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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNQAt. APRIL -27, 1919.
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PORK PRICES RISEN
JiP.C.SINCE1913
ADVERTISEMENT
TAKES 3TaiTW tCA"tt.
DETROIT. April 27. When 6am
Taylor, negro, was aroused from hie
sleep In a box car here he said ne
rawled in the car at Brown. Tenn
to take a nap. "Where am I." Sam
wanted to know. , '
CHAPLAIN BALKS AT SALOON.
BOSTON, April 27. During: the
"Yankee" division parade. Chaplain
Rollins mount grot beyond control arid
tried to .enter a- saloon -The chaplain
persuaded his steed that a saloon was
no place for him.
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The Days of Real
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by th Trlbun !
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Special for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only
Gold Filled Eyeglasses
Special
.75
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New Style
4 "'finger
Piece
Mounting
Case
Cord
Cleaner
FREE
Chas. Schwartz & Sons
Family Jewelers and Opticians, 70S 7th St
W Yeans
Look to the Future of,our Plate
"Wfll your plate come, to an early end, a.t&n?ed.iy breaks, teeth fall
ing: err ana corrsxam repair Dinar m v.
Or Win It Give You Many
OUR LONG :LIFE PLACES -
last for years .stiff years, and save you manv
repair "bills, not to mention the many other in
conveniences. DENTISTRY THAT LASTS
By Dr. Wyeth and Staff of Expert,
Careful, Skilled Dentists w
That has been my record for the past twenty-four
years;
EverytHing that will add to the- comfort o
our patleatav-fr provided. Cleanliness '4e jone-'of
our many striking: features. Every instrument
must be thoroughly sterilized before -using:
Tenps of Payment to Sk&L Efimjfiftjtay, Free.
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Fffimts, -50c Gold. Crowns
to $1 up.
In cold, silver,
amaTgam or
tfOTCPnlTTU
d Brids
"Work,
$3.00 $4.00
'$5.00
Open ETcrijErealac TJatll S O'clock; nd'ea Bmndsyu 10 JU 2L to 4 P. K.
Lady and maids in attendance. All work fully guaranteed for 20 years.
DR.WYEIH,Inc, 427-29 Seventh St. N.W.
Opposite LsBHbarsh & Bro. and over Grand TTaJoxt Tea Co. Larsest sad
Most Thoroachly Salpped Parlors in Wasfeburton. Phone Hals 8X33.
Retail pork prices have jumped 100
per cent since 4913, Labor JDepart-
metn flfures show.
., Hoaire more plentiful than ever
before according to Department of
AgrlculCure flures which show that
in WIS" the total number on rarms
nu about ,67.000.000 head while Jt
nowias jumped- to -more than 78,-
000.000 head.
Sprase houses are, jammea win
porR; accdrdlnsrto invesllgratlons
made for he -United- States Chamber
of Commerce.
JlotaJL jork . prices, then, are not
responding: to the normal law of sup
ply and denjand, .officials say. Ac
cording to .this, law pork prices
should- drop when, hogs are plentiful.
But grbod bacon has soared 117 per
cent n prices paid at the corner grocery-,
.nation-wjde surveys of the La
bor Department prove. Ham has
oneup 90. per cent and pork chops,
uu per cent. - . -
- Similar .boosts- have not overtaken .
retail nrices of other meats. Sirloin
steak has Jumped only 62 per cent
since 1015;. round steak. 73 per cent,
arid rib roast but 63 per cent.
'Wotm'-now-afeielllns: for more than
$20 pe'r hundred pounds wholesale at
therpackins: cities, rnis represents
Increase .of-nearly o per nunurcu
nounds aince March 1.
.Fanners now are sewing more iurj
their h'ogfsl But' the increase in
prices PSd xnejn is jar dbio w.o
lncreasc..ln reta.il prices of pbrk cuts
paia py tng cgwumw. j jw.
powdtr or nytWea. iae to eorr it up
Too often thl? only tmphulns the defect
Betides. It's much, easier to remove the dU
flsurement tilth ordinary mercoNxed ws
Applied nightly, the Wax Witt radiujly
retnovo freckJji. almpietf. -math ifcttcbex.
1lTer tpotSr r.llowncr-. rrd blotches or say
.arfac ernptton. The affected cuticle U
actually absorbed, a little each. day. uatll
tne clear, soft, youthful and beautiful skis
beneath Is brausht -wholly to lew
Ask the dratttet for one oosce of met
colized -wax and we -this Hko you use co:t
creapif Remove in the mornlag with soap
and vrater Many -who have tried th s
simple, harmless treatment report asto
lhlng resnlta
aiid
Beudqjiariers
for
Tar Bag
Tar Paper
Tar Board
Chests
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ONLY MEN FRSMBANKS'IN
ENLISTED SERVICE LEAGUE
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Only enlisted men are eligible to I
membership in the new Enlisted Serv
ice League, formed-last -night At a
meeting in the Central Savings Bank ,
hall. .
