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Saturday, 'April 18, 1908.
THE ' TIMES. V rWy 0ES THE TEA COPSMK h SPLENDID METING. ! Th Womin'i Foreign Missionary bo- flety of the First Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. P. Ames in Webb street. It i -was the regular monthly meeting of I the society so that a good attendance -cf members was present. The study for the afternoon was the condition of (Africa and the following program was vglven: Devotional Mrs. Edith Griffln I Religious Conditions in Africo Mrs. Snook IPogress in Africa. .. ... .Mrs. M. Hower piano Solo Miss Marguerite Minard Heading Mrs. W. A. Stout Vocal Solo '. .Miss Alice Miller Reports from Delegates. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Methodist church will give a Chicken Pie Super at the church on Thursday evening. April 23 from 5 to 8 o'clock. .' The following menu has been planned: Chicken pie, mashed potatoes, cab bage salad, sweet pickets, bread and 'butter, coffee and apple pie. Ice cream and cake will be served for an addi tional ten cents. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER. The Martha society of the First Christian church is giving a Chicken Pie Supper tonight in the K. of P. hall, beginning at 5 o'clock for the benefit of the church. An apron and home made candy sale will be held following the supper. The public is invited to at tend. PLEASURE CLUB MEETS. Miss . Edith LaKue is entertaining the members of the Pleasure club very pleasantly this afternoon at her home in Truman avenue. Games and music are the features of the entertainment, after which the hostess will serve dainty refreshments. ALUMNI MEETING. All members of the Hammond Alumni association are rquested to be present at the meeting Monday evening in the Central school kindergarten room. The annual election of officers will take place and other business of importance be transacted. GUILD SALE. The Ladies' Guild of St. Paul's Epis copal church are holding a home-made cake sale this afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock in the guild room of the church. The proceeds will go toward the Easter Offering. ENGLISH CANTATA. The choir of the German Methodist Episcopal church will give the English cantata, "Jerusalem" at the evening service tomorrow. The choir has been under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Mettler. GUESTS FROM THE EAST. Miss Hemminger is entertaining Miss Echumacher of Pennsylvania for a few days. The young ladies are spending today in Chicago. Briefs. Mrs. E. R. DIsbrow of Woodlawn, Spent yesterday with Mrs. T. E. Bell 'rat her home in Carroll street. A. F. Knotts was in East Chicago to riflay on business. Mrs. Mary Hansen will spend Sunday ;"with her daughter, Miss Marie Hansen, 'of Crown Point. Miss Beatrice Hansen went to La ! porate to remain over Sunday, the i guest of Miss Marie Colsser. Mrs. George Drackert and daughter, raxiss Beulah will be the guests of thier relatives in Crown Point over Sunday Miss Veda Hemstock will be the teruest of her mother. Mrs. Mary Hem- fBtock of Valparaiso over Sunday. Miss Bertha Hansen will be the guest of Mrs. John C. Pepperdine of Wood lawn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suess and son, ! Clayton of Milwaukee, Wis., are the guests of Mrs. Suess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pv. Sheffield of May street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison of Englewood will spend Sunday with Mr and Mrs. A. Robinson of State street. Miss Estelle Wedell will be the guest of her cousins, the Misses Hazard at their home in Englewood over Sunday Arthur S. Miller of Chicago, will visit Miss Errna Schultz tomorrow at her home in Webb street. Frank Johnson of Chicago, will visit Miss Dorathy Eschenbach tomorrow at her home in West State street. Sheriff F. S. Carter of Crown Point was in Hammond today on business. Frank Behn of Clark Station, trans acted business in Hammond today. A. Weatherwax was in Chicago yes terday on business. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Harding and little daughter wil be the guests of rela- k' tives and friends In Chicago tomorrow, Mrs. Bertha Brown of Clark Station Epent the day visiting friends in Ham xnond. Arnold Kunert is spending the day "With relatives in Toleston. Mrs. Doege of Toleston was a visito In Hammond yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L-utner v. artena o Toleston will be the guest cf relative In Hammond tomorow. Mrs. E. F. Johnson is visiting in Chi tago this afternoon. Miss Seipp of Lansing, 111., was in Hammond yesterday shopping. Miss Carrie Gruszka will spend Sun day in Chicago the guest of friends. THE TIMES PLUM PUDDING SAUCE. Cook together a cupful of sugar and a quart of water until the syrup spina a thread. Beat the yolks of three eggs until lemon col ored and thick and pour the hot soup over them, beating all the time. Add a cupful of cream, one teaspoonful of Jemon juice and two table- spoonful of brandy. Strain and B' aure to cut out thU recipe and , lor dally use. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mentz of Windsor Park will be the guest of Mrs. Mentz' mother, Mrs. Clara Conroy of Sibley street, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Conway of Edge water will spend Sunday at the home of Mrs. Conway's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klein of State street. Miss Linnie Crowell of Zion City, Ill is expected today to- be the guest of her father, A. E. Crowell and family of Ann street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher of Logan street went to Chicago today to remain over Easter with Mrs. Fisher's parents ! on the Xorth Side. j Miss Helen Harris of East Chicago visited friends In Hammond yesterday afternoon. Miss Agatha Shaw and Sadie O'Toole went to Huntington, Ind., today where they will remain a few days the guests of Miss Shaw's "parents. Miss Florence Loverldge is spending the afternoon with friends In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seidler and hildren of Dyer, will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas North of Mich- j igan avenue, Sunday. Miss Marie Green and A. Caurd will isit friends in Chicago tomorrow. Prof. G. A. Bohlinger and Miss HI1- brich will attend the Easter services in a Chicago church tomorrow. Mrs. J. Macbeth Smith and two chil dren went to Fort Wayne to remain a few days with relatives and friends. Miss Kate Teal will go to Chicago this evening to remain over Sunday with friends and will attend Ring ling Bros circus at the Coliseum to night. Mrs. Luther Wartena has returned to her home in Toleston after a day's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kunert of Russell street. Mrs. C. R. Sherrard went to Lowell this morning to remain over Sunday with her parents. Mrs. Harworth has returned to her home in Toleston after a few days visit with friends in Hammocd. Mrs. Mason of Chicago is spending the day with her sister, Mrs. John Cameron of South Hohman street. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cameron and daughter, Ava, will be the guests of relatives In Chicago tomorrow. Hoyt Ogram of Whiting will spend Sunday with friends in Hammond. Miss Augusta Kopelke and the Hon. Johannes Kopelke of Crown Point will attend services at St. Poul's Episcopal church tomorrow. Mrs. A. F. Rohier and daughter, are spending the day visiting in Chicago. Mrs. I. E. Dickenson and Mrs. James F. Whithey are visitors in Chicago to day. Miss Janet Blackburn went to Kan kakee, 111., last evening to remain over Sunday, the gueit of frlend Miss Marie Closser is spendirg tht week end with her carents. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Closuer of LaPorte. Miss Amy McGregor is the guest o friends in Chicago today. Misses Sarah Starr and Alta Adklns are visiung inenas in vmc-ago muay. Miss Muriel Wilcox, who is attend ing the Northwestern University at Evanston, 111., is home to remain over Easter with her paients, Mr. and Mrs A. E. Wilcox of Conkey avenue. Miss Mary Roach has gone to Chi cago to remain over Sunday with rela tives. Mrs. Golgert of Michigan avenue is visiting friends in Park Manor, to day. Miss Lucy Long is spending the week end with relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Swift is reported to be quite ill at her home in Englewood. Mrs Swift is the mothei of Mrs. Thomas Brennan of Rimbach avenue and often visits here. The many friends