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- ICE OF COAL
Government Agencies to Confer
and Define Compulsory Fair
Rate for Dealers.
Amaouncemeat of a fair price on
coal ad that attempts to exceed this
price wiU be met with prosecution. is
expected to be one of the results of
the conference In New York today of
representatives of every important
Government agency to discuss the
c~al crisis.
Participating in the conference will
Wasbhigton and Old
Daein Railway
-rev....
Wasblugto's most Desutiful
Suuaa Territory and Kioeat
mutation ar-.
Pre" the Capital to the Blue Ridge.
ONE of <
and easei
A. LOFFLER F
B
If it's a ma
roilmaking, wi
Dynamos, a
ftCENTAL
631
TELEPHONE FRANKLIN 5404
Eugene B. Evans
Distinctive Printing
739 Thirteenth Street Northwest
ghene Fraakla x415
THEr ROYAL
CH1NESE-AMMRICAN DIHES
Nsiness e Diae. to S.
Itigh class music and danciag
every evening, .8 & 10:30-12:30.
3.0 9th St. N. W.Waitn DC
Hecley's Orchestra.
The Boyle-Robertson
Construction Company
S01 to SOS Evans Buililag,
Washington, D. C.
Edward F. Gruver Co.
Maautsetut ng Con meretal and
Sank Stationers
Paper Ruling-Bookbinders
Our Specialties
Speewim Ruled Forms of All Kinds
LoeeLeaf Sheets and Hinders
1211 Penna. Ave. N. W. Main 7198
PHONE FRANKLIN 4069.
National Woodworking
Company
Incorporated.
STAIR AND 4PECIAL MILi. WORK
CABIET AN!) $TORE FTURES
Ofite an Factoredet
59 N. Y. Ava, N. F., Weahinigton. D. C.
N. FRANK & SONS
Rags, Rubber and Metals
WIPING RAGS OFl ALL GRADES
315 L Ut. S. W.. Washington. D. C.
Phone Main 1627
The only hotel property In Wash
fteorlnet Hot the Unito States
in every room-Rooms with pri
vate bathe,
THE NEW OXFORD
PenyIlvania Ave. & PIefteenth St.
J1 . . WE ~YRR. Proprietor
WBambilngton. D. C.
DRINK
YOU'LL LIKE IT.
225 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.
"Eat a Plate of
Ice Cream Every Day"
BI
BE SU)
be the Atterner Oenera, repretea
ives of the interstate ommero.
t4 e=a--,r Seatery of the Navy
representatives of the various
brambes of the oal.lndustry, aad
special asistants to the Atorney
(j mral.
nee McCormick. now headisg a
a commission appointed a week
ago, Is espected to give the efRielai
today a preliminary report. and to
make suggestions for action to be do
cided on.
special attentio is to be iven
proteerle'- in coal because. o mcials
pointed out. this evil can do more to
aggravate the present crisis than asy
other factor save the actual lack of
coal. especially later. when the public
begins to lay in winter supplies.
WILL CO-OBRDINATM ACTIVITIMU.
The railroad situation is to roseive
thorough consideratiop because it is
directly involved both as .ontributing
to the present coal famine through
transportation shortages and because
its demands are of prime importance.
The navy. as a large consumer, wilt
require certain adjustments a lo.
All these problems, it is said, can
WE]
PUBUISHED EA
o.. Maa.ines., color work. nit
Inc, and lithographing of all claese.
ANDREW B. GRAHAM CO.
1'rtntimg Plant. 333-334 C' at. N. W.
Lit tograpblag Plant. 1626-1628 L N. W.
Phones connecting all department.
Main 8080-6091. Main 6641-6649.
ur important
rtial industries
ROVISION CO.
r,D.C.
for you want we have it in stock.
ding, repairs our specialty.
tor equipment, bought sold or
exchanged.
L ARMATURE WORKS,
D Street Northwest
Phene Main 3661
FINE AUTO REPAIRING
HANDLEY-STERLING CO.
MACHINISTS-WELDERS
Cotreet Repair Work, Light Man
ufnetartag, WEldIng All MetkIe.
