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s\TIKl>\, EVENING, ADO. ? LOCAL MATTBB8. Sun and Tide Table. Sun p-, - tomorrow :it',jH:inil sets 7:1 C. High water at 923 cm. and:?.h p. m. Weather Probabilities. bla seetlon Mr tonight ami Bun ouerau temperature; light vari* ids. CHURCH SKRVI? ES SUNDAY. ? ii1 ?" ? ? u i;.v. Wm. J. Morion, rector Km :?> a. m. Ber I II a. m. In ?;.\ I I?. (iili-ou. ? ? - in i:< u Ri v. G. P. I'hil i'loi .1 11 a. in. bj Bev. I < HI Rl II K> \ ! I o I "irp.-ll Hol? iimuinioli at 7.: ? a. II.I l\ ..I... III. Sel \ ?. id |. in u.\ ih?? rector. bhiwi ii. I.i ? io- ; ss Cm ?:? II ? ? - p. in. Kev.J. .1. Wencltel. Snudai ? ?'? : ' ' ? a. 111. ??I \i,-v'- ( ni Ri ii Fir-t mass at .' a. in. Ma-- and sermon at 10.00a. m. Her \ e? i al ?? p. m. \ (hi ?:? ii Rev. J. K Ne? 1er, [Master. Suiida.i School '?>.'?? u. m. Sen ices al il a. m. and ? p. m. by ?'. ? l \\ . f. Pitman. prim ( in in u Bev. W. K. an. s.intl.ii School at9.30. Preaeh ? ? 11 a m and H. ? m, by Rev. s. I. ikei si? I! mu .-? ( ni ?. u Rev. W, E inkfoi.l Sunda\ School at :>.:?> a. m. ti plea.lli!.:: ?I ? p. III. I luM ? ?? ? il. El'IH, < Hi Ut II Rei A. W. Rudlslll. Sabbatli school si in. preaching at 11 a. m. ami 8 ?. m. ? rill I /?-agile G: la p. m. Botha ? > ????.??.?>?.\? ?. ?. (????? south I ' .ni 'ax street Rot .W.M.Polsal. sunili.v - ?.lai' lu a. m. Services at 11 a. m uni - p. m. ?? ? ? ? ci- ? in e. u Soi i h Bev. II. M ? ???,??? pa-tor''.Ha. m.Siintla,\ -eht...I. ? Il a. m. lij Rev. l-aae W. Canter. Mil ii. Puoi ? hi neu Rev. J. M. Holmes. 1 ?. D. Sunday school atH.no a. in. Service it 11 s m. and ?? p. m, it c? u fee street u Cava u rb, 8er ' |1 III. VlUI I . ? .?. li Sol I u 11Itili Aliod Sunday !.|."i ? n. lu.?. ? \v Chat . ? ? iiircli South sui. ? itngat 11 a m Epw ?rl h ? ? m. Dai. ? ?? ? ?? ?-? ? m ?? u Preaching at 7.30 ? m. tuia Hol ?. m ???- ??.? I illkllll -t ???: - at - p. m. Boschi ? 'n m ?, ?. ?: ? m ri u eoi red snudai school at !?.30 a. m. Preach? u.? u II a u. nid 7.30p. m. Epworth ne at 1.30 |. ?? \|.? ? M M-ll. Sun,lav lehool p. m. Evening services at ?p. m. I.ini.? ? ? ?? ?-? < tu ri ? .lored north Alfred -ir. , ? Bei W . II. .lohn son pastor. Sabtath school 9.30 a m. il u a. m. ami - p. m. Bap? tising at ? <?' ? m. ALEXANDRIA LIBRARY Th.- f..il..????.'books have been ad iled to the Alexandrie Library Tin House ?.u < berrj Btret I knaeua K. Be The Butterflj Man. Qeorge Met ut. licou; .lu-i Between Themaelvea, Ann.? Warner; Hie Green Mouse, Roliert W clumber-: The Heart ol ? I lisabeth DeJeans; The Taming "f Red Kutte Western, ?- Lynde; The Little Knigbt ; \ Bai ? . Muy ?. Maule; Frai.kl,? \\ , low Kane, Anne Douglai Sedg wick; The Wild Olive, knonymons; Simon The Jester, William J. Lockt A. Splendid Hazard, Harold Mac . The Confounding of Camelia, Anne Douglas Scdgwick; The Gold Trail, Harold Bindloss; The Depot Master, Joseph C. Lincoln; T?e illu tinu- Prince, B. Phillip- Oppenheim; The Mufle l'ami, Nathaniel Has thorn??, Iv'ilmciiv of The On hard. L. M Montgomery; Jacqueline <>f the ? ? Pigeons, Augusta Seaman ; Mist Minerva and William Green Hill, Prances Calhou? ; Doc. Gordon, Mary K. Wilkilli Freeman; The Pall.- of th.? Righteous, Lily Dougall; The Win? ning Chance, Elizabeth De .bans; Nathan Burke, Marj 8. Watts; The professional Amu, Mary C, Wemyss; Caleb French, Mary Imlay Taylor; ? Mania.'