Newspaper Page Text
ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EYENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 226 HAY FEVER A?^Xe CATARW Ely'sCreamBalm |.''_^I_h it quickly abtorbed. Givet Relief at Once. Itcleanaea, soothea, ^?/"''P'iR' BjealB and protects the diseased uiem brane resulting from CatiiiTh and drives away a OcU in tho Head rralekly. Be?| ?torea tho Senses of I Taate and Sm> 11. Full size 50 cts., atDrng giats or hy mail. Iu Uquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Stroot, New York. BCHOOLfl St. Mary's Academy noAKoiso \m> aai aoBBooa, aoa oaooa Kuiirelv modern in building an.l clu eaiionil methoda. Academleaud Musie departments offer exceptlonal advan for seeuring a comideto l-.ngIlan R_tl Miwlcal edlle.ltioll. C.mereialilo partmentto flt for ofnee work a apco iali.. I'o-itions leeured when pupMa am prepared. Splendld Intplloctinu ad vantagea lolned to reflned chrisnan training Boya under twelve adtnltteu to day school. Call or write l'<>. catalogue BlOTERSOFTHEHOI/TCfJtOBS 1 1111 _ Arlington Institutc A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS :\; North Waafalogton Street, Ai,i:x vnmiia. V -v. naSeptember22,1910, In additlon totl .- usiial eom-e or Btudy a (la? III Btcnozrapby and typewrltlng will be rornied. Catalogues al Loadlx itcraand Alleit'adru. itorea and after September the n sddence. ..,.,, Mi-s A. M. CHANDLEE, an_22 tOOtl _l'rineioal John P. RoBiNBOJC, (iio. S. FfUCfl h, U-nt. SeeieUiry. Alexandria Fertilizer and ?>i \m ) \< rx'RBaa <>e Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric ftcid. I rour .lealer lor the Alexandria Fertili/.-ramK hcniieal Co.'s ProdUCtS. Capicity: 50.000 tons per annum. Prlncew Street :ui<i Potomae River \\?;,. \levmdiia. Yiitrinia. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Ordera a Spccialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble.jclear as crystal. OFFICE Cameron and l'nion lUOOte, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. jyi-tf John Ahern & Co., Corner Prtnee and Oommerce Streets, WHOLESALE tf RETAIL GROCERS and dealera In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Oountn produee received daily. our , of Plaln and Fancy Oroeerlea em i.ni.-es evcrythlng to be had In thia line. \\ e hold largely ln United States bond ed warehouae and carry ?? atoek varloua branda of tbe beal PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES ma.le. Haveai-o in store auperioffgradea of Poreign and Amerieaa WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. &?c N.u,-la.tion Guarantecd asto I'rieeand Quality _________________________ W. A. Johnson & Co., X. K. Corner Cameron and Boyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commisaion Merchanta aad dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand GlbBOn'a XX. XXX. X\ \x and Pure (?l?l Rye, Hd Cabinet aud Mono-i-im Whi.-kics'. also Baker s an.l Thompaon'a Pure Rye W hiaklea.to whi.h they invite tlie attentlon Ol tlie tradc. , . Ordera from the country for mercnan diaesball recelvc prompt attentlon. Conalenmenta of Flour. Grain aud Country Produee aollclted, for which they tuarantee the hlgheat market prleea and prompt reiurns. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. OltOCEltlES, PROVISIONS, WOOD1 COAL LIME, I 1 \1K\I. TF.UKA. ?oTT\ SEWEB l'H'K. N A.ILS, Gl \SS. 1'AINTS AND Olla, Ivory Wall Plaster \ lar.-e(,nantity ol new an.l seeoml aandlumberand aoaonrthaod brtekfot -ale cheap. WM. H. PECK. "93 ti Shampoo Paste An teTigoraUng scalp eleanser and dandi utl remover. 25 CENTS. M ike-th.e hair BOfl lOd pliable. Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. 