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ALEXANDRIA, VA., FHIDAY EVENING, XOVKMBER 4, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.--NO. 262 RAILROADS_ Southern Raiiway. Trains leare I'nion Station, Alexandria. !n etl'wt Oetober.. 1910. \- B 1 ?oll.wing sehedule h'gurespub llaVMt only aa laB?raaattoa, a?d ?r? not B-7H7 ivloeai betweea Waah ",CrV'':..')Dolvld...ealfor Marriaon 1,,-r-and waystations ?:I7 \. M. Daily- l;- j* east ?*?_ Htopaonly torpaaaengers for points sou.h awbich aohedulod to etop. Flret afaae oara to I.iriningham m ileepingoara to Hew Dinlng ear aerrlce. U-17 \ M --Dailv?Mail train. ( oaehes irfottcsvllle.Lynohbaij;, Danville and Gteenaboro. Hleepiug ears I'ireen-l.oro to Mlanta. .___?_? 1:47 P. M. Week day.-. I.oeal tor W ar reatoaaad Harriaoaburg. , Dally- -Ihrmmgham ipee lal.' Sleeping eara betweeni New York, Angnsta, Uken and Jacksonvllto. . BIceoertoBimatagbaai. 1hrough flrst-1 enaohes between Washington and' nvil'.e. Dining ear .serviee. Tour- i i Uallfornla four tinies weekly. ;? \i week daya?Loeal far Har-1 risonburg aad way Btatloaa on -faaaaaae braneh. Pullman bullot parlor ear. i Dally?Loeal tor Warrea I oharlottearille. : p. U\?Dally?Waahington and Chattanooga Limited (vta Lynehburg). coach aml aleeping oara to Uoanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to New orleans. Washington to Roanoke. Dinlng ear .serviee. HXEP M Dailv New York, Atlanta and New Orleana Uailted All Pallmaa train, clnb aad ohaarTatioB eara to New ng ears to Ashevllle, \tl,ini.i. Maeon and New Orleana. Sleep? lng eara toCharlotte. Dining ear service. v M Dally Mempbla apeclal. Sleeplng ears and ooaehea for Uoanoke. Knoxville. Nashville, Chattanooga andi Momphia. Dinlng ear aervlea Waah? ington aloeptag oara open 10 00 I . M. Through trains from tho south ajrlve landrla 0:13 and 623 and 10-9 a.m. 2-13,73* 10:Wand 11 iWP. M. dally, Har \ M. wookdaya and 9:13 .in Charlottesrllle '<?> v M TBAIN'S ON BLUEMONT BRAXCH. ... Al. xandria W. ,v O. Station) V M . :;:V. aml 1:55 tor M.woek days toi I Dur ? : ,, p. M. dally tor Blaemont and 9.23 A ! loeal. OO Sundays only for Ubien . .1 achedule flgurea, tioketa, Piillin . i rwservation. r-te., WPlyto WILL! \M O. LEIIl V\ . Union Tleket Ajrent, Aloxandrl i I' M tX)AI'MAN. General Manager. s II. II VRDWICK, Paaa Traf. M lj r CARY.Oeneral Passenger Agent L. s. Brown, Oeneral Agent, Washington, D. ( . Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule in efTed May 15, 1910. Tralas leare Ualoa Station for Wash? ington aud polnta north I- t>x m., 12 01, l-aad ni.. dally. For !iv Iri.-k-l.tir-. Kiehinoiid and . at 4 37, 7 53 ; loeal and 10 22 a. ni.. 12 10, I2-i JIT (loeal?7_. and 961 iramodatlO? for FrederiekKhuri,' at ii ia a. ra., daiiy. On week daj train ruaa through to Mlltord. v,,; Ideparturea "* :oaruil. u |i i v VI.! i; l rain - M-nasrer. ' ' Richmond. Va. Washington, Alexandria ?-* Mt. Vernon Raiiway. Inell'eet May I, 1910, LBATfl ai-BXABBBU. For Washington. rrora ooraer Prlaee a,.d Royal ftreeU. week days, at 540, ? ni 12 10 1-25. 1 4 10 1 -". I 30, i ?, 1 -V>. 5 10, fi -?>. 5 35, 6 50, . , 7 .XI. 7 1.*.. 7 ....800,830, I io aad 1155 p. m ni 1200m., 1-20. 1-4K i o'. i -?. 4,, '? . ? m _ 10, 8 00, 3 20, 3 *0, 4 OO. 4 20,! ']? . 10.600,6*040,700,7 30. , o, 910, IO0O, 1030and 1110 P. BB. ?OR moisi rBBHBOS. | , vn Alexandria tx Mount Vernon, fiSo"7'?:.? 8 50.9 50, f ?'??? aad 11 60 p. m. ! 10 16 p. iu Piles! F?les! Piles! WllHan-a' md/" PUa "iutmeiit will ?,.V.>itiind BloJlngand Itehing PUea ?tabSrbsthe^oJr.allaya itehing at ,.,s ,s Jpoultloe, atTea matant r ii.! Wili'.af I?<IH?B PlIeOlBtmeat tanrWred^'""d i.-hiiig ofthe; r J.'.? ,-irtsI'ruggists; mail 50e and1 ftVff'?^' Propa.Clevtv ' ? I ,. i--0Jiie. wholeaale and retail,' ,,V E. s. ! ,t.Jeater A Sons._ *R^*le CATARRH Ely'sGreaipalm it quickljr abtj***! Gives Relief *>nce? Itct-BBsaauMtaflB, heala andP: tho diseai mei? braaa r.y"*f rom rhH drires away agj ?