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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922
IS PRAISED; THEN
A STILL BLOWS UP
Haynes Predicts There Will Be1
No Change in Law to Per
mit Beer or Wines. .
National Prohibition Knfnrce.incnt
Director Hoy A. Haynes addressed
the Ministerial Conference of Xr-w
Tori: at the Fifth Avcnuo llnptlst
Clnirch to-day and said that "never
tn the history of civilization had u
law ko drastic lis was the Volstead
act been enforced so quickly and no
"There Is authority," he said, "for
saylnpr that tho enforcement la fit per
cent, complete, taUInu the country as
a whole. If I had" the voice of all tho
ministers In tho pulpits or tho pen of
nil the editors In tho country to toll
the truth about Prohibition I 'believe
U would become effective without the
use of a slnglo policeman's club or
tho services of a single detective.".
IMr. Haynes said that he heard
much of drinking at young people's
parties, but believed It was a fad
which would pass. He predicted
thcro would bo no changes In the
Volstead act making possible tho use
of beer and light wines as beverages.
There wan an explosion and a burst
of flame from tho apartments on the
second floor of No. 1238 Kitty-eighth
Street, Brooklyn, to-day. Joseph
. Plzzano, llftecn-yoar-old con of the
landlord, who lives on the ground
floor, ran Into the hall and met tho
Marios, man and wife, who occupied
tho second floor, tumbling down the
stairs with clothing bundled In their
"Wo go to call tho firemen" PI--zano
said they shouted to him as they
ran down tho street. Tho firemen
did not come and Plzzanp telephoned
for them. When tho fire was ex
tinguished It was found to have
started by tho leaking of alcohol
from a mponshino still Into tho gas
flamo of the kitchen stove. Thlrty
flvo ono gallon cans of alcohol wr.r
found unburned in a front room and
several boxes of raisins.
A policeman was posted at the door
to question the Marios when they re
turned. Ho had seen nothing of them
up to this afternoon.
two vbahs von sTi:r,i.NO kim:
i.vti iiv hoooii snt.ujiis.
Jeff C. Bordenu. formerly a clerk in
the office of tho United States District
Court, wvs sentenced to two years In
Atlanta Penitentiary to-day by Judse
Knor. Bcrdeau, who was arrested in
l.os Angeles two weeks ago. chargod
with hnvinK embezzled fines collected
from violators ofthe Volstead law last
summer to the amotit of $1,100. pleaded
-rnllty to (stealing one particular fine of
$120. Ha Is thirty-two years old and
Is ft wlfo and child.
i Yields Only a
i 'Lot of Boloney'
But Stranger Was Certain rk Saw
PioprietorH of delicatessen shops
weie notified to-day liy the police
that tho law compelling them to closo
after 7 o'clock Sunday njghts would
bo strictly Enforced: that tho law ap
plied equally to the sale of booze and
Last night a man stood opposite a
delicatessen shop In Eighth Avenvo
and observed a stranger enter tho
place and carefully oloso tho door
behind him. In tho coft light of the
shop the man across the street ob
served tho proprietor put his finger
on his lips and tho other nod his
head. Shortly after the stranger was
handed n package, tho cash register
clanged and tho stranger, bowing low,
made his exit.
Tho observing man hurried across
tho street, opened and closed tho door
and stepped up to tho proprietor with
his linger on his lips, looked care
fully around, while tho proprietor
divided his glances between tho In
truder, tho cash register anil the tele
phone. "Give mo a pint," said the visitor.
"Pint of what?" demanded tho
"Same as you gave that fellow that
Just went out."
"Oh." said tho shop owner. "Why,
he only got halt a pound of bologna."
nut tho thirsty Invader wouldn't
bcliovc that he hadn't stumbled by
chance on a "speak easy," and It
took the greatest amount of persua
sion on tho part of tho proprietor to
convince him. Finally, his face a pic
ture of melancholy and his head bont
low, ho shuffled out, muttering some
thing about "a lot of boloney."
WOMAN FLYER FALLS
2,000 FEET TO DEATH
STOCKHOLM, Jan. 23. Els.a Ander
son, the only Swedish woman to hold
an aviator's certificate, was killed nt
Four thousand spectators were watch
ing Oicr make a flight and were horri
fied when Miss Anderson, In attempting
it parachute descent from tho machine,
fell like a plummet to the earth. The
parachute failed to open and the avi
atrlx plunged 2.000 feet to death.
