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TOLUME CXT.-NO. 253
ALEXANDRIA, VA., '1TKSDAY EVENING, <>( TOBER 25, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. A Reliable Remedy Ely's Cream Balm ii quickljr absorbed. Gi.es Reliel tl Once. Itolc*aniO*, soothea, h-nW and protocU tha diaeaaea mem. Hraw* r< (mltinglro Caou-rh aud drtre-s -?w->t a Coi.l in the H H-ad qui.klr. J>-||_V .TrYfTR storea the Bcnscs of flrll rbf Wl Taste end Sm?ll. Full aise 50 cts., atDtrag r hr mail. In lueii.l form, 75 -rnta. Ill v lirothen, 50 Want-u btreet, Kew York. Jo_? 1'. Bobixson. Qan, *~ Fiiknch, President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and ton, Fertilizer lalenals and Sulphuric Acid. _fc vour dealer for the Aloxandria Irora?lObaaal?1 Co.'s Produeta. Capacity: SO.OOO 10ns per annum. Prlaeeafl Street and Potomao River Wharf. Alexandria, Virginia. RAILBOAD6 Southern Railway. 1 leare Uatoa llaUoa, _toxand?a in elToct Ootobarl vjut. s 11 -FolloirlnjBehed?afltruraBpufr li-i, i only aa Intorroatton, and arn n.it giutranUx l ... ..r , ;;i: A. M. Dally 1<J"*> bntwaeai Wash n and PanviUO. \. M. D?If I.o.-al for llarnson ,r itationa. \ IL?Dally?U. B. F*at Mai . ,11 Iy lor nasypucers for points south a which scheduled to Btop. First elB? eplng eara to nirmingham and rli !'?"? p*,r'' to N<*w \ M I'ailv Mail train. toaches for Min:i^a-,('hariotlesvil!e.Lynehburg. Danville and Or.ubora Sleeplng ears atlanta. .__?_, 1.1: l\ M. Week daya -Loeal for War rentoo and Harrisonburg. .*. M. Dally?Blrmingham apec? ial. Sleepingeara batwaen New York, AugUBta, Aiken aud .lacksonville. Sl,. ..r to Birmlagbam. Through Iirst oaehes betwoen ? '?'.-'.mgton and mvllle. Dln <?? >? Tour irnla four; * i*W/. ;*. VI. We.l. ? l ?""? ????* risonbm - -n.l wav Btal Manassas 1 "tillman bu l ?? oa*. 5:12 i'. M Dally Loeal ror Warren? ton and Charlottesvllle. 1027 r. M Dally Waahington and Chattanooga LlcnltM (vla Lynohbnrg). ecooh and Blooplug ear-; to Knoxville an I Chattanooga. si,-,.,. 'rloaua, Waahington to ke, Dinlng car aervlea. ? M Dally -New N ork, Atlanta Ipans Llmltod. All Pullman train. club and obsenratlon oarj to New .. sleeping ears to Aahayllle, Atlanta, Ma.1 and New Orleana Sloep I'harlotto. Dinlng car servlee. \ m Dally _emphla . Sleeping ears and ooaohea for lloauoke. Knoxville, Naahvtlla, Chattanooga and Memphis Dinlng ear Banrle* wasn Ington gloeplng eara open 10?) P. at, Through trains from tha eouthiwrtfB at Aloxandria 6:13 and 82Sand 10?S a. m. 3:13, T?l, I i:13and 11*8 P. ?.dally, Har p \j daily. From ChaliotMBfUla t_I _ TRAINS OM BLUB?OHT BRAKOH. Leave Alexandrta IW. A o. Station) lays at 823 A. M . 8*6and 4*8 iror Bluemont; C33 P. M.week days for Loes burg: 1*5 P. _. dally Ibr lilm-niont and \ \i.. loeal, oa Bandayi only tor Bluemont A, . . detailed aohedula ligures.-tiokets. Pullman reservatlon, ete., apply to WILL! \M Q. LKIlr W. Union Tlokot Agont, Alexandria, ??? E 11 COAPMAN, General Manaser. s 11 IIAKDWICK, Paaa Traf. Ugt. li. l' CARY,General PaBsengei I.. s Brown, General Agent, Waahington, 1). 0. Washington Southern Ry. Bebedule la etfcel May IS, 1010. Tralna leave Unloa Btatloa for Waab and points north at 7 43. KCK dS32a in., 1201.230,807,8ft and ?:i. daily. , , . For t'rodoriokaburg, Riehmond and points south ai 137.7 58 (loeal) and 1022 a. ni.. 12 16, 111. 8 17 iloeal) 7 42 and 9 5. p. in. . . . , mmooatlou for Prederlekaburg at 11 ll a. m., daily. On week day- tl train nms through to Milford me of arri vals and dcpartures aml eonneetlona not mianateed XX P I.W'LC'R.TraiTie Mannrer. Riehmond. Va. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. In otlect May 1.1910. I.nWK AI.EXASPR1A. For WashinKton, from eorner Prince and Roval streets. week days nt 5 40, 80f 70?.Tl5,T?-7aO. I - ... i io. 9 30. 9 50. 1010. 1030.1060,11 10.1125, 1130. 11 50 a. ni 1210,12 25.1230,1250, 110, 1*5, 130 . l?:210 2 25T230,250,a 6.825,33 4 10, l 35. 180,4 10,4 66,6 10,826,58 6? 6 20.6 30.6 45.7 00.715.7 26.8 00,8 80, , , 1000, 1080, 11 10 and 1166 p. m. gun " 86, - 10, I 90, 8 40, 9 00, 10 1000, 1020, 1040, 1100, 11 90 and 1140a m.. 1200m., 1220, 12 40, 100. 