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EVENING PUBLIC LEDC4ER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1919
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73,449 Announced as Dead in
Summary Given Out by
PENNSYLVANIA LIST GROWS
Washington. April r.O A casualty
I detachment, also from the name dtifs;
('ompany 12, Mahanoy City antl Knnr;
r-l irn rirr diti ' l'lintlnplon and Franklin; O, Car-
rLlto UVtK Ll I Yl i,,,p nnd ,:rip; " I'ottvlllc and UiclK-
wny: 1, HnrrltbuiK and Wnrirn: K,
- York and Klttnnnlnj:; I.. Itrdford nnd
Distinguished Foreigner Pas- "utlcr: M, !.rlston and (?rmo Oity;
a lie Mipply detachment, niriliral clcliu'li-
senger in Mail Airplane From incnt. Third Battalion; nitoRcthrr,
i i hi i i Mxtj-ix officers nnd 'JOJS men; Hip
Capital to New York 0mh Machine nun Hatmiinn. with
our nfiicers nnd fiftj enlisted iiipii n
detachment of the iriflth Infantry, six
officers: lUStli Machine !im Itattnliou,
nine officers: Casual Compaii) 11370,
villi onp officer and fifty-ono men ; Cas
ual Detachment J!0. OrduatiPP Convoj.
ono officer and two tnrn : twenty-five
i-flMial officers, four civilians, three
A .la pun esc visitor of high degree flew
over Philadelphia and its environs to
day in an airplane.
The venturesome flier is 1'kilrru
Ozaki, son of a fornipr Japanese minis
ter of justice, who has come to the
Culled States to study air navigation.
mime ririrnii.r flirlit win iii ! " "ves of soldiers and civilian", am
,roll released by the AVar Dppnrtmrnt (.oure ;f an jr Hdp from vahinston Lieutenant Clayton .1. Morse, trans
today contains a summary showing that to New York in one of the government If"-1 Personal adjutant, A. (i. I).
Welcome Was Heady
With the expectation thai the T'oca
hontas would icaili the Breakwater dur
total army losses to date arc 270.373.
Of this number 7!?. 110 arc listed as
Wl. from all cause. Two hundred
Leaving the capital at II :1- o'clock
the machine, with I.. (!. Smith us
pilot, nrrived at the llustletou landing
tons. They are Krnncls and tieorge
Clrich. Mrs. t'lrich had a box of inndy
for eaih of them. She had born Hipip
Crank MnltPo. an Ilnllan. 717 South
liandolph slippl. looked forward eag
rrly lo seeing his son, Private .lames
Matteo, Cnmpan I. Il-th Infantry,
who brings witli him wounds and scars
of battle and honors as well.
The patents of Corporal .lohn
O'Ponnell. HISS Noith Sklj -mind
street, had cniidy and other good things
for him on his nriivnl. His swcctheait.
Miss Anna l.oesche, was among those
who waited to make his homecoming
a happy one.
posed of Philadelptitans. was detached
on September a, nnd assigned to work
with the Irench, under the command
ot Captain Henry Crofoot. former
drillmaster of the Philadelphia Police
Department. Later he was assigned to
one of the drafted divisions, they said
but the ompany. consisting oF nlmt
.uenlliei. ccrcinr o. i "7"'"' ,.' Seventy men. went inlo Cermauv with
nines 12. I.ennou. piesident of Select , , Tll,n Army ,, when last reporti
'ouncil. and Dr. 1-2 It. (Jleason. pies tVere ,r(.civrfl wore still in Coblenr
TROOPS FROM SHORE
H. Sehullze. Company M. 112th In
fantry, who was both wounded and
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I ne Mnhiey eniiicu mm- " "" -.
the welcome home committee anu in.'
ofliclals. The party included .1. .lardcu
(luenthei. secretnrj of tlie commntcc
Council, nnd Dr. 1-2 II. i.leason. turs Were lecelveri wore still in Coblenr.
Idem of Common Council. Councilmnn ,
Isani- D. Ilrtzctl. chnirninn of the sus- n-,r JCI jitr, ziDrrfm'
temince and telief committee: Council- n.s luui.ijj CrUIiW O
.., winu... 11 I'intov. William Mmm-. ri
llivil ti iiiinni in i ',' , ----
James Willnrd. Joshua 12ans and C.
