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LEGION PRESSES
UNIVERSAL DRAR
V. F. W. to Ask Congress to
Conscript Capital in
War Time.
By thf Associated Press.
Campaigns for the universal draft
and conscription of capital in war
time were shaping up today for the
next session of Congress.
The American Legion, an official
aaid today, will renew its 14-year fight
lor the universal draft plan providing
for non-profit war-time service by all
Classes.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars an
nounced support of a plan to con
script capital and industry ‘on the
same basis as aimed forces.”
The V. F. W. will push a program
designed to strengthen American neu
trality. to bring about Federal control
or regulation of the munitions indus
try and to require political candidates
to make public their ' position on for
eign entanglements.”
New War Feared.
Victor E. Devereaux, director ol the
V. F W Department of Americanism,
said today European nations "are ap
parently on the verge of a new war
. Inspired solely for greed for territory."
Declaring that while seeking ' profits
to be gained from coveted oil and
mineral resources.” these nations
“have already made deliberate efforts
to involve the United States in the
Intrigue of Europe.” Devereaux added:
"The destruction of life and prop
erty in the World War and subsequent
cconomir depression provide convinc
ing proof that those who are forced
to do the fighting are also called upon
to bear the burden of cost.”
Would Ignore Investments.
He said the organization would seek
to have Congress "repudiate any re
sponsibility on the part of the United i
States in the protection of American
Investments in foreign nations" or of
any citiz.cn "who deliberately travels
nboard a foreign ship that is open to
attack by an enemy.”
The V. F. W., he added, will seek
• constitutional amendment to give
the Nation a permanent neutral policy
of isolation "in controversies between
ether nations.”
WASHTUB DAYS ENDED
FOR WOMAN BY LEGACY
Modest Fortune Left Relief Client
Who Had Seen Aunt
Only Once.
Jv th# Associated Press.
ROCHESTER. N. Y„ November 4
(/Pi.—Half and possibly all of a $16.
774 fortune means the end of eight
years on home relief and ‘ taking in”
30 washings a week for Mrs. Eliza F.
Crowell. 50.
Mrs. Crowell yesterday made plans
to go to Florida with her husband.
Seneca, and open a tea room or deli
catessen when the estate of her 83
jrar-old aunt. Miss Anna H. Fiedler
©f Bridgeport. Conn., is settled.
Located at her washtub. where for
years she has supplemented the
monthly stipend received from State
relief, Mrs. Crowell was told of the
Inheritance due her from the estate
©f Miss Fiedler, whom she had seen
©nlv once and then at the age of 6
while in an orphanage.
New Airlines.
New air services are to be operated
between London, Amsterdam and Ber
lin.
Elopement
AUTHOR S SON' MARRIES
SECRETARY.
ROMER GREY.
Son of Zane Grey, the author, pic
tured with his bride, his former
secretary. Wilma Morris, after
their return to Hollywood from
their Phoenix, Ariz., elopement.
—A P. Photo, i
BLINDED YOUTH RESCUED
LEBANON. Oreg, November'4 </Pi.
—Totally blind and with his feet so
badly frozen they may have to be
amputated. Claud Hulz. 19. of Leb
anon. was found yesterday after
► spending two nights lost in the snow
on the side of Blain Mountain, near
here.
Already blind in one eye, Hultz
bumped the other against a limb. It
swelled shut and a physician said he
probably would lose it.
Because Hultz was unable to see
James Cronin, his hunting com
panion. left him to seek aid after they
became lost. The searching party
found Hultz about a mile from a
cabin.
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Plate Expert
Double
SuctioB
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Fit in Any Mouth
I Ciive Violet Rav Treatments
for Pyorrhea
Extraction
$J and $2
Al*o (ia* Ext. I
I
Plates $ 1 .50
Repaired 1 up
DR. FIELD
406 7th St. N.W
*
Plates
$15 to $35
Gold Crown*
$«* up
Filling*. $ I up
Met. 9256
DAVIES DOUBLE-ACTION)
FirNMadw.nwral* s
|ta, p«ri»4lc tf
pain tftn »Mth n-1
iractlan. kan-nar»
ratkl _
DRASTIC
REDUCTIONS
ON
Tuesday
and
Wednesday
Nov. 5 and 6
Everblooming
ROSEBUSHES
an. i i.raiu: l YKAR-ni.n nr.i.n-1
r.ROWV AUKRICAN I.KC.ION, deep
rose-pink: almost red.
talisman. maroon, orange and gold.
