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JAKWL MATTHHS. Sun and Tide Table. r.-e, tomorrow at>?:i3a. ni. ani ,,. ni. Lllgta water atti...; a. iu. ami 7:1! |>. m Wiathcr Probabilitiea. I r thia soetlon auXoalght aad Wed , , iy; not much rhange iu teru t,,,. modei laorthwastwlnds PARiSH A1D SOCIETY. < rist < burrh Parish Aid Fociety esb nl iy afternoon In parish ball al whii b wero corn ,,i .,. | .,,,?, L',:i.e..!. foi lb? basaarto ,, on November ?l.tn aasial in raising foi th- heating planl now b. ing I . | in tbe i-huich. At tho con ,!,,. ,,, f bu ne?H ihe loeml.ers ol tllO Ifully enter lailiea olChrist Church , M- Thomas W. j;,,|, . - 1 Monroe and Mrs. Wm. .1 D offlcers of Ibe bo eiety, receivc?l Ihe guests, and Mrs. Dabney !!? rndon, Mra. Ueorgc 8. I, ..?;| \|t- | ,..,., C. i'arlev pre utifully ap] ?...I in furving by theyou ofthccburch. Tbe pieasuro ol ihe evening was great Iy enbanced by tbo mnak charmingly ,. i, |en II j Mi i.O ii Cartei and Miss Lolfl , FASCINATING VAUDEVILLE. Th? vaudeville portion of thfl pro gramme at the new Opera House thfl tiis. hall of tho week is Ihritting but ,elv interesting. Eleanor Dam the singing Boubrette, \\"" the ,,f tbe audience from her tirst rance, while Lillie Langdou, the ibrelte, was great Bul | tho man. the gun and thi I ? tiiii was tlie feature ol tlie evening. >. ? ., a tiuestioii wbich ol tho two l, ?i -. ni rvc. Charlie slood rainM n plank and Btood il I, ,?. io fi ? aw.sy ind held ber there witb sharp pointed knives wbich be threa into tlie plank. When be wasfl't using kniv he giibstituted axes. He nerei bil her, ol counre, bul bfl came near enough lo -et one's nervea ou \ i riile sbol ho bas few, if any, superiors. (IVIC 1MFR0VEMENT LEAGUE At a ealled meeting ol Ibe Ci/ic Im .,?., wbich was held light, plans were perlccted for the meeting whieh is to bfl held -, nigbt at tbe Young People Building. Al tbis time prizes will be awi t.. the scho >l ehildren having tbe besl _ep| . tbere bave b nurobei ol entrants for these prizes, in tn.st m il is VI ry keeii. AS this is B pul,ln- meeting nl a league in the work ol whieh every citizen ol the town is !(.,|, it ii hoped tbere will he a j large attendam-o. Tbe prixea wiN be aaarded by tbe Hon. C.C. Carha, wh.. j will also 'oil e an address. Mr. YVil bu,,- will give a rtBumeolthe work of the league and pictures ol attractivfl an l nnattractive plai in tlie town will be shown byMr Brocketl Music will be provided by Clirisl Cburch quartette. Mr c . irke, the reeently elected i.i Ivnl ol the league, will preside. DEATH OK MRS. TURNER , ,,, i in the Qazette M - Mittie Turner, consorl "f E I ' r died ai hei bome.tMont I ; 0Dthe 12th inst. rthe ? r, f Bishop Randolph, of th. Dioce.se of Pouthern Virginia. Mri Turnei w is ??|?' "f tne '"um'sl l,f women, loved and esteemed by all wbo knew her. Many relatives and Iriends from Baltimore and Warrenton were present at the rulieral services wiliell eonducted by Rev. J. Bishop Randolph pronouncing tbe bencvbetian in beautiful and syrnpa tbei,. a .1 I Mrs. Turner left tbree ehildren II. Randolph Turner, Mrs. John l.vylaod, and Mis; I iviuia Turner SCHOONER CAP-l-ES Captain Bohannon, of Ihe Baltimore, Cbi-ap-ak.-aiil Allanti. Railwaj Com p_uy_?teamci Northumberland,which reached Baltimore yesterday from the Potomac river, reporta that tbe Hiied hy A, J, I , .Valni il'uint, Va.. ca] about two milea below Coan river, off the tha Virgioia abore. Tbe crew uaa .,.?,.?, | line boat that wenl to their aasiatanee. The Advocate had on ? cargoof coal when a back fhvw atrock the ressel, an I sbe went over. NEW SOUTHERN TRAIN. The new Southern Railway train, knowi ? 