of Mrs. Swift are sorry to learn of her illness Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green and llittle .imiFhtpr. Marion Green, win De tne guests of relatives in Chicago tomor row. Charles Demmerling of Chicago will be the guest of relatives in Hammond over Sunday. Mrs. Charles A. Wooden and daugh trr. Ruth, are SDendlng the day with Mrs. Jchn C. Pepperdine of Woodlown Mr. and Mrs. William F. Johnson will be the guests of relatives in Chicago over Sunday. - Mrs. A. J. Willitts and Mrs. L. L. today. Mrs. W. B. Conkey and daughter Miss lone, are visiting in Chicago today Harry K. White of Chicago will spend Rundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Reilley in South Hohman street. Frank Williams and Roy Chambers o the Purdue university and Misses Roda and Hornett Phillips of East Chicago, were the guests of friends in Hammond Wednesday. Miss Jackson of Grasselli left for Qulncy, 111., today where she will be the guest of Mrs. .Claude Lawrence Black for an extended visit. Miss Millie O'Malley will be the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Sedvert of South Chicago over Sunday Miss Linda Kunert will be the gues of friends in Chicago tomorrow. Our Easter manufacturers have jus sent us a large consignment of the latest styles ladies' and gent's tan oxfords. See them at Jacob Schoer & Son's shoe store, 93 State street. adv4t COOK BOOK serve immediately. paste It In a blank book or ou card POLICE QOURT. . HE WAS NOT THERE. Dr. Price of Chicago called up Cap tain Auetgen at the police station last night and asked him to meet the 1:30 car at the barns and arrest a man with two grips who was supposed to be on the car. The officer went to the barns, but found that the much wanted pas senger was not on the car. OPERATOR AGAIN ARRESTED. W. B. Archer, the telegraph operator whose name has been on police blotters in different places so often that it can't be counted hardly, was arrested yester day evening for drunkenness. He was fined $1 and costs for the misdeed and Archer put up his overcoat as bail. OLD MAN ARRESTED. Peter Bennet of Plummer avenue, an old man who frequently indulges too frequently in potations that are too much for him, was arrested by the po lice last night. Frank Shine, the bailiff, will employ the old man and pay his fine. MAY BE END OF PARSCOUTA PROCEEDING The ejectment suit brought by the rustees of the Greek Catholic church f Whiting against their pastor, Rev. John Parsouta, which is now pending before Theodore Liable, justice of the peace at Griffith, took a new angle this morning when Vasilli Soraka, one of the trustees at Whiting received a elegram from Bishop S. S. Ortinski of Philadelphia, informing him that a new priest for the congregation was on his way, to replace the present pastor, Rev. John Parscouta. While in Whiting recently Bishop Ortinski expressed his determination to LeGrand T. Meyer, attorney for the rustees, of replacing Father Parscouta, but that he would not do so until he went back to Philadelphia, the seat of his see, from where all his official pa pers must be issued from and where the seal is located. The official message will be borne to Father Parscouta by the new priest. NEW LODGE TO START Supreme Organized H. S. Whlted, and Deputy Organizer G. H. Shoop of the Order of Owls, is in the city today or- anizing a brotherhood here. Al ready the "nest" as they call it, has seven members and the work of in teresting new members is going on un ceasingly. Messrs. Whited and Shoop will re main In the city for several days and It is expected that very soon a meeting will be called at which the officers of the new lodge will be elected and the work of organization will take place. AT TOWLE'S SUNDAY, APRIL 19. "saimio." A big revival of "Sapho" will take place at the Towle opera house, Sunday April 19, with Ilelene Carral as the bright, particular star. It is consistent. therefore, to recall the excitement fol lowing Olga Nethersole's presentation of the piece at Wallack's theater a few years ago. Her play was written by Clyde Fitch from the novel by Al- phonse Daudet,' and was given Its first performance at Wallack's in New York. Feb. 16. 