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VENING 'WORLD!' MONDAY, MAEOH, 13, 1922. ' j . . .. , TH'E E Kentuckians Have Adopted the Oalifornia Me'.hod Of Handlujg 'I'heir' . Pvriticiiiul , Producl and Now They Have a 'Stabilized Market and Are Not at' the Mercy - of Speculators. 'brcnm of clilchen In tlic chuflnK nnd WMe. v Cm-mnnnu- Anlio. Drop, ii Chef Irttrt '.cllcrol the l'enniil-vania.) Lv By Roger Batcbcldcr. ' : That thfc Belling methods so success fully practised by thu fruit growers of, California can Iw applied with cqucl success to marketing other nurlciil- tural products In other sections Is be ing demonstrated by the tobacco growers of Kentucky, according o C. S. V. JlcCrcady of Winchester, Ky., who la at the Majestic. Dealt a heavy financial blow as a result of tho demoralization of their market In 1920. the Kentucky tobacco men organized for protection iidcmt the leadership of Judge Itobcit Uuijf ham, publisher of the I.oulBVllle Cou-ricr-Jounial. Tim first move of tn organization, said '. tr. McCrcady. was to cngago the selllhg expel t or lliu California Krult ('.lowers' Asm.cuiUon at a salary of 5U0 a day to come Hunt and put the Kentucky product buck on the- tobacco map. "The outcome ir this rxperlmrni.' Mr. McCrcady declared, "was an in crease' of 160 per cent. oer the price for 1020, when tho maiket for :1k' tobacco crop of 1921 was opened at Owensboro, Ky.. last DiccmV-r. Tfc maiket has rnntlnuttl slronu and tic live and the tobacco giuwei-N are Ju bilant, lor they see uii nd of tin fluctuating pilees whlc(i liae caust-d them .to ko under. "Tho Kentucky Tobuceo. (.rowers' Association now Includes 97 per cent, of the tobacco growers, and Its mem- crs own land estimated to uo one- enth the area of Kentucky. 1 ho as sociation has the backing of u hun- 'dred banks In the Slate. "Tho Key to the explanation of these vantly Improved conditions Is that a griiuor Is no longer forced to dump his crop on the market and take the best wire he'ean get. If he does not like the price offered, the association gives him the use of warohoue to store IiIh crop until the ikfl.WrliL't Improves. And while walt- HIM J1V illMf ... lAfl lun iiuiii the banks SO per cent, of the market Jvalne of Ins rnip. Thus the market Is automat eali.v stabilised, and then Is little d'lnger ol ii n-i-urivnco of th- condttl him that existed In 1920. when tho glowers iii-ed most of their crop for fertilizer, as it meant only further loss to haul It to market." HOW ABOUT THIS? "It Is far easier to make acquain tances In Europe than In this coun try," asserted Kdouard loudll of Montpelllcr, Krancc., who 'is nt the Astor after having played n scries fit exhibition billiard matches In differ ent titles of the United States. f'De- Vpltn the- tnct that 1 had n most cor dial reception from the Amateur HII- llard 1'lnyei.V Association. 1 feel that ,1 shall ulwiiYf lelnaln a stranger here. In Kuropo there seems to be moro enmaradetie. "I do not call this a free country," ho went on, "because you have Pro hibition. When 1 question Ameri cans, they all nay lhat they oo not llko It. Then why do you have It? It ulso seems to me that American worn fn havo the men under their thumbs, and tho men Nccm (o accept the sltua tlon. These matters are not related in the snlrlt of criticism: they arc merely thlncs which impress the foreigner as 'being different. On tho other hand, there are countless thlngn whifh tho vtsltfir cannot but admire. Your hotels, telephones, elevators trains nnd travelling' facilities, mid subways all arc better arranged than ours and ure much more satis factory than In Kuropo." 