A temporary organization was ef
fected, with Joseph T. Beeves as chair
man. Another meeting is to be ar
ranged for shortly, when permanent ;
organization will be completed. A
with H. L. Atkisson as chairman.
I'VE. I RHf flUl lill I4j
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Five army transports returning t
Island Natives Attack
Shipwrecked Mariners,
Thinking Them Germans
NEW "STORK,' Aprjl 27, Five
shipwrecked sailors .and the skip
per of the abandoned three-
home with troops from France have I, maBted "noner Nettle Shipman,
changed their courses, the War De-1 Capt.Beryn Bradford, of' East-
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If It's Made ofPaperYou
Can Get It At Andrews"
Speeial
Stationery
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HnrtTs "Lzf&jette BloeM Boxed Stationery
la a delicate, unique tint of blue only.
Box -of 24 sheets and 24 envelopes. Q7
Hnrdfs Lafayette Bine" Boxed SEationcry ;
With envelopes lined in blue and red tissue;
24 sheets and 24, envelopes. &f OA
Special .'.: PleV
Hard's "Early Saxon" Boxed Stationery
t& a faint brown tint, with your choice of
three styles of envelopes. Box of 24 !
sheets and 24 envelopes. Special... "vC
Hard's ''Early Saxon" Boxed Stationery
In antique deckle edged square sheets and
oblong envelopes An unusual and $1 PA
pleasing paper. Per box pltlW
Hurd's "Lafayette Bine" Large-Sized
Boxed Paper
With Colonial deckle edged paper and blue
or fed tissue lined envelopes. Box d1 fc
oft24 sheets and 24 envelopes. Special V 1
Whiting's "Oceanic" Boxed Paper
Especially designed for foreign correspond
ence. Jn white and blue, gray, buff and
lavender tints. Box of 36 sheets and CA
24' envelopes uUL
"Lansdown" Boxed Paper
White, cloth finished. Box of 84
sheets. Special
Envelopes to match lac a package.
45c
The Idea! Home Storage F
Furs, Clothes and Blankets
I QUAKER MOTH-PROOF CHEST
MADE of tough fiber-r-folds uflike. a book, large enough for five suits
of clothes, yet small enough to be placed away in any convenient
get-at-able spot, ft is treated with a special compound to drive
away moths and will last for many seasons.
Size 36x9xl2 jjiches--Price only jg gQ
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No moths, no
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Overcoat Size, df AA
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Manahan's Moth
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Size 40x48 inches
For wrapping carpets, cur
tains and garments too large
for hanging in bags use-'Maria-han's
Moth Sheets; especially
when placing goods in storage.
Also used for 'lining the Avails
of closets, trunks, drawers,-.
boxes, wardrobes, etc. 'No
more expensive fnan common
wrapping paper and the pro
tection afforded is worth many
times the cost.
Per Dozen 75c
RiR -Andrews Paper Company
727-731 Thirteenth Street N. W.
Phone Franklin 6060,'
partmc-it announced laic yesterday.
Two" of them will dock at Newport'
News instead of New York, two at
Philadelphia Instead of New York and ,
one at New York Instead of Newpo-t I
News.
Discovery ol floetins mines off Jthe
Atlantic coast has nothings to do with'
the chance of course, it was state J. (
Congestion of -ships in New York har
bor and the fact that one transport
was filled with Philadelphia men
caused the changes, it was said. The
transports are:
West Madaket. sailed from Brest
Anjril 12. dueat.PhiladelphiaApril-'JS;
Western Ho&. sailed from lia Pallice
Rochello April 18, due at New Yo--
May 1; West Gal eta, sailed -from Brc;
April 0, due at Newport' News May 1;
Liberty, saUed from Bordeaux Aprij
16. due aC' Newport News May land
Liberator." nailed from Sf. Kazarc,
April 24, due to arrive at PhUadelphia
May !.'
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THREATENS SWISS
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dereUct three
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lOENBVA, Apr.j: Switzerland la
not yet out of the danger of Bolahe-
vIktti " unlrl fhf Ijiuannfi Gazette in
port. Me arrived here aboard the commem,ns poB JUjeve!atIon $
steamship William B." Palmer.- ?-...-.. -..-, "-TT.m. nv
-. .- - - . ouIK J.lu,Bau. ... W. ..-,
llCi a4lfV,,.b cpD4.0v.ca u , It j3 lcarned tnat Lenine's Instruc-'
mu "" ' , , .... - I "ens to his agents were: "All Swlas
The schooner, laden with 26..- f f.doraj authorities and the members
feer of lumber, became a, . Qt th mHiars- statt-shall be captured"
i days. after leaving ran8 Jieldia-'hoatagea. The banks.
