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THE TIMES Thursday, July 26, 1917. f ELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists. THE TIES' FBGIflL cu July 27. Atchison 100 Amciicin Beet Sugar 92 American Car Fdry. , 75 American Locomotive 71 J.nnccinJa 77 Jtmeriean Smelting 103 i'.rooklyn Rapid Transit 59 Italdwin Locomotive 73 Baltimore and Ci'n 70 CanMian Pacific 1'U American Can Co. 4 New York Central 8! Central Leather , ST Chesapeake and Ohio 59 Crucible Steel - 81 Erie 24 Maxwell Motors 33 Mexican Petroleum 93 Northern Pacific 100 Pennsylvania 53 Republic Iron and Steel 81 Reading E4 U. S. Rjbber lil Southern. Pacific 93 Southern Railway 26 Chgo. Mil. and St. Paul 6S Texas Oil 138 U. S. Steel 122 Union Pacific 135 Western Union 103 Wabash 30 CHICAOO CSAZN rUTCKIS. WvHEAT Juiy. $2.52; Sept.. S2.28. COxlX July. $1.14 ?4: Sept.. $1.63; Dec. Sl.lSft. OATS July, 77'ic; Sept.. 60c; Dec, 60ic. i CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. HOOK Receipts. IS. 000; market, ac tive and strong: mixed. $14. 60?? .'16.00; good. $15.30 16.00; rough, $14.35 S 14.55; light, $14. 658 15.85; pigs. $11.50 1 4.50; heavy, S14.S5 16.00; bulk of sales, $14. 90 15. 5. CATTLE Receipts. 4.000; market, dull and weak; beeves. $7.75 14.15; cows-heifers. Ji.75ll.75: stockers feeders. $5.90 9.00; calves, $9.00 1325. CHICAGO PRODUCE. BUTTER Creamery extras. 33c: creamery first, 37 He; firsts. 36l-s437c; seconds. 35 g-36c. EGGS Ordinaries. 26'429c: firsts. 30 H 22c. LIVK POULTRY Fowls, 17SlSc; ducks. 17 5 10c; geese, 12 14c; springs. 22 5 25?; turkeys. 18c. POTATOES Virginia, bbl.. $3.754.10. nfasifs-iofhsrs Thousands testify lick's r The Original alted EViiik 3 W. B'B GHASSELL1 Mi Upbuilds and sustains the body No Cooking or Milk required Used for V3 of a. Century Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price. Popular Hammond M a nj Youngest Gen. Manager of Entire Plant Chain. It's now General Manager John W. O'Brien of the Grasselli Chemical com pany, if you please. 4 The promotion of Mr. O'Brien to this important position was given out this morning by F. H. Lee, one of the com pany's officials from the Cleveland or flce. The change come in distinct recog nition of the faithful, untiring services ' rendered and resourcefulness shown on the part of Mr. O'Brien in his efficient handling of the momentous affairs of the mammoth Grasselli plant during the incapacitation of Samuel W. Ogden. the retiring manager. In assuming charge of the local riant of the Grasselli company. Mr. O'Brien does so with the heartiest best wishes of not only his loyal legion of innumer- 2 Meets1 and Groceries MANUFACTURER OF HAMS, BACON AND SAUSAGE. WHOLESALE RETAIL. ICE MACHINE COOLED. PHONE 77 HAMMOND. 81 STATE STREET. SPECIAL SALE! Our sale on Yeal last Saturday was a big success. We have some more this week at an even lower price. I,eg or Loin of Milk Fed Veal 17 Shoulder or Breast of Yeal 14 Kellner's Sugar Cured Hickory Smoked Hams, (very low) . 25 Fresh Mader Hamburger Steak 15 Fresh Dressed Stewing Chickens 20 Choice Cuts Beef Pot Roast 17$ Fresh Beef Tongues 24 Fresh Dressed Spring Ducks 3Q Pork Boston Butts (roast) 23 Kellner's Sweet Pickled Boneless Corned Beef.... 20 Take advantage of our special sale on Saturdays. You will save money. Trade at Kellner's the finest, most up-to-date market in Hammond. c' "YB "Utofclli f jk "iil 'i i 7, ; r- : ) 1 Dreoxl Memories - " 1 i 1 ! 