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•th and Pa. Avenue N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The Bt. Jamen is conviunlly located near
the shopping and theatrical sections of
the city. Caters to tourists. The din
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who for more than a long time hsve
enjoyed its unsurpassed cusine and ex
BELL TELEPHONE VOLUNTEERS
Over ten per cent, of ihe male employees of the Com
pany are now engaged in military service. . A la-ge [>or
tion of the 6,000 Bell System Volunteers arc telephone
engineers and technically trained men. They leave gaps
in the Bell ranks nyl ca-ily tilled. One of our great prol
lems, is lo readjust our organization, and at the same time
to take cure oi the tremendous increase in telephone traffic
with as little impairment to the service as possible.
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RINGS SILVER WARE CLOCKS
BRONZES PRAYER-BOOKS MEDALS.
ISEMMES MOTOR LINE
613 G St. N. W.
I Leonardtown and Intermediate Points to Washington
I TWO TRIPS DAILY AND SUNDAY.
I RonDd Trip Fare F T $4.00
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any dele* rtalsg#MfMMn.-
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various department*—Men’i end Bey’a Clothing, Hate.
Man’s. Women’s and Children’s Shoes, Military Goode,
Sporting Goods, Furnishing .Good*. Will pay good
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apply to manager,
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establisuEY) WAMIIKiiTON. D> L
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*‘A Lubricant of Merit”—for all cars.
Fellew th* Ford Idas In Lubrication and you will surely
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“After careful experiments and tests,
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and for use and sale at our branch
horses, as best adapted for Ford cars.
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The Leonardtown Imp. Co.
Sole Agents for St. Maty’s County
But for the Ford-Bit for You.
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HAVE YOU EVEH THOUGHT
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We have a full line of
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LEONARPTOWN, MP., THURSDAY, JAISTUARY 31, 1918.
This Is Our Winter
SERVING food la a lo
cal probcm for each
I community. -Price*
' iud definite rule* for
•very ofie cannot be
© formulated. It
!■ a duty for
•* 0118 ®
' oe'f •"
much a it
oaaltby and strong Tbl* win.
of 1918 la the period when la to
be tea ted here In America wheth
er oar people ere capable of vol
ontary individual oacrlflco to
•eve the world. That la the pur
peat of the organization of the
Catted State# Food Administra
tion-—by voluntary effort to pro
vide the food that the world
0. a FOOD ADM 1 SITUATION
NEED BIG HERDS
Europe's Meat Supply Must Corm
Waning Nation# Have Depleted Llv
•leek at Cnormeos Rate, f*n
Killing Dairy Cattle Far Feed.
American etecfc breeder# ere helm
••bed to VMiiearve ihrlr do. ks am)
bride |n order to inert Kur.-pi-a ire
meodoua -Vtu.cmla for meal* during
Ibe war and probably fur many year*
The Called Stales food admluis
traltoo reporia Ibal Amerl-an ■lock
aalarra bate shown a dlapnalllun to
(Poperale with the coverunieni In lu
craaelng the uailuu* supply of llvt
Germany today la probably betlri
Supplied with live stock than any oth
et European nation When the Her
men araale* toeile ihelr Ida advance
torn France and Own rvirvniml vir
tually oil the cattle la the Invaded
•armory approximately I.StH.tXW
head were driven behind the Herman
Hut ia England where 2 -nio.OUO
aerva. 9f pevutra taoda have l*w Hint
ed Into grain fieida-<be cattle herd*
maximum price a. ale adopted by the
English as follows For ■optember
(17.74 per lUO pound*; Ocltd>er. (17.2 -
November and December, (IfIUS; Jan
lary. 111 4b The effect of thrw price!
woa to drive beef animate on the mar
kel as soon as pueellde
la Franca the nnail.er of cattle a*
well aa Ibe quelit. have shown an
: riurnow decline -luring the war
Where France had lASOff.OOO head at
I cattle In ISIS, h. now ha* only 12.
