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RDAY KVLXIKO, OCT. 29 LOCAL MATTERS. Sun snd Tide Table. y in riaea tonao?iowataiMa.m. andaaU m 3 p, m. Blgta watorataaw a. in. and fl-j i> III. Weather Probabilities. I'oe thi> aeeUoa Pair tonlgbt witb tem pe. vtnre bear rreczing. Sunday l'air tcn>)-erature;moderate norlh riv winils. beeomlng varlable Buav m CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY. < _isn ( ?< i: ii Rev. \\ va. J. Morton, ,. r. Sunday sehool at 9.?a m. Ser :.t ii ;t ih and 7*80 p. ni. by tb* I'aii. s i m Ri H Rev. I*. I'. Phll ? ;.,i- Sen iees at ll a, m.aud 730 p in. hv tlie rector. i, iACE < in r) ii i: "i',,n" t?r rector. n?ii\ eoinmuiilonal (Jtia. rn -fondai school al n Dt ">? Nervlcea at ii a. m. and ./:?> i* m. by tbe rector. I-ihas* ia I.imi! kar < in rob Sun a.m N<> M-rx iees. flrr. MaRY'R CHURCH I-n-t :u:i-- at . a. ,,, >., non at 10.30a. m. Vea Mi ai i p. ni. 9 ,M, Pl-KUUT IIIII X\ CHURCH KeX. J. : . Sovler, paator. Sunday NpIiooI 5?.90 ?i. in. Service* at il a. ni. and 7::*o p. m. by Dr. ii. 1>. Sirieker. Fii?i B \rnm Chi u< h H Wataon. Sdnday School at !>.30. I'-eaa-h ing at 11 a. in- and 3?0 p )"? by tha ?asr.or. ,, ... .. N,..,,. , '. . Chi ri b Rev. u ? i Lankford. Sundai Sehool :?i :*. i> ;,. m. und pr-i-'iin: 7 ... p. m. Tkimi*. Mi ''? ??'?- ? "* 1:' ?' K'v A W. KudlnUI. l>- " -sai.l*atli school at inic at ii ??. m. by Rev. Imwelt. I>ix isi ?n Siiperintendent, and7.30j?. i" hy tho naator. Epwortb L?Xua-f'OO p. ni gj?? ? I \i r < rn 'ten Kev.W ._.PolsaI. Sunday Behool al 9.30 a. na. Bervicea at ll a. in". and 7.30 o. m. Meth Ki-i- Church South Kev. ll. M C_iter pa*tor.9.30a. m.Sunday school. .,..s,-,t ll a. in. and "*30p. m. bythe -. Epwortb League oii I rntay eveutngatfflO o'clock. ii. i?bot. < in ie ii Rev. J. *t Holmoft, D. I). Sundaj achool at'J.SDa. in Service-- al ll a. in. and 7?i p. na. bj )*-v. .1. M. ilolines. if i i Mi tuodiai < iiuas u- l^ee street n.'..- Wilkes Rev.John (fevanaugh. Ser , i ...^;it 11 a, ni . 2 Oand 7.30 i>. m. \ ILLAOECHAPI " eellSoi iii nibbon street near Ufred Sunday ?ehool at 2.15 p. m. ' l,i i K\y? ii xi-i.i M E. Church South Sunday school al 2. Preachlng at n a in. Bptrorth League at s p. m. in Rat Baftwt Church Preachlng ?it : ?) p. ru. Uaxiio ? k cu xi-::i. Servlees :it 1 p. iii. hv ReV. W. J. Morton. 'Ai,*n Rou? Servlees at 3 n, m. ML?on?Corner Fairfax and Krank lin ?treets Servlees nt M p. m. KOBBRTSI HAPKL, M. E. CHURCH e,,l redi -Sunday schoolal f?.30a. m. Prcach u a. m. and -.oop. m. Kpworth Mi u>r i ii xi-i:i Sunday achool at3.su p.'lll ,ivi.es;lt 5 p. III. Libertv n.u'iiM Church (colored) north Alfred street ReV. \V. H- John son. paator. Sabbath school '?'??> a. m. gervloes at n a. in. and - p. m. WOMAN'S AUXILIARY. Jbe annual meeting ol the Virginia ?jralich of the Woman's Auxiliary to the h *ard of miasions, uiih its junior departn.onl, will be beld in Chrial Church. nexl Wedneaday and rhura day November2odand 3rd. Theopetv iogexercisea will begin witb tbe Quiel Hour," on Tm-sday November 1, al s O'dock, condiicted hy the Bt, Bai I S Lloyd whoee new dntleB will prevent hia attendance, exoepl at this on< vice To tie-. aa to all the meettngs or thc auxiliary, a cordial invitation is ?xtanded to tboae intereated in mi *?>' work n i i n The busineaa aeaaioni will be new Wedneaday aud Thursday. An inter esting programme is arranged, With such attrat?ona as addreaaea, from Bishop Rowe, of Alaska; Bishop Km aolving. of Braxil, and poaaibly Bishop Brent, of the Philippini There Will also be beard the Blory o! mieaiooary work. undertaken in tidflwater and moiiutain distri.