. In.1er the Terror, Patricia Wentworth; The Motor Boyi in the Clouds, < larein. Vonng; and Th? Young Guardsman, John l><? Morgan. WIFE VS. HUSBAND. Edward Travers was arrested yester? day by tMlicei Talbott at the instance of his wife, who charged him with drunken and disorderly conduit. The aoeused was brought into the Police Court this morning in s bedraggled con tiltlt.li He had all Ugly cut oil tile forehead and fore c\ i.lctiee of having been scratched and gouged. His face and neck were bloody and his shirt stain? ed with gort Itwa the same old story uf mai n.il m felicitj and chronic drunktm? The officer testified that it wa- a . ? ? of mi of on.? and half a dosen of the other so far as complain ment and defendant were concerned, Th?? wife alleged cruel treatment on the p.ut of bei liege bird and said she had "Int-" all o\. ? her body inflicted by tin? teeth of h.r husband. The latter stood trembling snd made no defense. It was aile?.'? d that be had fits during the night and had inflicted his own ill juries. Travers was sent to the work ?I..II-C for tell ih?) - CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Civil service examinations will lie held on \iil'u-i -? for messenger boy at Indian Head, Md., and chief of training school (female), Government Hospital for the Insane; assistant plant path.?' gist, Department of Agricul nu. ..? Septi ml?, ? 7. catatoguei I ? partimnt .f Agriculture; computer, Coast and l?eodoiic 8urvey; assistant chemist Geological Survey; library Smithsonian Institution, marine draftsman, Isthmian canal servi?-?' and on Octobei 12, flab cultu rist. bureau of fish LITTLE BOY BURNED. Robert, ti"' il.iee-vear-ol.1 son of Mr Robert S. Barrett, was seriously burned at tbe home ol his perento, KW Duke street, about I o'clock yesterday afternoon The little boy had pro? durci S notch while his mother WM temporarily absent bom the room and UrniUd o His clothing caught tire and hie erjreanii brought hit mother to hi, rescue but before she could teat the blazing sarments from the child, his lower limbs , :>> burned 1)r .Iones iva- lumuiooed and did everything possible for ********** Uttlesufi r? H?s condttton iscnttcal. ? vr'h $*G? *?' !*-(>!)? your choice, W.84. Bee C?? ?ing, etrwvt, FIREMEN'S CONVENTION. There was a meeting of the general c.nitiee on arrangements f?-r the Fin-men's Convention t.. lie held in thil city August -4, li5 and 26, in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce last even? ing, W. ?. BtnOOt, si., presiding. The committee appointed at the Last meeting to wait upon the mayor and the different railroad "ilici ils and the busilu?-- lion- asking ih'ir Mipport of a beh* holiday on August 25 (parade day.) reported that the above named parties had promised l<> support this movement. A Bande?me advertising poster of the convention has been gotten up by the committee, and these posters are being distributed all over the state, 'flu- poster, it b thought, will be the lucati- ol bringing a Large crowd t.. Alexandria. The railroads have given the traiis portation committee a very Low rate from all ?>oint- in Virginia. Mr. J. Sid Douglas was appointed chief marshal of the parade. The following route ha- been selectee by the general committee. Forming ?>? upper Duke street, down Duke to Lee, out Lee to Prince, up EVince to West, out West to King, down King t.. Washington, out Wash? ington to Feuilleton, counter march on Washington to King, down King t?? Royal, oui Royal to Cameron, down Cam. run to Fairfax, out Fairfax to King, up King to Royal, out Royal to Prince and disband, Attei the paratie all the firemen in 'ine will be entertained at luncheon in Armory Hall. The Opera House ha- been selected to ln.ld all the bii-me-- -.--ion- of the convention. Tbe rooms of tbe Cham? ber of Commerce will be the beadquai toll and the Young People's building a resting place fur the ladies. Invitations bave).? accepted sine? the last meeting bv the following com? panies; Phoebus will bring 80 men and s band of 28 piecei from Fortress Mon? roe; Rescue Hook and Ladder and Engine Co., No I Newport News, 1?' men; Covington Fire Co., 35 men: Suf? folk Fil???'