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II l (Continued from First Page.) ' T. plan n * preferable solution of ? railroad problem to the five-year *** period proposed by McAdoo and * " various other suggestions for <J*vernment operation, leasing of Government-owned railroads and for ?barged control by the Interstate Jem meres Commission. Power of regulation of the Instru ct ? itali ties of interstafe commerce,! ! udlng all rates. State and inter * should be exclusively in the I ka ds of the national Government." ta statement submitted by Cuyler! d? tared. >" o settle labor disputes a board of i s: ustmant should be created under secretary of transportation. Em p >yes, employers and the public f uld have equal representation on tU board, Cuyler said. Strikes by ?n and lockouts by employers should no- be permitted. tail road executives, Cuyler said, be ? >e it unnecessary to extend the y .lod of Government control for five years. Short line railroads are in favor of the plan outlined. Cuyler said. No bill baa been drafted embodying this plan, he added. Rale* Xet SeleattSc. Rate mating Is a national matter. Cuyler said; but there are still a great many questions In which the | . State boards and regional commissions would have authority. Cuyler said many of the regulations made by the Director General had toot been scien tific. I>ong delay in I. C. C. decisions was objected to by Cuyler. Senator Smith. South Carolina, said he waa favorable to the regional com ?1?Ion plan. I Even If rate making power waa left to the Interstate Commerce Commit sfcra. Cuyler said, there would still ha much for a secretary of transporta tion to do. Cuyler said the Interstate Commerce Commission was overwork ed and some new agency is necessary to relieve it. "A secretary of transportation being ? member of the Cabinet could hav? the ear pf the President." Cuyler said. Senator Smith. South Carolina, aaked If such an official would not be nib Jaet to great political pressure. "He would have such responsibility and the office would carry so much dignity that I do not fear anything en that score," Cuyler said. Cuyler said the railroads had co operated with McAdoo, contrary to the general Impression. Most of railroads hare Idle ears ?tending on the tracks. Cuyler said In defending the railroads for objecting to the railroad administration's large orders of last winter. Standardized - are not practical, he declared. STAYASW.S.S. HEAD '. fkflahan, who. on Decern kar ML hmt, resigned as director of She District sf Columbia War Savings Committee, which he had been since ? its formatters, has been urged to re ? etnsidtr Ma decision by Carter Glass, Oeerstiry of the Treasury. Mr. Glass also highly compliments the work of Mr. Callahan. While per fectly willing to lend every assistance to his successor, Mr. Callahan has that the press of his several ss connections renders it impos sible for him to continue In his for mer capacity. Whether the District of Columbia haa attained the quota of War Stamps as lee allotted to It last year probably will not he known for several weeks, when reports from all District banks win have been received and complied. Total So Far gl.OOO.OOO. Figures available now show the total sales for the year to haver been 9C98S.069 maturity value, of 93,832. ?32.91 actual value, as compared..*Ith the allotted aunla.of j| turtty value and $6.15&9?6.S6 actual value. The words "maturity value" .and "actual rilaf Tri aS&TCTTOir connection. It is explained, to differ entiate between -the ask volee-ot too btamps on January 1, 1929, and the, price the purchaser paid for them, which varied from SfclZ to 94.23 for each $5 stamp, according to the month In which the purchase - was made. ' ^ This, according to'Mr. CaDahha's report, represents a p?er capita owner* ship of stamps to the amount . of $18.92. or appa?ii?lQty JA. per ceoi of the per capita qnotai of 920. Xetfektr Tfanth Dp to October 1, the District hgd ?old Its proportion, of the vep,r> quota, but the intensive Liberty loan campaign, coupled with the influenza epidemic, reduced sal?s in that month far below the preceding -month's overage, leaving a considerable amount to W oversold In the t^o re maining months. The signing of the armistice fn November .was- alM uponslble ftor some 'qessat Ion Inw. S. S. buying activities. ' * > ? "Our actual sales, while appealing to fall a little below oar onoia" stat ed Mr. Callahan, "bring us very close to the amount allotted to the District of Columbia, based on a $2,000,000,000 distribution throughout the country, la view of the fact that a 1'ttle over $1,000,000,000 has been sold in ail, we feel that our accomplishment in the District has been fairly success ful. While lacking actual data, yet from the best information available, we believe^ that war savings and thrift stamps are In the hom* of De&r r gTery 60 Doses, 30 Cents Every Household eeI Should Have JuniperT/ui COUGHS COLDS SORE THROAT quickly relieved by i t?M?'