-ts of Virginia. The "Juniore," Mra. Boberl Barten, Becretary, will held their annual meet ing in Ohrifll Chtitch, Wednes lay the 2nd,at 18:18 o'clock with an attractive proframmfl. A full notice will be given on Wednesday. witb tlu* list of dele? gatea, reprcseuting 86 pai?bee,at work iu th" diooeae. Again al! InU reflted in "woman's work" for the uplifting of tho world. arfl iuvittnl lo attend the-e nieotlrigs____^_ PROPOSED M0T0R ROAD, A mo or road between Bichmond and Wtebington may aoon bo a faot The p v?rnond CJbamberof Commercecom Ri -V ou BOch matters held a meeting mlU" 'V, tO discues |?laiis. An auto ''?? -hwav between the cWea was mobtle hi;. ,, ,i|1|(. ..,?,,. bul this is the propoaed aon. ^lha| ,imt. After go lirst action sim _ ?? a general way. ing over the tnatt* .m.u.ti Secretary the oomniittefl tnat< . wi(i, (|?, M1. Dunlop t-> comiuuiiicate ^,,^1, uhich pervisors of the counties th. iy, ;i vjow the proposed route will lie, vx :r)U (1I| of obtaioing tho best informau \^IS tbo aborteat and beet route, Uem. of Um committee, moat ol whom bav, anade Ihe trip by auto, nnite in the opinion that the beal route is by way of Stau'.it.rn, de.spite the fact that it is a two day Irjp. The route through Fre-1 ?arlckslimv and Alexandria, seemed also to be farored. lt b expected the DOW road \xill run parallel to the track of tha Richmond, Fredoricksburg and IV toniae BatlrO ld, Another meetiug will b? oaiie.l iafloonai tbfl Morotary has gatherod tbfl aacflaaary Infonnotion, *"hauowe'en, Hallowe'en, survival of tbe fustival olAU ^aints, wiU ho givncutlly eojfl brated uext Monday night. rai yo-ina-iters will lmp?r?)t?t? Impl WW Ire popula.ly wppofled tobe gbroil on uischicf bent on this night of BUperBtl* ion Ho long *< lW? Pf00^ do,not Lu'ltlu deHruction of pr?rrty, ibe.r iSuwiU not bfl tawrttpted. DucWji .uple-iin atuh. Iktllih'og o iaok Slanternfl, ft?d tbe CWCkingOl hutl U ?,.S?nre told around the tires.de are K to iatic pMtime;. UngUi.?,ng niaidetis with faithin lov-charms be neretl.atb>walki.igdow'i>...rsback* orardat midnight, tholacool tlie fu kmVl.uflbaod will appear ? ? "?"ror thty hold aloft. mi APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE. A large and ftr.preciative andun. vrltnessed an eace lent show at the New Opera Hooae laat mght. ihe diffci^nt characters as advertised were at their best and men ?ipplauded every time they put in an appearalofl. ^?' night ia the last night of the presert vaudevnie perh'rmers io this city aod if one wishes 10 fl?joy an ewning's piaasiHC tonighl-i lb? Rigbt. THE REINICKER LECTURES. Tho course of Reinieker ! deliversd at tbe Episcopal Theological Si.ninarv near this city durmg week by the Bt Ber. Joaeph B ' hire, J). 1)., ol North Oarolina. waa ol uni.si.al intere.-t. The Buhject of he lectures, as already aniiouneed in the Qaxette, was the Proteetant Kpiso-pal Chureh in the C.mfe.lerateMate,. Tbe tirst lecture dealt with the relat.on of IbeaoutberodiooeaM t,. the Confe.-r aea Th- Episcopal cburchftfl tha la'^axedance with thepnneiphj beld at the time <?' <''*' BevoJution, tbe ?eferance Of the Confederate States from the United States, and the e-tab liabment <>r an indepeiident fOVern mBDt involved the indepeodence of tbfl chureh rJ an organuattoii, and as tbe aeveral atalea aeceded the Epiacopal bishops and clergy took incasures. al aoon as possible. for the organi/atioii of the BptaOOpal church in the Confed? erate states. The leading bishops at that time were Dishops Atkinson, of North Oarolina; Elliott, of Geergia; Davis, of South Carolina. and l'olk. of Louisia.ci; Bishop Meade, of Virgmia, being tooinflrra by reaaon of age to take any aetive part iu the prelinunary conference, and hi- death oocurring in March, 1868. 'ihe only General Coun ,-il of.iiechiir.li was held in 1868 and at tbat meeting iinportant losme.