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THE WASHINGTON TDEES: TUESDAY: JULY 16,' 1918. 6 ' RUMELY LOSES NEW YORK EMIT ! AS PISTOL TOTER NEW -ORK. July . Since the Government welded together an al leged connecting link between Count vfn Bernstorff and other arch-conspirators of the Wllhelmstrasse and TJf, Edward A. Rumely In their machinations to" Influence the Ameri can public through the Influence ot Uje Evening Mall, local officers have "been scrutinizing every activity of Df. Rumely with astonishing results. ia a. consequence 'it" this phase of the Investigation. Tjgfle. public by Dr. Romely's arrest for alleged perjury laj conceallng-fronVWe Government Interests behind his acquisition of the newspaper, Richard M. Enrlght, police commissioner, 'today revoked a pistol permit held by the accused. 3t hadbeen brought to Commis sioner Enright's attention that Dr. Rjimcly occasionally displayed a pis tot which he invariably carried on his Person. JUST A DAB iOFPOSCAM I ON SICK SKIN &ust a little dab' of Prslam is enough to .retard the development oil Pimples or to clear an inflamed Oomplexlon. The ugliest red nose Iflfs been toned down by Poslam overnight. " ..When concentrated healing power Is needed to 'help any ailing skin, lobk for .that cower In Its highest efficiency In 1'osiam. jBroken-out,,Jtthln(c "skin should not cause concern "with Pcslam hjuidy to cofretrtherdlsorder. Noth nits West 47thSt4Nw York City. I IlTri-fi vmir k-ln to become clearer. Brighter, healthier by-use of Pos litn oap. "medicated' with Poslam. 500 GEORGETOWN 1, STUDENTS NOW IN M AYE VIE Georgetown University has more than 1,500 men in the service of Uncle Sam, It became known today with the Issuance of the College Jour nal for the term Just closed, which Lpubllshcs the names of 104 additional students, graduates or former stu dents who have entered the military servlce within the last two months. This Issue of the College Journal is devoted to war activities of the uni versity. The names of the additional men entering the service, as printed in the Journal, are as follows: R. A. Abbaticchio. J. A. Adarrs. E. A. M. Anderson. T Arundel. William J. Bacon. Jr. R L Barnes, W. S. Bere dlct. E. Brousseau. R. J. Brown. T. C Burke, William F. Cannon, F. G. Carroll. A. W. Chamberlain, J. CIssel, H. a Clark. R E. Clark. H. J. Collins. J. I Corbett. D G. Corgan. T. It. Crowley, Cuff, J F. Daly, .C. E. Davis, T. Delany, C P. Derby. R. E. Don nelly. E. F Duffy, J P. Dunn. F. Easby-Smlth, G. M. Elliot. J. K. M. Ewing, G. J. Ferguson, J. E. Fitzger ald. C R. Gllligan. E. D. Galvin, B. Gannon. J. D. Glennan. S. S. Gluck, E. C" Griffith. R F. Hacking. L. D. Haggerty. G. W. Hamilton. C. O. Hamil. J. T. Hardesty, M. G. Healy, W. P. Helpensteln. O. A. Hewey, L. R Hicks, Francis W. Hill, Jr.. A. Hoffman. F. B. Hoffman. Jr. W. W. Hoffman, William J. Hoover, H. Irwin, H. J. Jaco"bi, L. J. Joyce. R. Keith, G. D. Kelsey, J. M. King. R. V. Lake. L. T. Lawler. W. J. Lee, A. Loehl. H. C McCarthy, C. McGuire, J. B McCormick, J. C McLaughlin. R, H. McLean, J. D. McQuade. William S. Malone. F. T Marsden. L. A. Martel, R. V. Maxwell. E. T. Mee. J. F. Mitchell. J. F. Moore. J. Morris. D. B. C Morse, W. C. B. Morse. Mundall. J. J. F. Murray, J. L. B. Murray, T. E. Neill. R. O'Lone. T. R. Palmer. J. G. Petritz, F. L. Regan. M. Relber, R. A. RIdgeway. V. F. Royer, F. L. Ryan, J. C. Shannon, William Shee, H F Smeach, G. J. Stegmaler. J. C Sullivan, R. T. Sullivan, T. L. Sutton, Penny Ante & THE GUY WHO PASSES OUT "OF TURN Registered V. S. Patent Office &- By Jean Knott - i BaBaaa' fjfiHT SAV! taim7 . c2-& ( HEY EPDIE, p Bsm voop. torm. I jr ' V x mi of 4 ' ll ONE somebody ) I I I the. Stae ole. . , ELSE A TrtiNtr FOR. S? I CHANCE To V ME ' j LOOK AT T!