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BALL WILL BE DANDY. Members of the Young Men's demor tratic club are enthusiastic about the hall which -the club -will give next Sat urday evening in Huehn's hall. Hun dreds of tickets have been sold and it is expected that there will be a large attendance With a goodly sprinkle ofjat politicians. One of the features "or. ; the ball will be the returns of the democratic primaries 'which will" be received in the democratic club rooms adjoining the ball room. CEnONA CLUB PARTY. Mrs. Sholters will entertain the members of, the Cerona club ata her home Thursday afternoon. Cards will be the entertainment during the after 'noon. PARENTS MEETING THIS "WEEK. The last meeting of the Parents' club of the Riverside school district to take place this year will be held tomorrow evening in the school building. It is expected that there will be a good at tendance of parents as an interesting program has been arranged. Re freshments will be served at the close of the following program: Mandolin and guitar duet Miss Verta Sheffield and Mrs. D. E. Boone. Reading Miss Elizabeth Reynolds. Vocal Solo .Miss Mary Krost Address Rev. W. F. Switzer .Vocal. Galo R. E. Garber MISSIONARY MEETING. The members of the Home and For eign Missionary societies of the First M. E. church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. Fred Newell in South Hohman street. It was the reg ular meeting day for the Home Mis sionary Society who entertained the Foreign Missionary members." During the afternoon a very pleasant program was rendered and the mite boxe3 were opened. At the close of the pro gram the hostess served her guests with refreshments. There were hot as many members present as had been expected owing to the very disagree able weather. .Following was the program: ... Devotional.." ......Mrs. Etta Dake Talk on Mite Boxes Mrs. Rohrer Vocal Solo Mrs. A. L. Spohn ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING. The annual business meeting of the Epworth League of the First M. E. church was held last evening in the League room of the church. There was a good attendance of members and much business was disposed of. The election of officers took place, the public installation to take place May 17. The following were the -officers elected: . President Charles Surprise. First Vice President Frank' R. Mar tin.", Second Vice President Miss Bessie Ripley. Third Vice President Miss Edna , Switzer. Fourth Vice President Miss Ethel Hathaway.. i , : Secretary Geprge Rosenberg. Treasurer Mtss Ethel Ebright. Organist Mrs. Berg. PINE STREET AID MEETING. The Ladies' Aid society uf the Pine Street Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church parlors. All the members are urged to attend. PLEASANT PARTY. A very pleasant time was had by the young people who attended the regular weekly dancing party in Long's hall. Despite the rain there was a Brood attendance, many coming from East Chicago. IS BROUGHT HOME. Roland Stinson, son of Mr. and Mrs J. K. Stinson, of May street, who was taken , to Valparaiso last week for an operation, was brought home yester day very much improved. Mrs. Stin son, who has been with him, also re turned home yesterday. WILL REHEARSE FRIDAY. The committee of the Ladies' Aid and Missionuary societies of the Presby terian church who are giving the enter tainment of the Peddler's Parade, Sat urday evening at Towle's opera house, wish to anounce that there will be a rehearsal Friday evening at the church, "when at is expected all who are taking part will be present and ready with their lines and deliver them exactly as they will on Saturday night. Up to the present time the ladies feel very much gratified at the way the tickets are selling and with the manner in which those who have parts have taken hold. It is now an assured fact that ' the entertainment will be one of great enjoyment to those who are fortunate enough to witness it. SEWING CIRCLE. Sewing Circle No. 2 of S. Margaret's hospital will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Miller in Williams street. All the members are ' uiged to be present. MEETING FRIDAY. Mesdames Kline and Lewis are en tertaining the members