ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXL-NO- 190
ST E A MER8_
i ... :??, ,ii\ tntbe jrear tot Kort tloa
roe. Sorfulk, tfewpori Wewa :?n<l polnta
iouth, vla lupcrb, powerful ateel puet
Wiishiii^loii.i'.. l.'i p. m.
fjoave Alexandria 7.00 i>. m.
Arrive i't. Monroca 7.00a, m.
Arrlvc Sorfolk HiOOa. m.
Arrive Portcnionth M?a. m.
Portatnoutb 5.00 p. m.
.,? Forfolk <M? n. "I.
It. Monroo '.00 p. m.
Arrive Mcxandria ''?."'? :>? ")?
ivi- Waahlnfton 7.00a, nt
Throuah ooaneoUoni madeat Noriolk
wltfa Bteamen <>f the ?>1<1 Dominion
<)iip Company forNow Yorkand
Merehants'and Mtner'a Bteanuhtpa f'>r
Oeneral Tleket OAee, 72014th BtN.W.
Dood Buildinjr, \Vashinj;ton, I>. Q
Photie Main IfiBO. ._ , _
.\li.irf. Phono Main -?'*??
\|..\ ii.lii wharf foot <>f Princeatreet
apri i> r Oeneral Paaeeng
Aiexandria's Favorite Salt Water
Stcsmcr? daily at 9:30 a. m. except
Monday . nd spccial week-end trips.
Stcamcr ST. jOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT
Steamer QUEEN AMNE 6:30 p. m.
Stcamcr ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m.
Hcturnintf leave Colonial Bcacn 12
m.Jni;.'h: Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun
Othcr ilays b p. m.
Bathinf. Doatins?. Cnbhinf, Fuhintf
the Ant-it evcr. _
PARE ROUND TRIP One day
ticVct. 50c. Scason tickct. ?1.00.
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
Maryland Deiaware and Vir
i??rsni thla llne leare Alexandria
onandafter Maj 15, 1910,
Bven MONDAY. WEONESDAY :u><l
ruilD ^ a< l-? i?- ? ?? .?,,,.
FOH BALTIMORK AND ALL 1IIK
t aU M. Kl\ E? LAKDIXOB.
Culxine and appolntnients unexcelleu.
,., ror Baltimore, Phiuulelpnia
and New York aoHvitetl and bnndled
wi'.h care Tbrough ratea and bllu oi
ladlns laaued. ? . .
Binxlelareto Baltlinore. 12.50: roiimi
trip. (0.50; staterooms, one waj
RKAKDON A GRIM1 S Agento,
Pool of Cameron street
I n, itlve kfaj :?. IM0.
Steamer" Capital Ctty."
.... Alexandria atttp. m. on Mon
dai and >Vednesday for Parham'a Point
and lower rlver btndinga. Return early
Wednemlay and Friday momlng. Leave
,:,n ui:>:i m, tor Nomlni and Inwr
raetlliite BUidings, returning Susdaj
about ?"> p. "I
ndar, Tueaday andThuraday
m. for Wlrt'a wharf and all Inter
,tehindiiiRM. KtturninglcaveV irts
wharf :n e :?. i" the followlng day and
arrivlngat Alexandria about 1 !>? ">.
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Pool ofOwneron Street
Felephono Na 60. _Jf" '-vr
lea Oream and leesoi all
Baron indof.tlw paiwl
qualitka alwaya on band
or rnmiahed to order.
Spccial priccs on large quantitics
Cakcs and Pastry of all kinds
and of the bcst qoality.
H* BlOCh Both Phones.
N'.?. 212 Nurth Waahlnjrton Btreet,
Tne luitJ aeoond aeaaloa wlll oom
rnencc September 11. H'lO. A full elaaal
cal and matbematieal eourae taugbt;
?ii>.,. Prenoh Oerman, Bpanlah, book
keepins and typewritlng. Cetaloguea,
.-iviiiK full partlculara, aenj up6n appll
catiou. IOHN s. BLACKfil KV
14 Per Cent Investment on
Qood BuOdlnf, 30 het wide, sioro and
4 Bata, all rented.
Out oftown ownet umat sell.
