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ALEXANDRIA, VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1910 PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 2.M) GO TO Knight & Rodgers* Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will find the energy of youth snd the experience of age. There is nothing too lirge for u?. nothing too a-m-dl for us. nothing too plain and noth? ing too complicated for us. We can do a clam of work that will suit thc eco nomiL-al and we can ahio do work to ?uit the most fastidiou*. Plans Furnished Free When work >? given without com petition. novl7 lm The Gruber's Hagerstown Almanacks For 1911. S. F. Dyson & Bro. 508 King Street. 11. F. Knox, Auclioneer. AFiTHiN SAI.K 'IF A HOU8B AND LOT ON IIKNKY STKKKT Pt_ne_?l t<> (be lerma ol a deed of trust bearing date on February ls. 1868, an.l duly reeordedamong tbe land ree ordaof theeit) ol Alexandria.Virginia, in de*d booh Na ."?, pagerMS, given by WIIIUUTJ Colen_n nnd wile to Thomas .lolm T Wilkins an.l K. f. Acton, tbe then trn-tiTs of the Mercantile Railwav Building k Loan Aaaociation of Alexandria. Virginia. toaeeiare the payment of two hundred doUara asthere in'set t'orth, more thau six months de t'anlt baving been made in tbe payment oftlie siim seeiired therel.y, at the re (|ii.-st of tiie said Mereailtile Hailway Building A* Ixmh Aaaoolation and by tbe order oftbe board of direetors oftbe -?...riation, tbe iiudersigned, prea? ent truateea of said aaaoetatioti, will oller for sale at public aii.tioii at Ibe i street entranoe to the Market Building in tha city of Alexandria. Virginia, on BATURDAY, DBCKMBER 17, IMO, at 13 o'clock noon, all tbat lot of ground, with tbo improvements tbereon. on the west side of Henry street, in the City of ndria. Virginia, atapoiBt 70 feet ?.inehes north or Wythe street: thenee north on Henry street :".". feet; thenoe md parallel to Wythe atreet BS feet i, Inehes toa 10 feet alley. thenee south and blndlng On said alley 16 f<"et; tbence east ln a straight line Kt feet .'> inehes to the -K'lnt of beginning. with tho right of way ov<*. said alley IB common witb othWs entitled thereto. ? is of sale. Cash. Conveyancing ?at tbo cost of tho purehaaer. THOMAS J. KANKON J. K. M. NORTON, BOTMtd Truateea. \EfSy* CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm i> quickly abaorbed. C.i?ei R.iiet at Once. It eloanses, soothea, aad nauteele tho dlaeaeaa mem. Ineae leeailllan fi ihbi Caturrh and drives ?way ? Oold in tho qakkly. lte I de Senses o Tuste and Sin.-ll. Fullsize .11) <*ts., at Da"0g >r by inait. In 1*..pii.l fona, 78 Ely Brotber.**, 50 Worreu Stre.t, New York. ;HAY FEVER Piles! Piles! Piles! WiU'cun-.' 1 inli iii I'ilc Oiiumeni will euraBllnd.Bleedlngaad ltehing Pilea It abeorba the tomora, alUya ltehing at once. acts as :\ poultioe, gives insumt relief. Wllllama' Indian Plto Olntment la prepared for Pllea and ltehing ofthe private parta Druggleta; mail BOe and |l.(KX Williams MTg Co.. Props., Cle\ c laiid. O. F.-r sale. wholc.-ale aud retail. bv K. s. Leadbeater k Sona. We carry a full line of Fancy Groceries. Place your order |with us and get the brst the market affords at thc lowest po?sible|pricc, Candics. 10 to 25c pound. New Crop Nuts. 15 to>22c pound. Mi-tcd Nuts. 15c pound.j" Mince Meit. 10 to 18c pound. Raisins. 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figs. 15c pouhd. Fresh Fruits^of all kindi. Midland Butter. 38c pound. PURE FOOD STORE.*. St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts c HARL0TTB8V1LL-* AND RAPI DAN RAILROAD t OMPAKY. Alexandria \ a Dee, *,l?ia 1 > the holder- of the Charlotteavllle aml ltapidau Railroad Bond- 'tu- rollow ing l> ?>nds ilrann foi redempt ion h\ loi. danee with tbe terma ol tbe ill he paid at the offloe ot the I'hil i.l.'lphia Trust. Safe Depoait and iDsurance Company, Philadelphia, Pa., With a? ? i . I interest. on ,1AM AKY 1. Int . maald bonda will coase on January l |i*U, it. 100, ilS, 1?, lt*). isi. i> .;- .:- ai.oooeaeh,?1 ? \ - . , 10*1, Wl. .v>i. 00.579, 5tt>. ? i: ; ?. :is 724??*'*00 each. ? KDW 1. I>AlXOKRFIF.LD, .IFI.IAN I H UKE, 9AVEDCPOSIT ANDl Kl >T ('<>.. Baltiu re, Md., dee.l td Truateea SOLITAIR DIAMOXli KiXus "^ ,; from $10 1 _H.W \\TI.'..*| A S ,\ Apleeeof CutQlaaal! always i-rettvl we bave a tino assormuoi, nrl<M iuod.-r_t-.. H.W. H'lLDl I FOnU?B_D DAII.Y AND TK1-WKKBXV AT QAZETTE BUILDINO. rtio and 312 PRINCE BTREET. [Enterod atthe I'ostofflee of Alexandria, Virginia, as seoond-class matter.] Tkrms: Daily -l year, S/>.00; 6 months. fZOO; 3 mo.itbs. $l._i: 1 month.4.1 oentH 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly-1 year, $3.00:6 months $1.50: 3 monthg, Tb cents; 1 month, M eents. ? Oontraet advertiscrs will not be allowod to excoed their spaee unless the excees is paid for at transient rates, and undor no cireumstances will they be allowad to advertlae otber than their leglti naate bualneaa la the spaee coutracto-.l for. _______ Itesolutions In memoriam, ol tnanKs, tributesof resi>ect, resolutlons adopted by socletios or por.ons.unless of publio coueern, will be printed ln the papar asadvertlsemonts. VYOl I.D-HK llltllii: AND C.ROOM l\ J All. Instead of l.cing led to tho altar bv her lover, pretty Miss Rosa Boyer. oi St. Mary's, Ohio, was led to the Rieh? mond police Station and spent the night in jail. as did also B. J. Mercier. a Frenchman, to whom the girl intend ed boiug married in that eity yester? day. She ran away from ber Ohio home to meet bim in Riehmond, only to be apprehended shortly after ber :u nvil by ihe police, who had been notitied to look out for the couple by the would-be-bruif's brother-in-law, ?bo, aooordiag to the youug lady, has ahsc.lutely nothing tO '1" with her affairs. A kind-hearted oflicer esoorted the cotiple to the Hustings Court clerk yes? terday, but there the diseouraging dis euvery was made that l__ Bon i* but 90 years oki and has not the necessan parential permission. 'Neither papa nor mainnia has ln* terposed the least objection," poated Miss Boyer. "I dida't know aae had iO beaa <>ld iuai.lt'* ?et married iii Virginia." Both are still in ceils in the Bich mond jail. Miss Boyer reads noyels and evidently enjoys the ritoation. Mercior is a trick hieycle rideramll met Mi>s Boyer while performiiig ?? j the Columbus fair last summer. Tlu y fixed Riehmond as the rendezvous and \ place of marriage. A spraincd ankle will usually diaabl. the injured person for three or four weeks. This is dufl to lack of proper treatment. Wben ('liaiiibeilain's [ia* inient is applied i care may be effected bl three or four day*. This liniment ifl one of thfl bflfll ar.d most remarkabli preparations in nsi>. Sold hy W. F fjretghton and Richard Gribaan. M>1 ISIANVS NSVI SKNATOlt. Tbe l.ouisiana general aasembly yes? terday eleeted .hiilee John Randolph Thornton. of Alexandria, to the I'liiled States Senate by a vote of 32 in tbe Senate and 74 in tbo House, or a joint vote of H>''>. He bad a clear ma? jority of 7>0 over tbe field. Congressman Robert ?. Broussard received only 28 votes. 28 in tbe House and C> in tbe Senate. Judge Tbornton's fitness was attack? ed becanse be 00?ee from Rapids Parish. which voted against tbe Pana ma Exposition tax aniendments by more tban two to one. Governor Sendere had prcvioualy ap pointcd Thornton to tbe place, whicb bo himself bad declined after being eleeted by tbe legislature in July. Judge Thornton is 04 years of age, baving been born in Iberville Parisb. lie was edueated at Baton Rcgue and entered tbe Confederat. army wben only a boy, serving through tbat strugglc. He settled in Alexandria and praoticcd law. several years ago be? ing eleeted district judge. He served in the constitutional convention of 1898, and last Auguat, wben Governor Bandera declined tbe Onited states ?enatorabrp, hc appointed Tbornton. In au tuldress before tbe legislature in -upport of bia candidacv for tbo Senate Judge Thornton took a positive stand in advocacy of a protective tariff on augar and rice. Many persons tind tbemselves affect otl witii a persistent cougb after an at? tack of inlluenza. As thia cough can be promptry cured by tbe use of Chani? berlain's Cougb Remedy, it should not be allowed to run until it become? troublesome. Sold by YV. F. Creigh tofl and Richard Hibson._ >IORi: PHOI ItI.E WITH 4APAN. An utiplcasant feeling bas been cauacd as a result of the invitations ex tended by tbe manager of the Hotel Maryland in Passadena, Cal., fora bull wbicb he proposed to give in bonor of tbe oflicers M tbe Japanese squadron, now at Ix>s Angeles. Society girls living at the hotel, as well as tboae in Passadena, declared tbey would not dance with tbe Japanese otlicers. The hotel manager found tbat tbe senti ment against tbe Oriental ofucers araa practteally unanimoua, so he called off the baU. Tbe Japanese admiral rc gurded tbis as a direct inault to bis nation. and be also canceled bis invi tation to a return dance on bia ship. Yesterday be refused permission to tlie Ixmg Beaeh sohool children to visit tbe ship. ?AMB FOR K1NC; OEOtwVU V. Intended for tbe table of King Qeorge V of England, a box contaioing 50 gemiine Smithfield bams left Nor? folk vesterday addressed to the Coun? tess of Stafford. at Cluudoa House. This is tbe tirst sbipment of bams to royalty in England since the death of King Bdward. Tbe bams were cvnreu by the Todd House, at Smithfield. Va., and were sbipped by E. L. Barlow. It is said tbe new King of England got his tirst taste of the real Smithfield ham from tbe table of his grand inotber, tbe late Queen Victona. Erery year she had '?0 or more hams shipped directly from Smithfield. The barns shipped to King George yesterday were from the celebrated corn-fed hofcs especially cured and pre? pared for his majesty. The box eon? taining tho hams will go to Kngland on a regular transport liner, but will bo piaced in tho caro of some one on the steamer. The peculiar properties of Chamher? lain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested during epidemics of inlluenza, aud when it was taken m time wo bavfl not heard of a smgle case of pneumonia. Sold by XX. f, Creightoa and Richard (lihaon. ('HANGBM IN BCCL-MAMtMA _AW. ClieagCS in tho ecclcsiastical law nf the Roman Catholic Church. as pro mulgated l.y Pops Pius, were annouii oed ta the clergy of tbe arcbdioos New York je.terday at tbfl triennial synod l..-ld at St. Patrick'a Cathedral. More than 800 prieata attended. The most ioiportaat decree is ihe "marim i cura," decide.l upon l.y tbfl consi-torial eongregation at Bome, which takes from the bishop or ar.h b-hop ol a diocese or arclulioc.-*?. respectively, thu power to rerOOve B pastor. Hereafter tbe powt r moval will rest with tbe "de antotione porachi." which OOHflifltfl of six prieata, beside9 th.* archbiabop. Nine reaaoaifor tbfl removal ol ,-i pastor have been decide I upoo by tbfl consistoriai con.regation at Bottte. As annoiinc.'d. they ar.-: IVrpetual insanity; sueh unfairne-* nr i_nnran<c :is reiid.-i- hi.n Incapableof perform* in_ hi* dutte*, permanent phy?ic_ 0T noSBtal infnmi'ic.--. ll.e aiiimositv ,.f ih.: people arlien it r*MMleni bis wnrV useless and il likely lo continue: l-.ss of reputation: .1 biildcn criroe; bad adniinistration: gros.r,e-'l.'it;.-.*iiti;i:e''l after warnings. and diaobedienoe 10 the bishop. if c.nitinui'.l afl?'r one or two warniii-s. Another ehange anuounced in tho canon baa ofthe ohnrch is that per* tatning to tbe age at whicli children may receive Bm holy cotnmnnion. Ueretofore it has been tbe coal. among prieata in tbe Enaheh-flpeakine, countries not tn administer tbfl sacra 111.-rn unless a child ls between ibe ages ,,f in an.l 11.'. Tbe decree iaaued l.y Pope f.BS makes i' impcraljve for priests tbe world over to prepare child? ren BO they may reciv tbfl tirst aacra* inent upon altaiiung tbfl 9ft af reason. \vhi*li is 7. and in some cas* If you are suffering from hilious neee, couatipatioo, ladiaaatloa, chronta beadachfl, invest one cent in a postal card, sen.l to Obaenberlain Medicine ('..., Des Moincs, lowa. with your name and addreai ..lainly on the back. an.l they will forward you a free sam plfl of Chamherlain's Stoinach and Liver Tahlets. Sol.l hy W. P. Creigb? ton aud Richard (iibson._ Ladiea! Coaabiae stvlc with solid comfort. Wear the RED CROSS SHOE, to be bad only at our store. T. A. Mandiall v B-.i . 4_'3 King street. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'-a AMTHMA RBMBIIY gives iiistant relief and an absolute oure in all cases of Astbma. BroneblUfl and Hav Pever. sold by druawtata: mail oa reoeiptorprlceJl.OO. Trial paekaae by n.ail 10 eents. Williams Mfgt'o.. l'rops.. Cleveland, O. For sale, wliolesale and retall, i*y E. 8. Leadbeater *v Bona FIFTY VKAliS' BXPERIENCE OF AN OLD M'KSK. Mis. Wlnslow's Noothing Bjmip Ifl tbo pi.-seription ofo.ie of tbe best female plilBill?ai and nurses In tbfl United states. and baa been used for tifty ) eai - with nover-f-ilingsueeess by niillions <>l mothersfor their children. It relicve the chlld from pain. eurea diarrhoea. rrlplng ln the bowels, and wind OoIIi liv giving health to tho ehild il rest- the mother. Twenty five eents :i bottle. Otterburn LithiaandMag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep aia. Inditfestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and tea tify to its ffreat merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. The Fincst of Evcrything. Heinz's AssortedPreserves.Mince meat and Apple Butter. Evaporated Royal and Pit ted Cherries 30c pound. Evaporated Bartlett Pears 20c pound. Candied Rhubarb. Pineapple, white and red; Red Cherries. Assorted Fruits. Welche's Maple Sugar Cream, in cans. Pure Vermont Maple Sugar 25c pound. Sweet Cider 30c gallon. THOS. LANNON Cor. Cameron and Pitt Streets. BOTH PHONES. Pale-Faced Women You ladies, who have ptie faces, sallow complextons, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn out expressions, you need a tonic The tonic you need is Cardui, tiie woman s tonic. It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and vitality to the worn-out womanly frame. Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no min erals, no iron, no potasslum, no lime, no glycerin, no dan gerous, or habit-forming drugs of any kind. lt is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use. mCARDUI J4S The Woman's Tonic "After my doctor had done all he said he could for me," writes Mrs. Wm. Hilliard, of Mountainburg, Arlc, "I took Car? dui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered from female troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw." Your druggist se!ls Cardui. Try it Wrtte to: Ladies" Advitory Dept. putt_oot_ Medidns Co., ChiManoon. Tenn.. lor Special liutmctiotu. ?nd M-pa?- book. "Hotae Treatment lor Women.' aent tree. STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER J, 1910. OFFICERS G. L BOOTHE. Pre.ident GEO. E. WARFIELDJCaahier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-Pre?ident J. J. GREEN. AwLtant C-uhier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE | BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW FRANCIS L SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTERI ROBERTS RESOURCES I,?-ti-*an<l tmweetweaita. *'t'>,li'*.Tn IT. R. Bonda. rr-.oio.u. Baipklng House. 73,_>k.61 Due from Banka and He eerre Agenta. IM,1S>.2_ ( :isb. 52^542.06 B Per I ent. Fund. r>.ooo.oo |i;R?.l 79.61 LIABILITIES r^jiul.HOO.Or 10.00 Niirplusand Protlta. ti7.7H.-l Cireulatlon. K?,OUftUtfl Depocita. jw.-c*. ....?? Other l.iahilitles. tOi.H\ n^_),im6i This bank with its auiptr* capital and surplus, ita adoquate equipment Mni heilltiea, solieits the aecounts or manufacturer., wholesalers, retallr-ri and iiidividuals on the be.it terms consistrnt with sound banking. NO account too large to l>e handled satisfaotorily; none too sman to bo approelatod. When Buying Fuel Tbe consumer must always figure on the ac tual amount of heat and comfort that ia got _n for the mone" spent. We believe that our connectiona of long standing, coupled with the large amount of fuel that we bu*, make it poaaible for ua to sell the very higheat gradea of Coal and Wood at prices that are cheapest to the conaumer. A trial order of our Coal and Wood, or an opinion from aome of our aatisfied customers, wiU prove that our idea of putting quality first ia correct. W. A. SMOOT _ CO., INC. Order Office, 529 King Street. Tliis cut showsa pair of speelacles with ihe l?MM very inuch out of focns. The date show tlie focaleenter of the lenscs. wliich are tlie kind usually sold by tr-ivelinj: and ciit-nito opticians. Such jjlasscs Mt) v.-iy liarmfiil and are often the eause of eaWfacts .loth.-rserious troubles. Our lenses. (jround and aecuratelv ceiitered in our ?ufllMn_^i^m1nt are (il'AIt ANTKI? A Bt* >U TF.I.V CORRECT an man Columbia Optical Co., Inc, Expert Opticians, <M)*? V Street Nturthwest. Washln-rtnii, l>. C. N i; ?I am :t ineinbcr ofthe above firm, Wont you drop In and let me ex plai'n this and other linportaut faetsabout glasses.' W. E. DDENELT. OPTICIAN, Aloxandria Offlce. HI Prtaea atreet S2_S__J_!.* alter 760 p, m. appointment seplt Gm Electric Lights. Electric lights are a necessity, not a luxury. Did you ever atop to con? sider how easy it is to light electric lamp8? No matches requlred. Simplyturn the k n o b and the lights are on. The knob is always in the same place and you know the ex act position. The match box is often empty and bometimea moved. Call on ua for fuU information and cost of operarJon. Alexandria Electric Co, Coal Cokc Wood ?rder yoar Coal before theadvanoeat lowea*. aumner pricea. Beat quality prompt delfverjr aud bottom prioe Phone 96. DaW. AITOHJCSON. 107 aouth itoyal etreal. ***?*. VIROINIA. In the Clerk's Office of thc Corporation Court of the City ol Alexandria. ou the 14th davol Novem l>er. UfUX Albert I Dreifus. vs. Louis Drei? fus. Bertha Cox. It. IL Cox. Nettie hinsiein. Beeja?ln Elnateln, Frank Dreifus. Leopold Dreifus.Faunie Atwell, Edward Atwell. Beua Cox. James Cox, Carrie Grillbortzer, David (,. Grillbort zcr, .leanette Lee. Helen Diiefus, Harry Dreifus, Ernest Drelfua, Raymond Drei? fus. Klor.i Krven and Simncl F.rven. ehanecry. Memo" Ohjeet ofthis suit for sale hou-e and lot north west eomer of Prince and I'nion streets. Alexandria. Va., ot vhiefa ltosa Dn Iftta died, aelxed aud pos aesaed and diatribution i ol proeeeda among the parties entitled thereto and further relief. It -ppearing by an affidavit filed iu this cause that the defendants. Nettie Elnstetn, Benjamin Kiaateln, Piaok Dn ifus, Ix*o|>old Dreifus. Helen Drei? fus. Harry Dreifus. Krnest Dreifus. i'.iy inoud Dreifii-. Flora Krven and Samuel Krven are Pon-residents of tliis State : It is Ordered: That said defendants a*> pear here within fifteen days after due publieatlon or this ordcr, and do what is neoessary to proteet their intcresta in this suit. and th.it acopy orthis ordcr lie forthwith inserted In the Alexandria Gazette. a newspaper puhlished in tho City or Alexandria, once a week tor four successive weeks, aud posted at the fronl door of the Court House of this city. A cony?Teste. NEVELL H. ORKENAWAY. Clerk. hy Ixiri*. N. Dcnvi John M. .lohnson, p. q. i nor24 w4w-thu DRY GOODS. Red Cross Seals for Xmas mail for sale on Main Hoor. Tenth street side. Woodward & Lothrop Our Llnen Display Affords Appro priate Gift Choosing, rni|iiestioiied tpiality and excellent taste in selection of designs and pat tcnis, uiion a most extensive baaifl. affords opportunities for gift ehoosing of more than usual consequetue Nothing can prove a more pleasing or suitable gift for the houiewife, mother, or newly married couple than Pure Klax Table Liuens. Handsome Cloths and one dozen Napkins, in matched patterns, from$8.50 to $20 each. Separate Napkins. in great variety of designs, $1.00 to $30 dozen. Hflparattl I'attern Cloths. exquisite in texture and beautiful in pattern 12.00 to $75 each. A large assortnietit of Damask l'ray or Carving Cloths, .'55c to $1.7". each. Ilenistitched Damask Doilies, in all the various styles, $3.00 to $10 dozen. Hand-scalloped and Kmbroidered Maderia Lincn Doilies, $5.00 to $10 doz. 100 Hand-enibroidcred Madeira Luncheon Sets, consisting of 28-inch Cen terpiecc and Doiljes in two sizes. Ll-pc. Sets, *.V0. Value, $7.ri(i. 2.".-pc. Sets, $8.7.">. Value, $13.50. Three Exceptionally Special Values in Real French Cluny Lace Table Cloths. , Full 72 inches in diameter. $18 each. Value, $85. $20 each. Value. $:5(). $25 each. Value, $.".">. Second Hoor?11th st. FOR SALE Oneghalf square of ground. Excellently located for dwelling or factory sites, situ? ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick and Henry streets. -3 Price, $1,750 Cash. Six fine building lots on north Wash? ington street. These are the closest lots obtainable from King street. 'Low, price for a few days only. Thompson & Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va Corner King and Royal Streets| Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departments on grounds of absolutt safety and satisfaction. OFFICfcRS Judge C. E. Nicol, Presideti*. 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&TrustCorporatton ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Autborized Capital,* 1.000.000. _ (Paid in Capital. *300.000. pIRECTORS C J. Rixey- John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K Field. Henry Baader. Geortf*- 3. French. J. K. M. Norton. We act aa Executor. Administrator snd Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contrsct. Ofticial and Judicial Bonds. ' Genersl Banking aml Trust Business Transacted Interest paid oo Savinga Accounts. We soiicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora ions. Firms snd Individuala. snd promise libera' treajtment eonai'tent ?vith tound~bsnkin?- methodsj HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES. you wish you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater*., which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso? lutely NO WASTE Estabrlshed 1793 _STEAMERS_ Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Every day in the year for Korf Moo roe. Norfolk. Newpo'rt News aud points south, via superb powerful stecl pal.icc steamers. ?3 i.eave 'Taea-laurtonifl 911>. ea. I.eave ilexandria 7.00 p. m. Arrive Ft Monroes 7.00 a. m. Arrive Norfolk 9MaX m. Arrive Portsmoiith *rOD a. ni. I.eave Portsmoulh 5.00 p. Ul. Leave K<irfolk 9.00 \>. m. Leare Kt. Moaroe T.oo p. iu. Arrive Alexandria?;.:?) a. in. Arrive Washington 7.00a.|m. Through eonneetions made at Norfolk with steamers of the Old Dominion Stcamship Company for N'ew York and MSrehantsand Miner's Btaafl?Vlpa Ibr BOStOD. <i cn--r.il Ticket (inice. 7? llth Bt.K.W. Bond BuiMIof, Waahington, D. ?' IMione Main 1VJ). Seventh street wharf. Phone Malu (*'?l Alexandria wharf fo?t of Prince ? t.-.-.-s YV. II i 'AI.I.MI \\ aprl lyr General Paa?fW Maryland Deiaware and Ii ginia Railway Company.1 BFJUNCI sr'IIKDII.K. Steamers ol this lim* leave Alevandria on and -ifter May 15, I'MO. Every MONDAY. YVfcDXKSDAY and SATURDAY _t4_Dp. m. FOR BALTIMORE \XD AI.I. THK IJSUAL RIVER LANDINOR Cuisine and appoinlnients unexcelled. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York BOllcited aml handled with eana, Through rates and hills o! lading issued. Single raro to Baltimore. 18.60; roiuid trip. $*J88\ sUtcrooms. one way, SI.'jO] Meals.dOe. REARDON A ORIMEB, AgenU.fJO Foot of Caineroii strciM.? SCHEDULE _ Steamboat Co. F.fToctlve May 9, 1910. Steamer" Capital City." Leavflfl Alexandria at 8 p. m. on Mon? day and Wednesday for l'arliam - Point an'd lower river laiuiings. Return eariy Wednesday aad Friday morning. L Saturday atOa m, tbr Nomlnl and Inter madlate landings, returning Sunday about 5 p. .... Steamer ?Wakefield." Leave Sunday, Tuesday anilTluii-s.lay at.'.a. m. r.*r U'irt's wharland all inter niediatelandings. ItcturningleaveWirt's wharf al ii a. nt. tlie following .l.iy and ar.iving at Alexandria about 4 |>. .... Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of Cameron Street. Telephone No. 50. jeH lyr H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKKICK AM) STOHK"*: 1I.V117 N. ROYAL 8T. Dealer in Hardware. Paint*. Africul tural I_plc_.nu. V.hiclei.Harr.e*?. Field and Garden Seedf. WARKHOl'SKM, HOUTII IXIOV sTUKKT, 0!l I.INK 09 sOl.THERN ...WIWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feod Will alwaya keep in atoek tbe highea grade of tbeae articlea. *OTICE. Alexandria. Va? Deecmbcr ?">, 1010. The annual ...eetin. of tbfl Bt holders of the CHABLOTTBSVILLK AM) RAPIDAX KAILKOAI; COM PA-TT will l>e held at the ottk-e of llie eofPiiany in Alexandria. Virgiiiia. on WKuN'fcsi'A v. Deeetnber 21, Ma, at ten o'eloek a. n... for the pCUrpaee "l <l.-,-ting directora and transaeting MieB. other Ixisiness as may teon.e l-efore the meeUng. lt. I>. LANKFoltli. deuti td ? tary.