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ffiursday, 'April 23, 19()3.N lOVER THE,. TEA, CUFSJfi KAST MEETING OF-IRVING PARENTS The closing meeting of the Parents' xliib of the Irving district will "be held Friday evening, April 24, at 8. o'clock. The -pupils of that school are Inter ested in home flower gardening, the products to be brought to the school and exhibited at a "flower show" next falL Th underlying purpose, " of course, Is to create In the boys and girls an active Interest In beautifying grounds, both private and public, and so give ideas that may be of value in future citizenship as well as a pleasure for the present. "W. C. Belman will give some practcial suggestions on i garden making. Supt. McDanlel wit make a few remarks on pictures for schools. The following program has been arranged after which the usual social time will be enjoyed. A large attendance is desired. Piano Duet Misses Dill and Blake Vocal Solo. .John Thompson Reading. .Mr. Green and Mr. Thompson Vocal Solo. Mies Carrie Bush ' Violin Solo Mr. King ' Vocal Duet Misses Bobbins PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY. Mrs. Stevens of. 153 Morton court Svas agreeably surpised last Thursday j afternoon by the Ladies of G. A. R., the occasion being her birthday. She jecelvedj many beautiful presents among others a hand-painted celery lish from the Ladies of the G. A.. R. After an informal program luncheon was served by the hostess. The table decorations were American flags and daisies. Covers were laid for fourteen. 'As the Ladies of the G. A. R. know i how to entertain it was one of the en- Joyable affairs the ladies have given thi3 season. - - ACME SOCIAL PARTY. ' Mrs. P. Bonner entertained the raera bers of the Acme Social club Tuesday afternoon at her home in Sibley street. ; The afternoon was passed vrey pleas antly with cards and prizes were awarded Mrs. Bergman and Mrs. P. J. Henry. Following the games the hos tess served her guests with" a dainty luncheon. It was decided to hold the next meeting at the home of Mrs. Berg- - man in State street in two weeks. All i the members were present at the meet- ing Tuesday as it was the first meet- ing to be held since before the Lenten ' season. MRS. TURNER ENTERTAINS. Mrs. J. M. Turner of Truman ave nue will entertain at a 6 o'clock dinner ' this evening at her home in honor of the members of the cast who gave "An ' Awful Mixyp" at Towle's opera house a few weeks ago for the benefit of the poor. Mrs. Turner is chairman of the ' wit and humor committee of the Ham mond Woman's club under whose di rection the play was given. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church are holding a chicken pie supper this evening in the church parlors. Many hundreds of 4 tickets have been sold and the ladies -are making great preparations for the supper. An elaborate menu has been planned. The supper Is given for the benefit of the church. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The "Woman's Foreign Missionary So ciety of the First Methodist Episcopal church will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. O. Thompson, 380 Cedar street. Mrs. Etta Bloomhoff Is In charge of the program which promises to be interesting. A very large attendance of members Is desired. Y. P. S. C. E. SOCIAL. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the First Pres byterian church will hold an Ice cream social in the church parlors Friday evening, April 24. The public Is cor dially Invited and the young people de sire a good attendance as the pro ceeds of the social will be used for the benefit of the society and the church. FIN-DE CIECLE PARTY. Miss Flsk of East Chicago was hos tess to members of the Fin-de-CiecIe club last evening at her home. The time was very enjoyably passed with cards at which Miss Robinson won the honors. The hostess served pleasing refreshments at the close of the even ing. The Misses Ella Mae and Blanche Mowry attended from Hammond. ALUMNI MEETING. ' The Aulmnt of the Hammond high school will meet in the Central school kindergarten, room Monday evening, April 27, at 7:30 o clock to arrange for the banquet to be given for this year's graduating class. "All members are urged, to. be present as there is much to be done. LEAVES HAMMOND. Carl S. Heritage, who has been em ployed in Hammond for the past year as constructing engineer, will leave to night for Pittsburg, Pa., to remain In the future. Mr. Heritage has made many friends during his stay here who regret to have him leave. SEWING CIRCLE MEETS. Sewing Circle No. 2 of St. Margaret's hospital