?... 25 men, and they have . I a hand from \\',t ibington to bead their company in th?? line ?>? parade; Strasburg Fue Co,, 85 mon. Th?? Friendship Veterans will ride in carriages while theii engine and reel will be drawn by horses. All citisene are reque ted to decorati their -Ion- and dwelling! as a token of their appreciation for tin? volunteer tir?? nieii of Alevin.li la. The firemen ofourcitj arc preparing ??, make this the largest convention ever held in tin? state, an?! an? leaving nothing undone which can in any way add to the interest of the occasion. Tin Relian e I ire Co., No. 5, has appointed l? 11 <?atti a- marshall "f parade and Smith Williams aid. The Columbia bai appointed .lohn Lead beater marshal! and George A. Norris aid. Th?? other companies will appoint marshals and aid- later on. PLEASANT FISHING TRIP. ? pleasure trip where each heart beat in unison, notwithstanding th? different viewi held politically by tbe invited guest, was that taken on ('apt. AI H?llen'- yacht y? -1er?lay by Police Commissionors August Oeh?ert and Thomas Father ami Alderman ?). M. Hill and Councilman Spinks ami Mr. William C. Wildt in I.or of their prominent guest, Mr, F. C. Schneider, who is in charge of the Washington bureau of the Omaha lice and other western journals. Th?? party went to the While House, Ion the I'otoiiiae) and the luck in fishing that followed them. ?' ?- predicted, is the -anie Ihat will meet the reputili,-an party at the com in?.' Congressional ?lection. If the) had a bu,? ?., um? recognised it. Mr. Schneider, the guest, ?- president of the League of Republican State einb? and handles about 00,000 republican voters who leave Washington atevery important election. Tin? visitor said he enjoyed In- company,e\cii though they Wen? dyed in the wool tleniocrat. saynig he had Seen worse fello WS, and-poke in high tei in-of the new Senator, Mr. Bwanson, who, he said, was s credit to the-late and nailon able ami fearless in the expression of hi- views on all public questions. The return trip from the While House wa- Iliad?? on tin? yacht Augusta, Admiral Calme-, in command ami Mr. ? ho-. 11. Travers in charge of tbe engine and was a most pleasant one. POUCE COURT. [Justice H. B. Oatou presiding.] The following cassa were disposed of tin- morning: Edward Travers, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was sent to tin work house for ten days. .lames Lightfoot, colored, charged with attempting to enter and rob lohn Cowling's blacksmith shop, had hi;. case continued until Monday. Frank McOulley, charged with dis? orderly conduct and fighting, wa- lined c. F. Barber and ? Lowery, charged with trespassing upon the property of th.? Washington-Southern Railway, were turned over to the suthorities of Alexandria county. "SPEED-BOYS" REORGANIZE. ?? ? ?.? eting of th?? Young Men'i Sodality Lyceum Basketball Team held la-t evening th-? lollowing-named per? sons Wl'lf -fleeted lo ? olllpo-e the ti Ulli for the veil 1910-11 : Fiitwi-le, captain: Toomey, Cockrell, Patterson, Williams, Hay den, McBride and Astryke. The team i- the same line up a- la-t -ea-oii. when they won the championship, with tbe exception of Astryseand M? Bride, who will play with the Lyceum for the first time this year. It wa- de? cided to commence practice September 1"). II. L Wheatley was re-el. ett.l manager and s. ?. Breen sa president WIRES EXTENDED. Th. Alexandria Electric Light Com? pany has extended their pole- from Mt. Ida through Mt. Vernon avenue sad down Columbia pike, to the Co? lumbia Cotton (hi Company's plant. to furnish power and light. It is un? derstood that private residence* will be furnished with electric lights along their line. - than half price--200 pair Misse? - ,,. manufacture ?1.50 ami 11.75, and sold at $2.00 and $2.50, wall ??? Mcrificed ?t 98c pei pair ?John ?. Mar-hall * Brw., i?2 King street, PERSONAL Mrs. Mary Field, aunt of Mr. Lee Field, who has been quite sick is better. Master Stephen Field i? summering in Bowling (irceli. Mr. W. ?. Hunter left Wednesday for a trip to l/iuisetta. Mis- Louise H??well has returned Iron a two months' visit te relatives in North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Latham. Mr. and Mr-. W. K. Latham, jr., ami Mr. and Mrs. C. W. t)'Meara with their two boys are at their summet home, Grassy in.'ad. mar Mt. Vernini. Mr. ??. J. Taomas aad daughter Fannie,who left today fur LawreocavOle, Va., were called there on thereon ee count of th.? illness of his daughter, M i-- Nel I io Thomas. Miss Carolyn Kast left last Sunday for a visit to Ohio and Kentucky to be gone about a month. Mi- Pensiti Ruaeell, formerly of this citv. and Mr. Max Peata, ol Charles Town, Wesl Va., were married m Hagerstowo, Md., Wednesday, Au gost :'?. Misses Mary and Edna Entwisle, of Baltimore, who have been visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Entwisle, haw returned to their home in that city. Mrs, ?!. W. Hammond and Mr II. II. NewtOO have gone to Hound Hill to spend ? few weeks. Mr. Charles A. Brill, of Connells \ille. l'a.. is iisiting his cousins, Mayor l'ait'and Alilerman Brill. Col. Robert K. Lee, jr., of Ravens wort Ii, haeancepted the invitation mde deliver the address at the annual re? union of the Society of ex-Confederates at Bur]ington, Mineral county, W. Va., September 8. Mi-s Ruth Watkins has returned fr. a visit to Miss Evelyn Wenricli at Manamas. Messrs. Raymond Astryke and Kemp Cock rei I n ill leave tomorrow for a week ? -lay at Colonial l.each. Dr. C. B, Outcall left thai afternoon for Martinsburg, W. Va., when? be will spend ? week's vacation Mrs, Frederick P. Bussoll is-spending the month ><< Angus? in New London, < ?onnecticut. Rev. W. F. Watson will tomorrow celebrate the second anniversary of his -ucee?ful pastorship of the First Bap? tist Church, At tomorrow morning's service- at that church be will take for his subject "Tin? Pastor for the Church'' and at night "The Church foi the I'a-tor. Mrs Fannie M. Wheeler, of Char lotte-ville, announces the engagement of her niece, Miei Frances Price Mor? row, to Mr. Isaac Kell O'Brien, of Taenia, Wash. The wediling will be celebrated in October. Miss Morrow ?- the daughter of the late Dr. J. P. Morrow, of Greenwood, S. C, and Mr. O'Brien iias formerly of Alexandria. Miss Frances Stniigfellow, of Ci.l pt per, i- visiting her uncle, Mr. Daini TompktllS, of Alexandria. Mrs. W liam (in?, ? and Miss Mary Green, of Alexandria, arc the guests of Mi-. Daisj Thompson. Miss Louise Ri.xey, from Alexandria, has been with Mrs, Sam Major, near Mitchells, fur several days, ?p route for CI??? I.JP'Sville. Mrs. George Robinson and children, of Alexandria, wen the recent guests of Mrs Civ?? English.?[Culpoper Expo? nent. Mr. C. W. Fleet, night clerk at the Hotel Bammel, Alexandria,!! spending the week ?? town, the first time in years. He was a former editor of the News.? [Strasburg News. LOCAL BREVITIES. Angling for blackbass is now in order. Tlnre wa- nothing new to report in the market this morning. Th?