Rear 1218 North Capitel Street.
Phone Frakia 93.
M. E. HORTON, Inc.
Successoru' to
BROWNING & MIDDLETON, Inc.
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
COFFEE ROASTERS
10 PA. AVE. N. W. MAIN T03
Chesapeake Beach,
Washington's Atlantic City.
Lots For Sale.
Apperton Cady, Agent,
617 14th Street N. W.
J. Edw. Chapman
"Your Coal Man"
37.N St. N. W.
Phone N. 3609
DR. ROBERT F. TRUETT
DENTAL SURGEON
SEVENTH AND G STS. N. W.
RELIABLE DENTISTRY
Washington Paper Stock
Company
Waste Paper
South Capitol Garage
3. J. KENNELLY, Proprietor.
301 Beeth Captol Street
Washirnnten. D3. C.
Phome Limeoln 756
AGENTS FOR
The GENERAL Tire
HARRY F. BORYER
Centraeter and Dtilder
1416 F Street Northwest
Washlmwten. D3. C.
Phene Maim 421
T
E IT'S
rt Takea A NICE CRE AU
o Make AN ICE ( RE Al)
Like Our.
ierdrht, 000 a
id in a letw
huse ad Bee N
SALT LAKR CITY. Utah. Aug.
3.--John Donnefl. a sheep herder.
was shot and more than 1.000
sheep were ilied early Friday
Is a clash between men aid to
represent Colorado cattle interests
and Utah sheep men. just across
the State line in Northwestern
Colorado, aceording to a telephone
message from Vermal. t'imtah
county, Utah.
not be solved at today's meeting, but
dispositions can be made which will
lead to a gradual adjustment.
An important part of the plan is to
co-ordinate the activities of all Gov
ernment departments, it was an
nounced. This means, it is said, that
not only must the demands for coal
be adjusted, but steps to meet the
various obstacles as they arise must
qe correlated as far as possible.
~KLY
.A WEEK IN THE IN
AERIAL I
Washington Streets
Paved With Asphalt
4,500,000 Sq. Yards
With more than 4,500,000 square
yards of modern pavement, Washing
ton ranks high among the cities of
the United States with well paved
streets. according to a census cover
ing 140 leading American cities just
completed by the Asphalt Associa
tion.
Now York has laid 35,600.000 square
yards of modern pavement, of which
26.000,000 square yards are asphalt.
8,900,000 stone block. 1,400,000 wood
block. 316,000 brick, and 42.000 cement
concrete.
Chicago ranks second. with 30,
475.000 square yards of which 19,
000,000 are asphalt, 2,000,000 stone
block, 5,800,000 brick, 3,500.000 wood
block, and 100,000 cement concrete.
Next in order with modern pave
ments comes Philadelphia with near
ly 20,000,000 square yards. followed
by Los Angeles with 12.200,000 yards,
Kansas City with 8,800,000, Portland.
Ore., with 8.650,000. Baltimore with
8,300.000, Buifaln with 7.200,000. Cin
cinnati with 5,216,000, Omaha with
4,685,000, Seattle with 4,615,000, San
Francisco with 4.005.000. Washington
with 4,570,000, and Toledo with 4,200,
000 square yards.
Among the types reported by the
J. H. SMALL & SONS
FLORIST3
-A pa Contractors
NEW YORK WASHINGTON
E. G. Schafer Company
Our Service It Beet
Wholesale l ing and
Heating Supplies
218 13th St. N. W.
Tel. Main 51-6441
Are you in the hands of some
one who writes insurance as a
side line?
Expert service frequently costa
less.
Telephone for appointment, Fr.
5596.
H O RA CE J. PHELPS
r10 14th street N. W.
PHONE N. 5776.
Battertes Charged, Leased and Repaired
National Auto Repair and
Supply Company
Mkaimlste and Aute Experts
Autogeneus Welding and miasig
WALTER H. BOUIS Proprieter.
1418 North Capitol St., Wash.. D.C.
Ectimatem Parnished.
