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ALEXANDKIA, VA., WEDXKSDAY EVEXING, AKU ST 24, 1910.
PltfCE 2 CENTS.
VOLUMB CXI.--XO. 200
BCHOOIA
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE EnWJ.
STOART McGUIRE, M. D.. fntaiDtUT
MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY
New biiilcimg untler constructioD, the (jift of
the people of Riclnnond.
Admirable la'.oralory building for temporary
u*e?large, hri^ht, conv?Dient.
NEW EQUIPMENTTHROUGHOUT.
Ovn one Hoipital, U5? fourothers for teaching.
MOOERN LABORATORY METHOD8.
M?'nber Associalion of Amencan Medical Col
.r2i?tered m New Yorlc. high sUnding.
! i ti(M and rxpensc* moderate.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND
0TATI8TICAL RECORO.
jy2B7w ti
f Randolph-Macon tiollege 1
ForMen.0 ASHLAND.Va.
DcliKtitfnl aud hcalthfnl loea
tlnii, KiiiUatnorttiuf Klcbmond.
Heauiifnl rainpu*. Moler?*e
thargei owlrijr to endowmeuU.
B. I. Blwkw.il, i.M.,U..n.. rm.
Wm. S. Browa, ftta'j aa4 Tr???. V\
Episcopal High School
i AleuBdrta, V:i. i'"U BOYft
ThoTSnd \car openi sFITKMBKR 38,
? tent
L m. BLACKPORD, i.L. i>.. PrlnelpaJ.
i; HOXTON B \
|j i2d ;w jm Prinolpal.
St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls
Ci! u:l."i 11 -vii.1.1:. V \.
Openi HeptPtnbor 20th. Kull oorpi <>f
t<-:i<-)i rs Preparatory and Aeademlc
I), i. iri imiit ~. Musie, tanguages, Art
Mis. M \ li V HYDE l'l \ \l..
, :,,, Prlnclpal.
Arlington Institute
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
ji;. ? hlngton Slrctt.
M.i:v \M>C1 \. \ A.
i ipcn- Keptember 2:. W10. In :i< 1*1 i 1 i<>ti
totneiuual coune of itudy .-i elaaa In
su nography and typowrltfng " i l! be
?!. Oatalogues at Leadbeater'a and
AHen'n drug ntorcn nnd afler Beptember
Kfiwi \ M.JCH \M'l.i:i:.
aug22 loctl Prinelpal.
3TEAMERS
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
Brery day i" tbe j ear K* Pori Mon
r.M-. Norfolk, Newporl Newa and pointsl
aouth, via auperh, powerful'Bteel palaoe
steani
Ijc*\ ' |?. in
? ? Ah-xatidrla :.!?> p m.
? n. Mnnruca 7.00a. m.
Ai rlv ? Norfolk K.00 a. m.
Arrire Portamonth K.00a. m.
Loavc Portamonth &.00 p. ni.
1.. ,% ? : rrfolk 8.00 i>. ni.
Lcavu I'i. Munroo 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexaudrla B.30 a. m.
Arrive Washington 7.00a. in.
Througb connoctlona inadeat Norfolk
wiili uteamers of tho <?l?l Domlnlon
iii|. < omnany for New Vork and
Mcn-hants'and Mlucr'a Stoamships U*
Offlw, 720 14th St.N.W.
Dond Building, Washington, l>. C.
I'
m'.Ii streel wharf. Phone Main S760.
tandria wharf foot '<( Prinoestroot,
W. II CALLAH \N.
anrl lyr Qeneral Pasaenger A^'nt.
Colonial Beach,
Alexandria's Favorttc Salt Watcr
Rcsort.
Steamers daily at 9:30 a. m. exccpt
Monday and special week-end trips.
Stcamcr ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT
URDAY.
Stcamcr QUEEN ANNE 6:30 p. m.
SATURDAY.
Stcamcr ST. JOKNS 9:30 a. m.
SUNDAY.
Returning lcave Colonial Beach 12
midnijrlit Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun
day. Other days 6 p. m.
Bathtng. BoatintJ. Crabbing: Fishing
the fine?t evcr.
FARE ROL'ND TRIP: One day
tickct. 50c. Season ticket. ?1.00.
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
_
Maryiand Deiaware and Vir
ginia Railway Gompany.
8PKIKO scin.in 1.1:
Si.'iiiirr- oi iiii- llne l?tre llexandrta
db an.i after May 15,1910,
\i?.M> \^ . WEDXESDAY and
' H \ II i:ii.\ Y fcl li?p. m.
