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Your Last Chance
LSNOW
To _et oae ef those attr.ctive sad complete eight roosa aad both
houae.. with s dry. bri.ht eoncrete cellar. furn.ce. open nre
Pl.ee, g_. ind electric U?hu. and every modern conven.ence and
a let ! SO feet deep.
There is only one left
mt those ?naatler hau-e. in Roiemont. and you will hava to de
ciae auickly if yea want to Becure this la.t low priced heo-e.
and live romfortable and htppy thia co_inf winter. Ask ?ny
tme ia Rosee-oat hew they like liviaf there.
They are all boosters, no knockers.
F. L. Slaymaker,
313 King Street.
THE ROSEMONT MAN.
FOR RENT
Store 602 King Street.
Store Corner King and Pitt Streets.
1__ Booth Patrick. 112.00 224 North Pitt. gjj0
Business and Residenee Property for Sale.
Insurance of Every Kind,
HARRIE WHITE,^_-fc_3w-fc
BSTABL1SHED 18T0
THE RAMMEL CAFE
a^oroc* roH the eau akd winter seasoh tbe famous
Ch.rry.to_e Oyatera. Select Potomac River Oysters.
and Reed Birds.
EVERYTHING SEASONABLE.
STATEMENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER I, WW.
OFFICERS
n f untYTUn Preaident GEO. B. WARFIELDjCaahier
0. L. BOOTHE. Prestdeat i i r.BPRN Asaistant Cashier
M. B. HARLOW. Vlee-PreBideot J. J.GREE1S. A*.un-oi ?_?
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENO T BAER. JR.
M ?. HAIU-W FRANa9 L JMITH
GEOTB. WARFIELD
JAS.fF. MUIR
WALTER ROBERTS
RESOURCES
l?_na and Inveatment.. *M5d2S-??
I'.N. Bonda. V?'??'2?
Banklnc Houao......... "-..sn.-i
Due from Banka and Re- _,
serve Afents. ^S'SiS
Q^h . a_.__.oo
6 Por Ca-nt Fnnd. 5.000.00
fl ,829.1:9.61
LLABILITIIS
OniUl.1100,000.00
Hurpliw and Proflta. \%?:2*
CircWlon. I_?-??-?
Depoaits. MI,S,_?
Other Uabllltle..
10-. HI
fl.__8M79.6l
Thi. bank with Its nmple eapiul and aiirpbia, Ita adennatr. ^J?")
????dlltles. aollclts tho aocouuta of manulhetu"-. w.ioltmlers. rotallera
_^d SS vidu-ia on th, best term. ooautstaat with aenad ban-ln*.
No aeeount too large to be handled satis-wtorlly: none too .mail to be
?ppreolated.
When Buying Fuel
Tbe consumer must alwaya fit^ure on the ac
tual amount of heat snd comfcrt that is got
ten for the money i.pent.
We believe that our connections of long
standing, coupled with the large amount of
fuel that we bu'", roake it possible for us to
sell the very highent grades of Coal and Wood
at priees that are creapest to tbe consumer.
A trial order n. our Coal and Wood, or an
opinion from some of our aat'sfied customers,
will prove that our idea of putting qaality
lirst is correct.
W. A. SMOOT & CO., IWC
Order Office, 529 King Street
Virginia SafeDeposit&TrustCorporation
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
Aothenx-d Capitaija 1 ,0?_ .?<>?.
{Pard ra C-pfcaL B_oe.fX>0.
PIRECTORS
C J. Rixey. John P. RobfaBoa. Theaiss J. Faaaea. C. C. Leadbeater. Heary K.
Field. Heary Baaicr. Gecrf 3. Freach. J. K. 14. Nortoa.
tf, W?aeta?4_ieeotet. AdmraiatrateT mad Trertee. In_e Pidekry. Ce-tract.
OfScial aad Judieial Bonda. General Bankinf aad Treat Bosincae Tranaacted
latero-t paid e_ Sevinf. Aeeonatt. We aolieit the aeceuats of Banka. Corpora
mttu, Finas aad tedrvtdua-. aad prosatM Kberal iraai->e_t ?????? _-*
tmlmi
MONDAY EVKN'JNO, NOT. 14
THE OVERFLOW OP THE MtlSJ .
Tbere has heen no nhatemeiit of tlu
flood from the riv.-r Seine, whidi stil!
continueH to rise. The gauge at Pont
Royal l.x-t nigbt mark* a height id
5.?3 roeters, whieh i* fJ.45meiersal.ove
the aormal and BOntcwbat burher than
tbat eetimated h l?w day ago for this
date. The river iiiihorities, although
the tributaries ao I soarc s oJ th ? 8> m
are reported lo !>? falling. estimiie lhal
the rise will VHltinue until Thuraday,
when it hi'Xported lb* flciod will rrsi h
a maximum of 7.vo meters, a Ihtl
more tban " mcters *h .it of the ?Ii?
astrons llo..ds of ls*t Jannary
The low Sjnarten at the eastern HM
of Paris and part of the Must-um ->f
natural Hislory are ? OW iniindnte I
and the vubterraman pasBBgni' to the
Austorliu station are rlooded. gamr
ways being improvised for MBW ngew.
