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FRIbAY KVKNINO. KEPT. 23 LQCAL MATTERS. Sun and Tide Table. Snn rises tomorrow at5?0 and aeta feM. Hlgh water at llaflhv ? Weather Probabilitiea. Forthii ve.-tion unsettled weather to nlght and Saturday with showers; warm ?rwnbjbt;eolder Baturday afternoon or night; moderate variable winds. COMPLAINT AGAINST A LUNCH ROOM. The proprietors of tbe Opera House ?gapaared in tbe I'olice C.ii'rt this inorn? ing a* tbe coinplainants against tbe men wbo conduct the luticb room on tbe tirst lloor of that building. The abowiiien all.-ged that the smoke from tbe kitchen ascend.-I to tbe dre.-.-mg rooms and aiiditorium and that it waa offeusive ac.d made aome of ttteaUacbea aick. It was aJaoauflgeaaed that smoke aacending while performaiices were in progreaa was bkeiv t?. caaea a panie, in which event sertous result.s would follow. Offlcer Young and Feguson testiiied to the nuisance cauaed by frying meaUi and sai<l macb of tbe amoke a day or two ago was caused by allowing a pieea of meat to burn 00 the stove. Accorcl ing to their evideiice, the smoke coul 1 be ent witbia knife. Justice Caton dia missed the charge after ordei ing the ao onaed lo dawtee aome meana of abating tbe nui-ance. FAIRFAX NOTES. TbeCircuit Ooort was engaged all day Tnaaday and a part of wednaaday in the trial Of Kd Mason, colored,wbo was Cbarged with larceny and higbway rob bery. The priaoner was found guilty and sent to tbe penitentiary for tive yeara. Tbe board of supervisors, at ita meeting here on fiooday, accepted the bid of Dawaon Broa for tbe erec tioa of tbe County PoOT House near Jermantown. Their bid was |7,.'1(M) A number of bids were n.ived. tbe bigheet beinc B18.ff82.82. Tbe bigheet bid obtained for tbe old Poor Honae farm, when il was otfer.-d for sale on Mond iv was B2.6S0 The board of supervisors has requeeted tbe comiiioiiwealtb's attorney to re sist tbe coiilirmation of the ? ale by the court. as the price i? deemed in u-b-.|iiate. The farm contains 160 acr-.-s, with improvements.?[Fairfax Herald._ A DECIDED SUCCESS. Business ability COmbined with a thorougb knowledge of tbe aboe business has crowned tbe new dc partment of 8. H. Lynn & Co., with success. A distinct and separate department for ladies and children in a foot-wear e-tablislmieiit is what is ueedwd. Tbe long-felt want haa been aupplied and tbe ahove liim i* reaping tbe nallbenefll of it. Among tbe inany excclh-nt grades of sboes noneare bettei foi vseai or sbow than tbe May Manton and Patrician styh-s for ladies. For men the most catchy as well as tboae atrioUy aptodata for durability and beauty, none Mirpnaa the Steadfast or Riltrite POLICE COURT. [Juatice H. B. Caton presiding.l The follow ing cases were disposed of tbia morning: . Kllen Lae, colored, cbarged with as aaulting Annie Mih-hell, forfeited her OoUateral by failing to appear. Adam Howard. Henry Bowman Otis Waahington and John Wallaoe, all colored, cbarged with gambling, were diamiaaed. Deunis NappOT, colored, cbarged with being drunk and disorderly. was tined B6. Tbe proprietors of ? King street lunch room, cbarged with causing a uuiaance on their prcinises, were di> maaaad upon beinf oadared lo abate tbe aame. A CATCHY SHOW. What can tbe managers of tbe New Opera Houac expect but a crowded house wb.ii they prt-sciit tO th. people su.b vaudeville atara as tboae wbo will entertain tbe tbeatre going public tonigbt, tomorrow after uo.n at tbe matinee and tomorrow night? Again laat night, M well as through tbe week, tbe house was packed. Tbe bouora in applauae were eveiily dividcd between Dunbar, tbe World's fauious magician; l'bil Beag, tiie Italian