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..!???_;??-?? * ALEXANDKIA. VA., MOXDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBEK 5, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.--NO. 210 BCH00L8._ St. Mary's Academy ,-.om:i.im. sm? DAt BC1.? rOB VOiM. KntireU modern in bulWina; andedu oational methoda. Aoademicand Mualc deparumnts offer eaceptlonal ?avan i ,r <eeiirin_' a romplctc hORjian aml .Muaieal educatlon tWinerelaldo ,,rtiuentto l,t n.r offlee wort a apeo fchy. Posltiou* aecured when p.piL areTt.rei.ared. Splendld inlelle.-lual ad van ?,' i-ined to relined H.rist.an SK_ Roysundor twelve admltted today MhoolVallorwriteforoatalogue THE / is! ER8 OF THE HOLYCROS8 auu'-' 1'!' _ Episcopal High School ,r Ale\:tndri;i. Ya. PXMR BOY& The T.'nd v.-ar OMB* SEPTEMB1 fsio. Catalogue aeat 1 M BLACKFOBD, L__ D., Prln A. R IIOXTON, B. A.. jvl.d-iv. .m \- ? ''?-? PrinelpaL St. Anne's Episcopal School tor Girls ( ii.viii.oi iovii.i.i:. V \ Opena Beptember 3Mb. Pull aorpa of te.el.ers Preparatory and Aeade.n.e ,,,,,,, Mualc. faneuages An. 1 MiaaMARY HYDED1 \ AL. ;n, ____ Priaeipai Arlington Institute A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS :\:, Korth Waabtafton street. Al.lA'AM.IUA. VA. Opena Beptember 22, IMO. fnaddltion to ihe uaual eourae <>f atudy ?:? etaaa ... rrauhy and typewritfn. wlll ?><; r,,ruied. Oatalojrues at Leadbcator8WKl Allcn'a drus atoreaand alter Beptember i i a tin- re.ldenee. ._ Mlsa A. M. ( II AM'l-ll :,,,--:: t...ii .Priaeipai. joiiv I'. UomVaos, <;'" B. Pbksch, Preaklent. retBiy. Alexandria Fertilizer and XAM l'\ei i Rl i: Fertilizers. Fertilizer Malenals and Sulphuric Acid. Ask yOUT dealer for the Alexandria J-'erlili/:r and riieinie.il Co.'s l'roduets. Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum. Prlnceaa Btreet and Pototnae Rlver Wharf M.-vind.ia. \ inrinJa. 14 Per Cent Investment on King Street. Good Building, 80 feel wide. atore and 1 liat-, all lellted. Out of town owner inuat s.-ll. Here Ia your chance. SEE F. L. Slaymaker, 313 KingSt. THE ROSEMONT MAN. auK;:it ICE Mutual lee Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in lee. Carload Lots and Country Ordcra a Specialty. Mico Water Exccptionally pure. deliciously palata blcjclcar aa cryatal. olTICK Cameron and Cnion streets. Alexandria. Bcll Telephone No. 51. J> 18 tl US Kugllieer Ofttee, 920 17lli street. ? V w . Washington, D. c. Aug. 28, 10, Sealcd propoaaua ifor dredgtng In Potomac Rlvcr at Alexandria, Va.. and at LowcrCodar Polnt, MtL.andln Upper Machodoe an.l Dymora Creeks. \ a., will ,-ived bore until 12 M . September 22,1910, and tben publlely opened. in? formation on applieatlon. W. C. Lawo i ii i. Ll Ool. Kngrs. aug-'l.-?'.-.;.-".sep'Jd.-l THE annual meeting of tbe Btock holdcra ofthe \ Kl.I Nt ? ToN BREW ING coMl'ANV will be beld at the of floeofthe compam Roaalyn, Virginia, on TUE8PAY. September 13,1910, al 10 k a. in.. for the purpoee ofeleotlng direotora and for the tranaaotloo of aucn other busineaa a* may properly be tiroughl I. lore said nieeting. AR1 IN'' l"N BREW1NQ < oMPANV. kug2?ul \r.i Kino,Secretary, VIRQIN1 v In the > lerk'a OfAee of tbe Corporatlon t ourt of the Cltj ol .M, \ indria. on the :Ust da\ ol Auguat, 1910. Annle M. Gordoo va. ThomaaH.Goa> doii. In ehancerv. M.nio. Theobjeetofthia aultiatoob taln a dlvoree a menaa et tboro for the coniplainanl In m ihe defendant on the ground of dc-erlion and t'..r general re it appearing by an amdavlt iiie.i In thlacauae thal we defendant, Thomaa ll. Oordon, is a non*reaiden1 of this Sta'.