'Otbeaatern limite I i !" l"1'',1"' tween JiVwYoi ? I ' a< kaonville, Fla., nevt Buu lay. The ti lin will I number < I ienceeandattrac. tionatot uriatslravelingfrom tha to the - "tef monUw. rhe pull,n .. . till bo ra lintained by ?teel - ; ?"''rUi ''"ir,~ bioing even known method for com fort. The . ira willb ielectricallyligbt ed througboul and will leareand enter the new llahhattan atation at New Vork, PROPOSED FRATERNAL VISIT. Alexandna Lodge ol Klks at its meetlt bl pwfwtcd plans to attend the fall festival wbich will U given by Washington Lodgo of Elks, beginning Nove-.lie;-- A committee, connisting of Messrs. J. FredBirrcn, M P. G'sm H- B.Quinn, Jacob Brill, Vpeyton, was appointed to i dctaiU for the trip. ' \i1.riom.' V. Eawier wer? mernbersbipi- the lodge. DEATH OF ENOCH COOK Mr. EnochCook, wcll-km city. died yesterday in * Hospital, Washington. Mt born in Fairfax county, but bad, manv vears ,-f his lif< ndria. ?, Hi r,ec.tly been overueer ol Geo~c Waihingto.i Park. Mr. Look w,,a Confedenito soldior during he civil war, be having heen at tho be Kioningol tl.e eonfiicl a member ol Mosby's i-ommamk Ho leaves ehildren. His funeral will Uke place from l-cc's undertaking esUbbsbmei I i? Washington lomorrow. Tbe ??.?! ?ill Imj at Arlington. The ? Washiuglon I'ark \ n ?'??!! ? !i'! a handsome floral tribute, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Tbe regular montlily Cbambi r of Commeree ? t ln ld la-t night, at wbich a numb r of n ol interesl to the business community were disCUSSed. It was announeed heen perfected by wbii and a ball ofgran twalk would ihortly be laid in rront ol the old fair grounds, ou upper Ring street. W ben this improvemeni shall bave been there ?'iH ho an uninterrupied M from this city lothe union station. Fifty dollars' was pppropriated to aai I clefraying tho pxpenae a drinking fountain at ibe interscction ,,t Camen u aud R< lt was announeed il '? etne sign to be placed on thi riv r fronl ai tbe fool or Wglfc street would soon be in position, FUNERAL. The funeral ol tbe late Mrs. Ella K. Hendi rson, wile ol Mr. rlendersou, took plaqj fn Method ist Church this s John Cavnaugh conductcd the - mees, and the pallbearcrs were. Messrs. \\a. tertJet ''';''" erill, Tbomaa Murray, Moses Hayden and Erne I Fennell. PERSOHAL. Mr "' i,: tui^ city yesterday fro Mrs. JamcH I . Kdly, Mrs. Ilarry II Hudson.and R. H. and J. 9 Dennis, of, tbis city, have bei u ealle I l > L'ul to tbo bedaide i f tl .Mrs . Elizabeth J. Courtney, who is critically ill. Misses l.ila aud Kitl returned Irom tluir ? ll ? al ' Henry, having sl >ppe I in N ??'??' tbo gueats of M ud Mrs. 13 Mr Alexander Hui ilna. BU I wl: . ll friends here, is monia al bis home, ' 1 the Distrid ol Columl ia SKA11NGRI A box party will tal ry 1! dl loi from tbe erowda thai h mg the rink, a h ind to wimes* tho fun. some : '" ixhibitinn al Mr. f. ? M:i)i:iitlHis oi LAIMiR. PreaidOit Bamuel 0 ' l,;e Ameriean Fcderation ol Labor, in ;. ill St. liOlliS M part of his annual Hn attaek on court injunrti Gomp -? Ju-ticii (1 iff for tho luring Ihe garment v. tho Sixty-firs l I mil Ihe injuncl i calling attention to I of tbo fcderation in tbis i ountrj ida, and olsowhi ro. and denying uniouism is u Gompers takes up Ju shop decision. Resolutions will le offered durii ntion providing thal no i man will east his vol 'ns un? less the ballots i ontain ibe i h is understoo I tbal ibe