of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church' this afternoon in the church parlors. REHEARSAL LAST NIGHT. A rehearsal of the Peddlers' Parade vas held last evening in the parlors THE TIMES BAKED . . Br Bare to cot oat this recipe and . tor dally o These are an excellent relish to serve with a roast or fowl, or may be used as dessert. For this purpose, large fine peaches are a de sideratum. Peel with a fruit knife or plunge into boiling water for a moment, when the skins will rub off as easily as the skin of a tomato. Leave whole, but stick a couple of cloves In each peach for flavor. Arrange in a rather deep baking dish, sprinkle with sugar and dot the tops of the peaches with bits of butter. Add a cupful of boiling water to the baking pan and sprinkle a few chopped nuts over the top if desired, and bake in a steady, moderate oven. They may be served hot or cold. r TEA GUPS of the First Presbyterian church. The ;.play will be .given Saturday,, evening, May 9, in Towles opera house. 31. E. MEETING. The Ladies' Aid society of the First M. E. church is meeting this afternoon the home of Mrs. B. E. Escher in riummer avenue, xne memoers ul me Third , division are entertaining. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS. ' Mrs.. Edith Griffin will entertain the members of the executive board of the Hammond Woman'3 club tomorrow, at her. home in Ogden street. W. R. C. MEETING, There will be a meeting of the Wm. K. Calkins W. R. C. Thursday evening, in Memorial hall, and it is desired that all members attend as business of im portance, will be discussed concerning the Decoration day exercises. BEN HUR MEETING. All members of the Tribe of Ben Hur are requested to meet tonight in Weis hall, for the regular meeting. Business of importance will be disposed of. GUILD MEETING. The Ladies Guild of St. Paul Episco pal church is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. E. Bell, 43 Webb street, for the annual election of offi cers. A good many members are pres ent to dispose-of the week's business. STOPS HERE FOR VISIT. Mrs. Livingston was in Hammond to day for a short time on her way to Rensselaer after spending the winter with relatives in Edmonds Okla. . Mrs. Livingston has been the guest of the Misses Margaret and Mae Livingston, who formerly lived in Hammond. GOES TO VISIT PARENTS. Mrs. J.'C. Jackson, 726 Summer street has gone to Villisca, Iowa, to spend a month or six weeks with relatives and friends. . DEBORAH AID SOCIETY. The Deborah Aid society of the First Christian church w-111 meet at the home of Mrs. Primmer, 641 Flummer avenue, Thursday afternoon, May 7. All members are urged to be present. BIG WARSAW WEDDING. The date of the wedding of Bertha Irene Chapman, daughter of the Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, and the Rev. Co lumbus P. Goodson, whose engage ment has already been announced, has been set for June 2 and will take place in the First Presbyterian church of Warsaw. Rev. Chapman is quite well known by several Lake county clergy men. Briefs. Miss Cora Winters is spending her week's vacation in East Chicago. Mrs. Lewis of East Chicago, was a visitor in Hammond today. Mrs. L. Ford and daughter went to Valparaiso yesterday to spend a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have returned to their home in Oak Park, 111., after vis iting friends in Hammond for a few Mrs. Harold Hillman is spending a few days with relative sin Monterey, Ind. Miss Agnes Hill of Grasselll Is ex- Dested tonight to be the guest of friends for the Sodality party. Miss Sylvia Stickler is reported to be ill at her home in East Hammond. Mrs. Mary Sayles of Gary, is spend ing the day visiting in Hammond. F. O. Hodson of Gary transacted busi ness in Hammond today. C. C. Smith of East Chicago was a visitor in Hammond today. Mr. and Mrs. John Agnew are spend ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs Micholson of Crown Point. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kunert and family have returned from Toleston where they spent Sunday with friends and relatives. Mrs. Emma Borman of Toleston, spent yesterday visiting friends in Hammond. Mrs. Hoover of State Line street, has gone to Monon, Ind., for a visit with relatives. Miss Arlie Tieche visited friends in East Chicago yesterday, afternoon. Miss Mae Hansen was the guest of friends in East Chicago yesterday af ternoon. Attorney W. J. McAleer was in East Chicago today on business. Miss Hazel Schofield has returned to her home in Chicago after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Giles Warner of Carroll street for a few days. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Koch of Hammond, twin daughters. Mrs. J. Apoll of Hammond has gone to Kramer, Ind., to commence a series of treatment at Mudlava. She will be gone from Hammond for a few weeks. Attorney John M. Stinson has re turned from Indianapolis where he has been the past few days on business. Mrs. Pancost of Rensselaer returned home this morning after a short Visit with relatives in Crown Point and Hammond. Mrs. Thomas B. Brennan was the COOK BOOK PEACHES. paste It la a blank book cr on a card FEARFUL GRIMES SHOCKS ViORLD LaPorte Digging Up Fiend ish Work of Mur derers. LaPorte, Ind., May 6. (Special) The developments in the LaPorte Gunness murder situation, are of such a hor rible nature that they beggar descrip tion. The crime takes rank with that of Holmes of Chicago "and the Benders of Kansas, and Indication are that be fore the investigation ceases there will be much revealed, that at present has not yet been brought to light. It appears from evidences in hand that almost all the elements that have entered into - the work of the big masters and mistresses of crime in re cent years will be found to be pres ent the marriage, bureau, poison, in surance and arson. Some of the most important develop ments are: The finding of five bodies in addi tion to those burned and found in the ruins, some of them dismembered, and sewed into gunny sacks. These were exhumed. from the barnyard adjoining the Gunnes home. The bodies are sup posed to be those of Andrew Heldgren, a wealthy bachelor of Aberdeen, S. D., who came here in January. Jennie Olson, an adopted daughter of Mrs. Belle Gunness, who disappeared September, 1906, at the age of 18. Dismembered portions of a large man, unidentified. Decomposition had reduced the body to a state that pre cluded recognition. Only distinguish able features, black mustache and black hair. Two unidentified children apparently about 12 years of age. There are several more suspicious looking places about the grounds which will be investigated by the diggers. Here are a few of the questions La Porte Sherlock Holmes are asking themselves and each other: Did Lamphere assist Mrs. Gunness in running a private murder asylum? Did he then set fire to her house through jealously and burn her and the children? Did Mrs. Gunness set fire to the house herself and flee, weaving another body to bet taken for hers? Did Jenny Olson go to California to school, or was she murdered by Mrs Gunness? Who helped her murder Heldgren, if she did so? Whose ar the children found buried in the barnyard. Who was the man with black hair and mustache who was dismembered and buried? guest of her mother, Mrs. Swift, in Chicago yesterday. Mrs. James Mead is spending a few days with relatives and friends in Rensselaer. Mrs. Lou Morris and Miss Maud Smith are visiting in Chicago today. Mrs. F. B. Olwin is visiting In Chi cago today. Mrs. Learning returned to her home in Mulberry, Ind., this morning after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clark Learning of South Hohman street for a few days. Mrs. Charles Kasson is spending the day with Mrs. John Pepperdine in Woodlawn. Mrs. W. C. Wells of Kouts, Ind., who is spending a few days 'with her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Sprague, went to Chicago today to visit Mrs. T. F. Spellman. Mrs. Abe Cohn is spending the day with friends in Chicago. Mrs. A. J. Willitts left Hammond to day for Chicago where she will mako her home in the future. Dr. Willitts has been elected to the faculty of the Northwestern Medical school. Miss Lena Dremstedt attended the funeral of a relative in Chicago yes terday. Mrs. George W. Lawrence and daugh ter, Mrs. W. Ray Hatch, went to Lowel this morning for a short visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Charles