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ALEXANDRIA, VA., WKDXfc-DAY KVKNIMi, DKCRMBER 28, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME CXI.--NO. 807
_STEAMERS_
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
Every dsiv in tho year for Fort Mon
roe, Norfolk, Newport New? and points
south, via supcrb, powerful steel palaee
Hteamora.
Leave Washimru.n.?.4'> |>- m.
Leave Ah-xandria 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ft Monroes 1.09a, m.
Arrivo Norfolk 8.00Jl. m.
Arrive Portsmonth &.00-. m.
Leave I'orUsmoutb ">.00 p. ra.
Leave Korfoik <;.00 p. ni.
Leave Ft. Mon roe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria ?.:? a. ra.
Arrive Washington 7.00 alra.
Through comioetions made at Norfolk
with steamers of the Old Dominion
Steamship Company for Now York and
MSn-hanU'and Miners Steamships for
Boston. ,, _. .. ...
Oeneral Ticket Offloo. 720 14th St.N.W.
Bond Building, Washington, D. C.
Phono Main U-D. . __
Seventh street whari. Phone Main J7?l.
Aloxandria wharf foot ol [JJJg^f61
aprl lyr Oenoral Passenger Agent.
Maryiand Delaware and Vir?
ginia Raiiway
?PJUNG SCIIEDULE.
Steamers ot this line leave Alexandria
on and after May lft, MttO,
Every MONDAY. WkDNESDA Y and
BATURDAY at 430 p.m.
FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
USUAL RIVER LANDINGa
Cuisine and appoiutments unesoelled.
Freighi for Baltimore. Philadelphia
and New York solicited and handled
with care Through rates and bills of
lailing Issued. _^ .
Singlo faro to Baltimore, f_50; round
trip. *...*); staterooms, one way, $1.50
Moals. 50c.
REARDON ftdlMMrX Agents.
Foot of ?'?nierou itreet
SCHEDULE
&
Steamboat Co.
Eflective May 9,1910.
Steamer" Capital City."
I/eeves Alexandria atGp. m. on Mon?
day and Weduesdav for Parham's Point
and lower river landings. Roturn early
Wednesdav and Friday niorning. Leave
Saturday a*t9 a m, for Nomiui and iuter
mediato landings, returuiug Sunday
about 5 p. in.
Steamer "Wakefield."
Leave Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday
at9a_m. for Wirt's wharf and all inter
mediate landings. Returning leave Wirt's
wharf at 6 a. m. the following day and
arrlving at Alexandria about 4 p. in,
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot of Cameron Street.
Telephone No. S0. _iel4 lvf
A Raliabla Remedy
CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
is quickl/ absorbed.
Cives Reliet al Once.
It i l-'an-cs, tootbe^
h-ata and protects.
the dii naea nieiu
Ing from Catarrh and flrirw
WO vnColdinthelleartmiiekly. I!
Uie 8 taam oi Tasta aud BmelL .
50 eta. al Drnggiate or by mail. Li<iuid
i for usein Bto_U*_ere?S eta.
1 . ,M V. .!!?? '.: g ? 't.y ?v.-'iork.
When you feel SSS73:
nervous, lireil, worried or despondent. it
isasuro sign you need MOTT'K Nl-.K
VINK PILI>. Tb?y retiew the normal
vigor and mako life worth living. Hc
X^r Mct.t's Nervine
Talll- 1'ricc 9'..W by druggists. \\ il
JrlllS li.-mis Mfg (->. ?'rops. .Cleve?
land. O. For sale. wbolesale and retail.
|,v lv S. I.cadbeatcr A BotUk
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 isgoodilnd.pure, and
in which there is abso?
lutely NO
WASTE
Eatablished 1792
?_M? and *%* our now CariaUn Toilet
? 99*. T-eyaraprattrand tfb?mv
PUBLIHBKI. PAII.Y AND TKI-WKKKI.Y AT
GAZETTK BUILDIVO, 310 and 312
PRINCE BTREET.
[Entered atthe Postofl.ee of Alexandria,
Virginia. aa Beeoad-elaaa matter.]
