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ALEXANDRIA, VA., MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1910 PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.--NO. 246 A Rslia.le Remedy FOR _TAC^6|V^>_lr^ CATMmJ?i Ely's Cream Balm " 'xorbed. .,ri at Once. T; , sootbes, | . I ?d ni'-m ing froaa Catarrb and drirea livil .juiekly. Rfstorea A T i to and BmelL Fall ri-fl i-tfl or by mail. LiquM for n_eta_to_?l_erB78 cta. .".-; Warren Stn -t, New York. Ji.hv p. Baaora-sr, Crao. s. FaaaxaB, deat Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and M WI'IACTt'Kl:.! Fertilizers, Fertilizer Malenals and Sulptiuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria FertillrorandCbemleal ('o.'s Produets. Capacity: 50.000 ton? per annum. Priaeeaa Btreet aad Potomac Hiver Wharf. Alexandria, Yir_inia. RAILROADS Southern Raiiway. Train- leBTO Union Station, Ale_andiia. In effoel Octolier Z, IMO. N- p Dg sehedule figureapub lisbedonlyaa laformatloa, and are not guaranteed. ... -,,- i 7:17 A. M. -Dally loeal between w aaa :,-i 1 D o.viile. 8:47A.M. Dallj Loeallo- Hamson burgand way Btatlona. '.?: \ M. Dailv~i . s. Fast Mail stui.si.nlv rorpaflBengeraforpolntBBOUth a whlch schcduled to stop. Flrat etaaa eoa 'hea; aleeping ears to Hirmtngliam and drawing room aleeping eara to New Orleana. Dinlng ear aervlee. ll 17 \ M Dally Malltraln. I'oaehes r,.r Mana??a.CharIotte8Tille,LTnehburg, Dam ille and Oreenaboro. Sleeplng ears Oreenaboro to Atlanta. 1:17 P. M. Week days Loeal for War renton and llarri-oaburg. 4_B p m. Dally ?Blrmlngbani spec? ial. Sleeplng ean betweea Kew York, A.i"iisc. Aiken aad Jacksonville. Sleeper to Blnnlugbain. Through first olass coaohea hetween W'anhlngtoa aad nville. Piiiiii.: ear serviee. lour i?t to t ;iiifi.n.:a four time* weekly. ?;vi' m -Week daya Loeal ror Har riaonburgKod way sUitlon- on Manassas braneh. Pullman i.uiiet parloroar. 6:12 P. M. Daily Ixxsil for W arrcn ton and Charlottoavllle. i,,.-.; |> M D.iU Waslungton and muoi.ii Limited (via Lynehburg). ?lass conoh and sleeplng ears to lt,,,- ,kc Knoxvllle and Uhattaaooga. 8leem?r to New I'rleans, Washington to ii ,ko. Dinlng ear aervlee. llo-PM l>ailv New ". ork. Atlanta and New Orieans Limited. All Pullman train club and obaervaUon ean to New O1.'.'< s. Kleeping ears to Ashey.lle. itlanla Ma?on and New Orleana. eieep mgeawtoCharlotte. Dlaing ear aervlee. i-7 \ M Dally Mempbla Bpeelal. Hleeolna .-ars and eca-hea for Roanoke. Knoxvllle. Nashville, Chattaaooga aad Memphla. Dinlng ear Bervtee. \\ash Ington aleeping ears open WflO i . BL fbrougb tralnafrom the iouthaarlve at Alexandria 6:18 aad 628and 1023 a. m. ? i:: 728.10:13 and 11:3-PM. dally, Har rlaonburg 1138 A. M week daya aad?jW P M dailv. From Cliarlottesville 9.-? \ M. TRAINS ON BLU-CMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria [W. A 0. StatlOB) week daya at 822 A. M ?'?*>; M?d 4j? \tot Bluemont: GSB P. M.week daya foi i n' i-.v.P. M. dally tor Bluemoot and f>._3A. M . loeal. <>n Sundays only for Fordetailed sehedule figuree, tleketa, ,,,,ll,,,:m,^vru^AM^.:v:r;i.pw. rnion Tieket .gent, Alexandria, \ a. Y II COAPMAN. UeneralManager. s'.'ll IIARDWICK, Paaa. Traf. Mgr. ii i CARY.Oeaera' Paaaenger Agent L. H. Brown. Oeneral Ageat, VVaablnftoa, D. C. Washington" Southern Ry. PO-Pllnlll iu ellVet May 16, 1!>10. Traina leave Union Blatton torWaab Ineton and points DOiih at .4.1. SUS, s"ila^na8?-a.ni..l201,_3?>,?W.8Waid U :>:> i>. m., dailv. , . Pot Frederiekaburg, Uichmond and polnu aouth at IW, 7 W (looal) andi 1023 aVm.,1.16, 1-2, 51? (loeal)7? and ?? ''' \eeonimodation for Frederieksburg at U13 a. in.. dailv. On week days this train ntiis IhrOUfh tO Millor.l.. Notk: TioH-orairivalsau.ldepartiires and eonnectlons not guaranteed. w P- LAYLCR, Trafflc Sianaffer. Klchmond, A ?? Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. ln effeet May 1. If?t0. uiAva kimt urnniA. ? For Waahlngton, from corner Prince a?d Royal atreeta, week daya, at 5 40, ,?,,-, c, m G 3 0. 