- : It laOrdered: That aaid defendant aj? peai hcre wilhin liflecn davs after due pilblieation of" this order. and do what is neoeaaary to proteet hi* latereel Ia this Sllit. and that B copv ol this order be forthwith inaertod In the Alexandria tte.a newspap.i- publlahedin the Cltj Of Alexandria. onoe a week for fOUl su.vi^a.- wecka, and poated at the front >r the Court Houae Of this city. \ Ti -te. NK\ i l.l. s OR] i:\AWAY, Clerk. Charles Bendheim, p. o, n,ig:;: wiw-w la-adbeaicr's guarantecd (iierrv Cough Remedyta eure oongha. Wedou'taay ..ryoiir money baek. beeauae there'a nonoed. It curea: ^'jc botUe. ^le^niria (focatttt. I'l'lll.blini DA1-Y AND T1U-WKKKI.Y AT OAZETTE BU-LDING, 310 and 312 PRINCE BTREET. [Entered atthe PoBtoffleaof Alexandria, Vu_rinla, as aeaondela-i matter.] TBBkts: Dally?1 year. ?o.00: G months, $2.50; 3 months, 11.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 week. 10 cents. Tri-weekly ?1 year. $3.00: ti months $1.50: 3 months. 7". cents; 1 month, a eents. "ontraet advertisers will not be Blloweu to exc.i theirspaeeunless tbeexeeaa i- paid r<>r at tranaient ratea, and under no oireumataneea will they be allowed to advertise other than their legltlj mate kraalaen in theapaee ouuubbibu for. . Reaolutiona in memoriam, or thanks tril.utesol'respeel. resol.ltions adopted bj aoeietlea or peraona,unlen of publlc eou. ern. will be printed iu the pap.ir .iverti-eiuent-. T<> ROaYB iik kOMVknCHM, With all the. alajjilng vehememe that has focuased the eyes ol the world on his pulpit in the West End of Uaadon, Ber. Beraard Yaaghan preached at St. 1'atrick's Churoh in Moiitreal yesterday. Ii was not at the world of fashion, but the abeence of tbe maaa from the l'rotestant faith that he direeted his eloipience. A liiiirniur of son.ething more than intereat ran Ihroagfc the congregation ?th.- largeat Bngliab-epeaking partah in Canada as be declared thal today in England half of Proteauntiam is drifting to agnoaticiam, wbfle half is creepingbac- to Catholiciam led hy the High Cburch Anglicana. Caidinal Logua sttended the service with Mgra. Beagravea and Biordan, Archbiabop Redwood, of New Zealand; Archbiabop Howley, o! Bt Johas, N. F. The man was eelehrated hy Rev. I. N. Kllioil. Father Vaugban took for his tbeme 'Tln- Maaa, theSoul of Religion." He reminded hi- bearera that the saerainent was aometbJng more than paryer, devotion or service. He said: "It wa:; the work of the so-ealled geniua of Proteatanttani in the six teenih ceiitury to invent a forin of Chriatianity witboul aacrement. In .hi^ preaenl eentury the rooal actire lealoua party eentury Proteatanta, the IIic-li Cburch party, lias diacovered the fatal mistake. Inatead of calling with tnoeegone bythe man'a blaa phemoiis fal.le and a dangerous de c.-if.' tbe Hifh Cburch Anglicana <!?? clare the man to be a true, proper and propitialory sacriliee whieh is Ihe \iiv aoul of true religion. 'The Proteatantiam of today ia dtvtding haalf into two aeotiona In Bngland. Thcrc is the seetion in Huenced l.y rationaliam and the seetion behering in reveUtion and authority. The former ia drifting to agnoaticiam. The latter ia creeping back lo Cathol? iciam. Lei ui extend ? nelping hand to tbOM who are fecling their way back to the old tradition, until in the catbedrala, miniateni and abbeya that girdle the rootberiand the aoul giving aacrifice of Ihe man may again be offered and thal <<ur people may once more be unit.