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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1922.
8 Javanese Booster Tells of the Beauties of the Tropical Island. By Roger Bntchclder. Wc lire nenr tlic tropics and h-iv" eniy two season In the yenr. the w-t tind the Jry season, reported Leo Hun. who Is nt the Astor from Juvu "However, there lire wonderful retold In our mountnlns. where our people have their country homes and when' they pans week-ends throughout the yenr. "Many kinds of fruit which are iir known here crow In almndanos on the Island," he went on. "There aro munROOs. strance varieties of uananus doerlans. u favorite native fruit, and djamhocs. which are not unlike the pear of this country." Mr. Han remarked that tho only unpleasant feature of Ills home '".Is trlct was an occasional earthquake, which often does much damj?e. American-made automobiles, he snH In conclusion, have supplanted In popu larity the foielsn cars which were generally used before tho war. NO CIVILIAN FLYERS THERE. While here any one who wishes may loop tho loop. Japanese civilians have not as yet taken up aviation, accord ing to S. O. HarlKiur of St. lxiuls. who Is at tho Commodore after a re cent trip to tho Orient. "The time Is not far distant, how ever," he said, "when civilian flylntf will take Its proper place In commer cial life. The military and naval farces have IV-cn very successful In their riylnR progress, but they suffer from n lack of experience. All their piluts are good ones, nevertheless." MANY WOMEN REPORTERS IN LONDON. "Women have advanced In Journal Ism In Kngland slnco the war," re ported Miss V. G. Knowlcs Foster, representative of n London newspa per, who Is at tho Pennsylvania. "Every newspaper In London now has women reporters as well as the feature writers who aio so prevalent here." UP PIKE'S PEAK. 4 "Next month wo have the Pen rbif Cup Ilacc. In which cars from nil phujs of the country will rnce to tho summit of I'lko's Peak." related Mrs. L. A. MlJIcr, nt the Astor from Colorado. "There Is nn nutomobllo road lending to the top, and ns It Is very carefully graded, thero Is llttlo dancer of misliup. "Mont of the towns of tho Slate have Joined In an extensive paving programme, which In a short tlmo will develop into a fine system of highways throughout the State. THE POOLING SYSTEM. "The scheme of pooling crops and selling them on the market to rood advantage has Improved conditions in New South Wales recently," In tho opinion of the Hon. Arthur King Trethowan, a member of tho Legis lature of that state, who Is at tho Pennsylvania. "Admittedly tho con Burner has not been having an easy time of it, nor has the producer. The iSamc energy that wns used in pro duction was not spent In marketing, and every one hns suffered. The Government pooled the crops nnd marketed them In tho season of 1H20 21, but the fanners resented Govern ment control. The newly formed Voluntary Pool, controlled by the farmers' representatives, seems about to solve tho problem." VICTORIA'S LARGEST DRY DOCK. "Tho dry dock which Is being cor etructed In Victoria will be tho larg est In tli world when completed." 1n olared H C. lilchards. who Is In town ftom Ilrltlsh Columblu. "This lnn done much to allay the unemployment problem, which has been our big qiiid- tlon since tho end of the war. Many Idlo men have gone back to work, nnd the profmencc Is given as always in any Government contracts, to re turned soldiers." FURTHEST FflOM HOME. The "New Yorker For a Dav or 7'ico" utho arc furthest tram home to- lau ate Mr. 'antt Mr. W. MacXauuht, u-hn arc at the Viinilranla. 77ici home town, Sydney. Australia, in about IS. 000 mile from Uroaiheay. LIVE WIRE KILLS BALTIMOREGOLFER Auclilerloiiie of Si. Andrews Strain Dies Rescu ing Wife. HAI.Tl.MOUi:. Inly 10. Harry Hruco Aiichtcrlunle. golf professional at Sherwood Forest Country Club and member of a family of golfers fa mous in both Scotland and England, wns kllle: HiMtantly shortly before Sunday midnight by a high tension clot-trio feed wtir at Sherwood Forest. Auchterfonu' met tils death trying to Tree Ills wire and his young nephew, Daniel McCrncken, who were i.nt.incletl in I he wire. tin ntillcl the wire from them nnd In stepping bnck his foot hit an Iron water pipe. The full current passed through his body. There had been trouble with the lighting system near their cottage earlier in tho night due to a heavy storm, and it break occurred In th feed wire. This was found and re paltcd and a survey of the line was made at tho time. Mrs. Auc.ltorlonle said they had got almost to their cot tage when her nephew struck the feed wire, which had sagged down near the ground. She caught the boy, she said, and screamed when she shocked herself. Auchterlonle grabbed tho wire, and lifting It cleur of them, was stepping backward when he fell. Auchterlonle hud been at the club two years and was supervising tho construction of the golf course, tils homo was In St. Andrews, Scotland. His father Is a golf club manufacturer. 