Newspaper Page Text
THE WASHINGTON TIMES; MONDAY,' .TONE 24T, 1918.
GOOD SAMARITAN GETS HIS. PHILADELPHIA, Jane 24. When Luglgl Salvlno attempted to act the Samaritan In a stiletto duel between Mcola De Augustino, In whose home he boards, and Carmine Zapa, a neigh bor, he was stabbed twenty-six times by De Augustino, who turned on him In a sudden frenzy at his Interference. ADVERTISEMENT MAINE SHOEMAKER Tired All Time. Did Not "Want to Work, How He Regained Strength. Sanford, Maine "I Buffered so much from a run-down, nervous con dition and stomach trouble that I never felt like -working and had tried almost everything without relief. The first bottle of Vinol however helped me and it has built me up so I feel better noiv than I have for a long time." Chester D. Haines. There is no secret about Vinol. It owes its success to beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptonates, and glycerophosphates, the oldest and most famous body building and stiength creating tonics. O'Donnell's Drug Stores and drug gists everywhere. FIRST U.S. ACE, HURT IN FIGHT, RECOVERS SAJf JOSE, Cat, June 24. That Lieut. Douglas Campbell, recently confined In a hospital from Injuries suffered when he became the first American "ace." Is again In service, according to the belief of his father. Dr. W. IV. Campbell, director of Lick Observatory. Dr. Campbell yes terday received a letter from his son in which the young flyer said he had been dismissed from the hospital fully recovered. This Is taken to mean that he has returned to the front. FOOD DEMONSTRATIONS. A number of free demonstrations of preserving, cannlnfl, the making of war breads, and fruit drying by the most approved methods will be given by experts of the Department of Ag riculture this week. Two demonstra tions are on today. The first Is at the Georgetown Diet Kitchen, Thlrty fift hand N streets northwest, on can ning beans and peas, at 2 p. m.; the second at Satterlee House In Click's alley, at 8 o'clock tonight, on war breads. Come to Dr. White WITH YOUR TEETH TROUBLES And be relieved of your decayed and aching teeth. By my modern methods there Is no pain to fear, and at my reasonable prices no one should fear the expense. My work Is guaranteed for service and satisfaction as long as you live. SETS OF" TEETH THAT FIT A for very goml act for Fillings That Stay In. Gold, Alloy, Enamel, $1. Silver, 5 I I Amalgam, Cement, SOc A better act made of best materials.... ...... . S10 The bt et to be had anywhere at , S15l GOLD CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK Made of the Terr highest quality of cold, 23-karat. (J? Onr price I. per tooth... tPJ DR. WHITE, 407 7th ST. The Most Sanitary Dental Office In Washington. Opposite Woel worth'a 5c and lOe Store. Telephone Slain 10. Uonrat Daily. 8i30 A. M. to H:00 V. SI. Sundays! 10 A. JI. ( 1 P. M, Dr. J. K. Freiot, Prop. The Toonerville TrolICr That Mee t All the Trains By FONTAINE ?OX. g ( AND IN -v TN V A MINUTE HE'Ui . -tt" " IL-" jEA0 THA1 Mu,4E ff 3 " J "iff S THE TRACKS JUST Mf I V Mlfe IT WAS K yJ JP ) U. MTTJ.E BABY: , iPU a sx l&&ffl VAX n I 4 a9wSmkfr s Z0- Zsti.. W2rjmW2&nS r "Quite an interesting ': j yS SIGHT IS TO SEE THE SKlPPEK "S I j0 OF THE TROUUEY MESMERIZE A MUUE c" WHICH HAS BALKED RIGHT IN THE r MIDDUE OF THE CAR TRACKS. J L - 1 I r (OoPTrtgM. VOX, by the Wtwlg Bynaicata, ln. " GERMANS REBELAT k BILLETING SOLDIERS AMONG FAMILIES With Murad the dawn will be brighter. fJakers cfthtJSghest Grade Tnrtetft and EtfjpSoijCqaretles in thu Ufirjtf WJB&fKk JjjgPSK Arhtatuywifrf HLnB'CaAw LONDOK, June 24. The annoonced Intention of the German government to billet the Cerman soldiers In the homes of private families following demobilization at the end of the war has 'produced a shudder throughout German. Many protests have been made, and the Lokal Anzelser. of Berlin, has an nounced its opposition to the plan, and has asked the authorities to withdraw the announcements already put forth. The government has declared the billeting would last only until ar rangements could be completed for the Induction of the soldiers back Into civilian life, but the whole proj ect has been found extremely dis tasteful by all classes of Germans. A correspondent of the Lokal Anzelger writes: "I hope as a father and husband that your paper will agitate restless ly against this unheard-of scheme to thrust the demobilized soldiers Into our private homes. "What can our government be thinking of to devise such an intol erable Intrusion on German family life. I cannot Imagine the official re sponsible for the idea can be the husband of a young wife or the father of grovn-up daughters. The whole enterprise is too horrible to contemplate. "It Is something which threatens the very foundations of the German family, and It must not be allowed.' The Lokal Anzeiger declares it has received a number of communica tions of the same nature, and has annealed to the government to calm the public anxiety by withdrawing the menacing announcements. So far that has not been done. T HOUSANDS FROM OTHER CAMPS FILL AP AT MEAD CAMP MEADE, Md., June 24. Thousands of men are arriving from another camp to fill the gaps In the units of the Seventy-ninth division. On the eve of this filling up there haa been some enlisting In the units here. Within