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atctaCTRTA. VA.. SATUKDAY EYEXING, AITGUST 13, 1010. IPRICE 2 CEKTS. VOLVME CXL-NOJW SCHOOIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE WffSS 8TUART McGUIRE, *?. D.. FAMiDtNT MEDICINE-DENTISTBY-PHARMACY Ncw MWM uuder constructiou, the gift of tlM pcople of Rtdmmnd. Adm.rable la'rK.raiory buildmg for ttmponry uie?large, brijiht, coovenient. NCW COUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. Own one Hatftut, use fourotherj for teaching. MODERN LABORATORY METHOD8. Mtmbrr A>40C?tion of Amcrican Medical Col ? York. High ?t?iiding. - iet nioderate. 8ENO FOR CATALOOUC AND BTATISTICAL RECORD. f Randolph-Macon tiollege F0RMEH.# ASHIAMD.Va. I^liahtfol and healthfnt toca tlon, 1S mile* nortttof Kichmond. i-.ramifnl (ampua. Mod?rat? abartea owing tof udowmeou. S. K. Bla*aw*il, *.?.. 1.1.0.. Tn?. *?. S. Br.??, 6m*j aa4 Trwu. r?) STEAMEBfi Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo. Kmi\ il.iv in thc- vc;ir for l'ort Moii roe. Korfolk. Newnorl Sewi Rnd i><>int< aontb, vii imperb, powerful atoel palaee IHT*. rton,&45 p. m. Mexandrla 7.00 ]>. m. Arrive l-'i. Monroe 7.00a. m. Ive N'orfolk S.Wa. m. Arrlv?- Portwnonth H.003. m. Portamomh 5.00 i>. in. )??.,?. :: nrfolfc i-...?? p. m. l'i. Monroe 7.01) p. m. \l.\Miiuii !?;.:>! a, in. Arrivc Waahlngton 7.00a. m Throtigh eonneetlona made :it Norfolk ,,,.-- or tli.' <iM Doroinion stf:im-iiii> < '.impiuiv for Now York and Merchants' and Miner'a Bteamahlpa ?i Orne'ral Tieket Om?e, 72314th st.N W. i Building, Washlngton, IV C. Phonc M.iin l"'-'. itreel wharf. Phone > in37G0. Alexandria wharf ftx>< of Prlnc" atreet \V. II.CALLAH W. aprl lyi Oeneral PaaaongerAgent Colonial Beach* Alexandria's FavorHe Salt Water Rcsort. Bwiiltfl daily at 9:30 a.m. except MonJay and specia! weck-end trips. Steamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT URDAY. Steamer QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m. SATUROAY. Steamer ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m. SUNDAY. Returning leave Colonial Beach 12 m.dni?ht Saturday. 5 and b p. m. Sun da> . Other days 6 p. m. Bathini,'. Boatttttf. Crabbing: Fishing thc finest ever. ___ _ FARE ROUND TRIP: One day tickct. 50c. Season tieket. ?1.00. Reardon and Grimcs Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. jc:: ta_ Maryland Delaware and Vir ginia Railway Company. sl'KlMi BCHSDULE. BtMunen ot thla llne leave Alexandria oo andaftor May 16, 1910, Kv.tv MOSDAY. WKI'NKsHAY and ? ^ \ ii i;d xx al Iflop. in. FOR BAX.TIMOBK VXD ALL ? III. I'Sl \i. m\ i:i: I. V.KDINGS. Culalnc and apiiolntmenta unoxoelled. Frolffht tor Balthnoro, Phlladelphia and St*? ^ "|k ?"'"':l'''' :""' handled with oarc rhroufh ratea and Wlhi ^l ladiiig i~-u.ci. sin-l.- I'.ur i?> Baltiinore, |2.?; round tri|>. ??':.'??' alatorooma, one way, *l..riO. Moa'l lRDON 4 UIIIMES, Agenta, Foot of Cameron atreet SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. BJTeeUre m iy '?>? IWd Steamer" Capital City. l anvea Uexandrla at 0 p, m. on Mon ,lr> and VVedheaday for Parham'a Tomt and lower rlver landlnga. Return early WtHlupwIar and Friday mornine. Iieave Baturday al 9 a m, for Somlnl and mtti nuMliato landings, returnlnf Sundaj nbout 3 p. in Steamer "Wakefield." l mve Sundav. Tueadaj andThnraday ?ii'i \ m. for wirt'a wharf and :ill Inter medtatelandinga. Returningleave\\ in i wharf al ,; a. in. the followlng day and arrlringat Alexandria aboul i p. m, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, ? of < amerao Street, Telephi S l?M lyrl QualitylceCream l Creani and Icm ol :?ll thwms andof thc punst (jualitit s alwnya on bnnd or runrishod to order. Spccial priccs on largc quantitics Cakcs and Pastry of all kinds and of thc bcst qoality. H* BlOCh Both Phones. ilii llitiiniiil MtuiiM* ( "iilmiu'i ? ?