* ?ho ? -? atorcs fi Son!M's of H AY Ft-Yt-R Taate ^ Smell. Fuli size ")0 ct?., at Drug ~i?ta A'y Baaii ln Uqatd form, 75 eents. ?ly Jthei:-,50 Wurrcu btreet, Kew York. ..JV Roa-W-O-t, OF.O. S. FRE5CH, lont. Secretary. Axandria Fertilizer and MANl-I'M'TfRI R trtilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulphuric Acid. ' Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prtaeeaa Btreet and Potomao River Wharf. AleTandria, \ irginia. \ ?MIN'I-sTUAT"H - N- 11 . E-All | i\ peraona having clalma against tbe ! H viu.i.i.r." uri QORY.da .. reqaested to preaent the properiy authentlcated. io the undersigned. and all persons Indebted lu aaid estate are required tornake imm? dl*u paymeat __, _?*? _f t-'->X. Sereaant /rfTBrr. ef aaakele ?>. ?__?_?, 4m* ?WITBY ^I^mbtia ?flzrtte. I PUOI.I.SHKD DAII.Y AXD Tltl-WKKKLY AT luAZETTK BUILDING, .110 and 312 PKINCK STREET. I fEntered atthe Postofflco of Alexandria, Virginia, as secoiid-class matter.] Tkiims: Daily-1 year, Jo.00; 6 montha, |2.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month,4.1 eenta 1 week, 10 eenta. Tri-weekly ~ 1 year, >1.00: (i months 11.50: 1 months. 75 cents; 1 month, ? cents. '.'ontraet advertisors will not be allowed tooxeeed their spaee unless theoxcesa ia paid for at tranaient ratea, and under no eiretimslanees wili they be allowad to advertise other than their legitl mate business; in thespaeo eontracted for. . , BesolutionH ln inemoriain, ol thanks. tribnteaof reapeet, resolutions adopted t>y soeieticsor per&ons.unless of public oonceni. will be printed in ihe papnr aa advertlaementa. DIX ON ROIWIAI'.IT. John A. Oix, democratic nominee for governor of Now York, proached thedoctrineof republican cxtravagnnce, tariff and tav reform and the high cost of living laat night through New York'* crowded F.ast Side. He eampained hy automohile through a driving ram, ilasliing from hall to hall, aml winding up ahortly before midtn.ht in Harlein, where he took a linal shot at Theodore relt In all Mr. Dix addreased five meet inga. Tlie-evening's work followed an afternoon spent in Lrooklyn and Btaten taland, where he held two re coptions and addreaaed two assemblagca, "Overtaxation" and the republican menace t<> butmeaa, as ehaiged by the denioorats, was the texl of the short in formal speeches bo delived on these oc caaioni. HeaJdresieda rally al Cooper l'nion last night. At -he New Star Gaaino in Harlom he reverted t-? his attack on Booaevelt. "My opponent'a uominator, who is oonducting all there ia to thia campaign on the republican side." he said, "wishesto have you forgel and orerloob tlie record of the ropubHcaa party in this nation and State. He tries to lea I you uide into the diacuaaion ofqucs tioni wbiefa are of trival importance and ofnoconaequenceinthia campaign II ? iriahet you to turn from tbe ? iu. stions of the fighl -ihe high living. which comea home to every ? hold; the nccessity for an honeat and downward reriaion of tlie lariff, tho need for which even tberepublicana confoaa aml in which thoy bave juat i_ nominoiialy failed intbe Payne Aldricb bill; tbe frightful extrnvagance and di gracj fol corruption in public life which faave just been brought home to our npponenta. .! ..the. maltarf of IHse iu* portance be bopea you may overlook, and while be tclla you thal he was tbe diacovererof truths tbat were known by Moaea tbouaanda of yeara ago, be haa not diacuaacd any real issues. He tries to satisfy you with abuse and noiae, but I have too high an estimate of your patriotism and intelligence to think lie will succecd." BlS*a t'ream Halrei has been tried ar.d not foundwantlngtn thousands of homes all over the country. It has won a place in the familv medicinecloeetamong tbe rellable bouaehold remediea where itia keptat band for use in treatlng eold in the head juataa soon as some member of the bouaehold beglna the preUmlnary aneezing or anuffllng. lt gtvea Imme diate relief and a day or iwo's treatment will puta stop to a cold which might il not checked. beeome obronlO and run uto a bad case ofcalarrh. ll.WOC DlllVi; WIATOK*. A storm of graduully increasing in tenaity played havo.