Stewart and daughters of Whiting, were the guests of friends here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller and daugh ter, Hazel, of Whiting, spent Sunday with friends in Hammond. Miss Nellio Powell has returned to her home in Hegewisch after spend ing a few days with friends here. George Millen was in Hegewisch to day on business. Mrs. E. F. Johnston is spending the day visiting in Chicago. Miss Rabe has returned to her home in Chicago Heights after visiting Mrs John Busche at her home in Morton court. Calumet Lodge of Odd Fellows meet tomorrow evening at I. O. O. F. hall. Moltke lodge meets on the following night in the same hall. GEOVEE CLEVELAND EEPOETED IMPEOVING. Lakewood, X. J., May 0. "I am happy to mny that Mr. Cleveland in saining steadily. We have no desire to keep the facts of his condition from the public. Why should wet We shall make no plans for returning to Princeton for the present." The wife of ex-Prenldent Cleveland thns responded today to a note of Inquiry sent to her by a re ported. It was learned, however, that Mrs. Cleveland is mere optimistic than either. Dr. Bryant or Dr. Lockwood, both of whom are constant within call. Mrs. Cleveland has not left the bed side of her husband since Sunday. The most noteworthy attention was shown the family when the executive com mittee of hankers "in session here, ap pointed representatives to call at the hotel today. wortn rtememDering, The man who asks to be allowed to explain is sslf-condemnod. Life. DO LIST IS CORRECT Ed McFadden Comes Near est to Getting the Money. The word "female" la Ortt & Towle shoe ad warn the stumbling block for the many people who tried to sup ply the missing words In yesterday's contest. The following Is the list of the miss ing words in yesterday's Issue i Ort & Towle "Female." First National Bank; Hammond "So licit." First National Bank, East Chicago Clias. Frederich "Fireman." Ed McFadden supplied three of the words correctly but fell down on the aslext one in the lot the only that almost everyone else got. This was the word "at." The prize of $2 goes over and the one getting the correct list today gets $3. ll'I GET THEN Ml County Commissioner Says Lake County Can't Build All Roads. County Commissioner Oscar Krinbill said this morning that there have been more petitions In Lake county for gravel roads than the county would be able to build in the next three years. Most of the applications for improved roads have been in the central part cf the county and in the creek town ships. Already Lake county is fam ous all over this part of the country on account of the great mileage of ccuntry boulevards which have been built in recent years and it appears that the good work is still going on. Only the lack of funds will delay the building of the roads. Each township limited in the mileage of country roads it may build by the amount of the taxes which are collected within Its limits. In the northern township where there 3 a great deal of taxable property and where the large number of railroads add to the total assessed valuation there could be built a greater number of roads than are now contemplated but u the country districts where they are n even greater need of good roads they have reached the limit beyond which they may not go and and it will take them threie years to accumulate funds sufficient to cary on the work that is already projected. AT T0WLE,S SUNDAY, MAY 10. "THE MAN FROM MEXICO." The, Man from Mexico," a farce comedy in three acts, will be the at traction at Towle's opera house Sun day night, May 10. It is an American play rar above the average, with a plot or with out a plot wifl be left for the audience to decide, as it is one continuous scream from start to finish There is not a dull moment during the entire performance. Miss Carolyn Lilja, late prima donna of Mr. Henry W Savage "Prince of Pilsen" company and Mr. Powers of Johnny Ray's company is in the cast. AT TOWLE'S FRIDAY, MAY 3, "THE LIOX AND THE MOUSE.'' What will prove a genuine dramatic treat will be the presentation here on Friday night. May 8, at Towle's opera house by Henry B. Harris of the phe nomenally successful play. "The Lion and the Mouse, which is now in its twelfth month of an uninterrupted run at the Lyceum theater, New York, and which has bade new records in the theatrical annals by being the only play to run through an entire summer sea son In New York City without a single break. The Lion and the Mouse" is from the pen of Charles Klein, the author of "The Music Master" and is unanl mously voted by both press and public, the most absorbingly interesting play of the period. Mr. Klein has taken as his theme the political and money interests o the country pitting against them hon esty and social problem. That a single man can amass a fortune of a thousand millions during his life-time is argued in Mr. Klein's play to be Impossible and honestly done. John Burkett Ryder, the central character of the play be lieves that no one has a right or lib erty to interfere in any way with hi collossal schemes and because a judg of the supreme court renders decision unfavorable to his interests, Ryder re moves him from the bench. . Tamper ins wim tne nonesiy ot a suprem court judge brings fortha complica uons or circumstances which as Mr. Klein has woven them holds the in terests of the audience at fever pitch until the last curtain falls. Mr. Harris has selected an excep tionauy nne cast to interpret the role and the play which will doubtless prov me ui aiudnv ocui ui me season beats go on sale Tuesday, May 5. Our Bpeciaity 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. tiasnea ciams with Cream. Hashed Clams on Toast. FISH. Smelts With Tartar Sauce. Yellow Perch Panned, Delmonico Style. tuacK jsass, is rolled. .Boiled Halibut. Egg Sauce. OMELETTES. Oyster Omelette, Green Pepper Omelette. Mushroom Omelette, Spanish Omelette. Egg FoyaE, C. H. HENTJRIX, PROPRIETOa. cla aj"k UAtltf t v mrwn - RRAflGE PLANS -FOB JUIET Hammond Will be One of Stopping Places For Waterway Body. Since yesterday the plans fostered by the Calumet Deep Waterway associa tion for the entertainment of the com mission appointed by Mayor Busse of Chicago, have taken more definite shape. The day for this Important visit from the Chicago commission has not been definitely set, but it is thought that the program can be carried out with in the next ten days. The program agreed to Is for the Chicago board to go by train to Gary, arriving there about 12 o'clock; to in spect the harbor at Gary, then come by boat to Indiana Harbor, taking noon-day lunch on the boat. The In diana harbor and canals will be In spected, thence the party will go by automobiles to Hammond. There, the party will take boats and go up the Calumet river to the crossing of the South Bend railway, thence to Gras selll where automobiles will meet them and take them to some place to be selected later, where dinner will be served promptly at 6 o'clock. The Speakers. - A. M. Turner of Hammond will act s toastmaster at the dinner. Mayor Lawrence Becker of Hammond, Cap tain Norton of Gary, Frank Gavit of Whiting, II. W. Lee, South Chicago, George W. Ross, East Chicago, Judge M. C. Hembroff, president of the Calumet Deep Waterway association, and C. W. Hotchkiss, representing rail road interests, will speak. Also mem bers of the commission will speak. It Is considered that this event will be an important one with respect to the decision of the board on the har bor and dock questions of Chicago This is the board that was recently appointed by Mayor Busse to examine into and report on these questions. The following gentlemen have been named as a committee to receive the board and to show them the Calumet district: Hammond Messrs. Lawrence Beck er, John Dyer, Jacob bcnioer, A. fli, Turner and William Gostlin. Gary Homer J. Carr, Captain Nor ton, Mayor Knotts. Indiana Harbor Judge T. M. C. Hem broff, E. V. Walton, George W. Ross. East Chicago Mayor Edward De Briae, G. W. Lewis, Dr. Schleiker. Whiting Mayor Fred J. Smith, Frank Gavit, Charles Davidson. OFFICIALS IN HEATED ARGUMENT. (Continued from page 1). eour tax titles was passed, having: for Its third reading last been up night. The city controller's monthly report for the month of April was read and approved and showed the following totals: Cash on hand March 1 $ 7 019.81 Collections for March 14,984.03 Total debit 22,003.89 