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ALEXANDRIA, VA., WEDNESDAY EYEKING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUMB CXI.-NO. 230 A Reiiaule Remedy GATARRH J_f?3L Ely's Gream Balm I Iy atsorbed. Bl Once. D 1 Oatarrn and urive<? . BasUxraa .!. Full MZO ta or hy mail. Liquid ; sto?izers7S eU. . Hi Yiarren Btreet, New York. -< ili.(?!.?. St. Mary's Academy BOAUnivo \ni> ri.w sciiooi. eoit oim.s. Fntirelv modern iu huihliliK aml cd.i eatlonal methoda Academle and Muslc department* oifer exoeptlonal .?irtyaii i.r sceuring a complete Engllsh an.l MiiHleal educatlon. Commerclalde? partment to Bt for offloe work a speo ialtv. Posltlona aeeured when puplla are'ureparod. Splendid Intelleetual a.l i-autagea lolned to reflned Chrlatlaii tralnlng. Boya under twelve admitted today aohool. Call orwrlteibr cataloguc TIIE '? IST1 RSOFTHE HOLYCBO?I au-.'1 Im____ Arlington Institutc A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 2U North Waahington Street, \i.rx \m>i:i \. v \. . B pteml.er?. 1910 In addition to the usual oourae or atudy a claaa ln aU-noxraphy and typewritlng will be formed. Catalogueaat Leadbeater a and Alh-n's dnu: stores and after September lst at tbe realdenco. Mlsfl A. M.CHANDLEE, aug?toctl Principal. JollN I*. ilOB.XNOX, 0B0.B. I'KIINCU, I,.,,. Sccretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and m \mr ACTCRER Ferlilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. Ask vour deeier Tor tbe Alexandria Pertlllror and Cnamleal Oo/a Produeta Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prlneeaa street aml Potomae River Wharf. Aievandria. Virginia. Mutual lee Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in lee, Carload Lots and Country Ordera a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble.'clear as crystal. OFFICE Cameron and I'nion streets. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. J.vi John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and < ommeree streets. WHOLESALE V RETAIL GROCERS and dealera ln PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produee received daily. Our Btoek of Plain and Pancy Orocerlea em , thing io l.e had ln this Une. w n hohl largely In UnitedStateabona ed ararebouae and earry In atock vartoua brand ofthe beal PURE RYE AND MALT WH1SKIES made. II i\e B?0 in BtOTC BUpCTtorgrades of Poretgn and Amerlean WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. tfc sat isfaetion <; oaianteed as to Prlea and W. A. Johnson & Co., \ i Qorner Cameron and Royal Btreeta WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commisaion Merchanta and dealara In ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have aa band Glbeon'a XX, XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet aml Monogram Whlskles; alao Baker'a and Thompson'a Pure Rye w blskles. to which they invile the attention of the Ordera from the country for merchan di-e shall receive prompt attention. Conaignraenta of Flour Oraln aud Countn Produee sollclted, for which they,?uarantecthe blgbest market prloea aml prompl returna _ Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. QROCERIES PROV?UON8, WOOD, COAL. LIMK, ? IMIM rERRA tX)TTA SKW l.K PIPE, N A ILS, QLA88, PAINTS AND OII.. Ivory Wall Plaster A large qnantltj ol new and second aaod lurnber and aecond-hand luick for sale ebeap. WM. H. PECK. "93" Shampoo Paste An Invigoaat?g Bealp eleanset and dandrulT remover. 25 CENTS. _akOS the hair soft and plial.le. Taylor's Pharmacy 616 Kintf Street. ^Ir^tiina (Sctzette. I>lllI.IsHi:i> KAll.Y AND TRI-WEEKLY AT OAZETTE BUILDING, 810 and 312 PRINi l. STREET. [Entered atthe I'ostofflce of Alexandria. Virginia, as sccond-class matter.] TBB_a: Piilv -1 vear, 8.3.00; 0 months, 82.50; 3 months, 81.2.5: 1 month,43 conts 1 week. 10 eents. Tri-weekly -1 year. S3.00: 6 montbs |LS0: I months, "> eents; 1 month, 2a cents. 