P. O'Connor: Ktntl (tiienther. Charles
PROVIDE FOR PARADERS
Sleeping Quarters Found Here for
Iron Division Men
The committee appointed by Adjutant
ilenernl Hoary lo arrange cpiartcrs for
the Twenty-eighth DUision on the oc
casion of the parade In ttiis city has
obtained the bnrrncks al League Island,
the armories of the l'lr't. Second -and
Third Krgimgits, Nntional Guard of
Pennsylvania, and the armory of ht
State Kenciblcs. The Commercial Mu
seum building, with n floor space of
75.000 square feet, will also he avaIN
able if it is required. Admiral Hughes,
enmmandaut nt the Philadelphia Navy
Yard, will provide rations for the offi
cers and men nt the navy yard and
the city of Philadelphia will arrange
for the troops nt the armotics.
FlAiSCEES JOIN Kli
juid thirty-seven names make up the j station nt 1 :1... On the way northward in '""t '"K"' arrangements hud been
dn's list, thirty-one of whom are re
The summarv complete -i gucn below
Killed iu action
Died from wounds
Died of disrase
Died from accident and
Missing in action
It. Hall. Director AVebster of ". " ' SllIVflrrf DrCSSC(l ill UolhlaY
partment of Wharves. Docks and Ier- , I J """""J
ries. former Director Hnsskarl. "Miior -llirp, Jor WplcOltlC lo Fiahtcrs
C. W. 1'isher. of Huntingdon. Ph.. and b
a delesntlnn of five men. and Mayor
TO GREET MERCURY Jacob I Wingert. of Clmmbersburg. A wave of jubilation swept fioui the
I who was accompanied by A. M. Die- Hog Island shipynrd ns the transports
. ,'trnk. ' Mercmy nnd Pncohontas. laden with
rolicnboats Carry Parties nf . . ispreral thousand fighting Ynnks of the
nn r ! fi- I '.Twenty-eighth Division, passed there
600 to DoKii-Kiver Welcome MILITARY POLICE ,tiii afternoon.
ftf cioTH IT nV' ''',p "I''!- dressed in holidaj nltire
MX iiuniireci lenitives iiiici menu in yy i uj if ,ix iii
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me .inpunesc Msuor nan opporiuiiui in i .i.h.m- . ... n ,,. ...,.. .ui . . . lil..i,lnii rotuininrr on
view ne troopsmps neariig me ,eiurn m, is , .,.,,-. ., . - lnlllspor, yfrvur. Pf, the Arch jr. ., , ... nl .... ,. .
ins Twenty-eighth Division forces up tives unci friends of the boys down tho' rtH ' n( , oVo;.k 0) boal(1 lp l Llltt Auditing UcmoblllZallOIll
ine lieiaw are river. " " """' "", '"""'. " ' mT ' . T ' ', steamship Springtield to meet the in- , it,nr i ;,.; . Krnnulnml
The pause nt llustletou was onl, long today. News of the later arrival hot. !,, tm 7lonll IO P,TPr ani, ,.,. . ' 'frita Oil KroOlllatUl
enough to replenish the fuel siipplj . the boats nl the Arch street wharf until . . ...
Pilot Smith and his guest then resumed niter ,N:..l) o clock tins morning. . .. , , ,, The militnrr police of the Twentv-
Mr. Ouki exnrcsscd his cratification . ceived tickets worn Inkpn aboard ihoi
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opr thp flight during thp few minutes police boats Stokely and Ashbridge. with
j lie was on I'liilnuelpliia soil.
from stem to stern, weie alive with
fighting mon from this citj and all parts
of the state.
