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LOCAL MATTBBS. Sun and Tide Table. Sun ri-c- lomoirow at fcOO and scts 7:12, Higbwatei al Is'fl a. m. aod 630 i>. m. Weather Prohabilities. For tbi- -crlion t'air tonigbt and Tues day, with moderate temperature; llghl \ a rial.lc w ind-. ALEXANDRIAN KILLED. A Baliimore and Ohio fraigbtcrew early yeaterday n?orning fouod tbe body of a weii dreased man lyingon tbe Irac k- iu ihe Narrows, near Cuin berland, Md. The body waaconveyed to thc- Butlei morgue and riewed by Ooronei Prank Beal. who deemed an ioqueal uniiecesxary, as tbe man had eithi i failcn from the train and been killed. oi was struck by a train. Papera on the body -how thal the deceaaed waa Barl H llanlen, ?.f Aletaodria, and thal be waa a paiiiter, deco rator aml paperhanaer by trade. He waa evidently oul of work aml out ol fundsaiid waa making hia way home on a freighi irain The dcceased wa well-knowo iu thia city. He formerly reei k d al 804 north Pitl atreet. Tbe ilccc a-. d waa a -on of Mr. Joeepfa Harden of Little Falls. Weat Virginia, and he waa '?'?- yeara okl. He had lived in Alexandria at li.- during the pasl live yeara, He had been away from thia city ahoul 14 weeka. POLICE COURT. [Justicc H. B. Cat'di pre-iding.l Thc followiog casea were diapoeed of this morning: Bii young white men, charged with disorderl) eonduet, forfeited their eol lateral by failing to appear. \ wbile man charged with assaull wa- ili-iin-i d. Ihe c ninplainaiil failing to appear Jameic Wc II- colored, charged with assaulting a while bo> iiamcd Cbarlea Phillips, waa fiiied ? i, (iu- Mar-hall. colorcd, charged with assaulting '".? t ? > u ine Timhei -. ooloi I, waa titied $6. Tw;> young white men, chars d with diaorderly conduct, were fioed #?*> eacb. A young man, charged with being drnnk ili the street was dismissed. Julia Jackaoo, colored, charged with diaorderly c.lud and Hghting, f<>r feited hei collateral by failing to ap? pear. Jamea Brown, colored, charged with diaorderly conducl al the station houae. was IimiI $.*>. Lixsie Bailey aud Andrew Harria, both colornl. charged with diaorderly conduct, wcrc tincd $?"> each, A man and two wonicii, charged with diaorderly conduct. had their case continued uniil tornorrow. A man, ctaarged with using abuaive laiifuage toward an acquaintaoce, was dismiased. R1VER NOTES Vbe -t- ain-hip Vitalia, from Cnevirie, Srotia, with liiini. plaster for thc Alei onln i l'i nili/i r and Cbemical Company, ai rived yeaterday. The ram Kalabdin. in tOW of two tugboats, passed up tbe rivei thia morning on bei way to the Washing? ton nav) yard. Tbe ram has reeently been uaed a- a targel for thebig gun a: lodian Hi ad. SHAM BATTLE THIS EVENING. Tbe Alexandria l.ight Infantrj will ,. in a -ham battle in licng. Washington Park this evening. Thc membera of the command have been ordered lo reporl at the armory, on Bouth Boyal atreet, at 7 1". o'elock. They will man h in a bodv io the hill, where th< y will be divkkd ioto two platoooa, one under command of Capt. p. I. Slaymakei and the other in charge ol Firsl Licut. Carrol B. May. Thc battle" will begin about 8 o'elock. Thc weckly drilla of thc command will be BUapended dining the moiith of August. | QUAKTERLY RALLY Th.rc waa hekl in the Ifethodiat Proteatant Church la-i Friday evening the quarterl) rallj of the Deuooioa tiooal li.f the M P. Chuich.com prising the church of Washington and Ballston and one in Alexandria. Aaplen did programme waa rendered and an ad dreaadelivered by Bev. I. B. Purdune, ,,f Mt. Plcasant, l? C. Thc topic was what tbe C. E. linons can do foi Mt, Pleaaaot. \ recitation, "Bweel Pauay," u given b> Miaa Grace Taylor, of Del Riy. aftei which refreabnoeutawere