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. THE EVENING, WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 l"921.
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"KEY-KARD" A NEW
ANTI-THEFT DEVICE !
Inlercsling New System Makes
Theft of Cars Extremely
Difficult.
The Kcy-Knrd Corporation announce
that arrangements Tor the ninntifastiire
of Its automobile locking dnvlco nio
about completed anil that lt. first fac
tory will bo In Urooklyn. I.l'u-ly the
next will be at Stamford, Conn. Nogo-
tlatlona nri; now pending.
Thl new niiloniolillc lock Is the In
vention of Joseph Hillings of llronklwi,
M. T. It Included a fclf-contn Inert Ignl
tlon switch composed of three eeparatc
units, which when assembled, renders
tlio car most difficult to steal, locking
the Ignition as well as the hood.
JThc Key-Kard Is Iho key which opn
qh1 closes certain electric circuits
causing the other units to function
ily Inking out the Key-Kard Idcntlf'c.t
tlon plate the rar Is locked and the
word "Watched" Is exposed.
The holder nnd Its container, "Tfte
Key-Kard," aro Interlocking and .hete
are no duplicate combinations. Hence,
only the owner's plato will blot out lie
tellt.ile word.
(Should the thief attempt to cut the
wires or to destroy the device, the nv.ni
fuse will be blown and the motor 'nnnot
be started until the same Is renewed,
and to make the required connection on
the motor necessary to starting necessi
tate the raising of the hood which Is
locked by the Key-Kard lock. There i.'e
ti tumblers to manipulate, removing
tile possibility of the lock being picked.
iThe system Is tamper, weather 11..1I
nisi proof. The working parts are inido
Irmcesslble and the corresponding cor
nlgatlons of each Key-Kard and -ts
holder has a vast number of combina
tion. It Is claimed that the 'in
makes It extremely difficult to steal tbe
car, protects the car owner ngalnst Joy
riding of unauthorized parties, ma'erl
lly reduces the Insurancu rate. Is a po
sitive Identification (engine and llcnso
number punched on Kurd), atul the or
owner not by choice but by necesalty Is
obllRcd to remove, the Key-Kard .0
orper to stop tho motor from milling.
The car owni r whose car Is equipped
w(th the Key-ICard device Is In n posi
tion to fumnsh the Insurance compiny
with Indisputable evidence that he has
locked his car by presenting the Key
Kard to them.
C-ARE OF TIRES IF
f CAR IS PUT AWAY
U you are going to put our rar nw.iy
foj the winter, says the L'nlted States
Tiro Company, there aro -i few Im
portant rules to follow If yofi want to
Unit your tires In good condition when
springtime comc.s again.
In the first place, the tlre.i should be
rbntned thoroughly to rcmovo oil and
grease. If you want to be especially
kind to your tires, remove them fron
tht ear, detlatc them, wrap thfin up In
paper or cloth and store them in a cool,
dry place away trim the sunlight.
If you do not want to go to the troubl-i
offremovlng the tires. Jack up the ear,
deflate the tires and wrap them In covers,
oftpaper or cloth. Do not let tne car
tand on the tires ell winter or you wli.
iieod a new set of tires Ih the spring.
it Is essential that tires be deflated.
Tnicold weather an Inflated tiro lias a
tendency to "set" a condition under
which the rubber 1.1 likely to break If
beat or twisted out of the position or
Hhpe In which It has stood for a length
of itlmc.
NEW STEPHENS SHOWROOM
s
?Tha Stephens Salient Six," the pro
duct of the Mollne Plow Company, h.is
cptned IU new showroom In the Amer
ican Building, at No. 1S3G Broadway.
The Stephens Motor Works hns Just an
nounced Its new models together with
big reductions In price., ranging fiom
J6S0 on the roadster to JbOj on the
closed models.
The Alfred .1 lllgglns Automobile
Company has fitted up Its salesrooms
ssrlt,h every up to date convenience. The
showroom Is open every wetSday I'ntll
11 P. M. The service station is at N'o.
C14 W. 131st Street.
Only Two More Weeks!!
Seize This Opportunity to Save Over Half
$100,000 ZlZiTr $45,500!!!
&
There Is Still a Fine Selection COME!!!
Immense purchases, from leading manufacturers who were willing to make
almost any sacrifice to turn their overproduction into real money, have made
these amazing values possible. Here are but a few of the many:
Dining Room
10 pieces. Walnut
10 " "
10 " "
10 " "
10 " Mahogany
10 " "
10 " Walnut
Living Room
Reg. Sale
Prices. Prices.
