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Does YOUR Roof Leak?
We can tell you how to stop it? not mcrcly for the present, but permancntly. Look at the 6-inch, asphalt cement-wcldc.i joint. shown at the left. You c i continuous one piece roof without a nail-hole in it. No Ieaks No painting No nail-holes No worry No repairs No COAL-TAR If you use WIDE-WELD ASPHALT PATE NTEO soi.n BY WILLIAM H. PECK. sop7 lw First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G LABOOTHE. President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier M. B* HARLOW, Vice-Pre.ident J. J. GREEN. Assistant Cash.er DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loans and Invo-stmcntfi, 888J rj.R Bonda. Banking House. i>ne trom Bankaand Ko re Afenta. Oaah. j I'er teut. Fund. 1_ ,486.80 ,000.00 59L61 .104.41 ,688.80 .400.00 $l,_s LIABILITIES Capit.nl.?10?'?SS-?? SurpluaandProflta. lWg& V1""1-1,110". gJWS Deposits. ,'7,iw, Othor Liabilltics. 1,410.01 81,228,838.42 This bank with its amplc capital and surpliia, lts adequate equlpment imd facilities, solieits the accounts of manuraeturcrs, wholesalcrs, retailers and individuals on tho Ix-ki terms eonsistent with sound banking. No accouut too large to ho handled satisfactorily; none too small to be appreelated. Virginia SafeDeposit&TrustCorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorizcd Capital. ?1,000.000. Paid in Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS C.J.Rixey.JohnP.Robinson. Thomas J-Fannon C. C. Leadbeater, Henry K. V,. j. iu cy. j ^ ^^^^ Bwdef Gcorec s French , K M Norton. We act as Executor. Administrator and Truatee. Issue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savintfs Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Bank.. Corpora ?ions. Firms and Individuals. and promise liberal treatment eon.i.tent with aound banking methods. _S_ John Ahern & Co., Ooraet Pitaaa and Oocnmeroc streets. WHOLESALE &r RETAILGROCERS and dealera In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Oountry produee received daily. Out of Plain and Pancy Grooerles em bracea c\ erything io be had lo tbis line. w . holdlargely In United Statesbond eil waivhoiise and earry in stock vaiiolis branda ofthe beat PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. HaTaalao In Btoreauperiorgiadea Of FoielgTJ and Anierican WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. fifc Satisf-ictionfiiutnuitoedasto Price and Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., N.E. Corner Cameron and Koyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchants and dealera In ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. liave 00 band GlbaOB'a XX. XXX. XXXXandPureOld Rye, Old Oabinet and Monogram Wbiskies; also Hakcr's and Thompaon'a Pure Rj e Whiakiee, to which they invitc the aiuntion of the tnuie. Ordera from tbe country for nicreban diee >>bali receive prompt attentlon. Conalgnmenta of Flour, Graln and Countrj Produee sollelted, for wbieb tbev guaranteetbe hlgbeat market prices and prompt returns. _ BUILDING MATKRIAIS BJTABLISHSD I8_L] Henry K. Field &Co., s 11 > ? v eaeora to JOSiAB II. 1> SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF All. KlNlw. Lumber, Ccment and Plastcr. Offlce and Yard 116N. I'nion street Factory N'o. 111 N. Lee street. Materlal DellTered FREE in the city. Pure Food Store. Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Virginia Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer, ? 1.25 per case 24 bottles. Call. phone. or write. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets. H, WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKFICK AND STORKS: 115-117 N. ROTAL ST. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul tural I mplements. Vehicles.Harneas. Field and Garden Seeds. WAREHOISE9, BOVTH VNION 8TREET, ON Lm OK HOtTHERN RAII/WAT. Also Graln, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feed Will always keop in stock the highest grade of theso articles. - VTaSTEI A good WHITE :_AJi tor tbe afiable t Ravenavrorth. Wn?? to BtrTJi^y* Burke, Tlrftnla. tnwn w For RentFor Rent OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Are manufaetured and licensed under the Selden Pat.