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nbvia VOLUME CXI.--NO. 258 ALEXANDRIA, VA., MONDAY EVENING, OCTOKER \fl, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. RAILR0AD8_ Southern Railway. Trains leave I'nion Station. Alexandria. In etfeet Oetober 2, 1910. N B ?Following sehedule figures putJ lishedonly as information, and are not ^Tir^'M-luilylocaibet-eeriWash ,n^7,VM.,,D:n!y''l.ocal.<>r!l:.rri_on bara* and way stations. . ? n | m Dally?V. 8 ?s? ? ? BtoMonlyter^wngersforpolnMsouth ohsebedui ..Flrat elaaa ,; ileeplng eara to Birmliigham rawiag room steeplng eara ta Kew orleans. Dlnlng ear serviee. 1117A M -Daily?Mailtrain. Coaehes rorMiuias._s.Cbarlottesv;'lle.Lyncbburg, Danville and Oreensboro. BuepMg ears Oreensboro toAUaata ,___?_ ii: r M -Week days?Loeal for War reaton and Barrisonburg. ,,iv Rrminaham speo in, betwe?> New ror*. ?___?-'? Alken and Jaeksonville. SlpfJper to Birmingham rhrough flrst . between Washingtoii and Jaekaonvllle. Dlnlng ear aervlee. rour i allfornlafnurjQmeBweeklr. ? p M - Week daya Loeal lor Har ri-onburx and way eBKioea on Manaasaa branch. Pullman buflet narlor air. 5:1. P. M.-D'liiy -l^oeal fbr Warren tea aad'chariottearllle. - p m Dally Waahington snd Chattanooga Llmlted via Lynohburg). and ileeplng oars to Roanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sh-^i" r !?> New Orleana, Waahington to Rinmiki' Dlnlng c*r service. ; ?.,. ].?lv N.>w York, AlantA hu i s'(Mv-i&le_n?Llmltod. All Pullman trui-, , .] bservation eara lo New ng eara to Asheville. r-leep-, ll,-. Dining e.ir serviee. - n,ii\- Memnhli apeelal. i ooaehea for Kuanoke. ] ivillo. Chattanooga and U ? ..,.;,>,.. Dlnlng car senrh-e. Waah ,rs open '."?') I M. iouth ainve lamlG^andlOdSam. l ii-,-- l'. M.dally, Itar M. week days aud 913 p M dally. Proni Charlotteavllle 938 A. M TRAIN ? ON BLl EMO-TT BRANCH. i . -. ? .texandiia W. A O. Btatlon) week davs al 8-22 \ M ,S:35and liw ror Hltiem.n! ??.:-; V. NLweok day-. foi biir" iv, V. M. dally tot Bluemont and 9.23 A. M., loeal, '>n Suadaya only mr Bluemont . , frordetalledsohedule Bgures, tieket-, Pullman reeervatlon, etc., applyto WILLIAM <?? LElII-W ? Union Tieket .cent, Alexandria. Va C H CO M'M \N <.- ?i* r:?I Manager. s. H. HARDWICK, I'a Traf. Mgr. H I" GARY, General Paanenger Ageat L. 8. Brown, Oeneral .cent Waahington, D. C. Washington Southern Ry. afctfa in efleet Maj i ? ir,i!| Trains leave I'nion Station l<>r Wash? ington and points north Bl 7 48, 808, S _l and - _ a. m.. 12 01,2 30, - 07, 8 IS and 11 Bp. iu., daily. . For Frederiekshiirg, Riehmond and points south at 4 37. 7& floeal) and 10 22 a. ni., 12 tfl, 422, 5 17 (loeal)7 12 and :?;.< i.ition for I U18 a. m.. dall.i On week dayathla train runa through i" Mllford. s^,,. i ?tep.u'iurea and eonneetlons not guaran] \V f LAYLCR, Traftlc Manager. Riehmond, Na. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. in eflbet May I, r.du. ii.wi. ai?xaanaiA. For Waahlngtoa, from eorner Prlaee and Roval atreeta. week days, at 540, 606 6 -"'. 6 30, C I". 8 55, T 05, 7 15, 7 30, 7 40, 7 80 800,815,825,835,8 10 10, 1030, 1050, U 10, U 25, ll 30, ll 50 a. ni , 12 10, 12 25, 12 30. 12 50, 1 10, 1 25. 1 30 1 GO, 2 10, 1 25, 2 30, 2 50, 3 05. 3 25. 3 35. 3 50, 4 10 l 25, I 30, -I 4<i. 4 56, 5 10, 5 25. 5 86, 5 60, 605,620,6 30,645,700,7 15,7 J>00 93 '. 1000, 1030. 11 10 and 11 55 p. iu. Buno_Ve-700,7 SS, B10, 8 20, 8 4o. 9 00. 920 940 1000, 1020, lo 40. 11 oo, 1120 and l ,n , r:oom.. 1220, 1240, 100, 120, 1 40 2 J0, 2 20. 2 40, 3 00. 3 20, 3 40. 4 00. 4 20. 4 40. 3 oo. 5 20, 5 -10. 6 00, 6 20, 6 40. 7 00, 7 20. 7 4o. BOO, 8B0, 900, 9 30. 10 00, 10 30 and 11 li) p. in ,'OK MOUNT VK1KN'oN. l.eave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, ?eek ttays.at ".45. 6 66, 7 50, 851, 10 25, 1125a iu . 'll': 1 25, 2 25. 3 30. 4 40, 5 35, 0 30 7 35' H 50, 9 50. 1" 50 and 11 GO p. m. ?undayi -. 00, 830, 980, 1030, 1130 a. ui.. 12 30, 1 :tO. 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30. 6 30. 7 30, ?> 16 and io 16 p. m. VeM6 CATARRH Eiy's Cream Baim it quickly abiorb?d. Give* Relief at Once. It bIsbihob. soothes, heals aud piotects the di?ins?I inom. hrane rpsultinRfrom Catarrh nnd drives away a CoM in tho qolckly. Rr atorea tho Senot-f* ol Taate and Smrll. Full sizo .V) cts., atDrug siBlS r?r Bty nmil. Iu lh-uid form, 7T> . tut.