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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 __ .. a^x- _A intheGardenSub Buy at the otart Urb. Lots $200: $10 cash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people of mode?> ate means. , Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement nouses, poured in steel moulds. Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and car fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Offlee, 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. THOS. W. ROBINSCW CemenT MakesTheSestConcrete JFor Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXANDRIA, VA. leelcrean Cement, Llme, Hair. (alclned Ptoater, Wall Plaater;Tem Cotta Sewer * PipeaodFiuc Linlng.Fire Brlcks.JFiieClav.eto. The Cool Breezes BIow at ROSEMONT When you live at Rosemont. your family can spendthe summer at home, and keep well and cool, and not make you lead a lonely bache? lor life for two or three months. Everything Clcan and sanitary. No dirty gutters and smelly cesspools. Everything new and up-to-date. Delightful Night Breezes Let me show you one of those beautiful new homes. Sold on Satisfactory Terms Seeing will make you appreciate them. F.LSLAYiVIAKER 313 KING STREET. We Have in Our Window on play a Line of Dis QualitylceCream Loose Leaf Goods am aad Icea of all Qavora am! of the pureat qualitiea alwaya on haud or furni-hed to order. Letlgi i -. any ruling, eonibined eash and ioiirnal. monthly atatemeul linlgers. binders, holders, meniorandum books nndpiicc boik- Special prices on Large quantitics ( all and let u--how \ on -ainpl, -luct- r r r ,,?. j Ocfallstylesanilrullngs. Cakes and Pastry of all kinds and of the best quality. S.F.Dyson&Bro. H. Bloch &$&? jOS KING STREET laauf iirntlon Pullnau Obseriation ( ar lt i- -tatcil ai an early date the South Rs wa) will Inaugurate i" aeetlon Pul i .ton car- l i iw11 n New Tork at.d Birmtngham on iis Blrming -i ctial Uaving'VYaahington 4:15 p m. daily. Cbamberlain'a Btomaeh and Laver Tablets gently atimulate the livcr and bowela to expel poiaoaoaa matter, cleanse the ayatem, ?ure eonstipation aud sick headaehe. Sold by W. F. Creightou and Richard rjhtfeon. MuNHAY EYENIXO. AUO. L Schootboy Logio. "Shouid womea have votes for par liament? Olve your reasons for and agalnst" This waa u questlon eaked of schoolboy* iu a reeeut examlnation in England. Oue t>o.v replied: "No. hecause lf they did they would want to get Into parlhinicni and then they would pass a lot of alllj laws, such as that a uian was not to smoke be? fore his wife or that wives were to have Wednesdays and Tbursdays off and then tbe tncD would have to stay at hotne and ralnd the children." A loglcal nnswer to the questlon, "Why does a kettle slng?" was fur nished by a boy who wrotc, "Beeause lf it did not you could not tcll when the kettle was bolllng." Asked to ex plain the Inltlals "C. O. D.," one boy replied that they stood for "collector of debts," and a seeond said "eod-liver oil drink." Another enterprising youth describ ed a sleeping partner as "a man who gocs to sleep when playing bridge." Asked how he would meud a puncture in a bicycle tire. a boy's answer was to the polnt, "1 would get a box of stuff that you do it with nnd stick it on." Importance of a Word. If you shouid write a letter to the man who is chief magistrate of this republlc you are at liberty to address him as "The President. Washington. D. C" That will be sumeictit He ia not "his excelleney," as is thc supreme executive magistrate of Massnchusetts, nor "his high mlghtiness." a tltlo which, they say. sounded ploaelng to the ear of the Father of Ilis Country. But lf you shouid wrile a Idier to the seoretary of state of tbe Dnlted States, whom the plalti "president" appointed to the job, prepare to dlp your pen in honorlCc Ink. Whlle tlie chlef magistrate Is plaln "president," without any titular epaulets. his sccre tary of state Is "the honorahle secre tary of state." lt will not do to ad? dress him as "the Mcretary of state" 6lmply. He is Bumetbing more than that The etiqtifttc of thc atate de partment requires that ihe word "hoo crahle" be prefixcd to tbe word "sec retary."