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ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATL'BDAY EYENING, OCTOBER 8, 1910.
PRICE 2 GENTS. VOLUMB CXI.-NO. 239 A Rsliable Remedy FOR JBBHS Ely's Cream Balm , I oorbcd. t_X*V.+ 11 Once. I I , ni Catarrh and dnves iie-i-1 qulekly. Beatoraa f T. to aud bmell. Full dss ta or by mail Li-ruid ? r i. ?? in ii"- ': I ?-, SG Warren Street, Nt w York. jons i". Roamson, anaun, lent. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and v \MT\(-iri;i.::- OK Feriilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulohuric Acid. Ask voiir dealer for tho Alexandria FertlllrorandCbemleal Co/a Prouueta. Cap?city: 50.000 tons per annum. Prlnoi and Potomac River \y; . \lev-uidria, \ IrglBla. RAILROAJ Southern Railway. Tralai li i-- ? : nh '? Btattoa, Absaandrla. ln ciieet October2, 1*1 >. S. B.- Following sehedule figures pub Hsbodonly m Intortnatlon, and are not g-uaranteod. _ . 7:17 A. M. DallV loeal between WSSb u and Danville. A. Ni. Dailv --Loeal for Ilarn-on burgand v . .-_... 1117 A. M M:"'" Stopsonly for passengers for polntssouth a which seheduled to atop. Flrst olasi coaehes: sleeping eara to Birmingham Irawing room sleeping eara l orleans. Dining car service. 11-17 \. M. Dalh Malltraln. Coaehes To,- Manassas.Cliarfottcsvllle.Lynohburg, Danville and Oreensboro. Sleeplnj -tlanta. ., ,. ,.,: ,. di.\- Loeal for War reiiion and llarrisonburg. p M. .ii.ii'.i Birmingham :, - ears' between New York, \n mi ta. Alken and Ja ksonvllle. Ilirtnitigl-.im, Through flrst hotween Washington and .., |)|... |.,.. ???..? ..ir serviee. Tour . i nlifornin four tlmes weekly. Week tbu - Loeal for Har risonburgaud wa\ stations on Mai Pullman l.utlet parlorear. 5:12 P. M. DaHy Loeal Tor W'arron Ule - [i m i- hington and inoogn Llmlted (vhr Lvnehburg). eoaeh and sleeping ear-; to Knoxville and t hattanooga Klecper to Xew Orleaps. Waahington to hinlng car aervlee. ,. i- ; Qaih \ew ^ ork, Atlanta and New Orleann Llmlted. All Pullman trnin, eiui. ition ears to New Orleana Sleeping ears to Ashey.Jle, Uhnta Macon and New Orleans. - intr ears to Charlotte. Dlnlng car aervlee, i-7 \ M. Dailv Mempbls spccial. Sleeping ears and coaehes fbr Roanoke. Knoxville. Nashville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Dining car service. Wash inaton ileeplug ears open 10*10 P. Bi. Through tralnafrorn tho southaarive :it Alexandria 8:19 and 628 and 1023 a. in. - l?; 7 ?-. 10:13and 11:> P. M.daily. llar \ m. aeekdaya aad908 P M dailv. Prom (harlottesvillc B_| a'. \i. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria W. 4 O. station. week davs at Sf22 V. M.. 3:55 and 4:55 (for Bluemont; ?'??-'? P. M.week days for Lees burjr; 1-55 P. M. dailv for Bluemont and !i,23 A. M.. loeal. ? >n Bundaya only tor Bluemont. ? , , For detalled sehedule HguruB, tlokets, Pullman reservatlon, etc.,apply to WILLIAM (i. LEHFW. UnlOU Tieket Agent, Alexandria. \.t. K li COAPMAN, General Manager. s ll il VRDWICK, Paaa Tral Mgr. II. 1' < \i;i General Passenger Agent L. s. Brown, General Vgent, Waahington, D. C. Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule in eflect May 1"'. lf>10. Trains leave I'nioii station f?>r Wsah inaton and pointa north at 7 48, m^ ndS32a ni.. 1201,280,807,818aad ll 33 p. ra., daily For Frederickaburg, Riehmond and point, aouth :u 1 87, 7 53 iloeal) and 10 _ a. ni.. 12 W, l.-J. 5 17 (loeal)" 1- and 981 P- "l. .... Miimodation for Frederieksburg at II |a a. in.. daily. On week days this train runs through to Mlltord. Timeofarrivalaaaddeparturea aad oonnectiona notguarantaed. u p LAYLCR, Tmflle Manager, Riehmond, Va. Washin^on, Alexandria fif Mt. Vernon Railway. luetlcet Ma] L1910. 1 I.VYI MI 8 VNKl.IA- ' ForWaaWngton, from eorner Prince and Roval streets, week days. at 540, 0 05, i; 20*. C 30, ?! I". li 55, 7 05, 7 15, 7 30, 7 10, . 10 10 1030. 10ao 11 10, 11 25, 1' 80, 11 GO a. ni 12 10, 12 25. \i:?. 1250, 1 10, 1 26, 1 80 1 50 2 t". 2 - .. - 30, -" 50, 3 05, 8 25, 8 85, 3 50, 4 lo i 15, 130, I K), I 55, 5 10,5 25, 5 35 605, 6 20, li 30, 6 15, 7 t>>. 