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Your Last Chance
ISNOW
To get one of thoae attractive and complete eight room.and both
houae! with a dry. britfht concrete cellar. furnace. open fire
placeJgaTand electric li.htt. and every modern conveo.ence and
a lot 180 feet deep.
There is only one left
2__3?1ft^b.,5S_^l?^^
_.d Uv_eomfortable and happy thi. comintf w.nter. Aak any
Me in Roaemont how they like Imng there.
They are all hoosters, no knockers.
F. L. Slaymaker,
313 King Street.
THE ROSEMONT MAN.
I
FOR RENT
Storr 602 King Street.
Store Corner King and Pitt Streets.
822 South Patrick. ??.?> ^^^tTT^^^Z K
ro-r v--iii Alfred . $10.50 w'Jo Lomtnerco..- t7 rn
Business and Residenee Property for Sale.
Insurance of Every Kind,
HARRIE WHITE,i&-&c_-wa
ESTABLISHED I8T0
THE RAMMEL CAFE
AHHOimCES FOR TEE F-lT-TD WINTER SEASOH THE MWa
Cherrystone Oysters. Select Potomac R.ver Oysters.
and Reed Birds.
EVERYTHING SEASONABLE.
STATEHENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER J, 1910.
OFFICERS
O. ?. BOOTHE. Pr.id.nt "ftaJ^^K
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Prea.deot J- h GRBEN. AmimUui -*
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENO T BAER. JR.
M B. HARLOW -with
FRANCIS L. SMITH
GEOIEJWARFIBLD
JAS. F. MUIR
WALTER ROBERTS
RESOURCES
Loana and Investmonta, *?&12k?
I'.S. Bonda. %4m8
Banking Houae......... 73.291.61
Due from Banka and Re
serve Agenta. 'gjgS
LIABILIT1ES
rar,iuj .1100,000.00
ShiVand l*ro_ta. Ig.TJl.g
Clroulatlon. ?s?'v
DepoaiU. "S>ki
Other Liabllitiea. !"???
|1^29,179.G1
. Per Cent F_icL. 6.000.00
11,329,179.61
Thia bank with ita amplo capital and aundna. Ita adeouate ^?'Pment
and?1 Uea aolU the accounta of manufaeti.era, wha^lera. retai.er.
aml ndIviduala on the best terms eonaistent with aound banking.
No aeeount too large to be handled aatiafaetor.ly; none too .mail to be
appreciated. ^____________________________>
When Buying Fuel
The conaumer must always figure on the ac
tual amount of heat and comfort that ia got
ten for the money spent.
We believe that our connections of long
standing, coupled with the large amount of
fuel that we buy, make it possible for us to
sell the very highest grades of Coal and Wood
at priees that are cbeapest to tbe consumer.
A trial order of our Coal and Wood, or an
opinion from some of our satu-ned customers,
wiU prove ttat our idea of putting quality
firat is correct.
W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC.
Order Oifice, 529 _iu_ Street.
Virginia Saf eDeposit&Trust Corporation
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
Author uad|C apitsl J? 1.000.000.
tPaid in Capital. SSOO.OOO.
DIRECTORS
C. J. Riaey. John P. Robinaon. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry R.
Field. Henry Baader. George S. French. J. K. M. Nortoa.
Wc act aa Exccutot. Adminittrator and Tru-tee. Iaaue Fidelity. Contract.
Official and Judicial Bonda. General Banking and Truit Buaineaa Tranaacted
Intcrcat paid on Savinga Accounta. We aolicit the accounta of Banka. Corpora
___, Firm- and Individuala. and promiae liberal treatment ?o_*_t?_t wilh
aam__. W-J-j-g ?_?_>?-? > jMI _:
M i.VDAV i.VENlNO. XOV. 7
Threo of ? Klnd.
Dapre*. the great but 111 favored
French tenor, was once walking from
the Grand Opera House ln Paris witb
the baritone Barollhet, who was not
an Apollo eltber. They happened to
meet Perrot, thedancer, a man of very
great ablllty, but short and thln and
so ugly that n manager onco said he
could never cttgage Perrot unlass for
the Jardln des Plantes (zoological gar
dens), as ho engaged no monkeys.