0 W, fi 55, . 05, ' 15, ? 30. < 40, Ks 25 8 3o:8?,910.9 30,980, ,,, |_10 12 25.12 30,1250, 110. 1-'. 130 1? 210 22572?.250.306,35 110 1 ??. 130 t l'?. 155,510,5 ,05!??.??. 645: 701X715,7 O, II 1" and 11 55 p. m. SundlVa 700,735.810, 830, 840,900. ,5340 io oo. io 20, io*, n_J \??S? ,? . 1200m., 1230, 1240, l 00, l 20, , ? o 220 240.3 00,320.340.4 00,420, . ? 5 5o! 5 30^ 5 40,6 00,6 30,6 40,7 00,7 30. I }?; % 100, 930. 1000. 1030and II 10 p. m. UM MOVXT VERNON. l.eave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days. at 5 45. 6 Sfc I ??. 851, 10 26, ii >-,a ii 1235, 135. 225, 330, 4 -t _ 30 735' S 50 9 50, 10 50 and 11 60 p. m. in.. 12 ?. t 30, 2 30, S 30, 4 :?. 8 30, 0 30. . 30, v M um) l" 16 p. m JUST RECEIVED Chocolate Crispo The delicious chocolate spongeindainty one pound boxes. SPECIAL 33c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King .Street. PUBMSHED DAII.Y AND TRl-WEKKLT AT OAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 PIUNCK STltEKT. [Entered atthe Postomce of Alexandria, Virginia, as second-class matter.] Tkrms: Daily-1 year, $5.00: C montha, |2.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 wook, 10 cents. Tri-weekly ?1 vear, $3.00: C months $1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, -> Oontraet advertisers will not I* allowed to exeeed their spaee unless the cxcess is paid for at transient rates. and under noeireiiiiisumees will they be allowod to advertise other than their legiti mato business in the spaee oontracted Ueso'lutions in mcmoriam, or tbaajJLB. tributesofrespict. resolutions adopted br aocieties or pervins.unless of public oonoern, wffl be printed in the papar as advertisements. 1)1 1.1. IH THK STRI'.I.I. Hurling aside their pretty young wives, who tried desperately 10 stop the pistol duel, Allen Sliores, a railway de tective, and Charles Bergeman, a bar tender, neighbora and formerly friends, rxchanged shot after shot near their homes at Latnberts Point, near Nor? folk, yesterday. Sliores tell With a bullfll 10 lns slioul dcr. Bent-man was wounded iii the left thigh early in the affray. shores is 80 M_ri old and U Ciu ployed by Ihe Norfolk and Woatern Bailnay. Bergeman is about tbe same age and lie has been married about three months. According to tlie story both men told in a difterent way, a inutual friend went tO Bergeman and told bim Bborea had spoken slightmgly of Mrs. Bergeman, who is just ls aml deoidedly pretty. _ . The young eoupk-s live in adjoiuing honaeaand when lha two huabanda met faee 10 faOB for the lirst tini" in a week Bergeman accoated shores and asked him about the matter. Sliores rcgis tered a denial and there was a quick exchange of hot words. The wives beard tbe argument and both ran out, imploying their husbaiids not to figlil. Both men carried ravolven and tbeir guns Baabed almost togetber. Both sprang back to avoid wounding the women. For a inoment tbe pietola bla/.ed again tuul again and then Shores dropped hia weapoii and sank to the ground. After their wotinds had been attended to they were placed under am st and held in #.")(H> botid each for a bearing. lt ia in tin eident thal can be relu u the family d he found at the inoment. Then that Cbamberlain'a Liniment is nevot found wanting. In eases of apraina, eut.s, aroundaand bruisoa Cbamberlain'a Liniinent takea out tbe aoreneaa and drives away the pain. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibaon. SHOT BY IBATE III SIJAM). Because he cried "Oh, you kid!" at Mrs. 0, H. Lambert. N. 1!. Bassett, an offieial of the Atlanta Raiiway and Klectric Company, wa* -hot and prolr ably mortally wounded yesterday by tlie WOfaaa'fl huaband, who is a prom? inent business man. Mr. and Mrs. Lam? bert, accompanied by a woman friend, were walking along tlie street in At? lanta, when they were inet by Bassett and two companions. Bassett.it is said, erie.l "Oh, you kid'" at Mrs. Lambert. Mrs. Lambert screamed, and her buaband tried to strike Bassett, but was provented by one of the latter's com? panions. Lambert backed away, drow B revolver, and flred, the bullel strik ing Bassett in the neck. After the sbooting Lambert put his wife in a taxicab and proceeded lo the slienff's Offlce, where he surrciidered Lam bwrt is sustained by public opin? ion. The pleaaant purgative effeet expe rienced by all w)i<> use Cliamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the bealtliy condition ofthe body and mind wbich they ereate, makes one feel joy ful. Sold by W'. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. MAN AM) WOMAM DROWSEI). Henry 1'agc Dennis and Miss Caro line Eaton wrre drowned Saturday afternoon, about _ miles lielow Beverly, in the vicinity of rocoinoke, Md., tbe home of Mr. Dennis. They embarked jn a sailboat about !' p. ni. and not having returned at a late hour, Pr. Alfred P. Dennis began a search. He found the empty boat at an eaily hour yesterday morning at tho mouth o? Pittscreek, a tributary of the Poco DBOke. It is supposed that Miss Eaton waa knocked over the side of the boat by the sail, and that young Dcnu.s although a good swimmer, went down in an e'ffort to rescue his compamon. Miss Eaton was 28 years of age, and a daughter of tho Rev. Dr. C. D. Eaton, president of Beloit College, of "Wiscon sin. Young Dennis was as.ni of the late Samuel K. Dznnis, a former senator from Worccster county Md. Your cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and teaiing the delieato iiieni branea of your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Riehard Gibson. _ PKIF.ST DF.XOl'MES THE RKV Ol.l'TION. The attitude of the Roman Catholie Church toward the Vortugese revolu tionists was emphasized yesterday at St. Francis Xavier College. New York, by Rev. Francis T. McCarthy. ln his sermon at the 11 o'eloek mass Father McCarthy denounced the revolutionists as anarchistic, unrepresentative of the people of Tortugal and dangerous to world peare, _-_._, ?, Tht Catholie Church, .ather- Mc? Carthy told a large coDgregatioa, earnestly aupports any government Sugar Best Granulated Sugar This Week Only or 24 pounds for $1.00 PROVIDING YOU PURCHASE AN EQUAL VALUE,Or^OFFEES, TEAS. SPICES, EXTRACTS OR A & P. BAKING POWDER. Excepting 15c CDtTec or 40c Tea. For instance, with a 25c purchase of these goods you could buy 6 lbs or 25c worth of sugar; with a 50c purchase you could buy 12 lbs., or 50c worth of sugar; with $1.00 purchase you could buy 24 lbs., or *1 worth of sugar. This is an absolutely unprecedented low price for best granulated sugar and is offered for this week only. We hope that every housekeeper in Alexandria will take advantage of it and lay in a good sup ply of sugar, for this low price of 5 1-oc pound may never be quoted again Special Priees on Other Standard Groceries, &c COFFEES Senate Blend 511 fV 15; >? -* Congreaaional Blend,31ba41:lb.2ac other fine Coffees. J>c 300,330, Kfe TEAS (ioidenKayTea, Oneat graea and black mixed tea. oartonaoo. Other flneTeaa, 40e,50e, 80c, 70e,80e Trv and be aatlaned Norway Mackerel, 8 lb. kits, 99c. Domestic Sardines, 6 cans. 25c. Whole Milk Cheese, lb. 18c. Pure Lard, lb. 17c. Table Salt, large bag.. 5c. New York State Succotash, a can ?? 10c. BEST ELGtN BUTTER ' 35c lb. price, Brookfield Eggs, dozen 30c PlainEggs, dozen... 26c Try aml DO suixnew. | - -_ _ ? Great Atlanti and Pacific Tea Co., b25 King St. tbat ifl foundcd on tbe will of tl.e people. It holds that Chriflt-fl adv.cc. ''Rendcr ye. therefore, lo Caeaarthe ihing" ? as Father McCarthy phrascs it, ., crime against rnankind baa Daan com mitted. "Tbe Church and Revolulioii was Father McOarthy'fl Babj-Ct. "Tl.e Church," be said. "teachefl tbat all authority comefl from Qod. Bt. Pkul taugbt that. and bis teaching was not tiedtoany form of governnient; simply that all legitimate governmerit is of dirinc origin. Tbey who brought about tbe overthrow of the inotiar. hy of King Manuel were not the represen? tative Of Porlugew people, and this is proved by tbe resull of tlie election held before the vevoiutioii. "The.