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xan TOLUME CXI.--NO. 255 ALEXANDRIA, VA., TIirKSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. RAILROADS_ Southern Railway. I rain- leave L'nion Station, Alexandria. ln eflect Oetober2, l->io. N. B Pollowliifeehedaleflaweepuo liabedoalyaa lefwnatloa, nnd aro not '"t'Iit'a''M.' Daily looal between Waab inirton and Uiurill*-. k it \ m <eeJ ror Harrtaoor burg and way stations. a_| \ M Dally l ? & ' ?lsl M;u ? Bto'ps only tor passengers for points soatn a which Rohedulcd to stop. Plrat waaa ...., -r. ??; sleeping .?urs to Birmingham and drawlng room sleeping eara to HOW Orleans. Dlnlng ear serrlee. H-17 \ M. Dally Mailtraln. Coaehes for Manassaa.i !hJufotteBvllle.Lynehburg, Danville and Greenaboro, Sleeplag eara Oreensboro to Atlanta. i:i; p. M. Week daya Loeal for \\:ir renton and Harrieonburg. 4-v P St?Dally- Birmlngbani spcc? ial. Sleeping aara botween New York. Aiienata, Aiken and Jackaonvllle. Sleeper to Birmingham, Through Hrat olass coaehes between Washington and Jaeksonville. Dining car sorvlce. .r ,rnla four tlmes wecklv. ;? m Week davs Looal r.>r llar ,,,,1 way stations on Wai branch. I'lillnuin buffet parlorear. 5:12 P. M. Dally liOoal for Wan-.n ton and (Jharlottesvllle. 1037 P. M Dally Washington and Chattanooga Llmlted (via Lynehburg). Plrst-olaaa noach and ileenlng ears to Uoanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. SleopertoNew Orleana,Waahington to Dining car service. llsKP. M. DafTy New York, Atlanta and New Orleana Llmlted. All Pullman train. club and observaUon eara to New Orleans. Sleeping ears to Aaheyille, Atlanta, Macon and Sow Orleans. "eep ,., toCharlotte. Dlnlng oar aervlee. \ \i. Dally Memnhl. speolal. Sleeping ears and eoaohea ror Roanoke, Knoxville. Naahvillo. Chattanooga and Memphis. Dining ear aervlee. Jjaan Ington sleeping eara open l" *' ' ? M. Through trarnsfrom the southairive :,t Alexandria 0:13 and 62* and IJK3?,m. ... 19:13and 11:58 P. M.dally, Har riso'nlmrg II* A. H. week davs andf?:13 p m ilaily. From Charlottosvllle 9a8 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUKMONT BRANCH. [x?ve Vloxandrla W. A 0. station) i,v,at --JJ V M ,3?and 4?5|for Bluvni ?iit:?33 P. M.week days for I/'.-s l.ur' i ?? P. M. dailv for Bluemont and \ m . locai. on Suadaya only for Bluemont. ? __._ For detailed sehedule flgures, tleketa, Pullman reaervatlon, etc., apply to WILLIAM O. LEftFW, Union Tlckel Agent, Alexandria, Ta. K ll COAPMAN. General Manager. S. II. HARDWICK. Paaa Traf. Mgr. H. r CARY, Oeneral Passenger Ageat l, .?. Brown, Oeneral Xu'.-nt. Waahington, 1> ' Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule la eflfcel May 14, 1010. Tralna leave TJnJoa Statton tor Wnsh lngton and potata north Bt7? 8 _ an.l - 32 a. m., 13 01,1 ?, 8 81, 8 11 and II :.t p. m.. daily. For Predorioksburg, l.l.-htnond and points aouth at 4 37, T 83 I loeal) and 10 22 a ni., 191C 122, ?1" (toeall 7 1^ and !?5, V\c<-oinmodation for Prederlokabu? at ii is .,. m. daily. Oa week dayaMa train mna through to Mllford. -<,UI nnieofarrtvalaanddeparturea nu'd eonnectlons no< guaranu-i> l \V r 1. lYLC'R. PrafDe Manager, Rlobmond, \ a. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. in effaei May 1,1910. 1.1.\VK UJalAKMUA. For Washington, from eorner Prince and Kov.U atreeU, week days. at ^40. Uii-, .. 1,665,7 05, ' I5,i30, . 10. 00.8 15,825,8 35,830,9 10,9 30,050, lL> I,. 1030, 1050, 11 10, 11 25, 1130. 11 M a. in 1210,1225,1230,1250. 1 10. 125. 130 I SO, 2 10, .' 25, -':!". ? 50, 3 05, ;> -?'>. '?'? ?'<?>? 3 50, .., 4 40, 1 55, 6 10. o xl.~>. 5 35, 5 50, 0 05, C 20. C 30.6 45,7 00,7 15,725, - ? ? i . looo. io30, 11 lo nnd ll ?>?' p. m, Sundiya- 700, 7 35, - io. 830, 84 10 10 U0. 1020, 10 40. 11 00. 11 20 und 1140a. m . 1200m., 1320, 12 lo. 100, l - | 140 2J0.22O.2 10,300, 320, 340,400,4 30, 4i , 1,600,020,640, Voi.i. 7 10 -:w. yoo, 980, looo. io:toaud II 10 p. m. fOtl MOUNT VERXOJ*. Leavo Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days,at :, 4~>. <;"<J. 756, 861, 1026, 11 ? a. ui.. 12 25, 1 lb, 2 25, 3:?. 