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Southern Raiiway. Trains leav? Union Station, Alexandria. In effoct Novomber 27,1910. N. B.?Following schedulo flgures pub? llshed only as information, and are not ruaranteed. i >0 _ _ 7-A7 A. M.-Dallv loeal between Waah inirton and Danville. -17 \ M H.iily-Loeal for Uarrison bnrw aad way aflWfiena. _ _____ ____ e_7 A. lt?I>:iily-U. 8. Fast Mail. rsforpointasoutb a whlch sebedaled to stop. First elass eoa ?!>? ?>? sleeplng ears to Birmingham and rlraerlog room sleeping ears to New Dining ear serviee. II 17 A M.-Dailv?Mailtrair.. Coaches IbrMans vis.chariottesville.I.vnchburg, Danville and Greensboro. Sleoping ears Greensboro u> Atlanta. p |1 Week days?Limited for Warrenton, Cliarlottesvillo and Harrl aonburg. _ 4_B P. M? Daily?Birmingham spec i ti sieeuing ears" between New York. Atfanta Aeniston and Birmingham. Through firs^elass eoaohes between Washington, Atlanta and Bimingham. Dinlng ear service. Tourist to Californla flve times weekly. M We. k diys-Llmitcdforllar burg and v.av suitions on Manassas braneh. i'uilmai. bufiet parlor ear. 5:12 P. M.-Daily-Local for Warron ton 837 I" M. -Tho Sonthern's Roilthoast ern Limited for Columbia, C .arle-ton. Aiken. Augusta. Savannah nt l ..'ickson ville, Through Pullman dra .ing room, slate r um sleeping ears. Coaches. Dining ears. _ 10-7 P. M.?Daily?Washington and Chattauooga Limited (via Lynehburg, Firet-clasa eoaeh and sleeping oara to Uoanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to Now Orleans, Washington to Roanoke. Dining ear serviee. ll ir Y M.?Daily? New York, Atlanta and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman train. club and observation ears to Now orleans. Sleeping ears to Asbeyille, Atlanta, Maoon and New Orloans. bleop bur eara to charlotte. Dining ear service. 4_7 A. M?Daily?Momphis special. Sleeping ears and coaches for Roanoke. vllle, Nashville, Chattanooga and Memphifl. Dining ear service. Wash? ington sleeping ears open 10:00 1. M. Through trains from the south ajrivc at Alexandria 8-3 and 6-8, 8* and 10^3 a. m., 208, T?, 10:13 and 11:08 P. M. dailv, Harrisonburg 11-8 A. M. week days and !?:n I'. Bf. daily. *rom Char? lottesvillc 928 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. & O. Station) week tiavsat B-3 A _.,J*?d 4? for Bluemont:633 P. M.week days Tor l/?es burg; 4-6 P. M. daily for Bluemont and !?._! V. _L, loeal, on^Sundays only for Bluemont . . _ ... . ._ For detailcd sehedule flgures, tickets, Pullman reservation, etc.. apply io WILLIAM O. LKIIEW, Union Ticket Agent, Alexandria. 'Sa. E. H COAPMAN.VIoePrefl AOen.Mgr. S. II. HARDWICK, Pflflfl. Traf. Mgr. II. r CART, Oeneral Passenger Agent L. S. Brown, General Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington Southern Ry. Sehedule in efTect Nov. '27, 1910. Tralus leavo Union Station for Wash? ington and points north at i 43, 8 08, 8 3 and 8 31 a. m., 12 01,2 30, S 07, 8 18 and 11 33 p. m., daily. __ _ ___ For Frederieksburg. Richmond and points south al I 87, 7 H (loeal) and 10 22 a. m., 12 16, 4 27, 5 17 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57 t>. m. daily. _________ _. Accommodatlon for Frederieksburg at 1113 a. m., daily. On week days this train runs through to Milford. N'oti: Timeofarrivalsanddeparturcs a^'d eonnectioiis not guaranteed. W P. TAYLOR, Trnltlc Manager, Richmond. Va. Washington-Virginia Raiiway. In effect November 1,1910. LKAVK AI.KXANPRIA. For Washington, from corner Prince and Ko.val streets. week davs,_ at 6 40. ,, 630,6 10,656, 06, i 15, 7 30, 7 40, ? 8 lt 8 351 8 36! 8 60,? ?, a 80.? 80, io io, 1080, loao, ii i". ii aa, 11 so, u.*> a. m..U10, 1-38, 1230, 1-80. 