Here is yout chance.
F. L. Slaymaker,
THE ROSEMONT MAN.
KIFTY TKABS' BXPBRIKNCEOF
W OLD Mi;.sK.
Mr< wtnakmlBoottlat ByrapUtbe
DteaeriptfoB of one or the beat (emale
Dhratelana and nuiaaf i?> the Dnlted
Sutes and haa bwn oa?l for f.fiy yean
?itfa ii'ever-faiHiiR sm ce? by millionsot
mothersfortheir childrcu. It W
the ehild froin paln, eures duirrhoea.
trripint la the bowels, and wind colic.
Uv rivinz health to the ohild il rests the
VO&er. Twentj-five eenta a botUe.
2dvfatibria (Sozfttf ?
PCBLUHBO DAILT AXI) TIU-WEEKLY AT
QAZETTE BUILDINO. 310 and 312
[Entered atthe Postomce of Alexandria,
Virginia. as socond-elass matter.]
TBBMS: Daily?1 year, I5.00; C montliH.
|2.50; 3 months, 81.25: 1 month.43 centa
l inek, io oantai
Tri-weekly ? 1 vear, $3.00:6 months
$1.50: 3 months, .5 cents; 1 month, 28
1'ontract advertisers will not be allowed
to exoeed tbelrapaoe unleai tho exoeea
is paid for at trnnsient rates. and under
do eireumataaoea will thcy be allowed
to advertise other tlian thcir legiti
matc business in the spaco contraeted
Retolutloni in memortam. of timnks.
tributeeof reapeot, resolutionsadopted
iiv soniotics or penonctmleaa ofpubllb
ooneern, will be printod i" the papor
TAKT RKPI'I>lATi:S ?HIERMAX.
President Taft practically rcpudiated
Yiee-President James S. Sherman \vs
tcrday for thc part the lattcr took in
bringing about the defeat of Theodore
Roosevelt in tlie recent meeting of
the New York republiean state eoni
In a Utti-r sent from Beverly to
I.loyd 0. Griseom, leader ol the in
?urgenl foroaa in tbe state warfare,
thc preaident ohargei the viee-presi
den! with baving praotieed deoejt and
acting unfairly io the ' nefotiationi
whirh precededthal bietoric meeting.
The preaident takea i Arm lUnd
with the progrearive elemcnt in the
organuation; announcei that there ii
no break betweeo bimself and Mr.
Roosevelt ontheetate iaauee and givea
the Sberman-Woodrufi Barnei coni"
bination a iwal which the inaurgenta
declare will prove fatal tothe regular
Mr. Taft derlaivs that he was mis
repreeented in every parttoular by the
Old Guard leadera, who juatifled tlieir
courao in rejecttng Mr. Rooeevelt for
the temporary chairmaaahip o! the
atate conrention by making it appear
thal wich a courae bore the approral of
It waa the prosident'a tirst etatemenl
regarding either hia relationi with the
roccnt preaident or bia attitude toward
the two factionH wjiich are cngaged ii
a death atruggle tbroughout the itate
The inaurgenta are jubllanl and declare
that the preekient'a utterancea mean
tbe complctc elimination ol the regu
lara.unlcsi tbey make an unconditional
Mr. GriacoHi iiipplemented Mr. Taft'i
letu i witfa a itatemenl of his own, cal
ling "ii all progreasive republicana in
tbe atate to unite in the tight a??ninst
tbe old Guard. That tbe conteel will
b? carried into tbe primariea and
that there would be no qnarter given
waa itated erophatically by Mr. Gria
Emphaaia was givon in the tbree
atatementa?thoae of Mr. Taft, Mr.
Rooeevelt and Mr. Griaooro?thal all
refereocea to tbe relationi between the
preaident and former preaidenl were to
New York state alone.
