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AI-XANDRIA, VA., MONDAY EVENING, DW'KMBBR 3. 1810. IMUCE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 288 R-ILBOADB Southern Railway* Trains leave Unlon Station, Alexandria. in efleet November 27, i','?. K II -Followtnfiobed?e flgiirea pq> IUhc.1lonlvas information. :uid are uot iM7jSlV Dnily loeal between Wash iuLMuii and Danvllle. ._ |y Koenl for Ilarnson linrgand way atationa. ___._- ., .. l~ a \1. Rally V. S. I'ast Mail. only Ibr paaaengera for polntaaontfa s which acheduled u> .siop. Hr* leeplng ears lo liirminghain and drawlng room aleeplng ears to New ma. Dining <*ar service. H17A.M. Daily -Mail tmiii. Coaches ror Manaa?a,< harlottesville.Lynchburg, Dauvilleand Oreenaboro. Sleeplng ears Oreenaboro to Athuiu. 441 ;? M. Week daya Llinlted mr Warrenton. Charlottcsvillu aud Harrl ?'?" \i Daiij BlnnIngba? apee _J. "sleeping?ra between New York, Atlanui APnlaton aud Birmingham. Through flnd-cbuu ooeebe between Wnahlngton, Atlanta aud Biruin Dining car service. Tourist to Calilonna live ttmea weekly. . m Week d_ye-Limiton lor Har rtaonburg and way station*i on Mauai?s branoh. Pullman bufiet parlor ear. 5:l'i P. M.?Daily?laocal for \\ ai ren ?j?7 P M The Sonthem's South-1 -;'. ?rn Llmited for Columbia, Charieaton, AlWeu Augusta. Savannab and .Jackson \ lile, Through Pullman drawlng room. state room _l??ei*iii-_ eara. Coaches. Dlulug ?r*. . , _ 10-'7 I' M Daily Washington and Chattanooga Llrnlted (via Lyuohburg). Flnt ??W eo?eh and sleeping ears to Roanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. SleepertoNew Orleans, Washington to Roanoke. Dinlng car service. IIV1 P M ?Daily?New York, Atlanta andNew Orleans Lluiited. All Pullman traiu, club aud observation ears to New Orleaus. Sleeplng ears to Asheville. Atlanta. Macon and Xew Orleans. Sleep Inif ears to Charlottc. Dining ear service. fai A. M.-Daily Meinuhis special. Sleeping ears and coaches for Uoauoke, Knoxville, Nashville, ChatUnooga aud Memphis. Dining car service Wash? ington sleeping ears open 10*00 P. M. Through trains from the south ?rive at Alexandria 8:13 and 6flg, 8flfl and 1033 a m 1 13. 738, 10:13 and 11 As I*. M. dally.' llarrisouburg 1148 A. M. week days aud t?:13 P. M. daily. From Char ville ?__ A. _. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexaudria IW. A 0. Station) week daya at 332 A. M.Sdfi and 426 for Bluemont;6*33 P. M.week days lor L-.-es burg; *i:.V> P. M. dailv for Bluemont aud 9.'? A. M.. looal, ou Sundays only for Bluemont. For detailed schediile figures, tiekets, Pullman reaorvation. ete , apply to WILLIAM O. LEHEW. Union Tieket Agent, Alexandria, Va. E H COAPM?N. Vice Proa AGen.Mgr. S. H. HARDWICK, Paae Traf. Mgr. il. F CARY, General P_aenger Ajjent. L. S. Brown, Oeneral Agent, Washington. D. OL Washington Southern Ry. Sohedulo In effect Nov. '11. 1910. Trains leave I'nion Station for Wash? ington aml pointa north at T 4:t, .98. 8 S and B il a. in., 12 01.2 30. 3 07, s IS aud 11 ;;' a, in., daily. FoV Fredericksburg, Richmond and poiuta south at 4 37, 7 53 (loeal) and 10 '11 [x ,,, ,17 (loeal) 7 4. aml 9 67 p. iu. dally. , . , ,. Aeeommodatlon for lredenekshurgat 1113 a. ui.. daily. On week days thw train run* through to Milford. Notk; Timeofarrivals and departures and conneelioiis not. guar-anteod W P TAYLOB, Tr_Be Manager. Richmoiid. % a. Washington-Virginia Railway. in ctVc-i November l. IMft UUVI AI.KXAMUMA. For Washington, rrom corner Triiiee and Boval streets. week days. at 540, C 06 G X>, U 80, 8 t". 