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large cities goes to the packers also. German governmentorced to leave
11. Salesman's profit, for selling .Bergium.
the meat from the packer to the re
12. Landlord's profit most retail
butcher shops pay rent.
13. Ffnally, the retailer's own
30-CENT PORTERHOUSE FOR
Here are the prices at which
housewives' co-operative societies
buying direct from farmers' co
operative packing companies can get I
cnoice cuts oi meat u tne co-operative-food-trust-bucking
succeeds in spreading over the coun
try. The prices are compared with the
average present day prices in the re
tail markets of American cities:
Porterhouse steak 15c lb.
Sirloin 14c lb.
Round steak 12c lb.
Veal chops 14c lb.
Veal steaks 13c lb.
Bacon 16c lb.
Ham 15c lb.
Best lard 11c lb.
These prices are taken from the
price lists of the Farmers' Co-operative
Packing company of La Crosse,
Wis. They are the prices at which
farmer members buy dressed meat.
London. Prompt passage expect
ed of 400,000,000 pound sterling
(about $2,000,000,000) credit which
Premier Asquith will ask parliament
to approve this afternoon. This will
bring total war credits thus far up to
$1,400,000,000 pounds sterling.
Pottsville, Pa. Forty-four men of
Troop C. state police, left for Wilkes
barre to quell strike riots.
Washington. Because of efforts in
behalf of Edith Cavell, British nurse
executed by Germans at Brussels,
Counsellor G. De Leval of American
16-1 8c lb.
$50,000 worth of gems consigned
to Lebolt & Co., 101 S. State, from
"Pa-ria ctnlon on chin -anilo rrnccin(r
legation at Brussels on demand of the I the Atlantic.
Jersey-City, N. J. No kids, no bar
is the slogan of Mayor Fagan, who
recommended that apartment hotel
that bars children be refused license
lor liquid refreshments.
South Bethlehem, Pa. Fire de
stroyed No. 4 machine shop of Beth
lehem Steel Co. Heavy loss. Man
Cambridge, Mass. Brains don't
always go with beauty, and science
can nrove i- Dr. W E. Fernel told
Jtadcliffe college girls.
William Duncan can be summed up
in a few words: Fine actor, splendid
athlete, good sportsman. He is a
Scotchman, having first seen the
light at Lochee, near Dundee. His
father and ancestors were quarry
owners in the Trosachs. When Dun
can, Sr., migrated to New York and
became a contractor, Duncan, Jr.,
was 10 years old. He became a pro
fessional boxer, then a vaudeville
players and finally a film artist