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Tuesday, July 17, 1917.
THE TIMES PAGE THREE 11 Women! Stop Corn Pain! . Few Drops and Corns Lift Out Don't Hurt a bit! Cincinnati man discovers drug that works wondersNo humbug! Never let a corn ache twice. EX-PRESIDENT TAFT'S SON, A SOLDIER NOW, GETS FURLOUGH, VISITS FIANCEE Tour high heels have put corns n your toes and calluses on your feet, but why care now? This tiny bottle holds an almost magic fluid. A genius In Clnclnatl dis covered this ether compound and named it freeione. Small bottles of frcezone like here shown can be had at any drug store for a few cents. Never limp or twist your face in pain again, but get a bottle of freezone and apply a few drops on your tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly the soreness disap pears and shortly you will find the corn or callus so shriveled and loose that you can lift It off with the fingers. Just think! Tou get rid of a hard corn, soft corn or a corn between the toes, as well as hardened calluses with out suffering one particle. Freezone Is magic! Genuine freezone Is sold only In these tiny bottles packed in a round, wood case. Don't accept It unless it Is In a round, wood case. Adv. Crown Point Mews Happenings of a Day in Lake County's Lively Capital Dance at Spring Hill Grove. Wednes day evening. July 18th. Good music. 7-14-3 The Hanover Center band gave a fine concert on the lawn of the John Thomas hotel on Sunday e-ening. which was enjoyed by a large crowd of people. Hanover Center can well feel proud of their band, the operatic selections which they played being especially good. A large crowd of sorrowing friends gathered at the farm home on the Niles and Brady farm of the late Thos. Brady on Monday morning when the funeral services were held. The young man was killed by lightning on Friday even ing as he was coming from Leroy. The services were simple and high tribute was paid to this popular young man whose untimely end was a great shock to his family and friends. The body was taken to Momence, 111., for burial. A very severe electrical storm struck Crown Point about 4 o'vlock on Monday morning, the lightning and thunder be ing of long duration. A heavy rain fell, flooding the fields in the low places and playing havoc with the growing corn. Miss Ella Lottes who is employed at the Letz Manufacturing Co. Is spending a two weeks' vacation in Yellowstone Park and other points of interest in Colorado. Mr. Fred Schmidt who Is at the Great Lakes naval station spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Legtmeler on Joliet street. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosch of Wheat field spent Sunday with Mrs. Gosch's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ott. Miss Rose Parker of Chicago spent the week-end with her cousia. Miss Annabell Sherman. Marriage licenses Issued here: Sam Johnldes and Dora Jones. Gary: Albert Edward Drew and Katherine Klmmet, Lowell: John Groat. Griffith. Ind.. and Mvrtle Zvd. Highland. Ind.: Joe Petrinl and Rosle Gold, Crown Point; John Depa and Nellie Lenart. Hammond; Wm. Richardson and Armenta Browning, Gary; Steve Enor and Jelko Doberich. Gary. A new case was filed In the circuit court: 12226 In the matter of petition of Wm. A. Hite and Ann F. Hite for the adoption of Marjorle Jean Hackman (R R. Peddicord). A marriage license was issued on Monday to Joe Petrinl. a barber of Crown Point to Miss Rosle Gold a wait ress, also of Crown Point. Messrs. Studebaker and Weybright, state accountants, who are now work ing In Gary did business in Crown Point on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tompkins of Milwaukee, Wis., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Krinblll on Court street for the rest of the week. 1 ' ajtiS&T mhn new & ill i ---r' -sk ' v (c) E. Kcllogfr Charles P. Taft, 2nd, and fiancee at her home. Charles P. Taft, 2nd, second son of ex-Preaident Taft, recently wu panted a short furlough and spent the time, at the home of his fiancee, Miss Eleanor Kellogg Chase, whose parents live in Newport, R. L Young Taft is a private in the artillery branch of the United States army and u stationed at Fort Myer, Va. Gary, spent Sunday here with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Relplinger, Sr. John Mager has purchased a new five- passenger car. John Schaefer of Chicago, manager of the Dramatic club, was here Saturday and Sunday to assist n the, play. John Schiesser has purchased a Ford roadster. Rev. Wm. Berg left Sunday night for West Baden. He will stay there for a week on account of his health. George Vernicy of Chicago, visited with Mathlas Reder, Sunday. r J 1 Whiting And Ita People 1 - Buy a 950.00 XUfcerty Bond. Bank ot Whltiaff, open 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 8-11 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Vincent