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MONDAY FAI.SING. BEPT. U LOCAL MATTEKS. Sun and Tide Table. Run risos U.morrow at'>:!<> and sets 8tt2. High water at J:17 a. m.and _M p. m Weather Probabilttie*. For thisv.etj, ii fair touight. Tucsday haereaatag oloudlneaa. with probably ahowera andoooterln afternuon or night: moderate easterly, shifting t<> aontberly w iii.L DEATHS Mr. Thonaai R Jaaper, 69 years ohl, a former resident of this eity, died last Saturday morning al North Wilkesboro, N. 0. The remaina were broogbt t<. this city and the fuiieral will take plaee from Lee Camp Hall, on Prince street, at 4 o'eloek this afleiti. on. ai.d will be attended by the rocniberx of R R Lee Camp of Confederate Y.i.rans. of which the deceeaed ba I l*en a menr ber. The s.rvi.-es will l?e coiiducted by Rev. W. F. Wit-..i> and the peJI bearers will be Meaara. Cbarl. - 8 Taylor, Bookcr Hall, J. B Bpicer, (i. Wm. Ramsay, Kdgar Wartiold an.l 1'. F. (iormiii. Mrs. Ada Kane, wife of Mr. Levi Kane. died yesterday at the Alexandi ia Hoapital the decensed waaabowt4ll years old. Mrs. Mary Hatcliffe, wife of th.- late Jamea Harvey McVeigh, jr., of Alex? andria. di.d Beptember 8 at Kansas City, Mo. She was the daugbter of the late Judge Daniel Ratcliffe an I Mar) Boshst Batcllffe, of Richnaond. Qaorge McOee, who oo last Monday was sent from the bospital to the eity alnis house, died at that mstitution yesterday eveiiing at 8 oeloek from eonstimptioi) from whieh ho had long U-cna siiffercr. He was .T.? years old, andanativeof northern Kcotland and bad work.-d in the stoiie yard in this eity. Hc had noielatives in this coun? try. His body was tuined OVOT t<> Mi Wheatlev, th.- undertaker, from wboSS establiahment he will be buried. Moiton (irig.-l.y. eolorcl. .lie.l at his home, 70-* noiih Henry atreet, on Sat? urday. ^_ ANOTHER ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Mr. .1 W Riley, of this city. hai recivedihe following from the vi.siting tiremeii he eiiterlained at bis host.ln during the icaaion nf the State Fire inen's Coovention in this city last month Newport w?>, Va., Bept 8, 1910. Mr. J. W. Riley, |),-ii Sn- ln behalf <-f Ihe Bagle Bngine Company, No 8, "f Newpott Newa, we wi-h to expreaa oui apprecia tion for the eoiirtesy shown oui eoin pany while on a short vi-.it to your city at tlu- tiieineii'scoiivention.aiid further more the company stands ever road) to in. .1 yoiii -lighl.st wish and to mak. efforts t<> ercate opportunities t<> give you pleasure, and it is th.- eamest de sire of tlu- company that the pie-.m relations between you an.l th.- boyeof No. K will eoniiiiue and if you should ever come lo Newporl Newi do nol fail tO pay M a visil. Hopjng this will liud you in Ihe best of health I beg tO reiuain Ri pectfnlly youra, BaMUBI H. Wiik.vkIS08T, Rec. Beo. Bagle Bngine Co., Ho. 8. GREAT COUNCIL OF RED MEN W. S. Ni. khn, tireat I'rophet of the Improved Order of K.d Men of Yu ginia, l.-ft yeaterday for Tuledo, Ohio, to attend the t'.oid anniial aeasiou of the (ireat OoUUCil <>f the l nited State-. whieh OOnvenei in that city today. Mr. Ni.-kliii is on.- of eighl repreeenta Uvee from Virginia totne con vention; and among other reaolutiona of im portance t>. the order, that this dele gation will offer will be a bell, eodon ing tbe Indian atatue ball whieh was iotroduotd in the House of Repreaent atives by Mr. (iouldeii of New York, Jrtli. 1910 and which is expected to beeOUM a law at the next sessioii of Congress. The purposeof the bill is to have erected in the barbor of New York a siiitable meinoiial l>> the inein ory of the North American Indian. FUNERA1 S The haneral of the i ite Charlea F. Dove took pla.e this afternoon from the resldeli. . . I Is BOUlh l.e. street. The serricea een eowlucted by Kev. John Cavoaugb, aud tbe pallhearera Were M.