120, I 40 2 *>, 2 20, 3 40. 3 00, 8 90, 3 10, 1 00, 4 20. ".7 20, ? ,W. 0 30. 10 00, 10 30 and II 10 p. m. (MR MOt'ST VKRNOX. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week davs. :u 546, BJSi. raMt??1A1?5" r, ? 7 ?? 8 50,'.' 50, 10 50 and 11 Jg !'? '?? Sundays >30. 1030. "? a. W.. 12 30, 1 30, 2 30. 3 30, 4 30, 5 30, 0 80. ? 30, ?. 40 an.l 10 M p. m. ________ _y.A. i '?! ll ll lllssT_*gaaa_a JUST RECEIVED Chocolate Crispo The delicious chocolate sponge in dainty one pound boxes. SPECIAL 33c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 rhng Street. rtrBLISHKl>I>AII.T AND TR1-WKKBXY AT OAZFTTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 * PRLVCE STRKKT. rEntered atthe Postomce of Alexandria, Virginia, as second-elass matter.] Tkbms: Daily-I year, $5.00; G months, 82.50; 3 months, 81.25: l month,43 conta 1 week, 10 eents. Tri-weekly - 1 year, 83.00: 6 months 11.50: 3 months, 75 conU; 1 month, 78 cent*. , ? , Oontraet adrertisers will not bo alloweil to oxeeod their spaeo unless the excess is paid for attranslent rates, and under no eircumstanees will they be allow.id to adyertise other than thelr lefilti mato business in tho spaee contracted Resolutlons in memoriam, of thanks, tributesof respeet, resolutions adopted bv socicties or perhons.unlcss of publie concern. will be printed in the papor as advortisements._ HHilM: D1SASTERH. Newaof tho wreck of the steamer Regulua, bound from Belle Island to Sydney with the loss of 19 men of tho crew, was received at St. .Tohtis, N. B., yesterday. Tho wreck occurred at Shoal Bay nine miles from St. Johns. The Rcgulus had been running be? tween Nowfouudland porU, Syndey, C. B., New York and Philadelphia. She broke her tailshaft off tho Bay of Bulls, 88 miles from St. Johns. dur? ing a heavy storm yesterday, while on her way from Belle Island to Sydney, and a tug picked her up la'-e in the af? ternoon. Tho storm increased, how over, four hawser3 were parted aud the Regulus becamo lost in the fog and darkness. At daylight tho steamer was found to be a total wreck on a point of land at the cntrance of Shoal Bay. Nineteea membera of the crew had been iwept into the sea and drowned When tho tug left the wreck. th? steamer appeared to be broaking up. Sovon aailor.i, rescued from the sink ing four masted sehooner Holliswood, luniber-laden from New Orleans for New York. were brought iuto Perth Amboy, N. J., yesterday hy tho Nor wegian steamship Harald, commanded by Capt. E. A. Berg. Capt. E. B Walls, of tho ill-fated sehooner, de clincd 10 desert his ship and in all prof ability has been drowned. The Holli wood was ovcrtaken by a storm on Oetober 13. Tho sehooner sto>d up well for a time and then began to roll and pitch so badly that Cuptain Walh ordered the roremaal cul down. The storm continued and the crew threw overboard some of the lumber. The water continued to pour into the hold of tbe reaaei, howerer, deapite the effhrta Ol the crew, nnd after threu days they were beginning to despair of their lires, whfii the steamship Harald hove in sight aml BOUt B boat to tako them off. The Ilolliswooi was half tiiled with water whon the rescue was made. One by ouu tho crew of the sinking sehooner. who Implored the captaio to abandon tho vessel. took (arewell oJ their commandar and climbed aboard the lifuhuat and were rowed to the Harald. It ia in time of sudden ru'ishap or ac cident that Chamherlain's Liniment ean be relied upon to take t.he place of the family doctor, who cannot always bo found at the moment. Then it is that Chamherlain's Liniment is never found wanting. Iu cases of 6prains, euts, UOUnda and bruise9 Chamherlain's Liniment takes out the BOraneai and drives away the pain. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and Richard Gibson. STIMSOV* 1 F.E?. Slowly the fa.ts are coming out con? eerning the fees paiJ to Henry L. Stim son, for goreruor of Now York, in tbe Morse and sugar prosecutious as speeial counsel after he had resignod his post as I'uited States District At? torney. Mr. Stimson vraa paid not only 169,000 for n*pro9enting tho govern? ment as special oounsol, but in all 179,788.52. When the department made its Bral tHtimatfl of f5(.