Two of the choicest and best built dwellings in the city of Alexandria locat?
ed ol North Cofumbu, Street. between Queen and Pr.ncea. Streets (Court Hou.c
wuare^elch houae contains eight room. and every modern convenience. includ
ing hot water heat. electric lighta and concreted cellara.
Delightful two atory brick dwelling No. 1215 Duke Street. cont.ining eight
rooms and bath and large side lot.
Fine two atory frame dwelling No. 817 Queen Street. contains aix rooma.
all in splendid condition. Good stablc in rear.
De.ir.ble two atory frame dwelling No. 427 North Columbu. atreet. con
taining aeven room. and and bath. A good renter.
Cozy frame dwelling No. 306 South Fairfax Street "ntaining ?* ?*"???
AlwlJJ reaJed and E a good ten per cent inve.tment on the price a.ked for th..
Good two .tory frame dwelling No. 823 Oronoco Street. containing .,x
room.. Good investment.
Further partieulars of
John D. Normoyle
KING AND ROYAL STREETS.
STATEMENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER I, 1910.
r I BOOTHE President GEO. E. WARFIELD. Ca.hier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER, JR.
M B. HARLOW
GEO. E. WARFIELD
JAS. F. MUIR
FRANCIS L. SMITH
Loans and Investments. |M5,1->???;
V. S. Bonds. l2M??'S
Due from BankaaadRe- ,__,__
?erreAgenta . 'S'is?
. l-.rCent.Fuud. .r>,000.00
This bauk with its ample eapltal and surplus. its adequato ^?'P?ent
and f p.litips BOUeltB the accounts of inam.fapturprs. wholesalers. retailers
a iulividuals on tbe beal torma ponsistput with sound banking.
No aeeount too BU* to be handled satisfaptorily; none too small to be
Virginia SaieDeposit&Trust Corporation
Paid in Capital, 8300.000.
. . ???*_? I**,-.-,.. 1 Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K.
c. j. ai-.^M*S3J^^i,Sa i. k. - n~_
eound banking methods.
For Sale-City Houses
2-story Corner Brick. ~Siddar~d. Hot Water Heat.
tK-T-tffi __S_rtf?)S?S 85<?>??-? ,("50?
3-story Brick. South Side yard. On Washington Street.
Let Us Show You The?e Properties.
F. L. SLAYMAKER
313 King Street.
THE RAMMEL CAFE
^~f"?* - ' ''
ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON THE FAMOUS
Chenystone Oysters. Select Potomae River Oysters,
and Reed Birds.
If You Want a Good Meiinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind?
ii what you want. Al?o try some of our fine Imported Wine. and Gin.
T1IURSI1AY EVKNTNO. OCT. ?
Tha Dear Old Fraude.
Thoae old. pleasant, Incocent ftaude
of the circus are not practlced now?
the lmposlng trve barred gatea tbat aa
the horse npproached them wero alop
ed Into lnsigniflcant wattles and the
rlngs tbrough which the slgnorlna pur
ported to leap, but whicb ln rcallty
were lnslnuated over lier by compllant
attendants. And then there was that
venerable Jockey performance, the cul
mlnatlon of which was a leap from the
rlng to a standlng position, albeit at
an angle of thlrty degreea. on the
horse's back. In the old circuses ll
was the custom of the horscman t*
miss the crownlng Jump two or three
times ln order that a fiercer flame of
lnterest mlght be kindled ln the audi
ence. After two fallures the band
would stop (always the presagc of a
moment of straln su[?reme), the horse's
head would be loosed. be would be
urged to a greater pace, and the feat
would gloriously succeed. Then what
a crash of brass and outburst of de
llght In the building. ln*-olving even
the staff and rlngmaster ln the expres
slon of ecstasy! Those old, slmplo
"Bvery time 1 go shopplng I thank
heaven that 1 have a good business
head," said the woman who boasts
that her qulck wlt always savcs her
from flnanclal loss. "A saleswoman
came very near gettlng Into trouble
today over a belt I bought The only
thlng that saved her was my business
lnstlnct. Flrst I bought a belt for
$1.25 and paid with a two dollar blll.