341,000, a decrease of 184 per cent
And Fraaee la ludny producing only
••he gallon of milk compared to iwu
and one half gallon# before the war
I ietimark and Holland b> •• been
forced to sacrifice dairy herds for heel
Itecuuae of the lack of ttn rewry feed
('loan study of the Fumpcan meal
t situation baa uouetnccl ihv Food Ad
uiUdscraUan ibal the folute protdew
of America Ilea largely In the prtnluc
lien of meat luvelncmg animal* and
dairy ywWrtl relhrr than lu ‘lie pro
dnctlon of evreala for export whet
Ibe war will bait ceased
v HELPS PAY FOR BREAD
there bae beau much mlsaadar
•lauding about the bread program li
England. It Is true that Ibe KnglieU
men buys a loaf of bread fur ie*a than
au Atnerican con. hat It Is poorer
bread, and the Urltlab government U
paying t9oo.ouu.uun a year toward tbi
cost of 1C
All the grain grown in Greet Brit
tin I* taken over by the government
at an arbitrary price and ibe Imported
wheat purchased on tbe market* si
the prevailing market price This If
turned over to tbe mill* by the goven
ment at a price that allow* the *du
(•rated war bread loaf of four pound'
to sell at IS cents, the two pound loa!
at 0 cents and the one pound loaf si 6
In Franca, under condition* •ome
what similar, hut with a larger ex
traction, the four pound loaf sell* fot
Ik the meat lens menu there la a fer
tile field for developing new and nour
tvhlng dishea, according to B. 11. Nile*,
writing in tbe Hotel Oaxettc. who be
I loves that the present shortage of
meat and f*t will not end with the
coming of peace, but may grow more
acute and continue for live or elx
year*, thus making It worth while to
develop menu* of grain, vegetable*
and fish on a more or lee* permanent
basis. Meat can be replaced by cereal*
and other protein food*, or may ba
served In very email portion* a a fla
voring for other food. In making up
meatleea menu* thl* author finds sur
American Creole and southern cuisine
a broad field for Investigation.
■> Surest Independence.
There le no Independence that cun
be sure but a dependence upon one’s
Cleaning Tea Kettle. .
To make ten kettles wenr twice os
tong gather a handful of pebbles (size
of a walnut), wash nicely and put in
tea kettle. The rolling around of peb
ble* keeps the crust that forms loose,
■and It easily shaker, our from tlrao ta
SENT TO FRANCE
Amoricdn Price Rigidly Regulated
by United States Food
CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c.
Sugar Cost IS Cents a Pound During
Civil Wr—Refln*r*' Profit*
4L-ar 1* selling today throughout
at from Hi M t cents a
poun- < consumer, even though
here ta ’d shortage which baa
educed thi* utlou s sugar allotment
to 70 par cent, of normal.
Through tbe effort* of the Catted
dates food administration the sugar
market hoe been regulated as far as
Ibe producer, refiner and wholesaler
a concerned. Tbe food administration
tins no power to regulate retail prices
rxcept by public opinion. Rvea though
more than 8.1,000 ton* of sugar have
eu shipped t* France In tbe ta
lour months tbe retail grocer's sugar
price la around > to BVk cents. He
yhou'.d sell thl* sugar it Hi to I
-t-nr*. the food administration believes,
tod asks tbe American housewife-tn
jay no more than this amount.
Last August when the food sdmln
iriratlou was organised tbe price of
yiicar row suddenly to 11 cent* a
pound. I luring the Civil War augar
cost the consumer 31 cents • pound,
fly regulation of the sugar market sad
reducing the price to Hi and W cents
md keening It from advancing to 20
cuts tbe food administration has sav
ed ibe American public at least 1180,-
100.000 In four months, according to
I si airmen! made by Herbert Hoover
(he oilier day
Ti la our stern duty to feed the ai
de*. lo maintain their health sod
orengtb at any coat lo ouraelve*,’’
Hr Hoover declared “There he* not
1 i ecu cor will be as we see It, enough
•ugar far even their present meagre
and depressing ration unless they send
•hip* to remote markets for It If we
in our greed sod gluttony force them
! ft* her to further reduce their ration
jr to tend (ben* ships we will bar#
I done damage to our ahllltlee to win
I this war
“If we seed the ship* ta Jsv*
fer 240,000 too* of awgerweat year
1 we will isve oeeeeetteled the em
ployment #f eleven extra snipe for
one yeer. These sh‘P*—*f used In
'MI 000 to 200.000 men to France."
I . I,' ■ v
Reason fer Werid fihertage.
As Mr Hoover pointed out. the
(’tilted Rtates. Canada and England
i were sugar Importing countries before
ihe war, while France and Italy wer*
very nearly self supporting. The main
Sources of Ibe world'# sugar supply
, was Germany and neighboring powers,
Ibe Weal Indies and ihe Kail Indie*
He nil a n sugar la no longer available.
*a It la used entirely in Oermany,
which also absorbs sugar of surround
England can no longer buy 1,400,000
tong lona of sugar eacb year from
Herman) The French auger produc
tion be* dropped from 760.000 ta 210,*
too tons The Italian production ha*
fallen from 210,000 lona to 76,000 tons
Thu* three countries wer* thrown
npoo Esst end West Indian source*
for 1.92.1,006 lont annually to maintain
their normal consumption.
