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gowns Here at $1. Material chosen for service. Trimming chosen for daintiness andservice too. No lackofvartetyatleast. A half dozen styles at $1.00, in Nainsook and cambric. Skimpiness in taboed in Rosenfeld s. Muslin Underwear Window Shades made to order, any sizeor color; also on hand all sizes and colors. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Rides j New Shows Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics je4 3m B.S.WH1T1XG, v\n\(.i l< TO^STW. ROB1NSON ATLAS CemenT MakesThe Best Concrete For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS. ALEXANDRIA, VA. -* -?"v^^s^'^s:'^!^-Sl"-^mCk,,u S0WCT Virginia SafeDeposit&TrustCorporatlon ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Paid in Capital. ?300.000. Authorized Capital. ?1.000.000._ D1RECTORS aound bankinf methods. intheGardenSub urb. Lots $200; Buy at the Start $10 cash. $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. ? Scientifically planned for refined people of mo-dcr ate means. ,_ Come Saturday or Sunday atternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses, ooured in steel moulds. __x.__ P LiveatVirginiaHighlandsandsavetimeandcarfo^ Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderbum and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Offlce. 62113th Street, Northwest ?Sjj Clip this ad; it leads the way. '1, An Overland Did It \Jiss Blatn he Stuart Bootl has just fintahed a croaaj eountry tour from New York to Bao Franciaco, baving drrven withont maacnline aid a model No. 38 Orerlan ! Car the wnok diatance orer deeerta and mountains, her only compan ion being a tady friend, thua demooatratinK to the worki that the Overland ia the moat wonderful combinattoo of mechaniem and eomfort in tho whole coun try; atmpleel and aauaieal to opeiate an.l ruljust. Twenty thousand of these cara sold this year. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street WKDNKSOAV EVKWING, AUO. W *AY* HE DAMWED MTWDAY ?CBOOL. Dr. Henry B. Downs, Speaker Cannon's only opponcnt in his own party for Oonfreaa, has issued a challenge to the speaker for a scrii - ol joint debates, to take place between September 5 and S.ptember 10. In his challenge Dr. Downs says he pro posea to affirm that Cannon's attltnde aa a poblie legislator has not been for the people, but ?n aerre aelf and the In Ua.mli, that inatead of serving his con stituents be has apaaat a long life in tbe accumulation of millions through the machinationa of politica, and that it is this money power upon which be leana as a staff to auppori his tottering foot steps again into oflice. Dr. Downi further says of Mr. Cannon that hehas darnned the Sunday school and anob bed the Methodist Kpiscopal Church and that becauee of this he is not worthy to represent the citizenship of his distriet in Con<: 80 far Speaker Cannon has rnade D0 reply to the ehallenge, and it is not thooght be will take any notice of it. striki'.ks ixf. DYaaMim Rioting. Moodahed and dynamite outrages canie as a result of the stnkc of miners employed by the IVnn-yl vania Coal Company at Old Forge late Monday night and yesterday morning. During tbe rioting Monday night Joseph Bolecci, aged 45, was shot through both wrists and Daniel Vern ardi reeeived l hullet in the rigbl leg. The shots were fired by state troopera who, after using their macos right and left on a crowd of miners, fotind it necessary to resort to rwrohreri when the crowd turned on them with chairs and clubs. Dynamite became the weapon used yesterday morning. At 2 o'cloek the strikers exploded a dynamite charge nnder the eight-inch steam pipo run ning from the Old Forge Colllery to the No. sahaft, amaahing it in aeenooa for somc distance. Four hoora later they exploded a charge under the irontttvUe close to No. 2 shaft. But they laidthe charge wrong and no datnage resulted to tho trestle. Several men arajW arrested. Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dfavroeha Romedv with JOU when starting <>n your trip this summer. It eannot be ob tained on board the trains or steainers. Changes of water and climate ofteti cause sudden attaeks of diarrhoea, and it is be?t to be prepared. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Bichard Gibson. QualitylceCream Ice Cream and Icesof all flavors and of the purest qualities ahvays on band or furnished to order. Special prices on large quantities Cakes and Pastry of all kinds and of the best qoality. HP|rt/,L 615 King St. ? DlOCn Both Phones. POTOMAC ACADEMY No. 212 North Waafalnffton Street. Alexandria. \ a. The fortv-seeond sessioii will <"in menee Scptembcr H. 1910. A fuil elaaal eal and matheinati.-al eourso tau-tit; also Frenoh Oonnan, Bpanlah, booa; kerping and tvpowriting. Oatai^ffUOB, irivini: full partioulars. sent upon appll eatlon. JOHN s. BLACKBURN. auglSoo lin_Prlnelpal. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Eatablished 1 792 We'vo got a janglo in the head just like a belfry ehimc. Aiui we ring our jinglobells beeauae Itfa gettintf time To open up tho safety valve and lot ofl this liltle rliynie. The elaeate mlnd may regard It all as just a lot of noiso, But there are miiid? not ejasslc aiuoiig ordinarv boys. It's elassie liinch we ofter you ao take froin it your jo\ k. Yes, Cameron Pairy Lunch Is our elas? sie; it appeals alike to all stonwichs and a happy stoniach makes a happy mind. Open all night 906 King Street AWFUL PAINS FULLY DESCRIBED A Lady or Pizarro Tells Story of Awful Sufferinfj That Cardui Finally Rclieved. Pizarro, Va.- :'I suffered for several years," writes Mrs. Dorma A. Smith, ''with that awful backache and the bear ingdown sensations, sofully described in your book. "I tried doctors and other medicines and found Iittle relief, until I was induced to try Wine of Cardui, when I found in stant relief and today 1 can her.rtily rccomrnend Cardui to all suffering women and think there is no other as good.'" In some instances, Cardui gives instant relief; in others, it may take a Iittle *ime. But in all cases of female trouble Cardui can be depended on to be of benefit, as it is a specific remedy for womcn and acts in a curative way on the womanly organs. As a general 1onic for women, to build up your strength. improve your appe tite, bring back rosy cheeks and tnake you look and fcel young and happy, nothing you can find will do so mucn for you as Cardui. Your druggist has it. N. B.-Wrtte to: Ladles" Advisorr Dept.. Chilta nooga Mcdicine Co., Chattanooca. Trnn., lor Sptrtal InsurutHofU. and 64-pacc book "Mome Trtatneal lor Women." ?nt ia pUiq wrajptr. oa requtU. .Ioi.n T. KoiilXSOX, C.EO. S. FRKXCH, i'rcsident. leeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and m \mi-.\( niu aa ov Fertiiizers, Fertilizer Matenals ( Sulphuric tcid. Ask your dcalcr for the Alexandria PertillrorandCnemlcal Co.'a Prodiuts. Capacity: 50.OO0 tons per annum. Prineeaa street and Potonjae Blver Wharf. Alexandria, Virginia. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING [Sp; oial). By order of the Board of 1>i roeton there will !?? a apocial meeting ofthe BtockholderaofTHEOOLUMBIA HOTEL OOldTANY at the otlice ofthe companv. 123 -oiitli Uoyal street. in thn city of Alexandria, state of Virginia, <>'. I'lil R8DAY, the ftrat day of Septem ber, I910,at lOflOa. m. ?\t tbta meeting the pnrpoee of tbe enlargemontofthe Hotel Kaleigh and addltiona thereto, aod the flnanalnc of the aame entered upon by the Board of Dlrectora under the authority given by the hy-lawa wil' bo submitted. WAI.I'I'.U s. HABBAN, SeereUary. jy2:i td_ BUILDING MATERIALS [KSTAlJUSIIKIi 1833.] HenryK.Field&Co., rjuooeaaoia to JOSiAII II. I>. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF AJA KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Ofleeand Yard 115N. fJnioa atraai Ia.lory N'o. 111 N L*e street. Ifaterial Dellvered PBJEB in tho city, Keep Cool Electrically Kl.einc ligbta do not heat up tbe room. Klectrie fans will bring tbe cool ing breesea of tbe eountry into your store or room. Klectrie irons have tbe heat centered OM place. and that is tbe plaee that is uscJ. Lot aa ghe vou ligures on itd cost. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Herbert Bldtf. The eompaiiies repreoented in thia offlee have aaaeta of over ?ioo,ooo,ooo. Auiong other- are: Hartford Fire InauranceCo. Liverpool H London &t Globe. j4r.tna Insurance Co. Northcrn Aasurance Co. Sprinfcfficld Fire 6f Marine. Promptattention given toadjustment ofloaaeaandall niattera conneetod with insurance. Phonc 28L Greenhouses S. Patrick St D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. guneral work prooiptty attended to. De Brered toall parta ofthe eity. BATIBFAOTXOM 0L'ARANTEED. feb.-J tf \ppalarhlan F.xpo?iti?n. Knowllle, Tenn.. lept l-2-<>rt. I'i. (ireath redueed fares account above ooeaalonon wua vi:i Bouthern Railway Bept 10 n> Oct 12, iiiclusive. from all ptineipai Virginia polnla, Inciudlng VVaahlngton, 1>. C Pinal ilmlt Oct la (aii on naaraatafentoTwrtte L. 8. Brown General Agent, 70515th street aorthwaat Waahington, D. C. for full partienlars about Btrea, aeoedulea, etc. The nirmilal Movable t'onference ofthe (;rand Order of odd Fellows (CM Baltlmore, Md., Hept. IZ-17. Qtaatiy redueed fares via Soiitheni Itailwav from priaelpal Virginia pointa account above oecaalon; datea of aale SeptenaberMh and loili. linai limi teml" aault agents or write i.. 8. Brown. General Agent, 705 Fifteenth atreet northWe-t, Washington, D. ?., for full particulan. FIKAWCIAL CtAItl.NKK I.. BoOTBfc I M B, I' M'.iow ? lent I Vice President First National Bank Alkxammua. Ya. Desigrnated Depository of the United States. OAFxTAl.1100.000 BURPLUS AM? I Nl'l\ IPKD PROFTTfJ.1175.000 Dinetora: B. L. BOOTHJC M. ?'? n \ i:(.?>\\ , (;. !?;. WARFIEU>, J. F. MUIR. WAI.TKK ROBERTS, B. BAER, Ja., PRANCISL. SV "" BBTABLJ8HED 1MB. Burke & Herbert Modernly eqiiipped for banking in wfooa brancbaa. Ii.posites re.-oiv.d lUbjeot to cheok at si.'lu. ?SoUecttona made .>" all polnta. High-grade invostiiiont so.-uritios bongntand sold. I.etters of Credtt and loreigu i.x ebange furnlahed. Bafe Depoail Bozea lor r.'iit. ASaringa Departmeul ln whleh In tereet laaBowed on dep. 14 Per Cent Investment on King Street. Good BoUding, 80 tttH arldn, atoreand i tlats, all rented. Out oftOtrn owner inusl wlL Here is your ehanee. SEE F. L Slaymaker, 313 KingSt. THE ROSEMONT MAN. augU tf V rjtoiNIA?Ia ihe Ctork'e Otnoe ol ihe Oorperation Court of the City ol Alexandria, <'i' Ihe 29th day of .luly, 1910: Jeeale Qtry tlllrngame vs. Daniel K. PiUtnganM. In enaneery. Meino. The objeeto- this suit is to ol> tain for tbe OOnipl.iina.it an abaolute <li roree from tbe defendant on the ground of will liil deaertlon and abandonment fora period ofmore than three yeara be fore the bringlng of thia ault, and for general rellet , ..... it appearing by an affldavll flled hn thiseau.se that thedefendant, l?ani.-l B. Fllllneame, i~a non-realdenl <>i thlaotate: li laOrdered,That aaid defendant ap pear bere wlthin flfteen daya after due publi.-atmn of this order. and d() What 8 aecessary to protect bia lntereat ln thia lolt, and that a eopy of thia order be fortbwltb Inaerted In the Alexandria t,.. a newnaper publlahed m ne City Of Alexandria. mnea we. k ?rfOUr lueoeaaive weeka,and poatedat the front deoi <.r the Conrt Bonae of thli mj. ?'x^l.'K^^KKKNAWAV.Clerk. (harles ilendlieiiil, p. (j. IjTM wlw-f John Ahern & Co., Qotnef Prtnee and Oommeree Btnaeta, WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCERS and dealera ln PURE W1NES AND LIQUORS. Countrv produeo ree.-ived daily. 0? Itoek Of I'Mai.i and Fan.-y (iro.