salt Water Resort. Steamcrs daily at 9:30 a. m. except Monday and special wcek-end tripa. Steamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 P. m. SAT URDAY. Steamer QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m. SATURDAY. Steamer ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m. SUNDAY. Returning leave Colonial Beach 12 midnight Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun day, Other days b p. m. Bathing. Boatintf. Crabbing; Fishintf the aacet ever. FARE ROUN0 TRIP: One day ticket. 50c. Seaaoa ticket. ?1.00. Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. )e3 3m _ Maryland Deiaware and Vir? ginia Railway Company. BPKINO 9CHEDULB. Steamer-ol thia line leave Mcxandria on and after Maj IA, 1910, Every MONB \N . WEPNE8D VX and ' ~> \ II RDAY at 130 p. iu. FOR BAI.TIMORE AND ALL THE l si VI. K1VER LANDINOa Culsine and appolntroents uncxcclled. Preighi for Baltlmore, Phlladelphla and STew Vork sollcited and handled with eare Through ratea and billa of lading Isstucd. , lc Rtre lo Baltlmore, *-?><>. round trip. *3.."i0; Btaterooms, one way. ll.fiO. Mcals. fiOc. REARDON a i-KIMl.s. Agents, Fool ofOameron atreet sCHEDUlE & Steamboat Co. I Utc M i> '? 1910 Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria at ti p. m. on Mon da\ and Wi dnesday for Parharn'a Poiat ?xnd lowcr n\cr landing*. Return earlj Wednesdaj an 1 Priday .morning. Leave saturday al ? i m. forXomlnland inter iucdiatc landiiigs. returning Sunday about "> p in Steamer "Wakefield." I.eavc Sunday. ruesdaj andThunday _t9a in. for Wlrt's wharf and all Intef inetllate landings. Returning leaveWln'a wharf at ,; a. in. the followiag day and fcrrivingat Alexandria aboUl I p. in. Reardon & Grimes, Agents. .? of Cameron Street. Bpnoae No- Aft_J?u lvr r. .. iiiHiinial Moul'lr < .uilcrenrf ?t the T,tr" I ?..U. e.O.1.1 ICIcws (ol iiv redueed farc- via Southern ?Si-yK7^i?oVMdi^ris}; aecount ?i|,"\' . ,.,.,. ..?.,, ,:?,o s..o ^U^niria dazrtfr. VI hi.i-hi:i> I'AII.V and TBI-WBKLY AT OAZETTE BUILDINO, 310 and 312 PRIKCE STREET. [Enteredatthe i't>stt)fllee of Alexandria, Virginia, as aeeond-elaaa tnatter.] Trats: Daily l reaur, a.vuo: 6 months, T~.?'?<>: 8 months. $l.?>: 1 month. 1'! eent week, 10 eenta. Tri-weeUy - 1 year, IS.00: <! months |1.50: :s niohths. 7") eenta; i month. at ? ?ents. kratraet advertlaera will not be allowed to exeeed thelr spnce unless the exceaa i- paid for at tnm-icnt rates, and under 00 rircum?taners will they be allow.id to advertiae other than thelr legiti matebusiness in theapaee oontraeted for. Resolutiona in memortam, t>f th;wiks. tributesof respeet, resolutiona adopted by soeieties or persons.unless of public eoneeni. will l>e printrd iu the paper a- advertiseraenta. KlaTG aja/ivi his pi:opi.r.. Tin- popularity of the king and queen <>f Bnfland steadily increaaes, and the party leaders are warned that a general electiop in wbtcfa tlie <|iics tioti of disloyalty of eitlier side to the reigning family is raised will be dis astroiis Their drive througli cast and BOUtfa London yeaterday after a fortnight with the hghting serviees has brotight them intO toueh with the nUUBJCe. Their goal was London HospiUl, where they visited tbe wanls for patients un dergoing radium treatmenl and in ipccted devicea for tbe protection of X-iay operatora and tbe new Finsen light apparatna preaented by tbe queen ruotber to tbe hospital. The risit, while an aaeuranee thal tliat cbtaa ol inatitutiona for whieh King Kdward helped tO raise millions would not be negleetetl during the present reign, waa leaaimportanl than tbepractical evidencetbal tbe king and queen were at home aniong their bumblest subje.ts. A long circoil was cboaen for the route to Whitechapel And tbe return by London Rridge and Borough High atreet, and the aimpleand unaffected fanction was witneaeed by an immcnae concoun-c of thepooreet and iowlieat The route was not lined with troopa an 1 the eacorl of aoldien and equerriea accompaaying the r,,yal carriagea was not large. Tle- addresses of weleome from tbe boroughsweredispenaed with, and the formalitica were restricted to the quainl ceremony at Holborn Bars, where the lord mayor'a aword waa <li played and aslutea were fired. Bouth wark and