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vni_TTME CXI.--NO. 259
ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, XOVEMEER 1, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
RAILROADS
Southern Railway.
Train-1 k BI ? I'nion Slation, Alexandria.
in etfeetOetoberi. ?10i
V ii Pollowlngsobeduleflfurespub
llahed only as Intonnation, and are not
gttaranteed. _ .
My looal betweon ^ s?t
iBCtofl and I'aiivillr.
H:I7 \ M I'aily -?Xel for Hamson
httrr and way staUoM.
? ,,: \ Put ?alL
i iaengers for points aouth
-haeheduled to Btop. First olaaa
teplng eara to BlrtnIngbam
aud dmwjng room Bleeping eara to wew
? ning ear aer
ii-iv \ M. I'aiiv Mail train. Coaohea
for Miin-isxu.t hariotUsvlllo.Lyncbburg,
lile and Orrensboro. Sleeplng oars
rtreensboroto Atlanta.
'..17 P. M. -Week days -Loeal for w?r
ri-iit'-i* and Il-*,rri-*'>ii!*iir?.
M -Dailv Blrmincham
,? . ,.-, Ix-tween S?w ??*?
...,, and Jaoksonvnie.
.gharn. Througli firat
. u-tween Wsshlngton nnd
,vill.-. Pinin-carscrvir-r-. lour
rourtlmeiweeklv.
iv p m .Week days Loeal fo
. md way atationa on Manai?ts
branoh. Pullman bunet P*j'?r?j;
m Dally l^cal foi "
tonaadt'harlottosvllle.
iV- i' M. l'ailv Waahington and
. Limited (via Lynchburg).
, nnd _l-vping ears to
Knoxville and[ fchattanooga.
SHeepi-r to NTew Orleans, Washington to
Roanoke. Dinlng earwnrlee.
ll-o'l' M -Dally N''W ^nr"- Atlanta
aad New orleana ?mited. All Pullman
train. club and obeeTYatlonoarfl to New
Orl?in?. Sleeping eara to Asheyille.
\tittita. Ma.-oM and New Orleana Sleep
i__ eara to Oharlotto. Dlhlng car aervice.
\ M Dailv -Memphla apecial.
Slernlng p*?rfi and coaohea f<>r Roanoke,
cville, Saahville, Chattanoo? *?d
, hig, Dining car ssrflof. W___
,naleepingcan open i":"" ? M
Througil trains from tbe southturiYe
at Al. xam'rla6:13and63Sand 10-Ba.m.
i ii w P. M. daily. llar
rtao'nr-rgtl*?A. M. week days and 9*13
P M. ib-iY. Prom ('liarloltvsvilU* P?1
TB \i\ ON BLUEMONT BKAM'H.
Leare Alexandria W. ft <>. station,
K **_r2 \. M , 3*55and -l-Spllbr
Bluemont: <*._nP U.week^days for Loes
Imr- i .V> l\ M. dall* to' Bluemont and
M loeal, "ii Sundays only for
Bluemont . . .
icdule flgures, tlekets,
Pullman reservaliou, el ' ? spgH*?,
WILLIAM ?i- I.1.H1H.
Dnlon Tloket Agent. Aloxandria, Va
r ii COAPMAN. General Manager.
s II. II VRDWICK, Pat? Trat. _?r.
II. P CARY,General Paaaenger Agent
l. -, Bi ?? n, Ooneral Vgent,
Washington, D, < ,
Washington Southern Ry.
Bebedule in e?wl May i">. 191&
Tmlns leare Unlon Station for Wasb
Ineton and pointa north at 7 43, 808.
i -.:(ja. in.. 12 01,230, **07.8 18and
in.. daily.
Prodoriokaburg, Richmond and
aouth at43T, 7 ?(loeal] and 1023
a. in., il 16, 122, o 17 (looal 1 7 O aml 951
.? (?r Kn-d.-iirkslMir-j>ati
u ,3 fy, On week davs this
train runs through to Mlltord.
-jfor, . riineofarrivalaanddepartures
and ? ""' jtuarant
W 1* I.AVI.i It. Pramc M-n
K'K-iimolld. \ a.
Washington. Alexandria tf
Mt. Vernon Railway.
[a efleet May l,
I.IMVt: \l.i:X AM'HI K.