?Boston Globa Fire Prevention Among Pinet. Plnes protect tbemaelrea agalnat for est flres in n remarkahlc tnanncr. For four or flve years the Btema of the infant trees attaln n helght of only as many iuches ahove tbe aoll. Our ing this time their harl; Is cxtraordl narily thick, nnd that alone glvea aome protection. But, In addltJoo. the loog needles sprlnp up above the stem and then bend on all sldes ln a green cas cade which falls to the ground Ifl I circle about the seedling ^>f his green barrler eau with dlmculty be made to burn, whlle the shnde that lt casts preventa luflaminable grass from grow ing near the proteeted stem. The offl cers of the forestry servlce at Waab lngtou are of opinlon tbat it is owing to this peculiar system of self protec? tion which the pine ?eedllaga have dc veloped that the growth of evergreen oaks ln Florida has been restricted iu regions where flres have raged, whlle pine forests have taken their place.? Harper's Weekly. When Wives Were Sold. When the war between Britaln nnd Frnnce ended in 1815 many of the Eng llsh soldiers found that their wives had marrled agaln In the helief that they were widows. The forma! aell ing of the wlfe was regarded among the Ignorant as a legal solutioii to tbe problem thus presented, and it Is said that the authorltles of the day deemod lt best to shut their eyes at the pro ceedlng. A certain amoimt of formal Ity had to be observed, howevcr. be? fore the sale was consldered legal even by the most Ignorant. A Yorkshlre writer mentlons two COOdltJona which must be carried out to make a aatla factory sale?the price of the wife must not be less than 1 shilling (-1 cents), and she must be delivered to ber purchaser with a new halternrotind her neck. The same writer records the case of the woman who zealonsly pre served the recelpts for herself as a proof of respectabllity. Humor and Morality. We bave extirpated groaa humor from our modern Htcratnre, bol we must not suppose that we are there fore more moral than the Elizabethatis. whose llterature was full of groaa br> raor. It may be that we are only more afrald of oursclves and eacb other. This kind of fear isdestructive not only of gross humor, but of humor of all kinds. In lts eaaeoce humor Is brnve as It is honest. but with cowaidiee nnd dls'honesty there come hase sahstltutcs foi It, substltutes that make fun of nohle things with a hutnorotis air. nnd so bring humor Itself Into discredlt? London Times. A Great Myitery Solved. How many bairpins doea a woman use when dolng her halr? TheMialr pln editor has investlgated and makes this report: "She uses just as many as she has. If she has only two bair pins she inakes her hair stay up with two. but if she flnds twenty In the top htireau drawer she uses all of them."? Atchlson Globe. A Senaitive Patient. Dr. Emdee? Feet go to sleep? That shows your clrculatioD is bad. Editor ?That's all you quncks know I si.p pose if my corns ached that would show that advertlsing patronage was failing off. The Be?t of lt. Mrs. Gadsby?She says frnukly that she can't play bridge. but that isn't the best of lt. Mrs. Bungwats -What ls? Mrs. Gadsby-She doesn't try. SomerTille Journal. An even dlsposltion Is the best pilot en the sea of llfe. Tlie world's nmst BUCOaarful medi cine for bowel complaints ia Chamber latn'a DohV, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reaaedy. It has ralieved more pain and ?offeriog, and saved more livc thau any other medicine in u-e. In valuable for children and adulUi. Sold By W. F. l}raighton?and.Bichard GiV aaai TERRIBLE STRAIN RESULTED NOT AMISS