is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Henry Bieker at her home in East Sibley street. There is a good at tendance of members and much work is being accomplished. W. R. C. MEETING. , All members of William H. Calkins TMB TIMES 0 PEACH . And first the cobbler which perfection." For this purpose the richest and ripest frurt is selected, usually some variety , of the yellow peach, because of its superior richness. Butter a deep earthenware pudding dish at least three and one-half in ches deep. Line the side with good pastry, then fill the dish with peeled peaches torn in halves instead of cutting. Leave in enough pits to impart flavor. Sweeten abundantly, then cover with a rich layer of crust, sealing down so that none of the Juices may es cape. Bake in a hot oven about three-quarters of an hour, covering with paper if there Is any danger of it browning too rapidly. When nearly done draw to the oven door, dredge over with powdered sugar, and set back to glaze. A real old fashioned cook is a stickler for a few spoonfuls of brandy poured over the peaches before the top crust Is put on, but the majority of folk find it quite delectable enough without any spirituous additions. ICorps "WV R. C. are requested to meet tonight. in Memorial hall for. the regu lar meeting as business cf import ance will be discussed. Meetings will be held every Thursday until after Decoration day. AID SOCIETY MEETING. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church was entertained very nicely in the church parlors yes terday afternoon by Mesdames Edith Griffin and Mary Holm. The week's business was disposed of after which the time was spent socially. COMPLETE PLANS. The Ladies 'Aid society of the First M. E. church met yesterday afternoon in the church parlors to complete ar rangements for the chicken pie sup per which they will give this evening in church parlors. The meeting was well attended. MARQUETTE CLUB PARTY. Mrs. William F. Mashino will enter tain the members of the Marquette club tomorrow afternoon at her home in Truman avenue. The afternoon will be spent with cards and a very pleas ant time spent as this is the first meet ing since before the Lenten season. GIVE A SMALL PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Smith will enter tain a few friends this evening at their home in Michigan avenue. Cards will be the entertainment for the evening and a. very .pleasant time is anticipated. COOKING CLUB TO MEET. Miss Ethel Ebright wil lentertain the members of the Young Ladies' Cook Ing club this evening at her home, in Ogden street. Mrs. Marion Hower will demonstrate the week's lesson. ENTERTAINS FRIENDS. John Gaffney entertained a few friends very informally last evening at his home in Truman avenue. Cards were played during the evening and refreshments were served. ALPnA PHI PARTY. Mrs. H. H. Henry is entertaining the members of the Alpha Phi club this afternoon at her home in Carroll street. The usual club program is be ing carried out and a pleasant time en joyed. DEBORAH AID.. The Deborah Aid Society of the First Christian church is meeting this after--neon at the home of Mrs. Traffley, 613 Truman avenue. The regular weekly business of the society will be disposed of. OAK LEAF CLUB IN CHICAGO. The Members of the Oak Leaf Em broidery club went to Chicago today where they will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Adams. The ladies an ticipate a very pleasant time. REMAINS ABOUT THE SAME. Stewart Smith, the little son of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Albert Smith of Rlmbach avenue, who has been very 111 the past few days, remains about the same. . Briefs. Miss Peterson has resigned her po sition as clerk in Ruhstadt's store. Miss Duell of Chicago has come to Hammond to take a position as sales lady in Ruhstadt's store. Miss Mary Heiman of Dyer was in Hammond yesterday visiting friends. M. Ruhstadt transacted business in Chicago today. S. Gerner returned from Chicago to day where he visited friends. Miss Mary Leodzlnski has been the guest of friends In Chicago. Mrs. Margaret Meyer of Cedar Lake is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs L. T. Meyer of Doty street. Mrs. Austgen of Sibley street is the guest of friends In St. John today. Mrs. Werley is visiting friends in Chicago today. Mrs. C. C. Smith and daughter, Miss Maud, Were the guests of friends in Chicago yesterday. Miss Hazel Kingwlll is visiting in Chicago today. Mrs. J. Wolf and daughter, Ruth, have returned home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seidler at their home in Dyer. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the First Pres byterian church will give an ice cream , social Friday evening at o'clock in the church parlors. A good time is assured all. 22-3t Mrs. Frances Kingsley is spending the day visiting in Chicago. Miss Nina Pettit will go to Engle- wood tomorow to remain over Sunday with relatives. Roscoe Hemstock was in Chicago yesterday on business. Mrs. C. C. Sanger of Lowell is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. S. A. Bell, of South Hohman street. Mrs. Ernest Clark of Chicago was the guest of Mrs. A. J. Willitta of Webb street the first of the week. Mrs Clark will be remembered as Miss Lu etic Cutler who formerly taught school here. Mr .and Mrs. C. R. Sherard of Ham mond spent Easter Sunday here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sher COOK BOOK COBBLER. our' Southern cooks made In such ard, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atwood. Lowell Tribune. , Mr. and Mrs. . E. L. Shortrldge of Crown Point wexfe the guesta of.. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph , Pierce, and Mr and MrsL..SIiortriaga Qf Condit' street,", yes terday. Miss Edith. Long has returned from visiting friends in Crown Point,.., Miss Marie Hansen returnedlo Crown Point this noon after visiting Ker- moth er, Mrs. Mary Hansen of Rimbach ave nue for a day. Mrs. Thomas B. Brennan is reported to be quit ill at her home In Rlm bach avenue. -" Mrs. W. E. Kindig cf Rochester, Ind., is the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C W Campbell of Truman avenue, for several days ... Mrs. Fred EcTthart of Chicago is spending the day with Mrs. A. T. Hed rick of Sibley street Mrs. P. Tannis of Lansing was the guest of Mrs. C. Kaluf of Condit street, yesterday. - .- - - - Mr. a.nd Mrs. Louis Suess and son, Clayton, have returned to their home In Milwaukee after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sheffield of May street. ' ' : ' Messrs. Mason and Smidt, piano tun ers, announce their special spring offer, piano tuning and repolishing $2.00. 393 Pine street, Hammond, Ind. 21-2t Miss Emma Roth returned to her home in Chicago yesterday after spend- ng a few days with her brother, Mr. Frank Roth of Hammond. Miss Williams of Highlands Is spend ing a few days with .friends In Ham mond. -' ' . Julian Touche of Crown Point was in Hajnmond yesterday on business. Supt. . Frank Ileighway- of Crown Point was a visitor in Hammond today. MrSi Emma; Cosgrove is spending the day visiting in Chicago. Mrs. W. G. 'Paxton was out for a hort time yesterday after being con fined to her home in Rimbach avenue for several weeks with a severe attack f lnflamatory-rheumatism. The many friends of Mrs. Paxton are glad to know she is recovering. Misses Long and Strauss and Messrs. Long and Berwanger saw "The Merry Widow" at the Colonial in Chicago last night. Mrs. Lawrence Becker and her daughter, leave today for Neoso Falls, Kansas for a ten days' visit with rela tives and friends. Owing to the pres- ure of business the mayor will not accompany tnem. Mrs. John Mattwig of Black Oak, is pending a few days fith her friends in Hammond. Irl Rockwell of Crown Point spent a short time in Hammond Tuesday. Mri and Mrs. John Reiser have re- urned from a visit with relatives in Crown Point. Ernest Trapton of Toleston transacted business in Hammond yesterday. Mrs. O. Burch of Toleston spent yes terday visiting friends in Hammond. Miss Linda Kunert will be the guest of friends in Chicago tonight. Miss Ida Koedyker is spending the afternoon in Chicago visiting friends. M3ss Koedyker of . Highlands is spending the day with friends in Ham mond. J. M. Lautman of Michigan City has been SDending a few days In Ham mond and Chicago on business. Johannes Kopelke of Crown Point was in Hammond today on profession al business. Miss Agnes Hill of Grasselli was the guest of friends in Hammond today. C. a Smith of East Chicago trans acted business in Hammond today. F. H. Hodson of Gary was . in Ham mond on business yesterday. Miss Belle Peterson of Crown Point is the guest of Miss Ethel Ebright of Ogden street for the Cooking club meeting this evening. Miss Mae Campbell was the guest of friends last evening to hear "Die Walkuere" at the Auditorium in Chi cago. Mrs. Edith Lillian Clark, pianist and teacher of the Central Conservatory of Music, Chicago, will be in Hammond on Tuesday of each week and will accept pupils for piano forte study. The Cen. tral conservatory will later open a branch school here and special rates will be given to early applicants. For further information address care