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?isiiasOJ**??^! ALEXANDRIA. VA., SATURDAY EVENIVO, AUGUST 6, 1910, PRICE 2 CINTO. YOU ME CXI.--XO. 185 -?f'ITO?Lfl. _ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ..nTOS STUART McGUIRE. M. D.. PStSIOINT MEDICINE -DENTISTRY-PHARMACY Nt? building under construction, tbe gift of the people ol Richmond. Admirable laboratory building (or temporary ?:s??large, bright, convenient. NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. Own one Hospital, use four others for teaching. MODERN LABORATORY METHODS. Member Association of American Medical Col? I?jt<-s. Registered in New York. High standing. Tuition and expenses moderate. SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND STATISTICAL RECORD. fl andolph-Macon College FORMEN. ASHLMD.Vs.l i>li<rhtfn! ?nd hwslthfnl lor?, ten, m mue? .-.orni of Kkhmond. I hearnifnl Campus. Moderate I ?barges owing to endowment?. ' B. B. Bl.rkw.ll. A.m., LI..I, . IrM. Wm. ?. Brew., Htfj ?nt Irw, ^ STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. :? for Fort Mini . orfol? . ?".????? - and points - operi?, powerful steel palace lers, -ii_s ? n.ft, f". p. III. \ loxandri ? ?."> p. m, >'a. m. Arri\ e Norfolk -.'?> a. m. ?p.s.- Portsmouth -.."?a. m. ? p. m. I.. m. la-ave Fi. Monroe /.OU p. m. Arrive Vlexandris 6.S0 a. m. Arrive Washington7.00a m. Thtxmgh connection? made at Norfolk irlth steamers of tin? old Dominion Stcanisliip l oiiip'.iiv for New York and Merchants'anil Miner's steamships for Boston. Menerai Tiokel Office,72014th si.S.W. Bond Building, Washington, I>. ('. Phone Main 1 .: ?. Seventh street wharf. Phone Main :'.T??i. Alexandria wharf foot of Prince si red. W. II. (ALLAH AN. apri tyr General Passenger Agent Colonial Beach* Alexandria's Favorite Salt Water Resort. Steamers daily at 9:30 a. m. except Monday and special week-end trips. Steamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT? URDAY. Steamer QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m. j SATURDAY. Steamer ST. JOHNS 9-30 a. m.| SUNDAY. Returning leave Colonial Beach 12 miJnitfht Saturday. 5 and 0 p. m. Sun? day. Other days b p. m. Bathing. Boating, Crabbing; Fishing the finest ever. FARE ROUND TRIP: One day ticket. 50c. Season ticket. ?1.00. Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. ji?;; ;:m Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Railway Company. sl'KINo (SCHEDULE. Steamers ol tin-, line leave Alexandria on and after May I.".. 1910, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and sai ? ?:??.\ ? at 130 p. m. BALTIMORE AND ALL THE 1 MA!. RIVER LANDINO?. Cuisine and appoiiuiiients unexcelled. ..h! for Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York solicited and bandied with care Through rates and bills of lading Issued. gingie fkro to Baltimore, 12-80; round trip. 83."?): staterooms, one way, 81.50. Meal? REARDON ? GRIMES, Agents, :.-roii street. SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. F.ilcd:\c May ft, F'l V Steamer" Capital City.M Leaves A lexandria at C p. m. on Mon? da) and Wednesday for Parhasn's Point and lower n\cr landings. Return early Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave Saturday a!'a a in. f..r Nomini and inter? mediate' landings, returning Sunday about "> p. in. Steamer "WakefielaV* i.eave Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at'.'a. m. l'or wirt's wharf and all Inter? mediate landings. Returning leu ? Wirt's wharf at G a. in, the following day and arriving at Alexandria about ? p. m, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Cameron Street. Telcphoi S jolt lyr Quality IceCream Ice Cream and Ices of all Savon and of the purest qualities always on hand or furnished to order. Special prices on large quantities Cakes and Pastry ot all kinds and of the best quality. H* Biodi Both PhLes.' ?ri?? l?U-niiial Movable ('.inference elthc ? rai I Order of Odd Fellows tel Baltimore. Md.. Beet. li-?. . niv reduced fire- via Southern RaJlwav"fr<>m principal Virginia points .? above occasion: dates ol sale l?lh and 10th. linai limit, Sei> !.. r -l-t. Consult agents or wine I.. ,,M I?,, (Venerai Agent, 705 Fifteenth ^re?e;,northwl':rWa;hln?rton.D.C..for full partieulars. JVfo&ttbria (Saze?fe. i-uni.isiii;i) n.wi.v and thi-wkkki.y at OAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Enteredatthe Postoffloeof Alexandria, Virginia, as second-class matter.] Tkrmb: Dally 1 year, $.">.00: 0 months. *-j..'