Expenditures 11,240.65 Cash balance 10,763.24 Finance Board. ' After the regular session of the council the city finance board went in to session to hearing the reports from the various banks In the city of Ham mond relative to the accrued interest on the principle of city's money de posited in them. HOUSEHOLD WORRIES i i There is Not the Slightest Need For Some of Them Existing in Hammond. The. average mother finds sufficient annoyance and worry performing the ordinary duties in the rearing-or a family, but the cares and anxiety are dnnblfri whpre there Is added to or dinary conditions that of weakened kidnevs in a juvenile member of the o,ii,. titu- tr iira, it siirmirt Vi nf untold value to Hammond mothers, Read this: tuvh wmiam Tsipwtrm. of 240 Plum - mer avenue, Hammond, Ind., says: "My daughter, who Is twelve years of age, was troubled for several years with weak kidneys and I wish to tell how grateful we are to Doan's Kidney Pills for the relief they brought. She had but little appetite, and from healthy, happy child, became weak and puny in a short time, due to the suf- fering caused by this disease. After the first box; of Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at BIcknell & Co's. drug store were taken we noticed that she was much brighter and stronger and we continued giving them to her until the disagreeable symptoms of this disease had entirely disappeared. She is now in excellent health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Millburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. FORMER HAMMOND MAN LOCATED IN BOSTON. Attorney J. A. Hawkins Engaged . Succ?8sful Work In the Hast. in Attorney J. A. Hawkins, formerly member of the Lake county bar, is now located in Boston. Mass., where he is engaged in the practice of law. Mr. Hawkins has written to Hammond friends that he Is quite successful and very much pleased with his prospects. Mr. Hawkins left Hammond four years ago and will be remembered also as prominent in local amateur theatri- cals. His "Swiftwind" in "Northern Lights' being equal to any professional 'vrole ever seen In Hammond - Towle Ope ONE NIOHTONLY unday May lOth B. M. GARFIELD PRESENTS . . The Funniest Farce Comedy ever written, with a Superb Cast including Carolyn Lilja, late Prima Donna of the Prince of Pilsen Company. Prices, 25c, 35c5 50c and 75c THURSDAY, MAY 7, THE NEW KLLE0Y-BEITT0N MELODRAMA WITH A MUSICAL FLAVORING. The Candy Kid With Mr. Ray Raymond and 30 Others Hin Scenic Show AVr Musical Hits SUCCESS EVERYWHERE! THE BON-BON GIRLS' CHORUS. . The Play of 1 1 A Different Sort! j J PRICES: 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. JOHN T, COIVISERS, Manager Sunday, Mon, Tries, and Wed. May 3, 4, 5 and 6. THE KILR0Y-BRITT0N CO. INTRODUCE RAY RAYMOND The Talented Singing Comedian, and a Splendid Company in the New Musical Mela-Drama. The Candy Kid The Only One. The Real One. A GREAT BIG MUSICAL DRAMATIC DELIGHT. THE BON-BON GIRL'S CHORUS. SPECIAL SONGS. SCENERY PRODUCTION PRICES: Week Nights and Wed. and Sat. Mat. 10, 15, 20, 9 POLICE COURT. FRANK ON A BENDER. Frank Arndf, a laborer, left the wine press, as you might call it, yesterday with d. bun that was strong enough to stand alone. Officer at State and Hohman streets, invited Frank to the booby hatch. "One dollar and costs," said Judge McMahon sententiously today. PETER IN DIRE DISGRACE . At the corner of State and Hohman streets last night, a bibulous gentle man, whose family name was Maynay- okl, was confronted by a heartless cop who insisted in being his escort. Peter which was Mr. M's front name, ob jected severely and declared he would die before entering the bastile. But there's where he sits all day and Judge McMahon has fined him fl and costs, footing up $11. WHO OWNS THIS? The attention of the police has been called to a hut on State Lline. near the te Lline, near the is hatched with C. J. railway, which straw and said to be frequented by a gang of "West Hammond lads. The boys are evidently in training for a wild 1 west life, if half the stories told of them are true. DE BOW'S CHICKS GONE Lon DeBow s chicken dinners may now be a thing of the past if he doesn't -al learn who- got his birds. Mr. DeBowgree