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Tuesday, July 17. 1917.
THE TIMES PAGE FIVE I1 1 r SOCIAL NEWS - mm I, i i i i i i i JLmP ' aJ n i 1 COMINO EVENTS. At her home in Clinton street Mrs. Martin Findling will be hostess Wednes day afternoon to the members of the V.. . A. E. club at a thimble party. The Woman's Guild of St. TauTs Epis copal church will be entertained by Mrs. Hugh Morris at her home in State Line street Wednesday afternoon. Circle No. 1 will be entertained by Mrs. Fred Humpfer Thursday afternoon at her home, 16 Rimbach avenuo. Dance at Spring- Hill Grove. Wednes day evening. July ISth. Good music. 7-14-3 The regular meeting of the Indies' ! Aid Society of the First Presbyterian j church will be omitted this week but ! Mrs. John F. Wilhelm. the president, j will be at home to the members who will ; quilt tomorrow, Wednesday afternoon. i An all day session of the Deborah So- i ciety will be held Wednesday at the First Christian church. go-inch 2-ancy Sili Poplins, new sport p'rlpes and figures, latest shades, $1.15 j quality. Mill End sale price, yard. 73c, Lion Store. 7-17-2t j Ft. Alines Xovena 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 7:45 p. m. with benediction. Confession will be heard every afternoon from 3:30 to 5 :S0 p. m.. also after every evening service. Between the hours of one and four p. m. only the Colonial Studio, Xo. 1S6 E. State St.. will make your sitting for our Chanticlcr Panel absolutely free. 7-17-2t The members of the F. E. G. club were The guests of Miss Zoe Bush at a de lightful party last evening at her home in Johnson street. The evening was spent socially with contests and music; following which a dainty luncheon wasj served. Arrangements were made for a i beach rarty ti be given at the Lake j Front. July SOth which the members are. anticipating with a great deal of pleas-) ure. 3B-inch all silk taffeta plaids, stripes j an'1, plain colors, worth to S2.50 per; yard; Mill End sale price, per yard. $1.33 Lion Store. 7-17-2t John T. Dye who is in training at the field hospital at Fort Benjamin Harrison epent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Dye, SOS Johnson street- After his arrival about twenty of his friends surprised him. They spent the evening with con tests following which refreshments wore served. Facial treatments at a reduced price for the next few weeks at the Maxine Bc-auty Parlors, 510 Hammond Bldg. Phone I486 for appointments. 7-17-3t The Monday Night Club held a very pleasant meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Graves in Carroll street. The members brought their needle work and knitting and during the evening they were served with dainty refreshments. Mrs. John F. Wilhelm will entertain complimentary to the club next Monday, July 23rd at her home in "Detroit street. New Maxine Beauty Parlor, 510 Ham mond Bldg.. in connection with chiro practor, Mrs. L. Ellison. 7-17-31 An intersting session of the Equal Franchise League took place last even ing at the Central school. The names of several ner members were enrolled and the business hour was devoted to a dis cussion of the new study to be tcken up. Mrs. Mary M. Huehn of Logan street will open her home for the next meeting in two weeks. Opening cf the Colonial Studio at No. 1SS E. State St. on Thursday. July 19th. 7-17-2 j The En-worth Ieag-Je of the First M. F. church will hike to Schrumm's woods Tuesday evening for a weenia and marshmallow roasL The party will meet promptly at 7:15 at the church. If the weather prevents the hike, a so cial will be given in the church instead. Miss Lillian Leap of Indianapolis re-! turned to her home last night after a visit with Mrs. William Welch, wife of Fergeant Welch. Saturday afternoon Miss Leap was the guest of honor at an informal reception. To make known our Studio to the citi zens of Hammond and vicinity, on Thursday, July 19th, the Colonial Studio, No. 1SS E. State St., will give absolutely free on? Chanticleer Panel. There will be a meeting this evening of Opal Hive No. SD6 L. O. T. M. 31. at the I. O. O. F. hall There will be bal- i "f nan JLJV 4.1.1 On Hammond, East Chicago and Gary, Flat and Business Property. 