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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1922.
0 By Roger Batchelder. Tho tobacco growers of Florida went not able to meet tho demands for their crop last year, ap cording to . John Ji. Shaw of Qulncy, Fla., who to at tho McAlpln to-day, and they are planning this year the biggest orop In the history of tho State. No bodv would walk a mile for a Florida clgarotto, says Mr. Shaw, and tho ninntitrn nrn irlvine their attention phlnflv to clear tobacco. "Experiments to produco a popular frado of clgarotto tonacco navo noi been successful In Florida," ho said. t!But efforts to lmprovo tho quality of Mar tobacco havo resulted In a con ntontly Increasing demand by manu facturers throughout tho country. The climate and soil of Florida's to bacco district do not seem 'to bo quite - right for tho production of a leaf that will bo popular with cigarette smokers." variably appear; but no ygentlo men! would." ' FARTHEST FROM HOME. The "New Yorker For a Day or Two" ioho is farthest from home to day is II. llara, who Is at the Pennsyl vania. Ills home town, Toklo, is about 1,500 miles from Urondway. OR HONEYMOON DEPART MENT. Though the February breezes aro chilling all who come within their sway, and though zero weather has already left Its frigid mark on the calendar, tho Juno brides and bridegrooms at least are anticipating Bummer. And, according to the prognostications revealed by the reservation clerks of New York's hotels, there will bo more Juno brides this year than ever. A glanco through tho (lies of the Commodoro and Diltmoro yesterday showed no less than nineteen Juno reservations. And each of them said "and wlfo." The hotel Cupids, accordingly, are "writing their own tickets." t SASKATCHEWAN'S POTTERY, "There aro unlimited deposits of clay of tho finest quality In Sas katchewan," says M. L. Moycr of Regina, who Is at tho McAlpin, "unJ the commercial development of these resources, which Is expected to begin soon, will mean a new and Important Industry for Canada. "Tho clay has been shown to Ik- superior to that of England and will bo far cheaper because of Can ada's heavy duty on clay, even from England. A good home market is assured, .13 Canada last year used $10,000,000 worth of clay and clay products. "With the mining of the clay it is expected that a grqpt pottery industry will grow up in Itcgina. The condi tions there are Ideal for manufactur ing and there Is plenty of coal in the district." Mr. Moycr Is returning from the convention of marble and tilo Indus tries which was recently held in Richmond, Va. American users of clay were much Interested In tho re port on Saskatchovan deposits, he said, and aro planning to send repre entatives thero to investigate the possibilities of the new field. Corns? just say Blue jay to your druggist Stops Pain Instantly The simplest way to end a corn is Blue-jay. A touch stops the pain in stantly. Then the corn loosens and comes out. Made in two forms a colorless, clear liquid (one drop does itl) and in extra thin plasters. Use whichever form you prefer, plasters or the liquid the action is the same. Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famed laboratory. Sold by all druggists. Free: Write Bauer Black, Chicago, for valuable boon, c orrert t are nj the reel ETERM BREATH THE "GENT" AND THE "GENTLEMAN." "If you want to know tho dif ference between a 'gent' and a 'gentleman,' " advises Hear Ad miral Samuel McGowan, U. S. N., retired, "ask any nn,val ofll oor who served In tho pre-Vol-ctead days. "Ho will tell you that whenever a youngster went ashore and met a miscellaneous lot of peoplo (especially late at night) and In vited all ,n board, the senior ofll cers could tell tho difference tho next day. Every 'gent' would ln- Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove it Dr. Edward's Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, net gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with feverish breath md quick relief through Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. These pleasant, succr- coated tablets are taken for the breath by nil w ho know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Ed wards' Olive Tablets without griping, nam or env disoerecable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the rormula after seventeen years of prac tice" "among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant bad breath. Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color, Take one or two every night for a week nnd note the effect. 