of this office of phone 60. Adv. 3t. LITTLE GIRL LOSES NECKLACE. Little Miss Noima -McGrath, grand daughter of Judge H. B. Crawford,; had the misfortune ytsterday to lose a string of sixty-three gold beads some where near the Central school build ing on Hohman street. The necklace was a prized gift and any information regarding it will be gratefully received by the young lady. HERE'S THE PROOF. But Besides Catarrh, ITyomel Cures Crip, Coufth and Colds, Croup aud Asthma Bend: If you are a Sufferer from Catarrh, Reason and Reflect. "My wife and I will swear that Hyo mei cured me of the worst case of catarrh that ever existed. I used to cought constantly at night, and had a dropping in. the throat, which kept me awake a great deal. I raised thick phlegm, and was in a horrible condi tion. However, I am entirely cured solely through the use of Ilyomel." Dr. Philip Z. Hart. Laconia, N. II. Reader, this is one of thousands of testimonials praising the marvelous curative power of Hyomel. If you are a sufferer, why not try it? Summers Pharmacy guarantees it, and will re fund your money 11 11 iana to cure. Hyomei is not a stomach nostrum; It is dry antiseptic and medicated air, and all you have to do to cure any dis ease of the nose, throat or lungs, is to breate it in through the Hyomel in naier. A nyomei ouini, including a scientific Inhaler, only costs ?1.00. Get one today. Subsequent treatment la only 50 cents a bottle. Get one now Summers' Pharmacy takes all the risk, They guarantee it. ' The union movement Is reported to be making rapid strides among farm laborers In Ireland. WALTER HOIK FLEES, FROM HIS CREDITORS Man Who Ruined Young Woman Has Now Absconded. REAL ESTATE JMN IN TROUBLE Attorney W. J. MacAleer of Ham mond to Whom He Gave Worth less Check, Is After Nowak. Walter Nowak, well known In Ham mond and at' one time one of Gary's leading citizens, a real estate dealer who was mentioned ,as a candidate for mayor, has completed his downfall. After bringing about the ruin of Mary Becker, who was employed by him as stenographer, the people of Gary began to find out what kind of a man he was, and they were not very much sur-1 prised to learn yesterday that he had absconded leaving behind him a trail of debts, after committing several of fenses for which he will be sent to the penitentiary if he is ever caught. Walter Nowak was' one of the sev eral crooks who' have been able to fool the people of Gary for the reason that the town Is new and a man's rep utation by which people "may be guid ed in their estimate of a stranger Is not known. Nowak was always aggressive and at one time was as big as any toad- in the puddle. Gary stood for him in spite of his coarseness and crudities. At the republican love feast when it "cense nad been revoked, was generally known that Nowak, a! e explained that he was not corn married man, had been arrested for his Pelled to practice medicine, that he Improper relations with the Becker girl, his brazenness was shown by the 8n expected soon to take the examlna persistency with which he forced the t,on ior a license in Indiana after which attention of the entire assemblage up- ,ne would be willing to turn his practice on himself and what he was doing as over to him. Under the circumstances one of the leading republicans. ii' is understood that he will be per- It was a question of either standing for him on that occasion or throwing him out of the window and as the management of the Binzenhof did not want to clean up the walk afterwards and he was tolerated. For some time Nowak has owned an interest in a team of horses for which he and W. S. Ross paid ?160. Mr. Ross bought a carriage at a cost of several hundred dollars and Nowak frequently used the rig. Yesterday he sold the outfit to T. J. Gormely for $100. He owed Mr. vvmwejr a.uu in.ycu uie iur l" " o .ui. ii re- n w 1 - . ttt v r a i 1 . ll ,1 k . , ,J 7 ,Z and now he has left the country with- out making a settlement with the Becker girl to whom he gave a note for $300. M. cBrlde, a Gary saloon keeper ' ... went as surety on the note and will have to pay it and it is understood that there are several other amounts that are due various people in Gary all of whom have given up hope of getting nnvthln? nut nf him The prevailing opinion is that he ' aso" necessary for the doctor has gone to Canada, but he is guilty to ta,ke the lamination again. Attor of an extraditable offense and it is ney McA,eer saJ's that he passed It all understood that McAleer and McBrlde , rlgnt and is now abIe to Practice here will mflVo on offnrt tn lofatA him onrI.as lonS