1'ontraet advertiserg will not l>e allowed to exceod their spaee unless the excess ls paid for at transient rates, and under no oireu?latanoea will they be allowod to advcrtisc other than their leglti mate business in tbe spaee eoutraeted Resolutious iu menioriam, of thanks, tril.utesofrespect, resolutious adopted bv societies or persons.unless of publie concern. will l.c printeil in the papor .1 verliscinents. IIOY Ml'RPKKI.I>. Robert L. Maguigan, jr., 13-year old son of Robert Maguigan, of Bev erly, N. J., who was found hanging to the front stoop of his home on Septem? ber 1.3, was murdered by some e.icmy of bis father, instead of having coin mitted suicide as at first Buppoeed. The (acta came out a! tbe inqaeat last night, wben Ihe father took the wit rtand. Robert Maguigan is foren.an of a large factory at Beverly. He bas had numeroua differences with the men under him. His most receat trouble was on the morning >>f September 23. "Tbat morning a colored man came to me and demanded aome money. I refnaed to ghre him any." said tbe eldcr Maguigan. "He told me be would g.-t cv.-n, and I would know how be was to take his revenge before tbe day arai over. "I thoaaht notbing o! the threal until thal night when I went home t<. Bad my boy dead. Hia little sister found him hanging to the front Btepa, ip around hia neck. He am dead. "I am virtually sure th.- niau who made tlu: threats did tlie deed. II. killed my boy to revenge himself upon me. I have kept quiel toaee if I could not run down the murdcrcr and tak. tlie matter intoiny own hands." The coroner'a jury returned a verdict that the boy had been murdered by aome peraon unknown. Young Maguigan'? l>"dy was found by hi- 8-year-oW sister. It lirst srai reported tbat he had been plaving around the front porch and had fallen from the top step, bis head slipping in tbe nooae which eventually strangled bim. other iaqneat aritneeaea last nighl teetified that they had seen a col? ored man talk ing to the youngster. Their description of the man ,ooincidea with that of tbe negro with whom Ma? guigan liaifihe trouble, and who tbreat ened vengeance. Last Friday night tbe BUapect Jeft hil boardteg bouae declaring that he was going to Alabama. When tlie digestion is all right, the action of the boweb regular. there b a a oatural craving and reliah for food. When this is lacking you may know that you need adcae ol Chamberlain's Btomach and Liver Tahlets. They strengthea Ihe digestive organs, im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels. SoldbyW. F. Creigbton and Richard Gibaon. VIAKKIKI) l\ TEAR8. VictOT Turner, aNew York journalist who bas been representing his paper in Paris the last two years, has been detained at tbe immigration burean at Hontreal, together with Miss Ilelen Thomas. They both arrived in Canada on the liner Sardina. Turner was ,-harged with bringing the young woman into the country for immoral purj Both were later released when Rev. EL XX. Dtckie married Miss Thomas to Qeorge Btaarl Bicharda, a wealthy real estate dealer of Winnipeg, whu bad huiiied to Montieal to meet tbe girl. Miss Thomas went to Canada to marry Riehards to whom she was be trothed in England several years ago. On the way over she met Turner, whom she is said to have told that she did not love Riehards, and that it was only for ber father'asake that she was marrying him. Turner promptly made love to her, and the two becaine engaged, intonding to marry when Montieal was reaciied. The immigration autboritiee decided that Bfiss Thomas must