Tkrms: Dally- ? .V(':ir- ?*?<*. ,; ?10-tnB'
12.50; 3 months, |L5_: 1 month,43 eenta
1 week, 10 cents. _,
Tri-weokly-1 year, $3.00:0 months
$1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, -o
f._n traet advertisers will not bo allowed
to exceed their spaee unless the exeess
is paid for at tranaient rates, and under
no elreumstanaea will they be allowod
to advertise other than their leRiti
mato business in the spaee coutraeted
lleaolutions in memoriam, of tlianks.
tributeeofr-Bpeet. reaolutlona adopted
by aocletles or persons.unless of public
rn. will be printed In the papor
nts.
(liHIXi: OF NORTHERN IIAXK.
The most sensational hank suspen
ston ainco the panic of 1907 is that of
the Northern Bank of New York. with
nine braiiches iu Maiihattan and the
Bronx, which, as was stated in the G*
tetle, was closed yrsteniin. Tlie bank
is a consolidation of the old Northern
National Bflnk, the Hainilton Bank
and the Riverside Bank, all of which
were crippled in lt>07. The closing is
ihe resuil of the financial oper.itiona of
Joseph G. Robin, a 35-year-old wizard
of tinaiiee, who effected tlie <<>nsolida
tion three years ago. Bobio accordtBg
to tbe teetimooy ol aliem-N, has gone
crazy, and w.is taken on Mondav to B
aanitariuio.
The bank, with deposits in its niiu
branches of 16,912,6-2 ttl the time of
its last published statement. was closed
by O. II. Cheney, state superintendeiit
,.f bauks. "for 'li" bcnetit of deposi
tora," beoauee ol "oertain coodHlona"
ami "aUo oertain irregular traoaac
tions. -'' An inrentory <<f tbe benk'ii
assets and liabilitiea is u w under wky.
Joseph If. Robin, chairman ol ll
ecutive coiiiinittee of tbe banl. and a
shareholder and director in nianv <.tii i
corporations. is in a private MnitoriUUi
at Central Valk-y, N. Y , to whicfa he
was committed last Saturdav by Jaattce
Amend, of the State Supreme Court, al
tho requcst of his sister, Ofl a eerUflcatC
of two physicians. James H. Gifford,
of counsel for the bank and one of its
direetors, stated last night that the ex
amining physicians bad diagnosed the
case as acute paranoia, and that Robin
bad tried to kill himself in his apart
ments last Saturday nifht, but was re
strained by a nur
Following tho posting of the notic
hundrcds gathered about the bank in
125th street New Yoik.
At tbe fanUK h in Amaterdam avenue,
near lT.'ib street, there were also crowd.--.
The majority uf tbe depositors in this
,, were amall Horekeepera aml
tbose wbo kept boueebold aecounts.
The atorekeepera were tDoroae, many ol
them saying that they had all their
money tied up in the bank, and tbat
because of tbe lack of ready cash tbey
might be compelled to close tbeir
stores.
Similar conditions provailcd at the
hranch at 135th street aud Seventb ave?
nue. In this crowd were many women,
and when they heard of the closing of
the doors they wept.
The greatest excitenient atterding
the closing ?.f tlie bank occurred at the
Pott Morris branch, at 41_ east One
Hundred and Tbirty-eighth street, in
the Bronx. Just before 10 o'eloek
Joseph Wormser, of 235 Willis avenue,
who controls a string of butcher stores
in the annexed district, appeared at the
bank and began to pound on the door
to gain adinittauce. He was greatly
excited, and declared that be wanted* to
make a formal demand upon the
officers of thi: bank for his money.
Make vour wife, daughter, mo her
or sister happy.The RED CROSS SHOE
will bring the smilo. They giye the
comlort and tlie style. J. A. Marshall
A Bro., 422 King street.
NEGRO LOCKED IS A MAFE.
A large mob was bcsieging the Wes
ton, W. Va., raiiway station last night
to provent sheriffs from rcmoving
William Furby, coiored, to the prison
at Clarksburg. State troops are report?
ed on their way from Clarksburg by
special train to provent a lynching.