2dt\Janbna <&aztite. Pl'BI.ISHEn PAILY AND tri-weekly at GAZETTE BUILDING, :>10 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered atthe Poatoffloe of Alexandria, Virginia, as second-elass matter.] Terms: Daily-1 vear, $5.00; 6 months, |2.50; 3 montha, $1.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. . Tri-weekly ?1 vear, $3.00: G months $1.50: 3 months, 75 eents; 1 montb, N centa. Contract advertisers will not bo allowcd to exceed their spaco unless tbe B is paid for at transient ratos, and under no eireiiiiistaiices will they be allowod to advertlse other than their legiti mate business in the spaee contracted for- . .i. . Resolutions ln momoriam. or thanks. tribiitcsof respeet. resolutions adoptetl by BO-i-tt-B or persons.unlessof public concern, will b? printed in the papor as advertisemeatii. IXKKASE INPIBUl EXPENSI'.S Former Governor David B. Hill re? turned to his old home in Elmira, N. Y., Wednesday to spend a week with friends for the first time in four years. Ho spoke at the Chemung county fair grounds in tlie afternoon to a large audience. After relating many rem miniaceocca ol bia career, whieh began iti Elmira, be dwelt al some leiigth on tbe dangeis tliat coiifrotit the eountry, and repUed to the suggestions made by Qovernor Bughea in his Bjmcaae apeecb. Ha said: "One of tlie dangcrs tliat eonfront tbe eountry today in the already in ?d aaid -Btill laoreaaing eapendkaree ol government in natioa and state. Good oW-taahlon-d economy seems to have been abandoned andwud acbemea of every cbaracter are being substitutcd in itaatead. The extentto wbich offlcial BaJariea have been iocreaaed In both Btate and nation ia appalmg, and the end is not yet. The eountry cannol long stand Buoh reckleaa lcgislation, and in my opinion it is high time to eall a batt." He tlien critieised severely noetbod <.f "indired tasation/'aayiog it maket no difference in (he result. so long as tbe money comes out of pockrttf. [ndirect taxation migbt for a timede ceive am) mialead tbe people, bot eventually the true aitoation would b come apparent. He pointed ool tbal the expenae ol the state governnient for the fiacal year was $34,194,429,60, wliilo under hla ad miniatration the bcavieal expenaea were b IHtle over 114,000,000. In buying a cough medicine, don't be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough n?ere is no danget from it, and relief is aure to follow. Espccially reoommanded for coughs. colds and whooping cough. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard fiKhwnn. >i\v i.osk a kirtim:. The longing of Horace Logan Keelor, 22 years old, of Bicbmond, Ind., for life in the United States navy may cost him a fortune of $1,500,00(1 it was learned in Chicago yesterday. The young man. I son of Harry C. Keelor, of Richmond, enlisted at a naval recruiting station in Chicago on September 7. Two months previously hi. grandfather had died. Keelor was not told of the provisions in his grandfather's will. By the terms of this will, young Keelor is left prop erty valued at 11,500,000, provided ht earos uot less than $7o a month until be ia 2"> years old. Keelor enlisted as a medieal appreiitiee in the navy for four years at $22 a month. Lawyerfl representing the Keelor es tate arrived in Chicago Wednesday night, after a search for Horace Keelor extending through Texas, Colorado, Kansas and Ifiaaonri. They were told that the young man had enlisted and gotic to Norfolk, Va. The atlorneys, after exaiiiining Keelor's cnlistmetit papera, iniimated that they would ap? peal to the War Department to aave tbe fortune for tlie young man. The naval autboritiea at Washington have no disposition to cause tbe young man to lose the property willed him, and the secretary of the navy prob ably would order his