\000an honest error was eommitted in the Department of Justice and the amount paid him in the Morse caso wa* given as $4,000 on September 30. As a matter of fact ho received f'.>,000 in the Morse case and has not corrccted thc error in his speeches be? fore the voters. All told, the government bas paid|on laCQC?>t f>f the prosecutions by Mr. Stimson, covering tbe period from August 7, 1900. to September 27, 1010, the sum of a$7,SO<-..8:2. Of this amount 18,620.80 was paid to his three as? sistant!*. By way of comparison, Frank C. Kellogg, one of tho best lawyers in the west, ha.i received from the government for prosecuting the Standard Oii Com? pany $63,000 in fees. The Standard Oii case is the biggest the government has ever had, and Mr. Kellogg, in? stead of working 15 months for his money, worked for nearly three years. U8EKU1. ISiFORMATIOX. A pamphlet containing information which shouul be of the greatest interest and practical oenefit to the farniers of the south and vhich may be had for the asking. has just been issued by the Land and Indust.-ial Department of thc Southern Railway. The pamphlet treats of "The use of i/nie on Land," and tells of the great henefits to be de rived in this way. QootattOOB are given from agricultural authorities and from bulletins issued by the United States Department of Agrieulture and various state department*-, tclling on. what kiml of land lime should be used, for what crops it will bring the best ro Bults, and how it should be applied. For improving sour uoil9 sucb as are found in many parts of tbe eouth, agricultural authorities agreethat there is nothing so beneficial as lime aince witb the aid of leguminotis plants it ? uables the soil to draw from the atmospkare tha uitragen so necesaary as plffnt f??d- Tbe lal-ge deposits af lime in tha various southern states make tlie use of lime for agricultural purposes inexpensivo. A eopy of the pamphlet on "Tho uao of Lime on i.and" may be aeeured by addressing a request to M.V. Riehards, land and industrial agent. Southern Railway Company, Washington D. C., or oopics may be had on apphca tion to any freight trallicrepresentatire or loeal or station agent of the Southern Kailway. ^^^ _ MURDKKKl. t ONFF.S8IC*. John J. Smythe, who. on September 1, shot and killed his wife, Bridget Smythe, and Rita May Smythe, a young daughter, in Norfolk. was yes? terday morning piaced on trial for hia life in the Corporation Court. of that city and at 4:35 o'eloek yesterday af? ternoon tho jury returned a verdict of murder in the tirst degree. Counsel for (he pris'iner made a mo? tion oa the usual grounds for tho set ting aside of the verdict, and it will he argued on Friday. Smythe, a bartender, after leaving home" for hia place of employmcnt eariy in the morning, returned at breakfast timo and opened liro on 1ns wife. The daughter ran in between her father and mother to proteet the laUer and was shot dead. Alcoholie insanity was tho defenie of Smythe, but Commonwealth's At? torney Tilton introduced evidence to show that tho murder was the result of Smythe's infatuation for .Tulia Sulli van, his wife's sister. Smythe attempted to uend several notes to Miss Sullivan from the jail, Ho asked her to get him a razor and a drug, with which ho might end his life in case of his convictiou and ina bility to break out. William Henry Smythe, an S-year old son of the piisoner. was the prin? eipal witness ejatnet him. Smythe was trled only for the murder of hii wife. ?.TORMS IV ITALY. Tho island of Isehia, iu the Metliter ranean sea. 16 miles southwest of tho city of Naples. ha9 been storm swept. First reports reach ing Naples gavu a very eonsiderable losi of life from a tldal wave. but the latest reports indi cate that the victims are few. Naples suffered from a furious storm of wind and rain Sunday nieht and all yesterday