7 15, 7 35, 800, s ."W. I >. 1000, 1 >30. 11 h) and 11 56, p. ? Sin 35, - 10, B20, 8? !?00. :i l 100. 10 20, M io. 11 00, M 20 and 11 io a. ni.. 1200 m., 1220, 12 W, 100, I 30, I 40 200,220,2 10, 300,320, 3 10, 100, -1 30, ? ?; 20, G 1". 7 ? ago, ,.'-k'. :'::>. io oo. *jo80aad II 10 p. m ?-OR MOINT VI.RNON. Laave Uazaadrta for Mount Vernon, week days. a! 545, 058, 7 ."?;. 851, 1025, i ni.. 12 25, 1 25, 2 25. 3 30. I 10, 535, 0, 1050and lt 50 p. ni. Sundavs 7 00, 830, 030, 1030, ll 30 a in.. 12 :>;. I 80, 2 80, 3 80, l 80, G 80, 8 X). 7 30, 8 Wand 10 i?: p. m. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. QROCERIES, PROYISION8, WOOD. COAL, 1.1MI < EMENT, TERR V COTTA SEWER PIPE. NAILS, lil. \ss. I" \IN is AND v,|L. ivory Wall Plaster lautity 01 new and secor rand aeeond-band briokl WM. H. PECK. A largequantity oi new and Roeond aandlumberand seoond-hand hriek for sale cheap. ^\Jbmttbna <%caxttt. HI?__SI) OAII.Y AM> TKI-WEIH?f AT GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 PRINCE NTREET. [Entered atthe l'ostofliee or Alexandria. Virginia. as second-class matter.] Ti:i'.ms: Daily -1 vear. $5.00; 6 months, B2.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly-1 year, $3.00:0 months $1.50: 3 montha. 75 cents; 1 month, 25 "ontraet aclvertisers will not be allowe-J to ezeeed their apace unlesa tiie exeeaa is j.aidforattninsientrates, and under ; . Hrcumstauces will they be allowstl to advertise other than their legiti* mate business in the space contracteil for. . _, . Resolutions in memoriam. of thanks, tributesoi'respeet, resolutionsadoptetl by socicties or persons,unless of public coneern. will l>e printed i? thc pnpor as advertisements. THE NEW REPL'BLIC. Tlie question of the formal recog nition of the Portuguese rcpublic al ready is the subject of exchange of views between the powers. So far as FraoOB and Spain are concerned, it is understood, thev undoubtedly will fol low the lead ol Great Britain, whoae century old alliance with the Portu? guese monarchs and her important commercial relation.s give her B po sition of prominent priority. From the standpoint of pure diplo macy it is understood that France ie gftrdB the (light ol Manuei from Tor tugal as the tirst greal fact making possible the recognition ofthc repub Bc, rince the fllfht per Be is considercd a tach adm?rion that be abandoned the BtfUggle to rctain the crown. Adviees received in France lead to the belief that for the present the p?ople Ol Portugal gencrally are likely to adhere to the republic pro claimed in the capital and that tbe natloo will bespered the horrors of a civil war. Scmioflicial cinl.s in Paril regard u abeurd an Wea prevaleot tbat Spain will nae anned intenrentiop again! tbe pmvisional government in Poitu gal, dec?ring that thia would onl danger theSpaniah dynastyby excit* ing the republicana to Bolidarily al a moment when they already are primed lenre tbe approacbing anniver aary of the execution of l>r. Francisco Perrer, wbo was shot to death al tbe Fortreea ol Uontjuieli, Oetober 18 last, M of his alleged revolutiooary teachings. On account of reportfl that somc troopfl io tho prorincefl have not yel jeclared tbeii adberenee to tbe repob lic, tbe prov?kxnal government ia ex irciaing the greatest vigilance. Thirty tiine heavy guna and ten Ma_ima bave been poated in trenchea on the betghta f Liabon and are ready to check any attempted invasion ol the city. Up to the present.howevcr.the govcrninent has received no adviees of ristnga in favoi of tbe monarchy. Tlie encamped forces of the provis iooal government have detailej 200 BOl diers and armed civiriana to police duty in guaidiog public and other buildings. e-pecially the banks of the city. All carriages passing through the Mrccts are oloeely inapected. The wear?g or carrying of sinall republican iiags of green and red is considercd the open -?