1 10, I i'; 130 160 210,2-5,280,2 60, 4 lo!-t_">. 4 80, I I". 4 56,5 10,625,53 7 00,716,7 26,8 00.830, l >, 1000, 1030, U 10 and 1156 p. m. Sundv vs-7 00, 7 36, 8 10, 8 20, 8 40. 9 00, 9 20 9 41. 10 00, 10 20,10 40, 11 00, 11 20 and 1140a. m..l.oum.. 1220, 12 40.100, 120, 1 40 - K) 2 20, 2 40, 3 00, 3 20, I 40, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40 ."?00, 6 20. 6 4<). 9 00, 8 30. 6 40, 7 00, 7 20. 7 40,' B00, BM. :>o0, 8-8, 1000, 10 30 and 1110 p.m. i .OR MOCNT VKRNON. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week davs, nt 646, 688, 7 56, 8 51, 10 25, r.ia.n..i:--, i:..,'^.:; 30 4 40, 5 35, 6 30. 7 36,8 fl?. 8 60,10 M aud 11 50 p. m. Bondayi 1o9. 830, 930, 1030, 1130 a. m . 12 sS, I 80, 3 :?, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30, 6 30, 7 30, ?Hiand in 16 p. m. Ready tor Christmas. H. BLOCH, King Street, I? ready to rrceive orders for holiday supplies. Fruit Cakes. Pound Cakes, Pastry, Confectionery and many other things necded during the joyous season will be furnished at ?atisfactory prices._ Electric Lights. Electric lights add to the comfort and ctaeeriulness of the home that will be greatly appreciated at this season of the year. Electric lights are better adapted for decorative purposes than any other kinds of illunination. As they do not burn with an open flame, the danger of catching decorations on fire is overcome. No matches are required to light thtm. Wire your house now. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King Street. A.; BMttBffOf the stoek holders ToFTBRAfTlATOR COMPANY, Incor| i l.e held attheoffleea of sald compeny, rooms i and 2, Alexan? dria Bank Building, Alexandria, Vlr SnUou FRIDAY December 80, 1916, at iToVloek noon, for the pure eonslderinga n soluUon adopted i.v the h ' r ,?i directora of s?ld eompany..<?? e ? h daj- of Deeember, 1!?10 dcelanng ? "o be advleable and for the l.enetu of B^d company tbat lt should bedleaolvod. HAintv GARDNER,Seeretary. dee?lHWi\\2_ r?T<?('KII(?LI?riiSMKETlNO OFTHE STAMKKU!Xn UlTILKCO.uFyiK QINIA. Th-.- annual meeting of the . ?|t!<.rs ofthe Ameriean Itlllile ( 0. will be held at tbeoffloeol the eompany. No Ul s..uth Fairfiix street Alexandria. Virctnla, on Monday, thc2d of January. 1 .i f from 12 O'olOCk n<wn to 1 o clock p. ,,, for the eleetion of direetors. and for the tran action ofsueh other >'^m?s M can be lawl-lly considered. ihe trans for books will bo closed Tor 10 days pnor to tb* :i>a dav of Juuuary. w. M. ^j-*.x_J?, prealdant, A??bt EUJW-rft, sea. and neas^ ^_ The Famous R*$b Is the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, diffused light-easy on the eye because lt cannot flicker. You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain. The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and even though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for other lamps, you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the low-priced Rayo gives. A strong, durable shade-holder holds the shade on firm and true. This season s new burner adds strength and appearance. Once a Rayo Uaer, Alwrya One. , Dealers Everywhere. tf not at ycurs, write for isscrtfUot circular to the neareat i?ency ofthe Standard Oil Company (Incorporate.) For Rent For Rent 1314 King Street. Fine Store Room. ?25.00 801 Duke Street. 10 Room Brick and Bath, ?25.00. 1450 Duke Street. Store and Dwelling. ?25.00 424.S. Waahington Street. 11 Room Frame and Bath, ?20.00) lOOO.King Street. Fine Store Room. ? 18.00 1305 King Street. | 7 Room Framej ^ ?15.00 IfOO Prince Street.^ New 6 Room Frame.": with; good deep lot. ? 12.00] 601'S. Alfred Street. 7 room Frame. ? 12.001 1827 Duke Street. 