-e doctrioarieB, the Portugeee revolutioniBtfl, advocate tbe aboliUon of all law, of tbe mag'.straey. of the armv and the nary, an.l they tatcfa that all religion isfotit'.deiJ on ignorance aml auperatition, and abonld be de stroycd. These are the doctrinea of Frcnch revolutionisU. They are hear? ing their legitimate fruit in Pottugal. They threaten the subversion of govern? nient in Spain and Italy. and, like I great tidal wave, bid fair in the not re niote futuro tO dash against our own ?hores." Tl.e reconimendation of tl.e <oui miuee on church polity that tl.e Na? tional Council of Congrcgational Churches be vestcd with greater a<l iiiinistrative relations and delegat.- to the National Council should M eon Btitoted voting members of thfl several ?Ocietiefl ol the congrcgational dcnomi natioii WM adopted at the session of the National Coun.il in session in Bos ton on Saturday. Crasad over religion and with I de luaion that she must sacrilicc herself. Mis. Barah L. Robcrts, wife of a famier. who livea near Georgetown, Del., ??t tire to herself Saturday night in her husband's absenee and burned to death. Her home was burned to the ground. We sell Hess, Regal, Walk-oycr, Brorkton and Taylor made fine shoes for gentlemen. J. H. Marshall & Bro.. 422 King atreet. SP ECIALS $1.85 for a beautiful Parlor Rug. A 9x12 Ingrain Art Square, $3.98. A few short lengths of In? grain Carpeta, 35c to 60c per yard. Our line of Art Squares from $6.50 to $40.00 are beautiful patterns. M. Ruben&Sons 601 KING STREET. STOP ii Breen cloae wall.. with front atepa ritfh: on the sidewalk. and no porches or ?>? ???"<} with a dark.damp cellar. ctc. ctc. Isn't this what a ruimber_o people are doin,-? Payin, a good rent for it and lo.mtf just tha much money every month. If this h.ts you. why don t you come out to Rosemont and LOOK Over those beautiful. new. up-to-date homes. with every mod? ern convcniencc. and dry. hright. concretcd cellars. in the resi? denee section of Alexandria, as fine as anythine; this sideofNrw York which vou can buy almost like paying rent. and really live and cojoy hfc. Make an appointment with me by card or phone ata time that will suit you and I will call and dnve with you to see these homes and cxplain terms. ete. LISTEN! If you have any money lyinp; in a savin.s aeeount drawin,; only 3 per eent. whv not let me pu t it in an absolutely safe. first mort tfatfc on city or suburban real estate. I have some fine propcr tics to offer for morttfagc. Ask me about them. F. L. Slaymaker, 313 King Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN. Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyapep sia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leadintf Phyaiciana endorae it and tes tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. T O LOTTIECAVE, Take notlee that _ on Saturday, 20th day of October, l?H>, between the bouraof ten o'eloek a. in. and six o'eloek p. m., :.i tlie offlce or Prederick P. Buaaell, 11T north l'airfax Btreet, In tho city nf Alexandria, "<:<?? ' shall proceed lo take the testimony of uilhert W. Cave and othen to be read ln niv behalf in a certain suit in equlty bow pcndlng in tbe CorporationCourtoT said eity in whieh you are defendant .and 1 am eoinplainaiit. ainl lf tbe taking Ol the testimony he nol begun or if begun be net eompleted on that day, then the taking ofthe same shall he continued from time to time and rro.ii pk-M t" place until the same shall have been eoniplete.l. QILBERT W.CA Affldavit bavitig been naade in tins caUTC that the defendaiit. I.ottie Cave, is netareaidenl of the atate of Virginia. It la ordered tbat 'he foregolng notlee be (naerted in th ? Alexandria Oazette, a newpaper publl.hcd hatheCltarof Alex? andria. Virginia, once a week fjr fouv mi'-'T-n e v. ? T_BTB: NKYKLL s. OREENAWA. , ( lerk of the Corporation (ourt. ?ep-9 w4w-tlui N ( l'I |( K ll:i\ itl^' ' - trix orthe will of ihe late WILLIAM R. HALL. all i*>rs,>n? Indebted tothe said eatate are direeted to make prompt settlement <>f the same. and al! peraona to wbom the -aid eatate la Indebl direeted lo present theirelaiins. propcrly ? ertilied. for t.ayinent. ANMh' KLl/AMKTII HALL. Kxecutrlx. H. XOEL UARNER, Attorney. ocU210t BUILDING MATKUIALS_ [KSTAHLISIIKD Mt] Henry K. Field &Co., Sueec-sors tO .loSiAIl II. D. SMooT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Office ind Yard 115 N. L'nion street. 