A Lenoir Lady, After Two Weeks Grinding Labor, Feels Better Than Ever. Lenoir, N. C?"I am not tired at all, and am stouter than I have ever been," writes Mrs. Kate Waters, of Lenoir, N. C, "although I have just finished a two weeka' waah. I lay my strength to Cardui, the wornan's tonic. I have taken a lot of it and I can never praise it enough for what it has donc for me. I can never thank you enough for the ad vice you gave me, lo take Cardui, for aince taking it I look so well and am stout 2samule." You are urged to take Cardui, that gen t!e, vegetable tonic, for weak women. Its use will strengthen and build up your sys tcm, relieve or prevent hcadachc, back ache and the ailmcnts of weak women. It will surely help you.as ithashelped thousands of others, in the past 50 years. N B.?Write to: Ladies* Advisory Dept. Chatta notica Medicinc CcChattanoofA Tt-.in.. lor Special Jnsfructions, and 64-p.-;sc book, "Home Treatmcnt lor Women. scnt io plaui wrapper, cu icqueit, HotBread and RollsDaiiy at 4:30 p. m.. except Saturday*. at H.BIoch's,615 KingSt. je-M 111.1 Phone281. Greenbouses 8. PatrlekSt D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Puneral work proraptly attended to. De livei-ed to all parta ofthe elty. BATI8FAI TX0N OUARANTKED. febZZtf General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burkc df Hcrbert Bldtf. The eoruoanlea represented In this offlee have sssets of over fUJOJOOOfiOO. An.g others are: Hartford Firc Insurance Co. Liverpool U London & Globc. ittna Insurance Co. Northcrn Assurancc Co. Springfield Fire W Marinc. Prompl attentlon given to adjustraent of losses and all matters eonnected with insurance. >? Just Received SH1PMENT OF "FlatOpening Stenographers' Books. 50c Per Doz. S.F.DysonA, Bro. 508 King Street. VIRGINIA ln the Clerk's Offlee ol th,- < 'orporatlon I'ourl of the < 'itj ol Alexandria, on the llthday.of July, 1910 John Howard Rlchardaon \-. Della llichardaon. In chancerj. Memo. The objeol of thia auil Is to ob Utin for thi.mplainant an absolul di vorce rrorn the defendant on the ground ,>r will'nl desertion and abandonment for more than three years prior to the inatitutionof thia suit, and lor general rellof. Ii appearing i>v an affldavit flled In thia causc that tbe defendant, Della Riehardaon, Ia a non-resldent of this Ruite : l - < rrdered: Thal aaid defendant ap pear here withln Bfteen daya after due publieatlon of thia order. :in>l do what i neeeaaary to protecl 1 n? r Interest in this -uii. and thal n eopi of tbia prder be rorthwilh lnserte<l in the Alexandria (lazette. a nowspapcr publlshcd ln the i in of Alexandria, once :i week for roui Mieees-ive weeka, and posted al the rront iloor of the Court Houae of thia elty, \ (opj Te.-ie. M.\ Kl.l.s. UREENAWAY, < lerk. Charlea Bcndhelm, p. q. jyll wl\v-m VIRGINIA ln tbe Clerk'a Offlee of C'orporation ' iourt or the City "l Alexandria, on the Bth day of July, 1910 Emma M. Morrison v- HarrjrJ H. Mor riaon. ln chaneery. Memo. The objeet of thi< snit i- t<> obtain an absoluU' dlvoree for the defen? dant on the ground <>l' hia wiiful de-.r tlonand alamdonmenl orherfora perlod of rrrore lhan three years before the ItringiUk of thiaanit; for tbe care and cUfcUwl) ofthe iid'.int ehild of tlie niar ,n - .-Ti'tr.d for general rellef. | ippearing by an affldavit filod In thia eauscthat the defendant. Harry IL Morrlaon, ia a non-residenl of this State: Ordcred, That sald defendant ., her,- withln Bfteen daj -:ifter due publieatlon of thia order. and do trhat ls neeeaaary to protecl hi- interesl In tlds -uit. :iinl- tbal s e,,|,y of thi- order be forthwiih Inscrted in the Alexandria :ie. a newspaper publlshed In the citv of Alexandria, one,- a week for foitr siieeeaaivc areeks.and postedatt be fxont doorof the Court Houae of thii <-ity. VlTv^I-l.'