the damagu amount ing to nitllions. Krery i-ection of the city bears the marka of the gale. and the suburbs were even more seriously affected, several persons being killed. Tho surrounding country h?9 been de vaatated, great cjuantities of grapes, treea walls and i>arts of houses being scat tcrcd about in all direetiom. An avalanche of stono and mud rushed down Mount Vesuvius above tho lava line of the eruption of 190b. lt swept all before it as far as tho town of Portici. It wreckod the trani line and engulfed nearly a score of vietiin*. Isehia is in tb? direet path <>f the hurricane which toppled over the houses in Casamicciola and other villages. After the eartlniuako in 1883 these plaees were rebuilt with the very thinneet houses, whieh, while admir ably ealculated to re.si.st earthquakes, were unable to withstand the violence of tho reeent storm. While it is helieved that thers are some bodies under the debris, the very tlimsy nature of the striictiires probably permitted most of tlie occupanH to escapo death or lerious injury. There i? much anxiety here, how ever, as many residents of Naples went to _ohia to ewcape the cholera. The Italian ministry of the intorior ye.terday evening received word ot B tidal wave at Casamieciola, on the Island of Ischia, that drowned 200 persons. Communication with the island has been interruptedand vcritica tion of the report is impossible, A sptcial train bearing J. Picrpont Morgan and a party of guosts trav?ling from Hot Springs, Va., was the firs passenger train to traverse tho now l'ennsylvania Railroad tunnel from Jcrsey City to Sevcnth avenue, Now York, yesterday, four days before tho oponing of tbe tube to public service, Thursday next. Mr. Morgan'B gtiests wcie Bishop Greer, of New York; Bisbop and Mrs. Hall, of Vermont: Bishop Lawrcnce, of Boston; Mrs. Markce. of Philadelphia, and Miss Amy Townsend, of New York.. Thc party was returning from the Episco palian conference at Cincinnati. Frank Zablotsky, 7 years old, died on tbe East Side." New York, yester? day, from the effects of toothache. from which he bad suffered continuously for 85 hours. Wedding Presents Beautiful pieees of Fumiture, Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. M. feOl KING STREET. J FARMER'S WIFE HAOJIEAP TO DO Mrs. Shepherd Was in Bad Shape When She Could Not Stand on Her Feet. Durham, N. C?"1 am a farmer*B ?wife," writes Mrs. J. M. Shepherd, ol this city, "and have a heap to do. "Four months ago I could not stand on my feet, to do anything much, but at this ume 1 do the most of my work.i took Cardui and it did me more gooa than all the doctors. "You don't know half how I lhank you for the Cardui Homc Treatmcnt. I wisti that al! women who suifer from womaniv trouble would treatthemselvesasl have. Udies can easi'.y treat thcmselvts a% home, with Cardui, thc womanstonic. lt is easy to lake, and so gentle ln its action, that it cannot do anyhnng bul good. Being composed exclusively ofvege table ingrcdients. Cardui cannot lay up trouble in your systcm. as mmeral drugs oftcn do. Its incredients having no hr.rsh, medicinal effects, and being non poisonous and perfectly harmless, Cardui is absolutely sale for young and old. Ask your druggist. He will tell you to try Cardui. K B-Wrtttto: LadieV Ad-rlsonr Dept.CbaM* books Medicine Co . Chatttnoosa,Tenn.. for &>?/a lnstrttctioiu.,an<LM-rasi book. ? >?r2?*,XS____ ler Wcmea. sent in c_a wrai;pcr. oa rcqutat -- _bt'Ili>im; -ATBRLa-fl_ P_8T_B?D9H?D l**?,] Henry K. Field &Co., su.-eesiiors to JOS/AN II. D. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF Al? KINIis. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Office indYanl 115 N. Union streot Faetory No. 111 lf. Lee street Material Delivered 1 ?__K in Ihe elty. W. A. Johnson & Co., K, ? Corner Qamerofl and Iloyal BtrMtB, wiiolesall: grocers General Commission Merehants ?ad deafara la ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. liave qo band Ulbaon'a XX. XXX, XXXXan.l i'ureoi.i Bye.Old Oablnet aml Monoffram Whiskies; also llnkor's andTbompaon'i Pure Kye Wblak.les.to which they iMTiu- tln* attention of me tnule. Ordera frO? the country for merchan ill n.Ive prompl attention. CaaBlgnmoata ol Plour, Qraln and Country Produee aollelted, for wiu.