return to Eng? land or marry the man she had set out ti> marry. While she wept the knot was tied in tlie immigration shed. Turner is bringing civil proceedings against the steamship company and tbe Dominion government STKIKi: RIOTSIX HI.KI.1V Been greatet violenee than that of Monday night cbaraeteri/ed the col lisions between police and rioters in the Moabit precinct of Berlin yeaterday evening. Many were injured on both The district preaenta tbe aaped Of a besieged city. Thousands of strikers and their Bympahbers gathered in tbe streeti as soon as darkneaa fell. A atrong force of police, nambering li"1 monnted and 500 afoot, arined with revolvers and iworda, were stationed at various quart ers. They were under orders from tlie ujmnibnioriar tn azerciae Bevererepre >sivc mt-a-ures and to use the sharp edges of their swords, instead of strik ing with the llat. The rioters, about 9 o'eloek in tbe evening. began the trouble. which inereascd as the night a Ivanced. Excited men and women daabed from place to place. smashing lamps and the windows of stores, but the Iradeemen for the most part had taken the precaution of lowering the iron ibnttere, aud thus prevented extearive daanga. Th.- pobce charged time after time, aounding many. Men and women stationed at open windows of houses hurled bottles, bricks, lumps of coal and stones at tlie police. who replied with rcvolver sbots. CointnissioncrVon Jagowdrove in an automobile through thc precinct about 10 o'clock when the riot was at ib? beight. Crowds of furious strikers and their sympathizers, among whom were many women, howlcd imprecations up? on the police commissioner and his men while ilower pot.s, various household articlcs and other miaaHea fcll in showers from the windows. The police entered several Hats in Waldstrasse, from one of whicli a mad dened wonian threw a lightcd l?mp with terrilhc force against ;ui advancmg Bquad, Imrning several of the men. 8harp coiitlicts qooarrod iaj Buessel Btraase, Troni straaea aud Zwingli Btnune. ?any abOtl were lired from the CTOwd, andthe police charged witii drawn aworda, toaviogmany injnred 09 the ground. >rea of arrests were made. Thc Baloona were ordered closed at 11 o'clock and cordous of police prev'enied the approaeh of thouaanda arriving from other tjuarters. This measure was effective in bringing about com parative calm, but groups of sullen -trikers were prowling in the vicinity up to niiduight. At that time riots had virtually been suppressed but there were occasional minor disturbances. Twelve lniiulred police are now ocoipy ing the precinct. The total iiumber of casualties t corded is 100 strikers injured, 13 of them danferoaaly, and gpoUecrmen so ?everelyhurt that they were removed to the bospital. la additton there were hundreda who received minor rojnriea. These prooeeded to their homea or soughl bandy refuge in order to avoid arrest. WA?Bi AXI) MB?i BJBORO. ArOUSed from sleep at 2 o'clock in the morning. Mrs. CathcrinC Harkins, ol No. 20 Oarpenter street, Wiiming ton, Del., was startled tO see a big ne gn. standing by her hedside. Slie aoreamed and the man dived through the arindow, fell into a hand in the back yard. then diaappeared. Mrs. Hiirkiua ruahed to the atreel and Bcreamed for help. Two policemi n heard ber atory and Btarted a aearch, and tbej found William Kobiiison. ool* ored, in bia homc, which adjoina the Harkins homc. He bad ln his p ajon a receipted bill and a arallet, lxith of which Mrs. Harkins ideiitificd as her property. Bbeand her daughterident* ifiedfthe ncgro as the man they had eeen in ?air home. Bobinaonwaa held on a charge of hurglnry. Ov.i B bundred rcvolver and rillc Bbota were lired into the homes of Supl. I..ivi Good and Foreman John Olsen, of the reimsylvania (ias and Coal Compaay'a nioe, at Olaridge, I'a.. early yesterday, The two fainihes each of arhich includes half B dozen children, eacaped iojury hy lying Hat oo the floora of their bedrooma while the bulleta abattered their windows and mirrors and brought down the plastcr. The attack wa.