-V GREENAW AV.CIerk. rlea Bendhelm, p. q. Jyfl wiw-f VI i;<. IMA In the < lerk'- i >l!e e of the ("orporatlon Court of the City of Alexandria, on tbe 29th daj of July, 1910: Jessie Cary Pillinjrame \- Daalel E. Fillingame. In ebancery. Meni,,. The objeel ofthb -uit i- to ob taln f'>r ihe eomplainanl an abaolute dl \ orec from the defi ndant on tbe ground of willful desertion and abandonment for a period ?! more than three \ e:ir- bc r,,ie ihe bringing of thia suit, and r.ir general rellef. . It appearing l>v an affldavit flled in thiscause thal tlie defendant, Danlel B. Fillingame, iaa non-residenl ofthii - U i- Ordered,Thal -:ii<l defendant ap pear here within fifteen daya after due publieatlon ?>f tlii- order. and do wh.-tt ia necessan t,, protecl bialntereatinthla and that ;i copy or tlii- order be fonhwith Inscrted ln the Alexandria Gazotte, a newnaper publlshed in the ( itv of Alexandria. OBCea ?eek for fotir succcsaive trceka, and posted at the frotit il,?.r of the Court House of this <-ity. Aeppj Teste KEVELL8 UREENAWAT. (lerk. t Charlea Bendhvim, p. q. jyi* wlw-f FOURDEBB AND MACHINI8TB J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGTNEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engincer and Machinists' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fitting?. Valves. 4fc. Blacksmithing ?? Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. Wc make a spccialty in repairs to Gasoline Engines. Motorcycles and Automobiles. Wc solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFF1CE:] 514 Evans Buildinf. Phone Main 7324. Bj Samuel 11. I,unt, Anclloneer, BV \ IRTUE OF THE DECREE IA tercd in the chancerj cause of Josiah Ellia \ -. Oeorge .1. EUia el a!-. on the ICth daj of July ,1910, and pending ln the Corpontioll < i.urt of the city of Alexan? dria. \ Irginla, thc nnderaigned commla -imier. appointed bj said decree, will offcr for aale in frontoftbe Royal Btreel entranee to the Markel Buildlng, in thc cil v of Alexandria, Virginia. on SATURDAY. THE 6TH I'AV "I Al GU8T, 1910. at twelve o'eloek M., the followiag de -eril.cil real e-nile-ituate in the city ol Alexandria, \ Irginla: That certaln brick tenemenl aud lol of ground In the eity of Alexandria, Va., sitiiat.' on thc east aide of Washington street, lietween Duke and Wolfe ?trccts, aml bounded on the north by an alicy, aml on the aouth by tln property for merly owned by Thomaa Swann, de L-cascd. running cast 100 feet, ll Inehes, moreofleas, being the Bame propertj which was conveyed by Phlneaa Jan ney'scxecutor*to I). I!. Blacklock by deed dated July 31,1*33.recorded in llber 1'. No. 3, folio -":-. laml recorda of Ales andria county. \ Irginla, aml iilso tbe -anie propertj conveyed bj D. II. Black leek toJas. II. Onujb bj de< d tlated the f>th day of Sovember, P?57. laml rccords .,i' Alexandrla county . Vlrginta. in <\>rt\ i.k Y. Xo. :;. page 159, aml l>erpieathed l,\ the m.Jaa. II. Grubli to thc aaid F.'lla M. Marl.urv bywiil dated tbe 7th daj of NomiiiIm r. i-;.:. and probated Scptember 13, 1875. Terma of aale: < >ne tnlrd eash and tbe halance in aix nnd twelve montha and the retentlon ofthe tltlc until deferred pa\ menta are paid. tbe purehaaer gh Ing hi~ notea for the deferred paymenta wltn interc-t at -i\ per eonl untll paid. sA.MI EL '.. BREXT. i 'ommlssioner of Sale. I.Ne\ells (irccnaway, tlerk ofthe Corporatlon Courl ofthe elty of Alexan? dria, Virginia, do certlfj thal Hamuel G. Brent, eo nmlasloner, hasgiventhebond required by the decree entcred ln thia cause on thc 10th daj ofJulj , 1910. with aii|iro\ ed -eeiirii v. NTA KI.I. s. OREEXAW \ ? . Merk. .iy.'i nl Roberl P. Knox, Auctlonecr. AUCTION SALE OF \ \ ER1 DE sn: VBLE T i: \ < I OF LAX l> \\ IIII Bl I II' I S ?H AXD 1M Pi;<?