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ALEXANDRIA, VA.. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1910 PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUMK CXL--NO. 264 KAILKOADS Southern Raiiway. Trains leave Union Swtion, Alexandria ln efjTeetOetober2, I \ u FoHowlafBeaeduleflgureflPUb | only BB iiiloriiiaiioii, and are noi ?! Dally looal between Wflak ^jif^-I^eallbr HBBtBBBB ^-^^rSnJ-u.ft fa* Mail , only torpaBaeagera for points south loh seheifuled to atop. Fin* elaea ? ,oplng ears to Blrmii and ilrawiai room I'eeplag bbib to Hew Ortoaiu Dlnlnr ear serviee. II 17 \ M.? l>ailv -Mailtniin. ( forM irfottesville.Ljnehburg, Daaville and Oreenaboro. sieepin;; ears (Jr- ?nsboro 1" Atlanta. ii:i' \t -Weekdayfl Loeal for War reaton aad Harriaaabtirf. 4X, n M.-Daily .-Hiriiuneham mto laJ. Sleoplnfeara hetween New York, A mrwita Aiken and Jackaonvllle. SlSr^B^ffllngham. ttrough tirst ?,,,?.s between Wash.agtor,i nnd ,nville. Dinlng ear aervlee. lour iat toCallfi.rnia four tlmes ?w Iv. ;vr M. W.-ek days- I.-x-i! f?r Har ,,?! ray statlona on M i l>rau.'li PoJlman buftet parlor ear. 5-12 P M.?DaHy?Loeal tor W ton and Charlotteavillc i,.'.; f M Dally- Washinfljtoa and , and sleeping i ?vllle and Chattt .rtoNow Orleana, Waahington to Dining ear aerrlee. li'l- !? M DeJly-New Vork, Atlanta aad New Orteans Limited. All Pullman train club aad obeerrflUon ean to New Orloam Sleeplng ears to A-lioyule, ,rs toCharlotte. Dining ear aervloe. Mompbifl apeelaL Slceoln-oara and eoaohea for Uoanoke. Iin.iv -??1 Momphia. Din i Jj*"1" Through trains from '-"<\e -,t Uexan.l i 1:1 ? "' d ?? - \''"' ! !::: Vi"! ? ua* y M.dally, lUr . M. week days and9:13 rRAINS ON Bl HRANCII. . ? Alexandria t\V. 4 0. Station) IH22A. M. '!:??; :md . burir i?''?'' P. M. dally for llluemont aml nly for Fordela'iled schtnlul lokotB, Pullman r.rvs.n. ete., apply to U'll.l 1AM *'? M.ll! W Ualoi n; ?x?"drla, \ a. K ii tX) M'M VN, G?nowl Manaeei s ll. II IRDWICK, Pass. Traf. M?rr. il | UARY, Oeneral Passenger Agent leral ^eat. W ishington, 1>. < , Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule la enael May 15, 1910, Trauu leave Ualoa 8( ilon tor Wash Ineton and points noi 18 aad . m., dally. , , i rlcksburg, Richmond and 12 and :?... I 1 ll |3 a. in., dally. On w ftk daya this tr.un runs through t<> Milford. Noi . ,.,,! not guaranteed. ?. TAY1 OU. rraffio Manager. \ a. W aahi a ?con, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Raiiway. M iv 1, 1910. ? . from e >i !n. 12 . | 6,510, 0,8 30. ,,. 1030, ll l'? and ll 6S p. in 10, - 10, - .. .,, , ?,. io o.io :?>. iu ?, n oo, n ,?.. 1200in., 1220, 12 ?, li?'. l -?, 120,3 10, l ? 0, 10 80 aad li 10 p. in. roll MOl'M VKKNON. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, Bl 8 i">. 658, 758, B61, 1025, 1125a, rri.. 1225, 1 25, 2 25, 380, 4 4 G ?*) 7 !?"?' s 50- '?':,;)- !" '?' and u M ''? m' 8an.layB-700. SdO 930. V':>\??:?.^ m ! O, 3 30, l 30. f> ?). i> 30. 7 A), S W and i'H'i P- '???______?_______-? Piles! Piles! Kiles! Wiiiuuns' Indlan Plle Oiatmeat will eUre Blind. Bleedlng and Itehlne Pllea. It absorba the turaora, allaya lU-bing at once actfl as n poidUoe, gives insuiut relief William- Iiiui.in Pile Oiutmeut is preparad for Piles and itehing of the prlvateparta. Druggiata; mail 60e and $1.00. WUltams MTf Co., Prone., t leve l.in.l i). For aale, waolaaale aad retaii, tiy i:. s. LeadbeatBral Bena AR?by,e CATABBH Ely's Cream Balm is quickly abaorttd. Giias Relief at 0 ce. It clean-'ca, soothee, hea? fttid protecta the di^-- .vxl mem. bM_ari ^tltingfrom . an.l drives awuv a Cold in tho Hm'1 quickiy. L-||AV fT_TR storos the Sensee of IIHI I bl a_.Il Taeto and Bmrll. Full size 50 ct.s.. at Drug gi*H <>r l.y mail. Iu liqdd form, 75 eenta. Lly Brot_era,M Warren Street, New York. John p, RoBfwaow, President. r.Ko. S. Fkp.NCH, rtaiy. Alexandria Fertilizer and MANfKACTl-UKR-* Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulptiuric Hcid. Ask your dealcr for the Alexandria Kortillror aad Chomlo-l co.'s Products. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Pnneess street and Potomac River Wharf. Alexandria, Vireinia. AD_fINI_~RATOR_ NOT1 Donwnahaving olalma againat the oflSABKLLEG. UREOORY.de tntflpd, are r.-questod I" present the propcrly authentteated, to the umlerM.iied. and all peraona indebted to aaid eatate are requlred to make imme 4_ta i.ivnuwit. R- *J- OOX. teraeuui Ad_Br. ef-eeelle #. ?_?_??-. ITHI.I-HKli PUl.Y -TO -__-W_B_ 1.1 AT UAZETTE BUI-DING. 310 and 312 I'KLWi. BTREET. [Enteredatthe Poatofl-oe of Alexandria, Virginia matter.] __?_?: Dailv-1 vear, fc'.OO; <> months. |2.50; 3 months, 81._i: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. .. Tri-weokly-1 year, 83.00: C months $1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month. -o "ontract advertisera will not bo allowed to exceed their Bpaoe unless the oxoess is paid for at tmusient ratea,and under nocireiimst.-u.ee'; will they bo aUow.nl to advertiae other than their legiti mate business m the spaee contracte-.l Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks. triboteaofreapeet, reeolutfona^dopttW by sooieties or persons,unless ofpublu. ooncorn. will !>e prlntod in the papoi MftdvprtisfMiients. guit_au?s widow di:ad. The widow of Charles J. Guiteau died recently at her home. io Omaha, where aho lived in retircment for years. ln that ritv she had been known M Mra Anna II. Allen, and the fact tliat aho was Um wifcof ttoanaa-i- of Pierident lames A. Gartield had been kep* so ?eerel that oomp_r_tirely Um pcmo-b knew that the quiet Mrs. Allen ligurod in ono of the greatest tragcuVs of American history. Throughout her Omaha re3idcn<:o, Mrs. A'itii persislently refused to talk of the nigbtmare period ol ber Kle, aud it ?_? onlv from a word now and then dropped by ber thal tbe full Btory ia known. "That is pau; let it rest." wa.-* tho naual way in which ?ho waa wool to parry any attempt tO question hei oerning Guiteau. The name ol Guiteau does not appeai on her graveetone. Mrs. Guiteau. maiden name was Bunn. While living in Freeport, 111., she met Quiteau in 1877. Rwn in tboae daya Guiteau leaoed toward an ar(;hy uliar ideasof govern? ment Concerning her oonrtabipand marria_e Mra. Allen wm always reti md even with licr daugbter, Mr-. Williama, sh,- never dlacnaaed Ihosc days. Tn.it they were iinhafipy one bowerer, is known. Bul tbej did taal 1 ?ng. Within two yeara Iron wedding day Mra. Quiteau obtaim divorce ontbeplenof cruelty. Guiteau wa. aubject to violent and terrible Hta .'.f tem|?-r. After her dirorce f">m Guileau, Guiteau went lo Boulder. Col., wbore sbe in I880!m_rri actoi uamed were ,. sj ling in ! * '':imi't,,rU ! been Bhot l.y O"I can raaily l. i eve that is my firel drs. Dumiiire ia reported to n, "He ia tboroughly capable ol tlie <U-<<\." _ i Then came the long trial, in which an att mpt iraa made <? _bi n ih. govom menl playi il ita big trurap. Mr- Dun ra* called to the witneai atand she told of the yeara she bad lived with Guiteau. told of hia vudenl tempei and ol hi- anarchiatic i le ia While Guiteau awaited hi death hia eretwhik) orife buaied beraell in the wel , !n. soul. She brought him a Bible and did whal abe eouM to bring ahout biarepentance, In 1886 Mra. Dunmire aud her 1ms i.aud aeparated and abe obtained a di rorce. Bbe manied ESnoefa Allen in Chfcago- Again there was a aepara* .nd Mr-. Allen moved to Omaha. Five yeara a<.?> abe got a divorce from Mr. Allen. _ Ely'a Cream llalni has been tried .v..l notloundwantiugin thouaandaofb all over the country. 11 has won a place in thefamiiv mediclnooloaetamong tbe reliable bouaehold remedlea wbere itli kept at hand for uae Ib treatlng eold ln tbe head just aa aoon as some member ofthe bouaehold begina tbe prelimlnary aneezing or muffllng. It gives Imme diate relief aml ? day ?.r two'fl treatment wiUputaatop to aeokl wbleb mlrbt ii not ebeeked, beeeme ebmale a'"1 ruaj nto - bad case ofmtarrb. Tll\NK?*t;IVIN(. PIHX l.