niinersare behind the move, aud a- they have tbe largesl roting slrength ol organization in the convention, are thought to be in p< ition lo bave the resolution adopted. DI80RI>EH l> M1CABACI \. Twelve ; n great many wounded as tne resuu oi \ political domonstration thi i - The governmenl issued hibit i,,g a lib.Tal maiiifestatloti, and wben the liberala and thi ir ed in tbe strcel lo earrj onl troopa were aenl againat ibi ui, i' i Teller, au American, ia among tbe wounded, The American i de Olivarea, wenl to Leon morning to investigate tbc situ A reporl received from bim Btafc a there .. renewal of therioting bnt gives n I roopa called out to aupprc - litical d. m inatration al L< ou Mond iy, and meeting wiih resistani e, Bwept tbc - with grap ? and canisti r. Many na were kilhd or wounded. Tbe ezcitemeni is im. i Tha government recently prob political demooatrations. ln tbe lace <?! this proliibition tbe Leon lil .gathered in tbe atreeU ai to hold a meeting. The i oli? 'fered, but were unable to crowd, which attacked the i I Troops weie then aummoned and reacbing ihe acene, drove the riol cover by a fori ua rh [COMMIT-II A1KD. I think if some ol the members of tbeCivic [mprovement League would walk tothi moutli ol Peabody alley and see tba duty condition tha old Dewspapera and wall paper that have been tbrOWO out, whi.'li ai| blown out into Alfred and King atrteu, tbey will aee wby our streeta are alwaya full of littcr. Our citUeua thcmselve- help to keep them Jirty and it is rt ifaaO-O that it should bc a'.lowtd. A Tax pAvrn. ? ?i ?? !.. u)>-to-date footwear ci! i- materially to your appearance. \i'e have the exclualve atylea, auch aa T_JE HESS, REGAL, WALKOVER, br?CTON COOPERATIVE, &c. J. A. Morkhall <k Bro., 4__ King * Coali Coke Wood Qrje Wour Coal before the advance at lowait hW"1" pricea. Eeat quality prompt ddV^ ?Qd blUtom price ph?Mi_.i)i*-ITOH?0M'w'siK >aiiuitt LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbere were DO M cs f.-r trial in tbe Court this morning. The Alexandria Light Infantry beld Rfl regular weekly drill last night. A meeling of the Relialiee Steaill Fire Engine Company will be beld to? night. A meeting of tbe Ladies' Aid Society ,p?| Churcb was beld yesterday evening. Afterward a rc ception waa held in the parish ballot tbe church. In the Corporation Court, Judge Louia < . Barley presidiug, today, an order was enu red removing tbe case of the Alexandria Nati*oal Bank ra. mWu I . Batel Company to the eircuil courl of Fairfax county. Angui Cro?, white 85 years old, a Irtbore', wbo escaped from tha District workhou e at Oecoquaif, Va., last Aii-nst. 5.1 rrendered to Ihe Waabiog luthoritiea yeaterday. He said l.e wanted to return to the prison and _pend tbc wintcr thero. Hia term will when warm weather begins. I yesterday, lha Bi. Paul'a Church Seaing Society will hold an au tamn aale in the Pariah Hall of that churcb tomorrow from 8 to 5 o c.ook in the afternoon. There will be many cnt rtaining feature*. ! indaey, colored. was ar :: Washington today on sus pieion i I toaling loola in the viciuity ,rge \\ aahington Park recently. Ke had certain carpenter' toohvio bis posaesaion when taken in custody. ; Dominion Commandery, No. 11, Knights Templar, beld a meeting at tbe Masonic Temple, in < ameron street, IfWt evening. A drill was held, follow ed by refreahmenta. The Qeorge Washington Birthday ition will hold a meeting tonight in tbe Chamber of Commeree rooms to aa to wlioni they will turn over the money collected on Tag Day. The -ion is tbal it willbe given to tlie - hool Board, which in torn wdl f n tbe benelltol the sehool chil _ A i. '? ?tlng eontest wUI ba . ,t Ain.orv Hall Uedm-s.lay. No r Mi. Handdome prises j,'iv.?a to IhC W ililieiS. I.,ie isa i.i.iv . the world isa atage and i . ...? ii. Shakespeareor \ noleon or Theodore Koosevelt or .,i, ,,.,,., aaid that: "The ptajrh ,!,.. ihinsf. Hut wl Bl |.I would the ,,i.,\ i., uiilK.ii! tho players? Now U ? i-cr* b. al aetors in the tragedy or thi . ,!..