-s was aeeeropliabed. Tbelafislatioa was un portaOt especinlly in its wide olitlook an l suggesUoni with refeVence to proh lonu wb5ci have co. before the united church in later years. The provincial system was advocated and approyed aud a ehange of name ? u augajeated for tbe church from Protea? tant Epiacopal to 'Beformed Oatholic.' This motion did DOt pass, though ad voeated with great alality hy Biabop Atkinaon. The only ehange made in tlie prayer hook was in the prayer for the pre_denl <>f the I'mted States. cbanged, of course, to tho president of tho Confederate states in the morning .?md evening services. The United states was m>t cbanged elaewhere, foi exampleiu the form of prayersto be uaed at sea. The ih-et of the United states was still retainod in ihe apecial prayer. The postoral letter issued by tbe General Council was noted for its noble dignity, its ipiritual power aml us christian charity. There was nol .me barsh expreeaion uled against the governmenl of the United 8tatei or the questions involved in the civil war. Bishop Cheshire touched all hearta in recounting the last interview of General Lee with Biabop Moade as the latter lay on his deathbed, and in one of ihe noblesl paaaagea in the lectures be yin dicated the course of Biahop l'olk, "the warrior Ihshop of Loiii.-iana." in tak? ing up arms for his country. The care of the Episcopal Church in the Confede? rate itatea for the religioui life of the army waseloquenllydepicted in Bishop Cheshire' s lasl lecturo. Among the many beroea and sell denying chap lains, Kev. Mr. Q lintard, afterwarda bishop of Telitusse. , OCCUpiod au hoii ored pla. e, These lectures are a valuable COUtn hution to tho reHgious hiatory of the Confederacy, and many will he gfad to know that Biahop cheshire expe publish them with additioaal cbapten at an eariy date. All who he.ird them expreeaed their higbapprecial4on of the oourae. A DELIGHTFUL RECEPTION. I i-t mght the membera aml frieiids uf th.- Bi coiid Preabyterian cburch were tendered a.i enjoyable reception hy the Weetminater Leegue. The lecture room wai beeulifully decorated with palma, ferna and autumo leavea. The guests were wclcomed by Mr. W. II. Melchior, president of thfl league, and -iM-nt Bometime in aocial intercourae. The tirst oumber on tho Uiformal pro? gramme was a solo by Mr. Kenneth ogden. Then Mrs. l>avid Graham rendered a aeleotioa on the piano. After this ftfiaa Lucy Gravcs sang. and Mrs. A. T. Hanson of Washington recited. Mi . Hanson was formerly a memher of the Second Chuieh nnd was given a hearty wel? come by her many frietids. Thecntire evening' was greatly enjoyed by the large number present. DEATH OFMRS. FENDALL MARBURY Mrs. Sally Clagett Marhury, 76 yeara old. for many years a resident of Crooma, PrinceGeorge'acounty, Md., died atthe home of her son,i>r. Cbarlffl 0. M irbury, in Washington, last night, of diahetes. Mrs. Maiiuuy had been in failing health for a nimiber of y.ai-. but her ailment was not considcred dangerous at this tnne. Mis. Marhury was the widow of Fen? dall Marhury, and was w.-ll known in this city. She rcsided with her son Charles. a physician, in Washington. She leavea three sons?Charles C. Mar? hury. of Washington, Wiliiam L. Mar? hury, the Baltimore attorney,and Mar? shall Marhury, of 1'pper Marlboro.Md. "ARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS. . "-aaiili Butcher and Ray Berry were 4. last night by Special Offioer :l!'1"'' '<_rged with trespassing In the "UIIW' "-oad yards. They had the 1VV-'lua^r' ';u'euf carrying concealed ?**?**?!% a'ainst them. Tne weapons urgedll?? fe prisoiicrs weie I.rouglu , house ... th's city ?_L.*JJJ AV* turned over tc the autbontie^Of Akx amliia county. DR, STRICKLER f0 PREACH TO MORROW. The coming of Dr, a B, Strkkler lo tbis city is aa event of umisual inter? est. liis positiim among theoio?iaris iinniuue. behci.ijrbothadeepthiuker ^.dacleariUHllncidsi.cnker 1k-has the gift of meWnf, th? uArkcet ? dear and aiitiple). H* ?r?1 d?uh.ie-s irdby large congregatu'ns atthe U and 7i80 b'dock afrVN* al tbe Second Prrahytcrinn Church tomorrow. COOL WEATHER, Th, weather was cold last night. and at an eariy bour ibis morning the mercury in |hj thcrmometer was near ihofortymarw. Frofl wai vis.blo and in somenearby places thin fceforned. The weather bureau atmounoes riswg temperature by tomorrow. PROPOSED NEW FERRY. The cominittee io charge of the ar rangemeota for re flatabliahini tbe ferry service between Alexandria and Washington