\*1A1IO*. The president has iaaued the usual proclamation setting apart the laat Thursday in this month aa a day of Thankagiving aud prayer. Tlie follow ing is tho proelamattou: "This year of W10 is drawing to a close. Tlie records of population and harvcsts. whicli are ihe indcx of progress, show vigorous national grnwlh and the health and prosperous wcll heing of our comnuinities throughout this land and in our possessiousbeyond Um fleaa. These blessings have not desceuded upon us iu 1 estricted lneaaure, but overflow and aboutid. They are the bleasings and bounty of God. * "We continue to be at pcacewitn tbe rest of tbe world. In all essontial matters our relations with other people aro harmouious, with an ever-growing real ity of frtendliness and deptli of recognition of mutual do endence. It is espoeially to be noted that during the past year" great progress bas been achieved in thoeause of arbitratton and the peaceful settlement of iuternational disputcs. "Now, thcrofoie. I, WilliamHoward Taft* pr'esidcut of the United Stated of Vmi'rica. in accordance with the wise custom of the civil magistraU- since the tirst settlement in thia lanj, and with the rule establishcd from the foundation of this government, do ap p int Thursday, N.-vmiLci 24, 1010, as a day ol national thank?givmg BBd r, BBJoiotng the people upon that day to meet in their churches for the prai>. i | Almighty God and to return beartfelt tlianks to Him for all His : 1 loving kindfli PAKI* KIJMTS HOI1HLF. SKIRT. The hobble skirt is dead in Paris. It has been killed by a succession of accidents. During the last few weeks w iinen wearing this peouliar costume have fallea -o oftan and so awkwardly that SBvaral arm; asi leg* bare Bbbb WORTH WEIGHT __IN GOLD Ladv Lcarncd About Carduf, The Woman's Tonic and is Now Enthusiastic in its Praise, Mount Plcasant, Tenn.?"Cardui is aU you claim for it, and more," writes Mrs. M. E. Rail, of this place. "I was a great suffcrer for 2 years and was very weak, but I leamed 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. 1 gave her Cardui and now she enjoyi good health. "Cardui is worth its weight in gold. I recommend it for young and old." Beins composed exclusively of harm less vegetable ingredients, with a mild and gentle medicinal action, Cardui Is the best medicine for weak, sick girla and women. It has no liarsh, powerful, near-pots onous action, like some of the strong minerals and drugs, but hclps nature to perform i cure in a natural easy way. Try Cardui. N. W-Wrttt to: Lad_?' Adrlsmy Dept, Cb-Ha Booga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.. lor Special Instrttctions. ana 64-p3pe book. Home Treatme.l lor Women." ?ent in uUia wrapper. oo rojuut. ____-?__??.?????___??_?-?~ broken, and the Parisieiuie has now definiteiy decided against ihn hobble skirt. Tlie deckiion baa brougbt with it ? curious little crieis in the aecond-hand clothea trade. Atthe old cJothee mar? ket i_ the Teinple thousand of hobble skirta are oo sale al pricei rarying from four aliillings upward?hul tberd are no boyora. The "midinettes "? or dressmak>: < and milUnera1 aaaiatanla who are ihe DSual . ustomers, are just aacareful o\ their limhaaaother persons. .and ibe balea of hobble skirts will before long probably he exportod to tlie col OTlics. Tbe old, old story, told timos with? out utimber, and rcpcated over Bfld over again for tbe last 86 yeara, bnt it [fl always a welcome story to those in Bearcbof health?There i? nothing in tbe world that curefl roughs and ooldfl M quickly as rhamberlain's Cougfa Batfledy, Sold by W. F. Creigh? ton and Richard Gibson. Robirt A. Criinip, former cashior of j the Federal BankingCompany of Moxi-' co City, was Bentenead on Saturday to 12 yeara Impriaofluneot foi stealing 168,000 The manifestation of the strikers at BadAbell, Spain, was rep irted at .Madrid urday to be a fizzle, only twalw hundred pereonfl joifling in the mora iiiint; tbey were easilydispersed. retary Ifeyer has presented to the piteideiil his plan lo abolish minor n.ivy yards and savc the navy $1,000,000 ii year. t'roup is most prevalent during the dry eold weather of the early winter months. Parenta of young ehildren should he prepared for it. All that is needed ifl a bottle of Chambertain's Cough Remedy. Many niothers are uever without it in their homes and it has nevet disappointed them. Sold by ty. F. Creighton and Richard Gibson. \ By the box, pound or tab let, with envclops to match. SPeDyson&BrOe BOOKSELLERS aod STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. N'ext to Opera Houao. _??