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THE EVENING- WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921.
New w Ml mm -nn For A nnv Steamship Companies in San Francisco Report Heaviest Outgoing Traffic, Passen ger and Freight, Since 1913, But Not so Heavy Coming Back. By Roger Batchelder. "Amerlcnn Height nnil passenger business Is ni'W blfjRer than nt any time Hlnco 1D1S," according to A. J. MncPlkc, representative of n Jap anese steamship company, who ar llvetl at the Waldorf )uterdny from Km Francisco. "I mn not spc:cking for my company alone," ho declared, "out for neveral other lines which run to the. Far Kaat. Wharves at San Francisco arc piled with freight, and passenger bookings' for a month lihead are scarce and h.nd to obtain. This condition Is absolutely tho re verse from that recently described in the press. It means that American j goods are going to tho Orient, tho I'ar East and tho Antipodes In great Quantities'. The return freights are not to heavy, as much merchandise Is not routed by San Kr.inclsco, but "t la up to the average." SHE WASTED NO TIME. "An incident on the train from Bridgeport this morning caused considerable excitement among tho passengers." declared William Lee of that city, who Is at the mitmore. "A young lady took her seat and took a typewriter from her b.ig. From Drldgeport to New York she worked steadily. It was Intel estlng to watch the effect on the other passengers. Old gentlemen, nurprlscd at hear ing the familiar clicking in an unfamiliar place, laid down their papers for the rest of the trip, und girls who were apparently stenographers also were greatly impressed by the writer's time saving Innovation." LAST CALL FOR ARGENTINE ANTS. "An open f"i tin Argentine ant has been d'vlaied In New Orleans," d clnivj C, S Marker, State Kntomologtst of Louisiana, who Is at, tho Commodore. "This destructive j pest has bothered us for some time, and at a recentf meeting of a garden association, war was declared. The district will be divided Into sections, nnd a certain amount of money will I bo allotted to isach section for the ex termination. This, it is expectod, will be raised In part among the peoplo of the sections." "AS OTHERS SEE US." "New York's tralllc system Is tho most Interesting feature of your city to me," Bald P. J. Darre of Copenhagen, Denmark, who U at tho McAlpln. "Though my homo town has CO0.OO0 people, tho 'go ns you please' plan Is In effect on tho streets. When t raffle In creased greatly not long ago, sev eral policemen were detailed to regulate It at tho busiest corners. They attracted much attention, and were tho caus: of consider able comment. ' "Therefore you can ie that tho signal system of Fifth Avcnuo and tho mounted police of Now York aro nreat novelties to tho Danish visitor. Hut n strange feature of Copenhagen la that few street accidents happen. If a per son Is killed or hurt by an auto mobile, tho newspapers print a column. Here. I notice, a few lines often suffice for fatalltloa." YO, HO, HO" "I wonder how many peoplo realise that tho sugar sweetens their coffee and tho rum they used to drink comes from tho same sourco7" inquired Har old B. Llndo, plantation owner in tho British West Indies, at the Pennsyl vania. "Sugar canes," he explained, "are cut and crushed, and the Juice drained from them. This Is nllowert to evaporate nnd crystallze until1 you get the soft sugar from which are separated molabses and other by products. Tho raw sugar Is sent to this country for refining. The mo lasses js distilled by a certain process which can't bo explained In New York and then you have rum In the West Imlles." FURTHEST FROM 110 M . The "New Yorker For a Day or Two" who is furthest from home It T Hhioematsu, toho is at the Venmvt tnnia. Ills home town, Tokio. is about 8.000 mitca from llrondtcav. DEER SMASHES MOTOR CAR. Trie tn Jnmfi (lpr It, Injure Driver unit la Killed. (IL'ILFOrtD. Conn.. Oct. 20. A col lision between n deer find nn nutoniobllo In the outskirts of this town yesterday reaulted tn Injuries to the automobile driver, dsmare to the mnchlno and the killing ef the iter. The 'animal was being chssed by two dona when It jtsrted to oro the high way It attempted to Jump over the automobile but landed on the hood, ono foot going through the windshield. Don ald Voce of Clinton, tho driver, sua' tallied several cuts and bruises. The deer had two broken lcg and other Injuries and was (hot by a town official, 122 W. 34th St.