3 pieces. Tapestry $475 $235
3 pieces. Cane... 675 345
3 pieces. Tapestry 690 345
3 pieces, " 795 390
3 pieces. Mohair 910 425
All Regular Prices Quoted are PRESENT DAY Prices
All Furntturt Hta&y Jot JmmtdiaU Dtlittry, by Motor Truck, in tht
11 ttropolilan Dtitru-t. Frtigkt prtpaid to OutiiJt VoinU.
The WRIGHT -FOX
Q-ll East 37th Street, near
NEED FOR STANDARD
SIGNALLING CODE
Very many automobile accident. are
caused by traffic signals being misun
derstood. Tim misunderstanding comes
nhout largely because ttiero Is no ntnml
ard code of signals. Most automoblllsts
Indicate what they are going to do that
Is, when they really do glvo a signal
arrordlng to their own Ideas of Ah.it a
signal should be, There Is real need for
the I'oltce Department tn Issue a special
ruling on signals for driving, and 111 .he
opinion of William C, I'oortner, former
President of the Automobile Dealers
Association, "this would be a great ir
lief to the general motorist and s o-ilil
In many cases nbsoltc lilm from huiitie
for accidents."
Mr. I'oertner, head of the Pocr'ncr
Motor Car Company, has offered sin
eral suggestions regarding traffls legu
latlon that hne been much appreciated
by the Police Department. Ills la'eat
Idea Is offered because, as he savs, 'be
aerage motor rar driver In signalling
does so In a manner that Ibe driver
behind him baa no Idea of wMcli way
he Is going, whi'ther It be to the rurlit
or left, or whether hn Is going to stop
entirely.
"If a driver Intends to turn lift l.e
Should Indicate by putting out bis linn I,
with the Index finger pointing "'"
clearly to the left." says Mr. I'oertner.
"If he Is going to turn right he should
put out his hnnd so that It can be ffn
from the rear, and ishnuld move It lor
ward In a circle. No driver should rr've
a left turn signal when he means tn go
right, and above all should never slgnul
en that traffic behind him will .nine
along to bis left. If ho Intends to go
left himself.
"The 'stop' signal Is simply to put out
one' hand, keeping It horizontally ex
tended," COLUMBIA TO BUILD
THREE STADIUMS
Sepnrntr Mnnds for l'ontlinll. llasr
liall nnd Truck mi l'lelil at
J I Htli Mrerl.
Complete plans for the now Columbia
nthletlc field on tho Dykman tract, a
2C-nero plot of ground bounded by
Broadway, StStlt Street nnd the Harlem
r'hlp Canal, are niado public to-day.
Henry Hornbostcl, class of '81, Is the
architect. ,
Tho plans call for three separate stad
iums. By far the largest and most
Imposing will 0 tho football amphi
theatre, which will have a mlnlmu.n
capacity of 50,000 and will bo In tho gen
eral shape of a flat saucer. To the north
of this along tho Hudson Illver will bo
the baseball diamond, with o single-deck
stand seating about 7.000. In the north
cast corner of thn field thcro will bo a
track stadium, seating 10.000 and en
closing n field for track and field con
tests, r 220-ynrd straightaway track and
a ono-liip circular cinder path measur
ing a quarter mllo.
In addition to this trio of fields there
will be twenty tennis courts and a chili
house on tho top of thu hill overlooking
tho various fields.
ACCUSED OF STEALING
$175 FUR COAT IN AUTO
Chemist Arrrstril 'While Allrurd
Victims An- Shiipplnu.
Mrs, Catherine Agnew Auchlncloss of
N'o. 123 Hast 89th Strct will appear H
Jefferson Market Court to-day against
James McSweeney, twenty-nine, a
chemist living at tho Mills Hotel, who
us arrested yesterday on Iitoadway
charged with stealing SIYs. Auchln
closs's $173 coat.
While Mr. and Mrs. Auchlncloss were
shopping In n store at 31th Street nnd
Broadway Pollcemnn Wlnthrop of thu
West 30th Street Station arrested Mo
Kneeney whom ho says be saw taku
thi coat from tho Auchlncloss automo
bile. The prisoner says he found thj
coat. The police declare several pawn
tickets for coats and suits were takim
ifiom McSweeney'a pocket
1
Suites
Reg. Sale
Prices. Price. '
J550 S270
750 349
795 368
975 4S6
975 06
980 475
3100 900
Bed Room Suites
Reg. Sale
Prices. Prices.