At Furby's trial, yesterday forenoon,
Flora Anelin, a farmer's daughter,
declared she was the victira of three
criminal attacks at his hands.
At 7:lo the mob burst open tlie
door of the express room, wbere ihe
sheriffs and their prisoner bad locked
themselvea in. All tbe window lights
were broken and the mob demanded
the ncgro's life. But the latter was
pushed into the concealed vault of tbe
express company for safe keeping,
where he had hardly a breatb of air.
An apeal to Governor Glasscock, at
Cbarleston, for state troops was follow?
ed itmnediately by an order for the
inobilization of the militia at Clarks
burg, Grafton and Farkcrsburg and
there dispateh her by special train.
Until the arrival of the militia it was
necessary to- eonliue tho negro to tbe
airless vault. Although tbat might
mean death to him from suffocation it
was considered a greater peril to re?
lease him while the mob's frenzy was
at sucb a height.
After the negro's trial yesterday
afternoon be was held for the grand
jury, without bail. to answer to the
charge of assault and attempt to mur?
der. Tbe Anglin girl took the stand
herself after all other witnesses and
spectators were exeluded from the
courtroom and told how Furby attacked
her while sbe was returning from the
dairy on her father's farm last Satur?
day night. While she struggled be
dragged hor 300 yards, and, followiug
tlie attacks, he was in the act of mur
denng ber by strangulation, when a
railroad flagman came runoing to her
rescue The negro ran to a borse tied
up aa-rby and z-?de ?ff, but the ani
FARMER'S WIFE
HAD HEAP TO DO
Mrs. Shepherd Was in Bad Shape
When She Could Not Stand on
Her Feet
rhirham N. C?"I am a farmer*s
wifc" writes Mrs. j. M. Shepherd, of
this city, "and have a ht-ap to do.
"Four months ago I could not stand
on my feel, to do anything much, but at
this time 1 do the most ot my work. I
took Cardui and it did me more good
than all the doctors.
"You don't know half how I thank ycu
for the Cardui Home Treatment. 1 wish
tliat all women who suft'er from womanlv
trouble would treatthemselvcsasl have.
ladies can easily treat themselves at
home, with Cardui, the woman s tonic.
It is easy to take, and so gen le in ils
actkffl, that it cannot do anything but
good.
Beinf composed exclusively ofvege
table irigredients, Oirdui cannot lay up
trouble in your system, as mmeral drugs
often do. Ils ingredienls. having r.o
h.rsh, mcdicinal effecls, and beine non:
poisonous and nerfccily harmless, Cardui
is absoluiely safe for young and old.
Ask your druggist. He will tell you to
try Cardui.
N. R-Wrlte to: LadifV Advisonr Dep}.. OiiM*.
Masa Medicine Co. Ctattan?*a^e^fcHr??ta
Instructiom.,and04-ivib ? book. H<me Treatmenl
lor Wonen, wuit ia plain wrapper. oarequett.
mal f.'ll, throwiof tbe rider. H?
ahoulder was diatdcated and be ???
easily captured..
KIITY YKAK.v EXPERi-OfCl 01
an OLD xiim:.
Mrs. Wloatow'i goothtng Byrop la the
preaeiiption ofone of the beat female
phvalelana and nunea in tbe i nlted
- and !>as been uaed for flfty j
wilh isever-failingsuceess by millions ol
.tberafor their oblldran. It rolievcs
the ehild from naln. eitraa dlarrboee,
griptngl-the bowela, and wind eolle.
By giving healih to the ohlld H reata tbe
motbor. Twent.v-five eents a bottle
UIMISTOKM IN I'AtM'. <<M \rv.
OM of tbe strongest windstonus ever
known in Paft eountya few nights ago
visited the eastern seetion of I.uray
diatrict, cansing heavy damage to
faruieis and hiiiibcrnicn livine along
and in tlie Woe Kidge.