SAVED FROM FIRE
IN WASHINGTON ST.
Carried" Down lce-Cover.l I a.l
1 Jers1 From Hoof In l:.ir!y,
Kniiitei'it families weie. ie.cued
from flro nt No. S13 Washington
Street early this morning when they
wero curried down ice-covcrcil Inddem
from tho roof. Many cf them tuf.
fercd turnbly, however, from tho cold,
for they wero In night clothes and
had to make tho descent through n
spray of water which froze as .soon
as It touched the building.
Tho wo i st pari of the fight was in
a narrow ulley behind the buildhv.
Tho flames shot up through tho
house, a five-story tenement, the
flro escape and oven the aerial lad
dors. This is why tho firemen wero
obliged o keep the hprny on tho
Thcro were eighty tenants and nl
least fifty of them were oanieil down
ladders. Truck Company No. 12, tin
der Lieut, llauscr, threw up the first
75-foot aerial In tha alley. Truck
Company No. 15 put one tip In front.
Some of tho frightened tenants were
threatening to jump and a life net
was prepared but not used.
PatVolman Harry Lavln, after turn
ing in tho alarm, got back to tho
In spite of their wonderful
food value, it takes 3
pounds of Deans to equal
one pound of good cheese 1
Cheese is concentrated food!
Mado from pure milk and
cream. Rich in butter fat
and protein. Contains more
"oif amines" than any other
kind of food. Only the genu,
ine has "PHILADELPHIA"
on the label.
DRINKS RUM PUBLICLY
AND CANT BE ARRESTED
Colonrl Iln n IV mil I J i n 111
Dry Hruil Himself.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. Uout. Col.
K J, Oordon Kane, retired, who still uf
'rrs from the effects of wounds received
r the Civil War. is -ne of tho few per
sons in tho country who has a permit to
arry liquor. The document, signed by
Prohibition Commissioner Haynes hlm--clf,
permits him to carry half a pint of
whiskey In his pocket, his hand, or any
It came from a recent incident In a
train between New York and Wushlng
lon. Col. Kane took out his flask tn
linvo .1 drink and tho porter protested.
'ol. Kane held tho flask aloft and said
h didn't enre who knew It. Itallroiid 1
employees appeared until about every- I
one nboard except tho engineer mil I
firemen were on hand, but Col. Kane '
(tared them to put nun off and finally ,
was allowed to take Ills drink In neace.
When ho reached Washington he got a
erMflento from Urn Surgeon-Generil
he needed whiskey as a medicine, and
the permit followed.
No matter how much hot
water I use there seems no
end to the supply. I never
have to wait for it ''the
l.ovekln way," and it'
Buy It From Your Plumber
The LoTtkin Water Healer Co.
New York Factory Branch,
25S Canal Street
AUTOMATIC CAS WATER HEATER
FOURTEENTH STREET founded 1S11 WEST OF FIFTH AVE.
Every housewife is familiar w i t h this
famous make and will be delighted to add
these special price pieces to her collection
of cooking utensils.
Wear-Ever Rice Boilers
Wear-Ever Stew Pans
- - 2-ql. size wit h
cover to fit were $1.39,
Wear - Ever Straight Sauce
Pans with c o v 0 r and side
handles- - J--it. size were -2.5r,
During this Sale, a service expert uill be
at this store io explain the care and line
of these utensils.
No C. O. D. or Telephone Orders.
Kitchen Sets Largo size hard wood strong and well made
complete M-ts of rack ami 8 pieces included are .spoons,
lolling pin, steak pounder and cream whip.
Larger Size, 10 pieces, including meat
Aluminum Sauce Pan Sets 1, XY and 2-qt. sizes
Shelf Oil Cloths 8 inches with- scalloped edges- -
plain white and fancy patterns Yard,
Reversible Table Oil Cloths IJ4 yards wide- -
wanted patterns Yard,
See Page 23 for Other Hearn Advertising
1 "Hiding In time to hep tho family of
Anna ICennoy, four of them, tip to the
roof and down to tho street by wny
"i an adjoining building. - Lfivlti
slipped on the ley lire cscnpo find cut
Mi hand. John O'ICccfo of No. 82
SiiiiM'WHirt Street helped a woman
get her two children to tlto roof,
whence tlioy wero carried down n, lad
der. Deputy Klro Chief Martin enmc
on tho second alarm. Tho Interior or
tho building was destroyed and tho
loss Is estimated nt $25,000.