served to the visitors. _ NEW DEPUTY MARSHAL. |fr, Joaeph F Glover, who hai been tlie deput) lintcd State- marahal in thia city and section for the paal sixteen - waa today Bucceeded by Mr. i E. Bobey. The api.ttmenl iade bj Marehal Bmitbere, who reeently aueceeded Morgan Treal aa I'nited State- inai-hal for tbe I ,|, triet of Virginia. ASSAULTED BY NEGROES. Mr. Prank Kaet, a oooper at th? Portnei Brewery, waa aaaaulted by two negroea in an all. > leadlng to hia bome on Oroooco atreel about nioe o'elock hi-t Baturday night. Mr. Kast had no moneyon hia peraoo at tbe time, which fact greatly eaaeperated the n . who cursed and ln at him uumercifully, Their vietun managcl tO Ciawl intO his houae, after which a phyaician was ?iiiiinu'.'ic I. |_ COUNCIL MEETING. | tf will return to the City d withoul his approval thc acta i h\ thal board al the q ,,,, ,i _? irada) night last. tbea aets baving passed by tlie tower |?,anl withoul tl i , . ii-titutioiial VOto, ,dl call a in.. tmg of Council prob* ably tomot ow nighi to ad oo this mcasui' _ CLEARANCE SALE . ,ii Broa. aniionncc IheiT annual Aueti-t dearance sale of aummer mer rduTodiee. Thiaoffcra an opi rtunity Sbuj deeirablc summer g.Ia al ILhtintheoiidatol hot weather and JhSJuid be Uhen advantage of promptly. , ,.url:.ilicstincshoeworth j . aVnfl They are our best a a" httie off M to stylc 98 ceote, PERSONAL IfM Sallie Stuail is visiting ' iu the White Ifountoina, New Hamp shire. . Mi<s Aliee (iraham ia tbe gm-t Ol Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Uycock, of HamiHon. , ?, _ Mi-s Eltxabeth Uoyd and Miss He 1,,-eea Llo\d are the gUOSta ??f their -i-tt-r. Mr< K. P. Dandridga, al Lewis burg, W. Vi Mr. and Mrs. David J. Howell are spending tbe aummer near Cbariea town. W Va. Mra. Annie Cowling and chiklren, who have been visiting frienda 111 Alex? andria. bave returned lo their home ia Bffl ithlield. Urs, Fiank Hiiine and Miss Mabel lluine. of Alevandria eounty, will have today to apend Ihe remain der of tlie aummer al Magnoha, Maaa Miaaea Bva Devaughn aad Katie Ponea, of ilus city, are visiting th Miaaea Herrell al Bound Hill. Miss Nainiie Marbury and Ifia Lillie Marbury lefl today to apend aet eral weeka at Atlaiilie City. Mi--c.iult Norton and Mi-s Naiinii Noitoti left today for amontha \i-it to Markham, Mr. and Mrs John M. Jobnaon and liiaa Emilj Jobnaon lefl today for Woodberry Foreat, to spend a few weeka. Mra. Thoa W. Bobinson and ber two sons have returned from a \i-it t<? We-llnorelalld eounty. Mr. Simon llloiidheim ha- gone tO Atlantic City where be will apend the n,\i few weeka. Miaa Roae MacDonald has gone to Cahaaeet, Maaa., to apend a few weeka Mi-s Irma ClajrtoO has returned U her home in Cayton>\ ill,-, Md., after B visil to Miss Katherine Stuarl, in this city. Mr. K. C. Teah has returned bom from Entorpriee, N. C, where be wenl to attend the fuiieral of his mother, Mrs. Vennie Teah, Miaa Nancy Lee Tackett, who has been visiting al Willoughby Beach, is now visiting Mra. William l'.-ndletoii. ii Baatville. Miss Sophie Tacketl has returned from a vi-it to < liai lotte.-ville. Mr. .1. R. Travers. jr., has gone tO Manas-as to spend a few months. Mr. Roberl L. Myera, jr., left lasl Fn.la> for Detroit, Mich., t<> apend the month of Auguat. siate Benator Don P. Habey, <?f Lynchburg. w*a in tbe city yeaterday on bia way to New York wlience be will aail <>n Wedneaday witli the other ne mbera of the commiasion to presenl to the Freiieh goveromenl the bronze copy of Houdon'a statue of Waahing? ton, the original of whieh is in the rotunda of the Capitol al Richmond. Mrs. I.i n.