-d through tlie saine aacrifice and the same sacramciils to Chriatianity that were inathoted by Cbriat." At all the churches of Montreal yea? terday special prayera were offered for the Buoocaa of the Euchariatic Congress whi.h will open on Tuesday night al St. Jamea'Oathedral in that city with the Botemn reoaptton <.f the Papal Legate, Cardinal Vincedi Vannutelli. The city and provincial govcrnment hiiil.lings. the pla.es of hiisiness an.l all the resideiiccs are gaily deoorated. Crowoa are pooring into tbe city every hour, and by Tuesday il is c.vpeete.l that there will he 40,(XH) visitors in Montreal. I.a-t night lahor demoiistrations w.ie beld at Notre Detne and st. Patriok'a wbere Cardinal Logue preaohed l ofore :!,(HMi peraona. Dyeentery is ? dangeroua dieeaae but can be cured. CSbnmbwlain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoca lhniedy has been racceaafullyuaed in nineepidemica of dysentery. It has never heen known to fail. It is equallv vahtable for chil dren and adulls, and when reduccd with water and aweetened. it is pfeaaant to take. Sold hy W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibaon. _ lll'.AHS I'KOM TIIT. I>EA1> t A diapatch from Boaton aaya: That Frof. Williain Jamea, tbe Marvard psychologist, who died a week ago last Friday. has acconiplished his expresse.l desire to communicate from beyond the grave if he found it possihle, is the amaxiog atateanent made by Rev. Dr. Frederick A. Wiggin.of Brookline.pas torof Unity Churob and a apiritualiat with whom Frofessor Jamcs had dis cuaaed this enfrooaing queatioa. l'p.fessor .lames. died at Chocorn.i. N. II.. on August 86, but Dr. Wiggin. who has been attendmg a conventioii Of spiritulistsat Madisoti. Maiue. did not Icarn tbe UOWB until but Snnday. He immediately 888 ahout gctting into touch with the spirit of the professor, and decUreathal during an hour'ssum moiiing of his control tbe spirit mani featad itself. l>l\MOM>s I'oiHINO Hia More diamonds and other precious Btonea and luxuriea of all varicties came Into tbeport of New Tork during August than at any similar period in the last tbrea veara, accordiiig to the August report of Qeorge Wanamaker, appraiaar of tbe ; Impoits of previoua atonaa during the montb amounted t.. $1,000,000 in ? of the importa for the same period in 1909, and 18,000,000 more than the receipts of August. Mr. Wanamaker sayv "The appraised value of precious siones and pearl* for the month is 14,315,890.21, as compared with $8,862,099 in August. 1909, and $1, 257,b68 in August, 1008." Jell-0 Ice Cream Powder Makes Ice Cream for one cent a plate Stlr the powder In a quart of milk and freere. Nothln. more to be done. tvery h"? i? in the p-ck..e. Makes two qu-rt. ol dt-licious Ice Cream in 10 minute.. \" inill.i, Strawberry. Lemon, acd _noco lale flavor., and Unflavored. Two packanea 25 cent. at arocer. . Kecipe Book Free. Ihe Geaesee Pare Food Co., Le loy, Ii V. ?>. fifsiiabfa Remedy FOR DATARRH Ely's Cream Balm it quirkly abjorbod. r.i.ei Reiief at Once. u deaaaea, soothea, HB_a aud protecta _M __M_Bea nieiil ?iiiip reanltiag from CaUrrb and drives M ay a i Otd in the Ile*il quiekly. Bestore. be Benanoi Taata and SmelL Full size ,o eta, at Draggrai. or by mall. Liquid Jr ?ia Bahn f"r use in atomizer?75 cta. Uv limthera, 66 Wnrren Street. New York. ?tflCUMa1 WAVE. Bodies of two women who ended their lives hy drowning were idcntified at the morgue in Philaderphia jreatar day, another woman'a body is not identified and three other yount women wen.