-ut. Tho 1911 inodels are now ready for dclivery, and are the most attractivo line of care in the whole country. Consult us and get a car that will be a real pleasure to you. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON THE FAMOUS Cherrystone Oysters, Select Potomac River Oysters, and Reed Birds. EVERYTHING SEASONABLE. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INO. LUMBBB & MILLYVORK, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Your Wateh Will [ Never KeepCor rect Time if it needs cleaning. Most likely that'sthe reason it has been losinf time lately. Step in and let us look it over. We are experts in wateh repairing. All our work is guaranteed, and our charges are always the lowest. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34S. .M in theGarden Sub 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-dcf ate means. Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses, poured in steel moulds. Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and car fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Office, 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. ?_? If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE u what you want. Also try some of our line Imported Winea and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., M..NDAY KVKXIXG. SKPT. \Z Etiauette and Danger. "Ezra," said the farmer's wife, "I wlsh you wouldn't lean your elbers on th' table." "Huh," sneered tbe farmer, "gettin' fastlderoua. aln't you? Mebby you'U be warnln' me next to keep my knife outen my mouth an' tellln' me not to cool my tea lo my snsser. But my granther kep' Irfcs elbers on th' table. an' so dld my father. an', by beck. Pm goin' to lean on It as hi rd an' as long as I dun please, so there!" Wherenpon he lcaned bard, so hard that the anclent table suddeuly col lapsed and sprnwled out Its legs and went down with n frlghtful crash of crockery. "Well, you've gone nn' dono it now!" screamed tbe old lady. "That's a pret ty mess, aln't It? Ef you'd had th' senso of a chlpmunk you'd have know ed th' reason I dldn't want you to lean on th' table wuz 'causc th' legs wuz rlckety. An' I guess a little etlquette wouldn't hurt you notie anyway, Ezra Doollttle, to say nothln' of savin' $2 wuth of family crockery." And the dlsgusted farmer stumbled out from the sceue of wreckago and chased a harmless tramp three rnlles down the road with an ax handle. Cleveland Plain Dealcr. Handicapped. Engllahmen use their bands compara tlrely little in conversntlou, but Frencb men use them a good deal. Qualntly enough, Parlsians have a very keeo sense of the exaggerated way In wbicb the southern Frencbinnn and tbe Ital lan help on what tbey bave to say with their hands. and this accounts for the following story: An Itallan railway thlef was caught redhanded ln tbe train, hnndcuffed aud brought to Paris. As be was walking out of tho Garo de Lyou bctweeu two detectlves a frlend met him. "Hello!" he said. "Where have you been this long time. and how are you?' The prlsoner looked at hlru patuet ically and sbook bis head. "Whaf s the matter?" said his frlend. "Have you been strlcken durab?" The prlsoner ralsed uls bandcuffcd hands. "Very nearly," he said.?Lon don M. A. P. Room and Board For Single Gentleman "So, Bellnda, I hear you aud 'Doc' have parted company. Couldn't you get along?" "No'uin; least 1 couldn't. D'ye know that low down nlggcr Just ma'ied me fo' my money?" "No?" I said. "Yas'm. He saw all them tblngs ln my pa'lor, sllber butter dlsnes and crayon portraits that you and the othe' white ladies* gl' me, aad be Just thought he was goln' to sot in there and smoke while I washed and i'ned. And 1 had a big burlal insurance, too, and ho knowed that. So I Jes' natch ully tu'ned him out." "Tes," I said. "But I thought I saw him going ln your back gate last week." "Oh, to be sure! He's round, but he's Jes' boa'dln* with me now."