25,000 STUDENTS IN SUMMER COURSES Colleges Here in Full Swing Report Record Enrolments. ftew York's collegl.ito activities nir.iin nre In full swing. With the "-'"nlng of the summer sessions at Columbia and Now York University io-dny. all tho large Institutions lilKher learning here are holding clauses, Tabloid courses endeavor to condense Into six or eight weeks of Intensive Instruction Information or dinarily transmitted In twonty weeks The aggregato attendance In all col leges Is estimated nt more than 25,000 Teachers and students desirous of making up deficiencies In their .-eg ula? academic programmes constitute tho bulk of the attendance, but there are Increasing numbers of "Inde pendents," who scok general cultural courses or take specialized work to lmprovo their business nnd profes sional equipment. New York University estimate that 8,500 students are enrolled in the 260 courses, ubout 1,000 more than lust yeur. At Columblu the at tendance Is believed to be far In rx ccsj of the 11,800 enrolled last yetir Hunter College, City College of Now York, Fordham und the smaller In stitutions report record enrolments. ASK HOTEL COLLEGE COURSE .VMDiit'latlon Snr Cornell Promise Training for Jntia. IIOSTON, July 10. Plans for financing an educational movement In the Inter--sts of the hotel business will bo con sidered at the annual convention of tho Mnerlcnn Hotel Association of tho United Stales nnd Canada, which will open here next Tuesday. The Educational Committee of the as sociation In a preliminary statement to members, says that an agreement nsn been reached with Cornell University for establishment of a course for train ing hotel managers and the higher class of hotel employees. Establishment of schools for vocational education In tho hotel business also is contemplated. A nnouncement is made of The Semi -Annual Sale of ' I. Miller F ootwear Hosiery of Every Grade at Special Reductions fa Fifth Avenue at 46th Street ? 15 West 42nd Street v vY 1554 Broadway HuJaon Terminal l&y Wl Of en until p P.M. Entrance: FuttnStreet Aj (ej) Brooklyn Shop ft, ' 498 Fulton Street, Corner of Bond i) I. MILLER Entrance: Fultin Street PRACTICAL MIO U.5 0. MIR CURLERS Three Sizes For Long or Bobbed Hair Sold nt notion counter!, f your dealer dr nut carrj thfra. oriU MOtrVOWAT Teeth Without Plates I Site Decayed Teeth. Tlrhtenl Looie Teeth, Treat I Diseased Gums. nidljr Decayed Teetn and Kooti Care, fulh Extracted. Teeth Thoroughly Cleaned SETS OF TEETH Cold and Porcelain Crowns. Brldrtwork. Filling and Inliya of Cold, Silver and Porcelain. Ku at Reitoiufcic Prices. BROKEN PLATES REPAIRBD WHILE YOU WAIT 103 E. 1 25th St., N.E.cm. Park Ay. (Orer Loft'a Candy Store) 740 Leiinf cot at., coi. 3tn St (Over Unett'i Drug- Store.) 16i E. 44th St, tor. 3d At. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. I REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. Continuation Absolute Auction Sale Now Going On IN THE BALLROOM OF THE Pennsylvania Hotel Seventh Ave., 32d to 33d St. TO-DAY At 2 P. M. and at 8 P. M. and every day thereafter until every lot is sold Long Island Railroad Station "MATAWOK" BORO OF QUEENS, NEW YORK CITY All the Remaining Unsold 1500 Forest Hills West-New York City LOTS With a large frontage on QUEENS BOULEVARD, both sides of WOODHAVEN BOULEVARD, Yellowstone Ave. and adjacent streets. Savinga Bank Books, on proper aaalKnment, or Liberty Bonda at market value, accepted at depoilta All of our offloes are open on Rundari until 1 P. l. and on Tutadava and Thuradava until 7 P. VI, Titles insured free to purchasers by The Title Guarantee & Trust Company 7 '(0 may remain on mortgage or vFO monthly installmenls-of 2 Send for,ibookmap T v (f Auctioneer inc. STORE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY DURING JULY AND AUGUST Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE Something for rcry cI(potn in the House in Our fid-Summer FURNITURE CLEARANCE PRICES very radically reduced everything taken to visit us tomorrow or the next day and prove to from our regular stock not purchased for this yourself how unusual these values are. We list Sale You will find it vastly worth your while just a few of those included. H-i MnlioganyGatc!egTable,32X44 inches ... 