inimediate dis charge upon his showing the faets statcd in the newspaper dispatches con ecrning his good luck and the stipula tion as to his earning ability. So far no word has reached the department from him, and any action must await his initiative. When tbe digestion is all right, tlie action of the bowela regular, there is a a natural craving and reliah for food. When this is 1,'u'king you may know tbat you need adoae of Oliainbe-lam'a Storoacfa and Liver Tablets. They Btrengthen tbe digeatlve organt, im prove the appeti-, and regolate the bowela. Bold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Uibson. KI.VOKI.l) POWBKOV ATTORNKY Robert Winthrop Chatiler has re voked the power of attorney he gave tO Lina Cavalieri to ooUed tbe ioconte from his estate under their famous an te-nuptial agreemeiit. This statement was made in New Vork yesterday by Sidney Harris. Chanler's attorney, who said that notiee of the revocation had been eervod on truataea ofthe es No olher action is needed. Mr. Harris declarcd, to give effect to the revocation, and it will not be filed in any offlce of record. This move is intended to make it impossible for Ci.valieri lo obtain the ineome from the three trust funds set aside for Chanler. Within tWO or three days Mr. Harris intonds to anawai the sunimons and complaint Ued by attorneys for Alrs. Julia Chamberlain Chanler, the arl lirst wife. wliich ipiestions the legality of his agreement with his bride. Mr. Harris would not indieate, however, what will be the nature of his reply. It waa aaid in behalf of the Chanler family yesterday that the efforts of Robert's brothera and aisters to induce him to give up all intention of going back to Cavalieri had aucceeded. and that it was the plea of his sister, Mra. fficnard Aklrich, formerly Margaret Livingston Chanler, that moved him to give the proniise. Cbanler has agrecd, it was said. that wheu Cavalieri arrives in New York lie will keep in tlie hackground and pcrmit his lawyers to handlc his affairs. Ladies, you will always wear a smile if you wear the Red Cross Shoe. For sale only by J. A. Marshall & Bro., 422 King atreet, a LocKor r in ni'.Kiix. The nictal-workingeniployes'organi zation met in Berlin yesterday and rotea1 to hx-k out the organized work man in the trade on Oetober W unless tlie -trikin<: shiphuilders return to work before that day. The organized metal arorfcera have been making contribu tioiis to the support of idli' slupnieii, and yesterday's action was desigiicd to influenee tlie latter to return to work or loaa one reveoue of financial assistancc. Tho general lockout in the shipbuild ing mdustry which followed loeal strikes baa COOtioued for six weeks. I.ast night the employes' aaBodatioa gave lo the press a -tatenient in which it was said that 60 per eent. of the worktng rorce of the entire metal in dustry would he locked out on Oetober B and remain locked out until the differeocea with th- shiphuilding yards were adjuated aod aympaUietie atrikea declared o?t The sirikers make tlie ettimate thatolXUKH) workmen will he affected. ?HOT WITH BABY IV IH'" AIOI*. The umvritteii oodeof ihe Ki titueky mountalneera was broken arben "Ooe'' Moles, carrying his baby in his anns, bot tbrougfa the heait l.y ;i sharp shooting mountain aaaaaain, the bullet penetrating the baby'sdreBB. lt has always been a point of chivalry. even amOOg ihe feudists, DOt to lire upon a man when a woman or child might he endangered. To carry a child in anns forehaa been an invartable meaqa ..' protection. "Doc" Moles, who bad given informatioTi to the government levctiiie offlcors, rtarted for courl at Albaoy vTedneeday to teatify againat some of hia "moonahlning" neigbbora who had been