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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922.
NewYprKf rs o Cuban Who Likes the Snow an Early Arrival for Winter Sports. By Roger Batchcldcr. When tho cold weather comes ko&uy aro able lo r;o to those climes Wlier snow Is unknown, but thero are few who, llko Martinez Hanna of Ha, vnna, now at tho Pennsylvania, leave the aunny Southland In the 'winter just to bo whero there la snow on the round. "Many of my countrymen," Mr. Hanna said, liavo not tho slightest Idea of what snow really Is. I tell them, that It la white, and looks llko tiny flowers fading: down, that It covers everything, until tho whole world seems ohlny and white. That la hardly adequate, but It Interests mem Krcaiiy. "I like snow myself," ho went on. auu every wimer mat can spare l to to Detroit to enjoy the cold weath er. Havana to so raucn tno same. The climate Is excellent but ono cets tired of beautiful weather. I llko winter snorts. Ice skating arouses an Indescribable exuberance, and lco- ooaung is spienaia. i mho to saw along on tho ice, and tho sharp wind whips my face until I feel that I must get up and do something." Mr. Hanna is on tho way to De troit, where ho will beseech tho weather man to bring quickly the winter weather which has prompted his trip. " FLORIDA'S THREE BETS. . "There are threo dfjstnct classes of peoplo m my State," reported K. T. Wlllson, who spends his winters at Florence Villa, Kla., and is now a,t tho Astor. "The East Coast crowd want the gay society Ufp; the West ("rtnt In tint Fjn imv! and the Con tral Florida people lovo tho quiet. stmplo llfo ana- go there ju&i ror me sunslilno and outdoor recreation. "Florence Villa la the home of those In tho third category, and the pnlnnv cnniiirlses for the most part vnunir collect) irraduatcs Aid their families. Many of thorn aro engagea In raising oranges. I'olk County Is tho hnt (n tim Stnio for tho rommer- clal orango. Wo aro surrounded by a chain of sovent.ecn janes, an or t.tn nnnrrleA. nnd for that reason neldom loso any fruit during a cold" snap. The water seems to act as a heat reservoir. No large trees have been killed there by frost since the famous 'big freezo' of twenty-five years ago, which ruined most of tho fruit trees in Florida." AMERICANS CAREFUL COLLEC , TORS. "Whtld Americans pay small prices for less Important works of art and other articles for their collec tions, they aro willing to pay more than a man of any other raco for precious works," reported Harry Dykes, well-known violin and picture collector, who has Just arrived from London. Moreover, thoy are the most -nreful pcoplq In tho world whero so lution Is conccrnod." FARTHEST FrtO.W HOME. Tho "New Yorker For a Day or Two," who is furthest row home U T. It. Weston, who is at the Venn tllvantd. Ills homo town, Honolulu, Is about 5,600 miles from Vroadwav, Value in the First Degree I Flinfe Rue Furniture A. CHAIR or a bedroom suite a table or an up holstered set, the prin ciple ia the same. ' By keeping all our en ergies engaged in one line of endeavor, we maintain always a high er standard for our fur niture and a lower lovel for our prices. A trpk1 ximpJW otrmfw to Bring room famrtvrm 4bta Anm vpholatwntt cAr, cormnd in tap mohmtr, and priemd mt $99. a a i Mrm nil I FLINT 8C HORNER GO., Inc. 20-26 West 36th Street A few rrt!i from Fifth Aninn SWT dix dollars have, never before bought so much ire STYLE and QUALITY I si 3247 To know how much value the Blyn Shoes crowd Into your shoe money see this model. It is a patent leather. Colonial pump. Black suede inserts in tongue. French heel. A smart shoe for any formal occasion pO 3858 Black satin goring. Colo nial pump; brocaded tongue; baby Spanish heel. Fash- ion's finest example D 3209 Same in patent leather. S I RED CROSS SHOES are the