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ALEXANDRIA, VA., THURSDAY EVENTCG, AUGUST 11, 1910.
P1UCE 2 CEXTS. VOLUME ( XI.--NO. 189 SCH00L8._ UNIVERSITY COUEflE OF MEDICINE ESSffS STUART McOUIRE, M. D.. RluaiOtNT MEDICINE-DENTISTHY-PHARMACY New budding under construction, the gift o( tbe people ol Richmond. _ Admirable laboratory buildmf lor temporary u?e?large, bright, co?venient. NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. Own one Hospiul, use foi'.r othert for t?*ching. MODCRN LABORATORY METHOOt. Member A??ocution of Amtncw Mcdical CoU htti. Reguttred in New Vork. High lUoding. Tu.tirm mrtt axpensei moderate. SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND 8TATISTICAL RECORD. Randolph-Macon College: F0RMEN.# NSHUH0.VA. Dflightful and be*lthfnl lnr? tlon, )?mlle*nortbof KKliniODd. Hcautlful C?mpoi. MoAmnat ?bargei owtng toendowmeoU. 4 B. B. BlM??tll. A.M.. IX.B., Tr**. Wa. B. Brtwm, **Tj aaa Ii?m. 75) 8TEAMERS Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. rv ,!:i\ ln the <-:ir for Fort Mon roe< \ ?. porl Newa :iikI pointa itrperb, powerful ateel paleee !?-. VI- WM-llilli,'!"!!.!'.. I". |1. III. 1,,-iv. Uexnndria 7.00 p. m. Pt. Monroes 7.00a. m. Arrli r Sorfolk *.00a. m. Arrlve Pprtsmontli x.OOa. n>. Ih 5.00 p. iii. ,,? i;...r.>Jk b.oo p "1. r't Monroe 7.00 p. m. ( i.i.iri 1 a30 .1. IH. Arrlve Waflhington 1X0% "I Througti eonnectlona made :it Norfolk wlth Bteamera of tl?' <>M Dominlon Ktcain<iliip<'oiiipany for New Yorkand nml Minii's Stearoablpa for Ooneral Tieket Offloe. 72014th StN.W. Dond Buildlng, Waahington, 1>. ?'? He\ entli Btreet wharf. Phone Mam 376D, Alexandrla wharf foot <>r Prlnceatroet W. II. CALLAHAN, :,,,ri Ij :? Goneral Paatenger Agent Colonial Beach* Alexandria's Favorite Salt Watcr Resort. Stcamers daily at 9:30 a. m. except Monday and spccial weck-cnd trips. Stcamcr ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT URDAY. ner QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m SATURDAY. Stcaawt ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m. SUNDAY. Returnintf leave Colonial Beach 12 midnitfht Saf.;rday. 5 and O p. m. Sun day. btlici da>so p.m. Bathing. Boating. Crabbing: Fisnmg the fincst ever. _ FARE ROUND TR1P: One day ticlu-t. 50e. Season ticket. M.OO. Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. Maryland Oelaware and Vir ginia Railway Gompany. sri;is<; BCHEDULE. Btaauneraol thla Une leave Alexandrla on and afterMaylS. 1910, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and " -> \ |i i;: \ V at 130 i<. in. FOR BALTTMORE AND ALL THE I'Sl Al. 111VER LANDINOa Cutalnc and aprMdntmonU uncxcelleti. Freighl for Ballimore, Pniladelpnia S'cw York Bollcited ;vml handled Throush ratoa :m<l bllla <>l ladtns lasued. ginelc M'v i i Baltiinore, 12.50; round tri,, . roonis, one aray, fl.ou MWREARDON & GRIMES. Agents, Pool ofCameroii atreet SCHEDULE & SteamboatCo. BcfooUre Maj '?'? l*M* Steamer" Capital City." Leavea Uexandriaatep. rn. oa Mon dav and Wcdneaday for Parharn a Polnt and lowcr river landinga. Return early Wedneadavand Erlday mornlng. Leave BatimU> a\9am,forNoniinland Inter nuHllate" landlnga, returnlng Sunday (?. m. tj Steamer "Wakelleld. i tare Sunday, Tueaday aiidThuraday .t?a m. for Wirfa wharf and all tater metliate landlnga. Return ng leavejl Irt t Ih'rf at <; a. m. the followlng day and arriv'iigat Alexandrla about 1p.m. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Pool ofOamefon Btreei ralepbone Nu- ??'