Waving aims, mingling with caps nnd
flags and accompanied by lusty yells,
told hotter than words how glmi the
boj.s in khaki were to he Hearing the
The greeting fioni Hog Island to the
homo estcrday from over- '
STREET SWEEPER ABLAZE
...- ,., . .i- . it ii.i-.; -t .t... .., i. i i ... i i osp ip tini tip snr npi p 11 pii i c
incir aerial ojnge io nip iiiPiroions. upiunves ni inc siiiuhm- w no iiiki ic - ",,";" ,.' p!1,H, m, :,; i. ,.ir,i . i
..,i,.n,l i,.Lolt ,.oro CnLon !lhn!ll-i I in poiicirocilll .-IOhlPV inim I.UCC viru " ' ' -
!..iin i,i. s!.vi,. n.,.i Avhhpdlcri. ,viil. wluirf, can j ing city officials and sup-I DiT where they will bp demobilized.
the police band. The Springtield. of the nli", of f"7' nml -""oking inntciials 'Phe unit got
Wilson Imp. also contained welcoming. '' "" iiini. S0.1S 0) 1)l() tronnort Kroonland
Parties. . ' His roiurii lioine will he the bet i T mili(nri. .,. ,,, ,,.,,:,, '
These boats pit ked up the incoming twenty-third birthday pieseut to I'n- .
troopships between Chester and Marcus , ate (ieorge S. Clark. Divisional Head- , r.c""'- "" embraces prm- Machines Cause. Excite
.. .',. .... : i,. I r- .ii i i, ci pally men who were formerly in the contractor s macnines lyause Excite
,,., ' --" hook, i necrs, greeungs iiimi ju. in"-" iiiuiiiii? . uiiiiiin.i , nniMinuh ' -, - , . . . .-:. .. j i .
Rrand Totals ":' -"'-, i frnm ,i.- ,vni!-p i,.,,..! hoiiril pxnrpsspcl inothpr. .Mrs. Mary Clark. 1207 Pair-I Police depaitments of various Penn- ment at Fifty-fourth and Vine Sts.
rnNMXVM , i nntinnrii tram Tiu Oiw the cross-w ater liHiidilnsp of the home ' mount u nine, w ho wpnt on flip Spring- sylvnniii c Ities bpfore the war. Among i A contractor's street sweeping mil-
Woundnl. HeTfe Vndrtfrmlnul I .,.,.. i0,1Ii1r ti, folks field to inept him. Priate Clark was the men wore Sergeant fieorge Y. Nick, chines, blaze nt r ifty-fouilh nnd Vine!
inrmeri.i u motorc.vcle policeman nl
..SEnoKANTS-Wimam o lkmn vc ,.,.,..,,,.,.,. ';,. I All alone the rler iouIp that (lie wounded at Chateau-Thierry
.,'iiii.m it ri..!,. ..ui.i.n ii.iniHii m Jit.i.i.ii ui' i in ii.ii. n..'.1
fri.ii..,iiii"-.L.- . ..... .ahb.' ..
MEOUANIC Rnjmond I.fis
up full speed nt once. Hundreds of
streets this afternoon, grue firemen u
! hasty hunt when tlipy answered n box
rop'rtTvATC-Ka!.lmipr jlros.niki HracKen- nclaare cdtizens weie out along the set off the arranged celebrations
brld Oin,.n in the iilmr. i nol mni-ninc? In si,' Wllislles trom 1 110 ner iniiusirics.
r.., cn.. ic r.nv.i- N.nnuehnn-I thp 1'pnnsylvniiia lads tlipir first i he
n. nusffll Krup siallnjlnii John Tib- J frnm 1u i,om), f0k. Caintlj their an
Hog Island and League Island the So
workers nssomblpcl on tho shipwujs to Hoadiiunrtors Conipnnj.
She was no
luno.kv. Lemoni I urnncp micimp u . , , , . .,nrr tl,'gio their greeting. V.ptv whistle III I , niniiniu ing liis mother. Mis HobPr
boats movpd toward thp liver channel
' BUQLKR -George F
nVVAGOKRS-John W ElnslrdM. 7JS i:ast Left CraiK-e April in
Hilton tutet PhllsdslphlH. William Hnr- The longest lap of the journer seemed
Mnnv. riutlpr .. . . rt . . .',,'.