4 40. 5 85, 6 30 : ?. 10 50 and n ?*> p. m. Bundaya 700, 830, 830, 1030, n:? a. _., 12 30, l 30, | :io, a '? l, i 80,.". ;w, 0:?, 7 30. 146and i > U p. ni. A Reliable Remedy Eiy's Cream Balm is quickly absorbed 6lvf s Raliet at Once. It rieaaeaa, aoothea, aeuls and BBVteeta tha ditr-ixea mem hmn-i rosulting from Cstavrh and drires away a CoM in tho _ H?d quickly. Kt-||_V aTrVFR ?kora tbe Henses of alH I ? Lf bfl T?1? and Suiell. Full siz-> ,">0 cU., nt DtQg. Ists or hy mail. In liqnld form, 75 ernts. :y Drothers, 56 W'arreu Street, New York. t jons p. RosraaoK, Preaident Qao, s. French, ? 'ary. Alexandria Fertilizer and MaKtrrACTOBiuta of Feitilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Aloxandria Fertiliror and C'hemieal t'o.'s Produeta. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prince.*-* Street and Potomae Rlrer Wharf. Alexandria. Virginia. 7t?_T"irECElVE?) Chocolate Crispo The delicious chocolate sponge in dainty one pound ttoxes. SPECIAL 33c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. ^j^itkk (jtuettr. POBLISHIKD DAILY AND TRI-WEKKLY AT QAZETTE BUIIaD?fO, 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. fEntered atthe Postofflce of Alexandria, Virgiuia, as second-class matter.] Terms: DailY -1 year, ?G.oO; 6 months. $2.00; 3 months, *1._: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. - j Tri-weekly-1 year, $3.00:0 months fl.fjO: 3 moutha, *5 cents; 1 month, a cents. , ., , '?ontraet adrertisers will not be allowc-U to exceed their space unless the excess Ibb?d for attranatentratea, and under no cireuma?noea will they toallowa-l to advertlae other than their legltJ; mate business in the space eontnictc-.i Reaolutiona ln memoriam. of thailka. trlbuteaofreapeet, resolutions adopted |,v soeictiesor persons.unless orpuhlie concern, will l>c pi_ted in the pap.n as advertisements. EXPI-oslON (>N A GfJMBOAT. A dispateh from Fort au Prince,Hayti _yaaevent* men are dead aud tbe May tian gunboat La ?berte lieI at the bot toni of the Atlantic orean. DO? Port dc Paix as thc re-uilt of the explosion on board Tuesday. (?oiiiirination of the report of the sinking of the La Libcrte I l'ort au Prince yesterday. Tho [_ ?berte wai formerly an Anierican ?team vaoht, the Bti King. uf tbe 90 persons oo board we gun? boat, only 80 ware reecoed. Tbe dead weie either killed in tbe explosion or drowned. Portde Paix liea on a promon tory jutting into the occan just south of Tortuga Island. \ Btorm was raging off the coael at the time of the aoctdent and thoae who put off from tbe craft reached ihore with tbe graateal difBcurty. Tbecoaal ai Porl de Paix ia a deeolf.te Btretch and tbe sea is always rough from a heavy Bwell tbal runs otf tbfl niiuii land. Tbe wind was Mowing a gale aml the waves were dangerouely bigh. The lifeboate were oTercrtwded and for a lime it looked as tbougfa no one would eecape. The gunboat was badly torn by tb explosion and was left at tbe mcrcy o| the battering ma, Bhe was aettlii wbeo the meu deeerted her. Among tboae wbo were drowned were 10 Haytian generala wbo were on their way 10 take command o! sev? eral army diviaioni in tbe north. The Haytain Bovernraenl purchaaed the Krl King from Albcrt K. Towcr, of Pougbkeepaie, N. Y.. about a year ago. ^^^ ?HUT His BWBBTHEART. Hearing four piatol aliota from tho parlor wbere ibeir daughter. Miss Bertha Grimatead, was edtertaining Richard NorrU, lu-r fiance, Mr. aud .Mrs Edward Grimatead, reaiding near Virginia Beaeh, weiv borritied to tind tbe body oftbe young man lying in tbe bnllway oi their bome. blood pour ing from hia head, while tbeir daueh* ter lay on the parlor lloor. ahotthrough tbe band and lefl brcast. The y.-ung lady'a wound ia not neoeasarily fatal, but Norria will probably die, tbe bullel be Bred into bis bead after shooting liiaa Grimatead baving penetrated bis skull. lt is believed tbat Miss driin Btead tbrewbei band in front of ber to ahietd ber heart. wbicb aCCOUUta for tbat wound. It is stated thal Norrifl objectod tj Misa Orimstead receiving at? tention from another suitor. A TARDY BRIDBGROOM. Because the bridegrooni overslept. tlie wedding of Miss Minnie Snyder, of North Pateraon, N. J.