-i Simpsoii aml daugbtera, Miaaea Bstelle and Mamie Bimpson, have gone to Colonial Beacli to apend a week or tin days. Mrs. Bernard Barnetl and Mra Sadie Chaunoey and children lefl ihi^ morning for a two or three week-' -lay al The I'l.iins. Va. Mrs. Bicbard I. Purcell lefl today for Atlantic City where ?he will be j,,ine,l b\ her husband. Mr. Samiiel <i. Brenl lefl thia even? ing for ? \ isii to Baaic City. Mi Klwin Powell, has gone to Ailantie City for a siv weeka -lay. Miaa AnnieSchulty accompanied by Mi- Mounse, lefl today foi her home in Baltimore, after a visil to frienda in thia citj. FUNERALS. Th,- funeral tif tbe late William Addi-on Deahl, who died Saturday morning at tbe home of his.ther, Mra. Elizabeth Catberine Deahl, 509 Duke street, will take place from Grace Chureh at 5:80 o'clock thia afternono. Rev. Bdgar Carpenter will conductthe -erviees The pallbearcrs will be Messra Thomaa Hulfish, Edgar War tield. ji-., Harvey Bartlett, William B. Dobio, Fretlenek Hohenstein, and Noble Smith. The Columl.ia Steam Fire Kngine Company. of whieh Mr. Deahl was a member, al a meeting Saturday night paaaed reaolutiona of reapeot and a delegation from tbal organiiation will attend the funeral. The funeral of the late Mra. Barah H Wilkinaon, who died from tbe i: of the he.it in Waahington Piiday, were held at the reeidence near Woodlawo, Fauf.-ix county, this afternoon. CARDINALS TAKE CLOSE GAME. Looae playing on the parl of the Kensington A. C. gavethe Cardinabi a hard-foughl game on the fair grounda Saturda> by the acore of 6 to5. Herrel, whopitched for the Waahingtoniana, Btruck oul 15 of the Cardinals, but tbe errora bebind bim waa ih>- cause <>f his downfall. Zachary atarted the game for Cardinals, bul was taken oul in the six. Trenary pitcbed the remainder of the game and held tbe viaiton at his mercy. Bnowdenl Iplayed bia naually good game, connecting with two of bis teama 1 bita. WRIT OF ERROR The Couri of Appeak* on Saturday allowed a writ of errorand aupero in tbe ejectmenl caae of Anna T. Mar? bury and Fli/a H Marbury against BeesieW Jonea and JameeE. John ston, This litigation oomea from the Circuit Court of thi-city and involvea a controveray over astrip of land on tbe north aideof Prince street wed of 1'itt. The ease wlit-n tried in this eity was decided by a jury in favoi of Mra. Jonee. Bhoea leea tlian balf prta?-W pairs . Bhoea thal coat i" manufacture 81.75, and sold at Si'.OO and J-J.ot*. will be aacriflced al 98c per pair, John A. Marahall A Dto., 4-.,-J King DIFD Kntered IntO 'f-t Saturday .lulv 80, 1910, WILLIAM ADDI80N DEAHL son of Elixaheth < atherlne and tbe late Vddlaon Washington Deahl, aged h years Fuiieral froin (iraee Episeopal Cburch at 6fl0 o'clock afondaj evening, Augusl l^t. IN MEMORIAM. In aaered mcmory of mjr beloved mother. ROVERTA V. OORII \M who entered into reat July 81, 1909?one year | -tertlay. One year naaaedl My heart -iiii aore, As time goes on l mi? her more - ller loviug srnile and (jcntle tka . \ ,ne eaa ever 011 her vacaal plaoe. Dear motherjrou will never be torgt.tten Sevi r ahall your memorj lade. 11 ttaoughta sball .-v.-r llnger | \reumi tiu- grave where you are lahl. hY k? ivvjnfa' wlijW, Gi x vmw LOCAL BREVTTJJES. TWO of the aummer months have gone. TbetUg D. M. Key is at the ship yanl for repairs. The improvemeiits on King street extended nave been practicatiy com pleted. W. A. Smotit k Co. are making niat.