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"Wednesday, Nov. 1, l'Jll.
Notice Skating at the Whiting
, Rink every .Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday evenings and Sunday afternoon
and evening:. l-3t
'"Xl-Ast Saturday evening; the home of
f'. and Mrs. Charles Johns, on Magoun
sonue, was besieged by influential and
prominent friends of theirs from Chi
cago and this city, to the number of
forty. This classical gathering was in
the form of a surprise party and had
been quietly planned for some time,
and it was only by a mere mishap that
they were found at home, as Mr. Johns
had made arrangement to preside at
another meeting to be held the same
evening ,so he had to make use of the
wire and state his position and regret
ing his Inability to attend the meet
ing with the usual apology. The par
ty had taken opportunity of the Hal
lowe'en tide to play their surprise upon
this much-respected host and hostess,
and ( well did they accomplish their
plans. The merrymakers also had fully
prepared to have a pleasant time. X.
T. Howells of the Illinois Steel plant
rail department was called upon to pre
sent the host and hostess on behalf of
those present with a token of their
respect and appreciation of their many
kindness. The host was the recipient
of a beautiful silver mounted walking
cane and the hostess was prevented
with a very useful hot water copper
lamp and kettle. Mr. Johns, on behalf
of his "wife and himself, expressed
their appreciation for the kindness
shown them. Yet he did not know for
anything he had done above the or
dinary duty towards each other. Quite
a number of the guests then addressed
the meeting, and each one spoke in
strong terms as to the good qualities
of Mr. and .Mrs. Johns. Songs and
were the diversions for the rest of the
evening, and the singing of Mr. M. J.
Parr, late of this city, but now of
Chicago, was super-excellent. r. T.
Howells and T. M. Richards also enter
tained the crowd with their fine tenor
voices. A sumptuous mid-night feast
followed the feast of song, to which alt
did justice to themselves and that pre
pared for them.' It is pleasing to note
that this gathering only goes to show
V"" Mr. and Mrs. Johns are held In
tqlj esteem of their numerous friends.
Among those present from Chicago
were Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Howells. su
perintendent at the rail department of
the Illinois Steel plant; Mr. and Mrs.
Kvan Morgan, builder and contractor;
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas, another of
ficial of the Illinois plant; Mr. and Mrs.
James Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Ander
son. Mr. and Mrs. Outerbridge. Mr. and
Mrs. Ir. Tansey, Mrs. M. Kimball, Mr.
and Mrs. M. V. orse, Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Harries. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones,
Mr. William M. Price, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Parr of th iscity, Mr. nad Mrs. K. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Burquist and other"-
The Crowd Skates at East Chicago
Rink every night. l-4t
The Hallowe'en entertainment given
at the residence of Mrs. George Reuss.
Beacon street and Wegg avenue, was
one of the most attractive of all the
Hallowe'en festivities given In East
Chicago. There were about thirty-five
present, all In costume and masked,
and sone pf the costumes were quite
elaborate. s Prizes were offered for the
funniest and the most beautiful make
ups, the former going to Miss Cohen,
who was dressed as an old maid, "wear
ing a dress similar to those worn
a generation ago, and composed of an
old-fashioned skirt and basque. She
wore with this a funny little hat and
side curls and her make-up was com
pleted by a bird cage which she car
ried with her constantly. Mrs. Chas.
R. Dunlap took the prize for the pret
tiest costume, this being of yellow
crepe paper trimmed In pumpkin faces
done in stencil. With this a black
sash was worn. There was a guessing
contest, which was won by Miss Es
pend of Chicago, who is Miss Cohen's
The house as most elaborately and
quaintly decorated. There were big
pumpkins for Jack o'lanterns, and
besides. A very enjoyable time was
given me cnuaren, wno nau Deen asKea
to come masked and in costume. The
decoratlnos were autumn leaves and
Jack-o'-lanterns, a pretty feature being
the full moon which shown amid
branches of autumn leaves in the hall.
The centerpiece on the table was a
large pumpkin. The refreshments con
sisted of douglvnuts, apples, bananas
and red lemonade. I
Chief Leo MoCormaok returned this
morning from Jefferson, Ind., where he
went to take some prisodners. On his
return he stopped at Ne. wAlbany.
Miss Adeline Delxitell of New Albany
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCor
maik at their Beacon street home.
The Pinochle club is meeting this
afternoan with Mrs. Moses Silverman
of Chicago avenue.
The Eastern Star has a regular meet
ing scheduled for tomrorow night.
