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ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXI.--NO. 2W
i:\ILROADS
Southern Railway.
Trains leave L'nion Station, Aloxandria.
In effeet Oetober Ll I
tl ii Following ee_aedutollgureepuo
Hjhed ?nly U information. and aro not
Dally loeal between vTa__.
Inrton and Danville. _r___i_n_i
?:I7 A. M Dallj -Loeal Tor Harnson
borf and way atettona.
e IV A m Dally?U. j* Pfat aiaii.
Stonsonlv for paaaengeralbrpoliita aouth
? whieb sohoduled to atop. Flret olaaa
- l" Blrmlngham
rawiog room aleeping eara t<> TM*m
Orleana Dining e.ir aei rloe
;i it \ If. Dail/?Mail traln. Ooaonee
f.,r Nianasaas.Charfotteavllle.Lynehburf,
Danville and Oroenaboro. Sleeping eara
Oroenaboro to Atlanta.
1:47 P m Week daya?Loeal far War
rentofl and Harriaonburg.
Uy?Hirmingham Bpee?
ial. Sloepingeara between Xcw Tork,
Augiwta. Alkea and Jaeksonviilc.
Sleeper ?<? Blrmlngham, rhroujrh fint
.veon Waahlngton and
i... Dining ear serviee. Toiir
mia frnir timea weeklv.
,. SL-Wec "*? fcrHar
riaonburgaad way Btatlona on Manaaaaa
hrancb Pullman buffet n*riorear.
..:!- P. ?.?Dally?l~cal for Warren
U>n and ("fmrlotteaville.
10-n P M.-Dailv Waahlngton and
Chattanooga Limited rla Lynchburg).
i and sleeping cara to
Knoxville aud Chattanooga.
r t New orleans, Waahlngton to
Roanoke. Dlnlng earj?erviee.
ii.r-r \l -Dally SfowYork,Atlanta
and New i irleana Limited. All Pullman
traln. club and obaervatlon eara to New
Aleeping ears to Aaheyllle,
I koon and New Orleana. Sleep
l harlotte. Dining ear aorviee.
\. M Dail? Menu.lis speeial.
Sleepins eara and eoaohea loi Roanoke.
Knoxville, Saahville, Chattanooga and
Memphla Dining ear serviee Wash?
ington aleeping eara open 10*0 1 M.
trains from tho aoutna-rtve
la 6:13 and 6S aod 10fla.iB.
21.1 :..-. I >:i:?and ll*J I*. M-daily, llar
rlaoiibt.r, I1SW A. M. week.laysaii.l >:.f
l,ih. From Charlotteavllle 0-S
TRAINH ON TJLUEMONT BRANI tt.
I....W.. .loxam "? Statioo)
\. M .SAjand i
BIu? M.week daya foi
bur-' 1 ?'??. P. M. dally f"r Bluemont and
9m237J on Hundaya only for
Bluemont. .
dctailed schedule Bgurea, tloki i-.
Pollman reaorvatlon. ete.. apply to
\\ ILL1 VM O. I.I.IH u ?
Union Tleket Agent, Alexandria, \ a.
E II COAPMAX. (.ieooralManaeer.
s"ll. HARDWICK, Paa* Traf. Mgr.
H r CARY. Oeneral Passenger Agent
I eral Agent,
VVaiihlngton, 1?. ? ?
Washington Southern Ry.
Behedule lo eflfeel May IS, IMO.
Traina leave l'nion Statlo i tor Waah?
lngton and points north u J ?, bub,
i ..:_ .. m., 1201.3 30, ?.07,818and
II :t: p. m.. daily. , , .
For Frederiokaburg, Rlehmond aud
polnU?outhat4 37,7Si,oeall andI 1022
a. in.. 1216, |22, 617 (loeall I 12 and 961
^Aoeommodatioa for Frederiekaburg at
U j: -i. m.. dally. Oa week daya ?_
tr.iin runs through to Milford.
rrieofarrivabianddepa
and connectiona noi guaranteed.
W p. LAYLCR.Tramc Manaeer.
Rlch n m ?
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Railway.
[nefleel May 1,1*10,
iiwi aUaXAHDBJA.