1900. There followed a tre mendous agitation on the part of the press and reformists. Finally, as the debate grew hotter and hotter, the the ater was clased by the police March 5. Miss Nethersole engaged A. II. Hummel to defend her. The court after review ing the play froni every possible angle, including the now famous trip of Sapho up the winding stairs, decided it did not offend public decency. NEW CASES FILED. 7S7 State vs. Joseph Laplnski Peter Laplnski; robbery. and 4564 State vs. Peter Klootwyk, Fred DeVries: civil. 4569 James II. Tollman vs. Susie IIoll- man. 4571 Fred Lee vs. R. Monroe & Son; personal injury. 45(2 Andrew J. Riley vs. R. Monroe & Son; personal injury. 782 State vs. George McGrath, Frank Enright and William Loftjs. Jury returned a verdict. "We the jury find the defendant guilty as he stands charged." W. C. Mlcholson, foreman. Court orders the de fendant into custody of the sheriff or that he enter into a new rec ognizance in the additional sum of ?1,000. WHITING MAN SOUGHT BY CHICAGO POLICE The South Chicago police have been notified by Chief Lawler of Whiting to be on the look for an Insane negro who was walking around in Whiting yesterday in a demented state of mind. He is missing from Whiting today and it is thought that he is on his way toward South Chicago. The negro is about 30 years old, weighs 140 pounds and is of chololate color. Our Specialty OYSTERS: New York Counts on Half Shell New York Counts Stew from Shell New York Counts Fry. New York Counts Panned. Highland Clams oa Half ShelL Clam Stew. Clam Chowdr. Hashed Clams with Cream. Hashed Clams on Toast. FISH. Smelts With Tartar Sauce, Yellow Perch Panned, Delmonlco Styla. Black Bass, Broiled. Boiled Halibut. Egg Sauce. OJIELETTES. Oyster Omelette, Green Pepper Omelette. Mushroom Omelette, Tomato Omelette. . Spanish Omelette. Egg Foyua. C, EL. HEXDRIX, PROPRIETOR, fca SO. U OILMAN ST. CHURGHSERVIGES Christian Church, 416 Indiana ave nue. C. J. Sharp, minister, 750 Sum mer street. Phone 3451. Bible Study 10:00 a,' m. , Communion services 11:0. Oa. m. Sermon "Easter's Message" 11:15. Junior Endeavor 3:00 p. m. . Christian Endeavor- 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p. m. Special musis solo, TV. L. Schneider. Sermon subject, "Hypocrites Who Have Not Yet Joined the church." Monday evening Men's club. Tuesday evening Orchestra practice. Wednesday evening Bible training class. Thursday afteroon Ladies' societies. Friday evening Band practice. All are cordially invited to attend any and all services. Pine street Presbyterian church will observe Easter. Rev. F. M. Elliott, pastor. 10:00 a. m. Sunday schooL 2:30 p. m. Easter services rendered by Sunday school. 3:30 p. m. Adults Bible class. Thursday 2:00 p. m. Ladles Aid. Saturday, 2:00 p. m. Rainbow band. You are cordially invited. St. Paul's Episcopal Chnrch, 35 Rim bach avenue. Rev. Charles Albert Smith, rector. Telephone, 1864. Easter day services will consist of three Celebrations of the Holy Com munion, at 6:0 0a. m., 8:00 a. m., and at 10:45 a. m. The third service will be a full choral Celebration with the following music: Kyrie Eleison ................. . Tours Gloria Tib! Tours Creda Tours Sermon Hymn "The Day of Resurrec tion." Offertory "Alleliua". . , . . . . Schnecker Doxology. Sursum Corda Tours Sanctus Tours T t - A. t Deueuicuon TOUTS Communion Hymn. Gloria in Excelsis ....Tours Nune Dlmittis Gregorian Tone Recessional Hymn "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today." Sunday school will be held at 9:30 with the presentation of the offering for missions. Evening prayer will be read at 7:30. German Methodist Episcopal Chnrch 258 Truman avenue. Kev. C. F. Dess- meier, pastor, 260 Truman avenue. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching service 10:30 a. m. Easter sermon by the pastor. In the evening the young people of the church will give the cantata "Je rusalem," at 8:00 o'clock at the church. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, occurs the regular weekly prayermeetinc. "Wednesday evening, 7:30 Epworth League. Thursday evening, 8:00 choir prac tice. All are cordially Invited to attend these services. St. Joseph's Easter program . " High Mass 10:30 a. m. Organ Voluntary. VidI Aquam .. Peters Mass in G II. Millard Ver.i Creator H. Millard Offertory "Haec Dies" J. Wiegand Conclusion Terra Tremint.J. AVeieand Vesper Services, 3:00 p. m. Solemn Vespert A. Kaim Regina Coell a. Werner Benediction. O. Salutaris Mandlinger Taneum Ergo in F . J. Wiegand Te Dum Consrteatlnn Rose M. Kolb, organist and director. St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 117 Clial ton street. Theo. Claus, pastor. German Congregational service at 9:30 a. m. German service with Holy Commun ion at 10:00 a. m. Special Easter music by St. Paul's Mixed choir and Concordia Male chorus. English Confessional service at 7:00 p. m. English service with Holy Commun ion at 7:30 p. m. The Christian Science Society of Hammond will hold a meeting tomor row morning at 10:45 in the K. of P. hall. Immediately following this ser vice, Sunday school will be held for persons under 20 years of age. The Wednesday evening meeting will take place at 7:45 o'clock in room 414 of theHammond building. The public is cordially invited to at tend these services. A reading room is also maintained in room 414 of the Hammond building where Christian Science literature can be read or purchased if desired. Forst Presbyterian Church, Sonth IHohman street. Rev, J. Eugent Snook, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship and Easter sermon 10:45 a. m. Theme "The Personal Significance of Hohman street. Rev. J. Eugene Duet "The Lord is My Shepherd." Mrs. EIMck and Mrs. Oberlin. Solo "Redemption," Mr. F. I. Ellick. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic, "Sunday, Our Weekly Easter, and How to Observe It." Leader, Miss Grace Miller. This meeting begins promptly at 6:30 and closes and 7:15. 7:30 p. m. Preaching, Subject, "The Real Stimulus of Life." Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek quiet hour. Topic, "Some Other Prec ious Easter Announcements. First Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. William F. Switzer, pastor. Resi dence, 117 Russell street. Sunday school and Mission Rally at 9:45 a. m. Public worship and Easter celebra tion at 10:45 a. m. The offering for Foreign Missions will be received. The Baptism of the children will be at this hour. ThA pastor will speak of Easter and the choir has prepared Easter anthems. Public services will be held at 3 o'clock with special sermon by the pas tor. The Knights Templar Commandery will attend In a body. All friends are invited. Epyarth League 6:30 p. m. The evening service at 7:30 o'clock will be conducted by the Sunday schooLj A delightful Easter program will be given, xne parents ana inerjas are all expected. TOWLB OPERA HOUSE Sunday, April 19 THE ROWLAND CILFFORD AMUSEMENT CO. Present the Distinguished Artists Helaine Carral Supported by a Strong Company. In a Magnificent Costume and Scenic Revival of Daudet's Famous Story. Produced on a Scale of Grandeur Never Before Attempted. The , Play of Passion, Comedy and Tears, It Teaches the Greatest Moral Lesson Yet Given to the Stage. TALK OF THE TOWX "The Sapho Kiss" PRICES 25, 35, 50 and 75c. FEDERAL COURT ON MONDAY, (Continued from page 1). plaintiff, and Moses, Rosenthal and Kennedy of Chicago, appearing as at torneys tor tne aerendant. This is a personal Injury case, the plaintiff suing for 120,000 damages, the company be lng incorporated under the laws of Illinois. The third case Is that of the United States of America for the Champion Iron company, a corporation, vs. the Title Guarantee and Surety company of Scranton, Pa., a suit for $3,500 on the bond furnished by the surety com pany, for Winchester and Cullen, the contractors who built the federal build ing in Hammond. The amount in ques tion Is a balance which the Champion Iron company claims to be due It for the Iron furnished the contractors. Moses, Rosenthal and Kennedy of Chi cago, appear as attorneys for the plain tiffs In the case, and W. J. Whinery of this city, as attorney for the defend ant. The defendant has called for a jury trial In this case. The fourth and last case is that of C. A. Neil of Illinois vs. George W. Sims of Indiana, Archibald Cattell of Chicago, appearing as attorney for the plaintiff, and Hammond, Stauart and Sims of Lafayette, as attorneys for the defendant. Neil is asking