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ISNOW To tfet one of thoae attracnveand complctc cight room and both houaea. with a dry. bright concrcte eellar. furnace. opcn lire place. gas and electric li?h?. and every modern e.,nven.cnce and a lot 180 feet deep. There is only one left Of thosc smaller hou.cs in Roscmont. and you will have to de cide quickly if you want to securc this laat low priccd hou.e. and livc comfortable and happy thia comintf wmter. Ask ao> - ?ne in Rosemont hnw they likc livmg 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. #8.60 gSaffiS.:::::? SS a^Jrtz=z:::: Cs ^^tr^:::::::::::.::::." ?.*,,.?>, mm.....~ *.. Business and Residence Property for Sale. Insurance of Every Kind, HARRIE WHITE^toSfco^wash ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMELjCAFE ammas ro? oa ?a a*d wnriaa awsoa the mhto Ckcrrystone Oysters. Select Potomac R.ver Oysters. and Reed Birds. EVERYTHING SEASONABLE. STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER J. WO. OFF1CERS GEOIEJWARFIELD. Cashicr G. L. BOOTHE. Prea.dent T 1 GRFEN Asai.t.nt C?hier M. ?? HARLOW. Vice-Pre.ident J- J.CRtbN.Asaiata DIRECTORS GEO. E. WARFIELD GARDNER L. BOOTHE| g f muirbj BENO T BAER. JR. WALTER | ROBERTS M B. HARLOW ^^ _ ^ RESOURCES . UAB":mES .?.,.,.,,, bTam."^m.ert,.'f|^g jss?..^.r. asg Bankiflg llmiM-......??? '--"? .,U ",' ,' Due fromBankaand Re- imm ibllltiea. '"-",1 s43aB.179.e1 equlpmenl oieaalers, ratallera wrve Agenta. " (jajjli . ?? ?'-.'?,-w-' 5P? r( ent.Fund. 91,329 ;ij.prt>eiated. When Buying Fuel The consumer must ahaaya figora on the ac tual amount of heat and comtort that is got en for the mone" spent. We believe that our connectioiw of long standinc, coupled with the large amount of fuel that we buv, make it possible for us to sell the very highest gradesof Coal and Wood at prices that are cheapest to the consumer. A trial order of our Coal and Wood, or an opinion from some of our sattsfied customers, will prove that our idea of pnttlng quality first is correct. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. Order Office, 529 King Street. Virginia Saf eDeposit&Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Autherirad Capitol. ?1.000.000. _ Paid in Capital. $300,000. DIRECTORS C 1 Rixey.lohnP.Robinaon.ThomasJ.Fannon.C.C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baadcr. Georgr 5. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act a? Executoi, Admim.itrator and Trustec. Isaue Fidehty. Contract. Official and ludicial Bond?. Gencral Banking aad Trust Buaines* Tranaacted lnterest paid on Saving* Accounts. Wc solicit the accounta of Banks, Corpora >io??. Firma aad lndividuala. and promise liberal treatment coaai'tcnt ?/ith ?oUfld banking method?4 TflURaJDAY KVKNINfl, MOT. M IJJanie* ui "ii *1urgan. 8t: Loui*, M"?? -N'">' -?>? "*"?'? **u;r pont Jdorgan an 1 otbei abarka of Wall etreel ire reepooaibla for Ihe atate of affaira in Mexico," aaid vTotor L, Berger, aocaabat congreasman-elect frotn vTiacenain, here today. "Tbeir influencebaa cauaed the Dnited fltatea imenl toaupport Diu/ Incruabiog hia opponenta, to ihnirown coffan may be enricbed. "Tbera can be no doubt tbat l'oiiirio I'ia/., dictator of Mexioo, bae bald bia :. uHion aa vjrtual roonarch by bavinjt n los- nnderatandinn with J. Piorpont Morgan and other plutocrata ol tbe ! nited 9tatea wbo bave intereata in Mexico anl wboM acheinea Preaident Diaa ha< furthered in every w.iy." added Berger, "and in whoao plundef be bas iharod." Cliargc- to he Invc>.tlgaU><i. New Vork. Nov. 28.? Cbarge* that tbe patienta in tbe State BoepitaJ for tbe Inaane on Ward< laland, and prob uhly in many state institutiotia, have been robbedof needed food will be in ited by the legislature graft com mittee ol tbe New York Aaeanlhly. Thaafcagrvlng Day Preaeat. New York. Nov. 23.?An inoreaaa ul 5 percent In wa<"-s will be jiven to all tbe Irainmeo