other borough offlciala were iu their robca. Aa tWO of the king's ehildreii were iu tbe poaaeaaion il was like a family party, Everything wasaimpteand nn ;,itt, ntinn- and tin- ciowds swartning all along the route, as though the me tropolis had been emptying oul for a bank holitlay, were orderly and respect ful, ahowing that they fully appreciated the attentiona paid them by a conaid erate monarch and his amiable queen. There could bave been no more atrik ing evidence that monarchy in England has become a democratic institution. WOMBN (iAMHM-.KS RAOB. A dispatch from (Metid, Relgium. Amid tbe IBOsI exeiting eoenea the poliee have raided tbe gambling tables fn Ihe Kursaal and the I establiahmenU, whieh make Oatend, ih xt to Monte Oarlo, tbe favorite re -i.rtiii Europeof thoaewbo wooflckle Foitune. The women al the Kuraaal tables were wrought up tt. the piteh of fury htraiiM- theii play was interrupted B0 rudely. Tbe men, perhapa more bard eiied gatiili'.ei's. tOOk tlie raid philo sophically. Some women, shrieking, atruck tlie policemen wbo aeuted their stakea and fought like ao many viragoa to regain their money. Two or three women with titlea, bowever dubious, were forcibly eacortcd to the gardena and advised to leave Oatend aa quietly and quicklv as poaaible. Other women frightened half todeatb, aal aUent and rigid a- if turned to BtOfM. A wllite baired woman wept and lameti'ed loudly that had the poliee delayed their visit only one night she wonld have won a foitune. ln the unrveraal acramWe for the stakes the eool-headed raseals aniong the playera Blled their pocketa with other people'a rnoney. The poliee eontiseated tbe -takes, the costf yjgaming tablee and materiab), even the blottera from the writting desfcs, fot the blottera lx>rt- the naaaea of the playera who had been writting letter-or signing checks. and were neednl as evidence, Rut even more was needed toatopthe gaming than this sudden and severe KCtion. Th.- next day deal tables and chaira were taken intO the rooms, rou lette wheels were hastily proeured and gambling went on M before. but not without so great physicalconifort tothe playera. Since the raid very many peopk have left Ostond. The scason. whieh has been atllieted with execrabk weather, ia at aa end, practicaily. Bul decent peoble say "good riddanee'' <>f thoee who have gone. and insist that Ostend'a own inhwent attraotiona auf ntake it ? arjeeeaarol resort. Boreaeaa oi the muacka, whether in duced by violent ezeidaea or injury, is ?uiekly relieved by the free application if ChaV.iberlain's Lininient. This luv ni. nt is eiiually valuable for museular rheuniatism. and always affords quiek relief. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Uibson._ M BTAIMSJ N(?-l'MOMST*. In a caac brought before tlie Sydney R - W.) Industrial Court Judge Heydon has girea a deeisiou whieh ba* caused tnajch d'naaliafatlsuii among tradt uniontsts, inastnueh as it estab Ibbes dt timtt ly the legal right of non nnionkrta to repeaenlaUuM on federal wages V.ards. The ea-e arose out of the recent wharf laborera' troublea, eonoected with the great strike in the coal min ing induatry. Some loO non-union laborera who had come to the i anceof tbe empkryen wcrc diamtand for no other reason than that they wcrc iion-iinioni-ts. thc unioiiists refttting IO work alongxide thctn. Had the dis miaaed workmea been uoiouieta their cmploycrs would have l.ccn liabh- ??. a line of 5s 1 (*0 for each man so disniis-cd or a totaloj $15,000. Thc dismissod lahorcrs appealed and were inet with a Btroog opposition from tbe uniooiata but Judge Heyddn aaid be was drivcn to the coiielusion that thc frce lahorcrs having had their legal rigbta attacked, mual be pul in a poai? tion tO clcfeinl thcin-elve-. To M a iioii-iinionist was not anoffenac agaiost the law. Bmployeracould refuea them ciiiplovineiit, hut at any rate free lal> orcra mual not l>c told thal thc law de prived them <>f the right to work. iir.it II.M. TO CllMi: |M>\>>. Queen Alexaodra'a qoalol llag will be lowcrcd froni the staff of Buckiag hani Pahtce aoon %nd King Qeorge'i royal ataodard will take it- plaee. The queen with ber abaer, tbe Dowagar Empreaa ofRuaaia, togoiogtoDenmark cariy nc.vl inonth. The