- made by B large gang of men, but, althoiigh the state troop ers burried to the aoene, they were not snecessful in running down delinitely any membera of the anoottng party. Thero has been a strike in the Irwin coal lields ainoe last March. THK CHO?RRA IN I'l AI.V. With the removal of the oensorshlp, startling details of the cholera epidemic at Kaplea are being received. A oumber of persons have died in the streets and thepopular excitamenl is tucfa that the police have great dilliculty in maintainitig public order. It is re? ported that 100,000 persons of the l.etter clasaOB have tled from Naple.-. There w re 82 new caaea and 26 deaths from thc cholera iu Naples Monday. Most of tlie cases are in the most iqualid qufrteti of thc city. Dtapatcbea from Bioily report violenl Boenea there, the peaaanta everywhe're opposing the work of thc aanitary officials, There are three cases of BUSpected cholera at ralermo. The death of a sailor at Lcghorn yesterday is l.elieved to have l.een due tO cholera Two Buapected caaea of cholera are reported in Turin. Ladies, you will always wear a smile if you wear thc Ked QrOBB Bboe. For sale only by J. A. IIarshall & Bro., 4_2 King street. Take Advantage of Clearance Sale of Go-Carts, Carriages $4.1."? foran all metal ool lapnarrln Qo-Cari Regu? lar 96.60 value. 6_L60 for English Car? riages. IxatherCloth l.ined h i. 118.60 value. 118.60 for Knglish Car? riages, Leather Cloth l.ined Hood, S2"> value. I 601 KING STREET. Cottage Park ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCK STATION City Water?Electric Lights?Fire Protection We offer for sale, at very reasonable prices and on exceptiona'Jy eatry terms, several desirable and up-to-date homes, with large lots, in this choice sub-division, which we cordially invite your inspection. Salesmen will be on the ground every Sunday, or inspection by appointment any time. M. B. HARLOW & CO., ING., EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C Phone Main 2458. aop33 tf To Enjoy Walking TRY A PAIR OF Katz's E. Z. Shoes KATZ'S, 400 KING ST. THOS. W. ROBINSON ATLAS Cement Makes The Best Concrete For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS. AI.KXANDRIA, VA. olers in Cemrnt, I.ime. Hair, Calcined I'laster, Wall Plaster,Terrs Cotta Sewer Pipe and Flue I.inin?, Kire Brleks^FIre Clav.iAc VIRGINIA.?In the Clerk's OAee >r the < iorpomtlon < tourt of the ( ity ol Alexandria. <>n tbe ::tst day of AugUBt, 191a Annie M. Oordon vs. Tliomas H. Goi? tion. ln chanccry. M.-ino. The object of this silil is to ob tain a divorce a menaa el tboro for the eomplainant from the defendant on the ground <>f desertioii and for genetal i" liel'. It appearing by an aflldarit bled in thlaeauae that the defendant, Thomaa II. Oordon, is i non-reeideat of thh State : It is Or.lcrc.I: That said defendant BP pear bere within flfteen daya after due pul.licatioii of lliis OTder, an.l <lo wbat is neeesMn toprotod hia int.ro.tin this suit. an.l that a eopy of this order be forthwith insertcd In tbe Alexandria (Ja/.ettc, a newapaper publiahed In tho City <>f Alexandria. once a week for four sileccssivc weeks. and posted at the front iioor of tbe lourt Hooee of thia eity. A COp\ 'l'e-Ie. NF.YKLLK. OREENAWAY, Clerk. Charles IScii.lheiin, p. q augil wlw-w VIRGINIA.?In the Clerk's Office ol the Oorporation Court ofthe Ctty ? Alexandria. on