ol the Brooklyn l: Traoait Bailaoad, aa a Tbankagiving Day preeent The increaee affecbi morethan 10,000 men on the aurface and elevated linea in Brooklyn. \> AVI'S KXKdTlOX IIASiTI-.XKO. Tlie murderer Allison. taken to the North Caroliua peoJUeatiary laat month from A-hevill" and aentl to be put to death by electri tity neit February, baa made an appoal to liov. Kitcbin to haateti tbe day of hia ileatb, declartna tbat be adabeato jM nul of tbe vvorld aa aoon aa poaaible. Alliton, who waa ? notorioua dee perado of the mountalc aectkm, killed tliree men. He awore thatbe would oever leave Runcombe oounty, and also th.it be would never dic in the electric chair. He cut his throat in jail tho day after his ?entence andalmoal carried outbia threat. Be wai brougbt to Raleigfa nnder a tjuard. tiov. K'it.-hin bas no nower to expe> dite the execution. MURUBRBH o% THE RAMPAGB. Williain Grilnth, a saloonkceper, nn iver his conffctton on charges of aaaault.rau amuck in New Caatle, Col, Wedneaday night. killing one roan and wounding two othera. Betben barri caded bimaelf in bia room in a down* town block and itood ofl the cituena. When ,i poaae from GlenwoodSpringa, headed by two women, finally broka ii to the room, Grriffith waa fpond dead, lying face down m the floor, The woodwork wai riddled with bullcts, one of wbicb ia thougbt to have killed him. Williain Davia, a apectator, was abot Mitd killed by (irillitb. Tbe wounded are City Ifaranal Rem mix, ahol iu abdomen, and Philip Car penter, apectator, shot through tho i.k. Botfa probably will die. The cxploaion ol a bomb in front of a tenament houae on Forty-eevemb atreet, Nea York, yeaterday, badly damagcd the front of the building and cauaed a wild panic among tho 2o fami bo oct upied tbe atructure. It Ia believed by tbe police that tbe bomb was meant for Baccacrolo Bros., a lirm wbicb recontly opoued a fruit Btore on the ground lloor. They are aaid to bave received threat-. that barm would come to them. Croup is moat provalout during the dry COW weatber of tho early winter months. Parenta of young rhildren ahould be preparcd for it. All tbat ia needed ia i bottie of ChambertainV Cough Remedy. Many motbera are ii. vi r without it 10 tbeir homaa and it baa nevei diaappointed them. rtold by W. 1". Craigbton and Richard (iibson. Tbe Fineat of Everything. Sweet Pickled and Preserved Skinless Fitfs Fancy Dratned Citron. Candied Lemon and Orange Pcel. New Prunes, Peaches and Apricota. Fancy Pulled Fi^s. Fancy Washed Figs. Sweet Catawba Wine, $1.00 Gallon. THOS. LANNON Cor. Cameron and Pitt Street*. BOTH PHONES. GO TO Knight & Rodgers' Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will ftfld the encrgy of youth and the experience of age. There ia nothing too large for ua. nothing too smsll for ua, nothing too plain and noth ing too complicatcd for ua. We can do a clas? of work that will auit the eco nomical and we can also do work to suit the most fastidioua. Plans Furnished Free When work i? given without com petition. novl?laa Fresh Air in Wintcr In winter, it is hard to gct fresh air In certain rooms. Some rooms lo ? house are usually coldcr than others, and if you open the windows It is hard agaln to heat the room properly. If you keep the windows closed you don't get fresh air; if you keep them open you cannot qulckly reheat the room. The ?CRFECTIO] Snokeless Ahsohtely moieleu and odorlea solves the difficulty. You can letve the windows in a room open all day in winter, and when you close them apply a match to a Perfection Oil Heater and heat the room to any tem perature you desire In a few mlnutes. Tba Perfection Oil Heatcr is finished in japan or nickel. It burna for r.inc hours. It has a cool handle and a damper top. It has an anfotnatlc locklna Ilnme sprcndck-, which prevents the wick from being turned higb enough to amoke, and is easy to removc and drop back so that the wick can be qulckly cleaned. An indicator always shows amount of oil in the font The flller-cap does not nced to be screwed down. It li put in like a cork in a bottle, and is attacbed to tbe font by n chain. Tbe burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, because ol! a new device in conatructlon, and consequcntl*. it can always be easlly ^"rewed In an Inatant for r.vuck.'ng. The Perfection Oil Heater ia strong, durable, weU rfiade, built for service, yet light and ornamental Otaltrs Bvtryur.trt. V >'-' Bf JMTa, ??