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Thursday, August, 2. 1917.
THE TIMES PAGE FIVE SOCIAL 3 COMIMi EVENTS. The members of the Epworth I.a;ue of the First Methodist church will go on a hayrack ride this evening to the Jatnocke h .r.e. south of Ilain mend, -inhere thev will enjoy a lawn party. The party will leave from the church In Russell street promptly at 7: o'clock. Miss Itosii Lee Xnjle will have the r.:"mb'-is t the D. A. M. club as her tli evening at her hon'.e t.i t-.-uth Il'Oiman street. The Woman's Home Missionary So ciety of the. First Methodist church will b? entertained by Mrs. K. Duncan at her home, 32 Williams street Friday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock. Mrs. C. K. Tweedle. 033 Calumet ave nue, will open her home Friday after noon for a creetins; of the Loyal Temp erance Legion. The business session announced for two-thirty o'clock and the me:n':ers are asked to meet promptly. The Fast Chiefs Association of Ham mond Temple Xo. 73 Fythian Sisters will meet at the Red Cross rooms Fri day afternoon to sew. Members of St. Paul's Lutheran League wi:i meet with Henry Herlst this -veiling to make preparations for attending the picnic at Kinder's grove in Gary on Sunday of the leagues of the Calumet district. The Central W. C. T. U. will meet at the home cf Mrs. Chester Spafford. SI 3 Claude street. Friday afternoon to tie bouquets to be distributed among- the patients at St. Margaret's hospital. Emil Stelow was tendered a delight ful surpris party last evening at his home, 334 Cedar street, in celebration of his sixty-fourth birthday anniver sary. 'The guests were entertained with music and games and during the evening a collation was served. There were covers for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stelow. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Carley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas George. Mr. and Mrs. James Mann, Mr. and Mrs. P.. J. Brown. Mrs. Burch. Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Lowery. Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Err, il Stelow. Mrs Pierce, the Misses Marthj. Burns of Whiting. Eunice See. Grace Lowery, Mary Scott. Grace, Birdie and Fiances Stelow, Messrs. Vincent Xowlan. Al fred Stelow, William Stelow. Hobart See. Frank ODonnell and Sam Stelow. One of the season's most enjoyable beach parties was given by a number of Hammond young people Tuesday evening at the Lake Front. A marsh mallow toast was a feature of the evening. In the party were Mr. and Mrr. George St. John, the Misses Eva Filan. Xell Murray, Alma Filan. Amelia Kline, Dorothy Schwartz. Iris Gadsby. Hattie Wahl. Eleanor j Schwartz. Messrs. Leo Smith. Harold j Tweedle. John Webber, Edward Mur- j ray, B. Carrel!, L.' Fisher, John Mont ( flnd reward K"nt i A delightful surprise party .was given Mrs. J. E. Snyder at her home in Sheffield avenue yesterday afternoon by the members of the Amicitia club. The( party was a farewell to Mrs. Snyder who will leave Hammond Sun day to make her home in Eutler, Fa. The club presented Mrs. Snyder with a pretty souvenir. The guests brought their needle work and during the aft ernoon a dainty collatio-i wa3 served. The Deborah Society met for an all day session Wednesday in the parlors noon the members enjoyed a four course dinner served by Mrs. Charles Primmer after which they returned O the:r quilting. A short business ses- slon was held and arrangements were made for another all day session to be held next Wednesday, August Sth. St. Joseph'3 Court Xo. 513 W. C. O. F. held a very interesting lodge "ses sion last evening in St. Joseph's As sembly hall. " Mrs. Phelen and Mrs. Diedrich. high court