as he Cares to. bring him to Justice. RECITAL SUCCESS Whiting Folk Enjoy Fine Entertainment Given for Athletic Association. Whiting, Ind., April 23. (Special.) The recital at the high school as sembly hall for the benefit of the High School Athletic Association Tuesday evening was an achievement which re flects great credit upon Miss Ella C. Klose, soprano, and Miss Margaret V. Lyttle, reader, iwo rising young stu dents of Valparaisa University. In the success of the affair Prof. Mathie of South Chicago and the high school orchestra also contributed, the program consisting of two parts, eahc containing nine members, uhe ap plause after each was generous. "It was a Lover and His Lass" was perhaps the most heartily applauded. In this Miss Klose's voice was heard to exceptional advantage the rendition being altogether artistic. Miss Lyttle's spontaneity is delight ful. Her charming moods of petulance, anger, chagrin, jealousy, playfulness, and affection are as swift as the flashes of a searchlight on a dark night. Each reading was consistent and ren dered with true dramatic strength and a sincerity that convinced. The reading ,,For Dear Old Yale," by John T. Long and the musical recita tion, "Aux Italiens," by Lord Bullver Lytton were perhaps were perhaps the two best numbers and in both, the audience was spellbound by a delight ful actuality, but the "Unexpected actuality, but the "Unexpected1 Guests' by Margaret' Cameron, drew fire by Dums wno may nae Deen usin more hearty laughs from the audience ,tne mPtles as a Place to sleeP- : There than any other reading. high wind blowing and the The brilliant work done by both 1 flames spread rapidly from one car to young ladies coused enthusiastic ap- another. plause that stretched the time of the I As Gary is without the necessary program to unexpected length. The 'equipment for the purpose of fighting success attained bodes well for future flres a switch engine was hastily sent efforts. I to the scene and the 'cars which had The only regret to be offered is that not yet become ignited were taken the attendance was not larger, but it way from tha others proved unfortunate that there were sol In thls manner most of the cars many functions on Tuesday night. (were saved from destruction but it is . . estimated that the, loss will be. In the wnere Law Doesn't neacn. 'neighborhood of $10,000 as it is. . About 60 feet under the surface of I Jt is generally believed that had the the water, six miles off the coast of fire occurred at night the destruction Florida, two fir dfv fmt of Property would have been great. perately for the possession of a big sponge. When one of them attempted to prosecute the ' other for injuries sustained in the fight he found that no wuii. uiiu junsaicuon over uie DOttom Of the ocean, ... OPERA HOUSE 7 NIGHTS 7 , USUAL MATINEES monday!"51 APRIL 27th . THE REAL snOW WINNIMGEE Bros.fCo. IN s . REPERTOIRE AT T New Plays New Specialties EVERY FLAY A PRODUCTION lO, 20 A IND 30c LADIES FREE ON MONDAY. USUAL CONDITIONS. OPENING PLAY "POLLY PRIMROSE" ADELAIDE THURSTON'S GREATEST SUCCESS. A COMPLETE PRODUCTION. REISS IN SERIOUS TROUBLE. (Continued from page 1). show cause why he was practicing med lcine without a license, vr. Keiss with W. J. MacAleer, his attorny, went to Indianapolis and ex plained to the board that he did not j understand he could not practice on his Jlcense- according to a report in an' iUUianil". ana ne asKea to be per- m,tted to retire without letting the PePle in the settlement know that his culd live without it and said that his mitted to continue to practice for a .brief period of time. Dr. Reiss told the board that he was a graduate from the college of Vienna and in order to enter college he had I studied Latin and Greek for eicht voara. W. J. McAleer, attorney also made it clear that his client was able to sneak ten different laneuatres fiuentlv Attorney W. J. McAleer was seen this morning regarding the matter and stated that his client. Dr. Reiss, had been granted a license and now has the privilege of nrRctlHnr inflnitK. Mr. McAleer a pecs formerly jpractlced medicine in e In Elkhart where a license after showiner Vlenna diploma and other creden- tiala. He then wenfc ChIca?0 where he wa ln the of -the-health , rf,nartTT,OIlf ,., Iwv f ' wj.v- b Villi 0TV W Vl I1a Pflloa Tiro a 4m TTllr-Un.. i 1 ' ,r,1mo , . . ... diploma was in the clerk's office the court house burned down and in this manner he lost the only evidence he had of the fact that he had graduated from "Vienna. This complicated matters and for this The whole trouble was caused by