1 I i1 1 iii 53 i YOU were secretly glad of the steadfast refus al of 3'our favorite doll to share your bread. You wanted it all yourself. DIETRICH'S BANQUET CREAM BREAD will affect you the same way tod$y. Phone No. 8S3. DIETRICH'S BAKERY Hammond, Ind. 605-7-9 Calumet Ave. II i able friends, but likewise his employers hnve the nsfurane of the greatest spirit of co-operat ion on the part of the num erous heads of th-j various departments with whom he has been associated for the past 12 years. It is the general im pression thRt the oompany officials chose wisely In the selection of Mr. O'Brien as his recent handling of the strike situation marked his ability to cope with big affairs. Several other changes were also an nounced by Mr. Lee which includes tne transfer of C. T. Christopher, superin tendent of the Canton. O.. plnt to head the manufacturing department of the local plant. Thomas W. Eryin has been promoted s as5istnt head of the manufacturing while Grover C. Hansen has been ad vanced as second assistant to Mr. Chrisfopher. The company will not be without the. services of S. W. Ogden. who, while resigned as superintendent, still remains as an employe of the com pany and will seek to regain his health which has for some time been impaired. Mr. O'Brien will continue his resi dence at 93 Ogden street, Hammond, where he moved about a year ago from the proximity of the Grasselii plant. He enjoys the distinction of being the youngest general manager of the num erous plants of the Grasselli company. GUI IS POSTPONED The much-talked about ball game be tween the Hohman street and State street merchants has been postponed until next Thursday afternoon, at the request of the former, it was stated to day. Captain Lawrence Hoffman of the East State Street Business Men's ball club, stated the game would be played at Tarduhn Park next Thursday after noon at 2 o'clock. In case either side fails to show up the other team will claim the game by a forfeit and the f.sh dinners which .re the prize. The East State Street line-up follows: Pitcher, Jess Bruce; catcher . Sam Walker: first base. Fowler; -second base. Lawrence Hoffman; third base, Walter Millikan; short stop, John Millett; field ers, Barney Young, Sam Silver, J. T. Ortt. Red Allen. Bodie. William Norri3 and Dr. Alva Toung. Melvin Monnett is captain of the Hoh '.ian Street team. COLLEGE PRESIDENT INUiOi SATURDAY Dr. William L. Bryan, president of Indiana university, will stop at Ham mond Saturday afternoon on his trip through the state urging students to continue their couses of training and not stop on account of the War. Business men, young men and women who are ei.dy to enter college, alumni and ail interested in educational work are cordially invited to meet the well known educational expert at Mee hotel during the afternoon. President Bryan will be plejised to talk informally with all who wir-h to interview him on ed ucational questions. 0 "On account of the war the ocinton has errouniously circulated that the young people should not waste their time by going to school, his notion is entirely wrong. If ever the students of America should take advantage of their studifs now in the time. This war is called a scientific one. Our na tion will neen learned scholars. Presi dent Wilson and all educators of the country are urginsc parents not to al- A Regular Banquet of Summer Bargains Friday and Saturday at Ortt's Store HERE'S THE BILL OF FARE: "Women's Colonial Pumps Shown in soft dull kid. dainty and cool, ideal for summer wear- A strik ing value at $1.99 the pair The Season's Biggest Values describes these nifty Pumps for women;" shown t in four beautiful styles, made of champagne and gray kid and snowy white nu-buck; dainty, cool, comfortable, very em&rt with summer dresses. Priced extra spe- $1.99 the Pair cial ORTT'S QUALITY FOOTWEAR FOR MEN Full of snap and style. Priced at S2.85 to $4.50 Scores upon scores of other amaiing values. See them in our windows. JAS. B. ORTT THE WALK-OVER SHOE MAN 169 E- State St. Hammond, Ind. , JV-. LUU gll in iJ tutu courses in school," an opinion offered In the circular printed by Indiana uni versity. A committee will be on hand to intro duce President Bryan to the people wishing to advise with him. Attorney T ) C A f U I n o , , . , ; . . 