6 65, 7 U">, 7 15, 7 30, I 40, f; or, 6JP.C30.fi 15,700,7 10, . 3&.HW, ??#, 11, 10 OO, 1030, H 10 and 11 55 p. m. Sundivs -T 00, 7 85. 8 10, 830, ** 10. t>'X>. 9?,94fi 1000,1030,1040, 1! uo. II20 and 1140a in.. 1200m., 1220, 1240, 100, 130, I 40 3 00, 2 20, 2 ??'>. 3 00, 3 30, 3 W, 1 00, l 30, 4 4o' 5 00, 5 20, 5 40. fi 00, C 20, 6 40, 1 00, 7 30. 740i ... Q, 10 00, 10 30 aud II 10 p. m. fM MOl N I VK.KNON. hUTf '? lnT?iItTt" tot ?O?it Vernon, week davs. ai 545, 686. 7 56, 151, 11 _-. a. in.. 12 25, 1 25, 1 25, 3 30, 4 40. .. 86, ti S.i 7 :*."., *?> 50,!' 50. to 50 an<l :i 50 p. m. Sundavs-7oo. S30, 930. 10 30, 11 30 a. iu., 13 80, 1:?. 2 30, 3 :to. I 30, 5 30, >: 80, . .w. I |o IC i?. ui. WILLIAMS* KIDNEY PILLS. Have vou overworked your nervotia ivst.-iu and caused trouble witli your kldneysand bladdor? Have you nolns ln lolns, side, back aml btaddar? Have vou i flabby appearanoe ofthe tooe aaa under the eyesr A freouent desire to pass urine? If so. Williams' Kidne. hiw m ill eure you Drugglsts, once .*0e. Williams M'f'g Oa, Props., Cleveland, 11 l'or sale. -holeeale aml retail, by B S, Leadbe-iter _ Sons._ AR?,e CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ? ^ffsug ii quicUy a.aoru... Givea Relief al Once. Itclean*es, soothes, heals aml ntoteeta the ttasaaea _*'iu brane renltiaa froin Cstana aml drives awav a Cold in the _ Head qui.kly. Re. U A V FFVTR store^ um s.ii^s oi nM i ? Ls tn Taste an.l Bmell. _r_Us.se ">0 ot-* . it Dnii; gists or by ?all. Iu li.jui.l tona, '. 5 Ely Brothers, 56 Warrcu Street, New York. Electric Lights. Electric lights are a necessity, not a luxury Did you ever stop to con? slder how easy it is to light electric lamps? No matches required. Simply turn the knob and the lights are on. The knob ia always in the same place and you know the ex sct position. Tho match box is often empty and sometimes moved Call on us for full information and cost o( operation. Alexandria Electric Co, PUBI.IIHKDT.AILT ANDTRI-WEKKI.T AT (JAZETTE BUI-DINO, 310 and 312 PRINCE BTREET. [Entered atthe Postomce of Alexandria, Virginia,?_ seeond-class matter.] Tkrms: Daily-1 y*?ar, |5.00; C months. KLflO; 3 luonths, |l._-">-. 1 month. 43 .eents 1 woek, 10 eents. Tri-weekly-1 yoar, $3.00: C month* fl.fiO: 3 months. 75 cents; 1 month, _u eents. ? , "ontraet advertiser. will not be allowfvi lo excowl thelr spaee unless theexcess ls paid lor at transient rates, and under do olreumstanoes will they be allow.xl lo advertLse other than their legiti mate business in the s|Wiee eontracte'.l Itosolutions in memoriaiii, of thanks. tributesof respect resolutious adopted by societies or persons,unless of publie coneern, will be printcd i" the ?