Perrot told them the story, and
when Duprcz laugbed at him Perrot
said: "Why, surely you need notlaugh.
If I am ugly I am certalnly not ao
ugly as elther of you."
"You monkey," sald Duprez, "thls
dlfference shall soon be settled." And.
seeing a stranger pass who appeared
to bea gentlemnn. "Monsleur," sald he.
"will you be so good aa to arbltrnte
In a little dlfference of opinion be?
tween ua?"
"With pleasure," sald the stranger.
"If I can."
"Well," said Duprez, "Just look at
us and say whom you conslder to be
the ugllest of the three."
The gcntleman looked for some time
from one to the otber and tben sald.
"Gentlemen, I give it up; I cannot
posaibly declde." nnd went nway roar
lng wltb laughter.
Better Late Than Not st All.
The pastor of the little country church
had been much nnnoyed by having the
members ef his conc/regatlon atraggle
In long after the service had begun.
One Sunday morning, when he felt that
furtber forbearance with thls fault was
lmposslble, he decided to rebuke some
consplcuous offender. About twenty
mlnutes later than the proper hour
there entered a mlld mannered little
woman, one of the regular attendanta
of the church, but qulte incorriglblo ln
her tardlness. Tbe minister looked up,
fixed her with his spectacles and re
raarked:
"Slster, you are very mucb behind
time. I hope you will not be ao late ln
getting Into heaven."
The little woman looked up, smlled
sweetly and without a trace of confu
slon replled placldly:
"I shan't care about that, doctor, so
long as 1 get there."
And now the pastor feels that the
gmlle that went round the church some
how Bpolled tbo effectlveness of his
reprlmand.?New York Tribune.
Chineaa and tho Morao Coda.
Dlfflcultles of tho Chinese language
wero ably demonstrated when the
problem arose of adaptlng it to tele
grapby. How was lt possible to apply
the Morse alphabet to a langnago
whlch has no alphabet at all, but con
sists of nearly 44,000 characters?
Then lt was lmposslble to treat Chi?
nese phonetlcally, writing down the
sound of the Chinese words in Euro
pcan letters and translating them Into
Morse dots and dashes, because no
Buch Bystem could deal with the Chi?
nese nlceties of lntonatlon. Tbe in
genlous solutlon came from a Danlsb
professor. Ile almply codlfled the
7,000 commonest Chinese characters,
represcntlng each hy numerals. Thus
the Chinese word for "cash" became
0030 ln the code, and the operator had
only to send the code signal for that
Rachel'a Onion.
I was amused hy the observatlona of
a retlred actress wbo sat beside me at
the Conservatoire examlnatlona and ln
an undertone thought aloud ns tbe
recltAtlons went on.
"Why ao much weeplng and wrlng
lng of the handaV" she said of a can?
didate attempting Audromnque. "How
abe flpolla her nlce young face in at?
tempting to force tears from her eyes!
At thls dlatance nobody could scent an
onion ln her pocket bandkercblcf
Racbel resorted to tbat trick in
'Adrienne Lecouvreur,' and tbe tears
flowed freely without facial contor
tlons. I heard it said tbat aa ahe left
the stage sbe gave tbe onion she bold
to Prince Napoleon to eat in nalad nnd
tbat be did ao."-PBrls Letter to Lon?
don Trutb. _
Inauranco Gambling.
The Britlsher's favorite gambling la
Insurance gambling. Ile will take out
a policy against anything, from the
death ofthe king 10 the loss of a horse
race by a thorougnbrcd. Marlne In?
surance gambling by those who have
no direct lnterest ln Ahe safety of a
shlp or Its cargo gvew into sueh abuses
that parllament was compeiled to pass
a drastlc act io prevent sueh gambling
on marlne accldeuts and losses by
those not otherwlse concerned.
Ths Inapiring Bagpipea.
It was at a seaslde resort. and alons
the board wnlk rame nuircblng a hand
of highland bagpipera In full costurae.
They were trcmendous fellows. but
their music. to mj uutntowl eara, was
like the squeallngs of ftorty stuck pius.