<* /or dtscriptlt* Circvlar to f.e marisl Cftncy of Ihi Standard Oil Company liaaaaaaaaataal) In Bad Fix "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which leftme in bad fix," writcs Mrs. Oeorgia Ushcr, of Conyers, Ga. "I was unconsdous for thrce days, and after that I would have lalnting spells, dizziness, nervousncss, sick headachc, lieart palpitation and many stran^e feehngs. "I suffcrcd rreatly with ailments due to the cnange ot life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I cr.ncluded to try Cardui. . . . . , . f'Since takfns Cardui, ! am so much better and can do all my housev/ork." t* CARDUI I 41 The Woman's Tonic Do not allow yoursclf to get into a bad fix. You might set in so bad you would find it hard to gct out. Better takc Cardui while there is time, while you are still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top condiiion. In tliis way your troublcs, whatever they are, will grad ually grow smaller instead of largcr-you will be on the up-gradc instead of the down?and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a bottle at your druggists today. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the MgM Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE Ia what you want. Alao try aome of our tine Imported Winc*3 and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., Thanksgiving Suppiits We carry a full line of Fancy Groceries. Place your order with us and fet the beat the market affords at the !owc?t posjible price. Candieo. 10 to 25c pound. New Crop Nuts, 12 to25c pound. Miacd Nuts. 15c pound. Mincc Meat. 10 to 1 8e pound. Raisins. 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figa. 13c pound. Freah Fruits of all kinds. Drewed Turkeya and Chickena. PURE FOOD STORE. St. Asaph and Oronoco Street*. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. OROCRTUKS. I'ltoYISMNS, WOOD, COAL, I.IMF. CEMEVT, TEKKA COTTA BEWKR PIPE, N A ! I ,S . OLArS, I'AINTS AND OH* IvoryWallPlaster A huaja ojuaatltj of new and aaeond hand lumlior nnd iweond-haml lirick for sale ahaap. WM. H. PECK. Taylor's Bronchial Lozenges for the alleviation of Bronchitn. Hoarscness. Coughs. Colda, ctc. 10c a box. Taylor's Pharmacy, tolb King Street. NOTIOX is beralw given tbat the an? nual incetlng oftl tbe COLl JMBJA HOTEL COMPANY will be held at tbe oompany'a offic ?. So. 123 south Royal atreet. Alexandria, n afONDAY, Kovembi : m.. for theelectiouof ? for tbe onsuing yi-ar. and aoen otber iaa maj corne before it. W. s. HAKHA.V. Stcrotary. tltlVf t(l sotki: Havinj: tuken enarn of tbe bu of mv foiher tbe btte ixlgar Lj lea . I am ptspaied to do all ttnda of inoe repair iijcj in bcsl manner. Tbanking onr paa rona for their pa.?t fuvors. 1 reapecttully sol iclt a share sfaame. \urilLUL. lv: 110 South St. Aaapb Street. aTerii t Beat John Ahern & Co., Oornet Piinee aad Conanaene stree; ? WHOLESALE tf RETAILGROCERc kud daaleva in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.