3 ritccJ. Mahogany $300 $147
4 pieces. " 390 187
4 pieces. " 400 198
4 picccj, " 550 263
5 pieces, " 635 295
4 pieces, Walnut 625 310
6 pieces, " 835 398
Suites Occasional Pieces
Reg. Sale
Prices. Prices.
Mahogany Library Table $83 J39
!! ... 59 29
Polychrome Mirror 37 18
" 41 21
Mahogany Book Case 105 49
New York uity
JERSEY CITY TO
I HOLD AUTO SHOW
Promises to Surpass That of Las'
Year First Exhibition to
Be Held in Hast.
Automobile enthuslsts, not only In
New Jersey but throughout tho Hiislcrn
Htntes, aro waiting with great Interest
the second annual exhibition of tho
Hudson County Automobile Association
which will he held In the 4lh Ueglment
Armory, Jersey Clfy. during Hi" week
of Nov. 14.
Last je.ir this exposition b ought
forth the late.t models of the manufac
turers, and the result was that not omy
Jersey folk but also 11 vast nssembhigit
of New Yortt was on hand to seo what
the latest offerings were. It Is prom
ised that tills eal'M efforts will sli'-'ir.ss
tno.se of 1 920, for It Is known that man
ufacturers arc planning to' niako dis
plays of their very latest nrodui'lH. Tim
Jersey show will Innuguiato tho show
season in me i.asi.
Already the Show Committee, of
which K. Henry Is Chnlrmnn. Is lard
nt work on the detail of the exposition,
una he Is assisted by l;verell vv . r-ix.
and K. Hnmiin. On the committee elsu
are the officer.! of tho association as
follows:
I!. K. Ilnlllnger, President; A. It.
Pouthworth, Vice President; 11. V. Leh
man, Trensurer; A. W. 'Older, Secr;
tnry; Duncan Stuart, Itecordlng Se'te
tary. p'red W. Payne, the well known
exposition mamiger. Is In charge of 're
show.
CLAIMANT TO SHARE
IN MILLIONS WEDS
.Miss Hannah Smith of Caldwell, N. J.,
one of the claimants of the estnto of the
Into Charles Fair, n niultl-mllllonairc,
was married at Caldwell to-day to
Charles William Cruham of Verona, N. J.
Her marrhigi) ivenllfi tho litigation
aver the Fair estate. Fair and his wife
were killed In Franco in an automobile
accident and the point nt Issue, nevar
decided, Is whether thn man or tho
woman wnjf the llrst to die. If Mrs,
Fair died first, the estate belongs
to her husband's relatives; whereas If
Mr. Fair died Ilist, bis wife's relatives,
including Mrs. Uraham, would benefit.
Miny of tho claims and counter claims
have been settled by compromise, but
Mrs. (irnham's claim has not been de
cided. It Is fcald that her Interest Is
about IS00.O0Q.
SlZE COUPLE HERE
IN $1,100 GEM THEFT
Detective ltlclmrd Black of Atlantic
City and detectives from the West GSth
Street Police Stntlon, early to-day at
thb Colonial Hotel, Slst Street and Co
lumbus Avenue, arrested a couple de
scribing themselves as George Williams
and his wife, Itlta, on a chargo of being
fugitives from Justice.
The police sild a warrant had been
ls.sued in Atlantic City charging them
v."lh the theft of a $1,100 diamond
stickpin belonging to a prominent man
whose uatiio wils not given.
Almost
Unbelievable
You nnhirdlv rrsfor
tlie wonderful im
provement to vourskin
and complexion your
mrrnr will rtst fct
after usingGouraud'sOrienttl
Cream for the first lime.
StnilScforTrtolSlz
FERD. T. HOPKINS tc SON
NtwYorfc
1
CO., Inc.
Fifth Avenue
GLYNN BOY BURIED,
THRONG AT FUNERAL
Kx-Onv, Smllli nml City Ofllcllils
Aitrnil .NritliflMi'n (llisi'ifiili.n.
Thn filncrnl nt Wllh.mi X' Clvnn
thirteen, or N'o. !) Mlrtclnuli .Street,
Urooklyn, on of former Tollco Lieu
tenant John (llyrfn and a nephew of
former f!ov. Smith, who wax accidentally
flliot by a nlnyninte, Jatne.s Collins,
fourteen, of No. 13 loilar Street, last
Saturday ami illeil Sunilny iiluhl In Loir
IslniiU (VlleKu Hospital, was held M
(lay. The Itev. William K.iuell wim n--elmitit
of tho iiiiiM.s at the Church of tint
Assumption, with the Itev IMunnl (
lello as deacon and the Key. .lohu
'Jrmit as Hiih-deaeon i:x-(hjv. Smith
and his family, Kouith Heputy rolnv
CommlHsloner .lohn Cray ami many eitv
and police nlllcinls were ainuiiK 'he
tlironj; at the funeral.