-tO Albert Uigher, who ii employed on the Erie Railroad and lives in Hoboken, tock place Bve hours later Tueadaj than tbe ecbeduled time. R?v. Father Van Zilc had arranged to perform the oeretnooy at a nuptial ma-s at 9 o'eloek in St. Anthony' Chape), Hawthorne. After waiting an liour past tho appointed time, Father Van ZOe sent a meeaenger t.? tbe home 01 tbe bride. Miss Snyder, in her Widal robea, ia! in the parior, weeping. Qigber arrived at noon, very much pertarbed. He explained thal be was tired after working all night and lay down for a brief reat Ur fell aaleep and did not wake up until after 10 o'eloek. The wedding eercnviny took place at 2 o'eloek in the afternoon without a nuptial maai and with only a few rela tivea present. rtLOWN TO SEA. Three men aboard a launeh belong ing to the Maryland Dredging Com? pany and engaged in dredging opera tions off Thimblc Light, five milai from Old Toint, had a terrible cxper irneo Tuesday night. While light? ing the spars niarking the Itmita of the dredging. they were caught in the 42-mile-an-hour gale that swept the coast at BU-Wt and were drivcn straight castward through the eapcs and out to sea. Their en? gine was unable to make any head way against the gale, and finally it broke down. All night the men faced death aboard their frail craft. \es terday morning they were .20 miles off Cape Henry and drifting rapidly to the southeast. Without food or water aboard, their plight was terrible. They were finallv able to work in shore near enough for their signals of di.stress to be seen by the crew of Ltttle Island life saving station. who went to their iaoe ia the life boat. The men were fmally gotten into the quarters of the life saving crew where they were made as comfortable as possible before being sent to Norfolk. RACE 8UH.DE. Dr. E. T. Bradv, of Abiugdon, presi? dent of the Virginia Medical Society, Tuesday night startled '200 pbysicians in Norfolk who beard him with the foi-. lowing sensational remarks: "Squeamisbness is never sinceiO ^^^MerSpec Week at the A. & P. Store. This Week we will present our patrons with these very useful and substantial 6-qt. Gray Enamel Preserving Kettles besides giv ing them the benefit of the lowest prices ever quoted in Alexandria for many standard articles Best Elgin Butter pound, 35c 6-qt Gray Enamel Preserving Kettle FREE This week with every 50c purchase of Teas, Coffees, A. & P. Baking Powder, Flavoring Extracts or Spices, Specials For This Week. . 10c A. & P. Salaratus or Baking Soda... 5c . 14c Cranberries, a quart. 10c . 9? Sultana Corn, 3 cans. 25c 6c Iona Peas, 3 cans. 25c Tomatoes, No. 2 size. a can.. ^ cheese a lb. 18c Underwood Mustard Sardines, 2 cans. 10c Full Cream Cheese, a _ Laundry Starch. 3 lbs. Evaporated Apricots, a pound Nonesuch Mincemeat, a pkge Seedless Rassins, a pkge Try Our Famous GOLDEN KEY TEA at 60c pound. Try Our Special SENATE COFFFE at 23c pound. THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO. 525 KING STREET. and sin.vrity is my only cxcii-e. I am awaro that I Mii toucbtng upon a aub jeel unuaual in a publie addieaa. If Ihi doae aeema drastic, remember thal drastic meaaurea are needed t.> put us in working .ondition. We muetgive lituation 'rank recognition. We arn bliudly following the felich Of biisi il the expenae .