^; :; months, 81.'25: 1 month,4;! cents 1 week. 10 "flits Tri-wcekly ? 1 year, $3.00: G month? *I..Vi: 3 months, ..". cents; 1 month. 2B gents. Ov.trnct advertisers will not be allowed to exceed their spai.??? unless tbe excess is paid for at transient rates, and under no circumstances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legiti? mate business In the space contracted for. Resolutions In memortam, of thanks. tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or pensons,unless of public concern, will be printed in the paper as advertisements. CANALEJAS FIRM. Simultaneous with the rushing of troop* to San fehantisn. Spain, to cope with the uprising which the gov? ernment fears may grow out of the holding there on Sunday of the Inter? dicted, demonstration of the eterica] forces, in protest against the govern? ment's stand in its dispute with the Valicasi, Premier Canalejas yesterday issued a Statement outlining his policy in the promises. In it Se?or Canalejas declares that the demonstration would have lieen permitted elsewhere than at San Se? bastian or Bilbao; in fact that he de? stro it to be held in order that its Strength may be shown. He says, however, that the law will be inforced and that bis adversaries will be respon? sible for whatever happens, The state? ment of the premier follows: "I know that priests are distribut? ing arms, and also that the manifes itanta intend to bring women ami chil? dren with them ID order to prevent military intervention. But I am de? termined to enforce respect for the law. Troops will be distributed at strategic point! and the railroad will be held fot rcinfoii'eincii's. "If my sdvetaaries want ? lesson they .-hall have it. They will be responsible for whatever happens. "The manifestation has only lieen ad? journed. 1 desire that it shall occur in order that iti strength may lie shown: luit i! must occur elsewhere and without constraint or threat-. " Bettor Pelin, the chief of the Cal? lista, has inviteli the Cai lists through? out Spain to send delegates to the demonstration at San Sebastian Sun? day. Kl Liberal in ?I terday de? manded the expulsion of Mgr. Vice the papal nuncio b. Spain, on the ground thai he is inciting Catholics to rebellion. Th?? government believes that tb? Carl isti and the members of the re? ligions orders which are numerous in northern Spain, are Openly inciting their followers to violence. Prinn-MinisterCanalejas does not con? ceal the belief that the religious agita? tion is used largely as a cloak to shield a pol?tica] and revolutionary movement. The government openly charges that the scheduled manifestation at San S.? bast?an was secretly arranged in Koine at a meeting of live cardinals, included among whom were Cardinals Merry del Val and Rampolla, the object being to bring pressure upon King Alfonso to get rid of Premier Canalejas and ap? point ? new and more friendly ministry with which the negotiations between the government and the Vatican could bfl resumed. If Canalejas did not fall, it is charged. Mgr. Vico, the papal unnico, was to be recalled to Rome. Iron shields have ???? put over the windows of the historic Church of Santa Maria in anticipation of Sunday's expected disorders. Since the government has ordered the railroad companies not to furnish special trains for the proposed demon? stration at San Sebastian Sunday, the Catholic adherents arc already com? mencing to leave Bilbao for the sum? mer capital upon the ordinary trains. Two hundred residents of the Pro? vince of