All Work Guaranteed
J. C. FLOOD & CO.
Phanubing, T'nning & Heating
Guttering and Spouting
2116 Fourteenth St. N. W.
Warehouse Rear
Phone North 00
LEO B. CURRY,
Printer
911 7th Street N. W.
Pboene Main 8315
Specializing on
Loe Leaf Sheets
TIDEWATER LINES, INC.
Formerly Operated by Bemmem
Rapid Motor Trsnspot"tte te
All Important Points I. Beathern
Maryland.
General Offiee and Terminal.
613 G Street N. W.
. .WASHINGTON. B. C,
TELEPHONE, MAIN I3
John B. Eapey Co., Inc.
HARDWARE
1010 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W
Washington, D. C.
C. A. Snow & Co.
Attorney. and Counselors In
Patent Caue.
71e Eighth St., Op. it. 3. Pat. Oflee
Wahates. 0. V. Phone Main 1921
The Brewer.Smyder Co., lInc.
SARATOGA CHIPS
9RM PINMDT DETOND QUU8tEOR
119 Third St. S. E.
Uedaai. 1046
POPE FLAYSEYLS
PODUE BY WAR
"Minds of Men Led Astray By
Militarist Passion," He Says
in Letter to Church.
1ROMM, Aug. 2. -Dvil conditions cea
froeting the world today are out
lined in a circular-letter issued to the
church by Pope Benediet. The pur
pose of this letter is to proclaim
throughout the world (he fiftieth an
naversary of the decree by which $t.
Joseph was named patron of the Uni
" rsal t'hurch. and in it the pontiff
uges the 'stholie world to nelebrate
for a whole year. from Deeember
ITERESTS OF WASHI
JINES DO
Four Routes in Full
Twelve New One
Four aerial lines carrying pases
engers and merchandise are already
in full operation in France, and with
in two or three months this service
will include twelve more. Besides
the Paris-London service, which was
Installed several months ago, there is
a regular service between Bordeaux
and Toulouse. one between Nice and
Nimes, and one joining Prance, Spain.
and Morocco, with stops at Barcelona.
Alicante. and Rabat.
The new lines which are to be open
ed this summer include service be
tween Malaga, Spain. and itabat, Mor
occo: one from Bayonne, in the south
of France, to Bilbao and Santander'
one from Paris to Verdun. designed
chiefly for the benefit of Am-rican
visitors to the battlefields; one from
Paris to Brussels. and one from Bor
deaux to Barcelona. Other lines pro
jected are those between Antibes. in
the south of France, and Tunis; the
140 cities asphalt comprises 61.2 per
cent of the total stone block, 14.1
per cent, brick 13.8 per cent, wood
block 4 per rent, cement concrete 3.3
per cent, and all other types higher
than macadam or gravel 3.6 per cent.
The census developed the act that
in order to have the qualities essen
tial to the modern street surface. a
pavement must be durable, economi
cal, smooth, sanitary, resilient, dust
less, noiseless, free from glare and
brasion on tires, have low tractive
resistance, and be easy to repair and
construct without inconvenience to
traffic.
Pavements must incorporate these
qualities to meet the exacting needs
of Fifth avenue. Michigan boulvard,
Pennsylvania avenue and other famous
American thoroughfares.
The total capitalizati
dustries.in the District is mc
number of such establishme
ploying over 35,000 person,
Science and Sanit
Applied to Ice Ci
In order to procure an adequate
and satisfactory supply of basic raw
products, the Chapin-Sacks Manu
facturing Co. go to its source and
^ollect milk daily by mhotor truck
from selected dairies in the richest
agricultural sections adjacent to
Washington.
The fresh milk is laid down at their
treameries a few hours after milk
in g and from then on it is handled
n ly In sterilized containers and pipes.
At the creameries the miik is first
tested, then pasteurized and separated,
and the cream is shipped to the fac
tories that wili use it. where it is
placed in tremendous glass lined vats
that hold it at a low temperature
peneng its transition into the "Vel
vet Kind,"
The first process of manufacturing
Ice Cream is to again pasteurize the
E. G. Schafer Co
Instali
The E. Gi. Schafer Company, whole
sale plumbing and heating supplies.
have installed a pipe cutting and
threading machine, whIch has been
much needed by the plumbers and
steamftters in this city. Schafer &
'o. have also installed a drilling ma
chine for drilling of enameiware, such
as sinks, lavatories and bath tubs.