FINK RADIANTH. ullvcrv pink.
BF.TTY I I'RK H \RD, rich copp.ry
orange. «
AAAI. HORDES, yellow to orange-pink.
Pt CHESS OF W'FXMNGTON, deep
yellow.
K. A. VICTORIA, oreamy white.
MR*. HKNRY BOIVI.K*. deep j.ink ehnded
sa Imon.
PRES. HOOVER, red shaded to yellow.
REO RADIANCE, rosv-red.
CALEDONIA, snow white flowers
MARA' PICK FORD, ora nge-ytllow.
C OU AIBIA. deep pink.
fKANCIS SCOTT KKY. bright crimson.
GORfiF.OI'S, light >ellow with flush of cop
per ©rang*.
iOl T. DK fL PERYKT, bright unfading
yalJnw.
GRI'SS AY roRl’RG, brownish jrallow to
copparv pink.
I>! (HFM OF LrXFMtfOl RG, goldan yallow
to mral pink.
35c •*. 3 for $1^2
Imported
Dutch Bulbs
Tulips 60o do*.; $4.50
per 100.
Hyacinths $1.35 do*.;
$10.00 per 100.
Narcissus 91.00 do*.;
$7.00 per 100. *
PEOVIF.S. red.
pink and whit*.
55**arh; 5 far it.
Crepe Myrtle
r*d. pink and pnr
pi*. 65* *aeh.
EVERGREENS
Great Bargaine
FROM 49c UP
English
Boxwood
8-8". 10c each.
$0 per 100
8-10", 2«e each.
$18 per 100.
Lombardy Poplars, 12-14 ft., <
35c each; 3 for $1.00
Silver Maples. 10-12 ft., must
be seen to be appreciated;
balled and burlapped, $2.50
each.
Weeping: Willows.. 8-10 ft.
balled and burlapped, $2.25
each <
► Large Boston Ferns In 6-inch
pots, 98c.
Green Barberry, 10 in. bundle,
90c.
Red Barberry. 15c each; $1.60
dozen.
Calif. Privet, 25 for 75c
$2.25 per 100
Rich
Top
Soil
1AA IK*.
65c
TlfiORO. * lb*.. 45e: 10 lb*.. *5e;
25 lb« . *1.50; 50 lb*., *5.50; ]00
lb*., **.oo.
Sbrep Manure. *5 lba.. *0e; 50 lha.,
*1.50; 100 I he., *2.50.
Cattle Manure. 25 lba.. OOr: 5*
lba.. *1.50; 100 lb*., *5.50.
Imported peat, large 22-bn. bale,
*2.50.
Rone Meal. 25 lb*.. Mr; 50 lb«.,
*1.50; IPO lb*., *2.50.
American
Sedge
Peet
Mnrh bat tar
than Imported
prat. J
r. $i.75i
BALDERSON CO., Inc.
626 Indiana Avi. thru to 617 C St. N. W.
NAt. 9791-9792. FREE DELIVERIES
OPPORTUNITY
KNOCKS!
Campbell’s Assorted Soups
cSSL.3 — 25c
A big savings all week
on this nationally known
soup. Regularly priced
at 3 cans 25c.
:
FRESH BOSTON BUTTS
Serve with sauerkraut, cabbage or
vegetable greens.
Boston Butts are cut from the top part
of the shoulder AND HAS A VERY
SMALL BONE. They are tender, de
licious and, above all, economical, because
almost every ounce is edible meat.
HORMEL’S
Sliced
BACON
Zm 37c
BULK
SAUER
KRAUT
Per Pound
5c
Continuing Our Sale of
PORK
LOINS --lb. 25c
CENTER CHOPS ib. 31c
END CHOPS - - ib. 25c
Take our word
for it—here is
a delicious dish
Place a layer of kraut in your
baking dish, lay in several
Briggs country sausages, cover
with kraut, pour surplus juice
over the top and place in a mod
erate oven to bake. Allow suffi
cient time to thoroughly cook
sausages (about one hour), then
serve,
BRIGGS
SAUSAGE
Specially
Priced
You’ll like it either
fried or boiled
Here’s a smoked and rured
sausape meat that may he sliced
and cooked like ham. It fries in
its own juice and makes a de
licious breakfast when served
with eprgs.