4 A SUGGESTION FOR .MOTORISTS. Thoirtas Anderson of Toronto, at the Hcliuont, suggests that those- who drive their own cars and liVe In New York and nearby States make a road trip tO Canada tills summer and s.ee whaJl the Dominion lias to offer. "I'lcuMire trips to Montreal, Toron to, Hamilton ami other Canadian cit- ier will prove very Interesting and novel to Americans," he declared. The tcenery is really wonderful, and N COOK BOOK W The sixteenth or a sor 111 Ho recipes, written espec tNJ ' York's famous chefs foi THE VISITING 'HOUSEWIFE'S COOK BOOK. lies of favor- lally by New for the scrap- books of "ftoiv orkem I-or a Uay or Two," Is by Ilcne Anjanl, chef of the Waldorf. llrcast of chicken complete, he tells us, has long been a renowned item on tho menu of his hotel, and this is how he prepares It: Remove the sklif'from tho breast of a tender three or four lir pound chicken. Season with pep IM per and salt. Place It In a sauce pan with two ounces of fresh butter, ndd four large, fresh white mushrooms, and cook until almost done. Then add a slice of Virginia ham, and cook for two minutes more. Dish tho ham into a chaf ing dish, then the chicken nnd mushrooms. In the pan add a teaspoonfitl of paprika and cook for one minute. Add a tcaspoon- ful of cream sauce and a small cup of sweet cream. Boll for ono minute, strain and pour over the well worth while, nnd tho roada will bt In excellent' condition this sunt' incr." ,,i FA R1VES1 r'UOM HOME, 'the "A'iNO Yorhcr For a Day or Tivo" ciii ( larthenl trom how to 'lav' Is Mrs. It. U, (lri.tom, cho i at the t'ctiMtilvania, Her home town. I'lttacaid, tlqUrla, In over 6,000 miles tram JJtoailthtu. TWO LITTLE DOGS BITE 3 PERSONS Woman and Policeman Are At: tacked by One Animal, Clijkl Vv .Another. Ttt-r, iltir rlnuM-. tipritmc neevc.1 ...ni,! l'flainrfliti nfternouii unu MM a result three pemme arc nursing vcro wounds. JUr. SiraluXymoss, thlr-tv-Rcvcn. No. 219 Kust 40th Street, went npstiilrj to thf piirtinent of Joseph Donla'and was pitting nis small black nnd tan. when the animal suddenly isanli his tcc'lh In her lett leg. Patrolman Welter, called In by nclgn i mlri im nuiiilt! ihkc the doir nnrl i. i .1.. nll.ir lln n'nfl ulintif in IMJ I k hi m. - pat the dog's head when tho animul bit his right nana. - li. wu? oi iteucvue Hospital, attenueu lire pairoiniun a.nd Mrs. .SCynioss and tho dog was. locked In a coal bin. - . A half hour Inter, when three -yea old CJardlnelU Stankowiti. No. 22t Rial 3tst Street, slopped to pet lriy do near her.home It oil her right hnmi I he rhliifs crriirns litoitght two im who hent off tho dog, Tho child w attended ly nn nmbulnnco surgeon and the dog chained In a cellar. Tho Health Department was notified and It Is prob rfhlc thcr w.lll bo two peevish dogs les n rt - nil agent Mulshes his work thlf mornlnr 5o!tl)Q Broadway. DRESS SILKS A Remarkable Offering High Grade Printed Crepe de Chine A RICH, HEAVY AND SERVICEABLE QUALITY, IN EXQUISITE TWO TONE AND MULTI-COLORED COM BINATIONS. SUITABLE FOR STREET DRESSES, HOUSE GOWNS, KIMONOS. LININGS. ETC. 40 INCHES WIDE. " Manufactured to Sell at 4.50 yd. Our Sale Price 1.79 'tJoutiger tlXU'MI id Sage Tea Darkens Hair to any Shade (p TTHEN vou darken your YY hair with bagc lea and Sulphur, no. one can tell, be cause it's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mix ture though, at home is mussy and troublesome. At little cost, you can tu t any drug store the reau.. -.. ,ijc prep aration, improved by the ad dition of other ingredients, called "Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one smaK strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disap. pears, and after another ap. plication or,two your hair be comes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. Gra.V, faded hair, though no disgrace. Is a sign of old age, and as we ajl desire a youth ful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, and look years younger. ' PIANOS' 4 JtP&&ttBBKHtBBfKKRB m . In addition to the WATERS PIANOS nnrl WATERS AUTOLA player-pianos, with thdr unsurpassed beauty of tone and finish, we oresenr tlie handsome new CHESTER. moXly $350 sfe A full size, splendid tone piano, with beautiful case and all improvements fully warranted. Player-Piano, $490 $10 MONTHLY. NO INTEREST CHARGES. This is a wonderful instrument, with full scale ot oo noes and automatic tracker. EVERY" rro TO-DATE IMPROVEMENT. Simple and easy to play. Renders all the great masterpieces accurately, and faithfully reproduces the finest tone shadings. BENCH, MUSIC ROLLS AND TUNING FREE Horace Waters & Co. 134 Fifth Avenue, near 18th Street Harlem Branch 254 West 125th St., Near 8th Ave. Bronx branch 371 East 149th St., Near 3d Ave. f: If,: V. .K7 ( ... y: Stern Brothers WcsC 42nd Street (Between 5th and 6th Avenues) West 43rd Street Rarely are such values available as we ncrw offer in our MARCH SALE of CHINA and GLASSWARE LIMOGES CHINA DINNER SETS- 106 pes. Deeply etched; gold encrusted border; matt gold handles; conventional design; open stock. Remarkably Low at $199.00 Reduced from $357) LIMOGES CHINA DINNER SETS 206 pieces: richly colored, conventional border design; matt gold handles. (Uai-j C.f Reduced to $4 I JV IMPORTED CHINA DINNER SETS-. 100 pieces; conventional border of small pink rose buds; gold line edge; matt x. gold handles Reduced to v JZ7 JV AMERICAN PORCELAIN DINNER SETS -too pieces; colored conventional bor der, gold edge and traced fhym fri gold handles Keaucea to ',w'vv AMERICAN PORCELAIN DINNER SETS 1 06 pieces; beautiful new colored con ventional border designs; matt gold handles Reduced to $35.00 BEAUTIFULLY COLORED GLASSWARE in the new Jade Green and other colors. Comports, Vases, Flower or Fruit Centres with black stands; Handled Plates, rr r Mayonnaise Sets and various other articles. . . Reduced prices iplyU Up to zJ CLEAR CRYSTAL NEEDLE ETCHED STEM WARE Q Water Goblets, tall or low Sherbets, Cocktail Glasses . . Each, AtZsQ 15c 20c TABLE TUM3LERS; designs to match stem ware . . Each, ICED TEA TUMBLERS; designs to match stem ware. Each, In the Upholstery Department Fourth Floor.. Two Notable Sales for Tuesday : MERCERIZED POPLIN (50 inches wide) Noticeable for its beautiful, heavy quality, this fabric is suitable for making portieres window draperies, bed spreads, pillows and various other decorative articles for the home. Tenof the most desirable colors. ' Per Yard $1.15 Regularly $2.25) 50-inch Imported Craftsman Canvas Per Yard $1.50 (Regularly $2.25) A jute and linen weave particularly well adapted to the Spring and Summer decoration of town or country homes, and lending itself admirably to embroidery or stenciled designs. In ti effective colors. 0 STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE At Decidedly Advantageous Prices Tuesday. STERLING SILVER DEPOSIT WARE Cheese Plate and Knife, Guest Room or Medicine sterling handle ...... 4) JOD Glasses in assorted colors, , Mayonnaise Dish and . - Tea Sets (three pieces) Ladle Ij435 Deposited on White China . $235 $545 Flower Vase, 15 inches. $5.45 Lemonade or Water Pitchers 495 STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE Flower Vases, 12 inches . $9.45 Nabisco Cracker Holders, $3.45 Candlesticks, 10 ins., pair 12.65 c or Scrvcr' sterling handles 1.75 Six in case '. 