1 n ,-i t i A n v-" v ....... JBl VCU IIVI...V1.HVI1 V L the president's coming from V. Sallitt, secretary or me tin vra tvs Alumni. MOTORCYCLE RAGES SUNDAY JOLY 28TH (Special to Thb Times.) CROWN POINT. IND.. July 27. The Crown Point Motorcycle club has cover ed Lake county and icintty with Post ers advertising a big motorcycte race meet to be held at the fair grounds next Sunday, July 29. There will be two fast races for out side professional riders in which Chic Nielsen of Chicago and Earl Keliar of Plymouth will participate. These two riders are well known for their daring and speedy riding all over. There will he several races for Lake county riders. The home boys did some excellent work on July 4th and they promise to do still better Sunday. The club is endeavoring to give some very good races. There will be plenty of entertainment all forenoon. Races will start at 1:30 sharp. There will also be refreshments on the ground. When you feel tired or dizzy Americas Chicle Company INDIANA AIR is fine; but IT COMES HIGH Six well polluted gents and their taxi driver were sniped by Motor Cop Warn er this morning. They had been spend-) ing the night at Burnham. AH tried to plea in court for one of the party who was arrested for tlisord erly conduct, besides the driver who was fined to and costs for speeding. One fellow said he was a lawyer. "Now judge, you honor, if it pleases the court and the prosecutor and the 'ossifer phat pinched us let us go. We ain't done nothing more than have a little time at Burn-em and we were going home. Tes we live in Chicago but we all like the Indiana air." vouched the said attorney. "Oh. you do? Well It will cost you J15 for liking it so well," answered Spe cial Judge Floyd Murray. "And I'll give you bar-flies just ten minutes to get out of town." The driver had to leave his watch and diamond ring for security, till he raised the necessary 15 for his fine. assume full responsibility for the step." The rout of disloyal troops continued today. Without hardly a blow in de fense the Russian regiments which fled from Tarnopol and Stanislau have turn ed their backs on the enemy and are hurrying further from the front. The way to zernovitz seemed open to the fast pursuing German army. Much greater penetration of the Russian lines in this section will gravely endanger the Russian and Roumanian troops south in the Carpathians. No cowards or traitors have appeared there and the troops are fiercely catching the Ger mans. The central executive committee of the workmens and soldiers' delegates and the executive committee of peas ants' delegates today issued a formal appeal to the nation for complete unity. It was addressed to the council of workmen, soldiers and peasants all over Russia. I'll whiatl "I'm a Long Way from Home," then you know It's me. Then you can et out," and off Mr. O'Rourke went not to ret a saw. but to buy a strong cigar and dream about those flitting thousands. His confident was Lewis Turner, a Gary "nut," who was jricked up yester day afternoon. LATEST NEWS (By TJaltsd Tvtmm Cablegram.) PETROGRAD, July 27. German forces continued unchecked in their drive north from Tarnopol today, but at other points along the great 150-mi!e ront of Russia's armies the troops turn ed, ma de a stand and repulsed the en emy. Today's official statement announced enemy occupations of two towns north of Tarnopol, but a check administered to the Germans southeast of that city. (By United Press.) CHESTER. PA.. July 27. Renewed vi olence between whites and blacks to day resulted in the probable fatal wounding of Frank Meadows, a negro, while on his way to work. Meadows was shot In full view of ISO persons without apparent provocation. c Have Yon a Clear Healthy Slciii? There is no reason why every -woman should not have a g! ow ing, haalthy complexion free (rom 11 in-, perfections. The secret ia In the proper cars of the jikin. You can have a complexion that all will admire by regularly using II IB LTIMhwTtTDrAM r A Senat in a Dozen Paragraphs. Two women walked up to Traffic Cop Miller the other day. "You're a policeman aren't you?" sweetly asked one. "Oh, yes ma'm. See my star," genial ly answered the big policeman. "To be sure. I never thought of looking. We want to know where there is a hotel?" "A hotel Mee." "Tes a hotel. Tou know where you sleep." 