arreeh .i aaa conaequence ..f liis atory. Moles knew that his life was in daoger, so he carricil his iiine inonths old baby in hia anns to pre vent being Bred upon. This time the Code failed. ______ I.I.API.I) FROM A TltAIN. By leaping from u train of the Penn sylvania Railroad in tlie ' Huffinan sti.et (lialtimore) tunnel last night Ifarcua Golden, of Baltimore, eecaped from a Washington detctive who was bringing him to tbe capital from New Y.'ik, where he was arrested on Wedneaday oo the charge of the larceny of two watches, valued at $50. Whether Oolden i- dead or alive the Baltimore poliee are unable to say. Golden baa been coovioted in Wash? ington on the charge of the larceny of the wratchea from M. V. Konunan, a jeweler of that city, whcre he was employed as ? aaleeman, At a late hour last night nothing had been btard from Golden. Saiuii.l II. I.unt, Auetioneer. BT VIRTUEOP \ DECREE OFTHE Corporation Court oftheclty of Alex? andria. entered on tbe Ifitfa day <>r Sep? tember. 19?0 in the chaneery cause of Rlchara A. Qraj. who iuea, ete., va Ibe unkiiown belrsof Tbomaa .lohnson. .1. omaarl, tbe underaigned eoranrlwionera of sale. appointed bj the aaid decree, will Offer '.'or sale at public BUCtioC Bt the Royal atreet entrance of tbe Market Building of the eltjf of Alexandria. Vir? ginia: OO SATURDAY, THE 6TH 1>AV OP OCTOBER, 1640, at twelve o'eloek m., the foik>wlB_real e-tate. situate in the city of Alexandria. Virginia, and bounded and deeorlbed aa follows: Beglnnlng on tbe west side of Fairfax street fifteen Feet nine and one-lialf inehes south ofC.il.hoii street and run nlng thenee west and paralle) with Otb bon atreet aeventy-flee aaet lo an allev six feet live inehes wide; thenee soulh on said allev (il'teen feet nine and one half inehes; thenee east In B direct line seventy-live feet to Fairfax street. and thenee north on Fairfax street to the l.e glnnlng, wltb all the appurtwnancea, with the Improvementa thereon. Terms ofsale?Oue-third eash and the reaidue in twoertual inatallmenta at aia and rwetve nionths from the date ofsale. e\ idelieed by the purchaser's itlteresl bearing note's; titie lo l.e retained until the purchase price la paid. D0U0LA8S 8TUART, ROBINSON MONCURE, SAM I. O. HKF.XT. Commlasionera ofSale. I certifv that the hon.l required of Sam'lO. Brent aa eommlaatoaer of sale in the above catl.se has been exeeuted by him with suretv approved by me. le-te: NEVELL 8. OREENAWAY, ?ep21 td _ Clerk. Take Advantage of Clearance Sale of Go-Carts, Garriages 64.15 for an all metal col lanaahki Go-Cart. Regu? lar 16.50 value. $12.50 for English Car riages, Leatbcr Cloth Lined Hood, 618.60 value. for English Car ilagaja'Loallmi Cloth Lined Hood, 625 value. New Rolled Oats Just reeeived. G. Wm. RAMSAY. Wide Mouth Qt. JARS 6 and 8 o? ^ Jelly Glasses Jar Tops Paraffine. G. WM. RAMSAY. ANOTKER BARREL G,Wm. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. STEAMER' Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. Bvery day fn tbe year for i''<>rt Ifon Boe, Norfolk, NewportNewa and pointa south, via aoperb, powevfol ateal panee ateamera Leave Waahidaton,-. 16 p n. Leare Alexandria7.0 > p. m. Arrive l'i. klonroea 7.00a m. Arrive Norfolk 8.00a. in. Arrive Portamonth 8.00a m. Leave Portamotr-h 5.00 p. m. Leave Korfoik 6.00p. m. Leave l't. Monroe 7.00 p m. Arrive Alexandria 6J0 a. m. Arrive (v*aaMBgt6n7^0a ra. Through eonaeetlona made at Norfolk with ateamera of the old Domiuian Steamablp Company for New York and Msn-iianis' and Mlner'a Bteatnahlpa for. Boaton, . OeneraJ liokei Ofllee, 750 lltli BtN.W. Bond Building, Waahington, l>. O Phone M.un 1520, __ , -,_ Beventh street wharf. Phone Main37ro. Alexandria wharffbot or Prince street. \V. U. CALLAHAN, _pri !