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8 THERE is not the shadow of a doubt about the-future of Colmar Manor. It is irrev ocably linked with the assured future of Washington. That is not a prophecy it is a plain statement of a plain fact. ' COLMAR MANOR ADDITION B333lBBS?SHHIlBiF49 Y Wt BI s?i j ilFTiSH jtf w '"& A? 'V wfti x . i '''7'?tKkl-a-H-3 View looking toward Washington showing boulevard and trolley line LOTS S59 $5 Down $1a Week With a NOTE. There are in this beautiful tract a few lots which, by reason of their extreme desirability and exceptional location, we are compelled to price at higher figures. Should you select any of these lots, proportion ate terms and conditions will apply. Six Months' Subscription to THE WASHINGTON TIMES The ideal location of these lots, but half an hour from the Capitol, less than four an3 a'half miles from the center of the city, directly on the Baltimore-Washington Boulevard, the greatest artery of traffic to the National Capital; directly on a trolley line, with water, gas and electricity already brought to the property all these com bine to offer an irresistible opportunity at any price. Combined with the ridiculous low price and phenomenal easy terms they give you your one great opportunity to cash in on the growth of Washington. But you must act quickly. They are going fast. Call, write or phone and we will make AUTO an appointment to take you directly to Uolmar Manor without ex- Q... ifG? Pense- You incur no obligation whatever in making this inspection dCKVIvC trip. The matter of buying is left entirely to your own good judg FROM OBEt OFFICE ment J. W. HOLLOWAY CO. COLMAR MANOR REAL ESTATE DEPT T3f , Room 43, Metzerott Building. Phone Franklin 898. 1110 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C. FIND GRAFT TRAIL IN AERO INQUIRY The report of the Senate Military Affairs Committee on the aircraft pro gram and the publication of lensa tional eyldnce before the committee U preparatory to the big smash which Is expected to come this week with the report of the Investigation cop ducted by Charles E. Hushes. Kin Graft Trail. A trail of craft runs thropsh the rlrcraft production program from the beginning to the present time. Sabotage, proved and certain, corf pled with criminal acts In production of aircraft, negligence and Incompe tency that can only be arrested by the strom: arm of the law. Profiteering. extravagance, and criminal waste of materials of al most Inestimable value to the apeed- !.... .i..ft nmritirtlnn and Its consequent effect upon the strength and effectiveness 01 our iroopi i uk battle line. Favoritism and high pay for sa nervfalon of work by persons Incom petent for the task. inspection inai waa - im nothing short of contributory to mn-f4 in cHvln? the stamD of ap proval at the factory to machines that would prove man-Kiuers wntn ww . . .. 11.. A.M. A singular grouping of men ofj Teutonic Diooa or extraction ui im portant positions In aircraft pro duction plants, ana tne rouiua u skilled workmen of the same class from one aircraft plant to another. Hashes Hay Be Sliest. It Is possible that the Hughes re port may rbo silent on the last sub ject, because the mere fact that such men are associated In one way or an other with the aircraft production program proves nothing, but It has attracted the attention of other In vestigators, and has been a source of misgiving about achievements. The finest spruce logs, singled out for aircraft production and brought at great trouble and 'expense out of the forests, have torn the machinery of sawmills to pieces and caused seri ous delay because great iron spikes had been driven Into the trees and concealed as to defy the usual forms of Inspection, In one instance, a finished' combat machine a Bristol fighter rolled out of the factory and ready for a test, suddenly burst Into flames and was destroyed. This Inexplicable oc currence was attributed to sabotage. So many faults and defects devel oped In the