>:?l>" aa advertlaements. CAKIHVU. I-AVORS ITRITY. Iu hisBermon at tlie Cathedr.il in Baltimore yesterday morning. Car? dinal Gibbons praised tlie sentiment favorable to church unity expressed by tbe. reccni tricnnial i-onveiition of tlie Protostant Episcopal Cliurcli held in Cincinnati. Ohio. Tho cardinal said in part: "I wish toallndeto thetrienni.il eoii vetilioti of the l'rotestant Episcopal Churcli. wliich was held recently in Cincinnati. At tlie oonreaUoa the memben adopted reaotutioni making for the unity aml redemption of all Christetidom. My brethreii, we praise the members of that church for their action because they reilect honor on their heads and heart., and I join with them in praying that the day may be hastened when Chri.st's words that there shall be ono fold and one shepherd will lie fullillod. Cnity of faith is ;. miMt splendid eviiieuce ofthe mission of our divine Savinnr. and we should have unity of faith so that all may I* boutid together by the WM tie of faith and be subservient to one. shephenl God. "There cannot be uuity of faitb. bowever, if there is lo be more than one cburch, or if there is going to I more tbau one head. Our Loril and Saviour Jesus Christ never intei d <l tha' there should l>c many cborvbes. be causo in Holy Writ He alwaya taid, in speakiug of the chureh, 'On?? .-iieplicrc and ono fold.' To have perfect chureh unity and harmony we should be bounij hy Ihe same tie ol f:?it"'. should liatail lo tho voirfl *?f ono slieplicrd. shoul.l liv from all fal.-c propheta as tli** sheep tly from the wolf. "My dear brethern, common semo aloiie, without tlivine revolatioii. ouglit te impress upon us tlie absolute Jieecs sitv of f.lilll. "Where only ran this unity bc found? Mv br-thren, in tl.** Holy Uomao and Oatholic Apostolk Cburch, <?f wiiich the pope Ol l.i'ine. tbe ropreseiitativc of CbrUn is the bead." Many persons tind themselves affecl ed with l persistent cough after an at? tack uf ioflMetin As this cough can be proinptly cured by the use of Chani? berlain's Cough Remedy, it should not be allowed to run until it become*-* troubleaomo. Sold by W. P. Creigh toti and Richard Uihsoii. MIMSTKIt Hl'THAITS. In his pulpit ye<tcrday Rev. \V. L. Barrett. pastor of First Presbvteria0 Church. al Blairsville. Pa., publicly rctracted thc statement made in a reeetit sermou, upon which Governor eh-ct .lolm K. Tenor based a suit for crirniiial lihel. The minister said that the statement le* made iu his pulpit OU Oetober 28 10 theeftt-ct that tho then candidate fc.:' jjovcrmX had liecti seen in an in tozicated coiidition at Kittani_ng was based upon informatlon given by Ber. W. A. Roulston. of Vandergrift. A letter was read from TAIr. Rouls Ipii iu wliich he explained tliat he mistook another man for Candidate IVner and that when under misappre hetisioH he related the incident to Rev. Barrett lie did 10 without nialicc and without au idea that it would he pub? licly stated. Kev. Barrett also declared tliat his pulpit referenee to thc storv was with? out malice, but, supposing it anthentic, he ineluded it it. his sermon on "Pcnn sylvania's Great Moral Issue." In view of the rctractions, it is ati noiinced, the govenior-elect's suit, which was lo have come up before the Indiana county grand jury today, will be withdmwn. The peculiar properties of Chamber laln'l Cough Remedy have been thoroofbly teeted during cp*'.?mics af inlluenza, and when it was taken in time we have not beard of :i single case of pneiunonia. Sold l>y W. r. Creigbton aml Richard Gibson. < III IU 11 \M? STATK. Um Vortugucse government is preparing a decrec foi tho separatiou of church aud the state. This has resnlted incollisions between republi oaai