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TfiE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922. K 12 it IS nut i iifiu i aiii oavo nnniiinmnfci i ii i i ii ii iu it ini i w Km nir i i u . B.U1IIIUHI1 I HIB ilfilil I 111 II III II I II II 1 U Villi L I III I Wl I I w I I 1WI II VI I I Wl I - .. K iMimnr-i mi I ir nm ill in r-s rr- u mil ii ini i ii- imiuiiii' niu nini'i i) UL 1UU 1ULU U MU U MU V LIUIUL r I nnnnimm innnnn m nir nnn&iTnw i v kkii i in i iiu iimnnA in inr i.iiiiiuini I I I 1111 III! II I I 1 IIIIIUIILII IU UUUII I Penalizes Innocent House holder While Criminals Flout It, Report Says. Characterizing thr Sullivan law ok "not only Ineffective but pernicious." In that It penalizes the Innocent householder while the criminally In clined "flout It openly." members of the May. Grand Jury handed to-day to Judffe Atonzo McLaughlin In the County Court, Brooklyn, a present ment In which they urged that tho Governor of New York or a commis sion named by him call a conference of tho States to establish n reciprocal agreement for tho proper regulation of tho sales of firearms. "In tho courso of our work." tho Grand Jurors declared, "It has been made clearly evident that the posses sion of concealed firearms Is condu cive to crime, and that the ease with which firearms and permits to carry them nio obtainable by the criminal element demands a more effectlv control than tho so-called Sullivan law." The Grand -.Juror ulso recom mended that the County Court be moved to tho Hall of Records "and accommodations bo miulo to house the , District Attorney and his staff In the samo building, the personnel und rec ords of the present Jlall of Records, together with the various departments occupylni; tho building, being trans ferred to tiro new Municipal llulld lng." The Grand Jurors found the pres ent Grand Jury , poorly ventilated, characterized existing provisions for the entrance und exit of witnesses not only awkward but dangerous, de clared thut thh waiting room ' there "more nearly resembles a corral than n placo for tho accommodation of guests of the county." and sad that tho Grand Jury room Is so poorly lighted that In some cases tho delib erations of the Grand Jury hnvo been audible In open court. j WAR CLAIMS SHOULD BE PAID TO WORKERS Chief Justice Taf t Says Gov ernment Morally Respons ible to Steel Operatives. WASHINGTON, June 2. The Gov ernment was declared by Chief Jus tice Tnrt In testifying to-day before the House Claims Commlttco to be obliged morally to pay war claims of tho Bethlehem Steel Company work ers amounting to more than a million dollars. , The Chief Justice, who was joint Chairman of tho War Labor Hoard under the award of pvhlch the claim is made, said the question to bo de termined, tn lits opinion, was how .many and what workers were entitled to payment. The claims arose out of tho refusal ot tho company to pay bonuses on Government work as or dered by the Wefr Labor Board. Ap proximately 38,000 machinists and other -workers are involved. A Recipe for Happiness! Sages have sought it through all the ages. But give the average man a wife, a baby, n garden, on armful of bundles x and a train to catch, and he asks little more of life. Provided, of course, that one of those bundles holds Happiness Candy. SayMother'sOwn Home Made, or Evangeline Chocolates, or any one of our 200 kinds that are sure to moke Dad's home-coming joyful. Happy Tkoutkt for Ttday: GLADIOLA $1 AAiu ASSORTMENT V1.UU United Happiness Candy Stores Magistrate Dale Announces Drive on "Speak Easies" in Brooklyn. "Prohibition to-day is a crying menace to tho United States," de clared Magistrate Dale to-day In thn Adams Street Court In Drooktyn as ho held Albert Mahler, of No. D32 Twenty-ninth Street, Drooklyn, In $1,000 ball for tho Grand Jury on n charge of violating the Mullan-Gagc Law. "f was a member of tho Judiciary Commltteo In Congress when they were formulating plans tor National Prohibition flvo years ago, but no thought was given to light wines and lccr. As n, 'result, theso 'speak easies', conducted by cheaters, have sprung' up (ill over tho country. If men would refund to patronize them, they would Boon go out of business, and then perhaps tho American citi zen might bo able to get back light wines and beer." Mahler was arrested yesterday nf tcrnoon In tho Tomplo Har IJuildlnr Annex, No, 186 Ilcmsen Street, Drook lyn, following a. rnld on rooms 20S anu 209. Patrolmen Natzmnn and Mc- tjiiilurtlM lirnkn Into tho rooms, nnd said they found Mnhler ajono In tho rooms, which