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ALEXANDRIA, VA., WET)XESDAY EVEXIXG, AUGUST_J01J9ig.
PBICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXL-yO. 188
K HOOIA
UNIYERSITY C0LLE6E
OF MEDICINE KSR
BTOART McQUiat, M. D.. ^acaiPIHT
MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY
SVW building under construction, the gtft of
the people ot Richmond. _
Admirable laboralory building for temporary
me?large, br.jjht, convanient.
NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT.
Ow.-. one Hospital, use (our others (or taaching.
MODERN LABORATORY MCTHODB.
Member Assooatioi. of Ainerican Medical Col
Itjet. Registeredin New York. High itanding.
Tmtion and axpenses moderate.
8END FOR CATALOGUC ANO
STATISTICAL RECORO
Randolph-Macon Uolle^e
FOR MEN. ^ ASHUUO.VA.
nrliithtrul and hi?)thfnl loca
tl<.n. It. mileii north of Kl'l.mo.nd.
Iteauifiil Campua. Moderate
aaaxgcaowing tocndowaienta. ,
R. I. BlMkw?ll, A.B., LL.D., Fna.
Wa, a. Brawa, Bta'j aaa Trtaa. ^)
STEAMERS
Norfolk and Washington
Ste^rfrboat Co.
Kv. ry*fay in tho ve?r I'or Porl Mon
^** ' porl Newa and nolnts
.--^ ii,, rl>. |..)\vei-l'ul Rteel palace
ateain
-??on. '??.!'? |>. m.
|. m.
[oiir.N-4 7.00 a. in.
orfoik s.i>ix. in.
? ? a. in.
i>ortHinoiith 5.00 p. in.
rfolk ?"?.011?. in.
? > |.. ni.
Arrivt' Vlcaandria ilho a ra.
aihlngton 7.00a m.
Throti ';? eoniiptitlon* made al Norfolk
W|th of the ol.l Dominion
? -!,:,, c.,in|.;iii.v i.-rNVw York and
lants'nnd Mincr'a Bteanwhlna lar
,'.',;il Tiekel Offlec, 72014tb StjN.W.
Dond Building, Waahlng*bn, 1>. <'?
Ph<.Main i'--''. .,..,,
ntli atrcel wharf. Phone Main 37W.
aandria wharf fool of Prlncc atreet
\\\ II. CALLAII \N
aprl l.i r Oeneral Paaaonjror Vgent
Colonial Beach*
Alexandria's Favoritc Salt Water
Resort.
Steamcra daily at 9:30 a. m. except
MonJay and special week-end tnps.
Steamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT?
URDAY.
Steeaaer QUEEN ANNE 6.30 p. m.
SATURDAY.
Steamcr ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m.
SUNDAY.
Returning leave Colonial Bcach 12
midni(<ht Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun
dav. Other days ? P-?- , . _. . . .
Bathin?. Boiting. Crabbing: Ftshing
thc fincst ever.
FARE ROUND TRIP: One day
ticket. 50c. Season ticket, $1.00.
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
BPKING BCHEDULE.
BaaaraerBol thia line leave Alexandria
on and after May 15.1M0,
Fverv IfOXDAY, WEDNESDAY and
' s \ ii i;n \ v u laop. m.
ron BALTIMORK \M> A.LL 1MK
l .1 \l. IUVEK LANDIX08.
Cuialnc and appolntmenta unexcelh a.
Preighl ror Baltlmore, Philadelphla
and New Vork aolieited and handled
with eare Throufb ratea and bliu <>t
ladinx i wued. _ .,
Siuelc Ihre n> Baltiinor*, 12.60; ronna
trip. >::.?.?: statrrooms ono WBJ", $1 ?''?
Menls, 5oo.
KKARDON & ORIMES, Agenta,
Foot of Gaineron atreet
SCHEDULE
&
SteamboaUCo.
Bfleetive May '.'. 1910.
Steamer" Capital City."
1 aavea Alexandrla al 6 p. m. <>n Mon
davand We.lm-day lor I'arliams Pomt
Salowcr river landinga. Return_earli
We.'.ues.lavan.l Friday momlng. Loave
Raturday a'r.'a m, for S'omlni an.l Inter
medlate landinga, returnlng sunday
about '. p. iii
Steamer "Wakefield."
i eara Bunday, Tueaday anUThursday
?u'ia m. tor Wlrt'a wharf and all Inter
medLite landinga. Returnlng lekvow lii i
wharf at ?'. a. m. the following day and
arrlvlngat Alexandria about 1 |>. m.
