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ALEXANDRIA. VA., TIESDAY EVENIXG, AUftUST 10, 1010 P1UCE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.--XO. 198 8CH0 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE WSSR STUART McGUIRE, M. O.. JMBiOtNT MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY New buiMing under constructioi), the gift ot ihe people ol Kichmond. Admirable l?r.oralory buiiding for ttmporary usc?largc, bnght, coaveoient. NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT. Own on? Hoipital, use fotir crtheri for tcaching. MOOERN LABORATORY METHODS. Member A$?ociation o( Amfrican Mfdical Col I. f-?. Registered m Stw Vork. High .tatuiiug. ui 1 rxpen&es raoderate. 8CND FOR CATALOGUE AND STATISTICAL RECORD. |j 307w K f Randolph-Macon oollege ForMen.m ASHUND.V*. DWirttful ?nd h(*lthfnl lora ti .n. lfl miletiiortliof lU'hniond. Itfa.tiful (_iipu_. ModrrMe tbargin owli'if to tndowuient*. E. B. BIm-??1I. ?.?., U.D., Pm. Wa. S. Browa, s**'/ aaa Trtaa, "*> MER8 Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. ry d?v lll the v.'iir for Fort M?>n S'ewporl N' ?r? and points iuperi), powerful itoel pamoe ? ?rs. Washington,C. J.". p. m. Ali Kandrla 7.00 p. m. Ai ,\ I t. MonrocH 7.00*. m. ui. Arrli pP itli -."" a. m. h 5.00 i>. m. Ihlk ?? 0 ii. ui. l-'i. Monroo 7.00 p. in. Mexandrla (5.30 a. m. Arrive Washington 7.00a. m. Throngh romief<tlon! madeal Norfolk witli - . -: > ii. >rs of the <>|.i lioinmiDii stt'.im-'-.ii' (Vitnpany forNew Vork and Jtaamahtp- B?r | u-ket Office, 72014th st.N.W. l lluildiiig, Washington, D. <'? Main 15-?. Beronth Btreel wharf. Phone Mam 3700. Alexandrla wharf foo( <>f Prlneo strect W. II. CALLAHAN, apri i\ r Qeneral Pasaonger -gent Colonial Beach. Alexandria's F_vorite Salt Water Resort. Steamers daily at 9:30 a. m. exccpt Monday and special weck-end trips. Stcamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT URDAY. t-Tr-QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m. SATURDAY. Stcamer ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m. SUNDAY. Returninf leave Colonial Beach 12 midniftht Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun day. Othcr days 6 p. m. Bathing. Boatintf. Crabbintf: Ftshing thi; ttnest cver. FARE ROUND TRIP: One day tickct. 50c. Season ticket. ?1.00. Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. j,>:; ::m _____ Marytand Deiaware and Vir ginia Railway Company. BPKIXG BCHSD1 LE. Bteamcrs ol thli llne tear? Alexandrta onandafterMay 15,1910, Krer. MONDAY, WEDNESDA. and ' H VTURDAY u l_?p. in V ? 1: BA1 TIMOKK \X1? M.I. 1III-. VHV \1. Kl\ IK LANDINOa Culsine and appolntmont* unexcelloa. Frelghl tor Baltlniore, Phlladelphla and \'<-^ ^ ork Bollolted and hanuleu wlth caro Through rate? and bllli ol ladlns Is-sued. . lofiiroto Baltlinow, I2.S0; nmmi trlp, ^:! '*''? statcrooma, one way. |l.oft Mralx i P.K -RDON a URIMKS, Agents, I'.H.i ofCameron itreet SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. i itlrc M:i.v ?, l'.'l '? Steamer" Capital City.M hmttt Aloxandr_at?p.m. on Mon dav and Wodnesday for Parham - l olnl and lower rlrer landinga. Retum earlj wt>,ln.-:.i\ and Prlday mornlug. Leave Katimlav at9a in. for Kominl and Inter mediate landinga, raturalag Ehindaj about > n. ni Steamer "Wakefield." Lctre suiulay. Tuesday and Thuradaj ?toa m.for Wlrt'a wharf and all Inter mediatelandingR Retunjjng leave ? Irt i wharf at ?'? a. in. the following day and arrivlngal Alexandrla abo?t4p.m, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Ku..! ofOameron suvct. Toli-ph..iu- No. M. _J?" '>?' QualitylceCream [ce CrMun and Tivs i?f :ill Bavon andol the pnresl ? qualitiet alwayi on hand or fnrntshed t>> order. Special prices on large quantitics Cakcs and Pastry of all kinds and of the best quality, H^ BlOCh Both Phones. Tlu- llit'iiatal >K>\;itilc ( ?nl? r? 