officers. Mrs. Ella Rattler of Lafayette and officers of the West Hammond court were among the honor guests and there was a large representation of the members. A class of ten candidates was Initiated and following the ceremony ice cream and cake were served. The work of the drill team was highly compliment ed and the session throughout was greatly enjoyed. There will be a meeting of Ham- ii r I I ''1 I I TP PI IT' TIIIirS II I ii liJiJlLa il Mr0iii-kj) if I 1 PRINTS MORE AUTO AO- 1 II M y 1 : I II ci I I VERTIS1MG. THAN 1 S OTHER 8 I TMS D c3 NBWS mond Chapter Xo. 120 Women of Mooseheart Legion Friday evening at the Moose hall. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Snyder, 127 Shef-' field avenue, will leave IrSmmond Sun day for their new ho-rr.e in Butler. Pa. j Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Fuller of De troit street, have returned from Adrian. Mich . where they attended the funeral ! on Tuesday of Mr. Fuller's mother. Miss Ethel Hathaway will spend a few weeks' visiting in Oil City and Cooperst own. Pa. Mrs. John Mattwlg of Indianapolis arrived In Hammond yesterday or a visit with Mrs. Burns and family. Mrs. J. V. Hathaway has returned from a weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beattie of Crown Point. Peter C. Tanis of Munster was-a visi tor in Hammond. Judge v. S. Reiter cf the superior court at Hammond left last evening in his car with his famiiy for their sum mer home at Sylvian Lake. Mich., where they will remain until Labor Day. George W. Fite of Hammond is at Indianapolis attending a conference of insurance men at Indianapolis. The wedding of M;ss Lenore Schneid er to Guy Chilton ! Munfie. Kan took place at S o'clock last evening in the reception rooms of the Hammond Musical college. The Rev. C. J. Sharp of the First Christian church officiated, using the ring ceremony. Miss Eliza beth Webber played the bridal music during the ceremony and Miss Dora j Otto sang "Oh. Promise Ms.'" The j bride's sister, Valeria Cadore. served her as maid of honor and the best man j was Earl Vetterly. Little Fern Elea-1 nor Cadore as llower girl and Vernon Schneider as ring bearer led the bridal procession. Tho bride's gown was of white crepe meteortr!mmed with gold lace and pearl bands, and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and corn flowers. She traveled in a greej silk suit with hat to correspond. The bridesmaid was gowned in pearl gr?V taffeta and her flowers were red roses. A dainty collation was served at the musical college, after which the guests were received at the home, of the bride's mother. Mrs. Johanna Schneid er. 4 62 Plummer avenue, where a four course wedding supper was served. The decorations were in the bride's colors of white and pink. The tables were attractive with boquets of Kill arney roses and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Chilton left last evening, on a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home in Muncie. Kan. Among the guests at the wedding were the Misses Delia Hartjey and Lillian Wiedereche of Chicago; Earl Vetterly and Vachel Cannon of Michigan City; Mr. "Daugh erty of Whiting, Mrs. Heineman of' Crown Point. Mrs. Locke of .Whiting. Mrs. William Foss. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schneider and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schneider and family. Mr. arid Mrs. C. Donald, Miss Hattie Wahl. Miss Frieda Heineman, Miss Dora Otto and Miss Elizabeth Webber. Kenry Herbst and Herman Harjes have returned from a two weeks' east ern trip. They visited In New York City. Boston. Philadelphia and Wash ington. George Smith has returned from a two wseks' eastern trip. Mrs. W. A. Jordan of Detroit street, has returned from Jeff ersonvills. Ind, where she visited her son, Wilson Jor dan, who has enlisted In the hospital corps and -will leave soon for Hatties burg. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. Galllger of Chicago, are spending the week with Mrs. noS bauer. 148 Bauer street. Mrs. W. A. Jordan and her guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Slage and son Wii lard. of Memphis, Tenn.. are spending the day in Chicago. LAWYER iO DETECTIVE ANGERED Who is guilty of stealing two leath er grips from a B & O. freight car, consigned to a -Gary firm, the defendant NEWSPAPER IN ISTKICT AND IS THE BEST WAY .FOR DEALERS TO GET IN TOUCE WITH THE PERSPECTIVE CUSTOMEE fTT Every Man in Lake County Who ijhas Money to Use in Buying an Automobile Reads THE TIMES. YOU DON'T BELIVE f CLS1S FOR A HAIR T KAXIi THIS TEST. Let your family examine your scalp aid hair; look at it yourself In tha mirror; spend two minutes of your ttnr.e each day, morning or evening with Vola-Vita, TOUR HAIR'S BEST FRIEXD, and In one week note the Im proved condition. Tour family will see it nd every friend you have will say, "I never noticed before what beautiful hair you have." Vola-Vita is recommended to restore lifeless or gray hair to its natural color and luster, to stop falling hair, to relieve itching scalp, to eradicate dand ruff, and to promote the growth of hair. Use Vola Vita. TOUR HAIR'S BEST FRIEXD. and WATCH IT WORK, Vola-Vita contains no alcohol, guar anteed harmless. Vola-Vita is cold and guaranteed to work by H. L. Weia. Hammond. Ind. Write the Vola-Vita Mfg. Co., ISO W. Austin Ave.. Chicago, for free booklet "THE REAL FACTS ABOUT HAIR.- Adr. HOW TO TELL RANK OF ARMY OFFICER (By Vntted Prfus.) WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. Tou can tell the rank of an American army officer by knowing that: A Second Lieutenant has an epau lette with no bar. A First Lieutenant has an epau lette with one white bar." A Captain has an epaulette with two white bars. A Major has an epaulette with a gold maple leaf thereon. A . Lieutenant Colonel haj an epaulette with a silver maple leaf. A Colonel has an epaulette with a silver spread eagle thereon. A Brigadier General has an epau lette with one silver star. A Major General has an epaalette with two silver stars. A Lieutenant General has an e-paulette with three silver stars. A General Is exceedingly rare Thus far in our history there have been only two. They wefe Wash ington and Grant. or the detective who made the arrest? Attorney J. H. Conroy cf the law firm. McMahon & Conroy, startled the Hammond court today by accusing the detective, Irwin, cf "framing up" on his client, Harry Phlllippe, a B. & O. switchman. "Tcu or your accomplice' stole the grips, Irwin. Isn't that right?" snapped the attorney. "Xo," answered the detective. "And you 'framed up' on Phillippe?' " shot back the defense. Words came thick and fast for the next few minutes. The detective slur red Mr. Conroy, who took exception and tsked him to "step outside you big lumox. Tou can't scare me." Phillippee was charged with grand larceny. Evidence showed that the grips were worth less and the state con sented to change the affadavit to petty larceny. The bags were en route to the Dave & Mack clothing store, Gary. According to the dstective's testi mony about 2:45 o'clock Wednesday morning he saw a light in the B. & O. yards near Robertsdale. He attempted to follow the light but lost it. Hear ing footsteps and noise like the sound of tearing paper he traced it to a freight car which, he said, was locked twenty minutes previous. The seal had been broken and the door opened. As he stepped up he said Phillipe was just coming out of