-:.? X. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'K ASTHMA REMEDY gives instant relief and an absolute eure in all eases of Asthma, Bronchitis .nd Hav Fever. Sold br drugglsts; mail on reeiptof price ?l.oo. Trial package by mail 10 cents. WUUaota Mfg Co.. Propa.. Cleveland. O. For sale. wholcaale and retail. by E. 8. Leadbeater ASons. _ Beautiful pieces of Furniture, Cut Glass and handsome Orna ments are useful and ornamental presents. A GREAT LESSON in Economy for the People of Alexandria Compare these A & P priees for stan dard Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Ex tract and Groceries with the priees you pay else where. Granulated Sugar, 5c lb. Special Priees for This Week Sultana Peas. a can .... A ?? P Corn, a can .... lona Tomatoes, 2 cans for . , Beets, a can. Choice Cranberries, 3 qts. for Marshall's Kippered Herring, 10c 2 cans. 25c 10c Quaker, Mother or Grand |^c mother Oats. 3 pkgs for . . 25c 25C Japan Rice, alb. 05c Evaporated Peaches, a lb . . 10c Citron. a lb . . . . . . Orance or i_emon Peel, a lb Full Cream Cheese . . . Baker's Cocoa. Paper ShellAlmonds . . Soft Shell Walnuts . . . Brazil Nuts. Sicily Filberts. Fancy . 20c Malaga Grapes. 12c 15c Layer Figs. . 12c 18c Pitted Dates. 12c 20c P fif P Dates. package .... 05c 22c Layer Raisins, lb. 10c 18c Sultana Raisins, package . . ? 15c 12c A & P Currants, package . . ' 1 Oc 13c Grape Fruits. 07c 18c Lemons, dozen. 23c Senate Coffee, 25clb. Congressional Coffee, 35c lb. Golden Key Mixed Tea. 60c lb. Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 525 King St. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E. Corner Oameroo aad Royal B WHOLESALE GRCCERS Oeneral CommiasionjM.rchania and dealers In ALL K1ND5 Of LIQUORS. Have on hand Glbson's XX, XXX, XXXX aadFareOld Rye,Old CSablnot and Monogram Whlakiea; il i Baker fl and l hornpaon'a Pure Ryo W hlaV whieh tbey iuvite the Bttantlon ot Ibe ttade. Orders from tbe eountry iur merenas* disenhall reeeive prompt attentlon. ConBigameata of Flour, Oraln Bfld Countrv Produee aollcited, for whieh tbei ttawaateethehii hea* market prieefl and promp returaat Otterburn Lithia and Ma^ nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyapep aia. Indigeation. Kidncy and Liver Troublei. Leadinjf Phyaiciana endorae it and tea tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist John Ahern & Co., Corner Prinoo and Commeroe Street WHOLESALE ar RETAILOROCERi BflBd dealers In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country produco reeeived daily Uur atock of Plain and Faucy Grocenea em braces everytbiBg to be had iu this line. We hold l'nrgelv In I'nitodNtates liond ed warebooae and e.?rry in stoek various brands of tbe beat PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have alno in store superior gradea nf Foreign and Ameriean WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. Vc Satlafaction OnarnnU-pdas to Priee and tuallty. Pure Koo I Store. You Can Economize By buying FLOUR by the barrel. Your cholee of the following leading branda at $6.00 Per Bbl Table Bellc Senator. Superlative Premium We guarantee every ounce of the above brands to give entire aatisfnetion. PURE FOOD STORE.; St. Aaaph and Oronoco Streeta. FORTHEBESTDESSERTS Order Blfltb's PIES, CAKES Ai PASTRY Your family and giBHBfl will appreciate their rich home made flavor. Special orders will have our prompt attention. h. eTLToch Botk PlianiM. SPECIAL VALUE IN SILK PETTI COATS. 