-rial additions to their new mill on north Columbus street. Mr. MeMahon has been awarded the cootract for doiag tbeoement and oon .rete work at Waahiagtoo building. Mra, Barah K. Codhill, widow of B. I i odbill and mother of Mrs. Lucy Oeblert, of this city, died m Waahing? ton yeaterday. William ,ih<- infant son t>f Mr. and Mr- I. W. Myera, died Saturday night at the home of hia pareata in Alexan? dria eounty. Alexandria Lodge No. 75K, Ilenevo 1,-nt and Protective Order of Hke, wil" hold their reguhu meeting tonight. Iii the Corporation Court today the chancery caae of H. A. Gray vs. the unknown beiraof Thomai Jobnaon was referred to Special Commissioner R. D. Brumback for a report. The alarin of flre about noon today wa- eau-ed by tbe ignition ofapotof pitch al the intersectionof Princeaaand Waahington atreete whete street work is in progreaa. Mr. .1 Sulloli Jonea, of Frederieks barg, who ia to eacoeed Mr. Wytbe White, aa nutnager ?>f the Bell Tele? phone Company in this city, had not arrived bere al ?"? o'clock this evening. A nuinber of p.-ople living in tliffer ent seetions of the city bave thia aum? mer acted on the auggeation of the Civic Improvement League by beauti fving their premisea. Many attractive liower gardena are now to be seen. The treatle of the Pennaylvaaia Bail road Company, conoecting tbe main |in.. at Columbia pike, in Alexandria county with tbe freighl terminal at Rosslyn, ia being made a solid support for the traeks over whieh pass s.-veral heavy traina each day. Tbe treatle croaaea tbe Alexander Island awamp. Civil serviee e.xaininations will be held on Augusl iM forassistant in wire I,? telegraphy, aignal serviee; tariff eierk, interatate commeree commawion; ,,,,-,-haiiieal draftsman. l'ateiit Olliet ; aid, Bureau of Btandarde; library .-is-istaiii. Departmenl of Coniiueive and Labor. ^ David C. Wall, reported mtaaiag from hU home ln Addiaon, Alexandria eounty. has been found in the Waah? ington A-yluin llospital. where he M confined with typboid fever. Ib- waa pieked up near the Peace Monumenl Thursday night in anunconacioaa atate and aenl to the boepita). i:, v. s .1. Lukena, of Waahington, oeeiipied the piilpil al ihe Firsl Baptial Church yeaterday and Bev. W. T. Pit man conducted aervicea al Ihe Second yterian Church. The pulpits of the other churchea were occapied by the I'-sident clergy. Thecburchea yea? terday were only fairly well attended The weather beeatne eool last Satur day mglii and a moderate temperature prevailed yeaterday. Early last night there wasa marked fall iu the mer cury whieh rendered aleep pleaeant The weather today has been mild. There will be n<> general warin wave during tbe eoiiiing week, aeeonling 10 a prediction or the Weather Bureau. Seleel Solt Shell < ribs on toast and Deviled Crabs at Bpinka'a Oate, Prlnee and Royal atreete. N IH tl< Klll.ll>. After a tight wit'i the poliee whieh lasied tWO hoiirs, during whieh many rille -Ii ,1- were e.vehanged, George Stoiil. a nianiae murderer, was killed on the top of a culm beap ln the Green Ridge aection ofBcrantoo Pa., aboul 2 o'clock yeaterday morning. Btout'a body araa riddled with bulleus from the riflea of the poliee. Mayor John Von Bergen, Director ,,f Public BafetyO'MaUey and Chief ,d Poliee Day beaded the poliee squad that tried to capture Stout, who, armed with a ntle and revolver, defied them from the top ofthe bigb enlm beap wh, it be ajave battle. Th,- tbrilling acene waa witneeeed by tliousand- of apectatora, amoog wbom the bulleta from Btout'a rille weot wbistliag. Mayor Von Bergea directed tbe poliee to capture tbelugitive alhre but aa tbe offlcera climbed the ateep -ides ofthe culm beap they were ez posed to Btout'a lire and had many narrow eecapea, Finally it was found neoessary to dispatcb the desperate man, who was -hooting tokill, and he fell dead on the culm bank with over ^ti bulleta in his body. The tragedy followed a marder committed by Stout early in the even? ing. Btoul aenl in a bnrry call for the poliee patrol from his home on Wheeler I'laee. The patrol wagOO, drrven by George Keol and