tho Mh day of Beptenv ber, IMO. ("arrie I.ec ('. .lohnston va Kol.ort lim hani .lohnston. In chancery. Memo. Tl.hjeei oftbis suit is to ob lain for the eomplainant, Oairta Lee '? Johnatoa, aa abaolate dlvoree from tho bonds <>f matriniony from the defendant Robert Oiaham Johnatoa; aad that the eomplainant i>o awarded the euatodyand raisin;: of their infani daugbter, Ililda Yvonnc.lohnston. and for sueh further an.l general relief as to equtty i* right. it appearing hyan affldavit flled m this eanae laatUiedefeadaatjtobert Oraham .lohnston. is a nnn-rc^idciit of this SUUc: li is Orderad, That s.-ti.l defendant ai> pear bere within flfteen days after due piil.li.-ation of this or.lcr. an'd do what is ?aary to proteet hU latereat In thia suit. and that a eopy of this order l>e forthwith loaerted ln the Alexandria Gaaette. a newapaper pnbllabed in the City of Alexandria. on a a week for four aive week-. and posted at the front door ofthe Court Houso of this eity. A eopv-'l'i -i l : M.VhI.I.s. GRKENAWA1 < lerk. Robinson Moncure, p. q. sep* wlw-thu WKKK FNHTICKF/TS. Ijocal woek end lickets Washington to Somerset. Warreuton. Harrisonburg, Bluemont and intermedlate stations sold on Xaturtlaysaiid Sundays, valid for re? turn on Monday at very low fares. will beplaeedon sale by Southern Railway at Washington.I). ('.. beginning SATUR? DAY, May >th, and eontlnuing until October 1, "inolusive. JU S. BROWN, Oeneral Agent VIROINIA- In Ihe Clerk's Office ol Corporation Court of the City ol Mexandrla. on the sth ulay or Septem ber, IWO. Amy Ocrtrude Partlow Qrl?a vs. Ctu? MrOrt?n,JT. In ehanecry. Memo. Tbe objcct of this suit is to ol> i.iin for the eomplainant from the defen? dant an ahsuli.le divorce from thel.onds ofmatrimony, and that complainant be Bllowed to resume her maiden name,and foi? siich other and general relief as to equlty is proper. It appearlng by aa afiidavit filed in this eau.-e that the defendant.Charles M. Grlffin, jr.. is a non-resirlent of this suue: H is Ordered. That said defendant appear here within lifleen days afler dlM pul.lieation of this or.lcr. und do what if uinjnasarirto pmtnnf hia interest in this suit, and that a eopy of this ordcr he forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Oa /ette, a newspaper publlebed In tho city ..I Alexandria. once a week for four sue eessive weeks, and poated at tho front door of the Court Houae of this city. A copv-Tkstk. NEVELLR (iUF.FKAWAT. Clerk. Hol.inson Moncure, p. q. sopS wlw-thu Episcopal High School Near Alexandria, Va. FOR BOYS. Tho 7.nd vear opens SEPTEMBER 28, inio. Cataloguo aent. L. M. RLAC?FORD, LL. T>., Principal. A. R 1IOXTON. B. A.. jvUd-tiv Aasociate Principal. I AM OFF?RINO FOR SALE EXTRA FAjrCT BRISTOW CREAMERY BUHER 35c Pound. I guarantee every pound to give aatis facttou. Fresh and Kmoked Meats. Otnaaafaa and Farm Products of all kinda. Telephone ordera given prompt attention. Free delivery. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Queen and Royal atreeta. 'Phone, Bell 85L, Home 87W. jyl5iy Greatly Rtdueed Ronnd Trip Farea via Southern Railway from all Virginia AOfnta toLynehburg, Va.account Inter tat<> Fair. "Dates ofsale September J.th o 30th inclusive; final return UpltOe ober 3rd. Attractions of every deacrip lon; f.st and exeiting racea. ete. For ull pr rticulars call on nearcst agent or aarite L S. Brown General Agent. 705 6th at reet northwt W_hington, D. C _OTE_MER? Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Everv day in tho year for Fort Mon? roe. No'rfolk, Newport Newa and points aouth, via superb. powerful steel palacc steamcrs. Leave Washington.0.45 p. m. Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m. Arrive Pt M.mroes 7.00a. m. Arrive Norfolk S.OOa. in. Arrive Portamonth s.ooa. m. Leave Portsmonth 5,i)i) p. m. Leave Korfolk (S.OO p. in. Leave Pt Monroe 7.00 p, m. Arrive Alexandria 8.30 a. m. Arrive Washinjjton 7.00 a. m. Through eonnoetioiw made at Norfolk with Bteamera or tbe old Dominlon Steamshii) Company for New Y'ork and MSrchanu'and Miner'j steamships for Boaton Oeaeral Tiekotomee. 720 14th St.N.W. llond Huitdhifr, Washington, V. C. Phone Main 1530V. S.-vcnth street wharf. Phone Main 37GO. Alexandria wharf Toot or Prince street. W. H. CALLAIIAN. aprl lyr Qenei-al Paaaengcr Agent Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Railway Company. SPIUNO SCHEDULE. Steamersot this line leave Alexandria on and after May 15,1910, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at-t^Wp. m. FOR BALTIMORK AND ALL THE USUAL R1YF.R LANDINGS. Cuisine and appointmcnts unexeelled, Freight for IJaltimore, Philadelphia and New York solieited and handled with eare. Through rates and bills of ladlng Iaaued. Bmgle tire to IJaltimore, S2.50; round trip, 83.50; staterooms, one way, 81.50. Meals. 50c. RKARDON A GRIMES, Agents. Foot of Cameron street_ SCHEDULE 8 Steamboat Co. Lffective May 9. 1910. SteamerM Capital City." Loavos Alexan.lria at C p. m. <>n Mon ilay and Wedneaday for Parham'a Point and lower river landlnga, Return early Wedneaday aud Priday morning. Leave Baturday at9 a m, tot Nomlnl an.l Inter? medlate landings. returning Sunday about ?'. p in. Steamer "Wakefie!<i. Leave Sunday, Tueaday aad Thuraday atOa. m. for wlrt'a wharf aad all Inter? medlate landings. Reiiirninjr leave Wirl's wharr al 8 a. m tbe following day and arriving at Alexan.lria about I p. ni, Reardon & Grimes, Agents. Foot of Cameron Street. Telephone No. 50. jelt lyr Saniuel II. I.tltit. Allctionecr. BY YIRTUF. of a DECREKOF THE Oorporation Court ofthe city of Alez andria. t-ntere.l OO the 15th day of Bep lember. WIO. in the chancery eause of Kicbard A. Oray, who sncs. etc vs. the unknown beirs of Thomas Johnson. dc eaaaad, tbe underalgned oomtolaalonen of sale. anpelnted by the sai.i deeree, will offer :".>r aale al pubii.- aueUon al tbe Royal street ciitraucc of the Market Building Ofthe eity ol'Alexandria. Yir ginia; on SATURDAY, THK BTH DAY OF OCTOBER, ItlO, at tweive o'etook m., tbe toUowlngreal estate. situato in the eity of Alexandria. Virginia, an.l bounded and deaeribed as follows; Beglaalag on the weat ilde .?r Palrfl? street flfteen feet nine and one-half laehea aouth ofOlbbon street aad run nlag thenee west and parallcl with Olb bon alium aeveaty-flve feet to aa atley si.x feet live inclu's wide: ih.n.-e south onaddalley flfteen feet nine and oae halflnehea; thenee eaat ln a dlreet line seventv-fivo reet to Fairfax street, aml thenee north on Fairfax street to the be ginning, with all the appurtenaneea, with the Improvementfl thereon. Terms ofs.de . Uic-third eash and the residiie iu two c.|iial installinonts :it lia aad tweive months from tbe date of aale, evideneed by the purehaser's interest beartng notea; tltle to be retalned until the purchase price is paid. DOUGLA8B STTART, ROBINSON MONCURE, SAM'L Q. BBENT, Commissioners of Sale. I ccrtifv that tho bond rcriuired of Sam'l <i. Ilrent as cominissioner of sale in tbe abore eause haa been eaeeuaad by him witli aurety approvod by me. Testo: NEVELL s. OREENAWAY, scp-l bl_Clork. OPENING AND CL0SING OF MAILS. Northern mails, week days. close at 1 40 a m and 10 40 a m and 130 p m 8 1") and lOJOpm. Open at 8 00 a m 12 00ni| and 5 00 p m. On Sundays Northejrm mails close at 8 40 a m 1 30 p m and 7 18 0 m. Southern mails via Southern Railway close at 10 40a m 4 30 and 10 15 p m. Open atSOOa m and 4 m) pm. Southern mails, via R. F. A P. R. R., close at 9 4<) a m and 11 49 a m. and 3 50. 