Sims for an accounting in various transactions throughout their ten years of partner ship in the wood business. It is expected that a large number of Lake county attorneys will be pres ent at the opening of court next Mon day morning. A number of attorneys have signified their intention of mak ing application for admission in the United States circuit court, which ap plications will be considered by- the Judge and If granted this also admits them to practice In the United States district court as well. In the minds of local attorneys a question has arisen as to the proper time of convening the court, the act establishing the court, setting the third Tuesday of April. Judge Anderson, however, in a communication to Deputy U. S. District Clerk Charles Surprise, has set next Tuesday for the opening day. Mr. Surprise has sent out his in formation to attorneys and petitioners accordingly. GOOD SUNDAY IS PROMISED FOR THE HATS A fair Easter Sunday Is promised for Hammond by the government weather forecaster, who avers the tempera ture will be moderate, with the wind from the west. Heavy rains were general through the south and parts of the west yes terday, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Illinois receiving the heavi est precipitation, but no cold weather was recorded anywhere. In Hammond the day was fine. The minimum temperature was 37 degrees in the morning,, the bulb rising to 52 degrees by 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The mean temperature was 44 and the normal 46 degrees. Showers may come today, according to the forecast, but a shifting wind may bring sunshine and warmth instead. HOW IS YOUR STOMACH? Easy Way to Strengthen Get Well. It and A good digestive system, one that acts so that you do not know that you have a stomach, is God's birthright to every man to every woman. If digestion is weak, if food turn3 into gas, if you suffer after eating, if you are sleepless, nervous and out of sorts then the stomach is diseased and prompt action should be taken. W. A. Ennis, a well-known builder In Syracuse, tells an easy way to strengthen the stomach and get well when he writes: "Ml-o-na Stomach Tablets have done more for me in one week than al the doctors the two years I was under their care. Thanks to Ml-o-na, I can work once more, the first time In over a year." It is an easy thing to strengthen the stomach and cure indigestion by using Mi-o-na. Get a 50-cent box from Summers pharmacy with a guarantee to refund the mone yunless the remedy does all that is claimed for it. Is It tan oxfords, ladies and gentle, men, that you want? If so call at Jacob Schloer & Son's shoe store, 93 State stret. adv-4t. ASST PAYMASTER OF B. & 0. ROAD INSPECTS YARDS. F. G. Scklase, assistant paymaster of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad's west ern division, stopped over in South Chi- cago yesterday and made a trip through the local yards. Mr. Scklase was more than pleased with the conditions here. JOHN T. COIMINBRS, Manager Thurs., Friday a Saturday APRIL 16, 17 and 18 Mr. Jas. Kyrie MacGurdy THE AI CLOTHES MAN BESIDES THE CLEVER BOXERS. DANNY DOUGHERTY AND KID SHARKEY They lend Healism to the Exhibition In the Arena Scene In Last Act. NOTK: Boxing Exhibition Perfectly Proper for Lady Audience. PRICES: Week Nights and Sunday Mat. 15, 25, 35, 50c. Wed. and Sat. Mat. 10, 15, 20, 25c. Boxes 35c. Sunday Night, 25, 35, 50, 75c "CI eanllness mj! Mliness" But you can't keep clean without HOT WATER With a reliable Water Heater installed in your Home you have HOT WATER always ready at a minimum cost. We will in operation at our office. South Shore Gas & Electric Co. PHONE 10 Lake County Pioneer MONUMENTAL WORKS WM. PARRY, Prop. Established 1880 To accommodate pations we will open our office on Sundays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., until Decoration Day. Order now to insure delivery by that time. Hohman and Kenwood Ave., near Oakwood Cemetery Hammond and Crown Point, Ind Lumber For Sale Cheap. Closing: up job at Hammond Packing Co's Plant. Good sheeting from $10.00 to $14.0D per Al. 2x4, $8.C0 to $16.00 per M. Boards, $10.00 per M. Clean brick, $2.50 per At. Kindling- wood cheap. Ruel Wrecking Co. 7300 Stoney Island