- Moses Havdeli, Frank Bmitb. "tis Dodaoo, Natbaniel Dodaon, Obariea Traeer< and Robert Dove The funeral of the late Mrs. Annk LM Swan. WldOW of W. I>. Swan and mother of Messrs. C. B and Wm. B. Bwan, of this eity, wbo died in Wash? ington on Friday last, took plaee this afternoon from her Iale home FINED TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS. Juliiis Bfauigbter, colored, was ar itsted Saturday night by Ofticers Haw lett and Talbot charged with drawing a pisu.l on Bmaat MeBride, "colored. The ttonbte took plaee iq the north eastern section <>f tho city over a wo? man. Slaughtor was brought before the Police Court this morning and (ined 6-6. Mr. Bobinaon Moncti eounsel for the accnaed BIG SHOW Aa will be seen by the advertismont of the new Opera House, a retiued entertainmeiit is in store for all who attend tho tirst three niglits of this weok. The tnanagement has spared fteither time rtor eXpSOSe in order to get something go..d and the vaudeville feature for lonfajhl aud until Wednesday cannot be snfpassed The pictures alao aro exceptionally good. Tlie new manager who takes charge tonight is a man of mucb experionce in the theat rical worl I and the people may espeet good things ol him. A new feature will be added allowing eompetition among loeal talent as is the case in tho larger MEETINGS. The regular monthly meeting of the Alevaiulria Chamber ol Conunerce will be held tonight. The regular monthly meeting oi the Betail Merehant*' Ausocintion will be beld tomorrow night. Shoea less tban half price?200 pain uia-es' Shoea that oost to manufacture ii W,and $1.75, and sold at 12.00 aud aoso will be sacriflced at 98c per pair. J:bn X. Maraball * Bro., 422 King ?aett A. A. ('. W1XS Si'iUM* 6AM_ _aaaarj<aWlMaaaa a..d Barrell^ ?aa erb Pitn.iiiR Caaac tha Daaraoallei ti.e Cardinai A. ('. The second ga.n. fof tbe champion ahipofaikaandria between tbe Alex? andria Athletic Cl,,l, am thc < ardm Atbletwaobaaaplayodon the north Alfred street grounda Saturday fifter n,KU.a.,l was witnc-sclbyavast crowd ofbaseballenthusiasls. mcludu.g many ladies. and, as was prcd.ctcd In the .u,,M1I)t of the llnl came When the Cardinatowon, "tbat the _.A.'a would prove dangeroua rivab in th,- loture mniee" linm-il true in every reapect, and tbey defeatcd thal atroag team by the icoreof 18 to ?'!. Tbe Alexandrias were tbe tirst at bai and nere retired in quick order l.y Zachary whoproved to b*a wbtard by his apeedy and paaalhtg cunrea that batilcd his opponenia. In the Cardi nals tirst turn at bat llayden score. I and tbe akk was retired. The A. i.'a in tbe second inning aoored their lirst run by O'Brien. In tbe Oardinala half Murphv scored. potting bis team in the ha.l. Tbe third inning the A. A.'s failcd tO score. bul Astryke for the Cardinala, witb a poaarfnl rap. knock ed tbe ball tO deep left ticld. and hv swift running gained a bome run. The Oardinala after tbe toertb in? ning faUed n. score as they were unable t<> bit Durrell becauM ol biagreatapeed and magniflcent control of the ball.and thereafter it was "tbey walked right in, walkcd around, then walked rigbt out again." Williams coinmeticed the trouble ll tbe sixtb inning by koocking one of his pet graaaboppera, one ofthe moat difflcult hita, to tbe fleW and aoored thereby. In tbe aeventh inning Bur rell, Lyncfa and Hicks scored. giving their teama k?d tbat was sure t<> win th.- gante. Three men were on the lm-es when Scbrivcner came to l.at in tbe eigbth inning and he bil the ball aquare on tbe noae ao bard thal it went flying at greal apeed to lefl ticld and causcd a general "bome COming" of ihe men on baaceand be aooredahome run. Tbe cnding of tbe ninth inning gavethema total of 18 mna?nol ao bad after all for an afternoon's spoit. Tbe pitchingby Krrell was eimply great. and I c dcscrvo inuch praise for his wonderful work iu the l>ox, bul hia uDneeeeaary bard atab al Zachary in running him down lo Bral basc was th.