1-aetory Xo. Ill X. Lee street. Mali-iial Delivered FRKK in the city. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Comnieree Stree.' WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCERc and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Countrv produee reeeived daily. Our itoek of Plain and Fancy Groceriea em braccs everytblng to be had in this line. \Vo hold largely In l'nitedstate*bond ed warchoiisc and carry in stoek various brands ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have also in store superiorgradca of Foreijjn and Ameriean WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. Vc Satisfaction Ouaranteed as to Price an* Quality. ,, .._ Nl. hi berehy greea that the an? nual meeting of the ?toekholderB of tbe WASHINOTON SAFE DLPOMI < iMI'AN'Y. incorporated. will be tioia al the office or the company, Xo. 123 ?otr-fl Royal street. in the city of Alex? andria. sUte of Virginia, on the lllhi HA Y ..rNOVKMBKlt. Ifl-Ovatt. oelock m.. for the purpoae of electing a Ixwru ofdirectorsfbrthc cnsuin? year. and for the tranwetion of sueh other binrines* m may come i ,r??_^v-Vl??. g" QBOROEC. IlLNMN''. ucllt _w Secretary. FINE Granulated Sugar 512 Cents G. Wm. RAMSAY. 10CASES U. S. CLUB Ginger Ale G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITTS Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRIpE'S PACK1NG. o 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. V iikiinia. in the Clerk'a Offlee ol the Corporation Court of the Cltv ol Alexandria. on thi' "'.th d:iv ot Oelober. 1910. .. Beulah E. Totten, eoinplainant. vs _i neat C. Totten, defendant. In ehan eei \ . Me'llio. The objeet Of Ulla slllt Is to o > tain tor the eoinplainant an abaolute di votee from the defendant on the ground ofwilful abandonmenl and deaert on for a period ofmore than three yeara borore the institution of this suit: to obtaiti a decree awarding the ooroulali?nt tbe eni-c and enatody of tbe infant enIM oi ihe mmplafjumt and defendant, and lor ?'eiienil relief , _ _. . . It appearing bv an affldavit ftled m this cause that tlie defendant, Krnest C. Totten. i* a "on realdent of Ibli It is iirdered: That said defendant ap pear here within Mfteen daya after due publiealioii or this order. and do what is neee-sarv to proteet his interest in this Hiiit and that a eopy ol'this order be forthwith inaerted In the Alexandria (ia/ctte. a newapapor puhliahed In the City of Alexandria. once a week for four ureceaalve weeks. and posted attho front llOOTOf Ibe Court House of this city. A eopy Teste. XK\ LLLS. OREENAWAY, Clerk. Bt Loi ih X. I?t ! i i v. 0, * (iardner L. lloothe. p. n oct?; wlw-lh_ W. A. Johnson & Co., N". L. Corner Can.eron aWI Iloyal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS Generat Comniission Merchanta and dealen In ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have oa hand Olbaon'fl XX, XXX, XXXX end Pure Old Rye, Old Cab.net and Monogram Wl.iskies: also llaker's and Thompaon'a Pure Ry* Whiskies. to whieh they invite tho attention of the Ordera froao tha eountry Tor inerehan (iise shall reeelve prompt attention. Conatgnmenta of Flour, Orain aml Country Produee aollolted, for whieh thcvtuai-intce the highestmarket prices and pVomp nmrnst _^^^ School Books and School Supplies of all kiii.k I large line to t from. Hring us your list an.l we Wtll f-fl same at loweBt nrieefl, A line Iot of .nd-hand bookfl nows on band. SJF\Dyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Nemt^OperaJtouae._ \pn-larhian Expoaition, Knoxville, Teon., Sept. 12-Oct. I*. Oreatly redueed fares aeeount above occasion on aale via Houthern Railway Sept. 10 to Oct. 12. inclusive, from all priiieipal Virginia pointa. ineludlng vi'aahington. IX G Kinal limit Oct H. Call on neareat agent or write L. S. Hrown Aanerai Aeent. 