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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922.
12 I wers plan TOME PROHIBITION ISSUE (FALL CAMPAIGN Association Against Volstead r Acts to. Question Each Congressional Candidate. WASHINGTON', May !. The Association Apnlnst the Prohibition Amendment, with 300,000 mcmlxTH In the United Stntrs nnd 40,000 members In New York, Is laying plan for nc- tlvo participation In the Concresslonal campaign next (all. Inasmuch as the Anti-Saloon LcAguif, now In convention In Mil waukee has announced that It will require... every candidate for Congress to take., a stand on Prohibition, U is quite plain that Prohibition will bo an Issue In every Congressional district. Wet'leaders Intend to mako It plain that they aro not flshtlng: for the restoration of the saloon or for un limited traffic In liquor. They will stress the issue of personal liberty. Following tho lines of tho Antl- Saloon-Lcajrue, they will deal directly,! with politicians and office seekers. They will fltrht upholders of the Vol stead act. and force the Anti-Saloon Leagruejto a show of strenftth. Col, Jtansom Gillette, chief of the Wtt foros, said here to-day: "TheiProhlbltlon amendment Is the flrot experiment wo have ever made In paternal government. It has re sulted in bringing about a contempt for all laws and a restlessness which manifesto Itself In a great many ways not atjpresent apparent. It Is un fortunate that liquid has Ixscn made tho Issue upon which our theory ot free goyprnment has to bo fought out again. "The "construction put upon the Eighteenth Amendment by the Vol stead ASt1 results In this ltuaUon: We are conilhually spied upon and policed by tho "Federal Government, nn nil , thorlty ive ought to lovo, but which we aretynp'dly being taught lo hate and distrust, "I am.? Informed that the Antl-Sa-loon hittujuo has resolved that every candidate, for Congress must declare whetheSho or she l 'wet or dry.' ' "Ttili&nf.&oclntlon means lo bring about the same result, so that seems to ruake.lt unanimous, and it's golnj to be ajbad year for tho straddling Candidate." FIRE LOSSES IN U. S. JUMP $196,000,000 WITHIN 5 YEARS Total Last Year $485, 000,000, or $4.47 Per Capita of Population. Figures presented at tho Na tional Board of Flro Under writers' mooting yosterday showed flro losses ot the United States for 1921 exceeded thoso of 1V20 by approximately $38,000,000, and for tho year 1917 by (196,000,000. Figures for tho four-year period, Including tho per capita average, showing tho Increased losses, follow: 1917 total, 1280,635,000; per capita, (2.79. 1918 total, (3.36. 1919 total, (2.99. 1920 total, (4t7.886.e77, and (3.81. 1921 total, (486,000,000, and (j-47i BURNS CONTROL OF COAL CO. SUSTAINED (368,878,876, nnd (320,610,399, and RESEARCH ENGINEER HELD AS AUTO THIEF PeOtee t"lirirr Knpect Specialised In HlBh-rrlPFd Cam. Jfehn lea ff1er of Woodhaven, L I o eafts hlnmelf a "research nngi heer)" tyas arraigned In the Court of .General Session and held to-day on an Indictment charging grand larceny. He Is charged by Sergt. Dillon, head of the Automobile Squad, with a series of aulo theft, pillon says Ksffler specialized In CadiUaos costing around (6,000 to 6,090, Among Kafflera victims, Dillon says, are Emll Butard. silk merchant, living mi No. 340 West 88th Street, and flenjunln fillver of No. 720 Rlveraldo brlve. r The detective ehargej Kaffler soli the cars "he stole to Louis Hohwartx, automobile dealer of Revere Ileach, Mass., giving a bill of sale with each Stockholders Approve Mnn- agemcnt Seven More Members Are Added Tho expected ousting of members of tho Burns family from tho Hums Brothers Coal Company did not ma te: lallzo at the annual meeting of stockholders In JoiBoy City yoHtcrdny. it was freely elated a few weeks ago that both M. F. Burns and his son, Francis L,., president nnd Ticoh urcr of the company, would bo forced out. Friction developed about a month ngo between tho Durnses and tho Schatxkln-Shca Interests In the com pany, nnd both father nnd son pre sented their resignations. Thcso were not accepted, and when tho votes were counted yesterday Is was found that tho picsent management was stilt In control. Seven new directors, two of them reprcrentlng Fnrrcll Interests, were lidded to the board. suinnAV'.i i,EAM:n for t,nao,ono. A syndicate headod