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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922.
10 This Ford Winner's Family Will See "Real Country Man With a "What Did You Sec?" Prize Need No Longer Take Car to Park. Edward A. Wilson of No. 181 Ninth Avenue read tho Subway Sun'a fea ture story about tho Brent outdoors reached by tho Intcrboro, bo every Sunday ho takes hl wlfo and their three children t' .10 of New York's parks, which If . much ns tho Rub way Sun and I ho Intcrboro can do for than. Mr. Wilson also reads Tho Evening World, and now ho can take his fam ily to any portion of tho ffreat out doors that can bo reached by a Ford, which Is anywhere. Mr. Wilson Is he prtzc-wlnner to. day for the best contrlbutton printed on yoslerday'n "What Did Tou See To-Day7" paec of The Evening World. Ho saw his story In an Iuterbbro car at Van Cortlandt Park station. He had never before written an Item for tho "What Did You Seo To Day?" pose and, he says this lilm bclf, ho Isn't a lucky man. but thp possibility of winning a Kord for the wlfo and tho children overcame his timidity about venturing Into author, ship. "Well, what do you think of that!" ho said, half Incredulously when an Evening World reporter called th's morning to tell htm about his good luck. "You nuro It's rrto?" ho asked, and, reassured by the reporter'u grin and nod, ho added: "Well, air, that' the first thing I've ever won in my life. 1'vo been tho unlucklest -nan 1 know never won anything, not oven a raco for Alderman In th Fifth seven years ago, when ovcry body said I'd have a walkover! -uce, nut tnarji bo good news for tho wlfo and kids I I "You know I never expected to go. It., I hoped, of course, for a day after I sent It, but when I didn't see It , printed tho following day I thought, wcli, there's nothing In that for me. This Is fine! Now 1 can take tho kids out and show them some real grass and trees and a. few hills and creeks to boot. That'll bent the parks all hollow. They'll get to ace what real country ts like." Mr. Wilson is thirty-one years old and was appointed three months ago as a Municipal Court attendant. He ts attached to tho West Fifty-Fourth .Street Court. Ho has been married eleven years. His three children aro Grace, ten; Edward jr., seven, and John, sixteen months. He served as a Sergeant of the 71st at the M.ex lean border and during tho war was a Captain in the Home Defense In the Elgthccnth Precinct. Hero is tho story ho wrote after his return with his family from a day's outing In Van Cortlandt Park: "RED." I was seated In a subway car jt Van. Cortlandt Park station en Sunday at 6 P. M., when In . trooped about fifteen boys of from ' tan to fifteen yeirs. Only a few wore hat, and If clothes aro any indication, they certainly came from no silk-stocking neighbor hood. One little lad.with red hair and a mats of freckles carried a pail and a big bag. In the scram ble for seats he was shoyed into a corner. As the train started, one of tho boys spotted my Sun day World and asked ma for tho Sr iDaiHV t ' ffiJIC 1 , ,' m EDWARD A. WILSONS Comic Section. I let him have it, and the gang all looked over the "funnies." The red-headod lad got it last. He-was sitting there in the corner chuckling over Mutt and Jeff when the train rolled Into 72d 8traet. The other boys, easing him burled In the comics, left the train without him and lined up -on the platform. When the doora closed they began yell Ing, "Redl Hey, Red!" Red came out of hit t.anoe, but it was too late, He looked mighty glum (or a minute, then he stared at the milk pail and the big bag, and a grin broke over his face, "Them guya la the suck ers," he said, "not me. They all chipped In for hot dogs and lemo. I didn't have n jit with me, so they let me in if I'd carry the eats. We wus going' to hnvo a party. They'll be a party, all right, but I'll be the only one at it!" When he left at 42d 8treet, he pulled a frankfurter from the bag, and his party was 011, - t LAUNDRY BUSINESS IS ONK OF THE SAFEST Melnl Trnilrn, on llir Cniilrno, Hnc Mnny Acclilrnt". iiAiuusnima, ra.. Oct. 12.