7 10 and U> 50 V >". Open at s and 9 30 a m. 3 and 1<> 1"> p m. Manassas Dlvision mails close at 6 lo a ni and 3 10 p m. Open at 12 m and 10 15 p m. Bluemont Branch, Southern Railway, ma i I close at 7 ).. a m and 3 W p m. Open *| ..ooa.m. and S30 p m. Cbeaapeaka and Ohio Mails close 1 :?n p. in. and 10 1.) p. m. Open at Sa. ni and I 00 p. m. Washington mails close at 8 40 and 10 40 a. m.. and 130. S 15. and 10 30 i>. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.. 12 00 m., 3 00 and 5 00 P- m, ? Office Hours?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close at 6 00 p mi Sunday Hours-Open aOOOa. in. Close Bl 1000 a. in. All mail should be in the office ten minutes before our indicated time for sioatag. Carriers Sehedule?Collection made on Inslde rootea 6 15 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and 5 30 p. m. Full route?C 15 a m. and 5 30 p, m. Sunday collection 4 45 p. ni. Carriers" window open Sunday 9 no a. in. and closo 10 00 a. in. Dellveries made 8 00 a. m., 1 20 p. m nd 5on p. m. N < ? i [< BTOOAS CONBUMEBB. Oas bills for the quartcr ending Sep? tember I. IH0, having been delivered. this |a to notify all consumers that a dis countof 3ueents per 1,000, feet will be al? lowed on all bill.-. paid ou or before Oc? tober 1. 1910. After that date no disoount will be allowed anddellnquenta will be roouirctl to make early aettlemeat By order of the Committee ou Llght. J. B. WALLER. Clerk of Oaa. sep21 td 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 d, 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. RAILROADS Southern Railway. Trains leave Union Station, Alexandria. ln eirect.Iillie 1:1.1910. x. B. -Following schedtneflgurespnb lished only as inl'oniiation. and are not guaiaateed. 7:17 A. M. Dally loeal l.cUveen Wash? ington and Danvllle. s;i7 A. M. Dally Loeal Ibr Harrlson burg and wav atationa 9:17 A M. Dailj I' s Fast Mail. Btopa only for pafwengera lor pointa south RWhich -.-!i o1111.?? I io -to,.. First elass coaehes; slecpi:c; iu- ie Binnillffham and drawing room sieuplng ears to N'ew Orleana IMalns car wrvlee. ii:i7.\.M. Dally Mail train. Coachea Ibr N_naaaaa.Charfottei eiilo.Lynofaburg, Danvllle and Oreensboro. Sleeping ears (;reensboro to Atlanta. 1:17 I'. M. vi ?? -w rlaj - Loeal Ibr War lenton and llarri.bilrg. 4X1 l\ _.?Dalli Btrmlarham s|. iai. bMeepingears between aTear York. AugUSta, Aiken and .lacksonville. Bleeper to Blrmlngham, Through flrst B?Mooaohea between Waahington and .lacksonville. l)inin;j car service. Tottr ist to California four times weekly. 3:52 p. M? Week daya Loeal for Har risonburgaad way atationa on A__aaeaa braneh. Pullman bunat pattorear. 5:12 I*. M.?Daily?Loeal for Warren? ton and (harlottesville. iorj7 i'. M.- I>aiiy -Washington and Chattanooga Llmited (vla I.ynehbiirg). Plrsl elasa eoaeh and Bleepiag ears to Roanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. siccpi'i-to New Orleans, Waahington to Roanoke. Dinlng ear service. ll-oj I". M. Dailv N'ew York. Atlanta and New Orleana Llmited. All Pullman train, club and observatlon eara to N'ew Orleans. Sleeplng ears to Asheville, Allanta. Biacon and N'ew Orleans. Sleep? lng ears to I harlol lc. Dinlng ear service. 137 A. H Daily _ouipbla speetaL Sleeping eara and cooohas for Roanoke. Knoxville, Kaahville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Dinlng car service. Wash? ington sleeping eva open 100) I'. If. Tbrougfa tniins from the south :urivo ai Alexandria6U3and 628 and 1033a m. 203,738, (0?land 11?8 I'. M. dailv. Ilar rlsooburg 11?I A. M. week days and9:13 P. 14, dailv. From (harlottesville 928 A. IC TRAINS ON' BLUEMONT BRAXCII. I.eave Alexandria (W. k 0. Station i week dura Mt 822 A. M. 1.10. 