\i Oeneral Pawengcr Agent. Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Raiiway Company. Kl'KINO Sl'llKlUKK. Steamers ol this line leave Alexandria on and ai'ier Maj IV ftlO, Every MoNDAV. WEDNBBDAY and * BATURDAY at IflOp. ra, Fi)K BALTIMORE AND ALL THK ISIAI. RIVER LANDINOR C'uisine and appointraenta unexcelled. Pretgnt for Baltimore. Phlladelphla and New Vork solicited and handled with care Throegfa r.ilis and bills of ladlng laaued. Blngle fire to Baltimore, S-.50; round trip. $.">.?>>: rtaterooma, one way, |1.50. Iti :ils, GOO. KKAKDON &GRIMKN. Ag Foot of Cameron atreet._ SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. Effectlve May 0, K?10. Steamer" Capital City. Leaves Alexandria atil p. m. on Mon? day and Wedneaday for I'arham's I'oint and lower river bwdinga Iteturn early Wednesday and Friday morning. I.erxve Saturday a'tl'am. for Noinini and luter raedlate landings. relurning Sunday about j B> BL Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Sunday. Tlieadaj andThursday at9a- m. for \\ irt's wharf and all inter medlatelandings. RetumingleaveWirt's wharf at I a. ni. the following day and ' arriving ai Alexandria ahout \ p. m, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Oamaron Street Telaphone No. 60. jeH lyr ia w Corner King and Royal Streets 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. _ RATLROADS Southern Raiiway. Trains leave Cniou Station. Alexandria. in eilect.Iiine 13, I9M. N. B.?Following sehedule Bgttroa pul* Itahad onlv aa infonuation, and are not guarent.L 7:17 A. M. -Oailv loeal between Wash? ington and Danville. -:i: A. M. DallS r/OCBl for H:in. burc and way st.itions. .'?:I7 A. M. Daily L'. 8. last Mail. Stop.onlv r0rpfl8Bengenirorpointa.outh a whfeli '-??hednled i.. atnp. Klral claaa eoaeh.-: -!.-,.pin- ear- lo l.irmii: and ilra* Ing room aloepUi- isir. to New Orleana. Dinlng ear m?rvt?v. 11.17 A.M. I'ailv Mail train. Coaehes for .Miiias-.-o-.lhaiiofte.ville.I.yneldiiirg, Danville :md i; reonsboio. Sleeplng ears Oreenaboro to Atlanta. 4:17 P. M. Week daya Loeal for War renton and llarrlabnburg. 4_B I'. M. Daily Blnnlngham apee ial. Sl.tping ears'heluicn New Vork. /.itgtisui. Alkea aml JaekHonvOle. Sleeper to Blnnlngham. Through flret coaehca between Wartilngton and JackaoovlUe. Dinrnaea?aervlee, I'otir lit to OaJIfornla four time. weekly. :::.".?_ P. M. -Week daya Loeal for Har riaonbnrgaad way atationa on Man braneh. Pullman builet nertorear. .-,.p_; p, M.?Daily?Koeal Tor Warron ton and Charlotteavllle. 1027 P. St.?Dally Washington and Chattanooga I.imitcd (via Lynehburg). Kirst-elass eoaeh and sleeping ears to Ruanoke, Knoxvllle aml Chattanooga. Sleeper to New Orleans. Washington to Koanoke. Dinlng ear serviee. II ir' P M. ? Dailv? New Vork, Atlanta and New Orleans I.imited. All Pullman train. club aad obeewatlen eara to New Orleans. Sleeping ears U> Ashrville, Mlant.i. Maeoii and New Orleans. Sloe|> ini' ears to Chariotte. Dinlng ear aervlee. lrJ7 A. M. Hailv Memphl. special. Sleeping eara aad eeaohea for Reaaoke. Knoxvllle, NaahvillC, Chattanooga and Memphis. Dinlng ear serviee. Wash? ington aleeping eara open 10:00 P. -M. Through trains from the south a.inve ai Alexandria<:Mand628and 1023at m. 2-13 7-Js. I0?3and 11358 P. M. daily. Har? riaonburg 11-98 A. M. week days aad0:13 P M. dailv. From Charlotlesville 9:28 A. If. TX-AHfl OH ltUKMONT r.ltANCII. I.eave Alexandria (W. i 0. Station) week daya at B_3 A. M.,i:io, 128,and 5;15 I'.IM for Bluemont; BSfi P. M. week dats for I.eeshurg: .'i:l'> P. M. daily for liliiemont aad932 A. M., loeal. on Sun? daya onlv for Bluemont Pordetailed aohedule ligures, tiekcts. Pullman rescrvation. etc.. apply to WII.I.IAM O. I.KIIKW. rjaion Ticket Agent, Alexandria, Va E II. COA I'M AN. Oeneral Mnnager. s. 11. HARDWICK, Pass. Trat Mgr. II. F. CAItV. Oeneral Passenger Agent. I.. s. HIinWN, Oeneral Agent. Washington. D. C. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Raiiway. IneflcctMay 1,1910. lkavk aiaiaaaaia For Washington, from conier Prince and Roval streets, week daya, at 540, 805, 6 _0, fl :>?, 0 40. 6 56, 7 05, 7 1... 7 .'?). 7 40, 7 00, 800,8 15, 8 -5, B 3b, B 60, 9 lu, IBO, I B0, 10 10, 10 30, 10;?, 11 10, 1125, 11:?. IIM a. m.. 12 10. 12 25, 12:?, l_-0. 1 10, Iii, 1 30 l B0, 2 10, 2 i".. 2 S0, S 50, 3 u:>, 3 25, 3 :v>, 3 50, 4 10, 4 25, 4 30. 4 40, 4 ,V>. 5 10, B 25. fi 85, 6 80, 6 05.15 20. 6 30, 6 45, 7 00, 7 LB, 7 2.1, 8 00, 8 30, ..:i;|i, 10 00.10 30.11 K) and 1165 p. m. Sundlvs 7 ni, 7 3.), bh), S 20. S 40, 9 00, l> 20.!? 40 10 00, 10 20,10 40, 11 00, 11 20 and 1140a. m., 1200 m., 1-10, 12 40, 100, 120, 1 10, 2 00. 2 20, 2 40. 3 OO. S 2). 3 40. 4 00, 4 20, I 40. . ni. :, 2<>. 5 10, 6 00, 6 20. 6 40, 7 00. 7 _0, 7 40. ii). ^30, 9 00, 9 30, 10 00, 10 30 and 1110 p. m. fOR MOrXT VERNON. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week davs.at 645, 896, 7 56, 8 51, 10 25, 11 25 a. ni.. 12 2.-.. 1 2.'), 2 2'.. I 30. i ?". 6 BO, 7 iV s fio, B 60, lu 50 and 11 60 p. m. Sundaya?700, 8 30, 9 30, 10 30, 1130 a. in . 12:io. 1 :?. 2 30. 3 30, 4 30, 5 30, 6 30. 7 30, 8 M and 10 16 p. rn._ Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule in effeet May 15, 1910. Trains leave Union Station for Wash? ington and points north at 7 43. BOB. g23aad8-3a ni.. 12 01, 2 30, S07.M lsand II 33 p. m., daily. For Fredcrieksburg. Richmond and points south at 4 37. 7 53 (loeal) and 10 22 a. BB., 12 16. 4 22, 517 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57 p. BB, Accouiinodation for Fredcrieksburg at II 11 a. m.. dailv. On week days this train runs through to Milford. Xotk:?Time ofarrivalsaud departure" and connections not gnarantced. W. P. TAYI.OK, Traffie Managcr. Richmond, Va. Appal-Thiaa1 EYp-.TtlonT KnoavliTe," Trnn., Sept. l_-Oet. I?. Greatly rediwed larea account above occasion on aale via Southern Raiiway Sept 10 to Oet. 12, inelualve. from all principal Virginia point*. including Washington, I>. C. Final limit Oet 1>*. Call on nearest agent or write L. 8. Brown Oeneral Agent. 70615th street northwest Washington, S\ C, for full parttcular about fl-rea, wkedulea. etc. s Al ORESSES The best ofthe new styles at priees that in spire early buy ing. At no time have we been so well prepar ed to meet your wants iu Keady-to-we:ii Oarmenia. Theahowlng Iseomplete in every aenae of the word, tln- variety la exee'ptioiial. and here at leasl you can let fancy have a I'ree rein. In Ihe lace ofexisting conditions i: is dilheillt tor mo-! retail stores to seeiin real.ly good aulta to aell at 818 and B_o. Vct 'through our knoWlcdge and fore xiuht we liavcsceuied a lot of-uit.s tosell at 812.se that are positivcW tlie most r.v markahle values ever offered aorwhere ln style, fitand workmanahlp thej are abxnlutclv fattltleas. They are made ..I the new lamv basket weave and home spun elteet iii trray, blues. browna.gar nets. greena and blaok, The coatisthelatesl fout biitton niodel 32inchea long, bandaoruely lined, skirts plalted front and back.wltfa flared ildea, 116.56 would be a Tair prlee lor these -uits. This Week We Offer Them for Only * 12.98. I landsonie Silk. Wool .aii.i;i.aecl)rcs-.. Leavlng the price queatton out entirely here are a lot of I>re->es that will aroiise vour enthuataam the Inatant you "them; made of splcndid (|Uality silkn. nanamar, aergee, laoea Priees, $12.98 to $20.98 OwiogtO the very rapid increase of business in our Iteady-to-wcar Depart? ment, we have found it Deceasary to em plov an experienced alterer of suit-. skirts, and eoats. There is no perfeet litting garment ever made thal probably will not need some little alteration to suit vour fancy. W-> make all auon al terations -Free of Charge.