of 407 Isew York avenue, have received a most in teresting letter from their grandson. Berhll, who for several years made his home with them here. The young man enlisted some time agoand ls at present In Campany F, First regiment. Connecti cut infantry, national guard. He Is much pleased with army life and has WHEN MARRIAGE IS A FAILURE Surely marriage is a failure when Its essential purpose, the raising of a fami ly of children, proves Impossible. In the chlldess home the married pair, though sometimes more or less uncon sclous of the fact, grow disappointed and lonely. Lacking the best tie to hold them together they are likely to drift apart, hence many separations and di vorces. If every wife, whose physical state prevents motherhood, would but try that great remedy. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, there wou'd be far fewer childless homes. Adv. It Benefits the Most Delicate Skin There is nothing like Her mo Almond Cream for cleansing and softening the 6kin. Women everywhere are delighted with the quick, positive results it produces. It bring9 the natural bloom of health and vigor to the most delicate -skin. now been promoted to acting battalion sergeant major, which is almost as high a rank as an enlisted man can get. Princess theatre tonight. The popular young star, Gladys Brockwell, In "One Touch of Sin." A vigorous play which touches the heart-strings. Also a Jerry comedy. 7-17-1 Do your feet hurt? Find out how to remove bunions and callouses. Free at our store. Thursday, Friday and Satur day. H. Gordon Sc. Son. 7-17-1 M. and Mrs. R. C. Sawyer, formerly of Virginia, but now of Chicago, spent Sunday here as the guests of the Stover family on Ohio avenue. Do your feet hurt. Foot specialist at our store. Thursday. Friday and Satur day. H. Gordon & Son. 7-17-1 Mrs. Harry Stross of 119th street, left yesterday for Barrington, 111., where she will spend a few days visiting her cousin. Ora Jacobus of 421 Fischrupp avenue, and John Srymanskl of Schrage avenue, are two more of our Whiting boys who are doing service In France. " Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hellwig of Ohio avenue, have returned from Mudiavia Springs, the former being much Improv ed in health. Andrew Kammer of St. John, and his son Michael Kammer of Englewood. spent Sunday visiting relatives here. Mrs. Linda Sherwin continues to Im prove at the South Shore hospital in Chicago. Mrs. Augusta Klose and grandchil dren, Doris Jane and R. E. Green, Jr., have returned from Kalamazoo, Mich.. where .hey visited the former's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Green motored over and brought them home. St. Annes Novena will begin tomor row morning at the St. Mary's Church, East Chicago, which will continue for nine days.- The services will be held every morning, high mass at 8:00 o'clock with devotion after the mass, also In the evening there will be devotion at 7:43 p. m. with benediction. Confession will be heard every afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m., also after every evening service. ST. JOHN lirTli II! PJ MERRILLVILLE tClkondtcream Brings Beauty" if used regularly, will remove blackheads, wrinkles and prema tura lines. It contains almond oil, which authorities say is an unusual tissue builder. If you have a sallow, dry skin Try This Treatment Bathe the face every day in cold water, followed by five minutes massage with Hermo Almond Cream. You will notice an im provement almost immediately. This will stimulate the circulation and nourish the tissues. With this treatment you can tone up the muscles, invigorate the skin, and in a short time have a com plexion that everyone will admire. Act Today The sooner you use Hermo Al mond Cream, the sooner you can improve your complexion. So don't hesitate. Get a jar from your druggist or any of the dealers named blow and try It tonight. Hermo Co 542 C 63rd SL, Chicago For Sal Bt Z. O. Wiu Co., Hwunoii. SnuithumaoT. Bast ColeaffO. South Side Drug- Store, East Chicago- Jm K. Kattera. DrnygT.it, wntuag. M Sternberg'. Whittag, im. Ed Loyce was a Chicago visitor sev eral days last week. Mrs. A. Saxton visited with her daughter, Mrs. Cady in South Gary, last Thursday. Miss Maggie Lane of Xew Tork City, was the guest of Mrs. S. Bushore of Valparaiso, the last of the week. She also visted Mr. and Mrs. M. Lennertz. Sunday, returning with them from Val paraiso. Miss Lane expects to leave for her home Tuesday. Miss Mary Burns and Mrs. .T. J. Tier- ney and C. Walters motored to Ham mond, Friday. Word has been received from Ernest Wood from Fort' D. A. Russell that the Twenty-fourth cavalry, expect to leave fro Florida in about two weeks. Mrs. William Jones of Gary, visited her sister, Mrs. J. Kielman the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Engle returned from a six weeks vacation last Friday. Mr. Engle visited the Lennertx, Price and Iddings families while in Montana. George Engle of Chicago, spent Fri day here visiting with his brother and family. Mr. Engle spent four years in the service, but s now a street car con ductor in Chicago. Cora Stoltz is home with her parents. She has been In Crown Point over a year. Mrs. Lydla Zuvers spent Sunday in Chcago Lawn with her daughter. Mrs. G. G. Merrill. Mr. Merrill is in the Chicago Fresh Air hospital with Infected lungs and a nervous breakdown. The attending physcian says he will have to remain there several months. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosenthal of Chicago, spent Sunday evening here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stark. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Boecker are the happy parents of a baby boy, born to them Friday. Among the Hammon- visitors here on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wachter, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schelsser and Miss Margaret Keilman. Mrs. Dinges and son Frank visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lud wig, Sr. Misses Margaret and Rose Ludwig returned to their home in Chicago. Sun day evening after spending a week here with their parents. Arthur Stark is the owner of a flve- passenger Moon touring car. The lightning on Monday morning struck the barn on the old Jergens place a mile and a half southeast of town. and the barn was burned to the ground Math Throme of Chicago. Is visiting for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Ludwig. Jr. Mr. rid Mrs. John Zbieralskl of South Chicago, spent Sunday here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mil ler, Jr. Mrs. Anna Wehner and daughters, Miss Kathryn and Mrs. Joseph Schmel- ter. and children, and tne former's son Paul of Hobart. visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Adler and lamlly of this place. Mrs. Andrew Bohllng spent Monday with her daughter at Dyer. LOWELL Miss Elsie Lott of Franklin Grove, 111., Is visiting 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George V. Peterman. J. E. Caster of Shelby, wan in Lowell yesterday. Sam Fletcher shipped a Shetland pony to New Jersey yesterday morning. Lowell has sent out two more soldiers in the persons of Earl Lee who is In the cavalry hospital corps, and Paul Williams, in the Infantry. Mrs. Otto Braun and children have re turned from a Visit in Chicago. Cleon Wisner. who is serving Uncle Sam. and is located at Fort Snelllng. Minn., is here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wlsrer for a few days. Mrs. V. B. Servies and children, who have been visiting relatives in Craw fordsvllle. returned home last evening. J. J. Simpson and daughter Ethel. went to Chicago last evening to visit their son and brother, Ralps, and fam ily. Mrs. D. L. Hayward og Niles. Mich., after a visit here with her daughter. Mrs. George Foster and family, left for her home yesterday morning. Mrs. Helen Newton who has been vis iting at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Feorge Foster, returned to her home in Chicago yesterday. Miss Azalia Ragon Is visiting her un c:e and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Hur ley, at Valparaiso, this week. far Mens Mailed By U. P Men To Th6 United States fidDip MM Email MdDppeffS Bom Me Lemons Beautify! Strain lemon Julca well before mixing and massage face, neck, arms, hands. (United Press Staff Correspondent.) LONDON, June 30 (by mall). "Why is it after British forces have broken the German lines, as at - Bullecourt. Messines or Vlmy Ridge, they don't push on through?" One of Er gland's foremost strategists was asked this question today. Here is his answer: "The whole process of this year, is a matter of lines of communication. The reason the British offensive seems to nibble a bit at the Hindenburg line In the north and then strike a few days later far to the south. Is the vital necessity of establishing communicat ing lines and of consolidating positions. "When the British move forward after a terrific artillery preparation which has left little of the enemy trenches but powder and corpses, they don't find many Germans there not live ones at least. The Germans know a day or no in advance when a big push Is coming. They can't help it. They fall back to their reserve lines in the rear, and consolidate their guns and men ready for a counter-attack. "The way to stop this counter-attack and hold the advantage we have won is to rush up our heavy guns and be ready to cut them to pieces when they try to 'come back." "I have seen 45 miles of railway laid in three days. Our engineers at the front work night and day end this is largely why when we once get hold of a piece of the- Hindenburg line, we hold on to it. Bulldog tenacity the papers