'Tes Mee," "Tee hee. Now you're kidding us. We see you're big, but we want a hotel, you got us?" "Sure. Say are you kidding me? I said Hotel Mee. Me a hotel. Hotel Mee. See? Cp the street. Turn to your right, then your left then walk straight till you come to Hotel Mee, see?" "To be sure. Why Agnes there is a hotel here by the name of Mee. Say isn't he a nice policeman?" whispered one of the debutantes as they tripped away. And Cop Miller doesn't know to this day whether or not they were kidding him. GARY iT AROUSES DREW WEALTH He Makes Startling Propo sition to Hammond's City Sealer. THREE HAMMOND BOYS IN PARADE, Frank O'Rourke, Hammond city seal er, might have been a multi-millionaire today, if the man who was going to give him millions hadn't well, read the story. Frank Walked into the police station last night. "Say, mister Premier, sh-come hith er," cautioned a quiet looking individual In the ladies' cell. "Greetings, sir; what can I do for you?" answered the polite city sealer. "Do you want to earn 2S,000?" ask ed the inmate. "What Sure. I'd do anything for that much money," answered the stun ned official. "Well listen. Sh- is there anybody piping us off? No well, listen. Now go over to a hardware store and get me a saw. I want to saw these bars off." "No I can't do that for $25,000, but I will for $50,000." "Alright. I'll raise you fifty, make it $100,000. Money Ss no object to me. Soon as I get out of here I'll show these guys something. I'll tell my uncle. Mayor Tom Knotts of Gary." "Oh, is Tom Knotts still mayor of Gary?" "Sure; and my father is the chief of police." "Now good-by.' I'll get your saw. Tou go back and lay down until I come back. E ON DRAFT BOARD Mayor Johnson Makes Fine Selection in Naming H. E. Graham. Bring! Beauty" The following treatment is suc cessfully used by beautiful wom en: Bathe face in cold water, then massage with Hermo Al mond Cream for five minutes. This wll stimulate the circula tion, courish the tissues and tone np the muscles of the skin. A trial will soon convince you of its value. Get a jar from your druggist or any dealer narr.ed below and try it tonight. Hermo Co., 542 E. 63rd St, CMcaja For Sal Br E. C. Ulaas Co., Htnunrod. Spears "thirmicy, East Chicago. South Side Drug Score, East Cbica?o. Im. X. Mattero. Kmggist, Wittias. M. Sternberg-, "Whiting-, Xv6L Central Drag Store, Indiana Harbor, In'".. Klelneman's Pharmacy, Indian Har bor, Ind. &ed Star Pharmacy, Indian Earbor, Znd. ed and the examination wu conducted by Attorney Glazebrook with the assist tance of Mr. Harmon. These gentlemen returned from the capitol city en a lat? train last evening. Citizens of exemption district No. 2 are much pleased with Mayor Johnson's selection of Herbert E. Graham, 4336 Adams street, to fill a vacanscy on the draft board. Mr. Graham's nomination will be acted upon by President Wilson. The new member succeeds Joseph Niebutic, disqualified because he is of draft age. Excellent Boards. The mayor has been praised for the i excellent makeup of the three boards. There was no thought of politics and; the mayor even named men who are po- j litically opposed to him. The three J chairmen are John A. Brennan. Oliver j Holmes and W. J. Williams. The sur geons are Doctors T. J. Toner, George! Gannon and W..J. McMichaels, while the clerks are A. L. Brown, Mr. Graham, and