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Jg EVENING WfrftLD, FBI DAY; JUNE 2,-1922. - - 1
k EfSfT' WEEKS SEEKS LAW Cn control naval flyers, but no between the team for the Sllver'Cup. rimmmmmitammmammmmtmmmmimmtmmmmmmmmmmmtmmam MnMaMMMMMMaHMMnn k , lg CONNECTICUT NEWS NUTMEGS. TO GOVERN FLYING 'SftST .wVth.iSS FX 11 F T1 M 1 Hi Sn uT'? I., Connecticut 1 faAKW A 1 n 1 I fl ! HAonr' yBft A Gigantic Sale! r ; SttWIth the repeal of the Volstead Act build a navy to catch Uir violator, to resident Harding calling atten. Uon enacted promptly. HH VMgaiHIV KJCLkXj M T - .,., j-i. tun much The Rhode Inland men fleh all over tlon to tho need of comprehensive lejr- I wfZk . , . . , . ' . ... H ' I ICiLZ mJicin?rii,dm.S tl,e pond- relurnTK t0,the1 r Blate' the centwl 01 " X 1 - W v $250,000 Worth of Diamonds, Watches, Rings, Pins, Lavallieres, H ; discussed Eighteenth Amendment as , Connectcut angler do tho lane, , .v, .lm,mHM1 .H..,. Forty members of the New York Dond -.fY: JKV v ' , . . . S ' I SI I KIrUs objective, the Connecticut Organ- thin exemplified by th e interruption at th. Club. Including IU baseball team, left W&VXJl 2 SBP' FrCttch IvorVj Tdlet Goods, etc.. etc. 1 ' flfuatlon Against Prohibition has been The middle of the pond wh.r. the nc0,n MHrisI dedication ore- ye.trday for Chicago In two chartered BF ' U ISforrnnlated and Judeln from advance big fish are la tho raecca of both nionles Tuesdaywhen a civilian pilot cars on the Pennsylvania Limited. V T I - gU ( 4 f 1 1 I 'lH" .7"?V They will be the guests of the Chicago I ( vL hrr Unl- rnmmencen Tw I If 1 n V I t' jBjrcporta, 'he outfit Is scheduled to return to shoro, which they e6 Under existing law. the army. an Bond Club at luncheoh. and this afte" ( WfW M bale Commences D I J fAmA FnfIV 1 i . KSbrltle with activity. Abo S. Cedul- as the law dlrecU. 'control military aviators and tho navy noon a baseball gam will be played )nrY V 9 A. M. VU1UC JUal 1 J gR I t " r nr'd"0Prt hM bcen namFd ' ' r l V. I I , DOWN I I n ISiPresldcnt of the organization, SUto j. h I H n i e u a n It ; Pjheadquartcrs have ton cBtahiuhed f. W I 4 J J Balance in Small Monthly Payments 3 II ' !nnt Ko 139 Orange Street, New Haven, . p- II ' .' t XSv Oil f I trut plans are In the process of prep- II N . I I I rJ, - IS J tjaratlon whereby offices are to be lo- I ' a I 3 1 f' 'lOTJ.. ' noautlful hand-engraved Here we can show, you but a very 7-Dlanwnd BoiitTtro K 1 ; ;B - f citi" of n r" L 7Z N I Sage Tea Turns yax. assssg .rji number 0t .ude. m thl8 Siga . rf Atdfs 1 : fcrroltlon , strictly a State I ll J , - lfS J fi ffall! New Yorlf f ver tt : I ftrlr at tho picsent time, although " j?T " jdkg. nad ur stocks are enormous we .k" M ' Itf'ttmllTwinhP FOURTEENTH STREET FoUnfe, WEST OP FIFTH AVE. I ALMOST every one knows SkM are letting out $250,000 worth of Jew- W i'fcitS th v,imSni AntrPrnhob t on 1 A that Sage Tea and Sul- VpS! elry at almost less than half its regular 1 tf . Iwlth tno National Antl-Frononmon I f I 111 T,r nrnnrrlv rnmnmimled Ul BglL MiUsy rf - Flnlay Snxagement Wmr. .Tl 1' E - jMSoclety. Five thousand six hundred T A Trl ir A. T fi fc K ,S "cofor fl .7"; Prl. Be sure and get YOUR share f ?t with a Jertey cu t : iKraftJW: LAST DAY l3fe5KSS EWbH r faiuplccs of the organlratltm at the w-w- - lfi sko the only way to get tWs M H carat as, J'0" But one point we must empha- iffSTs I Men's Shop Anniversary Week ZTm ;rryrrrl:t UmM.. Manufacturer's Close-out fegcHg I I (BpeCM .o Th. En.ns World., ffiroUW Men's Solid Cold Tooth L 'Ma H ' iJen's Balbriggan Union Suits jf I, I fopened her a little over two weeks - 1 1 1(1 ,. , . . ... BffiisMJMy " ViV.8 f"V " 'B ' , ;Uo. the crime wave In the towns 0 , NcfSn.' eSpSSif tTfl'tha! K' BH L$JW I Along the Stale line hns disappeared. ' 1 1 Ijjl you darkened your hair, as it nl CjSv aiipHHV. 'JjSwm XmTujK 11 ' Rum running from Massachusetts Ul does it so naturally and Ul Jg Tgg ltS5jSiaEg'B' 5BS ftt fljnd Rhode Island towns across the fL M f 1 In evenly. You dampen a sponge 01 p,i.pm,. ninr JtagF Handsome, reliable EN K ' .gne Into Connecticut 1ms Hopped. v7,Z tl K or soft brush with it and draw U f'wlth I T?f"tV cut a, a special offering during this great sal. we are plaetag o&n" dSt"-oSi 1 ; fHen thloves, bandits and hold-up men 81116 $1.49 1 1 lyl this through your hair, taking I1JI blue-white Diamond. 168 Watches on salo at almost one-half their real value. modl- ll jIm mnS Jhnve iilso rin n least thev nre not fi one small strand at a t me; by nl Bale Price. M They are furnished in JS-year guaranteed Vhlte Ooldniled ment. In wld-fllled R .t worn and. further than this rail- Union guit8 frQm Qm Qf the be8t UlUlS that the 111611 i nrningegray hair disapV- tttfV&sSSx. IT inroad trespassers are keeping oft tho ... , , . , , , . U pears, and after another ap- HI Sffi?& In any other Jewelry store for Jess than $22 will refund teed I free lm rnai - farallroad tracks. Will 06 ItlOre til OH fflad tO get Clt 8UC1 a lOW hriCe. i plication or two your hair be- (i yo" w U!' Our sale Price, $12.M f" on. vesi Torghly (Til frariff UncertdnTy Bother, the White orecru in atliletic style or with short sleeves, HIS mjggiL 111 SOLITAIRES FROM $25 TO $1,000 I 1 f ' If Cotton Mills. knee length.' Not all sizes. 1 1 - wall6 a ormqntSufy d Luxe cauiog Freo wwiu'hfnd i-S? is I f (Bridal to The Evening World.) w ' -m blue-whlto Olamond. Gt ,your copy to-day. 8plendld BMortm.nt of watchei and posit at once. i PLAINFIELD. Conn., June 2. June Men's Athletic Underwear Sleeveless Alpaca Offico Coats grey or black well I Sate price. $25 ..iry of .very description. ..writ, to Depr. w-eoo. Sale Price, $13.98 Tflnda qvary mill In the state whoro shirts and knee length drawers full cut made durable sizes 84 to 50 O rvJT 1 I .if CI C I I TsB n ffl I tootton textiles aro made started up pin check weave well-known Krt regulars and stouts O.uO VJII VlDEsf Lrf' I O r Evenings Until 9 o'clock I ! jgam, but many of them nre on short maker all sizes were .08 iu Men's Fine Pajamas entire stock of better IT I MM W& M J?1k MB 1650-1660 BROADWAY I Ttlme. All acknowledge that nothing Men's Straw Hats nil the newest models nt grade pajamas fine mercerized pongee, KOYTLir,nC ' I -K.m aLMm. Ji .MM n.w ei . , e , f I Stands betweon tho mills and prosper- prices to PlCae vou. striped and plain genuine soisette all I IKl 1 E' Hr I 411 Wm Wr BPt" WW Between Slat and 52d Sts. 3- Ity but uncertainty, Washington and '' ' . . Innn trimmorl cnli) nnlnra nnlv lkJ B RsMBW mmmllJtJSlWMlJrfKmnWmKKBr Mr, trrnir ,v ilLSi 1.85-2.75-3.50-4.50 and 6.00 .08 dwayatst wwwm 1 , newyork k I of the mills into bankruptcy, nnd all Sweet-Orr Work Shirts blub or grey Men's All-Wool Trousers wide range- faflfiPHrMWaAt I - - f ii i Sv w I chnmbrny or blue polka dot two detach- well made-trousers in desirable pattern- leWSfl J3Kll I 1 snnrrwiMMMT iiiitiiiw ifiiMii iiwiimiiiii mu I ! S&IX anlm" able collars coat style sizes 14 k for matching or independent wear-stripes. VjlS IV J I K to 18 were $2.25 Lull checks herringbone or plain colors-r-sizes BP ' WM I 1LH II Iff' 'toeed a Navy to Stop Poaching Automobile Dusters-tan or grey-closely Zlo i" 3 71 WmWm 1 Yk It i K 1 Fishermen. . woven-light weight-all sizes- 0 nA "c 4.95 O.t O V J ' JB I I 1 I I - PiiTNFr crrZe' , ! 