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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, December 07, 1922, Image 18

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r. THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, D E G U MB Ja xC V,lU5Sa. IB PAIR COME TO BUY BUTTER, BUI PULL GUN ROB GROCER Police Believe They Belong to Chain Store Hold-U- p Gang. Charles Anderson, ths manager of n rtoulston grocery storo nt No. CC2 Wytlio Avenue, IJrooklyn, which la n( the comer of Roao Street, was aboul to close the place at 1 o'clock this afternoon, while ho was absent nn hour at luncheon. Ho wan golnft toward tho door when two well dressed young men entered. \Not too late for something?\ akcI one. j''No, I'll wait on you,\ replied An dcrfton. \What do you want?\ \Only a pound of butler,\ an Bounced the cuxtomer and Anderson turned and walked back to tho Ice box. As he uto'oped and picked up a wooden container In which to put the butter tho Can who had followed him rcmarkivl: \Jupst keep on walking\.\ Anderson felt something; shoved In. to his brick, know It was the mutzle tit a revolver and continued on Into the back room. \Now take a. soat and behave and nothing- - Is coins to happen to you,\ admonished tho man with tho sun. Anderson did as directed Ho could hear tile ,nan In tho storo ODcn tho cash drawer of tho register: nlso his expression of disapproval when ho found only MS.80. The man taking- - care of tho manager asked him whero the money was. \The collector was hero at noon and took everything but my money to make change,\ answered Anderson truthfully. With a final' Injunction to stay whero he was the pair left the man accr and walked out of the store. Around tho corner on Iloss Street a third man waited with an automoWlo into wh)ch tho pair sprang as it started off. Andnmnn's rienerinUon of the men. according- - to tho police of tho Clmcr Street Station, fits that of the pair who have held up several chain stores In tho Williamsburg- - district within a few weeks. MOTHER AND FIVE CltlLDIlKX DIB IS Oil. STOVE EXPLOSION, EUGENE. Ore., Dec. 7 (United Press). Mrs. tver Johnson and five children, the oldest aged 6, wero burned to death here to-d- In an explosion at the Johnson home. Two Other children and three adults were seyerely burned TEN cotiiwiMA CAitrra 3 Tom CeaTbUr UaM lAtad f Mlt mult u cm t MtaraUfh-- . rslirUtas lias tkreufh tix tax 7 Tom wklch I aiiutl (m TMTi- - caMtaat aaHriaktalsttea. Dtaajajr Malar hmm iaiiai any r rif 9 0t rWks Tkna caM lar MtAii fcraaa. aat wna a trnnf lasaroaa. SOW Airt aaaia PRODUCE SPECULATOR PROTECTS FROM LOSS, FARMERS DECLARE Commissioner of AcrnnnU llirnn-flrl- il Ham Unrff KJrctril . llcnr- - InK on Propoeu Onllnnnrc. Tho farmer tfho supplies New with produce docs not want to bo pro tected from tho speculator, according to of Markets O'Mallcy, who said 160 farmers had come to his office and protested against even tho segregation of tho speculator or dealer and 606 of them had signed petition for tho retention of tho speculator. Tho Commissioner of Accounts held a meeting y which, ho said, wna for the purpose of hearing opposition to a proposed ordinance Riving tho of Markets certain privileges. Mr. O'Mallcy said ho had the powoin now It sought to convey. Lawyer Morris U Kinsi, aiming for W. I... llundrotmark. Secretary )f tho Nctv ork Market Crowds' Ahbo elation, protested, saying: \This meeting was not caiicti tor the purpose stated. Wo know what it was called for.\ \Tho last time you woro hero you Insulted me.\ sold Commissioner of Accounts Hlrshflcld. \I had you .iut out then. Oftlccr, put him out again.