7 Room Frame, ? 12.00 335 S. Patrick Street. 6 Room Frame. ? 10.00 337 S. Patrick Street. 6 Room Frame. 2 ? 10.00 127 Prince Street. 8 Room Brick. ? 10.00} 601 fS. St. Aaaph Street. ? Store and Dwelling. ?8.00 314 S. Henry Street.", b Room Frame. ?8.00] 407 Queen Street.8, 6 Room Frame, ?8.aO 619'S. Patrick Street. 6 Room Brick, ? 7.00 John D. Normoyle KING AND ROYAL STREETS. Dr. T. B. Cochran's House FOR SALE. Having purchased the handsome residenee of Mr. P. McK. Baldwin, Dr. Cochran has placed his house in my hands. FOR QUICK SALE. Beautiful side yard, lot sixty feet front. Applicants coming forward you will have tospeak now if you want this. F. L. SLAYMAKER 313 RING STREET. FOR RENT Store 602 King Street. Store Corner King and Pitt Streets. 822 South P_trick. $12.00 224 North Pitt. g-?j 527 North Alfred. $10.50 ?28 Commeree. g-? 323 8. Patrick. *>.00 421 South Alfred.....--. ?'??> Business and Residenee Property for Sale. Insurance of Every Kind, HARRIE WHITE,42-_3?fc When Buying Fuel The consumer must always figure on the ac tual amount of heat and comfort that is got. ..n for the mone" 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 gradesof Coal and Wood at priees that are cheapest to the consumer. A trial order oi our Coal and Wood, or an opinion from aome of our satisfied customers, will prove that our idea of putting quality first is correct. W A. SMOOT & CO., INC. Order Office, 529 King Street. If You Want a Good Medictnal Rye Whisky~the Right Kind? WAKEFIELD RYE _ what you want. _Al.o try aome of our tt_ Imported JWinea. and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., W. E. DIENELT W. G. ATHERHOLT Columbia Optical Co., Inc, F.XPERT OPTICIANS 0O*? ? *treet Sorthwest, Waahlngto-. D. C. Opera Glasses, Lorgnettes, Reading Glasses, Optical Noveltles, &c., for Xmas. Eve. E-smlned FREE. <lu?c- Repalrlng. Very lowe.t Pr.re,. U B-Iexsmino eyes and lt g-aaea at my Alexandria Offlee. 514 Prince atreet. -fter 7* 9- ??; art- -10KNLKUS and SUNDAYS br J^*m*nt ^^ W. _. ?__2r_-.T, Oatlalan. ^l#xfcitb*ia (gmzeifr. WEDNESDAY EVKNING. DFjC. 14 Tlli: AFTER 8TAT1 Tbatheavenis nothing elae than a transfer of mortal beings into spiritual forms that can walk, talk, drink, eat, aud sleep, much as they have done during their earthly existence, i i-<.ii. luaion of Miss Lillian Whiting, writer, connected witb tbe Wellealey .atory. Furthermore, Miss Whit ing asserts that tba life beyond is spent on the planet Mars, or aome such Ual body. "The latest of discoveries," Misa Whiting argues, "is that the strange suVistancc called ether is the most sub stantial, perhaps tho only substantial tbing in tba nniverse. After death are pass into this ctheral realm. "There tmvt be rebfeka, like oar motor ears, run by some form of tric ener.y. Our intellectual inMroBta will cieate occupation for us as they do hero., "Tbe spiritual body will need food nnd aloep, just as tbe phyaical body needs it, although it will be of a difft-r cnt kind." _ The pecuiiar properties of Chambeil lain'a Cough Remedy ba tboroughly tcst.-U during epi'l of iufluenza, and when it was tak-. ,-i in time we have not heard of a aingle of piu-umonia. Sold by W. K. Creighton and Richard Gibson. CIIR1HTMAS CARDS FREETO KBADBfta. The Christmas number oi tbe Pbila? delphia North American, which will bU published on Decembi r 18, promisos something altogether uniquo in the way of ? apeeial aaippletnenk All buy era of the paper <>f that issoe, except ing mail subscribcrs, will reecive Hft ? aheet of Christmas eards, reprodooed from some of the greatest paitJtinga of the age There are mx cards iu the sheet, which when eut apart may l.e used for sending witb gifts or for mail* ing as memontoes of the holiday ?? The cards are reprod-Ced very ,-irtis tically by photogravure proeeaa and the Bnbjecta are chos.