F?r Waahlngton, from eomer Prtpee
?I -ij, ? VJ. ? _,
too, 9?, 1000, 1030and
11 10 1' ill.
loiYi ?"??
Leav,- Alexand/ ^r Mount Vernon
' ,'V, &-,__-,, 530,440, :,?.',.
vh _? naflOSOand UfiOp. m.
?__ctav_- 7*oo*?, 930, 1080, ll30
s 16 and 10 W p
Piles! /Piles! PiTes!
ivin___iB'fdlao l'ile Oiotment will
0UreBUmL#K?l?nf??d Itohlnr Plloa.
,:n1) sirtu:nors..U!..ys Iteblng at
;,:;..' ,lts /?> ponltlco, irivcs Inatanl
-_i?r WUams' Indiao PileOiotment
?nreD_re*rPileaand ItchWg ofthe
,- J ,'J. DrugglaU; mail V* an.l
^Vilriis MTg Oo., Propa ?
,'' | r, ftrnle, wnoleaale and retail,
' y s kdbeaterd 8ona
Ely'sCrjnBalm
ia quickr'or'xx!
Ci.es Rtf ?l 0nco
It rlrao* ?xith".
beala }jT?t0ct9
tho d/'T? In,,,u
braMr_^__OB
nnd drivea
J^J Cold ln tba
HJ.nickly. Uc
gt Jtho Kcnaeaof L_.
?jWnnd Suioll. Fullsiz" 50 cta., ntDni^;
Jfor by mail. In Hqnld form, 75 ceata.
jjllrothera, 5G Warrtia btreet, New Vork.
HAY FEVER
?ns P lUmnraoai, Gro. S. Fresch,
/ President. Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer aod
M iMKMlVlil'.llS Ol
Fertilizer., Fertilizer Matenals and
Suiphuric ftcid.
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria
Fertili/V.:r and Cheiuieal Co.'a Producta.
Cap-city 50.000 ton? per aneum.
PrlneoaB Street aad River
Wharf. Aleiandna. Vir^-tnla.
ADMLNISTRATOE- HOTICE All
ns having olalma agaii ? the
.VBKI.LE O. ORLtionV. u>
ceased. are requeated to present the
same, properlv authenticated. io ihe
underslgoed, and all paraona indabted to
.. ?t.ite are r^quired to uuiko imme
dut- tayuieot. K JL _?JX
itr_.*ut Mtmr. oflaakalre t ?rtgojy,
atN ,i ???TW.
^Jbftttbna (Sozrfte.
PUBI.ISHKI) I>AII.T ASDTP.I-WBKKLT AT
OAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312
PRINCE BTREET.
[Entered atthe Postofflee of Alexandria,
Vinrlala, as second-elass T-.mtcr.]
TBBMs: Dally?1 vear, Bj.oo; G months,
B2.50; 3 months, BliV 1 month.43 cents
1 week, 10 eents.
Tri-weekly -1 year, 83.00: <i montha
111.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, BJ
'"ontraet advertisers will not be allowed
to exeeed tbelrapBee unless taeexoesa
,-iidrorattransient rates. and under
no-circumstanccs will they bo al owo-l
to adrertlBe Other tb.in their legiti?
mate business in IBBBBBBB contractctl
Resolution.-. in mcinoriam. of thanks.
tributesof rcspoct, resolutions adopted
by societies or persons,unless of public
concern. will b? printed In tho pap.iv
m BdrerMsementa
STORM1* IN EUROPE.
A dorastating storm Wfcica has
covered four countrics, citlier ifl put
or in tbeir entircty, ifl BWeapiog tbe
soutbwe*tem part of Europe. Damage
to mean9 of commimication lias made
the report meager.
River8 throughout Franoeare iwol'
len, mwM of tlicni out of their bauks.
Damage has been done hy tbe arind
Bad the stgaalUng system ol the
Eifiel Tower has been dealxoyed. The
storm, whi-li started ni'-re than forty
Btght hours ago. in western Italy,
through upper Italy, Switzer?
land, BoathaaBtern Oermany and
Fraoce.
Baifl wbb falling ia torrents in vari?
ous parts ol Franoe yesterday, accom
panied by a cyclonio wind. From Le
M;uis, LJtnogea, Valeneiennes and
Yv.to came word that the stonn
was ragisg in those centers. The
lower portioM of the towua were inan
dated and many people bad l.n eom
pelleJ to Bee. In the rich rineyard
and larming districh cropfl heve beeu
washed out.