\ \I call on all ical farmers to follow me,\ shouted the attorney as he went to the door. Mr. Hundretmark was tho only on6 who followed. \those ho remained, about eighty from Long Island, heard O'Mallcy say the farther wanted tho speculator . cause ho provented the grower from being stuck with his stuff In u hud market and took chance the farmer could not wen areora to iaxc. INVITED TO DANCE HALL JUDGE PLEADS BAD Proprietors Akrd Hlm to Disprove Ntore'c Claim of Disorder. Tho Tarslics Clothing Company, of No C23 Fulton Street. IJrooklyn, y up- - piled to Suprmco Court Justtco Knpper In Brooklyn, for an Injunction restrain Inr the owners of tho property contlnulnc the lease of tho Strand Daneeland and which occupies tho second floor. If maintains that It run not continue Its affairs, due to tho noise crealtd by the dance hall. Attorneys Daneeland snld (ha place, was quiet and orderly. To trove their assertions they Invited the court to visit It. \No. thank you,\ replied JuMlce Kopper \I have a bad foot nnd further more I think possibly I might bo out of place. rtion pott it. s. in Dec. 7. forces In arc the best ever seen, said Lieut. Col. W. E. to on ing for and the ba of the way they are out the of uer man lie was worse than two years oco Christmas , tmsmxkjym ri As Ucat Dlc ipr rnr chain AatMaatltallrcfMMtbtmkslsnm. oa UM u uiMi 4 Xff f nlm Sk Imps ct COUfM!A 5- - ilckt jrltiM Mtml l m w. ta tv. r'a4 raaa. m iaa naara wu- - mry Kwn ana. a&d ufml Uea. . Sit aa4 Srlc h Vl ll MOTOR 8 w M hit OmI t a a FOOT from representing rrtAisc moors llliaa taaa aUln Its York Tho American Germany troops Causey technical adviser Austria, depart Vienna United States should proud carrying occupation territory, declared Austria' condition hW-Msa- a. nlaclala hIikmu OoaxkaW TVr wiCkoct itafm sUiius fcmkat. TONE UavSrfjrtaJ RafiMswsr accalran AaatiaW caaatmctad nandiu ammllS.. milf COLUMBIA Hajt&u Commissioner Commissioner aaarial ctU. GERMANY. CODLENZ, rpaterday, HIIACKMAN'S CHRISTMAS FAVORS TREE TRIMMINGS I hr .tma. Nflllr nnd laxor, for Irrr. Tiil.tr. Tartly ami n J Pnlll nil ililt h I'lnrr jou rnuld Imir no llir \'\'I ,. \ hnn. Tlir iimij In i IwMlldrrliig Hint Hie nl fault li thai too much mri!mtn'ni\tjn of I'npfr lint.. Znn ilirfrrrnf klniN of Nol SlaUfrs. Pnnp. Hint Molloe In rrrj color nnj prlcr. I'rrtlj rimr mul laNj '' Jack Ilornrr lit that for rialntlnr. nnd mldnru llirrr U nl.vilnli-l- nn roinnftll on. \Shark. nun's\ 1 the Inrfr.t nnd mml romiilrlr Noicllj nnd 1'niiir lloaie In Hie World. Krlrtt jonr rnor now for Nm Irnr'x i:c. B. SHACKMAN & CO. ZZZy (Th name I important I i aiiititn. It U Imiifirlfint In look for uip nnmr w-- BIIACIvMAN'S fore rnttrlm. ni lliirr In only mi ''MiiuitmiinV' EHACKMAN'S Stern Brothers West 42d St. (Between 5l.li and 6th Avcs.) West 43d St. MEN'S Winter Underwear r A complete, extensive assortment in weights and textures which provide for every seasonable need. All well-tailore- d, form-fittin- g garments. Shirts & Drawers Men's Union Suits in grey wool and cotton mixed; medium or Winter weight Drawers in regu- lar or short lengths. Each: $1-6- 5 Men's Union Suits in natural color; heavy or medium weight; wool and cotton mixed. Per suit: give an all-ye- ar gift a Columbia in natural color; partly wool; medium weight; ex- cellent values and service- able garments. Per suit: $1-9- 5' Men's Union Suits of natural color grey; su- perior quality; Winter weights. Per suit: $2-5- 0 $3.95 A HOME without music of some kind is a pretty forlorn sort of place these days of peppy fox-trot- s, of new and popular song hits. And what a parody on borne, home is, without music at Christmas the big, joyous, happy time of the year, when it's a3 easy to hum or ing or whisUe as it is to thtnu. bo this year instead of wondering, 'What will I give them for Christmas?\ just say to yourself, \I'll give em a year-roun- d gift an all-ye- ar source of sunshine and happiness a Columbia Grafonoja.