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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1922.
Canadian Utters a Warning to
. Congress Against the Effects
. of an Unwise Tariff Barrier
. Raised Against the Dominion
By Roger Datchelder.
"I think that the American people
In framing their tariff pollclea and
navigation laws should nlwaya re
member this that dunnila buys moro
from them than any other country. In
other wofds, Canada la thn best cus
tomer of the United Statcy. On lio
other hand, Canada's beat ciwtomer In
Great Britain, niul tlio Inevitable re
ult of high tarllfa und extreme navf.
tratlon regulations, toKolhcr with thu
demands for high premiums In money
exchange, will lead to the induction of
Canada's buying- In this countiy.
There Is no suggestion of Hl-feellng In
thlB statement; It Is merely an oidl
nary business proposition."
So Bald D. C. Coleman, Vire "Presi
dent, Western lines of the Canadian
Pacific Ilallroad, who Is at the Com
modore, from Winnipeg.
Mr. Coleman declared that his tac
tion of Canada was In relatively liettcr
condition after the business slump
than Eastern Canada and the United
"During the last harvest our wheat
fields produced 268,000,000 bushels for
the market," ho declared. "That, the
second largest crop In tho history of
Canada, was encouraging to . tho
farmers despite tho deflation In wheat,
coarse grains and live stock. They
will find production costs much re
duced this year, and as every consid
eration will bo given them by loaning
and banking communities and the
railroad, their outlook Is by no means
Colonists who havo entered the sec
tions developed by the Government
and tho railroads are prospering, iw
cordlng to Mr. Coleman.
"Tho Government reports on tho
condition of tho ex-soldiers who re
ceived land grants show that tin
young men are making good." he said.
"The majority of them hud experi
ence In agriculture before the war,
but tho boys from the cities and towns
arc having no diflleulty in holding
their own. We nlso have encouraging
reports from the settlers in territory
provided on generous terms by our
railroad. Tho new Canadian Govern
ment Iiiim not yet announced its immi
gration wlonlzatlon plans, but there i
every Indication that preference will
bo given to farmers from Great llrit
aln, Northern Kuropc and Northern
nut thero Is another sidelight on
the Dominion which has nothing to
do with agriculture, yet It Is a matter
of much concern to Canada at this
time of tho year. Just about now.
Mr. Coleman t'ells us, tho lallroad
snow ploughs are stripped for action,
for up In the Selkirk Mountains, for
Instance, a snowfall of 720 Inches
during the winter has been recorded.
"The flvo-mlle Connaught tunnel
has eliminated tho last of our snow
troubles," he concluded, "and we now
depend on our trained snow force,
who havo always lived in tho moun
tains and understand tho vagaries of
snow. Tho snow itself does not
trouble us, for -the Canadian railroads
have ploughs which can go through
any drifts. Dut we must guard
against snow slides from tho moun
tains and during the winter season
we must havo a steady patrol to re
port any obstruction on the right of
way. When an obstacle Is found, a
plough with Its crew Is on Its way
within a fow minutes."
HE TOOK NO CHANCES.
In these days when national ad
vertising has mado tho farmer as
well dressed as his l'lfth Avenue
brother It Is hard for tho hotel
clerk to distinguish between tho
rural and urban citizen. Hut oc
casionally an Incident llko this,
which occurred last week at n
prominent New York hotol, takes
It was 7 o'clock when n guest
came to the room clerk's desk and
asked, "What time do you lock
Tho clerk pondcied for a mo
ment and then comprehending
what was meant, said, "Why,
we're open all night here."
"I'm glad to hear It," replied
the guest. "I'm going to a show
to-night and I'm taking no
chances on being locked out. Not
long ujo I went to the county
seat for the night and returned
to the hotel alter a late visit with
a f i lend or mine. The darn door
was locked und I had to throw
stones at the manager's window
bcfoie I could get In."
WE ALL HAVE OUR TROUDLES.
"Trade conditions show morj Im
provement in the West than in tho
l'ast, In my opinion," said Kr.ititi A.
Hlalr of Chicago, a publisher of that
city, who is at the Astor. "The mall
order business, with which w. are
much concerned, is still poor, how
ever. The farmer to-day has no pur
chasing power, for in the West, with
the drop In prices, he has not been
able to make agriculture profltatlo.
"Wheat, for Instance, has gone
from $2.50 to $1 a bushel, and that
Indicates the general drop in tho
prices of other pioducts. Wo In Chi
cago were givntly concerned at the
loss last vear tf $32,000,000 by or.o of
our leading packing houses, and also
the reported prollt of only 2 1-5 per
cent, of one of the biggest stoles In
tho world Such figures, with a inul
titudo of others, show why wo do not
favor a soldiers' bonus derived from
Fox-trols onto a
The town is Sheik-mad.
First the book, then the
movie, and now this
wonder fox-trot played by
those expert syncopators,
The California Ramblers
No. 14275 . PRICE $ .75
PLAYS ON ALL
On Sale at All Aeolian Stores
Mil "C tCJlUL
a manufacturers' tax; It would sim
ply wipe out concerns which ar5 now
yetting along with tho smallest mar
gin of profit, without even a tcason
ablo return on their lnvcstrnfcnty."
HERE'S ONE FROM MISSOURI.
"I crossed tho ocean several
months ago with a New England
rcstuumnt man." relates H. H.
Powers of St. I-ouls, at the Com
modore, "and on that trip I saw
ono of tho funniest Incidents of
"This New Knglander was ono
of the old school. He refused to
bow before chief stewards or any
one else. Ho never smiled, but
he kept his table In the dining sa
'loon In spasms of laughter. Wo
had been out about three days
when It began to get rough. On
the fourth day tho racks were on
tho tablos, and tho eating of Items
like soup was almost an Impossi
bility. "On that evening tho restaurant
man ordered some sweetbreads,
When tho steward finally brought
them toward our table, tho ship
a ' i-.7 v v' . V v .A 0 1 .
If you buy a WATERS PIANO or a
WATERS-AUTOLA player-piano you can be
positively assured of getting a superb, up-to-date
instrument with a GOOD TONE; also of getting
it at a VERY MODERATE PRICE.
The tone of the WATERS PIANO is of great
depth and richness, but it is also a VERY DUR
ABLE TONE that will wear well under all con
ditions and stand up to pitch.
The very moderate price of the WATERS
PIANOS and WATERS-AUTOLA player-pianos
always represents GOOD VALUES that are in
the interests of WISE ECONOMY and not at the
sacrifice of quality.
Examine the WATERS tone and quality and
compare the WATERS prices and terms and you
will be convinced that the WATERS PIANO or
the WATERS-AUTOLA player-piano is the BEST
VALUE and most attractive piano proposition
Horace Waters & Co.
134 Fifth Avenue, near 18th Street
254 West 125th St., Near 8th Ave.
371 East 149th St., Near 3d Ave.
lurched, and one of them rolled off
onto tho floor. The stowanl
picked It up hastily and apologiz
ed, saying that ho would bring a
new order at once.
" 'Now Just a minute, my lad,'
said tho New Englandcr. 'While
you are getting tho now order,
leave this one on the tnblo. I've
had too many years at tho bust
ness to bcllovo that I'll got fresh
sweetbreads. Back homo I'd put
tho order on different pieces of
toast but you can't do It with
me. Leave the offending sweot
bread on tho table."
FARTHEST FROM HOME.
The "Xcw Yorker Vor a Day or
Two" icio is farthest from homo to.
day is Miss KathcHne A. Scott, tcho is
at tho I'cnnsilvania, llcr home fount,
Honolulu, is over 5,600 miles from
Th WOM.D'8 WINTER RESORT ANNUAL Icr
1122, contilnlig leading ronljn and funnel"
Rciorti. SlMmihti Travel and Toura, trc at
all World office or by mall an reueit. Adrfrru
Wlattr Retort Bureau. New York World. Nf Vara.
Eminent Lawyer Served Two
Terms as Attorney General
of This State.
Thomas Carmody, a racmbor of tho
law firm of Carmody & Kellogg and
former Attorney Goncral of this State,
died suddenly at his homo In Locust
Avenue, New Itochollc. at 1 o'clock
yesterday morning of pneumonia.
Mr. Carmody was bora In Mllo, N.
T., Oct. 9, 1859. His parents wcro
farm owners. Ho was a graduato of
Cornell and had been District Attor
ney of Yates County.
In 110 ho was elected Attorney
dcneral and reelected In 1912. Some
of the cases which came under his
charge were tho attempts mado to free
Harry K. Thaw and the Brand case.
Ho Insisted bofnro Gov. Dlx and Gov.
.1 , L. ' 1
Sulzor that Brand should bo par
doned, and this was done by Suitor.
Ho Is survived by his wife and six
children, Genevieve, Francos. Mario,
George, Earl and Thomas Jr.
For its Snappy Flavor
For its Wholesome Purity
For its Many Uses
lias been the choice of
the particular house
wife for many years.
MADE IN U.S. A.
At Grocers and Delicateiscn Stores
E. Pritchard, 327 Sprint St., N. Y.
L Altmatt & (En
pecSalprice Sales for 'Tuesday
Am Important Off era ng of
Practical Hoyse Dresses
in snnraple styles comrsfonning attractiveness
witlii utility, prettily developed in various
appropriate cotton materials and
$2.35, 3.25 4.50
(Sale on the Second Floor)
A New SeflectDoni of
Men and Women, will be specially
The umbrellas for men are of serviceable size
and quality, mounted with crook handles off
various woods, including the popular malacca.
The umbrellas for women are made of
superior-quality silk, with satin or ottoman
border. They may be obtained in black and
the colors most desired. The handles display
various smart mountings, including bakellto
and sterling silver.
The Amnoal White Sales
specially featured In
Tee January Folder
and now in progress on the Sixth Floor
offer many remarkable values in
Underwear and Clothing'
for Women, Misses and Children
as well as
Linens, Bed Furnishings, etc.
Aim II interesting ,Safle -off
Beaded Spamigled Robes
presenting many novel and striking color
combinations in addition to various hand
some effects in all-black; greatly reduced,
for clearance, to
at the same time a limited quantity of
some in black and others in colors, will be
placed on sale at
$4.50 5.85 per yard
these being from one-third to one-half less
than former prices.
The Art Needlecrafft Dep't
will have a Clearance Sale of
II imported Lingerie Pillow Slips
(all charmingly hand-embroidered)
at 75c, $1.50 & 11.75
at Reductions of 10 to 25
FOR this sale we have marked the greater
part of our stocks of Household linens
at prices 10 to 25 lower than our mod
erate Fall prices in many instances the re ,
ductions are even greater.
Pure Linen Damask Cloths
An excellent range of sizes and patterns-
5.75 - 6.00 - 7.00 - 8.00 Each
Pure Linen Napkins, 22 x 22 in.
6.00 Doz. and up
Pure Linen Table Napkins
Three sizes plain Satin Band .Damask Nap
kins. Suitable for use with any pattern Cloth
13.50 - 16.00 - 17.50 Doz.
Irish linen Luncheon Sets
13 -piece Sets daintily embroidered in Blue
and Pink cross-stitch, 5.75 Set.
Napkins to Match
Of French Cluny Lace
25-piece Luncheon Sets consisting of a Center
piece and two dozen Doylies
12.50 and 17.00 Set
Pure Linen Bedroom Towels
6.00 - 8.00 - 11.00 - 15.00 Doz.
Hemmed Bath Towels
4.20 - 6.00 - 8.00 ' - 10.50 Doz.
Pure Linen Pillow Gases
James McCutcheon 8C Co.
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 33d Streets
VMM VM Hi HI YVM Wl YZM VSM MlBM MMIMW
these prices being about one-half those
formerly quoted for the same merchandise.
In addition to which will be offered
(pink or blue) in two sizes
at 45c. & 55c.
Aod Little Children's
Stamniped, Mademp Dresses
(a limited number) ready for embroidering
ftfurtHourtfj Street Wvtp-ititfj street
FOR THE WINTER VACATIONIST
Containing Leading Foreign and 1
American Resorts, Steamship
Travel and Tours to All
May be obtained FREE at all World
offices or by mail on req uest
Winter Resort Bureau
New York World
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