Tbe Beine lias riaen rapidly. Tbe
river Bfoaelle is between six and seven
bove iU normal beight and ia
filled with areckage, The Rboi
eery bigh nnd partfl ol the valli j
tl ?,d.l. Stoek has inffered b< i
N, i; ftimea the meadowa aere u
water yesterday and boata were utili
red to carry people from their bomea
From the coasl tritiea cam i repons of
marine disaaters. At Havrc Bmall
craft were blown from their moorinjre
,'ud were badly wrecked or carried to
open Bea. Passing ahipa pul into porl
,,,, icapti the ; iginj! waters ol the chan
hel.
From Uets, on Ihe Germnn frontier,
it was rep irted tbal tbe lioselle rir?r
there waerisingand that heavy rains
were iwtaping portions ol ;!"? frotrtb r.
From Geneva, Switzerland, came flim
ilar reports of bigh wiadfl aad beavj
downpours. Genoa wastbeceoter of
the Italian Bection of the burricane,
and advice yesterday say tlie Btorm lias
not abated. There were nninefOUfl
shipping diBBaterB and tbe lower part of
Genoa is Booded. All Bbipping Bched
ules are disarratiged.
Elj's Cream Halin has been tried ar.d
not round wantlnglnthousandsofhomci
all over the eountry. it baa woa a pmce
in the famiiv medicine closetaoaoug tbe
rellable houaehold remedlea where it ls
kept at band for use ln treattag eold ln
the head just as soon as some meiiib,-r
ol the houaehold begins the preliininary
aneezlng or snuftling. It gives iinme
rellefand a day or two's treatment
Will put a Stop to a eold whieli might If
not obeoked, beoome ehronle and niD
nto a ">ad eBM -.1 > itjirrh.
LABOR THOl'BLES IN PHILADEL?
PHIA.
C. O. Pratt, national organizer of the
Amalgamated Association of Street aud
Electric Raiiway yesterday OB a charge
of BBBBUlt and battery upon a detectivc
and |500 hail in Philadelphia OB B
charge of breach of the paaOB.
The motormen and conductorB em?
ployed by the Philadelphia RapidTian
lil Company have voted to strike wheti
ever the executive committee of the
loeal union or the national ofnoorfl
daem it expedient. Thia action was
taken while the men were. considering
b deadlock thal exista between tbe ar
bitratora who are conaidering an baae
of the last strike dealing with the raaa
to bo given the men. Rumors that the
motormen and oonductora of the Phila?
delphia Rapid Tiaiifit Company will
igain go outon strike are currcnt. The
men. it is said, are dJBBBtiflfied becauae
the companx,?has not given them tho
runs they held before the last strike
and also because of the delay of the ar
bitrators in setting the question of runs.
The executive committee of thoTrolIey
men's Inion held a session to discuss
tho situation. The men Tbnn
night, at a largely attended meeting.
gave the committeo autbority to eall a
strike when neccssary._
A MOTHER'* MAO ACT.
Mrs. Harritt Turner, 40 year.-- old.
shot and killed her 17-year-old daugh?
ter Margorie in Scranton, Pa., Thurs?
day night, and then sent a hullet into
her own breasl, inllicting what physi
i ians believc to be a fatal wound. The
tragedy was discovered hy a miUman
y. vtniiay, who found Mrs. Turncr half
buried ifl 16 inobefl of snow on her
front porcb. Her head was resting on
a pillow.
Mrs. Turner's husbaud, Wilhani,
Mid her son Willard. art iu the Uni
veraity of Pennsylvania Hospital, at
Philadelphia. The husband is in a
BBrioufl condition from asthma aud tho
son is being treatod for blindnessin one
eve.
The authoritios believo that worry
over ber family troubles temporarily
deranged Mrs. turner's mind.
An 11-year-old son who was in the
house when Mrs. Turuer tircd tlie shots
was not harmed. Ifl a lueid moment
Mr*. Turner told the doctors that
sbe loved the boy too much totake him
along with her into death. But she
fhougbt tbe daughter would have too
uwny treubles ia Hfa ane! deeiaed to
skeat har.