There will be no initiations, the work
which had been announced for this
meeting having been postponed until
Anumber of East Chicago people will
go to Indiana Harbor this evening to
attend the Hallowe'en function to be
given there by Mrs. Ernest Summers.
The Alumni of the East Chicago higlt
school will entertain with a play to
morrow evening at Berry's theatre.
The comedy to be presented is entitled
"Cntangling Ton." There are uilne
young women and young men in the
cast, these being Misses Celia Cohen,
Leila Mercer, Ijiuira Weydert, Edith
Evans, Belle Donovan, Flossie Pickard,
Tom Henry. Will ('adman and Melvin
Hascall. The Hammond quartet will
Mrs. Clinton YV. Ivtle of Beacon
street and her two puests. Misses Helen
McTighe of Pittsburg and Miss Lau
rine Rankin of Sharon, Pa., went to
Woodlawn today to take luncheon with
friends. The party will afterward at
tend the matinee. Miss McTighe will
leave tomorrow for Pittsburg.
IP O IPS
Kewanee Star, Bested in 12 Rounds.
Appears to be Through as Topnbtcher
The Crowd Skates at East Chicago
Rink every night. l-u
The Scottish society of Indiana Har
bor spent a very enjoyable evening on
Thursday last at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Golder, on Drummond street.
Although the night was very Inclement,
It proved no deterrant to the local
Scots, who turned out In sufficient
numbers to "rather crowd the homo of
Mr. Golder. After the business of the
meeting was over, whlt-h was of Im
portance, and which by unanimous vote
homologated the action of the present
ation committee. The members enjoyed
themselves in their usual hearty man
ner in the dance. Mrs. Emma Ritz, a
visitor at Mr. Golder's home, although
not a Scot, thoroughly enjoyed the en
tertainment. A sumptuous refreshment
was provided for the guests by the
host and hostess, to which the mem
bers did ample justice. It was an
nounced that the next meeting will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph L. Johnstone, Drummond street,
at which the business of a public enter
tainment and" dan fee will be brought
up. The meeting was brought to a
close by the singing of "Auld Lang
Syne" by the company.
Notice Skating at the Whiting
Rink every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday evenings and Sunday afternoon
and evening. l-3t
The Ladles' Aid of the Swedish
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Henry Johnson, 5011 Magoun avenue,
tomorrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Ev
erybody welcome. ,
The Willing Workers will meet at
the home of Mrs. J. W. Anderson next
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clck. All
members are requested to be present.
(, The Round Table club's Hallowe'en
party last evening was one of the most
delightful of all the Hallowe'en events
glventhis season in Indiana Harbor.
The affairs was fos the members and
their husbands Kril all were asked to
come dressed in hno.ren's costumes.
Tne party was held at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. A. ti. Lundquist. which
Boston, Mass., Nov. ). Bob Moha was
awarded the decision over Billy Papke,
the once great Illinois Thunderbolt,
after twelve rounds of wrestling, hug
ging and rough work at the Armory A.
A. last night. The clubhouse was
crowded from pit to dome with a crowd
that was disappointed with a mediocre
Moha had clearly the better of the
milling, but those present did not like
the looks ot the battle, and several
times there were cries of "Fake." In
the last round the spectators yelled for
the timekeeper "not to ring the bell,"
ana it apepared as if the twelfth ses
sion, went long over the regulation
three minutes. Papke butted Moha In
the second round and Bob's head bled
profusely all the way from this concussion.
The referee warned the men in the
fifth round that they would be obliged
to conform more, to the rules, and aft
er that the fighting was cleaner, al
though in the sixth round the men
wrestled all the way, with very few
blows being struck. Moha landed al
most at will in the seventh round,
Papke stalling all the way in this pe
riod. The eighth round was full of
real fighting and probably was the best
ittl PPIII RAPH IQ niVI THP EUlADEfET I
LU IlLULUnUII IU Ull MIL mmmu
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was decorated with a great many Jack
there were quantities of red autumn 'lanterns, horns, black cats and ev-
leaVes. In the parlor the windows i erythlng that was needed to give the
wer all draped with witch paper,, and correct itimophere. The refreshments
thftaining room was in yellow, the v?re pumpkins, ooughr.uts and cof-
re?. xne early part of the evening was
davoted to games characteristic of the
"'Says of real sport," an-J later an ex
cellent program was given. There
were charming talks by the presi
dent, Mrs. George Summers, and the
vice president, Mrs. E. V. Walton, and
Mrs. Nels Stenberg recited. Mrs. C. P.
llolway contributed a comic song and
speech and Mr. Lundquist and Newton
Hembroff gave talks., Last but not least
came the surpirse of the evening, when
Mrs. Osmer in schoolgirl frock and
vraiiym a. j euuy jjear out a very
clever stunt. Mr. Henry Rudolph, as a
football hero, - and Ernest Summers,
dressed as a cavelier, won much ad
miration for the completeness of their
costumes. Just after the refreshments
soiT1Wf riend, ' too considerate to per
petrate his Joke before, called up the
Lundqutet home and broke the tragic
i.ews that Frank Callahan's automobile
had been stolen by mischievous boys.