Because of tbe world's eblpplng
ebortag* the billed nations started
drawing on the West Indie* for eager ;
Bast Indian sugar took three those
the number of ship*, since tbe dis
tance was three limes a* great Sud
denly the west wgg called on io fur
pith and did furnish 1,420.000 ton* of
•ugar to Europe when 800.000 ton* n
year the pre-war demand, Tbe
•lllev hid drawn from Java 400,OX)
ton* before Ihe shipping •(tuition be
, “In spite of these •hlpmeiita,” Mr.
, Hoover elated the other day, "the
i Engttah government lo August reduced
i the household sugar ration lo a bl
of 24 pound* per annum per capita.
And In Reptember tbe French govern
meat reduced their household ration
. to 18 9-10 pound* a year, or a bit over
, 1 pound of sugar a month Even this
i meagre ration could not be filled by
the French government It wa* found
early In the fell. America wa# then
asked for 100,000 tone of mimr and
succeeded In sending 81,000 tons by
■ December I The French request was
granted because the American house
hold consumption w* then at least 66
pound* per iierson, and It win cousld
, ered the duty of maintaining the
French morale made our course dear."
Today the sugar situation may
be summarised by stating that If
America will reduce It* *ur con
sumption 10 ta IB per cent thlo
notion will bo able ta send 200,000
mero soldiers ta Franc*,
tiagar today sells at seaboard re
, fineries at (7.26 a hundred pounds.
Tbs wholesale grocer has agreed to
I limit hi* profit to 26 cent* a hundred
i plus freight, ami the retail grocer I*
i -(opposed to take no more than 00 oonta
i it hundred pounds profit. This regtt
> (niton was made by the food adrainlc
• (ration, which now usks the housewife
I to' reduce sugnr consumption us much
• as possible, using other sweeteners,
9 and also reminds her that she shopld
■ pay no more than 0 cents u pound for
r Central- of Cane Refiners' Profit*.
9 '‘lmmediately upon the establish
ment of the food administration, ’’ Mr.
It Generally Does
9 Speech was given to man to dlsgnhw
• Ms thoupht.--Tallyrand.
Height ef Claude
Thunderstorm cloud* an very vart
s able In height—from 800 to 2,000 feet
u The clouds la thunderstorms may ht
a very deep—from two to fir# miles and
>• more—hence tbe appearance as to din
s, tanee I* very deceptive. Otmmlw
o clouds ace lotewm-illolo, and geaeraUj
Boovr Mid, “sa examination wan
made of tbe costa and profits of refln J
lug and it waa finally determined that,
tbe spread between tbe cost of ram
and tbe sale of refined cane sngarj
should be limited to |1.90 per hundred
pounds. Tbe pre-war differential bad.
averaged about K cents and Increased;
coats were found to have been Impos-J
ad by the war In increased coat of ro-i
fining, losses, coat of bags, tabor, taeun
isnce, interest and other things, rathe*
more than cover tbe difference. After
prolonged negotiation* tbe refiners
were placed under agreement estab
lishing these Units on October 1, and
anything over this amount to ha agreed
extortionate under the law.
“In the course of theee tnvectlga
tione n wee found by eanrasa of the
Cuban producers that their sugar had,
during the first nine toon the of the
past year, sold tor an average of about
$4.34 per hundred f. o. b. Cuba, to
which duty sad freight added to the
refiners' cost amount to about |8 96
per hundred. The average sale price
of granulated bf various refineries, ac
cording to our investigation, ana about
ftfitpUr hundred, or a differentia) of
r 'ln reducing the differential to |I.M
there Was a saving to the public of 84
cent* per hundred. Had such a filf-i
ferentlal been In use frets the Ist oft
January. WIT. the public would have
saved in the first nine mouth* of the
year about $24,§000n0 "
With a view to more efficient organ
Isallou of the trade le Imparted sugar*
next year two committee* have bean
formed by the food administration:
1. A committee comprising repre
sentatives of all of the element* at
American cane refining group#. The
principal 4sty at this committee is to
divide the sugar imports pro raw to
tbstr various capacities sad see that
absolute Justice te done la every rw
S. A committee comprising three rep
resentative* at the English, Freaeb
and Italian governments; two repre
seetattvaa of the Americas refloats,
with a member of the food administra
tion. Only two of the committee have
arrived from Europe, but they repre
sent the titled government*. The do
ur* of this committee ere to determine
the most economical sources from e
transport point of view of all lha al
llaa e arrange transport aj uniform
rale*, te distribute tbe foreign sugar
between tbe United States and alNea,
subject te the approval of the Ameri
cas. English, Wrench end Italian gov
This committee, while bolding strong
view* as to the price to bo paid for
Unban sugar, baa not had the final
voice. This voice has rested in She
governments concerned, together with
the Cuban government, sad 1 wish te
state emphatically that *ll ef the geo
<nen have endeavored With the utmoffi
patience end skill to secure a lower
price, and their persistence hat ro
' lured Cuban demand* by 18 **(> per
' hmi <ired. The price agreed upon le
about $4 00 per hundred pomade, f. o. b.