-.une to aafe conduct tliroughout thi city. Thc government isadoptmg meMUrea to prevent exceaaee by the people and ai ? reeub tbe volunteer guard yeaterday arreeted Bve burg?ra in the abandoned barracks of tbe niunicipal guard, wbo were stealing the jewels of the familics of 0?oere. Life in liabon is beooming norma!. Bhopa have opened evcrywhere and the street railway service has been partially resumed. Thc casualties in tho reccnt figlitmc in Portugal are estiinated at 8,000. Three rcginients of infantry arrived at Uaboii yesterday from the provinoei and joincd thc rcvolutionary party. The authorities scnt B force today to seize thc laonaatery Grraca and an?I the friars. On arriving there they found thc doors barricaded. The soldiers and memben of the populace fired several volleys into the building, whereupoh the frian returned the attack, their bullets strikiDg the roadway and adjacent buildings, The attackcrs then witbdrew for cnsiiltatiori. Shortly they returned to thc altack, assailing the heavy doors of the convent with battering rams. When the doors yielded, the soldiers and people rushed in and searched i n iy nook and corner of the edifice, but not a friar was to be found. It is surmised that they made their escape bv underground passages, where they ?re now in biding, The Jnanlai made a most desperate defenaa of their monaatary. They sta tioiied their.selvcs in thc windows and fired upon the advancing revolutionists, killing a soldicr aud civilian, and when thc monastery was captured the wildcr element with ditliculty were rcstrained from burning it. It is in time of sudden mishap or ac cident that Chambcrlaiir.s Liniment ean be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot always be found at the moment. Then it is that Chaniberlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, euts, wounds and bruises Chaniberlain's Liniment takes out thc sorcness and driveB away the pain. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. U ??_ wife to kill her. Enraged at his 15-year-old wife. who had been foroed to leave him on aoooant ol cruelty and had been lured back, Ed Mace, living a few miles east of llilboro, Va , yesterday shot her dead wbile she was bolding their child in ber armS, mortally wounded hia mothcr-in law, Mrs. Logan, and then, reloading his weapon, he turncd it upon himself and bkw his own brains out. When ntighbors, attracted to the WORTH WEIGHT _IN GOLD Lady Learned About Cardui, The WomaiVs Tonic and is Now Enthusiastic in its Praise. Mount Pleasant, Tenn.?"Cardui is all you claim for it, and more," writes Mrs. M. E.RaiI, of this place. "1 was a great suffcrer for 2 years and was very weak, but I learned about Car? dui, and decided to try it Now I am in perfect health. "My daughter, when changing into womanhood, got in very bad health. I gave her Cardui and now she enjoyf good health. "Cardui is worth its weight in gold. I recommend it for young and old.'1 Being composed exclusively of harm less vegetable ingredients, witha mild and gentle medicinal action, Cardui i$ Ihe best medicine for weak, sick girli and women. It has no harsh, powerful, near-pois onous action, like some of ihe strong minerals and drugs, but hclps nature to perform a cure in a natural easy way. Try Cardui. N. B.- Wrtle io: Ladies' Advi?>ry D?>... Chitta Booea Mcdicin" Co , Cia'tanooja. To nn., lor Special Ir.\tmctions. andU-pan bor.k, 'Hone Treatmeit lor Womea." stnt in r-t-t.u wrappcr. on rcqucst, Bcene by the ibota and tlu- icreanni of Mrs. Logan. arrived on ihe sceno they found Mace dead. Mrs. Logan _ B dy ing condition and Mrs. Mace lifelees in ibe road with tbe baby peacefuUy asleep in the embrace of ita mother. It had not be- n injured in any way. The _irl wife had hecli foivcd tO leave her huaband on account of bru tality. Freqiiently. it is said. he had beaten both her and her mother and several timea be was before a juatioe of the peace on charges ol aaaault. Mace, profeaaing repmtance and promiaing better treatment, induced h,: ; . return. Procuring a quantity of ammunitioii. he aecrated bimsell near the road they BQUt tifivcl in re turning and aa-ted for them. When they arrived bfl ruabed from his hiding plaee and with an oath open? ed tire. B-ortly before Ihe ihooting Mace aaa seen with a gun and was beard to say be intendod to ahool bia wife. He had been away to Cincinnati for ,i month, bul got back last week and since then bfl had watchcl f.ir his wife with the intentioo of killing her. On Thursday bfl was on tlie rotdndfl .