THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1922.
4H HOTEL GUESTS IN PAJAMAS
DRIVEN OUT BY FIERCE FLAMES
Many Throng the Lobby of the Langwell,
While Others Shiver in Street.
Clad In pajamas and other cloth
lug snatched up In baste, 400 men
hnd wemon guests of the Hotel Iang
well, No 123 West 44th Street, tried
to keep Warm In the lobby early this
Meriting while firemen attacked .i
briskly burning blaze In a room on
the second floor. Many of the guests
carried poodle dogs, Jewel rases and
Many of the more timid women
atood across the street In tho biting
(Wind, some of them In evening dress.
"The flro, started by defecttoo In
sulation, was discovered Itaroom No.
206 shortly after midnight. Many
persons on the floors above were
aroused when smoko began seeplnc
through their doors.
David Nelson, night clerk, turned
In alarms. Joe William, the elevator
man, ran his car up and down mnny
times, arousing guests and bringing
them to the lobby. Assistant Chief
Martin and tliu firemen, who cama In
response to the alarms, put the fire
out in an hour. Tho damage was
TO COST TAXPAYERS
l h Mil M (IB MflBF
(Continued From First Pace.)
Commissioner Enright would replace
fthem la estimated at 1300,000, or
tlSO.000 more than the two old sta
tions.' This is the second chapter or
the Enright "economy" plan.
The third step consists of the aboli
tion of tho 31st and 25th Precincts
Which are located at No. 327 East 22d
Street and No. 160 East 35th Streets,
respectively. On the city's books the
former is valued at $44,000, while the
15th Precinct is valued at $59,000.
thus making their combined value
1103,000. Commissioner Enrlght's plan
la to replace the two with one sta
tion, the cost of which, land and
building, he estimates at 3250,000.
Hero Is represented an extra cost to
the taxpayer of $147,000 in chap
Commissioner Enright also pro
' ICSes that the 102d Precinct at Nq.
171 Bushwlck Avenue, Brooklyn, 1"
discontinued and that a new site and
. tulldlnff costing $215,000 be subs'.l.
x fated. The Bushwlck Avenue pnt-
trty, land and building, is assessed on
the city's books at $25,000. The ad
ditional cost here la $190,000.
The 120th Precinct Station, at Kul
ton Street and Flushing' Avenue.
Jamaica,- which is valued by the city
5 at $200,009, Is to be replaced by a sta
i' Hon costing $220,000.
That part of the Enright new sta-
"tion programme mentioned here
would coat $1,235,000. The official
valuations of the police stations and
Bites enumerated here to bo uban
4oned to the Sinking Fund Commls-
aion'a custody is $527,000. The dlffer
' ance of excess of cost to tho tax
payers In this part of the Enright
v "economy" plan alone Is $708,000.
Wright on job
'as'head of police
four years to-day
OF G.O. P. POLITICS,
(Continued From First Page.)
Commissioner Holds Record for
Incumbency Since Consolidation
of Greater City.
Four years ago to-day Police Com
ml sal oner Enrlirht waa a Desk Lieu
tenant In uniform at tho desk of tho
Bushwlck Avenue Station In Brooklyn.
He received an order to report forth
with to Mayor Hylan at City Hall
and a few minutes after a private talk
with him was escorted to Police
Iteadquartero by Qrover Whalcn, then
secretary to tho Mayor, as Police
Commissioner. He assumed offlco in
his Lieutenant's uniform.
. With his four years of service Com
missioner Enright holds the record for
Incumbency (since the consolidation
of Greater New York in 1898 by six
months over Gen. Theodore Dlnglium,
who was removed by Mayor McClellan
after three and a half years.
Among the accomplishments of
Commissioner Enright are:
Doing away with nine detective
bureaus housed outside of precinct
.headquarters and placing Captains in
command of detective divisions.
Completely changing the personnel
of the upper strata of the department.
Making of two Chief inspectors,
twelve Inspectors, thirty-nlno Cap
tains, the promotion of three Inspcc
tors to be Deputy Police Commission
ars asd the demotion of nine Inspec
Appointment of the ilrst woman
Deputy Commissioner, tho first
woman Special Commissioner and
first police woman.
Inaugurated the ten-platoon system
with a day off in six for every police
man as part of his announced deter
ml nation "to make a policeman's Job
a white man's slob."