cootaiaiag two patrolmen, aped to the aeene, but on arriving there it was found that everything was quiet. While the offlcera were wondering why the call had been seiit in. three shots rang OUt from ambuab, and Kent. the driver, tumbled from hi> aeatwith two bulleta in ln- bead. He died almost instantly. Presently the murderer, George Stout, waa seen, ritle in hand. scrambling up tbeaide ofa neighboring culm beap, Turning around he ibouted to the patrolmeni "W'n.it are you fellows doing there? Get oul of there, quickl" He leveled the ritle, but did not fire. He th, n laid down on top of the high bank with bia face toward the men and his gun in poaition for a shot. An alarm broughl a aquad of poliee, with Mayor Von Bergen, in douWe-quick time to the acene. Btoul itood up and suouted his deflance from hi- high petch, but every aitemp! made by the poliee to reachhim araa mca with a shot from ln- rifle The battlebutod for twoboura, and 80 policemen were eugaged in the eotllllet. It i- atated tbal Stout had suddenly become inaane and tbal he called the poliee patrol to protoct hi" home from being blown up by an Imagimtry foe. Daniel ConkKng, ? promincnt eiti f Baltimore, died at Oarbsbad to? day. _ w "ASTED.?Bright young MAN t>, uslsl ln mens furnishing otpart inent. Applv with relerence*. iugWl aweVfW SP.tl* AM> THi; \-\TICiN. Premier Canalfja.-. of Spam. 00 scnbes the recall of Marquia de Ojeda, tbe Bpaniah ambaaaador to tbe raticao, aa "an iodefloite auaprinaion of oego tiatmna." Th.-ciiti.alsituationbrought about bv the rupture of dipk?mat?c re lations with tbe vatican i- fully r.-ah/'-d by the Bpaniah goveranaeal aod tne poople. ... The liberal rjewepapera^of HaurKJ enthusia-tii-al!y applaud the vinle. iadepeodeol ad of tbe goveromeut. Thc rapublfcan oewapapera promwe their aupport and urge the goaernmenl to peraevere is itapoliey. Thc I oiverao a Oatbobc orgao. decrarea thal tbe Catholic- are rcady for the BtrUggle. "The popc," says tbe paper, i- not a foreign sovereign in Bpafu. He U aa national an I rJpaoiafa in tbe lemporal spherc as thc king or the OOrtee. Count Sagasta, ministcr of tbe ni terior, said: "Ronie wrongly believee thal Bpain is a country of fanatica. Wben tbe vatican undci-tand- thal we are not livingin thc middle of the eighteentb century it will traal oi on ? tootiog with other greal nation- " Thc papal inincio at Madnd. HgT. Vico. has not been recalled by tbe vati caO, which is awaiiing the official an nouocemenl of tbe recall by tbe Bpan? iah governmenl of Marquia de ojeda. ambaaaador to the vatican. Theaitua tion with regard to tbe rupture with Spain, tberefore remaina practicall] no changed. ^^^^^^^^^______ I AMOFFERINU POUSALEEXTRA BRISTOW CREAMERY BUnER 35c Pound. I guarnntec everj pound to glveaatls faction. Preah and Hmoked Meats, Orooertea aml Parm Producta ol an kinds. Telephoueorderaglven prompt attcntion. Free dclivery. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Queen and Ko.\al streets. 'Phone, Bell B6L, HomeaTvi, jyl.M.v_* Clearance Sale Of llaminocks. l.awn SwlngS, < liair-. Oamping Outflts, Tents, Lamps, Bathing Bulte. Poaltlvely a greal reducUon at eosl to make room for a large order of' 'liri-i ma- g.I* "hc above meatloned gooda bave tobe Hoid. Bome remarkable bargalna. Lawa Bwlaga al 18.00 eacb; former price |tiO, i- one oftbe barganis, lor iiisUiucc. R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street. Traveling your comfort depends large ly on your re f r esh m en ts along the road. Carny your favorite hot or cold drink in an TRADB-MARK mo. u. ?. pat. orr. and oaiat britain BOTTLE Keeps drink icy cold for days and ateam ing hot for 24 hours. You are invited to exarnine them. Saunders & Son 629 King Street. Here'saTip When order-ng beer. cali lor the Hcl'i rau brand. A chain i( only as i:r.mg a? it? weake.it link. There are no '?