- eaiisc of inuch criticism l.y tbe spectatora. "Bird"Trenary during bia time in the box bad a aimilar phty as that made by Birrell and denionstratcd tbat it is as easy to strike B playci ligbtly as it is tO strike him by greal force. Thc pul.lie i< anxious to BBC tbe best team win. and il is Io behoped that in tbe future both teama will avoid all uDneeeeaary roughneaa during the game. Bpaoe will not perniii of indiwdual ineiitioti. but tbe eameel work of al" membera of both teama in Saturday1 conteet waa ofa bigh-clasa order and no one need be aahamed ol hii per? formance. _^____ POLICE COURT. [Jaatiee H. B. Oaton preaiding.] Tbe following caaea wera disposed of tbis nioriiinir: Jamea Wbitney, colored, charged With iuipropci eoiiduet on the str.-ets, foifeited his cllatcial by failing to ap pear. Matnie W'ayne, colored. charged with vagrancy, was diamiaaed upon promising to leave the city. Jamea Blaugbter, charged with a? saulting Baneai McBride, colored with a pistol was tined 025. A white man, charged with disor dctly coiiduct.forfeitcd his collatcal l.y failing to appear, Nellic Dudley, colored. charged with disorderly conduct and tightliur, foi? feited ber oollateral by failing to ap? pear. Irene I'rice, colored, charged with siniilar offences, was tined |5. Jamea Miller, colored, charged witb diaorderly conduct, was diamiaaed. A white man, charged with Laroeny of tools from the Bouthern Kai!wa\ Oompany, had his case liirned over to tbe autboritiea of Alexandria county. lie was tined 110by Juatice Burrill. Klijali Taylor. colored. charged witb diaorderly conduct on an electric train, waa tumed over to tbe autboritiea of Alexandria county. Kstelle Lee, colored, suspected of atealing jewelry, waa diamiaBed for want of eridenee. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY. [Judge .1. B. T. Thornton, preaiding.J T. T, Harrington vs. City Council; a Buit to recover damagee for thc death of a borse wbicb fcll into a ditch; de innrrer to allegatioii 00 part of city overruled; plea of not guilty eiitered and case OOntinued till third day of tbe N'ovemher tenn and Jiiry ordered suin moned from Fairfax county. Jennie Kramer vs. Harry Kramer; dismiaeedon accounl of death of oom? plainant Clara .M. W Abbott vs. Qeorge M. Abbott; linal decree for divorce on Btatutory ground and granting cuatody of infant daughter to plaintiff. who h allowed alimony ?>f ?7.'> per month. W. T. lVnt was appointed adtninis tratorof thewstatc of Edward \V. Dctit. dect-aaed. Win. Flippings, by bis ticxt frii-nd, Samuel Flippings, vs. Adams EUpreea Co.; auit for ?oOOdaniages for personal injuriea: compromise verdict for 1125. Lomar Munroe vs. tbe Rosemont Development Company;casecontinmd. Thia auit ia to recover $8,000 damages for injuries received Novcinber 80, 1009, in a runawny accident. The plaintiff, who is a rural free delirery mail carrier, alleges that the blowing of a whiatle on a Bteam roller Irigfatened bis borse, wbicb ran away. throwing him out and injuring him. Court adjotirned for thc tenn. In chanibers, .Judge Thornton in tlie ( iremt Court-for the county lu-ard arg umenta on the demurrer in the case of Grovesvs. Washington-Southern Rail? way Company, R1YER N0TES. Tbe steamer Wilhclmina. from 1'ort Tainpa. Fla.. with pboapbate i th.- Alexandria Fertilizer and Chcmi Cal Company. has arrived. The I'nitcd States di-patch boat Apacbe passed up tbe rtver tbis mniti ing, PERSONAL. Miss Margaret King and Miss Mary King have returned after a pleasant stay of ten days at Atlantic City. Mrs. William Hcrliert and herdaugli ters, Misses Atiiio, Kllen and Fanny lleibert, bave returned after spending tho summer inOld Orchard and' tine, Me. Miss Klizaboth M.Janncy, wfaospent the paai few months travolingin Europe with Miss Catberine Critcher, bas re? turned to ber bome in this city. The Rev. Claren.e Ernest Ball, M. A.. fot eleven years the reetor of Qrace Cburch, this