construction of the Bris tol fighter not all due to admitted errors In modification of design that the type was abandoned after orders for production In quantity had been given at a large expense to tho Government GOWIPERS TO FIGH T SOCIALIST PEACE NEW TOIWC, Aug. ra Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, Is on his way to Europe, according to announce ment made public here today. He will oppose radical elements and Socialists in Europe who are trylnir to force an Immediate com promise peace with Germany. He will endeavor to swing them to a complete Indorsement of the Wil son war alms. PATRIOTISM THEM E IN MANY Pll L Patriotism was the theme of most of the sermons delivered In Wash ington churches yesterday. "Through the force of the Ameri can army God is coing to see to it that the world is saved for humanity and democracy," said the Rev. Dr. Isaac Ward, of the First Presbyterian Church of Boston, to an audience of thousands at the Ellipse vesper serv ices', v "God Is the author of democracy, he continued. "He calls all men alike. God Is democracy. He Is calling to the nations of the earth to win against Germany In this great con flict. The Teuton Is headed for the scrap heap. You can kill an Ameri can, but you can't whip him. Ger many Is now a piece of scrapped brass, forgetting God and forgotten by Him." Dr. Ward preached at 11 o'clock yesterday at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church on "The Gospel Mission of Prayer," declaring It to be the means of direct communication between the Christian and God. The Rev. Dr. Henry Allen Tupper. at he First Presbyterian Church, took as the subject of his sermon "The Winning Warfare." He showed the progress of Christianity and showed Its triumph over other faiths and Its power to overcome evil In the world. At a lecture last night. Dr. Tupper told of his experiences in Turkey and Constantinople, describing the Turk ish capital and some of the traits of the Turkish people. At the All-Comers' Bible Class. Church of the Covenant, yesterday moraine Charles S. Hamlin, of the Federal Reserve Board, spoke an "Some Precepts of the Bible." TO DRAFT ITALIANS HERE An Italian-American treaty similar to the British-American draft con tention, signed today, provides for tho reclproc.il drafting of Italians (n America. S A new treaty signed by Secretary Lansing and Japanese Ambassador Ishii extends the United States-Japan arbitration treaty. $75,000 FIRE IN WAR PLANT. MEDFORD, Mass, Aug. 26. Fire, believed to ne of incendiary origin. In the plant of the W. C Miles Wood Finishing Company, early today. caused a loss estimated at $75,003. The plant was used for storage by the Mediord woolen Company, which Is working orf war contracts. Your country need, every pennyi traeti your children lo buy War Sav ings Stamps. TJ. S. Food Administration Licesse No. G-04638 Sssjta-al l(s0Vkjajjjaa4Vsl0BijssBjategs' JIBJi,!3JBIfiH5. ATTENTION! Compare the Official Fair Pric List and Old patch Fair Prices OFFICIAL FAIRPRICE LIST To the Householders of the District of Columbia: Below are given the fair prices on staple food commodities, ir your dealer charges more for any Items than the prices listed below, Pleaae re port and send your sales slip. If possible, to Clarence R. Wilson, federal food anmmiatrator tor tne listnct or.t-oiumoia. n ima street nwwimi. Commodity. Consumer should pay SUGAR. Granulated, bulk or package, j$er lb.. S0.03J4 0.0 Brown, pecUb JSJ4 .09 WHEAT FLOUR, 21-lb. bag 1.60 1.65 12H-ID. bag .79 .82 8-lb. bag .. 31 -i5H Broken lots, per lb Not' more than .07 WHEAT FLOUR SUBSTITUTES. Barley flour, per lb Not more than .07 Corn flour, per lb Not more than .07 Corn meal, white, bulk, per lb .05 .00 Fancy, whole head, per lb......... .12 x.13 Blue Rose, per lb Jl .11U BREAD. Victory loaf, machine made. lb...... .OS Victory loaf, machine made. 1 lb....... .00' CREAMERY BUTTHR. Best table firsts. In prints, per lb .52 .57 (In cartons, 1 cent higher.) Process. In prints, per lb .48 JO (In cartons. 