-n with ? view of suit ing almost any t . The North Ameri.anJChristnias num? ber will be unusually attractive in text and illustrations. Ita speci.il Dumbera aro always of th. h dard. This one promises to be just a llttle 1,. tter than those tli.it have preceded it. Tbe greatest danger from inflnena i? of its resulting in pneumonia. This can beobvi-tad byatateg Cbambarlain'a Cough Ueine.Jy, as it not only onrea to flueii/.i, but countcracu any teadeajay of the (lisease tmvards pneumonia. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Kichard Gihaon. Beginning Thursday.De cember 15th, store will re main open evenings until Christmas. KING AND PITT STREETS. Only Two Weeks Until Xmas Shop Early and Avold the Rush. Buy your Red Cross Stamps here and put them on your letters and mail packges. It's [for a good cause. Useful Xmas Presents Ladiea' Silk Underskirt?;each B5, ?5.98. ?6.50 and ?8.50. Silk Comforta. each ?8.00. Black Heathcrbloom Under.kir... cach $1.49 and ?1.98. Ladies' Black Sateen Undcrskirt?. each 98c. ai.49and H.98. Linen Towele, each 12 l-2c. ?&?, 25c. 35c and 50c. Pillow Sharas. each 25c. 50c. 75c,?1.00. and $1.30. Leathcr Suit Caats. each aS.OO. ?6.00. ?8.00. 910 and i 12.50. -eather Hand Satchela. each $3.50. $5. ?6.50: $8.00 and $10. OPFH I OF I III LANSTl iN MON< rTYPE MACD I N'K ( O PhUadelpI Tbe board f>r<iir- thia day dc ! ajfeuarte'rt* dlvldnnd of i >. per ocfit on the bee.191 eeord atthe eiof^or I i.'h' J. tSSLlAiliS HAN"(.i:e?l'T. Tn Uhil-rtJT.'- ?,lu >v^- 5 ?_ Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance st lowest stimui- priees. Best quality prompt deUvery and bottom prlct Pbone _6.*D?W. AITCLLESON. 10? soutt, Royal Btertet. !??-? MY DOCTOR MI6HTY FINE Mrs. Hattie Cain of Carrsvilk Thinks all the More of Her Doctor Since He Advised ht" to Take CarduL Carrsville, Ky.?"My doctor," writes Mrs. Hattie Cain, "who advised me to take Cardui, for my troubles, is a mighty fine doctor, and I say God bless Cardui and Ihe people who make it. "Before I took Cardui, I suffered with female troubles for sixteen years. I would have to send for a doctor every three month, and ohl how dreadfutly I suffered l "I would cramp and have convulsions and it looked like I would die. At last I took Cardui and ohl what a surpriael I found it was the medicine for mel "From the first bottle, I began to mend and now I am well, can do more work. can walk and go where I please and it don't hurt me, and I owe it all to Cardui." Cardui helps sick women back to health. lt has been doing this for over 50 years. It is not a laxative, or a heart or kidney medicine?it ia a woman'8 medicine. lf you are a woman, try it N. R.-Write to: Ladies' Advtsqg Dept. Ctatta. gooca Alcdicme Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. lor Special lns;ruct:cns. and 64-pai_ book. Hom? Treatmeal Iot Wotncn." seat ln pflen wrapper, oa requeat. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES you w^sh you had just told your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, whieh you know is good and pure, and in whieh there is abso lutely NO WASTE Embltshed 1792 FAMILY WASH Rough Dry?7c lb. All pieces washed,starched and dricd, ready for iron ing. All towels, bed and table linens ironed and fold ed ready for use. Both Tclephones. Our Wagon Will Call. Banner Steam Laundry. 008 Oronoeo Street. King btreet, Barber Shop. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. QBOGEEI-S, PBQVmONB, WOOD, \ L, I.IMK. CEMENT, TERRA COTTA SEWER PIPE, NA1LS, (il.ASS. l'AINTS ANI) OIL. Ivory Wall Plaster A i-lg- <|tiantity of new and second hand lumber and sccond-hand brick for sale cheap. WM. H. PECK. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OFFICE AM) SToRES: 1KV1I7 N. ROYAL ST. Oealcr in Hardware. Painta. Agricul? tural Imp'.cmcnt*. Vehiclea.Harr.cn. Field and Gardcn Seeds. WA?HOIie-B. ?Ot TH fMON STRBOT, .OW l.INi: OF SOTTITRRN RAII.WAlt. ' Also Grain, Hay, Straw andallkindsof MillFeod Wil! always keep in stoek the hlgbes grade oftnese articlea. NOTICE. Alexandria, Va, Deoembet .'>, HMO. The aninial mectlBg of tho stock hnldei l !I\i:i,<)TTIS\ H.I.F. AXD KAPIDAN RAILROAD 1'ANY will l>e held atU?e oilce of tbe iny in A Ii-xamlKo. "Virjiola, on WEDNl 8DAY. Decettrolf 21, 1010, at ti-n o'eloek a. m., lor the purpoae of eleetingdireetors and ininsactirigauch business aa may come before tbe Ing. II. D. LANKForp. deeatd Se*retarr. THK FIRST S-ATIOKAI/BANH-* Alexandrta, V.1_ The annual meeting of the stockhold erv uf this hank n ill be held at the hank oute on lannary luth a't twelve ? noon. for the electfon of diree :id BQeh other business ia may property eome before the meetinjr. ? I . WARFIHL-S Cashter. deel. td Apieceof CutGl-uis always pretty; _we bave [a Ln? a?^tmenu prip. ue-erat*. a\. W. W MaBT ? iOIf. FOR SALE One half square of ground. Excellently located for dwelling or factory sites, situ ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick and Henry streets.f 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 VIRGINIA.?In the Clerk'a Office of the Corporation Court ofthe Clty of Alexandria, on the 2Gt_ day of Novem? ber, 1910. Frances E. Gutridge vs. Janaes R. G-ut ridge. In ohanoery. Merao. The objeet of thia auit ls to ob tain for tho eomplalnant an absolute di? vorce from the defendant on the ground ofwilful desertlon and abandonment for a period of more than three years before the bringing of thia suit, and for gene? ral relief. , _______ It appearing by an affldavit fllod In thi.s cause that the defendant, Jamea II. Gut rldge, is a non-roBldont of thia State Iti. Ordered, That said defendant ap? pear hero within flfte?_i days after due l>iiblic:ition ofthis order, and do what b> niH'essary to proteet his interost in this auit, and that a eopy of this order be forthwith inaerted in the Alexandria (iazette, a newspaper publlahed in the < 'Ity of Alexandria, once a week for four Bueeesslve weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court House of this oity A copv?T-BTK: NEYELL S. CREENAWAY, Clerk. Fretl'k. IV Ru.ssoll.p-q. nov_w4w-tu VIRiflNIA. In the Clerk'a Offlee of tbe < Corporation Court of the Clty of Alexandria, on the 14th day of Novem? ber. 1910. Albert Dreifus, vs. Louis Drei? fus, Bertha Cox, R. H. Cox, Nettie Kinstein, Boniamin Elnsteln, Fraak Jireifus, Leopofd Droifus.Fannle Atwell, Edward Atwell, Bena Cox, James Cox, Carrie Orillbortz.r, David O. Grillbort 70r, Jeanetto Lee. Ifelen Drlefus, Han-y Dreifus. Ernest Dreifus, Kaymond Drei? fus, Flora Hrven and Samuel Erven. Chaneery. Memo. Objeot ofthis suit for sale house and lot northwostcornerof Prince and l'nion streets, Alexandria, Va? of which Rosa Dreifus died, soized and pos sessed and dlstrlbutlon or proeeod* among tho partios eutltled thereto and further relief. ___. It appearing by an affldavit hlc<l iii this cause that the defendanUt, Nettie Einstein. Benjamin Einstein, Frank Dreifus, I;eopold Dreifus, Helon Drei? fus, Harry Dreifus, Ernest Dreifus, Ray mond Dreifus, Flora Erven and Samuel Erven are ron-resldonts oftbia State : It is Ordered: That said defondants ap? pear horo within flfteen days after due publieatlon of this order, and do what is