For Waahlngtoa, Irom eorner I'rineo
and R r*k days. at 648,
Ou".. ll ??&>, 7 06,7 15, T la). 7 40,
7 j.i .00 8 15, tl _ 0,960,
10 |0 10 ?. 1050, 11 1". II 25, 1130, 1190 a.
in i J 10, 1- 35, 12 30. 12 50, 1 10, 1 lb. 1 30
1 50 2 I".'-' 25, - :t"- - 68, 3 05, 3 i">, 3 3>. 3 50,
4 1ii 4 23 i K) 140,4 86,510,625,535
U 05, l
10,11 |0 and ii 65 p. m
BojMki - ' 10. 830, 340
.... ll 00, 11 30 and
i 1230, 1248, 100, 120,
l_,2- 10,400, 120,
D, 10 00, 10 30 and
11 10p. "??
r'olt MOI..NT VKRNON.
Liviv.- Alt-xandria for Mount Vernon
. days.al 5 15, C58. 7 58, 861, 10_s
m*. 12 25. l 25. 225. 3 30. 4 40, 636,
.1. 9 60,10 50and ii 60 p. m.
Sundaya 700, B38. 830, 1018, 11 30 a.
m., i: i ?, 5l0,eS>, 780,
5 Mand I-116 p. in. _
-=-_- U?-?? _!_._
\S2?& CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
ia quickty tbiorl.tC.
Cive, Ralief at One*.
It rlaansf. soothes,
in l noteeta
tho disMaea _)e;u
bn_M r- suitiap from
; and drirea
away a Cold lu tho
Hea'.l <juickly. 1:-||_V PTUrR
Taate at>d Sir.rll. fallfil tDrag
r by mail. Iu liqui 1 form, 75 rrnts.
?ly llrotliers, od Warteu Street, New York.
JO_N P. ROBlMaOV,
Preaident
Gao. S. Fresch,
Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
S-M'KAnfllFK) OF
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and
Sulphuric Acid.
__ vour dealer for the Alexandria
FerUll/erandOaemkal t'o."s Producu.
Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum.
riluouM Btreet and Potomae River
Wharf. Alexandria, Virjrinia.
Phone Taylor'sPharmacy
FOR A POUND
PACKAGE OF
Chocolate Crispo
S1MPLY DELICIOUS
SPECIAL, j33c
??~M? PKaMPT-Y.
_\u^lA^^clzettf?
!0S^E,,rm,ILD^5m^Ea^[A^
, PRINCE STREET.
fEntered atthe I'ostomce of Alexandria,
Virginia, as socond-class matter.]
Tkhms*: Daily-1 year, 8.V00; G months,
S-..-0; 3 months. ?._?: 1 month.43 cents
1 woek. lOeonts. _.
Tri-weekly ?1 year, 83.00: C inonths
|I.jO: .5 months, 78 cenU; 1 month. -j
Oontraot advert?era trlll aot bo allowed
to cxeccd their spaee unless the excoss
is paid for attransient rates, aml under
noelreunutaneaa will they boaHowwl
to advcrtise other than thelr tegiti
mate bualneaa ln tbeepeee eoattaeeeu
tot
Uesolutioi.- in n.e.noriaii. of l,.'a"k^
trlbuteaofreepeot, reaoluttona adopted
l?- m,cietieior persons,unless ofpuhlie
eoneorn, -IU be printed la tha papoi
as -dv-fiisenacnttl
om;.(1;\T I.ETTF.K rOSVACB.
Preaident Taft and Poattaaatet Oec
ctal Hitchcock came tO an agreement
yesterday 00 the recomuiendatioiis the
president will make Io Congress regard?
ing a chanee in the second class postage
rates as affc ting magazines and other
poriodicals.
Mr. Taft will recommend that tho
magaziues he required to pay tlie
present rate of one cent a pound on all
reading matter and B mucli higlier
rate, to be deterinined later, on the ad
vertising pages. Each magazino will
he required to aend a eopy of its cur
rent issue tO tbfl POftoficfl Department
each week or month. 81 tbfl case may
be. There the publication will be dis
sccted. Tiie reading matter aud the
advertising sections will be separately
weighed and tbe aniouiit of postage
coniputed by thenumbera ol magazines
Sellt out.
Newapapera will not be affected. The
average haul ol thfl oewapapet ia bul
800 miles while tbfl average haul ol
tbfl magazine ia 1,100 miles.