aud clericals iu various parts of the country. The elericals assert that it is the govemment's purpose to des trov ihe religi.ms customs of Portugal. The minister of juatice denie.l this. saying that the iu-w law is designed only t.? afford complete liberty of con scienee in worship and that it providea even for tbe removal ofthe inhihition against prirsts marrying if they so desire. The iWager QllipP Amclio has made a formal request. for tbe restitu tiou of an amount e.mivalent to her dower of 1600,000, which is invested iu land securities in Portugal. Tho gnvattst danger from inihienza is of its resulting in pneumouia. This can beobviat-d byuaing Cbamberlain's Cougb Remedy, as it not oniy cures in tliienza. but nuinteracts any tendency of tbe disease towarda pneumonia. Sold by XX. ?. Creigbton and Richard <iib-on. _DRV GOODS._. Imported Broadeloths Worth $% 12.86, l&M ind f'J.7.">, all to ge at 98c Yard. We aeeured thi? lot from thc largeat importer in New York. When the gooda are right and the price ia right. there ia no lot too large for ua. Thia lot co-prisea about 6.350 yarda. The eolors are juat the shades for thia aea? aon . wear. There are plenty of black*. 52 to 56 triche* wide: permancat. Iuj trous finish. ani we sponge them free of charge. Just think of buying Broad cloths worth up to $2.75 a yard at the ; low price of 98c. Waist Patterns Waist patterns are always to the front as Chriatmas Presents. We'vc clipped i the proper lentfths from full piecea of ; the hest-gointf stuffa. folded them and arranged with beautiful Xmas band. [ Others have be.n put in fancy boxea. Thousand* of White and Colored Waist Patterna? 38c. 45c, 57c, 75c and 87c each Eighth Street Annex--White Ooods Pepartment. LANSBiJRGH 8 BRO. 42(1-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C Kll.l.l'.l) IH AI.'T?>.?Uillll.l'>. Coontess .le Nir..lay. tddeel datiaiiltr I of Ihe M.-in|tns \ ogiie an.l si-t.-r-iu law j of .Maiipiis Mi.-.M.ih.ni. her aon and ber chauffeur were instantly kHlcd in an :mtonioliile in Paria yesterilay. While attempting t> cro?s the railroad near Leinnns, 180 miles gontbwest .f Paria an expreaa train dashed into < the ear, smashed it in:'. snvall I prcoea and lerrlbly dtstiffuring us ......ipani-. Tlie g.i-oline t-ttiti waa hrokcn .md Ibe gasoiimi caughl fic*. Tlie ll.iin.'i sprrad to tire,' ..f tlu* mil way co.u hes ihat were lillcl with paa* aeng.ni, . real ing a paniV, bul the flre was soon extiiifuished. While ooasting ou Altenheim Ilill on the national piko in ar Wbeeling. vY. Va.. jresterday,Harold Moyers, IByeara old, and bil -.nisin. Charles Brtrlor, 14. were iiin down hv the automohilc of William Mone. a wealthy nier.-liaiit. P.iayl'-r died at a hoapital. Meyers was instantly killed. Walking into ihe Third preeinit station, Washington, and siiireiideriug to the police yesterday ajtenioon, An? drew t'ariseii. coiifessed that lie was drivingiiie autoinobile which ran down tlie iiiiid'-niilied man who is dying at Casualty Hospital from injiiries re ccived in tlie accident. HWBIal, BATH* Hill ?BWATafH. When it conies to luxorioiis hathihg facilities the l.'nited States Scnate btfl about asexpensiveapiKiintments _ will be found in thecountiy. Twenty rooOM ol varying si/?