^F Country produoe reeeived daily. Our stoek of Pbun and Paaey Groeerlee am braeca ei erytblng t<> ba had In this line. vVe hold larg'elv In (JnltedStatea bond ed ararehouac and aarry in stoek varlous briunls of the bcst PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES noadc. Hai a alao Ia atoraeuperlOTgiwdea of PoraJgn and Ameaiaan WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. ftfc r.."ti(,n (luaranteedaa to Priceand Qnaj _ Ni 11 i ('??:. flaving quallficd as execu trlx ofthowlUol EDOAR LYLKB, ? lodebtad to tho aro horeby notlfled to naka proropt payment of auch Indebtedneee, and thoae to whom the aaid eatatelaln debted are dlrected u> preeent tln-ir olalroa properly certffled, fbr payment. DORA \ ? LYLE8, Rxeeurix. novT I 'i NOTTCE ia heraby given tbat tiie an meetlna of tbe stookhohlors of th.' WILLARD IIOTEL OOMPANY will be hel.l at tba oornpaay*! ofnre. Xo. |*3fouth Roral street, In Alexandria. v.i...-n MONDAY,Novomber28, 1010,at i.l.'i |i. iv... for the eleetion of proeident and dlrectora for the enaulng year, and sueh other bualneaa as may come be forelt W.B BABBAK.llaaretaiy. nr.v- td_ W. A. Johnson & Co., ? N. E. Corner Canieron aml Royal Strcete. wholesale;grocers General Commisaion*Merchantt umJ dealen Ia ALL KINDS OF L1QUORS. Have on hand l XX, XXX, XXXX and Puro Old Rye,01d Cahlnct Monogram Whlaklea; also Baker'a and Thompaon'a Pure Rye Whlaklea. to whiili they invit.- the attention of the trade. Ordera from the oountry for merchar ?!! reeoive proinpt attention. enta of Floor. Uraln and ? rv Praduee solicited. for which thev), . 'i-iniee thehiKheatmarketpriees nmp r.-tiirnst Bv vi it 11 v. o7 tbe levj made 5y tHe nnderslened under an exeeutlon in m\ handsl will sell at poblie auction forcaab.on the premiaea, No. t >; aouth . r. Alexandria, Va., on UONDAT, 28tb day of Woftaber, 1910, %\ tba hourof lu o'cloek a. m., thefollow ing peraonal property in mj uniler saitl OXOCUtiOO, to-wit: All tbe -tingofgrocerles, Qxturea ROBT. H. 00X, nolTt'i rity Sorgcaut. _ For Sale or Rent. The desirable realdence with large iwn. 307 aouth .St Asaph street, I iu tba best residential sectlon of the city. For full particulars apply at 412 Duke street ??v4 tf Rope Portieres In all colors and sizes to match* $2.98 for the small size and $3.98 for the larger size. D. Bendheim & Sons 316 KING STREET OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Are manufaetured and liocnsed undor tlie .Seidt n I'att irt. Tbe l'Jll niodels are now roady for delivcry, and aro the most aUractivo linc of car.s in the whole OOUntry. Consnlt hh nnd get a car that will l>" 8 roaJ ploasure to you. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street Buy at the Start ^heGLot?oo: $10 cash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people otfmo-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 car fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Offlce, 621 13th Street, Northwest Clip this ad; it leads the way. Must Be Sold by 15th TO SETTLE AN ESTATE Fine, modern, bay window fron . eight room brick house. with concrete cellar, furnace lieat, bath room, with all modern plumbing convenences and sewer connection. Lot 24 by 1 lOfeet. Side and rear alley. Two blocks north of King street. See me at once. F. L SLAYMAKER 313 King Street. BUILD1NG MATERIAL8 [E8TABLISHED 1SZJ.] Henry K.Field&Co., Succesaora to JOSiAH H. D. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OP AI.L KINDS. Lumber, Ccment and Plastcr. OffloeindYard 115 X. TJnion atroet Kactory No. 111 K. Lee street. Materlal IVUvwpd FRKK In the eity. Generai Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke Bf Herbert Bldtf. The cornpaniea represented in this offlee have assets of over |100,000,UUU. Ainong others are: Hartford Fire Inaura'nceCo. Liverpool tff London ftf Globe. ifitna Inaurance Co. Northern Aaaurance Co. Sprintfficld Fire V Marine. 1 romptatteution given toadjuatment of loaseaandall mattera conneoted with nauranee. N( ?TICE TO ST ATK TA X l'A VKKS. I am now prepared to recelve the *tate taxes for the year 1910. The attcn tlon of taxpayera is respectfully called t the importanoeof Day njc the aame prior to December 1, 1910. aa on thatdate a penalty of flve per oent will be added to all unpald bllla, and their colleation en for^a^ufr^b^w^^ otaWewl aTfB/ ueMUii. I 1 AM OFFKKINO FOR NALE EXTRA FANCY BRtSTOW CREAMERY BUTTER 38c Pound. I jjuarantee erery pound to jfive satls faction. Fresh and Kmoked Bfeata. QroeBriea and Farm I'roduotB of all kinds. TelepboneordBiaarHraa prompt attcntion. Free delivery. F. C. PULLIW Corner Queen and Royal atreeta. 