*1 D, & SONS. 316 King Street. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAHS. Nortlc.n mails. week days. close Bt 1 40 a m and 10 40 a m and 1 :?0 p m H 1 ? and K) io p in- <>l>en at s noa ni l_O0m| and 6 00 p m. On Sundays Xortheim mails close at <M0 a m 1 30 p m and 7 I". Southern mails via Southern Railway .lo-.- at 10 10a m 4 30 and 10 15 p DI. OpOB ?ts 00 am aod 4 00 pm. Southern mails, vaa R. i'.Al. II. II.. efOBO at'.' 40 a m and 11 49 a ni. and :i 60, 710and 106S p m, Open at ^uuloMa in. :i and 10 15 pn\ Manaaaaa Dlvlsion mails close at "s |.>a m and:i J) p m. Open at II m and lo 10 p m. Bluemont Braneh. Southern Railway, mail close at 7 \:> a in and S 66 p m. Open at0 00a.li). and? Wp BB. Chr-sapeake and OhlO Mails close i go p, ni. and 1016 p. m, Opeoat6k m and 4 00 p. in. __?'?_ Washington mails close at s 40 and I*40a.m.. and 186, 816, and 10.10 t>. m Open atS 00 a. m., \200 in.. JlX) and .". 60 otti. e Ilours -Open at ?? Oo a. m. Close at (J 00 p n_ Sunday Flour*? Open a!>00a. m. close al 10 oo a. m. All mail ahould be in the offlee ten minutes before our indirated time for closiug. (ariiers' Schedule -Colleetion made on inside routea?ii 15and lOOOa. na. and 3 00 and '. :*) p. m. Fuil route * 15a. m. and 5 30 p. ai. .Sunday colleetion 4 4."> p. m. Carriera' window open Sunday 9 00 a. aa. and cloaw 1B 60 a. m. 1 Beli-ertaa made swa.ni., 1 20 p. ao .ndiWp. m. When you take into conaideration all the high-class. completed. full city improvementa in ROSEMONT The nineteen completed handaome homea and two more to be built at once: also tbe further facta tbat a number of lota are ?old, which have not yet been built upon. leaving but three un aold lota on one aide of Rosemont Avenue, throughout its entire length. the question of the permanent. and abaolute succeaa of the property as a high-cliss residenee see tion is settled bcyond any possible doubt. Now is the Time To get one of the few handsome. comfortable homes yet unsold. aad live comfortably this winter. I will be tflad to show you thcae houses at your convenience. F. L. Slaymaker, SldiKing Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN. The Wisdom of Experience teaches pareiits that their childrLh's feet 66 well as their own should be cla.il iu well tittiiiji. well made and i?emfort able aboea for Fall and Wlster wear. Much illness frofJl cokfa, pt ip and pneu nionia will be BvoWed by OUylog well made :md coiufoitahle shoe- that are made from the beal leathec from tln auperb atock at IT A T"""7 400 KING i_A 1 Z,, STREET THOS. W. ROBINSON ATLAS MakesThe Best Concrete For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, AI.KXANPRIA. VA. alers in Cement. lime. I lair. Caleined Plaster. Wall Plaster. Tcrre Cotta Sewer Pii.e aml Flue I.iniug, Fire BrickaJFire Clav.i&cr V ikoinia. in the cierk's Ofllee of tbe Corporalion Court of the City ol Alexandria. on the .tlst day of August. rsio. Annie M. Gordon vs. Thomas II. Oor don. In ehaneery. Memo. Theobjeetofthia aultletoob tain adivoreeamaaaa el tbero for the eoniplainant from the defendant on the ground ofdeaertlo-i and for general re? lief lt appearing by aa affldavit fded in thlaaauae that the defendant. Thomaa If. Oordon. is a non-resident of tbis State : Itis Ordered: That said defendant ap pear here within Bfteen days after due ptlblieatinn of this order. and do what is oeeeaaary to protect hla intereat In this suit. and that a eopy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Oazette, a