ALEXAISTDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVEXING, AUGUST 26, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
youmi: CXI.--XO. 202
OF MEDICINE iTCaTCS
8TUART M jQUIRE. M. D. PncsiDtNT
New building under constniction, tbe gift of
the people ol Richmond.
Admirabie lai-oralory buttding for temporary
use?Urge, bn^ht, convenient.
Otrn one Hospiul, use fourothers for U
MOOCRN LABORATORY METHODS.
MemHer Auooatioi. of Amcrican Medic.il Col
11 New Vork. High itanding.
1 uition and expenscs moderatc.
8EN0 FOR CATALOGUE AND
j Randolph-Macon Oollege
Dclirfitfnl ai.d hrftlttifiil lora.
tlon, 11 nulen northof jci> Imiond.
Jleai.tifnl Cunpu*. JlolerUe
ehargcg owing toeiidowmeuls.
K. K. BJukw.ll. A.I., LL.D., It.?.
Wm. 8. Vrora, bee'y *?? Trtu, ,"7y
Episcopal High School
, Al xandria. Ya. FOB BOYR
The .'nd year opeoa BEPTEMBBH 2r\
1010. < .talogue aeat
U M BL V.CKPORD, LL. 1'.. Prlnelnal.
\ R. HOXTON, li. A
Iyrid-tw2m A-si.eiate Prlnolpal.
SL Aime's Episcopa! School for Girls
(11 \e.l on i-vii l. . V v.
Opena Sentember 30th. Full oorpa of
teaehera Preparatory and Academio
Dcnartmenta. Miraic, Languagea, Art.
Mi- MARY IIVHKIU VAL,
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
215 Noril. Waahlogton Street,
M.l \ XM'lll V. V.\.
Opena 8eptcmber22, 1910, In addltion
totneuanal eotiroe of atudy :. oteaa In
xUno/raphv nnd typewritlng "ill l><
formra. ('ataloKU.es ai Leadbeater'a and
Allen'a drug utorea and after Beptember
tsl at the ie-iileiue
Mi-. A. M < IIAMM.KK.
aie.rJJ t-.ell l'rillei|>lil.
| ., . n .|:,v in :h.- \ i-.ir for Kort Mon
\ nioik. N'ewport Veus and pointa
-uiitli.ivia sii|>erl>. pouerful steel jalaee
Leave Waahlnrton.C. r> p. m.
Ak-xandrla 7.00 p. m.
Arrive li. Monroos 7.00a m.
Arrive Norfolk H-OOa. m.
I'ortxmonth ?.00a. m.
Portsinouth '?.'>? p. m.
1 . ; irfolk 0.00 i>. iii.
l,,-i\ ii Monroe 7.m> p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 8.30 a. ra.
Arrive Waahlngton 7.00a "i.
,ii.|i eonneetlona made :it Norfolk
with -leiitn.i- of U.e <>ld Dpminlon
ishi|i c.iMi|ian\ for New ^ ork and
iaiits' and Mlner'a Rteamahlpa for
(teiie'ral Tlckel i ifneo, 730 l nli st.X.W.
Bond Butlding. Waahington, l>- C.
Phone Main IM >.
s.veittl. street wharf. Phone Main 3700.
Mexandrla wharf fool of Prlnee atreet.
\\. 1I.CAI.1.A11 W
Bprl lyr Oeneral Pajwcnjter Agont
Akxandria's Favorite Salt Water
Stcamers daily at 9:30 a. m. except
MonJay and special wcck-end tripa.
Steamcr ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT
Steamcr QUEEN ANNE 6=30 p. m.
Steimer ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m.
Rcturnmsf leave Colonial Beach 12
midnitfht Saturday. 5 and b p. m. Sun
day. Other day* b p. m.
Bathintf. Boating. Crabbing: Fishmtf
the fincst cscr.
FARE ROUND TR1P: One day
ticket. 50c. Season ticket. il.OO.
Reardon and Grimes Wharf.
Foot of Cameron Street.
Maryland Delaware and Vir
ginia Railway Company.