most, comfortable shoes in the world, and as smart and trim as any shoes could be. For sale only in Blyn Stores. i 3240 Any feminine foot is ador ably clad in this smartest of smart Colonial Pumps. One of the newest models. Patent leather vamp with tongue of patent leather, with brown suede inserts. Brown suede quarter. French heel. 0C Wonderful value pO npO PROVE how exceptional" are the every day shoe values at the Blyn Stores we have grouped on this page a few of the new, smart styles reasonably priced at $6. Each model reflects fashion's newest note. Quality leathers, and excellent materials are used throughout. Such extraordinary values are possible only because the Blyn Stores sell a greater volume of shoes at a smaller margin of profit per pair than any other shoe stores in New York. Nearly a million custcmers know that whatever style of shoe is desired it can be found at a Blyn Store priced less than elsewhere. Visit the nearest Blyn Store in New York, Brooklyn, Newark. $6 3209 New, smart and styled to the hour is this patent leather Colonial Pump. Grace fully proportioned, with baby Spanish heel this shoe will charm the most exacting woman 3858 The same shoe may be had in black satin with goring and brocaded tongue. A Separate Department for MEN 254 Medium brown Russia Calf lace shoe, brogue last, with toft toe. Style, comfort, quality throughout. Also in black pb See our wide range or all leather shoes at $5 and $G. BLYN-PLAN CHILDREN'S SHOES Phylelan recommend tnero. Thev train inn. C--rf- j like Iren. Tr -""n a cn.lo th.fj hari on hoet. Blyn -Cut down the family Shoe Bill B WEST SIDE STORES 161 W. S4th St., nr. 7th Avs. 222.I24 Wet 125th Street, (lth Ave 27th Street, eth Ave. f i and 40th Sti. bS Warren olrect. B EAST HIDE STUItr.H 8d Ave. and 12Sd Btreet. M Ave., Wth and 87th HI". 3d Ave., 150th and 151ft Htn. 160-163 Honery, near nroonu'. 101' Sd Ave., mar 13th Etrcet. IK Service J? Stores Shoes Delivered FREE to Any Part of the World NEW SHOPPING CENTRE STORE 161 West 34th Street A FEW DOORS WEST OF MACY'S i nnnoin.TX store 442-441 Fulton Btreet, orposlte Urldge Btreet, near Ilojt. Broadway, near Greene Ave. UroadHay near I'ark Ave. U10 Myrtle Ave., llldgewoud. t NEWARK 8TORES . 689 Droad Street. 100 Market Street. Headquarter ft Mall Order Hept All Stores Open Saturday Evenings. S3 Warren Street, N. V. City. o IF West 42nd Street West 43rd Street Stem Brothers Telephone: Longacre 8000. riTVTT.X7 FOR FRIDAY We will offer most exceptional ptice inducementsin the following highly desirable merchandise from our Main Floor Departments: Womens Hiand Bags with marcasite mountings Men's and Women's Silk IJtaibrellas 12-button length Duplex Chamois Lisle Gloves Men's (2 Letter Monogram) Pure Linen Handkerchiefs (184 different assortments now on hand and awaiting your selection.) ' . . t Women's Full Fashioned All Silk Hosiery Wrist Watches for Men and Women ON SALESMAIN FLOOR. Weill WILLYS-KNIGHT NEW LOW PRICE The new low prices bring this most efficient type of motor within tho reach of all. It is the only type which improves with use. It does away with valve grinding, weakening valve springs, carbon troublo and otfief, adjustments. Willys-Knight cars, with many re finements, now are the lowest priced. Knight-motored cars in the world WILLYS-OVERLAND, Inc. BROADWAY AT 50TH STREET. Brookljni Cor. Ilcdforc! Air. ft Knktem I'arkiray Irl. Sterling MOO Newark: S2 llroud St. Tel. Mulberry 40:0. Uien Erenlnfi. THI,. CIRCLE SIM Rronxl ttK Grand Concouree (Nr. ISItU SI.) Tel. I'ordham 00l Roadster " Wa$ Now $1350 $1235 Touring Wat Now $1375 $1235 trtcet f. o. b. Toledo ' Coape Wo Now $1875 $1795 Sedan 4 Was Now $209 $195t REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE SUNDAY WORLD REAL ESTATE SECTION MUST BE IN THE WORLD OFFICE BEFORE FRIDAY -44 CIRCULATION OVER 600.000