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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1922.
10 AYOR PREVOKES JUSTICE COLLINS AS TO "ETHICAL" $11 Calling for Visitations to Juvenile Institutions Brings I : ' Heated Crossfire. S'lWro was n licntcd argument ln ttrcca: Mayor Jlylun nnd Justice Cor njllus.. J. Collins to-Uny over a bill aKcndlnp the lnfnlor Crlmlnnl Courts jEt, making vMtntlons utid InRpoc t&na of Institutions to which children H committed discretionary instead oE mandatory. Tho Justice Is uh pjned from Special Sessions to the Children's Court. gjt.was explained by Justice Collins UlSt.thcrc arc clRhty-nve Institutions fcgwlilch children of this city may o cfinthltUxl. He said Justices who visit tso, "children should do so out of a esf of Interest nnd duly and that tffoy should not lx' driven to making vL.i ..tall., l.i- InU' IUV?V tiann .j ...... 'When I was a MukIhIiuH' i visueu uA Institutions lecausp I had to," it ttie Mayor. Volt shock mo!" cxelaimcu inr. jjittce. "You shock me. To think lift a man of the bench should seek tcflltick hs duty:" WV11, ir the lay wiib dlfcietlonary I Jnon't .think you'd visit the S3 In stitutions to which children may 1m tnrfwl Hie Mnvor. "No p. -A .Viniitil riuunt'liitfil with all JMRK? .. ... Ilgpttlutlon to which he commits cnii difn.nnd then comes to the Hoard of Estimate Tor funds for that place," declared the Alayor. "It's unethical toSnr mind." ' aDo 'ou wnnt mo ,0 B 10 ",0 Attliblahop and tell him that thu Mayor of this city wants me to re sljfti jfrom the Catholic Institutions wftji jwhlch I nm connected?" asked thtt justice. IrVlJHout tolllntc him Just what ho TTOPld like to have him do, the Mayor rriwud that he thought it was unifocal- rmmiNo ST.vmni i.v imius ron K OLYMPIC OAMK. PABIS, March 23. Pershing Stadium wtjf practically decided upon as the ptwo 'for holding the 1324 Olympic games, today at a meeting of the Paris MtBJlciptl Council and tlia French Olftnplc Coimnltteo. It Is expected this arttnke'ment will be ofllclnlty ratified nejj Saturday. SNIPERS ACTIVE ON ULSTER BORDER Southern Side ReporteJ t) Be Turning Machine Guns on Scout Parties. ItfSLiKAST, March 23 (Associated Press). Reports that the snipers on the southern side; oftho Ulster bor der wero -using llRhl machine suns asalnst reconnoitring parties i cached Helfast to-day. All day yesterday the snipers wero active; until a lato hour In the sector lictwoen Alijrhnccoy nnd Cnlidon. According to KernaKh reports, all road traltlc on tho l'reo State side of tho bonier In that vicinity ha been suspended. Here In Belfast two Class "A" spe rial conslnlilcn were shot at noon (in May Street by a band the members or wjilcli escaped. One of tho con stables was killed nnd the other was mortally wounded. Three bomlis wern I hi own In Del fust lust night. Two women were wounded by ono toKHod, on the porch of St. Matthew's Catholic Church. DUHl.IN, March 23 (Associated Press). If tho Irll" Uepubllcun Aimy convention Is held feimday it will bo "contrury to. tho Qrdtr of the (lencriil HoudquarUrH. Stuff," accord ing to HJchiirdtilulculiy, Minister of DefeiiM) jit the Doll Cabinet. Ho said nothing. howcVcr indicating any In tention of trying to prevent the meet-Ing. MRS. MALLORY'WlNS TITLE TENN.S MATCHES - rt :.. Will Mur In Sml-linll at MlnKlm Ta-Morrnjv. HOSTO.N. March 23-Ono of the finalist roinhlnatiom In doubles nnd nil the ml-flniillntn In shuiles, were de lermlned In the women' national in door tennis championship toiirnnmxtitR to-day nn Indicated by the seeded rirnUK. Mrs. Molln lijurstedt Maltory nnd Mrs. I.. O. Morris' of New York, runner-up In thu doubles tourney last year, went Into tho flhal again by a victory over Miss I.llllanCl. Hrlmrmun of llrooklyn und Miss Ceres Ilakcr of Ornime, N. J., metropolitan doubles