-TI10 mo ' trades lea ull lnflumrs in Pennsylvania In the number of lnduv trlnl accidents riming the first kIx months of 1922, while tho laundry In dustry was one of the safest, Uir Mate Derailment of Labor nnd Industry an nounced to-day In u statement correct ing figures Issued Kept. 27 which cred ited tho laundry buolneos with being the mont liaaardou In tho State. The statement showed 13, CGI accidents In metals and metal products, a total credited Initio original tabulation to the laundry Industry, whereas tho depart ment said there were only 112 accident- In Hint line. A new and successful idea V ffi Corsets for large women Today tho corset has been cast in a more important role than that of just giving proper support to the figure. It 'is the raison d'etre of the smart silhouette. Comfort goes hand in hand with fashion in a new for large women a model made exclusively for the , ' John Wanamaker Store Skillfully constructed of pink silk-figured brocade, it is boned on a new theory which large women who have worn this corset have found very satis factory lighter and fewer stays placed by expert corsetieres just where they are required to give the figure slim-looking .lines. Semi-fitting waistband gives the diaphragm absolute freedom. The skirt comes well down over the hips where it has been care fully reinforced. Eji lip $5 Sizes 24 to 32 inches waistband. Const Salons, Third Floor, Old Building. Broadway at Ninth, New York iKoch Prices Make Downtown Shopping an Extravagant 125th Street 'West KOCH & a 115th Street inc. west. We Are the Largest Distributors o) Merchandise a( Retail in Uptown New York Special Purchase and Sale of 250 All Wool Jersey Dresses Presenting Four Pleasing Models for Misses and Small Women at 7.71' Values $12.50 to $15.00 They come in two - piece and in slender-line one-piece models in two piece effects. Fashioned of best quality Jersey cloth, cut on full lines, excellently tailored, with pleated and plain skirts. Novel features of these dresses are open corded cuff-sleeves, wide girdles, pointed lace trimmed square neck, as well as the V shaped neck with contrasting color piping. Col legiate girls will find the two-piece overblouse model especially adapt able to their needs. In such fashionable colors as cara bou, rust, brick, wine, navy, brown, henna, rookie, mohawk, grey and reindeer. Misses' Sizes, 14 to 20. Women's Sizes, 34 to 38. Third Floor J One of X models S. JOHN BLOCK NAMED BY BAR ASSOCIATION Mli-l i In .Vnnir of nn Iiiilorsemeut fur n Jiilueslili Corrected. Tho AsHuclutiun ot 'tho iJiTrdf the City of New YorK on Tuesday eve ning Indorsed H. John Block. Hoclullst rundldatc for Judge of tho 2d District Municipal t'ourt, at u man of lilgl capacity. In reporting tho 'Indorse ment yculerday'H Kvcnln? World made nn error In Iho name, which Is hereby' corrected. Mr. lilock Is u prucUslnp lawj or ut No. 1S3 llroudway. BELL WILL PROBATED, ESTATE NOT VALUED WASHINGTON. Oct. 12. Petltlnn probate of tho will dt tho Into Alcxnndcr Oralmm Hell, inventor ot the telephone, naniliiB the widow mm sole beneficiary. In an estate valued "In excess of 2.B00," was granted here yesterday. Tho value of tho estate was not rcveated, unicr a proxlslon of the will that no Inventory bo required of the executors, Mrs. Dell and a cousin, Charles J. Ilell. The cstato Included considerable prop erty Irt Canada, tho exact value of which Js unknown to the petitioners, they said. 4 HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS 'MISSING IN CHICAGO CHICAGO. Oct. 12. our High School Rlrls missing In different parts of the city were the objects of I'olleo Investigations tn-da with the caso of Margaret Davis, fourteen, tho most harrilng. Tho Duvl girl departed In her futher's nutomoblle, although she had ncer driven tho automobile. It was found abandoned In a suburb, nnd a tnnn was seen running ;nwuy fnmi It. The theory that the was lured Into an elopement was advanced nfter her churns siild that a young man hnil followed her one day and that she had slapped him. but when he returned the next day, sho walked vlth 'him. Broadway, Most Interesting Sales This . FRIDAY & SATURDAY VERY SPECIAL SILK & CLOTH DRESSES Fine quality Canton Crcpc, Crepe de Chine, Tricotinc and Poiret Twill, numerous models plain and beauti fully trimmed in navy, . brown, grey and black sizes 16 to 4614. Values to 35.00. For this sale J2.0J I WOMEN'S GLOVES REMARKABLE VALUES IAPORTED KID GLOVES 2-clnsp Paris point over seam sewn, in shades of brown, tan, mode, grey, white ana niacu an new periect gloves no seconds. Sizes 5 to iy2. Regular value 2.00. Sale price 1 . 