? Ladle9' Home Journal. Beginning of tho Germ Theory. Agostino Bassl, a country doctor ln the north of Italy, early ln the last century was the starter of the germ theory of dlsease. At that time a pe culiar dlsease was killing the stlk worms, bringlng min to the whole silk country of Italy. Bassl, by tho ralcro scope, discovered the germ which ls the cause of the dlsease. The germ later was named Botrltls bassiana. Bnssi believed and stated that human dlseases were also caused by germs. Bassl's work was sneered at and pooh poohed by his fellow men and physl cians, and he failed to make a lasting impresslon, thereby losing great glory for Italla.-New York Press. The Orkney Island*. *The member from tbe Orkneys" ls the only man ln the BrlUsb bouse of commons who can say be sit.s for 200 lslands. Only slxty of the lslands are inhablted, but tbe constltuency em braces more than 00.000 people. The Orkneys were once ^iven by Nbrway to England as securlty for 8 queen's dower and never redeemed. In tho lslands the voters mu.st ro to tbe polls by boats, and in sonie cases tbe dlstance to be traveled ls elght mlles. First Aid. "Now," said the professor. "suppose you had been called to see a patteal with bysterics?somo one. for Insta nce. who had started laughlng and found It Imposslble to stop?what ls the flrst thlng you would do?' "Amputate his funny bone." prompt ly replled the new student.?Houston Post. _ Oid Her Best. "We're always carefu! about these contlguous dlseases," said Mrs. Lap sllng. "When Johnny had got well of tbe measles we bought some sulpbur candles and dl6concerted tbe house from top tobottom."-ChicagoTrlbune. An Advantage. "So yon prefer servants who speak Engllsh imperfectly?" "Yes," replled the housewlfe. "If I don't understand what they say I am not obliged to dlsmlss them so fre quently."?Exchange. Sutpicion. Once give your mind to suspiclon tnd there ls sure to be food enough for lt. In the 8tlllest night tbe air is lilled with sonnds for the wakeful ear tbat ls resolved to Usten. The Common Complaint. Probably this expresslon Is used oftener by people than nny other: "V.v erythlng ls blamed on me."?Atchlson Globe. Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarroelia Remedv with you when starting 00 your trip this summer. It cannot be ob tained on board the trains or steamers. Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacka of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by W. F, Oreigbton and Bicbard Gibeon. PUDDINGS m made from Jell-0 ICE CREAM Powder Aro the eaalest made and most de licious ever aerved by the finest cooks. Simply atir the powder into niilk, boil a few minutes, and it's done. Anyonecandoit. Directions printed onthepa^kage. Ito Cream made from Jell-0 Ice Cream Powder coata only one cent a dish. Flavors: Vanilla, Rtrawl*rry. Lemon, Chocolate, and TJnflavored. At Croeen', 2 paekag** 25 evoH. Beautiful Becipe Book Free. Ad bssB, The Geaesee Pare Food Co* le toy, N. Y. i_3 W A \TS PVPILS' TKKTH EX ABflfT BO IIY DENTIST*. In a letter to Doctor Brumbaugh, superintendent of schools, Dr. I*. B. McCullough, chairman of the Pliila delphia committee of dontists anpointed hy Doctor Xeff, of the department of health and eharitios, to arrange the de tails of a dontal clinic, rccommcnds that the plans lirst suggested with re gard to the treatmentof children'steeth be obanged. A.-cording to the present plan, tlie teatfa of school childron are to be examined by medieal inspectors of tbe bureau of health, aud then, Ifneceatary they are to be treated iu tlie froo dental clinic that is beinf establisbed by the department of health and charittes. Doctor MeCullough asks that the examinatinns be conductod by grad nates of the dental dispensary, and upnii tbeir recoenroendation bave Ihe cbildrea treated in oasea wbere the per snta aro too poor to pay for sueli serv ices. Tlie consent of Doctor Brumbaugh to the ehange is askod, and also tlie i>i of tlie i-leiiientary oomniittee of tbe board ofeducation. Thisoom" mittee will consider the subject al a meeting to be held Monday after? noon. In buying a cough medicinc, don't be afraid to get Cliamborlaiu's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it, aud rcfief is sure to follow. Especially reconimended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and