WORTH WEIGHT
_ IN GOLD
Lady Learned About Cardui, The
WomaiTs Tonic and is Now
Enthusiastic in its Praise.
Mount Pleasant, Tcnn.?"Cardui is all
you claim for it, and more," writes Mra.
M.E. Rail, of this place.
"I was a great suffcrer for 2 years and
was very weak, but I learned about Car?
dui, and decided to try it. Now I am in
perfect health.
"My daughter, when changing into
womanhood, got in very bad health. I
gave her Cardui and now she enjoya
good health.
"Cardui is worth ils weight in gold. I
recommcnd it lor young and old."
Being composed cxclusively of harm
less vegetablc ingredients, with a mild
and gcntle medicinal action, Cardui is
Ihe best medicine for weak, sick girla
and women.
It has no harsh, powerful, near-poia
otious action, like some of the strong
minerals and drugs, but helps nature to
perform a cure in a natural easy way.
Try Cardui.
N. a- Write to: Ladies' Advlsory Dept. CJ-tta
nooga Medicine Co.. Chaltanooja, Tenn.. for Special
initructions. and 64-pace book. 'Hotne TreatmeM
lor Women. sent la pUin wrappcr. on rcquest
LIFE SENTEXCE.
A-hury Spicer, who has tigurod con
spicuously in tho Brealhittcounty, Ky.
leadfl foi many years, was yesterday
given a life scntencc in the peuitentiarv
for the murder of his ncphew, Asbury
Fugate. The murder WBfl committeJ
last spring. Fugate was killed in a
leoeral tight last .lune, in whieh his
mother was wounded, and Spicer was
aided hy his lt'-ycar-old daughter and
12-year-old son Spicer was one of the
chief lieutenants ;for the late Judge
.lames Hargis. leader in the Breathitt
.- feud of aavBo yean ago, whieh
culmiaated in tlie BBfaaaination of
James Cookrfll <md Dr. U. I>. Cox.
Spicer wore that Hargis had hired him
to Icill several Breathitt county men
and c ?nfesscd to liis part h tho deatiis
kull aiiJ Cox. FoMowing this
oonfeasion many attempts were made
to aaoasmate Spicer, but he oscaped
each time with flight wounds.
The old, old story, told UuMfl with?
out number, and repeatod over nnd
over again for the last 86 yeirs, bflt
it is always a welcome story to thoso
in search of health?There is nothins'
in the world that cures cougbs and
colds as quiofcly as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by W. F. Creigh?
ton and Richard Gibson.
Croup is most prevalent during t'>e
dry eold weather of tbe early wiuter
months. Parenta of young ehildren
should he prepared for it. All that is
needed is a bottle of Chambertain's
Cough Remedy. Many mothers are
never without it in their homes aud it
has never disappointed them. Sold by
\Y. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson.
PBOPOBaUB. _
Otliee of Ooastruetlag Uuartermaster.
Fort Washington, Md.. October li, YJlu.
Sealed propowiU, In trlplicate. for tho
eoustruction of a new sewe.r outfall at
Fort Washington, Md., will be receive 1
here until 1:3) p.'m. Noveinber 7. IMO,
and then opened. Informatlon furnUh
ed on application. Knvelopes uontain
Ing proposalaBbOUld be indorsed "I'ro
posala for Sewor OutAvlI" and addrasaad
Captain R.H.C. KHLTON, Coastruetlng
Qiurtermastar._oi-i\:tl;j4.nr>vt.'
By the box, pound or tab
let, with envelops
to match.
SP,Dyson&Bro,
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS
508 KING STREET.
Next to Opera Houae.
_- It | fV'liaa-*"
ASTHMA! ASTHMA!
POPHAM'* ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all easos of AMhma, Bronehitis and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggista: mail on
rcceipt of price {1.00. Trial paekage by
mail ln cents. Williams Mfef'o.. Props.,
Cleveland, O. For sale. wnolesale and
retail. hv E. S. Lead bea tor *Sona.
Wedding
Presents
Beautiful pieces of
Furniture, Cut Glass
and handsome Orna
ments are useful and
ornamental presents.