Ave., Chicago. Tel Hyde Park 1659 ABOUT ADVERTISING No. 5. THE DOLLAR THAT CAN'T BE SPENT. (By HERBERT KAtFMAX.) Every dollar spent In advertising is not only a seed dollar which grows a profit for the merchant, but Is actually retained by him even after he Iiaa paid It to the publisher. Advertising creates a good will worth the cost of publicity. It actually cost nothing. While It uses funds it does not use them up. It helps the founder of a business to grow rich and at the same time keep his business from not dying when he does. It eliminates the personal equation. It perpetuates confidence In the utore and makes it possible for a merchant to withdraw from business without having the prflts of the business withdraw from him. It changes a name to an Institution an Institution which will survive after the death of its builder. It is really an insurance polley which cfists nothing pays a premium each year instead of calling for one and renders it pos sible to change the entire personnel of a business without disturbing its prosperity. Advertising renders the husiness stronger than the man inde pendent of his presence. It permanentizes systems of merchandising, the track of which is left for others to follow. A business which is not advertised must rely upon the personality, of its . proprietor, and personality in business is a decreasing factor. The public does not want to know the man who owns the store It isn't interested in him but in his goods. "When an unadvertised busi ness is sold it Is only worth as much as Its stock of goods and fixtures. There is no good will to be paid for It doc not exist It has not been created. The name over the door menus nothing except to the limited stream of people from the immediate neighborhood, any of whom could tell you more about some store ten miles away which has regularly delivered its shop news to their homes. It as as shortsighted for a man to build a business with dies with his death or ceases with his inaction as it is unfair for him not to provide for the continuance of Its income to his family. ' ' . - (Coyprlght, 1908, by Tribune Company, Chicago.) ' NEW MARRIAGE LICENCES GRUNTED YESTERDAY Crown Point, Ind., April 13. (Spe cial.) The following new marriage licenses were granted in the Lake cir cuit court yesterday: Robert I Webster, Fanchon Bauti gan, Chicago; Lawrence E. Darling, Berthan Jones, Chicago; George E. Perfect, Florence Jones, Chicago; Thomas Hamilton, Alice Loghry, Chi cago; Jonathan Munster, Delia Kik kert, Munster. MUNSTER CITIZENS EEEE. Munster was certainly well repre sented in Hammond today, more than a dozen of its leading citizens having been here. They made a day of it, too, while they were here and did not for get to visit their old friends about town. Among those who were in Hammond were: Jacob Munster. Cornelius Schoon, Dlngeman Jabaay, Charley Stallbaum, Henry Daugherty, Jacob Baker, Fred Long, George W. Johnson, August RItchter and Peter Klootwyk. Try a Want "Ad" in The Tlaien, SOUTH CHICAGO Sunday, Mon.; Tues. and Wed. April 19. 20, 21 and 22 The Metropolitan Melodrama Never 4 Acts 14 Scenes Too Late Too Mend or The Wanderer's Return be glad to show you one 147 SOUTH HOHMAN STREET .' HEALTH COMM. EVANS LECTURES BEFORE DOCTORS. Homepathlc Society Listens to Talk hy Jlr. Evans on "Compulsory Vaccination." Several South Chicago physicians . yesterday attended a lecture given byi Health Commissioner Evans before the Homeopathic society at their club rooms down town. The subject of Dr. Evans' lecture was "Compulsory Vaccination." . During the course of his lecture he stated that Chicago was the best vac cinated city in the United States and should smallpox break out In the city at the present time and everyone be ex posed, ninety-eight out of every hun dred would be found to be on the vacci nated list. An effort will be made by the South Chicago Medical society to get Dr. Evans to deliver an address before them at the next regular meeting. EASTER PROGRAM AT HEGEWISCH. Sundey evening, April 19, an excel lent program will be rendered in the Swedish Lutheran church of Hege wisch, under the auspices of the bible ' class. Everybody is most cordially in -vlted to attend. The admission is,, free.