'Phone, BclliteL, Home *7W. tyis iy John I*. Robi*w3i, Obo. S. Frknch, Prealdeut. Heoreury. ia Fertilizer and MAKUrACTlKBBa Of Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and Sulpltoric Acid. Aak your dealer for the Alexandria FertlllzorandCbemlcal Co.'b Producta. Capaoity: 30.000 tona p?r loaam. PiiAoeee BtrBBt aad Potomac Alver ?OfrrRTf. AhnuartMb, vtegtofa. tfaVaafcaaiaV'r _. ?Ani>xjjg i.. Bmtbk. i U. B^Aiuuair mwn'eat Yl% nraatfeat First National Bank Al.KX A*DIMA. Vi. Dc&igrutcd Dcpoaitary ol the Uoited State*. CAFITAL.UW.0M SUBPLLTg AifD TJNBrvTMaB profitb.aiza.goe DIreotore: O. L. BOOTHE. M. B. HARA.OW, o. k. warfield. j. f. MrrR, WALTKR KOBERTS, B. BAER, Ja., FRAXOIS L. 8M"~" EHTABLISHF.I) 1852. Burke & Herbert Modernly equipped for bankiaf Ua ita varioua braDabea, Depositi's received aubjeet to oheak at ilaht ColleetlonB made on all pointa. Illgh-grade Inveatmeit seoaritlee boujrbt and sold. Lataava of Credlt aad Fwretj-a Bn> hauwc furnlshod. Salv I'eposlt Boxes for rent. \ Bavlnn Dejmrtment m whiok la? ereal is Mlowod on depoaita. HASTE in selcctintf a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive oft~*n MAKES you wish you had jugt told your dealer to send you Lcadbeater's, which you know isgoodand pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Eatablumad t t9t STEAMERfl Norfolk and Waahington SteamboatCo. Every day in tho year for Fort Moa roe, Xorfolk. Xewport Xewa and polnW sotith. vin mperb, powerfni ?.????'l palaeo ?taaunera. Leava Waahlaatoaa,a\a9 p. aa. Leave Alexandria 7.0op. m. Arrive Ft. M on roos 7.00 a. m. Arrive Xorfolk 8.00 a. m. Arrive l'ortsmonth S.oOa. m. Leave Portsmouth 5.00 p. m. Leave Eorfolk 0.00 p. m. Leave Pt Monroe 7.00 p. m. Arrlvo Alexandriafi.:W a. rn. Arrive Washington 7.00a. ro. Through conneetlona made at Korfolk with utoamerH of the Old Domlnioa Bteamshlp Ootnpany for Nrew Vork and MSrchants'uud Miners Kteamsblpa for Boston. Oeneral Tfokat Offiee, 720 i tth st.N.W. Dond Building. Washington, I). 0. Phonc afain U90. Soventh street wharf. Phone Maln3700. Alexandria wharffoot ofPrinc? street. W. BLCALLAHAN, aprl lyr General Fassengor Agent Maryland Delaware and Vir ginia Raifway Company. SI'KIXG ajCHXDULS. .Steamers ot thin line leave Alexandria on and after May 15,1910, Every afOMDAY, Wt-.DXESDAY and SATURDAY at 4M p. m. FOR BALTIMOIiE AND ALL TflB U8UAL RlVEK LAXDINOS. Culstne and appotntmeata unexcelled. Preagbt for Baltlmore, Philadelpbla and Xew York sollclted and handled with oaaa Through ratcs and bills of ladlng latued. tMnjrle Un to Baltlmore, *2.SO; round irip. 93*60; staU rooms. one way, 81.60 Nfeala, 500. REARDON ftORIaCBB, Agents,)') Footof Cameron street SCHEDULE Steamboat Co. Effeetlve May 9, 1910. Steamer" Capital City." Lcaves Alexandria at 6 p. tn. on Moa day and Wodneaday for Parnam'a Point and lower river landlnga. Return wa/ly ffradBaaday and Friday morning. Leare Saturday at '?> a in, for Xomini and lnter> mediate landinga, returning Kuaday aboutft p. m. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Hunday, Tuesday and Thursday at9a. m. for Wirt'a wbarf and all lnter mediate landinga. Returning leaveWirt'e wharf at I a. m. the following day and arriviug at Alexandria about 4 p. m. Reardon & Grimes, Agenta, Foot of Cameron Street Tclephone Xo. 50. J?H lr* Otterburn LithTa andTvTag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Waur iot Dyapea aia. Indifeation. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Lcadintf Phyaiciana endora* it aad tBB> tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, 9ngfi?t.