? J?n 1>r QualitylceCream Ioe Creana :uul Iceao! all Bavon :uwl,fa^u purost qualttiea alwaya on hand Of furniane i r<> ordcr. Spccial priccs w.? UtfC qoantitics Cakes and Pastry of all kinds and of the best qoality. H* BlOCh Both Phones. The Bieanlal Movablc Conferenceofthc Grand Order ofod* Kellowt Col Battlaaace. Mii., ^rjit. i-i-n. . tih redoeed tu mthern Railway Irotn princlpal VlnrinU pointa .u:..?m\ abovc .?,;mmou: .l:u.-s of aale ?,.i,tcinbor 9th and 10th, final llmlt 8ep ? ,',, '^iilt agentaorwnte I.. ? Smm Oeneiil Agent.706 PUteenth t, Washington, ?.C, for lull pariivulara. jVI**tenbria ?azrttr. ITBMSHKI) DMI.Y AXD TRI-WKEKLT AT GfAZETTE BUILDINO, :tiO and 312 PRJJfCE STKKKT. KiiHTc.l atllie PoatSfftee of Ylexandria, matter.] Tkhms: Dmlly-1 rear, JAOO; 0 months, ?USO; :i mOBtM, |L?: 1 month,43 cent* i week, toeentB. Tri-wcekly ? 1 rear, $3.00: C monthH IL60: ?'! inonths, ~:> ocnts; 1 month, 2S oenta. ? , Oontract mlvcrtiscrs will not be allowed to exeeed thelrepaee unless the cxeess is paid for at i ninsicni ratet, aud DDMt iio oireumetanoea will they be allowad to a.lvt'rtisc otln-r than their legltj niatebusiaess in th?> spaee SUttUMMU Ke'solntiuiis in im-inoriam. of tlianks. trlbuteeofreapect, reeoJutloni adopted by ?ocioties or por&ons.unless of publu ooneeru, wlH ???? prfntod la tl><- papar nsadwrtisriiu'iits. iriAtlOl AC< IDKVI. A serious mishap to Walter Brnok ins, iti which the daring Wriglit aviator was painfully, but not dangc-r onsly liurt. raarred the opening day of the aviation mt-et at Asl.wry I'ark. N. J., yesterday, Brookina waadaebed Stuuned to tbfl earth when the machine suddcnly turned turtle after be liad been forced to swcrve tlie airslup Ktiddi'iitly to avoid craahing into a crowd of spectators. Scven other per IODI among whom the machine tuin bled were more or less seriously iu jtired. Brooking was pinned under the wreckage. and was only half conacioua irhen frienda reached binx An ex amination slmwvd tliat bil nose was brokeo and that be had been badly bnined and shaken up. The miabap was witneeaed by the large crowd gathered forthemeet and was direcUy due to the thronging of specuton out ooto the BeW. brook ins in descending bad no room to oper ate the machine, and wae driven to make a audden turn to avoid eraibing among the watchera. The tricky wind caught the machine and aent il apin ning over backward. In the face of a bigb wind the aviator had made a aucceeaful ahort Bgbt, cir cling the BeW, and then deacended in a splendid iweep. Aa be neared the eartfa be first -aw the crowd in the fleW nr.ti the poi.'it wbere ho bad intended to deeoend To avoid them be aweryed the machine aharpty and found him ?elf beadod straighl for the grandatand. [ostantly be aliowed the machine to drop, wiicn it turncd tnrtlc. Shrieka of terror aroee fnom the grandatand onlookere, men and nromen crouched and arith upraiaod baodaasom ed to try to ward off the weightbeartng toward lham. Out on theaod in front of the atand there waa a wiW acramhle among the atandeea whoae badgea per mitted them to be on the Beld. Along the grandatand aeata at a aafe dietance from the machine the 3,000 ipectatora aroee witli a cry ol liorror. The ru-roplane fell upon a group of programme aellera, pohcemen and specia] deputiei and aome amall boys arhohad been flying kitcs of stiangede gign bcfore Brookins took the air. Their effortato break for aafety wew only partly ancoeaaru). The planc amaahed tbrough a cigar eaae atanding on the graaa, the atarboard edgea of the plane tearing through the wire netting thnt was mppoted to keep the crowd back. When the diinatkai is all right, the action of the bowcls regular, therc is ? a natural craring and relish for food. When thia ia lacking yon may know that you need adoae of ChamberlaJn'a