FIVE SAVED AT SEA
IN STORM-TOSSED BOAT
HOSTON, .Tan. 23. Tho rescuo at sea
from an open boat oft St. John's, N. F
or ilvo men who had been exposed for
several day and nights after abandon
ing the llrltlsh schooner Ktleen Lake,
was announced by tho HcIkImi ateani
ship I'creler In radiograms received hero
Tho cook of tho schooner lost Ids life,
dylns tho cecond night tho crow spent
lii their little boat.
Tho l'eraler, bound from Now York
for Antwerp, said the Jilleen Ldiko wan
n. 'ai.loncj on Jnn. Ill on Ht. I'iem
Minn.. The tlllcin Lake, a Ahooner of HI
tunc, Is listed as belnir In command of
0110 Noteworthy, and nn Inut reported
011 a uynse between Lisbon and
HOLD-UP AS CROWDS PASS.
Three robbers, with caps pulled down
and levolvers raised, clcnnoJ out tho
cash register and robbed John Moglcr of
No. 134 IJIcccker Street, tho proprietor;
a waiter and the chef of a restaurant
at No, 129 Third Avenue, cornor of 14th
Tho hold-up took plnco at 2.30 o'clock
In tho morning wlillo hundreds of per
rons afoot or In taxlcabs wero passing.
Curtained windows In front of tho res
taurant masked tho hold-up men from
snriller mills in towns of New London
Mini Windham Counties along the
Alnosiii'liusett. line went on a new watte
(M-hedtiln to-dny with all Increase In
bonis from to 55 Tho wnso cut Is
about .'0 .or cent, but In mill circles
It l stated that as most of tho cm
iilies are 'piece workers" tho actual
difference In wages Is not so much.
Tlu rr art- about 18,0110 persons nf
fi"t'd hy the new wage conditions In
this itmiietlhitb sectlun.
COSN. COTTON MILLS
ON NEW WAGE SCHEDULE
PXiAlXFIinjD, Conn.. Jan. 23. at Any
cotton mills In Northeastern iCnnocUtu.
Including the larger plants In this town,
KlUIngly. Putnam and Thompson mid tho
I For Infants
' & InTsfirfs
Tn. "Food-Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office,
Fountains. Ath for HORUC1CS.
S-Avoid Imitations & SnbstihdM
IN THE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
Save 2c a Cake
Save 4c a Jar
EAGLE SW EE
Save 7Wa Cake
10c a Package Less Than Other Advertised Brands
Save 3c a Can
Save 3c a Can
Fresh Packed Direct From Choicest Milk Producing Districts
Quaker Oats i . smaI1 pkge 10c
Mother s Oats I
Karo Blue Label Syrup l1 lb can 1 c
Glen Rosa Marmalade 16 oz jar - 25c
Hellman's jX, Mayonnaise, small 12c
Heinz Baked Beans sm can lc
;;,r, Smoked Sardines can lOc
Ginger Snaps, lb 16c
Social Tea Biscuits, pkg 13c Bouquet Sandwiches, lb 30c
A&P bole Distributors
fpSfil ORANGE PEKOE
36 STORES OPENED IN THE U. S. A. THIS WEEK
U STOKES OPENED IN TID2 JV1ETUOPOLITAN DISTIUCT
KM Tarl; A-.ei,ue. N Wt
Vt Groenwlch Rtict v
lft UlKllth Avenue. Hi " !' -
i!5 ifvlmont A!.'!- 1 '"iv
is I r.rand Htr.'fi I'"
ail) Van lh'Ullt Btr. I
1-' Krldfio HUiH. in s
IS Jewtlt . ni.' . I'ort Rlchihoml, 8 I.
21.1 Main rt'n-l. TU' kuho.-. N V
.1.M huiini i .il .I'MW, riiimmlt, N J
17ft Alid.'i" " Sti. t flirfulltr. N J
M' lr i-' A mi-. ..WAark. N J
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N K H'iIi. l ii r(trot. lliiakfll. ,N J
6REAT B i bHll I IV fiOI GU.
Tito Wor'.iiN I. anjest Grocery tlnusr i53 siorcs hi Ihe L'. S.
