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THE "WASHINGTON TIMES: SUNDAY? STAJSTTBT 7i
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1917.
REVENUE PROBLEM
FDZ2LB TO SOLONS
Finance Committees of Both
Houses Wrestling With Pros
pects of Deficit.
COFFEE TARIFF PROPOSED
Leaders Fear It Will Raise
Storm Over Country If
Insisted Upon.
"While "Ways and Means Committee
members are wrestling; with the
revenue question at one end of the
Capitol, Senators on the Finance
Committee, especially Democrats, are
racking: their brains over it.
Stared In. the face by prospects of
an enormous deficit, the leaders are
wondering- how to meet it and not
atir up the wrath of the country.
Coffee Tariff Proposed.
The coffee tariff is one of the things
that is proposed. It seems sure to
make trouble If Insisted on. Strong:
opposition Is felt in the country
either to a tariff on tea or coffee, and
this feeling: Is reflected in Congress.
The Treasury Department has sub
mitted to the Finance Committee and
the Ways and Means Commltttee a
list of about 100 things on which
revenue can be raised, part of them
capable of being: subjected to tariff,
jfart of them capable of bearing: In
ternal revenue 'or additional Internal
revenue.
Decision Up to Committees.
"The department, it is said, has not
recommended the selection -of any
particular ones of these articles for
duties or Internal . revenue. It is
16ft to the Ways and Means Com
mittee and the Finance Committee to
make this decision.
.Coffee is in the list, and Senators on
tho. Tinance Committee are pondering:
vthether they dare 'risk a storm by
m-oposing: to put a tariff on it. Belief
at -the Capltol is strong: thatthe pro
posed coffee tariff will come to noth
ing. " NEWS' OF ROCKVILLE
Qermantown Grange Elects Offi
Z cers; Autolst Fined $50.
ROCKVTLLE, Md , Jan. 7. Oerman
tbwn Orange. No. 337, of this county,
has elected officers as follows: Mas
ter, Charles T. Johnson; overseer. Dr.
Jfcmes E. Deets; lecturer, Robert L.
tfolson; secretary, Robert I. Hlcker
m; treasurer, G. D. King:; steward,
7 C. 'Gartner; assistant steward,
James B. Neel; lady assistant steward,
3trs. A. C. Harg-ett: eatekeener. G, J.
TlDZzard; ceres, Mrs. Charles T. Jolin-
KOn; pomona, Mrs. James 11. Deets;
flora, Mrs. Robert L. Hickerson: chap
lkln, C. H. .Browning-. New Officers
iflll be Installed Monday evening:,
-Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. GUpln, of
Sandy Springs, tVS coiintj-, have an
nounced the .sagrenient of their
daughter,. Mis Elizabeth Gilpin, and
Clagctt Cf Dorsey, of Laytonsvllle.
-Mr. and Mrs. Washington B. Chi
Chester, of Olney, this county, a few
eicningrs agro celebrated the twenty
f jfth anniversary of their marriage.
.ngus Watson, of near Silves
Spring:, this county, was fined $50
by Justice of the Peace Sawyer. at
Sjlgo, last evening:, for violation' of
automobile laws. The arrest follow
eji an accident at Silver Spring: ja. few
days agro, when Miss Louise Tyler, of
that vicinity, was struck by a ma
chine operated by Watson.
r
Electric P.ercolators
set the best
there is out of
the coffee.
Electric Per
colators, hand
some nickeled
coffee ma-
chines.
T.t Trmuc
CwuBff
S7.00
Carroll Electric Co.
714 12th St. Main 7320
BLUE
W PRINTS '
And Vandykes
made quickly and at
low cost by our experts.
Prompt deliveries.
Architects. Engineers,
and Patent Attorneys
need to -Vecome ac
quainted with our pi ices
and work
fRED. A. SCHMIDT
719-21 13th St
rar G.
(Corridor Entrance).
n- vnrti Mrv
, ww j- h. w ivfl
Ice. Close J p. m. yi
37
KX LOANS
W HORNING
Relet. Va. (south end of Highway Bride),
rree automobiles from (tb and D U. aw.
AUTOMOBILES
'SroforcTcIes and Accessories.
ACCESSORIES.
National Electric Supply Co.,
1 ISSS-1230 S. Y. Are.
BANQUET FOR CUMMINS
Nashville to Honor Pardoned Con
vict Legislators to Attend.
NASHVILLE, Jan. 7. William J.
Cummins, who. after a hectlo financial
carter in Now York was recently par
doned from Sing Slnjr by Governor
Whitman, will be the guest of honor
at a banquet to be given by friends
tomorrow night to celebrate his re
turn to this city, where he got his
start In life.
Cummins was one of the most
popular men In Nashville years ago.
and his friends here -have always
stood by him and have refused to be
lieve the Justice of his conviction
and imprisonment in New Tork. Tho
banquet, consequently, will be an
elaborate and ceremonious affair.
Both houses of the Tennessee Legis
lature have been formally ln tted and
have accepted, the senate unanimous
ly and the house after a short debate,
in which one member Inquired If such
an action would not be considered
"flaunting something in the face of
New York."