Vvnile thoae relationa may beatrained
on sueli robjecta aa the enforceroenl of
"my policiea" and the preaidental
Domination of 1912, ii wai made clear
thal tlie preaident and Mr. Rooaerell
agreed thal the moal nrgent problem
now to be lohred is the aalvation of
their party in the empire state. Their
intereata are identical, in thal they
both demand rcpublican vietory in Wew
York this fall. Furthei tlian that DOtfa
Much of the myatery which aur
rounded the itate commrttee'i meeting
!;,-.! week was cleared away by the
\ rew momenta after Mr. Booeevell
had beeo rejected, the announcemenl
iraa made semioflieially by Mr. \Vou<l
ruff and bia aaaociatea that the aeleo
tion of Mr. Bberman had beenentirely
approved by Mr. Taft
The inaurgenta were dumbfounded
by the announcement, and ii was made
clear at Oyatet Bay that Mr. Booae
velt was stun? to tlie rjuiik by what
appeaied to be his successor's aetion.
Mr. Roojerelt, after raadJng witii at
tention tlie full text of President
Taft'i letter, issued the|following form
"I am vory glad to Ne l'resident
Taft'i statement, and am pleased with
it. Before the meeting of the state
OOmmittM I had repeatedly expressed
to variotis leaders not merely my will
ingneaa, but my deaire to aae tliem.
Binoe the meeting 1 have not thought
that there was any particular object in
meeting thena, as. owing to their action.
the >ituatioii had become aocfa as to
admit of no eompromisej and I had
OOtbing to add to wliat I had already
aaad, I may add that I have not
ohanged my onind now. My pcai
tion is perfeotty datoite and
have nothing to ehange in it. I had
never desired the ehairmanship, and
COnaented to have my name oonsidered
on oondWoo only that, in platform and
candidate alike. the party should en
daaroi to acbien moceaa in the only
way worth trying; that is, by de
serving. by making it evident that the
repobUcan party of the state of New
York intenda in good faith to save the
interest.- of all the people of the sUte.
I eaiiHot speak detinitely at the mo
ment of my whoh- plans, btx-anse I do
not know how far the sitnation will be
cbanged bv the president's letter. and
80 I can aay nothing more defimtc at
Yice President Bberman was seen at
h. home at Utiea. N. Y.. last night
and advised of the letter by President
Taft and the itatementa of ex-Presiden
elt and Mr. Griscom. ?????
be did not desirc to see eopies of them
and dedined absolutely to make any ,
oorament or exrjreaaion in referenceto
Jlu rnatter. He simply declared: i;
haw nothing whatever to say." M'.
Bberman will go to Watertown. N. i .
today on buaioeai and will not see Mr.'
?H when he goei to I'tica today
to addrcss the grangcrs. He start
west Friday on a tour of campatgn
A Ml/CH-MARRIKW MAN.
Dr. Harry B. Kccler, ? dentist, who
was arrestcd in Petroit recently and
takeu to Brooklyn to answer an indict
nient eharging biffl witli *? lai'-eny of
tl2,00tl froni Mrs. Wilhelmina Lytxh.
a widow, was formally : .raigned ye.s
tcrday on a cliarge of bigamy. If all
the reports are true Keeler lias no less
than half a (lozen wnes. Aernrdmg to
tht allegation made against liim, he
made niatrimony ? prontabto busineaa,
for ncariy in every caae, it U alleged,
he sueeeeded in whcedling tuoney in
rarioua amouata faem bu matrimooial
victims. h waa expeoted that Mrs.
Lynob, from whom it il rharged he
12,000 aftet niurrying ber. would
appear in court yeeterday to press a
charge ol bigarny against bim, hut
Mr>. Lyncb ii in the oountryatpjeeent
and it was inconvcnieiit for lier to at
tcnd. It is said, bowever. she will
lodge a eomplaint latcr. There appear
ad, bowever, Miss Helen Voaburjb, of
Brooklvn. and Miss Dora Bchoeflea, of
CUff, L. I., both of wboni made
affldavHa tbal Keekr bad wooed and
weii tbeni. Miss BeboeUei aaya that
Keeler married ber on August 28 1906,
an.l Hiaa Voaburgb declarea Keeler
married ber on November 10 1897.
Keeler, arbo was repreaented in courl
by his lawyer, entered a pka ol not
guilty and was aent back to j.iil pend
iti<r the action of the graod jnry.