3.75 Knife Rest .... 1.35 Income Tax I xperl en IV Tain Floor Balcony (Bank) lo Kelp Our Patrons ' l sjiuviuinyuuiz o 1 1872 Our (I olden Anniversary Year 1922 jfl 59TH TO GOTH TO THIRD ANUE ri(. i "tit -j ).. i (w H' ttcTJ Run ' mi j V I Introducing the Paris Vogue of Lace Gowns for Women Specially . $- Q95 In Four Priced X" Styles In Four Wanted Colors Lace dresses exquisitely draped and designed especially for the more matronly figure. ' The newest and mostJappropriate gown for afternoon or dinner wear and also informal occasions. A large numbenof flattering-models to choose from, including many Spanish effects and can ton crepe and lace combinations. Colors are black, brown, and mohawk. All women's sizes. Women yho pride themselves on being up-to-the-' minute as well as economical will not dare fail to include one of these charming, graceful dresses in their spring wardrobe. ' Uloobxingdale'a Second Floor OO Toric Kryptok Lenses, $10.65 For This Week Only The only invisible bifocal Ions. For distance and near. Ground from ono solid piece of glass. Eye4'pxaminaHon included. a Main Floor Seamless Elastic Hosiery and Bandages Low Priced Elastic Anklet Linen. ... Elastic Anklet Sjlk Elastic Knee Cap Linen.. . Elastic Knee Cap Silk Elastic Legging Linen. . Elastic Legging Silk . Elastic Stocking Linen . Elastic Stocking Silk. . .. Acq Bandage, All Cotton tic, No Rubber. 3 I 4 Inch Elastic Abdominal Belts- Elastic Abdominal Uclts Main Floor, llalcony. $2.50 3.00 2.50 3.00 2.75 3.50 3.00 4.50 75c; . .95c Linen 54.00 -Silk J7.50 New Tub Dresses for Girls Specially Priced at $1.95 A new shipment of fresh tub dresses just as pretty and serviceable as ever. Made up in bright checks, colpred Peggy cloth, plaid ginghams and eautiful chambrays. Colors are red, blue, green and brown. Heaps of styles ideally suited to the growing girl. Sizes 6 .to 14. j&i.'- " Dla9aidli'a Second Floor i Sale! Men's Athletic Union Suits, 89c These exceptionally well-made garments; are of fine white madras and soisettc, in "self or satin stripes and plaids. Comfortable styles sleeve less and knee length. An opportunity for men to replenish their wardrobes at a decidedly low price. Eloomlngdulo'iMaln Floor. F Sale of Rugs and Linoleums Heavy Axminster Rugs at $24.75 300 gs in 9x12 size enter tho sale at this low price $24.75. A large range of designs and colors Persian, Chinese or Turkish that are suitable for any room. Seamless Velvet Rugs, 9x12, $28.75 Heavy and durable rugs of rich two-toned Chinese, Per sian or Oriental designs, finished with linen fringe. Royal Wilton Rugs Just received from a famous American mill, these rich high silk napped rugs of the most desirable Persian and Chinese designs and colors. Finished with heavy linen fringe. 9x12, $69; 8.3x10.6, $67; Gx9, $42.50. Nairn's Inlaid Linoleum Sq. Yd., 98c Colors go through to the back. Good as sortment of tile and wood patterns. Seamless All Wool Brussels Rugs, $13.85 Size 9x12. Woven in small, neat, all-over and medallion designs. Good quality for hard wear. Imported Japanese Grass Rugs Our own importation; woven in medallion or band border. In colors of blue, brown, green and gray. Size 9x12, $5.75; 8x10, $1.95; 0x9, $3.45; 4.6x7.6, $2.50. Armstrong's Printed Cork Linoleum, 64c. Sq. Yd. Printed on heavy cork foundation with burlap back. Inlaid tile or hardwood effects. (ogiMiuiiieili a Third Flour UMt U J JU,'. LL4I .