In handllng my chanpe the girl drop
ped a quarter into the papar and boxes
that strewed the floor back of the
counter and could not find lt Of
couree I could have held her account
able, but she looked so tired and wor
rled that I hadn't the heart to do that,
ao how do you think we settled it?"
Her husband gave lt up.
"Why," said she trlumphantly, "I
Just exchanged my $1.25 belt for a
dollar one, and neither of us lost any
th,n*-" , ,. ,A
"Remarkable lnstlnct, my dear," said
the husband, and she smlled over his
approval.?New York Sun.
Bernard Shaw'a Excuae.
Bernard Shaw was Invited to a ban
quet ln bonor of the sculptor Rodin.
He sent the followlDg letter as his er
cuse for not attendlng:
"For me a bonquet to Rodln Is qulte
superfluous. I have already taken
measures to assume Immortallty for
myself by nttachlng my name to that
of Rodln. Henceforth In every ency
clopedla you will read, 'Bernard Shaw;
subject of a bust by Rodln; otherwiso
"If the bust ls lost, broken or apolled.
so much the better for me," he con
tlnues. "They will speak of tho lost
Bernard Shaw of Rodln,' as today they
speak of the lost Athena of Thldlas.
Nothing can be more beautiful than
the statues which no one ever saw.
Therefore I have done all that ls neces
sary. 1 can get along witbout ban
quets. You will only bo Rodlu's bosts.
I bave tbe honor to bo his model."?
The Unreality of Opera.
There are people who stlll complaln
of the unreallty of opera, who cannot
subject themselves to Its illuslon. And
lndeed the Illuslon of opera breaks
down 11 everythlng ln it Is not kept at
the samo dlstance from reallty. In
that world of muslcal expression we
must never be suddenly lowered by
any lncongruous detall Into the ordl
nary world of prose. Reallsm, the at
tempt to work upon the emotions by
complete iUusion of reallty, Is dlsas
troua ln opera. If the scene ls a rail?
way station we remembcr at once that
people do not sing when they are
catchlng tralns.-London Times.
The Music Waa Fatal.
A New York politician once found lt
necessary to attend an entertnlnment
at an orpbans' home, and he was hav?
ing a bad time of lt. The seleeUon by
the boya' band was partlcularly dls
tresslng. Turnlng to a frlend, the poli?
tician said wltb a sbudder. '-No won
der they are orphans."?Success Maga
A Money Saver.
"But you are taklng considerable
rlsk ln letting your young men owe
two or three weeks' boar'd."
"Yes, there is some rlsk," answered
the boarding house keeper. "But then,
you see, tbey worry over lt so that
they lose their appetites, so I save
money in the long run."
"1 believe our boy is n born dipio
"Haa he shown extraordlnary ablllty
as a prevaricator?"
"Well. no. not tbat exactly, but he
can cheat other boys in trades and
make them think they are getting all
the bsst of lt"
Napoleon and Woman.
Napoleon 1.. who a_ a great ad
mirer of female talent when its owner
dld not. llke Mme. de Stael. direct it
against hlmself. used to say. "There
are women who bave only one fault
viz, that they are not men."
Man and Woman.
When a man -rets Into trouble tbn
flrst thlng he thinks of ls. "How shall
I get out of this fix?" When n womau
geta into trouble ber flrst tbought is,
"How shall I best bear this mlsery?"
"Doea Wlnks take any magazines?"
"All he can get I don't daro to leave
one lylng around."- Blrrningham Age
Hoarseness in a child subject to
croup is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy is given at once
or even after the croupy cough has ap
peared, it will prevent the attack. Con?
tains no poiaon. Sold by W. F. Creigh?
ton and Bichard Gibson.
In Bad Fix
"l had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad
fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ua.
"I was unconscious for three days, and after that I
would have fainting spells, dizzinessj nervoMness^ sick
headache, heart palpitation and many strange feehngs
"I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change: of
life and1 had.3 doctori, but they did no good, so I ccncTuded
t0 %inacedU?king Cardui, \ anrso much better and can do
all my housework."