Btearnera ot thia line leave Alexandria
on andafter May 15, 1910,
Fv.rv MONDAY, WEDXESDAY and
" BATURD W at taop. m.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL TIIK
ISl'Ab IUVKH LAXDIXOS.
Culainc aml appolntmenta unexcelled.
Frelghl for Baltlmore, Phlladelphla
lud N'T>W York soli.iled and han.lled
vrtth earc Through ratea and biUa of
v fare to Baltlmore, 12.50; round
tri| . (R..V0; -taterooius, one way. 81.50.
R] IRDON A ORIMES, Agenta,
Foot ..I"( ameron atreet
SflfoeUre afaj ?, an v
Leavea Alexandria at 6 p. ru. en aton
-iil \\ e,lne-da> for Parhani's Polnt
and lnuer river UUldinga. U.-mrn early
Weilne-day and I'rida\ raorning. I.eave
Saiur.lav ai'.':i m. f<>r Komlni and iuier
ine.iiate btndings, returatng Sundajr
alKiut '. i'. m
i.eavefaVaadajr, rueaday andThuraday
Bt9a.rn.for V/irt'a wharf and all Inter
mediate landinga. Returning leaveWlrt'a
wharf at ?'? a. in. the following day and
Brrirtagal Alexandria :ii>< al t p. m,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foo! ofCameron Btn
latepboaaKo. 50. jelt lyr
PUBL18HBD DAII.V AND Tltl-WKKKLY AT
OAZETTE BUILDINO, 810 and 812
[Enteredatthe Poetoffleeof Alexandria.
Yirginia. as s.-eond-<-lass matter.]
Tkums: Dally i rear, $?">.<?>: 6 montha,
12,60; :: montha, 81.26: l month,49 eenta
1 week, In eelits
Tri-weeklv -I vear, $3.00: 0 nionthK
8L50: 8 moiiths. 75 eents; 1 month. 88
"..ntniet adveitisers will not l.e aHowed
to exeeed thelrapaoe unleaa the i
is pald f?r ai tranalent ratea, and under
no eircumatancea will they be allowajl
to Bdvertlae other than theli legltl
uiate l-usim-s in thespace contraetcd
r"r- . , ., i
Itesolutioiis In meinoiiam. or tlianks.
tributeaofreapect, reaolutiona adopteti
hv aocletlea or peraona,unleBa of publie
eoneern. will l.e priiit'-d in the pap.ir
Btrange tbinga are aaan, atraoge
worda an- beard thia week at Beulah
Park, Cleveland, Ohk) where the an
nual Boaaiona of tlin Cbriatian .Mis-iun
ary Alliance are being beld. The gift
of looguee has been received, delegatee
proclaim; tbe pentecoei has again been
The great tent in which the sessioiis
are beld was hurriedly ei))i>tied \Yed
nesdav afternoon when the strange
gift waa bellered to bave falleo to the
loi of one of tbeir number. Prayer
meetiog was iarprogreaa. The reverenl
intonationa of the apeaker of tbe oaoet
ing auddenly were interrapted by a
piercing acrearo. A ntao, aitting well
towar.l the back of the audienee
aprang to his fe.t. one ann upraiaed,
bia indei finger poioting lowarda tbe
sky. It was he who bad uttered tbe
The aaaembbage was stilled. Tbeo
the man. poaeeaaed by ? reHgioua
freii/v, broke the aileoce, apeoking
rapidly, excitedly, hia arm atill poiot?
Kvery cyc was turned in his diic
tion, No one understood what tbe
man was saying. He apoke in
atrange toogue, if toogue it was, on
imelligible syllal.l.s tin.ling vent in I
iluw of iocoherent utteraoce.