the car with the two grips. Further hearing was continued -until next Tuesday morning. Mr. Conroy did not put his client on the stand. At torney Cleveland prosecuted. WHITING TO GET NEW HABERDASHER Lawrence Hoffman today announced that he will move his store from Ham mond the latter part of the week to a location at 119th street and Sheridan avenue. Whiting. His present location ANY t II Headlines Made in Germany The Vigilantes Call Attention to the Pro-German Tone of the St. Louis. " Amerika' ' St. Louis is the happy possessor of a large number of hyphenates. It is con sequently tho happy possessor of sev eral newspapers which can scarcely be called "hyphenated." since they are so completely German. One of these is a weekly, "Der llerold des Glaubens." An otner is a daily. It is called "Amerika." The headlines of this newspaper, pub lished In the United States at a time when this country is nt war with Ger many, the Vigilantes point ' out, might have been written in the Wilhelm strasse. THE BATTLE OF MESSIXES BROUGHT THE BRITISH NEITHER LAURELS XOR ADVANTAGES, IX SPITE OF THE TREMENDOUS BAXGIXG. SATS BERLIN. AUSTRIAN'S BROUGHT TROCTS AXD BATTERIES FROM THE RUSSIAN' FRONT AND THREW THEM AGAINST THE ITALIANS. WHO ARE BEGINNING TO FEEL THE RESULTS. XEWS OF SINKING OF U-BOATS BT ARMED MERCHAXT-MEX QUES TIONED BT COMPETENT AUTHOR ITY ITALIAN'S GETTING IT IN THE NECK, BEING BAGGED BY AUS TRIAN'S BY" REGIMENTS. Here is the heading from one of a series of articles evidently clipped from a pro-German Swiss paper: "NOT THE SLIGHTEST DOUBT OF THE ABSOLUTE INVINCIBILITY OF THE GERMAN FRONT." at 163 State street is to be remodeled and Hcffman may reopen when it is finished. The store at Whiting will be permanent, however. Rather than be closed while the present place was re modeled Mr. Hoffman decided to open another store. His business In Ham mond outgrew the State street loca tion and remcdeling was necessary. UlfLEBl GOES TO 4TH FIT!! Major J. A. Vmpleby, formerly com mander of Company F of Gary, a part of the First infantry, has been detailed to head a bataliion in the new Fourth Indiana infantry, according to orders issued by Gen. H. B. Smith. First Lieu tenant Thbmas Riley is commanding of ficer of the company for the time be ing. Major George Healey. editor of the Rennselaer Republican, has been made lieutenant colonel of the First infantry. Captain Dwight Green of the Muncie troops stationed here also has been made a major. Last night non-commissioned, of fleers of Company F presented Major Umpleby with a costly wrist watch. One hundred and seventy-seven Gary men ordered itp fr physical examina tion in exemption districts two and three appeared today at the Y. M. C. A. where two boards held session. Examination in these two districts will continue for three days until the first quota is obtained. Tomorrow morning at six o'clock exemption district num ber one will begin its examination in the Reynold3 building All details as to physical examina tion and claims for exemption will be announced next -week. The boards will not make known any findings concerning examinations at this time. In district number three -'fifty-two men were examined up until noon. Drs. Skeen and Yarrington assisted Dr. McMichaels in the work. The men stripped of their clothes filed into the examining room in squads of ten. Michael Laczko. serial number U36. was the first man examined. In the second district Dr. Gannon was assisted by Dr. Verplatik and Dr. Srhaible. Herbert Graham of the exemption board said that eleven men had been examined up to noon. EXEMPTION BOARD RULES TIGHTENED - No More Members Can Re sign Except for Most Urgent Reasons. Jesse E. Eschbach, state conscription