imperaonator, and Qoodwin and, rjebou in a bomedy akefeh on t'i'tlod. Tbe Talkatiw Wife." Pon't forget the matinee tomorrow afternoon. Admission to all "> centa. TRAIN1NG IN M1LITARY TACTICS. Sergeant Miehael l'oweis, of the Uuited Statos army, has reported |0 Captain F. L. Slaymakor, of the Alex? andria Lighl lnfantry. and be will gtve lo that oommand two weeka' training in military tactiCB. A non-conimissioti achool was held last night at the ar tuory, an.l thore Wlll he a company drill tonight. The training will be given on Monday. Tuesday. Thutsday and Fr.dav of next week. and ..n the following week on Monday and Tueaday. _ [ _ BASEBALL. The game of l.all aohedniad to be played tomorrow between the Cardinal Athletio t'lub and the Alexandria A. CL, has been puetponed on account of death in one of tho player's family. COTTAGE PARK. The advertiaenioiit of Cottage 1'ark Will be found elsewhere in the Uazette. Tlua beautiful suburban aub-division adjoina Braddoek Heights at Braddock Heighta atation, im furntshed with water from tbe Alexandria Water \Vork9, has electric lighta and is equippcd with fire prouxtion. Messrs. If. B, Harlow A Co., inc, are otleeingon eaay aarana attractive homea at Oottage Park. All oontcmplating purchasmg desirable auburban bomes ahould visit this place and be sbown ita many advantages. A delegation of Masons of this city left today for Harri9onburg for the pUrpose of attending the meetmg to night of Acca I^nlge of the llyanc Sbrine. ______ We aell Hesa, Rega). Walk-over, Brockton aud Taylor made rine ehoea for geotlemen. J. H. Marahall 4 Bro., 422 King atreet, THE MOVEMENT FOR A FERRY. The renewal of the efforta by tbe Alexandria Ohaanber of Commeree and the Betail Mercnanta' ^_aa>c4ai*aoo ol thia city for tbe reHatoWiahiiientoltte ferry aerviee between Alexandr a and wJhingtonmeetsw-th thoheartyap provalofallresideti.s.ifth.sc.y Ihe paeaingof the ferry Novernber 8^1908, oausedbythesmking of tbe steamer Lackawann. in ?"?^rJSS regretted at tbe time, and all hope ar rangeenenta will be apeedily mada by wbich a boat can he pro. nred and piil ootherooteatooce. In a httle wh.le oold Na-ather will Ix-upon us. and when snow bagina to tly the mnning of wagona and motor vana over tbe road between this city and Washington will be accomplished with no little difiietilty. The trade of Alexandria and Waahing 100 baa been mingling foryeara, and aa timegoeaon itbeoomes groater; hence a satisfaetory ferry service. ia a great d(>sideratum. Beaidea. tbe back coun? try is growing steadily, and people living in the vicinity of Alexandria whoae buaineaa takes tbem to Washing? ton would appreoiate a ferry serviee. eapecially during inelemetit weather. A nurnberof Alexandrians are eanpfoyed atthe atcel worksashort distaneeabove thia city, all of wbotn would necessarily patronize a ferry boat It is bopod thoae intert steiL-atid all abouid be will vie with tbe buaineaa orgamzations mentioned above in tbe laudable work in which they are engaged, aa it means mucfa to Alexandria. CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS. The taking of testimouy in the con demnatiou proceedings of the United Statcs against a tract of land known as Belvoir.or tbe White House tract, 0OU sisting of iifteen bundred acrea, looatod in Fairfax county.below this city,whioh tho governnient desirea as a site for a Distnet of Cohn.ibia reformatory, was ooiu luded in the I'nited Statos Oourt in thia city, Judge Rdmund Waddill pre aiding, at noon today when tbe jury adjourned til! 2:80 thia evening while the attorneya in tbe caee prepare their instniotions to be aubroitted to the oourt. Tbe oourt dooiilodthat it would oot be neceaaary for tbe jnry to peraon ally view tho property in dispute. Al 1:16 o'olook tbe eourl took a receae till 2:90o'ek)ok when argumenta on the instructions were oomrnenced at tho eonelusioii of whioh argumenta before the jury were oomrnenced and were in progrt-ss when thia r*f??rt efoaed. BOL>V ,.,riu', Tbebody of a col d u an who had been drowned was found by Mr. John Hatneisley tloatmg near the Dyko. on the eleotrio railway.a abort distanee be |ov\ this Ctty, tins morning. It *?