Yet I have uever heard BtrBlBfl to com
pare with tbeJrfl for arouslng a desire
to dle for one's country. I ihlnk bflg
pipe music must bave been fasbloned
hack in the old days by some demon of
perversity out of Ihe whlstle of ar
rows. theclash of claymores, theneigh
lng of war steeds and the BBrtekfl of
the dying. When I hear It I think of
the wheel of fortune, the ear of Jug
gernaut, the miils of the gods and tho
Inqulsltorlal rack and screw. It
whlrla along with a cyclonlc rhythm
that sets the feet to tramplng and the
blood to boiling.-Robert M. Gay ln At?
lantic. _
A Scandal Spoiled.
"Of course be and his wife seeni de
voted to each other now." sald tbo
Jealoua Misa Gaussip. "but do y i
think she will always be so true and
all tbatr
"Well," replied Miss Kldder, "I bave
resson to know that only last nigbt he
had occasion to set a trap for her."
"Ah! Do you know, 1 suspeeted
somethlng"?
'They more than auspected. They
gflBTw there were mlce ln tbe house."?
PhUadelphla Preaa.
Lame back comea on auddenly and is
extremely painful. It is cflnartJ by
rhsuraAtiem of tbe muscles. yuick re?
lief ia aStorded by applying Chamber
f_fB_fc b%Bbbbc:. Sold' by W. ||I.
argt^tsD an'I Hfebtrl Brlbaen.
In Sudden Emergencies
like illness, it is often necessary
quickly to raise the temperature of ?
room. For instance, in those hours
between midnight and dawn, when
the day temperature has been allowed
to drop, if you are called upon to
get up, the room is chiiiy and cold.
It takes a long time to start up a
furnace or fire and raise the tempera?
ture by ordinary means.
You can instantly heat ? room to
any desired temperature with a
ERFECTIO]
SlHOKLtCSS
Absolatibf tmokeltts and odorlm
It quickly gives heat, and with ona fllling of the font burns
steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. Has auti>
matlc-locking flame spreader which prevents the wlck
from being turned high enougn to smoke, and is easy to rernove
and drop back, so the wlck can be cleaned in an Instant. It has a
cool handle and a damper top.
An indicator alwaya ahowa the amount of oil in the font. It haa s flller-cap
which does not need to be screwed down; lt Is put In like a corkin a bottle, and ia
attachcdto the font byachaln. ?________*___?_
Tha bumer body or gailery cannot beoome wedred, bacaa-e aiasit
device in conatruction, and conaequently It can alwaya be easily ? naere-ed la
an Inatant for rewlcking. _,a__a____ ____i
The Perfectlon Oil Heater is Bnlsbed in )apan or niok&L It ia s?root, darawa
and well made, built for serviee, yet light and ornamental.
Dealers Bverywkere. tf not at yxrs. write for deseripttsm c*__r
h the nearest agtttcy cf the
Standard Oil Company
d-aorporaiad)
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 RoyalStreet, Alexandria, Va.
City and Suburban_Propertiea.
Stocka and Bonda
An 8-POom House
Hot Water Heat. Front and Back Porch.
At Braddock Station.
Thi. houae haa' modern plumbing. fine cloaeta. large bathroom and pat.try
electric lighta. city water. iron fence with concrete columns. concrete ccllar.large
windowa on all sidea. and everything a peraon could want in a perfect auburban
home.
Easy Terms.
Discount for Cash.
See Geo. M. Reynolda. near Braddock atation or let me know when it will
suit you to go. and I will take you to aee thia houae.
F. L. SLAYMAKER
_313 King Street. ________=__
For RentFor Rent
1314 KingSrreet.
Fine Store Room,
$25.00
801 Duke Street.
10 Room Brick and Bath.
?25.00
1450 Duke Street.
Store and Dwelling.
?25.00
424 S. Washington Street.
11 Room Frame and Bath.
?20.00
1000 King Street.
Fine Store Room.
118.00
1305 King Street.
7 Room Frame.
* 15.00
1700 Prince Street.
New 6 Room Frame. with
deep lot.
S12.00
601 S. Alfred Street.
7 room Frame.
$12.00
good
1827 Duke Street.
7 Room Frame.
? 12.00
335 S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Frame.
? 10.00
337 S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Frame.
? 1000
127 Prince Street.
8 Room Brick.
? 10.00
601 S. St. Aaaph Street.
Store and Dwel'ing.
?8.00
314 S. Henry Street.
b Room Frame.