- K'ks Dramatic Club will give their annual complimentary excursion u. Marshall Hall on Tuesday week. .lohn McCuen, living in the Bvaddock House,is suffering from an injure?! leg, the result of wrestling with his brother. In the Corporation Court today R. II. Cos lias appointed curator Of the estate of the tato George Washington. Three candidates were given the tirst degn.f th?? order at a meeting ?if Po? tomac Lodge of <>dd Fellows last night. Mr. C. R. Van Ael-tyn sent to thi oll'ice today from his gardent an south Fairfax street a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Th?? Washington naval reserve steamer Ozark anchored off this city this morning, and later proceeded to Washington. A marriage License was ?sanad ?? Washington yesterday to John H. Mills, of that city, and Roberta Luckett, of Alexandria. William Young, colored, employed at Ait<ln? .n A litos lumber yard, fell and dislocated lii> bip yesterday. He Was attended by Dr. Snowden. l'In re will be a special meeting of th.? Alexandrie Light Infantry on Mon? day night, n hen ih?? pay for the Guttys burg encampment will be delivered to the lian. Mrs. Frank Landbought died in Washington yesterday The deceased was a daughter of the Late William Ja vins, of Alexandria. Tin; funeral will take place in this city tomorrow afternoon. Officer Knight today arrested a white man who gaie bis name as Wilmer Delaplane, who had in his posseesion three -liirts which looked as though they had just been taken from some? one'- clothe? li?e. Mr. S. H. Loot, auctioneer, sohl to? day for Mr. S. a. Brent, COtnmhun.nci, a bouse and lot on the ea.-t side of Washington street south of Wolfe to Mr. Anthony Brenner for$1,676. Cad of pineapples SOe dozen. .1. M. lvttit..ir ,725 ? ing street TwoPboass. an. ". 21 Select St.il Shell Crai.s on toast and Deviled Crabs at Splnki'i ('af??, Prince and Royal streets. DEATH OF MR. TACKETT. Mr. ( liarles F.. Tack.at. formerly of this city, died at his home in Freder? ick-I.urg this evening. He was a brother of the late John F. Taekett. and haves a widow. In the fall of their automobile over a pi?.?..apice near Nas-ereith. I'm?la. to? da] I Mrs?. Riven and bet son of New York, were severely injured and the chaffeur kill. I. l?i?' pair ladies tine shoe worth $3.50s and ft 00. They ar?? our ?>? but a little off as to style, 98 J. ?. Marshall ? uro., iiiHiug eu THE ALLEGED ASSAULT (ASK. Arrest of William Simmon* "S Charge* Preferred by Violet Mclnteer. Acting upon the sUitemetit mail? in yesteruay's Gazette that a jroong girl formerl/ employed in the h"ine "f a resident of south Lee ttrert bad ill-treabd by two men (fatbei sod ion) in a ga.-oiinc boat a few day-a-?. Chief QoOOS and Officer Reed mad?? an in? vestigation of tit?ense last nicht, a Vai stated yesterday, tin- alleged vic? tim is now in Prince William county. chief (roods, aeoosnoaaied by Offic r Knight, went tu ?.?n?utico toda] for tin purpose of locating tin- girl who told the story, in order to have her brought to this city. They returned this after? noon, and later officer Roberts sjrested William Simmons. Chief Good? says the girl (Violet Mclntoer), who is sixteen years old, in h? r statement corroborates that made in yestenlav's Gaiette m all the details save that the elder man ?lid not ill-treat her, but it is admit?.?<! that he was in the boat at the time. Shortly after the return of Chief Goods and Officer Knight Officer Bob erts proceeded t?> th?? foot of King street and arrested William B?mmoni 0U ?? charges prefer??'! by Miss Mulotoer. The brother of the lattei promised th?? officers that he would bring the young woman to this city early next Week. 'l'In? accused emphatically denies th?! charge against him, and says be will take legal steps for redress against those who have brought th?? charges against him. He denies he is ?.unity of assault as urged by Mi? Mclnteer. The prisoner after having been lock? ed up inaile a statement to the effect that Miss Mclnteer appeared at th?? shipyard, where his gasoline boat OUI tied, and he suggested that a- he W8I going to King street wharf sh?? might take a riile to that point. His father. Henry A. Simmons, steered the boat ami his son William acted sa engineer. The young