* towed aabore by Oonetable Poley and William BobertaandJuatice Wright, of Fairfax, was notitied. Latei a jury was Mtnmoned for tbe fjurpcee of hol.i ing an mqueat, a aratch, a paper of tobaOCO and a lead peneil were found in the pockets of the deceaeed, but there was nothing 00 tbe body by whuh the man conld be identitied. DEATH OF AFORMKR RESIDENT, Mr. lVter Adauia, who at one time resided in this oity. died in Ktie. l'a.. yesU-rday inorniiig. He leaves a widow and five children. Mr. Adams oame to Alexandria fourteeti years ago. and was the promoter of tho Home Tohi hone Oompany whioh was in stalled in this city at that time. The de I had many frienda and ao quaintancea in Alexandria, all ol whom will regret to hear of his death. PERSONAL Mr. If. Bchuler has retnrned from Atlantio City muoh improvcd in hoalth Mr. William A. Moore, engineer on the Soutbern Bailway, and Miaa Elixa beth Mithcell, ol Qreene county, were married in Waahington yeaterday ef tertioon by Bev. I?r. Shannon, of the Ifetropolitan Chnroh. Mra. Worth Hultish. of Alexandria, aieompanied by bei son, I'aul, of Rirm iogham, Ala.. wereviaitoraatthe home of Jaa I'. Hultish last week.?[Ma Daaaaa Demoorat Mr. John H. Trimyer has been ap pointed a delegate to tbeaeoond annual convention of tbe Soutbern Qood Boada lation which meeta in Knoxville on October 6 and t>. Mr. Louia N. Duffoy has retnrned from Staunton, where be went to at tend theweddiog of Mr. J. Alberi Bry, of Washington, and Miss Elizabeth A. Ooe. Mrs. William HenryTaylor, of Nor folk, is the guest of Mrs. (iardner L. Bootbe. Mra. R. B. I?wson, of Fauquier county, is visitintj Mrs. 1'. ,1. Deiupsey. Mr. Frank J. Adams, son of Mr, Kphaim Adams. is seriously ill at a hospital in Washington, LOCAL BREVITIES. The water mains were llusbed today. Fram-es, tbe infant daugbtcr, of Mr. Bernard and Mrs.Mary B. Bchntitb.died at bei parents'bome, 718 nortb 1'at riek street, last night. Tbe will Of Walter Jackson. colored.wbo died in 1908, was admittcd to probate today in tbe clerks' offlce of tbe Corporation Ooort. The deceaaed left his estate. conaiaitng 61 a amall house and lot, ope third to bin wife and the other two-tbird- to bis mother. Henrv B. Proctor, colored, was ar reated W'edneaday in Washington for ?tealinj ? noree from the pasture of Kmil Zunmerman, at Mount Vernon. and selling tbe animal for $40. He was tumed over U> Sneriff Palmer and removed to Aiexandria county, to answer a charge of horso stealing. Zimmerman diff not know tlu- horae had been stolen until he wau advised of the recovery of the animal, What do you think of the flnest smoked llama at IBtO a lb.? belkious little Shoulders at 13?0 1b.? Boneleas Break BuU Baeon at Xc a lb.? Thats what you get when vour-ome toBlondheim's Amh stand and Market-"Home ofthoae ir realadbly delloloua Auth Sausagesand Puddlnga and ihe classiest line of Food Produeta iu Aiexandria." Whencvcr you want somethingto eatthat's-worth Whlle," just tbink of'Blondbeim'a," Governor Mann has received tbe re port of the commissioner of immigra tion, which shows that $14,000,000 were inveated in Virginia farms last year. Shoee lees than half price?200 pairs Mtsses' Shoea