POF BALTIMORE AM> ALL THE
ISIA1. R1VER LANDINOa
Cui-ini* and appointmenta unezcelled,
Prelght for Baltlmore, Phlladelphla
!?ml nT? ^ ork aoBcited ^iul handled
\viiii oare Through rstea and i>ni- cf
UtBng l?u?d,
lefaroto Baltimore, 12.50; round
trip. fftso; Btateroonis, one way, tUOti
McalB. ."?>>?.
REARDON iV GRIMES. VgenU,
Pool ot't anieron street
SCHEDULE
&
Steamboat Co.
1 Urc May 9, 191ft
Steamer'-CapitalCity."
I Irhi ;u 6 i>. ni. 0> Mon
ilay and W'ednesdaj rorParhaffl'i Pclnt
;.ml lower river kuuHngs. Kfturn early
^Tednesday and TriviaN morutng. Leare
Saturday at9a m, t.>r Nomini and intor
modlate landings, returning Bonday
abvnit > p m
Steamer "Wakefleld."
vi' suihI.in . Tuesdaj and Thuradajp
nt 8 a. in. for W Irt - wharf and all
mediate landings. KeturninK l<:u , w ,rf.s
wharf at 6 a m. ihc following dav and
arrtrlngal Alexandria aboitt I
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Pool of Cameron Street
JVK-phoiH- \o. M- )?H lyr
^Ifsfcitbtta <&catttt.
ITIH.I-iHK!) PAII.Y AM> TK1 WKKKI.Y AT
UAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312
I'KIN'CK STREBT.
[Entered atthe Poatofflee of Alexandria,
Vlrginta, aa seeond-elass matter.]
TBBMSi Hallv -1 vear, ?~>.<i0; <> moiithv,
a&flD; 3 months. gLB: 1 montli,tt ceuts
i week, 10 oanta.
Tri-woeklv ?l ycar, $3.00:0 months
$1.50: 8 months. 7."> eents; 1 month. 96
<ents.
?Jontract advertisers wlll not be allowed
to ezoeed thelrepaoe unleaa tbe i
is |>:iid for at transieiit rates. aml under
do elreumataneea wtll they be allowwl
to advertise other tlian tlieir legitl
:nate misine-s m the spaee eontraeted
for. , . .
Reaolutlona ln memoriam, of tbanka.
trfbuteaofreepeet, reaolutlona adoptod
h\ locletlea or per*ona,unleaaofpubll<!
eoaoorn, <rlll be printed ln the papor
iis advertisemenls.
PIWBD *a.2oo.
Dorothea Pliilu Higgina, l tall and
haDdsomc Virginia girl of 24, wbo Ywr*
ut Yonken Park, N. Y.. waa floed
$3,2(H) yeaterday for oontempt of court
by United Statea Circuil Oourl Jodge
Hoagh.
Judge Hoagh allowed Miss Higgina
t.n days in whirli tO D?y the line, and
in bia order jjrovided that in caee ahe
[ajla t?. pay ? warrant for her arreet
will be iaeued lo United Statea Marebal
Williain Henkel. and ahe will be im
priaoned uotil ordered releaaed.
Ifiai Higgina, wbo baa been living
wiih ber mother, Ifra. Kli/.abeth War
Wick Bradner, ia the daufbter of Ar
thur Higgina, a civil engineer wbo
died in 1891 atNorfoIk, Va. 8he baa
a brother, Warwick K. Higgina, aged
22, and a younger aiater, Oonetance
Higgina, aged 19 jreara.
Prederick W. Evers, a furniture
dealer, filed a petitkw in involuntary
bankruptcy agaiaal Ura. Bradner on
Dcceraber 16 and Miss Higgina' oon
tempt conaiated in diaobeying an order
of Judgc Hougb iaaued to prevenl the
alleged fraudulent diapoaUion of two
insurance policiea. Two months later
Mi-. Bradner waa adjudged a bank
rupt and W'illiam H. Preoman \\.?> ap
pointed truatee of her property.
The unaecured clainia against Mn?.