work In the Blue Lodge. There who will be remembered as a Hammond police officer ana wno is now cruel or. police at the united States Metals Re- ) fining company, reported at the station today that his chickens had been stolen, I The safe way to keep chickens now a-days Is to chain 'em to the bedpost at night. A CRUEL DRIVER. The attention of the police was called to the fact yesterday tnat a norse and wagon, belonging to Markof Bros., 3002 Union avenue, had ben standing In front of the place all day without any care. The outfit was taken to the po lice station and put in a local livery ! stable. MAYOR KNOTTS ON VISIT. Mayor Tom Knotts, of Gary, was a visitor at the police station today and Incidentally told Chief Rimbach a few a things about Gary. The question of the Gary poor and the way they are treated came up for discussion and a number of officers stood around and drank in the pearls of wisdom that fell from the official's lips. Desk' Sergeant Charles See said he would rather drink in bock, however. Excursion May 10 via Michigan Cen I tral to Chicago, 30 cents round trip. Train leaves. 8:55 a. m., returning same i3&y. r 3 Oi&s from CO Friday Night, May 8 HENRY B. HARRIS PRESENTS TUB GREATEST AMERI CAN PLAY OP THE CEXTUUY The Lion and the Mouse BY CHARLES KLEIN AUTHOR OF "THE MUSIC MASTER" TPTP.n cast axd -PRODUCTION THAT HAS BEEN ENJOYED IN THIS STERLING DRAMA FOR OYER TWO YEARS. Reserved Seats $1.50-$1.00-75c-50o SOUTH CHICAGO THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 7, 8, 9. THE SWEDISH DIALECT COMEDY "Tilly Olson" WITH Jjjmily jjrickson Greene AS THE FUNNY SWEDE GIRL Supported by a Strong- Company A COMEDY-DRAMA OF THE NORTHWEST. Played Over 100 Nights in Chicago. SEE SWEET (SWEDE) TILLY OLSON, SHE BANE SO YOLLY" Sunday Mat; 15, 25, 35. 50c 25c. Boxes 35c. Sunday Night, 25, 35, 50, 75c. LODGE WOKK The arrangement committee Eagles will meet this evening. of the There lw; important busines before this com mittee, owing to the state convention that will be held in Hammond on May 13th and 14th. Eureka Camp Modern TYoodmen held their regular meeting in Huehn hall, last night. Several candidates have made application for membership and they will receive the initiatory degree at the next meeting. Pioneer Council Royal League will hold Its regular meeting tomorrow evening at K. of P. hall. The initiatory degree will be conferred upon a number of new members. The initiatory degree upon several new members in Hammond Tent K. O. T. M. which should have taken place this evening has been deferred for an other week or two. The regular meet ing will be held, however, this evening. St. Joseph's Court "W. C. O. F. held Its regular meeting this afternoon. New applications are coming In regularly in this lodge and there are three can didtes who await the first degree. The True Kindred hold their regular meeting next Monday evening. Several applications are up for consideration and will be disposed of at this meet ing. The Royal Arch degree will be con ferred in the chapter this evening. On ! Friday night there will be second de Win be no WOrk in the Comrnandery next Monday evening. Unity Council K. of C. is planning a series of "good times." The first wiir be a house warming which may take place next week. In the following week there will be a social to which the public will be invited. The regular meeting for this week was held last Monday night at which time more new members were voted into the lodge. There will be a regular business meeting of the Elks tomorrow evening. At this time the lodge will consider several new applications for member ship. Progressive Court No. 166 Tribe of Ben Hur will meet in Weis hall this evening. All members are urgently re quested to be present. DR. A. J. WLLLITS MOVES TODAY TO CHICAGO. Dr. A. J. TVIllits, 33 Webb street, who a short time ago received a chair in the Northwestern university medical school faculty, Chicago, is movttig to Chicago today. His future home will be at 5655 Calumet avenue, and he will open up an office at Indiana ave nue and Fifty-fifth street. Dr. Willits will continue to practlca his profession in addition to perform ing the duties entailed by Ma new po sition with the university.