| tlic Graad ?r*? <?' 0,,<1 ?'?<i(.w-- (..i lt.illini?rt-. M4n i?|<. ii-n. i.r.i'iv redneed nwea rla Bouthern Railway from princlpal Virginia pointa avcount above oevasion: datea uf v:li(. Sei>U'?n?H>r J?th and loth. tinnl limit s,p teniber 'l>t. t'onault agenttor \\r\u- L. a Browo. Oeneral Agent, 705 Flfteenth street northweat, ^ :i??hington, D. ?.. for roll partlculws, N&fovbna dozette. PVBLISHED PAH.y and tki-wkkkly at UAZETTE lil'ILDINO, 310 and 312 PBINCE NTllEET. [Entered atthe Postofflee of Alexandria, Virginia, as- second-class matter.] TBBXa: Dally?1 ycar, ?>.u0: C monthn, $2.;i0; 8 montbs, $1.25: 1 month,43 ccnts I 1 week, loeents. Tri-weekly ?1 year, |3.00: 6 monthw 81.50: 3 raonths, *5 cents; 1 month, 25 cents. Contract advertisers will not be allowod to exceod thcir space iinless the excess is paid for at trnnsient raters, and undcr no circuinstanecs will they be allowod to advertiso other than thcir letfiti IIHUilMUlnf? in thespaee contracted for. Resojutions in memorlam, of tnanks, tributeaof reapect, rcsolutions adopted by societics or persoiis.unlcss of public ooaMern, ?riil >>e printed la tbe papar as advortiseiiipnts._ MAYOK (iAVNOH'S lOMUTIO*. Another day has pMMd and Mayor William J. Uayuor, of New York, ahot iatheneckoa Ttawday by Jamea J. Gallagher, ahowi nosymptoms of blood poisoning. He continues to rcst well at intervals, to take nourishnicitt whcn desired and, if the bulletins his sur geona iaaae diagniae nothing, his eon dition is favorable toward ultimate re covcry. The hugbear of septicaemia is not y.'t paaeed, bowever, nor is the poaei biliiy that an artery or a biood ireaael baa been acraped by tlu- bttUet With theae poaaibliliea ever preai nl be is still in tbe danger aone and will be for about a week. There were reporta that the mayor'a temperature bad increaaed iligbtly dur ing ycstrrday aftcrnoon. but DO bul letin to thia effect waa bwucd. On tbe rontrary, his physicians rnaintain thcir hopeful attitude. Reporta that bia Ipube waa weaker aJao found no <>i!i< ial rontinnation. Aniiy and navy surgeon.s said last nighl tiiat they did not expect infection frora the bullel in Mayor Gaynor'a caae becauae the beat generated in the diacharge of the rcvolvcr bad cleanaed the missili-of all impuritics. Pyaentery is a dangerooa diaeaae but caa be cnred. Chamberlain's Oolic, Cholera and Diarrboea Semedy baa been auccceaiully uaed in Dtneeptdemici ofdyaentery. Itbaanerer been known to fail. It is eqaally raluabJe for cbfl dren and edtdts, and whcn redwced with watcr and aweetened. it ia pleaaant to take. Bohl by W. F. Oreifhton and Ricbard Gibaoo. ?rORST BOYM IN Ni;? YOKK. Tbe t\vn worst boys in Nr\v York vere ?enteoeed jeeterday t<> fronn l'? to20yearein Bing8ing, Wbat they liavcn't done vrouM make an najed orook regrel paat opportunitiea. Jobn IJoris. ftged l?i yeara, and Michael Cardo, a jrear older, are ilen der tvcn for tlicir youtli, but l>arc deril J > i < ? k nerer bad ao moch fun boaatiog as they in reoouoting thcir atrocimis crinics. If cunvictcd of all they wotdd die in Jail, thongh they lired to be aaoid aj afethuaelah. For a ycar tbcy bavc livcd by hold ing