:'uba. or equal to about M duty paid
“This prlee ehould eventuate,"
Mr. He ever said, “te sheet fiT.M
pee hundred for refined sugar frem
the refiners at aaahaard paints ar
should place eugar In tha hands ef
the eenaumer at from •/ ta •
, tents per pound, depending upon
teeality and oattditlent ef trade, or
at from t te > cento below the
prices ef August Met and from cna
, half tea cent per pound cheaper
i "There la now an aUiulantlun of
l n-m-ulsliou ettorttontte profits, and
i n the refiulbg alone the American
>opie will- save-over ga6.060.0i)0 of
[ h* refilling charges last year. A part
I • >f these savings goes to tbe Cuban.
Hawaiian, forte KU-nn and Louslanlbn
i producer and part to the consumer.
"Appeals te prejudtea against the
• food administration have been mad#
'tecauae the Cuban price la 84 cents
f i hove that of 101 Tlt Is said In effect
> ilull the Cubans are at our mercy;
■ that we could get sugar a coot lower.
> We made exhaustive study of the coat
of producing sugar In Cuba last year
ihrough uur own agon is in Cuba, and
we find It average* $3 89, whlla many
producers are at a hlghsr level. We
I found that an average profit of at
• Irost a rent per pound we* necessary
In order to maintain and stimulate
• production or that a minimum pries of
i $4 ST waa ueceaMry. and even this
r would stifle turn* producers
' "The prica ultimately agreed wa* 28
i rents above these figures, or about one-
I fifth of a rent per pound to (he Atneri-
can consumer, and more than this
I amount ha* been Mved by our reduc
r lion In refiner*' profit*. If he wish to
• stifle production In Culm we could
take that course Just at tha (line of all
' tiroes In our history when we want
production for ourstdva* and the al
• ties, further than that, the state de
partment will assure- you that such a
court* would produce disturbances In
Cuba and destroy even our present
supplies, but beyond ail these material
reasons la on* of human Justice. This
great country hat no right by the
might of Its position to strangle Cabs.
- “Therefore there is no Imposition
i. upon tbe American public. Charges
) have been made before this commlt
-1 tee that Mr. Rolpb endeavored to beo
■ eflt the California refinery of which b\
■ was manager by this 84 tent Inert as*
.- in Cuban price. Mr. Ilolph did not flx
'<■ tbe price. It does raise the price to
the Hawaiian farmer about that
a amount. It does not raise tha profit of
i, the California refinery, because their
1 charge for refining is, like ell other re
f Oners, limited to SI.BO per hundred
pound*, plus the freight differential on
the established custom of the trod*,
i- “Ur. Rolph has not one penny of In
'• teraat in that refinery.”
• Elephant** Gait*.
The ulephant can neither trot, canter
nor gallop; it’s only pace Is a walk,
capable of being baatsaed to ■ fust
*. Combination Is Coed.
I* "Wo must,” says Huger r.absnn,
1* “have the courage to put merit before
■m, . . ■■ *4 . -4 , , . . aL. A 44,0
BILL SKA UR L*TKM H*AL K
B.NVKLoeKR Buemesß cab H
INVITATIONS PHOURAHt Wk
roBTERS ; LEGAL BLAN EH Ti
Wanted for Harder,
On September 4, IfitT, ERNEST
JOHNSON, colored, killed Captain
Elmer C. Messick near Jones’
Wharf, St. Mary’* County, Md.
Johnson is described ae being
about 80 years old; height about 6
ft., 4 inches, brown skin. He was
last seen in Baltimore City Septem
ler fi. He is said to claim Norfolk,
Va., as bis home.
1250.00 will be paid for hi* arrest
By order of tbe County Commis
sioners for St. Mary’s County.
JOS. I. GOUGH, Clerk.
6th ST. ana PENNA. AVE. N. W
WASHINGTON, D- 0.
ifi-- ”tT‘ 1 "
THIS HOTEL is in tbr i
heart of the business section
of Washington; the most
ideal place in the city to
stop. Ton will meet hero
all of your Southern Mary
St. Mary’s County Head*
9th St. and Pettna., Are. N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
RURHMB, DiUVIRE 4 VMWNIA RL CO.