Tbe bauliog oi magaainea in the
mail baa proved coatly to thfl govern?
inent, and both tlie preaident and tbe
postmiator general believed ithaaen
tered largely into tbe deflcit sbowii
each year io tho Poatofflce Depart?
ment
Preaident Taft ia lookiag forward to
a one-cent rate for letter postage and
bopea to recommend it before be leavea
tbe VYbite Houee.
The establiahmenl "f the proposed
n.-w rates as to magaainea, the preai?
dent l? lievee, irill do much lo briug
aboul tbu penrfy poatage plan. Al the
aame lime bc thinka the magazinea
will be compcllcd to pay only thelr
just sh ire in the postal expenaea.
The prcsideul ia datermind to push
i and third
-t,-is under the civil ser?
viee. He will make tbe lecomraenda
tion t" Congreaa in hia forthcoaning I
meaaage andhopea for favorable action. |
In addition to taking these claaaea of
poatmaetera entirely out ol politics,
the president lielicu-s the moVfl will
prove ecooomical. He i- certain it
will enhauce the efflcieoey of the ser?
vice.
Klv's Cream llalra ha- been tried at-d
not found wantingln thouaanda of homes
all over the country. It lias WOUB place
in the family medioineoloset among the
rellable household remedlaa where ll ls
kept at band ibr use in treatlng eold In
the head Just aa BOOn us some member
ol the household beglna the prellm?ary
?neezlng or anuffllng. It rnrefl Imme
diate relief and a day or two's treatment
will putl Btop to a eold whieh might il
not ebeoked, beoome ohronlo and run
?to a bad oaaa of aatarrh
MORK AVIATION FEATS.
A baby'' Wright roadstei, with
Ralph .Tohnstone at tlu- wheel, glided
gracei?ty to earth in tbe twilightatthe
close ol the international aviation meet
ri I'cimont Pw-k yeaterday evening witb
the barograph retaateripga new world's
record for altitude. Tne little niachine,
of only 86-boraepower, bad been up
9,71. feet, exeaed?f by 688 feel tbe
heigbi attained in France oo Oetober l
by Ib-nry Wynmalen, of Holland.
But Johoatone'fl Bky-clirnbinu feal
was not the only notable irjetdent oftbe
eloaiu<; day of the meet. ' 'lainie (iia
bame-Wbite, the athletic Britaher,
wbo carriea away the Gordon Bennett
trophy. which lakefl tbe next inter?
national tournaniciit to England,
sharpened the sporting appetito with a
cbaHenge to John W. Moisant. ol
Chicago, for another race from thc
park arouml tbe Statue of Liberty in
New York barbor and return. Moisant
wbo iron 110,000 for bis hri flight
siround the statue Sunday ignnred tbe
cbalbrage.
Then Giahame White, denied another
chance for a visit to Iftaa Liberty. sent
a thrill through the spectators, when
at the clo.-e ofa speed nico witn J. A.
D. MeCurdy, of the Curtiss team. his
propoller snapped, his monoplane dug
intotbe greensward iu froutofthegrand
stand. turned turtle, and buried th
aviator underncath. He was uniniured,
and won the race.
Moisant';. winning of the 18,000 dis
taocfl prizc oflered by the Aero Club of
America. was the other big event of the
day. Hetraveled approximately >"1
miles in two hours. In landing, after
winning ihe event. he smashed his pro
pell.r and broke a running wheel, but
escaped unscathed.
"I was in a pretty purple haze up
there," said Johnstone, after he had
linished his world-record flight, "and
my, it was cold. I had a couple of
sweaters oo, beside my rubber suit and
_ce maak, but tinn at timea i feit ;?* if
freezing. t>everal times I lost com?
plete sight of the oarth, but when I
shot clear of thfl haze I could see away
'down bclow building and residences
which looked like toy blocks."
The old, old story, told times witb
jout number, and repeated over and
1 over again for the last 36 years, but
j it is always 8 welcome story to those
' m search of health?There is notbing
i in the world that cures coughs and
Icolda as quickly as Chamherlain's
i Ceugh Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creigh
ton and Hiehard Gibson.
TERRIBLE STRAIN
RESULTED NOT AM1SS
A Unoir Lady, After Twa Weeki
Grinding Labor, Feel*
Better Than Ever.