p?iVAJu??,-Att".n-i':.c . r'rnrd Pe J ,01" "?os wt" lor wnom transpor ,,,,, ,.,,, As vm s 1(ly (o(.U(1
T?.rc,n,kl 'sh-nRndoh. Th-odore It Par ker ""'"- ' spoeuoci ino.r vessels n.ioau ,hf, nIoa(,; b . ,, raillK to ,nKn 0,,,s ,ho Sp. ingfield weie Mrs
S.,WU5fnh.h."KnlcU,L ' "::MtfT: , "- --" " ;"' " f"'- '-'. L.i-. ot Vorwoo,.. P.,.. to moe,
Plod or IHse.se Mire April 10 and was due in Ph'ila ,l"m a' ll"' ,,wks- '"', I"-l"ticI. Private P.aier. lO.'ld Mo
1-onPon.M.Si Harry C N'J'on. l20.Tef-',,!,; l)rnorrow. The Morcurv left1 bile Ordnance Uepnir I nit : Mrs. Hob
dertfn" Yiuuer h"al1o,h'i, Uc,or P an-,,ho same port a dat later and was duo TROOPS' ATiYSIAW '"', U' Mnr,,n- ,!7- ,,r,,", n,Cn""' '"
aeriin, miner nEUXWARK ' on May .", I IXUKJrd lllOMhn IUPr, ,rl. lu,vl,ai. Private Maitin.
Wounded bUshUj .rul"r.' -i. k..,.i., ..ni i WAIT U1TII ?,"' 'ompany C. 112th Infnntrj : William
BATTAI.tON HBBGEANT .MAJOIl ll- " i is-aimiimn u.w.,..i .. . -in ,, ,,i tl If II Ull liu , f. ..l.lfi
1mA llljrC Wllminirton .li.u I'rttt,. n!iiliiin. nnfl Clirnn iiiinv ni '' ' .lrsOIl. !..-
I"' "w IS -
n h.uitu trwiL- Ihnm prp A:ltchprS IO !';,. ....nne nr ... Lnl.lii.i.u nnin in Ihp Cn.li.nl tn l.n 'i....il. n...l Id......... ..
..-, ....... .I-.,.. ...... , iiiii.-,- in in., .mill' i- ...i in- iii II li. III!" Il'llll 1IUI1 llllllllll lll i . . ... .... . ..
"I Springfield's pa.tj. Oiip whs Miss Mi ',lw',, ,,,, .,,, wnom ,-, ,,,. nlarm from ntty-tu I, nn,i I.iicp sl.-pptsl
At niPl.olahaugh. who is ongagp.1.0 marry ,p, . ,,, .. Ni,u J anrt fo.nd no Arc nl thn Inoin ,
cantCPorgPS. DPU.tt. Ums,ona, y n( JJS T,lnniI,M,n Mroct ,, - -"- '?'","" ,"".": I
nradlp.r at J24S nniis si i pel. Thp irvolvinR brooms on I lie nuirhitip
'Hinun iomi Inlil 1,... . , ...ililnmt .s . . . - . ......'
0T facloiv alontr tho river was clown, DoWiti. of n.iniille. Pa. Another was ,i. ":'::" "'"""" ;." ' """'"', JL". ''"' nestioyecl. I'oiice attributed the
as soon as the shins begun passing the Miss Pi icln C.imnbcdl. betrothed to i.s.ijnc in ,.i I, c.n,iin ',. .blaze to inisciievious Po,s.
city industrial bell. Sergeant Major It. Victor Moel . ot Chateau Thierry nnd who had been
No narnde of the men nhiMiil was 1'ast l.ansdoHiie His innther. Mrs. packing nt the advancing Twenty-
1 ...t.. .iii ail rrl til In f til ii
iiniin.nn Aincnit. n en wnn io inrri nun. ' niii.uii.1,
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THE value of a motor car
depends upon its ability
to serve properly.
proves its value through its
usefulness. It has plenty of
power for all needs. It is of
proper weight, which insures
low maintenance expense. It
is economical in the use of
Chevrolet "Four-Ninety1' Touring Car J7A5:
Roadster J715, F. O, B. Flint, tichlgan.
CHEVROLET MOTOR CO.
.".34-336 NORTH BROAD ST.