\ l.MI.N rs III ER EOX, IN M.l A \NHi:i \ ' "I N IA ? VIR GIX1 \. Pursuanl to tbe tenn- of a deed ol trual bearing date <>n June 29th. IKOH.and clulv recorded In the laml recorda In the cotintj Of Mi xamlria. \ a. in deed book No. ni;. page 591, glven by Ada B. i Farrar. IruM. c aml Ettfl G. Sliields. to Carroll I'ier.n. d. ?fauli lia\ ing been made in ihe pavmciii ofthe note B< cured bj -ai.l deeuof trust, the underslgned ha\ Ing been required to do ao bj the hold er- ofaaid notes. *. ill offer for aale at pub? lic auctlon on thc premlses, on Till R8DAY AUGUST I, IWO, at 1.30 o'eloek p. in.. all tbose two lota of ground with the buildlnga and Improvi incnts tli^r.oii. known a- Vlllas Nos. 19 and 3) in Bmddoek Helghts, Alcxandrla ; county, Va., a- ahown upon a plat clulv ,,i reeord In thc land recorda of the aaid coimtj of Alexandria, Va., in deed book i \,,' 1, page 00, together with all thc appurtenancea; being tbeaame propertj conveyed to the aaid Ada B.J. Parrarby a deed <lul\ of reeord In the laml r.da in deed Imwb 105, page 109, ln trual for the aaid Etta G. ShleTds with full power to her to mortgagc thc samc. Termaofaale Caah. Allconveyancea of the purehaaer. CARROLL PIERCE, Trustee. jyJI td _ w later Heaaea Feleer, Meaaoa inio-lim It Ia BUggeated that anj ofour readers u ho desirc io cntertain boardcra for tbe cnauing wlnter montha furniah Mr. I.. 8. Brown, Generil .\o nt, Southern Rail? way, 705 l-'ifieeiiili atrcel nnrthwest. Washington, D. C., innneili.it.? Informa tion a- lo naiiie of re.-ort. po-lottiec ad clre-s. at or near what -taiioii. what dia lance from Btation, conveyance from -tatioii lo houae, n.ber of x'iie-t-. tenn- per dai. week and month. We all would i.e pleased to aee tbe eoiintry full ofboardera ncxl nrinWrand would ne glad if this notice will Induec increased number of persona who will nccommodate them for thc eoming wln? ter montha Tbia iulorniatioii BUOUld rcactl M r. Brown nol later than Augusl l.asthc folder goea to preaa on August 3,and any requestH received later than tbe l-t \\ill nol be able to bc InBerted. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Orders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble. clear at crystal. ..I ri< i: Cameron and Unlon atreeta, Ali aandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. Colonial Beach, Va, - Woodlawn - Second Street irom Boat Landing. Mrs, S. Tasker, Prop. I^-a.lbeatcr-giuirin'.-.-K herr'. i Remedy to eure eonghs. W oryour naoaey baea, bceause there'a no need. It curee: 25c bottle. BAILR0AD6 Southern Railway. Trains leave I'liion Stalioti, Alexandria. ln eiTeet Jue ':;- WW X. r>. PoUowlngacheduloflgurespub? llshed only as Informatton, and are not guaranteed. T:i: a. M. Dafly loeal between v\ aab ington and Danvllle. -:17 A. M.-i>ail\?? l.oeal for Harn-oii burg and way stauona 907 A. M " Dsdlj V. 8. l'a-t Mail. Stopsonly for rsaasengers for polnta south at whieh scheduled to stop. Plrst elass coaches; sleeping eara to Blrmlngham and dmwing room sleepiag cars t?> New Orleans. Dlnlngearaervlce. 11:17 \.M l>a;l\-Mailtnin. Coaches for M.in:i--a-.('ha'iottesvi!le.I.yn'dil>itr-. Danvlllc and Oreeasboro. Sleeping eara Greensboro to AUanta. . i:i7 P. M. Week daya?Loeal for War renton and Harrisonburg. 122 P M. Daily Blrmlngham lal. Sleeping eara between New Vork, Augwrta, Alken and Jaeksonville. Kleeper to Blrmlngham, Through flrst elaas coaches between Waahington and Jaeksonville. Dining car serviee. Tour i-t toCallfomla fourtlmes weekly. :,;>: P. M. -Week daya Loeal for Har risonburgand way statlons on Manaasas branch. Pullman buffet parloroar. :,:u i1. M. Dailj Loeal f<?r Warreo ton and Charlotte-ville. 1021 P. M. Dally -Washington and Chattanooga Ltmlted (vbi Lynchburg). First-class eoaefa and aleeping ears to Roanoke, Knoxvllle and Chattanooga. SIcepcrtoNew Orleans, Waahington to Roanoke. Dlnlngearaervlce. UJ02P.M. Dally NewYork.Atlanta and New Orleans Llmited. All Pullman train, club and obaei vatlon eara to New Orleans. Sleeping eara to Ashevillo, ttlania, Maeon and New Orleans. Sleep? ing eara to < harlotte. Dining car serviee. irJT A. M. Dallj Memphla apcclal. Sleeping cars and coaches lor Roanoke, Knoxvllle, Nashville, Chattanooga and Memphla Dining car serviee. Wash? lngton aleeping cars <>i>en 1040 I'. M. Through trains from the south a.trive ;it Uexandria 6:13 and 6:28 and 1023a m. 2:13,728, I0:13and I1S58 I'. M.dally, Har? risonburg 11:38 A. M. week d.