report that a boat will in all probability be piaced upon tbo line aometime during tha first half M the month PJ JM'eml-cr, KILLED BY AN ENGINE. About half past seven o'clock last nigbt John Sutpin, trade foreman of the Southern Kailway, discovered the body of man on the north track of that about a -piartcr of a mile west of Beminary station, awv this city. Thc body waa taken to W. H. Dcmaine ? undortaking cstabli-bmeiit in tbifl city. The rcmaius were ternhly mangled. Thc unfortunate man ap? peared to be about 80 years old. He WOr? a grey suit of clothes. B celluloid collar 15X inchos, a four in-hand ncck tie and a black derby hat. A sawsct xxas found in one of his pockcts, a bott gauge, a rule, two penknivee, a Hve ?nt piece, and a broken wbisky bottle conuiniog tbe btbel ol an Alexandria wl -onkeeper, but no papers by which the deceased could be identihed. Joatice Oeorge 0. Stuart, of Kaufax county, waa notified and be ordered a jury to bfl suromooed for ten o clock this morning. Mr. Windsor Dcmaine Bctod aa foremaa. CfaiefGooda auggeeted that tho re msioB were tboae of John T. Badd.wbo was arreated recently on Ibe charge of Btealing toobj al Bosement, and who had a few days ago linished serving B tenn in the Alexandria county jail. The county COUrtbouee was called ,,ver tbe telephone and tbe .surmi.se of Chief Goodfl was ibown 10 bfl corrcet, U Bedd had recently been hberated *u<\ bad been .seen in tbis neighborbood Thursday. The clothen wora by thc dead man were i-Icntieal wilh those in which Bedd was attired wben ho h-.'t the county jail. It was stated by one ol ihe witneeaflfl that one ol ihfl Crew >f a north bouod B K. k 1'. ''am bad reported thal h saw an engin * atrikfl B man 00 th Boutbcrn Bailway track about7 o'dod last night. The jury later returned the following veoliet. "We ihe jury, ''md tbat the aforesaid John T. Badd Came tO his death by being itruck bya norttibound Bonthoni Bailway engine on the evening of Oe? tober $8, 1910, about 7 o'clock, and tbat ihi o are no indieationa ol foul play." _ __ ? THE WATER SUPPLY. During the receiit droiight, as i.s usual at such times, a rcgetablo aubstance known as algac, fbrmed along the watei course and (n tho water company'a res ervoira and of courae found ita way into tbe city maina. Some complaint was made at the offlce of thc c -mpany. and tbough tlie officera knew that the oatei had not been made deletcrioua, yet on Mond iv they ro itieated a druggist of the city toaend a eample oi the water te Richmond for'analysis. Today the fol owing rcplj was received: [_boratoryofDR.Wi-.UM H.Tavi.ou, Richmond, Va.. Oet 28, 1910. The Alexandria Water Cympany: i lemen: I eni lose tbe reaulta of my sanitary caaraination ofthe aample of wnter received from you. The bI buminoid ammonia is rather high, a eondition due lo some alight admixture of vig-table matter. Th- water ii markedly opakscent, wbkh cauaes i' to appear eomewhal unaightly.but which does not impair itfl -anitary qualitiee. The aample is nol ? bad . but i! is not <|iiitc as good BI several others I have cxamiiied for you. Very truly jroors, Wm. II. Taylor, Chemiat. Accompanyiog tbe letter ia a tabubtt peu ol the wai t with this note: "These r?ulta indicate that thia umple is aaatiafactory drinking water." PF.RSONAL. Mr. JohO Moriarly COOtiouflfl ctiti cally ill of typhoid fever at the Alexan? dria Hospital. Mr, andj Mrs. Abram Smyth have returned to Alexandria where they will reaide. Mr. 0. M. Covillier, of this < ity, who has been employed iu the Pana? rna Canal Zone. was expected tO ar? rive in New Vork, loday. Mrs. J). ,1. QatOWOOd and tlie Misses Otucwood, wife and daughters of Medi? cal Dirflctor Gatflwocd, r. B, H.j who have been abroad for tbfl lust year, have returned to Washington. Mr. and Mrs.. D. M. LOW h??fl re? turned from their bridal trip. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Boofb, of Alexandria, Will arrive on Saturday to apend the week-eud with Mr. and Mrs. Jefl'ry Montague, 106 north Linden street.