nro ronnecicu uy a ioor. The police said thoy found a quantity of whiskey, wlno and vermouth In the place. Mahler said that he was only mind ing the rooms for Tliomus Kllcy, un xportcr and Importer, whoso name appeared on tho donr. Magistrate Dale hnld ho 'had no doubt that the pl-ir-o was "nothing hut ii 'tmciilt-n.sv'." "Ileginniug to-day," declared tho Magistrate, "after six weeks' effort, I start to drive hucIi cheaters out of Itrnnklwi I have been wnlttntr for Mich nu opportunity to stamp out these speaK-ensies, anu save somo or the manhood of the country, and save onio o ft lie heartaches of our fine women who suffer through It." burglars' favor THIS B'WAY CORNER Get $1,400 in Goods in Sec oiid Raid at aoth Street Store. When B. B. London, a clerk In the haberdashery shop of J. I,. Hlrsch No. U07 Hroadway, near 39th Street reached tho placo nt 8 o'clock this morning ho saw a policeman standing In front of tho show window, and learned that tho sidelight of tho win dow had been smashed and that there had been taken It dozen silk shirts, neckwear, lx'lts nnd buckles. In oil amounting to $1,400, ' Just two weeks ago the same thing happened and about tho same amount in goous wcru uuuiiru irom ino win low A week ago tho tailor shop ol K Itrnrv Adlcr. No. 1414 Ilrn.irlivnv. just across the street, was broken Into anu roooeu ui k"ih vaiucu ai JIU.UUU Stem Brothers WEST 42D ST. Btmm Filth W Su,h Anau) WEST 43E ST. Every Little Girl Is Invited Tomorrow to Our Doll Carnival Would you like to be the honored guests of a great crowd of doll babies? Would you like to have the dolls entertain youf WouU! you like to sec the very most talented dolls of all dance for you or hear them talk ( just a H tic like real babies, you know, that haven't learned very many words yet? Suppose one of the dolls grew drowsv with all the good times going on around and rocked itself to sleep, and then, bye and bye, would wake up and call for Ma-ma? Wouldn't you simply love t j be there? The "Madam Ilendren" Walking and Talking Dolls Are Really Giving This Parly they walk, they talk, they dance, they do everything that you did when you were just their age. And the clothes are just the sort you'd adore taking off and putting on. Dolls that are really almost alive. (Guaranteed unbreakable) 17 inches high 3.15 AH the dolls at this Carnival are priced from 3.15 to 13.75 You Take the Elevator to the Fourth Floor. And then, in the Toy Department, the Fun Begins The "Repeater" it our most popular standard last shoe. It derives its name from the fact that many customers regu larly reorder them. Snug-fitting, comfort able, in black and me dium Un calfskin, high and low, it carries the features of a high-grade custom-built shoe at tho attractive price of ;i $12 Other e very-day shoes from t8.$o to Sis Sports shoes in endless var ety. White bucks and pearl horsehide with tan trimmings and fancy wing tips. White canvas with leather or rubber soles. All bearing the individuality of our own specifications, from $7 to $12. BrokawBrothers Broadway at Forty-Second Street DOLPHIN CHARGES REFERREDTQ GOFF Former Justice Will Pass on Allegations Made Against Attorney by Uar Association Papers entitled, "In tho matter of Michael Martin Dolphin, un attor ney," received from Elnar Chryhtle. counsel for tho Orlovanco Commltteo ot the I'ar Association, were refclYct! by the Appellate Division of tho Su premo Court to former Supreme Court Justice John W. Goff to-day as official referee. Mr. Chrystlo would not discuss the cone. Legal ethics protect attorneys fioin publicity with regard to Griev ance Committee proceedings until after matters ut Issuo have been passed upon by a referee, and a de termination as to tho referee's report mado by tho court. Questions ns to whether tho com mittee's action grew out of an arrest alleged to havo been ordered by Dol phin, as Assistant Corporation Coun sel nt a pollco hearing concerning In terference with a "birth control meet ing." were unanswered. END OF BIG LOCKOUT IN ENGLAND IN SIGHT Forty - Seven Engineering Unions Vote to Accept Modified Terms. LONDON, Juno 2 (Associated Press). Korty-sovon unions In tho engineering trado havo decided by a majority of 82,432 to accept the modi fled terms presented by their employ ers to end the lockout In the trade which has been In progress for sov eral weeks. This vote Is expected to have a ma terial effect on the decision of the en gineering delegates who are now in session In York, and an end to tho long drawn out dispute Is considered In night. Tho Holler