128,and :.:1.". I'.jM. for Bluemont: 6?i I'. M. week da\ - for l.eesl.urjr; .>?!"' I'. M. daily for Bluemont and922 A. M , loeal. on Bun? daya only for Bluemont. For detailed aobedule li^'iires, tickets. Pullman reservatioii. ete.. apply to WILLIAM o. LEHEW, Cnion Tieket Agent, Alexandria, Va. K. II. OOAPMAN, General Manager. s. II. HARDW1CK, I'ass. IVaf. Mjjr. II. F. CARY, Qeneral I'asseiiffer Agent h. S. BROW1T, General Agent, Washinsrton. D. C. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. In eflect May I. 1910. 1.ICAVK ALKXANDRIA. For Washington. from corner Prince and Roval streets. week days, at 5 40, 6 05, 6 20, 6 30, 6 40, t; V,, 7 06, 7 15, 7 30, 7 40, 7 50, 8 00, 8 15, S 25 - 85, B 60, 9 10, 9:?), 9.00, 10 10,1030.10 50,11 10. 11 25, II 30, 11 50 a. m.. 12 10,12 38, 12 30, 12 50. 1 10. 1 25, 1 30 1 50. 2 10. _ 25, 2 30. 2 50, 2 05,:; 25, 3 35, 3 50, 4 10, 4 25. 4 30, 4 40, 4 55,5 10, 5 25, 6 X',, 5 50, 6 05, 6 20, 0 80. 6 15, 7 00, 7 15, 7 25, 8 00, 8 30. 9 00,93\ 10 00,10 30.11 10 and 11 65 p. m. Sundiys?7 00, 7 35. B 10, S 20. 8 40, 9 00. 9 20. 0 40 10 00.10 20. 10 40, 1100, 11 ?? and 11 10a. m., 1200m., 1230. 12 40, 100, 120, I 40, 2 00, 2 20, 2 40, 3 0o, I 20, 3 40, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40, 5 00. 5 20, 5 40. 6 00, 0 20, 0 40, 7 00, 7 20. 7 40. 800, 830, 0 00, 0 30. 1000, 1030and lllOp. ni. ?OR MOl'NT VKKXON. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week davs. at 5 4".. 656. 756, 8 51. 10 2.'., II 25 a. ni.. _36. l J.".. 225, :s:to. 4 40. 516, 6 :so, 7 :iv 8 50. :i 50, io BQ and 11 60 p. m. Sunday a?7 00, 8 30. "!*:*>, 10 30. 1130 a ni.. 12 30. 1 30. 2 30. 3 30, I *>. 6 30. 0 30. 7 30, - K and J0 16 p. m. _ Washington Southern Ry. Bebadntn in a0toet May la, 1910. Trains leave Union Station for Waah? ington and iK.ints north at 7 43, 8 08, 8_and832a m., 12 01,2 30. s 07, 8 1* and 11 XI p. m.. daily. For Frraerieksburg. Bichmond and polntssouthat4 37. 7.\niocal) and 10 22 a ra., 12 10, 4 22, 5 17 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57 p. m. Accommodation for Frederieksburgat 11 13 a. in.. daily. On week days this train runs through to Milford. Xotk:?Timeofarrivalsanddepartures and connections notguarantced. W. P. TAYLOR, Trafflc Manager. Richmond, Va Appalaehlan Kipoaition, kaoxvllle, Tenn., Mept 12-Oct. I*. Greatly reduccd fiirea account above oceasion on sale via Southern Railway S.pt. M to Oei 12. inclusive, from all prineipal Yirgiola pointa, in.-ludiiig Washington, D. C. Final limil Oct. is. ' nll on nearestagentor wrlteL.8. Brown (ieneral Agent. 70515th street north west Washington, D. C . for fUll partieular about tares, acbedules. etc. Just received. G. Wm. RAMSAY. 10 CASES U. S. CLUB Ginger Ale G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITTS Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Pototnac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. S.H.L 429 King Street. (THE POPULAR SHOE HOUSE.) Have rcinodelod their BtON and iiistall ed a I'rivate Ladies' and Children's Department. This department con tains a full line of Ladies' May Manton and Patrician Shoes, And it ia worth the while of all buyers to inspect them. FOR MEN. We have our Stcadfast and Biltrite, the best shoe on the market. (Juaran teed togive entire satisfartion. Qual? ity istablished our lepuUation and we strive to maintain it. septl7 todl _ In buying a cough medicine, don't be afraidtoget Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it, and relief ia sure to follow. Eapecially recoramended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and Richard Gibaon.