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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1922.
17 iGuatemalan, Back From Eu rope a Convert, to "See America First." By Roger Batchelder. Maximo Stahl of Guatemala City, Central America, has coma to tliu Astor after a alx months' trip, abroad, a convert to tho "Sec America First" Idea. Ho also thinks that wo should not only soo It first but stay In It all tho time. "Travelling abroad since tho war Is n4fc worth while," ho said. "Dls- Irra&lng factors aro the constant rony about passports and the nul- aco Involved In going from one country to another. In one trip of less Khan twentv.four houru we nnsserl i four different customs in spections, and the passports had to bo 1eed In each. Sometimes wo were kmtokened In tho mlddlo of the night IJBtustomH inspectors, who searched fcvory nook and cranny of the state- worn as well as tho baggage. ' I believe that no American need abroad for scenery. In New York it is as beautiful, to my mind, as any thing In Switzerland, and even tho famoUH lakes have no finer setting han Bear Mountain. Again, it one wants climate, California is not far liway." AMERICANS AND KILTS. Day by day Illusions must vanish. IChosc who have thought of bonnle IjcotlantJ ,ns tho land of kilts and bag pipes aro as strange people in the nlnd of Hugh C. Watcison of Cilas cow as tho Scotch seem to them. 'Only the Americans who come lo Scotland wear kilts," ho asserted, at I Tie Pennsylvania. "Americans and iarry Lauder. There aro still some wigplpts, but their sound a pleasant mly when It comes from a distance." f. "Waterson, who is an ardent r. thinks that possibly the Vrnefjcan clubs have something to do jrltb the, American victories in Scot- itd. At any rate, he has bought lomo of them, and intends promptly lo see how they affect his game. SAM'S USELESS HOME RUN There aro few fans, hero for tho lories who not recall pleasantly Sam fcrawford, crstwhllo standby of tho ftfitrolt Tigers. His name has become id with all manner of baseball C're', but Martin Murphy, at the tstor from Dallas, Tex., has brought lis a new one. Ho told It without a Imlle. "Crawford was at tho bat," he lelates, "with tho bases filled and no- Iody out. He had fouled a sackful f balls, and It seemed that he would lever be able to straighten one out 'he players on I tie bags became lestlcss, and decided that they weir loomed to camp there for the rest of he afternoon. "All of a sudden, Sam eajight one In the nose, and vent It on a rim ward tho moon. Around tho bags Do went, and camo steaming homo cultant at tho thought that lie had Irought in four runs. As Boon as ho assed the plate, ho was thunder- truck to hear tho umpire ell. Everybody out.' The players on the had gono to sleep, and bam had win the bases." FARTHEST FROM HOME IThc "Xctv Yorker for a Day or Tiro" who Is farthest from homo to day Is V. Katcnansu, who Is at the Pennsylvania, Ills home town, Tokto, is about 1,500 miles from Broadway. SniP NEIVS INFORMATION Due To-T)ay. Majestic, (Southampton Slboncy, Havana Ilelllg Olav, Copenhagen Munargo, Nassau Algonquin, Turks Island j.. Zacapa, Kingston , Dante, Allghlerl, Genoa Due 7'o-Morrow, President