There has been great demand for
service of this kind. The modern
builder demands recessed bath tubs
which can be built into the tile wall
and Schafer & Co. have equipped
themselves with this machine a nd a
larg, supply of these special built
in tubs, so that the most fastidious
householdier can be satisfied. This
SINCE 1850~3ERVIC~-I
MORT I
GAU n U12-5U
aest, salema fuestiem Is hewq af
I&@ ainga
"Ws kit end of . war Na
ays the letter. "the mida et man.
led astray by militarist paslem., were
.aaapersted by the lIgq and bitter
ease of the codilet. sad aggrsvaed
by famie sa oa side and assanu
isted richee in the bad of a few e
beothelr. The war breygbt about two
other evils-- the dimiws"ttoi of e
jugal Sdlity and the disa5auts of
respect for ceastituted auli.rity. L
ceatioua habits followed. even among
young women, and there aree the
fatal doctrine of coemnaism, wita
the absolute destruet" of dutiful
relations between Ratioes sad be
tween fathers and children. Terrible
consequences ensuing have already
been eaperiemced."
The letter continue by illustratiag
the efficacy of the psarsage of St.
Joseph. "since the society of man
kind is founded on the family. and
anything strengthening (Cristian do
mestic organisation also strengthens
human society.
DE
4GTON INDUSTRIAL
WEL L IA
Operation Now, With
* Being Planned.
Marseilles-Algiers line; a service be
tween Paris and Geneva, and a long
international aerial route between
Paris, Prague, Warsaw, and Bucha
rest. For the convenience of Ameri
cans who desire to see the battlefields
on the western front there is to be a
service leaving Paris in the morning
and going via Chateau-Thierry and
Soissons to Rheims.
"The work we have accomplished
so far." said M. Flandin. under-secre
tary for aviation. "represents only a
small part of our program. But just
as soon as the necessary credits are
voted you will see a wonedrful in
crease in our activities. Our greatest
expense is in the purchase of landing
places. On account of the intricacies
of French law governing the sale of
real estate it is often necessary to
wait a year or a year and a half be
fore the government can acquire title
to a piece of property.
The regulations governing aerial
traffic were drawn up in October.
1919, by a convention agreed to by
the principal allied powers, but all
these powers have not yet ratified-the
convention. In these circumstances
the nations between which there is
regular aerial traffic have had to
make special conventions. France
and England. France and Switserland.
Prance and Belgium have signed such
agreements.
"Since the end of the war aerial
traffic has increased to an enormous
extent. Bewteen Paris and London
the service today comprises nearly a
hundred trips a month. In the month
of April 132 passengers and about ten
tons of merchandise were transported.
Twenty sacks of mail were carried in
the same month.
"Aerial traffic is one of the big
things of the future. The public is
showing more and more interest. In
an age when speed is all important
this is natural.
on of manufacturing in
re than $80,000,000. The
nts is in excess of 600, em
ation
team Manufacture
cream with sugar, then homogenize
it. The homogenisation process con
sists of breaking up the fat globules
by forcing them through small valves.
From the Homogenizer the cream
flows into holding vats and from them
as needed to the mixing vats, where
flavorings are added.
Again traveling by gravitation the
"mix" is run into the freeser, where
fruits are added to the fruit cream
immediately before freezing. It is
drawn from the freezer into cans or
molds, depending upon whether ii. is
to be bulk or brick ice cream, and is
placed in hardening rooms, where a
temeratulre ranging from zero to
15 degrees below is maintained.
From the hardening rooms the "Vel
vet Kind" goes out via the delivery
force to its hundreds of thousand, of
patrons, from Washington to Jackson
ville.
mpany
sNew Machinery
tbdrilling machine is the only one
south of New York.
This firm also carries a large stock
of electric pumping systems, which
are sold principally t hmrughout the
rural districts. The farmers are mak
ing money and are willing to spend
it to equip their homes with modern
conveniences, such as the bath room,
heating systems and electric light
and power plRants.