FINDS WOMEN ARE
BETTER STUDENTS
G. W. U. Dean Also Gives
Scholarship Palm to Non
- Frat Men.
The women of the species Is far
more dangerous than the male when
It comes to winning unlv.erslty schol
astic honors.
Non-fraternity members are better
students than those belonging to fra
ternities. These are two deductions from
statistics compiled by Dean Howard
Lincoln Hodgklns, of tho College of
Engineering, Georgo AVashlngton Uni
versity. Dean Hodgklns' figures are
based on work of students In the de
partment of arts and sciences for the
school year 1015-10.
The general scholastic average jf
students was 80.4; that of the wo
men, SS.9, and that of the men, 84.
These were the averages In the three
undergraduate colleges. The general
average in the College of Engineer
ing was 81 0, and In the Teachers
College. 90.3.
"fhc Rvcrage of non-fratcrnlty mele
students was 84.5, and that of the
rraternity male students, 82.1. The
average of non-fraternity women stu
dents was 80.4, and that of the fra
ternity women students, 88.2.
INTREPID GERALDINE!
.Whistles Right Out Loud One of
Carmen Alr-as.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7. Geraldlrte
U lina TVn l tllAr1 f Tint TlPT TlfPPA
dent of grand operal She whistled
right out loud the prelude to one of
tkn nwlna n? ''nBrnOH'' Ifllt nlfTtlt-
CarUBO Appeared In the Metropolitan
production witn tarrar. oema oum
n til'-h tin anfl hundreds were un
able to gain admission.
MILITIA ON BORDER
GET PAY THIS WEEK
Hike From Camp Wilson to Leon
Springs Postponed at
Least a Week.
SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 7. With the
proposed hike to Leon Springs post;
paned at least a week and no strenu
ous drills In prospect before that
time, tho next event of Importance
on'v tile program of the Washington
militiamen at Camp Wilson is pay
day. early this week. '
The announcement that pay day
Tas not more than three days oft
was issued from headquarters of the
Third District Infantry yesterday
afternoon.
It 'was decided yesterday to post
pone the hike to the Leon Springs
after First Lieut. John Brletling
Coulter, inspector Instructorof the
regiment, made recommendations to
that effecL He will spend this week
assisting the commissioned and non
commissioned officers of the brigade
lo straighten out their cleical Tvork.
"" Ejrst Lieut William. J. Bacon, of
the Third, was granted a flfteen-day
leave of absence yesterday, and tie
will return to Washington for a visit.
Chaplain Arthur IL Smith, of the
Third, was granted leave January S
rto 22 on account of Illness, and be
will visit his mother In North Carolina.
EXPRESS HIT8 ENGINE.
CHICAGO, Jan. 7. One fireman was
killed, two englqeeTs and another
fireman injured and scores of pas
sengers badly shaken up and bruised
when a northbound Illinois Central
suburban express and a swlch engine
collided a few blocks from Twelfth
street station last night.
The express was crowded with the
heavy Saturday night traffic
BOUND IN COAL BIN
- v .
Glri Carried to Cellar and" Gagged
by Robber.
vkw ynnK. Jan. 7 Found tonight
bound and gagged In a coal bjn, Vlth
gas Jets In the basement ot ner now
imA nn. Kmmt Grles. sixteen, told
the police she had been attacked by
a youthful robber In the hallway.
She said he grabbed hr as she
tered, carried her to the cellar.
caceed her with her stole, ana isen
beat her. . .
She vru Insensible when found.
Twelve dollars was relsslna from ber
purse.
, SHOOTS SELF IN HOSPITAL.
nmnrvrrnlN'- C. Jan. 7 T. H.
Thompson, under treatment at a ,nl-
tarhim hers since December ... imoi
and killed himself In his room last'
nIKht- . . ., Hr
Mr. Thompson's nome -
Wyck, S. C. He was said to be a man
of considerable prominence ana a
member of a large mercantile' firm.
M OLD DUTCH MARKET m
syANN'v w - sal e ifip
OUR GREAT ANNUAL FOOD SALE
BEGINS MONDAY MORNING AND LASTS ALL WEEK
The Old Dutch System Has Revolutionized Marketing- in Washington
.1 ' 1 . 1 . i J T 11 f 1 1 ". 1 ! "N
We operate the city's . cleanest and most sanitary
markets. ,
We sell only high-grade merchandise.
We are quantity buyers of all foods.
We sell for cash we do not deliver.
This plan and policy makes it profitable for us to sell the
best qualities at relatively low prices through the clean
est and finesifof markets.
WE RESPECTFULLY INVITE THOSE NOT FAMILIAR WITH OUR MARKETS, METHODS AND VALUES
930 La. Ave. N. W.
8th & E Sts. S. E.
7th & B Sts. N. E.
OUfc MARKETS ARE COJIVENIENTLY LOCATED IN THE DISTRICT.
7th & H Sts. N. E. 739 No. Cap. St. 7th & Que Sts. N. W. 14th & Perry place N W. 18th & You Sts. Nl W.
11th & H Sts N. E. 726 7th St. N. W. 7th & Fla. Ave. N. W. 14th & Kenyon Sts. N. W. 1714 14th St. N. W.
1632 No. Cap. St 712 K St N. W. 3420 Ga. Ave. N. W. 14th & You Sts. N. W. 1440 P St N. W.
2030 P St N. W.
31st & M Sts. N. W.
3420 M St N. W.
4 HOUR SPECIALS!
. MONDAY ?
8 A. M. to 12 Noon, Only
Red Ripe Tomatoes 1 f
LARGE CAN 1 J
Below present wholesale cost. None sold to dealers. Limit,
12 cans to a customer.
.Green String Beans C
CAN JL
None sold to dealers. Limit, 1 2 cans to a customer.
Marigold Oleo
1 -LB. PRINT
23c
Elegant butter substitute.' Good for all culinary purposes.
REMEMBER Thebove three items can only be bought
at these special prices from 8 a. m. to 1 2 noon Monday.
PORK SHOULDERS
Cut From
Corn-Fed Pigs 1 F C
(Lb.
SMOKED,
FRESH,
CORNED
SMALL PORK
LOINS. (Whole
or Half)
LEAN PORK
CHOPS
( Your
) Choice
Lb...
15
18
SELECTED EGGS!
Our Millbrook Brand
One Dozen in Carton . . .
38c
Fresh Creamery Butter
Dellfield Brand. One pound
print . .) . a m'tl2 tIlTI5.!
40c
Pure Open-Kettle
Rendered Lard, lb.
18c
CARLOADS OF QUALITY...
CANNED VEGETABLES
AND FRUITS
LIJVIA BEANS
Can ....lie
WKDOZ. ...$1.Z5
ArT fcO AC
LllMA RfdUS uut'"
, irabion Bram S
IWRT'P
SI
PSmTuKT
Can 10c
Doz. ..$1.20
Case (2
doz.) . . $2.35
-PEAS
Can 8c
Dozen 95c
Case (2 .
doz.) $1.85
Can 10c
Rf Dozen ...$1.15
Case (2
doz.) $2.25
Can' 12c
Dozen ...'.$1.40
Case (2
doz.) $2.75
3 Can 15c
WHN , , M
uui i.'ia
Case (2
doz.) $3.45
ASPARAGUS
Large can... . .18c
Dozen $2.10
Case (2
Frr?
ISlf doz.) $4.15
Square can 19c
Doz $2.25
Case (2
Joz.) $4.45
Vt I'tH
Sweet Tender
CORN
Can 9c
Dozen $1.05
Case (2
doz) $2.05
iCan 14c
Qozen $1.65
(Case (2
doz.) $3.25
Can 10c
I Dozen . . $1.15.
Case (2
doz.) ..$2.25
SPINACH
Large can lie
Dozen.. $1.30
Case (2
doz.) . . .52.55
PINEAPPLE
No. 2 Can
IJiccdiash
siA ,lflftB1
VmJ23
14c
'Umm Can
'VsM Doz $1'65
ss& doz.) $3.25
California
PEACHES
--- uaii. yaii auw
n Doz. ..$1.75
uuz..; . ,j.txj
Large
can . . 13c
'7 Doz.$1.50
, Case (2
doz) $2.95
vUHPPPV
M CAUMRMIA t
fM, CROWIRt W
Wi
ciS!wl 'VS.--'
FINE'CANE
-GRANULATED
-Sugar
POUND
7c
i
CHALLENGE MILK,
Can 14
EVAPORATED MILK, An
brands we stdck
Large can 10
Small can Si
WAGNER'S CATSUP,
3 bottles 25
FLOUR
Pride of Columbia
6-Lb. Bag . 28c
12-Lb. Bag 55c
24-Lb. Bag $1.08
MEATY PRUNES
"V
Small Size
Medium Size
Large Size
-ib. 8c , x lb, 10c i ib. 14c
GOLDEN CROWN
SYRUP, Can
POTTED MEAT,
3 Cans
HERRING ROE, .
Can
CURTICEmOS.
JAMS, Bet
10c
.10c
.14c
17c
Evaporated Peaches
..9c
12c
17c
CHOICE UNPEELEa
FANCY UNPEELED,
Lb
FANCY PEELED, .
Lb
TONS OF RICE!
Broken Head ' Fancy Japan Style
6 ibs. 25c 4 ibs. 25c 3 ns. 25c
Fancy Head
Argo Brand Salmon,
1-lb. tall can
ml Domestic Oil Sardines,
I V can
Chum Salmon,
1-lb. tall can.
10c
4c
Sun-Ray Brand Im
ported Sardines, -j-'
yX can .-. . I IC
California Lemons, 0
medium size, doz 0
Extra Fancy 1QC
Tangerines, doz 10
Cape Cod Cranberries, qt.
10c
IMPORTED
WhiteGrapes
lb-15c21bs-25c
APPLES
Extra Fancy York Imperials,
pk40cipkllc
Small
Size,
Doz. .
Florida Oranges i .
4 ft Extra Large f f '
15cDonz!y.Fru:t:.z8c
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