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot ofCamaron Street
Telei.1 jett tyr
QualitylceCream
loe Croain and [cea of all
flavora andof the pureet
qoalitka alwaya on band
or furniabed to order.
Special priccs on large qoantitics
Cakes and Pastry of all kinds
and of the best quality.
HDt L 6J5 KinS St.
? DlOCH Both Phones.
The Bleantal Movabir Ceaaaraneeeflbe
l.ra.xl Or.tor of o.hl l-ellew* * "'
Halt.ii.orc. M.I.. Mepta KN*".
Oreatl) redueed I.. . via Southern
Railway from principal virginia polnta
a.-i-oiini abovc oe< ihj ? <lii,os ol aale
Septemlier 9th and luih. hnalTimit 9ep
tember21st Consult agents JJr wrlta 1*
>wn, General Agent, 700 Fifteenth
Washington. D. C, for
lull particulars.
Sdtfanbria Qkazttte.
IMBt.lSlIi:!. OAII.V AM> TM-WKEKI.Y AT
OAZETTE BUILDING, :<10 and 312
PRINCE STREET.
I Entered atthe PoatoAee of Alexandria,
virginia. as Beoond-claaa mattor.]
Taauia: Dally A jraar, 16.00; .; raeattba,
fii.w: 3 montha, %l':2:,: l montb,49 centa
i ireek
Tri w.-.-kly 1 year, $3.00: G months
si..vi: 8 inoiitlis. ffi eents; 1 niontli. W
aaata
CJontraet advertiaera will not be auoweu
to exoeed theirapaeeunleaa the i i
is paid for :u tranaienl ratea, and nnder
noelroumataneea will iin-y beallowojl
to advertlae other than their leglti
mate husiness in thespaee contraeted
for.
Itfsoliitions in in.inoriam. of thanks.
tril.Utesof respeet. re-olutiolis lulopted
by soeieties or penons,unleaa of publlc
eonoera, will i>e prlnted ln tha pepar
aa advertiaemenai
tll LBS STATLK.
The G. A. Et. of the Departmenl of
New York navina: qoeatiMMd the right
..f Virginia onn\?r tne law toerecta
rtatueof >n. Bobert K. Lee inStat
uarv L'ai! in the national Capitol, tlie
r,?'sideiit haa approved the opinion of
the attorney general to thc effed that
there is no valnl rea.-on for tlie opposi
tion. Mr. Wickeraham pointed out
that Lee had come to i>e generally re
garded as typifving. not only all that
waa beal io tho eauae to which al the
beheal of his native atate he gave bia
servi'es, luit BBXJ the moal loyal aml
nnmnrmuring in the aooeptance ofthe
complete overthrowol that canee,
The naiion cannot afford t<> be leaa
mafnanimoua than Grant, who ordered
after the aurrender, thal offieera abould
retain their aide arrna, in order that he
might avoid baving to recefve the
?word of iii- grrat anta?oni>t.
Bonaparte destroyed the tirst Prenefa
repttblic, '>ut refjublican Franee ia to?
day proud <>f Napoleon the Great.
Cromwell deatroyed the monarchy and
the Britiari parliament, bnl bia atatne
statuls todaydoae tothe place where
Charlea l toel his bead, and the apol
when- tbeCommona of England lo-t
their righta and privilegea al the aay
ao of tbe commander ofthe Irdnaides.
Lee b, and will remaia, the Rneat
Bgure aaaociatod wHh the Losl Cauae.
And tbe bitterneaa of IheoW atruggle
haa been ao far forgotten that his fel
low-eountrvnien now think of him aa
wortby of honor at the handa of the
wbole conntry.?[Newport, 15. 1., Her
ald. Aug.:;.
When tlie digwtton ia afl nght, tbe
action of tbe bowehl regular, there ia a
a iiatur.il craving and reliah for food.
When this :- Inckinc you tnay know
that you need a doae ol Chamberhvn'a
Btomach and Lirer Tableta. They
?trengthen the diejestive organa, 1m
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowcla. s.ldl.yW. F. Greighton and
Richard Gibaon.