Camden, N. .1 . Store. 430 Walnut ft
Company II of this oreuuuatinn. com-
Oak I ,n ne inpnup. Oak
i l t iui ' niiiniiiT " iii.i n n ii i.'i . - , , i
..Mi... Tl.n Afnr,.rv l,ns urnn.,. i.m l""lf'- " ,'f'f 1S- " orporal lta
:!200 passengers Major' fieneral Charles Sweethearts. Too. Oil 11(1 ml OS 'V'"1' ''"'T' '!iti,,,0n' I'fad.iuaiters
Muir. commander of tho Twenty -eighth t.f . . . Mrs. .1 . nstino. o a,in ,llo to inoo
rtiitps ear .uv
Happy Kin Depart
fn lwTtff SniHl PVfi I Division, with his staff and headnuar
-r ' s' -r w - , . . . ,,,( . . .,
icrs C1CIUC llllll'lllt illlll UlU I llllll IIUL-
talion of the 112th Infantry. The other ' . , , , . .
rontluned from rn.e One ' to battalions of the IPJlh were nbinad . N,' ' Hi"-nil persons waned , a
I..!.... c..... . i ..:..- ,u. i,..,i..., n .1.:. . t.i .,. tienlly lo greet the tidier n hoard the
under President Cleveland. also the 100th Machine ttuu I!at-
Meutenant Miearer made history in "" In til0 , r(m, on. , datives and
France when with his company they There are on the .Mercury tho divis- ..nl.,.thoarts of th.e returning Yanks. I
.swam the Vesle riicr to Kismet nnd ' ional headciuartors. Hoadcpiarters Troop -vprv freight car hold a crowd. Man
for five hours hold the town until re- I of llanville. and Headciuartors Detach- fctonj f,,r l,0urs atop the cn'-: other's
lief arrived. During the fighting nil I ment from the state at large. Com- KC,,, boxes and sat in the sun.
of the officers were killed and Shearer j panies A, from York and Corry : It, from ;jrK in the tightest of tight skirts
took command. Tamnnua and Meadville: C. from managed to scramble up the"iror hid-
Private AVilliam Culver, of the head- ! Chamborsburg and Bradford; D. from, (f,rs of t1(, fniRilt cars with little difh
' quarters company of the 112th. will be ! Harrisburg nnd Oil City, are on board. ,.tv- some wit iomphuentl e.itini
met by his father. Albert, and brother, j and the hcadcpiarters of the 103d Sup llm ,
Albert, Jr.. of Mnhnnoy fitj . Up has ply Train, from Philadelphia, and the i ,, ,.,, f.,P ,imllJ nmtbers who
been in France a ear and during the ' Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop, from na, arrived e.iri this lnnnnng. Thc
terrific din of battle nt the early part the state at large lm, f.,jiP( tn Kot tickets to iho wo
of the Argonno driie ho was blinded ' come boat and found il iinnnssible to
and became deaf for thjrt -six hours. , Lnits on localiontas gpl M (1)(1 pi,.r A) ,.an.jod lutlo
Four brothers. .lames. William J.. i)n hoard lhe 1'ocahontas weie the Aineinan flag
Matthew and fieorge Ford, will meet ll-,n Headquarters, from Harrisburg Among those tiatieiitlc waiting was
Sergeant Harry Ford: C. D. Griffiths, and Oil City, and the headquarters com- r. (icorgc I lrich. wlio came all the
father. Private Ivor Griffiths; Mr. anil ' pany from the same cities: the medical aj from Harrisburg io greet her two
Mrs. Robert McCullough. the parents.
Private Francis McCullough
I Kot a
her -on. Sergeant Major William M.
Vustine. dhision headquniters; Thomas
C Kellj and daughter. Miss Mnj KpIIj.
of I.laiiprch. Pa., to meet Private .lames
A. Kelly. 103d M. O. K. S. : Mrs. Minw
transports Pocahontas and Mercury at Thompson. 1.131 North Fift.v -fourth
Simlcr aPniiP wharf this afternoon. street, to meet .her son, liugler .lohn.
Vfe Sfgn f-ftc- ?S
are always fresh
We receive four
221 South Broad St.
pHK New Stir-
aril desserts nut and
fruit custards, nies. nurf.
clinK.s, franpes. sounlps and
all custard dishes.
A DitTcicntf dish for evorv
wish. O-JOY DESSERT lonk-s
like custard, but tastes like the
lood ot the Uods.
Mailn in a few minutes h dlffeient
w for eiery is u oks required.