that coat to manufacture 11.50 and $1.75, and aold at $2.00 and $2.50, will be aacrificed at 98c per pair. John A. Alarehatt A Bro., 422 King t'JSt, Fatber of Klfty-alx Children. Kichn.ond, Va., Sept. 23.?Tbe fatber of tifty-aix children, tbeownerof 8,0(H) acres of mounUiin land in Rock liigham county,Va., valued at $25,000, Israel Mangold, 75 yeara old, aerving an eight-year scntence in the Virginia state pcnitentiary for attcmpting to kill one of bis sons, made applicalioii to Governor Mann this inorning for un conditioiial pardon.saymg that be wisb ed tO be allowed to go bome and make some acttlemcnt of his estate in order to avert litigation which be declares would uiKiuestionably develop if be -bould die intestate. Mangold was imprisoned in l'.'OG for sbooting bis oldest son. The fatber said bis son had given him a aound tbrasbing with ? hickory stick, and that the sbooting was in sclf-defensc Attorney Adams, who represents thc aged prisoner, sax? ? outlining the peeuliar caae, that ineeatajataon sbows that nianv years ago Mangold built a numlx-i ofcabinsoii the uiountaiii sidcs and in tbe ealleya owned by Wm, and Offered > 0OW and a small plot of land to any woman who could come and occupy it and keep off trespassers. About twenty women respondud, and manv of these with their children are now living on the estate, no sccret iK'ing made of tbe parcntage of the children. There an-tifty two of tln-e latter, and Mangold besides is the fatber of four legitiniate children by his lirst wife, wbo is dead. He desires, it is nnderatoOd, to give oach of his 66 children a certain part of the property. Beeead niatrict. ISpeeial bispateh to thc Oazette.l lii.-hmond, Sept. 23.? A special from Norfolk today to thc Evening Journal aaya it ia tbe widespread opin ion in Norfolk that a new primary or coiiveiition will be ordered in the Bec ondgMistrict, and that Ix.th Maynar.l and Young will be droppcsj. Tbe chargea flled today are only one-lenth of what is coining if tiino is given. Portemouth is as rotten as Norfolk. Theconiniittee k fair and impartial, tbe machine loadera baving been ever niled sev.-ral tiiues. The organi/ation leaders Bppear to be badly worried. Trouble is looked for. Death of General Brayt. Providence, H. [., S.pt. 28.?Ckm. Ohaa. ?>. Brayton, tbe blind repuWican dictator of Bbode Criand, died anddenly early today from a complicatioo of iliioaarn Deatb was baafened by ? fraeture of a leg a few w.-eks ago. General Brayton, wbo has for years been knownaa tbe ''WindboaaolBbode I-laud," is tbe man \vh<> haa been the campaign manager and partiaan repre setiiative of Benator aJdrieh. He tbe man wbo, a few neeka ago, gave out tb.- aiiiioiiiieiii.iit thal Benator 41 irould :iot be a candidate for re , ledjou. He waa 70 veara old, a law ier, and waa a veteran of tbe civil war. bcing breveted a brigadier general in 1 --. ,. H, bad beeli I llielllber of the upiiblieaii natioiial committee since 1904. Motion Overriiltil. Chicago, Si-j.t. 28.?Benator Ixiri iner's efforta to delay tb<- aenatorial in? veatigation of the chargea of bribary in bl> electlon to the fj, B. BaOBte met dt feat today. The senatorial inycsti gating committee overrutad tbe motion of Lorimer'a counael for a oontfnuanea nntil aftei tbe fall eleotione, Tbe com? mittee announccd that tbe reasons given by Ixirimer did not appear sutlicient and that thc invcstigation would proceed. ObioagO, S.-pt. 28.?Tbe senatorial committee inveatigating William I/>ri tner's rigbt to | seat in the I'nited Btatea Benate today overruled tbe mo? tion of Lorimer'a counael for ? contin uence until after the fall electiona. Tbe committee dedded thal Ihe mveetiga tion ahonld start at ooce. The requeet ..f th.