7fx*> 15th atreet nortbweat WaahingtZn, 9. V., for full partlaular about ferea, acbedulea, ete. Alexandria National Bank Corner King and Royal Streets Capital ? 100,000. Surplus and proiits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small aecounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departments on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction. OFFICERS Judge C. E. Nicol, President. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per eent in our Savings Department. There's Character and Distinction to Our Ladies'Suits Matenals are finer and the tailoring better than you have ever seen at the priees. The fabrics include rough weaves, hard-finished worsteds, serges, import ed broadcloths and mannish mixtures, and the eolors include black, blue, the new browns and grays, and novelty colorings in an almost endless variety. T'.i.ereare scveral _>1ain tailored models.while oth*?rs r.-Tfln_ar_ !^ skirts are breasted and are plcatcd - -'-blc eirects. Our priees are within reach of all. $12.98 $15.98, $18.98 to $39.98. No Charge for Alterations. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. FOUNDERS AND MACHIH18TB J.&, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline'Motors Engineer and Machinists' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfa. Valvca. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORX. We make a apccialty in repaira to Gasoline Entfines. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We aolicit yourjorders on tall kinda ol Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:! 514 Evana Buildintf. Phone]Main|7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke ? Herbert Bldtf. The companiex ieW?waBB(l in this office have asscts of over BPJO.OUO.OOO. Amon; other* are: Hartford Fire InauranceCo. Livcrpool V London V Globe. /Ctna Insurance Co. tNorthern Aasurance Co. Sprintffield Fire V Marine. Prompt attention given toadjustment of loHses and all matteni conne?tod with naurance. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HAVIVfS mialifiedas executor of the estate of JULIUS DREIFU8. de ce&sed all peruons indebted to said es? tate are requested to mako prompt sct tlementorsaldindebtcdness to the un dersigned. and all persons to whom said estate is indebted are re*iuested to pre isnt their accounU prop.rly certified for payment. ALBERT DBEIFU8, oouj lOt Exeeutor. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesaie and Retail Dealers ln Ice. Carload Lota and Country Ordera a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata blejclear aa cryatal. OFFICF, Canieron and l'nion streets. Alexandria Bell Telephone No. 51. jyiMt _ H, WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKFICK AND HTORES: llf.1T N. ROVAI.HT. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Ajricul tural Implements.VehicIes.Harneas. Field and Gardcn Seeds. WARKHOl *hs. IO<m I.MON STRKKT, 0!f UXI i>K HonHFHN HAII.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andall kindsof Mill Feed Will always keep in atock the higheat grade of theae articlea. Kl>'? Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousandaof homea all over the country. It baa wona place in the family medicinecloset among the reliable household remedies where U i kept at hand for uae In treating cold in the head juataa aoon aa aome member of the household lieglns the prcliminary sneezlnjj or snuffling. It gives imme diate relief and a day or two'a treatiiiei)*. will puta atop to a cold which might, if not ?beeked, becouie etironic and ruii Into a bad caae of uatarrh.