Tho cellars of the Palais do Justic , the
oonciergerie and the prefecture nf po?
lice aro full.of water. M. Lupinc,
tho prefect of Paris, bas -nstalled
traction engines and dyr.amos in tho
court yard tosupply electricity for tho
ottie.es.
The suburb* of Paris are suffering
immenso. damage. Tbe river at As
nieres is over ils banks, flooding the
lower floors of bouses, Tbe poor in
tho eastern suburbs wbo were so
heavily stricken last January. aro again
suffering almost Bfl soverely. Many
of tbe residents bave moved out
tbeir furniture. It ifl fcared tbat a
number of factorics will be forced to
closo down tomorrow tbrowing thou
sands out of work. The rirer Marne
is falling, but screral of tho smaller
places along its banks are inuudaud
Congressman William W Kooldrod.
of tbe Fifth Pennsylvania district. died
at his bome in Philadelphia without
knowing tl e result of last Tuesday's
election. when he was defeated by
Michael Donohue for re-election.
Taylor's
Bronchial Lozenges
for the alleviation of Bronchiti*.
Hoarseness. Cougha. Colds. etc.
1Oc abox.
Taylor's Pharmacy,
616 King Street.
'I
By the box, pound or tab
let, with envelops
to match.
SP.Dyson&Bro*
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS
508 KING STREET.
Next to OperaiHorute.
General Insurance Agency.
Laurence Stabler
Room No. 4. Burke ? Herbert Bldg.
The companies repreaento'd in this
office have asaots or OTer |100,0U0,iw
Among others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Livrrpool bf London bf Globe.
ALtn* Inaurance Co.
Northern Aasurance Co.
Springneld Fire bf Minne.
1 rorapt attentlon giren to adjustmsnt
of loasee-odaQ ?aattera oonneoted with
asnraaaa. _____________
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greatest known Water for Dyipep
aia. Indigestion. Kidncy snd Livei
Troublea.
Leading Physiciant endorse it and tes
tify to its great merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist.
John Ahera & Co.,
Corner Prince and Commerce Stre<
WHOLESALE bf RETAILGROCE
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
Oountrr produee reeeived daily. Oui
etoek of Puun and Faney Groeerfes em
braees everything to ho bad ln thi- lln<
Wa hold largelv in l'nited States lioml
ed warehouse and carry in stoek mrloii'
branrla ofthe beat
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKI t
made. Have also iu store supeiior gnul<
of Forelgn and Americau
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. t*.
Satlsfiiotlon Ouaninieed iu tu l*ri.-. me
Quaiii.v.
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
K. S. Corner Gameren and Royal Btreau
WHOLESALE GROCERS
General Comraimon Merchanti
and dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Hare on hand Oihaon's XX. XX.\.
XX XX and Pure Old Rye. Old Cablael
and Monogram Whlakiea; also Baker*
aad Thompaon s Pure Hye Whiskies. to
whieh they inrite the attention of Ibe
trade.
Orders from the eountry for merrhaa
dlse ahall reeeire prompt attention.
Crmsignmente of Flour, Grain and
Country Produee wlleited. for whieli
thev fuaranteathe highest market price?
aarf promp retiirmt
NOTICE TOSTATE TAXPAYERS -
I am now prepared to reeeive the
itate taxea for the year Ifdo. Ttie atten
tion of taxpa.vers i.. respeotfully ealled f
the importanceof oay ng the same prler
to Deeember I, lSUo, aa on that date a
peualty of flve per eent will be added to
all uiipaid bills, and ihalr eelleeUea aa
Loneliness Dispelled
OU need never be lonely if you
have a Bell Telephone.
If you live in the city or in the countrv, your
friends are easily accessible if you use the Bell.
You can have a neighborly chat at any time.
The telephone is aprotection for the home. If somethine
unusual happens, you will flnd the Bell Telephone an ever ready
friend.
All parti of the conntry are uoited by universsl Bell service.
SOUTHERN BELL TEL- & TEL,
COMPANY OF VIRGINIA
That Cold Room
on the side of the house where
winter blasts strike hardest always
has a lower temperature than the
rest of the house. There are times
when it is necessary to raise the
temperature quickly or to keep the
temperature up for a long period.