- chicago Tribiiiie that it9 counael be allowed tO present tbe. case agaili>t Lorinu-r was granted. Aimtlier Hyatertona l-ire. Obioago, Sejit. 88.- When anotber myaterioua Rre was dieoovered at tbe Deeiing plant of the Int'-rnational Harvesler Company early today, tbe police were convinced thal ? 8re bug is after tbe company. The lire des troyed a flve-etory bemp wareboaae, entailing a loss of $200,000. Beventy tive liremen were ovctcoine by smoke from the bemp during the progreaaoi tbe Bre, equally aa myaterioua, det troyed tbe twine house with 1100,000 loss. MAUHIKl). In Kichmond. September Jl, by Bev Felix Kawp. 1IABBY I.INDKN \\ 1I1.A 1 l.KV and KMMA FLORKNCE MIl.I.s, both of Aiexandria. DIED. Nutlilenlv. Wednesdav night Beptein ber21,at B o'clock, BAMUEL M. "Ja'tE MAN. aged ;?'years. FlUioral from his ?later _ realdenoa, BKSaouth Lee atreet to iiiorrow.Satiinlav .afternoon at I o'clock. -rr__Bc____r____r? Important New Book for the General Practitioner. Hook Worm Disease. .UTSTOUT. By OBOBQl DOCK, M D. Professor of the l'rinoiples and Pra.-ti.. of.Medicino, Tulane l 'niver-ity. Now Orleans, and IHARLES C. BA88, M. D. Profesaor of Clinlcal Microseopy,Tulane rniversity, Now Orleans. CONTENTS?Thia book will contalna thorongh exposition of the Ktiology, Pa thologv, Dtagnoaia. I'revention and Treatinent of Hook Worm I)l?ra?e. II luatratlona wiU be naed unsparingly to elueidate the ebaptera on Etiology and D?gnoaU. A great numberof lllustra tions will also be usod showing the in feeted patients and the progress of the diaease. The ehanter on Pn-vention is ,,t s|?,,ial value, as the authors have taken great pains to make this chapter one of the most thorough in the book. The Publication of this Monotfraph is Most Opportune. R. E.lwJGHT, Bookseller and Stationer. 6il-tKH^3 King Street. eepa lyr HOKSK BEAT AlT(lMOHIII Outrunning an automobile, da-dung into awimming water. turning around in niidstream and atarting a retrace of hia three-mile maddened run are the featurea of the moat exciting runaway ever known in Page county. The animal, which was attaohc) to a buggy, was bitcbed at the homo or John W. Kauffman, near Hatnbiirg. four miles west of Luray. when it took fright at an automohilo. The animal atarted at a terribh- gait tOWard IM Bbenandoafa river, about one mlle and a half away. Overtaking another automohilo, the aoraa daehed bj the iiiachine at a rato that mad-- the occupants dizzy. BoOO after the botaa atarted the owner, Cliffc.nl Long, clinitj en into a touring car and began the ohaee. aa/ery moaaent of whioh was ndfl ing to the distanee between the nursiier and the pursuod. On reaching tho river the animal turned abruptly and beaded for a deen and almost abandoii ed ford dow;i the stream. Beaching this be Dlunged in. Divining that the ford had been misstsJ and that he would drOWtt, the animal turned the buggy around in niidstream and returm I lo tho shoro it had lefl a nioinent boforo. Again starting at territic apeed, H re> traced tho route it bad hikea when beaded for the river. The borM was .inally halted by Mr. Long in the b-ur ing car. HOME Oi SAMI1IJ). A mass of broken timbors tells the atnry of tbe aecond and euuuaaafnl BBM of dynamito upon the home of Jacoh R. Seakford, of tbe Marks.ille dis trict, Page county. Seakford was for merly a justice of the peace, and is a pronounoed prohibitionist. having run on his tioket for tho legislaturc. Ho is said to have made many otiemios by his outspoken tomperanco \-iows. A llaming notioo bearing the uanaj skttll and cross-bonos, mel his ga/e when he began an investigation of tbe daniago. The noti.e was terse