Makers' Society at tho last minute claimed tho right to re fuse to abldo by the results of the balloting, but It Is believed resump tion of work will bo arranged with out their assent. ACCUSED MERCHANT OF TAKING $1,200 RING Morris A. Forgotson. who described himself as a merchant of No. 603 Fifth Avenue, was arrested to-day, after In dictment yesterday, charged vrtth lar ceny of a 11,200 diamond ring. Ho was arraigned before Judge Nott In General Sessions and gave 12, COO ball for later appearance. Mrs. itamona C. Burgman of No. 393 Van Duren Street, Drooklyn, charged that she gave the ring, a flve-carat dia mond, to Forgotson last August to sell for her. She declared he admitted hav ing sold it on September 9 last, and that he gave her 3150 on account. Since then, she said, she had been unable to collect more money or to obtain posses sion of the ring. FUR STORAGE modeling and Repairing Phone 6900 Fitz Roy franklin Simon & Co. Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets Will Close Out Saturday Women's Skirts of Imported Homespun A LigHt Summer-weight Wool Fabric 6.75 Former Price $15.75 Made in our own Fifth Avenue Studios ""F our own importation of summer-weight wool homespun in white or pastel two tone effects, also stripes or checks. NO EXCHANGES NO CREDITS SKIRT SHOP-Fourth Floor 'BLUE 11IBBON TUBNITURB Sixth Avenue at 4lSt. OPPOSITE BRYANT PARK Summer Furniture Grouped at One Price Dainty Waists Voile, 98c, $1.29, $1.89 Crepe de Chine and Georgette. Sizes to 56 butt. $5-95 to 8-95 Double Extra Size HOSE s T F0 UR PIECE REED SET with48 inch Settee, Dull Mahogany Finish a, -i a i with Blue outline Decoration. Other finishes to your order. Cushions in 4 I Uf I Cretonne of pleasing patterns and bright colorings. Special for this week.: Three Piece Broicn Reed Set with Cretonne Cushions and upholstered backs r r??i a r i ,cj. Drown riDre Arm rvocKers 3u ., with loose Cretonne Cushions in At tractive Colorings. S Dec i a 1 orc'1 a m mock priced " complete with $0050 awning and stand..": Cedar Chests.. $13.75 The aboet Specials at Sixth Atenut Store House Dresses Made the "Lane Bryant way " cut extra full and roomy. Thou sand! of Pretty House Dresses for Garden, Porch, Street or Beach wear. Sizes to 56 bust. Striped Percale 179 Striped Gingham 1.98 Checked Gingham 2.49 Bungalow Aprons 89c $12.75 OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY interesting exhibits of Complete Suites in New Styles of Period and Modern Designs for every room in your home. The Low Prices assure savings on your purchases. Liberal Terms of Payment, if Credit la Desired Hnrlnm Store: Brooklyn Store: 145-147 West 125th St. 1333-39 Broadway iji'jiunl 1 1 1 . H 5435 n i tvi i i I I mJ,A I I SSW w s66 0 eg v n-.::7.':sfc a JHH II vailed $975 UfH V WHA V- His work li THH STOUT WOMEN To-Day and Saturday FINAL CLEAN UP Spring Apparel At 40 to 50 Reductions i I0WER STORE JLl A BARGAIN BASEMENT 21West38th St., Bct.5th&6th Avcs. 26 West 39th St. COATS All the season's light-weight models suitable for utility, sport, travel or dress wear. Stylishly fash ioned of 'Tricotine, Velour, Herringbone, Taffeta, Cheviot and mixtures. All especially becoming to stout women. Sizes to 56 bust. Formerly Priced From $29.50 to $44.50 $lg.95 $22.50 $2i7-75 SUITS Including the remaining Spring stock' of Lane Bryant slenderizing models, designed to fit and be come the stout woman. Smartly developed in Twill Cord, Tricotine, Serge, Homespun, Tweed and Jersey. Sizes to 56 bust. Formerly Priced From $22.50 to $49.50 $14-95 $24-85 $2985 DRESSES Suitable for Street, Afternoon or Dinner wear. All trimmed n the newest effects. Ideal for summer wear. Hundreds of styles to choose from. Canton Crepe, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta, Silk Foulard, Tiicotine, Serge. Sizes to 56 bust. Formerly Priced From $18.95 to $39.50 .95 $11.95 $ 19 .85 -EXTRA SPECIAL- 650 Summer Dresses Many styles tastefully developed in Voile and Gingham. Suitable for Porch and Street wear. $$.95 Formerly to $9.85 Sport Skirts - In Wash Materials Gabardine, Pique, Satin. Ra tine. Sizes to 45 waist. $1 .95 $2-95 to 4,9S Widest hose made Double extra width. Also extra Ion g Cotton, Lisle, Silk 29c, 59c, 79c, .98c Und erwear Cut extra full and extra roomy. Sizes to 56 bust and 70 hip. Corset Covers 49c Bioomcrs 69c Chemise 98c Gowns , 98c Petticoats Striped Gingham , ...89c Chambray 95c Sateen 1.29 Heatherbloom 2.49 Send You Off To Work, SMILE ON YOUR FdCE appears i yVvoRNING & SUNDAY in EDITIOA1S I There's one on your way home FOUNDED il