* eak linki" in the manufacture of HOFBRAU BEER. Link No. 1. Materiala?Selscted With grsat care and no regard for expenie: bc?t obtainablc. Link No. 2. Brewing?Purity. clcanlineaa.tkilland fidelity in at tvntion todetaili: fcientinc meth ods. Link No. i. Aging--Large stor age capacity cnablet u? to keep our beer for montha before mar keting: thoroughly matured. For those who enjoy a fine bev erage nothing escel* PORTNER'S HOFBRAU BEER. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA, VA 'Phone No. 49-B Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance at lowcat aummcr prices. Best quality prompt dclivery and bottom prioe. Phone 96. DeW. AITCIIESON, 107 south ftojaJ itreer- 4+V Washington^D. C. 500 Pairs Only. $1.19 PAIR o about 150 pairt of high aboea, prinripally thoaa with French II.-.I-. at the sa. price. A gencral cl.an-up -alc of all brokcii ?tocka aad odd riaea it. our departmant, and affording purehaaera cboice from every kind of leather, and every si/.e in a good rangcof stylcs. Souie of the higli -I.I are wortfa up to |5.fl0 a pair. _ Swan Bros KING AND PITT STREETS. Our Annual August Clearance Sale Is Now in Progress. Summer merchandise of most every de scription is reduced to cost for a quick clear? ance. You should take advantage of this op portunity. AHOME located in the northwestern section of the city, just one half square from Washing? ton street. is whatwe areoffering ata spe cial price for only three days. It's two stories, with a tin roof, and has seven nice bright rooms, with a first class bath. has gas, and good heating arrange ments. This house has been kept in first class repair, and is a bargain to the right man. The price is right, the location is right, and the house is right. Price only $2,700. $700 CASH--BALANCE TO SUIT. Letus 0ive you all the necessary informa tion. Thompson & Appich 107 S. Royal Street An Overland Did It Mi-s Bhtnche Btoart Beotl has just Soiabed ? croai country tour from New Vork toban Framisco. baving driven withoul maaculioa aid a model No. 86 Overland Car thc wnole di-tan.e over deaarti and rnoontaina, her only compan ii n being a lady friend, tlnHdeiiionstrating to the world that thc Overland ia tbe uio-t woiidcrfiil combination of meohanism and comfort in the whole coun? try: simplest and easieat to operatc and adjust, Twenty thousand of tlie--c cari .-old tln- year. Myers Brothers. 115 N. Pitt Street STOCKHOLDERT MKKTTNG (8ne elal Bj order of tii- Board of ))i rectors there will be a speetal meeting ofthe vtockholdera ofTHE I OLUMBIA HOTEL COMPAKY at tha oanee ofthe coropanj . 123 aouth Royal street. in the cltj ofAlea.hia.-uu-<>r Virginia, on TUURSDAY. the ftral day of Beptom ?|?r. 1910, at luSO ? m. At thia meeting the pnrpoaa of the enlargementofthe ll<>t?l Raleigh and additions tbereto, and the Bnanelng of the same entered upon by the Board of Direetora under tbe autborlty gtvea bj tbe i ? % -laws will be submitted WAl.i i i: a HARB k> BeereUuy. j > - itd_ NOTICfcV-llaving ipwliiied as admin Ist mtor of tin- eatate of Luthcr Car ter, deceaaed, all persona baviag elaims it the aaid estate are bereby noti Hcd t<> preeenttbe aame toroe,duly veri ii.d for aettlement, and all penona m debted to sald eeatteare bereby notifled to aaake prompt paymenl ot their in debtedneas to me. K L. IWYNK. jyii 101 Adminlatrator. AXTED.-A YOVXO MAN from 1- to Jo vearsold to clerk inashoe .it.re. Apply'to d. H. LYNX & 00 m Ringitreej, JyWit W VI RXHHI'.I) ItOO.M*. FOR KKNT.-Tw.) nieely furnlshed ROOMS on King street. Address IL L at Oazette offlee. _jy?