SPECIAL VALUE
IN SILK
PETTICOATS.
25 Black and Colored Silk Petticoats, made ot
good heavy rustling Tafteta Silk. A $5.00 Value
FOR $3.98
D. Bendheim & Sons.
316 KING STREET.
_?__.
l
of Alexandria, Virginia
CA PITAL, $ 100,000. SURPLUS, $ 125.000
Patrons of our Savings De?
partment will pkase present their
pass books for theentry of inter?
est to Oetober 1,1910, therein.
King Street Real
Estate for Sale
Fine Business property on $Ling 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 RoyalfStreet, Alexandria, VaJ
City and Suburbah Propertiee. Stocka and Bonda
Oscar F. Carter's New Store
No. 505 King Street. |Wholesale'and Retail.
Univeraal bread and cake mizera, Pittsburg bread toaatera, wax tapera, ga*
globes, mantels, gaa chimneys, decorated parlor lamp globes, yellow mlxlng bowls,
Old Rebecca at the well tea pota, imported decorated tea pota, celebrated Miller
oil heatera, nickel lamps, wood trays. pastry boarda, ironing boarda,curtain stretch?
ers, waah boards, galvanized taba and buckets, lamp chinmeya, wicka all siies;
candy jare, dinner aeta, 100 piecea, 25 different atylea, alao io open atock. Blue
tibbon white enamel ware all kinds. Handsome line jardhneres aod toilet aeta, 10
aad 12 piecea, aad ather gooda too aamerooa to mt-Uoo
CiW *
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,
sccurity and accommodation.
Large and small aecounts invited in both our
Commercial & Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
OFFIC- 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 eent in our Savings
Department.
Cottage Park
ADJOIIMING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS
AT BRADDOCK STATION
City Water?Electric Llghts?Fire Protection
We offer for sale, at veryreasonable priees
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.
M, B. HARLOW & GO., INC,
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS,
1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C.
Phone Main 2458.
B0p8l tf
Foi'NDKKS AND MACHINI8TB
J. & H. Aitcheson
MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Agents
Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Supplics.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves. fifc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
Alexandria Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
SMITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a specialty in rcpairs to
Gaaoline Enfinea, Motorcyclca and
Automobile*.
We folicit your ordera on all kinda oi
Iron Work.
Bell Phone 53.
WASHINGTON OFFICEJ
514 Evina Building*. Phone Main|7S24
Phone Taylor'sPharmacy
FOR A POUND
PACKAGE OF
Chocolate Crispo
SIMPLY DELICIOUS
SPECIAL, 33c
DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
ADMIXISTRATOR _ X O T I <
persons having claims against the
eatate ofJoshl'H DRBLFU8, deeea
are requeated to proseut the sami>, prop
erly authonticated, to the iindcraigaed,
and all peraona indebted to aaid eatate
are requirad to ma_? irnmediate pay
imani. li. 11. COX,
-e^MBH-l-w eT.T<7ie?-?rerrv.i.4a?'d
twWiivk
General Insurance Agency.
Laurence Stabler
Room No. 4. Burke 4r Herbert Bldtf.
riie aompaalea reproaeated la t iii~.
ofllee have Haata or over 9JO9fiO9fi0O,
Among others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Liverpool t* London 6f Globe.
/Etna Insurance Co.
Northern Asaurance Co.
Sprintfficld Fire V Marine.
I romptattention given toadjustment
of lossesand all matt.-rs eonnected with
nsurancej
RICHARD H. WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
oFncB *j?b btubbb: lle-117 n. bjotalbt.
Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Atfricul
tural Implcmenta.Vehicles.Harneas.
Field and Garden Seeds.
WABBBBXWBBBi BOVTB cnion STUKKT. ox
I.IN"E OV SorTHFRV nAH.WAT.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
andallkindsof MlllFeod
i
Will always keep in stoek the highest
grado of these artieles.
X7TROIXIA.?In tho Cterk'B Ofllee ol
? the Corporatiou Court of tho Cit v ol
Alexandria, on the 21st dav of Octoher.
ber, 1010.
Sarah 0. Hall vv .loim W. Hall. In
i haneery.
