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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922.
.it it MIDDIES AGAIN GET THEIR DIPLOMAS FROM AROOSEVELT l J! Pour Hundred Graduates Wei- i ii ft been used In th D&tnnd will be used In the future only for the de fense of our rights and for the benefit of humanity. "Navlea and nrmlcn properly em ployed correspond among; the nations to the law-enforcement bodies within the various countries. As civilization Is based upon law and law enforce ment, So civilization Is, dependent upon tne navies and tho armies or he great lllgh-thlnktng countries. Should the great civilized countries abandon their navies disorders would spring1 up tho world over a armed men from the dragon's .teeth." corned Into Navy by Son of Late President. ANNAPOLIS, Juno 2. Members of a Naval Academy graauaimK cuuw again to-day received their diplomas from a Roosevelt To-day It was Theodore Roosevelt, son of the late President, who, as Act ing Secretary of tho Navy due. to the hDsenca of Secretary Dcnby, wel. ( corned mora than 400 Midshipmen of 'si the class of 1922 to places In the por tjPmanent naval establishment of the If United States. He said: ? "We speak of tho men of the navy as being 'In the service.' Those simple 1 1 4 f 1 M Hrnrifci rtnnvMf In thamoalma wnl . 1 a.tl.W ,..ut. WW.. TVf ... l.lLlllkJ.l . V, 1J WW. : j umes. They constltuto a tactic rccog '; nltlon of the fact that our navy men It are public servants. In embracing the b naval profession men dedicate, them. '. . selves to a life, not of gain, but of ser vice. I know of no higher resolution t! than this. "Military and naval forces are of J! great yalue to our country and to the world's civilization when they are de voted to the defense of our rights and "4lr to Justice, among the nations. Our :; country's alms are clean and her ! : Ideals are high. Our giant strength, our arms and our armament have CI ii if 1 is a husband least Wreeabte 9 answer: at breakfast ANY little thing that wives can do to add to the satis factions of break fast is a contribu tion to the cheerful ness of the world. Give your husband a man's sized cup of real man's coffee. Watch him smile and ask for another cup. Start his day right with Premier Coffee fit k2v :kvs ,rr m l I I FRANCIS H. LEGGETT I M OS. COMPANY H 601 West 27th Street H ;l New York, N.Y. IMVH,waJH Aman'scoffeeblended by a great coffee man Coat Collars, Cuffs and Lapels 1 5 To prevent your linen from becom ing soiled , clean the edges of your coat collar, cuffs and lapels with Carbona $Q E Cleaning Fluid. Cannot Bum or Explciie Cleaning Fluid i D B5HVS Grease SpotsV MISS nOODT ENGAGED. The engagement of Miss Virginia Boody, granddaughter of former Mayor David A. Boody of Brooklyn, and Townsend Bcudder 3d, son of former Supreme Court Justice Towniend Scud der, was announced yesterday at a luncheon ctven at the Montauk Club to the graduaUng olasa of Berkeley Imtl tute, of which Miss Boody Is a mem ber. Miss Boody lives with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Boody, at No. 187 Berkeley Place. Her nance is in the class of 1923, Yale. COLLEGES CONTEST TO SEE WHICH HAS OLDEST ALUMNUS Vermont Has One 10!) Years Old and Wesleyan 100. MIDDM3TOVYN. Conn , June 2. A contest among colleges to ascertain which has the oldest Hy ing alumnus appears to have been started by the recent announce ment by Wesleyan University that Cornelius Cole, '47, of Los Angeles, 100 years old, would cross tho conUnent to bo present at Wesleyoh'a ninetieth com mencement. Tho University of Vermont now announces the Rev. Qoorgo G. Rice of the class of 4fi, who will be 103 In September, as thllr oldest living graduate. Brown has an alumnus of the class of '42 who la 100, and Union College 1b reported having an alumnus 102 years old who grad uated In '46. mmmwFr - more i rich, smooth chocolate more snowy, fluffy marshmallow mote enjoy ment for your nickel I AUERBACH Choco late Bars, already famous from Maine to California for size and quality, have been improved both ways we're making them bigger, we're making them better I Really, a dime's worth for a nickeL 'A ma There's Pineapple, too, and Raspberry, Mint, Cocoanut