BRIGGS
PEP PORK
All Meat ^ C
No Bone lb*
Briggs
SCRAPPLE ...lb 18c
Briggs Pork
PUDDING-1618c
Large Salted Mackerel - each 5c
Salt Mackerel Fillets - - ib. 17c
Salt Herring.d°z. 21c
Sliced Fresh Halibut - - ib. 29c
Fresh Trout.ib. 15c
Fresh Rockfish.ib. 15c
Fresh Fillet of Haddock - ib. 21c
Fresh Sliced Salmon - - - ib. 29c
UA Flavor Second
to None”
Every ounce is pork and it's
delicately seasoned to produce one
of the finest sausages you’ve ever
eaten.
SANITARY'S
100% PORK
SAUSAGE
Pound 35C
Libby s Pineapple Juice - - 4 Crn»45c
Swansdown Cake Flour - - - pkg. 29c
Clark's Tomato Juice - - - 3 cans 28c
Sanico Vanilla.b0«u 15c
Sanico Peanut Butter - - - - 19c
Waldorf Toilet Tissue - - - 4™h»17c
Scot Toilet Tissue - - - - 3 ««»22c
Scot Towels.3 ««» 25c
DOG
FOOD
SALE
Your dog's favorite at worth
while savings. Buy in dozen lots.
DOGGIE DINNER
«£. 49c c.r 95c
Case of 24 Cans_$1.85
STRONGHEART
3 C.n. 20c c°.n." 75c
RED HEART
6c.n.49c c°.”.n 95c
KEENO DOG FOOD
4 c.n. 19c Dc°.r 55c
■ — —— ■■■ •
While They Last
One bottle of Champion Dog and
Cat Shampoo FREE with a pur
chase of 12 large cans of
MARCO DOG FOOD
12 L“.r 85c
12 Small Cans_55c
Orange 8C Grapefruit
Sections ready to serve
You’re probably familiar with
Silver Slice Grapefruit and Silver
Nip Grapefruit Juice—the two
popular items packed by Florida
Fruit fanners, Inc. Citra Salad is
packed by the same firm, and is
proving to be extremely popular.
It* may be used in the fruit cup or
in salads. We recommend it highly,
and suggest that you try it during
this sale.
CITRA
SALAD
Specially Priced All This Week
2 No. 2 O RC
Can. Mm J
Five Soap Savings
IVORY-4 21c
P&G usuon.pry - 4 «kes 17c
IVORY £k. - - 'Z 21c
CHIPSO_'Z 20c
SELOX.2 Pk8S 25c
CONTINUING OUR SALE OF
SANICO FLOUR
And we unconditionally Guarantee
it to give perfect results or your money refunded
We’re mighty proud of Sanico Flour,
because it is strictly high grade and has
given lOOfr satisfaction to thousands.
12 lb.
Sack
TUESDAY
ONLY
SAN ICO
The After Dinner
COFFEE
Tue*. ^ C C
Only AU J
Selected Eggs - - 2 *<>z. 65c
First Prize Margarine - - -lb- 15c
Apple Cider - - 23c 39c .
Longhorn Cheese.ib. 19c
Michigan Pea Beans - - 3 ib*. 10c
Sealect Milk.3 can. 17c
Keystone Peaches - - 2 c!Ent29c
Keystone Pears."an110c
Why Arc They Called "Bean Hole” Beans?
They have been named after a Maine
logging camp custom of baking beans
in out-of-doors ground oven called the
“bean hole.” Here they were slowly
cooked in a bed of fragrant pine embers.
Van Camp’s has caught that baked
out-of-doors taste in “Bean Hole”
Beans. We are sure you will enjoy
them.
VAN CAMP’S BEAN HOLE BEANS - - 3 — 25c
FLORIDA
GRAPEFRUIT
Fresh—Juicy—T art
f«"s£“*..5C 2 15c
Locally Grown No. 1
YORK APPLES
Bushel
Basket
Bunch Beets or Turnips _ bunch 4c
Iceberg Lettuce_2 heads 19c
Bose Pears_4»*s. 25c
California
VALENCIA
ORANGES
Abundant In Juice
E. 15'
E.18'
Try This ‘Different Vegetable9 for Dinner Tonight
Down They Go!
Stringless
BEANS
Fine Tender Quality
3ib* 25c
This crisp, tender vegetable combines the qual
ities of both celery and cabbage. It has a delight
fully “different” piquant flavor that you'll like. It
makes tempting slaws and salads, or may be cooked ~
into many pleasant dishes.
CELERY CABBAGE
SI.1 Oc
These Prices Prevail in Washington and Vicinity Until Close of Business Wednesday, November 6, 1935

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