Rio.hard Gibson. A band of youthful higliwaymen s/ho, according lo ihe police. do not ?top at liolding np nboever is in sight. but in motnenta wben monev is acarce .ni.i cburebea and riflo poor domh, wascapturad yesterday after the Wash? ington police had wrunganallegedcon fession from one of the band, incrimi nating the othara and furntshing infor iiKition whieh madetlieireapturepossi ble. Tlio police have under arrest llarrv M. Brooks, John H. Cunning bam aud Emile Daust, all from Rieh? mond, Brooks, according to the police, nya be is 22 years old, Onnningham 18, an.l Daust 18. We sstl Beaa, Regal, Walk-oter, Broekton and Taylor mado line _oea for gentlanien. J. H. Marshall & Bro., 422 King street. THE PHILADELPHIA RECORIJ. There are three eaaentlal elementa, ae eordlng to The Phlladelpbls Record, tbat make t'or lUcoeSB in B modern neus peper: . , tnrstit must prlnt all the newa with an ejetotbelnterestaofall typea of read ers. in attr.ietive and .-litaiiiing form. Seoond, wbatever polltleal eause u may editortally ezpouae, it must i>.- lair. me ofoutalde dletatlon, and alncere ln adv<> catingthe poUclealtbelleveato bebesl for tbe general wellare, Thinl.it muat be eiean. irbolesome aad etevatlng In ns Influcnce. ,. ,, n'hr Record Itaelf poaaeaaea all theac elementa ofanoeess, and then some. In dependeatly democratle In poiuics. it lau nearly nonpartlaan aa a newapaper .an !>.- iu its aewa oolums, which fully aad aocurately .over tlie entlre Beld trihutarv to Philadelphia. Aaide from its newa departraenta,lnoludlng Itadally market reports. whieh are the recognia ed autbority ln produee tranaaotJona, ii lapre-emtneatinaeveral etber featurea that have contributed lmmenaely to Ita popularity asa family newspapcr. Tho last wordoa househoid aflaJra, aolence, btahlona and nurm progreaa is found le m regular departmenta Us Bunoua ' Re portera' Noaegay" colum lawldelyquot . .1 tbroughout the country. It la tbe ieaderln tlie Beld of iports. it is prae tlcally the only dally paper In tbe eaat ror borse newa And Ita oartoonlat, arbo hltaoff theprlnolpal eventa of tbe day in Inimltable rtyle, is aei.d to nona la the Init.-.l states. The Philadelphia Record has anotbj aretementof aewa value that isot parj ti.-illar interest tO the women ofthe lam ilv. Tbe atore aewa la generally ol lee ondary Importance In thelr eyee only to the chronlcle oftheworld'adolnga. I he Kecord, it is worth notbtag, prlnta more department atore advertulng tban any other newapaper In PbUadelpbav UNCLAIMED LETTERS. 'i be following is a llst ofthe letten n malnlng In tbe Alexandria, Va., post> office up toSeptember 10, 184?: Balley, a?ra Llxale Marin. Domnulul Bryan, Mrs Lottle Baglor, (harles Catoii. Mrs Allie Siinpson. Mrs Jaa ' ( blldren'a Say'a EdSmltb, airaJoa II ColllnBjfraVirglnlaSmltb, Kev Jos H Dove, Mrs Ella Pettlt. Jamea Elaie, Adlaon (2) PettyJohn.J S Evana,Tbomaa Polloek.Rev .Ino 1$ OrayTPeaii (21 Smtth.Mra Sallie (' Har'l.an. Mrs Ana Spn.-r. vV A Hough. F II Talbert, afraC \> Huitt. Tate Taylor. Huek Jackaon,J II Terrell, afra i 0 Jaeoba. Stuart I Thomas, MrsEmma Jett, Marv Landon Ihompaon, Lois Kollv. Mrs Emily Turner, afraC A Lvttle, Mrs Agnea Venable,P8 Weat, Dor.i J. A. BOOBOBg. Postmaster. U< _gueer Oflsae,9B8 i7th street . v. w.. Waablnjrtoo, i?. <'?. Aug. 23. ia Bealed propoaats ikor dredging in Potomac River at Alexandria, Va. and at Lower Cedar Point, afd.,andln l pper MaehodoeaadDymersCreaks, Va., will !).? reoetved here until \i M.. Beptember 22,1910, and then nublicly onened. In formation on appllcation. W. C LaW0> mr, Lt CbL Engrs. augJ4.25,26,>7,sopJ),21_ OFFICE OF THE LAXSTUN MOK OTYPE MACHINK COMPANY. PbUadelpbia, Beptember 8, BMO. The Iloard or dircctors ha.s this daj de elared a quarteriy divldend of il4 per eaat on tbe capital stoek <>f tbla eom pany, payable on tbe noth day of Sep? tember, W10, to stoekholders of rocord at the elose of hiisinc-s Beptember 28, i becka will t>e mailed. I 8ELLERS BAXCBOFT, sep9.li; Trea-.ur.