folk, London Helvertere, Trieste. Mount Carroll, Hamburg Mllinekahda. Hamburir Gothland, Antwerp Due Thursday, Touralne, Cherbourg .Metapan, Kingston Hall To-Day. Malls close. rtellanre. llambure 6.C0 A.M. FJ.Luekcnhncli. Cnlon.lB.3C P.M. Aqultanla, Bouthamn'n. O.tO A.M. t ......... t.iH..n n ?n A ilivn, oniiiu i.i.iiiiii,,". . ,...i, Luksctjcl, Turks Isl'd.. 1.3C P.M. Sail 3'o-Jorrotc. President Van nurcn, t jindon O.tO A.M. Themlstocles, 11racus..l2.30 P.M. Paris, itavre .iua..i. West Humhaw, Accra.lC.SO A.M. llstonla. l.ll.Rtl . . 11.(0 A.M. Ilonheur, Iluenos Aires. 7.10 A.M. Kt. St. Oe'Tgc, Hainll- ton T.30 A M. TlvlvrB, Santa Marin.. 8. CO A.M. Amellcan Legion, iiuc nm Aires 10.CO A.M. Surinam, Poramrlbo. . 10.COM. ...Bept. 21 .. .Hept. 30 ...Kept. 21 ...Bept. 30 ...Sept. 23 ...Bept. 2B ...Sept. 18 ...Bept. 23 ,..Bcpt. 25 ..Sept. 23 ...BepL 23 ..Sept. 21 ..Sept. M ..Sept. 30 Salts. lC.fO A.M. 4.C0 P.M. 10.10 A.M. 12.00 M. 3.(0 P.M. 10. CO A.M. 3.CC P.M. 11. CO A.M. 1. C0 P.M. 2. (0 P.M. 10. C0 A.M. 11. CO A.M. 11.C0 A.M. 1. C0 P.M. 2. C0 P.M. I.OnOK SPENT I.ITT17R TO WIN. BOSTON, Oct. 3. Senator Henry It's hard to tell which way Ferris Until a nnd Bacoh are most delici ous. No matter how you cook them, the deep, rich, old-fashioned flavor is always there. F. A. Ferris & Co., Inc. New York FERRIS HAMS G BACON "A little higher in price-BUT!' Crab Meat Salad Now nn "all year round" dish. Fine crab meat may be had in tine. Use plenty of celery and capers and season your dressing well with IEJUPERR1NS' SAUCE THE ORIOINAL WORCESTERSHIRE. iflhil'.RIEKH IB Ydur Taste Calls for Crackers with Salad Good salad tastes better when you eat a cracker with it. Sunshine Krispy Crackers are just what you want. Small and dainty crisp and crackly slightly salty. Sold in blue and gold packages with red and blue end seals. Also in bulk. JopsE-iyiLEs Biscuit (pmpany Branches in Over 100 Cities .lit mitt IBiscwite Cabot Lodge reported to the Secretary of State to-lay having made no expend! tiu"r beyond those exempted by law In his campaign for rcnomlntalon In the recent llcpuhllcan primary. Joseph Walker, defented by Senator Lodge, filed an expense return of J2.279. AT 4 On 1451 j ARE IMPERILED j i Four persons out of : every five past forty, : ' and thousands younger, contract : Pyorrhea. Bleeding ; : gums are the danger : I signal. Heed it for j the sake of sound j j teeth and health. Brush your teeth with I 1 forhaiys 1 FOR THE GUMS More than a tooth paste it checks Pyorrhea 35c and 60c in tubes VHSE TO oe AWO HW TO OCT THKH1' Hudson River by Daylight iK iV.- "V11? Sunday, for tBear Moun UV.J V'W1, ,Iu'n nd Albany, Iw, V: Fupi Hunaays). tjteamer if v"" pstro St., U.00 A. M.; W. 42d St.. D.JO A. M., W. 12th St.. 0.40 A. M. tC.kerV01;i 4.M- U'rict rill con..: and Atfi'J. ra." V'.ckets New Vork Albany aim Albany to w Vnri. b.a ' Jn V!1.?-.1" I,,nr -Mountain (one Mr ffiluV''. loiat nnd twburh. St t S (?oa,.fnln' leavt' Dsbro.U I&h,,fi.P,8nW-..',"A..