sistcrs will apend a week or two al 8andringbam before proceeding to Denoiark, wbere the queen owna a couatry irilbi near Copenbagen. They will aJao pay a visit to thc king and queen of Nor way. Kin>; George baa been very con sklerate of ma mother alnce the deatfa of King Edward. The etiquette and the cuatom of Buropean courta inaiel that the widow of a Borereign iball racate the palaoeimmediatety after the huaband'i funeral. Queen Adelaide lefl Windaor Oaatle within an h aar after thc luiral of her buaband, King Wil? liam. Queen Alexandra, however, baa been permitted hy her aon to remain at Buckiughani PaJace as loogaaabe wi-hed. she is now Buperiateodiag tbe pack ing of her peraooal effeota preparatory to leaviog thc palace forever. she lefl the palace thc other day lo eall upoii her aon at Marlborougii Housc. three blocka away. It was the lir.-t titne she has been otrtahhi the palace aince thc king'a funeral. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, which you know is goodand pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Established 1792 Williams "Empress" Floating Bath Soap Best for the Bath. Special, 6 cakes for 25c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. Clearance Sale of Remnants and Single Rolls ol 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. Ruben & Sons. 601 KING STREET. SCHOOL"-. -i IfoOLS. State Female NormalSchool Twenty-seveiith Beaaion begini SEPTEMBER 7TH. E.r catalognc and infortnatioii concernitig Statk Saioi.AKsiiii-s write to augl wi'w-ni .1. I- dARMAN, I'kksidkst, Faroayille, Va. _ St, tae's Episcopal School for Girlsj Episcopal High School Ch.m:m.tti-:svm.i.i;. Va. Near Alexandria Va. Folt I'.'iVS. Opens Scptcmlicr 30th, Full corns of i Thc Tjml ycar OBeOS BEFTEMBEB M, teacbera?Preparatory and Aoademie 1910 OBtalogue eeat licpartmeiits. Music, Languages, Art. ? ,.,,,.,, , , ,, i?,.,,?.i.v?i Hlsa MAItV HVI'K DU V*AL, >?? at P^h^pRD.LL. >.. I r.neipal. iei.,:fni PriaeJpaL a i:. iioMoyn. a.. J jyud-tv.?-jui Aaaooiate Priooipai 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. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. LJBOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Pretident J. J.GREEN. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loaaa and Inveatmeuta, |aM,4fi8.S0 l . s. Bonda. 125,000.00 Bank Ing Houae. t:i.j:ii.i;i Inie from Banksand Re aerve Ageota. B8.104 n Cash. 4? S PerCeat Puad. 1,400.00 |l,22fi LIABILITIES capital.iioojooaoo Surplu- and Profits. 185,522.51 Circiilation. 903W.OO Depoaits. M2.289.90 utiier Llabtlitlea. 1,410.01 11.228 ? Thia bank with ita ample eapital aad rarplua, Ita adeqaite equipmeat and faeilitlea, soiiiit- the aeeounta of maaufcetureni, wboleaalera, retallera and individiiai- ou tbe beat termi r^HMoatenl ?itii sound baakiag. No a. < omit too large to i>c bandled MUaraetorfiy; none too small to be appreciated. FOR SALE. Cozy six room brick dwelling, 821 Duke street, with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al w^ays rented. Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Duke street,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 each and every modern convenience. Ready for occupancy. Further particulars at my office. John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. John P. Robisvx, fJan, s. Fwobu it President Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and MANrKACTlRERS |OK Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and ric Acid. Aak rour dealer for the Alexandria Fertili/cr and t hemical Co.'s I'roducts. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prloceas Street and Potomac River Wharf. Alaaandria, Virginia. Otterburr. LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyipep lia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leadins; Physiciana endorse it and tea ? tify to tta great merit. Frank Warfield, _ Druggist._ " Ui.l'K K.VI? IPK'KTS. Local week eml tiekets Washington to Somer-et. W.irrcntou. Harrisonburg. ltlueniont and intermediate StattOOS sold , on Saturdays and Sundays. valid for re? turn on Montlay at very low fare-. till be plaeed on aale by Soutbern Railway st washington.b. ('.