Jacksonville, Fla., for Antilla, railways, factories, and newspaper
Cuba, eirly last Feb'ruary.- j Boon t t be 'sejred. and placed under con-
ll.t; vuobci ucuiiui;- hic.-iu(jbcu.
forcing the captain and crew to
the lifeboat.
On the fourth day they sihte!
Walllngs" Island, 16S miles "off ho
coast of Sa'n Salvador, "yiien they
attempted to land the' natives
trlcd to : drlve them back -villi
clubs., before- Anally ..being con
vinced that they were .Americans
And Still They Come
the hundreds of people who have heard
o'f-our record breaking sale of genuine
$4 and $5
Shur-nn Shelltex frames
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U-BOAT WAS FOILED
CHICAGO. April J7 Tnc convoy,
the depth bomb and the hydrophone,
or listening device
These three agencies saved the al
lies from a threatened German vic
tory on the sea and -made it possible
for America to send to Europe the
men and materials needed to win the
war.
The nature of the agencies and the
story of their success were told by
Admiral William S. Sims, in an ad
dress here Admiral Sims is in Chi
cago to aid in the Victory loan cam
paign "Whfn 1 went overseas in the sum
mer of 1017." Admiral Sims said, "the
central powers were winnlngthe war,
and we didn't know how to stop them.
England knew if and Germany knew
It and J soon knew it.
"In Murch, 1918,'Germany Knew we
had her beaten on the sea. and she
started the great land offensive. And
the throe agencies that saved us from
Germany's expected, and threatened
victory at sea tp
"The convoy. tlu depth bomb, the
hydropnone, or listening device."
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DOGS
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1
rli poodle,- which wore
Mrs. Lang ny hor hu.s-
riVLTlMORi:. April 27.- Knitted
lat-kcts, line food, and comfortable
beds for the poodle. are responsible
for tho marital troubles of, Mr. and
Mr-. John Lang, :t''04 EAct Mnnmin
avenue, todaj. The' troubles w.ve
aired in the eastern jmiiri' ,i i
foie Magi.stiato Gerecht. who oiderd
Lang to pay his wife $fi a week foi
. her Mipport
Two French
i nr"Mntpil' to
hand, have received more attention
than Mr. Lang, according to his tct
timon. Furthermore, , lie, said, nis
wife frequently failed to prepare his
mealH, for which rcaAorf she has bci
"docked" on p,1yd.ti One of the
dogs sleeps with their child under
nicr clean linens, and' the oth'cr also
enjoys-the comforts of areulr bed;
and she spends his. monfjy tomake
clothes for the dogs. Lang, testified.
Mrs. Lang testified thaf there "were
always ffne meals awaiting her h'u
band, but ho failed td"come5hrfme'm.'t
of the time. Then he refued"'til put
the money, in her hands,' Iways plac
ing It under a bowl cach-.pay day. she
explained. -j, ' .
Magistrate Goieht advised a reparation.
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i ) irk 4if3?i.?P:-.SS! "Obnosfte land
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t. STYLE SERVICE COMFORT: -
That comfortable "feel" of security,, that attractive
"look" of smart distincion, are yours when you wear the
real Shelltex Shur-ons. They coat no more and assure
lasting lens protection. -
'" - v Our -lafge: -stock of different mountings will assure you
that we have the proper bridge for every nose.
WHY PAY MORE?
Shah Optical Gomparfy
OPTOMETRISTS OFTICIANSi
525 Seventh Street J$?W., fj
Office " An Exclmive OpKcaf Store
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14TH AND C STREETS N. W.
The Electric Washini
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Solves Wasli-Day Problems ImpISa
When ou install an Electric Wash-
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thLt washday worries are -forever ban
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cut to' the lowest point.
Come in and let us show you the
merits of this method and explain to
vou how you can actually save the cost
of an Electric Washing Machine while
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' Small or Large Sizes For Family or Institutional Use
These ironers operate on gas and electric current, consum
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following sizes: 42-inch, 44-inch, 46-inch, and 50-inch.
They are precisely the ironer for hotels, hospitals, and small
institutions, as well as the modern home.
Come in and let us show you how they work and explain
their various merits.
Sold on Very Convenient Terms, If Desired
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10 Plscpunt
for casrLQUtLogmrrrpfr
Sewing Machine-Motor allQweftssd
during April to those presenting
discount coupon secured from
monthly electric light bill.
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