agent, is in receipt of a telegram from Provost Marshal General Crowder, stat ing no more resignations from local ex emption boards will be accepted except under most necessary conditions. The telegram follows: "Please send following ruling to local boards, giving it widest press publicity: Ample time and opportunity has now been allowed to persons designated as members of local boards to present any reasons they may have for not serving as such. It is indispensible that the personnel of these boards be permanent. By section 6 of the selective, service law persons designated to perform this service are effectively drafted for this duty, as are the registrants who are to be selected for military service. In the future members of local boards will be excused from performing his service for the most urgent reasons ap proved by the governor of their state. It i3 requested that the governor closely scrutinize each case presented to him and he recommend the excuse of mem bers of local boards only in case of great hardship. Unless the governor believes that -the excuse presented is valid, substantial and controlling the attention of the person directed to serve, the case should be reported to the nearest representative of the fed eral department of Justice. These in structions do not apply, of csvrr, to GARY m GALLED UP "WITH ALMOST LEGEXDAR7 FAITH IX HINDEXBURG THE PEOPLE KEEPS ITS COURAGE AND EARN EST SENSE OF DUTY." The third significant article in "Amer ika," with a double-column head, is printed not In German, but in English. It is an article syndicated by Hearst's International News Service and it is written by Richmond Pierson Hobson of Santiago fame. Mr. Hobfon follows the lead of the pro-German editors who are cleverly playing on American prejudices of a by gone generation and twisting the British lion's taiU He toots the anti-English horn, in fact, quite to the kaiser's taste. The gist of the article is in this sen tence : "Britain has probably half her vast inerchant-rharine, which ought to be at the service of the allies, and two-thirds of her army, that ought to be in France, out over the face of the earth engaged In the safer and more profitable task of taking over German colonies and out lying ports of the- Turkish empire and adding them to the vast British em pire." The newspaper in which these articles appear' is called "Amerika" and it is' published in the United States. But it is In no sense, in this crisis, an Amer ican paper. For, as far as the ordi nary reader can Judge, it is interested primarily not in the success of the cause of the United States and of the allies, but in the success of Germany. This newspaper should either be for bidden the use of the mails or should have a strictly American guardian ap pointed for it to write its headlines and editorials. members of boards who are to be re moved under instructions from the war department." SERVE COITRY BETTER BT HIK'llG STEEL ' Gary Lieut. A Steel Official, Told lo Remain Making Munitions. In May Roisert J. LaMotte. a young official of tha Gary plant of the Illi nois Steel company, feeling that he should serve his country, took the examination for the officers' reserve corps. In June he was commissioned a first lieutenant of engineers. When Lieut. LaMotte told his supe riors this, his department superintend ent, Charles Wheeler pointed out that he woujd serve America better mak ing munitions. In which he was skilled, than going to the front. Lieut. La Motte then decided to put the question up to the war department, agreeing to abide by its decision. . The return reply was that Eupt. Wheeler is right and that LaMotte can better serve his country by being an officer of those