A rcmiikable feature ia that while
le ?; ono was raging in that seetion no
other part of tlie county oxperiemed
anything like it?not even a breeze.
ent down before the storm u
though they were pipestcms and house,
were a'most blown from their founda
tion<. George W. I'rice, of that
tion, in relating his experience Mya:
"I have heen living along tlie Blue
Kidge all my life and never have I ex
perienced sueh a night of borror. A
portiofl of my house was blown from
its foiindation. The storm twooped
aeroM tbe motrntain from hfitdteofl
countv, and long before it reacbed my
bome 1 beard ha roer potuiogdoem tbe
mountain like ? frcieht train. Tbe
Cl-lfa ol falling trees in the niountain
above my bOflM was appalling. and
air.id all this the conslornation that
sci/id my family when we beard tli<
foandation being blown from under a.
noVtion of my lious" prodtteed aa effeet
the like of whtefa 1 hope never to ex?
perience again. "
Until Christmas Riverville, Pa., was
a viilage of 800 inhabitants. Today it
is a heap of ashes. with a few brick
chimneys standingout in ghostly relief.
A Christmas celehration caused tbe
fire whieh destroyed the place, whieh
was entirely without lire protection.
Nothing was saved except a few artieles
of clothing.
Wben a cold becomes settled in the
gystem, it will take several days' treat?
ment to cure it, and the best remedy
to use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quicker than any other,
and also leaves the aystem in a natura
and healtby condition. Sold by W. F.
Creighton and Richard Gibson._
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have vou ovcrworked your neiTOUfl
ayatem 'and caused trouble with your
kldneysand Madder. Have you pelni
in loins. Bide, back and bladdei '
youa flabbyappearaaoe oftbe noe and
under tbe eyes? A fre.|iieut deatre to
pass uriiio? If so, Williams' Kl
IMlls will cure you- -DrUCgtetS, price .<0<-.
WIU?maaTf'g Co., Propi., Clevcland.
ii For sale. wholesale and retail, by h.
s. Leadbeater- Sona. _
50c
For the 75c
and $1.00
Ornaments*
A Few Handsome
Salad Dishes
At $1.25,
M
i
601 KING STREET.
GOME and aee our new atock of BAR
PDfS, fine^t^l^ti^we^Tgibad
Extra Special Values in Quality
Foodstuffs for the Last Week of 1910.
_^^. We wish to extend our sincerc
umfmW^m^ ihanks for the big^est Christmas
<0W* V_J___^ business in the history of the A & P
^KdMUP^ stores, and invite your attention
^^^^ to these extraordinary savings in
the choices* of foodstuffs for the last week of 1910.
.
Extra Special
Pure Lard, lb. . . . 12 1-2 c
Extra Special
Peanut Butter, lb. . .15c
Japan Rice, lb.5c
Cleaned Currants, 3 pkgs . . 25c
Norway Mackerel, 8-lb. kit . 99c
Grandmother's Oats, 3 pkgs . 25c
The Superlative Excellence of A ?? P
Coffees
b unireraally recogniaed l.y all wbo know what good
Coffee is, and we recommetid to our patrons bere
these two incomparable nualitie..:
Senate Coffee, 25c lb.
Congressional Coffee, 35c lb.
I_ayer Figs, lb. WO
Florida Orange.-. do/.. 26c and 30c
Pruoea (90 to lb.). . 7c
A & P Extract of Beef.20c jar
Buckwheat and Syrup.
I'ure .Majile Syrup, bol.15c and 86o
riain Bo-kwheat, 10-lb b_g..'15c
A k P 8*M-IUieiiu| Buckwheat, pkg...10c
Pure Maple, in gal. cans.$1.50
A A I' I'ure _ ".loc and _Uc
l/ouisiana Cuie Ssrup, can...10c, 15c, _0c, 85c, 8fa
llornby's (H-O) liuckwhcat, pkg.17c
Hecker's Buokwbeat, pkg..10c and 15o
QoM Leal Bleod Maple Syrup, bot.10c and _5c
i; I 11 Mnlaaaea. cau.10c and 15c
Extra Special
Brookfield Eggs, doz. . .
Good Eggs, doz. . .