'hct ? of the c.jimi Oriet "t <><t<i i<ii,.u* CM H.,Uini'M?-. M4-, Beft li-n. Qnatly redaeed f:> ithern Railway from princlpal Vlrglnia pointa .,. abovt- cK'1-a.sion: datw of nle 1,,1,0-t'thand loth.luial Imiu sot> tAiiibar 21st t'onsult agenU or wrlte I* s Srown. Oeneral Agent, 708 Fifict-uth ?treet northweat, Washington, D. ?., for full jariicuLars. rrnusiii:i> i>aii,y and thi-wkerly at (, \ZK'1TK KUlIiDIXO. 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entored atthe Poatoffioeof Alexaudria, Vlrgfnta, as seeond-cdass matter.] Ti'hms: Dsiilv-1 vcar, $.'>.U0; t! months, I months, 81.ir>: 1 month,43 oent-i l week, lOcents. Tri-weeklv ?1 year, 93.00: G months |UX>: I months. 7". cents; 1 nionth. 30 eents. "oiitraot advertisors will not be allowcd to exoeed theirapaee nnleaa tbeexeeaa is paid for at transient rates. an<l under no olreumataaeea will the.v he allowod to advertiae ottier tbaa toeir lejfiti mate Imsinoss kn thcspaco oontraeted Kosoimioiis in metnoriun. of thanks. tributasofreapeet, reaolutlona adopteri l>v soeieties Of persons.imless ol*pul>lie BOBMern. will u- priated ta tbe paper aa advertiaerneuta. I M> OTYOl M. vvomavsc u?i:rcn Tbe body of BeenieTboue, ? nkwa of formei Praaidont Wm. H. Ifewnuui, of tbc New Vork Ceotral Bailroad, who weni 10 New York wheii she was | yonng girl and ruined her life in tbc theatrical district, waa ahipped back to Ifarahal), Tex., Bunday for burial. Bhe died oo Friday at i botel in tbe thaatri cal dJatrict Bhe was -27 veara old. Her career had been a varied ooe. The daughter of B. H.Toone, a rail way man of Texaa, ahe early wantedto rtudy for tbe itagn. 8he apenf aome? time in a dramatic acboo), toured tbe aoutb in Rnoro'i "ln-" with private backiof, and thenwent intostock com pany work. Bhe married Joe Wfllard, a raodevilk aong-and-danoe man. For a time they played on the vaudeville circuil a aketch entitled "I.a Belle Marie," portraying a miatreated and jenloua wife. Bfr. Newman diaioberited her, it was said at 11 ? * * time, and ahe wenl back to ber peopk in Texaa. [Jnabktoget the faacination of the etage "iit of her blood, ahe again took to atocl *"in pany work. Laat year abe waa en? gaged to go on tbe road \\i;h ooe of tbe Harvard Ifoon" companiee. Of lat<- her etage attempta had been unsucceaaful. Bhe was arreated aeveral timea, aometimea for intoxication, btrt intiuential friendi ahrayagot ber out of theee kgal troublea. Her advice to giria waa to keep away from the etage. "It looki romantic," ahe said. "bul il is only bratal." THRBATBNING LBTTBR*. A threatening letter, predicdng dcatli for aeveral juatlcea and mem bara of the dbtrict attorney'a etaff, li:is been reoeifed l>y the district attor? ney'a office in New York. Thoae in the office aay that the aen> dcr may be traced by looking up recenl reieaaea from >in<? Sinp and by taking aeoount of what the writer aaya of l.i> mvii caae. The letter waa mailed at the Qrand Central 8tation. It was addreaaed to "the Diatriot Attorney of New York" on the envclope and was dated on tbe letter "New York, Auguat 8, 1910." The letter begina abruptly and ends witho sifjnatnre. "I ani nowa freeman aftorthree years sentelK'e in Bing Kng, along with three othera, whom I have made frifiidss. We have dadded to deal dot a death aeotance toJodge O'Sullivan, Judge Uaroon (MaloneyT), Judge Faw aett, JuJ^f Roaalaky, Diatrid Attor? ney Bly, Hart and two otlier.s. Our livea are not worth Uving. I oannol locate niy wife and cliildren. I was charged with grand larceny. And as rare aa Gk>d is in heaven I was inno cent, and I am also snre that many a man in atate priaoo is innooent The day ii not far wben aome of the abovt naines mentioned will be a thing of the past. This may !)