-ill day waiting lor his wife and her mother tO paaa on their way home from 8 vi:-it. Bly'i ('ri-iiin Balm has been triedatd nol found ?antinglnthouaandaofhomes al] over the eountry. it has wona place in the familv medlolnecloaet among the reliable househokl remedlea wbena it la kept at band for use in treatlng oold In the head Just BJi soon aa some roember .,(the bouaehold begina the prellminary sneezlng or anuffling. U glves Imme diate relief and a day or twos treatment will put B Btop tO B eold whieh might. it not cheoked, become ebronle and run into a had eaae ofeat?Th. BBQ.1 BATHS EMTATE TO IMIILAN TIIHOFY. The will (;f Horace B. BUlimaa, of Cohoes, N. Y., B former textile inanii facturer, which was admitted to pro bate yesterday, heipieaths the entirc estate of over $400,000 to philanthropic purposes. One-half of the (state goes to William It. Moody. son of the late Dwight Moody, the noted evaogeHat, to aid in conducting his institutions at Northlicld. Mass.: Hanipton. Va., Xor mal inetitute geta 16,600; the I'resby terian Board of Home Miaaions, $66, tbfl Preabyterian Board oi Foreign na, 118,000; the Preabyterian Church ErecUon Fund. 16.600; the Presbyterran Board of Babbath School Work", $18,000; the Preabyterian Board of Relief for Pi_tbledM.ntatora, 16,600, and tbe Board of Missions for Preaby? terian Preedmen, 16,600. Mr. Silliman previous to his death erected an indus tri.il school for boys iu Manila, and gave 1800,000 to the Preabyterian Board of Home and Foreign Missions in New York. Major General Wood, chief of staff of the army, and 32 oflicors left Port Myer for the three-day horse niaiiship tests. Shoes less than half price?200 pairs Misses' Shoes that cost to manufacture $1.50 and $1.75, and sold at $2.00 and $2.50, will be sacrificed at 98c per pair. John A. Marshall 4 Bro-. 422 King st --wt js/,85 for a beautiful Parlor Rug. A 9x12 Ingrain Art Square, $3.98. A few short lengths of In? grain Carpets, 35c to 60c per yard. Our line of Art Squares from $6.50 to $40.00 are beautiful patterns. Cottage Park ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCK STATION City Water?Electric liglrts-Fire Protection We offer for sale, at very reasonable prices and on exceptionally easy 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. IB. HARLOW & CO., HC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. aep? tr When you take'into consideration ?U the hitfh-class. completed. full city improvements in ROSEMONT The ninctccn completed handsome homes and two more to be built at once: also the further facts that a number oMots are sold. which have not yet been built upon. leavintf but three un sold lots on one side of Rosemont Avcnuc. throughout its entire lentfth. thc question of the permanent. and absolute *ue"-ot the propcrty aa % hi*fi--??Bl re-ddeiceicction ia ?"?ttlr >d ?ny possiblc doubt. Now is the Time To tfet one of thc few handsome. comfortable homes yet unsold. and live comfortahly this winter. I will be glad to show you these houses at your convcnience. F. L. Slaymaker, 313 King Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN. ICE 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. OFFId Cameron and Union strceU. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. Jyis tf_ NOTICE. From now on we will have Napolcons. Turnovera. Cho cotate Eclairs. Cream Puffs fresh daily. and all aorti of Coffee Cake on Saturday*. HPT r>,rlLJ 615 King ? D_AJL.ll Street. BOTH PHONES. General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Herbert Bldg. The conipanies representeil in this 6?ee _.TB BBBBtB et over 8100,000.000. ?DMMlf others are: Hartford Firc Insurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globe. i_toa Insurance Co. Korthern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire ftf Marine. Prompt attention given toadjustment of lossesandall mattera connected with Insurance. A ME-TINQfi cl.N'KKAL OR CALLED MEET ? ING of tho stockholders of the washingti?n. a rlingt(>S k FALLS CHURCH RAILWAY COM? PANY "ill be held at the principal ol liec of tln-Company at Mt. VernOD, Vir giiiia.on WEDNESDAY. Oetober 12tb, 11)10, at two-thlrty o'clock p. m., fbr the purpose of taking inl<> cotiKideration and voting on :i joint agreement entered in lo l>v tbe boardfl of direetors of the Washiiigton-Yirginia Railway Company. the Washington, ArUngton A Kalls ('liureh Hailway Company,and theWash ington, Ali x:uidriaA-Mt" Vernon Kail ?vny Company.for the mcrgeroreonsoli ila Uona ofsaid eornorations. Dv onlcr ofthc lloard of Dtreeton JOHN W. HI*H. Secretary. sepUfitd_ A GENERALOR CALLED MEETING _ ofthe stockholders ofthe WASH? INGTON. ALEXANDRIA* MT. VER? NON RAILWAY COMPANY will bo befd at thc principal office of the Com panv .it Mt. Vernon. Virginia, on WED? NESDAY. Oetober ll I!)10, at two o'clock p. ni.. for the purpose of taking into con B_eration and voting on a joint agree? ment entered Into by the boards of di reetora ofthc Washington-VirginiaRail wav Company, the Waahington. Arling toii A FaiM church Railway Company, and tbe Washington, Alexandria* Mt. \'cnion Railway Company, for the mer ger or consoiidationorsaldeorporatlons. Ilv order of tho Board of Direetors. JOHN W. i'lTTOCK. Sccretary. scpai td_ _~CA7XED OR SPECIAL MEETING x\ of the stockholders of the WASH INGTON-YIRGINIA RAILWAY COM? PANY will Ix* held at the principal of licc of the eonipanv ln tho town of Falls Church. Virginia. at 3o'clock p. m.. on WEDNESDAY. Oetober 12, 1.110. for the purpose of taking intoconsideration and voting on a joint agreement entered into by the l>oards of dlrfctors oftho Wash ington-YirjjiniaRailvay Company; the Wa-hington. Arlington A Falls Church Railway Company, and the Washing? ton, Alexandria* Mt. Vernon Railway ( ompany. for the -nerger or consolida tlofl ofsaid cori>orations. liv order of the Uoard of Direetors. I E. I'ARKER. Secretary. sepaetd_ PIPTV VKAR5' -KPKltlHNckur' AN OLD NURSE. Mrs. Winslow's Sootbing Syrup is the preseription of one ofthe best female pbysicians and nurses in the United States, and haa been used for fiRy years with novcr-failing success by millions oi mothers for tbeir children. It relieves the child from p_n, cures dlarrhoea, griping in the bowels. and wind colic. Hy giving health to tbe child it rests the mother. Twenty-flra centa a bottle. FINE Granulated Sugar 512 Cents G. Wm. RAMSAY. 10 CASES U. S. CLUB Ginger Ale G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITT'S Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. n New Potoma Family Roe Herring 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. PUBLIC SALE. II:,\ lag -old my farm. "Wundlev," l| miles from Alexandria, and having to give immedlate noaaeaslon, I will sell on Tl'KSliA V. llth dav of October. iT fair. if not. the lirst fair day thereallcr. the followingartieles: Houeeboldand klteh en funiitiire. farm implemeot*, horses. cows. ehiekciis. hogs. i-orn. hay.-Vc. Terms on day ofaale. aeptaaia JAa m. RIXJCY, Agent. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. K. ("ornerCaineron'.nd Itoyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchants and dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand (iihsons \.\. \.\A, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies; also Baker's and Thoinpson s Pure Rye MVblskles, to whieh they Invite tbe attentlon of the trarle. Orders from tlie country lor mercnan diso shall receive prompt attentlon. Coudgnmonta of Ptour, Graln and Country Produce solieited, for which they guarantoe the b igbest market prfeea and prompt returns _ HA\'IN(i i|iialilied as .?idminisirat rix of tbe eatateof PREDERICK Kicii K.I.KK.dceeased.all persons to whom said catatc is Indehted will pleaae present tbeir accounts totbeunderaigned, pron erlyeertlfied forpaymcnt.andall persons indobtcd to said estate are re<|iiestcd to make prompt seitlement ofthe same. GRACE I!. KICHERER, "23 Oibbon Street. Alexandria, Va. sep? lot ^_ FA. F. Knox. Auetioneer. AFCTION SALEOFA DESIRABLE HOUSE AM) LOT IN THK CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, VIROINlA. I'ursuant to the terms ofa deed of trust hearing date on lune 2. 