The Schafer Coinpany are optimistic
in their belief that WJashington will
continue to go to the front in the
commercial world and that the stress
which follows all wars has reachied
its peak and that 19Q0 and 1921 will
see better business than any time in
the past.
jfuTY-SAJTRFA710N
ClANS
~erewO.
lga3 173 PA.Avt U
WMANT HBS R I
LAUI -a m m
ON Trie
Loetere.
BALTIMORD. Aug. 2.--relewing
marital troubles whieh are said to
have lasted continuously for several
months. Mrs. Mary Pieksey. twenty
ive years old. 1403 East Pratt street,
was found dead at her home yester
day with a gas tube is her mouth
and a cord tied tightly around her
neck. A note found Is a pocket told
of quarrels with her husband and
complained of his ill-treatmest of her.
She was takes to St. Joseph's Hos
pital in as effort to save her life, but
was pronounced dead. Later the body
was taken to the morgue.
According to neighbors. Mrs. Pick
soy had been married to her present
husband about four months. Not long
ago she was arrested and charged
with bigamy, as it was discovered
that she had been married previously.
2EVL]
.BUILDING AND BUSI
I FRANCE
GERMANS SEEK MARKET
FOR FARM IMPLEMENTS
Germany has a surplus of agricul
tural machinery which it Is hoped to
sell in Central and south American
and Asiatic markets, according to a
statement issued by the American
Chamber of Commerce at London.
"The manufacture of agricultural
machinery in Germany has greatly
developed since the conclusion of the
war." said one of the American chain
ber's officials. "Before the war Ger
many imported from the United 8fltes
90 per cent of her requirements in
mowing machines, 20 per cent of hay
machines and 20 per cent of her mo
tor plows Therefore the report that
Germany has so developed her manu
factures as to have an exportable sur
plus will greatly surprise many people.
FARMERS SEE LOWER
COST IN MOTOR TRUCKS
Establishment of better marketing
conditions and the saving of time for
farmers were given as the advan
tages of the motor truck on the farm.
by the Department of Agriculture fol
lowing an investigation conducted
throughout the country.nan
The department foun , in answer to
questions asked truck owning farm
ers, that 95 per cent believe their
truck will prove a profitable invest
ment. The average estimated 'de
creased cost of farm help per farm
amounts to $324 per year, the depart
ment reports.
Hotel Occidental
Where Washingtomiam Dim
GUS BUCHHOLZ & SON,
Perwre
Capital Traction
Company
36th and M Sts. N. W.
GOVIA
to Mt. Vnon and Aulingto.
Qadekeet, mos convenient.
Ejectuic train leve frequent
ly froms 12th and Pensyl
wansae awinne.
Washington
Vfrginia R. Co.
Phone Main 397 for informatiom.
SMALL WORKt TELEPHONEM
EX01.USIVELY MAIN 310
'Where Quality anid Serviie
Meet"
Lewis Me Thayer
'iuamn-gaving
HOWARD S. PihbIC, Manager
507 13th St., Washington, D. U.,
Cut Your Cost On Sugar
urn
Wagner's Star Syrup
All Retail Grocers Hadle It.
'Tbe H. M. Wagner Co., Inc.
13th ad D ,Its. S. W.
MAIN OPPICE AND IE~ANT
T13 to 731 Least Ut. N. W.
Wsshgtoa . C.
Arcade Bldg., 14th St. A Park road
3210 Mount Pleasant St. N. W.
Phone Connections
pIj Col, 80 10 Four Linen
FRANK L WAGNER,
1415 H Street N. W.
WAIHINOTON. D. C.
Offe., Franhila 5411.
*aesdameo- Frmastai and
perss who Heard at the name
ae with Mr. Piteasy say that s
sad endeevored to snd her life sev
iSat t~n tace she was lovied sea
ioaeacs with a stocking tied around
see seck. but she wasn revived.
'RPAE TO 1DIC
WOME IN RACE RIOT
[ifftluai Plan To Take AeMls
Agat Twesty lamatis of New
Yark Beformatery.