- found auffering from the effectaof illuminating gaa whieh the police ny they inhaled in an effort to end their lives. One man who was found dead in a pa., lillcd room is also supposed to have oommitted suicide. Alexander Bodkonaky, awaitingtrial for inurder. hanged hiniself in his oell in the Qucen'aCOUnly X. Y.. ja.il yes? terday morning. Bits of twine takeii from bundka had been cooceawd by bim from time to time. aml were twist ed into a rope by Rodkonaky. After tying one end of it to ? bar in the odl dooi and the other around his neck he managed to atraagJe birnaeif. Tbe murder Iot whieh Rodkonaky was BwaiUng triaJ waa oommitted on June 80, when be took 1ns wife out for ? walk on the abore of I^ug lebutd Bound and atabbed her to death. He then hid tbe body in a pile of under bruah, where it wa- found the followii.g day and identified. When the digeatiofl is all riglit, the action of tbe bowela reguhur, then- ia a a natural craring and reliafa for food. When this i? lacking you may know that you need a doae "f Chamberlain'i Btomach and Uver Tableta. They atrengtbeo the digeaUve organj, im prove the appetite and reguhUe tbe bowela. Sold by W. F. Oreighton and Richard Gibaon. IT1-TY YEARS' KXl'Klur.NCKOF AN OLD NCUSi;. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp is tho preaeriptlon of one of the beal fenude physieians an.l nurses in tbe I'nited Statea, and baa been us. .1 for lifty yeara with nevcr failing suecess by inillionsoi mothers for their cbildren. It relieves the child from ]>ain, eiires diarrhoca. grlplng In the bowela, and wind eolic. By giving health to the child it rests tbe mother Twenty f've c.cnts a bottle VIRGINIA?In the Cierk's Ollieo ol the Corporation Court of the City ol Alexandria. on the 29th day of July, 1910: .lessie Cary Fillingame \ s. Daniel R Fillingame. In ohanoery. Mcmo. The ohject of thissuit itftool> taln fur the eomplainant an ahsolute di vorce from the defendant on the ground of willful deaertlon and abandonment fora period of more than three years be? fore the briuging of this suit, and for general rellef. it apnearing by an aJBdavit ide.l m ihiseau-e that the defendant, Daniel E. Fillingame, Iaanon-roaidentofthl88tato: ll isOrdered.That said defendant ap pear bere within flfteen days after due publication of this order. and do what is neceasary to proteet bia intereat in thia suii. and that a copv of this order be I'orlhwith inserted ih the Alexan.l-ia Gazetto, a newpaper publlabed in he plty Of Alexandria. oneea week ar four aueeesaive weeka,and poatedattbe front AoOI Of the Court Hoiise of this city. .V OOPy leste. NKVl-.I.I.s. OREENAWAY, Clerk. charles Bendheim, p. q. jyi* w4w-f Takr Advantage ol Reduced Prices on Fumiture. Solid Oak Bedroom Suit, $23.50. Oak Chiffonier, $5.25 Neat Princess Dress er, $9.75. Oak Chiffonier with French plate glass, $9.50. M,Ruben&Sons. 601 KING STREET. f I goYoYo-broYo:^ GREAT RUMMAGE SALE Every Suit and single Pants in the spring and summer weights to go at sacrifice prices. Small lots of Shirts and Underwear at remark ably low prices. } Kaufmann Bros. i i I __j OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Are ma.iufactured and lieenscl under the Seldi-n I'atent. The 1911 modcla are now ready for deliveiy, and are the iih.kI attraeiive line --f ears in ll.e whole COUBtry. Coi.sult H aml get a ear that will he a r.-al pleaaure I-. you. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street 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 Iot fronting on Duke street. Two fine new two-story brick dwellings on north Columbus street, Court House square, containing 8 rooms each and every modern convemence. Ready for occupancy. Further particulars at my oftice. John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. Corner King and Royal StreeU 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. T HE annual meeting ofthe stockhold - ers ofthe UNION BUILWNGOOM PAXY for the election of officers and direetora for the ensuing year, will be held at the offleo of tbe eomiiany, 123 south Royal atreet, Alexandria. \a.,on MuN'DAY. September 19th, at 11.30a. m. M 11 PARKEH. I'resident. LOUIS BEYER. Ja., Secretary. aep2 w3wr-f N OTICE oF 8T0CKHOLDER8' . MEETING.?Tbe annual meeting of the diroetora and sto.khol.lers of the IIARRISA SHAKKR COMPANY will take place THUR8DAY. September 29, 1910. at.i p. m.. at the otflce of the Com? pany Xo. 123 south Royal atreet. Alexan? dria. Virginia. By order ofthe president. E ALI.EX HARRIS, Secretary. Beajs.nl Wide Mouth Qt. JARS 6 and 8 oz. Jelly Glasses Jar Tops Paraffine. G. WM. RAMSAY. ANOTHERBARREL GREEN GINGER G,Wm. RAMSAY. For Iced Tea Use My 50c Mixed Tea. It is BETTER Than you can buy at 75c elsewhere. G. W. RAMSAY. New PnJomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. F0UNDEB8 AND MACHI.NISI'S J. & H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfincer and Machini.ta' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valve.. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria In Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a .pccialty in repaira to Gaaoline Entfinc. Motorcyclea and Automobile.. We solicit your'ordcra on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evana Buildinff. Phone Main 7324 Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greateit known Water for Dyapep aia. Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Trouble.. Leadin? Phyaician. endorae it and tca tify to it. great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. AM OFFB-UNO 1'iiH SAI.K KXTRA BR.STOW CREAMERY BUTTER 35c Pound. I anain'llr* every pouud to jjive aatia faetion I-'resh and Smoked Bfeatl riea and Kann I'roducta of .11 kinds. Telephone orders jriven prompt attention. Free delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Queen and Koyal atreets. 'Phone, Bell KL, Home 87W, I jyi5iy Linoleum, 33c a Square Yard. Extraordinary value 2 yards wide. Remnants Linoleum, handsome patterns, regular 50c a square yard. This week only 33c a square yard. Wild's 2 yard wide Inlaid Linoleum. hand? some patterns, retfular 50c a square yard. This week only 33c a square yard. Wild's 2 yard wide Inlaid Linoleum, not remnants, $1.25 a square yard instead of $1.50. Wild's Cork Carpet Linoleum, $1.25 a square yard. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street. Alexandria, Va. RAILROADS Southern Railway. Traina leave Cnion Station, Alexandria. In clleet.Iiine 18, 1910. N. II. -Followingschediilefigurespub lishe.l only aa information. aml are not guarantecd. 7:17 A. M. Dailv loeal betweeu \\ ash ington and Danville. ??:17 A.M. Daily Loeal for Harrison bu rg and wav stations. !>:\- A. M. Daily C. S. I'ast Mail. Btopaonly forpaaaengera for pointssouth a which sche.luled lo stop. First elass eoaohea; sleeping ear- to Birmlngnaa and dniwing rooni sleeping ears to New Orleana. Dining ear serviee. 11:17 A.M.