- ei- iwtaiiH ?; . that .ai those Irreslstlbly Uelt INiddlnnud Vood , ?? Blundhelm's Auth Stand .m.l Marki t. _ A Wlli:s SIM.IIAK < iiakci:. v]|, t ber huaband has not , i ., Iiange<1 bia undergar ... \| - Joha Rhiue landvr, tf ? itoga, K. Y., has com . for Beparathn from i, William C Rhinelander, , ,... ,.,. . | oi Bn old ?nd wealthy New Mi. Rhinelander re ,ii mohth from his father's family. I ition tbal Mr. ilhinelauder ...,ll not bathe is only one ol many made by hia wife. She allegef tbat instead .,! buying foo I his money goos for an ruruiture, Wltb which the house i to overfl iwing. Mrs. Rbinc i ition and $100 B , month alimony. i.- Rhinel indei ai re mar . York November 28, 1897, an I lircd there for aix years, and itwaa lly thal they went to Sara .;? ;: ioi land r ia tbc William Rhinelander, of _l uise of lns I el--?, including marriage to \J irgarel McGinnias.that the i lH nil him off from a large for uneand stipulated in hia will tbat the ls iq r ceive an incomo which the othar membera ol tbe family ipport. (Ol KT OF APPKII-M. I,, ihe Court ol Appeals in Rich ? yesterday tbe caso of Heckscher and otben ngainsl Bhvnton and others, the second on the privileged dockflt, | and gubmittc I. Tlie ; se ol Dalo Caiier's heirs p , i ! Skeen, was paitly nui 1 to today. When Ihis eause is ended there will en the privileged il 0f tho Atlantic Trust and i ...ipany against tbe I'nion ? irp ?r.ition. Then will rome the regular argument v, tue'i the following cases ? ? Adams itgainsl Cumbj; Washington, Alexan bia and Mount Vernon Raiiway rainal Vaugban; Pbad's ad tratrix against thfl Norfolk and Raiiway Compaay; Wright idministratorj Worlev ? \ : mis an 1 others; Langford ie Virginia Air Un* Raiiway md the Southern Raiiway iny against Foster's administra Te right (.?>i_|ier*. St. Louis, Nov. lo.?Victor L. :. of Milwaokee, coDjrraaimBn electoftbe socialist-democratic party, today admitted that he is 'after having made the trip to ni* for no other purpose tban tu lead tbe insurgenl elerocnt in brinying aboul tho overtbrow tbe head of t'te Ameriean Federation of Labor Berger says tbat OomparB is inclined noonism, Bryaaiam and ;,, ao 1 bis one bigobjoction to tl.e labor leader is tbat be ha* been - nearly tbirty jears, and ! Berger thioki tha honon ought to fall mger shoulders. , Hayes, ol Cleveland, reprosent ing the International Tvpographical :, r says. is tbi real leader ' in the iosurgency. Rayai ls organmng en dow jmd In B few days?prob iturday?Um real strength [oi tbe socialist faction io the labor Iranks will be known. M-ivabitd Hrrself <>ut of-l-U. -, pa., Sov. lo.-Emma a young woman, screamed her Dt of jail Buaday night She was locked up on ft charge of false pn ? her accuser being a dressmaker When Emma arrived Bt the prison egao screaming at the top ol her Th.re was no let-up ta tbe and it wns found impossiblc IW nny Onfl around the place to go to il* p finally Alderman Stauffer was Bl ordered the woman rtieaaad, as tbat wa* the only way w ftop tbe boUb, Washington, D. C. $2 Kersey Coatings for $1.50 Yard. This is 54 iodaaa wide. Choice of navy or black. It is all wool. ... ,.. . , ? >uite a favored fabric for the making of long automobile or stroct ' ' Po not look for any better vahi" anywhen; ui the eity?.