-.ries eni bracea everythlnf to be bad \v thiallne. We hold largely ln United Statea bond ...1 warehouaeandearry In itoe* rartoua i.nin.is of the beal PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Ilaveal-oin atore superior grades of Foroign and Ameriean WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. Wc NatisfaetioiHiuarantoedas to 1'rieeand Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., x. B.OornerCameron and BoytJ Btreeta. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commisaion Merchanta and ilealeia In ALL K1NDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand Blhaon'a XX. XNX, XX XX and Pure Old Rye.Old Gablnet and Monogram Whlaklea; aJao Ba andThompaon'a Pure Rye Whlaklea, to wbkththey Inrtte the ittenJ?n> oi the Orders from the eountry for inenhan diae ahall reoelve prompt attenuon. Oonabrnmenta of Pkmr, Oraln and Countrv l'rodu.-e aollclted, for wnicn they cuarantee the hbjbeatniarkel | and prompt returna. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS omoi anp stouks: livin N"- noTaiar. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul tural Implementa.Vehiclea.Harneaa. Field and Gardcn Seeda. wakf.hoiski. sorni inion BTBUaWT, on I.INK 0* SOl TIIKHN RAII.WAV. Also Graln, Hay, Straw andallkindsof Mill Feed Will atwaya keap In stock the highest j;rade ofthe'se arti'des. Pure Fooil Storc. Refreshing Drinks Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Vir%inia. Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer. $1.25 per caae 24 bottles. Call. phone. or write. St. Aaaph and Oronoco Streeta. WANTKD. A good WHITE MAN for the BtaMe t Kaveuswortb. WL*" to Mrs. I.KK. Burke, VlrginU. marll U BAILBOADB Southern Railway. Trains leave Cnion Station. Alexandria. in efleet Juae 13,1910. . N B.?FoBowing achedule flgurea pun lishedonlyaa information, and are not *?T??L Lai.v local bctweenV Stop-onlv rorpasseiiKcrs for poinis south a which seheduled to atop. Ftrat olaaa eoaobea; aleeping oara t<> Blrmlngham and diawing room aleeplng cara to New Orleana Idnintf carseryiee. II 17 \ M -Pailv ?Mailtraui. Coacbea for yianaaaaa.Charfotteavllle.Lynchburg, l?a nviBe and Qreengboro. Bleeplng eara Greenaboro to Atlan.a. 4:17 P. M.- Week days?Loeal lor \\ar renton and Harrlaonburg. p \I. Dailv?Birininghain apec _1. Bleeplng oara betweon New York, kucuata Alken and Jackaonvllle. Sloeper to Blrmlngham, Tbrough flrat claaa eoachea between Waahington and mville. Dlnlngcaraervloe. Tour ist toCalifornia foiir times wecklv. p m. vVeek daya- Local ror Hai rtaonburgandway atatiooa oo Mai braneh. Pullman i.uilet parlorear. 5_ i'. M- Dafly -Loeal for Wairen (on and G_riottesvtUe. 1027 i". at?Dally?Waahington and Cbattanooeja Limited (vfa Lynobburg). rir-; claaa ooaeh and Bleepjng eara to Roanoke, Knoxvillc and Chattanooga Bleeper to New Orleana, Waahington t< Roanoke. Dinlag earaerviee. Il_2 IV M- Dailv- New Vork. Atlanta and New Orleana Limited. All Pullman li-ain. elub and observatlon cars to New Orleana. Bleeplng <-ars to Aahevllle, Atlanta, Maeon and New Orleana Bleep? lng '?:"- to i harlolte. Dlnlng car -eivice. \. M. Dailj Memphis spivial. Bleeplng oara and ooaohea ror Roanoke. Knoxville. Na-hville. ('hatlanoo-ja and Mcmphia. Dlnlng oar Bervice. Waah? ington aleeplng eara open I0?0 P, M. rhrough tralnafroin the aouth airlve al Alexandria 6.-13 and 028 and 1021 a m. j.i:i. 7:.'-. 10:13and 1146 P. M.daily, Uar rlaonbnrg 1138 A. M. week dayi and 9:13 P. M. dailv. From CliarloUesville B_8 A. M. TKAINS ON BLUEMONT BBANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. >V 0. Stationi week daya at 832 A. M., 1:40, 128,and 5tf6 P, M. for Bluemont; 836 P. M. week daya for Leeaburg;5:18 P. M. daily fbr Bluemont and 9:02 and9_ A. M..loeal, and :'.irJ A. M. (I.td. on Sundays only for Bluemont Fordetalled achedule flgurea, tieketa. PuUman reaorvation, et<-.. apply t?> WILLIAM ii. LF.IIFW. Cnion Ttcket Agent, Alexandria, Va. F. II. OuAPMAN, General Manager. s. II. UARDWICK, Paaa I'raf. But. II. F.CARY.General Paaaenger Agent L. s. BROWN, General Agent, Waahington, I>. <'. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. in efleet May 1,1910. I.l'.VVi: A1.I..V VM'UIA. PorWaahington, from eorner Prineo and Boyal atreota, week daya, at B a), 506, 0 30, 8 30, 8 K>, 6 55, 7 0.">. 7 15, 7 30, 7 10, 7 60, S 00, - 15, 8 25, 8 35, - 50, 9 10, 9 30, 0 60, 10 10. 1030, 1050, II 10, II 26, II 30, 11 BO a. m., 12 10, 1226, 1230, 1260, 1 10, l :?'; I 80 1 60, 2 10, Z 26, -2 :?. -J 60, 3 05, :i i">. :i 36, 3 BO, I 10, I 26, i 30, l 10, l 55, 5 10, ?"> i".. 5 :<.",..", 50, 6 06, 6 20, 8 30, 0 46, 7 00, 7 15, 7 25, 8 00, 8 30, 800,930, 1000, 1080, II in and II 66 p. m Bundays?700,786, 810, 820, B40, 800. 920,9 10, 1000. 1020, 10 K>, II 00, II 20 and 11 Hia. m.. 1200m.. 1220, 13 lo. 100, 1 20, 1 to. 2 00, 2 20, 2 10. 800, ?'! 20, :t l". . 00, . 20, I lo, 500, 520, 6 lo. 800, 620, 640, 700, 720. 740, 800, 830, 900, :?:?', 1000, 10 3uand lllOp. m. for MorxT vnaarow. Leave Alexandria for Mouut Vernon week davs.at S !?".. 666. 7 .VI. 861, 1025, II 26a ni.. 1225, 1 26, 226, 330, I 10, 535, 830, 7 35" 860, 960, 1060and II 60 p. m. Sundaya 700, 880, 080, 1089, n 80 a. in.. 1280, 130,230,889, 489,680,680.789, - Kj and 10 18 p. ni. _ Washington Southern Ry. Schedule in efleet May 16, 1910. Traina leave Union Station for Waah? ington and pointa north at 7 43, vn-, 8 23 and B32a. m., 1201,189, 807, - 18and 1133p. ni.. dailv. For Frederlckaburg, Riebmood and pointa aouth at 4 37,7 63 (looalj and 1022 a. m.. 12 16, -1 22, 0 17 (local i 7 42 and 9 67 ]>. in. Aooommodatlon for Frederickaburgat 11 13 a. m.. dailv. On week days ihis train runs througn t<> Milford. Noi i:: Time ol'armaUand departures and eonneotiona not guaranteed. W. P. TAYLOB, Trafflc Manager. Riohmonu, Va virginia Herae Bhowl iiho. southern Railway bega to announce that low round trip fltrea have been au thorixed on aeoouni of the roOowing H or-c SIiowb: Front Boyal HoraeShow.Fronl Royal, \ i.. Auguat 16-17. Warreiilon Horse Show, \\ arreiiton. \ a.. Augual 31-September l. For further Information concernlng anthoriied, territory from which kpplying,dateaofaale,flnal limit. etc, iaii 'upon neareat Southern Railway agent_ Williams "Empress" Floating Bath Soap Best for the Bath. Special, 6 cakes for 25c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. IC E lliial Iee Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Iee. Carload Lota and Country Ordera s Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble. clear aa cryatal. OFFICE Cameron and Cnion strecta, Alexandria, Bell Telephone No. 51. Jyi-s tf_ Colonial Beach, Va* - Woodlawn - Second Street from Boat Landing. Mrs, S. Tasker, Prop, ?.?.?.'.? i^Rat w.idlns fatQ 1 a haijjtt,, A Henry Geame j,-=Sr^f3 ?.-'fiV-.--' .w-r>:-.v.v needs VOm wm \t.n NUI DI8TRIR1 TII1IS, Wm. Deiches & Sons, WASHINt.TON, I). t', A Good Cigar promotea tranqaility and Ia a aource of eonifort to the amoker. It ahouW be made of clean tobacco and under an?|. tary conditiontj. That's the Kind of eigar that we inamifaeture. Our branda are tbe baet upon the nnrkM and ahould be handled by atory rtt:lil dealcr. Ol?e us a, trial order. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St Why Swelter in lown? When you might be living in one of those cool, comfortable, up-to-date homes in ROSEMONT They have every modern sanitary conven ience, with wide porches and green lawns on all sides. Terms Right. Prices Right. Ask any residents of Rosemont and they will tell you how delightful a place it is. DAILY DELIVERIES OF MERCHANDISE AND ICE. 3c CAR FARE. WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK? Come out any evening and let me show you these beautiful homes. F.L.SLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. Snappy Bargain in Silks. Tweive Dress Patterns Satin Finish Silk Foulards, l2tol5!yard lengths. Former Price, 69c For 39c Yard. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET.