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I If ' ; THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921. 1 1 f 4 4 vv Mexican Says There Will Be No More Revolutions in His Country, as Obregon's Gov- ) ernment Is Too Strong. By Roger Bate fielder. "nr wM b do more revolution In Mexico,' assorted 8. Manuel Jtoochl, Secretary of iho Financial Apencj of Mexico In Liondon, who is at ttao Astor, on ltmto for Mexico City. "Tlio recent talk of Humbles Is very foolish," he went on, "for the minor difficulties started by men' who had no following ware sily put down There aw (tnough soldier In the ijar. riaona to quell my such incipient uprising. "Obrcson's Government Is strong," Mr. Keachl continued, "and h.xn cs' tftJblldhcd pcacn to a grreater extent than any previous rcKlme. Mexico Is undoubtedly the comlnn country of the world. We want all mine, honest Americans, who have the In clination, to come down and Hharr the immense richc which wo have. Our Government la dolnp It bent to how a frlondly attitude toward your country, and Its jrrcm.tr.at desire Is a better understanding with you. 'A certain element In the business world has tried unsuccessfully, through propxcamlo, Ut upset mat ters, and some of the oil men with Ml? conccsslono do mucli to disturb relations. As a matter of fad, there ktc. oil fields In Mexico which have never been touched, and dvmi ir a well plays out now and then, there r plenty mom to be found." Mr. Reachl deolatvd thai. Iila fiov ernment now had 17,000,000 pesos In the treasury, after paying out al' moneys due every department for the past yea r. HAVANA BUILT TO ENDURE. Charles Flynn. a Havana business Bin, who "commutes" frequently be tween that city and New York, Is bac) kt tho Uiltmore. "Tho homes and buildings In Havana." he averted, "will last al most forever, for thny are extremely substantial, and are well cared for after occupancy. The doom of thu houses are sturdy, often of double thickness of mahogany, 10 to 15 feet high, heavily barred and studded and furnished with ponderous bolts and ornamental locks. "There are no front yards; the kouscs are built on tho street and eloae together. The entrances are on t Tin Jifl .vrl. thmlcli MnmntlntPH 1111 llrst llnor Is lower than the street." Mr. Fl.uin said that Cuba is looKint; of Kutotiii are stullv In iimmI of stiKOr, and it is up to Cuba to "sweeten them Up, he leiilitrkcd. HE MAKES 11 TRAINS A MINUTE, Thu American toy Undo Is l'lntf penalized for Its etllclcnoy," remarked W. Oelen I'oleinan, known tho Henry Ford ot the toy industry, at me McAlpin. "tlerman coiiiielltors ate able to sell a pioduct hetu having n uncertain value In marks, which to day fluctuates ttcconlllitf to the ac tivity ot the Gentian prliitliiR presses. "The Ameilran toy business hiw grown from $l3.ouG,000 in 1!M4 to an estimated 1100.000,000 this year," he went on. "There Is plenty of compe tition tieie to keep prices down to the lowest point," The concern of nhlch Mr. Coleman Is President makes 0,000 complete me chanical trains a day, or eleven every minute. . HERE'S ONE FROM DELAWARE. Copeland Townsend of the Ma jestic, who has been "vacation ing," brings this one back fiom Delaware: 'There's a fanner down there," said Mr. Townsend, "whoso Ktc ii op of cantaloupes Is going to K'"t him In wrong with a I'm liibltlon agent perhaps, "Hecenlly on enterprising salesman sold lilm some sort of yeast solution Which, ho said, If injected reguluily Into tho canta loupe vine, would cause tho fruit to dovolop a lilgh alcoholic ton lent. "The funnel' thought tho Idea Hounded reasonable in fuct, ho had henid uf the champagne flavored watermelon seived to a wartime delegation of farm era In Washington, and had always regretted not being there to get some of the sends and lie was willing to give tho solution a thoiough test. "According to tho hotel man who told mo tho story, the ripen ing cantaloupe arc large nnd heavy nnd have nn undeniable aromn reminiscent ot happier days and the fanner's neighbors, once scolfers, are not so sure but that they have passed up un ex traordinary opportunity." BEER LABELS MADE OF MONEY. "Thn queerest thing that 1 saw on my Kuropean trip," remarked W, V. llnuidt, a Havana real estate man who Is at tho Commodore, "was money used as beer labels. "There Is a brewery In Switzerland which found the expenso of prlnt.ng labels for their bottles too great for their liking. They Inaugurated the scnemo or using a real Austrian ' pajer kroner, worth almost nothing at present, in place of the higher priced labels. In that way they not only caused quite a sensation, but also saved money." OUR SMOKES COST MORETHERE The days of tho war when a cigar ette was almost as valuable as m hoiiso und lot In Europe are but a sad memory, according to Picrrl Want, a Luxemburg tobacco man who is at the Pennsylvania and la studying Industrial conditions In America. "Wo mix American , tobacco with other grades, find aro able to put out an excellent article which sells for 13 cents per package of twenty. American manufacturers cannot com pete, with uh, nor can we sell our product here profitably b6cauc of the high protective tariffs. But I like your American, cigarettes and I have been greatly Interested in your fine sanitary factories." SELMARK MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CBS I " No. 300 1 11 ,jt $250. The Latest VICTROLA as well as every other model can be found here in nil fin ishes and large quantity. WurljTzer ffcADK MAT" 120 7. 42 St. Br t wren BroidwiT and 6th Ars SAVE MO 00 NOW on this Columbia Grafonola V 1 DOWN nd the balance in smalt payments to suit ytur convenience. These phonographs rep resent, we believe, the greatest value ever of fered. Here is your op portunity to buy a won derful instrument at a price that is astounding. Call Tomorrow mi ,Veu Co lumbia at Reduced I'rlee. Vtr are now RrtUrd In our new location, and flnil a ilfmon-utrattns- talklnc nuvlUom that we w1U rll at rot. Tor 7G. yau can boy a wonderful phonocraph. Thrra aro li different make to chooMi frvnl and many different uiblltct denisnk. V. New Ucitkn, 4 West 37th. First Store oil Filth Ate. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS AND RECORDS Cut This Coupon Out and Mail Tonight WIDEN ER'S COLUMBIA SHOP 4 Weit 37th St. TaL Fits Roy 0N7 Wtt&oot any obllratlon whatm ever on my part, wnd mo photo graph and drecrtpUon of ynur litavt utandara una I'onoa inoneio nf nmlonol&s. 8 Name Slrrrl City . 122 WEST 34TH ST. Opptmllr Mor,r' to 119 WEST 33KU alt Opposite GlrobeU Open All Day Saturday Clearance Sale- E sWssB Ohic ' j Ouimpc ' I J)re, is I llrocaded J I FRI DAY SATU RDAY Tremendous Reductions Cost Not Considered Guimpe Dresses Of Gingham and Linenc in various shades. Values to 5.00. Reduced to Dainty Dresses Of Gingham and Voile. Smartest models. Just what you need for your vacation. Values to 15.00. Reduced to Charming Dresses Highest Grade Silk, Chif fon Taffeta and Beaded Canton Crepe Combina tions. - Values to 35.00. Reduced to SELMARK 122 W. 34th St. 119 W. :3d S: 1 Dresses r. IT offiQ Cathedral "Commerce J 3he Heckscher Build in '5!?Avetuerf57S reeri State K. W 3 Make it of Muslin ssK Jssssssi You won't hare to bargain-hunt if you plan to make garments and household things of Fruit of the Loom. It is easy to sew on, gives long service, and launder perfectly. For over seventy years it has been the same high-quality muslin, always sold at a reasonable price. Fruit of the Loom Muslin Corns Lift Right Off l No Pain at All Apply a few drops of "Freezone" upon that bother oma corn, instantly it stops hurting; then shortly you lift that sore, touchy corn right off, root and all, without the slightest pain or soreness. End Any Corn or Callus Tiny bottlts of "Frffinne" cst but few cents drug stores M You will find th 36-inch width most eco nomical for making aprons, pillow cases, pajamas, niehtakira, men's shirts, underskirts, rompers, and other articles. There are a number of articles such as iheets, pajamas, nightshirts, men's and boys' shirts, that you can get all ready-made of Fruit of the Loom. And they are made by reliable manufacturers, whose workmanship you can depend on. Ask for Fruit of the Loom by name and look for the label, both on the bolt and in ready-made articles. It means satisfaction. CONSOLIDATED TEXTILE CORPORATION Alio Mikcn oCWYmitot Orip nd OAmt Fln CcXtim FWka CoaTcrM & Company. JtOiaf AgnU SS Worth Stnac Naw York A Message To the Retail and Wholesale Merchants of New York ! From August Heckscher IN undertaking the costly improvement at the Southwest Corner of 57th Street and 5th Avenue, which all New York has been good enough, to admire, it was borne in mind that this was the ultimate location, the exclusive shopping centre of New York. Business will never move above 59th Street to any material extent. 58th and 59th Streets aro narrow streets already cluttered and somewhat unattractive. 57th is the one street in which it was safe to build, for it is already well on the road to certain success. In the last analysis, whoever will not shop on oth Avenue at 57th Street, will not shop anywhere, and the corner on which this building stands will always be the most, valuable and most coveted. . ' ft The beautiful tower building erected there is a delight to the fastidious eye. It is appropriately characterized "The Cathedral of Commerce," a fitting home in grace and beauty for the foremost retail and wholesale establishments for which it was built. It means for the women of New York a concentrated, exclusive buying centre, in which their favorite shops will , be grouped. The Jleckbdter .Building has been uniquely evolved, 1 with a careful study and a full appreciation of the require ments of its tenants. Avd bear in mind lhat the pcalc of rental calucs on 5ih Avenue and 57lh Street has by no means been reached. Rents will never go lower; tliey must of necessity go highr.r. Thus, merchants of vision, high grade retailers and whole salers of women's wear, objets d'arl, etc., seeking to-day the ultimate location for permanence and increasing value, will find it in the Heckscher Building, a location with the prestige of a Fifth Avenue address a value and individuality that have no parallel. Created to fill an obvious need, a pressing demand, the interest that has already been shown is an assurance of its success. See to-morrow morning'? Times, Tribune, Herald. World and Women' Wear for further particulars. ' CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD, INC., Renting and Managing Agent, r0 East 42d St. Phone Murray Hill 7820 4 7T 't V . JLr V a-.