-M f-. A; W. " " " ";r looiDan game). intag In.,,', l)eVbriif (.t. MO A? M.i w' d St.. 10 A. M.i W. l9tl. M., 111.20 A. M. markBdUrtn "e,""er Ba",e 'r0" Volau TI',P, Rn,"! . Vorlc to nrar . .. ... VA.au, xo.nt. 31.Z3: tv- Albiny. jlss: " " l 3S Idfnl One-Day Oi.llnrs. ne D Hudson T Ij ay Li Furlhrr Inriirmation ut UrHbrokri Strrei llfr, ei York. Tel. Cnnul 0300. QSTQNW B1ETROPOLTTANLIM1 Via Jmp Cod Canal "-if -Trrrtim fir rufTH B(mr leasrn flor 18, S. H (fool pf Murray Bt.) Nw York, dally, Including- Sundayx. at 5 P. M. Trlnhone nurrliy noon. EASTERN S. S. LINES R ul,Kst"l "IV15U NIGHT LINES. Dally Baiiinf from I'ler 32. N. n., Foot Canal ,8, - . , -M- w,st 132d 8t- h hour later Direct rail connection, at Albany to all polnti '-ir.1",?':;. '' Ner Ice Auto. Cnrrled. lil'DSON NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mlddlcton S. Borland. Itecelvcr. Telephone Canal 0000. CUNTItAI, HfDSON LINK. Nenburcli, l'ouchkrf pslt, Klnoton, Cnta klll MtB. Lv. KranKll.i at., 4 I. M., on Sat.. 1 A 2.30 . M. All (teamers leave W. 123th t. halt hour later. HELP WANTED FEMALE. SALESGIRLS, caahlers and wrappera wanted for Momen'1. and children's coats and dresses, cortets, underwear, hosiery, Ac . also for men's furnishings and army goods, steady work and good pay for experienced girls. Apply at once to Mr. Lowenthaf, ferry's Wepartment Store 1 n. 125th st. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED: BOILERMAKERS. BLACKSMITHS, MACHINISTS, CAR, REPAIRMEN, SKILLED IN RAILRQAD WORK; STEADY EMPLOYMENT; STANDARD WAGES, AUTHORIZED BY UNITED STATES RAILROAD LABOR BOARD. Apply to CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY C. E. Chamber, Supt. Motlvo'Power & Equipment, Jaraoy City, N. J, esssi Ludwicr BaumamVs Tremendous m t . w" . fe v LudwigBaumanrfs Removal Sale ENTRANCE mm Wf m This Newspaper Clipping Tells the Story Forced to vacate our 10-ltory building on 36 Street before the completion of our new 12-itory building, we knew we had to take a huge Ion. Rather than pay the enormous coit of moving into high rent warehouiei we decided to give the public the benefit of our inevitable loti. Price Throughout Our Entire Stocki Have Been Smaihed. Thii It Your Opportunity of a Lifetime I Is Attracting Thousands To Our Three Great Stores $3,179,500 of Furniture, Rugs Beds, Bedding, Housewares, etc. MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE Thousands of Bargains: Deposit DeliverYour'Purchase'of oj furniture and home furnishings of your own selection, 5 Deposit delivers $100 Smaller Iiepostts on Smaller Purchases $15 Deposit delivers $300 $20 Deposit delivers $400 $30 Deposit delivers $600 $40 Deposit delivers $800 $50 Deposit deliver s$l 000 Your small deposit se cures tbc immediate deliv ery of your purchase. You need not make any other outlay of cash. Our Libera Credit Terms On J35Purch .50 Week On $75 " JI.O0iWek On $109 " $1.50 Week On $200 " $3.00 a Week On 5300 " $4.50 a Weok Larger Amounts in Proportion You Can Pay Monthly No Interest Added free A'o'or Ctlitcry .nyuhtrt li ilhin 103 Kites A'ea tj J'cr Purchases Made Now Will Be Held Free of ClirCe Until You Are Ready for Them. zzzzz. If Kill $125 Mahogany Cabinet Mode! Phonographs 7900 53 down $1 a week This Is a handsome rshlnrt phonograph, 4:, Inches hlch. II Inches wide, of a wru knoun make It Is tho most rondir lul phonograph bargain In New York to-day! carry a complete Una ot VICTOlt and HONortA