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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, August 19, 1919, Image 3

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WJI.SO^-TO MEET SENaTORS
Foifcu-gii Relc/tjiapis Coirhmittieje to Ask '
Abvat Peace Treaty . ||
"MeirJber4r of .< tie Foreign f-Rela
i j * ? '* ?-* .*?> vt -
tions Committee of the Senate today
will question President Wilson about;
tho pcade treaty and the league ofi
nations covenant. The conference
wilJ begin at the White House* ati
10 a. m.
Republicans are planning questions
about the Shantung settlement.
British representation on the league,
and . other points on which informa
tion has been sought at committee
hearings during the past weeks.
After the conference, administra
tion leaders are planning to force
the treaty out of committee as soon
.as possible. Senator Hitchcock,
ranking minority member, predicts
proposed amendments will be? de
feated by the Senate' as rapidly as
they are called up.
The President also is to be asked
about the affect of suggested resi
trvations. They have been consider-1
ed as a possible means of compro
mise.
Fullest publicity is to be given
the conference. Stenographers will
toko down all that is said, arid will
release it to newspapermen while
the conferences progresses.
CAR STRIKE ENDS
Details of Tentative Agreeimenjt Not
Divulged After Meeting
? New Yo'rk, An?- 19.?The' subway
'and elevated railway strike ended'
?late last night when members of
(the Intei'borough System Brother
hood voted to accept the agreement
'reached, by their representative, P.
If. Connelly, with Public Service
[Commissioner Nixon, Vice President
land General Manager Frank lied
ley. of the In.terborough Rapid Tran
sit Company, and others' in >Tr. N
''>?'3 offi-ie,
i The full electrical power was sera
lover the entire interborough system
'at midnight and the* resumption cf
jfullfservice c'n all its lifijes followed
fas speedily as ? possible'. : By.-the
time New York*? traveling mill-ions
Kvere' ready to go to "office and fac
tory this morhing the service was
in full swing.
The' terms of agreement tenta
tively accepted by Connolly and rat
ified last night at a System Broth
erhood ^meeting, g^ve the strikers
half of the 51) per cent wage in
crease de'ma.nded, leaving the re
maining 25 per cent to be settled by
'arbitration. < ^
CHOLERA SWEEPS CHINA
Cholera is raging in many ports of (
China; Shanghai, Dairen and Tientsin
have become infected and there have
been numerous deaths.
The epidemic has appeared at Ibc
encampment at Lang-Fang, near Pek
ing, resulting in almost a thousand
caused by the. outbreak of the dis
deaths. Widespread alarm has beer
ease. ? '?
"Why I Put Up \Vith Rats for Years."
Writes N. Windsor, Farmer.
<rY eavs ago I bought some rat pois
on. which nearly kilted our fine watch
dog. It so scared us that we r.uffeied
a long time with rats until my neigh
bor told me about RAT-SNAP. That's
the sure rat killer and a safe one.,;
Three sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and
guaranteed by R. E. Knight and Son,
Alexandria; Mankin's Store, Falls
Church.
A perfect leaven
erfor any flour?
it costs no more
than the low
grade powders
and is the best
at any price.
THE WHOLESOME
BAKING POWDER
Go buy it today
imbsshiwe ??mil'linn??a
Excursion
MASTER MASONS' CLUB
of Alexandria, Va.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919.
MARSHAL! HALL
Boat leave Washington 10 a. m., 2.30 p. m., 6.30 p.in..
Boat leaves Alexandria 10.30 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.
Adults 50c ?" Children 25c
Come and Have A Good Time With Us
' Me ais In Storage
Not "Hoarded"
Live stock is a seasonal crop?like cereals and grains.
It is" ripe" and is marketed in larger quantities in
certain months. This causes a natural oversupply at
one time and a natural shortage at another. >
During the time of oversupply Swift & Company
places some of the meat in cold storage, against the
season of short production. ji
This is a necessity in order that the nation's ration,
of meat?58,000,000 pounds every day in the year?^
may be forthcoming as the consumer requires it. :
This is not hoarding, not price manipulation, not
market control. It is mere common sense.
