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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922."
9 aaaaaU WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF BANKERS ADJOURN DIAZ ANNOUNCES PLAN 'Realize Your Expectations at Either of Our Three Locations"-. OVER FOR A WEEK if)1 1 LOCAL' I Thi Socloty of American Maslolsjil Mil hold tU anuual dinner to-nlfM ftt I ha MoAlpln. ' Mora than 1(00 wn re&llrtd from the (Tar Day pt the New York Women'! eacue for Antmala yesterday tn Fifth Kvenue In front ot the Publlo Library. I Dr. and Mr. J. B. Ferdinand ot this city celebrated, their folden wedding reiterdar at the hone ot their grand IMushtar and her husband, Mr. and Mri. I p. Kraft, at Lynbrook. L. I, , Four thousand Nwrxoes will march to morrow afternoon la support of the Dyer IKntl-lomchJns WH. I Mrs. Uarr Samuel, forty-two, ot No. 41 East 18th Street, was taken to Belie j tie laat night after eber had awallowed arhollo a old and stashed her wrists t rlth a razor. William Kroll of JJo. S10 West 176th I itreet has won the .Maurice Loeb prlte t 11,000 gtren eaoh year to the studeat oln the best work tn every course at fbe Instituted Musical Art. f Mrs. Anna May. Wo, 1011 Tlnton Atb 1 ue. Bronx, widow of Patrolman Dour I m W. Hay, hot and, killed on May It, jwho was operated an for appendicitis yesterday at Lincoln Iloapltal, was said to-day to be Improving;, it Clinton O. Mayer Jr. has purchased Sis New Toric Stock Exchange mem bership of Le Crand L. Benedict Jr. tor .ooo. j) District Attorney Barton eaves to day for a week's visit to Transylvania College at Laxlngton. Ky., from which Wa was graduated in 1890. 'If Harry Q. Uaman, No. 200 West 110th Street, International walker, expects to Mart a UQ-lay hike soon over ths Lin jdoln Hlehwsy. IfTwo hundJted and tforty-elcht mr Ytage licenses were issued yesterday In Manhattan. Figures for June 1, 1J19, :fere Jttf 1920. 273., and 1SJ1, 20. tilMore than a hundred residents of dreenwlch. Conn- meeting In the Town 11. arranged no establish u com nlty und'to handle the town's char work., resolution opposing any plan to tHinsfoTm Westchester County into a cy wll- bo presented to the next meet Ihg of tl.W Woatcheeter County Oovern nhent Commission by the Manor. Club of Pelham MaVor- llsji eighth toot sturgeon, weighing 235 rjiunds, was 1 caught by Jlarry Bkeggs, afaad flsliermn, in the Connecticut iQyer of'HaimWg. IA memorial nVetlng In honor of Mrs. jihn X. Northrop lias been arranged by tifa School Natur.l League and the As sHclate Alumnae, o Hunter College, for nWlay . evening At the Museum of Natural History. lOmcers of the Regular Army. Nation al Guard and Oflrcers'i Jleserve Corps of tlS6 2d Army Corps area, have organ iffcd a local branch of the Association PC the Army of the Unlbed States. (Ia Jury in Supreme Court has awarded WL00 to Henry Kassel.taum, a team stir of No. 333 East 165th" Street, In his jtfnt suit for $50,000 for personal In juries against Bruckner Brothers, soda tr manufacturers, and the Inter jgh Itapld Transit Company, omotton of these police juirgeantn. to rank ot lieutenant is announced: nas P. McNamara, wVst l&2d f&reet station: Jarne C. White, Qlen dale, cjocens; Charles L. Neldlg, (Bedford Avenue'Brooklyn: , Charles V Coghlan, West 100th Street: Jacob Dlllemuth, Old Slip; Matthew F. Davcy, Lawrence Avenue, Brooklyn; John A. Lyons, De tective Division, and Martin Sheeny, Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn. On the ground of newly discovered evidence, Benjamin Haas, counsel for Albert Llbero, doomed to die In Slog Ring next Thursday, will ask Justice Tompkins of Supreme Court to grant an order to show cause why a new trial should not be granted. Justice Cohalan In Supreme Court, Bronx, has refused to set aside a ver dict for $33,00 In favor of Mrs. Alice Cavanaugh, widow of Walter A. Cav anaugh, against Daniel A. Reltman, electrical contractor. The Central Union Trust Company, as trustee under an -agreement with the late Mrs. William C. Whitney, filed , an application yesterday In Supreme Court for an accounting of Its services in con nection with administering a fund of $120,000. The Hudson Valley Federated Cham ber of Comerca has opened a drive for 1,000 new members and will seek to have the river deepened to 27 feet as far as Troy, DOMESTIC George Topham, a retired manufac turer, has been chosen foreman of the Grand Jury In Washington that will In vestlgate the War Department fraud cases. Hearing ot the case of Benjamin W. Morse, son of Charles W. Morse, under indictment In New York on charges of using the malls to defraud, was post poned In Boston until June II, One person is known to be dead and scores are homeless In Western Wash ington and Oregon because of fires. Damage In Washington was estimated at from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000. Samuel Carr, banker, musician and a director In corporations In many parts of the country, who died Monday, was burled from tho Old South Church In ."Boston. Chief Justice Taft of the United States Buprome Court hcadpd the honorary pallbearers. Trapped In tho hills seven miles -northeast ot Muldrow, Okla., two men were captured by a sheriff's posse end brought to Salllsaw In conneotlon with the robbery to-day of the First National Jlank ot Muldrow. The men gavo their names as Reece Frlce and Monroo Cook. Whether furthor steps will be taken to negotiate with Canada regarding tho Great Lak-gt, Lawrence waterway project has 'not yot been determined by the Washington Government. FOREIGN The Swiss budget will face an annual deficit of 100.000.000 francs for the next three years, according to estimates sub mitted by the Minister of Finance. A group of Japanese capitalists from Los .Angeles, headed by M. Osaka, have arrived In Mexico City. A Japanese company plans a large. Immigration of Japanese now farming In California Into Mexico. ir Annum (J biiiiuuno giibatkii THAX IIUFOItE THIS AVAIL BERLIN. June 2 Tonrfnco of ship ping entering and leaving Hamburg last month exceeded that of May, 1913, the year before tho war. Last month 1,143 vessels of 243,815,000 net tons arrived, compared with 1,22 vessels of 193.D26, 000 tons In May, 1013. Sailings totatled 1,160, of 375,714,000 tons, compared with 1.362 vessels of 253,587,000 tons. J. P. Morgan on Sub-Com mittee to Draft Pitta for Presentation Later. PA1UB, Juns 2 (Associated Press). The Bankers' Comralttco which Is considering tho project of & Gor man international loan, after tak ing official cognizance of the ap proval Vlven by tho Reparation Commission to the German reply to the commission's ultimatum, ad journed until Wednesday, June 7, for tho Whitsuntide holidays. No communique waa Issued and their deliberations continue to be sur rounded by socrecy, but It li under Stood they consider the situation favorable. They have appointed a sub-committee of three, one of the members of which Is reported to b J. P, Morgan, to draw up a plan for a loan for- presentation to the full committee when It reconvenes. PICKPOCKET HELD FOR THEATRE THEFT llr.asmere, an Old Offender, Court is Told. William If. Sldway, a lumber dealer. of No .68 West End Avenue, waa tho complainant to-day In West Side Court against Harry Bessmora charged with grand larceny, Mr. Sldway waa leaving the Vanderbllt Theatre last night when he discovered his pocket had been picked and 124 stolen. He caught Bess more, who appeared Intent upon getting through tho crowd. Beasmore pasaed over $18, saying. "Did you lose htis? I found It." Mr. Sldway held him for the police. Five dollars was found In an umbrella Beasmore carried. This morning I3cs more was held without ball for ex amination on Juno 6, when Assistant District Attorney Goodman showed ho had been convicted of picking pockets or attempting to do so eleven times In the last eleven years. NEW HAVEN ROAD FINED IN OVER WORKING CASE Conrt Itnlra Line Violated Law Fixing; Train Crew Hours, NEW HAVEN, Conn. .June 2. The New York, Now Haven and Hartford Railroad was found guilty In five counts of having violated the law regarding the number of working hours of train employees, in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday. The road was fined $100 and costs on each count, by Judge Manton. The suit, brought by the United States, originally set forth twelve counts, the remaining seven being rolled. nnnmcic seriously iNJtnng TWO OX SHIP. A derrlMr iintnnritnc- rt, itnam.n Atlantic Marv at a nUr nr th tnnt of Tork Street, Jersey City, early to- uuy unocuca two men into Uio hold, about forty feet below. They are Mlt sujrt MaLseenlar. twontv.nna ujw skull was fractured, and Selsuko Soma- gimo, iniriy-iwo, wno received Internal lniurles. Roth w.r. f.lnn I .-. rl.. iiospuai. ' 1 if ' " MLE AT THREE BROOKLYN STORES- 1329-1331 t BROADWAY Near Gated Avenue BROOKLYN 4810-4812 FIFTH AVE. Bet. 48th 4b 49th Sts. BROOKLYN i' 1, FULTON STREET ABRIDGE STREET jmm .aaa . SALE SATURDAY Boys' Blue Serge Suits Two Pairs of .Pants Timely Offering of Special Values for Confirmation and Graduation Dress up suits of Navy Blue Serge in the Norfolk or plain model with inverted pleat All Wool 10 .75. Sizes 7-18 "EXTRA-GOOD" VALUE IN THIS LOT OF 250 CAREFULLY SELECTED .SUITS FOR FINAL CLEARANCE. LET'EM RUN AND JUMP AND PLAY. THESE SUITS WILL STAND IT. Two Pants Suits AllvyoolTweed,Ca8simeresandHcrringbone in a clever assortment of styles and colors. All Wool Q.75 Sizes 9-18 II IL Linen Crash Suits In anticipation of your boy's Summer needs this is indeed a timely offering. Pure Linen Sizes 6-17 -SALE AT THREE BROOKLYN STORES TO RETURN TO MEXICO rcretnrr Snye Oeneral Will I)e Declare-, Himself President. NEW ORLEANS. June 2 (Jen, Felix Dlar, nehpew of Porflro Dlaz former President pf Mexico, will. return to Mex ico "to assume personal leadership of a revolution," according to a statement which an article appearing In the T I m . P ! r ,1 V 1 1 n p nf (n.r1aw n ... written to that newspaper last night by uuinermo hobos, conuaenual secretary : uen. uiai. Tho n.uinnn,. nnt nr. Tin... netting forth tho objective of tho pre Jectcd revolution to be the overthrow of tho Obregon Government, the re-estab- tho seating of Gen. Diss as Provisional rresiaenu Sirs. Southard Berrlnr Time, Set tles With Company far f3,0OO. TWIN FALLS, Idaho, Juns 2 Mrs, Llda M. Southard will receive from a life insurance company $3,000 In settle ment of her claims based on a $10,000 Insurance policy covering the life of Edward F. Meyer, her fourth husband, for whose murder she Is .serving a term In the State Penitentiary. It became known to-day. Mrs. Southard, soon after her arrival here In custody from Honolulu to stand trial on the charge of murder of Meyer, Instituted suit against ths Insurance company. This action will be dismissed a result of the settlement reached. COLLECTS INSURANCE ON MAN SHE KILLED Fish Broiled or Fried is never dry or taste less if "Eddys" Sauce is sprinkled lightly over it while it is still hot. "Eddys OLD ENGLISH ' Sauce MADE IN U. S. A. At Grocers and Delicatessen Stores. E. Pllthud, 327 Sprint St, N. Y Saturday Safe! ' I Latest Models High Grade MEN'S $7 to $8 Values Meades Brooklyn's Best Known Xhoc House 102-104 Mjrrtla Art, Cor. Bridge St, BROOKLyN