The hoy was hurled ill Calvary P. m
elei) .
WIFE ABANDONED FIVE
CHILDREN, HE CHARGES
Mrs. Oraldlno Fischer of No. nil
Herkimer. Street, Urooklyn, was ar
raigned In the dates Avenun Court,
r.rooi-lyn, to-day churgod "with enila-i-M
ring the health of her five children,
MiiBlxIrnto Dale paroled her until Friday
for further examination.
Her husband alleged .Mrs. Fischer li ft
the home 011 Oct. Ifl and, ibundoned fie
live children, Clara, twelve Klsle, ten
Kdward. live , Oera'illno, four nnd i:iin
i'. sixteen montliK. Clara played the
' l.lttlo .Mother " The husband procured
a Kummons for his wife yesterday and
found her In -Manhattan.
rOFT CANDY REPRESENTS A CRYSTALLIZA-
iiuiN jv illaU) in the creating or bweets.
For several generations we have studied, ex-
nrimpnf tA nrtrl rM-miArl ...... ...
the very best and most advanced ideas of the world's
most famous candy masters, and yet the prices of our
candies are fully from 40 to 50 lower than those
asked by the "exclusive" confectioners.
Special Thursday, Oct. 20th
MOLASSES
15
CREAM LUMPS:
With Chocolate
Crenm Filling.
POUND BOX
We Also Offer
rrrr
29c
wgMAscar
DA-NITE BED
It
An artistic piece of furniture by day
a comfortable, full-size
bed at night!
A SIMPLE pull of the strap converts'your
"Mascot" from a DAY to a NIGHT bed-full-sized,
coiy and comfortable.
It is a typical "Romc-quality" product, made of
highest grade materials only heavy cotton mat
tresses, one-piece Rome-link Fabric Spring and
Rome-gray metal body sanitary, attractive, restful.
Look for that "Rome-Quality" Label
before you buy
It is your protection and stands for years of ex
pcrience and highest standards in bed-craft.
"Rome-Quality" products:
Metal Couch Beds "De Luxe ' ' Coil Springs
Day Beds Swinging Couch Hammocks
Spring Beds Cots Cribs
Brass and Iron Beds
MANHATTAN-ROME COMPANY
Long Island City, N. Y.
Rome Quality
Product
I EXCUSED AS JUROR
! BY WAR PREJUDICES
Pornier llrlllsli Intrlllitrnrr Mini
I mild Sut lllniliio I'nlr Trlnl.
I!c .1 Wolfe, a ronsiiHInff cnKlnccr of
N'o. ll." Hroadwav, llvlns at So'. 110
Scst 79 tit Street, nu.i called ax a pros
ptctlve Juror this uiornlnR In thu Court
of General Sessions. The. case wan that
of Nlkk.t Singh, a Hindoo, Indicted for
tho murder of a countryman, I'cmatlm
S.I111I. In July, 1920. To Judge irul
U'.ieen Wolfe said :
"Judse, I don't think I would make a
full- lurir In tills ease."
"Why not?" anked 111 court.
'1 w.is In the Hrltlsh IntelllKence Scr
vice during tho war Investigating plots
olirlnitlng In thLs country agaln.st
Hr msli line In India, an) I have a nu
.re prejudice against these people."
lie wan excused.
AUDITORE ASKS ENRIGHT
TO PUBLIC DEBATE
lli'lieals ( linre Tlint Coinnilssloiier
Is r.o-.-l) Willi lliiulir.s.
.lames Auditore, who succeeded to his
father's tille of New York'a ".Millionaire
longshoreman." has written a letter to
Police Commissioner Itlchard 12. En
right, who gave out a public statement
from the witness stand before tho Meyer
Committee Monday referring to a cer
tain witness (Indicating Mr. Audltoro
unmistakably by the context) as being
11 ruman anu navnng oecn coacnea
to tentlfj that he know from former In
nnectnr IMward I Hughes that Mr.
Knrlght was a 50-SO partner In the
MILK CHOCOLATE COV
ERED CARA-MELLOWS:
Our regular 79c r f
goods. rni"
POUND BOX
v
Chocolate
Covered
Gocoanut
Royals:
POUND BOX
54c
Hughes detective, ugency.