up oUwr iioys, blackjacking them and stcaling thcir money and by set ting booaea iHre and then robbing the freightened tenanta They oonfeaaed |0 sctting seven oi? ciglit tircs and said there were many othen they had for gtjtten. QDHFIJCT BBTWBBN ( III H( II AM) STATR. Lea Nouvelka of Parit aaya that it is authorized \<> deny the statcment of tbe Madrid Bpoca that Premier Briand ?treogl; adviaed King AMouo afainat a rnpture with Rome and bhuaed the aeveranoe of diplocoatic relationa be tween Franoe and the Vatican t<> the clumaineea <>f the latter. The paper aaya farther that King Aifonao, during the intcrvicw with Premier Briand. taiked frankly aboai the rituation and told tlie French atateaman in energetk ienna that he did not propoae to obey the injuoction of the Vatican, to tolerate the threati ofPiuaX, orto aJlow tbe Vaticaa to eoix in 8panith polrtica. Premier Oenalejaa in an intcrview is reported m aaying: "There is no religiotis qneatioo in Bpain. It is simply an efforl to t-xploit religiotis sentiment upOO the ground, dow dieproved, that the Bpaniab major ity is derical. The majority, a> w:is indisputably i>roved at the elcctions, ia anti-clerical. MoM of the niunieipali tiea scnt addreaaea appnmog the gorernment'a policy, I have reoeired 150,000 telegrama nrging me to oon tinue thiapolicy." Benor C^nalejaa aaaerta that he doea not propoae to abuae the power con tided in him, but that he will nae it tirinly and resolutcly to cstablish a preponderance of civS power. He insists that the nolicy of the go\ - ernment is not direoted sgainU the religUMU orders, but he WOuM havc them pay taxea from whi?h they exempted by cfluawfatita governtnents and the nuxoher of orden redaoad. "If Icannot reduoetbeBumber of or? ders by agreement with the Vaticaa, I will by law," be aaya. Premier Canaltjas aaaerta that the inovcinciit in the north of Spain is directed by ricfa Oarliata, "who are i tte aeparataata and enemtea of the remaiader of the eooatry," and 'in lianaigoanl GathoUea, wheaa only programme is the reign of Jaaw t'hnst." The primc ininistcr afhrnis that he ?ea kaowiedge that the oommit hiod the moremeal apent #00, (hh? paaataa 990,000) in givitig the manifeetaata of July lOmeal tickets be Bide thcir railroad fares. Baaapla Sboes, worth $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00; your choice, 12.24. 6e<5 our windows. J. A. Marshall & Bro., 422 King street. GOLDSBORO HEARD FROM A Lady Who Lives in Goldsboro Joins in thc Chorus of Praisc for Cardui, The Woman's Tonic Goldsboro, N. C?"A physlcian treat ed me for many distressing symploms, writes Mrs. Etta A. Smith, 'but gave me no relief. "I suffered wilh neuralgia around the heart and was troubled at times with my head. 1 had pain in my left side, bowels, left thigh, shoulders and arms. "After faking Cardui, I am now well and can recommend it to other suffering women." Just such doubtful symptoms, as those from wliich Mrs. Smith suffered, are tho oncs for which it will pay youtotake Cardui, the woman's tonic. It is at such times, when there is noth ing to show, for certain, the real cause of the trouble, that you need a tonic, to give the body strength to throw off the Ulness that evidently tnreatens. Take Cardui, when you are III, with the ailments of your sex. Take Cardui as a tonic, to prevent illness, when you feel it coming. Your druggist keeps it. N. B ? Wrlte to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Cnifti lioozaMedicineCo . Chattanooga 