city. and sinoc reetor of St. Qeorge'i Churcb.Mt, Bavage, Mary? land, has received and accepted a anan* imous call to St. Lnke's Cburch, Seaford. Delaware, and entcivd upon his duties as reetor Beptember 1. Mr. (>. F. Carter has returned from a trip to Atlantic City. Ifr. WaherO. Hogers hasgoneto Falls Chnrch, h> spend his vaeation. Mr. Artbur A. Wartield left today for a two we. ks stay at Atlantic City. Ifiaa Aiime Sales. of Riehmond. is vbitingthc family of Mr. Frank War lield on south Fairfax street. Mi. Robert Tajrlor is oonfined to his bome on the Washington road with sciati.-a. Mrs. R L Anirs and daughter, Miss Mary of Suffolk, will spend the winter in this citv. Mrs. Arthur Bryant and ber little son have returned from Cppervillo, wbere they spent the siiiiimer. Mrs. John Leadbeater and ebildron have returned from Center Coiiway. N. II.. wbere they spenl the summer. Rev. Paca Kennedy, of the Theolo fical Seininary, held services at All Saints' Cburch, Froderick, Md., yes? terday. Rev. Ih. S. A. Wallis, of the Thoo logical Seininary, yesterday conducted the s.niees at St. tieorge's Cburch, Frederieksbiirg. Ifr. II. Kuk left today for Kansas City, Mo., and before his return be will make an e.xteiisivo tour throiighout the weat Miss Manie C. Brown has returned from a snminer's trip to Massanotta Springs. Miss M. R Smitb bas returiio 1 from a auminer'a visit toMaaaaniwlBBpringa. Rev. B. lx'. Maaaie and family bave refumed t?. tbeir home on Seininary Ilill from a visit t<> Virginia Beach. Mrs Overton Price an.l Miss Price have returned t.> tbeir bomi in Brad dock Heighta fr.i visit to Oape Henry. Mrs. Kate C. Taylorand Mr. F.ugeiie lt. l'ayloi have returned from Warreii county wbere they spenl the summer. Mi-. Prank Blaymakeria visiting her parenta, Mi an.l Mrs Richard McCoy, at Riverton. \ii Henry 8. Posey. wbo baa been f, .r ihe past few Weeks, is unpro\ ing and i- able lo be out again Thi f. nd of Mr. Thomaa A. Broadus, who has been ill for ten daya it lii- home near Balhrton, will beglad to know that his condition has aocne wh.ii improved. Ifrs, f. II O'Brien has returned from Loudoun county, wbere abe spenl tlu- paat month. PastQrand Commanderof Knighta Teinplar K. R. Downhani has goiu to Kiehmoiid to inapect8t. Andrewi Com mandery, No. 18 Mis-es Caioline and l.ouisc Raal cbarmingly entertained a large number of theii friends in "Home, Sw.-.t Home, " ii Belmonl yesterday. Prof. F. F. Andrews, <>f Vauxcleuae, Beminary Ilill, sailed from New York last Saturday on the Lapland, of the Bed Star line for Europe wbere be will visit Rngland and the continent spend? ing some time at OarW.ad. This is his aeventy tifth trip acroas (one way.) Mrs. K F. Andrews and cliildren have gonetoCape Henry, Va., wbere they will peml tlie month and on tbeir re? turn will go t<> tbeir bome in Washing toh for tlu fall and winter. LOCAL BREVITIES. Th.- atraw bal ia in tbe sere and y.-l low, but the gun bas not yet been fired. Alexandria Council, No ">, Order of Praternal Americana, has paid the .low of A. .1. (iaii.es 1600. Aii artisian well is iM'ing boted at the Tbeotogical Beminary, weet of this eity. from which it is expected to Sup plv that itistitutioii with water. Th.- colored people of the Wood lawn neighborhood are bolding a of rehgioiis meetings yesterday. A mis sionary from Africa spokc. Two "aeereaaea"of tbe fembittie*per suasioii andol the genns gypay were in the city today drawing horiscopes of sueh peraona as were willing to pay ihe prescribed feee. Mr. II. M. Hantzmon formerly of this eity. but now of Charlottesvillo, has just had his salary as superintend eiit of gas, of that city increased from 81,600 to $l,t'?">0 per annum. Th.- work of inatalKng a beating plant for Christ Churcfa is in pn>: Ihe plant, as heretofore statcd, will be piaced in the pariati hall and tho hoat conveyed througb pipes sorosa tlie yard to the chiireh proper. Civi! service examinations will be held on October I") for foroman of mine rescue stations: October 19 for book binder. bureau of engraving and print iug, an.l on October 1?