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Priee realiase on swift i 06W *emr' sales of cerceas beef s ahle easete sold out for period shows below. as subllshed is the news "asers, averaged as follows. show tRg the teadeacV of the MWSta~t Wek Ag 69 NT.Av Pre ,ase 12....... ...-- 3$-3$ . .. 1..... .... 32 Jars $... I.. 3i i July $ .... 3.1$ July 10 .... 32.73 ,aey 1........ ......... 2N Jay 27.... .. . .-.. 15 July 31..$14.11 $6."1.. $3$.54 Swift & Company U. S. A, TO 'THE SEASHORE Delightful Week-end Trips to Ocean View Virginia Beach Willoughby Beach Buckroe Beach Cape Henry Boating, Bathing, Fishing BOSTON and PROVIDENCE By Sea CITY TICKET OFFICE 731 15th St. N. W. Woodward 'Building NORFOLK & WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. INETIVE GENIUS MAKES CALOMEL DELIGHTFUL Calomel, the Most Valuable of Drugs, Now PeH6ed From Its Nausea and Danger-"Calo tabs" -the New Name. The medicinal virtues of calomel are in no way connected with its nauseat ing and dangerous qualltles,l as is proven by the fact that the new cal omel tablet, called Calotab. is free from objectionable effects yet retains all of the liver-cleansing and system purifying qualities of the old-style calonel. For biliousness. headaches. constipation atd indigestion, and wherever calt "..el is es'sentiali. thet new de-nauseated calomel tablet is a practically perfect laxative. To inspire public confidepce in this new discovery the manufacturers have authorized druggists ev<rywhero to refund the price if the customer Is not perfectly delighted" with Cabo tabs. Sold only in original packages. sealed. Price thirty-ive ents. n. tablet at bedtime with a swallow of water. No taste, no nausea. no grip ing, no salts. You wake up in the morning with a clean liver, feeliug fne. and a hearty appetite for b ak fast. Eat what you please-no dan ger. Poac=aut has no mercy on roaches, water 'bugs, ants and other insects. It doesn't merely drive them out it .11le them. Sprinkle it around tonight; in the cupboard, around the sr-base, behind the ink. It agoes ight in where the pests live and breed. You can buy Barrett's 'Raehmult at drug and grocery stores in 15, 30 and 60 cent cans. After you eat-always us. --one or totablets-eat like canay. Instantly MOesHeartburn, Bloated Acid-Stomach FATONIC i. the bestremedy, It takes the harmful acids and gases right out of the body and, of course, you get well. Tensof thousands wonderfully benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded by your own drug-. gist., Cost a trifle. Please try it! Are You Keeping Up With THE TIMES? PANAMA WIL HAVE COMMERCESCHOOL John Barrett, Former Pan Amerloon DrWector, to Head New Enterprie. On January 1' next will be opened. under the special patronage and co operation of the government of Pa2a ma. the, Pan-American College of Commerce, which will be a "Platts bug" or training camp of Pan-Ameri can trade f9r intensive study. in two complete six months' courses each year. of every phase of Pan-American commercial and economic relation ship. The 'members of the school will come from the chambers of commerce. commercial organisations, foreign trade firms and educational institu tions of the commercial centers of both continents, and they will have at their disposal the practical tacili ties and unequalled sources of knowl edge provided by the Panama canal, its administration, its operation and its bearing on every phase of inter national commerce. The government of Panama has issued a special decree providing for the college and has dedicated to its use up-to-date buildings and grounds. Its administrative success is assured from the fact that Hon. John Barrett. the retiring director general of the Pan-American Union and former United States Minister to Argentina. Panama and Colombia, has accepted the responsible post of president of the administrative council, In making the announcement Charge d'Affaires Lefevre says: "The Republic of Panama views with enthusiasm the plan for the es tablishment of the Pan-American Col lege at Panama City. It will be the first "Plattsburg" or training camp for the international field of business ever organized and it is most fitting that it should be located at Panama. which is geographically and on ac count of the canal, the point of con tact between the Anfericas." J. W. Alexander, Secretary of the Department of Commerce, in an of ficial letter says: "It gives me pleasure to assure you that in my judgment the Pan-Ameri can Collegt of Commerce in Panama will be a most practical step in pro moting closer relationship. among the Pan-American republics and enlarg ing their trade with all the world' Newton D. Baker. Secretary of \ ar, in a similar letter says: "The proposed establishment of this college in Panama city meets with my hearty approval, and 1 can not help but feel that under Mr. Barrett's able guidance it will not only result in stimulating the commerce of North and South America, but also a better and closer understanding between the peoples of theme two continnents." Us S. WILL PRESS FOODPROFITEERS Department of Justice Becomes Active Against Thirty-six Indicted in Chcago. Cises against thirty-six firms and individual dealers in foodstuffs. in and around Chicago, indicted for alleged profiteering and other violations of the Lever act, will be pressed for e tion by the Department of Justice this week, it became known today. The men involved include a numbef who are declared by officials here to be largely responsible for big in creases in the cost of sugar to middle West consumers. It is charged her. that a "ring" existed, through which quantities' of sugar were bought in the East at ordinary rates, and dis tributed from Chicago to middle Western consumers at extortionate prices. Other men, against whom ac tion is pending, were indicted for food and clothing profiteering during the Department of Justice's campaign re cently. I Special assistants to the Attorney General, in charge of prosecutions, are understood to be dissatisfied with the delay in the prosecutions at Chi cago. It is understood that speical attorneys will be sent from New York and elsewhere to assist local United States attorneys in bringing the cases to court and securing heavy sen. tences. The men who probably will be sent irtve been very successful In a num'ber of similar cases which have come up at New York. Pittsburgh. Boston, and other cities of the East. FIRST AIRPLANE THlEFT REPORTEDIN CICAGO Macine Stripped of Valuables When It Is Forced To Make Landing. CHICAGO, Aug. 2.-The first theft of an airplane in Chicago was reported to the authorities last night. Two men were seen to open the hangar at Cbeckerboard field and a moment later trundled a standard plane to the field. One climbed i,$'o the cockpit. the other primed the motor and turned the propeller. "Contact." yelled the pIlot, and with a roar the plane took to the air as the ground man swiAng into the me chanic's seat. Pillots took the air to search for the stolen plane. They found it several miles away. The thieves had been Forced down by en gine trouble. They had stripped the plane of instruments valued at several hundred do~srs. RELATIVES IGNORE RITES FOR DISH WASHlER-DOCTOR PITTSBURO, Aug. 2:--A simpoe ten-aninute service at an undertaker's and burial in Marmaville 'emneterv marked the final chapter today in the life of 1)r. Harry E. Campbell. former Pittsburg physician, who died in New York. whtere he was wor~king as a dishwasher in a restaurant. Neither his daughter, upon whom he is said to have spent a fortune in cultivating her toice, nor his wife would have anything to do with the funeral arrangements. SAYS ABOLISH OWN OFFICE. MEXTCO ('ITY, Aug. 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