the next few days there will probably be no more men ad mitted to the division by anticipation of their calls. Men who come by the thousands from the Maryland. Pennsylvania and District of Columbia area will go Into depot brigade for a period of quar antine and will then be placed wher ever they aro needed. Everything Is In readiness to accommodate and fit out many thousands within the next few weeks. The depot brigade or ganization can handle several thou sand a day without any congestion or any delay. A warehouse, rushed to completion by 100 carpenters within a little over week, will be stacked to the limit with supplies timed to arrive here almost within the hour the doors are hung for the huge structure. As for railroad tracks, spurs are run out with a speed that would have seemed Impossible to observers of a year or two ago. I 450.000 M EN NOW IN NAW; DANIELS PREDICTS500.000 r The American navy now numbers more than 450,000, made up of 423,- SOS men and 28,285 otflcera. Secretary Daniels announces. This number does not represent a maximum, he says, for he expects the number -shortly to total a half million. Extension of German submarine warfare and the brilliant work of the marines under General Pershing are considered two Important factors In spurring enlistments. In the week ended June 6, 14.406 men were en rolled In the naval forces alone. This was a week of submarine activities off the Atlantic coast. Secretary Daniels has made pnbllc the following figures for the various branches of the ervlce: Regular navy, enlisted men, 205,793; officers, 0,204: total, 215.002. Naval reserves, enlisted men, 148,303; officers, 14.704; total, 103.209. Marine corps, enlisted men, 48.505; officers, 1,364; total, 49,- 8G9. National naval volunteers, en listed men, 15,000; officers, 785; total, 15,785. Coast guard, enlisted men, 6,000; officers, 228; total, 6,288. Grand total. 450.093. Fl nsociA ITS REGARD A L .F.OFL AS AN ADVERSARY PRINCE ARTHUR IN TOKYO. TOKTO, June 24. Tha press here Is a unit In extending a welcome to Prince Arthur, who is her on what Is believed to be an important mis sion. Leading statesmen are quoted as saying that the visit makes for firmness of the bond of the Anglo Japanese alliance. PARIS, June 24 "Certain French Socialists consider the Americas Fad eration of Labor almost an adversary and hostile to them," Albert Thomas, foremost French Socialist leader, was quoted as saying in an interview to day. It continues: "Brother members of eur party think that dose contact la unneces sary. I frankly oppose this view, but as the groups of the American Socialists oppose the idea of the French Socialists all my efforts to bring them together have been in vain, when the last American Social ist mission came over I was sur prised at the series of maneuvers to prevent the parties from meeting. When the Americans had returned I was grieved to see cablegrams pur porting to say we had tendered con ciliation and indulgence to the enemy. Despite the misunderstand ing, I believe the American workmen will see their error and realize what we are. "I still bellrv w can meet Prof. John Spargo and will be pleased to hear what ha has to say.1 VETERAN OFFICERS TO TRAIN TANK MEN Prepared by observation and serv ice "over there" for their Important work, Lieut. CoL "W. H. Clopton and other officers who have been with the American tank center In Franc wOJ direct the training of thousands of tank corps soldiers at Camp Colt, oa the Gettysburg battlefield. Units wffl be sent over in large numbers daring the summer and falL Despite the record mads during Cm first .week of the campaign for tank corps recruits In Washington aa vicinity, many men continue to make personal application for admission at headquarters of the unit, which were changed today from the Mills build ing, Pennsylvania avenue and Seven teenth street, to 1860 S street nortft west. "WeSr rot the best blood (a America, out there at Gettysburg, among 'the number," said an officer es the corps. Prof. Spargo Is a wen-known American Socialist, and has written extensively on socialism. BwUt Oootuj"! sales of fresh beat ta Wufctastoa, D. C for tbe week esdlag Stt crday. Jose S. Wl, amaod 2IJB cents per potmd-Adv. E FENWAY A SMART LION STTt WITH PLENTY OF TIE SLIDE 8PACJ OLDEST BRAND IN AMETOOA imrrcnaHmT a, ccuaa oo. 'rner. . s 3T Meat Must Be Sold Fresh meat is perishable. It must be sold within about two weeks for whatever it will bring. A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen bee Swift & Company cannot in crease prices by withholding meat, because it will not keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches the market Swift & Company cannot tell at the time of purchasing cattle, what price fresh meat will bring when put on sale. If between purchase and sale, market condi tions change, thd price of meat must also change. The Food Administration limits our profit to 9 per cent on capital invested in the meat departments. This is about 2 cents per dollar of sales. No profit is guaranteed, and the risk of loss is not eliminated. As a matter of fact, meat is often sold at a loss because of the need of selling it before it spoils. Swift & Company, U. S. A, Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market, Washington, D. C.