--[ Richmond News I.ettder. Mrs lb iseliui Smith. who has been living in the west for some, time bai returned to thia city and is a guest at the reudciice of Mr. Q. \V. Kam.say. Miss Effifl ClapdOTfl has returned from a two months'visit to North Caro lina, Norfclk, Hampton and Old Point. TRAINING ship departs. Thc Argentino naval training ship Presidentc Sarmiento, which had been at Washington since last Sunday, left about noon today for Norfolk. She pas-cd this city at 12:80 o'clock. After taking on coal at Norfolk the ship will sail for Portland, England, omitting the visit to Baltimore, which was in cluded in tlie origiual itinerary. Ca dets and ollicers have been the eenter of a round of gayety since airiving in the capital, and enjoyed themselves. Finalsightseeing tours yesterday morn? ing included a visit to thc Bureau of Anierican Rcpublics, where the marble of San Martin, the national hero of Argcntina, was an object of interest. SPECUt EVANGEL1STIC SEBVICES. Rcv. JohnK. Briggs, of Wftshington, wiio is to aasist Kev, W. ?. Watton in tbfl evangelistic MtrioN at the First BftptiH Cnurcb, comnicncing tomorrow, will have ?ti? opening ncrvicc for ihe iy school chlldran of tlie city at 8 p BI, Hii IU ? ?'! to'viop.-w P.ftcriK'Oh will bfl "SofflfJ He* Things." Kvery. body ii welcome. ENTERTAINMENT. The imisical entertainment given at l.re Camp Hall last night by the What lt, King's Daughter-. was well attended and proved to be a mo-t enjoyable afiair. All who took part acquitted themselves most cmlitably. un| Besaae IvtatleOa Parb . i m tlu result ol her fall in an aeroplane at Rbelros three months ngo. will reslimo her BY?ting ??'?: as soon as she is able to manlpulate ai_-?MM- Tbe baroneas, known . gportwoman in fcurope. ls un daunted by h**r narrow escape of deatb, md declared today that sbe expected to ,. inois wond-jrml tllphts than l^fgrfl wlihln the ot*t I rooatbs, i Washington, D. C. $10 NEW SKIRTS FOR $6.75 Thr. isipiitea temlenev toward ihe return ofthe popularity ofthe lailiire.l -kirt. Have you a nicoone to wear with tho new blouses? ? are excellenl valuea. Beparate skirts _reblflba naaamaa, voUea, Preaeh Serges nnd manuish mixtiires. embroldery and silk trimmed Heaied aml rored stj I- ln tbe new uarroM elteets.-Second Floor. MORE P1N MONEY the ladies will have if they buy their footwcir for themaelvea and the family >. at Katz's. You will not ?ave money on your purchase but your boy'a and firl's shoes will wear twice as loatf when they are made from superior leather, well made and comfortable to the feet. Our stock of ladies' shoes ia an art exh.bition in their beauty of outlinc and exquiaite finish and general cxccl lence. When you nccd new footwear examine the beautiful stock of shoes at the store of A.KATZ,4S* LOCAL BREVITIES. The Circuit Court for thfl Coimfy ad? journed yeaterday till Novemher .'th. After a meeting last night ofPotomao Lndge ol Odd Fellows a imoker waa held. The Bchoooer Maud, loadi d with lumber by w. A. Smoot & Oo.', has -ailed forMondaj '? Ppiol. Kred D. Stuart Fiicimpimiil of Odd Rallowa of Washington will piy a fraternal vi-it to Marley F.:iear.ipmcnt of tbis city on Novemher 1 1. The special services that bave been held iu the Southern Methodist Church for the last two weeks will ClOSfl tomor? row ni-lit. In the CorporationCourl on Monday the caaa ol H. 0. Corl* Wm. Rogers will come up. This i- ?? ?"" f"' ihe eoforcement ol an agn Dntenl 11 tell a farm. Erneal HcBride, colored, was I Lbe Police Courl thia nn rnhig to answei tlie charge ol di*orde,r1) du.! and a-aull, Ile wa-' lin This aras tl.nly ea w on llie docket. There were no aperial fcatu DOtfl in the rnarle! ibil morninz. The tupply, while m ???"", equal to th.- .1 m ind. Somo country peopli ?:?. Cha 'f tho iirm Ol Machen A ' tln' w.