1 cent higher.) SUITLU SUDSUllilbS Old Dutch price. S0JS6H .0814 3 .TS "Jrs XT or 33 OJeilmartrarlne. cer lb. Nut oleomargarine, per lb. Pore, in tubs, per lb. Compound, per lb ... LARD. Whole pieces, per lb.....,... Sliced, in bulk, per lb Sliced, In cartons, per lb..... Whole, standard, jer lb...... BACOIT. UAH. .32 .27 .42 .4 .55 .32 , .35 W .35 S3 9 .49 .51 .60 .38 .38 JOT 3 .30 JO W .48 te .59 .52 .39 .20 .11 JO J3 09 Fancy, per" Select, fresh, candled, none small or dirty; should weigh not less than 24 oz. per doz .84 Current receipts, candled, none very small, very weak or very dirty, should weigh not less than 20 ox. per doz... .45 -CHEESE. American, whole milk, per lb... .32 H-lb lots U-lb. lots Dried: , .Lima, per lb J6Vlr- -Is JV&VJfn PCI" -& 13 ' - POTATOES. a TJ. B. grade. No. 1 (per IS Tbs, 1 pk.)... ' .53 .63 JO U. S. grade, No. 2 (per 15 lbs., 1 pk.)... - .35 .40 .... White potatoes. TJ. S. grade. Np. 1, minimum size. 1 Inches In diameter. Free from damage caused by disease or Insects: free from cuts and bruises. White potatoes. U. S. grade. No. 2, minimum size, 1U Inches In diameter; free from serious damage. "Should Include no stock which Is not of de sirable quality, both for market and for table use, and should be of fair average size." Department of Agriculture. Bulletin No. 7SX .18 JO and J3 Fair Pricei Market Specials for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday "We have the most complete line of high-grade food products at all of our; markets and all are sold at FAIR PRICES. Pure Open Kettle Rendered. A Very Special price, lb w. g A -''MTfc The Well-Known Ssmhine , ' dUAlr Brand, 7 Cakes for .,. A? T7"I?C Stuffed, 4 oz. Jars, a UJjiTt.l9 Big Bargain, 3 for ... anu u arc iuiu u LARD 30c 25c 25c QTrnm Kan Brand, ltf lb. lfl S1ZC C2Q - Baked Beans HSr.!..28c Macaroni Bn,k- - 15c Tomatoes gS?.Z J82c Paac. Fancy Early June, flOfi J. COS 3 cang for --v- 15c U-, Hand Picked Michigan DeanS Navy Beans, lb n HIl White, 2 lbs. for. lie Molasses nbar Brand-- 1 5c Pickles SteJ...A IOC Ketchup ESSE!?. 17C' Snowdrift fiF.. 60c Candles f.f. 5c Beans S!!.L!m. 15c Tc Tour Choice. Gunpowder,'' Sf7t l CciS Qolong or Ceylon, lb. OUt 6c pkg. Star Naptba Powder pkg. 6c PRESERVING SPECIALS mason i ? T: 2 J AKO ( Half-gaL, doz. $1.60 Jar Rubbers, 2 doz. for 9c Pickling Spices, pkg..! Sc and 10c Paraffin Wax, 1,1b. pkg 17c ! Quart 16c Half-gaDon ....29c Gallon 55c Jelly Glasses, doz 27c MILKS Challenge Milk 15c Eagle Milk 20c LABOR DAY Monday, Sept. 2nd. We offer these spe cial bargains for the picnic luncheon basket: Grape Juice, pints, each 25c Potted Chicken, Curtice Bros., each 27c Potted Ham or Tongue, Curtice Bros, ea. 22c Boned Chicken, lb! can, each 45c Boned Chicken, 1 lb. can, each 90c Olives, Queen, in bulk, qt.c .....38c Potted Meats, special, each 5c Salau Dressing, Crabro, small 15c Salad Dressing, Crubro, large..-. 29c SARDINES Oil and Mustard, 14's, 2 for 15c Sapbire, California pack, 's...'. 19c Saphire, California pack, Vi's .25c Napoleon Peanut and Olive Ofl 14c QAn IL 0Id Dxrtch ffeni-,I-FFRich 'm Q-aHty Low in Price. O.Tlsf IL A3 11 D-Special Santos llUiTEE GUARANTEED TO PLEASE UC IDs CHOICE STEER BEEF Real value nd quaJity in prime steer beef, attractively priced for this sale and displayed' in our plate-glass-refrigerated showcases, the only sanitary method of marketing fresh meats. . STEAKS PORTERHOUSE, LB 45c SIRLOIN, LB 43c BOTTOM ROUND, LB 40c HAMBURG, LB .25c Choice plate or BOILING BEEF fifiS pc-!s.?!;...Lb., 15c ROASTS PRIME RIB, LB 30c SHOULDER CLOD, LB. . .27c BOUILLON, LB.. ,..,... 27c CHUCK, LB .. ...w.25c BEEF LIVER, Sliced, Lb. . . 15c MEAT SPECIALS Pork Chops, lean, lb 37c Smoked Shoulders, lb..25c Sausage, the best; lb. . .30c Butter SSSffirSrS-.52c EVrro Strictly Fresh Millbrook SAn EiggS Brand. Guaranteed, do OUU Cheese 8&TS?.?!?........33c Compound,?ubutnte, lb. . .. . 27c 50 c POTATOES PECK 15 lbs. U. S. STANDARD No. 1 FINE MEALY COOKERS PECK 15 lbs. 50