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THE EVENINiG WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922. Honey Fltz" for Governor of Massachusetts Said to Have Fine Chande. By Roger Batchclder. Tho "Election controversy In Mas iMChusctta has a strong parallel to that of New York," : reports Harold B." Kinsley, who is at tlio SIcAlpIn from Boston. "Hero, as I liave learned from Tho Kvcnlntr "World, tlie Democratic aspirant for tlio Governor ship haa come frormtho cast eldo of New York, and lias worked up through rlous political offices to tho State 'use. "In MassachuscltH, 'Honey Fltz' Fltrscrald Is In a tlinllnr position. Although he has not mudo tho prot ress In statesmanship that Mr. Hnillh has, ho Is intensely popular cviry. where, even among tlinMtepubllcaus. He t thft 'Boston candidate,' Jus,t as Smith la tho 'New Yiirk ennilltl.it ..... ..tV ..w . w ... V.IJlf, oston, and will probably have little moro In getting the State Democratic rot. Hut in the Hay State there are only a very few big cities which can be counted In tho Democratic column Tho rest of tho Statu, moreover. Is not likely to get excited about a 1J.m. ton candidate, even If he 1m a 'regu lar feller.' While it looks here us though your former Governor had a good chanco to win, there in no real expectation that tho present Gover nor, Channtng Cox, who hau a good record, like your own Governor, will be defeated In Massachusetts.1-' QEN. JOHNSON REVISITS SCENE OF EARLY CAMPAIGNS. Major Gen. Evan M. Johnson. U. S. A., retired, who will bo remembers' as the commander of Camp Upton (luring the early part of tho war. Is at tho Astor 6n hla way to Scotland Neck, "N. C.. tho home of hl3 daugh ter. Ho has Just returned from n JjTcstern trip which toolsjjlm through Wo national parks and the territory In which ho served as a Second Lieu tenant in 1S8S. Gen. Johnson recently received the decoration and rtinli of Commander of tho Order of Saint.) Maurice and George, conferred 'v thu King of Italy for hcrvlco rendered ti Italy while he wan military attache of tho American I.'mburay at Homo BOOSTING NORTH CAROLINA. . w 4iu.ic-uurn Amer icans in Isorth Carolina than In anv other State in tho country." accord Intr to Huffner Campboll of Ashoi-lhi- N. C, who Is at tho Pennsylvania, "Most of tho natives are two or thr-c generations removed from Europe, ai though they represent nearly all the nations that are represented In Now York. , Tho Bcotch-Irlsh stock l.i prominent. , "Ashevillo has grown to bo qulto u city In tho last fifty yeais," he went on. "It Is In tho ccntro of the hardwood district, and Is making rc markablo progress In Itn industries Before long it will bo a. great manu fncturlng centre." THEIR WONDERFUL "MURPHYS " "Wo produce tho finest potatoes In tho world In North Dakota," boasts John E. Shcedy, who Is here from Grand Forks, "and the person who has never eaten ono of ours docs not know what a real potato Is like. They aro very hardy and will come out In flno shapo after n long winter, while tho products of other localities sprout ond othcrwlso dotorlorntc."" " FAHTHUST FROM HOME, The ".Veto Yorkers' for a Dau or Two" who ara farthest from home to ilav o.re Sir. ami Mrs.' I,. S. Frazer, cho are at tho IleUcctalre. Their home oic, Johannesburg, (South Africa, :) ahout tO.OOO mites from li road tea V. A Reputation I", I -i nrr,. ,. . . for varying Quality is the Greatest MarK of Distinction. hats given Matchless Quality for 31 years. So Delicious ! Just Try St. Wo Mum! Twelve bells 4y.nd up the clock and wind up the day with crackers and k LIEDERKRANZ CHEESE ' ihe cheese that makes the meal The Monroe Cheese Co. Monroe N.Y. jCREDIT ' (DESIRED fl I MI M I I I I'll I I Atarei iilO&X&XQWQSSSi I II Open . 