MATOa GAYaTOB.
William .lay Qaynor, who was shot
by a fanatic while aboard an oeean
steamer at Hoboken yesterday, ia the
son of a poor wcstorn Now York farm?
er of Irisb-English anoostry. He was
born in 1861 at Oriskany, Oneida coun?
ty, N. Y. life was a bitter strugglc
for bare ncoeaatUea on that little farm,
and JuBttoe Qaynor'a boybood was one
of bard toil.
Mr. (iaynor became a resident in
ls7."? of Flatbush, L. I , where there
tban exiated a corrupt municipal gov
ornmont. Tbe young lawyor soon after
locating in Flatbush studiod his stir
roundinga. Aniong other oonditiona
be as.-ertainod the fact that Flatbush
had 40 liqaof saloons, but only onesa
foon liconae. After oolleoting satis
factory w idence eoncerning anch illegal
conditiona, be bad the aaloonkeepera
airestod and oompollod thctn to oboy
the law, whieh required them w take
out lieenses. Then he startcil in to
elect boneat publie oflciala. Oalling
the people of the town togetber, he e\
plained bis deaire for reform and ear*
poaod the loeal boaaee. Botb political
machinea in the town. of oonrae, ootn*
bin.-d against bim, but on olortion day
be oleotod his ontire reform ti.-ket by ?
Bweepiog majority.
Having smashod the political rings
?.f Flatbush, tbe young lawyor in 1<S">
ohanged his plaoeof reaidence toBrook
lyn, in whieh eity "Bow" Hugh M.
Laughlln bad wielded deapotk powar
for a quarter of a oentury Mr Qay
not then studiod tbe great MoLaugblin
ring, and formulated a plan tor tbe
orerthrow of the ''Boaa." His great
opportunity came in 188?. when the
town of New Lota was anncxed to
kjyn. There was a little water
company in New lyot.s knownjfaa the
Long Island Watar Bopply Company.
The IfeLaughhn ring aeoraUy bougbl
up the company througb dnmmiea for
$185,000, and then got Alfrod C. Cha
pin mayor of Brooklyn and his isnr>
etates to make a oontraet to buy it f<>i
tbe eitv for about 11,600,000?a profit
foi tbe-mtg of nfrTTT'tTiaii *1.300,000.
In the name of a taxpayer Mr. Cay
DOT brought suit, paid al! tho COat him
self and d.feated the sehoine.
His nexl more waatocoinpel the ehv
rated railroada in whieh tbe McLaugh
lin ring was interested to pay taxea,
BOmething they bad never dono.
The Miiashing of the Brooklyn
''boaa''waa not tho only fruit of that
tight. It also reanhad in tbe downfall
and imprisonineiit of John Y. Mek'aue,
tbe brutal and corrupt master of Coney
Island one of tbe moat ovil and deeper
ate men in the state. Hv was chief of
police. He bad a nadded Uat of 7,000
votera in ? townafaip, whieh riaianed
only 10,000 inhabiunts. Ho swttng
this vote iu a mass from one party to
another, No tnan dared to dugaote bis
powar, for be was anrroundad by thugs
who would not have hesitated at
murder.
Chamberlntn'a Baornaeh and Liver
Tabhts geiilly stimulate the liver and
boweJa to expel poisonous matter,
rjcantwi the system, cure constipation
aud sick headacbe. Sold by W. F.
Creigbton and Richard Gibaon.
Jell-O
Ice Crcani
Powdcr
Makes Icc Crcam
for one cent
a platc
REC1PE *
Stir the powder in a quart of mllk and
freere. Nothing-more to be done. k?'*ry
tning ii ln the packasre. Makea two quarta
ol delicious Icc Cream in 10 minutea.
Vanilla, Strawberry. Lemon, and Cnoco
lale flavors. and Unflavored.
Two packase* 25 cents at grocera .
Kecipe Book Free.
The Geaesee Pnre Food C<^ U iay, N. X
DISASTKOl'S ruti: i.\ bostox.