That can't be done by the regular
method of heating without great
trouble and overheating the rest of
the house. The only reliable
method of heating sueh a room
alone by other means is to use a
?ERFECTIO]
Snokelcss
Absolateh smokeleu and odarlem
whlch can be kept at full or low heit for a short or long rime.
Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours,
without smoke or smell.
An indicator always shows the amount of oll in the font.
Bller-cap does not screw on; but is put in like a cork in a bottle,
and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost.
An automatic-locking ilame spreader prevenrs the
wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy f
remove and drop back so that It can be cleaned in an instant.
The burnerbodyor gsllery cannot become wedged, and can be onscre?ed
ta an instant for revicking. Flnlshed In )span or nlekel, srron|, duraUe, well
rnsde, built for service, snd yet light and ornamental. Hse s coal nenale.
lUaltrs Bvtrywkere. lt *~1 et yanrs. writt far tescriptkx cimlar
10 M/ mari.t tifTxy <J M?
Standard Oil Company
(Ucorporated)
For RentlFor Rent
1314 Kinf Street.
Fine Store Room.
?25.00
801 Duke Street.
10 Room Brick and Bath.
125.00
1450 Duke Street.
Store ar.d Dwelling.
125.00
424 S. Washington Street.
11 Room Frame and Batk,
S20.00
1000 Kintf Street.
Fine Store Room.
sis.oo;
1305 Kintf Street.
7 Room Frame.
115.00
1700 Prince Straet,
New 6 Room Frame. With
deep Iot.
?12.00
601 S. Alfred Streat.
7 room Frame.
?12.00
good
1827 Duke Street.
7 Room Frame.
* 12.00
335 S. Patrick Streat.
6 Room Frame.
iio.oo;
337 S. Patrick Straat.
6 Room Frame.
sio.oa
127 Prince Streat.
8 Rooaa Brick.
sio.ao]
801 S. St. Asaph Straet.
Store and Dwellinf.
MUM
314 S. Henry Straet.
6 Room Frame,
S8.00
407 Queen Street.
8 Room Frame,
IS.S4
619 S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Brick.
S7.00
John D. Normoyle
KING AND ROYAL STREETS._
Cottage Park
ADJOINING BRADDOCK HEIGHTS
AT BRADDOCK STATION
City Water?Electric Ughts?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, whieh we
cordially invite your inspection. Salesmen
will be on the ground every Sunday, or
inspection by appointment any time.
1410
ll lllWlij
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS,
H Street Northwest, Weehington, D. C
Fkeme Mtfc >4*?
iOVERLAND AUTOMOBILES
Are maaufacturi'd and licensed under tbe Seldeti Patent. The 1911 model. are
now rMrdy for delivery, aad aro the aaa_t attiactivo line of eara in the whole
eo-rrtry. Constilt ua aad get a ear that will bo a real pleaeure to yeu.
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
THOS. W. ROBINSON
ATLAS
Cemem
MakesThe Best Concrete
For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS,
ALHXANDRIA, VA.
Bler. ln Cemeat, Lime, Hair, Calcined Plaster, Vt'all Plaster, Term Cottn Sewer
Pipe .and Fine Malnsr. Fire Brlck.^FIre Clav. A.*
Buy at the Start ??.* i?_tsen$2ool
? 10 cash, $5 per month.
Virginia Highlands
THE NEAREST AND NEWEST.
Scientincally planned for renned people ot mo-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 4, LANHAM
Washington Sales Offlee, 621 13th Street, Northwest
Clip this ad; it leads the way.
DRINK
MICO WATER
Exceptionally pure, clear as crystal and
contains
NO ORGANIC MATTER
BOTTLED BT
Mutual Ice Company
1
WE WATCH
the WORLD
ranownad mnrkett for prseioua
stone.. That is wbywe can offer
diamond and othsr g?rn moont
?d jawelry below tbe regular
prie*. Aa we buy nona but flrst
wr.ter gema we can sell no other
grade. If you want to make a
gift of good" jewelry thia is the
phc* t? gel ir.
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
10? NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE MI. J
U 0
^*>??- ?" ? - ? ? ?? ---?--?? I 'I II i~1 ' ? ? " T-rwn ?
Thta ?nt ehe-s a pair ef speetaele. with
tha lenaea very mueh out of foeus. The dott
tdiew tlie focal center of the Jenaen. whlcn
are the kind usually sold by travellng and
cut-rate eptlcian.. Such gl&tfes are rery
harmful aDd are often the cans* of eauiracta
,ur laaeea ifround and aeeuratelv renteredln our
_adnXui^ __-K)ur?Lf roRRntrr.
Columbla Optical Co., Inc, Expert Optictana,
noa F ?traet Warthwest, Waahlngton, ?. C.