3 AVE - M &" AVE. Corner W 3 I 111 c , i 84 -STREET M IS- STREET EL I )' II Saturday 5 "MWSgluiniutf.ijLiwu ijiiiunrgxWp. Eveningt it Do A'o(. Contuse Our Stores With Others ofSimi or Name Turn. tTrSM3l ;cONVENtEHT n All i j ISUBWAYAMI I urttjj - Si Brook AvevL 160 a 3TREET. I Bronx Storo Ope Monday and Saturday, Evening Seamless Brussels Rags 9x12 ft $24.98 8.3x10.6 ft. $21.98 7.6x9 ft $16.98 Higher Prices May Come! The tremendous demand for home-furnishings this Fall indicates a probable, advance in prices. Already the rug mills have raised their lists but, in spite of unusually heavy business, we still have a huge stock of Furniture and rugs on hand at lower than prewar prices and our ad vice is to buy now! We will gladly hold goods until needed. CREDIT Generously, If Desired mtsm 'til i wwa Queen Anne Period American Walnut Bedroom Suite $11 Q.50 Comuting of Drewer, Chifforobo and Bed; 3 piecei, as illutrated, at . . X i 2 (ri ""ill 6 toiii '! HIT -.-TTtfLI - IIM Kroehler Daven-o Sofa Bed i r i n x Mahogany hniihed frame, upliolateicd . U W Quartered Oak Buffet in imitaiion leather; make a full size Sh'ghVanity Dresser a . i 1 I 1 ..."J .i t I niti XVI. Prinri. Uolden liniSH wun ncavy ucu wiich upen iinu aoei : - AVE., at li 6 -AVE. Corner 14 3 Brook AvM.i 84 STRECT 15&STRERT ' Madaml Tomorrow for the first time Hon can buy Cushmani Grade A Bread! J i For tho past fifty ; You're going to buy u loaf of bread tomorrow. But it's not going to bo just "a loaf of bread." For tomorrow, October 28th, 1922, marks a most im portant event in the history of bread-making the daj when a million New Yorkers will first tasto Grade A Breadthe richer, creamfer, more nutritious loaf. I years, Uushman bons, inc. JNew York s oldest and best known bakers have been working to make a loaf of bread so rich in food value that it would stand out above all the others a perfect loaf of bread. Now at last they have evolved that perfect loaf in Cushman's Grade A' Bread. 7 Its flavor is different from that of any bread you have ever tasted. It is as much richer and creamier than other bread as Grade A Milk is richer and creamier than other milk. It is the safest, most nourishing bread you can give the children. It stays fresh longer than other bread. It is the best and most economical loaf you can buy for the whole family. ypUfl' Cushman most spar 's Grade A Bread is made of the finest white flour the purest, most sparkling sugar and salt the best quality yeast and shortening the richest, creamiest milk, and lots and lots of itl The richer, creamier loaf It is baked in slow ovens of the modern type so that it Is thoroughly "done," through and through the smooth, creamy inside as well as tho golden crisp crust It is slowly and carefully cooled to make its grain fine and light. This is the beginning of a new era in bread-making the greatest step forward in years of food improvement. Be in on it 1 You will bo delighted with it. Be sure to ask your dealer to morrow for a loaf of ... GRADE A BREAD Sold in Large and Small Loaves at Gro cery and Delicatessen stores. Pure Food Analysis of CushmarVs Bread A prominent New York firm of pura food experts purchased ten loaves of Cushman's bread from ten different stores In Oraater New York and mad one composite sample of the breed from the ten loaves. This they put through complete labora tory tests. They report CaahmMn'e bread higher in protein food viae (nan the usual loaf of white bread. Their analysis is as follows; ToUl carbohydrates . . . J4.07 percent Proteins 9.19 Fats 2.90 M Minerals (salt, etc.) . . . 2.44 " Water 32.J7 - Total food values per pound 1,253 caloriee In a rigid bacteriological test of the wrappers around the bread, and the crust it self, It was found that the bread reached the customer absolutely pure, sanitary and free from contamination. Name of pure food experts and their full report will be given upon request. Open Saturday Evening. Ornnx Ft1rrm On.ti Saturdrv Evening. Monday and Saturday Evg J. DQUUIQ3 roR DEUVER.Y J ADVERTISED CVhHV ,500D5 rYHEUE f, 4torlX. 44. . -C&e&e .Ui'r.ViyiVa.ti.iy55V4jl Ooen "BBssBsB!l .JsLt. fSSf.ss.