33c
29c
Extra Special
A &* P Fancy Patent Flour,
l-8sack
76c
Extra Special This W . - Very Best Elgin Butter, pound, , . . 35c
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 525 King St.
XmasSpecialties
M.\l, _G v 'il: \ Pl -
1 I.<?!: 11 >.\. 0BANOE8.
HolbeierlelD't Krull (_kc. !-?? j|>
Pound <ake. 1*0*1)
Leave Your Orders Now
i uidiea of all rarietiea.
Choeolaie Drops l
Olobe Mixture . ?
Vietory Mixture . J_Jb.
Golden Tray Mixture ? '
Beal Broken MlxUire a II
Compound Lard, 10c Ib.
Bosar. . "h- li>
\\ e have Poultry ofall -tada
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner Queen aad I'.ovai clreets.
?Phone. BftlLMM.. Ilnm* <*TW.
Wm. H. Peck
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
OROCKRIEB, PROV-L-IONB, WOOD,
ni \|. LIME, CEMENT, TERRA
COTTA SEWER PIPE, XAII.S.
QLA8S, PAINTS AND OTL
A taaxa quaatlty of new and second
hand lumberand aeoond-bandlbriekjbr
sale elicaii.
Ivory Wall Plaster
luaatlty of new aa
er and teOOBd-handfbriek J
WM. H. PECK.
Cll \KI.M|Tl..s\ II.I.I. ANI. RAP
HAN RAILROAD COMPAN.
Alexandria. Va.. Dec 5,1910.
To tbe holdera of tbeCharlottesville
and Rapldan Kai l road Bonda: "be toll-W
Ing bonds dmwn for redemption l.y lot,
in aceordaaee ? ?'?'? tbe terms ol the
niortcace.will be ?*''' at tbe offlee oi
tbe Pbfladelphla Truii i-Nafe Deposit and
Insunnce Company, Philadelphla, Pa.,
withaocruedtntereirt- on .1AM All. i.
1911. Interest oa aaid boBdi will o,-.i-o
on Jaaowry i. 191i.
Nn- _ iv _M,_.'.-..'...'.. 103,118,130, 158,
100, 181. I9C .17, 233?fl.OOO each, 115,000.
So*. 1>5.290. 282.284, 287, 2W, 311
357 3U6.423, 131. 135.487, 198.505, :^. 664,
SC1.579, "?'. 647, 709, 71'. 724 |CflO eaeh.
112,500.
\.,- 7." ..:.
Ki>\\ . I.. DAINOEBFIELD,
.11 I.IAN T.BUKKE,
8AFE DEPOSIT ANB TRUST CO
Baltimore, Md.,
. td Tn:
H. WATTLES
Manufacturer of
FERTILIZERS
OKK1CB AM> >ToRKs: 115-117 8. KOVAI, ST.
Dealer in Hardware. Paint*. Agricul
tural ItnplemcnM. Vehicl_.Harr.e??.
Field and Garden Secdi.
WAK, i; iu i-.mon vnumsr, on
ntaaa railway.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw
andallkindsof Mill Feod
Will always keep in stock the highes
grado of theiie articles.
FAMILY WASH
Rough Dry?7c Ib.
All pieces washed,starched
and dried, ready for iron
ing. All towels, bed and
table linens ironed and fold
ed ready for use.
Both Telephone-.
Our Wagon Will Call.
Banner |Steam Laundry.
:?i!i Oronoeo Street.
AgoncyOoa Kin^Ntre. t BMb-rBhop.
XKCU TOR'S NOTICE. -llarvinguiial*.
Ifled as "xecutor or the
M UtOARET IIKKM llper
aom* _-??_ claims against Ibe BBW
Mtatearr hereby notified to present the
sametome duly verified Tor settlement
and all i.ersons todebted to saidesUte
are hereby notified to make prompl
ment of tbeir ic!
JOHN D. N ?? Executor.
declS 10t
CLEARANCE SALE OF
HOLIDAY
GOODS
This week you will find rare
bargains in holiday goods of all de
scriptions scattered here and there
throughout the store. Come, for
these prices were never so low on
like goods.