chnniplon. ho scores wore 6-3, C-0. In lnglo, tho somt-flnatlst who will contost (o-niorrow In Ihe crounT- nici given, each a seeded player, were decided ns follows: Mrs. Marlon Zln dersteln Jessup, Wilmington, Del., and Miss Icalla Ilancroft, TIoMon, Mrs. Molln lljtlrstcdf Mallory. New York, and Miss Edith Blcourney, lloMon. i TIDAI, W.tVK PMMins VKSilCH. IjONDON, March 23 Central News despatch from Vcnlco ays that a tidal wave late last night Inundated tho city, tho water rising to a depth of more than threo feet In somo of tho public squares. f tit iGOODMAN'3 I NOUriShttg! Spaghetti L, all nutri. g merit every mouthful of its DURUM r wheat builds Btrength and vitality, r ' while the many tasty ways in which it can Dc prep area ana servea maKes an appetite appeal that is irr'ecistible to every member of the family. rr pays to ask roa OOODMAN 5cm for vttuabtt rtdpt tookWi fret GOODMAN'S Spaghetti A. iOdlDMAN & SONS, INC, 634 EAST I7th 8T NSW YORK If HAVANA ENTRIES. 1h llmnnu mtrlc for to.morroWs rcc nru in. follows FIIIHT HU'B HI furlonin; maiden ilirn-y. in- ilnlmlngj puro 00. Ilitny I'.'. 'Nnoml K 103; 'MIm rraulund l".'i. 'fssllk, 109i 'l-'aMnda, M; Kplrli l,i.i. I"". Tn I)y, 113: Ban Ktffsno. 113 llavmnnd Bradley, 113. HKffiM) ltAft; -HI furlonga; four-year-olrtn Mid uriKaid. tllinlng purao 10Q. Jimtra r , I'M; tlratlnn, 103; Wlnd nt ChRiiro. Hi.'.. Nltum. tOSi 'Ooldun lied, IKi; NnrniH .1. 1 10; Htarkadtr, HO; Mlkp, 110. Kins Uoith, IIS. Polar ub, 113 ; The BiKinlrvi. 112. Hrirk M., IW. TIMlll' It 'i: 1'lw and nnr-half fur lonf! thr-yeat.1d, rlalnilnni purno i(K) -Mml Nrll. I"0. Tlie Mnnnitf rein, IW. iUnon Wlnhs. 10i. 'Manlcurp, 102; Hwlfl 'rtf U"t. 102; Ilucklnghnm, 103; Awtiltll;. PC; IlilllliK. 105. IfilillTIl HACK Hlx furlongn; three-yrnr-iildn m.d upward; tlalmlna; puraa $;(!.- KfllaMtlty, I'll; Hutchison, 100; Ilprin'inl, 101 ; "fluldcn Ctiarica, 101; 'An prnval. HmI Kd Onrrlmn, 107: l'llia 'Ultra, I0t. Milrt Willi' I-, 111. TUTU IlACn-Mllo and" fifty yiirda; tliri'i ..jfiir.nlda nnd r ; claiming; iiursn ITlKi. -Kfltnl. (il, Occupation, 10O; Kalr I.anali'. ml NnaJo. 105; Jlcrrttta, 107; itlf, l'"i. Tnlr nnd Warmer, 110; Frank 1 urkf. 112. Fairly, 113: Plantared 115; tr A'lmiin, lir,, Klrt Tionp, 119; Kly, 115; lUtity Mnnrc, lir,. BI.STII HAt'B Mil ana MxUtnth : thrce .'ar-lli nml up . 'Inlmliig; PVW $700. iiMi llopf. NT. KIro.Ioii, li"; Oaluiilo, 102; TualoiiK. I'M; iluardntiinn, 103; Zol'e, 103, I. Ill Huuli. I".'!, llukli, 100;.. Haven Hvn, lufl, -.1 t' Stone, 1tiS, 'Hunny Hill, 1118. SKVIINTlt ItACi: Mile; four-yr ara-nld n nil up, ilnlmlnir: puren 1700. Mary Krb, W. Mh.miUIIi'. ml. Tcnl'-ficYon, 103; Jartilienn, -I'lliroch, HIS; Mollncru, 101; llarun. I OS, fliim ritrapie. 106; rbllu, 110; llnrlock. 110, Money, 110. Apprrntlc" allownnce claimed. Weather lear, truik cooil. ' DECISION RESERVED IN BICKFORD DIVORCE of iarane Man AVItnrN 'IT 1 1 llulili) nnd womnn. Mrs. Viola I.onK Illckford, a ulster of Dr. I.nura KIcKulmann of tho llrooklyn lenllh Department and llvlnfc with her nt No. 431 Uhi Avenue, llrooklyn, to day hrouht suit heforo Justice Fuller In Hunreinn Court, lirooKiyn, lor nnsoiute dIVorre from .lolin JllcKlortl. The suit wan undefended. Mrs. Illckford la a nurse In thu Iltooklyn Health Depart ment, i Harris Horowitz, formerly proptietoi of a Kiirnge at No. at: Dedford Ava- le. llrooklyn, l(;tmeil Unit on Dec. 15, 920. he found Illckford In a com- iroiiilaln noBltlon with nn unnamed woman In the elmuffcur's room at hli. Barai;e. Doclsion was reserved, Efank More Milk This time of ihe year I cjpod wholesome milk is 'ihe cheapest economical i H r 1 I jjooa. Nouzishind. health dhrind i frrittliifesr irv r&nrfseiiied ? P jY I " 1 i c ZZj 1 to Tie milium UL 1UUU lvalue ner dollar. Milk is ihf one test foodzBordenm J Grade A ihe one