woman remained ? u the bue! while the father and SOB went I., a restaurant and purchased sandwiches, ?uni coffee. They carried tivo sand? wiches to Miss Mclnteer which -he ale. The elder Simmons corroborates bit son's story. He -ays he steered the boat as far a- tin? foot of Kin;.' street. The young woman, he alleges, had been crying and said sh?? was ill-treated at th?? home at which she had been staying, and thai she was hungry. Upon returning to th?? shipyard, Bun nions says, Mis- Mclnteei -aid -he had m. place to stay, and he gave her pei mission to remain aboard the boat during the night. The next morning, he says, he gave her money with which to pay her way to Quantico. GOLD IN PRINCE WILLIAM. A letter received at tins office today from Morrisville says: Probably th?? n.iiest strike of gold ever known in the old gold fields around Morrisville baa just been uncovered by 0. W. Clay, a Pittsburg mining engineer, on the property of L. A. and I N. Btribling, about tWO miles south of this place. The ore assays 147.98 per ton and a three year lea-.? bai just been ligncd by the owners for 616,000 and Id per cent of the net profit! on all tie mined on their land. Mr. .lam? ? Btribling was for many years in the employ of the Southern Railway Com? pany and made his borne in Alexan? dria, having owned his present proparty for less than a year, NOT THE RIGHT MAN A stranger entered the Citizens' National Hat.k tin- morning and pre? sented a cheek, signed by "H. May & Son" for $10'2. Payment wai fused and tbe Arm of W. H. Maj 6 Son notified. The police station was also informed of the matter and later Officer Bell arrested o man who. it was supposed, answered the description of the stranger. He was conducted b the bank, but it was -lunvn that In? WM not tin- man wanted. DEATH OF A SWITCHMAN. Mr. Alb.it .' Gaines ?li??l at his home, ill'.' Duke street, yesterday. 'Ih?? deceased was 32 year.- old. 11 ? - lean- a widow and two children. Mr. Gaines had been m the employ of the Washington-Southern Railway Com pany as a sivitchm ui. lb- u?- a mein her of Al.Xiinlii.i Council, Order of Fraternal Amen., n? FUNERAL. The funeral of the late Mi-. Eliza Ann Scoti will tal?:?? place from the residence of ber eon, Mr. James Wil kins, on - .nth Fairfax Street, at o'clock ilu evening. Th.? services will be conducted bj luv. W. F. Wat? son and the palli., nei- will f Me--rs I'. F i.oimau. i: 1". Bet i is, Cbai Dearborn, .John Evane, I leopbilus Balletiger and L, H Thompson. FINED FIVE DOLLARS Frank McCulley, a youn ? autn who claims Danville as his home. WSS ar rested last niehl by l'iti, i- Caney and Sampson in a north Lee Street re? sort on the charge of disorderly con? duct and fighting. II.- was brought before the Police Court th.- morning when th?? officers testified thai tl : aus on the rampage whi p tbej entend th?? house ami took him in .barg??. Th? y al-., produced a beer bottle which tiny sud tiny found in one of his pockets, and (hat he would doubtless bave used n ai a blodgeon on a woman if he had not been inter? cepted on ih.? stairway. Justice Catui lined him <??">. SLOOP LIBELLED Ernest Banadera, as cook, and Wil? liam Danois, as deckhand, libelli ! tie sloop Flora Elsie in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia yesterdaj for one month's wages. $L>. W. Wes? tell i- named a- owner and master. The libellants allege that at Colonial Beach, after a trip down from Wash? ington, when- they ?hipped. We?el left the sloop and remained ashore, while they were without food from 11 a. m.. July 24. till tiny went ashore the next afternoon to seek the captain The captain boarded his veeseJ while they were seeking him, they declare, and sailed without them. Word reached Victoria. B. C.. I that Sir Wilfrid Laurier, prem; Canada, mi? injured in a railroad wreck near Mo'>-e Jaw. Th?? di-patcli not state whether his injuries were Washington, D. C. Hindoo and Egyptian Tur? bans. Advance Fall Shapes. $5 Th?? Turban Is going t<> ?