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- - - OUR - - - Beautiful Holiday Display. Every department has been freshened up with new things suitable for the holiday trade and our well earn ed reputation for low prices will prevail on every thing. In our handkerchief department we are offering 100 dozen Ladies' Ernbroidered and Lace Handkerchiefs. Values up to 25c, at 12 l-2c. Special discount allowed to charitable institutions and schools. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. FOR RENT Store 602 King Street. Store Corner King and Pitt Streets. Booth fttfrid-. I1200 "l Nt>1"' nU. Sl5ai==^=,asasS=__: Business and Residence Property for _ale. Insurance of Every Kind, 628iKing Street. HARRIE WHITE,n-^S_w STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER I, 1910. OFFICERS r 1 BOOTHE President GEO. E-lW^RFIELDjCaahie. M B HARlowXe-President J. J. GREEN. Assistant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE, BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER1ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES Loaaa and iBT-tonearta, Pg.125." U.&Bonds. 'SHKrS Banking Houae... Due from Banka and Ke ? Afents. ('ash.?. ?> Perl'ent. Fund...,. ?? ;::.-."l.<:i 130.23 .. Bljm. 05 .".,000.00 11339,179.61 LIABILITIES Capital. Surpluaand l'ronts. Oirculation. Dejiosits. OtberLlabillties ... |100,000.00 187,741.24 100,000.00 !.n.r?"..->; 102.81 11^20,179.61 This __k witb us HBple oaptt- and aurpiua, iu adequate a?alpmeB? and in.livHluais on the best terma eonotoUn* with sound *?**?* .'".a.count too large toho handled aatial-t.-nly; none too i_all to ho appreelated. _^^ :-t When Buying Fuel The consumer must always figure on the ac tual amount of heat and comfort that is got en for the monc" spent. We believe that our connections of long standing, coupled with the large amount of fuel that we buv, make it possible for us to sell the very highest grades of 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 satisfied customers, will prove that our idea of putting quality first is correct. JW. A. SMOOT * CO., INC. Order Office, 520 King Street. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. QEOI i.i.ien. i-i:*)\ isK.Ns. WOOD. COAL, LIMK, CEMENT. IhllRA IOTTA sl Wl-.l. PIPE, NA1I.N. OI-ASS, PA1NT8 \M> OIL. Ivory Wall Plaster <iii.uiiii\ (>i in'w aivi aeo* ,1 and m"'..ii.i hand hrlek WM. H. PECK. A large t,iiauli'.\ ol ". w and sc.-.iud band lumber and a..nd-hand brlot for - tie ehesip. VIRGIN1 \ ln th,- Clerk'a Offloe or Oorporation Court or the <it\ ..i Alexandria. on the Mthduv of Novem ber, MO, Panny l*obel Nlcbolson Store* rs loe ,|ii r iiikiin Storey, do Th.- objeet *>r this suit i? t,? ob the eomptalnant, l'annv leobel Nicholst ii Storey, an abaolute divorce from tl>, bonds of noatrimony rn>m the ,1.ifonda.it, Joseph r'rankffti Storey; and that ahe be allowed to reaiime herinaid nn name ofNlobolson and lorsneh fur* th r aml general relief aa to euultv is ri-ht. It appearing bj an affldavit Bled in thi- eause ihat the defendant. Joseph! l'ranklin storey. is a ndb-resident ol thia si ii, . it is ordered. That aaid ttefomdaat :,]>?>?-:> li ti- within fifteon daya after due publieation *>i thia onler, and do wbal is proteet his tnterest ln this BtJit (VI Ihat a eopy ..r ihis onler l?i> lorthwlt . Imerted in the Alexandria Oa * w-|*.t|..i |>iil>||shed in the eity h ia. once a week for fom- BtM .,- nf.'!,,. -ui.l posted al the front door of tlie Court Houae of this eity. \ eops Tan ... \ I I.I..V ciUKKNAWAY, Clerk. ?isou Moncure,p. ... novllw.w-fri RICHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS ornoa wi> mvMPa: ii.vn; % uuy.w.m. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul? tural Implcmenta.Vchiclea.Harneaa.. Field and Garden Seedi. WAMMOCH-H, S"l ill UNION Mnil I.1M: OF eOin H>1IM HAII.WA V. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and till kindsof Mill Feod Wil! alnavs keep in stock the highes gemke oftbeM *i*f trftr VIK'.IMA. h: tbe Clerk .- o?oc ol tbe Corporation Court of tbe City of Alexandria, nn the 14th dav or Novem? ber, 1*10. .Ti'ruiiK'.i. Wiii??*rvs. Marguerite i: Wil? ber. ln cbancerr. Memo. Tbe ohjeet ?f this suit la toob t.iin a deereefor aa abaolute dlvoree bj ?hi.iii|.l:iiii:uii rrom the defendant, on the ground ol wiiiui desertiou andalian donmcni for more than three years i>ri.n t?> the Institutioa ofthix -mt. It appearlng l>y an affidAvil liliul thiscauae that the defendant, Ma^l.. rite lt. Wilber, i- it non-r-r-dricnl "l this State: lt is Ordered, That mld defendant apitear here -?- i 11a i r ? Urtecii dai s after due publieatlon of thi- order, and do what i> neeesaarv to protect her InU>re-M in this suit. and ihat a eopy -.r tliis order lie forthwltn Inserted iu tbe Alt-xaadria Ua-ectte, a newanaper *.iili!i>l..<| in tlie ?I Mexandi?, oneea week for four ?uccesslve ?treekt?, and |*?U*d al the front ?loor oftbe Court Hunap nfiliU ,-nv IV Tl -ll -Nt.\ i ii. - GRKKNAWAY, Clark Bi Locm N. Inn i:v. D. Q ?inuiel O. Breul. p. q. novll w-l? ni MONDAY K \ K.\ I \ <i. DEC. b Burma's Gilded Pagoda. Rangoon. the priuclpal eity of Bnrma, grew up around the sacred spot on which is l.iillt the ?reat Shoay I?ugon pagoda, Olie .>f its prineipal wond.-rs. ??Itislng t?> -) height of .".00 feet, lts -Jtt is graatty enbanced hy the fact that lt atanda on an etnlneaee tiiat is itseif 108 f.-et above the level of Ihe eity. a WTTter. "It is . overed wlth pure gold from baae t<> summir, and onee ln every generatlon tbis gold is complete l_v renewed hy pcfblic ?abeci'lpUon. Yet throaghool the laterfal the preee reglldlng goea oa pefpetaflttty. I'i-n people nli., yeek in lliis way to expr. thelr veiieraiion and to add to theii store of spiritii.il inerit <limb up dad Wltb llt'i-' BOtlerlng pa.kets of toii leaf. which they fosleil ? some frac tion of i(s greal sunC 'there i* tn more ptctuteeojae sigln ?".'? el l.y ii than that of a grottp "f lb?e allken worsblpera enjHned high na-alnst H? _oi.i ip tlie ad ..f eentribatlng ihen smnll qoota to lts splendor. The pagr* d.-i Itself baa no Inlerior. lt is a aoil stup.i <>f brick raised over a rell* tbamber." Old Man of the Mountain. The titie "OM Man *>f the .Moi.nl.iln" was ftrsl applied lo Hussnii Hen Sab bal. wbo founded 11 formldable dynas ty in Syria A. D. 1090. He was the prince or cMef <>f the sect of the Mo hai.ii.iednii- Having been banlshed from his counli.,, he took up his ibode ln Moiini Lebanon and gathered round him n hand M (oMowrera, w_J soon lie came Um terror allke of Christlans, jewa nnd Turka Tbey paid the naoal impii'lt obedleoce to his romaaands and helieved that if they sa.-tiri. ed their llves r.?i- his aake tbey would be i-e'.Mu-.ied witi. tbe bigheei Joya of paradlse. For 200 years tbeae "i slns." aa they callei tbeaaetyea, con? tinued ?.* Le Ihe terror of the country. W'henevei their * hief, the "Old Man of the Moniit.-iin," c.iii-s'dered himself Iniurcd he itispiitihed s*>nie of his as sassins se, i-etly to lnnrdef the Bfftefl ?or. Thia is Ibeorlgrd of our naeof tbe word ii?>iissin for a seeret murderer. Serpents and Music. Baraard ? ..n'hi.ies from his peraonal ohservatioii "f CObtaa in Ceylon. says the S.