-. k by ludge I. II. i - commsaaiom ' ! Ale.vm dri t county. Ur. - ^r John Gibaon, ol Falls Cburcb, who re ligoed, A meeting of tbe Hoiy N ime Society ,,f st. Mary'i Churcli will he held al the Young Men's Bodality I.yceuni bidl tomorrow afternoon at 8 o'eloek when arraogemcnti will be randd pro paratory for the parade to bo beld in Washington, on Bunday, Notenbei aixtb, lm you kooa whal will happetl to you. my frieud, ii you centlaue to eat cheap, deleterinii- food that has notbing to dlB tingulsh It nutslde of Ita ebeapneaa and ooaraeneaa? You will detartata! Whieh means that vou vlll slip haekward ln Bteadofgolog fbrward. Prlend, tjpone oftba "come-backs." Don't wall nntll its too late and then flnd that you *oan t oome-baek." Btartaowl Bal theaa Ip resiatlbly delleloua fcutb Sauaagas, I'ud dlngsand Food Products at Blondn, Auth Btand and Market and pu li to the fore! See ourlargead on tbis puge. PRIZES AWARDED TONIGHT. The largest. CfOa 1 Of thfl Week W. ? present at the Ki ghta of Pythias Bazar last night. N arly every candidate runoingtbr ihevsrious prizea was on band with his frioraK eacb determin ed to out do the other in polling yotes. Tbegreatcsi inlereal is eentered in the lady's gold ring, Red -Men's ring and tbe mirror. Tbe friends ol Mr. V. A Bytram, who ia ruooiof foi I. 0. K M. ring, are working hard for his suc cess. Tlie ptdb will close at lt) o'c-Iock tonight. Tho uolform rank of Wash? ington will bfl present this evening. The vote - Ladii g il ring?Mrt. Tho*. J. Travers, 3?; Misi Sadie Basliu, 7; Miss IK-leii Oomparet, 5. I. 0. i!. M. ring-Wm. May, 10; Franci* Downbira, 10; P. A. Bynum. .ii. Mirror-Mrs. Thos h.twson, 18;Mrs. Joaapbioe Jenkins, 10; fcftaa Flossle Yates, 10| Mi-"-- Lena Davis, a*. Mandolin- Jeroma Sluftnin, ->; Hugo Herfurtli, .*; J..L Ha'.ey. 11 I. 0, (V F. pin?Gco. W. Bont2, jr., 12; Vanco l'eelc, 5. PROPERTY SALES, Mr. 8. H. Lunt today ?o!d for Mr. Leo P, Harlow, trtt-tee, tho Iidujo and lot No. l,i)ll Duke street to Mr. 5. 8. Greenaway for $1,800. Krfi Kit-n Bi Ihrley has sold to .?o, Artlmr rlftrriaofl a hnusc and lol on tl.e weit side of Patrick street between Pi-ndleton nnd Wjthc. Capt. F, L. Slnymaker has sold for Mrs. I. P. Foree to Mr. Herbert W. Harrison the house and lot on thfl north side of V'olfe strr.t. between! Pitt and St. k OVfl-il I* AI.L s-TYI.I>. tlllf K ES Ot fOAtT, lAMlHclI-P always on sale;a( 9PI~K*'* CAFC. P'lnceand floyal strfvtfl. ?-_r3_c?:?-__= Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advarce at lowest summer prices. V prompt delivery u_ yttm PhoneM. DaW. AlICUEpcy, iy-7to..u? Koyal aUfit. I '*r l t'oit ?BMT. BECOND STtiKV FttoNT ItUOM FTJRNI8HED. Ilefereaaea exchangod. oet? ?? No i\}. Bonth Pitt Street FIb ?<?? two aobo, sound HORSES. Caubeaeen at D_laaa'a liverv slablca, on norlli 1*1 tt stroet, (M*t? 3t NOTICE. The annual meeiliie ofthe ?n?jaholdevaofth?AL_CAWDRIA WATER COMPANY will be held at 10 o'clock a. in.,00 MONDAY, N'ovemher T. 1910. OCtaStJ OKOIUIKI/HLKR, Hec'y. D~KSIIIA11LH ROOMS AND GOOD TABLE IIOAIU) at (*I Queon street. octltf TOTICE TMSTATK TAXPA ! KR8.? N J am now prepared to reeelvo the state taxes lor Ihe year 1910, The atton Hoa oftazpayera larespoet fulIy ealladt t he Importanee of nay ag the same prior -,u Decernber l, 1910, aa oa thatdatoa penalty offlva per cent will ho added to :ill iinpaid hills, and thoir collection en foreea as requlred l?y laxv. 1 llo.MAS W. ItoitlNSOX. iH-t.i eotd city Ti?iurer. N' P PBOP08AIA__ Kol'OSAUS, Proposal* ?ill i><> re? ceived Ulltil I- o eloek OOOn, W'ed oesday, OctoberSBth, Ituo, at fho otBoo oftbeCIti Kiiglneer-loraaeoplag King street and otlo-r x Hill.e I l.ii.-!. s-piarc* oaSatui?ij night botwvco tlio hours ol 11 p. m. Sat'ni-lay Blldfla Ul. Stl?lnj lor Ihe tcrill ulolie X i-.ir. Seliedilie. i-uiidi ?i.insaii.l ,-??? Ifl ?tlOUfl ran ho had from ihe City l-:n?iin.-er. i:. S. LEADBEATER, i ii iirman Committee on Btrc-aia The date f ot prODOBtjll has beenexteuded to Wedneaday, N'ovoaa l.er 1. OJtlfl td w ANTED. Voung inea t<? prepare I'ni ? ;?-? titl oi ifl i aiiiouioiiiio repalr nii-ii. Bbaufluura, aa|eamea. Wo make ?rou expert In ten weeks by mail: assist you to good poaitlon. I'ay hh.'