15c and 30e. Advt. w STOLE DOT BCOtrT UMiTOnni. For three months Ctjnpbell Taylor, Negro boy of ten, living at No. 11 West 137th Street, gazed at the Boy Scout uniform in the Army and Navy Supply Store conducted by Bernard Levy at No. 37 West 125th Street. Tho strain proved too much, and yester day he put a brick through the win dow and ran off with tho suit. To was arrested, charged 'with Juvenile delinquency. COUGHS THAT PASS THE NIGHT tR V f.Mvi Unlnnri x -vvi. 1 nil The Secret of Good Health Assist Nature back to normal t- "Hon Take When Nature requires assistance, she will not be slow in conveying to you an intimation of the fact. Decline of energy, inability to sleep well, head ache, biliousness, constipation, a gen era sluggishness of mindand body and any sign ofudigcstivc "unrest" should impel you to seek the aid of a reliable medicine without delay. There is no better no surer no safer than this proven remedy. Beech Sold everywhere in boxes 10c 12 pills 25c 40 pills 50c 90 pilh MO Tape's Cold Compound". Is Quickest Relief Known tfcml stay stuffed tip! Quit lilow hifand snuffling I A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken usually breaks up a cold und ends all grippe misery. The first dose opens clagged-up ncrttrll and air passages of heudj stops nose running; relieves head- 1. ... utiiu, uuuness, leverisnness, sneezing. "I'apc's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and costs only u few cents nt'drug stores. It acts without ossistuncc. Tastes nice. Contains no quinine. Insist upon Pope's. Advt. j $550 Qining Suite : Half Price : $275 $600 Dining Suite : Half Price : $300 $650 Dining Suite : Half Price : $325 10 pieces; walnut veneer; 66-inch buffet; 54-inch table; chairs, in brown leather. f 10 pieces; in walnut or mahogany veneer ; with 60-inch 1 3 buffet; 54-inch table. 10 pieces; mahogany veneer; 66-inch buffet; 54-inch table ; chairs, in blue leather. ' $100 Chair : Half Price : $50 Wing chair, upholstered n velours; spring cushions. ' " II " ' I II I I I I I MM IIHI TTI $450 Living Room Suite : Half : $225 3 pieces; upholstered in tapestry; spring arms; beau tifully carved frame. $780 Living Room Suite : Half: $390 3 pieces; upholstered in tapestry; good-looking frame; spring arms; loose cushions. For Other Gitnbel News See Page 6 $55 Chair: Half Price: $27.50 Rltz-Carlton design; up. holstorod in damask or denim. $36 Brass Bed : $18 Satin finish brass bed; 50 of them; our entire sample line; half price. ap Store Hours 9 to 5:30 Wfe Omie News See rage 6 Gimbel Brothers 32 ND STREET BROA DWAY 33RD STREET NEW YORK CITY Store Closed All Day Today : This Sale for Thursday all Pric H FU R NITU le of RE $45 Wood Bed : $22.50 Full sizo; wooden; a n 1 1 q u o enamel finish. 75 wooden beds; entire samplo lino; half price. $27.00 Stool : $13.50 Rcmovablo spring cushion; up holstered in tapestry. Note: These Are the Last Four Days of the February Furniture Sale ! El fl 'Tl a n $450fTice Desk: $22.50 Offico desk; solid oak; quartered oak top; 42 inches wide. Cause and result. Cause: Two weeks' delay in delivery. Result: Half Price tickets on NEW Furniture. And a sale within a sale. A sale in which the February Furniture Sale makes already low-price tags lower price tags. For more NEW furniture is knocking at our doors. Spring sample lines must come in. And so this exodus. Good and new furniture going to make way for more good and new furniture. Good and new furniture: HALF PRICE. You May Pay Out of Your Income Quantities in some cases. One. or two pieces of a kind in some cases. A sale that makes early shopping a necessity, you see. Initial low sale prices. Those low sale prices cut in half. Standard Gimbel quality furniture. Built for looks. Built to live with. Rightly built and worthily. And tastefully. By furniture craftsmen. By men who know. Ought to last years in your home. Ought to last but the day in this sale. HALF PRICE. Deferred payments may be arranged on this furnituie. The dignified system arranged by Gimbcls long ago still obtains for your benefit in this sale. $19.50 Cabinet : $9.75 Sowing cabinet; made of solid mahogany; removable pin tray GIMDELS FURNITURE SHOP SEVENTH FLOOR $10.00 Chair : $5.00 Office chair; Government stylo; solid birch; mahogany finish. ' ' $600 Living Room Suite : Half : $300 3 pieces; upholstered in leather. Our entire sample line of leather suites and odd pieces at half price. $37.50 Dresser : $18.75 Mahogany or walnut vonoor dressing table; triplicate mirror. $190 Vanity : $95 Walnut vonoor vanity dresser; full sizo; adjustable mirrors. $650 Living Room Suite : Half : $325 3 pieces; in taupe or mulberry velours; spring arms; loose cushions. v'ej ;it ' '.'&' WJMmAlvK .i I . if ... ; . .1 ' ' $550 Bedroom Suite : Half Price : $275 $450 Bedroom Suite : Half Price : $225 A pieces; mahogany veneer; large, roomy dresser; bow-end 4 pieces; walnut veneer; large, roomy dresser; bow-end bed; semi-vanity; chifforobe. bed; toilet table; chifforobe. GIMBELS FURNITURE SHOP : Seventh Floor : OFFICE FURNITURE : Eighth Floor $350 Bedroom Suite : Half Price: $175 s Walnut or mahogany veneer; bow-end bed; semi-vanity dresser; chifforobe. Brooklyn, Long Is land and New Jersey Customers Direct to Gimbelspia Tubes and Subways HI 1 j t