Navarre have telegraphed Premier Canalejas that the history of Navarre is written in blood ami that they are ready to die for their religion. DR, STUART?? DEATH. That young Dr. George Murray Stuart, who was recently shot and killed by Bdns Wallace in Pittsburg, Pa., had never been unduly friendly with the woman il the assertion made in Winchester yesterday by Dr. L M. M.haffey, of Pittsburg, Dr. Stuart's dosati friend. Dr. Mehaffey made the following statement : "I had known Dr. Stuart intimately for the past six or seven years. He wa-a man of good character and lov? able disposition. His morals were above the average of those of young men of the present day. He did not drink at all, to my certain knowledge; he smoked moderately, and I am posi? tive when I say that he was a clean man in his relations with women. "Dr. Stuart met the Wallace woman in a professional way, and performed an operation on her about a year ago in a Pittsburg hospital. The woman became infatuated with the young surgeon. He resolutely refused to have anything to do with her, and I have ?fter heard him say over tbe telephone, when she would call him. ? have told you that I don't wantt<> have anything to do with you.' "There is not the smallest doubt that the woman ei.tered Dr. Stuart's rooms by means of keys which she found in the open desk in his downtown office, and shot him behind the ear as he lay ?sloop. She wa-driven to the deed by her mad infatuation for the young man, and the knowledge that he was to have been married to Miss Alice Pau? line Simpson, of Laws, Va., on August 10. threw her into a frenzy. After killing him shs turned the pistol upon herself." INVESTIf.ATIM. BOCWEMAV? DEATH. A dispatch from Ridgeway, Va., says a sensation has boen created in that section of the state over the report of Private Detective Joseph Funk, who has been engaged in working out the assassination case in which Mayor H. A. Houseman was blown to his death by dynamite. The detective's report to the Hidea? way town council is that Bouseman caused bis own death, when he endeav? ored tO injure himself with dynamite in order to collect, accident insurance policies to the amount of 16,000, and thus save himself and family from financial ruin, which, it has been dis? covered since the tragedy, he was'facing. Detective Funk followed innumer? able clue to limi a cold trail at the end, and his report has been accented by the council and by the majority of people in the community. This was especially true when the linancial con? dition of Bouseman was learned. He owed 12,500 and to meet this had only $70 to his credit at the bank, and no other resources. Peculiar and despond? ent actions of Bouseman previous to the explosion are also recalled. The detective believes that Houseman held the stick of dynamite between bis feet or lower legs while he ignited the fuse with his burning cigar, as he lay on the lawn. A paper bag found wrapped about some dynamite in bushes near the mayor's home Tues? day, following the explosion, was identified as one he got at a store the day of bis death. When he stopped to secure a cooling drink two negroes told of having seen Houseman blowing up stumps with dynamite, and he was-.en in the clump of hushes where the sticks of dynamite were found after the tragedy. Again, there wa- no hole in the ground where the explosion occurred, and the detective argues that both limbs would not bave been blown off at ex? actly the same place had the dynamite been thrown from a distance at him. The officer told the council it ?vas foolish to spend money looking for an -in. It is the opinion ihat th.- policies will Ik- paid, as the ease can hardly be proven in loch a manner t" -how a cause for their forfeiture. Two policies, one for $1,000 and another for $2,000, were taken out a short tini?? ago, Mouse man giving his notes for the pre? miums. When the digestion is all right, the action of the bowels regular, there i- a a natural craving and relish for food. When this is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chambei la;n' Btomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organ-. Im? prove the appetite and regulate th?? how ?Is. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Hi? hard Qibson, .n.Al.orsY CAtJftES shootim;. liuth Richards, aged IS years. daughter of a farmer at Warren Cor liei-. ?. Y., is lying dangerously wounded from bullets Bred into her mouth and left lung by Frank Ranney, of Buffalo. Th?? ?ill and Ranney Thurs? day evening went riding together. Tiny quarreled Ranney said, and he accused the girl ?if attempting to break their engagement to marry because of her fondati for a rival. Ranney confessed that he then put his arm around the girl's neck and tried to kiss her, and when she resent? ed his action, lie shot her first in the mouth and then through the lung. After the shooting the girl, afraid to tell her family, crawled to her room, where she was found, Ranney drove tolxickport and gave himself up to the police. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, euro constipation aud sick headache. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls Ch.mu.ottksvii.lk. Va. (?pens September 20th. Full corps of teachers?Preparatory and Academic Departments. Music, Languages. Art. Miss MARA' HYDE DU VAL, jel5 3m Principal. Episcopal High School Near Alexandrin, Va. FOR BOYS. The71adyeas opens SEPTEMBER 28, [MO Catalogue sent. 1. M. IW.ACKFOUI?. LI.. D., Principal. A. B, BOXTON, 13. ?.. jyl2 d-tw 2m Associato Principal. Clearance Sale of Remnants and Single Rolls of Mattings Grass Carpet, 40c grade, at 25c Nest Patterns 30c sad 25c Mat? ting at 15c end 20c. 40 yards of 23c grade Matting st $7.00. Matting Rags at 29c. M* Ruben & Sons? 601 KING STREET. Fairbanks-Morse, Portable Engine Here u a Power that is always ready. Investigate! Just the engine for Cotton Ginning, Grinding, Pea? nut and Grain Threshing. Flooding or Drainage * Pumping,, Sugar Cone Mills, Sawing or any serv? ice where great and steady Power is required. No extra fuel to carry. No dancer from fire, boiler exploitions or broken bridges, as with steam engines. Simple ?powerful ? reliable-economical?and always ready to be taken anywhere at a minute's notice. Simple Hopper Cooling- Jacket. Does away ____ with complicated cooline system with large quan? tities of water to drag around. ?The Falrt>ank?-M?rw? encln?wlll develop more tb.n r.u."l T.i.rw ?mot. Slow *imm?1 ?nd ?? .im?leth.'? "l..n!l<iUwtfor ,.-.r? wilojittlf. ?.r All pjrt. ?r? ?-c?lbln ;?.lr 35*3 ?n.i lntffrrh?nsmnl?. All ImproTetnent? ??de OB ralrbanlui-Moriif.ciiairie.wili flt.nr KalrlMsnk? M?nx< .-pe??..? now in Mrrlon. alad? lo ?i??? froto 6 to SII. P. Operate on gamiiae. fceroat?OC di?UI?tf, Othertri^of r^rt?bl?m?deln.iie.f^l^Bttir Hwsso? (bu pnbllilirt. ?ad writ. M oao. t? Mr ?m rorUM. Ufi?, ?.?,? Ko. M. I -87 1433 Main Street, Richmond. Vs. Or ?ddreu BMrat ?r mar ST Bruch Horn? Fairbanks, Morse 4 Co. First National Bank of Alexandria. Virginia OFFICERS G. LJJBOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Prcsident J. J.GREEN. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTH E BENOIT BAER. JR. M^B. HARLOW FRANCIS L. SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS RESOURCES Loans and Investment?, 9??,48?.80 C. H. Bonds. I2.jJXJO.00 Banking House. 73291.61 Hue trulli I!:inksanil Re? serve Agenti. i?-.l?>?.-ll Cash. 44,663.00 S Percent, l'inni. MOMO 11,228,838.42 LIABILITIES ( apital.?100,000.00 Surplus snd Profits. 196,522.61 cireulatii.n. 90,600.00 Deposits. B422S?.90 Other LlablllUes. I.4IC.OI *L22s.srR42 This l?nk with its ample capital and surplus, its adequate equipment bud facilities, solicits the accounts of manufacturer-, ?rbotcsalets, retallen anil individuals on the best terms ccnsisteni with wand banking;. Noeoeoant too Large to be handled ?sttsAsetorily; none t???) small to be appreciated. THREE LOTS Embroideries To be closed out at our SUMMER CLEARING SALE. One lot Embroideries, 8 to 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. En fA SALE OF s s; Manhattan Shirts Commencing Saturday morning we will reduce all Manhattans to the following prices: $2.50 Manhattan Shirts st.