1 U ADVANCE SALE OF WOAIEN'S & CHILDREN'S FALL HOSIERY & UNDERWEAR WOAEN'S WOOL AND COTTON DROP-STITCH SPORT STOCKINGS in all wanted colors. Values to 1.50 pair. For 95 WOAIEN'S FULL FASHIONED FINE WOOL STOCK INGS irt lovat, brown or tan. " Reglarly 2.75 pair. For 2.25 CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL SPORT SOCKS' in a large assortment of colors sizes 6 to 10. ' Values to 1.75 pair. For y5 CHILDREN'S FINE RIBBED COTTON OR LISLE STOCKINGS in black, brown or white. Values to .59 pair. For 39 WOAIEN'S HEAVY COTTON UNION SUITS low neck and kneo length Sizes 34 to 38. Value 1.50. For 1 .00 Sizes 40 to 44. Value 1.75. For i-..L10 CHILDREN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT RIBBED COTTON VESTS AND PANTS elbow or long sleeves. Val ucs 1 .00 each . For 50 DRESS SILKS N GREATLY UNDERPRICED RICH ' DRESS SATIN An exceptionally high grade dress quality, in a complete assortment of new Fall colorings. Regular price, 2.75. Special at 2.25 SATIN CANTON CREPE An exquisite quality in shades of navy, brown, cocoa, grey, jade, black - and white. Regular price 3.75. Special at 2."5 DRESS VELVETS RICH SHADOW STRIPED CHIFFON VELVETS 40 inches wide, in black, navy and brown. Very desirable quality. v Regular price 5.75. Special at 4.05 PLAIN BLACK CHIFFON VELVET 39 inches wide. Splendid' dress grade. Regular price 4.50. - Special at 0.o5 CURTAINS AND CURTAIN MATERIALS LACE CURTAINS Imported Irish point, neat designs, 24 yards long white and cream. Regularly 12.00 to 16.50 pair. For I 0.25 to 14.50 NOVELTY NET CURTAINS lace edge, 2y, yards long, ecru only. Value 7.00 pair. For 5.85 .55 .35 .40 FILET NET, in white, ivory and ecru . f w n . i incucs wiue. vaiue .oy yard, i-or 34 inches wide. Value .49 yard. For FILET AURQUISETTE extra fine quality, in white and ivory. Value .60 yard. For PURE WOOL BLANKETS FINE QUALITY PURE LAAIB'S WOOL IN BLOCK PLAIDS OF VARIOUS COIORS. SIZE 66x80 INCHES. Regularly 11.50 Pair, for 7.50 Limit 3 Pairs to a Customer 1 - i : iffrm I I rCTASt It I I I.. I lfs I 1906 THE HOUSE ON THE SQUARE OUR ONLY STORE jiiimiiiinii 6 Union square n. y. . HOURS 9:3b to 6 DRESSES COATS WRAPS SUITS BUSINESS NOW GOING ON AS USUAL DURING ALTERATIONS Two Years Ago Today ' 5. KLEIN OF UNION SQUARE OPENED HIS DOORS AND FOUND A VAST RESPONSE TO HIS ADVERTISEMENT, OFFERING GREAT VALUES FOR THE OPENING OF THE ENLARGED STORE AT 6 UNION SQUARE. THOUSANDS OF CUSTOMERS WAITED FOR HOURS BEFORE THEY COULD GET INBUT THEY WERE NOT DISAPPOINTED FOR WAITING AS THE VALUE? WERE GREATER THAN THEY EXPECTED. SINCE THEN S. KLEIN'S NEW CUS. TOMERS HAVE REC OMMENDED THEIR FRIENDS AND MADE HIS STORE A PLACE KNOWN FOR' GOOD VALUES S. Klein started buaiueis .16 jcar ago 'at 81 Oleecker Street, upstairs, in one very (mall room. He has built his trade by recommendation, by satisfying custom en, thereby making it a solid foundation for the institution todaj. THIS STORE BE CAME TOO SMALL TO ACCOMMODATE THE ENORMOUS GROWTH OF THE STEADILY INCREASING TRADE. Therefore We Were Compelled to enlarge uu. oresent entire building, together with the adjoining buildings, GIVING US 5 TIMES THE SPACE ORIGINALLY HAD, AND WE HOPE THAT THIS ADDITIONAL SPACE WILL ENABLE T'S TO TAKE CARE OF OUK ENORMOUS SATISFIED AND RECOMMENDED TRADE. These Buildings Will Be Completed VERY SOON and Further Announcement of the OpeningWill Be Made WATCH THIS PAPER FOR THE GRAND OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT OF S. KLEIN'S GREATLY ENLARGED ESTABLISHMENT 'We McCreery Men's Shop Special! For Friday and Saturday FALL TOPCOATS F or Men and Young Men trSv $ 26 50 The topcoats at this special price are made of all wool Tweeds, Herringbones, Cheviots and Knitted Fabrics. Loose fitting Box Coat models with Raglan or Set-in sleeves. Though this price is exceptionally low you will find the tailoring in accordance with the McCreery standards.' All sizes. OTHER FALL TOPCOATS $45 tos$65 FROM THE FINEST MAKERS AT HOME AND ABROAD NEW FALL SUITS $37-50 to $65' FINEST VIROIN WOOL FABRICS A COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES Special at 37.50 A group of Chesterfield Topcoats carefully tailored of fine Unfinished Worsted in Black "and Oxford Gray. Fully silk lined. Regular and stout sizes. Fifth avenue James McCreery & Go. J35TH STREET SECOND FLOOR USE THE SPECIAL FIFTH AVENUE ENTRANCE REAL ESTATE ADS. FOR The Sundfc. World Real Estate Section MUST BE IN THE WORLD OFFICE BEFORE FRIDAY. CIRCULATION OVER 600,000