-tE.iR - . J "N. ? Of kU f I A THRIFT 1 - X C gfTla E STAMP A - r hauem't W&LM that's alujavs keetme . -(. " ; &AID A I l VSOOW AS HE V UjORD VET J - Ky GE.T3 A couPM g,-. N x I Pom HAwDs -& C 1 3 HE -0SE5 ' J j&r 'h Copyrl-etit. ins. by Tat Trilront Association. (Ntw Tork Ttlbussl. W. F. Tolson. E. T. Thornton. R. Ta baugh. F. T. Ward. F.' Watts and N. E. Lenden, who left the American embassy staff at Madrid and Joined the French army ambulance corps. 5 itflal The road to economy leads to the nearest "Sanitary" Store. With constantly changing con ditions it's impossible to adver tise all the good things, but we urge you to make personal in spection at our stores of the splendid line of merchandise we offer. M SANITARY BUTTER, lb. 50c FRESH EGGS, doz. . . . 42c Michigan Navy Beans, lb. 12ic WESSON OIL, can . 40c Hitter's PORK and BEANS, can 15c PINTO BEANS, lb. 11c Have You Tried Our Famous Green Bag Coffee? STAR SOAP 4 f 25c LUX, Package, . . 11c OLIVILO QA SOAP 3C Jap Rose A Soap vV ONE PK. (12 lb.) CORN MEAL 55s 5c 11c EVAPORATED MILK PET BORDEM'S CAkRATION (mall Can, FANCY AMERICAN CHEESE ,nLr 30c CONG BAER WOULD I AT SOURCE OF, WA PROFITEERING Congressman Baer, of North Da kota, recently renominated for Conl Kress, came out today in favor of Government action to curb the proa- teering on the necessaries of life and articles In common use. Mr. Baer declared there was a great fallacy In the policy of allowing corporations and others to profiteer and then to extract part of their profits from them by taxation. "The trouble with this," said Mr. Baer. "Is that It is a tax on the con sumer in disguise. The money which the Government receives is wrung out of the public by profiteering and then It is passed on to the Treasury in part. The public pays the freight. The profiteering- corporation or con cern doesn't sutler, and In reality by this system escapes taxation and gets away .with a sufficient amount ot loot to pile up more net profits than it made in the pre-war period. nit at Sonrce. "What should be done Is to hit at profiteering at the source. The prices of articles of ordinary use of food stuffs, clothing, and so on, should be held down to a reasonable figure. "The method of permitting profi teering and then taxing part of the profits out of the profiteer, which Is now so freely advocated, is simply an adroit scheme to compel the con sumer to pay the cost ot the war. "We have all heard objection to paying the cost of the war by con sumption taxes. If such objections are sound, then we shouldn't assent to a syotem that imposes taxes on the contumer by indirection." Conscript Excess. Mr 1 aer said that Inasmuch as great c irporatlons and others had already nrung extortionate profits out of the people, he would con script all these excess profits from the profiteers, leaving no more than a fair net return Moreover, he would go back to reach the profits of the Isst several jears. "That Is the best we can do so far as the past Is concerned," he sold "But as to the future, e should curb profiteering. "I voted for $2 40 wheat," he add ed. "But I doubt ft It would have done the farmer much good. If he has 20 cents more put In one pocket and 40 cents taken out of the other by the selfishness of the profiteers, he isn't helped The farmer will not profit as much by J2.40 wheat as by J2.20 wheat If the Administration will go down the line and fix fair prices on implements, shoes, clothing ana other things that the farmers and consumers generally have to buy" 80 Per Cent Inadequate. Iteferrlng to the talk of imposing an SO per cent tax on profiteering concerns. Mr. Bser declared this in adequate, and that the profiteers could well afford to snap their fin gers and laugh at such a proposal, as It meant they woMld "make their getawy" with tremendous gains iut of the necessities of the people "The olg business man, the big profiteering corporation, as