- nrp. macvs -119 W. 33d St. orr. oimbei.'s Extraordinary Dress Sale Today and Friday 150 High Class Models at Great Sacrifice DRESSES BlackChiffonVelvet Smart new Combinations of Chiffon Velvet nnd Georgette (as illustrated), Flare Bell sleeves of Georg ette with many rows of tucking nnd silk braided skirt. Today and Friday $ 19.50 Made to Retail at $35 to $49.50 This Dress $19.50 $L Altmatt $c MADISON AVENUE - FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK Thirty-fourth Streef , Thirty-fifth Street For tomorrow (Friday) Am Extraordioary Offferimig Mi W a-' m J i v ( ANNOUNCE for FRIDAY and SATURDAY on the Third Floor a Most Remarkable Presentation of 5.95 WONDER HATS that top the costume with distinction, and forfeit none of their smartness by being low-priced. EVER was there such profusion in coloring, in models, in fabrics, in trimming than in this collecr tion of Wonder Hats. Fashion in her most lavish mood designed them that is evident when one sees banks of fruits and flowers showing off their coloring to advan. tage from small brimmed effects the generous embroidery that completely covers others in glor) the gay, dashing quills, the ostrich or glycerined fancies or the charming ornaments that add just the right finishing touch. And such materials: Silk Duvetyue, Fett and Velvets in every shade that is in Vogue for Autumn wear, as well ns black 5, Yards of Black AM-silk Canton Crepe (pebble-face, dull satin-finish; reversible) at "SX per y&iru This crepe is of splendid quality, and at the price quoted presents an unusual purchasing opportunity . iS and telephone orders will receive prompt attention. (Sale on the First Floor) A Special Clearance off Women's So It Dlooses in a number off the wanted styles, variously modeled in crepe de Chine, net and georgette, and as variously em bellished with embroidery, lace and beads offern ng remarkable valines at $4.9 & 7-75 The range off colors embraces navy blue, beige, brown and gray, in addition to flesh-tone and white. (Sale on the Third Floor) A Timely Sale Women's Lounging; Robes very specSally priced 9 bound with satin ribbon, finished with cord girdle; in rose, blue and gray . $6o85 BflderdoWffll RoIbeS bound with satin ribbon; offer ing a choice off several colors .... $6.85 (Sale on the Third Floor) THE FOOTBALL SEASON IS NOW ON Qtt PoiUd as to Wlnnsri and tho Boom of Formrr Btnom THE 1921 WORLD ALMANAC Will lijulp " ijii io Ain-Acr All Que, Hon AulhorMnMvtly PRICE B0 CENTS BY MAIL 65 CENTS 0PPENHEIM.(2LtlNS& J4th Street New York For Junior 8 and Girls Friday Chinchilla Coats with Large Shawl Collars of 1 Natural Raccoon (Sizes 8. to 16 years) First in Fashion andScrviccs and also First in the Favor of tho Voting Miss Ilersolf. 29.75 10.00 Lower Than Present Value and Practically Half Last Year's Price All-Wool Chinchilla; cozy, warm, yet light , in weight. Belted model, beautifully lined and interlined. Brown, Navy and Cinnamon Combinatior Frocks of Velvet and Crepe de Chine (Sizes 8 to 14 Years) Proving that Pari? means us much in a fMlr GirVs Frock as in the Oriwi-avs1 Fashions. 18.00 Dollars Cheaper Than Is Usual for 'Such Style Beauty and Fine Quality Yoke, cuffs and skirt of Velvet with em broidery stitching. Crepe de Chine waists. Brown Velvet, with Tan Crepe de Chine, and Navy or Black, with Henna or Jade. QPPENHEIMUINS & 34th Street New York Special Friday Girls New Millinery Velvet, combinations of Duvetyne and Vel vet, also Beaver. Values to 7.50 3.95 Newest roll - brim, pokeand tarn models trimmed with wor sted flowers, feather fancies and ribbon. Careless Shampooing I , Spoils the Hair ' Soap hould b wad very ctrefully, if you wint to keep your hair looking at it, bet. Most toapi and prepared ihampooi contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for iteaily use is Mulsifitd ( coccunut oil shampoo (which is pure and1 greasciess) and is better than anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls of Mulsified will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It makes an abundance of rich creamy lather, which rinsea out easily, removing every par ticle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, hrinht. lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. I You can get Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few ! ounces will supply every member of the family 'for months Be sure sour druggist gives jou Mulsihed N.w Yssrk World, Kw York Clr CtCtANDT OIL SHAMPOf The New Way to End Corns The Scientific Method Easy, Gentle, Quick and Sura A famous chemist, some years ago; discovered a way to end corns. A surgical dressing house of world-wide repute adopted and produced it. Millions of people use this instant relief and quickly rid themselves of throbblne corns. The method Is Blue-jay liquid or plaster. One applies it by a touch. The pain stops instantly, and the whole corn quickly loosens and comes out. Old, harsh methods are supplanted by it. So with com pads, so with parine. All such ways are folly. Try Blue-jay on one corn now and see. You will be delighted. Your druggist has Liquid or Plaster Blue jay stops pain ends corns a Bauer & Black product SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS ?! -.! 3T -a MI m .1 & 1 V ' i