Charr.berlain'i Ston *?-1 ? and Liver
Tableta gently stimulate the livr and
boweli to expel potaonoui matter,
cleanae the ayatem, cure conap'patioo
and sick headache. Bold by W. F.
Creigbton and Bichard Qibaon.
HROWBM OV MRTBOM.
The rteamabip Dantaler which bai
arrived at Galrest??n.Texaa, from Tam
jii. . eporta a atrange experienee with
the shower of meteon which fell on
Priday nigbt Gaptain Crawford and
crew declare that the largeel of the
moteor", which was aeen aboul 7:48 p,
in.. fell in the gulf within aboul Bve
miles of tlie vessel and a coluinn ol
waler shot pp into the air fully 50 feel
The ball Of lire which burst and
emitted niyriads of sinaller partieles of
blazing metal, was in view nearly two
minutea in it.? oonrae acroai the ?ky
from DorthweH to Kmiheaat The sea,
which was brilliantly Uhtminated for
manymiles, wascalm during thepaa
nge of the meteora, i>ut became greet
|y agitated immediately after, even
thougfl the sky was clear.
The rougb sea e.mtinued for fotir
houn after the fall of the meteora.
The ball of ftre ai Gaptain Crawford de>
Bcribed it, lighted the sky so that a
oewspaper could bave been read on the
deck of tbe Dantzler. The crew was
awe atricken, although it was tooking
for the phenomenon. During the night
Bve morc meteora were aeen, hut all
wereamall and hadhad the appearance
of falling atara, w often aon by mar
inera at sea.
The ivvolutioniMs haveca]itured Man
agua, the capital Kicaragua, and Preai
dent tiadrui haa reaigned the preaidency,
Qen. Juan Eatrada being declared preai
deut of the reunited republic,
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowehi regular, there is a
a natural craving and reliafa for food.
When this is laeking you may know
that you need ? doae ol Cbamberlain'i
Btomach and Livr Tablets. They
-trengtheu the digeattve organa, im
prove tbe appetite and reguhUe tbe
bowehi. Bold by W. P. Creigbton and
I;i( liard Gibaoo.
Loeal week and ttcketa Waablngton to
Bomeraet, Warrenton. (lartisonburg,
Bluemont and Intermedlate itationi soiii
on Saturdaya and Bundaya, valid for re?
turn on Monday at very low fares. will
beplacedon aale by Bonthem Ballway
al waabington,D. C, beglnning BATUR
DAY, Ma\ 28th, and continuing until
L. s. liltnWX. Oeneral Atrent
Take Advantage of
Reduced Prices on
Solid Oak Bedroom
Oak Chiffonier, $5.25
^feat Princess Dress
Oak Chiffonier with
French p 1 a t e glass,
601 KING STREET.
Leadheater's guaranteed ('herrv C'ough
Remedy to cure coughs. Wodou'tsay
or your money back, because there'a
no need. It cures: Ma bottle.
Flremen's Anuual t'olebratlon, Aleian
drla, Va.. August -Z ltli-'i?tli, l?IO.
\"ery low round trit> fares via Southern
Rallway fromall Vlrglnlapotntaaeoount
abova oooaaion; datea of nile August.:.
it. -J-J and i'<. linal limit August i'th. IWO
Por flre eompanlea ln unitorm fares on
baataoneeentpermlle. OonauH aj,'<t)t
or write L. .S. Brown. Cieneral Agent.705
D C.. for full partlculars.
For Iced Tea
Use My 50c Mixed Tea.
It is BETTER
Than you can buy at 75c
G. W. RAMSAY.
U. S. Club.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
also 50 pails
G. W. RAMSAY.
I AMOFFERING KOR BALB KXTKA
BRISTOW CRFAMERY BUTTER
I guamatee every pound to gtre aatli
faelion. Vrr-\t and Smoked Me.its.
Qroeeriea and Farm Produeti or :'ii
kinds. Telenhoneorderagiven prompt
attention. !? ree delivery.