GommonclnA dantiaru. 25
Because we are painting our store and are overrun"
with workmen we arc anxious to unload asrrjucH
stock as possible.. This
saves movi rvg i t
around, and we have
forward our annual
20 to EjOVo:
have been made iri all
Sligh Make Bed Room Tables early an d get the
i American Walnut. $10.98 benefit vof the largest
illuttratod, onch nt 1 0 selection.
CREDIT-r-Generously if Desired
High Grade Sligh Make Period Bed Room Suite, in I Cory '
Cnruittinff of Dretier, Toilet Table, Vanity Drener and $O)750
full size Bow Foot-End Bed; four pieces; at CtCt I
With Twin Brdt, as illustrated, $279.50
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
HOTR TRUCK OEUVERY
Three-Piece Genuine Leather Licing Room Suite
Massive Frames in Mahogany finish: upholstered in Crk jrik
genuine Leather; indestructible springs in seats; 3 fjrm Jj
pieces, as illustrated, at VmJ y
In five minutes "Pape's Diapepsin" e.nds:
Indigestion Gases Heartburn
Sourness Flatulence Palpitation
"Piipp's Dinprpsiii" "rcnlly ilot-s"
put bud stomiichs In order- -'ri'.illy
does" ovcu'omc liuliirestion, (lyii)i'p
slu, kos, licartliurn mill aonriicss in
fhe minutes that jui.t tluit iniikcs
Pane's Dliipepsiii the laraest selliliK
stmniich rcgnlatiir i tin- world.
If what on rut ferments Into stub
born lumps, with iras, and you eructate
sour, undigested food and acid; head
is dizzy aTid aclies, remember the mo
ment 1 ape s Diapepsin eomes in
contact with the stomach 'tfHSucli dh
tress vanishes. It's truly iiitimishin
almost marvelous and th'e'joy If it
hannlcssiicss. A larRC sixtyfent erisu
of Pape's Diapepsin is wortll'itS weight
in K'dd to men and women tvlio enn't
pet their .stomachs rcptihitrtl.c It be
longs in your home should "always ho
kept handy in ease of a .sick, sour,
upset stomach during the dlty or at
nljilit. It's the most efficient- antacid
and stomach regulator in theworld.
IF KIDNEYS ACT
BAD TAKE SALTS
Says Backache is sign you have
been eating too much
W hen joii wake lip with a dull
misery in the kidney region it gvn
cr.illy means you lime been rating t
much meat, says a well-knoun au
thority. Meat forms uric arid which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to lllter it from the blood and they
become sort of paruljzed and logy.
When your kidneys (ret slujjgi.sli and
clujr you must relieve thrin, like on
relieve your bowels; removing all the
body's urinous waste, el-o um have
I. .L.w.i licl. I,..m,1,.,1,,. .Mr'.i- i..Ha.
yiir stoinueh sours, tongue is coated,
and when the weather Is bad on have
I.'ltlw.r Kimiiill .. nn.wl rll.,l.l.. i.l.v-
sician at once or get from your pliar
l. lilw,tlf fntt ,yf I ... I
Salts; take a tablebpoonful in a pinss
OI .iicr oeioic urriiKiasi lor a ie
days and your kidneys will then act
tine. This (unions salts is made from
the arid of (trapes and lemon iuiee,
combined with litlilu, and Ii is lu-t n
used for generations to clean .ind
stimulate sluggish kidneys, aim to
neutralize acids m it no longer
Jail Salts Is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It Is Inexpensive, ciiimot
iujine and makes a delightful eil'er
reent llthiH-wuter drink. -Adkt.
Half Sick, Cross Husbands Will
Be Helped by Glide's s
Is he "cross as a bear' whciii he,
comes lionu'? Is he nervous mid a
bit pale and always tired? You can
help him back to health with Gude'-s
l'cptu-Mangun. He is run-down, and
Pepto-.Mangaii, the wonderful blood
enilc with the right kind of iron In it.
ivill build him up. Help your husband
get plenty of red blood and he-will bo
well and good-natured 'gnln and
stronger, too. Good bfflMI; good
health, makes happy gooiyumor
th.it is the way it goes. If don't
give him some kind of a tunic be will
probably get worse they usually do.
Go to the drug store and aik for
Glide's Peptu-Muugiiu in liquid or
tablet form, It is pleasant tf take
and works wonders if taken daily tor
i few weeks. - Adit. ;
For Infanta and CbUdrea
In Use For 0ver3PYr