Cream all the big favorites wrapped tight and clean. "Morel" you will exclaim, after each eager bite. Sold everywhere. JUDGE'S LIBELLER WINS SANITY FIGHT llilnnr.l W. CnrlUn, U'lio ,iltr,il .Inrlat. Krrril I'rnni Asylum NHW HAVKN, Conn . Juno 2. Hd- ward V. Curtlss, formcily of Tor rlngton, won his long tight for free dom yesterday when Judgo Manton of the United States Circuit Court of Ap- ncals ordered his release from the Connecticut Hospital for tho InsnneVl at Mlddlctown. After n two-day hear ing, during which Mr. Curtlss, who Is sixty-eight, was under a rapid Are of questioning, tho court held that ho was not Insane. The action was on a writ of habeas corpus. Curtlss was sent to tho hospital In AUERBACH CHOCOLATE BARS D. AUERBACH & SONS ChtcoUt HcaJqumrur, - New York, U.S.AJ ' The Peer of 1 iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Package Chocolates h AUUKHACH "Alter-JUejt" Pounds 67 Halves ( lltimiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMHiiiiiiiMiHiiiiiiiiiii w MR. HETAlLEIt! The followlnr nholrutle distributor tu tapplj yoa with the hirer and better AUERDACII Bar. NEW YORK CITY TOM BELLIOS, 145 Sullir.n St T. K. CHRIST, 21SS Second Are. PETER DOMENICOS, 88 Mum; Si J. GOOD, 300 E. nth St ' S. KATZ, 112 Fonjth Sl KARAGIANNIS & CARABLIANNIS LOMBERG BROS., Cenlril Pk. Wifoiu LOWENTHAL & SCHLOSS. 2616 3rd At. NEW CHAMBERS CONFECTIONERY CO. G. E. O'NEIL, 11 W. 107th. St. TONY PACE, 145 Sulliran St. PAPADAPOULOS & CO., 561 Second At. D. PRODROM1T1ES & CO., 13 Miduon St. REFRESHMENT SALES CO., 35 Riiinrton ROSSNER & KANNER, 2663 3rd Are. SCHARF BROS., 209 Bowerj PHILIP S1LVERSCHEIN, 79 Willet St. SPAR! A WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERY YORKVILLE CAND CORP., 1672 3rd At. BROOKLYN JAFFA & CO., 102 Etlery St M. RIGAS, 24 Smith St. P. SCHLAEFER, 900 Jefftnon Atc. D. SIEGLER, 531 Rockawir At. W ATKINS CANDY CO., 91 Witkiru St M. BOLLET, 220 Lirkin St., ArrertMi, L I. R. B. CANDY CO., Rockiw.y Be.ch, L I. EVAN THOMAS, Whiteitone, L I. (5- Stern Brother WEST 42D 5T. B,un Fifth mi Sixth AMma) WEST 43D ST. Special Values for Saturday: Girls' Graduation Dresses A variety of effective models developed in Geor gette, crepe de Chine, net and voile; dainty ruffles and ribbon trimmed skirts. Sizes 1Q to 14 years- $9.9519.75 Girls' Summer Wash Dresses in beautiful crisrj materials, such as printed voile, tissue gingham and Irish dimity, with large organdie sashes. Some models hand-smocked. Sizes 6 to 14 years. $4.507.50 Girls' Knitted Capes for seashore and general wear, all with large angora col in contrasting colors. Size 8 to 14 years. ars $4.95-5.95 Third Fhor December, 1920. from tho StAto Prison at VVethcrsileld. lie had been found guilty of writing and circulating de famatory articles concerning Judge t.uclcn V. Durpee, then of the Supe rior Court. Curtlss had been brought back from New York on a contempt of court charge, but this was dls missed and ho was rearrested on the criminal Ubol charge. nunsiov ron dominion oh,. In the suit of Welobrod against Do minion Oil Company, a subsidiary of the Middle Stntes Oil Company, the Judg ment rendorcd by default against Do minion for S3, 810,469 has been vacated by Justice Colmlan In the Supreme Court. The decision Is that Dominion Oil was not In default and that no such judgment could be Juatlnod by the complaint. $25 GIFT TO PASTOR " SERVED IN CREAM CONE IllrU Up In iir lit Cnllathrnlca Slmvr liolilrn Appreciation, MI DDL.BTQWN, N. T.. June J. De siring to confer a gift on the Iter, V. W. HUccy. pator of at. Paul Episco pal Church, who has been teaching' young women's class In calisthenics, the member served Ice cream In cone at the clots ot the last meeting (or the season. At the bottom of the cone handed to the pastor was a hard substance which startled lilm as his teeth struck It. In vestigating, he discovered In a little, (box 25 In gold and a note of appreciation. PIG GLY WIGGLY Serves by Self -Service Bird's-eye view of a typical Piggly Wlggly Store It's simple. You help yourself. All goods have price tags In plain sight. You take the groceries you want and your purchases are wrapped and paid for as you leave. Handy baskets are provided for your convenience in carrying your purchases to the checking counter. The Service of Self-Service THE saving in clerk hire plus the saving from twice the tunvover due to double the volume of sales per store permit Piggly Wiggly to place prices for high grade advertised brands surprisingly low. Lower prices are unquestionably fundamental in the remarkable success of the Piggly Wiggly system. But the diitinctivc thing about Piggly W;ggly stores is the Service of Self'Service. You save Time through self-service. As many as 185 purchasers in one hour have passed the checking desk of a Piggly Wiggly store 3 per minute. You avoid the annoyance of waiting in Piggly Wiggly stores. You make your own selections from the shelves and carry the arti' cles in a basket, provided for your convenience, to the checking desk where they are wrapped and paid for. There are several brands of goods from which to select the one you like best. They are all well-known advertised products of high quality. You choose from them in your own time and in your own way. The great success of Piggly Wiggly stores has proven that shoppers like to help themselves. Saving Time and Annoyance are only two of the several items of the Service of Self'Service, for Self'Service is Service. Step into one of the Piggly Wiggly stores now in operation and see hoiv you save TIME and ANNOYANCE as well as money MANHATTAN CORPORATION STORts New York City 714 Ninth Avenue N. E. Corner 49th St. 24 Greenwich Avenue Near Tenth St 2849 Broadway Between 1 10th 6? 1 1 ith Sts. 356 East 149th St. People's Big Market Brooklyn, N. Y 7801 Fifth Avenue. New Rochelle, N. Y. Huguenot Division Sts. Peekskill, N. Y. 27 Division St. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 104 South Fourth Ave. PIGGLY WIGGLY EASTERN STORES Newark, N. J. Lehigh fir1 Bergen Sts. Passaic, N. J. Lexington Ave. 6? Monroe St. Passaic, N. J Main & Van Houten. Passaic, N. J 24 Bloomfield Ave. West Orange, N. J 16 Main St. Maplewood, N. J. Nutley, N. J. Newark, N. J. 1008 South Orange Ave. Watsessing, N. J '19 Moultrje Place NEW OPENINGS ANNOUNCED WEEKLY There are over 750 Piggly Wiggly stores in the South and Middle West, and now Piggly Wiggly has come East, The Manhattan Piggly Wiggly Corporation with its subsidiary companies plans to open 2000 Piggly Wiggly stores in the eastern territory. Nearly 1000 are to be located in the metro politan district Watch this list of stores grow. MANHATTAN PIGGLY WIGGLY CORPORATION Executive Oflictit Knickerbocker Building, Forty-second Street and Broadway, New Yorfc Ciiy 4XiXG 23 Floor I5W34St bclvocen tijth Ate. & BroadiCay. Opposite Waldorj Hotel) In NEWARK: 807-813 Broad St. (Bet. Markot St. & Branferd PI.) Tho Homo of 40 Famous Brands of Men's and Young Clothes mm srM wm Largest 2d TH T WT Floor Shop W W ' i of Itt Kind M H ' worid W ' Open Daily Till 6 P. M. J? Jm Saturdays Till 9 P. M. j "SENIOR" "JUNIOR" Today and Tomorrow We Offer Unmaf chable Values In Suits With 1 & 2 Pairs of Pants For Men and Young Men Made to Retail at $35, $40 and $45 The unusually cold weather during April and May caused a slump in selling among clothing manufac turers, leaving many with a large overplus. Our vast outlet permits us at all times to take advantage of such conditions, enabling us, in this instance, to save you $10 to $20. Sack and Sport Models A-Plenty! Sizes to tit men of all noportiona Regu ara from 33 to 50 Stouts, Short-Stouta and Long-Stouts, 37 to 52. Shorts and Stubs, 33 to 44. Slims, 35 to 46. Students' , First Long Trouser Suits, 30 to 36. ; . vww jMmmi- I :ui. mYt . Mill IIKmCX SX Many of The Suits Have Extra Pair of Pants to Match (Long or Knickers) Worsteds! Cheviots, C a s s i -meres, Serges, T w e eds, F 1 annela, H o m e s p u n s 1 etc. Pen cil Stripes, Chalk Lines, Overplaids. Club Checks, Silk Mixtures, Light and Dark Colors to suit every taste. No charge for alterations. Genuine Palm Beach Suits- $4 4 00 All Shades All Sizes In plain and fancy effects ; regulars, shorts, stouts and longs. Every suit bears the genuine Palm Beach label. 11 15 West 34th St. Entiro Second Floor (Between 8th Are. flc Broadway) Opp. Waldorf HoUl Storei Alio In Newark, PhiUdelphls, and Buffalo