Memo. Tlie object ot this suit is to ob
Uiin for the complalnant, Sarah G. Hall,
an absolute divoree from the bonds of
matrimony from the defendant. lohn
U*. Hall. and that complainant bo al?
lowed to resunie her maiden name ol
Sarah ixollyhorn, and for sueh further
nnd general relief a* to oquity is right.
It appearing byanaffldavit filedin thi*
eause that tho defendant, John \V.
Hall. is a non-resident of thls State:
Itis Ordered. That said defendant ap
jx-ar ber'- within fifteen days after due
puhli'-ation of this order. and do what is
neeessary to protect his interest la thla
suit. and that a eopy of thla order be
forthwith inserted in the Alexandria
i.\ a newapaper publiahed in the
City of Alexandria, once a week for four
sueceaaive weeks, and posted at tho from,
<l< or of tha Court Houm of this ?Ity.
A oopy?Taarra
Aoodv?T
a anamsAWAY, atajk
w*W-s
MBBBltrs, p. q. oOBBll
BUILDING MATERjAlj____,
[ESTABLISIIED 1S_>.]
Henry K. Field &Co.,
Successors to
JOS.AII II. D. SMOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF ALL KINDS.
Lumber, Cemcnt and Plaster.
Offlee _nd Yard 115 N. Unioo atreeL
Factory No. 111 N. Loe atreot
Material Delirercd FRF.K in the clty.
I AM OFFERING FOR SALE EXTRA
FANCY
BRISTOW GREAMERY BUTTER
38c Pound.
I guarantee ovory pound to give satis
t'action. Fresh and Hniokoa Me.ata,
Groccries and Farm Producta of all
kinds. Telephone ordera given prompt
attention. Freo dellvery.
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Queen and Koyal ttntrtt
?Phone. Bolli86L,|Homo 87W.
iyis iy_
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N. B. ''orncr Cameron and Koyal Streota.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
General CommiaaiontMerchanta
and dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
ITave on hand (Mbaoo'l X.V. XXX,
XX XX and Pure old Ity.-. old Cabinet
and Moiiograni Wliiskies; ;ilso Hakerh
and Thonipson'a Pure Rye Whlskles, to
j whieli they invitc tlie attention of tho
! tradc.
Ordera from the country for merchar
diso shall rocoivo prompt attontlon.
Consignments of Flour, Grain and
Country Produee Boliolted, for which
they f;uaranteo the highest market pricea
ancf promp retumat
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greateat known Water for Dyspep
aia, Indifeation. Kidney and Livei
Troublea.
Lead ing Physicians endorsc it and tes
tify to ita great merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist
John Ahern & Co.,
Coin-r I'riiim and Conuoerea stre?|
WHOLESALE V RETAIL GROCER^
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produee reqeived daily. Otti
Stock of i'lain and Faney OrOO-fba em
bracea everythlng to bo had ia thia line.
\\V liold largely iu United Stntew l>oud
ed wareliouse aud oarry io stook -ariou?
brands ofthe best
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
?nade. Havealaoin Btoroaupertorgndaj
of Foreigu and Amei i..an
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. *>.
Satisfuction Gtinninteed aa to Price and
Huality.
I'ure Food Htore.
You Can Economize
By buying FLOUR by the barrel. Ycui
choice of the following Ieadin? hrands et
$6.00 Per (Bbl
Table Belle.
Senator.
SuperUtive.
Premium
We guarantee every ounce of the above
brands to give entire satisfaction.
PURE FOOD STORE.'
St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets.
FORTHEBESTDESSERTS
Order Bloch's
PIES, CAKES Ai PASTRY
Your family and gUBtta will BPpn
their rich home made BftVOr. Speeiai
orders will have our prompt attention.
H. BLOCH
Both Phones.
Electric Lights,
Do you appreciate the comfort,
convenience, safety and cconomy
of elcetrie light
Fall is bere snd winter with its
long night c!o?r at liand, c|. <?
fric lighls are not a luxurybut ;i
nocoasity. They add cheer io
tho dining room; mako reading,
vwing and tho like more pleas
ant. The eontrol of tho light i,
iostantaneous, no matches re
iiuired, no cleaning requiredand
no odor.
Why not wire your home now
before eold weather aets in.
Oall on ua for particulara.
Alexandria Electric Co.
324 KTN? STREET.

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