V _,_Iama?sm?-r ofthe above flrm. Wont yon drop ia aad let me a_
jbalnthw _?d oHier impor-int f_et* about tflaasea?
W E. DIENELT. OPT1CIAN.
_?_-._* ?-*?_?? Prta.e Btreet ^^___3_t?
B_p_tm _
BUILDING MATERIAM.
[BBTABLISHJID 183.]
Henry K, Field &Co,,
Suecewars ta
JWiAM ?_? I>. SMOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
?t? AJd. _JMD_.
lumber, C?___t and Pkcter.
OflU. _?_ .__- t-i-t. Va-aa atreet
*_i-_y Xa IM 5- *f_*g"*t
I AM OFTsTRINO FOR SAL1 BXTKA
FANCT
BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER
38c Pound.
I nasaatea erery netmd ta fire sat
faxitlon. Freah and Smoked Mer
Oroaeriea and Fann Produeta of
klnds. Telepbona orelera giTM
attenUon. Free deUrery.
F. C. PULLINi
fnai-* %Hea<
_3__u__al____
? arsser i.. Buex-K. ] M. B, M-itbow
Frogldaat | Tloe Preaidaat
First National Bank
AUBI-XWRlA. Wa.
Desigrutcd Depository of the
United States.
CAPITAL.1100,000
-URPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
PROFIT8 - - .fl76,4ie
Dlra.tora:
O. L. BOOTHK. M. B. HARLOW,
(1. E. WARFIELD. J. F. MUIR,
WALTKR ROBERTS, B. BAER, Ja.(
FRANCIS L.Hyj~"
PNTABLISIIED 135-.
Burke & Herbert
Modernly eqnipped for baakiag la
ita various branchaa.
Peposltes reoeived subjeet to cheek at
alrht. (YillocMons mado on all points.
High-crade inveatmeat sccuritiss
Iwuehtand sold.
l>t?.on? of Credit aad Porelga _a
rhange furni.bed.
Safo Deposit Boxes for rent
A Having. Department ia which ln
terent fs allowed on depo.it*.
HASTE
in selccting a fla voring ?__
traet just because the label
is attractive often
MARES
you wish you had just told
your dealer to send you
Leadbeater*s, which you
know is good and pure, aod
in which there is abso?
lutely NO
WASTE
Eftablished 1792
STEAM KR*
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
Every day ln tho year Tor Fort Mnn
roe, Norfolk. Newport Newa aml points
Bootb, tia enperb, powerftil eteel palaaa
steamor*.
Loave Washington.f,.4.-> p, m.
IiOave Alexandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft. Monroos7.00a. m.
Arrive Norfolk fc.OO a. m.
Arrive I'ort.sinontli b.UOa. in.
Leave I'ortsmouth .r>.iK) p. m.
lycave. Eorfolk tl.UO p. m.
I>eave Ft. Monroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria ?;.:w a. m.
Arrivo Washington 7.00 a. m.
Through eonnectiona made at Norfolk
with ateamera of the Old Pomlnlon
HteamHhlp Company for New York and
MSrchants'aud Mlner's Stcamships for
BoHton.
Oeneral Ticket Offlee, 720 Mth St.N. W.
Dond Building, Waahington, D. C.
Phone Main H>2?.
Seventh atreet wharf. Phone Mnin3700.
Alexandria wharf foot of Prinee street
W. H.CALLAHAN,
aprl lyr tteneral Pasaengor Agent
Maryland Delaware and Vir?
ginia Raiiway Company.
8PKIXO SCHEDULE.
Steamers oi thia line leave Alexandria
on and after May 15,1!>10,
Erery MONDAY, WJkDNESDAY and
BATURDAY iitl-'Wp. m.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL Tfli
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS.
Cuiaine and appolntmenta unexcelleU.
Freight for Baltimore, Phlladelphla
and Xew York aollciteil and handled
with care Throngb ratos nnd bills of
lading iHsned.
Single faro to Baltimore, S"2.30; round
trip, S3.30; stateroorus, one wa/, Sl.flO.
Mcsils W
REARDON ft ORIMES. Agents,
Foot of Cameron Btreet
SCHEDULE
8
Steamboat Co.
?raefive May 9, HMO.
Steamer" Capital City."
Leaves Alexandria atflp. ra. oa _!?_
day and Wednesday for Parham's Point
and lower river landings. Return early
Wedneaday and Friday morning. Lcavs
Saturday at9a m, for Nomini and inter
medtate landings, returnlng Sunday
about fi p. m.
Steamer "Wakefleld."
Leave Sanday, Tueaday and Thnrsday
at.a m. for Wirt'i wharf and all lnter
medtatelandings RetumingleaveWirt'a
wharf at 6 a ra. the following (*~
arrivtng at Alexandria sbout 4 j
Rtardon _ Giimea^
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