The Woman's Tonic
Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might
eet in so bad you v/ould find it hard to get out
Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are
still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength
and keep you in tip top condition.
In this way your troubles, whatever they are. will grad
ually grow smailer instead of larger-you will be on the
up-grade instead of the down-and by and bye you will
arrive at the north pole of perfect health.
Get a bottle at your druggists* today.
THOS. W. ROBINSON
Makes The Best Concrete
For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS,
.leraln (enieiit. I.ime. Ilalr.C'alcineil Plaster. Wall Plaster.Tcrra Cotia Sewcr
Pipe and Flue Lining, Fire Bricks .1- Ire Clav.iAc.
Norfolk and Washington
Kvcrv dav ln tbe jreat for Port Mon
roe. Norfolk. Newpo'rt News and poim
BOUtta, vi.'isuperb. powerful Bteel palaee
Leare Waehinftoi_flL48 p. m.
Leare A.ieranaria 7.00 p. m.
a rrlve i-'i. I [onroea 7.00a m.
Arriv, Nor'olk 8.00*. in.
Arrivc Portamonth 8.00a. in.
Leare Porta?outb ?"'."> p. m.
Leave Eoriblk 6.00 i>. m.
U'ave Pt Monro,- 7.<?> p. in.
Arrive Alexandria &J0 a. 111.
Arrive Washington 7.00 a. m.
Through eoniici-tiotis made at Norfolk
with ateamera of the OW Dominion
Steamahlp Company for New Vork and
MSrcbanta'and MTner'a BteamaUpa for
Boston. .___ ...
General Ticket Ofltee, T20 14th St.N.W .
Dond Building, Washington, l>. <?
phone Maln IfiBO.
Beventh street wharf. Phone Maln-?v
Alexandria wharf foot ofl'rinco street.
aprl lyr Oeneral Passenger Agent.
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Railway Company.
Steniners ol this line leave Alexandria
on and after May l.'>, 1910,
Brery MONDAY, WKDNESDAY and
' BATURDAY at 4-0 p.m. '
POR BALTIMORE AND ALL TI1K
D8UAL RIVER LAKDMG8.
Cuiaine aud appointmenta unexcelioa.
Freighl for Baltimore, Philadelphla
and New York BoUcIted and handled
with oare Through rates and HIM ol
bidlne laaued. .
Single flareto llaltiniore, $2.50; round
trip. ffiJCO] -taterooms, one way, fl.50.
REARDON A GRIMES, Agent*.
Foot of Cameron street.
IflijilllMl May :?. K?10.
Steamer" Capital City."
LeRTN Alexandria at 6n. m. on Moii
d.iv and Wedneaday for Parham a Point
nnd lower river landlnga Return
Wedneaday and Friday morning. L_*ve
Satnrday atOa m, Ibr Nomini and inier
medlate landings returning hundaj
aboat ?'? p. m.
I^avesimdnv. Tueaday uadThoadaj
at:?a. m. Ibr Wlrt'a wharf and all _h?ter
wharf at 8 a. in. tbe follow ing day and
arriving at Alexnndria about 4 p. m,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot of Cameron Street
Telephone No. 50. HM lyr
Henry K. Field &Co.,
JOSiAH H. D. SMOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF ALL K1NDS.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Offlee *nd Yard 115 N. Union street
raeturj No. Ill N. Lee atreet
MaterialDelivercdFREEln the city.
QKNERAL <)H CALLED 1IEET*
_ 1N<; of the stockholdera ?.i tbe
WASHINGTON, A RL1 NOTOJH A
PALLfl CHURCH RAILWA1 <<>M
P\NV will i.e hdd at the prineipal oi
Iflce ofthe Company atMt Vernon, Vir*
.?inia ot. WEDNESDAY, October 12th,
1910,attwo-tblrty o'cloek p. m.,rortne
purpoae oftaking into conaideratlonana
v..tin" on a joint agreement entered In?
to by tl.e boarda ..i direotora <<i the
Wasblngton-Virginla Railway Company,
tbe Waabington, Ariington * Ealla
ciiurch Rallway Coinpanj and ttaeWasn
[neton, Alexandria AMt Vernon Rall*
wav (?oiiiiianv.i'or the merger or ponsoli
dations... sai.l coi-poratlona
Bv order Ofthe Board <>r Direct...-;.