'Tt's the gift uf tongues," ihe people
whispered. one t.? another, tbeir ga/c
tixed on ihe apeaker. "It has coroe
again. It'a the gifl of tongues:"
The apeaker. bia gaxe intently flxed
apparentl) on apace, took no beed
,.f his neighbor. II.- talked rapidly,
lieie.lv. I>iil of whal he talked and to
tvliinii he talked none knew nor un.ler
The side wall of the tent was hurriedly
low. red. The aasenibfed congregatkm,
awe stri.keii. .piieted, liled out from
the pla.v. glaneing iineasily over tbeir
sliouldei- as they w.nt. On.- iroman
was left With the ligure standing in the
tent..tionleaaaave for ihe movementa
ofhia lipa. II.- bad received ihe "gift
,.f tongues." they said. He inust not be
For Io minutea the man talked in a
toogue which none before bad beard.
Theii he eollasped. overeonie hy the
fren/v whieh liad sei/e 1 hiin.
ISut the "gift" is not ihe ODly
ligniflcanl feature of the daily pro
eramme, for people are heal.-d, tbe
delcgatea believe, of all diaeaae, oo
matter what. At the oioae of the stir
ring addres-e- YYe.lncsda.'. afternoon
hy ReV. .1. Hudson Ballard, an in
ritatioo araaexteoded toaJI who wiah
ed to he anoint.d with oil and healed
to retire to a rooni in one eojiier
<,f th.- tabernacle. Abotri 25 re
This aervice was ooodooted by
Rev. Jobfl Salmon, of Torooto,
Ai.oiit .'(i kneeled and received the
aoointing. It was an impreaaire
aight Ou ? man . arried ihe bottk of
oil and two oihers took turns in offer
ing prayer. i'h.y aaaured tbe patienta
that no matter what the dis.ase.
whother il were 'Uubercukxda, tvmor,
n.-ives oi any other ailnient." they
COuld all he healed.
One woman, a eripple and unahle to
walk, was duly aooioted, and prayeis
were aaid f..r her recovery, but it was
a DOticeable fa.t that she did not get
up and walk.
Bampk Shoea, worth $5.00, $6.00
and $7.00; your choicc, $2.24. See
our windowk. J. A. Marahall & Bro.,,
t92 Kintf afeet
One woaaan aeriooaly .shot, tlircc
strikebreakers badly beaten, a number
of minor aaaaurta perpetrated and tbe
aircst upon the ihargc of feloiiiou> a
aaull ol Heory D. Mocgao, the high
aalaried refinery etaader, were inei
denta in the rogat atrika In New York
Tbe shooting of tbe wonian was an
unintentional episode in an attaek up?
on Ruaao Hogo by ? band of Btriken
Bhortly after be bad aterted home from
tbe Williamsbnrg refinery.
Dogo baa been working for six weeks
sime 2,000 mCB walked out. He was
Moortedby two special poUoamen for
.1 bloeks, btit M soon a- tbey left
hitn strikers sprang from around.
DogO was down on bis knees taking a
terrible beating from the men. who
u-ed elubs and stricks. when suddeiily
a revolver waa drawn?by IK>go. it is
aileged?and Mrs. Ray Gewitz felJ witb
B bullet in ber left leg.
Polioe put both Mrs. Gewitz and
l)ogo in the patrol Wtfoa and took
them to a bospital.
1 -iiis Peimer and Frank Bennerd,
strikebreakers. later aterted home and
cot as far as tbe park under the Wil
liamsburg bridge. when tbey were at
laokod by a bai'd of strikers lying in
.vait Itebind a pier.
Tbe men were badly beaten before
polieemao diaperaedthe band and ar
roatcd the assailants.
SHE CJIVES IP WAHHTI l?.
The Paeific eoast as a field for lucra
t ve ebdeavat i9 praised beyond meas:
Are the easiest made and most de
licious everaerved by the fin<-st eoi ep,
Simply Btir the powder intomilk,
lx>il a few minutes, and it's done.
Any one can do it. Directions printed
Ice Cream made from Jell-O Ice
Cream Powder costs only one cent a
Plavow i Vanilla, Strawberry,
Lemon, Ohocolate, und Unflavored.
41 Grocen', 2 amcImbm 23 etata.
Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Ad
ure by Mrs. Celia Backer, who took in
waahing al Boaton for several years to
Buppmi ber seven ebildren, after the
diaappearance of ber huefcand, A. S.
l.a.-t .luiie, taking tbe Up of a rcla
Uve Who bad visited Seattle witb a tbe
atrieal eompany. Mrs. Baeker located
her husband there as the proprietor of
a fruit and ruiifeetionery st.re, He is
now wortb, abe nyi, tfJO.OOO.