. demand ?ii great, I'reo moJel ol' autoino hlla willi course. Sample h-ssoii and Miii.-ulars frae. Wrile today; torins reaaonabte, Kmplru Automobile Iu stitllte. l'.o.lu-sler, N. Y. (K*'.::U? MEATS MEATd ? lll-U rceeix'i'd ten J.amh-i fYtilil the (lay field Stook Pmrra which wa will sell at Itc and I5e per pound, Kight Drossed I'alvtM at l'-e. ISe and '10c per pound. Tonderloln Roaat Deofi;*) per pound, sluirt Itib ('iu*- l?J'' l'cr pound. A larg" |ot of PrOM Pork lTams, home killed, which xruare M-llingat llielowa?t prices. BtrteUy 1'ivhIi Country rlgga today at Do pei- doaen. THK ?. st llt'LER b_KFCO., cp Toa n Market Window Shades Made to order an I guarnnteod to work BBt?hetorlly. Voureurtnin trouble stops when we maku your uliade-s. l^iee Ctu tains, PiirtiereH, Comforts and lilaukets. Cash or easy paynieuUs. II. _ WKIIB, oetSSSt Wl King Street. A Good Meal It ii a eoticaafcie fast that beer fa bteominrf mor* *nd tnors eam taonly uird ai i meal time b.ver ife ind partieulsrly ifl the home. Thera are laversl food raeroni for this: lt "flti lo'1 well with solid foodi. Il ii a food ippattxar. It helps difestioa. Many drink it in plaee of coffea. bacausa they nnd tha lattcr injurious to tkem. Is a light bfew with a fuii. rich flavor that finds tfrest favor sf S tabla beverage. The IptftWd Ptoi* uct ii most convsniehr for horas use. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA, VA 'Phone No. 49-B ?_? ?' I!' '- W W SANDERS & STAY _\N CO. 1327 F Street, N. W., Washington. 612 King Street Big Cut Price in Popular Shee Music 10c Copy. for any of the following. Rag Uag (book coutaliting 9 latest Et< r-^'si. s Play That B.irhe,r Shop Cliord. Chantleleer Kag. Obiekea ReeL ! Dix'.c Uelt (uew and good). ; Cava'ier Kustlcan llag. < Mflf .Tones. Cutey. Who Tied Your Ile f Think It Over, Mary. : That Droamy Itallau Wall/. ! You're c.wiiie la Oet Somethleg You Don't Kxpeet. Tbat MesmorUlng Meu.lolssohn Tuae. ThatLovlngSotil Kiss. I'er Veeking Moon. Moon. y Dear. , Uttle Olrl, Ar. ? . It. ? Ui.-uiis. Iih'm Anyl?ody'K Olrl. 1'iu Just 1'iuliiK' for You. Oardaa of Roflea Iu All My Dreams, Ar lake Me Witli You. i ute> . Wben a Boy From old S II ii Olrl l-'ront Tenn. Aiiieu. Beloved, Adieu. ?top, Sl..|.. Slop: storm Cloud. l.o\e, Hilver Boll <s?n_ and piano solo Ia Dear Old Tenn. All That I Ask I? Love. IIouolulu Kag. Winter (new song;. Valo of Dreams. Meet Me Tonight in Droamlaiid. Bwoet Ked Roses. That Funny Kap. Dancing Starllghl (BflW Indian song). TliMUIiin Bag. My I.ov?> Is (jroator than tho Worltl. III I.end You Evorjrthlng IveOot. You Can't Jolly Molly Any More. That Puaay lia_. JT_ Call Me DpBonc llainy AltHrnoon. and hundrcds of others, which aro on our po-iuhr OQanter; also special prices on following: Princeton Triangle Score, 50c. Famous Ccmpositioas, 40c. The Most Popular Ed.ttoa of Foliw, 50c each. Teacben will lind our stock of standard works oho of the most Oompletfl in thfl U. ?., and our prioea as low as thoso of any other dealer. Wo also B?rry a complete stock of b'jtb tho Century aud IfcKioley 10c Editioa. Cstalogues furmshed on request. If thero is anything you want ia the music lino and cannot get in for it, deop Ul a postal or telep.iono and w<3 will gladly deliver it. SPECIAL TODAY--One beautiful Mahogany Upright Piano, nearly new, $150.00 EASY TERMS IF DESIREB. OPEN TONItiHT. SANDERS & STAYMAN CO. l_??_*. lor you or your friends If you were born ln October. It isthostone of hope. It is a gei; tlfl reminder to always look on the hright side of Ihinga -to bopa lor tl.i best. "Ootober'a ebtld is born of Woe And all lifc'sdarkness ihemuat kno^i Uut Imv nn OpaJ on her breaal And Uopfl will Inll Ihe woe to rest.' You'll find Opals here thal dowr wocs and Iroublci in their wondrboi baauty. And the prices are low. C'omo in and h t us show you the opals and prices. Saunders & Son 629 King Street ~-**imaaiB-r*-.?'