sustaining the firing line than being an officer on the firing lire. He was notified to return his commission. T LAY IN COIL ' FOR ANOTTER WEEK Defense Council, Pinning Hope on Washington, Givers Out the Word. The public w-111 not be advised to make immediate purchases of coal, at least not for another week. This an nouncement followed a conference be tween Evans Woolen. Will Irwin and E M. Wilson of the state council of defense and Gov.i Goodrich yesterday at Indianapolis. The delay of recommending immedi ate purchase is attributed to hope be ing placed in the coal situation through legislative channels at Wash ington. H. R. Kurrie. president of the Monon railroad, stated at the meeting of the state council of defense that during the summer months the railroads are 15' yV 1 t' wlm WmA - m 1 I 1 i Head Aciied Constantly Catarrh Smell and Taste Frequent Nose Bleed, Could Get No Relief. better equipped to make coal deliveries than during the winter because of the decrease in operating efficiency when weather conditions are less favorable. Mr. Kurrie astounded the members cf the councU in the statement that, in his opinion, the pressure on the rail roads by the state council of defense should be continued rather than lifted and that it had been his experience, speaking for the Monon railroad, that the pressure was Just what the rail roads needed. He said since 11..- covn cil got after the railroad companies, the Monon was now making ten cars do the work formerly obtained from twelve cars. NEW LICENSES (Special to The Times.) CROWN POINT. IND.. Aug. 2 The following marriage licenses have been Issued: Otto Henry Kunie and Bertha Holm berg. Gary. Christ Parris and Annabelle Metro. Gary. Edward Bernhardt and Flossie Den man. Merrillville. Ind. Stanilaus Jomski and Nellie May, Gary. MRS. STANTON SEEKS DIVORCE CROWN' POINT. IXD.. Aug. 2. Suit was filed today by Attorneys George Hershman and Theodore Klotx for Maud Stanton, wife of Attorney Homer Stanton of Gary, who seeks a decree of divorce. $20,000 alimony, the custody of their four children, and SL200 a year for the support cf the children. Mrs. Stanton claims thather husband is worth $0,000. GARY DRAFT The third day call. Gary exemption district number 1. is as follows, the men to report Monday. August 5. Ma jor McFadden's office. Reynolds" build ing: Call Serial No. No. 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 32S BenJ. Joseph. 83 E. 8th Av. 2322 A. A. Pearson. 350 Adams. 3671 Peter Pappagf eroporoleo, 830 Adams. 1293 R. Henderer. Gary Y.M.C.A 2730 L. W. Simons. 704 Conn. 972 Carl Rawson. 764 Wash. 983 R. A. Mahoney. 555 Adams. 757 h. E. Poppla, S67 Penn. 9$6 Don Karodas, 645 Adams. 5463 E. Haack. Clark Station. 3819 Luther McGee. 4541 Dear born St.. Chicago. 3251 C. E. Holmes. Fire D . C. H. 368 Henry Boyle. 649 Adams. 3230 Isadore Pappas. 347 Polk. 3456 E. H. Walls. 408 Jeff. 332 Yanko Vuich. 549 Carolina. 3S57 George D. Tiernan. Lake Carrier's Assn. F. B. Morse 2030 C Kontecik, 267 Polk. 379 M. Schwartz, 568 Carolina. 1560 B. L. Engstrom. Com. hotel. 3795 Mike Kopke. 805 Madison. 3563 Isaac Odisbee. 754 Adams. 643 E. S. Risler. 269 Taney. 2107 Eli. Crippen. 300 W. 5th Av. 3212 Al. Brownstein. Brdwy. Htl. 3039 Jas. Victoria, 111. Steel Hos. 120 S. A. Jones. 613 Maryland. 574 F. E. Bussey, 125 W. Sth A 652 W. E. Miller. 366 Madison. 2666 O. B. Thiel. S00 Broadway. 3180 H. W. Welles. 410 Monroe. 2695 S. B. McGhee, Gary hotel. 3687 R. Rocksberry. 708 Jeff. 1300 W. E. Irwin. Gary Y.M.C.A. 2124 James E. Ewing. 457 Jeff. 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 239 20 261 262 263 264 265 366 267 268 Keep ! v ?V f i " - KOOL KLOTHES S and nderwear u To Fit Any Man at the kVWVWHM Mod 11 1011' ROTHSCHILD & HIRSCH 568570 Hohman Street Hammond, Ind.