-2U for clerk draftman, land ottice aartloo. A box car which was being shifted on Union street. near Cameron, Sat? urday ovening, jufbped the track and was ovcrturned. The car demolished several wheel barrows which were on the sidewal- al the time. Guy l'ettit, 1*3 years old, son of Mr, Hany lYttit, and who ran away from his home in this city recontly, has been looated in Fredericksburg, where he wa- arorking in a shirt factory, and at the requeal <>f his father was returned to lus bome, At a w.H attended meeting of tho alnmnae ol BL Mary's Ai adesay yea? terday afternoon arrangemonts for the annnal banqnet, whieh will be bold at that institution October 19 next. were made. I.i?ton. dld you ever hax e a -huneh" that you weren't givenaebanee for your ??white all.-v '" I'id lt .tfr oeeur to yoU that your own partleular -star" was not in tlie aseeiidanl.' Mister Man. wheu ever you begia t<> fcel as if tneCraator ha.i made a mlstake when ho areaasd your partu-ular BPedea, just take an extra grlp on tbe band aagon and ooms to Blondheim'a Auth Stand or Market for thoae irresi-lil.ly ilelieious Auth , es and Foo.l Producta?They'll knock that dopey ' feeling oulofj'OUr >makeup" >naj WILLS PROBATED. In th* derk's otli.e ofthc Circnit Oourt today tbe wUIof thc late Jubua Dreifaa was adnntted to probate. KBU deceascd eeta fortl. tbat as three years ago he gave to bis sons Joseph and Ai bert Draifaa ooe-tbird each interaal tm bia buainess, he makes no provision .or them. He now givcs to bis BOU UWM1 the otber third intcn-st wbicb incln.ics stock, mercbandisc, horscs. wagoiis. kc To his wifc, Hcdwig Dreifua, be leavcs the bouse and lot at the soiith east corner of Payne and Oomnxiroa street, and $2,000. The bouse neal Bd joiniiig the above on Payne street M leavcs to bis daughter, Heiirictta, and the house next adjoining to bis son. Louis .1. Dreifus. Tbe custody. tui tion and guardianshipof Heiirictta and Louis J. he leavcs to bis wifc. I'" ~ daugbters, Ilena and Carrie, hc leavcs his hoiischold gooda and chaltels in thc residcncc, No. 120 aOOth l'ayne street. exccpt tbe safe and contetit.s, which hc leavcs to bis son, Albcrt. Hc leavcs to his children, Saniucl, Ilcrtha. Nettie, Frank, Leopold, Fannie, Hcna and Carrie $5(H) each and the proceeda of bis insurance policics. Tbe aniount of bis policy in the Royal Arcanum be leavcs to his wife and clcveii children. He appoints baiaoue,Albertand Joaaph, his cxecutors and rci|iiircs no Ik.imI or security and demands thal no appraisc nieiit. be made of his estate, which is value.l at 110,000. An aatheaticated oopy of the will of the late Charles N. Crittciiloii. of New York, was admitted to probate in tlio clerks Ofbce ofthc Circuit Court for tbe rity today and Mrs. Kate Walicr Rar rett qualiticd aa one of the cxecutors. REDUCED PRICES THIS WEEK. Attention is called to thc advertise inent of thc Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Special radactiona in all artacfc will prevail tbis week. A beautiful Englisb salad bowl will be given away witb one pound of Tbea Nccter or Golden Key V POSTOFFICE NAME CHANGED. After Octolier 1 thc postotlicc at Quantico, Prince William county, known for many years as l'otoinac, will be named t,?nantico. according to an ordcr }ut issued by tbe Post-ollicc |)e],artineiit. This action is taken to avoid confusion with the town of l'oto? inac, Alexandria county, reccntly in corporated. C0RP0RATI0N COURT. Tlie September tenn of thc Corpora tion Courl was open.