BMDyUOI). N. Y.. Aug. V.-Ofioials
of the State reforinatory for women
in Bedford. It wa.b learned today,
bre going to ask the grand jury
to indict twenty of the prisoners
who tigureii In the recent sace riot
there. as .-i object lesson to other
inmate-s
Miss Florence Jonas. who has had
two thrilling moniha of .-xperience
trying to mnagj the "wi:d women'
there, has resigned.
EWV
INESS FIRMS
A COFFEE
THAT SUI
ROASTED
PACKED IN TIN C
JOHN H.
Phone eerth $14.
"THE VOICE WITH
THE SMILE WINS"
THE CHES)
TELE
COLUMBI
ROSSL1
Ask Year
COLUMBIA
Or Phone
TYPES FOR ALL CARS
Replace your old battery
with a FEDERAL. Distribu
tors wanted.
Federal Battery
Mfg. Corp.
Plant 1525 7th St. N. W.
LOUIS DOUNIS
& CO.
! Manafaeturers of
Martha Washingtn
Ice Cream Coes.
1124 9th St. N. W.
James E. Call.. Fred . Geyer
President Vice President
The Southern Garage, Inc.
Rear 1118 16th St. N. W.
Franklin and Holmes Specialists
Phone Main 157
ESSAR H. MSHER
CONCRETE
BUILINGS
M8NSET BUILUIUI
ASK FOR
HIOLZBEIERLE1N'S
CAKE
Geo. A. Simonds & Co.
[email protected] F Street N. W. Maim 6550.
DNDERS RULRS
BOOK SEWINGA FOR THE TRADE
Let me make yeur plas fer a
Beautiful Home
Linden LaRue Perrne.,
. esidenee Architect.
Celerade 324g. Maim 532.
A bastery of Hegeniseru in I
Theme machiaee by breaking up the
Veivet ia
EspleesM Ia Task start" Flame
HAVANA, Aug 2 --The 1.403-ten
oil-burning steamer ISaattage de Cuba,
owned by the impresa Naviera Com
pany, of t'uba. was destroyed by Are
yesterday in the harbor at Santiago
de Cuba. following as explosion of
o of her oil tanks. according to
messages received here. One freman
lost his life and two others of the
crew were seriously injured as a re
suit of the explosion and fire.
The destroyed vessel plied between
Santiago de Cuba and Porto Rico, and
had {.500 sacks of Porto tico coffee
aboard when she went down. The
'loss. including cargo, i estimated at
mnre- thatn 81.000,000. The vessel, it
Is said, was not insured.
LE "HITS THE SPOT"
) FRESH EVERY DAY
INS TO KEEP THE FLAVOR IN
WIUIUNS CO., Inc.
51e Rhode Island Ave. N. A.
SHtNOTON. l). C.
LPEAKE AND POTOMAC
PHONE COMPANY
A OILCO.
N, VA.
Dealer for
GASOLINE
Rosalyu 70
West 1012
OUR GUARANTEE
All goods seld by as are guar
anteed to be as represented.
Our purpose is to supply you
'cJfh the best of everythingr In our
line at the lowest possible price
OUR MOTTOt
NOT THE BEST BUT BETTER
THAN THE REST
Your for goed service
H. L. BLACK.& SON, INC.
MILK .
urCnr
wall
American Ice Co.
Westory Bldg.
Washington, D. C.
No. 1 Auto Repair A Welding Co.
A. G ROSSIGNOL, Prop.
Cattiag. Welding and Brustag
Casees Runan 40 satus a (SlNder.
A.PR ATOI E N r IAN
-A"" .PME MEN
Sveed Ciuduin heeded.
PRONE P3EANKLN 5014.
215 12th Street N. W.
Washtagton. D. C.
COOK WASTE PAPER CO.
PAPER STOCK
AND
PRESS RAGS
71.77 0 STR3JET N. W.
Washiuatem. D. C.
Pheme North 400. F. W. Schrumpf
1537-f5U PSTREETN.W
WASMINGTON.D.
Phone Main 8274
actery of the Chaplu-Eseka Corp.
fat globuies in the eam put the
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