>?? very popular this fall, as th.?-.? advenes mod? els Indicate; also tin? new and remodeled mushroom In the targe bata is an? other ol" the new shapes we are sliowitij.'. flies?? trimmed hats are math? of talletil silk, and a new corded silk in a ?rrpv effect called ?Indine'' silk. A number at-,? are .silk and velvet com? bined, many being trimmed nitfa velvet. flic trimmings- are of wings, fauci feathers ami barge bows of the ina ?crial. The eol'iringsare more on the tlark and somber shadings, though nearly all the popular shades ?re represented. FOR SALE. Cozy six room brick dwelling, 821 Duke street, with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al? ways rented. Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Dukestreet.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. Swan Bros KING AND PITT STREETS. Special Bargains During Our August Clearance Sale? ?. ? - 50c Loris Knit Underwear, lull. S6e If? n 50c Fanev Half HOM. Pair. 3;r ft 50 Manhattan Neglige Slurt Iv.ch.I1.J5 ?,?G- $9.00 Manhattan Neglige Shirts. Kach. 11.88 ????G- ?? ? ? Mesh Union Butta. Now.89e Boys' :2.">c Forni Knit Underwear, Now. 19c Ladies fl Percale Dress skirts. Now. GOc On,? l.adie-' Km.? 110 IMa.k Voile Dress Skirls. N'..w ..$6.49 ?? 12.50 While Cannon C|..lh Dresses. Now..11.41? badi?-' 12.98 Wash Suits...11.98 lien's 11.00 Union Suits. Now. 76c I Ludioe' 12 l-2c Bib Vests. Each. M. u- 11.50 Union Suits. Now .r>l, DO ? Ladies' odi: Sailor Hats . .'lile .u.? 1'oris Knit Union Suits. ? Lidi??-' $1.98 Hutch Collar Waists. Now. ?toe; Kadi.11.1?? Boys'25c Keaki Fante. Pair. 19c l?.,?.-' 50c White Lisle Underwear. Kiuh. 86c On?? Heavy Strong Trunk, re rJuoed from 120 to. .$14.98 $1.98 Maltuii.'Suit Case- Kaeh... $1.4',? ACCIDENT TO MACHINERY. The -learner Southland, of the Nor? folk and Washington Bteamboet Oom panv. due at tin- port at 8 o'clock this morning, did not arrive until about 11 o'cloCK. ??? was delaved 1j>' an acci? dent to her machinery and was com polled t" proceed at half speed. Tho Southland is expected to leave on her regular trip ?? Norfolk tonight. (Onu'ii--tiiaii Lamb ha- published a .aid >-vplaining why lie failed to vote for William Jennings Bryan, demo? cratic candidate for the presidency. He -ay- he moved from Monroe ward to Lee ward and forgot to get his transfer. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. ? h.? following i-1 ii-t of the letti maining In the Alexandria. Va, post" office up to August ?;, 1910: Alexander, lira C Kesnper, Daisy P.lackinaii. Mrs II Numer. Mrs Carilo Buck ' I ii? I " Randolph, Mary (?tinner, Mr- n M tUehard, 0 11 Clagett, C ? Root, Boaanoel !'.u-, Mrs Hurl Similis, Frank Daniel. I. W Su earing, r, I liarles DI SilverlU" Moore, W ? \ incenso Pallara, Kirnest Dolen, Hernie Ramsey, Jennie Donaldson, Joseph BJoelanlo,Antonino ?.an.?-. Mrs Ida (2) Thirsiy. Mrs ? . reell. J TowltB?, ? liiert | J) .laiuiev, ? White, I L Jenkins, Mrs Wm William-, Mr- I. ?f A iJii.?oUN. Postmaster. Baatestsa on a Submarine. I'oit-inouih. bg., Aug. 6.?In an exp?o-ion today on the submarine "Al" Lieutenant- Regnali and Stopford snd four men Wt re dangerously injured. The next Bell Telephone directory goes to press soon. Now is the time to subscribe in order to get your name in the new book. If you wish to make changes or corrections in your listings -write to the Manager, Southern Bell Telephone an ? Telegraph Company. Coal Coke Wood in.I.r your Coal before the advance at lowest summer prices. Best quality prompt delivery and bottom price. Phone 88, DbW. AITCHEiiON, lu7 south Royal strict ijeiUi BOY V>A!STi:i!. Apply at U. K. WKilB'S. 89 King suvcu . aug* wi I AM OFFERING POR SALE EXTRA BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 35c Pound. I ?.'liaran I.? cry pollini to give -al i^ laeiion. Presta snd Smoked Meats. irro.