2.00 wcrc$5.95 475 .m mMm I a'nrfi. T h li'i ; I'ren thousand trout fry and nngerilngs Men's Shlrts-fjnc silk striped madras-un- - 7K hASS,"iSS MT 0LKM4$ZZ- WJ 1 ' I ' 'Jare beinfr distributed in near-by usual assortment all new patterns and were $0. 05 O. i t) across the bail of the foot eamw cwswsn essa" P I Jbrooks. nnd baas fry are being re- colors from one of the best mak- - QQ n r? A DrSchoH's AnteriorMe- i A leused In the Qulnenaug. Pachaug, ers all sizes were $2.50 l.OO were $7.05 V. f D tatarsal Arch Supports ffP tecufy See Pages 16 and 36 .for Other Hearn Advertising MoreComfoH v Today's Most Popular Hits jfl 9 alert in all directions and hardly a ' 11 For YOUr'Feet I 1 i fl 1 Make up your mind now to wRf C. ui , 111 ilT1 ' avail yourself of the Foot U J g stumbling 'bx Trof J I II I Comfwt Service as rendered TGtS Ray Miller and His Orchestra . , ffl l I II in this store. Come and iS5 A-3611 If 4 Ii ii - - . r I I learn how thousands of peo- 0fek Who Tied the Can on the ' 75- u I Store f I J DCI KDafYTLI COC frothed Staff TJSffl - ' Old Dc. TaU? P'ox Tlror r 11 Hour- Ji 1 1V1 DLL DKHjlrlLK Gimbe,New8 &wffibS3 it3s JwL I IS - I the use of Dr. Seholl'a fooi KSlSS atfea j J I 9-00to5-30 1 32ND STREET BROADWAY 33RD STREET NEW YORK CITY See Page 18 II SL. Apvlianctt and imW Some Sunny Day Fox-Trot f J I l ' II 1 Visit Our yJJm Ray Mm" 611(1 HU 0rchestra A-3603 ! I IH ijnj o H 11 (f - IfV Tll 1f HI II Foot Comfort ( i v "' S Georgia Fox-Tror 7Sc 1 Come to Gimbels for .KEDS mJk .T- f CS " w u uuu w w u w p- w h e sv a II demonstrate the merits of 79Rfl Do It Again from Tho FrenahDoU ! 1 H II these remarkable Foot Com- tsVlBiBinVfl Pbx 7Vo I ' 1 and have a Summefr-full of Shoe-comfort !$iiSSrlSi&l JHi . R-xMmerandHuorcnestra A.3595 I 'I in the Summer's Best All-Summer SHOE ki -I-Sl " I Every Keds Style; Every Keds Sjj 1 "hu B1S8e9Hi s"2 I The Flapper Sandal in whits White Canvas Be.ent Snorts HSlW A (Ml l Ask an Columbia dssler to 1 canvas; black leather trim- Oxford with bll iffir I 10NSi(iittW ?af A'J V 7 if ply these records for yoth 1 1 med; rubber heel. Sirw 2 ilstls" llefMTf (7 W'K ' V g"1""- I 1 l31 a n'" jS-hSKk Net Keds Unless D " ''rfo 5SSS j . 1 M Ae Name Keds Is W ( I kH B Aamc Kecs a fOR 1 1 T "Food Drink" for All Ages. ipjmii - 1 1 j 5ampc on the Shoe ifXil "'P on th. Shoe )jtk 11 1 "I II I 1 Men'. Comet Baseball shoo; Glmbela - Women'' and Children Keds on b! SlnS:. WV-aJL JLJLMM MJCMm y ; 1 iaikvs; the A,s,c of Kcd81 8econd Floor; Men'8 Boys' jas Jk. '4 f J Bl"80toU V-50 Keds In the Men'a ShW Bhop, Fourth Floor. in Boy. Si.?' f'LSVo'a IJ sTM i I M rM'btt IVvvll JLl9 I I fc, Sv ferwj i$&0& CL. II Mide t Reisoasble Prices. HljjaiBUPW 1 j j H j Jj 1 j I "R0"",rL""''RBD GolHmbU Graphonhone Company, Nerrr Yrk i ! WWa.! - ,,, o4i ha. 111;. REAL ESTATE ADS. FOR J J j $1.25 51.75 ttisffir&oo.. 52.5o $i.85 ilS-' prSSSSfen The Sunday World Real Estate Section o 1 IfKi ,' bih.3, m (J xo a, Otilu III diys until 1 P. M. and on Tueadari i " , tr t ii, ' II "T.,Mia-ai,r.u. MUST BE ,N THE WORLD OFFICE BEFORE FRIDAY. , '