Created more Honorary Deput Po
ilea Commissioners than any other
head of the department, the list of
these officials now numbering nine,
Abolished more station houses, flv
la one recent order, and consolidated
mora precincts than any predecessor
Stated recently that ho intended to
"stabilise, motorize and modcinire tho
disaster that will afreet overy Indus
trial and commercial activity," tho
1'icHldent made seven specific recom
mendations to tho 32G leadens of ugri
culturo and related lines hero for the
conference. These wore:
1 Extension of fanners' co-operative
marketing organizations. He In
dorsed tndtrcotly legislation pending
In Congress to exempt tlione organi
zations from Uie working of tho anti
trust laws, long held to bo ono of the
principal barriers to their frrowth.
: Provision must bo made for much
greater "working capital" for the
farmers. Means must .1)0 taken by
the Government and prlvato business
to Insure that "turnover capital shall
be generously supplied to tho fnrmor
1 und on as reasonable terms us to oilier
S The Govornmont must place
more csscntlni nnd scientific Infor
mation at the disposal of tho fnrmcia
and their marketing organization.
4 To aid both tho farmer und con
sumer, measures must bo taken to
prevent violent price fluctuations
which result "from unorganized und
5 The farmers will be boncflted
far seeing and wise transportation
policies. Tho President recognized a
greator use for waterways and sug
gested that eventually nearly all of
tho railroads of tho country bo elec
trified. He also risked arousing the
re of Eastern Republicans by giving
nquallfied Indorsement to the St.
Lawrence. Great Lakes waterway
project, recently framed by the Inter
national Joint Commission, which
ould 'enable ocean liners to dock nt
Great Luke ports.
C Tho fullest dovelonrncnt of na.
tional resources through Increased
reclamation of arid cut over and
The nutlon must obtain a new
conception of the fnrmers' pluco "In
our social and economic schema" und
must realize that tho fanner of to-day
a combination of tho expert scien
tist, the business man and tho worker.
Tho heart of tho continent, with
Its vast resources In both agriculture
nd Industry, would lo brought In
communlcatlan with all tho ocean
routes by tho execution ot tho Kt.
Lawrence waterway project,!; the
President said. "To cnablo ocean
going vessels to havo access to all tho
Dorta of tho Great Lakes would have
a most stimulating effect upon the In-
action of the
Hundreds of men and wo
men have already found
freedom from laxatives by
eating Fleiscbmann'a fresh
Doctors are now agreed that
proparallml nation of wast matter
should b brought about by food.
On doctor cornea right oat and
states plainly that tba indUcrlno
Inata nae of cathartics la on of tba
eaemea of constipation.
Ph yakiana all over tlaa country
are recommending Kleiachmanni
freah raatt bacauae It la a fresh
food, rich in thoae alamaats which
kp th InUatUea healthy. In one
aarias of tested cases, normal func
tion were restored In from 3 daja
to 5 weeks.
Try It cmtfoTToamelt Begin to
day by adding 2or 3 calces of Flelach
mann'a Yeast to your everyday
diet. Keep it up and see bow nor
mally and regularly yoar intaatinea
act. Be sure It's Ileischmsnn's
Yeast the famlUr tin-foil pack
age with th yellow labeL Place a
standing; order with your grocer.
What to Take for
CK HEAD ACE
hasjM eaw (ska 3 or I for a few nights after. Tbay
to their wooer fnnctleski sad
, the causes ol It pass away.
WmBOJOK THE BOWELS SBki
dustrliil life of tlio ronllncnl's-Interior.
"TI10 feasibility of the project Is
unquestioned, and Its cost, compared
with some other great engineering
works, would bo small. Disorganized
and prostrate, tlio nations of Central
Europe arc even now netting their
bands to tho development of n great
continental waterway which, connect
ing tho Rlilno and tho Panulx?, will
i..iHff n..t.. I miiunnrtntlfVn fmm flu.
UIIMH ..-..., " " J
lllack to tlio North Sea, from tho
Mediterranean to tlio Ualtlc.
"If nationalistic prejudices and eco-1
nomlo dimcultb's can o ovcrcomo by
Kuropc, they cetrtulniy snouid not Imj
formidable obstncles to nn achieve
rnrnt less expensive and giving prom
ise of yet creator advantages to the
peoples of North Ametlca,
"Not only would the cost of trans
portation lc greatly 1 educed, but a
vast population would be brought
oiurnlght In Immediate touch with tlio
mailtets of tlio cntlro world."
NO RATE REDUCTION
IN COAL SHIPMENTS
IIiij '. Iiulntrlee Arr Advlard
VSltlNOTON. Jnn. 23. .Secretary
Hoover minottnceil to-day thai there
would lie no rcdiu tlon In freight rules
on coal boforo April 1. when tho conl
The niinotim cini'M' wiim mode for the
ptirio.p of stlmutntliiK buying and stoi
ngo by rnllro!id.i and indnstrlesto meet
nn uxpectnd conl slrlkp. Mr. Hoover
wild Hint In the fnco of the coming co-il
rrlol" mnny flimfi wert lioldlr.R oft their
pnrchuses In the lioiw of lower rntes.
Hi Mutfinenl whs made after eon
fervnen with members of tho Interstate
iti:vii:i Kin.MPPixd i'ai.ij.
William Watt, eighteen, of Ucccli
hursl. I. I., told u Uldnnpplng tale
narrowing enough to malio oven a
rop's hair stand on end when ho was
found wandering about In a bewil
dering manner at Uroadway and 32d
Street ycBterday. When UllPs dad
unlvcd nt tho station Bill decided
that ho had not been kidnapped at all,
out that ho got homesick up at Pecks
M Military 'Academy and had run
out of monoy whllo making tracks for
U N NYC0RN
The Instant-Cooked Breakfast Cereal
A Breakfast Treat
A treat to eat because
SUNNYCORN is so delicious
and satisfying ; a treat to pre
pare because it cooks thor
oughly in 2 minutes Try
a package and enjoy its mel
low flavor and great con
venience in making.
COWPERTHWAIT & SONS
3d Avenue and 121st Street
2212 to 2224 Third Avenue
Park Row & Chatham Sq.
193 to 205 Park Row
Ask Your Grandfather
Who Is the Buyer for Your Family ?
You plan your family budget together you make a schedule of
how much you can save, and how much you can spend on food, cloth
ing, entertainment, and the comforts of home.
liut who carries out the budget?
"Who spends the contents of the little brown pay envelope taking
cave that every cent brings its full value?
Who remembers the one big asset of every family credit and
furnishes your home by means of it?
Judging by the names on pur books, it's a woman, and judging
by the many thousands there are, these careful buying women know
that Cowperth wait's credit is as helpful as their furniture is dependable.
Put the name of your family's "Purchasing Agent" on our books.
You will be proud of her management, and your home will be cozier for
some of our furniture, rugs, or other home comforts.
Harlem Store Open Monday Evenings 55T ) '
Both Stores Open Saturday Evenings Mfyfafoctef J Qfcf
$259Queen Anne 10-Piece Walnut Suite
Reduced from $375 Payable $3.25 Weekly
Well designed Dining lioom Suite, with 54-inch Buffet, 48-inch Table,
extending to 0 feet. SG-incli Server, 43-inch China Closet Chuira, with
genuine brown Spanish leather scats.
Many Handsome Designs in Walnut, Mahogany and Oak
$160 Colonial 4-Piece Mahogany Suite
Reduced from $225 Payable $2.25 Weekly
$178 Same Suite in Walnut Reduced from $250.
A substantial suite made along the severe lines of Colonial furniture.
Prettily grained wood. Dresser, Chifforobe, Dressing Table and full siie Bed.
The Dependable Daveno
A Night's Rest for the Extra Guest
Mahogany finish or oak frame with
brown Spunish Imperial imitation
leather. Opens to comfortable double
Special price $47.50
Wing Chairs in Tapcslry or
Luxurious, deeply upholstered
cbnir, with removable cushion
and spring-edge frame. Bcduced
from $94.60 to $67 50
Golden Oak Table $21.75. Chairs $3.40 ei.
A Handsome Dining Boom Set, of table and
5 chairs; 42-inch table, extends to 0 feet. Chairs
with seats of genuine brown Spanish leather.
Separata Buffets and China Closets
In golden oak nnd
ma ho ga ny finish.
Top 18 in. in diame
from $0 to...
Cane Wing Chairs
Comfortable and gracefal, with
carved arms and lop raili Antique
brown mahogany- Br- fcQf C f
duced from 934 to... Ckt3J
Axminster Manufacturers Samples
Uopiliirly $G7.50 Now.
Regularly 57.50 Now.
Regularly 45.00 Now.
Choice Selections from a Recent Importation of
Oriental Ruga, Reduced One-Third
DoznrRug Was $240 Now $160
Serapi Rug Was 100 Now 127
SaroukRug Was 155 Now 103
Pukin Chinese Rug Was $105
P r o i I I n
Top Tsfcla, 3Si
11 lochu. rtU
Every home needs onu
of theia tor merfren
clea. copper ro-
flnctor, nlckol trim
minrs, l: buraera.