Btomach and Livcr TahftHa. They Btrengtben the digeathre organt, im prove the appetite and regnlate the bowela. Bold by W. F. Oraighton and Richard Gibaon. M 1)1. PISHBRIfBR. I.ady Godira, Venua de Ullo undull Otbei garbless statues and paintings of anctent fame and hiftorica] signiticanee link intu theelass of palesceond raters when compared with flve men wbo roamedthe (oreal ofArden, 111., uwned by II. N. Higginbotham, all day Tnes day and yeaterday morning. The tive men who imperaonated the wood fauns of mythologicol days werc not doingit for uiere pleasure and tliey arere aleo innooent of any attempt to imitate the Duncan (amily. They wcro H freeof the ciothee ?I civiliaation as a frog ia of foatbera. Fish weretbe iu direct canae ol the enforced sojourn m the woods. frc' froni all aitilkial cov ering. Tlio eompelling eanse of the majeety of the law repreeentad by Dep* uty Gaine Warden K. H. Wernet and ints Oarl Friok and Fred Stod dard who ipotted the tive men seining in Htckory Creek. Ihree were beatina; the fiah up the ?trearn to ? net beld by two othere. Tliey diaoovered the preaeocc of the officera almoel m nooii theycame within bailing diatence, bvt the offloera were inarer the tishernien's rjothei. Bo five ahining, drippinf fonna stam peded oul of the creek on the othef >ido and dathed for the eenter of the timber, the wardeoi after them. Dat rprintere, unhampered by dothetcan make better apeed than the fnlly at tired and tliey aoofl diaappeared, Fail inc t?. captare them the wardeni came baek and -eized the elothes on the bank. Tbey picked lip tive suil.<, liats. aboea, underwear,fiTe ]>ounds of bacon, luncheon, two bottlea of beer, I quart of whisky, a revolver, one tish and one net and aeveral oktwe, The fngitirei remained oeei by all Tbetday afteroOOO and night and yes? terday. Yesterday at noon a woinan teleplioned to the poliee that she had seen tlnee svild men nmning about in the wooda neai bat bome and that she did not fi-el at ease. Tliey wore no i>arreK and as Higginbotham did not plant the tig tree, it ?W to be pre ramed that the quintet spcnt 24 hours dodging occasioiial visitors to the forest and in opportune times trying to cnter sonie plaee to get garments. The game warden resumed the search yesterday and after the woman had telephoned he hurried to her noighbor hood, but the fugitives again had van ished. The warden will keep up the hunt. ___^^___ DAftTOM of rpjotBR Et.u*. As the result of an experinient upon a guinea pig that di.-d aft-r bcing inco lated with froaen eggs, J. Huschcl. a larg.> dealcr of Vhiiudclphia. aawamaV ad yesterday on a warrant obtained by the Btate Dairy and Pood Department, on a charge of aaHing eggs unfit for food purpoaea. Harrv P. Cassidy, spcrial ageht of the DiiiVv and Pnod Department, aHegea that Buachfel aella froaen Ogga iliat bare removod fr? .m the aheil and in a !,.,!> are d?po*ed of to bakariea who thii'w ont the prodnoi Pm mmpk? aeraad were esarmned by 1'rof. Liw.iii, chnnist for the food depart iii.-i.'. and Dr. Bandall C. Hoaeamerger, cbief baeierioloeist of the Jeflaraon Hoepital, of PhUadelpbia. They inoc ulated the guinea pig with the froaen Bggl and it died within lli hoiirs. Two other egg dealers were also held for a bearing on cbargea of selling eggs untit for iisc. SPAIN AVO THi: VATKAX. Cardina! Merry del Val. papal secre tary of state, remained yesterday at hia aummer villa on Monte laario. The reopening of offldal negotiationa with Spain is con>idered impossil)le imieaa Bpain withdrawa the legislative mea ?urestbat deal aorerywith contended pointa. I issaid in Madrid that the decisions of the government concerning religioua reforroa are irrerocable, and that a ie Bumption with aome of the negoiiationa for the reviaion of tbeconcordal ia inv poaaible nnlcaa tbe vatican accepta the acta of tbe govornment aa facta m ? plishcd. The A. B. ('. atatea that 18,000 telegrama of loyaity bave been aent to tle i> ipe ainco Bunday, nu.