-s have ben set aside in the spacious scnate oflkc building as "bat?Ug rooms." The cntrance is through two largo mahogany doors. The rooms aro walled with expensive polilhed Vermont marble Tlie floors are also laid in marble, and thetuba would have been made of marble. butporcelain is considercd more sanitary. Tlie tubs are three inehes thick, seven feet long and about three foet deep. Showor bath and noedle bath lixtures are installed iu some of the rooms. A dry heat room and steam room have alsnl)een provided, apd an oxpert masosur will always be in at? tendance. ^^^^ IVesident Diaz of Mexico denied the report that he had appointed a com? mission to treat with tho revolnticnary leaders. _ Brigadicr (ieneral Oliver Kllsworth Wood V. S. A. retired, of Washington who for the pastthreo months had been a paticnt in the .lohns Hopkins Hospi? tal Baltimore died yesterday afternoon from acute stomiich trouble. He was 68 vears old. Ladies! Combine style with solid comfort. Wear the RED CROSS SHOE, to be had only at our store. .1. A. Marnhall A Bro., 4*22King street. Ready lor Ghristmas. H. BLOCH. King Street, Ia ready to receive orders for holiday auppliea. Fruit Cake*. Pound Cakes, Pastry, Confcctionery and miny other things needed during the joyous aeaaon will be furnishcd at satisfactory price*. 1 I l-'T -i VKAHS KXPKKIF.XI'F. OF AN Ol.D M'KSK. Mr>. Winstow 8 Snothing Syrup is tbe ?**.*scription ofoae of the best feinalc physicians and nurses in the I'nited States, and has been used for liftv yeara with never-failiiiffsitceess by millions of mother*for their children. It relioves tlie child from pain. ciires diarrhoea. griping in the Iwwels. and witnl colic. Hy giving health to the ehild it rests the mother. Twentv-livo cents a l>ottIe. When you feel IWittk nervous. tire<l. worried ordespondent it is a aure sigrt you need MOTT*s NKK i vim: PIL?*. They renew tbe normal vigor and make life" worth living. Re \\T7ol Mott's Nervine "Dtllo Price 81.00 by druggists. Wil j a 1115 iimm Mfg (o.. Piope., Clere ! land, O. For sale, wholesalt* and retaii, by E. il. Leadbeater <_ Sons, DRY G00D8. Woodward & Lothrop Direct Especial Attention to the Com pleteness Characterizing Their Department of, Perfumes and Toilet Accessories. l.ocatcdconvenieiitlv al the Q street entrance. and exten.lin- Hw aqil?V from Mth tollth street*. Thta enevtMeemm pfToHel and ruth ?nfulalt-a, of every day practleability aml luxurioiis refinemeiit. aftords limitless opportuuity for selc tion. I'erruiiicsofMici, noted n-puution.U iliose Irom < oty. lloubigant. Ref?n }.-Callet. Vantinc Colgate. Ae. Dainty cxtract*-. Sachets. Soaps. and other OOS ineties,eahallng tbebreate of the Japanmr.Cberry We?ore and the i.otus. tbo Saiidiil?oMlofsingaporeandIndia. the Incense ofthe mystie Orieut. Itefreshing 1'owders. Creams.aiul other prcparati<.nI for the toilet and bath-in fact. every d-mand tbat woman may make in her .ndravor to conserve or a-sist nature ma. |>e -atisfaciorily answered here. Exquisite Perfumes (.fthenioMdelightrulMlois. Irom French an?. ll-rman mak. rs. and. in addition. tho Iteetofextiaeti frem America. Face Powder and Bath Requisites, Hair Tonics, Toilet Soaps, Miscellaneous and Toilet Needs. of Alexandria, Virginia CA PITAL, $ 100,0007 SURPLUS. $ 125,000 OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield. President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. Clinton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert LIABILITIES. Capital. IIOO.o-i.oo surplus. 