newapaper publlahedin tho City of Alexandria, once a week for four sueVessivc weeks, and posted atthe fronl door of the Court House of this eity. A copv- Teste. NKVF.LLS. OKKFNAWAY, Clerk. Charles Hendheim, p. q aug31 w4w-w V IKOINIA- In the Clerk'a Offlce of the Oorporation Court ofthe City of Mexandria. on tbe Btfa day of Beateaa her. l!Mo. Carrie Lee ('. .lohnsioii vs. Itohort Gra ham Johnstoii. In ehancery. Memo. The objeetof this suit is to ob Uiiii for the eoniplainant. Carrie Lee C. Johnaton,anabaolnte divoree rrom tlie bondsof matriniony from the defendant Kohert Oraham Jobnatoa; and that the eoniplainantl>e awarded tha eustodyand niising of their infant daughter. Hilda Tronne Johntton, and for aoeh further and general relief as to eqnlty is right It appearing by an affldavit filedin this eau-e that the defendan t,Roberl Oraham Johnstoii. is a non-resident of this State: It is Ordered. Thal said defendant ap pear bere within tifteen days after due publieation of thla order, and do what ia neeeaaaryto protect hla Intereat In this suit. and that B eopy of this order be forthwith inserted iu the Alexandria oa/.ette. a newapaper publlahed in the Citvof Alexandria. oneea week for four *siv< weeks. and posted atthe front door of the Court House of this eity. v eopv- Taava: VKVF.LL S (iHKKNAWAY. Clerk. Robinson Moncure, p. q. se|>8 wlw-thu wlf.k kndtiokkts. Loeal week end tickets Washington to Bomereet, Warreeton, Harrisonburg, Bluenaontand tatermedlate stationsaofd on Satunlaysand Sundaya, ralid for re turn on Mondav at very iow fares. will l>c placed on sale by Southern Raiiway at Washington.I). C, beginning SATUIt DAY, May 2Sth. and continufng tmtil Oetober2,"in-lusiv_. L. H. BKOWN, Oeneral Agentl VIRGINIA?In the Clerk'a <?u Corporation Court of the Clty ol Alexandria. on the sth dav of Septem ber, lDlf). Amy Gertrude I'artlow (Jrittin ra, Otaaa, If. (; ritlin. jr. In chaneeiv . MciilO. The objeet of this suit is to ol. t iin for the eoinplainant from the defen dant an abfOlute divoree from tbe bolid ? Of inatrimony. and that eoinplainant b. allowed lo re'suine her maiden name.and for such other and geoeral reliefas t<> BQUity is proper. It appearing by an tfltdavft Bled hi thiscaiise ti.at tbe defendant,Chariea M (irillln. Jr., is a non-resident of thi state: itlaOrdcred That aaid defenenai appear here within tifu-en days after due publieatlon of this order. an.l do what ln aecesaatyto proteet hta Intereat In this suil. and that a eopy of this order be forthwith inaerted in the Alcxandn aette, a newsiiapcr publlahed in the eit> of Alexandria. OUCe a week for four sue oeaerve weeks. and pcetedatthe front door ofthe Court House ofthis city. A eopy? 'li NFVF.LI.K. OREENAWAY. clerk. Rohinaon Moneure, p. q, seps wlw-thu u S. Engineer OMo 630 17th street . \. w.. rVaahlogton. l>. C.Aog. -'<. 10, Sealed proposal.s for dredging in rotomae River at Alexandria. \a., and at LowerCedar i'oint. Md.,andtn upper Btfaohodooand DyroersC'reeka, Pa., will be received here until IJ M.. September _?_'. l!ild, aml then pubHcly opened. In? formation on applicatK n. W. C. Lano rin, Lt. Co). Engrs. ;o\Zi\:i:>;2t->;27,aep20;2l Episcopal High School Xear Alexandria. Va. POB 1IOYS. The 72nd vear opens SF.PTF.MIJER 28, i:<h). Catalogue sent. L. M. BLACKKORD, LL. ?>.. Princlpal. A. R. BOXTON, li. A.. jyl?d-tw Aaaoeiate Princlpal. I AM OFFKRINU FORSAI.K KX'I'KA BRISTOW GREAMrRY BUTTER 35e Pound. I giiarantee every pound to give aatla fac-uon. Fresh and Snioked Meata. Oroeeriea and Farm Producta of all kinda. Telephone orders given prompt attention. Free delivery. F. C. PULLINa Worn?r Queen and Koyal a _pets. 'Phone, Bell S-flLjMome 87W, Jyw iy