5 years, six per cent interest. E. E. Pierson Hammond. With Lake County Savings & Trust Co. SOUP . Soup is one of the less effec tive foods. It is very filling. But it does not take hold like corned-beef-aad-cabbage. Like our music, our drama, our opinions and oar incompet ents, soup is canned. They have built great palaces of delusion for it. There they coax it into the mixing vats, decoy it to gigantic caldrons and get it all stirred up with the idea that it's going to be eaten. Then they blight its hopes by pouring it into dark, gloomy cans and it sits on a shelf days, weeks, months, may be years, till some body calls for it No wonder soup gets despond ent. We bought some the other day that horrible. loting on candidates and initiation of a clnsi t'nity Review No. 2 W. B. A. of the Maccabees will hold its. regular meet ing Wednesday evening at the K. of P. hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bauer, William Thomas and daughter. Miss Beatrice Thomas, motored to Galesburg, 111.. Sunday for a day's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Cunnigham and children have returned from De troit and points in Michigan where they motored for a two weeks' visit. S. B. Yuhn of Walton. Ind., is the guest -of his son. Harry Yohn, and Mrs. Yohn at their home in Detroit street. H. G. Merrill has returned from a visit with his mother. Mrs. Ann Merrill at Eaton Corner. Quebec and with other relatives at points in Canada. He has been away from Hammond for four weeks. William A. Bogarte who has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. D. Bayne of 3S8 Hickory street concluded his visit here Sunday and left for South Haven and Hastings, Mich., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stinson have gone to Franklin and Louisille, Ky., to visit for taen days or two weeks. BED CSOSS WAS TVHT3 ZTOTXCB. - Subscribers to the War Fund are re quested to make their payments promptly without further notice and thus permit all of your liberal dona tions to be used where so greatly neeO ed. free from collection expense. Checks may be made to the Red Cross War Fund or in person at the Chamber of Commerce. Arrangements have been made for employees of the various In dustries to pay at their company's of ice. 7-6-tf CHAIRMAN FINANCE COM. REMOVAL NOTICE. Mrs. L. Ellison has removed chiro practic parlors to Hammond Bldg.. suit 510. Maxine beauty, parlor in con nection. 7:16:3 Mrs. Charles Van Gilder of Harrison street entertained last evening at a pretty party honoring Mrs. William Phillips, formerly Miss Marguerite Wil cox. The party was In the nature of an aluminum shower and Mrs. Van Gilder entertained Mrs. A. E. Wilcox and Mrs. William Wolter with the members of the Nu Tau Beta Club. Five hundred was played during the evening and at the conclusion of the games a two course luncheon was served. High score In the games was made by Miss Ethel Brown. Social Afternoon at the Hammond Country Club on Thursday of this week promises to be exceedingly Interesting and instructive. Mrs. Guy Wetzel who has. charge of the Red Cross surgical dressing class in Hammond will talk on surgical dressing and Red Cross work and women's part in the war. The lec-i ture is announced for three o'clock. Miss Mayme Knoerzer of Elizabeth street Is entertaining at a house party for the week. Her guests are the Misses Helen Booth, Elicia and Helen Lower of South Bend and Polly Keene of San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. W. A. Hill and daughter. Miss Pauline Hill of South Hohman street will leave tonight for Spring Lake, Mich., to remain for six weeks. They will be Joined later by Miss Adelaide Hill and Mrs. G. L. Smith and children. Mrs. Smith and daughter Edith left to day for Watford. Ont.. to be gone sev eral days. Little Miss Helen Smith who has been the guest of relatives there will return with them next week. Mrs. W. D. Weis will leave this even ing to viSit her son, Edward, who is with the marine in Virginia and expects to soon leave for France. Mrs. Weis will be accompanied by Master Robert Weis and before returning they will visit in Washington, D. C. They ex pect to be away about two weeks. Miss Carrie Stinchfield of Valparaiso returned home today after visiting for several days with Mrs. F. C. Crumpack er of Glendale Park. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Dunsing and daughter Dorothy of Carroll street are visitng relatives in Oklahoma City. WABASH Because "Edna Wilson, contrived wilfully and intentionally to injure Nora Yeater and deprive her of society, comfort, aid and assistance of her husband and to destroy his affec tions for her," Mrs. Yeater asks $5,000 damages. Both live in Wabash. ANDERSON Members of the Old Glory Pig club here have been presented one pig each by neighboring farmers. Make It The Last War. ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Wholesale and Retail FOOD ADMINISTRATION ENLISTS AID OF r I m, -Wtw AT wo L V "? -J T r-7 us 9 s4 - ' rwmm - i -niiifTfiririiin 'X ' . It 'in i-l. 1l"tiwiwii 1 QJii n ill DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The Eleventh ward democratic meet ing will be held tonight at the Gehring residence, corner May street and Calu met avenue. A precinct committeeman will be selected. The First ward meeting will be held at Irving school. Wednesday night. HEWITT IS DISCHARGED. Lawrence Hewitt, charged with a ser ious offense in ctty court today, drew a discharge- because evidence produced by the state did not warrant a conviction under the circumstances. Hewitt's im proper conduct before a young girl caus ed his arrest. WATCH OUT FOR IT. If you hear "crashes anr bangs" and noise sounding like the bombardment of Verdun next Sunday at Hammond Beach, don't be alarmed it will be Of ficer Ben Strong with his new automo bile, make unknown. CHANGED COURTROOMS. Judge Fred Barnett and city court will have a new home to try the motley crowd of law-breakers in a few days. Court Bailiff Trost couldn't stand it when the old court room was taken away to make room for a clic of "men spec ialist doctors" and set out to find a new court. Just across the street a big store room was vacant and it was rent ed. It has been rennovated and the old superior court bench and furniture moved in. Thursday Is set for the for mal dedication. A NEW BEAUTY SHOP. If you need goodchlropractic treat ments or you want "to be made pretty" the place to go is suite 510. Hammond building. There Mrs. L. Ell'.30n. who for three years has operated a chiroprac tic shop in Hammond will adjust you in proper place with electric massage treatments as well as adjustment treat ments and Mrs. C. W. Radloff. former ly of St. Louis, will beautify you in her up-to-date "beauty shop." WHITE BEFORE BOARD. TT2CE3 BTTaSATr AT STATE CAPITAL. INDIANAPOLIS, July 17. A condi tional pardon was granter John White, sentenced from Hammond, Ind., on a petite larceny charge. He was fined $10 VilJJliIJ TIMES FASHION DEPARTMENT ; LADIES' APRON. ' By Anabd Worthington. A really good looking and nsefnl apron which completely covers the dress under neath is a blessing which is not to be overlooked by the woman who does her own housework. iNo. S3S8 is so well de signed that it may even be worn instead of a dress if it is made a little loafer. A good feature is the Russian closing, which is very conrenient when one is in a hurry. There is no waistline but that marked by the belt, as the apron is in one piece from shoulder to hem. The square neck, fin ished with a bias band of the material, is comfortable and cool looking. The sleeves are a sensible three-quarter length. The apron pattern Xo. S3S8 is cut in tires 30, 40 and 44 inches bust measure. The 38 inch size requires 5 yards of 30 inch material, with yard 36 inch. con trasting goods. To obtain this pattern send ten centa to the office of thia publication. a'.-h,.-s: ? '.vt y -'I''i' ft Si 1 Vs? vAj 1 ft i ii and costs and sentenced to serve ninety days on the farm. White is a parole violator from the Indiana state prison at Michigan City.' and was pardoned from the state farm so that he might return to the prison and complete his term there. MUST SUPPORT MOTHER. Lloyd J. Smith, vice president of the Indiana Car & Equipment Co.. was order ed to pay $50 a month toward the sup port of his aged and invalid mother yes teday by County Judge Williams in Chi cago. It was alleged that Smith had failed to contribute to his mother's sup port for several years, since differences arose in the family over money matters. IN NEW YORK CITY. NEW YORK CITY. July 17. Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Bell of Hammond. Ind., are registered here at the Hotel Cumber land while visiting the city. ALDERMAN ON TRIP. ' From way out west Reno, way comes a postal card from Alderman Pat Reilley who says he Is having a ft.ne time. "The weather is pretty hot." say Patrick, "and I am glad to get the pa per." Here's hoping you at this, Pat! IT CAN'T BE POSSIBLE. H. R. Schneider of the Hammond Building buffet. Is rusticating In Wis consin foT a few weeks and is making cumber of cities by wa y of automobile. The annual vacation yarn that Henry is seeking a rich bride has also bobbed up again. CHANGE LOCATIONS. The Jack Bessey Stock company have changed location, moving from W. State street to