neceaaary to proteot their IntereaU ln this suit, and that acopy orthls ordor bo forthwith inserted In the Alexandria Gazotte, a newspaper publlshod in the Clty of Alexandria, onco a week for four sucoesslvo weeks, and posted at the front door or tbe Court House of thia clty. A oopy?Teste. NEVELL S. OREENAWAY, Clerk. BY IX)DI8 N. Dofvht.D. C. John M. Johnson, p. q. nov.1 w4w-thu DufJLNIA?In ~the~Oierk'8 Offloe of Corporation Court of tho Clty ot Alexandria, on the Cth day of Docem l>er, 1910. Anna FJizabeth Moudy vs. John Luther Moudy. In ohancery. Momo. Tho objeot of this suit ia to obtain for tho plalntifl', Anna Elizabetb Moudy, an absolute dlvoroe lrom the defendant, John Luthor Moudy, on the grounds ofwilful desertion and abandon? ment for more than three years prior to the institution of thia suit. It appearing by an affldavit flled ln this oauso that tbe defondant, John Luthor Moudy, is a non-reaident oi thbj State: It is Ordered, That aaid defondant appear here within flfteen days after due publieatlon ofthis order, and do what is neoessaryto proteet his Interest in thia suit, and that a eopy of thia order be forthwith Insortedin tho Alexandria Ga rette, a newspapor publishod ln the oity or Alexandria, oueo a week for four sue cessivo weeka, and posted at the front door of the Court House of this oity. A eopy?Tbstb. NEVELLH. OREENAWAY, Clerk. Samuel O. Brent, p. q. decT w4w-w ATTENTION Xmas Shoppers. The meful fift ii appreciated the moat and the tfiver lontfeat remet-bered. Therefore we invite you to eall and aee our line of fina Carvers, Table Knives, Oneida Plated Fork_ And Sp6on_, Pocket Cutlcry'and Razors, both old style and saf ety kind. Special attention ia invited to the celc brated "Wiaa" Sciaaora and Manicnre Seta, put up in attracf ive leather caiea and quality guaranteed. Entcrprtae Food Choppera. Coffee Milla and Patent Smoothing Irona are heip fui all the year round. Our full. ine of Hardware conaisti of firatclaaa gooda and pricea are low. Carlin Hulfish Co., Ine, 315 King Street. dec* 2ve For Sale or Rent. Tbip dealrable resldence with large sidet lawn, 307 south St Asaph street, located in theibest residential seetion of tbe eity. For full partioulars apply at 413 Duke street nov4 tf OEE our assorttnentof WHITE 8TONE To All Parties Concerned. TAKE NOTICE: That on WEDNES? DAY, the _lst day of Deoember, 1910, at my offlce at Fairfax, Virginia, at lo o'clock a. rn., I shall proceedto oxecute the requirementsof tbe decree rcndered at the November term, 1910, of the Cir? cuit Court of Fairfax oounty, Virginia. in the ouantfery eause pending thereln in whieh David C. Leach and James t Swartz, who sue for themselves and on behalfof all other stockholders of th. I>and & River Improvement (k>.,of New Alexandria, are con plainants, and The Land A River Improvement Co., of New Alexandria. ls defendant, rculr ng me as Special Master Commissioner. "to inquire and make report to this court upon tho maUernhereinafter mentioned towit:" ._ .u r A a What lands wore owned by the I.and and River Improvement Company of New'Alexandria from its organization up to tho dato of tbo appoiutment or Park Agnew as reeeivor In this eause, and ?hatporti<?tis thoreof have been dls posod of, and to whom-and tho titlo to what portions thereoi remain iu the Land and River Improvement Company of New Alexandria. b Tho taxes and all other Hens upon 'the real estato ofthe said defendant cor? poration, with tnoir priorities. c The debts and obllgations ouWtand Ing of said eompany, to whom due, and tbeir priorities, If any. d Tbo name ahd address of tho stock? holders of tho defendant corporation and the number ofsharesot