100.000.00 Individed Profits. _T.434.?< (ir.-ulation. Iin.ooo.on Deposlta. 19122.04 I v Pepoalt. l.i-.-.i-i Sl.lPi.t.i;. I'i For RentFor Rent 1314 King Street. Fine Store Room. I25.0O 801 Duke Street. 10 Room Drick and Bath. S25.00 1450 Duke Street. Store and Dwelling. 125.00 424 S. Washington Street. 11 Room Frame and Bath. 120.00 1000 King Street. Fine Store Room. $i8.oo; 1305 King Street. 7 Room Frame. S 15.00 1700 Prince Street. New 6 Room Frame. with deep lot, S 12.00 bOl.S. Alfred Street. 7 room Frame. 112.00 good 182 7 Duke Street. 7 Room Frame. I12.00 335 S. Patrick Street. 6 Room Frame. sio.oo; 337 S. Patrick Street. b Room Frame. 110.00 127 Prince Street. 8 Room Brick. SIO.OO 601[S. St. Aaaph Street. Store and Dwelling. Sfl.OOf 314 S. Henry Street. 6 Room Frame. $8.00 407 Queen Street. 6 Room Frame, 18.50 619 S. Patrick Street. 6 RoomfBrick. 17.00 John D. Normoyle KING AND ROYAL STREETS. WASHING. TELEPHONE OR ASK OUR DRIVERS About your family waah. Stop alaving over a steaming waah tub?just aend the week's accumulation of clothes to us. We will call for your wash regularly. We wash all the clothes. starch and dry all pieces that need it. Iron and fold all table, bed bnens. etc, ready for use. Our proces* ia sanitary and recom mended by physicians and bealth aoci ties. N The entire service coata you but 7c a pound No waah accepted under 25c. Banner Steam Laundry. Both Phon.-s MaOroaoeoBUeet _s lm Ci i.M E and -ee mir iieiv stock; of EtA P. I'INS. liu.-st sel.-elion weever h**il 11. W. WILHT ASO\. We carry a full line of Fancy Groceries. Place your order with ua and get the best the market afforda at the lowut po'iible'price. Candies. 10 to 25c pound. New Crop Nuts, 15 to22c pound. Mixed Nuts. 15c pound. Mince Mcat. 10 to 18c pound. Raisins. 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figs, 15c pound. Fresh Fruits of all kind*. Midland Butter. 38c pound. PURE FOOD STORE.; St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts SALK OF PROPERTY POR NON PAYMENT OF CITY TAX IX I'mler the following resoliiUon pasacd hy the Cltj < ounetl Tuesday,' tetober tl. 1910,1 will s.-ll.-il piibli.-au.'tioii on i'ues day. D.-ei inb.ii >: 1:'I0. in front ot'lhe Market Building, Royal street, Alexan? dria. Va.. the foflowlng I.* >Ts AND i.MI'l.m I'.MKN'i's thereon. or as much tbereof a- uut) i,, Deeesaarry to |<ay and tiatisfy the Uutes, snaossiiiei'it-. or charges due io tho Cltj Council of Alexandria ran tho ?ame Reaolved, Thsl tho f'olleetor of Taxea I,.-, an.l li.' is li.'1-el.y..lo-.-.-t.'.l t<> proeced iM sell at publie auet'on all real eatate in the city ol'AI.'x.-oi. 11:1 on arhieh are du.' and uurtaid io .lime i. ma, In Bonfartnity lo the Charter and laws re* lating I*. il..- iwnio, said sale Ui >-oiu ii)eii<-<- TuoMlsy. l'.-.-i'iiil>er i;. !:*tn. at lo o'eloek ;* rn. aud i-ontinuc IVoin time t>> lime aml Iroin d:*i l..da> iiulii all Btteb real estato is -i.l.l. Tlu- purehaser u ill '...? rrqitlrod lo i..iy. al tbe lime of mlO, llie taxes, ;. ments, cluuvca aml oxpenspi of aale, ihe propri.lor <>i proprietors ..i Nuch lots. liis oi- thelr iiei.s. ic|>r.s,iiiai iM , ur annts, may, within iw-o \eais from ! the dav of aale, pa* t-. the purehaser I thereof, or to tlu- Cttjr Trenaitrer, the money paid for sueh taxne. chargea aml expenses, asaforesaM. with ils |iercent per anniiin as Interest tlienoii. or make a l.