Bradner totaled 121,406. A large
ainonnt of theeu were for dry goods,
bouaehold furniabinga, dothing, worka
of art, and article of luxury. Charlca
}f. Bradner, afra, Bradner'* aecond
hnaband, had failed in tbe renl catate
bnaii Bradner made affidavit
thal abc had pu( 120,000 into tbe buai
neaa,
The Bradner* and Higginaea had
oome frcni the aouth a ootrple of yeara
Thoygaveout tbatthey ownwJ
prdporty in Virginia, and thal tfw Hig
Bjina children had independeul incomea
of their own. It ia alleged tbey ran
ui> largebillain aeveral of the Icading
?torea in N?u York trithout difficulty.
In defaurt of paymenl Mis.- Higgina
may be, aocordtng to law. incaroerated
for 8,200 daya, <>r aboul nine yeara. It
ia believed, bowever, that ahe will pay.
Chamberlain'a Btomadi and Liver
Tableta gently atimtdate the liver and
bowela to expel poiaonoua matter,
cleanae tbe ayatem, oure oonatipatioo
Kud >ick beadache. BoU by \V. K.
Creigbton and Riohard Gh'baon.
MUBDBI \M> sik IDI..
SiUing aprightinher carriage, shot
through the beart, the body of Mra.
Fanny Hewey, aged 4"> yeara,
waa found late yeaterday on Branch
roadjpiear by Perkinarille, Vt., by
party <>f autoroobtlisU. The horae
wa- alaodead, shot through tbe beart.
A little tarther on the bodyofG. Prank
Hewey. aged 1^ yeara, boaband of tbe
wonian. was fonnd, a hnllet wonnd,
in hia hreast and a ritle by bia
side.
The tragedy was enacted far froin i
any witneaaea, and the pclice call it a
caae of mnrder and anicido, the oin>
oome of family tronbles. The woman,
whoee marriage to Hewey reaulted
froin a matrinionial advertiseinent
placed in a weetera publicatioD by
liiin. had left him tbree timeaand re
fuaed agaln to returo.
Hewey then heeanie inorose and for
I daya, it ia aaid, had aat in front
of hia bonae with his riile acroaa his
kneea. When bia wife drore aJongthe
road yeaterday, it ia believed, ht> balted
her by killing the horae, and lhan
wlx-n ahe refuaed to liston tohia plead
ings, shot her through the heart, aeod
ing a tliird bullet into hia own body.
VOIM. WOMA1 \(<ll ITTF.I).
IfamM McLonghlin, a girl of eigli
teeii yeara, who shot and kttled ber
orer, Hugh Bmith, jr., I wealthy sa
loon keeper of New Orlcans, as he
walked the strcots with her rival, was
aoQuitted by i jury in thal < ? i t y yeater?
day 00 B plea of the "ntiwritten law."
The jury was oul bnl twenty live
minutea. The annoonoement of '.he
verdiet was re<'eivod with eheers b} the
membera of tbe Bra Club, an otgani*
aatioa of women, and the other apecta
tora who filledthe covrt, Duringtbe
progreaa of the trial orowda ootaideof
the Criminal Court hnil'litig fought
with the depidies and DOliOB for ad
niittanee.
Ifiaa M< Loughlh; was on the Bta&d
iuatbefore both defenae aod proaren
-?( il without argUDMOt.
"He betrayed ma>" abe sobbed
"He had promised to marry ine. but
lie did not keep his word. I went lo
the houseof the Hlake girl. I saw her
oome out I thought thal ahe was go
ing t.> meet Bmith. 1 CoUowad her. I
followed thein and when I got near I
n oraaed with grief that I did not
know what 1 was doiog. I.ife WM
wortli DOthiag to me any longer. Oo I
kilied hjm.
Aliee Blake. the girl who was with
Bmith, went on the stand. and with
gaahil . ? re that ahe had been
engaged to marry him Infore ''tliat
creature shot him."
'The Melxiughlin girl told methat I
would bave to give up Smith or slie
NEVER GOES UP
Everything that
goes into IceCrcam
costs much inoro
QATT|P\ tlmnit nsodto.un
>JCilll.V l lessitiumadefrom
lQW JELL-O
pnce/icE CREAM
Powder
When it is made frora Jell-0 Iee
Oream Powdor, Iee Crt-am doe* not
oost aa much as it did ten years a?o.
The price of Jell-0 Ico Crcam Pow?
der never goosup.
[m Creaiu, made from Jcll-O Iee
Oieaa Powder, ia tbe lowest-pnced
luxurv on earth.
llavors: Vanilla. Strnwbcrry. Lemon.
Chocol.itr. and I'litiavcm .1.
at Grocmr*', 2 packagtm M aaaia.