A I'.ss of npward ol $1,000,000 was
cauaed laat nigbtby a flrern the wholt
aale laraber distriet of Bortoo. The
liit- sone extended along l>oth aidea of
Albany atreet south from Dover atreet,
On the eaat arde, wipingowt baildinga
and 10,000,000 feet of lomber piled in
theFort Point Channel dockaof the
Placker A Bhepard Oo., and the weet
side extending to the laylor atreet
pnblic playground. Five brick build
ingi on the west Brde ol Albany atraal
irere deatroyed. The? inclndeda three
atory tenemeni block, four woodwork
iog factoriea and the Boeton fire de?
ment repair atation.
Five or six tiremen were buried
under a maaaoi heavydebria, when the
roof ol the Paull buildinga on th<
aide ol Albany atreet cared in, carrying
ih.ni down ihree atoriea, Four men
were reacued, aome badly injured, and
aearch was begun for otbera. _
HASTE
in selecting a flavoring ex
tract just because the label
is attractive often
MAKES
you wish you had just told
your dealer to send you
Leadbeater's, which you
know is good and pure, and
in which there is abso
lutely NO
WASTE
Eatabliahed 1 792
POUNPEBfl AND MACHIN18T8
J.&H.Aitcheson
MACH1NISTS AND ENG1NEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machiniits* Suppliea.
Pipe. Pipe Fittinga. Valvea. Vc.
Blacksmithing # Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a specialty in repairs to
Gasoline Enginea. Motorcyclea and
Automobiles.
We aolicit your ordera on all kinda of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE..
514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324.
Clearance Sale
of Remnants and Single Rolls ol
Mattings
Grass Carpet, 40c grade, at 25c
Neat Patterns 30c and 25c Mat?
ting at 15c and 20c.
40 yards of 23c grade Matting
at $7.00.
Matting Rugs at 29c
M. Ruben & Sons*
001 KING STREET.
ONE BARREL
G,Wm. RAMSAY.
For Iced lea
Use My 50c Mixed Tea.
It is BETTER
Than you can buy at 75c
elsewhere.
G. W. RAMSAY.
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.
PRICES PACKING.
also 50 pails
HERRING ROE
90c each.
G. W. RAMSAY.
FINANCIAL
OaRDNKK I.. IJooTHK, I M. H. llAKl.OW
Praatdent ' Viee Preaident
First National Bank
Al-KXANKWA, Va.
DesigTiatcd Depository of the
United States.
0APJTA1.$100,000
81 Ul'l.l S AM) INIUVIDEI)
PROFTT8.IWbVOOO
Dlreotora:
(i. L. BOOTHE. M. B. UABLOW.
<;. E. WARFIELD, .1. F. MUIR,
WALll.lt ROBERT8, U. BAER.Ja.,
ritANcis i.. s.\".
KSTAlil.lSlll.i
Burke & Herbert
Modernly equlpped for banking in
its varioua braneb.-.
Doposites reeeived aubjeet to oheek at
sight. < olleetions made on all pointa.
Hlgb-grade Inreatmenl aaajuiitiaa
boughtand BOld
I.etter- of Credit aud I'oreign Kx
change fUrnisbed.
Safe Depoait ISoxos for rent.
\ s-ivings Department ln whieh In
terest is all >wed on depoaita.
wTh. peck
Payne and Quccn Streets.
Dealer in Groceries, Meats and
Provisions
WOOD and COAL
Specialties: Lime, Cement,
Nails, Glass, ROOFING
BELL PHONE J<*2.
CAPITAL CITY 192.
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatest known Water for Dyapep
aia. Indigestion, Kidney and Livcr
Troublea.
Leading Physiciana endorae it and tea?
tify to ita great merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist._
Inauguration Pullrnan Observation Car
It is stated at an carly datc tho South?
ern Railway will inaugurate 10 soction
PuIIman ohsorvation ears between New
York and Binningham on ita Birming
ham special le&ring Waablngton 4:1a p
ni. dally.
SCHOOLS.
SCHOOLS.
StateFemaleNormalSchool
Twenty-aeventh Se.-wion begins SEPTEMBER 7TH.
For cataloguc and information eoneerning Statk Scholarships wnte to
augl w2w-ni ?*? L- JARMAN, Prbsidkst, Farmville, Va.
St. Anne's Episcopal School loi fiirls Episcopal High School
r r Nfar Alexandria, Va. FORBOY&
CHAni.oTTi.sv......:. Va- ^ -,,,,, _ ,,,?.?? sKl'TKMRER ii
Dpens September 9Mb. Full eorns of j..(1,i. ( ainlogue sent.
teaehers -Preparatorv and Aeadeniie _
vinrtn.ei.K. Miule. Lunguagea, Art. L. m. BLACKPORD. LL. D., Pnnoipal.