?8.00
407 Queen Street.
6 Room Frame.
?8.50
619 S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Brick.
? 7.00
John D. Normoyle
KTNG AND ROYAL STREETS._
Oscar F. Carter's New Store
No. 505 King Street. fWholesale and Retail.
Univeraal bread axvd cake mixers, Pittaburg bread toasters waa Upera,jgas
globes, mantekt, gas chimneys, decorated parlor lamp globee, ??JaWaMvIn^
Old Rebecca at the weU tea pota, imported decorated tea pota celebrated MMer
oil heatera, nichel lamps, wood trays, pastry boarda, iron.ng boards, curtain stretch?
ers. wash boards, galvanized tuba and oucketa, lamp chinmeya, wicka all sirea;
candy Jara, dinner sets, 100 piecea, 25 different atylea also in *?_?**?
ribboo white enamel ware all kinds. H-ndaome line Jardlaitrss and toitot atta, 10
aad 12 pieeae, aad ather gas4a tse aasaaraaa fte a.aa_aa
eaftSm
OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES
Are manufscturfd and licenaed under the Selden Patent. The 1911 models are
now ready for delivery, and are the moat attractive line of eara in the whole
country. Conault ua and get s ear that will be a real pleasure to you.
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
THOS. W. ROBINSON
OemenT
Makes The Best Concrete
For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS,
ALEXAWDRIA, TA.
slers ln Cement, Llme, Hair, Calcined Plaster, Wall Plaster, TerraCotta Sewer
Pipe aad Flue Llning, Fire Brieka^FIre t'lav, Ao.
Buy at the Start unrbheGi^^2oo"
$10 cash, $5 per month.
Virginia Highlands
THE NEAREST AND NEWEST.
Scientifically planned for refined people ofjmo-der
ate means.
Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses,
poured in steel moulds.
Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and ear fare
Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and
Harrie White.
BALLARD c\ LANHAM
Washington Sales Offlce, 62113th Street, Northwest
Clip this ad: it leads the way.
DRINK
MICO WATER
Exceptionally pure, clear as crystai and
contains |
NO ORGANIC MATTER
BOTTLED BY
Mutual Ice Company
ootai iw
? .n -
WE WATCH
the WORLD
renowned markets for precioua
atones. That is why we can offer
diatnond and other gero mount
ed jewelry below the regular
price. As we buy none but first
water gems we can ael! no other
frade. If you want to make s
gift of good jewelry this is the
plaee to get it.
K W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 341.
_4ttA
and ollier herioua ttoublea. ourJfl
Thls eut ahows a pair of apeitaclea with
the lenaea very much out of roeus. The dota
show the foeal eenter of the lenaea, whloh
are the kind uaually sold by traveling and
cut-rate epticians. Sueh glaaaea are very
barmful and sre often tbe eause of eatara^ta
, trround and accurately eentered ln our
SaVflflSK^ ABSOLUTELY CORUKCT
Columbia Optical Co., Ine , Expert Opticians,
908 V Btre?t Karthweat, vTaahlogtoa, D. C
V B-Iamamsmbar ofthe aboveflrm Wont you drop in and let ras ex
plain this aad other importaat faeUabout glaaaea?
a______jaj_ 0fflae,B14 FrtaBe tttr?ti
after 709 p.m.
aepSOm
W. E. DIENELT, OPTICIAN,
Sundaya *7
AppetBtaieat
BUILDING MATERIAL8
[ESTABLISHED 1822.]
Henry K. Field &Co.,
Sueeessors to
JOSiAII H. D. SMOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF ALL KEND8.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Ofllee sad Yard IU JC. Uaioa Btreet
Faetory Ko. IU N. Lae atreet
Jisssrtal Berrvera* FRHK fa tbe fltflf.
I AM OFFERING FOR SALE EXTRA
FANCY
BR1ST0W GREAMERY BUHER
38c Pound.
I guarantoe every pound to give satls
faction. Fresh and Smoked Meata,
Oroceiiea and Farm Products of all
kinda. Telephone orders given prompt
attention. Free delivery.
F, C PULLIN,
Oarner Queen and Royal atraBBB
'Phoaa, asll JBL.iMcote 87w.
m?iy
_F_NAKCIAL_
41A RnXER L. Bootbb, I M. R. HAKiaW
Preaideat | Vice Preaid?-it
Frst National Bank
Ai,KXA.\imiA, Va.