1 ice r.uoni- C'hocilate. Almond l.emon
rfllitlH and nlHtn Snld bv all
urocrrs In sealed parKaEe 10(
HnouEh fni the who'o famllc
tterlpng in each packafie
IIOI.I.AMI HVSiK COMIMNV
I Makeia uf fani Vli'
I c u s II ol Ian. I J
Mini, Ileller y A
I nt on n on a F JX
Reckett. a brother. Corporal Thomas
Rcckett: William Manger, his son. Pri
ynto William, dr. : Isaac I.otwick. '
father. Private Raymond Lotwiek. and j
(Jeorge H. Stern, father. Sergeant
Charles F. Stern. These six men were '
chums in Mahanoy City, all with the i
exception of Stern being members of J
Company R. Stern was transferred
to the headquarters company. Ford was
wounded and C.riffiths and McCullough i
gassed nt Chateau -Thierry.
The boat carried a delegation from
York, composed of Mayor K. S. Hugcn
tuglcr, .1. K. Raker. Thomas Shipley.
the Rev. .1. M. Riley, pastor of the
First M. fi. Church, William fi. Rrown.
II. P. Anderson. C. H. Johnson, and
II. P. Sherwood, all ot whom were
meeting cither sons or brothers.
Others in the boat included Joseph
P. Oaffney, Mrc. Samuel Wcssuer, Miss
Katharine Schacffcr, C. M. Dennis, Mr, (
and Mrs. Morris Groves, Miles n. Kitta
and Captain and Mrs. J. L. Latch.
Keystone telephones carry
more than 60 of the busi
ness messages of Philadel
phia. If you don't have a Key
stone telephone your door is
closed and barred to this
great volume of business
Our unlimited business tele
phones cost only about one
cent an hour all the year
' around. Use them as often
as you like without extra
Telephone Main -Mr. nUUc
W 13C South Second Street j
o L L i
BVY YOUR GOAL NOW
We hiindl only the Try
SattrfscJ euatomra for 18 yeara.
S140 lbe. to every ton for 3 year
Our tiunlaeM hae Inereuea froa
MM tone to 150.003 tana a year.
W Serve You Right
few Coal ..., $10.30
9v Oil i S70.SS
Atlantic Gasoline is lively. You don't have to coax
an Atlantic-fed motor to take the spark. No, not
even when the car's been standing.
Just fill your tank with Atlantic Gasoline. Hold
out your clutch, throw on your ignition and press the
A few revolutions of the crank-shaft and F-r-r-r!
There, you are all set for a spin; carbureter breath
ing freely; motor purring softly.
Step on her! . . . Eyes front. Keep your foot near
the brake. Man, that's Atlantic whizzing you along
the asphalt like there wasn't .any road there a-tall.
And this goes for trucks, too. Powerful, volatile
Atlantic Gasoline will cut your hauling-costs to the
bone. That's why most trucks use Atlantic and
nothing else. You try it.
THE ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY
rconiot expect continu
ous service from your
truck if il is equipped
with tires that are nvly
and keep your Trucks
and men continually "on
Rex Tire 8c Rubber Co., Inc.
304-06 N. 15Mi Street
dimming s Coal
Its career began in 1868 at 13th & Callowhill
Sts. Our Main Office and Yard is at the same spot
Later it has spread out over Germantown. Cen
tral, South and West Philadelphia, with an efficient
handling plant in each section, x
The compelling reasons for this growth are
Good Coal, Square Tons, Fair Prices and Service
through thick and thin that won friends and then
Cash Prices, Chuted.
Pea $ 9.03 I Stove $10.55
Nut 10.65 I Egjf 10.30
Main Office, 13th and Callowhill. Phone Locust 4117
E. J. Cummings
13th & Callowhill Sts-VADHC Germt'n & Stcnlon Aves.
25th & Federal Sts.
1 51st & Warrington Ave.
How High Will
Meat Prices Go?
Swift & Company does not know
whether prices .will go higher or lower.
It depends upon country-wide and
world conditions that Swift & Company
cannot control and cannot foresee.
All the world needs meat, and only
a small part of the world is raising live
stock. So live stock' is dear now, and
meat prices must keep pace.
Competition will continue to keep
the Spread" low so that the price you
pay for meat will be as close as possible
to what must be paid for live stock. '
Our profit of only a fraction ;of a
cent a pouridis no greater when prices
are high than when they are low.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Seven Wholesale Distributing Markets
Centrat Office, 9th St. and Girard Ave. ' !
,FJM. HALL, District Manager , " '
G A S O LI N E
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