-ii'iHiii. Aiiieii.-an, that the ser pent's irsdltloeal tore for music is a pure table and Ihat Ihe only effoct of 11111.;, is to nn.use the leptile's COrtoa ity, which is exclted by any loud aml ?cnte .soiiixl. The Cobra protrudes its head fpuii Ita bOWOW alikr* on hearing ihe snak*' rharmcr'a tluie. the lattllng ,,f .1 cbaln or tbe s.>und.s made by beating tbe groand with a switeh. ii appeara lo percelve only ee_ee_ ->f high pitch, f.*r it, payfl DO attention ta tlie low notes of tlie lime or the beat ing <>f the dniin. Harnard also COI1 flrmed iu Ceylon tbe reaolta.Of obs**r vattona made iii the i-.-ndon aooJogleal garden oti Ibe anppeeed power of fn? clnntlon cxerred by serpenis upon hirds. and he .on.-ludcs that this |>ow M "f fiis.-ination is also pnrely imnf, inary. _^__ Armi and the Men. ??I se. ." u bave your am ln a sling," said ihe in.|iiisitive passenger. -Ur* k.'ii. ls il?" "Yes, slr." reepooM the other pns senger "Meet with an aceMflotf "N... I'.roke it while 1 was trylng tO pat m>self on the liack " "Qreat Scott! What for?" ? i-,.r niiiidlng my own business." "1 see. Never could bappeu to me. could it?" "No." "Aml if il did I wouldn't be blame fool enough to tell lt." Then tiien- was slleuee ln the car.? chi.ngo Tribune. The Change of a Name. How family names ehange lu the course ot many y.-ars is illustrated hy the convexeioo of "Hotevlle" into Tli.Mine.' An Knglish deed beariiig date Ifl tlic'l'-sing days ofthe lifteentli century abowa three brothera tben floiirishing-.lohn I'oteiile of P.otevile an.l Thomas aml William Rotevlle. The trio are distinguished from all oth et- Botevlles by th" e-rplaaatfca. "?f tbe Inne," or family residenee. the title to Wbjcfa had come to their joint pM sion. .loliu's grandaon waa known as Balph Hoievile *.f the-lnne. from which the tiansition t<* ltalph Thyme ls easy His deecendanta bave i.ecn Thynnes ever siive He Wanted Figs. At a small siag dinner the only young aml iinnoiowoiihy person pies eni siii throughoii! th*' meal comtuun ing with his own l.asliful soui. afriiid lest by BpeakMf he bolmy his sophis ticatioii. iiesseii i.eing served. he fell he must bave some of the candie.l fmil ai tbe other eu.l of ihe table. C-sarin. his rolee, he tixcnl the nearest walter with a gtttterinj ejra aad, amkl a sudden total .silen.'e. peremptovily ealled out at the top of his rdice, "I'igs, fleas!"? Kxehauge. Found Wanting. Mrs. I.aytel.yrd (as Laytehynl eomes in inisteadily at C. a. Ba.) You have no exruse for .-oming home al this bour and in this rondition Lnytehyrd I bad OWe, my *lear. and it was a grmid *>ne. Imt I e.in't think what it wns. Tbe Head of the Family. In G-nnaaj the father ls tbe hend of the fmiil.v. in Prance the mother. England the eldest son. in Amerii n tbe daughter.?Doe c. Selta. The Present Time. Nov. is the only noiut of time of great moinent to you. If you devcte yo-.irself t.> now the past will be a drenm. the future a present realizatloti. Xothlng is stronger than aversion ? | Wycherly. Lived on Water. The Tranip-I once lived on water, lady, for six months The Lady?You f.on't look llke lt. How dld you mnn ace it* The Trainp? I was a aallor. To have failed is to bave strlren; to have striveu is to bave grown.?Malt hle D. Babcock. In Sudden Emergencies like illness, it is often nccessary quickly to raise the temperature of t room. For instance, iu those hours between midnight and dswn, when the day temperature has been allowed to drop, if you are called upon to get up, the room is chilly and eold. It takes a long time to stan up t furnace or fire and raise the