*.?r you'll not ftnd it?First Floor?Drera Gooda Arcade. THE GLITTERING GLA3VIOUR of our jewelry di-plav is m itched l.y the solid merit of each Bltk la aboaru. You cannot tafl to ad mio- al liist sight th<- artiatle beauty of ihe jewelry. And youi admiration vvill increase as time prorca the quality thal uuik-?- ihe beauty enduring. Wa would like to ahow you some etpecially de? sirable Bxamplea we aie selling .it i apecially low pricea. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34r. ._V2 MH*AU*M AJW I.VHOK. Whether utiioiiisuiistofiiriii an open alliauca with eocialiam?possibry bfl nrallowad by lt?will be determioaJ ln 3t. Louis tbis week after what promises tobe one of the PBOflt MUl I COOteStS that ever nisrked an annual meeting of the Ameriean PederatioO of Labor. President Bamuel Oomperfl faces n tight againat bis re election, aad tbe oppoaition will ba led hy V?etorBerger, Ol Milwaukee, the tirst BOdaliat elected to Congreflfl. Two years ago Berger had, or daiaaed tO bave. the vote, lo dafeatGompars, bul tbe Benteucingol tho latter to Jail| on tlin flVfl of tb I Lmerican Eederalion ol Labor somial meeting cauaal Berger to abandon tl. e tight an I favor tbe re-eleeiion of Q ers. Berger says that bis faction v.ill beaaatrongto St. Louifl as it wasal Rorlolk two rearsagu. In addition to tbe Oompen issue, lh? ol 1 qui Will come up ofdetermintag tiw federa-J tion's policy toward tbe' open shop. Tbe radieal element will declare un aquivocatlj foi ihe '< loa 1 shop" and may condenioQomp ra lorcomproroisfls acceptodr Berger claims that. becnui ?ol the present nation il unrest tii i tedera tion must imraediately 'ake a i.ileal stand orgivfl way bi ?oni ? moro Bggres irganizvi m He aill w leavortn ierora ao opt n i ndi*?< ment ol tho principles ol BucJBJi "i Dciii-jtl li-ni Ceanteu i-lb \ranl. l';-rii, No. 15 r ailive denial ibal she aee'ka tbe aid of ihe Vatiean to annul her previoua marriage i i ihe Count de Caatellana ia order ti:.; might bave a Catholie wedding moiiy oerfdrmed to legalito in th ofthe chur.h her marria e tO Prince d. Sacan, was mado today by the Counteaa Talleyrand, formerly Anna Qould.Sbe raud tbat she and the prin * were married in the rtufueoot churcli iu London, tbat she is and has always been B Protestant and that tbcrefore thisceremooy is just aa much ?>. religiom ceremony aa ooe in aCathoHc Churcb WOUId le New Yoik, Nov. 16.- Regarding the ntmor from Paris that the CotlOl de Caatellana has petitioned ihe Vaticau lu set asiihi his marriage to Mis< Anna Crould in order tl .' ba may w<-,| Mww Anue kforgan, Mi >. Kh/aheth Marbury. Miaa Morgan'a ekneat friend. aaid to? day: "Miss Morgan has no inteniioii ol liecoming angaiged t-? the count." ti < Ki;it IM) jom> run vi \ ATOtt*. A meeting nl a numbor ol insurgenl leaderj wa, beld Saturday nighl in the intereat ol ihe movemrat lo overtbrow ihe political machtafl in Virginis aod icod Harrj 8t. George Tucker andICon gres-mau William A. JoOflfl, of the Fiistd.-tiiet, tothe Unhed Btatea8 n ate |0, - :, .ti.r Martinar.dSwan *on. liie meettag lasted aeveral bwusa but nothing could 00 learned as ?? what .xcurred. Among ihoss in the coiif.iei.ee were Juiie, Iv Hcath, E A. BUUcdy, Robart W. Sbidlicfl and former Police Jufltiee Brnra Bimmons. Mr. Tueker isexpe.t J i t Morrblfl Tuer* day for a .