- Dailv Mail train. Coaehes for .Mauassas.Chariottesville.I.ynchburg, Danville and Greeuaboro. Sleeping ears (ireenaboro t.? Atlanta. 4:17 P. M. W.-.k days Loeal Tor War renton an.l Harrlaonburg. 4m 1*. Bt- Dailv liirminghain spec? ial. Sleeping ears between New York. Augltsta. Aiken and .la.ksonville. Sleeper to Hirmingham. Through lirst ,-lass eoaeh.s between Washington and Jaekaonvllle. Dining ear aerviee. Tour isi lo Cailfornla four Rmea vreekly. .l:.'.2 P. M.?Week days I.o.-al for Har riaonburf and way stations on Mbiibbbbi branch. Pullman buiict neriorear. 5:12 P. M.?Daily-I/x-al for Warren tou and Chariotteavllle. 1027 P. M- DeJIy Washington and Chattanooga Limlted (via Lynehburg). Pirst-eiaea eoaoh and sleeping ears to Roanoke, Knoxville an.l Chattanooga. Sleeper to New Orleans. Washington to Roanoke. Dining ear serviee. I1?J P. M. Dailv New York. Atlanta and NewOrlean. l.iniiled. All Pullman train >lub an.l ol.servatioii ears to New Orleans. Sleeping ears to Ashcville, Atlanta, Ikfacou and New orleans. Sleep? ing ears to ( harlolle. Dining ear -erviee. 1 :J7 A. M Dally .Memphis special. Sleeping ears an.l coaehes for Roanoke. Knowiiie. Nashville. Chattanooga an.l Memphis. Dining ear -erviee. Wash Ington aleeping cara open lOalO P. M. Througfa traina from the aouth aarive a Alexandria6:13and628and 1028a m. 203, 728, 10:13and 1158 P. M. daily. Ilar riaonbnrg 1138 A. M. week days and9:13 P. M. dailv. From < hurlottesville 928 A. M. TKAINSoN IJLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. A 0. Station] week daya at 821 A. M..l;l:), lr>. and ?>:).") P. M. for Bluemont; 638 P. M. week daya for Leeaburg; A:15 P. M. daily for Bluemont and 9:02 and 922 A. M.. loeal, an.C':o: A. M. II.td. on Sundays only for Bluemont Fordetailed sehedulc ligures, tieketa. Pullman rescrvatioii. ete. apply to WII.I.IAM G. LEHEW, Cni.in Ticket Agent. Alexandria. Va. Ii. II. COAPMAN, Oeneral Manager. s. H. IIARDWKK. i-ass. Traf. Mgr. II. F. CARY, General Paaaenger Agent. L. & BROWX. General Agent. Waahlngton, D. C Washm^ton, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. In elleet May 1.1010. LKAVK AI.KXAN0R1A. For Washington. from corner Prinee an.l Royal atreeta, week days, at ,r>40, 6 <y>, 8 20, <; 30, c, 40, i; 55, 7 06, 7 !?">. 7 30, 7 40, 7 B0, 800,8 15, 8 25, 8 35, 8 90, 0 10, D 30,9oO, 10 10, 10 :m. 1050, II 10, II 26, 11 30. II :*) a. in.. 13 10, It25, 1230, 1250, I W, 1 2.">. 1 30 1 50, 2 10,2 i"). 2 :*>. 2 :*),:: 05,3 2.">.:: 35, 3 ??, 4 10, I 2.".. I30, 4 to. i 65, ?'? 10, 5 25, ?'> X>. 5 50, <; 07>, 820, ii 80, ?i 15, 7 oo. 7 15, 7 ::,. B 00. 8 30, 900,980, 1000. I0:t0. 11 10 and 11 55 D. m Sunday*?700, 7:;",. 8 10, 820, **>. 9 00. 9 20, 9 40. 10 00. 10 20, 10 40, 11 00, 11 -J) and 1140a. m., 1208m., 1220, 12 40. 100, 1 20, I 8), 2 00, 2 20, 2 40, 3 00. 3 20. 3 40, 4 00, 4 20, i io. 6 00.5 30, ?'. 4<). ii oo. 8 20, 6 40, 7 oo. 7 20. 7 40, S00. 8 30, 9 00, 9 30, 10 00. 10 30 and 1110 p.m. BOaj MOIXT VKKXON. Leavn Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days. at 5 45, 8 58, 7 .'>;. B 51. 10 25, 11 25 a. m.. 1225. 1 28, 226, 3 30. 4 40. 686, .; 80, 7 85" 8 ?/). 9 50, lo 50 and 11 60 p. m. Sunday a?7 00, 8:?, 9 30. 10 30, 11 30 a. m., 12:?. l30. 230. I 30, 4:?, 5 30, 6 30, 7 30, s Wand iu !?; p. in. Washington Southern Ry. Schedulc in effect May 18, 1910. Traina leave Cnion SUtion for Waah ington and points north at 7 43. 808. ? 23 and 8 32 a. m.. 12 01, 2 30. 8 07. 8 18 and II 33 p. m.. daily. For Fredericksbiirg. Richmonn. and points aouth at 1 37. 