25 Black and Colored Silk Petticoats, made ot good heavy rustling Taffeta 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 Patrons of our Savings De? partment will please present their pass books for theentry of inter? est to Oetober 1,1910, therein. If You Want a Good Medicinai Rye Whisky-the Right Kind WAKEFIELD RYE ia what you want. AJao try aome of our tine Imported Winei) and Gio. Lowenbach Bros., Corner King and Royal Streets: Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary* Depositary for tbe state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every faciLity for busine: .. security and accommodation. Large and small aecounts invited in both OUf Commercial & Savings Department/, on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction. OFFiClRS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidenv. wm. B. Smoot. Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. I 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 Saving? Department. Cottage Park ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS AT BRADDOCKgSTATION City Water?Electric Lights?Fire Protectioo We offer for sale, at very reasonable priees and on exceptionally easy tenr.s, scveral 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. CO., INC, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, 1410 H Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Phone Main 2458. Mp9 tf General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke tf Hcrbcrt Bldtf. Tho companli- represeuted in Wl offlee have mtl of ovwr f-ioo.mvi'io. Among otliers are: Hartford Fire InauranceCo. Liverpool Gf London V Globe. i_tna Insurance Co. Northern Asaurance Co. Sprinffield Vire tf Marine. i romptattention given u>i>djustnieut of los^eaandall matmra eonneeted with nsuranee. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS orrtcm am. ?ro__: Itt-lll n. rotalht. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Africul tural Implement?. Vehicles.Harneaa. Field aad Gardcn Secda. WAR.KHO.M_l. BO-TH CHIOJI BTBKKT, OJf LOT OF HorTHKBJI BAIL-AT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feod Will alwaya keep in atock the highest grado of theao artielos. VIRGINIA.-In <ho Clerk'a Offlco oi tbe Corporation Court ofthe City of I Uez-Odln'a. on the :i?t day of Oetober.' ber. I'M". Siirnli "i Hall v<. lohn W, Hall. In ebanoen \lemo. The objeet ol thia auit is to ob t.nin for Uie .-oniplainant. Sarah ir. Hall. nn :ib?olut.> divore.- from the booda of matrintony from the defendant. John W. Hall. and thar romplainant be al? lowed to rrs'imo her maiden name ot Sarah Oollvhorn. and for such further and general relief aa to equity i? rigbt. It appearing by an affldavit Clcd in thia eause tliat the defendant, .lohn \V. Hall. Is a non-reaident of thia State: It la Ordered, That said defendant ap? pear here within fifuvn daya after due publication of thia order, and do what la necoisary to proteet his intereat ln thia Kiiit. and that a eopy of tbia order !*? forthwith inaerted m the Alexandria Qaaett-, a newapapcr publiabed in the Citv of Alexandria, oneca we*k for four sne?<,'risire weeks, and poated attha rronr, floor oftbe Court HoiiM of tntseity A eopy?Tsstb : _ MvTBI/L-. ?*?_.'.*. WA X_??k. R?brl*?? __???ura, p. ai., ??i_B?'*W?i FOUNDERS A*D MACHINE J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Moto/s Engineer and Machiniats' Suppliet Pipe. Pipe Filtings. Valvca. ttc. Blacksmithing & Repairirg Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Wte FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apecialty in repairs to Gaaoline Engmea. Motorcyclea ind Automobile*. We aolicit your order> oo all kiads ot Iron Work. Bell Phon - 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE:} 514 Evans Building. Phone Mam;7324 P^ne Taylor'sPharmacy FOR A POUND PACKAGE OF Chocolate Crispo SIMPLY DELICIOUS SPECIAL, 33c DELIYERED PROMPTLY. ADMLNLSTRATORS XOT 11 pcrsons having clam* againat estate ofJOKLPH I>RE FC78, daeBBBBdi are requeeted to presen tho same, prop? eriy authontieatpVi, to tho uoderslgnisi, and all porsons indebted to said cstato aro re^uirad to make immediat* pay mant. K. II. COX. m~~9~tykXlLA~' ??re**"vh Br?IBr->, 4o?'<!