-mfdrtti e witb some of but political fri^n J* lt wis soggi ited by anoatfladerwho knew ofthe meeting that arrsngeroents migbl bc p?ade for a dinner ia BOBOt of Mr. T'ifker at whieh be would be BXpectad to enun cutc the sl .gnn of tbe insurgent move nient?-[Noifolk Lsndmark. VflBULNlA-lu ihe Clerks Offlee o V Corporation Court of the City ol A e : n.drla. ou ihe lo h day of N'ovcm uur, 1910. Eantiy laobelXiahoUmStoray fft J ?? eph rraaklla Btorey. Mi-mo, The objeet of thia auit is to ob tain for tha eoinplainant, l-'anny lanbel Nl.hnlaon Storey, au abaolute dli from tho bonda of matrlrnony from nw derendant. Joseph Pranklln Btpreyvaad tbat aba be allowed w reaume her mai?i <-n namcvr-alctiolaoit aud lorsueb fur? ther and (fcneral rdlef aa to aQtUt/ i" ""ltappearing by an aiudavit fijed >" thia cause that the defendant. Jowpn Franklin fctorcy, ls a non-reaidcnt or It ia Ordered. Tliat said defendant appear here within fiftoeo daya after due mibllcation of thia order. and dowlia..18 Iicceasaryto proteet hiB interest ln UltB ,uit anrl that a eopy of thia order bc forthirlth Inaerted in the Alcsaudi zette, a newapaper publlshed ln the elty of Alexandria. o.ce a -eelt for four suc oeaslve weeka, and poated at the front doorof the Court Houae oftbia city ^_L_LS0"UEENAWAY Clerk Bubipaon Morjcura:p. H --VH?<????' HOFBRAU BOT'iLED BEER i , pi >,?..- i |. ? - ilal irl? in.' >' ' (?I? i ! wCe II III Klift.l IU I'C : i?l ..,: ,..;- ?r>i in th.- .-.I rjp!i ,.? i-i.r.'\ oi.' fil !??? ,|... I. I J, 1 ? ?? 1-1 S ?? iimt. ln ;'. ? '?:. v,?? i..:. .1 ! Itffi ii i froiu . ?; ''*?' flurbraii i.oni.-.! ; ? ? th <? i |..-,-.nUnulilf tn thii loriil ii is ihe fhvnntu t> m il Ihe ?*?*!? ing liors anti rostaurants an I for uctli re ;-> bu otaer berer ,;-e lhai ran nn its plaee. i ivi id Inforlor braadfl eail for Iiofbran beer -beaever you order I a bottle, or a case. RobertPortner Brewing Co. AI.FXANDRIA. VA 'Phonr No. 49-B KOTICB. (laving lakcn eaai re of tbe business ol m) ' irLj les . I sm in-. piret :.? iln ail klndsof shoe ivpair ,, ;,. .t iu wner. rtiaakiug our pat i.,i, i f.j; Hieir pa-i ta\i.i?!, I respecliullj -, >li.-il l *lt 1.11 ol tt'll*. Altliii.lt I.. 1.1 LES, !!?; South Bi. Asaph -su- et DOVlS l.l.-.-i M; \sii\P a ealled eommunleatioo _0r Al.KX ANDH1A AV AS111 N<. Tl >N I.. >l?i, K, N ..'.'. A.. l-'. A A. -M . will bc heJdatlbfl lemplo TUESDAY EVEN INfl. November iii, at 7J0 o'eloek. for lerollbe W'orsblpfUlMaster. U A. <i. rill.Klt.Seeietary. JL'.sT 11K<-IVKDaoae aea atyleala IJl II I'1N>>: ori |.reltv. II. W \\ II.DI' >i ^>N WWll-Ii DH1VRH Ibr deliverj Iriad.t oppom nliy for Give r-i'-'enei'- and ?late if r_n u ? l bond. Address luUYl'.l'.. ?;../ ?'?'<? oi.,.-,. novlSSt* VUtUINlA. ln the Clerk. oiriee o Ihe Cireuit Court ofthe Clty "t Alexl tl day ol Oetober, 1010. Lottia Myrna I'-tttt n ErnestG. Pettit ln oh incerj Men ?uitistoo? talnadivoree a vlneutomatriinonll for tbe eoinplainant irooi the del. ndaut, . Pettit, io alloa tbe eomplatn onl t ? i.n.ii'-u name ot'Lot ti.! liv rne, and for reneral relief. | It appearing by an affldavit flled In Ithlscau*. Utai the dofeudant, Krnest w Pettit. la a '-on resldeut of thia Steu: . . ItlB Ordered: I'hat said defeudant ap pear hefB wfthla fifteen days after du? pnblleatlon of this order, and do what ls iiflflflsnanr to protect his interestiu thls miil, and that a oopy of thia ortli r ba forthwith inserted iu the Alexandria te. a newtpaper published in thfl ('ity of Alexandria, once a week for foui cuecetai ve weeks, and posted at the frool door of