Patuxent River Line.
Sebedule in effect April 4lh, IBIS.
Leave Baltimore, I’ler 4, Light
Street, Tuesday 2p. ra., weather and
tide permitting, stopping at following
Fair Haven, Plum Point. Dare’s,
Governor’s Hun, Millstone, Solomon’s
Island, Sooncer *, 81. Cuthbert f *, St.
UonnxAf*. Boiler*. SotterJWK Oush*-
ner’s, Parker’s, Forrest’*, Duke’s,
Trent Hall, Holland Point, Beaediet,
Returning, stoacoer will >*v<s Lower
Marlboro/vVedneaday, 9:30 a. m.,
weather and tide permitting, stopping
at points as follows:
Msgruder’s Ferry, Holland Cliffs
Deep Landing, Trueman’* Point,
Lteteh’s, Holland Point, 11:48 p. m.,
Benedict, 12 noon, TrenlHall, Duke’s,
Forrest’s, I*arker’. Casbuer’s, Sot
terley, 2:30 p. m., Sollers, St. Leon
ard’s, St. Culhbert’s, Speaoer’s. Solo
mon's Island, 8:30 p. m., Millstone, 6
p. m., Cove Point, Governor’s Hun, 8
p. m., Dare's, 8:26, Plum Point, 9 p.
ra., Fair Haven, 10 p. m., arrive Bal
lmers next morning.
Leave Baltimore, Pier 4 Light Street,
weather and tide permitting, Thurs
day, 2 p. m.
Pair Haven, Plum Point, Dare’s,
Governor’s Run, Cove Point, Mill
stone, Solomon’s Island, Spencer’s,
Solterley, Cashner’s, Parker’s, For
rest’s, Duke’*, Trent Hall, St. Cuth
bert’s, tHolland Point.
Heturntog sw-araerwill leave Holland
Point, weather and tide permitting,
Friday, 4:30 a. m., stopping at all the
Benedict. Trent Hall, Duke’s, For
rest's, Parker's, Cashner's, Solterley,
St Leonard’s. Boilers, St. Cuthbert’s,
Sx-acor’s, Solomon’s Island, 0:30a. m.
Histone, K a. m.. Governor’* Run,
11:48 a. m.. Dare’s, Plum Point, 12:45
p m., Fair Haven, 2p. m., Baltimore,
Leave Baltimore, Pier 4, Light St.,
weather and tide permitting, Saturday
1 p. m., for the following points:
Fair Haven, Plum Point, Dare’s,
Governor’s Run, Cove Point, Mill
stone, Solomon's Island, Spencer’s
St Cuthbert's, St. Leonard's, Seller’s,
Solterley, Cashner’s, Parker’s, For
rest’s, Duke’s, Trent Hall, Holland
Point, Benedict, Lletch'*, Trueman’s
Point, Deep Landing, Holland Cliffs,
Magruder’s Ferry, Lower Marlbor
ough, White Landing, Ferry Landing,
Nottingham, Lyon’s Creek.
Returning, steamer will leave Lyon’*
Creek, T.OO a. m., weather and tide
permitting. Monday, stopping at the
above points : Nottingham, o a. m,.
Lower Marlboro’, 9.80 a. ra., Benedict.
12 noon, Solterley, 2.80 p. m., Soio
-1 mon'i UUnd, 6.80 p. m,. Millstone. 6.00
p. m., Governor a Run, 800 p. m.,
•Dure'*, 8-20 p. m.;-P|um Point, 9 00
p. m., Fair Haven, IfICW p. m., arriv
ing in Baltimore next morning,
•Dare’s wharf temporarily abandon
ed, account repairs.
This time-table show* the times at
which steamers may be expected to ar
rive at and depart from the several
wharves, but thoir arrival or departure
at the times stated it not guaranteed,
nor does the Company hold itself re
-1 sponsible tor any delay or any.conae
-1 quences arising therefrom.
T. MURDOCH, O. U.
R. H. BOULBBY,
Asst. O. F. & P. A.
' A. H- SETH,
Supt. Sir. Lines.
D. W. DOWNEY.
\ Agent. Baltimore.
! ■ 1 ■
1 Investments Wanted.
Representing investor* who
■ are especially interested in
the purchase of
river front farms, and act
ing for several Trust Com
panies, I am prepared to
r Loan on Improved Farm
5 Property in Southern Md.
50 or 60 CENT OF ITS VALUE
R. B. B. CHEW, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
i . 62F*m N. W„
UIA&HINQTON. D. C.
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