F. C. PULLIN,
Oorner Queen and RoyaJ atreeta,
'Phone, Bell B5L, HomeaTW,
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
Greatest known Water for Dyapep
?ia. Indifestion. Kidney and Liver
Leading Phyaicians endorae it and tea
tify to it* great merit.
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasotine Motors
Engineer and Machini?t?' Suppliei.
Pipe. Pipe Fittingf. Valve*. Vc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Alexandria iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
We make a specialty in repaira to
Gaaoline Engine*. Motorcyclea and
We aolicit your orders on| allfjkind* of
Bell Phone 53.
314 Evana Building. Phone Main 7324.
State Female Normal School
Twenty-seventh Session begins SEPTEMBER 7TH.
For cataloguc and information eoncerning State Scholarihips write to
augl.w2w-m J. L. JARMAN, Prksioest, Farmville, Va.
8t. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls | Episcopal High School
Xear AW'xandria, Va. FOK 150YS.
I Tho 72nd year opens BKPTKMBER 28,
Opena Beptember 20th. 1- utl eorpa of ,.?,, omilogiie aent
teaehera?Preparatorjr and Aoademie
Departmeiits, Masio. LenguegM, Art. r \[ BL U'KFOIU>. LL. O., Principal.
Mi-- MAKY FTYDE IT YAI..
jel.". :tni l'rincipal.
A. K. HOXTON, H. A..
Jyl2 d-tw 2a Associato Principal.
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
G. LJBOOTHE. Preaident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Caahier
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Preiident J. J.GREEN.Aaaiatant Caahier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER. JR.
M B. HARLOW
GEO. E. WARFIELD
JAS. F. MUIR
FRANCIS L. SMITH
l.oansand Invotments. |SM,4?8J0
r. s. Bomla. 125,000.00
Ranking Elouee. 73,281.81
Due iVom Bankaand Re
aerre Agenta. 88,104.41
6 IVrCent. Kiind.1,400X0
Surplusand I'rolits. KV>22..r>l
otlier l.ial.illtles. 1,416.01
Tiiis bank witii its ample eapital and anrplna, its adeqnate aqnlpmant
aad faciiities.aotielti thoaeeoaataof menutketurere, wbateaalera, retallera
and individiials on tbe beal tenns eonsistent with sound hanking.
No eeeonnl too large t<> be haadled aetlifketortly; nono too small to be
Commencing Saturday morning we will g
reduce all Manhattans to the following prices:
LOj 1250 Manhattan Shirts at
$2.00 Manhattan Shirts at
fl $1.50 Manhattan Shirts at
We have all sizes in these shirts in both
white and fancy effects.
402-405 King Street.
KING AND PITT STREETS.
Wednesday and Thursday.
On account of the Firemen's Convention and pa
rade this week our store will close Thursday at one
o'clock, and our weekly remnant sale will take place
Wednesday and until one o'clock Thursday, at which
time the store will close for the rest of the day. Many
special remnant values will be on sale Wednesday and
Corner Klng and Royal Streets
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 Departmenta
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
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
y Your Watch Will
ii it needa cleaning*. Moat likely
that'a the reaaon it haa been loaintf
time lately. Step in and let ua
look it over. We are experta in
watch repairing. All |our work
ia guaranteed. an 1 |our chartfea
are alwaya the loweat.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
BELL PHONE 343.
W. A. SMOOT & CO.. INC.
I.UMBER k MILLWORK.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
We will positively sell all broken lots at
REGARDLESS OF CO3T.
817 Princeatreet.$22 50
190 N. Bt Asaph street. 18 00
1128 Duke 841881. 16 00
118 N. St. Asaph atrcet. 14 00
218 N. Pitt street. 11 00
511 S. Henry street. 10 50
627 X. Henry street. 10 50
330 Commerte street. 8 50
328 Commcrr-e street. 8 00
421 B. Alfred atreet. 7 50
810 Wilkes street. 5 00
505 Wilkes street. 6 00
Several Comfortable Houses for Sale.
REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING.
If You Want a Gootl Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind?
ia what you want. Al*o try aome of |our |fmc Importcd Win^tfJandJGin.
King and Alfred Streets.
THE RAMMEL CAFE
;Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies)
iall the Summer.]
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