Mr. Callahan left the party in frantic
haste to find that it was all a joke
The message caused consternation and
excitement enough to have satisfied
even the cruel joker, had he been pres
ent. " -
The Methodist Ladies' Aid society
will meet at the home of Mrs. Benja
min Roop, 380i Fir street Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Timmins and Mrs.
George Roop will assist in entertaining.
Miss Pluma Buckmaster and Miss
Kdna Bennett entertained the Em
broidery club and other invited guests
on Monday at therl home with Mrs
Gertrude Hlnesly, Ivy street. Hal
lowe'en stunts were the principal feat
ure of the evening's entertainment.
Class No. 7 of the Christian Sunday
schobl will be entertained this evening
at the home of Mrs. Fulmer, 163 'J
windows being hung In yellow crepe
paper, while immense yellow pumpkin !
blossoms added to the effect. Just off i
the hall a booth had been fixed up to j
represent an Indian camp, with a
pumpkin for illumination purposes and'
hung with blankets. In this was a
fortune teller, who amused the guests
by telling their fortunes with cards.
After the games had been indulged in,
the carpets were taken up and dancing
was enjoyed,. The Virginia reel was
danced and contributed a great deal to
the merriment. The refreshments con
sisted of pumpkin pie, doughnuts, can
dy: and cider.
Mrs. C. C. Smith's annual Hallowe'en
party was. as usual, much enjoyed.
There was music, a big supper and
the children Indulged in all manner of
games peculiar to the season. The ta
ble had -for a centerpiece a pupmkln
Jack-o'-lantern banked around with
fruit and vegetables and the rooms
were edcorated with black cats, witches
nndothe ror naments significant of
Mrs. T. E. Williams will entertain
the Eembroidery club this evening.
The Tuesday Reading club entertain
ed the husbands of members last night
at a Hallowe'en party, the event tak
ing place at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Jacobs. There wer.j about forty per
sons present and a most enoyable time
was had. The old-fashioned "spell
down' was the main feature of the
evening, the contest being won by
Mrs. William Meade. A box luncheon
was served. each member having
l brought with her enough refreshments
for two. The ladies, made coffee in
the kitchen to accompany the cold
luncheon. There were decoratioTis of
autumn leaves and pumpkins. Mrs.
Charles Fichter gave a very fine report
rf the federation meeting at Indianap
olis. Mrs. Gwilym Jones of Beacon street
is suffering from an attack of tonsi
Mrs. Atyea and Mrs. Harry Johnson
entertained J the Thimble and Sunbon
net clubs Monday evening.
Miss Claribel Wright entertained
with a Hallowe'en parts- at. her home
n Beacon street last night.
Mrs. Harry McCoy and Mrs. Leo Mc
Cormack were hostesses at a children's
party at the home of the former last
BOY IS KILLED
Burlington, 111., Nov. 1. Loui3
Luthy, fifteen years old, a pupil at
South Boundary School died yes
terday aa a result of Injuries sus
tained In a football scrimmage two
weeks ago. He was Injured on the
hip, an abscess forming, and
blood poisoning developed. .
LIATT WELLS TO GO !
BACK TO LONDON
New York, Nov. 1. Matt Well,
champion lightweight of England, will
sail for home on Friday. This puts an
end to the possibility of his meeting
Packey McFarland. A match was made
for Madison Square Garden at 135'
pounds, but the fight could not be held
because the club lost Its license. An
other match was then arranged, but
Wells' manager discovered 135 pounds
period of the contest. The ninth,
tenth, eleventh and twelfth rounds
The crowd looked for a hurricane fln
sh and was "pulling" hard for a slash
ing windup. It failed to get it, and
that is why they wanted the timekeep
er to prolong the' contest.