\ First Buy a Columbia for the educational value of music in tho home valuable to the youngsters and to the older folks. Second Buy a Columbia for the purity of its voice, its perfection of reproduction, its decorative beauty. Buy it because it has ten re- markable points of superioiity that put it at the fop of the list of worth-whil- e phonographs made to-da- y. You can't begin to estimate the joy and happiness a Columbia will give your folks every day in the year. You won't hesitate when we tell you Columbia Prices Have Hit Bottom. See the Columbia Dealer in your vicinity to-da- y and get the facts E rices and terms you'll be surprised and pleased at the opportunity e will offer you to own the most improved phonograph at a cost you COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE CO., N9w Ygrh fell ACK.MA.Vd t i I flVVr\ \ WW - T' \ lip 1 1 I BimtY-NovHflL- L Gj Floor and Table Lamps They are here in a wide selection. Prices mbm $12.25 to $150.00 Hall Clocks' A very big selection that offers a most pleasing choice. Prices from $98.00 to $750.00 Tea Wagons Many different models from which to choose. Prices from $27.50 to $59.00 Spinet Desks Always useful, the Spinet Desk is a happy choice. Prices from $31.50 to $110.00 m - Secretary See our large display of Secretaries. Prices from $49.50 up 7T BlueNibbon Furniture Kea Sixth Avenue a.t 41st St Opposite Bryant fa lif for ilftetita JTtmt utytfl 3flttrtttfctr Mpp Christmas unt onop is a treasure trove ot sugges-- 1 TMHE for gifts for every member of the family. Here t are mnumeraoie articles ana pieces oi mrniture that make choosing a pleasure. We illustrate a few; these but suggest the big variety ready for your selection. The articles illustrated above arc: Book Ends, solid mahogany $6.95 Dp.tk Lamp in wrought iron Si 5.50 Mantel Clock in mahogany $17.00 Console Set in wrought iron . $12.75 Console Set in polychrome finish . . . . . . . $28.50 Table Lamp in polychrome finish shade extra) . . . $24.25 Colonial Doll Lamp $10.00 8 8 U Four Poster Mahogany Beds A gift that will see a good many more holi- day seasons. Prices ranging from $31.50 to $95 CD End Tables A large assortment of styles in various fin- ishes, ranging in price from $9.75 to $31.50 Library Tables in colonial and other designs. Prices from $21.50 up m Windsor Chairs different styles. Prices from $9.25 up HARLEM STORE 145-14- 7 West 125th St. Open Monday nnd Suturduy Evening (Sift 'MAKE THIS 1 m i End Table and Book Trough Very useful and always acceptable. In differ- ent designs. Prices from $11.75 up TelephoneSets A gift that will be wel- comed into every home with a telephone Many different styles to choose from. $18.50 up star Martha Wash- ington Sewing Cabinets are of utmost useful- ness to any one who sews. Prices from $21.50 to $57.00 NEW YORK STORE Sixth at 41st St. cn Saturday Evenings. r Priscilla Sew- ing Cabinets and other designs arc always acceptable. Prices from $12.00 to $45.00 Cedar Chests are sure to add to the attractiveness and util- ity of any room. From $21.50 to $65.00 Bookcases Many different de- signs, made especially for the particular fur- nishing of library or den. Prices from $25.00 to $110.00 Reception Hall Chairs in a great many de- lightful designs. Prices range from $34 to $200 Smoking Stands in many different de- signs. A very grati- fying selection is now ready. Prices from $4.98 to $35.50 Fireside Chairs Tapestry, velour or mohair upholstered. Prices range from $31.50 to $125.00 Console Sets The console table and mirror sets will prove very acceptable gifts. $41.50 up Gate-Le- g Tables in different Prices from i $26.00 to $75.00 Colonial Low Boy A beautiful gift for the home. Price $67.50 Liberal Terms of Credit, if Desired THE BUCKLEY-NEWHAL- L CO. Ave. BROOKLYN STORE 1333-3- 9 Broadway Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. f P sizes. -- ' r n'Tii t 1111111 EWW .K\ rn jm.rw ,J . II I liar i H h 3 m

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