-mler ol'llie sain*'. in whi.-h event Iic shall ln- ieiiistat.il iu hia original title, If rn* su.-ti pnymenl ortender he made within two yrara next after the sale, the purehaser ?ill he requlred to pay the re iiiaindei- of i he puroha.se money mt** the tressury .*r the City Council, where it will remaio, siibjeel lo the order of the propiieior or his legal representative: aml the purehaser, on tbe payment of the wiiole amonnt of the purchase money. will receive a lltle tO the said lot or lots. or sueh parts thereof, in lee sim ple. from I lu- A iidit.u Tlu- sal. wili eommel. Bt I" o'eloek .1. iu. on tlieday spe* ilied and if not c.in pleted on that day. will i?- ronllntiod from day to dai .md from time to time until eompleted. I'. I-'. flORMAN, Colleetor of 1 a i FIKST WARD. Havid 11. Taylor lot - a eor I.ce aml I'rankliii -ls. I!*n7, '0_, (*n, 9H 11 Heiirictta Wilson house .md lot 799 ? Pairfl? si. i'kki. ti.:v. SKciiNU WARD. Marv II. Itcalc house and lot 130 Pcn dleton at, IIW, '07. '0*. '09. JHI.00 (tbartotte Campbell bouse and lot fOti oronoco st. I'.*<)7. 1*. ?, v,.im. Bettie I. lot ll \\ eor Von al and | ii??< no'-o ita. 1900, s.:.;iri. Illlltl) WARD. Wm Colemau'l eetate i lois Henry l?et Wvtheainl MaUi-oii sl>. IWW, '??. Mi.'.l. .ias. Plrlds et ;il- li>i 131 n We?i -i. I0UH, '00, sw.l.. Kuuna K. ii.iini'- house .onl loi 110 n Henrv st. |!RM, tfi, *M..V_ F. II, OralTlol in llraddoch Alley eside; Iims. ii!>. 111.08, AiHile llaws houaeand lot 813 ttneen sl. i:?o!i, SII.Ji. Psrthea M. Kendrlek ** lots (leorge town road bet Monlgomery and First st.-.. |!*QP, vs.! |. John .Murphy'a estate house and lot ui i) Payne it. r.*.**- is?. 910 ra. Henrv II. W.M'lhig loi PHliee*. bet Columiius and \liv, ,i -na. I!W, J&9K ?ieh B. Williams hotti-e and loi nni Princess at, i:?". -".:?*-. Ilenn Willis Ihmim.* and loi 7.1 n Waahington st, l?v, --'?-.. I'X IM'II WAItD. W. s. DofMts house aad kM HW \s;i|iti si. rneo, s-vur. Henry James houae and h>t <;i 1 Asaph st. I'?'i. S.J..VJ. Spcneei ?<'. I'arker house aii'l loi .,_> - Alfred st, IK*>, fl.?>. Amanda Hcmla liom.i and lol 113 N Al fred at, IIW, 'iii. 112..% ?leo, T. Smlth's cmIaU' houae and lol ::i'. - I'atrick st, Itss*. '?"?, K?OA. ./as. A. Taylor hou-e and lol -li. Wolfe st. |!UI. s| Iii. frank K. Walker house aml lot 3CI . Henrj st, i:?>7. i?-. \?,929120. Henrv II. WUTing loiise and lol "sTT S t'olimibii- st, IMP, su.ri. GO TO Knight & Rodgers' Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will find the energy of youth and the expericnee of age. There ia nothing too large for us. nothing too ttnall for us. nothing too plain and noth? ing too complicated for us. Wc can do a class of work that will suit the cco nomical and we can also do work to suit the most faatidious. Plans Furnished Free When work ia given without coni petition. novl 7 lm It.l'. Knox. Auetloneer, Al ( IJON SAI.F. 01 A HOUMB AND LOT OX HEXRi si IlKET Ptirsuanl lo tbe terms of s deed of triisl hearing date oii Februar* I-. Wl and duly reeorded among the land reo ords of tlie city or Alexandria. \'irginia. in deed hook \'o. ?