Conferenees betwun tbe bn.sband and
tbe wife's attomey resutted in tbe uv
deratanding thal the bnaband did not
careto go back to Boaton, and that he
was willing to give about $10,000 to
his uife UPOn ber agtveineiit nol to
conteat . drvorce Buit Tbe agreement
waa indotaad by attomey. for Mrs.
Backer, and the huaband now baa the
Ineluded witbin It. provkdoo. as or
dered by Judge vVUaon R. Qay h the
granting ol approximalely $10,(KH)
wortb of property In Lo. Angeteate
Mr-. Backer, who will now Eoraake the
waahtub and live in comfort
|M|t|lllMV(. tW < KI>1I\AI>.
Bxocutive clomency manifeajting it
si If in the pardon of niimeroiis erimi
nals seiiteneed to the guillotine, is
likely to bringan "Intorpellation" ol
President Fallierea at tbe aextaeaaioa
of the Freneb eliamber of deputies.
Public Indignation Ia ao bigh overthe
recenl cdmmutetioti of tbe death aen
tenoe ol lodi cold blooded aaaaaaio. thal
aeveral deputlea annouoced yesterday
tbai tbey will demand that the presi?
Cbamberlain's Stomacb and Liver
Tableta ejently stimulate 'be liver and
bowela t<. expel poiaonou. matter,
eleanse tbe system, eure roiistipatioii
and Btck beailaehe. Bold by \\ . K.
Creighton and Hiebard tiibson.
ril'TY YKAU*' KXl'KKIKNTKOF
AN lU.l) NIKSK.
Mr-. vTlnafow'aSoothlng Syrup is tbe
preserlptlon of one of tbe beat femalo
pbyaletena and nuraea Ia ttie Ualted
Bteten, aad has been need for (ifty years
with nererdalllag aueeeaa by millionsoi
mothera fottheir ehlMrea. it ratterea
the ehild from pain, eures diarrhoea,
griplng In tbe bowela, and wind colie.
Bj glving health to the ehild it resta the
mothor. Twnntv-fiv? conts a bottle.
When the digeetion ia all right, the
actioo of tbe bowela regulgr, there ia a
a natural craving and reliab for food
When Ihis is lacking you may know
that you need adoaeof Cbamberhvn'a
Btomach and Lifer Tahh-ts. They
Btrengtheo th<- digeative organe, im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowela. Bold by W. P. Oreighton and
\\ KKK KNDTHKF.TS.
Loeal week end ti.kets Washington to
s..-i-et. Warrenton. Ilarrlaenburg,
Bluemonl and Intennediate atatlona aotu
on Baturdayaand Bundaya, valid forre
tuni on M.'.ndav Bt very low fares. will
benlaoedon aale by Southern Railway
at Washington.Ii. <\, Ix-ginning SATFH
DAY, May 28tb, and eontinuing until
Oetoher J. inelusive.
L. S. HHOWX.Gcnoral Agent
Take Advantage of
Reduced Prices on
Solid Oak Bedroom
Oak Chiffonier, $5.25
Neat Princess Dress
Oak Chiffonier with
French p 1 a t e glass,
M. Ruben & Sons*
601 KING STREET.
l.eadin ater's guaranteed Oherrv Cough
Kemedy to cure eoughs. Wedon'tsay
oryoiir money back, because there a
no need. It curej: 25o bottle.
Flremt'iiN Annual t'olebration, Alexan?
dria, Va? August Slth-*?tb, l?lil.
Yerv low round tripfares via Southern
Ratlwaj from all Vliirintapointaaeeount
above oeeasion: dates of sale August ?.
23, M and 25, tinal limit August 9th, 1910.