- al tl'.' Baltimore aviation field laat night. Rain, which with a high wind com pelled a poatponementoi tho day'a pro gramme, developed into something nearly approacbing a bliz/ard by mid night, at which time anow had been failing four hourv At ihe aviation field the wind to a relocity of 40 miles an hour, and at 11:30 p. m., the liangar in which were etored the American maohinea Waa blown down. In it were two Cur tiss maehines, two belonging to Drexel, and two to the Wrigbta. Half an hour later half of tbe European liangar went down. In it were Radley's machine, two bolonging to De Lesar-ps and 1 .a tham'a Antoinette. The complete collapoe of the foreign liangar followed in r few minutes. Several of the attendant-s had tiairow escape?. Willard. who is on the ground, predicts, from what can be scen tonight, that the dam.ige to the aeroplanes will be $50,000, and that it will be necessary to postpone tbe meet until Monday. The old, old story, told timoa with? out number, and repeated over and over again for tbe last 86 years, but it _ alwayi a weleome story to those in eearchof health?There is nothing in the world tbat cures coughs and cold.s as quickly as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creigh ton and Richard Gibson. ni itNKi) nor;* alive. Chief of Police Galiaway, of Aspin wall, a suburb of Pittsburg, Pa., appear? ed before Justice R. A. Sairn yesterday afternoon and pleaded guilty to cruelty to animals. an 1 paid a fine of $10 and OOBta. Galiaway was charged with burning dogs alive in the town filtration plant furnace. He was ar? rested on a warrant issued by the Weetern Pennaylvania Humane So? ciety, at tlie instigation ol foi iety people, who asseited that Galiaway would hit dogs on the liead just enou_h to stun them, then cast them into the filtration furnace. Indignant cilizens had been looking for him, declaring openly that they intended reckoning with him iu person. >VASTS LIXIONS HIRTRAMIN. Sereral of tha oldest traditions of trampdem *ere sbattaradl Wsdneaday aigkt fn C-iwge Iry Jams lads Mew. the "millionaire hobo" and national organizer of the Brotherhood Welfare Associ&tion. In an addreaa before the membora of tbe loeal branch of the association ho adrocated shower baths, fumigation, work for tho tinemployed and cushions" to ride on. Mr. How reported tho aaaociation to bo flouiishing inSt. Louia. KansasCity. Cincinnati and Neir York. He luccced ed in aecuring n unanimous vote to a resolution to appointaeommittee toeou fcr with railroad presidenLs regarding freo transportation in passenger coaehes to hoboes en routn to points where labor is in demand. The coiniuittee nlso wa* empowered to start a inovenieiit tow ird a national free eraployment bureau. Told Tbeir Lhild la ?*_& Eaneaa ('ity, Nov. :>. -Afterbelieving for seven years lhat Marilda Fuller. x. v.-i year.. old. was his daugbter, lu lins Fuller was toldin court Wedneaday by lna wife, who seeks a divorce, that tbe child was taken from a hospital and lubatituted for ber own that died at l.irth. Mrs. Fuller asked a divorce for non-support. Fuller asked posses-don of the child. "The child, you undorstand," Mra. Fuller told the Court, "is an ad doptcd one Impossible," said the huabaad. "Our child was liorn to us in Kt. Louia seven years ago." "It was boni seven years ago," Mrs. Fulltr explained, "but it is not our child. Mr. Fuller is a travcling sales man. Wbilebewaaon the road our baby was born and died. I grieved so j that I decided to adopt ababy that waa ? born in the hospital tbe same day that louradied. "Tbat'a a new one on mo,r Fuller aaid. "I don't believe the story. I want the baby." _BMT-~C-I) r<> JAII The lirst pri-ion sentenced imposed under a rccenl act of tlie Pennsylvania legislature for selling eggs unftt for food was paaaod by Judge Barratt in the (juarter sessions court in I'hiladelphia, y. aterday. wben