**. Ely Rrothers, 5G Wurren Street, New York. HAY FEVER TonN P. Robisson, Gko. S. Frknch. lent Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and v wrKA'-rrRF.R* or Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulohuric tcid. Ask your lioalrr for tho Alexandria Fartlllrar aad One?leal Oo."s Produeta. Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum. Princoss Streot and Poto?aa Rivor Wharf. Alova-idri.v Virffinia. phone Tay lor's Pharmacy FOR A POUND PACKAGE OF Chocolate Crispo SIMPLY DELICIOUS SPECIAL, 33c 1H1VMID PROMPTLY. JSSSS ^uiLDINo"1^^ A3T12 U PRINCE STREET. rEntorod atthe Postofflce or Aloxandria, Virginia. as aocond-cla_ matter.] Tkrms: Daily-1 year, |5.00; 6 months, S2.J0; 3 months, S1.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly ?1 year, S3.00: C months $1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, 25 cents. . ? , Oontract advertisers will not be allowed to oxceed their space unleas tbe excess ls paid for at trausient ratos, and under no eliev?istanees will they bo aiiow.-*?t to advertise other tbau their logiti mate business in thespac-o contracte-.i Resolutions in niciuoriam. of thanks, trihutesof respoct. resolutions adopted by Hoeietios or penwns.unless orpubiic eonoern, will be printed la ?? peper tu- advt*rtlsoments. VOTE (X)NFIDF.NCK IN MtlANI). Amidst an impressive husli, which coutrasted strangly with Saturday's unprecedenled pasaioti and ttimuh io tho Fronch Chaniber of Deputies, Premier Briaod yeaterday, in oool, iDcisivc phraso ati'l acconiplished ora tory, llayetl tlie soeialist*- for their vio lencc in fofbidd?g bim the right <>( spaech. Tii<* premier assured tlu* chamber that he was do dictator, bul ;i man ot law aud order. and al the end of the ?: bis frank appeal for republican Bupport resulted iu s wtfeof confidence, 829 lo 188 Carried away by his passion Satur? day the premier, defending the attitude of tho government in supprcasiag the railway strike. oxclaimed: ?'Had the acjnal laws ol the country not been BU?cient I would not have hesitated to reaort even to illegal meas ures for the purpose ofprflflerving the fithcrland " Following H. Benaud, who justified the premier's words by the axiom tbai a great national criflifl would justify tlu neglect of legal acruplee. M Briatid mouoted tbe tribune, silence failing the bouae. He declared that bis :. marka of yesterday bad been entirely misu?leratood because tbe sodalirtic fmy and disorder had not permitted bim to complete hia Btatement*. What he bad tried to say wai that in grave hours of national peril exceptional meaaur? were justified. fTererthelflas, the government was proud thnt it had kept within the liuiits of legality. It had been nianv y< ars sinOfl tho gov rnmtnl endured such troublous bourfl bul Ibe nation had emerged from the tbreatened revolt cleaner, grander, Then with a drnmatie gesture ho flhngdut !n. i.ands, crytng: ' i> ook nt hands?nol a drop of blood." An outburat ol cbeen greeted tho premier as be called upon all good Prencbmen to rally tothe flagof | and Bupport the governmeut's etforts to inaintain law and order. A resolution introduced by thosocia1 ists, iinpeaching M. Briand for his "dictatorial orusbing down of wage earnera," was rejected by an over wbelming majority, after which the ebamber VOted confidence in the gov? ernment to safeguard the interests of tbfl working clasaes and preserve tho vital _terestfl of the nation. A scrutiny of tho vote sbowfl that 100 radicals, who ordlnarily supporl the government joined with the socialists. PRIF.*T IX DIVOKCE ACTION. A divorce action, which for features as remarkable and unstial as they are sensational, eclipsing anything yet re? ported in Reno, Cal., divorce courts, will come up during the early part of next week. when Mrs. Ellen P. McGinn will lile her complaint against her bua? band. The action will be entitled Ellen P. Hare versu* Louis T. Harr, under which . tictitiou.s name? the couple were married in order to prevent all poastble discloeore of tho sctual identity of the husband, who is a well known Catbolic priest of Brooklyn. Ihey assunu-il the ?aidennameof j the priest's mother 11are, and under that repreaentation he took M_e Helen F. Haste. daughter of a well-known butcher of Brooklyn. Hendrick Haste. j who died 12 years ago and owned large properties in that city, and who her? self poaseasei property interest io her OWO right, to Re?. r'rcderick Mortimer. ; astor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, and were at his parsooage married on the night of Novemhcr l:'>. 