Fine Furniture ai Cash Prices onEdsyTeimr bTECIAI. THIS WISEK ONLY. Coueh Hammock for the KQ.98 Torch t (Stand tt.81 Kitral nave & Real Home- I Pau as You Can CREDIT TERMS furrhau , (lee tJOO $3t fMS wrtaiy 91 ti 5"Avenuc Smiths State Sts Notice to Advertisers nlfpllff idttttlllnf tTt ran mil 1fta Ordtlt for rltktr .tb ! dn Moralni World or TUt frrcedlog publktUon rta b Intertcd oolf at pan ailr pcrnll anil to oidr of rotwlpt at l"a World Office. Corr lonnlnlni tnirtrliiK to M aula bj m World buh tx reotlitd 6; 1 T. H Chplar idrirtlrlni Up ro;j for tba Surflfr" seat Srtlei af Tta Hundtr World mun b rtoeltM bv 1 P. f lluriil.. muuMii. nubllrl Uon acd ! mutt ba t.rrlinl li I r, U. Trldir. Copy contilnlar cngriflnai la bi mads B7 v toiia nuu oo reocitca ejr Tuiuiaaj doud SOTSll IT lftln K mn mm nhtrjl t not beta rrorlrtd b 4 p tl Friday, and to srartat pj blrh bat not bwn rWl ' publlritlon orflco by 1 p Jl. j-tiilir. and ooilllrs lninion ordtrt not rutlrtil bj J p. l. Friday, will tx omhted rcndliloni rfqulr. rlltdly Is Uit erdir of latest rewlpi u,i poMU leltua order. Dliolir fopy r ordm nUv.ti mer than at rroildrd abm. hni mnlHM -111 not una ta rirn C1koui.ii of n,j cliararter, conlricl cr olbtn nlia. nut WGI&LX 1329-1331 BROADWAY Near Gates Avenue, ' BROOKLYN V. a 4810-1812 FIFTH AVE. Bet. 48th & 49th St.. BROOKLYN. :; , FUtTON STREETW BW WE STREET ' Tomorrow Saturday 4 Great June Reductions Twelve Extraordinary Special Items Offering by Far the Most Re markable Saving Opportunities Most of Them Are Below Cost Guaranteed Silk Hosiery Regular 2.25 OUR REGULAR 3100 GUARANTEED FULL FASHIONED SILK HOSE WHICH WE ARE SELLING TOMORROW AT THIS SPECIAL PRICE. BLACK, WHITE AND COLORS. 1 .85 Batiste Night-Gowns Values to 3.25 DIMITY, BATISTE, CROSS BARS, VOILE AND PIQUE. NOVELTY PIPING AND STITCHING, FRENCH APPLIQUE AND" HAND DRAWN WORK. KIMONO AND SLEEVELESS EFFECTS. 1 00 ' Beautiful New Silk and Cotton Frocks for Women and Misses HIGH CLASS MODELS FASHIONED OF ROSHANARA, GEORGETTE, CANTON CREPE, CREPE RpMAINE, ETC. AMONG WHICH ARE A WIDE SELECTION OF COTTON FROCKS IN FIFTY (50) DIFFERENT NOVELTY AND SPORT -COMBINATIONS. 15 110 "High Grade" Silk Gowns Formerly to 59.50, Reduced to TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK, A MOST EXCLUSIVE SELECTION OF HIGH COST, AT-.. TRACTIVELY BEADED CANTONS, CREPE ROMAINES, GEORGETTES, LACE AND CANTON COMBINATIONS. INCLUDED ARE SEVERAL SPORT MODELS. 27 50 Women's and Misses' Silk Capes and Coats, Unusual Values. SMART STYLED CAPES AND COATS MADE OF THE FINEST QUALITY CANTON CREPE, CREPE SILK LINED AND INTERLINED, FINISHED WITH KNOTTED SILK FRINGE, AND FUR COLLARS. EXCELLENTLY TAILORED IN SEVERAL DIFFERENT MODELS. 27 .50 Silk Skirts N Values to 6.00 BARONETTES, AND FAILLE SILKS IN PLAIN AND FANCY WEAVES. NEATLY TAILORED, BELTED AND PEARL BUTTON TRIMMED. I 3 Silk Skirts Values to W.Q0 COUNTRY CLUB SATIN, NOVELTY SILKS AND CREPES IN FAS CINATING STRIPED AND PLAID DESIGNS. PLEATED OR PLAIN MODELS THAT ARE IDEAL FOR THE SPORT OR DRESSY COSTUME. 6 50 Exceptional Purchase of 250 Smart , Silk Capes, Remarkable Values CAPES OF CANTON CREPE WITH FUR COLLARS, OR COLLAR AND BORDER OF CARA CUL CLOTH. LARGE VARIETY OF MODELS. SIZES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES. 15 Cotton Blouses x Values to 2.95 VOILE. FILET AND VAL LACE TRIMMED. FRILL AND TUXEDO. EFFECT. 1 .79 i Fiber Silk Sweaters Values to 6.95 T-IUXEDO EFFECT, PAVCH POCKETS OK X WEAVE IN ALL THE WANTED HIGH SUMMER 6HADES. Girls' Wash Dresses Sizes 6 to 14 ORGANDY AND VOILE. RUFFLED TRIMMED. HAND EMBROIDERED IN CONTRASTING COLORS LARGE WIDE SASHES. 1 .79 Girls' Wash Dresses Sizes 8 to 14 RAJAH AND POPLIN. HAND EM BROIDERED WITH CONTRAST ING SILKS, OTHERS WITH RIB. BON TRIMMING. 1