-d today by .ludgc Thornton for Judge Barley, aml ad journed till Thursday morning. Judge Barley i- OUl of tbe city. bul will re turn on Thursday aud transact tbe busiiiess of thc lerin. THE SCH00LS The puUic Bcbooaa ol tbe c_y ie opened this morning nnder the rooel favorab! attepwea and hundredaof <hil drcn w< aaan during tbe day wend* ing tbeii wayto the dHferenl school buildinga to reaume their atodiea after a long vacatioii. Tbe buildiiiL'- %*>** all been put in good condttion, many improvi menta baving been made dur? ing tbe i- ceea, and il i- beliered tbat anotle r ueceesful yeai will be added lo th. achool record. CHARTER EXTENDED. As will be sten by an adrertisemenl in anotheicoluinn. th.-cbartcr of the Citizcns' National Itink. wbicb was in corporated torty years ago has been ex tended for another twenty years, and its many friends of the bank bope it will go on forevcr. Tln- Citi/ens I5ank is on.- of Alexandria'a moat proa peroaa inatitutiona and the officen and directors BT3 all prominetit aud ener getic business ni.-n and all alive to the city'- intereata. During a meeting of thc (ilas-l.low ers' I'nion on Saturday night a carrier pigeon Bew into a window and aligbted upon tbeann of Mr. Joa.P. Hawkiu.-. On a band on tbe leg of tbe bird were the Dtunbera i'.l',7S9. Tbe pigeon was left at the Fleisclimann for its owner. A minilM-r of cbickens were stol.-n fn in thc ben bouse of Mr. Uyan on thc corner of Henry and Madi-oti attael last night. William Marshall, a native of FaiKjuier county. died in Washington on Siturday. The eopper lining and apigol - of a bath tufa were stole from thc un oocupied bouae No. 128 aouth Patrick street tecelitly. The Convalescent lfeeda a food that contains the raaximum of nourishment.with the minimum of effort upon the part of the aystem required to digest it. Such a food ia In brewing Hofbrau beer the barley malt is ground into starch, then mixed with water. which gradually transforms it into sugar, by a process closely reserabling digestion in the human body. Hof? brau beer is therefore predigested In thia beverage are combined the nutritive elements of the bar? ley and the quieting and tonic ef fects of the hopa, the latter assur ing peaceful, refreahing sleep RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA ?Phone No. 40-B TMC BUSY C0RNER* Washington, D. C. Kolonial high shoes A PR, $3.50 About 75 Styles Now Ready. And the former styles iu this line never surpassod or quite equaled those we have for this fall's selling. Ineluded are all the very latest motlels in the best leatbers. Clotlr top Shoes, which bid fair to l>e one of the most popufauroftbe winter models, we havo in plonty, combined with shiny, dulUir kid loathors. Choice of any of the 75 styles at $o..r>0 a pair._ AT ROSENFELD'S Special Sale of Grey & White Blankets SECONDS, FOR This Week Only Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. iiiiixuiiXEnxrxmi^ of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 Certificate Extending Charter. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington. D. C. Scptember 10th. 1910. Whereas. by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigncd, it has been mad? to appear that The Citizens' National Bank of Alexandria, located in the city of Alexandria. in the county of Alexandria. and state of Virginia. has complicd with all the provisions of the Act of Congreft "to enable National Banking Associations to extend their corporate exiftence, and for other purposes.'approved Juty 12th. 1882. at amended by the Act approved April 12. 1902: Now. therefore. I. Lawrence O. Murray. Comptroller of the Cur? rency. do hereby certify that "The Citizens' National Bank of Alex? andria." located in the city of Alexandria. in the county of Alexandria. and state of Virginia. is authorired to have succession for the pcriod spccified in its amended articles of association: namely. until close of hntinesa on September 10. 1930. In testimony whereof witnet* my hand and seal of office this Tenth day of September. 