th? Court House of thls city. A eopy?Testfl. _. LLLS. uHKBN'AWAY, Clerk. U, \oel ?.irncx, p ?,, ??vj w4w-te ? i ? \'ji"_ _"...' ' ... " Ofealagef the MUaft Parllament. London, Nov. lo.?Parliamcnt rc asscmblod in due form today, but on the vergo of an upheaval wbich may result in a political rcvolution in Eng? land. The business of today's session was piirely rcutinc. Premier Asuuith's failure to dissotvc parlianient today and pluiige the coun? try into a new jreneral election, having for its purpose the taking away of tbe ! ijrht of veto from the House of Lords, l!in afternoon proved the greatest sur pnsc in Eoglisb politica iu years,, Lots oi iiiings You Want Still Unsold Stock of Groceries At Cost For Cash Evervthino E Teas and Coilees Kits Roe Herring 75c PailsHerring Roe 50c Puffed Rice, 12c PuffedWheat,8c Force, 9c Dust Exterminator, 4c Vour ehance tor ? " le ? CHRISTMAS GIFT is by aoming bere ?nd huyingonoo the aboi o baud ue P irl ?r Lamps a oost. \\ e an- cloal-ff thoni out al am beiownott.aa are wlfl nol handla thon longer. ( oine and ?et tb i plek. R. E. KNIGHT, Bookeeiler and Btattoner. 0.1 623-625 Klug Street NOTICE H i ? in ' qu dilled i tria oi the will i fJDOAR I.* LES deceascil. all nerson Indebted to th estato are berebv n I lo maki prompt payment ef mh Indebted. ind thoaa I ? wta >ni tln uld estale if ii debted are .iii. ctcd theli elalmB, properl) certlfled. for r-ayi Ii iK \ V. LYL1 novT 1 >t LOST. Thls morning on I between990and ioo'i locl n booki t tbfl Bfereantllfl B ! si <l Ixian Assoeiation aiel ? I tt< n ird If B tarned to 211 ftlbhon at ' l nnvU.* f F)R RKXT. - At Xo. 122 north Hojal Btreet, 6 ROOMS AXB BATfT. .Ap? ply atabove number. BOTH :t WAKTED TO RI* nr len rnom raoaera. ii',! HK, rentrallj located. Addrer novl-iJt GBtM) lATI.itT\?\Mi:ST. OILHKRT WALBES will kIvi hi* rainous performa:-. - oratorj-. draiin. natlHM and Gtn ?iatedbythfl BAWKlXd ItROTHKKh whowonth' goldmedal attheSt. l.oui Exponitici for best lanjo and gulls slavers. Dont fail lo hear them at ile i'O'UKO PEOPM fl ttCll.l'IS'ii on Tt.F>l)A>. M?t BMBtCH I". at Sti, m. Admlaalon eeeds for benefit r.f hiiiMin:'. leni.' :' FOR UXT.-rHOVSE So, BH north Washington street; t; rooms nnd batb. Apply at 4"> r.orth vVashit itreet, noyltiw DRY GOOm Thanksgiving LINENS ...!, BleaebedIrlabDamask. CQr> *-?quality. Bpeeial,yard **, , ..-ineii "isoft-linisheil Silver Rleaehed German Damaak. 91.25 qual-?1 Af) Ity. Bpeeial, \ard .... ^A.MKF I (tn Fine lleinni >d Huek Towels l-e quality. B.-eoial, 1CP < 19x88 All-lineii Hemstttehed Ifluek Towels. S3e quality. Bpe- 'IC wh......... _.J*~ -oiii. Extra tVelfht Bleaebed frlah Sapkina |I ttquaflty. Sp_ tt'i CU ??ial.. li iPl._? jrj Ineb Bilver Rleaehe I in.n Kapkins. |1._-quality. <? 1 CA .peelal.dosen.... ?L.D\J 7_-lncb Blea^bsd Sooteh Dain- 7GJp ask. We quality. Speeial / _*_ Bleached Scotch Damask Pattern Tableeloths. 2x-yarda, We of/- ? tfow 2x!l-2 yard* vVei ? W i-'-. Now ?-j0 : 2x (yarda Wore ?_ : >. Now f&eu . *?ou 8 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. '?? -_-??? POLITE VAl DEV1I-LE, CHANQE1) MON. AND THI RS, 10 Cents to All. Coloraio Charley and Sister, Knife Tbrowing aud BharpShooting. Eleanor Dameron, TbeOIrl wltb tho Captlvating Volce. Lily Langdon, Blnglng Boubrette. Matinee Weilne-nl iy Bad S iturd.iy BC lateet motion pleturesebangad dally, illBEST DESSERTS OrJcr Bloch's PIES, CAKES AND PASIRY Your familj and guests will sppreciate their rich Imme madfl Bavor. Special orders will have our prompt attention. H. BLOCH Both Phones. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. .!:?? KKIiX PROVMI03H, WOOD, i ?? \i? LIME. f'KMKS i\ TKRRA i rtri'A BKWKR PfPK, NA I 1*S, i.l.vs.s. PAISTS AND OIL. ivory Wall Plaster A large quantltv of new and second laiitllumberandsccond-tmad briek for -ile eheap. WM. H. PECK'. A fartanate pjrchisa of DIAM0ND3 en ableo U3 to o.'fa tha ba.? DIAMONDRINQ I we have ever ra. 115.00 to 150.03. IC. faCTUM S SflNS Jewelers'and Silveramltbs For Sale or Rent. The deslrable reaidenee wltb buge mth st. Aaapfa street. i in tbfl beat realdentUU seetion <ii the citv. For full partleubura apply at 413 Duke str noel ii vtii : n i. e liereh ? . Icep tbat ih lN mial ine to,:, ?'?fOi lera ol ba \\ Il.l. \!M> HOTEL < l>MP \v- ^ rl i Ii ? beld at thi '?? oO ?. N'o. i-; Alexandria, Vra.,?ii bIOND \'i. Novemb irffl, l?m,al : i/,p. in.. for the oleetloo of president md dlrectors for the wisulng year, and n.-i) oth ?? business a> m?v coun -.?-,? it \\ . 8. IfARB LS reUry. t'l VT ? i.1 H'.lll III. ll ' ?tl \'e.l I Ts ..i ? OLUMB1 V HoTI i ' OMI I it thoc >rn| tl ? mdria. \.v. ?M>A V. Novemb r - at 2 p m.. tor iheeloctl mofprwsldentanddiivcton for the POSUin ' year, are! -ueli ol.o-i - RARBAX, Be iretary. nov td Tha Fmeiit of Everyt-unr. ATMORE'S Mincemeat ln 5 lb. pails and 3 lb,jaro. Plurn Pudding FHOS. [All Cor. Camsron and Pitt Streeti. _ROTH PHONES. Piiil biUIOfl lalair. Kine BRICK KI>;n>i:.V( E. ? rorms a ul batbi aii modern Immovemeuis! e-fltrjl locstlon Apply "ty." this op |* IIOTWlw* kivi, and rirrsTKKKT-. Telephone and mail orderi receive prompt andcare ful attention. Holeproof Hosiery for men, women and children. We are exclusivc agents in Alexandria and vicinity for the famous holeproof hosiery for men, women and children. Remember in buyiiig six. pairs of these hose at one time they are e uarantccd to wear for six months without darning. If they should not the raanu facturer will eheerfully re place with newones. Men's Holeproof Hosiery. Pair 25c, 35 c, 50c. 75o. Women's Holeproof Hos? iery. Pair 35c and 5(K\ Children's Holeproof Hos? iery. Pair 35e. 3 pail ; $1.00. tandard Pallen ii 10c a.nd 15c Electric Lights. Du you appreciate the comfon, couveoience, aafety and aconomy of electric iight-? F.tll J- here ?nd winter with its long night closa at band, el c tric ligbta are not a luxuryl ut a Deooaarty. They add e_e? ia the dining r.xim; make readinp, Bewing and tbe like more plaaa* ant. The control of the light is inatantaneoua, no matefaea re quired, no cleaoing reqnired aiid no odi.r. Why not wireyour bome new before oold weather aeta in. Call on us for partleutara Alexandria Electric k 524 KING STREET Ill STEK- IN *M ?T1 UM, ? .??( a i \ us roAtrr, lAibw i? mi * ?it ?si'l\h*'* .Al i . iiv.ays F'rinee and Rnyal Slreeii No i f> 1.1 i, reby iven that the au n i tl 1,1 .in:. ..i tbe atockholdera ol rilit.UA- l I l-Iil.l. _ i oMl'AN 1 . u 11 i?!-. .i iii be beld at the offlee iftliOcomiauy, 123 louth Royal street. \!\o Iria Va on MONDAY, Novetn ri 28,iPlu.at i. > ? p. m., for the eleotloo uforhci rs and direetors lor tbe eueutag md fur the th_asa-tloa <>' othei bu inesa aa may be pioperlv i ? I upon. HAROl I' E. DQ-LE. ii.o- i.i Seerotary. If it ia lometbiag n lioa ^u tant ?come a ?ee wbil W oflai b ' finallv '!''' :''" 10 bjy. ?'. ? /? ai 4 oompltta tfctt >'?"> mvn ??? ?c la rjuabty ind prir?. We will -pAV ' money and give y u ; ?trWf-ction. Come in, maks c>mpar. Iqqs, 'hen buy where jou tet the bost values. You will fiud it bart, Saunders & Son, <o29 Kintf S?r?et. WmtW