Rosenfeld's
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.
John Ahern & Co.,
Corner Prinee and (Jommoroe Streei'
WHOLESALE bf RETAIL GROCERc
and dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country produee reeeived daily. Oui
stoek of Plain and Faney Oroceries em
brace.s cvervtliing lo be had in this line.
tye hold largely in L'nited States l>ond
ed wmrebouae and carry in stoek various
hrands of th
PURE RYE'AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in storo superiorgrades
of Foreign and Amer
WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. bfc
Batisiactlou Quarauteedas to Price and
Quali;
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
X. K. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets
WHOLESALE GROCERS
General CommissionjfMerchsnts
and dealers in
ALL KINDS OF lilQUORS.
Htvc on hand Gibson's XX, XXX,
XX XX nnd Pure Old Kve, Old Cabinet]
iand Monogram Whiskies; also P-aker's!
i and Thompson's r*ire Rye Whiskies, to
?'. they invitc the attention of the
trole
Orders from the country for nierenap
Idiae shall reeeire promptattention.
[gnmeata of Flour, Grain ana
! Country Produee solleited, for "hich
io?t market pricea
jand p'romp retm
ISnaliBiTft
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and proiits_$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 absolutc safety and satisfaction.
OFFIC.-RS
Judge C. E. Nieol, Presidenrv.
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.
STATEMENT OF THE
First National Bank
of Alexandria, Virginia
SEPTEMBER t, ?*?I0.
G. L. BOOTHE. President
M. B. HARLOW. Vice-President
OFFICERS
GEOJEJWARFIELDJCash te
J. J.GREEN.Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER.'JR.
M B. HARLOW
GEO.lE.'jWARFIE! ft
JAS. F. MUIR
WALTER ,*ROBEP
FRANCIS L. SMITH
RESOURCES
Loaus and Iiivestme-nta. ?Ml").l.?"'."'!
C. S. Bonds. I-VlOOO.OO
BaaklBg House. 7.t._91.t>l
Due from Bank* and Re
lerreAgenta. 158,120.22
Quta. :>2M42.o.,
:, Per Cent. Fund. 5,000.00
$1,320,170.61
LIABILITIES
Capital.9l99fi '?
Surplus and Profita. IST.7
Cireulation. loo.om.no
Deposits. WI,
Other Liabilities. WfH
|l,:f_i,r m;i
This bank with its ample capital and surplus its adequate equipment
und -ufllitfee, solieits the accouuts of manufacturcrs, wholesalers, retai!er?
and individuals on the best terms consistent with sound banking.
No aecount too large to be bandled satisfactorily; none too small to be
appreoiated.
of Alexandria, Virginia
C A PITAL, $ 100,0007~ SURPLUS, $ 12 5,000
OFFICERS:
Edward L. Daingerfield, President.
Carroll Pierce, Vice President.
Richard M. Green, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Edward L. Daingerfield
J. Clinton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts
Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce
M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert
EUBBOl ftCBB.
I.oans. 9149S
c. s Boada t" aeeure
cireulation.
Bonda to seeure 0 v
Depoatt.?.
Other Bonds and
Stocks.
BankhU House and
Heai Eatete.
Cash.91JmXm
Due from '
Banks and ltc
4ftats.LMJ20.78
-116,483.07
91,119,607.46
100,000.00
1,000.00
.?,-.371.06
LIABILITIKS.
Capital. ?100,000?
Surplus. lOO.OOO.'fc)
Cn.livide.l Profits ... 27
Cireulation. I OfiO9.09
l)e,,0sits. 791,-32.61
C.8. Deposit. 1,000.00
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"VICTORIA FABRIC'
Writing Paper
60 Sheets Paper.
50 Envelopes.
Special For the Holidays.
29c Box.
TAYLOR'S PHARMACY
a 616 Kinjf Street.
Hot Chocolate. Liggett's Chocolate*.
AMerryXmas
No Xmas Dinner
Without
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Fruit, Pound and Jelly
Cake and all other
delicacies.
H. BLOCH'S, 615 King St
BOTH PHONES

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