Mr. Aiiuiiore ncmana a ptiouc ins-
clalmer from Mr, Fnrlglit, and In
or tnat demands 11 Joint denalo witn: l ommissioer 10 searcn 111s memor
'l .ii, IV llVlll.tMllf. It J..IHL .li:im,J
the Commissioner, offering to hire
hall Mr. Knrlght may select for tho pur
pose, at any lime, aim 10 pay uu otnur
Gig
IOURTEEKTH STREET &Mbli ISU WEST OP FIFTH AVX
t
Semi-Annual Second Floor Sales
Women's Utility Coats
Semi-Annual Second Floor Sales
Women's Extra Size
SKIRTS
12.95
Semi-Annual Second Floor Sales
Women's Extra Size
See page 27 for other Hearn Advertising
DON'T SAY UNDERWEAR-SAY MUNSINGWEAR
QUALITY plus! In Munsingwcar you
find more than you expect of good un
derwear. Because of the perfect way it fits
and covers the form and its unusual dura
bility and washability. Munsingwear gives
the utmost union suit satisfaction.
There's a correct size ror everyone- men,
women, children and infants.
exnenscs.
lift asserts again tho truth 9
of his statement regarding
tn
he Hughes
lieu Hnrlght business relations and asks
. 11. v Ulllllli.-imii , i. niiiii.i t.t.i iiii uiim i ,111,1
any recollect that the Commissioner himself
mid
- lonro admitted It In tho presence of wit-
ncs.sos.
Special
24.50
46 and 48 Inches Long
Splendid models in
heather mixtures,
lined throughout
with Venetian, and
warmly interlined.
Colors, deer and
brown.
Model is illustrated
Were $14.97 and $15.97
Finely tailored skirts oi" wool
channelise and tricotine in the
model illustrated. Other skirls
' of wool Canton crepe in box or
side plaited models will appeal
to women whose preference is
for the fuller style. Navy blue
and black.
DRESSES
34.75
Were $42.73
Dresses of Poiret twill with long
vestee of embroidered beige
Georgette and novelty girdle of
ribbon put together with colored
wonder beads. Tailored model of
Canton crepe at this price also.
Sizes 4210 to S'Jlo.
One model viclurcd.
MUNS1NG
Wear
SAPOLEO
Finds countless uses in the
kitchen. It cleans cutlery,
kettles, tins, porcelain, china,
earthenware, linoleum, oil
cloth, refrigerators, tile, marble,
shelves and floors. See that
the name SAPOLIO is op
every package.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO.
Sole Manuf acturtrt
Nw York U. S. A.
MAKES POTS AND PANS
LOOK LIKE NEW
tho
The Springy Step
of Youth
A youngster is lively on his
feet. Of courscrchildren's
feet are comfortable they
have not been squeezed and
cramped into improper shoes.
As you advance in years and
your feet start dragging it
is not a sign of old age it is
much more likely that your
shoes are not right for your
feet.
VAN-HART SHOES are
correctly fitted by experts
when you wear them,, your
feet will regain their easy,
natural feeling. These shoes
have the Arch "Built-in"
that rests the foot.
1 A Dress Shoo that is Comfort
1 able; in Patent Leather, $13.f0.
in Brown Kid, $14.50; in Black
Kid, $13.50.
SHOES
n -i 'hi i an
OUR ONLY TOM IN NCW YORK'
35 WEST 36TH STREET
t
tr i nr-j m dm -
Medicine
Best Colds
Bronchitis, Asthma and
all throat troubles.
Builds new Strength.
NO DANGEROUS DRUGS.
GUARANTEED
WEAK BLOOD IS
A REAL B ARRIER
Growing Children
Often Need Glide s
Peplo-Mangan ,
Snme chililrtu grow too quickly i
sups their strength. Tliry lapse inti
c.irrlrss, desultory lmliits, or devolou
ii shrinking attitude. Their faces look
pinched.
The blood becomes overtaxed In
too rapid prnwth; and poison!, from
the Aj stem take the place of strength
piviiiK red corpuscles in the blood
lted corpuscles are those little red
particles that swim in blood and se
it its color. Gradually that child
loses interest in its play.
Poor blood needs the buihlins thai
the iron in Glide's Pepto-Manciiii
(lives to weakened blood. (Slide
Pepto-Manjran enriches the blood b
increasing the number of red corpus
cles, and restores the blood hydrhinpr
out the poisons. When the revned
blood pct.s to work, the appetite be
comes what n growing chilrt's should
he. Vour CTrngWST has Uude's Peplo
Mangan In liipud or tablet form
The name "Guile's Pepto-Mansan" is
on every package dvt.
Royal EmrmiiNtMiwc Pwooutt't lt;lt
HUNDAY WOULD WAJTTS WOIlK WONDEH4

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