JOHN W. RICH, Secretary.
_ ofthe Btoekboldera of tbe \\ A8H
IN(iT..N.Al.KXANI)KIAA MT. VKR
\'..\ RAILWAY COMPAITI will be
heldat the prineipal offlce pf the Com
..an\ at Mt Vernon. \ irglnia, on WED
NESDAY.i ictober 12, 1910, at twoo erocB
j, m for the purpoae oftaking into eon
sideration an.l voting Ofl ajouit Bgree
ment entered lato bytbe boarda ofdi
reetors ofthe Waahington-A irg.ma Rall?
way Compaay, the Waahington, Arllng
u>n_ I'aMs Church Rallway Comnaay,
and the Waabington, Alexandria* Mt.
Vernon Railway Company, f?r the mer
Bv order of the Board of Dlrectora
' JOHN W. lMTT'H'K Secretary.
A CALLED ORBPECIALMEETLNG
ofthe Btockholdon of the \\ ASH
I mOTON-VIRGINIA RAILWAY COM*
'PANY will I.e heldat the prineipal ol
Bee ofthe oompaay ln the town ol Falla
Church, Virginia, atS o'cloek p.m., pn
WEDNE8DAY, October 12, 1910, for tbe
purpoae oftaking Intoeonalderation and
votingona Joint agreement enteredJnto
bytbeboaraa >.r direotora ofthe Waab
ineton-Vlrginla Railway Company; the
Waahington,Arilngton A FaltaChurch
Railway Company, and the Wai
t.m. Ah-xandria.V Mt. Vernon Ibiilwav
Oompaay, for the mergeror eoaaouda
tlon ofaald eorporatlona
Bv order ofthe Board of Direotora
ii. PARKER, Secretary.
General lnsurance Agency.
Room No. 4. Burke ? Herbert Bldg.
The poinpanies rppresented in thlfl
offlee have aaaeta of arar 9100,000,000.
Among other- an :
Hartford Fire lnsurance Co.
Liverpool ti London tf Globe.
yttna lnsurance Co.
INorthern A.surance Co.
Springfield Fire 6f Marine.
Prompt attention giT8H to adjustment
oflossesandall matters conneeted with
OKKICK AM9 UyBK 11V117 X. ROYAI. BT.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul
tural Implements. Vehicles.Harness,
Field and Garden Seeda.
wARKiioi-.-. -oi n lNi'.N axaaav, oa
I.INK HK.?.l'THi:i:X ItA.l.WAY.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
Will always keep in stoek the hlghest
grade of these articles.
Ani.alarhlan F.sposltlon, Knoxvllle,
Tenn., Mept. Ii-4)ct. 12.
Oreatly redaeed far.? aeeenat above
oeeasion on sale via Southern Rallway
10 to Oct 12, inclusive. Troin all
prineipal Virginia pointa, ineludii.fr
j Washington, D. C. Final limit Oet 13
Call onnearest agent orwriteL.s. Brown
General Agent,70615th street northwest
Washlugton, aV ?., for ftBl partTfiVJTar
about fares, acbedules. etc.
Ladies! Here's the Most
Interesting News in the Paper.
It tells of the new creations in women's wear fresh
from the hands of artistic designers and tailors. Even
now each day sees admiring audienccs thron* ing our
suit department, eager for a first glimpse of these de
A Complete Assortment of Prin
cess Coats, Ladies' & Misses' Coats
is the eenter of mterest. We know that you will be
interested for these well-know garments occupy a plaee
distinctly their own in women's garments. Don't buy
your fall garments until you have seen PRINCESS.