Bcautiful Recipc Hoolc "??. Ad<lre*s,
The Gcncsec Purc food Co., Le Roy. N. i.
wuulil kill ni botb,"ahe sobbed before
tli. court rootn. Bf? ftnoe tbe kill
bag tbe women of the Erii Club and
othen througbout tbc atate banded to
gether for ber protection. Tliey raiaed
a fuint 10 birc lawyern for bcr, and in
cvciy way Beettad tbc girl.
DBCLABBDVOI OFaTO SHOP.
Leadingcontracton of Waabington,
tbc incn arho make up the membersl.n
of tbc ftfaater BaiMera1 Aaeociatiofl and
tbc BuUdera' League, in jofbt m
last nifbt, dedared war againat dicta
tion on tlic part of labor anioniata.
Tbr body aleo dedared foc the "opeo
?bop
Tbc reeolutiona adopted wan
pecially aimed al the brickfaywa' unk?,
menibera ol whidi bare oonatatently
refnaed to work foi contractora who
employed non-union men, it ta aaid.
Tbc cliiiin ia madotbal bricklayerehaTe
ii. .t only refuaed tn work akmgsidc of
Donunion men, wbcther of tlicir own
trade <>r pUatcrera, carpentora, 4c., bol
have strongly objected to ihe contrac
tor againrt bia employing nonnnion
men on otber joba.
National banka will be roquiri d to
maintain only b ?"> per cenl redemption
fund againat etnergancv iaeaea <>f
currency wbicli may be made under
the Aluricb-Vreeland aet, aeoording
to o raliog wbich tbe Treaeiiry I'epart
mciit ia aboul to promulgate. IWa
ruling will rererae a fonner one made
on Jnne 80, 1908, wbiib flxed tbe
amount at 1" !>? t e&oL
loo pair btdieafineaboe wortb |3.50<
and $4.00. Tbcy arc our best makes.
Init a bttle off as U> style, 98 cenf
J. A. Marshall <<r Rro.. 422 Vinv atrpet
FJ1PTY YKAHS- KNl'KRIKNCKOF
AN 0LD Nl.ltSK.
Ifra Winalow'a Soothlng Bymptetha
preaoriptlon of one of tbe beat female
phyatehuu :n>?! Duraea in tbe rjnlted
I StatoBi and baa been usedforfifty yeara
! witii norer-ftdling auoeeaa i>y mUlioaa w
' mothers for their children. It relieves
! tho cliild from pain, ciircs diarrhoea,
ffripinj; In the boweU, and wind colic.
By giTlng hcaltli to the ohlW it rests the
tnotlier. Twentv-five ceutn ? bottle.
Wlicn tbcdigeation ta all riglit. tbe
ai-tion of the boweh regular, tbere is a
? natural craving and relish for food.
When tbij ia lacking jrou may koow
tji.it yoii need a doae of ChamberU'n'a
Stomacb and Livei TabJeta. They
Btrengtben the digeetive organt, in>
prove the appettte and regolale the
bowebj. Sold by W. F. Creightoo and
Richard Gibaon.
WKKK KNDTICKKIS.
Looal week end tteketa Waahlngtoa to
Soincr.-ci. Warrcnion. Harriaonbnnr.
Blueraont and intormedlate atatloni aofd
on Saturdaya and Sundaya, ralW forre
tnrii on Mondav at very low fares. will
beplacedon aale by Bouthem Railway
at waahlngton.D. ('.'. beglnnlng SATUR?
DAY, May 28th, and OOOttBttlng until
Ootober 2, lncluaive.
L. s. BROWN. Oenaral Ag?t
Takc Advantage of
Reduced Prices on
Furniture*
Solid Oak Bedroom
Suit, $23.50.
Oak ChirTonier, $5.25
Neat Princess Dress
er, $9.75.
Oak ChirTonier with
French p 1 a t e glass,
$9.50.
M, Ruben & Sons,
601 KING STREET.
Leadbeater'a gnaranteed (licrrv Cough
Remedy to cure cougha. We don't say
oryour money bacK, because there'a
no need. It oures: 2.Vs bottle.
liniin n'? Annual ( <>l< hration. AlexaK
drla. Ya., Augiist Z lth--J?!tli. I?M?.
Y( ry low rotir.d tripfaro \ ia Soiitlicni
Railway fromaB Vlrglniapolntaaeoount
abova oecaaion; dalea of aale August 23,
23, :'.i and 2&, Hnal llmll Angoat 29tn, i!?H>.