-iy- and9:13 1> M. dally. From Charlottesvlile 928 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. 4 <?? Statlon! we.-k days at 822 A. M., 1:40, 428,and 5:12 i'. M. for Bluemont; 636 l'. M. week days for Leesburg;5:15 P. M. dally for Bluemont and P;02and922 A. M., loeal, and 9*8 A. M. (Ltd. on Sundays only for Bluemont Fordetailed schedule flgures,tlcketa. Pullman reacrvation, etc., apply to WILLIAM <.. LEHEW, Unlon fickel Agent, Alexandria, va, l il COAPMAN.General Manager. s. il. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. II. F. CARY, General Passenger Agent I.. s. BROWN. General Agent, Washlngton, I>. ('. Washington, Alexandria &? Mt. Vernon Railway. ln effecl May I. 191ft i.i: \\ i. \i l\ wnr.tA. Por Washlngton, from corner Prlnce and Royal streets. week day-. at ?', lo. ,;,,.,. ,-. jo. i; 30, fi |o, U55, 7 05, 7 I.',. 7 30, 7 10, 7 M - 00, H 1-",. 8 35, 8 35, 8 50, '.' 1". '?' 30, :? ?"*>, 10 io. 1030. 1050, II 10. II 35, 11 ? ???. II 50 a. m., 1-' 1". 1225. 1230, 1250, 1 10, I 25, I ??&> I .vi. ?: 10, 2 25, 2 30, 2 50, ?'< 05, :f 25, :'> ?'-'<? '?'> 50, I 10. 1 25, I 30, l I". I ?''?",. .'> io. ?"> '.:.">. "? 35, ?'> 50, 605,15 20, 030, 6 !?",. 700, 7 15, 7 25, 800, 130, 000, '?>'?'?? 1000, 1030. 11 io and 11 55 p. hi Sundaya 700, 7:.",. 8 10, 8 20, --to. 900. 920,9 10, 1000, 1020, 10 I". II i?>. 11 20 and il loa. m., 1200 m., 1220, 12 i". i 00, i 20, I K),200, 2 20, J 10,300,320,3 10, 1'?>. l 20, I 10. 500, 620, ?'- 10,600,620,6 H), 700, 7 20, 7 io, -i". 830, :"?>. :??'". l""". 1030and 11 10 p. m. rOB Mo(M viiivon. Leave Alexandria for ftfount Vemon week days.al .", !?",. ?;">?;. 758, B51, 1025, II 25a ni.. 1225, I J-">. 2 2:,. :(:*>. I 40, 5 35, i; 30,7 35' 8 80. !? 50, lo 50 and II 50 p. m. Sundays 700, 830, 930, 1030, ll :?> a. m.. 12 30. 1 30, 2 30, 3 30, I :>?. 630,630, 730, s kiand i" 16 p. m. Washington Southern Ry. Bobedule in etfect May 15, 1910. Trains leave Unlon Statlon for Wash? lngton and point- north at 7 43, 808. - :;.iiid 832a m., 1201,230, -"7. s 18and n :v, p. m.. dally. Por Frederlcksburg, Rlchraond and polnta south at 137,7 53 (loeal) and 1022 :i m.,1216, 122, ?'>!" (loeal-7 IJ and 957 p. m. Accommodatlon for Frederieksburgat II 29 a. m.. dally. < ?n week da.v - thi train runs through to Mtlford. Non : Time ofarrlvals and departurea and oonnectlons not guaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR, Trafflo Manager, Rlohmond, Va VIRGINIA. In tlie (Ic-rk's Offlee of the Corporatlon Court ofthe City of Alexandria, on the 29th 'lay of June, 1910. Lilllan 1'.. Mansfield va Robert N. Mans iii-1,1. In chaneery. Memo. The object of this suit is toob taln for the complainant anabsolute di rorce from thedefendanl on the ground ofadulterycommittedby Him, and for general rellef. it appearing byanaffldavit Bled in this causo thai the' defendant, Robert N. Mansfield, i- :i non-resldent of thisState: It is Ordered, That -aid defendant ap pear here within fifteen day- after due publicatl.f thi-order. and do tvhat is neeessary to protect hisinterests in thi-^ -uit. and that a copy of this order ln forihwith inserted ln the Alexandria Gazette, n newspai?er publlshed in the i it t of Alexandria, once a week for four Ktieeesaive week-. and poated at the front door ofthe Court House <>f ilii-eit.\. \ copj Tl.-l i: . NEVELLS. C.REENAWAY, Clerk. i:v I.m is N. I>t ii i.v. I>. C. Charlea Bendhclm, p. q. Je30w4w-thu :t;ii<l Amiiial leniiieraiire ??Miisli" Meeting. PurrellUlle. Va.. \ii^n-t i-Uh ???