by Charles W. Orool leased for sixty-seven yenrs tho Mx-story hotel, npnrtmont and restau rant building at Nos. 223 to 232 West 42d Street, known as Murray's, The lessees will pay an aggregato rental of (4,600,000 for the term. 623 Pyreix Glass Cnssrroo Holder in Dutch Silver Desi&n, fS THOUGH many things shown at Ovlngton's are useful, there are others which, like the lilies of the field, toll not, neither do they spin. They do nothing nnd they do It exceed ingly well. O VINGTON'S "Tha Gin Shop of Fifth Anna" Fifth Avenue at 39th Street - o tor the Younger Men V Scmi-rough rips nrr r nounccd favorites with younger men and are being fea tured by ub in pleasing array. Trimly modeled three and four but ton aacka, soft rolling lapds, thor oughly tailored, in quiet gray duo tones and choice overplaids, em bracing every es sential of correct manly appearance, $38, or more if you prefer. Brokaw Brothers Broadway at Forty-Second Street at INOED 1856. POSTMASTER HELD, THREAT TO KILL HUSBAND ALLEGED Accused of Pulling Gun When He went Home with An other's Wife. Joseph Caclo, twentv-slx yenrs old, of No. 4B Kamona Street. Falrvlew, N. J., where he Is postmaster, was held In (1,000 ball to day In the First Criminal Court at Jersey Pity, for ex. amlnntlon on June 1, on a charge of threatening tho lifo of Hnrr, Turn bull. Tumbull, who lives at No. 27 St. Paul's Avenue, Jersey City, said when his wife returned homo lato lost evening, film whs accompanied by Cnclo. When he asked who tho mun was, he said IiIh wife made no reply. When he looked at the man, tho lat ter pulled a gun, nnd pointed It nt Tumbull, who s.iys the "If you won't lot up shoot to kill; I am an officer of tho tnw." Then ho ran away. Tumbull snld, hut when caught by Pelectlvcn Lyng unrt Hherlrinn showed 11 permit to earry n icvnlvcr, and declared Hint he was not with Mrs Tumbull, but had merely been unlklng near her. when he was apprnnrlil In a threat ening wny. man said; on mo I will Talent Leather or While Buck. Well lole and Walk, ing heel. In While 'Buck with Shark, tkin saddle. 1ubber tote and httl. S-A-L-E spells more than "sale" when it is signed "CAMMEYER" All shoes illustrated and many more Now $7-45 Formerly up to $12.50 Pure Thread Silk Hose In 'Patent Ltalhtr with turn 'ottandCubancovtredheel. White 'Buck nilh lip and taaatt of Cray talf or ion Yellow. Dandtl tote. Walking httl Well $1 .10 lnDull "Black Kid. Turn tolt and 'Petite French heel. Ribbed, fashioned, in two-tone effects of Periwinkle, Radio Blue, Maple Sugar, Honey Dew', "Nile Green 'Patent Leather. Welt tolt and leather military httl. CAMMBYB' ff-SumptdoniShoe Meant Sundatd of Mtrit Lay y III aped 47 West 34 th St.. New York. BROOKJLYN-300 FULTON ST. NEWARK 649 BROAD ST. II Automobiles Clearance 4.75 ;It's "Of?' in a cloud of dust" when" you step into one of these racers, red with yellow stripes, quite the most dash ing thing you've seen. Strong rubber-tired wheels. Sizes for .4 to 8 'years: Express Vagons Reduced ,to Clear 4, 7.50 Express wagons of the better quality ,have been, greatly reduced. VTOY DEPT.-SEVENTH TLOOR Lord & Taylor t FIFTH-AVENUE t Girls' veaters H.95 'Suchrajaunty!becomng little' style for thc;small girl: It 'is 'soft- mohairin natural camel hairjcolori'i jade,' red, Coperihagcn, henna J navy or white. Bateauor V-neck. OURTHiFLOOR cJt Sate r girls' 'and Juniors' Blousesl-95 DimitieSlawn-ariH pon .gettc" ;'thcse. fine' and IamrtatenaUvfashion? the smart Isummer blouses offered at fsuch sal remark dbly low prfce'tomorrow. . The" purchase we" made of jthese f blouses', includes correct tailored modeIsand othe'rt vith a hand-crocheted cdge'or: lace trimming. SgWfthe agc;to 'wear blouses wants to lay in a crodi&pplyiwhtri'she sees thesc.Sizes lonto -aD'years. 