> 3t WANTED. A -l K\'ANT todo gene ral work;beal ofwagea; refcrences required. Apply at No. 905 Prlneestreet JyfflSt Pn hknt. HOUSE No. 830 nortta Bt Aaaph atreet,6roorua and bath: all modern Imnrovementoj. Applj to I L. RL'itKN. 601 King atreet i Wwn.li- Orocerj BALE8MAN for AJexaadria city trade. Apply 1 statmg referencea and -alarv irsnted, p. i . Drawar No. -IT. Alexandria. \ a. , J>-"_jt_ The Garter Real Estate Agency. ' I respcetfully inforin my frieiida and ' accpuiintanec-" that 1 will ecaitinue the real eautfaj buslneas eondueted for yeara bv mv faltier. tbe ialc I.ulherlarter. and aaa thepatronagi ofthose who have bara I tofore entruitedtheir bu-ine-- with him. promising to Ose every citort to rendcr satisfaction. Respectfully. . r.c.cakteR. Jy28 lw 11U tt. Eayette Street 612 KING STREET. SPECIALTODAY ONE SLIGHTUY USED Fisher Piano Price new $325. Now $265. ONE SLIGHTLY USED ?Franklin Piano Reguiar price $325. Special price $225 SOLD ON EASY TERMS. Sanders&Stayman Co. 612 King Street and 1327 F Street, Washington, D. C. WINDOW SHADES Window Shades made to order. Any size, qualityor color. Afulllineof Window Shades in stock. Nothing but first class goods. We do not handle seconds. Shades in stock, 1 Oc, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Carpets made, laid and lined free of charge. We carry nothing but Wild's Linoleums. whieh means the best Linoleum, 2 yards wide, $1.00. The best Inlaid 2 yards wide, $2.50ayard. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. THREE LOTS Embroideries To be closed out at our SUMMER CLEARING SALE. One lot Embroideries, 8 o 10c values, at 5c. One lot Embroideries, 12 1-2 to 19c values, at 9c. One lot Corset Cover Embroideries, 25c values, at 19c D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. DRY GOODS. Sture oloses;it ". o'eloek.l;, laturil itl. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Beginning Today Annual August Sale of Furs and Fur Garments About 1-4 to 1-3 Less Than Reguiar Prices. Furs Purcbaaed During This S;ile w:!i - I in Dry OoM Btajriftilld Jnaured Free of Charge Until Ootober Of L The main point whieh we wish to empbasize in anuoancing thi." Fur Snle is that there ia not an old Fur or Fur Gartnent in tbe entire atoek. Ererv garnaant, neckpiece, and muff was made up in edvance sfyles t<> onr special order dr this August Fur Sale. Nothing newer Or better will be sliown biter when tlie ?e:i <,-,n opeoa?an authoritntive showing of rare furs. with abotit one*qoaitei - tbird taken ofl the reguiar prices. Buying fur- ia ? nrioiM business?it ia an [nveatinefJt, eomediing yond wi-h to'risk vour own judgment in unle--y,rn .,,,- an expert. When you l,uv flir_no niatter what you pay for it?you want to kimw th.it it i< wh.u it s/as rep reeeoted. We guarantee that all the fur- in thia aaJe ere exuetly aa reprewoted. Thia aeJe embracee Freoch, Electric, and near 8e*l, Black Lynx, Icetand and Alasaa Fox 'white). Black Fox. Black, Blue, aasad Natoral Wolf.s.iLU- PJojttir? rel Japanese and Eastern Mink. Blaek Cooey, Btaaaian Hare, Black and Natu ralWallaby, Fieher Oooo, Hatura), Black, and atistraHan Opoaeaco.?io fact. all the most popular furs are n-pre*ajBad. The furs of last year were rjooridered very large, bul in the ultra-fa-hnninb(> <ets thi- aeaaoa Ihe Muffs are bogo, with Btraight Throwa of 75 ioobea ai*f even longer. V.rital.ly thi* i- t<< ln- a -t-ason of fur-; besidee, many of the a<K f:ill and winter inoUel* in Freneh ooetumea ahoii a Kberal u-<- of fur m trim mtng*. 1-tir the aame Fura and Fur Garmensa, or Fur- and Fur Garmenta of eejoal -tvle and value, you will pay from ontrqaarter' looe-third more when tbe -? optiia?hence the advantage in buying now.