slock beld by them rospectively. e Whether the defendant corporation is insolvent, and a sale of the property, real, personal and mixed, of tho defen? dant corporation, is necessary for tho payment ofthe lions upon its lands, and the debts ofthe company. f The aeooiints of Park Agnew, lato receiver in thls eause, showing what moneya have l>ocn reeeived by him under said recelvorship, and what dis posiiion has been made ofthe same. and the amount of any roceivenShip eertifi eates outstanding, and by whom held, and any and all other obllgations of said rocelvershlp. __ , g Any other matter or thing whieh tho said special eommlssionermay deem l>crtlnent, or whieh any party in intorest may roquire. Iftheexocution of tbo requlremonts ofthe said decree bo net completed at the time above named, I shall ndjourn the proceedings from time to timo and place to place until the same .shall have been completed. F. D. RICHARDSON, Commissioner in Chancery. James R. Caton A Sons, Sols. for eomplts. deoelOt V IRGLNIA.?In tho Clerk'a offlee of . tho Corporation Court of tho Clty of Alexandria, <ui the ?th day or Deoom ber, 1910. Taylor Morrison, James Morrison, Ros alle Morrison. Edith Morrison, Mary Shultlceand William W. Sbulaoe, be. husband; Fannle A. Clark. Charles T. Clark, Georjre T. Klipsteln, Mary T. Harrymanand Harry G. Harry man, her husband, and Robeooa T. Klip? steln, oomplalnants, vs. Edward P. Cooper, Annie Cooper Kennedy. Bertha Brewor, Edward C. Lord. Wil? liam B. Lord, Thomas C. Llppiueott, William Llppiueott, Carollno E. C. Oaskill and J. N. Oaskill, hor husband; Hannah Lippinoott, Martha Farquhar and B. H. Farquhar, her husband; Hannah C.Edwardsand Y. G. Edwarda, her husband: LewisC. Jessup, James Jessup, John Jessup, Mamo Kromer and E. Kromer, her husband; West Jessup, Sallie Voorneesiand JohnVoor* hees, her husband; Cooper Jeseup, -Jessup, widow of D. Cooper Jes? sup, deeeasod; Benajah Andrews, Clara Sneed and -? Sneed, hor husband; Mary -, formerly Mary Andrews, __d-, her husband: Clara Bon sall and WilliamS. Bonsall. be* hus? band; Edwin 0. Stokes,-Stokes and AnnaStokes, hU wife; - Andrews, widow of D. Cooper Andrews, deceas? ed, and LiSlie Curtis and -Curtis, her husband, If living, and their un known helrs, if any of them bo dead, defendant... In ohancery. Memo. Tho objeet of this suit is to sell the real estatc particularly deserib ed iu the bill situato partly in tbe city of Alexandria and partly in the county of Aloxandria, Virginia, of which Lewis Cooper and Cliaries M.' Taylor died seiz ed and possessed as tonants in coinmon, and for tho distribution of the proceods ofthe aale among tho parties entitled thoreto according to their respec.tive rlghU. It appcarinjr by an affldavit flled in this cause that all ofthe defendants are non-resldents of this State: It is Ordered, That said defendants appear hero within flfteen daya after due publieatlon of this order, and do what is neeessary to proteet their Interests ln this suit, and that a eopy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gasette, a newspaper publlshed in the Clty of Alexandria, once a week for four suceessi ve weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court H*uso of this clty. A eopy?Tbste: NEVELLS. OREENAWAY, Clerk John M. Johnson and Sainuol P. Fisher. p. q._deoT wtw-w Otterburn LithiaandMatf nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water .for Dyapep aia, Indigestioa. Kideey and Liver Troubles. Leading Phyaiciana endorae it and tea tify to ita great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. COME and see our new stoek of BAR rSS*. f*._it Mla^iMt we e^jar had. m e M. ty. W_BBT A mrS. FnilltjliRBM **?? MACHINISJ J. &. H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray' Gasoline 'Motors Engineer and Machiniata' Suppliea. Pipe. Pipe Fittinga. Valves. bfc. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. lirialon Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. |BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. *fWe make a apecialty in repairs to Gaaoline Enginea. Motorcycles and Automobilea. Wc aolictt your ordera on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE: 514 Evana Building. Phone Main 732* BUILDING MATERIAL8_ [ESTABLISHED 1822.] Henry K. Field &Co., Succossors to JOHiAII II. D. SMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KIM>S Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Office Mid Vard 11'. N. Cnion street Factory N.v ;n N. Lm - MaterfaU I I !?"'? in 'he rity. General \m\m JtpKf. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke bf Herbcrt Bldg. The companies reprcsentisl in thls offlce have assets ofiover ?100,000,000. Among others are: Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool bf London tf Globe. AZtna Inaurance Co. Northern Aaaurance Co. Springfield Fire bf Marine. 1 rompt attention given toatljustment of lossesandall matters connected with nsnrsnee. John Ahern & Co., Corner Prince and Coinmcree StrecJ' WHOLESALE bf RETAIL GROCERc and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS^i Countrv produee reeeived dailv. Our stoek of l'lain and Fancy Orooenes em braecs everything to be had In this line. We hold largely ln United States bond ed warehouseand enrry in stoek various brands ofthe best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. llavoalso in store superiorgi-tdes of Ponlgn and Ameriean WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. bfc Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price aud Qup.lity. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. E. Corner < ameron and Royal Streets WHOLESALE GROCERS General CommisaionJMercha-ta nd daaleaa la ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand Gibson.s XX. XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram Whiakiea; also Raker's andThom.ison's Pure Rye Whlakies. to whieh tbey invite the attention of the trade. Orders from tho country for nierchan dise shall reeeive prompl attention. Consignmenta of Flour, Grain and Country Produee BOlielted, lor which thoy r.uarantee tfae hitfhest market pneea and p'romp returnst_ John P. RoniNso.f, G-BO. 8. Fkknch, President. Secretary. ia Fertilizer and H/_fa~*-_T-____ OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals aod Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for tho Alexandria Fertlli7.raniM'heini.al Co.'s Prodncta. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annura. Prlncesa Street and Potomae River Wharf. Alexandria. Virginia. _FIN A NCIAL._ Gardxer _. Boothe, | M. B, Hak-OW Preaident I Vice President First National Bank Al.EXANKKlA, VA. Desigtuted Depository of the United States. CAPITAL.$100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS.|175.000 Direetors: G. L. BOOTHE. M. B. HARLOW, G. E. WARFIELD, J. F. MIIR. WALTER ROBERTS, B. BAF.R, Jr., ESTABLI8UKD tOB, Burke & Herbert Modcrnly eejttfpped for bankinf; in Its various branebes. Deposites reeeived Bllbjeet to cheek at Hight. Collectimis made on all points. Ifigh-grade investment securltios bougbtaud sold. Letters of Credit and Foreign Ex? change furnished. Safe Deposit Boxes for ront A Savings Department ln whlch in torest la allowed on deposit*. COMEandseeour ivindoiv display of LADIKS )JA( K COMBS. Whlte brilliants cannot be dlstl-fulsbea from ?-_>?._. hy ?$ttf\pj$ lojfco.