I'hono grapha. No nitra Charges (or Credit. We Have Divided Our Stock Among Our Three Stores Harlem Store $ West 125 Street Newark Store 49-51 Market St. 8th Ave. Store 35 to 36 Street The Identical Bargain Will Be on Sale To-Morrow Morning at ALL THREE STORES 5-Pc Living Room Suit (minting of Arm Chair. Side -hair Arm Rocker, Tabourette md large Library Table, uphol tered in fine imitation cranish umedU 47.49 oPECIAL! Guaranteed Carpet Sweoper . . . . $1.00 279 SerVing Tables Below Cost! $25 Jacobean Oak, Am. Walnut and Mhg. Comb.$9.98 - Baby Carriages ; $32.00 Reed Pullman Sanitary Upholstery... $21. 50 I $26.00 ReedStroilera.Ad. juttable Foot, Reclining Back 17.75 Wood Beds, Below Cost! Left Over Irom Matched Suiti : $20 Ivory Sanitary Bed. $12.49 : $45 Walnut FinUh Bed.. 29.98 ; $60 Mhg. FiniihBed.... 32.67 $70 Mhg. Hniih Bed.... 39.24 $40 Mhg. FinUhBed.... 19.98 $37,500 of Blankets nnd Linens J2.00Sing'e Plaid Blanket! $1.39 $4.00TableCloth.58i84.. 2.49 12.00 Napkini. 15x15 1.35 16.00 Colored Border Bath Towels, per dot 3.50 51.50 Hemmed iheeti. 54x90, each., 89 $6.25 BedSpread, icall'pd. 3.95 .75 Un'on Linen Huck , Towels 49 $11.50 Linen Table Cloths. 70x70 C.98 .2 Uh Towelling 17 $ 2.5 ilemmed Spread... 1.95 .35 Pillow Caiej. 45x35 .29 Metal Springs Tor Metal and Wood Beds, All Sizes 1 10 Metal Sprinp $ 5.98 $14 Metal Sprins 7.49 $18 Metal Spring 9.89 $20 Metal'Springi 10.74 J2I Mela' 'pringi 11.98 Since the beginning of this gigantic event we estimate that we have delivered fur niture, and home-furnish-ings into over 2,500 homes in New York, New Jersey and Long Island. We have opened over 1,500 new ac counts and have disposed of over ajialf millicfn dol lars worth of high-grade merchandise. $525,700 ot Bedroom Suits Queen Anne Bedroom Suits, American Walnut Finish (3 pieces), con- ( f J A sistlng of Dresser, CMfforette and Full MM I iA Size Bow-End Bed. Regular Price $160. VJ J I IXetular Bala Trice Trlca Walnut Finish Suits, 3 pieces. . .$150 $79.98 Colonial Style Suits, 4 pieces .... 175 99.49 Walnut Comb. Suits, 3 pieces. . . 200 110.89 Colonial Mahog. Finish, 3 pieces 235. 139.74 Queen Anne Suits, 3 pieces 325 1 84.74 Wdlnut Finish Suits, 4 pieces... 260 157.34 Walnut Comb. Suits, 3 pieces.. . 420 249.24 Queen AnneWalnut Comb., 4 pes 550 349.49 Walnut Comb. Suits, 4 pieces. . . 400 224.67 French Gray Enamel Suits, 8 pes 575 3 99.98 Mahogany Comb. Suits, 3 pes.. . 335 1 96.89 Louis XV. Suits, 7 pieces 900 599.49 Venetian Gray Enam. Suits, 4 pc 1200 798.24 613 Living Room Suits ExLra Special! Tapestry Living Room Suib (3 pieces) Consisting of Sofa, Arm Chair and Rocker. S f ( t Mahogany Finish Frames, ffsW W M Regular Price, $125. J J . J ' Genuine Leather Suits, 3 pes. . . . Tapestry Suits, 3 pes Tapestry Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes. Mohair Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes.. Tapestry Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes, Velour Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes. . Tapestry Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes. Mohair Overstuffed Suits, 3 pes, . nemilar I'llr. .$150 . 