-cries and l'arni 1'roduels of all kind-. Telephone orders given prompt attention, free delivery. F. C. PULLIN, corner Queen and Royal streets. Phone. Hell 85L, Home B7W, ITIMJ _ Here'saTip When ordering" beer, call for the Hofbrau brand. A chain is only as strong? as it? weakest link. There ;rc no "weak links" in the manufacture of HOFBRAU BEER. Link No. 1. Materials?Selected with great care and no regard for expense; best obtainable. Link No. 2. brewing?Purity, cleanliness, skill and fidelity in at? tention to details: scientific meth? ods. Link No. 3. Aging?Large stor? age capacity enables us to keep our beer for months before mar? keting: thoroughly matured. For those who enjoy a line bev? erage nothing excels PORTNER'S HOFBRAU BEER. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA ?Phone No. 49-B Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs, Deviled Crabs and Crab Salad At JACOB BRILL'S PKsTALRANT foot of Kiug S. reel. Open until 10 p. m. apr? 6m *********** 612 KING STREET. SPECIAL TODAY g One Franklin Piano . One Franklin Piano $225 These Pianos are NEARLY NEW and are splendid bargains. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. OPEN TONIGHT. Sanders & Stayman Co. 612 King Street and 1327 F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. :ui: Why Swelter in Town? When you might be living in one of those cool, comfortable, up-to-date homes in ROSEfilONT They have every modern sanitary conven? ience, with wide porches and green lawns on all sides. Terms Right. Prices Right. Ask any residents of Rosemont and they will tell you how delightful a place it is. DAILY DELIVERIES OF MERCHANDISE AND ICE. 3c CAR FARE. WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK? Come out any evening and let me show you these beautiful homes. F.LSLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. I A RARE OPPORTUNITY. 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 5 7 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 ac? count 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 DRY ?itnil Woodward Lothrop NEW YORK?WASr NGTON?PARIS CLEAR?NC. SALE OF en's Sumrnc Furnishings Men's Veglie* Shirts specially pricei or clearance, v.-at an.) attractive colote aad designs, of fine nadrai si reale. Coat style with attached or ??parate cuffs; plain <>r plaited bosom. ?a - in the lot. Clearance Price, 85c Each Regular Price, $1.50. .Mill's Extra Fine Madras V . ? made coat style, with platted boeotn aad attached cuffs. All -1/ Clearance Price, $1.35 Eac.. Regular Price, $2.00. Men's Fin?? Light -weight Black I ks. aita Oxford fra) split sole and triple woven neel ami to?. Tie-? ?.? bought from one of the mill? in the country who product? re noted- for their standard of excel? lence, ami wen- offered to us at ,? special concession in price. \ I use. Deluded, Clearance Price, 6 Pairs for $1.00. Regular Price, 25c Pair. A manufacturer's ausale line of Pine Leather licit-, absolutely high-grade and perfect foevery respect AJ? tbe newest effects in imported ami ?Lmonc leather,-, in ??ray. tan, ami black, with nickel, Ina -, 1 |UD ni?Jal bucklo?. But th??!?.? ?s only ODC si/..??',VZ Clearance Price, 50c each. sbfoJOf Prices, 75c to $2.00. Main floor V St Shirt Waists at $\00. Very At? tractive alues. Wosaen'i Dotted Swiss Metri W? h yoke formed of natali tucks;tui ^ ed back ?long sleevai finished with deep t? ? ?l ? ufis; high collar, rasten in bat k. $1.00 Ju-.cn. Third floor-O it.