Joseph Morris. Mr. Graham, the new member, is one of the Ridge Road boosters, a property owner and a man highly regarded. CO. F IN FAREWELL DOINGS TOMORROW Tomorrow is "Co. F 'day in Gary. A big turn out is expected at Gleason park in the afternoon for the 150 soldier boys. Admission will be 50 cents, proceeds to go to the company's kitchen fund. There will bs music, classical dancing, a baseball game, and military exercises. MRS. BURNHAM JAMAICA, N. T AGK FROM OFFICIALS MEETING B. D. L. Glazebrook, city attorney and W. O. Harmon, city treasurer. East Chi cago, were in Indianapolis yesterday in attendance at the hearing of the Gen eral American Car company before the state taa commission on an appeal con cerning taxable valuations. This industry did not appear last week, Thursday .and Friday, in response to the summons of the board and in consequence the board gave them the benefit of the doubt and issued a sec ond summons for them to appear yes terday. They were on hand at hour designat- Sufferings Cured by Medl cine Recommended by Sister-in-law. nTTnTTTTi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 li m : Jamaica, N. Y. "I suffered greatly with my head and with backache, wa3 weak, dizzy, ner vous, with hot flashes and felt very miserable, m I was irregular for two years. One day when I was feeling unusually bad my sistcr-in-law carr.a in end said, 'I wish you would tT7 Lydia E. Piikham'a Compound.' So I began taking it and I am now in good health and am cured, I took the Corn pound three times a clr.y p.f tcr meals, and on retiring at night. I al trays keep a bottle in the house." Mm. L. N. Burnham, 295 South St., Jamaica, N.Y. Women who recover their health nat urally tell others what helped there. Some write and allow their mimes and photographs to be published with testi monials. Many more tell their friends. "Write I-ydia E. Pinkfcam. Medi cine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., for anything- you need to know alxm wnr nilmentB. EC n it Joseph Winkler and Edward . Toung, two popular Hammond musicians who haverecently joined the U. S. naval re scues, were in the Chicago parade yes terday. Leo Knoerzer, equally well known and popular Hammond boy, drove the biggest float. Leo has been in the ! naval force for some time and has been promoted. RUSSIA RESTORES DEATH PENALTY (By United Press Cablegram.) PETROGRAD. July 27. Russia re stored the death penalty today and pro pared a policy of wholesale execution to clear the army of cowards. "Institution of capital punishment is necessary," declared Premier Kernsky. "The government faces the alternative of sacrificing the army to cowards and traitors. The provisional ministry will DeLexe PASTIME TODAY ETHEL TALLI FERRO in a five act feature "The Barricade" SATURDAY ROBERT WARWICK and GAIL KA1X in" a nve act World feature. MILES M INTER In a five act feature. TODAY Lillian Walker in . "Sally in a Hurry" also "The Neglected Wife" Featuring Ruth Roland. SATURDAY Bessie Barriscale in her latest success . Mater of Men SUNDAY Charles Chaplin in The Dishonor System also Olive Thomas in "Madcap Madge" MON. and TUESDAY ON TRIAL Direct from the Colonial Theater, Chicago. The Greatest ' Picture of Its Kind Ever Shown. Played One Year in New York, Six Months in Chicago. The management highly recommends this picture. amusfactmirers Sale One hundred and fifty latest style Voile and Rice Clolh Dresses, made to sell at ff from $6.00 to $8.00 each. Our price while they last, each ........ 4LiUU Come early and get your choice. These Dresses will not last long at this price. We also have a Taffeta Dress, Georgette Crepe sleeves, up to date model, Friday and Saturday only. This is less than half the price they were made to sell for. $7.98 Mamdel & Company 151-155 STATE STREET. HAMMOND, IND. UPSTAIRS SECOND FLO OR ARTEMIS BLDG.