Lenoir, N. C?"I am not tired atatl,
and am stouter than I have ever been,"
writesMrs. Kate Watcrs, of Lenoir, N.C.,
"although I have just finished a two
weeks' wash. I lay my strength to
: Cardui, ihe woman'a tonic. I have taken
? 3 lot of it and 1 can never praise it
i ertough for what it lias done for me. 1
j can never thank you enough for Ihe ad
I vice you gave me, to take Cardui, for
? since taking it I look so well and am
stout as a mulc."
You are urged to take Cardui, that gen
I tie, vegetable tonic, for weak women. lts
j use will strengthen and build up your aya?
tem, relieve or prevent headache, back
ache and the ailments of weak women.
It will surely help you.as ithashelped
thousands of others, in the past 50 years.
N. B.?WrUtto: Ladies' Advivvy D*pt.. Chatta
noo_a Medicine Co . Chattanoota. Tenn.. lor Special
lnttnictiora. and 64-paie book. 'Home Treatment
tor Women." sent in plain wrapper, oa reouesL
MARItll.D HCR STEPFATIIEK.
Mrs. Johanna Hussrlman was
awanied t'.\W> damagcs from hcr
daughter, thc wife of Or. Wilbeim
Becker, in the Circuit Court in Mil
waukee, Wis., yesterday. in a $27),000
alienation ofaffections suit of mother
against daughter.
Mrs. Husselmarin and Dr. Becker
wers married in Chicago on March
17,1900 She was then 46 years old.
Ete was 31. She had two daughtcrs.
One of them was Mrs. Hattie Bott,
Kged 26. Mrs. Bott was then living in
91 Paul Her husband waa Dr. Henry
0. Bott.
Bhortly after the marriage Hn.
Bott wenl tO Milwaukce to visit at
the horoeofher mother and ber new
stcpfatber. The result was tliat on
mber29,1905, Mre. ?Bcket and
ber husband separatetl. On Novein
ber ?''., 1906, Mrs. Huaaelmann got a
3ivorce, resuming tbe name ol Hussle
Ill.'UKI
On November 9, 1906, Mrs. Bott
Itfgaa suit for divorce from Dr. Bott.
She g >: the divorco November 24, 1907
live days later, according to testimony,
Mrs. Bott and ber stcpfatber were uiar
ried.
Tln- mother said, among other
thing-, tbat ber daughter "wilfully,
nialirioiisly and wickedly" gained
the aftections of Dr. Becker and
sought to entice him to desert his
wife.
DBaYVtP-??M. ROT IiYNAMITl_M.
From tbe description given by a de
tectivc agency it is believed tbat two of
thc men who were arrested on their ar
rival at Acapulco. Mexico, Saturday on
tbe Boboonef Kate are Wilson B, Erans
abacood?g teller of tho Farniers and
Mcrchnnts' Bank, of Ixjs Angeles, and
II. Hamburn, an alleged accomplice.
It ii aaid that 911,900 bas been recov?
ered.
The Kate came into port to take on
B supply of gasoline, and three passcn
gcisgiung tbe names of Harry Ham,
0. Oarlaon an 1 Dan Arcber wero taken
into custody as suspects on tho theory
that tbey might have beet) implicated
in tlie tlynamiting of tho Loe Angoles
Times Building. Tho sum of $ 10,000
was found on the boat
The captain, Swan Kngdethe, and
Adolpbson. the engineer, were plactd
under guard. Tbe captain said that be
had been engaged to take tbe scbooner
from 8m iraooiaco lo the Grakpegoa
IsiaieR off tbe coastof Peru and r>na
dor. Ho was to be paid S7:'>0.
Ycsterday the police eramined tbe
priaooers in Ihe Kgbl "f description
furnisbed by a private detectivc agency
oftbe fugitive Evans and Hamburn,
aud it is believed that the identification
i was sufficient.
Croup is most prevalent during the
dry ooM weather of the eariy winter
months. Parenta of young children
should be prepared for it. All that is
aeeded is ? bottle of Chambertain's
Cough Remedy. .Many motbers are
never without it in their homes and it
has never disappointed them. Sold by
XX. ?. Creighton and Richard Gibsoti.
Wedding
Presents
Beautiful preces of
Furniture, Cut Glass
and handsome Orna
ments are useful and
ornamental presents.
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatest known Water for Dyspep
?ia. Indifestion. Kidney and Ltver
Trouble*.