22.50 Mahogany GatcIcgTable, 36x48 24.50 Mahogany Gateleg table, 48 inches diar&eter . 35.00 Mahogany Top Drop Leaf Tea Wagon . . . . 24.00 Mahogany End Tables . . 6.50 Mahogany Console Table 9.75 Mahogany Panel Four Post Bed full size . . 30.00 Ivory Four Post Bed, full size 25.00 Ivory Wash Stand . . 12.00 Verdi Copper Reed Table Lamp . 12.00 Ivory Wood Bed, tull size . 513.50 Natural Ash Wood Bed, full size 10.00 Ivory Costumer .... 7.50 Mahogany Colonial High Boy 75.00 Mahogany Extension Gateleg Table 60.00 Mahogany Two Door Ppokcase 75.00 Bar Harbor Natural Chair . 5.50 Bar Harbor Natural Rocker . 6.50 Cushions of Odd Coverings . 1.75 Natural Willow Table, 27 in. 7.50 Maple' Settee 12.00 Maple Chair .... 7.50 Maple Table 10.00 SIXTH FLOOR Ivory Reed Settee, complete with cushions . . . 65.00 Ivory Reed Chair or Rocker, with cushion seat . . . 18.50 Grey Enamel Willow Oval Table, with glass top . . 19.75 3 Piece Ivory Reed Suite, com plete with cushions . . 145.00 3 Piece Ftosted Brown Reed Suite, with cushions . 150.00 Large Upholstered Wing Chair, covered in brown denim . 45.00 Large Upholstered Arm Chair, covered in brown denim . 35.00 Firelest Cookers. $14.50,$21, $28.80 Clearance of Fireless Cookers 14.50, 21, 28.80 FLOOR samples that we have reduced for rapid clearance. They are all in excellent condition aside from a few surface scratches on the cases the result of a season on the floor. Some arc finished in white, others in grey. A limited quantity ust one or two of a kind One Compartment Size, 14.50 Two Compartments, 21 and 24 Three Compartments, 28.80, 30, '31, 32 HOUSE: FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT-SEVENTH FLOOR Swinging Couch Hammocks, 15.95 Cretonne Covered and with Upholstered 'Back IT is very seldom that you see a hammock of this quality at such a moderate price. We had it made especially for us so wc know its particularly good points, head rest, mattress and upholstered back, all cotton filled, back of ham mock completely covered. Rigid steel frame with double link fabric. This hammock has the narrow seat for a comfortable sitting position. Above price is for rope slung hammock and chains to ceiling. Awning, 4.50 Stand, 4.50 Complete, 24.95 FIFTH FLOOR Lustre Ware Ice Tea Sets, 3.75 A Very Unusual Value THE fascinating and unusual beauty of lustre ware seems to be particularly apparent when the color is champagne or Burgundy, as it is in these ice tea sets. There is a charm that no other glass or china seems to possess and it is enhanced by the decorative black line that edges glasses and pitcher. This set consists of covered pitcher and six long slim glasses. They are marked exceedingly low for this selling. You will agree with us they are irresistible. ART DEPARTMEN T-F IPTH FLOOR Wrought ron Bridge Lamps, 6.50 Another Striking Value COMPLETE with i2-mch parchment shade this is truly a value such as we have seldom, almost never, been able to offer. It has black with gold leaf or polychrome finish and adjustable arm. You may have your choice of several tasteful designs in the parchment shade. 4- Swinging Couch Hammocks, $15.95 Ice Tea Sets, $3.75 'Bridge Lamp, $6.50 FIFTH FLOOR July Sale of Sheets and Cases WE have secured one of our special brands for tins Said and are offering the finest quality sheets and pillow cases at temptingly low. prices. Sheets Size 54X 90 inches, 95c Size 8ix 99 inches, 1.55 Size 63x99 inches, 1.15 Size 90X 99 inches, 1.65 Size 72X 99 inches, 1.40 Size 90x108 inches, 1.75 Pillow Cases Size 42x36 inches, 26c Size 45x36 inches, 28c Size 50x36 inches, 31c SECOND FLOOR Peter Pan Bungalow Bed Spreads, 12.50, 13.50 THIS is a continuation of our special selling with unusually low prices, and quality of the same you have seen in higher prices. Charming summer bed spreads one of the newest ideas of the season made of fine bleached cotton with squares of checked gingham, blue, rose, gold, lavender, or green, inset with insertions of lace. Single bed size, 12.50 Double bed size, 13.50 Dresser and table scarves to match complete the decorative scheme of a summer bedroom. SECOND FLOOR 67 Liberty Street, New York rhone CortUadt ?! Htuti 9A.M to 6 P. M. Dtlk