$175 $2 00 Manhattan Shirts at.$1-38 $1.50 Manhattan Shirts at.$1.15 e I We have all sizes in these shirts in both H white and fancy effects. L$< Kaufmann Bros. ? 402-405 King Street. Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $ 1 ??,???. 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. \ Your Watch Will Never Keep Cor? rect Time if it needs cleaning. Most likely that's the reason it has been losing ti.ne lately. Step in and let us look it over. We are experts in watch icpairing. All our work it guaranteed, snd our charges are always the lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH|ROYAL|STREET. BELL PHONE 34?. w Our IMO sommer pri?es on Anthraetto Coal beeanse straetlvs Monday, May 1, ??0. There has never been a time In thehlstory of our busiaess whs? we felt that ?re were alile tu ?,'iv?? bettor values in Anthracite <oal than Mrs esa this season, IS we have completed our :irrimj;eiiieiii? to tenure our entire supply from two or three Of the very best collieries in the Antracite region, and vili have a coal which is uniform in quality, srell prepared, snd seal that ?ill ?fire ihr hotter results than the ?venere. It is ..ur destra to gfVS our kntds the liest rallies licit can l>" had mid we earn? estly >oli?'it the orders of our friends and customers. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. BELL TELPHONE 19 and 67. HOME TELEPHONE r>2 and 57. ORDER OFFICE, We. VJi? RIVO STREET CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. FOR RENT 817 Prince street.$22 60 120 If. St. Asaph street. 18 00 1123 Duke street. 16 00 118 N. St. Asaph street. 14 00 218 N. Pitt street. 11 00 511 S. Henry street. 10 50 527 N. Henry street. 10 50 330 Commerce street. 8 50 328 Commerce street. 8 00 421 S. Alfred street. 7 50 810 Wilkes street. 5 00 505 Wilkes street. H 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. ? _ ' ' ? ? ? I I ? ? If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky-the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try some of our |finc Imported Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streets. Both Phones. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE ^Bgm??vmr~mmtma?mi?wmm!Bmm?ma?MBW?umm?mmm???uu?W?mumnmm [Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines. Clarets and Burgundies alltke Summer. ONE BARREL G, Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It ia BETTER Than you can 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 Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING, also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. FINANCIAL Gardnrb u Booths, I M. B, Hanurer President I Vice Prastdent First National Bank Ai.kxanwua. Ta. Designated Depository of the United States. CAPITAI.$100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS.1175,000 Directors: O. L. BOOT UK. M. B. li A BLOW. <;. K. WARFIELD, J. F. MUIR, WALTER ROBERTS, B. BAER, Jr.. FRANCIS I.. S.V'"?" ESTABLISHED HB. ?urke & Herbert Afodernly equipped for hanking In its various'branches. Deposites received subject to check at sight. Collections made on all points. High-grade Investment seeurilles bought snd sold. Letters of Credit and Foreign Ex? change furnished. 5sfe Deposit Boxes for rent. A Savings Department in which in? terest ii allowed on deposits. w: E PECK Payne and Queen Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192._ Otterburn Lithia and Mag? nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep? sia, Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tes? tify to its great merit. Fraak Warfield, Druggist._ Inauguration Pullman Observation Car It Is stated at an early date the South? ern Railway will inaugurate lo section Pullman observation cars between Xew York and Birmingham or? its Binning? hamspsetal Isaring Washington 4:15 ?