^et?d ^rsmoly A OLD DUTCH MARKET ANNIVERSARY SALE ti Anniversary we are selling this week, at record-breaking prices, the snaps. Note the list of canned goods and specials in all departments HELP US CFI FRRATE AND HFXP YOURSELF LARD Pure Open Kettle Rendered LB. 28c 13 SHOULDERS SMOKED Our Own Sugar Cured Very Special LB- 30c LB HAMS jr smoked Mild Sugar Cured fo, A Bargain lb. 38c lb. PORK CHOPS Cut from Choice Little . , Pig Pork * Center of Loin LB. 45c LB. BACON, Machine Sliced, lb. . . . 50c ??? SAUSAGE, Fancy Smoked, lb. . . 30c PORK CHOPS, Blade End, lb. . 38c BEEF 15c PIG TONGUES, Pickled, lb., 20c SALT BUTTS, ib 25c SMOKED JOWLS special, lb. 23c HAMBURG STEAK, ? ? 30c PORK LOINS, Whole, lb.. 37c FISH DEPARTMENT GRAPE FRUI1 Choice?Extra Large Each 10c Each ONIONS Fancy Yellow Globe Vi Peck 15c Vi Peck FRESH, FROZEN, SALT, SMOKED AND CANNED FISH A Choice Assortment at Reasonable Prices on Sale at All of Our Markets Oysters, Freshly Shucked, Our Specialty POTATOES > Standard > U. S. No. 1 Grade Peck 37c Peck LEMONS California* APPLES York Imperials or Winesaps Barrel Stock < Dozen 20c Dozen | II !4 Peck 20c ?A Peck TOMATOES Standard No. 3..Can, 15c Dozen, $1.75 Case, $3.45 Standard No. 2^.Can, . 12c ?: 2L fcTXS Dozen, $1.40 ~ $2.75 9c si.05 $4.00 Standard No. 1.. Can, Hmdr Sao fm Standard No. 9..Can >'t ?? A Very UtcM Sin for All Uc $1.25 $4.90 PEAS Early June... . Can, ^ 17c TS*Ij.* ,4. Dozen, $2.00 p2.T * Cue, $3.00 Family Dinner. A Nice Quality ef Mt?ui Sin .Can, 20c Dozen, $2^5 $4.60 Extra Sifted Can, 23c Nwi&mJL"- ???n. $2-65 t.. Caie, $5.28 Marca Export Brand We bin a few am of this choice brand of Pen h S-o*. cans, which we *ffor at Ac low price mi 3 Cans for 20c CORN Sweet Meadow. A Chain Style Can, 17c Dozen, $2.00 Case, $3.90 Blue Bell Can, 20c Dozen, $2.35 $4.60 Honeydrop F .Can, 25c Dozen, $2.90 Case, $5.50 LIMA BEANS Fancy Green Can, 23c Taste Like Direct Dozen, $2.70 Case, $5.25 STRING BEANS Ruxton String.. A lb. 1 U Article. Fin Vain Can, 14c Dozen, $1.65 Case, $3.25 Highland Square, Can, 17c Striafless Whale. Dozen, $1.95 VBT Case, $3.85^ Wagner's Cut.... Can, - 19c Dozen, $2.25 Case, $4.40 A Very Hi*h Class Pack Bethel Heights.. .Can, ISc Strmfleas. Dozen, $2.10 '* "-,7- i: Cm. *4.6# BAKED BEANS Campbell's No. 2, Can, 14c . ? Ji* Dozen, $1.05 fj Wsl-Knowa ^5 14c $1.65 $3.25 Van Camp No. 2, Can, 19c The lalirmrtoaaBy Dozen, $2.25 Adiutiwd BranL _ r. .n lay at This Law Pike. Case, $4.49 Wagner's No. 2. .Can, A Nice At Victory No. 1.... Can, 9c A Very Heady Sin Dozen, $1.00 . " Ca?e, $3.80 QUAKER OATS Package 11c . CORN MEAL White, 12 lb# 50c HOMINY Bulk, ? :?i? I id. 5c PEANUT BUTTER Bulk, 2 n*.... 35c ASPARAGUS Royal Red, 3 cans... 55c ROLLED OATS Bulk, 2 n? 13c BEECHNUT BACON 48c BAKING POWDER Romford, 1-Ib. can. 25c IVORY SOAP 4 25c FLOUR GOLD MEDAL Enough Said! 12-lb. Bag, 75c COFFEE Oar special Santos is a real speciaL We roast it dafly at oar plaat aad delrrer ha mediately to oar markets, tints preserriaf the foil strength and flavor. It is delicious?by 28c lb. MILK Everyday and Peerless Evaporated Milk, Small cans? 3 for 20c SOUP Campbell's Well-known Brand?All Varieties. 3 for 29c KRAUT Fancy New Stock. QUART, 10c RICE ? Bl? Rose. 2 LBS. 25c LEA and PERRIN SAUCE,???*? 25c PINK SALMON? ?*l9c SARDINES c.Tgu?w 15c TUN A FISH i.,Can, 14c PEACHES Eraporated, LBM 25c APRICOTS Eraporaled, 25c PEACHES, Consul, Can,' 25c ?Specialties from our daylight bakery?made of the finest materials? fresh from the ovens. We are the only chain of stores in Washington operating their own bakery. POUND CAKE, lb. 32c | RAISIN CAKE, ?*?. 35c | BREAD, ??. loaf, 7c | RAISIN BUNS, m 18c | TWIN ROUS, m 14c BAKERY DEPARTMENT 930 Louisiana Are. 918 Louisiana Ave. 8th and E Sts. S. E. 7th ard B Sts. N. E. 1105 H St N. E. 700 H St. N. E. 739 N. Capitol St. 1632 N. Capitol St. ' 1st & Thomas Sts. N. W. 7th & Florida Ave. N. W. ffif 7th and Qae Sts. N. W. 712 K St N. W. 726 7th St. N. W. 906 G St. N. W. 1421 G St. N. W. 21st & Penn. Are. N. W. 31st and M Sts. N. W. 3417 M St. N. W. 2030 P St. N. W. 1440 P St N. W. 1714 14th St. N. W. . 14tii and Yoo Sts. N. W. 18th and Yon Sts. N. W. 3166 Mt Pleasant St. N. W. Nth & Kenyon Sts. N. W. 14th & Perry Sts. N. W. 3420 Georfia Ave. N. W. and ? 1004.1606 Ki&f St, Alexandria, Vs.