Forflreeompantea in uniform farcs oa
baala oneeent per mile. Conault ageata
or write L. s. Btown, OcnenJ Agent,70fi
Flfteenth street. norihwest.Waahington.
1). C. for full particulara.
VIRGINIA STATE FIKEMEVS CONVENTION.
Tbe Virginia State Piremen'a Convention inet in its twenty-fciirtl) annual
aession in this city today and will continue till Kriday. The city ia gaily deor>
rated for the cxcasion and the atteadaaee ia large. Tbe features of the oeeasion
will be found on the aeoond page of todaj
J. K. >.( iirtln, of Mexaiiilrin. I?i??l?li ut "t fheMate rireinen'* Woriation.
Gaafge <?? Caaaaalaara, "i PorUaioatb,
Mecretarj oftheStaieFlreBBeaH leee*
riation.
J.P. Iral<>. I K-Kenlar Vice Pre*ldeut
aftbe Htatc tflrraaea'a < onventlon ;'ii<t
.Mi'iiiiirr ni BagleC'Oi K?, 3, Mewpert
Hewa,
II. Trimvt-r. oi Alexandria. ltaeaawr*l Lectelatlve CeaaaaKtee erthc Mate riie*
men'? A?sorlation and I'ljjhumth l'n-sidrnt <>t the A**orlatloii.
FOR SALE.
Cozy six room brick dwelling, 821 Duke street,
with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al
ways rented.
Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Duke street.con
taining 8 rooms and bath with 20 foot side lot fronting
on Duke street.
Two fine new two-story brick dwellings on north
Columbus street, Court House square, containing 8
room s each and every modern convenience. Ready
for occupancy.
Further particulars at my office.
John D. Normoyle,
CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS.
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.
GINGER ALES.
Cliquot Club.
U. S. Club.
Beaufont.
Gasman's
Palmer's.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
New Potomac
F mily
Roe
Herring.
50 Barrels
50 Halves
25 Quarters
100 Kits.
PRICE'S PACKING.
also 50 pails
HERRING ROE
90c each.
G. W. RAMSAY.
1 A.MOFFERING FOR SAI.K KXTl'.A
BR1STQW CREAMERY BUTTER
35c Pound.
I gaauaotee everjr pound to Rive aatla
raotlon. Preah and Bmokea Meata.
Qroceriea and Parm Produata of ??'?I
kinds. Telephone onlera gttren nrumpt
atteiuion. l'ree delivery.
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Qneen and Koyal streets.
'Phone, ?ell 86L, HomeSTW,
jyf' ly_
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greateat known Water for Dyspep
(ia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver
Troubles.
Leading Phyaiciana endorse it and tea
tify to its grcat merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist.
FOUNDBBfl ANI' MACH1M1W8
J.& H.Aitcheson
MACHIN1STS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Suppliea.
Pipc. Pipe Fittinfa. Valvea. Vc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a apecialty in repaira to
Gasoline Engincs. Motorcyclea and
Automobilcs.
Wcaolicit your ordera on all kinda of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone [53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE:]
514 Evana Buildine". Phone Main 7324
Alexandria National Bank
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFICERS
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Department.
Your Watch Will
NeverKeepCor
rcct Timc
if it needa cleanintf. Moat likely
that'a the reaaon it haa been loaing
time lately. Step in and let ua
look it over. We are ezperta in
watch repairintf. All |our work
i$ guaranteed. an 1 |our chartfea
are alwaya the loweat.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH|ROYAL|STREET. BELLPHONE 34S.
_#?
W. A. SMOOT & CO.. INC.
1.1'JIHER & MTLLWORK,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
- .?#????
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.*
120 .N. St. Asapb street. 18 00
1123 lHike street. 16 00
118 N. st. Aaapfa street. 14 00
211 N. Pitt street. 11 00
511 S. Henry street. 10 50
627 N. Henry street. 10 50
3S0 Oomaneaaa -treet.
ommefoi atraat. 8 oo
421 S. Alfmd street. 7 10
810 Wilkes street. S 00
606Wilkea street. 0 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. Also try lorne of |our |fine Imported Wiacafland |<Jin.
Lowenbach Bros.,
King and Alfred Street*.
Both Phonea.
ESTABLISHED 1870
THE RAMMEL CAFE
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
BOTH PHONES
Ftnest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies|
[all the Suram?r J

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