You owe that much toyourself. Our line of MOURN
ING SUITS is especially strong, prices ranging from
$12.98 to $29.98: same prices prevail in the colored
No Charge For Alterations.
Our altering department is under the supervision
of Mrs. N. C. Elsom (formerly of Woodward ?? Loth
rop's), a most competent fitter and alterer, which in
sures for you a perfect fitting garment.
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
Are tnaniifaetur.il and lieetised under tlie S-lden I'aient. The 1911 niodeh are
now rendy for ilel'very, and are the most attraetive line of ears in tlie whole
country. Consult us and get a ear that will be I real pleaeure to you.
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
? ? ? r:
W. A. BMOOT k C()., IHO.
LUMBER ?fc M2IXW0BK,
Your Watch Will
Never Keep Cor
if it needs cleanintf. Most likely
that'sthc reason it haa been losintf
time lately. Step in and let ua
look it over. We are cxperts in
watch repairintf. All our work
ia tfuaranteed. and our chartfes
are alwaya the lowest.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34:.
in the Garden Sub
urb. Lots $200;
Buy at the Start
$10 cash, $5 per month.
THE NEAREST AND NEWEST.
Scientifically planned for refmed people of mo-der
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 ear fare
Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and
BALLARD & LANHAM
Washington Sales Offlee, 62113th Street, Northwest.
Clip this ad: it leads the way.
Store 602 King Street.
Store Corner King and Pitt Streets.
322 South Patrick. $12.00 224 North Pitt. $8.50
527 North Alfred. $10.50" ?28 Commcrce.... $8.00
8288. Patrick. I$?00 -121 South Alfred. $/.50
Business and Residence Property for Sale.
Insurance of Every Kind,
OaRDSKU ... H.H.THK, j M . B . 11 AUU.W
Pieetdeat \ Ice Preeident
First National Bank
Al IX \M>ll! A. Y.\.
Designatrd Dcpository of the
HURPLC8 AND CNDIVIDED
(i. L. BOOTHE. M B. IIAKI.ulV,
<;. _ WARFIELD, J. F. MUIR.
WALTER ROBERTS, B. BAER.Jb.,
ii; \n< IS i. BK*~~.
Burke & Herbert
Moilernly equipped for banking in
ita rarious branch. -
Depoaltes reeelTed subject to eheek at
slght Collectiona made oa all poiata
Hlgb-grade invcstnipnt spcuritiea
Letters of (redit and Foreign _8>
Safe Depoalt Boxesfor rent.
ASavinu's l.epan.r.ent in which in?
terest is allowed on deposiw.
in selecting a flavoring ex
traet just because the label
is attractive often
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
Bieetno Hghta d?. not heat up the roooa.
Electric faoa will luing Uai po<>i- .
ing brec/.es <>f tl.e country
into your store or room.
Klectric imns have the heat eentered
at 0D8 pla.e. and that i< the
place that ia oa I. \jb\ IU give
you figures OO its I
Alexandria Electric Co.
524 King St.
FOUXDERS AND MACHINISTS
J. &, H.Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENG1NEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinista' Supplies.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. tfc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Alexandria tron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
We make a specialty in rcpairs to
Gasoline Engine*. Motorcycle. and
We solicit yourjorder. on (all kind. of
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. I
514 Evan. Building. Phone|Main|7324
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
Greatest known Water for Dyspep
sia. Indige.tion. Kidney and Liver
Leading Phy.ician. endor.e it and te.
tify to it. great merit.
John Ahern & Co.,
Clllliar i'rine.' an.l Commerce Str
WHOLESALE tf RETAIL GROCERS
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produee received daily. Our
Htock of Plain and Fancy Groceries em
bracefl everything to be had in this lina,
We hold largely in Cnited Statoa l.ond
rd warehouse and earry in stoek varioua
brands ofthe beat
PURE RYEJAND MALT WHISKIES
m.-uie. naveMi-o in BBotwaaapailaigiadoa
of Foreign and American
WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. Ve
Satls&ction Guaranteedas to Price aud
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