'Boys' and girls! CAMPING TIME On the Fourth Floor- "Off for Camp" is the next word after the closing of school and every girl and boy who is planning a summer at camp ought to plan camp clothes now tooi Everything for camp; on our Fourth Floor. Boys Camp4Suits, blouse with short sleeves, straight knickers, khaki, blue, brown or grey, 5 to 12 years, 2.95. JuniorSuits, khaki with short knickers and belt, 3 to 8 years, 1.95. Shirt and Knickers of Khaki, 2.45. Khaki Straight Flapper Knickers, 5 to 12, 1.45. Full Khaki Knickers, 8 to 18 years, 1.45. Khaki Middy Hats, 65c. Khaki Sports Blouse, 7 to r4 years, 1. Khaki Sports Shirts, 12 to 14, 1.65. Boys' Sweaters, 4 to 10. Boys' Bathing Suits, 1.75 to 4.95. Black Rubber Coats, 3.85. Caps, 1 Girls Khaki Middys, Bloomers, and Skirts, 6rto 16 years, 1.95. Khaki Knickers, 8 to 18 years, 2.25. White Jean Middys 6 to 16 years, 1.50, 1.95. White Jean Skirts; 6 to 14 years, 1.50. Flannel Middys, 6 to 18 years, 5.95 and 7.95. Black Sateen Bloomers, 6 to 16 years, 1.95. Wool Serge Bloomers, 6 to 16 years, 4.95. Jersey Bathing Suits, in two-in-one style, navy blue, 6.95. Beacon Blanket BauV Robes, 3.95 and 4.95. Sneakers White oxford, 8 to io, 1.75; Vii J to 2, 2; 24 to 7, 2.25. White High Lace, 8jto 11, 2; to 2, 2.25; 2 to 7, 2.50. White, Brown Trimming, 1O2 to 2, 2.50; brown or white, leather trimming, 2J to 6, 2.50. Other Things Girls' Athletic Union Suits, 4 txvi2 years, 75c. Golf Hose of heavy cotton for boys or girls. Black and grey, 65c pair. Hand kerchiefs Colored ' bordered for boys, dozen 2.50. Colored linen for girls, dozen 2.50. FOURTH FLOOR Girls' Oxfords and Pumps 5.75 350 pairs reduced frommuch higher prices! One and two strap pumps in black, tan or patent leather, also black or tan Norwegian calfskin ox fords are included in the Sale. Sizes are not complete, but include almost all sizes from to 7. FOURTH FLOOR Girls' Pajamas Special 1.50 Soft percale jwJth pongee finish makes these comfort able two-piece pajama suits with middy coat trimmed with bands of white. Cotton crepe' pajamas in the 1 same style, 2.75 The 'Boys Section Blue Serge NorfSIks 17.50 Just the jthing for Gradua tionor the more festive moments through the "sum mer., All-wool navy'blue serge, every" one tailored to our high' standard and every one with extra knickers. Sizes 8 to '18 years. White Duck Knlckers.thc kind that look so smart with a blue coat, $1.75. Sports Blouses of Striped Percale, 7 to 15 years, 1.50. FOUItTH-rlOOR 4- HrHlf f "'f'H"f f"ffirififf""" BARS CXTRA LARGE. extra Good I A dime's worth for a nickel! Big and fine as they were, we've made these famous AUERBACH Chocolate Bars bigger and finer. Yet they cost no more. Take a hint: stop at any candy place and try one of the many popular AUERBACH varieties. They're crowded to the wrapper with whole some chocolate, enclos ing a tempting filling that makes every bite encourage another. And there are more bites now! Sold everywhere. AUERBACH CHOCOLATE BARS D. AUERBACH & SONS ChoctUlt HtaJutjim NewTork,U.S.A. iigSS 5M 8 w x MR. RETAILER: The followinp wholesale distributor can mpply you with the blagcr and better AUERBACH Bart SCHARF BROS., 203 Boworj. NEW YORK CITY T. K. CHRIST. 2155 Second A. PETER DOMENICOS, 8 Murrj St. J. GOOD, 300 E. 77th St. S. KATZ, 112 Korjth St. LOWENTHAL &SCHLOSS.2616 Third Kir. NEW CHAMBERS CONFECTIONERY CO., 19 New Clumber, St. G. E. O'NEIL, 11 W. 107th SL TONY PACE. 145 Sullinn SL PAPADAPOULOS & CO.. 561 Second A. D.PRODROMITIES & CO., 13MiditonSl. REFRESHMENT SALES CORP., 35 Ririnc ton St. ROSSNER & KANNER, 2863 Third Ate. (3 PHILIP SILVERSCHEIN, 79 Willel St. SPARTA WHOLESALECONFECTIONER Y, 48 Roosevelt Si. YORKVItXE CANDY CORP., 1672Third Aie BROOKLYN JAFFA CO., 102 Ellerr St. M. RIGAS, 24 Smith St. P. SCHLAEFER, 900 Jefferion Ae. D. SIEGLER, 531 Rocktwiy At. M. BOLLET, 220 Lirlin St., Arrerne, L. I. R. B. CANDY CO., 62 N. Fiiniew Arc, Rockawaj Beteh, L I. EVAN THOMAS, 14th Ae. Whiteitone, L. I. HE Am Founded IS 27 FOURTEENTH STREET WEST OF FIFTH AVE. Special Prices in SPORT TOGS For Over the Holidays Women's Pure Silk Sweaters 14.24 Were $16.48 Rich, heavy quality, smartest new Tuxedo models, fancy striped weave. Colors are brown, black, navy, gray and tangerine. Tub Skirts For Mlstes and Small Women Fine quality gabardine smartly styled were $2.07 to $3.07... . 1.77 Silk Sport Sklrta shell pink, black, spoit shades and nivy were 15.07 to $6.97. .112. 05 Women's Silk Mixed Sport Hose In all popular sport coloring were 91.10 87 Women's All-Silk Sport Hose extra heavy silk full fash ioned green, black, cordo van with contrasting col ored stripes were 61.57 3.32 AN EXTRA SPECIAL About 190 Pairs Sport Oxfords Suitable for boys or women. 3.45 Value $5.45 Ot smoked e$k, with rubber soles and brown saddles sizes 2i to 5$. See Pages 17 and 35 for Other Hiarn Advertising IX VUJOW LmUS UllTAlULNCB Willi XOU KBBD 4 VTOKLO ''WJLNT' iA VilUU JTIKU If . 0 1 4 i 1 i'-jmi