<>? Southern Railway announcea aeeount the above occaslon vijry low round trip i.u-, - from Waahington, Alexandria, Bluemonl and IntermedUtte polnta; dates of -aie Augual Ist to lotb incluaive, flnal return limit Auguat ll. 1910. Special train will he operated from Waahington and Alexandria to Purcell viiie and return August 3 (Wedneadaj , leaving Washlngton 7:40a m. and Alex? andria (W.aO. statlon) 7s45 a. m., stop ping at all points; returnlng leave Pur cellvillc5*0p. m. same 'lay. Suffleient extra equipment will l?- attached to rcgulai train- duringcourse ofthe meet? ing to property takecareoftravel golng and returnlng. Special train will also he operated l^cesburg to Purceliville Sunday, Au? gust 7th. leaving Leesburs 1030 a. m., returnlng leave PurcellvUle 7.n, p. m. same day. OnTuesdaj and Wednesday, Augual :? and io. triin 119, reaching Leesburg S:15 p. m. will be eontiaued through t>i Purceliville; returnlng leave Purceliville ? ii.. i a,l, nlgbl for Leesburg. For furtbor Informatlon call on nearest southern Railwaytiekel ageutor write i. 8. Brown, Qeneial Agent, 705 Plf teenth atreet nortbweat, Waahington, D I Virpinla ReiW Shewl IUIO. gouthern Baitaay bega to announce that low round trip fares ha\e been au thori/.ed on aeeount of the foUowlng Horse Sbows: Manassaa Horse 8how, Ufanasaaa, va., Julj - Orange Ilorse Bhow,Oraaga, va., Au Albemarle Ilorse Bhow, Charlottea rille, Va., Augusl 9-10, at Royal HorseShow.FrontKoyal. Va., August l?-17. Warreatoa Horse show. Warranton, \ a . Au^'ii-i 31-Sentember I. For further Inibnnation eoneerning tnthorised, territory from wbicn applying, dates ofsale, flnal limlt ete., call upon nearest Southern Railway a-'ellt._ WAM I.I' A eood WHITE MAN for tbe atable t Ravenaworth. WUtft to Mrs. LKKI Borke, Virginia, marll tf h ojsnxiixniiniixraroix^ L of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 D OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. C. Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert Thc Citizens' National Bank has been directly identified with the mcrjantile. manufacturing. and jobbing interests of Alexandria for forty years. and. with ita large capital. ample surplus. conservative directorate. progrcssive management and convenicnt location. ii cquipped to satiafac torily handlc new accounts and to accord them that samc courteous at tention which has been a vital factor in its steadfast and continuous growth. nn TjTjijxLiiJj.ixxiix3JLiiiiixii:iJiTxjjj^jLinr^ 9 Any Gentleman who is fond Of a good BOloke will pre fer a cigar, the reputation of which has been teated for \> ara. Thia i- the faee with our Choice and PlantationCigars A nice. clcan snioke, made of the beol ii.ii.ii co to be had on the m.ukct, and made by skillcd aml axperienced work men, Piedmont Cigaretiet; at $3.95 per thousand cash. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Rides New Shows Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fitteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics jel Jlll I'.s.U 1IITIM.. V tXACEB Virginia SafsDeposit&TrustCorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. ?i.000.000. Paid in Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS C. J. Rixey. John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater, Henry K. Ficld. Henry Baadcr. George S. French, J. K. M. Norton. Wc act as Executor. Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonds. Gcneral Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savings Accounts. Wc solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora tions. Firms and Individuals, and promise liberal treatment consistcnt with sound binking me:hods. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince aod Commeree Streeta WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCERS aml cle.il, rs in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produce receivcd dally. Oui itock of i'lain and Faney Oroceriea em l raccseverything to l>e had in tln* line. We hold largely In L'nltedHtateBbond eii warehouse and earry ln - ock varioua branda ofthe besl PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. iiave bJso in -n.re superiorgradea of Poreign and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. tfc sati-i'aciion Ouaraateedaa to Price- aml Quaiity._ W. A. Johnson & Co., N. Efbornerl aaneron and Royal Streeta. WHOLESALE GROCERS Gcneral Commission Merchants and dealer- in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. lla\e on hand Gibaon'a XX, XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye.Old Cablnet aml Monogram Whlskles; aJao Baker*a and 'I lioino-on's Pure Ityc Whiakiea, to which they invite the alteiition or thc tnulc Orders from thecoimtry for mereban dlac -hail recelve prompl attentlon. C'onalgnmenta of Flour, < Irala and Country Produce aollelted, lor whieh they guarantcethc blghest markel i and prompl returns; RtCHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS omca awo btobbb: 115-117 w. aoTAbar, Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul tural Implemcnts. Vehicles.Harneaa. Field and Garden Seeds. waaaaocaoBB, boi rn cmam mmwt, oa i.im; c.i -.OUUI BAU.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andallkindsof MillFeed Will arways keep l? ataek the bigbeat grade of theee artielea _ PROPOSALH. Propoaala will be re ceived untll l2o'clock noon.July -"?? 1910, at the City Englneer'a ofllee and then opeiie.l lor thc insOUIatioa of closeta, uritial- A. .aml for conneetlons, and for ooneretlng raBae iiict.u ,'oors. , arpciitcrs" work. ftcat the Washington iScbool r-ir i*>> a. Plana ud Hpecificationa can be seen at the <'ity Englneer'a offlee. The right i- reaerved to reject any aml all bids and extend the time forreceiving aame. I.Al'KKNi-KSTAHI.Klt. Chairman Coiiiinttteeon School Ilou-eg and Furniture. jyldtd BJ ILDING MATEB1 \l - [ESTABLISHED 1822 Henry K. Field & Co., Suceeaaors t" JOSiAU II. 1). BMOOT. LUMBER andMILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Offlee and Y.-n-d 115 N. Unicti atreet Factory No. 111 N. Lee street, Material Delivered FREEln the olty. HOTWEATHERCOMFORT An electric fan will cool your office. atore. shop or any room in your house. Electric lights give off less heat than any other mcthod of illumi nation and do not consume the oxygen in the air. An electric iron doea not require a hot fire in the room nor the necessity of walking back and forth between the board and the iron. Call on ua for facts and fitfurea. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. I've had my littleOUting where pl( a-me and business dld oombine; Andl'm back again to busineM <>f tbe -laid and reguiar kind. ,i BB, the sonior nieiiilier of Caineroti Dairy Lusofa is back again to reguiar business. "REOI I.AK." Do you knoun thai 1 like this wonl.' it meaaa the eliin inatlon of doubt and uncerainty. It meaaa eorrect methods that rarely nula to produce good results. YKS. I ara Irom AtlanticCitj havingleft"HUls' \y l.Il-'K" in th,- capable handa or Mr KALPH OLIVIT wbo is gfrlng thu i ? ol' that resort the biggest literan value in majjaalaea i-vrr ooered I reading publlc. Alcxandriana rislting thia resort will do weU to eall on him. llooth 145, Kxpo-ition Building, Hoard walk and Kentucky Avenue. So i am back to reguiar business and in\ it,- you all to be reguiar lunchera at the ? 'AME KRON DAIRY Ll \< II. 906 King St. Open all nijjlit. Aiiinial Keunlon < ontederatt Itttr^"-. I i-her'H Hill, Va., Maturdai. ???"??< ?? Southern Railway ?aaouncex grwattlv reduced round trip fttrea August .-?thauu 6th rrom all stations Uashingtou to Har? risonburg, inclusivc: flnal return llinit August 7. IMO. Special train -;nl''' from Harrisonburg,Edinburgand rrom Royal and return. ., full partieulars see Byera distriD uted ,,r writ.- I.. 8. Btown, Oeoeiw Atrent, 70* Fifteenth atreet northwen Waahington, l). C.