shown by the report of the Federal trade com mission, "Mr Baer added, "Is mak ng Inordinate profits The small business man in the middle Wet, and doubtless elsewhere, is being taxed to the limit. He Is not get ting any fat war contracts either The result Is that the condition of the small business man Is not healthy It Is like taxing rich men." tmnsMtationservice of a. lf. reorganized J WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN FRANCE. July 10 The service utili ties which -comprise everything per taining to the transportation of the American expeditionary forces have been dissolved as such The con struction and maintenance of rail ways and roads hai been attached to the engineer corps, the operation of raltwajs to the .ransportation service, and motor transportation to the motor transport service, which hereafter will be called "the motor NVY RULES STOP CAMOUFLAGE Supervision of all camouflaging for merchant vessels for the shipping board, will be exercised by the Navy Department In the future. Confer ences on this subject, have been held by representatives of the-navy and of the shipping board, and It Is recog nised that this camouflaging was mili tary In Character, and that the navy should exercise supervision: LEVER PROMISES HEWILLNOTDELAY E DRY BILL IN HOUS Promise from Chairman Lever, of the House Committee on Agriculture, that the food, production btlL plus the war prohibition amendment, wilt not be delayed In the House, provided. It passes the Senate, has been obtained by the drys. Before the House mads- Its recess plana. Congressman Randall made In quiry ot Chairman Lever whether the bill. If It went to the House from the Senate with prohibition attached, would "be delayed. Mr. Randall indi cated a purpose to block the recess unless he got assurances vich as he wanted. Mr. Lever said the bill would not be delayed In the House, so far as he was concerned, and would either be at once sent to conference, or, if re ferred to his committee, would b re ported back promptly. "I regard this assurance as extreme ly Important," said Mr. Randall to day. "There have been rumors that the opposition to prohibition -planned to bold tha bill on the table, of the Speaker indefinitely and let It doe. "This means that once the bill, with the dry amendment, has been passed by the Senate, the House will waste no tlmetn acting on it "To my mind. It means the country before many weeks will have a war prohibition law." BISMARCK WANTS NEW NAME. BISMARCK N. D.. July It Agitation to- change, the name of Bismarck re- jcelved added Impetus when it was found that in the night unidentified persons obliterated the name on the Northern Pacific railroad station sign board with yellow paint. A six-foot sign, erected nearby read: "To hell with Jthls block headed Hun. What did he ever do for usT" DAIBEAUX MEETS DANIELS. Capt- C Dalreanx. commander of the Argentina battleship EL-RlrsdaTtx, was presented yesterday to Secretary Dan iels. Ambassador Naon returned to this country last week on the JUradavIa. s A war sstIbx-s stamp that easts $4.18 now will be worth .$3 en Janu ary 1, 1823. Write or call tnr and Interesting Booklet, trTour Eve- our new I I II B So, 49 of a Series of EYETAU8S Our Next Talk Nxt Tuesday. AD eyesight and bad neaiin so often affect the same persons, that It would almost seem that they work together. In fact, that Is" Just what they Quite frequent ly do. 7 The one Is responsible for starting this seeming double trouble; quite, as often as the otherv When you realize that fact It becomes easy for you to understand why such cases can only be correctly diagnosed And remedied' by one who is not only an expert In ex amining eyes, but who has a thorough medical education as well. The Oculist Is the' only one so qualified. 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