160 275 700 200 495 475 900 I'rlca $89.74 99.98 179.49 424.34 119.49 299.24 267.49 598.49 S7.50 Perfect Oil am 07 Heaters p4:.0 I $3.25 Waterman's Reflector HEATERS $2.49 Eureka Vacuum Cleaner, Xe - 58.00 11,975 Yards of Linoleum, Floor Cloth, Carpets, etc. $2.25 Inlaid Linoleum $1.29 $3.50 Inlaid Linoleum 1.69 $2.35 J4-lap. Stair CarpeU 1.39 $3.59J4.Vel. Mot. Carpets 1.C9 .98 Floor Oil Cloth 49 $1 1. So 6x? R. Cloth Rugi. C.U3 $35,750 of Chairs and Kockcrs Great lij Reduced $17.00 Fumed Oak Rock- er, Imitation Spanish Leather icat $9.89 !25.00 Mh3. Fin. Rocker. I mu .'pan. Leather Seat 14.74 $40.00 Mh.-. ArmChair. TapeitrySeat 24.49 J22.50 Mh?. Fin. Arm Chair, Wood Seat 13.98 l5.00Go!denOakRocker. Saddle Seat 8.98 Brass and Enamel Beds $14.50 White Enamel Iron Bed $7.98 $17.50 White Enamel Iron Bed 9.98 $20.00 Ivory Enamel Iron Bed 12.98 $40.00 Walnut Enamel Iron Bed 19.94 $28.00 Bran Bedi 16.89 $35.00 Bran Bedi 18.98 $39.75 Bran Bedi 21.74 $39.75 Bran Bedi 24.49 .'::-.;:'.-:.v;y-:;:TTTT 1,127 Coal Ranges $30.00 No. 7. O O 7 Q 6-Lid Coal Range Ld.lV Othen at 34.95, 49.95, 59.98, and up to 275.00 $1.50 Decorated Serving Trayi $2.00 Aluminum Frying Pan, 10 inchei $2.25 Aluminum Dith Pan. 10-quart lire .87 .98 1.19 558.00 Porcelain Top Kitchen Cabinet Colden oak; equip ped, with cereal iari A CO and" 9-piece cutlery Ql'QV REFRIGERATORS $18.00 Lift Top, White Enamel Lined ,..$11.89 $32.00 Apartment House, White Enamel Lined.. 21.98 $40.0J Side Icert. White Enamel Lined 27.50 All are selected oak belt in sulation lyph'on trap and fully guaranteed. Floor Lamps $25 Mhg. Finish Floor Lamps, complete .with 24-in. silk shade in Gold, Rose and Blue; 2 lights; $15.89 3-Piecc Bed Outfit Consisting ot fcna'msl Ucd I vJH Cotton Mat- tw IjU Iran and Hprlni. Itrf. frlce $9,750 of Curtains and Draperies $8.00 Marquisette Pane!s....$4.65 12.50 Couch Pillowi 1.98 $4.25 Table Runnen 2.98 $2.00 Ruffle Curtains 1.45 $9.50Tapei Couch Cover. 5.75 .35 Cretonnei, per yd 29 16.00 Scotch Curtains, pair 3.65 .98SilkFIoisCuihiona.. .59 .50 Curtain Swiii 35 $4.25 Piano Scarf 2.98 $ 1 3.50 VeL Window Drapes 7.98 517 Dining Room Suits American Walnut Combination Suits (3 Pieces) Consisting of Buffet, China Closet and Oblong 114 AQ Extension Table. Serving Table and Chairs to I I A-O? Match Sold Separately. Regular price, $200. 1 1 ' Regular Trie. Italian Oak Suits, 3 pieces $160 Brown Oak Suits, 3 pieces 220 Amer. Walnut Comb. Suits, '3 pes. 275 Italian Oak Suits, 4 pieces 200 Walnut Comb. Suits, 3 pieces. . . 250 Walnut Comb. Suits, 10 pes 490 Louis XVI Suits, 3 pieces 400 Walnut Comb. Suits, 3 pes 350 Walnut Comb. Suits, 4 pes 450 Mahogany Comb. Suits, 4 pes... 800 Heppelwhite Suits, 10 pieces 1500 Mahogany Comb. Suits, 10 pes.. 900 Hal. I'rlc. $89.74 119.89 169.80 110.49 149.24 299.50 249.67 199.49 269.98 498.98 989.89 599.49 See Our Advertisements in The Globe, Mail, Sun, Tele gram and Journal for other bargains. Ludfflia B im.iiTiiii mmiM$rJr America's GrtaUsl Fumilurt House Open 5.30 Evenings Until 9.30 j iii WEST 125 St. Bit, 7ti; and Lenox Area. 35 to 36 St. Block 8th Ave. Entrance on 8th Ave., Near 36 St. NEWARK, N. J. 40-31 Mark.t Strait $357,800 of RUGS Special! 9x12 Axminsters t Ilrrulsrlj IJJ.00. 37.40 A remarkably fine rug at 10 low a price