1>nn.. for Special Ir.ttructions, and 84-page book, Horae Trcatmeat for Womcn" scnt in pWm wrapper on requeiL Oyttermen in Me of Wright coootjr, nare pulled up prirate oyater itakea in Jamea river and defy the aathoritiea ol the atate. When thedicesUon is all riglit. the acUon of the bowela regular, there ia ? a natural craving and reliata for food. When thia ia lackim jrou noay know that you need r doae of Chamberhv'n'a Btomach and Liver TaWete. They Btrengthen the digeetive organ*, im prove tho appetite and rejrutate the bowela. Bold by \V. F. Creigfaton and Richard Qibeon. General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burkc ? Herbert Bldtf. Tho oompanlea repreaented In tbis ofllee hare aawta of orer *iuo,ooo,ooo. Among othei i Hartford Fire InsuranceCo. Liverpool 6f London U Globe. /Etna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire 6f Marinc. Prompt attention glven to adjuatment of loaaea and all mattera eonneetod with ,!ol!N P. KolllNSON, (il'o. 8. FltKNCH, Prealdent Deoioiafjr. Alexandria Fertilizer and MAJrOTAOTOnBRa of Fertilizers, Fertilizer Malenals and SulDhuric Acid. Ask your dealor for the Alexandria PertllleerandCbemlaal Co.'a Prodneta. Capacity: 50.000 tons pcr annum. PrlneeM Btreet and Potomae Rlrei \\ harf. Alexandria, Virglnia. Phone 281. (ireenhoiiM-s S. 1'atrick St D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Fuueral work promptly attended to. De llvered to all piurta of the eily. SATISFACTION OUARAXTEED. tnbn tr STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Spe <ial,.-- Uy order of the Board of Di rectora there will be a apeoial meeting of the atoekholdera of THE (!OLUU BIA HOTEL OOMPANY at theofBeeofthe company, 123 aoutfa Boyal atreet, in the eitv of Alexandria. atate of Vinrtnla, on THUR8DAY, the Qrat day of Septein ber, 1910, at 1030 a. m. At tbia meeting tbe pnrpoae of the enlaiyement of the Hotel Ralelgh and additiona thereto, and tbe nnanolng of the same entered npon by the Board oi Dlreetora onder the authority glren by the by-lawa will he aubmitteo. WAI.TKK S. HARBAN, Seeretary. jy23 td_ Take Advantag? of Reduced Prices on Furniture. Solid Oak Bedroom Suit, $23.50. Oak Chiffonier, $5.25 Neat Princess Dress er, $9.75. Oak Chiffonier with French p 1 a t e glass, $9.50. M. Ruben & Sons. 601 KING STREET. ONE BARREL GREEN GINGER G,Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Uae My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewhere. G. W. RAMSAY. n GINGER ALES. Cliquot Club. U. S. Club. Beaufont. Grsman's Palmer's. G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potoma Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. I AMOFFERING FOR 8ALE KXTBA BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 35c Pound. i goaiantae eveiy pound to glTe satis faction. Preatl and Snioked Meats, Qrooertaa aad Pann Prodneta of .??li kinds. Telephone orders given prouipt attention. r ree delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Corncr Qntum and Royal strcets. 'Phone, Hell KL, lloinc S7W, j.v'-'.v _ Otterburn Lithia and Mag* nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyipep sia, IndigeJtion. Kidney and Liver Troublcj. Leadmg Physicianj endorte it and te? tify to iu tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. FOUNPflra AND MACHINISTS J. &. H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Enfineer and Machiniits' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valvea. fifc. Blacksmithing fi? Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a tpeciahy in repairs to Gasoline Enfinet. Motorcyclct and Automobilci. We solicit your orders on all kinda of Iron Work. Beli Phone 33. WASHINGTON OFFICEJ 314 Evans Buiiding. Phone Main 7324. SCH00L8. SCHOOLS. State Female Normal School Tvrenty-seventh Seasion bogins SIPrEMBER 7TH. For cataloguc and infornution ooncerning Statk ScHOHRflinra write to augl hAvmb J. L. JARMAN, Presidext, Farmrille, Va. S!. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls; Episcopal High School Chari.ottfsvii.i.1:, Va. Opena Sept<?mber ?th. Full corna of teaehers?Proparatory and Acadeinie Departtnonta, Muaic. Ijnjjju.ijre?. Art. Mi>s MAKY II VI'K I?I' VAL, JelS 3ra PrfnelpaL N'enr Aloxandria, Va. FOR BOYS. Tbe 72nd year opens SEPTEMBER M, KHi). CaUlogue sent. L, M. BLACKFORD, LL. D., Principal. A. R. IIOXTON, B. A.. jyl2 d-tw 2m Assoeiate Priuoipnl. First National Bank 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. M.B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loansand [nreatments, |884,48&S0 t . s. Bondj. 126,00 ? Banklng Houae. 7l?M.6l iMie frotn lianks and Kc mtvc Aajenta. 83,104.41 1 a-h. 44^53.00 ". l'erCcnt. Fund.(.40000 11,228 LLABILITIES Capital.$100,000.00 Surptusand Profils. KV>22..">1 rinul.uion. ?A?.00 DepMlta. 84t2?.90 (Ulierl.iabllltioa. t,4M.0i fl.iW,?38.42 Tliis bank with its ampie capital and surplus, its adcf(iiatt> oquipmeot and faciliticN. Mtlelta the arcoimts of maniifaetimrs. wlmlcsalers, rctailers and individuaU 011 the hcst tcrnis eonsistent witli soinul hankinjj. No aeeoamt too large to be handled satisfhctorily: none too small to be appreeiated. f 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 i o SALE OF Manhattan Shirts Commencing Saturday morning we will reduce all Manhattans to the following* prices: $2.50 Manhattan Shirtaat.*175 $2.00 Manhattan Shirtaat.*138 $1.50 Manhattan Shirtaat.I1-^ We have all sizes in these shirts in both white and fancy effects. Kaufmann Bros. 402-405 King Street. *>W<tttt*>ttrfBSgS^%B! Corner Klng and Royal StreeU Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary- Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for bustness, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departmont* 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 NeverKeepCor rect Timc if it needa cleaninf. Most likely that's the rcason it has been losing time lately. Step in and let ua look it over. We are experts in watch repairing. All |our work is guaranteed. and our chargca are alwaya the loweat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH|ROYAl |STREET. BELL PHONE 343. ir_M W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. LUMBER 4V MILLWORK, ALEXANDRIA, VJRGIXIA. CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. FOR REIMT 817 Princestreet.t'2'2 501527 K. Henrystreot. 10 50 120 N. Bt Asaphstrect. 18 00 330 Corumere* strnot. 8 50 1123 Duke street. 16 00 328 Commorco st'eet. 8 00 118 K. St. Asaph street. 14 00 421 S. Alfr?>d street. 7 50 218 N. Pittatrect. 11 00 810 Wilke.sstreet. "> (H) 5118. Henry atreet. 10 501 806 Wilkes streot. ?i 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE i? what you waat. Alao try some of our fjfine Imported Winea aad |Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Streets. Both Pbones. ESTABLISHED 1B70 THE RAMMEL CAFE Pffers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES |Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundie* all the Summ?r.