Leading Pbysicia_i endorse ic and tes
tify to ita great merit
Frank Warfield,
Druggist
John Ahern & Co.,
Cornor Piiaee aad Oommen* stre**
WHOLESALE V RETAIL QROCBKc
and dealers In
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Counjrv produce received duty. Our
stoek of Plain and Fancy Oroecrlei onv
brace* ev.>n Uon- to l>e bad In thta Ime.
We hnld largely l" UnitedStateaboad
.?d ararehouaaand earry i" stoek varioua
br.tnds ofthe l.e.st
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Baweaaao in store suporiorgradea
of Poreiga aad Aiuuil?ia
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. tfc
Satisfaction ? uaranteedas to Priee and
8>n?.Hty. _ _
l'ure Food Store.
You Can Economize
By buying FLOUR by the barrel. Your
choice of the following leading brands at
$6.00 Per Bbl.
Table Belle.
Senator.
Superlative.
Premium.
We guarantee every ounce of the fabove
brands to give entire satisfaction.
PURE FOOD STORE/
St. Aaaph and Oronoco Street*.
FORTHEBEST DESSERTS
Order Bloch's
PIES, CAKES AND PASTRY
Your family and guaatn will appi
their rich h..me made flavor. Special
orders will have our prompl attention.
H. BLOCH
Both Phones.
Electric Lights*
Do you apprecJate tbe coflafort,
convenience, lafaty and econotny
of electric lights'
Fall is here snd winter with iu
long iiieli' ( Iom- ai hand, ??l.-e
11 ic light.- are DOl B liixuryWut a
Deceaaity. They add ebeer in
tbfl dioiltg room; make r.-adiug,
sewing ind the like more pleas?
ant. The control of tbfl light ia
iaotaiMeneotte, no maasbea re
ojnifed, no denniag reqaired md
no odor.
Why not wiro your home now
l>eforo cold weather sci_.iii.
Call on us for parliculars.
Alexandria Electric Go.
524 KING STREET.
I AM OFFER?TO FOB BAI?! KXTRA
KAN'CV
BRISTOW GREAMERY BUTTER
38c Pound.
I ruarantcc every pound to give satls
feetTon. Fresh and Smoked Meats.
Oroeeries and Farm Products of all
kinds. Telephone ordera glven prompt
attention. Free delivery.
F. C. PULLIN.
Oerncr <ueen and Itoyai Btreeta.
?Prhrae, ffoll CTL.iHeme K7W.
iytt I.v_______
BUILDING MATERIAL8
[1-25TABLI8IIF.P 1?t.)
Henry K. Field &Co*a
8ueees-ors to
JOS/AJI n. D. SifOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF AIX KINDS.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Offlec?d Yard 115 X. Union Btreet
Faetory No. 111 N. Lee street
Material Delivered FKKK in the elty.
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N. E. Corner Cameron and Royal Htreeta.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
General Cotrmiaaion.Mcrchanta
and dealera In
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Oibaon's XX, XXX,
XXXX aad Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet
and Monogram Whiskies; alao Baker's
and Thpmpson's Pure Rye Whiskies, to
whieh they invite the attention of th *
trade.
Ordera from the country for merohan
dlae ahall receive prompt attention.
ConaIgnmeat* of Flour. Oraln a_d
Countrv Produee aolicited, for which
Ua>y ?Paiwot*mJk*939hir*%*m*T%ei rrtwe*
flrapTf_ p rf!lrr_raT
King Street Real
Estate for Sale
Fine Business property on King Street, centrally
.located, frontage of 47 feet and a depth of 150 feet.
Buildings in fine condition. Rented at $75 per month
Price $10,000.
Thompson &, Appich
107 South Royal Street. Alexandria, Va.
City and Suburban'Propertiea. Stocke ?nd ^^
FOR SALE
Two of the choicest and best built dwellings in the city of Alexandria. locat?
ed on North Columbua Street. between Queen and Princess Streets i Court House
square). each house contains eight rooms and overy modern convenience. includ
ing hot water heat. electric lights and concreted cellar*.
Dclighfful two story brick e /.-ilin. No. 1215 Duke Street. eontaining eight
rooms and bath and large sidel oi.
Fine two story frame dwelling No. 817 Queen Street. contains aix roomi
all in splendid condition. Good ?table nrear.
Desirable two story frame dwelling No. 427 North Columbus street. eon?
taining seven rooms and and bath. A aoo-* --nter
Cory frame dwelling No. 30* S.uth Fairfax Street. eontaining "six rooms.