1910. LAWRENCE O. MURRAY. Comptroller of the Currency. Charter No. 1716. Extension No. 980. ^ -tjxtiiniiiiiirKiiiiirniiii iixiii-iiiixraii-nixii FOR SALE--0N Y A Beautiful Suburban Home. 8 Rooms and Bath. Hot Water Heat City Water and Electricity. Concrete Cellar. Front and Back Porch. This attractive house.with every modern conyeni ence, right close to Braddock station, will be finished within the next week or so. Go out and look it over. See Mr. Geo.M.Reynolds, living near Braddock station. F. L SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. FOR RENT Store 602 King Street. Store Corner King and Pitt Streets. 822 Houth Patrick. $12.00 224 North Pitt. 527 North Alfred. 110.50 32H Commerce. . 3238. Patrick. *>-00 421 South Alfred-...? Business and Residence Property for Sale. Insurance of Every Kind, 18.60 $8.00 17.50 HARRIE WHITE, 628 King Street. Next to the Cor.of Wash.' DRY OOODS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Special Display of New Fall Importations in French Lingerie, Dridal Trousseaux Silk Petticoats, Negligees, &c. This Ia a special display, nreparatorv t>> our fall opealng, wbicb will ooeur later. Not all of our importations nrc in. hul eaough to make a very attractivc and comprehensivo Bhowinf; an.l thia nrat sbowins; Ia made eepecaalry ibr proa t.cetivc Iall brldes, who are now now ptaaatng ilieir trousseaux, as well as those <>l" our fliistomers who demand exetaahre tbtngs and likc to get tirst ehoice. This in cludos In part: French Lingerie and Trousseaux. Soft French Nainsook and otber sbcer niaterials: hand maile, hand-omhioidere.l in exqulsite dosigns aud variously triinmed with (iernian valeneieuues, eluny, tor cbon, and baby Irish laeos. Negligees, Dressing Sacques And Matinees, of messaliue and Cbina silke, orepe, erepe de ohlne. French l-'lan nel and albatross, trimined wtMi tLiinty la.es, h.-uitl eml.ioidery, ribbons, &c. Handsome Silk Petticoats Of rich messaline and tafteta silks. satins. and Jersey topa. Ptataa-adaa and rleh I'ancy effeota, inadu in the vory latest deslgrns, includlng tho inew "hobble" eiVe.-i An attraoUvo collection or rich, r.ue. and handsome garments, made in tho very latest Pari.tan styles, Includinj; manj one of-a kind areatlona Third floor-llth st. Owing to a death in the family our store will be closed until further notice. SWAN BROS. Real Estate Loans. Fire Insurance FOR SALE Four acres of land in Alexandria county, within one mile from Alexandria city, im? proved by fine 8 room frame dwelling,with bath and city water and slate roof, with fine porches, and good outbuildings. Good shade with an abundance of shrubbery and fruit. On fine macadam road. This property is offered at the ridicu lously low price of $4,000 For further parhculars. THOMPSON & APPICH 10? South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va City and Suburban Propertlea. Stocks and Bonds TWO YEARS AGO ROSEMONT Wsa only a paaturs field, without a sign of a houae or proepect of one. TODAY ItiaaperfeofCity Beautiful" witb 19 handsome brickhomes.two more to be atarted thie|month. every residcnt owning hia own homc. Do youfa-eslize the improvements that have been raad. in Roaemont? There are granolithic aidewalka. paved guttera. for surfacc drainafe only. food etrccti. beautiful parkings kept in pcrfeet order. city water. gas and electneity. itreet hghti. - fine eawersge plsnt. fire plugs. night and day police protection. the night watchtnan having to registcr all over the . operc/ with a watchman'a clock every hour. a beautiful electric station with a public phone for the u?e of the residenta: in oth.-r wor i, everything that the best reaidence section inside of Ai.-xaniri. haa, and witb good (idewalkf and paved itrcet right into town. and a 3c car fare to the ihopping district*. There is m aafc more to tell whteb will appcar in tbe next articlepubbshed in this ipace. F. L. Slaymaker, 313 King Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN.