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A17EXAN DRIA, VA., THURSDAY EVENING, PECEMBER 8, 1910. PRICE 2 CENTS. 70I_UME CXI.--NO. 21)1 Tlie Giuber's For 1011. S. F. Dyson & Bro. 508 King Street. ll |*< Knox, Auctioneer. Al i TliiN SALK Ol A HQTJfiE AND .,\ HENRY STBE1 ,mt t*. the terms of ;. dewl ol I.- ilateon February ls l?_, an,l ,. l among the land roo ordfl Of tho citv ol Alexandria. Virginia, in deed book No. 29, page 345, -lyeu i>y AVilli-im Coleman and wife to luomas \.?.. John T. Wllkina and K. C. A.-t-.n, tbo iii-" tn?teea of tho Meroautlle RaiUaT Building A Loan Aaaoelatlon of Alexandria, Virginia. to s. -u-o th? payment of two hundred dollar* aathere In set forth, more than six months di - i-nilt baving been made la tbe payment oftbu sun. aeeured thereby, ?* there .1. Kailway Building 4 Loaa Aaaoetatlon an.l l.y tbe order ofthe board of directora ofthe said assoeiation. the underclgned. prafl .-nt triisices of said MflOO?Uoti, will offer for sale at publie aiietion at the Roval atreet entraneo to the Market Building in tbe Ottjr of Alexandria, \ ir-iiiia. "li SATl'KI'AV. DECEMBER 17,1*10, at 12 o'eloek noon. all tbat tot of ground, Wltb tlie iiilprovenlents ther.'.ni. OO the west side of ll.'iirv street, in tlie City of Alexandria, Vlrgfala, ata point 70 leet .Incheanorth <>r Wytl.e str.-i-t: tbence north on li.nry sir.et 36 feet; thenoe .u.l parallel tO U'vthe streets.! feet .. iind.es toa 10 feet alley; thenoe south and blndlng on aaid alley 86 feet; thenoe east in a atralght line 83 feet 6 Inebea t<> the point of beginning, wltb the right of wav over aaid alley la eomiiion with others entlttod thereto. Terms of sal*-: 0Mb. ConveyanciiiK attho eo.t ofthe purehaaer. THOMA8 J. KASNoN ,1. K If. MORTON, nov2t; td _Trustees. A,_g_ygjTAMH Ely's Cream Balm ia quickly abao.berf. Cives RHief at Once. It tkflflSMB, soothes, heala aud protects the diseased meni brane reaulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the _ Head qui.'kly. I*e-||__V PT-fT-. ?tores the Senaea of I.F. I I 9a* W t II Tiaate and Sroell. Fullsize 50 cts.. atDrog gists or by mail. Ia liquid foriu, 75 cents, Ely Brothers, 66 Warrea Btreet, New York. Piles! Piles! Piles! Williams'Indian l'ilo Ointment will eure Hlinil. Bleedingand ItchlnK lMles. Itabaorbr. the tumors. allays Itohlng at onee. aeta as a poilltiee, irives instaiit relief WllllauuV Indlaa Plle Ointment la prepared for Pllea and Itohlng of the private paria. Drufglata; mail ooc and Jl.no. Williams MTgCo., Propa., I land, O. Por aale, w_otoaale and reuii, i*v K. s. Leadbeeterd ttoaa We c*rry a full line of Fancy Groceriea. Place your order fwith ua and ge'i the beat the market affords at the lowcat possible|pnce. Candie*. 10 to 25c pound. New Crop Nuta, 15 toj22c pound. Miaed Nuta. 15c pound.j_ Mince Meat. 1.0 to 18c pound. Raiains. 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figa, 15c pounJ. Freah Fruita_of all kinda. Midland Butter. 38c pound. PURE FOOD STORE.'. St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts This Rocker, $4.50, \ avtme eomfcetmWe toekor, rtronglj made, with spring seat Itaek ??; ? oovered witb iuiiution leatber. rims^ ,.(1 either in (Okfao or ?veaibere.l oak Tbis uoubl inakea \ery a> eeptable ftft, M. RUBEN & SONS, 001 KIMQ STREET. GO TO Knight & Rodgers' Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You wdl find tne cn??V of youth and the experiencc of age. There is nothing too largc for us. nothing too small for us. nothing too plain and noth? ing too coraplicated for us. We can do a class of work that will suit the eco nomical and we can also do work to suit the most fastidious. Plans Furnished Free When work is fiven without com petition. novlTl rl'BLIsni. D I?.VI.\Y AMITUI-WKKKI.Y AT OAZETTK'BUILDIKO, 310 and 312 PRINCE BTREET. [Entered atthe Fostofflce of Alexandria. Virginia, as socond-class matter.] Tkrm_: Dailv-1 year. *5.00; C months, 12.00; 3 months, fl.25: 1 month.43 oents 1 week, 10 cents. _. Trl-weekly -1 year, 13.00: G months 81.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, ? ceutK. . , ? _, '3ontract advertisers will not be alloweO to cxoeod thoirspaco unlesa theexcess ls paid for attransient rates, and undor no eiretnnetanoee will they be allowa-t to advertiso othor than their legiti matobusiuesa ? tho space contracteil rlecoitrtlona la iiieiuoriam. or thauks, tributesor respect. rosolutions auopWHi by societlos or persons.unless orpuoiio concom. will be printed in the papar as advertiseiueuts. MISS aUBaMAMOtJ ^TATEMESiT. At yeaterday *s sesaiou of the trial of Hattie l.e Blanc, iu Cambridge, Mas*., charged with the murder of Clareuce F. Glover, the teatiuiooy was given coneerning str.temeuts alleged to have been made by Miss Le Blanc itnnu-diately following her arrest three daya after thc shooting. According to this testimony, the accused girl ad? mitted that she had been in the lauu dry with Glover on the fatal night, to liave seen the revolver in Glover's hand, to havo struggled with him when be il said u? bave assaulted her, to have beard n noise in the laundry like the rustlc of a woman's skirts and whieh also attracted Glover's attention, to have eseaped from his clutches, aud then to have beard a shot tired. The testimony was given l.y Zella Gallant. a French girl, who said sbc interpretcd the atatements which the l.e Blanc girl made to the police in French. M.ss Gallant swore also tbat Hattie Le. Blanc said she never shot Glover, that she did not know bam to use a revolver, that she was angry with Glover for his conduct towanl ber. and that ahe bad beard other people w*. that some one would shoot Glover. According to Miss Gallant, the prisoner said she did not know that (dover had been shot, or that he was dead Obttl after her airest. She claimed ihat she ran back to the G!o\er bouae after eaoaniag from the laundry and re maincd three da\s without food, liidins under the bed, where finally sho was found. Dcscribing her movements on Ho rambar 90,1909 Ibe day ofthe mur? der of G over. Miss taBlanc said on that morning when -Mrs. Glover was upstairs iu the bouse. Glover had ?efced bet i ? mteet bim in thr ?umJrv tbat nigbt aml she was keeping the ap? pointment. When she met Glover at the lauudry, sbc siiid, lu made improper proposals ti her, which sho lejected. He then grabbid her and dragged hcr up Stain iu ihe lauudry, where ho at 1 ber. After tbe assaults sbe be? gan lo ery, and Glover grasped her by tho throat and ihoked herto make hcr stopcrying. Glover had a revolver io bis hand at tlie time, but she never iooebedit He threataeed to kill hcr if sho told what had oceurred. Then she told of hariug beard the rustlc of a woman's skirts in the laundry. She described thc struggle with Ghner, declariog that be had forced her upstairs iti thc laundry and that she felt her 00?b alip out of her hair and a pin gi.-c away. She said that both the comb and pin found in the laundry were licrs. Sbc denied that ihe baodkatcbtaf also found in the laundry belonged to her. Sho said sho had novcr threatcned Glover, but remembered hearing a Mrs. Hill say that hcr (Mrs. Hill's) brother-in-law had thrcatenod to kill tllovet. Ilrcaking away from Glover she ran down staira after she heard a shot. Sbo beard only oue shot, she maintained, and thought that bfl had shot himseif. When she reaehed tbe footof tho stairs tbe door was looked and sbe went out tliHuigh I window, goiug directly to llie Ulover bome, where sho hid under tlie bed in the guest chamber. She re inained there until the followiDg Tuea day. During the time she was under the bed she had nothing to eat or drink, sho said, nor did sho see Mrs. Olover, Mr. Klruore or Mr. and Mra. Frceman. A sprained ankle will usually disable the iujured person for three or four weeks. Tbis is due to lack of proper treatment. When Chambcrlain. Lin? iment is applied a cure may be effected in three or four daya. This liniment i> one ol the beat and most remarkable preparations in use. Sold by W. F GreightOD and Richard Gibson. SHOT BV A >IAI> MAN. Alberl Belk. ? watchman, employed in the upt'.wti yards oi tho Elevated Railroad in New York, was shot and fatally wounded eariy yesterday bf a niad man. A hundred policemen are seanhing for the assailant, who eseaped, with revolver cocked in liis hand, ready for another vietim. Balk swinging lus lantern. was stamping across the snow-covered ties on his regular morn? ing inspection <>f the yards when the maaiao, a full-bearded man of gaunt appearancc, juniped out from behind a Side-tracked car. holding a big re -teadily in hia right hand _ir." he asked in a higli-piiched voiee. "what have you done with my father and mother?" Balk saw at that the man was insane and en deavored to <.uiet bim. Your folks are in the station. Come. I will take you to them," he saul. "You lie !" sbrieked tbe niad man, aa lie pulled the trigger twice in an in? sane fury. Balk was not ten feet from tho mttz /.lc and the tirst bullet w,-ut through his abdomen while the second buried lt _elf iu his blp .? lie fell. Balk wa^ The Freshest aod Crispest oi Crackers At Special Prices This Week We buy crackers in carload lota and sell them a. fort a. we ?*?*_? m.-_.f. why the crackers you buy here are alwaya fresh and ?~P"S** from the ovens. For this week only we ofter the standard branda of crackers and cakes at specially reduced prices. n._t?r_ttes - - 3PkB.forGraham Crackers 3 tb. for ?uyS_uesttC! . - .10c_ Johnnie^Cake -25 Johnnie N-bf,--.. 3 Pkga* f?- 20c Mary Anr-'a - Brookfield Eo-gs.Do_.31 c Good Eggs, Doz. . 26c Pure Lard , . . 13c Compound. lb . . Best Elgin Butter, lb. Creamery Butter, lb. 37c 32c MINCEMEAT Atmore's Celebrated Mincemeat. lb . 12c Heinz's Mincemeat, 20c None-such Mince? meat, pkff . . 9c HAMS AND BACON. Fancy Sugar-cured Hams, lb. . 20c Fancy Boneless Bacon. in strips, 25c Sliced Bacon.in pkgs.. 1 lb. net, 30c Pure Pork Sausa^emeat. lb . 18c .Trtd'of A & P Flour. AfifP Flour, bbl ... ? *?3? In __dtj__i___ -5c- 40c- 80c< $1-60 Fragrant, Delicious ofSuperiatsve E Congressional Coffee Senate Coffee . ? 35c lb. 25c lb. NEW CROP NUTS Paper-shell Almonds, lb Soft-shell Walnuts, lb . French Walnuts, lb . . Sicily Filberts, lb . . ? Brazil Nuts. lb ... Pecans. lb. MixedNuts, lb . ... '-"jf; Extra Qualitv Mixcd Nuts.lb. . 15c 22c 23c 18c 13c 12c 18c Great Atlantic &, Paclflc Tea Co., 525 King 3t di.M*-.\ered antl taken 10 8 hotpital. Se.areh of tie* vard- siiowed n<> deli uit-j chm to the identity of tbe aasail ;,,,-. A IdoC* over. al v.:i- fountl lying acroee tha rall ol the car behind whicb the ivad man liad been hiding. It contained a notfcbook with the name ??simon Bryant, :? 1?>*'? Oolfax aranue, Denvci. Col." and an cmply incdicine bottle from the National Hcbrew Ho pital in Denver. Tlu* poliev are n"' ?urc that the overcoat wa. thc mail man s. Thc poculiar properties of Chamber? lain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughhr teeted during epMem4ca of iitilueii/.a, and when it was taken in time we liave not beard of a singlc aaa* ot ?fcoewnooia. 8oM by W. f, Creis-hton and Richard Gibson. IIOl.IVIA ATTACKS PKKU. According to dispatchcs received at Lima, Peru, Bolivian forcs surprised_ and attacked the Peruvian garrison at Guayabal, on the Bolivian frontier. A sharp eiigagcment ensued in whicb many of tbe Peruvian> were killed or wounded. Peruvian troops have been rushod to tho scone. Thero are fear* that this may lead to a serious rtiptiue between tho two countrics. The insurgents, under Ferro. bave taken refuge in Ecuador. There was a serious liouudary (hs pute between Peru and Bolivia last year, but in Oetober, 1909, a protocol, signed by rcpresentatives of Peru and Bolivia, was ratitied by tbo con;," of both countries. This apparently disposed of the disputc arising from Bolivia'8 disinclination to Mrcpt thc boundary award as made by tho arbitrator, President Aloort* pt Argcntina. Notwithstanding thc ar rangement, both Peru and Bolivia have kept troops stationed along tbe frontier. In plain sight ot ."?0 fellow-work men. Charles Kendall, a molder's helper, leapcd into a cupola of wh.te hot metal at a foundry at Barncsville, Ohio. yeaterday. The man's tlesh was entiroly cosumed, and only the hones were recovered. Kendall had been aeparated from his wile for l number of years. If you are suffering from bilioutr ness, conatipation, indigestion, chronic hoadacbe, invest one eent in ? postal card, aend to Chamberlain Medicine. Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sam plo of ChamberlainV Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold by W. F. Creigh ton and Richard Gibson. Ladies! Combine style with solid comfort. Wear the RED CROSS SHOE, to be had only at our store. .1. A. Marshall A Bro.. 422 King st.reet. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! POPHAM'-a ASTHMA BB-HBOV eives instant relief and an abflolute cure in all eases of Asthnia. Bronehitis and Hav Fever. Sold by druj-j-ists. mail on reeeipt of priee 81.00. Trial package by mail 10 eents. Williams ftfff Co., Props.. Cleveland. O. For sale. wholesale and retail. l>y fc 8. l_*a?lbeater _ 8pj____ FIFTY YEARS __P__PCMC_P OF AN 0-? NUBSE, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the preeerlptlon ofone of the best female physicians and nurses in the l nlt,_ States, and has been uaed fer fifty years with never-railingsiKeess bv millionsof mothersfor their children. It relieves the chlld from pala, eores diarrhoea. **riping iu the bowels. and wtod colic Bv <*ivin? health to the ehild it rests the mother. Tweuty-live .-ents a bottle. STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER l, 1*10. OFFICERS G L BOOTHE. President GEO. E.WARFIELD_Ca.hier M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President J. I GREEN. Aaaiaunt Cash.er DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE* UENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW FRANCIS L. SMITH GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER1ROBERTS RESOURCES Loans and Investinents. 1016,125.73 U. 8. Bonda. l.-,.ooo.Of) Hauking House. 7:1??l.?>l Due iVom Bankaand-Ro servc Agents. l",S,lJ0._i t__. 82fi4ZQ8 B Per I'cnt. Fund. -.000.00 |1,329.179.61 LIABILITIES CapiUl.>l0? Kurplusand Proflts. H7 Cireulation. 100 Deposlts. 941 Other Liabilitiea. ,000.00 741. ,000.0. MU? 102.81 |I.:?9,I79.KI This bank witb its amplo capital and aurplua, its adequate eqmpment had r-ieilitics. solicits thc accounts of manufooturera, wholesalers. r.i-ilers nnd imlividuals on thc best terms conaisteut with sound bauking. No account too large to l*e handled aatia-Otorily; none too amall to be appreciated. This out showsa pair or spectaelcs witli the lenses very much out orfocus. The dots show the focal centorof the len.cs, whieh are the kind uatially sold by travclinj* aad <-ut-rate optlcians. Sueh glasses are very hannfiil aml are often the causc of catannts ?..?. ii.ir lensen irround and acetirately centered in .><"r an.l other aerloua bwririee. '.^.^^rv.^ ARsoi.l'TKI.Y CORRKCT. maniifartiiring department. are i-uak*a Columbia OpUcal Co.. Inc, Expert Optlcians, ?>OM V Street Northwr-rt. Washtn-rton. I?. ft _ H-Ia... imemberor tho above firm. Wont you drop in and let mo ex plain this and other in.portant _rtsaho.it fflasses? W. E. DIENELT. OPTICIAN. Alexandria Offlce. bl4 Prinet street ajjointu.ent atter 7:00 p.m. "^ sep3 6m Electric Lights. Electric lights are a necesaity, not luxury. Did you ever atop to con? sider how eaay it ia to light electric lampa? No matches required. Simply turn the k n o b and the lights are on. Tbe knob ia always in the same place and you know the ex act position. The match box i- often|empty and .ometimea moved._Call on u* f for full information and coet of operatjan. io Co. Coal Cokc Wood i Order your Coei before the advanee at [toweat summer prlcea. Beat quality [prompt delivery and bottom prioe \ Phone 96. DnW. JJT0HI80N. 107 eooth yiojal -rtTeat. '?" VIROINIA. In tho Clerk's Offlce of the Con-oratlon Court of tho City ol Alexandria. on the Mth day of Novem? ber, 1910. , . ~ . Albert i Dreifus, vs. .Lou.s Drei? fus, Bertha Cox. R. H. Cox. Nettie Einstcin. Benjamin Einstem. traiik Dreifus, I>*opold nrclfus,l-annb* Atwell. Edward Atwell, Bena Cox, d?'?es <. ox, Carrie Grillbortzer, David (,. (.rillbort zer.Jcanettc Lee. Helen Dricfus, Harry Droifus, Ernest Dreifus, Raymond Drei? fus. Flora Krven and Samuel Krven (haneery. . . , Memo. Object of this suit for sale house and lot northwesteomerof Prince tuul L'nion streets. Alexandria. \a? ot which Kon Dreifus died. seized and |>os aeaeed and diatribution < of proc.U among the parties entitled thereto aud further relief. It appeanng by an affidavit filed in this cause that tho defendants. Nettie Einstcin. Benjamin Einsteln, 1- rank Dreifus, Leopold Dreifus. Helen Drei? fus, Harrv Dreifus. Krnest Dreifus. Kay inond Dreifus. Flora Krven and Samuel Krven are I'on-residents ofthis State : It is Ordered: Tbat said defendants ap? pear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what is necessarv to protect their intercsts in this suit! and that acopy ofthis order bo forthwith inserted in thc Alexandria Oazetto. a newspaper piiblished in the City of Alexandria. onco a week for four successive weeks, and'posted atthe rront door or tho Court House of this city. A. con-f*~"T?sto NEVELL 8. OREENAWAY, Clerk. BV LaOBJ N. DlTKFi.D. C. John M. Jr>bnson, p. q. nov? w*w-tbu For Mother, Wife or Sister, SilkStockings Pure silk full fashioned garter tops. 2 pairs in a handsome box for $1.00 tor father, husband and brother. 4 pairs Sox in a handsome box for 50c, or 4 pairs Lisle Thread in a handsome box for $1. Thousandsof best Christmas Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes for sweethearts Gloves, Umbrellas, Handb*.gs, Jewel Cases, Comb and Brush Sets. Handsome _et of Furs, in fact anything you wish in the shape of a Christmas present you will find at Rosenfeld's. As a lady remarked in looking over our stock, "Anything you can not get at Rosenfeld's you can not get in Washington," and our prices beat them to a frazzle. Rosenfeld's 0 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. FOR SALE One half square of ground. Excellently located for dwelling or factory sites, situ? ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick and Henry, streets. ^ 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 facihty for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial &* Savings Departments on grounds of absolu* safety and satisfaction. * OFFICliRS 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. LIGGETT'S CHOCOLATES THE BEST 80c A Pound TAYLOR'S PHARMACY blb\King Street. Both riioue-._ N'gl't Bell. Gents' Stylish, up-to-tlate footwear adds matcrially to your appearance. We have the exclusive styles, sueh as THE HESS, REGAL, WALKOVER, BROCTOrT COOPERATIVE. ftc. J. A. Marahall k Bro.. 1*5 Kinj* street. Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER OfSflflt known Water for Dyapep ?ia. Indigestion. Kidney and Liver Trouble*. Leading Physicians endorse it and tei tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist._ OYSTERS IX AIX STYI.ES. .HIC'K ESf ON TOAST, SANim NHES always on rale_U! *PIJ.KS'* CAFE. prince aud Royal Street*. 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's. which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso? lutely NO WASTE Eftabliihed 1792 _STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. Kverv day in tho year for Fort ?on roe. Norfolk. Newport, News and points south, via superb, powcrful stcel p.ilace BltWIIIWl I.eave Washington,6.1") p, m. Leare Alexandria 7.00 >>. m. Arrive Ft. Mooroee TjOoa. m. Arrive Norfolk SJOOe. n>. Arrive Portsmouth &00a. i?. I.*ave Portsmouth ."*.00 p. m. Leave Eorfolk 8.00 p. ?. I.eave Ft. Monroc 7.00 p. ni. Arrive Alexandria<>.:?) a. ni. Arrive Washington 7.00a.ini. Through comu-etioiis madeat Norfolk with steamers of the Old Doiiiinioii steamship Companjr Tor New Tork and MSrchants-and Miner's Steamslup- B_? Boaton. . , ., ... (ieneral Ticket 0?ee. 720 lltli !-;. \ . \\ Uond Building, Washington. : V I'tu.ne Main l.'*_0. S*.*v**nth street wharf. I'hone M: Alexandria wharf foot ol 1'rinc litre -i W. II. CALLAH VN aprl lyr General f_*en-fer A Maryland Deiaware and Vir? ginia Railway Gompaoy.' BFjcnra sciiKiin.K. Steamers ol this line leave Ate_LS?? on and after May 18, VM0. Every MONDAY. WLDNKSDAV and ' SATrUDAYat430p.ni. FOH BALTIMORE AND ALL THK C8UAL RIVER I.ANDI\<;s Cuisine and ?ippointinents unexc-lled. Preij-ht for Baltimore, Philadelphia ;iud New York soliciu-d and hacdled witb ISUBB Through rates aml l>ill- ot lading issued. Singlcfaro to Ualti.re. f_..V>: rouud trip, 9i.~t0: sUttcrooms. one way. II.'jOJ l_ea.ls.S0e. KKAKDON A (JIUMKS. Agents, OU* Poot ol'Caineron atreet. SCHEDULE _ Steamboat Go. Kffectivo May !?, 1'JlO. Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria ati! p. m. OSJ Mon d;iv :uid Wedncsdav for Parham'a Polnt and lower river landings. Ib'lurii g?a) Wedncsdav and Friday moi?Uf. I .Saturday a'ttia in. for Nomini aud intor inediate landings. returning Sunday about "j |>. m. Steamer "Wakefield." Leave Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday atOa. ni. for Wirfs wharf and all intcr incdiatelandings. Returning leaveWirfa wharf at ? a. ni. thc following day and ?mivingal Alexandria about 4 p. m. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot of ('ameron Street. TelephonoNo. 50. JeH lyr H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS orritK asi) htorks: 1IVU7 m, rotalst. D?aler in Hardware. Painu. Agricul? tural ImpUmentt.VehicIes.Harr.ess. Field and Garden Seeds. WARKHOl'MK*. ^,IIH INIOS HTRKBT, OS LINK OF SO.THKR.V RAI1.WAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feid Will always keep in stock the hlgbes grade of these articles. MURt Aloxandria. Va., December ?>. 1910. Thc annual meeting of tbe ?*? ek holder- of the CHARLOTTES\ ILLE AND RAPIDAN BAI?ROAD OOM? PANY will be held at thc O?ee <>| ihe .?o-|.anv in Alexandria. Virginia, on WEDNESDAY. Deeember Sl, WO, :tt jten o'eloek a. na., for thc purpose ol ? eleeling direetors and transacting sueli 1 other business as may eonio before the 'meeting. R. D. LANKFOUD. d.**-;id atmry.