-h they guarantee the blgheatmarket prices andprump r.-turnst Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep (ia. Indi-festion. Kidney and Livei Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tes tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist John Ahern & Co., Cornor Prince and Commeree Siret WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCER. Bnd deelew ia PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Country produce received dally. Oui atoek of Plain and Fancy Orocerlei em braeea eTerythlng t" he had In this imr. We hold largely in United States bond ed werebouso and earry ln atoek varlous hranda ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Ilavo also in Btore siiperior j,'rndes of Foreign and Amerfeaa WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. ftfc Satiswction QUar*?teedai to Priee and Quality. N 'OTU'E la herebv glveu that the an - bubI meeting of the atockholdera ol thn WASHINOTON HAFE DEPOSIT roMPAN'Y. laeorporated, will be held at the offl.T" of tbe company, Ko. 128 south Royal atreet, In the eity of Alex? andria, state of Virginia. oa the FlRsi DAY of XOYKMliKK. 1:-1?. at 12 o'eloek in., for tbe purpoae of olectlng a board of direetorsfor the enauing year. and for the tnns.irtion ofsueh other business as mav come properlv before s.iid meeting. GEORGE C. HENNINO, oetiiiw Seeretaiy. School Books and School Supplies of all kinds. B large line to select from. Bring us your list and we will fill same at lowest prices. A line lot of :id-hand books nows on hand. SJFJDyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. _Kext to Opera House. _ I AM OFFERIN'G FOR SALE EXTRA BRISTOW CREAMERY BUHER 38c Pound. I guarantee every pound to give aatis _ction. Fresh and Smoked Meats. Oroceries and Farm l'roducts of all klnds. Tolephoue orders given prompt attention. Froo dellvery. F. C. PULLIN. Corner Queen and Royal streets. 'Phone, HelhUL.i-ome S7W, Jyl5 ly SaleofCharming New Princess Dresses. Ladies* all-wool French Serge Princesa Dresses, in navy and black, lace yokes, braid trimming at $12.98. Ladies' Satin Mes_1 ine Princess Dresses, Persian satin trimming, lace yokea, in navy and black at $16.98. Ladies' Black Taffeta Princeaa Dresses lace yoke braid trimming at $15.98. Ladies' Black Voile Princess Dresses, lace yoke satin trimming at ?15.98. Children's and Misses' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompson Dreases braid trimming with emblem on sleeve. 6 to 14 years at 5.98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. FOR SALE Two of the choicest and best built dwellings in the city of Alexandria. locat? ed on North Columbus Street. between Queen and Princess Streets (Court Houae square). each house contains eight rooms and overy modern conveaience. includ ing hot water heat. electric lights and concreted cellars. Delighttul two story brick dwelling No. 1215 Duke Street. containing eight rooms and bath and large side lot. Fine two story frame dwelling No. 817 Queen Stree*. contaias six rooms all in splcndid condition. Good stablc in rear. Desirable two story frame dwelling No. 427 North Colusabus street. con? taining seven rooms and and bath. A good renter. Cozy frame dwelling No. 306 South Fairfax Street. containing six rooms. Always rented and is a good ten per cent investment us the price asked for this propertv. - _ Good two story frame dwelling No. 823 Oronoco Street. aontainiag six rooms. Good investment. Further particulars of John D. Normoyle KING AND ROYAL STREETS. 