be sentenced Georgo l>. Ellis a coniniiasion inercnant. to ihroe nionths in tbe county prieOO. I) Kllis was fined 1600 and ..f the prosecution. Abrahain Staplea, another egg dealer, whoni Bpeeial ageni Cnaahly. of the state dairy and pure food coiniiiission. stated "made a practice of boying up decayed egga and ahipping them to New York bakera," was also Bentenced to three mohtba in tho county prison. MOMMHHNI IN KEI). Lying in bed besidc her sleeping bnaband Monday night, Mrs. Antonio Valentino, ol San Francisco, heard ? oraafa o! glass and a inoment later saw two men climb through the window of tbe room from the porch roof with? out. Too frightened to cry out, Mra. Valentino watehed one of the intrudera j stoal up to tbe bed. place a pistol at j bei- husband's breast and fire a shot that brought death to the sleeping i man. By thetime the womau succeed ed in raising an alarni the murderar j and bis couipanion had escaped. Valentino with his wife and three cbildren arrived at San Francisco about four days ago, having come almoat direct from Italy. Mrs. Valentino says they left Naples hurriedly, her husband professing great fear for hia life for some raason not rerealed to her. Croup Ls most. prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young cbildren should be prepared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Cbambertain's Cough Romedy. Many niotbers are never without if in tlieir homes and it has never disappointed them. 8o!d by W. F. t'reightou and Richard Gibson. PROPOHALS. Offlee of Oonetrueilng Quarteamastev, Port Waahlngton, Md.. Oetober l">, iftio. Bealed propoaala, in trlplieate. for tho conatruction of a ti(>w sewer otitfall at Port Waahlngton, Md., will be reeeived bere until 190 p. m. November 7. loio. and then opeiicd. Information turnlsb cd on application. Enwdopea cortain ing propoaals should be inaorsed -Pro pos;ils for Bewer outftdi" and addreaaen Captain R, IL C. KELTOX. Construetinx (jii.irternia.ster. oc-l.-'-.-l ,no\ 4. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'M ASTHMA REMF.DV gives instant rellef'and an absolute eure m all eases of Astluna, Bronchltla and Etay Fever. Sold by druggiata: mail on reeelptorprleefLOO. Trial package by mail lnecuts. Williams Mfc Co.. Propa., Cleveland. O. For sale, wholesale and retail. bv K. N. Leadbeater A-Sona. Wedding Presents Beautiful pieces of Furniture, Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. i 6oi king yn__T. SPECIAL VALUE IN SILK PETTICOATS. 25 Black and Colored Silk Pettieoats, made ot good heavy rustlintf Taffetn Silk. A $5.00 Value FOR $3.98 D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. I of Alexandria, Virginia CA PITAL. * 100,000. SURPLUS. $ 125,000 I Patrons of our Savings De? partment will please present their passtooks for theentry of inter est to October 1,1910, therein. An 8-room House Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch. At Braddock Station. This house has modern plumbing. fine closcta. large bathroom and pantry electric lights. city water. iron fence with concrete columni, concrete cellarJarge windows on all sides, snd everything a peraon could want in a perfect suhurbin 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 thia house. F. L SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. Oscar F. Carter's New Store No. 505 King Street. Wholesale and Retail. ENTERPRISE MEAT CHOPPERS Univeraal bread and cake mi.vera, Pittsburg bread toaatera, wax tapera, gaa globea, mantals, gas chimneys, decorated parlor lamp globes, yellow mixlng bowls, Old Rebecca at the well tea pots, imported decorated tea pots, celebrated Miller oil heatera, nickel lamps, wood traya, paatry boards, ironing boarda,curtain stretch? ers, wash boards, galvanized tubs and buckets, lamp chimneys, wicks all sizes, candy jars, dinner aeta, 100 pieces, 25 different stylea, also in open atock. Blue ribbon white enamel ware all kinds. Handsome line jariinierea and toiletaets, 10 and 12 pieces, and other goods too numeroua to mention oct5 3ni By the box, pound or tab let, with cnvelops to match. SJF\Dyson&Bro* BOOKSRLLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Xext to Opera Honso. TbMijtiiifkA'i. ii n i 11 c yZku /V persons havlnjj elaims against tho estate of.MAHY T. IfOOKK, d.