>f fralernity. Even the pathetic publie is recogniiing the p.is-ibilities of race autcide. There are 350 cold-Wooded premeditated niurdera of defenseleas iniiocenta fovaveryflOO children brougfal Into the world And ih, large majority of these erimea is perpetrnted by so-called ChriaUans and iiuelligent wivee, ahothua from their vaiinteil aocial heighl give an exampte for n doctrine ol convenience and seiiisluiess. Vanity. social BaplraUooa, faahiona, ignorance, disease, aml tada all conapire against the unborn." [COMMVaiOATBO. MBATINO CAM. It is Bugajeated in a spirit of friend lineaa for tbe W., A. A Mt, Vernon Kailway thal a little hot air or some other kind ol wanning aabatance might be fnrniahed the patroni of the road who are < ompelled 10 leave Alexan addria on ihe 6:40 and 6:68 trains in the morning. The ladies. at least. ile eerve some oonaideratkin. OoMMtmas, QGenaua atatisticiani ahoei thal tlu smaller citiea have maintained a larger percentage of growth than the larger ones. lt is in time of siulden tntshap 01 cident that Chainberlain's l.iiiinient can be relled upon to take the place of tHe family doctor. who cannot alwayi be found at tha tnoment Then it is that Chamherlain's Liniment is nevet found wanting, In cneee ol aprains, mi-. aoundsandbraiaea Charnberlain'i Liniment take- oal tha aoreoeeB and drivea away tbe pain. BoM by W. K. Creigbton and Rkhard Qibaon. _ Ni 11 K k i> nerein given thal the an nual meeting ofthe latockholdera r?l the WASHIN'OTON BAFE DEPOBlT COMPANY, useorpo?ted, will l>e held ai tbe offloe of the company, No. 123 south Royal Btreet, In tbecltl of Alex? andria. state or Virginia. on tbe I'TKST DAY ofNOV?_BER, 1910. at 12 o'clock m.. for the purpose ofeleetinga board ordirectorsfor tbe ensuingyear. and for the transaetion of such other b_Jneaa aa mav come properlv before said meeting. QEORGE C. HENNINO. oetltiw SecreUiry. Wedding Presents Beautifulf pieees of Fumiture, Cut Glass and] handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. SaieofCharming New Princess Dresses. Ladies' all-wool French Serge Princess Dresses, in navy and black, lace yokes, braid trimming, at ?12.98. Ladies' Satin Messaline Princess Dresses, Persian satin trimming, lace yokes, in navy and black at $16.98. Ladies' Black Taffeta Princess Dresses lace yoke braid trimming at $15.98. Ladies' Black Voile Princess Dresses, lace yoke satin trimming at $15.98. | Children's and Hisses' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompson Dresses [braid trimming with emblem on sleeve. 6 to 14 years at 5.98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. An 8-room House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch, At Braddock Station. This house has modern plumbing. fine closets. largc bathroom and pantry electric litfhts. city water. iron fence with concrete columna. concrete cellar.larjc windows on all sides. snd everythin? a person could want in a perfect suburban home. Easy Terms. Discount for Cash. See Geo. M. Reynolds. near Braddock station or let me know when it will auit you to jfo. and I will take you to see this house. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try aome of our tine Imported Winea and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., I AM OFFKBXNQ WOB. BAIaE KXTRA FAN( V BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I guarantee every pound to give satls faction. Fresh aml Snioked Meats, Groccries and Farm I'roducts of all kinda. Telephone orders given prompt attention. Free delivory. F. C. PULLIN, Corner Queen au.l Beyaj streets. i 'Phone, Bell.WL.iBome S7W, Jyi5iy School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, a large line to solect from. Bring us your list and we will fill same at loweet pricea. A fine lot of second-hand books nows on kand. SP,Dyson&Bro, BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Next to Opera Houae. California Soft Shell Walnuts G.Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITT'S Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe lierring. 50 Barrelsfl 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. BUILDING MATERIAL8 [K8TABLI8H?D 1922.] Henry K. Field & Co., Sttoeeeeon to JOSJAB ll. l>. smoot. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KINDs. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. oifice aad Yard 115N. Union street. ftetory Xo. 111 N. I.;e street. MateriaI Delirered PRXEln the city. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. _CornerG?aterea aud Royal streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchants and deelon _ ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. liave on hand Olbaon'a xx. xxx. XX XX and Pure Old Rye, Old Oabinet ind Monog-i?n Whlaklea; alao Baker'a kod Thompaon'a Pure R) e Whlakk whleh they invite the attention of the trade. Ordera from the country for meretu?? di-e shall re. eive prompt attention. Conalfnmenta of Flour. Qmla and Country Produee aollclted, for whieh thev _?jrantee the bhrheat market prices and p'romp returnst Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyiprp sia, Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Pbysicians endorse it and tes tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Coiuinercc KtreeJ WHOLESALE W RETAIL GROCERc and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Countrv product- reoeived daily. Our stock ofi'lain and Fancy <; r.x-"ries cm brsccs evcrythins to be had in this line We hoid large ly in UnitedStatea bond ed warehouse and carry in atoek various brands of the Ix'^t PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have also in store superiorgrades of Foreign and American WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. Vc Satisfaction Guaranteec as to Price and Quality. 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 absolutu safety and satisfaction. OFFIC RS Judge C. E. Nieol, Presidenv. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Detaiiscare 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. Cottage Park ADJOIIMING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCK STATION City Water?Electric Lights?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. j IIIVij EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. BBfSB tf ICE Mutual ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country Orders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata blejclear as crystal. | OFFICK Cameron and Union streets, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51.. jVlMf H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS opfick am) storks: I1V117 n. royal st. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul tural Implementi.VehicIc?,Harne?s. Field and Garden Sceds. wAiti:iii)i sk>, aotrra traioa aranr, on i.im: ni sorrnKitN iiaii.way. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Miil Feed Will always keep in stock the highest grade of these articles. Kly's (ream Balm has been tried and not found waiitinj; in thousands or homea all over the country. It has won*|.la. .? in the I'amilv inedi.inecloset among llie relkii.le boueeaotd rome<HBa where it Ia keptat hand for use In treattog eoM la the bead just sa soon aa some me?ber ot the household beglna tbe prellmfnarj i snee/.inj: or snuflling. lt BTVefl mune diato relief and a day or two's treatment | will puta stop to a cold which might, il not checked, becoma shronic aud run intoja bad case of catarrb. ^3 _? FOUNDERS AM) MACHINISTS J.& H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and MachinistV Supplie*. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. tfc. Blacksmithing ?? Repairing Promptly Executed. Aiexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gasoline Engines. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We aolicit your ordcr* on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phon 53. WASHINC* JN OFFICE: 514 Evana Buildi ,. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldg. The companies repreeented iii thia omee liave aaaBta of over $100,000,000. Among others are: Hartford Fire Inaurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globe. ALtm Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Sprmgncld Fire tf Marine. 1 roinptatuntiou given toadjustment oriosscsandall matters conneeted witb nsurancc. Your timgh annoy* you. Keep on hacking and tearing the delicate meni braaMB et your throat if you want to be annoytd. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy. Sold by \V. F. Creightou and Richard Gibson.