The battle put up was a big disap
pointment to the great crowd, which
had looked foY the best battle of the
year. The men were fairly well match
ed in weight. Moha was a bit shorter,
but was broader, and so there was no
decided advantage for either man.
Moha landed a stiff uppercut toward j
the close of the second round that
seemed to take a great deGl of wind
from the sails of the Thunderbolt.
While the eighth round was a fast one
yet It was clearly in Molia's favor. Ev
ery round was Bob's except possibly
the first, which was even. The deci
sion easily went to Mora. He earned
it from the second roirnd on.
. It was the poorest exhibtlon ever
given by Papke here, who up to this
FIASCO M .MUNCIE
Police Called When Angry
Bugs Demand Return
Muncie, Ind., Nov. 1. The fight game
in Muncie. apparently on its last legs
for several months, during which time
it has been a losing venture, last night
, was left without legs, when Andy Beze
i nah of Cincinnati, and Freddie Cole of
Indianapolis, advertised as headllners
on a light bill that included three
bouts, refused to go on until the mon
ey guaranteed them had been put up.
This falling, they took trains for home.
Ughting Dan Davis of Montpelier,
and Rube Wenner of Lima, O., also re
fused to fight; Walter Williams of
t Muncie and Harry Wade of Indlana
i polls fought two rounds, but Wade was
$50,000 PRIZE UP
FOR 500-MILE RACE
-i Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 1. -The
second annual 500-mile internation
al sweepstake auto race, in which
nearly all the greatest racing cele
brities on" both sides of the Atlantic
will participate, will be run at the
Indianapolis motor speedway May
30 of. next year. The general plan
will be the same as on last Me
morial day. The number of staVt
ers will be limited to thirty. The
prizes Will total $50,000.
Davis cup sail from Vancouver for
Track meet of Waco Automobile
club, Waco, Texas.
Annual bench show of Norfolk-
Portsmouth Kennel club, Norfolk,
would not suit his man and refused to
carry out . the agreement, which was
In this cltv. Those who :' at tuJ- 80 lad!y ""'assed that the fight was
ringside and watched Papke closely ar6 !
of the opinion that his days as a top
notch fighter are over. j
stopped. It being apparent that Wil
liams could put him out at will.
When announcement was made In the
ring that the fights were off an Indlg-
nant crowd surrounded the box office
and demanded its money back, but '
those present were told that if they '
presented their coupons today at a lo-!
cal cigar store they would be honored, i
t. ... . . . . I 1 ..... .
. a crowa later invtne evening surround- 9
ea tne cigar store
Eddie McGoorty vs. Jack Dll-
Ion, ten rounds, at Indianapolis.
Opening of annual fall golf
tournament of the Country Club
of Atlantic City.
Seventh futurity (field trials),
at Hutsonville, 111.
Reliability contest of the Quak-
er City Motor club, Philadelphia.
Ad Wolgast vs. Matt Wells, ten
rounds, at the Madison A. C, New
Ten-mile championship ' of the
A. A. U. at Celtic Park, New York
Phoenix road races, Maricopa
Automobileclub, Los Angeles. Cal.
Harvard - Princeton football
game at Princeton, N. J.
Yale-New York university foot-
ball game at New Haven, Conn.
Pennsylvania - Carlisle football
game at Philadelphia.
Cornell - Williams football
game at Ithaca, N. Y.
Army - Georgetown football
game at West Point.
Navy-North Carolina A and M.
football game at Annapolis.
Chicago - Minnesota football
game at Minneapolis.
Michigan - Syracuse football
game at Ann Arbor, Mich.
Illinois - Purdue football game
at Urbana, 111.
Vanderbilt - Georgia football
game at Nashville, Tenn.
FORBES GETS SCRAP
IN NEW ORLEANS
New Orleans, Nov. 1. The West End
A. C. may match Harry Forbes and
Chalky German, the St. Louis bantam
weight, for ten rounds on Nov. 6. Gro
ver Hayes has been matched to meet
Frankie Burns of California here for
twenty rounds on Nov. 11.
$10 to $100
Advanced for your winter
needs. Now Is the time to
buy your coal, clothing and
provisions pay cash and
avoid the raise in price
which Is sure to come. If
you are short of "Ready
Cash" to do this, come to us,
we have It for your asking.
Hammond Loan Go
569 Hohman Street.
Phone 217. JJ
Ed Reulbach. Cub pitcher, for years
the terror of the National heague bats
men, is on the market. He may be the
first of the veteran corps of slabmen
that Manager Frank Chance will trade
or sell in a desperate effort to build up
his pitching staff for the season of
Chance before he left practically ad
mitted that he would trade Reulbach
during the winter if It were possible
to get the man he wanted in exchanges
A trade is more probable than a sale.
as Chance wants pitchers more than
the club wants the money.