call it, but it's military knowl edge and foresight Just as much. "Furthermore, when the Germans feel sure that a certain spot at which the British have been hammering is about to be attacked, they rush their reserves and guns over to back up that particu lar sector. Then is the time for us to strike somewhere else while they are using all their energy to stop us at another point." GRIFFITH i The Canipnre Girls of Griffith will give a sundae social n the M. E. church basement. Saturday evening, July 21. SCHERERVILLE "A&oiro tbs aassOuvx.' A melodrama In fpur acts will be given i by the Schererville Dramatic club on r.ntrD stI' IndianTk.rbor. Ind. ' Sunday night. July 12. at the New St Klelneman's Pharmacy, Indiana Bar- Michael Hall. Schererville, Ind. nor, latu I invited: iac admission. Bed Star Pnarma-ey, Ind. Tou are 7-17-1 Elmer Tieman of Joliet. spent Sunday here with his parents and friends. Here is told how to prepare an inex- pensive lemon louon, wmui .n u to bring back to any skin tne sww freshness of which it has been robbed by trying atmospheric conditions. Wind- chafe, roughness, tan and redness are warded off and those tell-tale lines of care or of age are softened away. The juice of two fresh lemons strain ed into a bottle containing inree ounces of orchard white makes a whole quar ter pint of the most remarkable lemon skin beautifler at about the cost one must'pay for a small jar of the ordinary cold creams. Care should be taken to strain the lemon Juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp geta in. then this lotjon will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles, sallowness and tan, and Is the ideal skin softener, smoothener and beautifler. Just try it! Get three ounces of or chard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it daily into the face, neck, arms and hands, and see MARSANS TRADED FOR LEE MAGEE CLEVELAND. O., July 17. Lee Ma gee. for whose services the owners of the Yankees paid $22,500 to Harry Sin clair when the Federal league blew up a year ago last winter, is no longer t member of the Tanks. The deal in volving his transfer to the St. Louis Browns In exchange for Ooutflelder Ar mando Marsans wa eclosed Sunday. By the terms of the agreement Owners Ruppert and Huston of the Tanks will assume the difference in contracts. COLUMBIA A. C. TRIMS MURLEYS Wm. Hoeppner twirled . for the Columbia A. C. Sunday. The game was called at 1 o'clock at Harrison park The Columbia A. C. won their second victory. Columbia A. C. would fike to book games with any team from. 14-H Sunday s score was 8-6. For , games phone 1008-J and ask for Wm. Hoeppner, between S and 7 o'clock. ' The Red Cross the symbol of a ause wide as the world and high as Heavea witii all purchases Wednesday. The tremendous crowds of yesterday and today should be doubled. New bargains go on sale every morning. Pack ing cases are now being opened for Wedneo- day's sale i I 111 yesterday evening the C. B. L. court here held their regular mommy meet ing. . . Miss Margaret Keilman or ai. spent Saturday here with reiauves. Joseph Feschel and ramny or cnicagu, . - m i.tli... VtAr n VP r were vne guesis i iciau,v - Sunday. Sunday afternoon the lniant son oi Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hoffman ana ine in fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. irea Baumgartner were baptized at St. Jo seph's church here. Eugene Geiger of Hammona,, visuea with relatives Here over ounaaj. A number of friends of the Chicago Heights White Rocks were out here Sun day afternoon to be present at the game with the D. H. S. team. Dance at Spring Hill Grove, Wednes day evening. July ISth. Good music. . -14-3 Every can of food put up this summer helps .makr food shortage next winter impossible. to feel Fresh and Fit you must keep your stom ach well, your liver active, the bowels regular, and your blood pure. Your physical condition depends on the health of these organs. When anything goes wrong just take a few doses of Beecham's Pills and avoid any serious illness. They are a fine corrective and tonic for the system, and a great help in maintaining good health. A single box will prove the remedial value of 100 Pure Aluminum Tea BMQIkgs - LIKE PICTURE Wednesday Only Regular $3.50 Tea Kettle, made of 18-gauge pure aluminum, double seamed body, cast aluminum spout and heavy plated wire bail with patented hinge which assures a cool handle. Handy Fruit Jar Holder Cook your fruit, etc., right in the jars. We have just re ceived a large shipment of these Jar Holders. On sale in our basement i Hp salesroom at 1 I UL . m L "THE HAMMOND DISTILLING OO. ! Z DAILY CAPACITY 2C.OOO OALLONS 1 rarererpnnnri'n3 : POBILS ISubscrlbe For The Times LarfMt Sal of Ar MadielM fat the WarU. Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Relplinger of tor ypurseir, A4v