3l Does YOUR Roof Leak? We can tell you how to stop it? not merely for the present, but permanently. Look at the 6-inch, asphalt cement-welded joint, shown at the left. You can have a continuous one piece roof without a nail-hole in it. No leaks No painting No nail-holes No worry No repairs No COAL-TAR If you use WIDE-WELD ASPMALT PATENTED _ SOLD BY WILLIAM H. PECK. When Buying Fuel The consumer must alwaya figure on the ac tual amount of heat and comfort that is got ten for the money spent. We believe that our coonections of long standing, coupled with the large amount of fuel that we buy, make it possible for us to aell the very highest grades of Coal and Wood at prices that are cheapest to the coneumer. A trial order of our Coal and Wood, or an opinion from aome of our satisfied customers, will prove that our idea of putting quality first is correct. W. A. SMOOT _ co., mc. Order Office, 529 King Street. Thi- cut showsa pair of speetaeles with the lenses very much out of foeus. Tho dots show the focal centerot the leuses. whieh are the kind usually sold by travelins and eut-rato optlcians. Sueh glasses are very -^'ll'^~r ~"B?afc-*? harmful and aro often the eause of rataraets ^~?"^ _ ,?,. lpnsr,s vrotind and aeeuratelr centered in our Columbia Optlcal Co., Inc, Expert Optlcians, ?OH F Street Northwest, Washington, D. < ? S B T am a memlHjr ofthe above firm. Wont you drop in and let me ex plainthls'and 'otherlmportaut faeU about g.asses.' W. E. DIENELT. OPTiaAN, Alexandria Ofi.ce.5M Prince street sep3 0_ aft?r7:00p. m? appoiutfuont 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 & 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. City Bargains Fine Business property on King Street, centrally located, frontage of M feet and a depth of 150 feet. Buildings in fine condition. Rented at $75 per month. Price $10,000. A cozy little home for $2,250. A two-story frame dwelling with six rooms, bath and pantry, side alley. Has fine range and latrobe stoves. Rents for $16.65 per month. One half square north of King street, in good neighborhood. A new home in the northwestern section. Two story frame dwelling, with six rooms, bath and pantry. House has all conveniences, including electric lights, sanitary plumbing, latrobe heaters, gas range and domc electrical fixtures. Frontage 40 feet, depth 1O0 feet. Price $2,900. $900 cash, balance at $25 per month. Save rent and own your own home. Thompson &, Appich 1D7 South Royal Street. Alexandria, Va. City and Suburban Properties. Stocks and Bonds rouyp_Bfl am' -ACHiNiara J.&H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valvea. Vc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repaira to Gasoline Engines. Motorcyclca and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldg. The companios reiirewnteHIW ttjJl offloe BBYTB BBBtTTB of orer ?100,(X?,000. Among others ;in>: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globe. AS.tm Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Spnngfield Fire tf Marine. 1 rompt attention given toadjustment oflossesandall matters connected with usuntnee. Your cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and tearing the delicat* meni brancs of your throat if you want to bo annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Orders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata blcjclear as erystal. | OFFK'F. Cameron and I'nioii streets. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. jy'-'tf_ RICHARO H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS okkui: am> sioiu:a: I1S-117 a. rotai.mt. Dealcr in Hardware. Paints. Aflricul tural Implementf. Vehicles.Harness. Field and Garden Seeds. wakkhoi sk?, aoaaa rxmx strkkt, om LOT or SOt'THERN KAM.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andallkindsof MiHFeod Will always keup in stock the hlgheit grade of these articles. ?MI Cream Balm has l>een triedaLd uot found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country. It has won a plaee in tho family naenietaeeloeot among tbe reliable household remedies where itis kept at hand for use in treating cold lu the head just as soon as some member of tho household begins tho preliminary snee/ing or snuffliug. It gives iniuie diate relief and a day or twos treatment will put astop to a cold whieh iiiiuht, it not ehecked, l>ecouie cbronlc aud run into a bad ease of aatarrb.