*. bearlnalng sati.'R DAY, May >th, and contiuuing until i October 2, Inclusbe. L. S. BKWwN, Qenerai Agent ONE BARREL GREEN HER G,Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewhere. G. W. RAMSAY. 6INGER ALES. Cliquot Club. U. S. Club. Beaufont. Gasman's Palmer's. G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. nXAWClAL Oaanxn u Boonn, j if. B, ELutu>w President 1 rlee President First National Bank Al.KXANWMA. Va. Designated Depository of the Unitcd States. CAPITAI.fioo.noo 8URPLUH AND UNDOTDED PR0FIT8.I17.J.0OO Dlreetors: Q. L BOOTHE, M. R. HARLoW <;. E. WARFIELD. J. P. MUIR, VVALTER ROBERTC, B. BAER.JB., I-KAM IS L. s\< """. R3TABLISHED 1888. Burke & Herbert Motieiniy equlpped for banking irf its rarioua branehea Deposites received lubject to ehoek at night. (ollecttons made on all pointa, liigb-grade Investment seeurlties bougutand aokL Lettera of Credlt aad Porafgn Ba> ehange furnisbed. Safe Deposit Hoxesl'or rent. A8s>vinars Iiepartmont in whieh in terest is afiowed on deposit-. W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Mcats and Provisions W(X)D and COAL Spccialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192. A8PECIAL MEETTNQ ofthc stoek lioldcrsofthe WASHINGTON, AK LINOT0N4 FALLS CHURCH RA1L WAV COMPANY, will be held FKI DAY, August 5,1910, at2 p. m. at the eompaay'fl offlee at Mt. Veraoo, Va., lor the purpose of autliorizinjr the aequisi tion of new ecnistruetion.cc|iiipmenlani| improvemcnts. and sueh other busineas as may como before the meeting. .IOHX W. RICH. Secretary. jy21 td PROPOSAL8.?ProposaN wiil be re ceivedat the offlee of the Cit.v Kn ginecr until 12 o'elock noon August 4, 1910, and then opened, for theereetionof steel cells aad alteratious of the Alexan? dria. Va.. j.iil. Plans and speclfieations can be .seen at the City Fmgineer's offlee. Thc right is reserved to rejectany and all proposals and to aecept the proposal that the Committee on Public Property may deem l>est for the interest of the Citv Council of Alexandria. < IIAS. B. MARSHALL, Caairman Oom. on Pub. Property. Jyl9td ! SALE OF Manhattan Shirts j Commencing Saturday morning we will B reduce all Manhattans to the following prices: g $2.50 Manhattan Shirts at.*175 I $2.00 Manhattan Shirts at $1.50 Manhattan Shirts $138 A at.IMI H O We have all sizes in these shirts in both H W white and fancy effects. ig _ I Kaufmann Bros.l o 402-405 King Street. 1 SCaWorororororo:o:o:ofrra Your Watch Will Never KeepCor rect Time if it needa cleanintf. Moat likely that'a the reason it haa been losintf time lately. Step in and let ua look it over. We are exparta in watch repairinf. All our work ia guarantccd. and our chartfea are alwayi the loweat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYALJSTREET. BELL PHONE 34* ? FOR RENT 817 Princestreet.182 60 120 N. St. Asaphstreet. 18 00 1123 Duke street. 16 00 118 N. St. Asaph street. 14 (XI 218 N. l'itt street. 11 00 ;>11 s. Henry streei. 10 60 627 N. Henry street. 10 50 880 Commeroe atteel. 8 60 888 Conimeree street. 8 00 421 S. Alfr.il street . 7 50 810 Wilkes street. 6 lX> 606 Wilkes streot. ti 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. I^A Z 40? KING STREET Onr 1!>10 miinmer priees en Anthrarile Coal hoeame efleetive Monday. Ifsajr i IM0. There has never heen a time in th<> history of our business when we lelt that we were able to jive better ralnaa in Aathnerte t'oal than we eaa thia aeaaoa, aa we have conipleted onr arranjjeinetit" to seenre oureatir* supply from tsroor three ofthe ver.v best eollieries in ihe Antraeite rejrion. and will have a OOaJ whieh is nniforin in qttatlty, well prepared. .iml eoal that will jjive far lielter reaajJU than the averaaje. It is onr ile^ire to ;'ivc our trads the beet values that SM lx> had. and we earn rsil v -olieit the orders ofotir I'rienrls and etastonaen. W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC. 1IKI.I, TKLPFION'K 19and ???"? UOME TELEPHONE lft!and 07. ORDKR OKKK'K, No.??> KIN<; STREET ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. II You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?tlie Rigtit Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE i? what you want. Aiso try some of our ^fine Imported Wines and Gin, Lowenbach Bros.. King sad Alfred Srrasts. Both Phone*.