tempera? ture by ordinary means. You can instancly heat a room to any desired temperature with a ?ERFECTIO] Smok_less <_?IL HfcATtJi Absolutely smokelas and odorlea It quickly glves heat, and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. Has auto matic-lo.klng flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be cleaned in an instant. It has a cool handle and a damper top. An indicator always ahows the amount of oii in the font. It haa a fliler-cap which does not need to be screwed down ; It is put In like a corkin a bottle, and la attached to the font by a chain. The burntr body or gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new derice In construction, and conaequently lt can olways be easlly unscrewed In ?n Instant for rewlcking. The Pcrfection Oii Heater is flnished in japan or nickel. It is strong, duraole and well made, built for service, yet light and ornamental. Dtakrt Evtrywhirt. 1/ ra' tl y ur:. ivr.lt for ducriptitt ciradar to t'.t hnvett cgmty cf th* If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?the Right Kind WAKEF1ELD RYE ia what you want. Alao try aome "of our line Imported Wines] and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., Ramsay's Closing Out EXTRA FANCY Stringless Beans 8c a Can. Fancy Maraschino Cherries 25c bottles 20. Best Japan Tea 30c. Best English Breakfast Tea 50c. Fine English Breakfast Tea 35 l-2c. Fine Gunpowder Tea 50c. Fine Ceylon Tea 50c. Java and Mocha Coffee 30c. Blue Label Catsup 15c. Snider's Catsup 15 c. Blue Label Soups 20c. Franco-American Soups 20c. Chalmer Gelatine 7 l-2c. Big Bars* Magic Cleaner 3 l-2c. White Floating Soap 3c. Babbit's Cleaner 3c. Quaker Corn Flakes 5 c. Korn Kinks 3c. FOUNDERS AND MACHINKI J.&, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline'Motors Entfineer and Machinists* Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittinga. Valvea. tfc. Blacksmithing tf Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORX. We make a apeciahy in repaira to Gasoline Eofinea. Mo-torcycles and Aatom obilea. We aolicit your order* on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. \ WASHINGTON OFFICE; 514 Evana Bufldintf. Phone Main p24 A" John Ahera & Co., Oor_er l'rime and Commerce Strocl WHOLESALE tf RETAIL GROCERc aod dealera In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. i'oiiiitrv produeereoeived daily. Oua ?toek of Plain and Faney Oroeerlea am* - everytbIng to be bed la l?a line. W* hold largely In UnltedStateaoond od warehouM and eaury in stock rarioua braada ot Um beat PURE RYE'AND MALT WHISKIES mado. Have also in store suporior *rrade9 of Foreign aml Amerleea WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. Vc Satisfartion Ounranteed ? to Price aud Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. K. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commifsion|Merchants aad deajlm in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have ou haml Oihson s XX. XXX, XXX x and Pure Old Rye, Old Qablnet aml MonoKram Whlaklea; also Haker's aml Tbompeon'a Pure Rye Whlaklea, to whieh tbey invlte tlie atteiUion of the trade. Orders from ihe country lor merchar* ? II receive prompt attention. Conalgnmenta of Flour, Orain and Country Produee aollclted, for which they ;.iiaranteetbO?gfaeet?>rketprieea nnd promp returnst lt. I'. Knox. Auclioiif.T. I i TION SALE OF A D__IRABI_? HOU8E AND LOT KNOWN AS No 133 S. C0LUMBU8 STREET, ALEXANDRIA, VIROINIA. Purauant to tbe termao< a deed ot tmst bearinfdate on afay23, 1806, and duly reeorded among tho b_d reeontaol tho elty Of Alexandria. Virjjiim. ln deed hook No. 57, page 215, glven by William II. Maiimioml and wife to thc undersigii ed truateea of tbe _ereantll???ellway Building at T.oan As.soci.ition of aUe_l_ dria. Virginia. to aeoure tbe paymeet ol two htim'redaiid liftv dollar-. a- therein set forth, dofault h&vlng heen made in tbe pavmentof thesiim secnred then*l>\ . aml at the request and by the dlreotlon ofthe board of direetors of said Moreati tile-Rallway Building * Loan Aa_ela tion, tbe underaignea will offer for salo at public auetion. at tbfl Kova! street eii trance to the Market Building, in the city ol Alexandria.Virginia.at I'.'o'clock IIOOII. nll SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. !??, all tbal lot of ground, e Ith tbe buildinga and Iraprovementatbereon, In the city or Alexandria. Virginia, situated on the weat side of Columbua street. between Wilkes and Wolfe streets. known M No 133 aouth Columbua atreet, and l-ounded and deacribed aa followa, to-wiu Boglnnlngata polnt 30 feet 10 Inehea north ol' Wilkes street. and at tlie mid? dle ofthe partitlon between the bO?OOn tbe lot here deecrlbed and tbe houae ad? joining on tlie ROUtb.and l__lug thenee north on Columbua atreet ll feet ll'i luchca; thenee weat parallel with Wilkes street OO foet t<i an alley 3 feet wide; ihence south on said alley II fe Inchet-, more or less ihe leortfa ofthe tirst line; and Ihence east iu B direct lin1 faSfpctto the point of beginning. witb thc rigbl oi ?av over tbe aaid alley in l?nmon witb others entitled th nnd with all appmtennoee to tbfl aeme lielonglog'or In any iriea appertmiolng. Terma ofaale Gaah. Ooaveya?tlogal ofthe pnrcliaser. THOMAS .1. IANNoN. J. K. M. NOKTON. m:v_Md _Trustces. VIROINIA. In the Clerk's 0TBCfl ol ihe Corporation Ooiirt of the City of Alexandria. on the llth day ol Novein Ubert i Drelfua, vs. Ixmio Drel rus. Bert?i Cox, R. H. " ox. Nettie Kinateln. Benjamin EUnatein. Frank Dreiftlf, Leopold Dreifus.Fantiit- Atwell. Edward Atwell. Beon Coat, Jamea fox. Carrlo Orillborlzer, David O. Orillbort zer, Jeanette Lee, ilelen Driefus, Harry Dreifus. Bro?t Drelfua, Raymond Drel I lora Krven and Samuel Krven. i 'haneery. Memo. Objeet of tfaia tuit for ?lc houae and lol Dorthweetoofuerof Prluea and l nion utreeU, Alexandria. Va,. of wbicb Hosa Dreifus died. neized aml poe a_d distrilmtion iof prooearia among tlie partlea entitled theroto and further relief It appearlng by au aflldavit filed in this eauae that tbfl defendants, Nettie ii Benjamin Einstein. Frank Dreifu d Dreifua, Hel.n Drei? fus. llarrv Dreifus, Krnest Dreffttt, Bay moud Dreifus. F'.ora Krven and Saimiol Krven are I'ou-residoMs ofthis State : It is Ordered: That said defeudanUap pear bere wltbln lifteen daya after duo publiaaUon ef ihis order. aud do what ia uecessarv to protect their InteresU in uit, and that acopy ofthis order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria ????. a newspaper puhli?_ed in the Citv of Alexandria. once a week for four aud posted atthe front iloor of the Court House of thia oily. A copv?Teste. NKVF.M.S. OHKKNAWAY. Clerk. bv I.ori* tf, nirn-T.D. C. John M. Jobnaon, p. Oj. novlt wlw-thu This cut shows* pair of apeetaeiee wltb the lensee very iiiuch oul afibetu. The dots a_?w tbo fooal oentcrof tbe lenses, which aro tho kind usually sold ly Uaveliau* and cut-rate opticiaiis. Sueh glUMS ar.- \.-iy ? harmful and are often tbo eause orcataraets and other serlous troubles.- Our loasea, ground snd aceurntely cenlered in our ra_niif_eturingdepartD.e..t,are('L'AHAVll':i> A-WOLUTEM (OKKI.? I Columbia Optical Co., Inc, Expert Optlcians, 9U*. f Street Northwe.t. Waatttagtou, 1>. t. H W __.. _i,i a member of tbe above Urni. Woniyoudrop in and let mo ox plain this and other iwportaut faetsabout glasses? W. E. DIENELT, OPTICIAN. Alexandria Offloe, 514 1'rlnoe atreet Suncla yslby a.terTswp. .... tppolutment ve|>- ta _-M*,,?J>-_L-._...-. -... ? -?--^ lins For This Week. ladies' Patent Colt Buttoa Telvet-top; regular price $2.50; for this Week . $1-98 Ladies' TanCal; Blucher; regular price, $2.50; for thia week. $1.60 Ladies' and Gent'e Bedroom SUppersfor thia week .???? 19c Infanis* Patent Colt Button.extra high cut ; regular price $1.00; for this week. We atiii have a few paira of the Educator Shoes left which we will close out at a great reduction. Si_es4to 8.?. *119 SizeeSto 11. 91.39 KATZ'S. 400 KING STREET. - ? ' ?'?l_______WBa-r'',^??HBBB--B-aB OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Are iii:iiiuf?ctured anfi liceHse.l yu'ler thu SelJ.n Patent, The 1911 niodels are now readv for delivery, aud aro the aio.t attraetive line ?.f ears in the whole couatry. Oonaalt na and get a ear that will ba a roal pleasure to you. Myers Brothers, 115 IM. Pitt Street Buy at the Start ^ S\aot mbo $10 eash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people ot mo-der ate means. Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morr... 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 Office, 621 18th Street, Northwest. Clip this ad; it leads the way. YOUR MONEY Working While You Sleep But Not for You. Thia ia your case, if you have any money uainvested or in a aavings bank iccount earning enly 3 per cent interest. Why not let me place it for you in s safe flrst mortgage oa improved real estate, where it will eam 6 per cent interest, then it Will Work for You. I can place $50,009 ia oae week ia amoanta from $1,000 to $5,000 each. F. L. SLAYMAKER THE ROSEMONT MAN 313 King Street. BUILDING MATERIAI.S [ESTABLISHED lOt | Henry K. Field & Co., Siiceessoi. to JOSi'AH H. D. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Offloe fead Yartt 115 N. tf-aion eWeet. Factory No. 111 N*. Lee atreet. Material Doltvored FR_TK in the elty. General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Herbert Ilif. The companlea represented Im thia offloe have asaeta of over ai0O,tt?((JW. Among othoraare: H.artfevd Fjre Inaurance Co. Liverpool tf London 9 Globe. Mtna Inaurance Co. Northern Aaauranae Ca>. SpnngfieU Firc tf Marine. 1 rompt attention given toadju-rtanent oflosseaandall matUra eonnected with nsuranee. __________________ T O THK STOCK HOLD FJ_ OF THE - WASHINGTON FERTILIZRI100. Tho annual nieetlns ofthe stockholder* of this company. for tho election of of? ficers and for tho transaettfui of such other busine?as may come beforo the meeting, will he held at the geniiraJ ol tice of the company..N'o. 1? South Royal Street, Alexandria. Va.. at tbe hour of 11 a. m. WEDN'?aDAY, tbe Uth day of December 1810. JOHN F. WlLKTNii, Preaident. a. STIDHAM. Seeretary. nofJ* Jw COME and see our wiiadow diwplav of I.ADrEB' BACK COM?*. ^v_*? hrilllantai cannot bo dlatlneuiahed from diamond. by "'g^w^ItloN: 1 AM OFFKRIN'O FOR SALE EXTRA FANCY BristowCreamery Butter 38c Pound. I jjuamntee every pound to give _tis fiietlon. P/reflb anrl Smoked Mcats. Croeories and Fann Products of all klnds. Tclephono orders glven prompt attention. Freo delivery. F. C. PULLIN,| Gortinr Queen and Royal streeta. ?Phone. Helli?L, HoinefffW. iyir. Iy loax 1*. RoBixeoN, Ono. S. Frbbwh, Preaident. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer aod ;JIANPFAOTt'RRF*l nr Fertilizers, Fertilizer Malenals aml Suiohuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria FertlllrorandChemlcal Co.'s Products. Capaeity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prtneo? Street and Potoma. River Wl?r? Aletandrta, Vlrj-inla. For Sale or Rent. The deairabla residence witb largo gide lawn, :W south Bt Asaph street. looaUd ia the best residential section of the city. For flill parttcuiare apply at ti3_Dul_r street. KINANVIAI. _ Oaaawaa r.. Baoraa, |f, k. Haulow I'ri'sident Vi.e President First National Bank Al.KXAMURIA, VA. Designatcd Dcpository of the United States. ^apitai.1,00,000 SURI'VLS AND UKDTV1DED PROFITS - .1,75,000 _. I>lrectors: O. L. BOOTHE. m. B. HAltt.OW. O. E. WAUFIKI.I), | y MUIR WALTER ROBERTS, B. BAER, J_, FRANCIS L. SV-"?". E8TABL1HUK1) 1862. Burke & Herbert Modernly equipped for banking la Ita various brancl.e*. Deposites received subject to eheok St siglit. Collections made on all points. High-grado inveatment soeuritlea bougfit aud sold. Letter* of Credit and Foreign K_ changc fumtabed Safo Deposit Boxes for rent. ASavinffs Department in whieh in? terest ls allowed on deposit*. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attraetive often MAKES you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso lutely NO WASTE Eat.bliahed 1792 STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Kverv dav in tlie year f.*r Fort M.*ii roe. Norfolk. Newport NeWS and polnu aouth, via auperb, powerfnl steel palace uteaniors. I_avo Washington.').4.3 p. in. Leave Alexan.lria 7.00 p. m. Arrive Pt Mouroes 7.00a. m. Arrive Norfoll. &0-S. m. Arrive Portsmonth H00 a m. Leai 0 I'.ul.?iii.-.iith 5,00 p. in. Leave Eorfolk Q-OOp. m. Leave lt. -fonjjpe *.00 p. m. Arrive A lexandria i?.-U a. m, Arrive Washiagtou 7.00a ui. Tbrodgfa eonneetlona madeat Norfolk with steamers of the Old Hotninion StMunsbip Company for Now Vork and MSrchants'aud Mlner'a Steamsbipa for Boston. Oeneral Tieket Ofllee, 720 1 Ith St.N.XV. Bond Building, Washington, D, 0. Phone Main IflSO. Seventh street wharf. Phone Main 8700. Alexandria wharf foot of Prlneeatreefc \V. II. CALLAHAN, aprl lyr Ocueral Passenger Agont. Maryland Deiaware and Vir? ginia Railway Company.' si'ltlNo 8CHSDU__ Steamers ot this line leave Alexandria oa and altar May 15, mo, Evorv MONDAY, \V|-.I>\KS|i A Y and SATURDA'Y at laOp. ni. FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL 111 K (J8UAL RIVER LAND1NOR Cuisine and appointiueiils uuexc Ih.-d. Freight for Baltimore., Philadelphia tuid New Vork solieited and handled with ean Througb rates and bills ol Inding issued. SingleCareto llaltimoro, 93.50; round trip, iafiO; ataterooms, ono way, si.fioj Meala.50e. ItLAKDON dtORIM-S, Agents, Foot >>( < huneron st. ? SCHEDULE i Steamboat Co. KfTootlve May 0,-1910. Steamer" Capital City." Lcaves Alexandria att; p. m. on Mon? day and Wedneaday for Part?m'a Polnt and lower river Lmdings. Het'irn early Wedneaday and Friday morning. Leave Saturday at&a _, for NomInl nnd intor inodiate" landings, returning Sunday about 5 p. m. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Siindav. Tuesday aad Thurvlay atoa. m Ibr Wlit'a wharfend all inter raedlate landings. ReturningleaTew *? a wharf at 6 a. in. the following daj aod arrlvlng at Alexandria aboot i !'? '", Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Cameron Street. Telephone No. 50. leM ''r Otterburn Lithia and rvfag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyspep* ?_, Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. , Leading Physicians endorae it and t?a tify to ita trey. merit. Frank * Warfield, Drufgist.