_*?). pagc _l.'>. glveil hj William (oleman and wife |?, Thomas itoee, John T. Wllklns and lt. C. Acton. thc then tmatees of the Mereaatlle Bailway Builainc * Loan Assoeiation of Alexandria. virginia. loaecure the pa% menl oftwo hundred rioHan aathore in 'set I'onh. more tlian six month- d< fault having heon made in the paym'enl ofthe siiin aeeured tl|ereby, atthe re ritteel of the said Mercantlle Itailwa.v Btiildi-ig k I.oan Aaaociation and l>\ the order ofthe l*oard of direetors of tlie -o-.idajwociation.thfl underslgned, prea? enl truatees of ?aid assoeiation, will offer for sale at public auclion at the Royal street eiitralice to lile Ma Building in the Cltj t?1 Alexandria, Virginia. on SATII'DA V. PETKMBBlt 17. 1010. at IJ o'clock noon. all that lot of ground, with the Imarovemenls thereon, on the west side of Henrv street, in the I'ily ol Alexandria, Virginia, at a polnt To feet ?> inehes north of Wythe street: thenee north on Henry sti.t 85 feet; thenee west and parallel to Wythe stn-el - *> Inehes toa 10 feel alley: thenee nouth aud binding on said alley :*?"? feet; thenei eaal ia e straight lim* <; feet '. Inehes to the poiut of beginning. with the right ot way over said a!lc\ in coiimion with others entitled tln-reto. Terms of sale: C;i.li. < oii\ eyanciti-: atthe eoal of ihe pureh ? rnOMAfl I PAXNOS I K M. MOB COJi, nov.; td Trustees. the ~Gruber"s For 1911. S. F. Opn 8 Bro. Fur Sets, Muffs, Scarfs and Stoles Fox Sets. Muffs and scarfs in black, white, ar?d cross fox; also in the various combinations of fox skins, so much desired this season, from $5 a set up to $35. Rheumatism Conquered Rheuma Not Leggins at $1.00. Regular price $ 1.50. Patented Janu*?*~-- " ), 1906. An absolute preventitive and relie_ from rheuma? tism, Made in sizes for men and women. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. FOR SALE S_One half square of ground. Excellem [ v located for dwelling or factory sites, it-U ated on Pendleton street, between Patr< ^ and Henry streets. Price, $1,750 Cas Six fine building lots on north Wa ington street. These are the closest ohtainable from King street. "Low price _..__ a few days only. Thompson &, Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va Corner King and Royal Streetsj Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,00 United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and ac_cmmo<-?.'ion. Large and small accou s invited in both our Commercial &, Savngs Departments on grounds of absolutt safety and satisfaction. OFFICERS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presiden.. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith. Vice President and Cashier. 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 cent in our Savings Department. Virginia SafeDeposit&TrustCorporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. A?thor-ed Capital. 11.000.000. __ IP.id.nC.piul.SSOO.OOO. IDIRECTORS C I R.xey John P Rob.nson. Thoma. J. Fannon C. C. Le*Jb_ater. Henry K WeactasExecutoi.Admin..tmo7ss_ tru*t?e. I?ue Fidelity. Cootract, Offiei.l and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Bu..n_. Tran.act.d ntece.t paid on Saving. Account.. We sol.c.t th. account. of Bank,. Corpora "_.. Firm. ?nd Individuals. and promis* libe.s? tt-.tmeot co-_u*t?nt ?r.tb ,ound baokLos; methods.