United States Bureau of Markets1 figures of stocks
of frozen and cured meats July 1 are being used a:s>a
basis for Department of Justice investigations in many
cities. When properly analyzed, based on Swift &
Company's stocks, these figures show:
62 per cent (approximate) is pork end beef cuts, etc.,
cured and in process of curing". It takes 30 to 90
days in pickle or salt to complete the curing process.
12 per cent is frozen pork, of which more than three
quarters is to be cured in the next few months.
7 per cent is lard. This is a normal supply and only
four-fifths of a pound per capita, and much of it
will have to go to supply European needs.
19 per cent is frozen beef and lamb, and miscellaneous
meats, part of which is owned by the Government
and was intended chiefly for overseas shipment. If
this were all diverted to domestic trade channels it
would be only 2^2 lbs. per capita?a 5 days' supply.
100%
From this it will be seen that "meats in storage"
represent unfinished goods in process of curing
and the working supply necessary to assure the
consumer a steady flow of finished product.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Alexandria Local Branch, Prince and Union Streets
L. L. Armisteaa, Manager
D. Bendheim an
Alexandria's Best Store
V- v >?
v *' {
Wednesday and Thursday Only
1 ?
Our
Presenting a Savings
20 to 50 Per Cent
? We have removed the last excuse any woman may have of waiting until winter to buy her furs.
We were fortunate enough to purchase early this spring all our furs for our various stores
V at prices which prevailed then. Now fur prices have gone "sky high" with practically no selec
tion to be had in good furs.
Our Stock Offers a Splendid Selection. Every Fur Gar
ment or Piece Sold With Our Guarantee
BEAUTIFUL
HUDSON SEAL
COATS
In sport models as well
as semi-conservative style
Every garment silk lined.
Shawl collars and belted.
Finest selected skins at a
saving of
25 to 33j
Per Cent
Announcement
We have secured the services of Mr.
Groth who is considered one of the
greatest peltry experts in the country.
Mr. Groth will be here on both days
of the sale and we invite you to come
in. His advice regarding furs will be of
distinct advantage to you.
su..
YOUR INSPECTION
WILL MEAN YOUR APPROVAL
NEW
SCARFS
Showing the cleverest
and snappiest furs of tli?
season. Wonderful selec
tion of taupe wolf, cross
fox, nutria etc. In a large
variety of different mo
dels at a savings of
20 to 50
Per Cent
ON A
DEPOSIT '
? * ? f
Of a ;.rea s o n a b I e
'?* . :' ? r ?
amount .. we -will/. - lav
away any garment or
fur piece you may select
and we will hold them
until wanted this fait..
1
D Bendheim Sons.
Some Very Clever
Muskrat Coats
These coats are truly beautiful and are bound to
be the most-popular-of the season. Every skin is se
lected carefully. The workmanship is splendid and
the style is bound to please. We take pleasure in re
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questing your inspection. The saving on these coats is
25 to 333 Per Cent
FUR DEPARTMENT?SECOND FLOOR.
OUR
GUARANTEE
Covers (he workman
ship and quality of
every fur piece or gar
ment.
We buy nothing but
the best skins. Have the
highest class designers
and and furriers finish
every piece. So you are
assured of the best.
D. Bendheim Sons
-y
Women's 'mercerized hose. Double
\ ? ? ?
tops, high spliced heels, .double out
sizes in white. Regular price 59c 39c
"Betsy Ross" pure silk / hosiery.
black, white and navy.
Women's drop stitch pure silk
hosiery, high spliced heels. Regular
$2.00- special $1.79
Silk Gloves
White silk gloves with black stitch
ing also black with white stitching,
all sizes, regular $1.00 79c
Men's Collars
i
Men's collars, a clean up of every
mans collar in stock. This includes Ar
row Brand as well as other famous
brands
PLUSH
HAND BAGS
2 large plush hand bags, silk
lined, assorted colors, regular
price $6.98, special ..... $4.98
1 II V
I
NEW 1
ji COLLARS
* .
j 3 new organdies and net
vesties trimmed in tucks with
. and without collars. Regular
$1.59, special $1.00
VOILE
Every voile or organdie dress in stock, regardless of whether
it sold for $12.95 or $29.75. Including the fancy figured and
georgette crepe pattern voiles. Some of these dresses are samples
of the very high price voiles. We must close them out to make ;!
room for our fall merchandise. TOMORROW WHILE THEY i
LAST
BENDHEIM?SECOND FLOOR.

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