and tol.l Seakford if he were not earc ful he would meot the fatc of the do molished building. Oynainito was placed under a cornor of tho building Wedneaday night and tho reporl was beard for miles. Seakford has of lered IICH) for the arresi oj the dyna mitera. M\ltltli:0 l!S HiNk vtt ii. Iu the vaults of the National Kx change Baak al Boanoke, an.l in tbe preeenceof Preaidenl .1. B Fishbnrnand other ollioials of tbe inatitnUoo, W. I'. Snidow and Miss BoaeaPrice, of Moiit gornery county, won- yeaterday made man and wife. The gr.i is Hll years old, whi'e his bride gave her ige as 80. Ifr. Snidow oauio |n the balik and asked that a miniatei i?- aanl for. This ^aa doiio. and the oereinonv was |x-ifonned imnie.li ,t. Iv. Following tbe marriage .Mr. Bnidoi depo ii t 12,000 to bb wi e'a credit, and the ,, iple leftjo alteiidlho fair. Alb'ue'l l.lerlhin Kraada, Norfoll;. Va., Sopi. 28. The n.uin of dead men and non-reeJdenU won .d legad to havo been included in the pri mary DOOkl today al the imestitratidii into alleged fraud ai tho deniortrattf primariea in tho Becond Congreaaaonal disnut. Ooonael foi ibe people read a bill of partioulaas alleging that many who had not voled weio 10.-..n'eil and that many who di.l vote wen- not re corded. Attorneyi for Repreaentativa H. L. hfaynard, who is eonteatang the iioinination of W. A. Young, also filed chargea, hut they were not made pnUic. Purchaae your Tea. Coffcc. and Groccnea from the Great Atlan tic and Pacific Tea Co and save 25 per cent. Speeial For Thia Week. Best Elgin Creamery Butter .35c Sujfar. a 1b.5 l-2c Swift Silver Leaf Lard. a 1b . 15c Pink Alaska Salmon.3 cans . 25c Full Cream Cheeae. a 1b . .16c A & P or X-Ray Stove Poliah. 3 cakea .... 10c A V P Condcnacd Milk. 3 cana.28c AtfP Grandmother's OaU 3 packagea.25c Parlor or Double-tipMatch ea. 2 boxes.07c Japan Rice (whole grain) b pounda.25c A P W Roll* Toilct Papcr 2.500 ahecta.23c Picklea.a bottlc. . 10c. 15c. 20c LitP Sauce. a bottle . . . 22c Pure Cane Syrup. a can. 10c. 15c. 20c. 35c Durkee Salad Dressinfr. a bot. 10c, 23^ 29c Cottelene. a can i . .30c. 60c Eftf*. doi ;.27c T'ne Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.. Season's Opening C.E.BRADLEY'S TUESDAY, SEPTEMNER 27 AND 28. Indian Turl.an-. large btaeBI I'i.iure llals wtthOUl niimber. Mod.l- from l'aris. Bab) Ooata and Bonnets. A beautifnl line m the Latest Neckwear Designs. All are weleoine Sep-'J 2t_^__ WANTED- AOENT for Aiexandria to aell dtrect from faetorv to ?'.-:ir er: excellent t>ro)Mi<iition. Box 393 t'lif ton Ilelghta. I'enna._eenflBBt NnTICK.?The regular annnal meet? ing of the stoekholders of tbe DIM ' BAVuIOS BANK, of WaahbagtOO. D. C, will be held at the Aiexandria Offlee of the bank, lin aoutta Fairfax etreet, Alexandna. Va -1 P1 l MBEB V, bUO. at eleven o'clock a. in. J06SPH 11. MILAN's. secniary. JJ 3t_, Coal Coke Wood Order your CoaJ before the advance at loweat aummer prlcea. Beat quallty prompt dellvery and bottom price Phone 96. DaW. AITCHK80N, 107 aouth Rot?I rtteet I ??*-*' t>\ ?1 ERS IN ABX KTYLE9. . AT J. BRILaVM REHT.URAST. Foot of King Street Open untll 10 p. m. apr7 6m h 9n ST.dPA.Avr THE BUSV CORNfR* Washington, D. C. Skirts, $6.75 Worth $10 to $12.50. Many different atylea at this one price Materlals are silks, black voiies, fine serges, and mannish mixturea, madeon the new narrow lines, sorne |perfectly plain, others trimmed. You will be able to select a good looking Skirt from these tomorrow. ?Second Floor. Columbia Optical Co., Inc. 1M>H P St., X. W? ? iisliingtull. I). V. Barlng aaqnired an Inteieat in the ahove aauaaed tirm, i eoUeft tbe pat ronago of iny frioiids and the general public. We guaraatee aatfaanaajlcaa. W. E. DlENELT, Opthalmic Optician. Alcxaniliia Oltiec.Mi I'riie-e street nfter 4:00 p, in. jgnj ini Bundaya by -ippoinlmeiit. -rosr For Sale?City Houses 2-story Consr Brick. Side Yard. Hot Water Heat. 9 rooms and bath, large double parlor, first and aecond floor porchea, evcry thing in line order. Open on all aidea. Only one block nortb of King .street, Ownen family reduced in numbcr by marriagea, making the house too large. Wants to build amaller home in Roaemont. Here ia your chance. ?b,500. 