7 58 (loeal) and 10 22 ?l m., 12 16, i 22. ". 17 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57 p. in. \,eommodation for Frederickaburg at II 13 a. m.. daily. On week daya thia tniin mna through to Milford. Notk: -Time ofarrivalsand departurea and eonnectioua not guaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR, Trafflc Manager. Richmond. Va. THE annual meeting of the atock holders ofthe MKKi I1ANTS AND MECHANICS SAVINGS HAXK for the ,-lection of dlrectorti and for aiteh other busineaa aa mav come before aaid meet? ing will be held at the offlce of Mr. Loo P Harlow, in the city of Alexandria. state of Virginia. TUESDAY. Septem? ber 13,1910. at 11 o'clook a. m. ELDRIDGE K. JORDAN. aug29 td Preaident. 8TEAMER8 Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. F.verv dav in the \ ear for Fort Mon roe. Norfolk, Newport Newa aml petata .south. via Mtperfo, powerfuJ ateal paiaxe sleai.iers. Leave Washington.C>.!?'> p. m. Leare Alexandria T.uop. m. Arrive Ft. Monroes 7.00a m. Arrive Norfolk 8.00 a. in. Arrive I'oitM.io.ith snoa. m. Leave Portamoutb 5.00 |>. in. Leave Korfoik ?;.00 p. m. Leave Ft. Itaaroe 7.00 i>. m. Arrive Alexandria6.30 a. m. Arrive Washington 7.00 a. in. Through connections made at Norfolk with ateanaera or the old l>ominion Steainship ('ompany for New York and M.Srehants" and Miner's steaniships for Boston. Oeneral Tioket Offlee. 790 14th St..V\N . llond Buildiug. Washington. D. < Phone Main U00. Bereath street wharf. Phone _falnST6D. Alexandria wharf foot of l'rinee slr -ei W K.CALLAB 1K aprl lyr Oeneral r.i-seiiger Agent. Colonial Beach. Alexandria's'Fayorite Salt Water Rcsort. Steamer. daily at 9:30 a. m. cxcept Monday and special week-end trip.. Steamer ST. JOHNS 3:00 p. m. SAT URDAY. Steamer QUEEN ANNE 6=30 p. m. SATURDAY. Steamer ST. JOHNS 9:30 a. m. SUNDAY. Returning leave Colonial Beach 12 midnight Saturday. 5 and 6 p. m. Sun day. Other daya 6 p. m. Bathing. Boatintf. Crabbing: Fiahintf the ftne.t ever. FARE ROUND TRIP: One day tickct. 50c. Seaaon ticket. ?1.00. Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Street. je;t :tm Maryland Qelaware and Vtr ginia Raiiway Company. SI'KINO .SCIIF.Ol'LK. .Stean.ens ol thi.s line leave Alexandria on and after laay 16, UH0, Every MONDAY. WKDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 430 p. m. . FOK BALTIMORE AND ALL 1HI. USUAL RTVER LANDINOft Cuialae aad appolntmenta unexcelled, l-'reight for Baltimore. I'hiladelphia an<l New York aotlelted and l.andle I with care Through nitos and bfJIa ? lading i-stied. Single laro to Ballimoro, *!.?*); ro.md trip. &.'*); itataroona. one way, $!..?. afeala, ISOe. HKAKDON &OKIMKS, Agents. Foot of Cameron -treet Steamboat Co. Effcctlvc May t), 1910. Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria at<: p. m. on Mon? day and Wednesdav for I'arham'* Polnl and lower river landings. K.-turn early WVdi.osdav and Friday morning. Leare Salurday a't9a m. for Nomini and inter mediate landings, returniug Sunday al.ont ?? p. m. Steamer "Wakefleld." RLeave Sunday, Tuesdav and Tbursday at9a. m. for Wirt'a wliarfand all Inter niediate landings. Keturning leareWlrta wharf at fi a. m. the following day and arriving at Alexandria about 4 p. m. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Cameron Street. Telephone No. GO. jeliiyr Fresh Supply of ibb's Wliipped Cream Chocolates. Special. 25c Pound. Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street.