Reulbach has been of little or no
help to the club for the past two
years. Ever since he returned from
southern training trip in 1910 to the
bedside of his little boy. ill with diph
theria, which disease the pitcher also
contracted, he has been a disappoint
ment to Chance.
In 1910 Reulbach's poor showing was
attributed to his Illness. It was said
the antitoxin he had been forced to
take had made him unfit for pitching
for a year. So when the 1911 fight be
gan much was expected of this once
great slab artist. But he failed again.
He was off his stride ail season and
was. used only when Chance had no
body else to send to the mound.
Even In Reulbach's good years,
which began In 19005 and ended with
1909, he was at times an erratic twirl
er. Always early In the season he was
as wild as a hawk anj practically use
less. After about the first of July In
each race, however, he would become
one of the greatest pitchers in the
game, sometimes winning as many as
thirteen or fourteen straight games for
If Reulbach had been as good this
year as Chance had expected, the Cubs
might have annexed their fifth pennant
under the P. L.'s handling. But Ed
Reulbach failed, failed miserably, and
it is known that Chance figures it is
time to give him a change of pasture.
When Chance was asked before he
left for the coast if he Intended to keep
Reulbach and Cole he said:
"Cole will stay with the team. He
was sick early this season and I at
tribute his poor work to that. He nev
er fully regained his health. At that
he pitched some good
my pitchers. I expect
good next year as he was his first sea
son with us. As for Reulbach, I don't
know Just what 1 11 do. He may "not
stay with the team.
Which was enough to show that the
P. L., although he did not care to be
quoted as saying so directly, intended
to trade Reulbach if he saw a chance
to make an advantageous deal.
MOTOISTS HIT FAIR
ROADS IN OHIO
the proprietor" of
which declared that he had nnthlncr in I
games and led do wltn the announcement and that the '
him to be as ' Promoters of the fights had used his'
name in order to get away from respon- j
sibility. The police were called to the I
store to put down threatening, trouble.
j Many persons who came from out
town and who gave up money to see
j the fights were in the crowds demand
; ing that their cash be returned,
i While the pay crowd at the rins-sldn
was small there were many notables In
the pugilistic line there. Ray Bron
son, the Indianapolis welterweight, was
on hand to referee the bout, and Beae
nah was accompanied from Cincinnati
by a retinue of devotees. Even Chi
cago sent some. But Muncie and sur
rounding territory only sent a few,
whlc haccounts for the fiasco.
Reliability Run Participants
Reach Columbus With 4
RETURN TO CUBS
The boys of grades 5 andv6 of the
Washington school with the assistance
of their teachers. Misses Rouse and
Horton. enetrtained the girls of their
clas with a surprise Hallowe'en social.
The party was held in the gymnasium
room yesterday afternoon. After a
number of games had been indulged in.
refreshments were served. A very
jolly Time was had.
The Baptist Ladies Aid meets with
Mrs. Andrew Wickey at her home in
145th street at 2:30 o'clock , tomorrow
evening. All of the Heac-on street j afternoon. ' The members wilf leave the
children had been Invited and a few Harbor ou the car. '
NO CAUSE TO DOUBT
A Statement of Facts Backed by a
We guarantee immediate and positive
relief to all sufferers from constipation.
In every case where our remedy fails to
do this we will return the money paid
us for it. That's a frank-statement of
facts, and we want you to substantiate
them at our risk.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like
candy, are particularly prompt and
agreeable in action, may be taken at
any time, day or night; do not cause
diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive
looseness, or other . undesirable effects.
Theyy have a very mild but positive
action tipon the organs with which they
come In contact, apparently acting as
a regulative tonic upon the relaxei
muscular coat of the bowel, thus over
coming weakness, and aiding to restore
the bowels to more vigorous and
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and ideal for the use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. We cannot
too highly recommend them to all
sufferers from any fofjm of constipation
and its attendant evils. That's why we
back our faith in them with our prom
ise of money back if they do not give
entire satisfaction. Three sizes: 12
tablets 10 cents, 38 tablets 25 cents and
8) tablets 50 vents. Remember, you
can obtain Rexall Remedies - in
Rochester only at. our store. The
Rexall Store. The Lion Store Pharm-
Jacy, Kaufman & olf. Props.