Always rented and b a good ten per cent investment on the price as?ed tor this
property.
_
Good two story frame dwelling No. 823 Oronoco Street. eontaining six
rooms. Good inve.ttnaent.
Further particulars of
John D. Normoyle
KINO AND ROYAL STREETS.
SaleofCharming
New Princess
Dresses.
Ladies' all-wool French Serge Princess Dresses, in navy and blsck, 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 Miaaes' 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 Baclc Porch.
At Braddock Station.
This houae baa modern plumbing. fine closets. large bathroom and pantry
eleetrie lights. city water. iron fence with concrete columns. concrete cellar.large
windows on all sidea. snd everything a person could want in a pcrfect suburban
home.
Easy Terms. Discount for Cash.
See Geo. M. Reynolds. near Braddock station or let me know when it will
suit you to go. and I will take you to see this house.
F. L. SLAYMAKER
313 King Street.
ii You M a 6oo(l Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind?
WAKEFIELD RYE
i. yem want. Alao try aome of our line Imported Wines and 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
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolutc safety and satisfaction.
OFFIC. RS
Judge C. E. Nicol, Presideflv,.
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.
Cottage Park
ADJOINING 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
cordiaUy invite your inspection. Salesmen
will be on the ground every Sunday. or
inspection by appointment any time.
18. HARLOW. CO., INC,
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS,
1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C.
Phone Main 2458.
sep_ u
ICE
lituai Ict Company
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers tn Ice.
Carload Lots aad Country Orders a
Specialty.
Mico Water
Exceptionaily pure. deliciously palata
blejclear as crystal. |
OFFirK
Cameron and f'nion street**.'Alexandria.
Bell Telephone No. 51.
ijrtt** _
FOUNDEKS AND MACHINISTS
J. & H.Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents
Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Suppliea.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valve*. 6?c.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria Iron Works
POUNDRY. MACHINE, BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a specialty io repairs to
Gasoline Engines. Motoccyelea and
Automo-iles.
We solicit your orders on all kinda of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone SS.
WASHINGTON OFFICE;
514 Bvaos BuUdiag. Phone Main 7324
General Insurance Agency.
Laurence Stabler
Room No. 4. Burke tf Herbert Bldtf.
Tlu* eo_{anlaa repreeeoted in
Offlee liavt* aaaeta et over 9\oo.O\*)i*/<
Among others an?:
Hartford Fire Inaurance Co.
Liverpool tf London 6f Globe.
ALtnx Inaurance Co.
Northern Aaaurance Co.
Sprinffield Firc tf Marine.
1 rompt attention given lo adjtlBt?ent
oflossesandall matters conncoted with
nsuranci-.
H. WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
oi-KicK ani* sTonr.s: H9-lt7 n. royamjt.
Dcalcr in Hardwarc. Painta. Agricul?
tural Implementa. VchicIea.Harneaa.
Field and Garden Seeda.
WAREHOISKS, SOLTH IWION BTBJa?T, 031
I.INK OF SOITHKCN KAII W"AT.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
andallkindsof Mill Feod
Will always kcop in stock the hitfliest
prade of theso articles.
VIROINIA?Ia th<* Clerk's Ofti
Corporation Court of tbe City >>\
Aloxandria, on the :td daj of Oot
r.io.
Daisy A. Crooka v.?. Klmr-r K. < r....k- in
e_?eatj .
Memo. Thc ohjeet ol this *uit 18 to oh
tain for tho eoni*-lainuntau ahaoluu- dl
von-c from thc ili-fendnnt on tho ground
of wlllful deaertloa aad ribaudonmcnt
fora period of more than three years be
foro thc bftnff?g of this auit, and for
general relief.
It appearing hy an nflldavit flied ln
thia cause that tho defendant. Elmer K
Crooks. ia :i non-rcsldcnt of thK
State: It la Ordered, Tliat said defendant
appear here within fifteen <Liys after due
puMieatlon of thia order, aml dowh.U is
wry to protect hia interoat In
suit. and that a eopy of this order be
forthwith Inserted in the Aloxandria lin
zette, a newapaper published in the ett)
of Alexandria. once a week for four auc
ceasive weeka, and posted at the front
door of the Court Houae of thIs city.
A eopy? T?TF.
NKV __L S. (>K_.VAU'AY, Clerk.
Fred'k I*. Russell, p. q. oo? w4w-tu.

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