' mL maky iivhk DU VAL, A. U. IIOXTON. B. A..
l'rineipal.
jyl2d-tw 2ni
AssoeiaU* Principal.
of Alexandria. Virginia
OFFICERS
G LJBOOTHE. Preaident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Caahier
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Preaident
J. J.GREEN. Aaaiatant Caahier
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER. JR.
MtB. HARLOW
GEO. E. WARFIELD
JAS. F. MUIR
WALTER ROBERTS
FRANCIS L. SMITH
RESOURCES
Loaaa aad inTeatmenta, |884,4H6.80
C. g.Bonda. IJ.yh.hoo
Banking Honae. 7a\2?1.61
i>u,- ir.,Mi Banksaad Ro
terre Agenta. DS.ioa.4l
Caafa. n..v;t..?
5 r.rCeiit. Kund. 3,400.00
|J,2&9H.43
LIABILITIES
OapitaJ.aioo.ooo.oo
Surplus and Profits. 185.522.51
ClrculatJon. 9e'fl00$?
Deposlta. M2^??.90
Other Liabillttea. Miu.oi
11,228
? Thia bank with Ita ampleeapltat aad aarpltu. iti adequata equlproant
;,inl faeilitiea, aolielt* the arcounti of manuiuUurerB, irboleaalcrB, retallerii
and Indlvidnalaon Ihebenl terrnaeonalateol with aound l.anking.
No aeeouat too Ia adled aatuaaetorlljr; acne too small to he
appreeteted.
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.
SALE OF
Manhatta n
Shirts
Commencing Saturday morning we will
reduce all Manhattans to the following prices:
$2.50 Manhattan Shirts at.*175
$2.00 Manhattan Shirta at.*138
$1.50 Manhattan Shirta at.*1-15
We have all sizes in these shirts in both
white and fancy effects.
Kaufmann Bros.
I 402-405 King Street. ?_
Corner King and Royal Street*
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFICERS
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Department.
Your Watch Will
Never KeepCor
rect Time
if it necda cleanintf. Moat likely
that'a the reaaon it haa been losin.
time lately. Step in and iet ua
look it over. Wc are experta in
watch repairing;. All our work
is tfuaranteed. ani our char.ea
are always the loweat.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH|ROYAL|STREET.
BELL PHONE 343
our 1810 aummer prioea on Authracito Coal boeame effective Monday, May 1,
Tbera has never been a time in the hintory of our business when vro lalt that
we were atUe to give better values iu AnthrauiteCoal thau vro can this aeaaon.aa
wehave pompleted our arraagementa to aaeure ourentiro supply iv<?m twoor
three ofthe verjr lieat eollleriea in tho Antraelte region, and will have a coal whieh
is iiuil'ortn iu qUfltitj . well prepared. aud eoal that will givo far better lesults than
the avenag*. , , ,
It is our d.'siro to g|V8 our twd-. tlie best values that oan be bad. and wo earu
eatly aoUelt the ordora of our friends and euatontata.
W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC.
HELL TELPHONE 1 ?and 87. I
HOME TELEPHOXE Ittand 57. f ORDER OFPIOB, No. 520 UBTO 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 Prinee street.$22 50
120 N. St. Asapb street. 18 00
11-::; Duke street. lo 00
118 X. Pt. Asaph street. H 00
218 N. Pitt street. 11 00
687 X. Henry street. 10 80
880 Commerco street. 8 W
828 Commeree street. 8 00
421 B. Alfred street. 7 50
810 Wilkes.street. 6 On
511 S. Henry street. 10 50! 505 Wilkes street. <> 0(1
Several Comfortable Houses for Sale.
HARRIE WHITE
REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING._
If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Ri.1t Kind?
WAKEFIELD RYE
ia what you want. Alao try aome of our |fine Imported Winea aad [Gin.
Lowenbach Bros.,
Pfen, and Alarcd Streeta. ?*th Phonea.
ESTABLISHED 1870
THE RAMMEL CAFE
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Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
BOTH PHONES
'Fincst Tablc Wines, Clarets and JBurgundies
all the Su_am?r.

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