San Francisco, Nov. 1. Orval Over
all, former Cub pitcher, has quit the
game for all time. He made this state
ment here this morning soon after his
arrival In the city from the southern
Columbus, O., Nov. 1. Reachintr fo- part of the state. Overall was told that
lumbus from Cincinnati with scarcely Frank Chance, manager of the Chicago
any mishap, the Chicago Motor club's i c!ub expected to get him to sign up
reliability cars arrived here yesterday ' for tne season of 1912. "I'd be glad to
afternoon. The roads between Clncin-j tallt to Frank," said the big fellow,
natl and Washington Court House, the "but there will be no use ot making
noon control, were not in good condl-' baseball propositions to me. I have
tibn, but when the national pike wasfluit the Karre and intend to be a min
reached the sailing was easy. The de-I ,n man tor tnc remainder of my life."
parture from Cincinnati was made at 6
o'clock and Columbus was reached at
4 p. m.
Nearly every car had a perfect score
for the day's run. The Oldsmobile,
driven by C. H. Winters, hit a post
two miles outside of the noon control
and was held up nearly two hours.
Both the observer and driver came
through without a scratch. The only
damage done was a broken fender and
smashed lamps. Last night the mem
bers of the party were entertained by
the Columbus Automobile club.
Today's run promises to be one of the
most strenuous" of the whole trip. To
ledo will be made as the noon control
and the night will be spent in Detroit.
The roads between this city and Toledo
are not good and the recent heavy
rains have made them almost impass
able. The route from Toledo to Detroit
is also in bad condition. The start will
be made at 6:30. Following are the
cars which failed to come through with
Halladay No. 6; Staver No. 9; Velie
104 and National. 106.
Those with the clean scores are:
Moline Nos. 1, 2, 11. 12; Case-Halla-day,
Oldsmobile, Abbott-Detroit. Staver
No. 10. Oakland. Velie. Bergdoll and
raj o d,
Beer of Quality
When it is a question of Beer
There is only one
It' s all good and every glass
the same. No headaches!
Palt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 1. Frank
Gotch won in straight falls from Wil
liam Demetral of Salt Lake last night.
Gotch took the first in 21:00 with a re
verse hammeriock, and the second in
j9:00 with a hammeriock. Yussiff Mah-
mout won from Kmil Rogers of Chir
cago in straight falls.
Cleveland, Nov. 1. Johnny Kilbane,
who recently conquered Joe Rivers and
Frankie Conley on the Pacific coast,
will probably meet Abe Attell in a
twentyj-round fight at New Orleans in
the near future. Kilbane's manager to
day received an offer from a New Or
leans club offering a liberal purse for
the fight and the terms were accepted.
If you smoke a LaVendor once
will always call for them.
S-4 State Street Hammond, Ind.
We Will Open Our
MEW CASH MEAT MARKET
Wednesday, November 1st.
The following are our Prices for our Opening Sale
PORK LOIN ROAST,
PUKK CHOPS, I
per pound C
FRESH PORK SHOULDER, f)
per pound yQ
FRESH PORK BUTTS, 4
per pound I IQ
FRESH SPARE RIBS, f
per pound HH
CHOICE PORK SAUSAGE,
FRESH RAW LEAF LARD,
OUR BEST RENDERED
LARD, per pound
CHOICE VEAL ROAST,
CHOICE VEAL CHOPS,
CHOICE STEWING VEAL,
per pound ,
QUARTERS, per pound....
QUARTERS, per pound....
CHOICE BEEF RIB
ROAST, per pound
CHOICE BEEF POT ROAST,
. per pound
STEAK, per pound
HOUSE STEAK, lb
CHOICE ROUND STEAK,
STRIP STEAK, ,
STEAK, per pound
and GARLIC SAUSAGE,
FRESH BOLOGNA AND
HEAD CHEESE AND
BLOOD SAUSAGE, per lb..
MINCED HAM AND NEW
ENGLAND HAM, per lb.,
NO. 1 SALAMI SAUSAGE,
NO. 1 SUMMER SAUSAGE,
per pound .'.
BEAN PORK, per pound.
OUR BEST BOILED
HAMS, whole, per lb
OUR BEST BOILED HAM,
sliced, per pound
NO. 1 SUGAR CURED
REG. HAMS, per lb.
NO. 1 SUGAR CURED
NO. 1 SUGAR CURED
PICNIC HAMS, per lb..
DRY SALT SIDE PORK,
J. F. JELKE CO. GOOD
BUTTERINE, per lb...
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