best milk. BORDENS Farm Products Co, Inc Cbrilandi 7901. PARCEL POST BLAMED FOR POSTAL DEFICIT WASHINGTON, March 23. Itespon- slhlllty for deficits Incurred by tlu 1'osi Offlco Department In tho handllni: or the malls Is attributed larRely to the pai eel pent syatem, nccordlnt; to datn i nil, i led by the Joint I'ostnl Commls k.iiii wluili Is investlKitlnR the cost of liMinlllm; all classes of mall matter. ( ..ui liisldiis me to be suhmlUcd lo (Viihihss nexl F-a II. ndrr further Inves-tiu-iiHui, It wns nnnoiinned to-dny. Ever try thtm bahJf Here'i howt Wuh Sunivreet i'runei, cover with warm water and oak over nipht. lUke in a caiierolt in a llow oven, uime Hint water fruit nai lotkedln. Cook until tender. No iugar it reailred. When lerving, uie plain or aild boiled cuttard iiucr or whipped cream. Send for complete Recipe Packet. Califor- nia Prune and Aprimt Ornwer Inc.. San Joie, California. ll.OOOgrowcr-mcniberi. CWhen you eat a dish of Sunsweet prunes eyeiy moin ing you invite Good t VLeklfb to sit beside yob at breakfast and stand by you all day SUNSWEET "pork loin 34 vs. 66 Swift's Premium Ham and Swiff s Premium Bacon are produced from only the best hogs. Many of the animals we buy do not furnish meat of Premium quality. Since these are the choice cuts from the best hogs, cured and smoked in the best way, with scientific care and precision, they are naturally in great demand; but these cuts, with the loin from which pork chops come, repre sent only about 34 per cent of the live animal The remaining 66 per cent consists of the cheaper cuts, such as spare ribs, shoulders, trimmings, pigs' feet, lard, etc., and shrinkage in dressing and curing. Shrinkage is equal to one pound in each five, and has no value whatever. That is why the prices of "Premium" Ham and Bacon and pork loins are higher than the price of the live animal. Everybody wants them and yet they are only about one-third of the entire weight "Premium" Bacon alone is only about 8 per cent The great demand for the choicer cuts, and the smaller demand for the cheaper cuts, constitute the reason for the comparatively higher price of the one-third, and the lower price of the other two-thirds. (Some of the lower priced cuts sell at less than the per-pound price of the live animal.) It is only by utilizing all possible by-products and exer cising the utmost skill and efficiency that we are able to average a profit of a fraction of a cent a pound on all our business. N. B. Some very delicioua di$he can be prepared from the cheaper cuts. i Swift & Company U. S. A. Fourteen Wholesale Distributing Markets In Greater New York Central Office, 32 Tenth Avenue G. J. Edwards, District Manager ' Where Economy Rules " New Record Reductions Special for the metropolitan District "Red Circle" Selected Coffee REDUCED TO (for one week only) Imported Direct from the Choicest Plantations 25 C Fresh Creamery BUTTER Direct from Choicest Creamery Districts Lb. 41c Pounds Big Mealy 4 POTATOES 1 1 JC Save 9 Cents Peck sJlrn sr DelMontev Peaches ai s Save 6 Cents Can Fancy Columbia River SALMON Save 7c Can PACKAGES Quaker a s Mother's Save 5 Cents lona Brand TOMATOES No. 2 Can Save 4 Cents Can Peanui Butler . I5p Marrow Beans . . u.. 8c Huyler's Cocoa Lb.can 18c Rice, Fancy Blue Rose 4 Lbs. 25C PremierSaladDressingboi37c Palmolive Soap 3 cakes 25c Gorton'sCodlishFJakescanlSc Kcllogg's Corn Flakes ) qc Post Toastiesfpk90 Sultana IyR$ noz.bot. 10c A & P cuSt Flour pk0. 9c Beckers 0,dp"X,Md Flour Pkg. 9c BREAD 5c Announcing BEECHNUT Products hi low rrices Beechnut Ketchup $S 17c Beechnut Sliced Beef 28c Beechnul Peanut Butter y 15c m m w Beechnut Ginger ale p bot 11c Beechnutuiiii&auce '"bat sac BeechnutSliced Bacon J";. 39c the ATI AIITIA 2. DAOIPin I" It I bnii i iv ix. i nvu iw bv. GREAT The World's Largest Grocery House