-eeased, are requested to present the name. pro|> erly authentleated. to tlie undersigned. j and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make Immediate pny mant. R.U.COX. [ ierattat Adatr. ef Via ry 1 Meere. atea'd 4aw\ Rrt VIRGINIA. In the Clerk'a Office of the Circuit Court of tho Clty of Alex? andria, on the 3lst day of Oetober. 1910. Lottie Byrne Pettit vs. EruestO. Pettit. In chaneery. Memo. Tho objeet of this suit ia to ob tain a divorce a vinculo matrimonil for tlie eoinplainant from the defendant, Erneat G. Pettit, to allow the romplain ont to resume her maiden name of Lot? tie Byrne, and for general relief. It appearing by an affldavit flled in this cause that the defendant, Ernost IO. Pettit, is a "on-resldent of thia ; State : It is Ordered: That aaid defendant ap i pear here wishin flfteen days after due i publieation vf this order, and do what is necessarv to proteet his interest in thia j suit, and that a eopy of this order be i forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Oazette, a newspaper publlahed In tbe ?? City of Alexandria, onoe a week for four ! auecessl ve weeks, and posted at tho front . door of the Court House of this clty. A eopy?Teate. N-VELL8. OREENAWAY, Clerk. Ii. Noel fcraraer. p ^f. ?0T1 -*t-f_ Corner King and Royai Streets Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, sccurity and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial &, Savings Departments on grounds of absolutr safety and satisfaction. offTc, rs Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidenv. 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 reasonablc prices and on exceptionally easy terms, several desirable and up-to-date homes, with large lots, in this choice sub-division, whieh we cordially invite your inspection. Salesmen will be on the ground every Sunday, or inspection by appointment any time. 9 laffl IIIIIILUII VI Wll, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. sepsa tr FOUNDERS AND MACMINI8TB J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machiniats' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittings, Valves. tfc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apecialty in repaira to Gaaolinc Engincs. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We solicit your ordera on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:! 514 Evans Building. Phone Main.7324 Phone Taylor's Pharmacy FOR A POUND PACKAGE OF Chocolate Crispo SIMPLY DELICIOUS SPECIAL, 33c DELIVERED PROMPTLY. ADMINISTRATOUS NOT ICE? Al peraona having elaims against the eatate ofJOSLPH DRKIFU8, deceased, are roquestcd to present tho same, pri>f> erly autbentieated, to the underaignod. and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immedlate pay mant. lt II. COX, .?ttMSaAinir.af Jesapk ?i_rrtra JeV_. Oeneral Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabier Room No. 4. Burke 6f Herbert Bldf. The ooropaalea repcaeeBted In \h\> ?ifliee h:ive assets of over $liX).'?" ?? Among othera ar<-: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool t? London bt Globe. /Etna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Sprinjfficld Fire V Marine. I roniptatteiition given toadjustment of lossosandall matters eonnccted with nsttranee. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS 01 i ll f: i?B WoRV>: 115-117 B. BOYAXBT. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Agrtcul tural Implementa. Vehiclea.Harneas. Field and Garden Secda. aaBaanoBBBi soi-th ottiob btbbby-i ox UNK Of BUUlBUBUi BAfLWAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andalikindsof MillFeed Will alway.s keep in stoek tho hlghest grade of these artieles. Virmnia.-in tbe Clerk'a Offleeoi the Corporation Court of tho City of Alexandria, onthe2I?tdav ofOetober, ber, IMft Sarah O. Hall vs. john W, Hall. ln cbaaeen. Memo. The object ol this suit is to ob i.iin lor tbe eoniplainant. Narah G. Hall. an absolute divoree from the bonds of matrimony from the defendant. John ty. Hall. and that eoniplainant be al? lowed to resnmo her maiden name ot Sarah Gollyhorn, and for sueh further and general relief as to equlty is right. It. appearing by an aflldavit filed in this eause that tlie defendant. John W. H.ill, is a non-resident of this State: It is Ordered. That said defendant ap pear here within fifteen days after due pnblieatJoa of this order, and do what in BBUT to protect his inferest in this auil, and that B eopy of this order bo forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gasette, a newspaper publisbed In tho City of Alexandria, once a week for four suceessl ve weeks, and posted at the fron' door of the Court Iloune of tbls alty A copjr?Tbbtb : JiimLS. CRSBTS*A.WAT. t!__k norrnrron Maaaura, p. q. ?*Bt2 wfl*-a BUILDING MATERIAI> LESTAHLISHEl) ISB.] Henry K. Field &Co., Suecessors t<> JOSiAII 11. D SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK Of ALL KINDS. Lumber, Ccment and Plaster. Office and Yard 115 X. Union str Factory No. 111 N. liee street. Material Delivered FREE in tbe city. I AM OFFERIXG KOR SALE EXTRA I'ANCy BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I guarantoe every pound to give satU ftiction. Frosh and Smokod Mcais. Grocertes and Farm Producta of all kinds. Telophoneordorsgiven prumpt attontion. Freo dolivery. F. C. PULLIN, Cornor Quoen and Royal atreets. ?Phone, Bolli?L,|Home 87W. jy!5 1y_ W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General CommtssionfMerchanta and dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Havo on hand Olbeon'B XX, XXX, XXXXand Pui-eOld Rye, Old Cabinet and Mnnogram Whiakiea; alao Baker'a and Thompsoti'R Pure Rye Whiakiea, to which they Invtte tho attentlon of the trade. Ordera from tbe country for mtntmt* dlae Bball reoeive prompl attentlon. Conaignmenta of Flour, Oraln and Country Produee Boliclted, t'?r arhioh thoy fciiaranlee tbe hlfbeal market prloea and promp returnsl Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep aia, Inditfcscion. Kidney and Livet Troubles. Leadintf Physiciana endorse it and tea tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. John Ahern & Co., Corner PrUMS and ('oniineree Streei WHOLESALE V RETAILGROCERa and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produee reeeived daily. Our Stoek of I'liiii and Kauey OrooeneS em braeea Bverytbinaj to be had in this line. We hold largely in L'nited States bond ed wari'lioiisu and earry in stoek varlou braadfl ofthe beal PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIEs made. HaYBalsolfl BtoteBuperiorgtadat Of l-'oreign an.i Ameri.-aii WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. ftfc Satisfaetiou Guaranteed as to Prlefl and Qualltr. Pure Pood Store. You Can Economize By buying FLOUR by tlie barrel. Your choice of the following kadinz brands at $6.00 Per ;Bbl Table Belle. Senator. Superlative. Premium We guarantee every ounce of the abeve I brands togive entire satisiaction. PURE FOOD STORE.' St. Aaaph and Oronoeo Streets. FORTHEBESTDESSERTS Order Bloch's PIES, CAKES Ai PASTRY Your family and fufltta will epprt their rich home mnde Savor. Speeial ordors will have (MI prompt atlCDlion. H. BLOCH Both Phones. Electric Lights, Do you appreciate tiie oonafort, convenien.-e. saiety and rconomy o( electric light*'' Fall is here and winter with it.s long night close at band, rlee tric lights are not a luvurvhut I neccs-uty. They add eheer in the dining room; make reading, -owing and thelike more pWs ant. Tlie control of the I iustantaneous, no matehes ro ijuired, no cleamng rcipiiredand no odor. Why not wire your home DOW before cold weather sete in. Call on us for particulara. ia Electric Co. 524 KING STREET.