For flre eompanlea In unifonn fares on
i.a-i- oneeeut per mi'.e. Oonanlt agenu
or write L. S. Hrown. tSeueral Ag?nl. 705
Fifteeuth street. uorthwest.Washlngton,
D. C, for fuli particulars.
6 and 8 oz.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
For Iced Tea
Use My 50c Mixed Tea.
It is BETTER
Than you can buy at 75c
G. W. RAMSAY.
also 50 pails
G. W. RAMSAY.
AM 0FPERINQ POR BALE BXTRA
BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER
I gaauaatee aa ety pound to give satia
fa.-tion. Freafa and Smoked Meats,
Oroeeriea and Farm Produeta of tdi
kinds. Telephone orders given prompt
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Qu.-en and Itoyal stroota.
I'lioii.-. Bell BL, Hoinc87W.
Greatest known Water for Dyapep
aia. Indigcstion. Kidney and Liver
Lcading Phyaiciana endorjc it and te?
tify to its great merit.
FOUNDKKS AND MAf'llINKrS
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Enfineer and Machiniata' Suppliea.
Pipc. Pipe Fittingi. Valvea. Vc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
3M1TH AND STRUCTURAL
|We make a apecialty in repaira to
Caaoline Enginca. Motorcyclea and
Wc aolicit your ordera on all kinda of
514 Evana Building. Phone Majn|?324
iGET READY FOR THE |]
Visit Kaufmann Bros.
The place that has the up-to-date Clothing,
Hatsand Furnishings. See the Arrow Collars,
2 for 25 c. The new shapes, stylish and com
| 402-405 King Street.
Another CII ISSZ
Big Sale of 01 LIVO#
Drcss lengths Figured Taffeta Silk Foulards, plain
shades Rough Silk Pongees and Fancy Jacquard Silks,
values ranging from 49c to 69c, on front bargain table
Choice 25c Yd.
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
KING AND PITT STREETS.
Close at 1 o'Clock
Telephone and mail orders receive prompt and careful
Store will close tomorrow, Thursday at one o'clock
on account of the firemen's parade.
Sale of remnants today and up to closing time to?
morrow. Splendid bargains in all departments.
Standard Patterns. each 10c and 15c
Cozysixroom brick dwelling, 821 Duke street,
with all modern improvements. Good conditton. Al
ways rented. __ _ . _. ,
Desirable brick dwelling No. 904Dukestreet,con
taining 8 rooms and bath with 20 foot side lot fronting
on Duke street. . . ?
Two fine new two-story brick dwelhngs on north
Columbus street, Court House square, containing 8
rooms each and every modern convenience. Ready
Further particulars at my office.
John D. IMormoyle,
CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS.^
Alexandria National Bank
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and proiits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial &, Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Your Watch Will
if it needs cleaning. Moit likely
that's the reason it has been loaing
timc lately. Step in and Ict ua
look it over. We are experts in
watch repairing. All |our work
is guaranteed. an 1 |our cbargea
are always the loweat.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYA1.JSTREET.
^ - ?
BELL PHONE 34:
W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC.
LUMBEB & MILLWORK,
CLEARANCE SALE OF
We will positively sell all broken lots at priccs
REGARDLESS OF COST.
^b |\/X Z 4o? king street
817 Prinee street. .$-'2 50 647 N. Henry Btreet. 10 50
120 X. Bt. aaaphatreet. 18 OW880 Coaamefo. street.
1128 Duke Btreet. 10 00(828 Oommeaoe street. 8 00
11S N. St aaapfa Mrert. H 00 421 B. Alfred street. 7 50
818 N. Pitt Btreet. 11 00 ] MO Wilkes street. 5 00
511 B. Henry itreel. 1" 50 506 Wiikes street. 6 00
Several Comfortable Houses for Sale.
REALTY, INSURANCE, BOND1NG.
If You Want a Good Medicioal Rye Whtsky?the Right Kind?
if what you want. Al*of|try| wrat |of our| hne Importcd Wiaea and Gin.
Kintf and Alfred Streeta. Both Phone*.
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THE RAMMEL CAFE
? i ii ii ? i
Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES
(Finest Table Wines, Clarets and BurgundtesJ
|all the Summer.]
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