East State street, opposite the postoffice. The company will open tonight at i their new stand with a drama "The j Fringe of Society." ' GETS NEW NUMBERS. West Hammond registration ellgibles can call City Clerk Andrew Stachowicz to get their number. The city clerk receiv ed a list of the new numbers today. HAYMOW DEATH. Joe Bogacki slept in a haymow at 1550 Connecticut street, Gary, last night. This morning they found him dead. Bog acki was from South Chicago. f r 1 I 1 I I l I I I I I I I I II I r-y : : . . - ; I I I I I I I f ' 'jl,illll!il!lrt: il x; ' j " WOMEN EDITORS l 1 1 f I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 f V l l I l l l l l I l I l I l I AboTe: Mils Tessie Tag (left) and Miea Katherine Leckie. Below: Miss Sarah Field Splint. The food administration at Wash ington will have the help of a num ber of well known women editors whose experience in newspaper and magazine work should be especially helpful in the department's publicity. Miss Tessie Tasr, secretary to Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, head of the food conservation section, has been a printer and editor. Miss Kather ine Leckie who will direct the con servation section's daily news, is a veteran newspaper woman and has been on the staff of several of tho larger periodicals. Miss Sarah Field Splint, is also a former women's magazine editor. SELECTIVE DRAFT , UNITS MUST ACT (Continued from page one.) (ermine whether they are physically fit. You must present yourself for this ex amination, whether you think you are fit or not; even if you have only one leg, do not neglect to present yourself. You are not excused until you are ex amined and the board gives you a written-certificate to hat effect. The same is true as to exemptions for other causes: It is up to you. You may be a postal clerk, or an em ploye in an arsenal, but you are not ex empt until y6u have set out these facts on one of the official forms and had it made into an affidavit before a notary public and then presented this affidavit to the exemption board. Those entitled under the law to exemption must go through the same forms as those seek ing exemption on the facts. Busy Says Comlaff To Notary Publics. If you have a dependent mother, this fact must be set ont on one of the of ficial forms and sworn to and the affi davit filed within seven days after you are called before the board. If proof is required, you may have to get an affi davit of two neighbors, householders, and file this with the board within the next ten days following ie first seven days. There will be a land-office business in swearing to affidavits. The notary pub lie will make more money than ever be fore. WTiat wilt happen after you have filed your claim for exemption? Your var ious affidavits will be determined by the N ! fit e::ei;i;tion board. After all, these boards have the say at least, the first say; th :ocond say Is in the hands of the appeal buard. which is another story. If you seek exemption on the ground of occupation your appeal must go to the district appeal board. Candidates for thfs new citizen army, who are anxious to get to the front, and have no home ties which should not be broken, need only present themselves for the physical examination. If this Is passed, their names will go Into the records as accepted rookies and in due time they will be called to live in one of the cantoncment cities where their first training v.li: be received. That call will probably not come before Sep tember or October. East Chicago Her People and Occurences St. Annes Norma 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 7:45 p. m. with benediction. Confession will be heard every afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m., also after every evening service. Mr. and Mrs. William Cadman return ed home after a couple of weeks' visit in Lansing, Mich. Russel Cadman, son of James Cad man has enlisted In the machine gun corps and will leave for Duluth, Minne sota in a few days. Women do your bit. Visit the Red Cross sewing center and see the work accomplished by those who have al ready spent a few hours sawing, knit ting, etc. The center is open for any woman willing to do her bit. The W'oodbine Camp Royal Neighbors will meet this evening at the K. of P. hall. All members are requested to be present as Mrs. Thos. Williams has an excellent report to make to the order. Mrs. Alice Rieboldt is in Chicago to day shopping. The Lady Elks will hold their annuai picnic and chicken dinner on Thursday