1000. and duly recorded among the land reeords of the city of Alexandria. Virginia. in deed book No. 45, page 33":. given hy Barbara Chauncev and .loseph E. Chauncey, her husband" to Thomas J. Fannon and Anthonv XV. Annstrong, the then trus? tees of the Morcantih-Railway Building A Loan Association of Alexandria, Vir? ginia, default having been made in the payment of tho sum secured thereby. and at tbe request and by the diroction ofthe board ofdirectors of said Mercan Ule-Rallway Building A Loan Associa tion. the undevatgaad trustees will offer for sale at publie auctlon. on the prem? iscs. on SATURDAY, OCTOBER I~>, 1910, at 13 o'eloek noon, all that lot of ground, with the improvements thereon, on the south side of Duke str<-ct. in the city of Alexandria.Virginia. boimdedas follows: Beginning at a point on the south side of Duke street .11 feet west or tho north east comer of tbe lot at the southwest intersection of Alfred and Ihike streets: nmning tlienee west on Duke street 2-1 feet; thenee south parallel with Alfred street II1 fbet to an alley; thenee east parallel with Duke st~-et2l feet: thenee north parallel with Alfred street 114 feet tothe beginning. Terms of sale?eash. Conveyaneingat the cost ofthe purehaser. THOMAS I. FANNON, J. K. M. NOKTON. octltd_Trustees. ""Appalachlan Bxposttion, Knoxville, Tenn., Kept. 12-OcU l?. Oreatly reduecd fares account above occasion on sale via Southern Railway S^nt 10 lo Oct. 12, inclusive. from ail prii.cipal Virginia points, including Washington, D. C. Final limit Oet Ift Callon nearestngentor writoL. S. Brown General Agent. TOfiloth street nortjiweJt WasbinglM. ?. ? , tor n_l yartffanir aaout le^BCkaaahM. ete. To Enjoy Walking TRY A PAIR OF Katz's E. Z. Shoes KATZ'S, 400 KING ST. Corner King and Royal Streets Cap.tal 1100,000. 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 Commercia! & Savings Departments on tfrounds 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. KRXPTOK a?-~ ? '^FAR^ioaC; in ihe Lens Having purchased an interest in the CoWia Optical Co., Inc. 908 F St., N. W. (South Side) Washington, D. C. 540*1 &ite___ 8o|jcit M patronage W. E. D.ENELT, Optician. A|(.xa..d,*i:,oiV,.r..MlPrin.T street Kj^to2.i; alii'i- . .oo p. in. ' sep:: -lin Special for This Week Only. Opaque Window Shades ln all colors. Our Regular 25c Window Shades this week only 18c, with fixtures. Women's latest style Handbags, good value at 50;, this week 25c. If this bag can be bought any where for less than 50c bring ours back and get your money back. We guarantee you a 50c Handbag for 25c, this week only. Window Shades made to order. Any size, style or quality. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Pure Food Store. Refreshing Drinks Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Virginia Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer, ?1_5 per case 24 bottle*. Call. phone. or write. EDWARD QUINN & SGNS, |St. Asaph aad Oronoeo Streets. School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, a largc line to t from. Bring us your list and we will lill aanic at lowcst prices. A line lot of second-hand books nows on hand. SP*Dyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Next to Opera House._ (.reatlj Kedured Fares Via Southern Railway from Waahington, D. C.and princl|*al Virginia points to New Orleans, I a., Oetober 11, tl and 13. account national champiotiship gamea A. A. U. of America; fioal return" limit Oetober 20, 11*10. ("all on nearcst agent or write ? S. Brown, General Agent. 706 Fifteenth .truet nortbwest, Wash? ington, D. C, for full partlcu?rs.