-r. Leadlieater's guarantoed ( herrv Cough Remedy to cure coughs. We don't 3ay oryour money back, because there a no need. It curea: ??o,botile. _ MEETINOB. THE annual meeting of the etook holders ofthe MKKMIAV, MECH \\K S S.W IN?;s BANK lor the election ofdlrectorsand for auch other buslnessas may come before aaW meet? ing will be held atthe offlce oi Mr. I..-. P. Harlow. ln the elty Of Alexandria. stateof Virginia, TUE8DA1 Beptem? ber l.i. 1910. al 11 O'olook a. ?. ELDRIDGE E .K'KDAN. aug-^'ol_ I-ivsi.lcnt. TMU-: annual meeting of the atoek holdere ofthe ARUNQTON BREW ING COMPANY will be held at tbe of ? ihe eompany, Roaslyn, \ Irginia, on TUESDAY, September 13,1910, at i<> o'clock a. m., lor thc purpose ofelecting direetors and for the tiansaetion ofaucn other busineaa aa may properljf be brougbl before aaid meeting. ARLINGTON BREWING eo.MI'AN'Y. aug?i ul Ai K tary. THK annual meeting of tbe stockbold ers ofthc (JNION BUILDING COM? PANY for the election of otlieersand direetors Ibr the OUSUlng year. will be lieM at the offloe of tbe company. li'i soutb lloval slreel, Alexandria. V_,OU MONDAY. September 19th, at 11.90a. m. M. M. PARKER. Preaident LOUISBEYEB, .ln.. Becretary. Bep3 wtw-f _ _ A eeneral or called meeting of tbe _ ftockholdersof tho WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA k MT, VKRXOX RAILWA1 COMPA2TY will be held at tbe principal oiiice of the company at Mt. Vcnion. \ irtrinia. on WEDNES? DAY, Beptembera, 1910, at two o'clock p. ni.. for thc purpose of consi' >liag a propoaed agreement with thc Washing ton-Vlrginla Rallwai Company. W. II. I.AWTOX. MptMd Asslstanl Seeretnry. A general or oalled meeting of thc Btock holders ofthe WASHINGTON, ARUNOTONd PALI.SCHUCH K YIL WAY COMPANY will be held at the principal offloe of the company at Mt. Vcnion. Virginia, on WEDNESDAY, September 21, 1910, attwo-thlrty o'clock p. in.. for tbe purpose <>r eonsldering a propoaed agreement with the Waahfnf ton-virglnla Railway Company. !' 1 JOHN W. RICH. Seeretnry. NOTICE of the Drat meeting or the subscrihers to the capital atoek of THK i; i K A I. IIOM I-:s DEVELOP MENT COMPANY, laeorporatcd. The ftrst meeting of the Rubscribera to the capital atock of THK RL'RAL HOMES l?l- \ ELOPMENT COMPAHY, lorated, will be h.-ldat tbe princi? pal ofneeoi tho company In tbe Alex? andria National Bank building. Alexan? dria, Virginia, in theoffloeofC K. Nlcol, Attorney. on BATURDAY, September 2t, 1910, al 2:00 p. m., for the purpoee oi organlzing aala oompany and Ibr the transactlon of all btuineaa that may pi-op.M-u come liefore add meeting. LLEWELLYN JORDAN, Preaident II. C. ALLEN. Becretary . sep02w Ni.TH i; OF BTOCKHOLDER8' MKl'.TINi; The annual meeting of the direetors and stockholders ofthc HARRISA 8HAFER COMPANY will take place THURSDAY, September ?, 1910, at :i p. m., al tbe offloe of tho Com? pany No. 123 aouth Koyal street, Alexan? dria'. Virginia. By order ofthe preaident ' i:. ALLEN IIARR1S. Seereutry. sopj Ul General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Bur'te tf Herbert Bldtf. Thc eompai ies represented iu this offlce bave aaaeta of over 8100.000,000. Among others are: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globc. iCtna Insurance Co. Northcrn Aaaurance Co. Sprinffield Fire fif Marine. Prompt attention givon toadjustment ofloaaesandall manera eonneeted with Insurance._ - VIRGINIA. ln the Clerk'a offlce of the Corporation Courl oi' the City of Alexandria, on the Slat daj ol Auguat, 1910. Annle M. Gordon va TbomaaH. Gor? don. ln chancery. Memo, The object <>r this sull Ia tool> tain adlvorcea mensa et thoro i'or the eomplalnanl from tbe detendanton tbe ground ofdeaertion and for general re it appearlng by an affldavlt filed ln this cause thal tho defendant Thomaa il. Gordon, Is a non-realdent of tbis Btate: ... it ls Ordered: That said defendant ap pear bere withln flfteen days after due publicatlon of tliis order, and do whal i^ neccssary toprotectbia Interestln thia mlt and that a eopy of thia order i>e forthwlth inserted ln the Alexandria Gazette.a newspaper publlshed ln the dty of Alexandria, on*e a week for lour Huccesslre weeka, and posted at the fronl ii-ior ofthe Courl Houae of this city. A OOpy- Teste. NEVELL8. GREENAWAT, Clerk. Cbariea Bendhelra, p. <i antf.'tl w-iw-w Fresh Supply of Gibb's Whipped Cream Chocolates. Special, 25c Pound. Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. Phone 281. Greenhouses S. I'atriok St, D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Funeral work promptly attended to. De livercd tO all parts of Mie city. C SATISFACTION G D_ RANTEED. M_S tf School Books and School Supplies of all kind.s, a largc line to select from. Bring us your list and we will fill same at loaaal pricea. A line lot of nd-band books nows on band. SPeDyson&BrOe BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Xestto Opera House. When the digestion is all rigbt. tbe action of tbe bowels regular. there is a a natural craving and relish for food. When tbis is l.-rking you may know tbat you need a dOW of Cliarnberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strcngthen thc digestive organa, im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and Kicbard Gibaon. KIXAXCIAL G MII.MK I.. BOOTHE, I M. II. HARLOW President | Yiee pTSStdeat First National Bank Al.KXANPKIA, ^ A. Designated Depository of the United States. CAPITAL.8100.000 SURPLl s AND iMUNinEl) PR0FPT8.UTa.OOO Directors: O. 1.. BOOTHE, M. H. HARLOW, <;. E. WARFIELD, .). K. MI 11:. WALTER ROBERT8, B. BAER.Ja., FKANCIS].. s.\"'"" ESTAHLISHEI) \<>1. Burke & Herbert Moderuly equipped for banking in its varioiis liranehes. Depoattea reeelved aabjeet to ebeek at algbt < ollections made on all poini--. Htgb-gaade laveetmeert seuiulllea uought aad sold. I.eit.-rs ot" l/redit and Foroign Ex ohange furulahed. Sale Depoelt Boxea for reat A Savings IVpartinent in which In tere-i is allowed on dci)osits. 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 Established 1792 Keep Cool Electrically Electnc lights do not hoat up tlie room. Electric fans will bring the eool ing breesas of the conntry into your store or room. Eleetrii- irons have tlie hcat eontered at one place. and tbat i* tho plaee that i- mc.I. l.et N8 give you figures on its cost. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. HAYIXO qualified as adininistrator e. t. a. of ALBERTJ. PAIR,deceaaed, all per-ons indobtcd to said .'-la!' "?' hereby aotlfied to make prompt aettle mcnt ot'slleh indehtedness. aad all per sons to whom the said .-state i> Indebted are direeled to present sueh elalins, properly cerUfied, for letUement 11 II. KOEL GARNER, Adiliini-t'-ltore. t. a. Quality Ice Cream Ice Cream and [ces of all llavors andof the purest qualities always on hand or furnished to order. Spccial prices on large quantities Cakes and Pastry of all kinds and of the best quality. HD|rt/,L 615 King St. ? DlOCJl Both Phones. VIRGINIA.?In tho Clerk- otheoot the Corporation Court ofthe City Ol Alexandria, oatheStb day of Septem her. MA < arrie Lee C. Johnston vs. Robert Ora ham .Johnston. In chaneory. Memo. Tho objectof thia auitia tooh tain for tho eomplainant. Carrle Lee < Johnston, an absolute divorce from tho bondsof matrimony from tho defendant Robert (iraham .Johnston; and that ihe eomplainant be award.-d tho custody an > raising of their infant daughter. Hilda Vvonne Johnston, and for sueh further and general reliof aa to equity ls right. It appearing bj an affldavlt flled in tios eailSO that the defendant.ItolK>rt<ii-lli:n'. Johnston, is'a non-rcsident of this Btate: It is Ordered, That said defendant ap pear here within liftcen days after duo piihlication of this order, and do what is ?iry to protoct his intore-t in this suit. and ttuit a copy of this order !?? forthwlth iimerted in the Alexandria Gasette, a newspaper publiahed ln the City of Alexandria, onee a week f<>r f<?ur sueeessive weeks, and posfr'd at tlie front door ofthe Court House of this oity A copy?Tr. NEVKLL S OREEKAWA '. . < _rk Uoblnson Moncure, p. <i- ?ep8 wlw-thu WEEK END TICKEI > Loeal week end tlckets Washington t) Somerset, Warrenton. Harriaonbuig. Bluemoat and intermediato station on.Saturdaysaud Sundays, valid forre turnon Monday at very low faros wui be piaced on aale by Southern Rail way at Waahington,l). C. ?)eginning HATL K DAY, May 28th. and contlnuing until October'2, inclusive. L. S. BROWN, Oeneral Agent