<? takan aa a joke, hiit wait for resnlts. It disgrace to the world toaeea married man taken from hia tamily just be cauae oertain peopk go to the district attorney and iwear tbey were awindled, If people are fools enough to givc an other peraon money, let them aoffer. It i> all right to send a eriminal to priaon, liit not people wbo take money for investmeol parpoeea and lose it." Chamberlain'i Btomacfa and Liver Tableta gently atimnlate tbe liver and bowela to expel poisonous matter, cleanae tbe ayatem, oure conatipation aud siek headache. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard (iibson. BfaVCUBD 1'HOM A UfSOIO. Iliaa Beoaie Unger, High Bebool gradoate, agad 82, was reacaed from the dutchea of a negro man in tbe bedroom of the janitor of the Oulver office buikiing, St. Lonia, at 8o'clock la-t night. Pobce Bergeant Wade Matthewa brokeopentbe door, and, aeeing the negro tlireatcning the wliite girl with a revotver, atrvck tbe black oo the forehead with hia clab, knockiug him througfa a aindow toto an aBey, where be waa captured by polkse waiting be low. The negro said hi.S liame WM Janns Bradford, aged 47. Miss Unger exphdned that the negro dragged her into the rootn wben abe calted in anawev to an advertiaement f,.i a young woman to take charge of bia office buaineai wben he left town on Ifonday on aeoount ol Btckneaa. Aaron Pnwer, lier oouain, of Ix>s Angelea, who b in St, Louia vkating ber uncle, Paul Littman, with whom she livea, had aocompaaied ber and was waiting on the street baloW for turn. He advooated that the crowd assenr bled lynch tbe negro, and cries of "Lynch him!" and Qet a '':?'i of oil." baatenad tlie poitoe away with their priaoner. \ warranl ehargiug attonrpted criminal assault, the penalty for which is hanging in Missonri, will be applicd for. ?tate Otflrlali Face Problem. Qutbria, Okla., Aug. 16. ? State ohVials arc facing a serious problem today, followmg the command of Gov ernor Flaskeil that tbey move tli.ir ofiod to Oklahoma City. They stand ? chaaoe of being dedared In eontempt of court if the nfiOH are moted and the fovernor Mwrta Im will dadare their offlOH vacant if they *are not in Okla? homa city by tonight. The m!x-np followl the action taken by the D-ttrfct Court bewj some Ume ago, when an onl.r ffH issued restram ing all atatfl ollicials, bui the governor, froin moving their officee until the capital C*M lias bcen settled on its merita. One etate offlcial eayi he be lievrs the ofBoera will refuee to move to Oklahoma City. bai Kaskefl a COOStitU Uonal ri_b1 to declare their officea vacant ifl <|iiesti<med, while Attoriicy Wrighl i< taid to nave notiBed to Seete Auditor Trapp aoi to caab any war rant- for expenetf in inoviag. Three memben "f the itatfl board <?f iijnali/atioii met with Hafkell herc yes terday and when the goveraof wM told eontempl proceediuga mlfht be insti tuii-i on tbis account, headd: If the distiict court baa any morecootempt for in tlian \vc liavc for it, it's a bird. INTKKNATIOXALI.AHS AM> IM><;* K\ lntemattoa_ law ? dlploroatlo rep resentative and all who aceonipany hhn arc 'i-inti'd iiniininitv from the lawaof thecountryto whleh !?? la acoredited. The word uaed i<> pxpreaathedlplomatic hmllvor eirele ao Iktored i< "entour? age "'Yestcrday the queatlon waa ralsea lu Washington ax towhetheranarabaaaa dor'a dog roaming withotd tbe eonflncs of tbe ernbaaay eotdd rlgbtly Hann membenthip In tin- "entouiage.' I he way In whleh thla problem eame about waa thla l" Turkey a man above all binga may not lift hla band to atrlke adog. By a aacred law tbepariabs ol Constantlnqple are guarded from all harm. in thla land, however, a dog.par ticiuarly in Biimmer, i- regarded i>y the law with llttle Bivor, so llttlc Indeod in ihis town that he nniat weara muxzle to ?vo hla hidf Kon hi* exeelloney 'i ow -onr /.ia Paaha, ambassador from l'm key, broughi wltli iiin> a dog of hlgh de "ii'c one Kia/iin. who waa wonl In Joily t'onstantinople to do a* he pleaaed and broiightthiseodcofethiea with hlra to the land of the frec. Wtaiiecbaainga eat with great abandonment hewaa today rndelv pounccd upon by Ponndmaater Einstcln'a inlnionsand a llvely flghl en Bued. Klairim, however, rolndfull per hapsofthe Internatlonal Indlgnlty tlaatt wonld lic beaped upon blm where he thrown with a mob of eura Into the Oa nlne Black Marla, bught vallantly and rnade hia get-a-way. Boa knotty Intor uational problem ta.ee Washington, f<>r the Turklah embaasy la wratayattbe aaaault To MAKB LBMOMAWB OF OCBAW. The Red Btar lincr Lapland plans to tnni at leaat ? ooosiderabkj portioo of the Atlantic Ooean Into lemofiadei Bhe aailed for Antwerp Baturday canying 1,000,000 lemons, wbich ber crew will iliimj) iiit<? tbe ooean m aooo aa the vcsscl geti far enongb from land. Xbe consignment ffM ienl from Antwerp to a commiasion merchant in New Yo.k oo Augual -, iiut be would not aooept them because tli" fruil wm overripe, be ?aid. 9o tbe board of hcalth itepped in anil ordered the h-mons removcJ. DOCTOR AM) MOMAX DBAIK As wai ttated in a d_patdi in tho Qaxette, the bodiea of Dr. Buaell Campbell and Ifra. Ir.n Morriaon were fonnd at the home <>r tbe Morrieooa in New Qennantown, Perry oonnty, Pa., yesterday. A ncighbor discov ered tli?? body i>f the wotnan lying ICT0H the front doorstop and furtlier ?earch revealed the doctor'i body in his room. Hasty exaniination ibowed that the troautn bad dled from intemal hemorrbage reenlttng from an opern tion. Thetbeoryof thepolioe i- that Dr. Campbell perfonned the operation ?ome timc dnriiig the night, and, on diacovering tbe fatal rcsvilt. killed him self. Hia death waa due tocyanideof poiassium. Dr. Campbell waa 84 jrearsof age. He waa a ion ol Dr. Hana Campbell, a well-known phytician of Patfa Valley, Franklin (oiinty. Pa. A few ipontha ago the young man went to Nt'.v (iir niant. \vn and set btmself np in prac tice. A cordiier's jnry found ? verdict to tho effect that Mrs. Morrtoon bad dkd from the effeota of an operation and that Dr, Campbell died from poiaOO 'taken with suitidal intent, H a rasult of the fatal outeome of the operation. When thedigestion ia all rigbt, the action of the bowvls regnlar, tbere i^ ? a natnral craving and n lish for foo<l. Wlicn thi.s is iacking yovi may know that you need adoee of Cbamberla_'i 8tomach and Uver Tablets. They atrengthen the digeative otgane, im prove the appetite and regalate the bowela. ><ild by v7. F. Creigfatoa and PJchard Qibaon. Take Advantage 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* Rubcn & Sons. 601 KING STREET. ONE BARREL G.Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewherc. 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. I AM OFFEBING FOR SALE EXTBA IA.VCV 35c Pound. l guaraatee evary pound to gtvi faetion. Preah and Bmoked Meats, Orocerlea and l'arm Produeta of ail kinds. Telephone ordera ejiven prompt attelition. i'ree delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Comar Quaaa and* Royal *treets. Thone, Bell 86L, Uorae BXW, jyla ly_ Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyapep tia. Inditf<!?tion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Phyaicians endorse it and te? tify to it? tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. FOUNDERfi AND MACHINIOTB J.&, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfincer and Michiniata' Supplie*. Pipe. Pipe Fittinfa. Valvea. tfc. Blaclcsmithing # Repairiflg Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gaaoline Enginea. Motorcyclea and Automobilei. We aolicit your orderi on allfjkinds of Iron Work. BellPhone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:! 514 Evana Building. Phane Main 7524. Corner King and Royal Streets N 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 invitcd 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 NeverKeepCor rect Time ii it needa clcaninjf. Most likely that'sthe reason it has been loaing time lately. Step in and lct u* look it over. We are experta in watch repairing. AU Jour work ia tfuaranteed. and our charges are always the loweat. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH|ROYAL|STREET. BELL PHONE 34S. iS .M W. A. 8M00T A- 00., tNC. LTJMBER i IOLLW0RK, ALEXANDBIA, VIBGINIA. CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. FOR RENT B17 l'rince stroet.$2:2 .".0 120 X st. Aaaphatreet. 18 oo 1128 Dake atxeet. 18 00 118 N. St.Asaph attaal. 14 00 218 X l'itt street. 11 00 511 8. Henrv Street. 10 50 527 X. Henryatreet. 10 50 :wo Commeree street. $ 50 828 Oomnaaree street. 8 00 421 S. Alfr^d street. 7 50 810 Wilkeaatreet., 5 00 506 VTilkea street. 6 00 Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try ?ome of our Jfine Imported Winea and [Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King- and Alfred Streets. Both Phonea. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE lOffers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES |Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies| [all the Summer. SCHOOLS. SCHOOLS. State Female NormalSchool Twenty-semith Session begms SEPTEMBER 7TH. For cataloguo and iuforraation concernin* Stath Scholabships wrtte to augl w2w-m J. L. JARMAN, Presidbnt, Farmville, Va. ^ St. ftrwe's Episcopal School for Girls (Jharm>ttiwvti.i.h, Va. Opena Sop\mber 20th. Full corps of teaohers?Pranaratory and Acadomic Departments. Musie, Languajjes, Art Miss MAUY HYDE DU VAL. Jel5 3m Principal. Episcopal High School Xear Alexandria, Va. FOR BOYS. The 72nd year opens SEPTEMBER 2-i, 1910. Catalosrue aent. L. M. BLACKFORD, LL. D.. Principal. A. R. HOXTON. B. A. Jyl2d-tw2rn A?9oclate Principal. 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 Loans and Iiive.stineuU, $884,488.80 r. s. liomis. mfioo.oo liankin^' Hottae. ItjKLtl ])ue I'roiu Baakaaad He aerve Agaata. 98.uh.41 Cash. 44,663.80 5 lVMVnt. Kllllll. J.400.00 11,228.838.42 LIABILITIES Canital.fioo.ooo.oo Nurplusand Proflts. KVf>22.51 Nurplus Cireiilation. I>,'|>OMtM. i itlier Liabilities ;i!i.) 100.00 tt42.29ft.90 1.410.01 f 1.228,838.42 Thla bank with its ampfa eapital and aurplua, its adequate equipmeut :,iul fceflltiea, BDltoltatheaeeouataof manuflicturerH, wholesalers, retailers and radlvlduala on the beat torma cousistent with sound banking. X<> aeoount too large to be handled satlsfactorily; nouo too gmall to be appreefated. THREE LOTS Embroideries To be closed out at our SUMMER CLEARIN6 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. r SALE OF Manhattan Shirts Commencing Saturday morning we will We have all sizes in these shirts in both white and fancy effects. Kaufmann Bros. H reduce all Manhattans to the following prices: m W .$1.75 n W $2.50 Manhattan Shirtaat 81 $2.00 Manhattan Shirtaat.$138 B Q] W Wj $1.50 Manhattan Shirtaat.$1-15 M j 402-405 King Street. ? 8