-t of them from Carlists. When a manfrom Ban Bebastian was brought to Bilbao yeaterday n priaoner, B crowd at tbe railway Btation shouted: "'Long llre tbe pope and the king' Down with tbe government!" The demonatratora were diaperaed by the police. Obamberlain'a Btomacfa and Liver Tabieta gently stimnJate the liver and bowela to expeJ poiaoaoua matter. cleanse tle1 ayatam, enre oonatipation ;i ii. 1 si<'k- baaaVaaaw. Botd by W. F. Creigbtoa and Bichard Gibson. POUNDEKS AND MACHIXISTS j. & H. Aitcheson MACHINIST5 AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs. Valve*. fifc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apecialty in repairi to Gasoline Entfincs. Motorcyclcs and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE| 514 Evana Buildintf. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stablsr Room No. 4. Burke 6f Herbert Bldtf. The onrnpanlM lenreaentefl in this ofiee bare as>ots of over $100,000,000. Among otbersare: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool W London 6f Globe. iCtna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire V Marine. Proniptattention given toa<ljti tment of lossesandall inatters connei-ted with insumr.ee. Clearance Sale of Remnants and Single Rolls of Mattings Graas Carpet, 40c grade, at 25c Neat Pattems 30c and 25c Mat ting at 15c and 20c. 40 yarda of 23c grade Matting at $7.00. Matting Rugs at 29c. M,Ruben&Sons, 601 KING STREET. ONE BARREL GREEN GINGER G,Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced lea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is 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 Quartcrs 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. PTNANCIAL Gardnkr I.. Boothe, I M. B. H.VRI.OW President I Vice President First National Bank Al.F.x \m>i:i \. Va. Designated Depository of the United States. i AI'ITAL.1100.000 8URPLU8 AND 1 M>IV1I?KI> PBOFTT8.$175,000 IHreetors: (i. L BOOTHK, M B. HABLOW, G. K WABFIELD, J. F. MTJIB, WALTKR ROBERT8, B. HAKK.Jr., ritANcis i.. sv.'_ BBTABU8HED Ktt Burke & Herbert Modernly equipped for banking in n- raiiona braaehe* Depocitei reeelved aubjeet to eheok at sl(,'ht. CoUeetloni made on all pointa, Iligli-tfrad"' investinent seeurities bougntand sold. l.ettcr-, of Credtt and Forelgn Ex ehange raraiahed. Bare Depoait Boxea f>>r rent. ASavlnga Depautment In which in tereal Laaflowed on depoalta,_ W. H. PECK Payne and Qoecn Streets. Dealcr in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialtics: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192 CAPITAL CITY 192. Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep ?ia. Indifestton. Kidney and Liver Trouble*. Leading Physicians endorsc it and tes tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. BCHOOLS. SCHOOLS. State Female Normal School Twenty-sevcnth Sesaion begins SEPTEMBER 7TH. For cataloguo and information roncerning Statk Scholahships writ? to augl w2w-m J. L. JARMAN, Presidext, Fnrmville, Va. St Im'S EpiSCOpal SchOOl (Of 6irlS! Episcopal High School I MAHI/1TTKSV1I.I.F, Va. Opena Scptembor 20th. Full oorps of ' Aeadeinie The N'ear Alexaudria, Va. FOR BOYS. ndyear oi>ens SEPTEMBER 28, 1910. CataJogue sont. toaehers?Preparatorv anil Aeadeinie DepartniMits. Mnsie. T^ntruaRos. Art, | j?. m. ULACKFORD. LL. D.. Prinelpal Miss.MABY HYDEDO VAL, A. R. HOXTON, B. A.. j.l.ltm Prinelpal. I jyl2 d-tw 2m Aaaoclate Prinelpal. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L4BOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Caahier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Preiident J. J. GREEN. Aaaiatant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M | B. HARLOW FRANCIS L. SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS RESOURCES Loans and InvestmentK. 1884,488.80 f. s. Bonda. 125400.00 Banklng Uooae. ;::,j:?u;i Due fron: Banksand Be ?erre Agenti. ?w.i04.4i Caafa. 44,553.00 5 PerCentFnad. :t,iuo.oo fi,-> LIABILITIES Capitat.$100,000.00 Surplnaand Protits. 185^522.51 Ciroulattoo. s?.??.oo Depoalta. 842#?.90 other Ltabtlltiea. Mic.oi 11,228438.42 Thtabank arith ita ample capltal and Bttrphn, Ma adeqoaaa aqnlpaeat uid bcllltlcB, aollclta tiif BTcounui of mantUaeturcra, ernotosalera, retnilers :in?i indlvtduala on th<- bral terma aonatftenl arltl) aoond hanktng. ount t<x. largc lo i'>- bandlad satisnutorily; none too small to lx> appreclated. 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. o: SALE OF Manhatta n Shirts (o B Commencing Saturday morning we will reduce all Manhattans to the following prices: $2.50 Manhattan Shirtaat.*175 'd $2.00 Manhattan Shirtaat.** 38 M $1.50 Manhattan Shirtaat.*115 ? ^e ^aVe a^ siZeS in thCSC S^lift9 in k?th H white and fancy effects. I ? 0J PJ ^ 402-405 King Street. Kaufmann Bros. Corner Klng and Royal Straets Capital $ 100.000. Surplus and protits $30,000, United States Depositary. Dcpositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every faciiity for business, security and accommodation. Lartfe and small accounts invited in both our Commercial 4, Savings Department* on grounds of absolute safcty 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. Y 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 NeverKeepCor rect Time if it needa cleaning. Moat likeh that'ithe reason it haa been losintf time lately. Step in and let us look it over. We are expert* in watch repairing. AU our work ia tfuarantecd. anJ our chargea are alwaya the loweat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH|ROYAL|STREET. BELL PHONE 343 _M SUMMER PRICES ANTHRACITE COAL <)nr uHO suniiner priees on Anthracite t'oal became effective Monday. May 1, There aea nefwr been a time in the hlatory of our bnslness when wo lelt that arewera ible to glve better values in Anthmeite Coal than we eafttbM season.as webave coinpleted our arrangementa to secure ourcntire supply irom two or threeofthe very best eollleriea in the Antracito region, and will liave a coal wliieti is unlforra in quatlty, neU preparad, and coal that will givo far better raaam taaM " it Uourdeaice to gnre our iradf the beat values thatcan be had. and we carn eatly aolfcit the ordern ofoifr Mendaand eustomers. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. BO&%^r?ioNKue!^ n.| okbkr office, wo. au EMormm 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 50 120 N. St. Asaph street. 13 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 330Commerce street. 328 Commeree street. I 00 421 S. Alfred gtreet. ' M 810 Wilkeastreet. ?"> ^ 606 Wilkea street. 6 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. If You Want a Good Medtcinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Alao try aome of our fjfine Import?d Winea and [Gia. Lowenbach Bros., Kintf and Alircd Streeu. Both Phone?. ESTABLISHED 1670 THE RAMMEL CAFE ?aaaHwaMBaaaBaaBBaaaaBBB-wj.- jj??i - -uojbmlj. j_ul ? Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Su?mwr.