Liberal Credit Terms
25c Weekly on $15 Worth
75c Weekly on $50 Worth
31.50 Weekly on $100 Worth
$2.50 Weekly on $200 Wortli
$12.50 Weekly on $1,000 Worth
Other Amounts In Proportion.
Pay by tbe Month if You 'iiu.
No Extra Charges of Any Kind.
10 Off for Cash
Cowperthwait & Sons
Oldest Furniture House in America
3rd Ave. and 121st St.
2212 to 2224 Third Avenue
Downtown Store: 193 to 205 Park Row
Between City Hall Sub" Station and Chatham Sq. "L" Station
Cornex 46& St.
Our Easy Payment Plan Appllos Everywhere Within 150 MMu of N. V.
We Furnlth Apartment! and Heme on Weekly or Monthly Payments.
4. Piece American Walnut Wlndtor Period Dlnlnu Rcom COI r en
Suite; Chairs with oenulne leather'allp eat extra as II. X I 1u
unrated, at .. "
In oak or mahonanv
Columbia Grafonolns from $30
on Our Easy Payment Plan.
ENGLANDER COUCH BED
Complete with spring and mat
tress; cretonne $?4,75
Complete Line of New Home Sewing Machines on Credit Up to 1110
46th St."50-7 Mt" 8th Ave.
"Pape's Cold Compound" Breaks any Cold in a Few Hours
Instant Relief! Don't stay .stuffed-
ii)! Quit blowing nnd snnllling! A
dose of "rapes Cold Compound
taken every two hours until three
iloses arc taken usually breaks any
cold riplit up.
T he first dose opens clopfrcd-np nns
trils and air passages of head; slops , upon Tape's. AdvL
nose rimninp: relieves headache, dull
ncss, fevcrishness, sneezing.
"1'npe's Qot Compound" is the
l l 1. . r i i
((iiii-M-!.. Miri:.tt rent' i kuuwii niiu
costs only a few cents nt drug stores.
it ncis wiinnuc n.ssisiance. ntsies
nice Contains no quinine. Insist
Fortify the system
against Colds, Grip
, and Influenza by
which destroy germs, act as a
tonic laxative, and keep the sys
tem in condition to throw off
attacks of Colds, Grip and In
fluenza. Be sure you get
The genuine bears thisaigcatufe
c Annum tpnit u cHph i t
Wlm wifW it wiaUc. Wa ymt
ki ipk4 jmndt. Wtra cUUJ
UVwti r nflitd is day in't
idtj. GttClLQ.ycUT. Tm&rMMt
tW iimhiiimh ( a atnan CM.
DqwaJ m IfiBV SUaJuJ Itmli Ur
hr ratraliw. TtUrt lira. Qaidtait
DraaaJ ni In htmraf Hr. IfJTl fr-
. au ODann; atraant
RELIEVES DEAFNESS and
STOPS HEAD NOISES
"Rub it in Rack of the Ears"
(JVeper Put In Ban)
Insert in Nostrils
Oaafaaw la rroatlr rliTd by a
alawlt tnataant vita laoaard Bar Oil.
Saaclal iMtractlona b a noUd Ear
SaaeUllit far dlffarrat klada af Deaf
au and Head NoUaa caatalatd la tack
Paekata. Laeaard Ear Oil la aot
cavrlmtnt. bat haa had a aarcaatfal
lilt tlnct 1M7. Yaa eannot afford ta
"it dnf." TBT THIS OIL. II hit
Halptd taoaaaada of paopla. VThf not
root For aala br rallabla dnwiita
arorrvkara. Tall 7oar drarslat ha taa
cat It for ran froaj kla wholraalar.
Doacrlptlra tlrtalar aont aa raqaeat.
. 0. LEODAKO, Im, 70 5th ., . T, Cltr
A Clear Skin
' Will Remit from Uolnr
The Famous RAG Prescription
Gota-Bo To-nlcht lOo. and 2 Go. tit Ilox
WOULD WANTS WORK WONUEU3
Open Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
Hurry, mother I Even a hick child
loves the "fruity" tustc of "California
Fig Syrup" and it never fails to open
the bowels. A tcuspoonful to-day ma
prevent a sick child to-morrow. If
constipated, bilious, feverish, fretful,
has cold, colic, or if stomach is sour,
to n cue coated, breath feverish, re
member a good cleansing of the little
bowels is often all that Is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genulnr
"California Fig Syrup" which has
directions for babies and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mother
You must say "California" or you
may get an imitation fig- syrup,
SAFE AND SANE
for Courtis & Cold
TKi, at rat to. dintiiai laa ail alHttt.
Oalih nlll No oftlaiaa.- ill aoarfaa
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