3-story Brick. South Side Yard. On Washington Street. One of the moat completely modernized homcs in Aiexandria city. Hard wood tlonr* in fine condition. 9-room and fine bath with all modern plumbing convenicnce. Owm-r wants amaller houac in Roaemont. IH.OOO. Let Us Show You These Properties. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. Swan Bros. KING AND PITT STREETS. MEIM'S NEW FALL NECKWEAR You should see our line of Kaiser's New Fall Ties for Men and boys. They are more attractive than usual. Many very pretty styles to choose from. Let us show you the line at t 50cand$i.00 KEISER CRAVATS For Early Fall NARROW FOLDED 1N-HANDS CtttOai* tlip tasilti under fofd collari Silk' spccially tvootn Krijrr-Haralhei ?II ftaalM ulk.in ovrt tiily plua eolou, lK.ee Grand Prir*. Bt, LoaU World'a Falr. forUualitr. W-AT"" Workmauahlp and Styl" Baar thla l.aaal BEAUTY The kind that won't waah off. ia much more than "akin deep." The clear akin and roay cheeka that come from abundant health. apell plenty of freah air and exer ciae and a proper diet. TRY HOFBRAU BEER It enrichea the blood. cleara the oomplexion and puti color into the cheeka; reatorea vitality to the emaciated. and atrength to the temporarily tired or exhauated womin. Get a caac anddrinka jflaaa reg ularly at meal timea. The good reaulta will aurpriae you. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA, VA ?Phone No. 4?-B S.H.L 429 King Street. (THE POPULAR SHOE HOUSE.) Have reinodele.l their store and inatall ,,,1 a Private Udtee' and Oiildren'a Department This .lepartmeiit con tains a full line of Ladies' May Manton and Patrician Shoes, And it is worth the while of all buyers to uispe.-t them. FOR MEN. We have our Steadfasi and BUtrite, the beat aboe on themarket (Juaran t.,,1 tOgivC ontire satisfaotioti. Qual? ity eiatabliabed our reputatadn and na atrive to mamtain it. s.-ptlTTt_ OiSTEK* 1\ ALLSTVI.IX, l Hl( k _Bj ?? TOAWT, HAMIWICHE!* alwaya on aale at 9PI*KS'* CAFE, Prlnee and Royal Htreeta. Wedding Invitations We enpave cArda, in vitationa, peraonaland buaineaa atationery in the most approved manner and loweat pricea. We cheer fully furnish samples and estimates. R. C. ACTON S SONS W\NTKIi? A lir-.t-.las- HOU8E MA1D with references. Apply Xo. 806 Prince atreet aafa 3 DRY GOODS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Fall Clothes for Men In fanoy weavoa we were afBaftng aoma very atti-netive values in llart Sehail nerA Marx Sultsat i/JO. t-j:i.M and yr>. N.-w Moaa In nolora anit ma?T plcaalug variatloua In patterns: and the best faluies y<>u ?vi-rv saw, made up in the beat utyleaof ihe aeason. Thoaearooiialities imt oommon in rea.ly-for-service eloihes; you uaually hare to go toacosily Uiilor f..r Bueh goods. 127.50, $30, $3250 and $35. Main floor?10th at Women's Fine Footwear. Our stoek of -Styllah Footwear for wonien is i-ist approaehiug oompletion. New styles are arrlving dally. wbtoh help t?> awell our alr.-a.lv largeaMortnaeut Be sides a hroad line of staple models, we show aren new atj le expression of tlu- ~.