? Bargains .FOR. ThisWeek Austrian China Dinner ware, lOOploees t8t$SX WOlthft&Oo, 41 (Mfloe DlnnerSot oftJnlna, mOt\ aewp.ao. Japanese Ware. Cbofletate8eta,ft0i;Sa_dBpwla_flaaaad He; Plates,_o; Pooted Bon Uoni:!'>.-; Cup and Sauoors, i'rf>, Sugar an.l Craamsra, aje; Tea rot.s,-wo. Japanese Vases. This line Is imported direet from Janan and lt is onu of tho haudsomc-st ever shown in this city. We lnvlte your In? spection. Tho prices range from $_.50 to to|4.26s?ch. Our 10c Japanese Line. In our wlndow dlsplay we show tue ohcapest 10c line of Japanoso ware ever offered In this olty, comprlsing Halr Re oelvcrs, Tray>(, Cup and Saucers.Saltand Peppeni, Pufflloxes, 1'latos and Footed Ik>n Bons. R. E. KNIGHT, Uookscllcrand Statlonor, 6_i-c?-C25 King Street, _ep_ lyr JLW.OH?1,IP.. J.1. -IBfSBMl ... .W'?. Ihe Finest of Bverythinf. Strictly New Driined Cltron, Ortntf* snd Lemon Pc?i, Raiiiflii Currtnu, Pifi, Datea, Prunei. Shcllsd Peaans, Walnuts and Almondi. Extra Larfe Brtail Nuts. Wslnuti aod Alnsondr, Cor. Cameron and Pitt dtrftet*. BOTH PHONEfl, i ia i ? i nn ?? AmftT9TTtATtm*n*/ tytrcE ? persons having clalin. againxt the estate ofMAHV T. MOORE. deceasod. are rC<|ue?tcd to preaent tho same, prop erly atithentl? ted. to the undcrsljrned. and all persons indebted to said estate are rer-uired to roakfl Imhiediate pay mrnt. K. H. COX, Mergeant Admr. of Mary T. Mo-.irc,dec'd octa-t lot ^ it i ^jp ADMINISTRATOICSNO HCE-AI persons having claims agniust the estate of JOSEPH PREIFUS. doceased. are requestcd to present the same, prop erly authentlcated, to tbo undcrslgned, aaa all persons Indebted to said estat> are reftuired to make _iqiedlate pay ??ent. P- tl.OjX. flarjf?n t Admr, of Jbsepb-U-'cifus, deoU tWfctfWt I 1 _ of ^Alexandria, Virginia CA PITAL, $ 100,000. SURPLUS, $ 12 5.000 Patrons of our Savings De? partment will please present their pass books for th~ mtry of inter? est to October 1,1910, therein. _____ f II J IIUIS UaUl j No. 505 King Street. V lolesale and Rctail* Univeraal bread and calce mixers, Plttshurg bread toastera, wax tapers, gas globee, mantels, gas chimneys, decorated parlor lamp glabeu, yellow mixing bow_, Old Rebecca at the well tea pots, imported decorated tea pots, celebrated Miller oil heaters, nlckel laoips, wood trays, pastry boards, ironing boards,C'.irtainstieu-! - ers, wash boards, galvanlzed tubs and buckets, lamp chimneys, wicks ill s"e .; candy jan, dinner sets, 100 piecea, 25 different styles, also in open stoci. rlbbon white enamel ware all kinds. Handsome line jardinieres and toilet 11 and 12 piecea, and other goods too numerous to _?tM9 oetS lm iy ?am, i? i DBY GOOT iF. Wood ward ft Lotf NEW YORK?WASHli-> JTON?PA-. Boys' "Quality' Clothing, K70Handaome- 8uilJ?, In ihe ne* rich ibtHflJ o? brown, gray. lan, tod blue; ln.plain eolors and bocotolng stripe* 31 ?l plaid*; ningle and double I ed conts, a-nd Xorfolk jackct stylea tor thfllittlfl MJOflp. All have litud kniok orboekors, ent e*tra long and rolt. ^iscs f> to ld, ?7.30, $$.60,19.00 to tl8,50?ob. Bpecial attention tf called (to our C ? Suits'?Milts with l?o | of Itpours Tliey are fashloned of all-wi.-"* matftriots, nnd flrfl very daslrabld for school woar; sfiowu iu browrw, grays, a- J avy blucs. nn'l In sisN 6 lo 17 Norfolk style in ihe *tnall liws. Kpfldal Prioe, $9 (>5 | For oarlyffal! ar-ar t?e are xhowrng a rr-ry MtreetiVfl liM ol Ufbt'S/aJgof MVefera anrl Russlan O'ohse f'ortli, In pJain shacle? of gray. red, lan, and I luo and fancy mixttires: ?Des 2 1-2 to 11 *W0i> |o $a%$0 ca-'li Third rtoor--10th st. Misses' and Girls' Apparel. Cloth Coats f.if School and Dress? D ? '?? --ndsingle breasted modekof stj"* liih rough and diago?iafcali|es and 1 h . ,irini**;i| mixlutes tiVOtof. . School Coat Speeial?Full-length a_a - ?i-mifltting back a:J dqoUe* breastod front. ._ade of rough twead*-~ -crviceablo clotbfl, with re Jimnel or anJi-flqlored Hniog*. For oo.' ? p?lly good tailoring and quali:. 'you usually hjiro to pay lauoh more; sia * .4. m pQQ I* OOanJ 13.7} Kacb. ItoU. *4M aud $7.50.