Destgruted Depository of the
United States.
?APITAL.1100,000
SL'RPLUS AND CNDIVIDED
PROFITS.1175,00)
PIroctors:
O. L. BOOTHE. M. B. HARLOW,
G. E. WARFIELD. J. F. Ml'IR.
WALTER RORKRTS, B. BAER. Jr.,
FRASCIS L. SV'""
ESTABLISHED 1852.
Burke & Herbert
Modernly equipped for banking ia
its various branehes.
Depositoa reeeived subjeet to check al
sight. Collections made on all points.
Hisrh-grade invcsiinetit asasptttea
Ixniicht and sold.
Lettera of Cradit and Foreign Bfl
chango furniahed.
Safo Deposit Boxea for rent
AHavinga Department in whlch In?
tereat ls allowed on depoait*.
HASTE
in selecting a flavoring ex
tract just because the label
is attractive often
MAKES
you wish you had just told
your dealer to send you
Leadbeater's, whieh you
know is good and pure, aad
in whieh there is abso
lutely NO
WASTE
Establiahed 1793
STEAM ERH
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
Every day in the year for Fort IfflB
roe, Norfolk, Nowport New9 and points
south, via uuperb, powerful etoel palace
ateamera.
Leave Washington,?.46 p. in.
Leave Alexandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft. MoaroesT.nOa. m.
Arrlvo N'orlV.lk 8.00a m.
Arrive Portsmotith 3*00 fl. m.
Leave Portsiuouth &.00 p. m.
Leave Eorfolk 6.00 p. m.
l^eave Ft. Monroe <.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria ?;.:? a. m.
Arrivo Waahington 7.00 a. u?.
Through connections raadeat Norfolk
with steamers of tho Old Dominion
Steaniship Company for New York and
MSrchants'and Miner's Steamships for
Bofltoa.
Oeneral Ticket ofllee. ~20 i ith st.N.W.
IJond Bulktiag, Washington, D. C.
Phono Main 1620.
Seventb street wharf. Phone Main37<?.
Alexandria wharf foot of I'rinee street.
W. ILCALLAHAN,
aprl lyr tiancral Passenger Agent
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Raiiway Company.
SPRINO St'HF.Pl'LF..
Steamers ol thia line leave Alexandria
on and after May 16. i:?J0,
Every MONDAY, WlDNESDAY and
SATURDAY an30p. ni.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
USUAL RIVER I.ANDINOS.
Culsine and appointmenU uncxcelled.
Freight for Baltimore, PlilUdclphia
and New York aollcited and handled
with eaan Through rates and bills ot
lading iaaued.
Single fare to Baltimore, t2.HO; round
trip. 13.60; staterooms, one way, $1.60.
Meals, 60o.
REARDON 4 GRIMES, Agents,
_Foot of Cameron street
SCHEDULE
Steamboat Go.
Effectlve May 9,1910.
Steamer** Capital City."
Leaves Alexandria at 6 p. m. on Mon?
day and Wednesday for Parham'a Point
and lower river landings. Return early
Wednesday and Friday morning. Leave
Saturday atO a m, for Nomini and inter
mediate landinga, returning Sunday
about 6 p. m.
Steamer "Wakeneld."
Leave Sunday, Tueaday and Thursday
atOa. m. for Wlrt'a wharf and all inter
mediate landings. Returning leavoWirt'a
wharf at 6 a. ra. tho following day and
arriving at Alexandria about 4 p. m,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot of Cameron 8trect
Telephone No. 50. J?" lfr
fliTT * V EA Hri UX- fum taiCi:. or
AN OLD NURSE.
Mra, Winalow's Soothing Syrup la tho
preaeription of one of the best loroale
physiclans and nurses in the United
States, and haa been uaed for fifty years
with never-lkiling aueeeaa by milllonr oi
uiotbera for their ehildren. It ralleTM
tbe ahlld from pain, curea diarrhoea,
rfplag ln the bowels, and wind collo.
?y ai vlng health to tbe ahlld lt restfl the
BSOfScr. Twentr?Y? WB* ? b0,gfc

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