1902, by that divine. profoundly ignorartt of the identity of tlie couplo. The ooupk during their early liffl were in the same convent together? loaeph'a, Creenpoint?and she iior story of their marital experience she lored him though many until linally he induced hor to ; marry him. Their affection developed mt.. intimacy, until disrogaiding tho cburcb of which i-oth were adherenta, thev secreUy entered into wcdlock, un known to tho church and her family for months following. Bbe tcsided within two blocks of his i church. until one night her younger ! brotber called and found them akMM ; together, when to him <-he conftded the exaet situation under his promise of secrecy, which he maintaincd until ; their marriage was discovered in an ' other way, .i year and a half later. In the* meantime a baby girl was h..rn to them, during which time the ' mother went away to avoid detection bv her brothers. her parent* being dead. In May. 1904, their actual re lations were disclosed hy an accident, and his church began an investigation. Bishop Mcl>onald took thc matter in hand pcrsonally, and on May 14 the couple were separated by the church, tbe bishop taking the priest from her, giving him $100 and compelling him j to take a steamer immediately for Europe, where he was placed in the ' Mono Trappist Monastery in Ireland. There he was kept for some years, ; latflr brought to Aroeriea and leeatad m r southsrn parish. REMARKABLB FLIGHT. John Moisant, of Chicago, aailtd up ward from the International Aviation meet at Belmont Park late yesterday afternoon and flew a 50-horsepower Bleriot from Bolmont Park. west by south in bd airline, to and around the Statue of Liberty and back to the park, 34 miles in all, in 34 minutes 38.4 seconds for a eash pnze of eTO.OW, donated by Thomas F. Ryan for tbe speediest trip to tbe statue and btfll during the aviation meet. Claude Grabame-White. wbo on Saturday won tbe international speed race in the 100-horacpower Bleriot. made the trip from tbfl park to the statue and back suceessfully an bour earliei than Moisant visited tbe bronSfl lady, but ii i'?ok the Lngliibman's 100-horat power machine almost a minute h.ngcr lo mfakn tbo trip than it did MflriflBitt'l .">(K borsepower of tho same disgn. Grahame-Whito's time for tbe 84 nrilea was 86 minutes 21-30 aecoada. Joflt three iniuutea beforo Grabame Whito slartcd for tho utatue from tbe park Count Jacipies de I-esseps, of France, made tlie first start for tbe Statue of Liberty tbat has been nuide at tbfl meet. Oouat de Letseps got away .,? 8:0. o'eloek iu a Bleriot mouoplsiie ol SO-boraepOwer and made tbe voyage oul nnd back auooeaalnlly, bul bis time araa 41 minutea 52.25 aeeonde, or about 7 minutea aml 18 seconds alower tli;iti Moiaaaut KIUtBO KV TRAIN*. Uaaoa J. Gray, eaje_66 years, ? na* ebanifl employed by H. G Gummel, contractor, Washington, and his wife, Mary L. Gray, 40 years of ago, were killed near their homo Bi Tuxcdo, Prince Qeorgfli oounty,Saturday night, about. in o'eloek. Tbe accioenl oe curred on tbe freight line of tbfl Pflniv lylvania Kailroad at tho soutii end of tbe trestlo over thfl Peavcr Dam branch aml about a qoarter of a mik from Kcnilworth. Gray and his wife had bcen to Washington marketing. loav ing thoir live children, the eldest of Whom ia 1"> years of age, at bome. Mr. IaaacfJuVer, proprietor of a na eral atore mar Odenton. Md., while drivine liomeward aeross tbe tiaeks of tbfl I'liiladelphia, Baltimoro and Waah? ington railroad in a buggy yesterday afternoon about 140 o'eloek, was struck by a passmger train to Balti? moro near tbe station and so badly iu? jured that ho died aboul 20 miiiutei later. Tlie borsc was cut to pieces and tbfl buggy badly damaged. Mr. Silvor was 45 yoars old and had been keeping store near Odenton about l.-> ..r 1 - -. v - M<- --nv-f'om Png-ic, and is aurvired by his widow and 10 children, all of them small. Mr John T. Chowning died at his bome near Elys Ford Friday night, aged 77 years. Otterburn Lithia and M ag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyapep aia. Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leading Phyaiciaaa endorse it and tea tify to ita great mexit. Frank Warfield, Druggist._ John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Commerce Streal WHOLBSALE tf RETAIL GROCERc and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produco received dailv. Our Btoek of l'lain and Fancy Groceries era bracs everything to he had In thia line. We hold largely in United States bond el warehouae and carry In stoolc varioua brands ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have al-'. la store supcriorgrndes of Foreign and Anierican WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. Vc SatisfacWon flM-anuitcedaa to Price and Qu?.lity. Ni'TK'K is horeby givt n lh:il Ihe an? nual meetins of th-? stockholders of the WASIIINGTOX B_FK DEPO.SIT I OaaCPANY, inrorp<?pated. will 1><* hclrl ?| the 0?ee of ihe eompany. N'n. l_t aouth Royal street. in the eitv of Alex? andria. state of Virginia. on tbe FIRST MAY of NOVEMBER, IH9,atl2 o'clock ! m., for the purpose of eleetfttg b board ol direetors for tho cnauing year, and Tor tbe M?SMtlon ofsueh otber busineas ?s i mav poine pronerlv before. said meeting. GBOROKC. HKKNIKG, ! octll-iw Secretary. Wedding Presents Beautiful pieees of Fumiture, Cut Glass andJ handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. ?UHPRECEOENTED BARGAIN Providing you purchase 25c worth of A. & P. Teas, Coffees, Baking Pow? der Spices or Flavoring Extracts. This remarkable low price of28clb. for best Elgin Butter with a purchase of above goods should make this the busiest store in Alexandria. The offer is good only for this week. Other Specials in Good Things to Eat A&PMustard, a bottle. 10c : White Wax or String Beans, 3 cans. 25c ShakerSalt, 3 boxes. 25c Dates, a package. . 05c 25c 09c A APJams, 2 jars. "c Packed-up Fish, 2 packages SayorFigs, a lb.. . ... -?? .??????. c A 4 P Baked Besns, a can .6c, 10c, 15c Murray Mackerel (about 1 Peanut Butter, lb. 11c Red Salmon. 18c TEAS COFFFES _n?tpBlend .51bs. $1.15 or 25c lb. Golden Key Mixed Tea. 60c Sn-^^onalBiend .3 lbs. ?l.OOor 35c lb. Thea Nectar Black Tea.. 60c OthfJ fine grades at.20c, 30c and 40c lb. OtherDelicioua Tea at.4*, 50c, 70c, 80c, |1.00 Brookfield Eggs, 3 0cdozen. Plain Eggs. 26c dozen. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 525 King St FORTHEBEST DESSERTS Order Bloch's PIES, CAKES AND PASTRY Your family and fruewta will appi their rich home made llavor. 8p??R| orders will have ..ur prompt attention. H. BLOCH Both Phones. Electric Lights, Du you appreeiate the comfurt, conveiiience. safety and economy of electric liehts? Fall is here snd winter with iu long nigbl close at hand. <?!< 0 tric lighta' are not a luxury hut a necessitv. They add -heer in the dining room; make reading, sewing and the like ??'"'*-' P*,,;,s ant. Tho control of tlie light ii i?flintaneous, no matebflfl re iiuired, no cleaning requiredand no odor. Why not wire your horne now liefore eold weathor sets in, Call ?n ui for paitieuiara. Alexandria Electric Co, 524 KING STREET._ I AM OFFKRINO POR HALF. KXTKA PANOY 8RIST0W CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. i aaauaatee etery po_u11<> jrivc satta taetion. Fresh aaa Smoked Meats, flroc?*<rics and Fann I'roduets or -ill kinda. Teleohone orden jjiven prompl attention. Free dallrery. F. C. PULLIN, ??raer flpieen and R?yal streets. Tkaae. Bell aWi.iaTeme HW. iyl?'J _BUILDDfG MATKR?_ [S9TA?L?__D l?t] Henry K. Field &Co., ?neeeasen lo JM__I _ n. .SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF AI.I. KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Offlce ind Yard USV. I'nion Btreet. Factory No. 111 N. Lee street Matcrial Dclivered FREE ln the oity. W. A. Johnson & Co., K. E. Corner Cameron and Royal Streeta. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commiiiion Merchanta and dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand Oibson's XX, XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye. Old Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies; also Baker's and Thompson's Pure Ryo Whiskies, to j which they invite the attention of the trade. Orders from the country for raerchan I dlse ahall receive prompt attention. I Consiirnmenta of Flour, Grain and Country Produee aolicited, for whieh 1 thav g-uarnntaa tha hlgbest asarket piicn and prosap rafhTnat^ WEWATCH the WORLD renowne.l marketa for preeioua atones, That ia abywecan offer diamond and other gem mount ed jewelry below tbe reajular price. As we buy nciiie lnit lirst water g'.'ins we can se'l no other grade. If you want lu inoke a 1,'ift Of |O0d jewelry ihW i- ibfl place <?>> (tel ii H. W. WILDT _ SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 341. SaleofCharming New Princess Ladies' all-wool French Serge Princess DresseB, in navy and black, lace yokes, braid trimming, at $12.98. Ladies' Satin Mesaaline 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 Miasea' all-wool Navy Blue Serge Peter Thompson Dresses braid trimming with etnblem on sleeve. 6 to 14 years at 5.98. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. An 8-rodm House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch. At Braddock Station. This house has modern plumbin.. fine closets. large bathroom and pantry electric lifhts. city water. iron fence with concrete columns. concrete cellar.large windows on all aidea. snd everythintf 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 wher it will luit you to %o 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 Ls what you want. Also try some of our line Imported Wines aud Gin. Lowenbach Bros., 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 Commerciai A, Savings Departments on grounds of absolutt safety and satisfaction. OFFICt RS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presiden*,. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds investcd 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. ^XTT Cottage Park ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCK STATION City Water?Electric Llghts?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. 1B. HARLOW & CO., INC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. Mp? tl ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice. Carload Lots and Country O.-ders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata Mc|c!ear as crystal. | OKITCK ('aiiierim Bad DntoB lUflfltS, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. jylMf H, WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS oarKfl un? arroaae: 11MI7 a, aorater. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul tural Implements. Vchicles.Harness. Field and Garden Seeds. WWlF.H'.r-i.'-, BOCTH I'Mi'N NTKKKT, OX UXB OF ttOVllUM n ITLWAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feed Will alwaya Wccp in stock the higbest _rade of these artkles. ajByni Cteaai Balm hn.ibe^n tricd.iL'l not found wanting in thouaauds ot iioi_< ali over the country. It haa won h plaee in tbfl fomilv rnedieinecloset among the reiiai.ie bouaabold ramedtea where rtie kept at haad tor nae 1 a treattag eold in the bead juataa soo';, as aome inembor of the household beglBJ tbe preliminary I smeziDg or snuffling. It give* imme diate relief and a day or two's treatment will put astop to a col'4. whieh iui_ht il not obeckeU, beeome ekroaia and run l oto a bad ease of eetarrb. FOUNPERS AND MACHINISTS J.& H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENG1NEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinisis' Supplie*. Pipe. Pipe Fittin^a. Valves. tfc. Blacksmithing 6f Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apeoialty in repairi BB Gaaoline Enginei. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds < t Iron Work. Bell Puon 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE; 514 Evana Budding. Phone Main 7324 General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldf. Th** conipniiics ropri-scnlfd in Ibls ofllco have hhhoIh Of over SlOo.iWO.'O.*. Among others an: Hartford Fire Inaurance Co. Liverpool tf London tf Globe. AZtna Insurance Co Northern Aavurance Co. Sprinf-ncld Fire tf Marin*. 1 aaaaptaateattoagtrea taaa^MtaMBt aflosMaaadaO matters eoou-wted ? h_ nHiirance. Yom cough antioya you. Keep on harking ;ind tearing the delicate mern branes ol your throat if you want to be annoycd. But if you want rcliof, want to bo cured, take Chaniberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. t. Creightoa and Richard fjhbsou.