-.i son, together with a generous Mprinkling of novelUe*. An.l fr.mi tbe lowest t<> iln higheat prieed ahoe the leathersare the beat and the workmanship unaornaawd. The most popular loathors this soason are paieni e.iltskin. patent kidskin eoni l.ine.l with mat kidskin oroloth; giiu nieial oufhkin oombtBM with mat kidskin or cravenetted cloth; blaok eastor auede and buckakln. A very attraetive model is a Blaek Romalne silk Button Hoot, with extra high out topa and Cuban heela. Tan Iiussia ealfakln Ia also very popular for walking boots.aud wo are abowing aome very sinart models. Prices Range From $3.00 to $8.00 a Pair. Tblrd floor?10th at , [IlIlTTTr?"a^rcrcTTTTTTTTTT tttt ii nii ? ? : of Aiexandria,'Virginia ? ?j CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 ? - Ccrtificate Extending Charter, TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Waahington. D. C. September 10th, 1910. Whereaa. by aatiafactory evidence preaented to the undersigned. it haa been made to appear that Thc Citizens' National Bank of Aiexandria, located in the city of Aiexandria. in the county of Aiexandria. and atatc of Virginia. haa complicd with all the proviaiona of the Act of Congreaa "to enable National Banking Associationa to extend their corporate exiatence. and for other purpoaea."approved July 12th, 1882. aa 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 Aiex? andria." located in the city oi Aiexandria. in the county of Alexandn-.. and atate of Virginia. ia authorized to have aucceaaion for the period apecihed in ita amended articlea of aaaociation: namely. until cloae of bniineaa on September 10. 1930. In teatimony whereof witneaa my hand and eeal of office thia Tenth day of September. 1910. LAWRENCE O. MURRAY. Comptroller of the Currency. i Charter No. 1716. Extenaion No. 980. gTTTITITTTITTinXXXXllXLlJJXLlJUlIIIIIirilllaTIIIIlIt The Safest Investments Are thoae that do not fluctuate during diaturbed condition* of the money or atock markets. Firat morcgages well aecured on real eatate in both Aiexandria city and Aiexandria county eonatitute "gilt-edge" inveatmenta. They do not depend upon the financial responsibility of individuala or corporationa for their itabihty. We can aupply auch investments in amounta from ?500 and upward. bearing aix per cent intereat. Let ua givc you aome information along these linca. We make no charge for investing your money. and place every loan cautioualy and conaervatively. Thompson & Appich 107 South Royal Street, Aiexandria, Va. City and Suburban Propertiea. Stocka and Bonda NEW OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Polite Vaudeville (OMTUnJOTJ- PERFOKMANCK 7-0 to 10.30 p. BB. 10c TO ALL THl KSDAY. FRIOAY, tATUBDAI Dunbar The world'a famous magician, startling mystlfying novelties. Phil Berg In his Intlmltable Itallan unpersona tiona. Goodwin and Nelson In a comedy aketch, "The Talkatlve Wlfe." 9,000 feet of the latest MOTION PICTURES. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday 2 p. m. ALL SEATS 5 CENTS. Vaudeville Chantf tp Every Monday and Thursday. Pictureg Changed Daily. "~? WANTED. A aood WHITE MAN for tbe atable at Itkvensworth. Wrtte to Mra. LEE, Burke, Virginia marll tf a-^TSTANDARD IMEKEEPERSt When you buy a Watch HERE it will keep accarate time wb_o?f a I ting or regulating by you and y< u can always depend on your time being correct. Ian't that tbe kind ofawatcfa vtoja, want? We have tbem in aM stylea, aizel and! pricea. We wont allow you to br diaappointed. We will guarantee to aatiafy you or refund your monev. No one can affor.J to bl without a watch at tbe pricea we are making. Saunders & Son 629 King Street WINTED Two old FKATHERBKP PILLOWH and BOLSTERs \\ call and pay eaah for same.Addreaa "K. Oazette ottiee. aep20 ??