the fact that the law which was enacted In 1907 provided that unless old licenses were renewed within 90 days after the law became effective It would be nec essary for the physician to be examined before lie would be readmitted to the practice. It is understood that Dr. Oscar Reiss will go to Oklahoma, near East Chi cago to practice and that his father, Herman, will remain at the Standard settlement indeflnitey. POLICE COURT. The worst looking trio of drunks that were ever brought before Judge W. W McMahan were lined up in the city court this morning and each mem. ber $1 and cost3. by his Honer. They were "Wiliam Snyder, of Portsmouth, O., a laborer. D Dowling, Thirty-fifth j street and Halstead, Chkago, a carpen 1 ter, and John Hyan, 601 Root street, q carpenter. The men were picked up in various parts of town by the poilcet and pleaded guilty as meek as lamb this morning. Dowling was the only one of the bunch to have any money and the others were taken to Crown Point to board out their fines with the sheriff. SPECTACULAR FIRE IN GARY YESTERDAY. One of the most peculiar fires that has yet occurred in Gary destroyed seven box cars on a side track of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad in that city i yesterday at one o'clock, and, might have destroyed 40 others If It had not been quickly discovered. 11 18 ucllctc" were Bet on Dental mecnanics or Greater New York, said to number about 1,000, have organized a union, and if a uniform scale and other fair conditions r nnt conceded they threate-a strike. The dental mechanics manufacture bridges, TOWLE TOWLE OPERA HOUSE O N N I Q MX ONLY, Simday9 ADVANCED VAUDEVILL lO ACTS OISB BIG SHOWCURTAIN 8:15. Seats on Sale at Bicknell's Drug Store. c atumet TheatT' JOHN T. CONNERS, Manager Ttmrs., Friday & Saturday APRIL 23, 24 and 25 Lincoln J. Carter's MASTERPIECE GO PROUD TO BEG A Thrilling Melodrama PRICES: Week Nights and Sunday MatJl5, 25, 35, 50c Wed. and Sat Mat 10, 15, 20, 25c. Boxes 35c. Sunday Night, 25, 35, 50, 75c Lumber For Sale Cheap. Closing: up job at Hammond Packing Co's Plant. Good sheeting from $10.00 to $14.00 per M. 2x4, $8.C0 to $16.00 per M. Boards, $10.00 per Mr Clean brick, $2.50 per At. Kindling- wood cbeap. - Ruel Wrecking; Co. - , 7300 Stoney Island Ave., Chicago. Tel Hyde Park 1659 . "The CHEAPEST is But GAS is the cheapest, because the expense ceases when the work is cause it is the cleanest, economical fuel you can South Shore Gas & Electric Co. PHONq 10 Lake County Pioneer MONUMENTAL WORKS WM. PARRY, Prop. Established 1880 To accommodate pations we will open our office on Sundays from 10 a. rr.. 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, 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 on Half ShelL Clam Stew. ' Clam Chowder. Hashed Clams with Cream. Hashed Clams on Toast. FISH. Smelts With Tartar Sauce. Yellow Perch Panned. Delmonico Style. Black iiass. Broiled. , Soiled Halibut, Egg Sauce. ' OMELETTES. Oyster Omelette, Green Pepper Omelette. ." Mushroom Omelette. Tomato Omelette. . Spanish Omelette. - - Eg? Foyun, C R. HEXDRIX, PROPRIETOR, 86 SO. HOHMAN ST. , , CARD OF THANKS. . The relatives of the late Otto Par- duhn desire to thank - their many friends and most especially the Team sters' union for their sympathy and kindness shown during the sickness and death of the deceased. AUGUST FARDUHN. NOTICE! Water will be shut off on the follow ing streets tomorrow, April 24 at 9:30 a. m.: Douglas and Clinton streets be tween State Line and Erie tracks; Hoh man street between Russell and Doug las streets. C M. JEWETT, ' Sup't-Water Works. lO 2 and 30ce SOUTH CHICAGO Sunday, Mon.; Tues. and Wed. April 26. 27, 28 and 29 ROWLAND &CLIFFORS'D Amusement Co. PRESENTS THE now-u-c-him I 11C NOW-U-DON'T PHANTOM DETECTIVE Xot the Old Style Detective, but a Yonnjc, Modern Fellow Who Keeps Yon Gnesnlng. Augmented Company of Superior Players. Chorus of Prettily-Costumed Show Girls. Great Quartette of Sing ing Comedians. DEN OF REAL LIONS not always The BEST" done and it is the best be coolest, quickest and most use. Leus prove it to you. 147 SOUTH HOHMAN STREET EXCURSION Via Michigan Central Sunday, April 26th Chicago and Re turn 30c Train Leaves 8:55 a. m. FANCY Seed Potatoes Early Rose Burbanks and Early Ohios HAMMOND FRUIT CO., 81 State St; STUDENTS WANTED ON VIOLIN. I am prepared to give lessons on violin in both elementary and professional studies. Communicate or call at 273 Oakley avenue, Hammond. Ind.; phone 2974. II. E. HVTCHIXS. THOUSANDS TESTIFY TO THE EF FICACY OF THE TIMES' AVAT COL "v iaies, eve Read The Times and set the neire.