- Mr- J. B. Reese. Habnab. Md., writes: ""Two years a?o I became a sufferer with catarrh, which continued to grow worse and made me miser able. I could scarcely smell at all. and my taste had almost left me- My head ached constantly, and at times had hich fever and bleeding at the nose- I was a perfect wreck. "I tried several doctors, but derived no relief. 1 rad in one of your little booklets, called 'Ills of Life,' of Pe runa beinc a remedy for catarrh, and procured a bottle at once After the use of one bottle I felt some better, so I tried the second and the third, and now I am a well man. All praise is due Peruna" Those who object to liquid medi cines can now procure Peruna in tab let form. A STAM1AII1) FAMII.V II EMKDV. Adv. 269 1673 F. J. Turner. 443 Adams. 270 13S7 C. C. Wcrdel, 349 Ambrldge. 271 2707 J. Sutton, Em p. Bti. I. S. C. 272 29S M. Sstiokavlch. 565 Vermt. 273 3273 W. Maryanovlch. Fire Dept. 274 3630 W. A. Ryan. 761 Jefferson. 273 3175 R. Paulstn. 532 Van Buren. 276 3 43S A. L. Stephens. 433 Adams. 277 2S50 Amos Thatcher. S01 Taylor. 278 3073 Guncnz. Arthur. 520 Harsn. 279 675 F. C. Hoi field. ;72 Delaware 2sn 3015 F. O. itaici. 4'. ;uckon. m 213" P. L. r r-r j.'i Madl.or. 2S2 17t..- ..4. Cusses, 61 W. tjih &ve. 233 1324 R. B. Hirons, 529 Adams. 284 114S A. J. Knoblich, 670 Adam?. 285 1647 E. H. Kleinschmidt. 560 Plk. SS6 266S A. Martin. 532 Conn. 287 1334 L. W. Carlander, GaryYMCA 258 1906 I. H. Bard. 354 Jeff. 289 2017 J. Campbell, Kirk hotel. 290 2397 J. Guy, 640 Broadway. 231 343 M. D. Borsell. 360 Madison. 292 20 G$ S. Basavich, 129 Polk. 293 2414 P. S. Katsonlls. 804 Brdwy. 234 1613 A. L. Kuchler, 453 Adams. 295 2100 J. W. Lynch, 302 Tyler. 296 982 N. Magroplo, 704 Wash. 297 3325 J. Bordovich, 642 Madison. 298 2467 Frank Ynunz, 445 Jeff. 259 726 E. L. Cage, 675 Delaware. 300 3633 K. Dobrian. Pierce St.. care of Joe Marsh, cont. 301 15 D. A. CimiorVas. 701 Carol. 302 905 C. A. Castle, 5 23 Adams. 3"3 933 L. F. Harris, S32 Wash. 304 3000 B. H. Allgrin. 433 Jackson. 305 3478 E. Langrob, 741 Conn. 306 2331 M. Samples, 401 Jeff. 307 1531 F. Corra, 651 Harrison. 308 3513 A. DeGeorge, 740 Adorns. 309 2061 S. Elosoft, Kirk Y.. E. J.&E. 310 3079 E. B. Harrington, 720 E. 6th 311 2916 S. Goshorf. Kirk Y., E.J.&E. 312 2209 J. ii. Carr. 440 Tyler. 313 1288 H. D. Hallin. Gary Y.M.C.A. 314 453 J. R. P. Kettle. 219 Ambdge. 315 3573 J. Micknisuror. 792 Jeff. 316 355 C. E. Peck. 818 Virginia. 317 1843 L. Lewis. 5th and Ambrldge 318 530 V. C. Brown. 254 Ambrldge. 319 809 H. E. Thatcher. 621 Delaw. 320 2679 K. Laoslo. 35 W. Sth ave. 321 1114 M. Stkovich. 843 Broadway. 322 3205 A. J Boissoan. 131S Fisher Av.. E. St. Louis. 111. 323 8715 Irving Marcus, 752 Adams. 324 3808 E. F. Hammer, 209 Marshall 325 2836 E. B. Marsh. 745 Harrison. 326 3795 Frank Koss, 816 Adams. 327 2607 L. C. Mulholland, 638 Bdwy. 32? 2473 J. Arrotti, 109 E. 7th ave. .329 3319 J. E. Waldon. 415 Van Bur. 330 1470 F. L. Boyd. Commercial htl. 331 645 M. T. Couliamos. 413 E. 6th 333 3135 W. C. Gerhardt. 453 Jeff. 333 2622 Jim Procus. 6S0 Broadway. 334 21S G. Morris, 570 Rhode Island. 335 620 M. Alahansas. 41S E. 6th Av 333 1334 H. J. McGuire, 524 Jeff. 337 3064 J. E. Irvine. 576 Harrison. 338. 550 F. H. Smith. 222 Taney St 339 3345 H. Gunther. 20 E. 6th. 340 3123 Frank Lange, 409 Monroe. 341 1611 T. H. Kearns, 437 Adams. 342 574 T. Sideris. 350 Van Buren. 343 3658 C. Stevoff. 444 Broadway. 344 277S E. C. Hocper. 743 Polk. 345 31 G. Bajadiya. 547 Rhode Isld. Be Careful to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of Largest Sale of Any Medicine in th World iold rrwher. in boxes. 10c. 2S. Kool irts Clothing