afternoon, July 19th, at Cedar Lake. The Indies will go down in machines. The father of Mrs. Wick Snyder pass ed away Sunday night. He was struck by an auto and having his skull fractur ed while crossing the street In Ham mond could not live. Hughie Graham of Crown Point, brother of J. R. Graham, was in East Chicago this morning.' Little Verna Gaugh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaugh returned Sunday from a visit with relatives In New Al bany. Ind. Miss Verna has been gone since the close of school. The East Chicago lodge I. O. O. F. ex pect the first degree staff of the Carna tion I. O. O. F. lodge of Chicago to be there this evening to help in the con firming of three candidates of the East Chicago lodge the first degree. All members of the order are requested to attend. An illustrated lecture was given last evening before the South Chicago Odd Fellows and Rebecca lodge by Dr. Gold man. The lecture was on "Odd Fellow ship" and w-as very much enjoyed by all present. Indiana Harbor Personal sad Otherwise The Ladies' Aid society of the U. P. church will hold their meeting at the church at 2:50 Thursday afternoon. C'aude LcRoy is spending this week CO AIL FOR CAS and after Augmst 1st, 1917, the undersigned retail coal dealers of the city of Hammond, Indiana, will sell coal only for cash. This is brought about by the extreme shortage of coal and mine oper ators demanding cash from retail dealers for all shipments. This will also enable us to reduce the cost of coal to the consumer. WM. AHLBORN & CO. THE BECKMAN SUPPLY CO. THE BIEKER BROS. CO. . CITY FUEL & SUPPLY CO., Per M. A. Kuhn. CEDERHOLM BROS. DALY BROS. COAL CO. J. J. DIBOS & SON, Edw. M. Dibos. HENRY P. DOWNEY, Per M. K. S. THE ILLINOIS COAL CO., John N. Jaranowski DAVID JOHNSON. CHRIST. MIOFSKY. V. W. PARKER CO., C. W. Parker. GEO. P. STOUT & SON, W. A. Stout. EAST HAMMOND COAL CO. , WiiST HAMMOND COAL CO., by John J. Brehm. CARL FRISK. YOU DON'T HELIKE MY CLAIMS FOR A 01 TONIC SffAXS T3IS TEST. Let your family examine your scalp aid hair; look at It yourself in the mirror: spend two minutes of your time each day, morning or erening with Vola-Vita, YOUR HAIR'S BEST FRIEND, and in on week note the im proved condition. Tour family will see it and every friend you have will aay, "I never noticed before what beautiful hair you have." Vola-Vita is recommended to restore lifelesa or gray hair to its natural color and luster, to stop Tailing hair, to relieve itching scalp, to eradicate dand ruff, and to promote the growth of hair. Use Vola Vita. YOUR HAIR'S BEST FRIEND, and WATCH IT WORK. Vola-Vita contains no alcohol, guar anteed' harmless. Vola-Vita is sold and guaranteed to work by H. L Weis. Hammond. Ind. "Write the Vola-Vita Mfg. Co.. 150 W. Austin Ave., Chicago, for free booklet "THE REAL. FACTS ABOUT HAIR.- Adv. !n Detroit. George and Arthur Thompson, wife and daughter Margaret are spending two weeks with the formers' grandparents at Springfield, 111. Captain Martin of East Chicago camp, will address the Ladies' Aid society f the M. E. church on Red Cross work Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the Riley school auditorium. The Red Cross at the Riley building will be open for work Wednesday after noon at 2:30. A good attendance is urg ed. The whole public is invited. Don't stand back and wait for invitations. Some and bring your friends and help the Red Cross. That means you are helping the boys that are glvingup their homes and their pleasures to light for their country and your. Don't be a slacker. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Halght and 7.1r. and Mrs. William Anderson and Lil lian Anderson were the guests ot Val paraiso friends Sunday. The Equal Franchise league will meet in the Indiana Habor public library tomorow afternoon at 2:30. Business that time and alt are requested to be precent. All those wishing to register of importance will be taken care of at may do so at that tme. FOR SALE One dining room table: smoking set. carpet sweeper, two small rugs, china, pictures. 3134 Fir st. 1 for sale: by Wholesale Dlatrtbatorat Maginot Bros.. Hammond. Ind. R4ailersi Anderson Hdw. Co.. Hammond. Ind Bieker Bros.. Hammond. Ind. C. E. Nelson. Hammond. Ind. Jos. W. Weis. Hammond, Ind. I,. Keilman & Son. Inc., Dyer, Ind. Mrs. Joseph Swint. Hessrille. Ind. Harkema & Van Til. Highland, Ind. M. Grimmer. Griffith. Ind. N. Kaufman, Indiana Harbor, Ind. P lil 7:si Hammond Coal Company J. J. BREHM, Prop. PHONE 1674 OR 2955. 4