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Thursdav. Aucust, 2. 1917.
THE TIMES PAGE NINE. Classified Advertisements NOTICE Hereafter no classified ad m ta excepted ovar twlcplxona that parson baa a t lepfcoii 1 furalsUes ua witU tlx oorf,f T?I ber of lima at ol placing" All person. claciaff "fT'J mercts with na otc plioaa ,,tr t the offica and tyJot ??tr In five days. Othrwis f charge of TSS CUTS wUl xtta for COILXCTIXO. The best aerrlce cam T?tj trinlng your det'tl " office ana pay for aine at tim placing- tne adTartiaanaa. tilS COTTWTT PrajXW3 UBLXSiII!.i CO. Wanted Male Help. :3tf wTTTTED-Acetyline 7mf S. Betz Co.. Hammond. ' ,. . vxrT1 -,-c per hour. & S. tracks. . . . ,t t ll BORERS WE SHIP PAIL i R- Viirv. Wis.. New York Ohio Iowa. Mich.. Neb.. Wyo. Colo. So Dalv farp We Mont, and V ash. Free k. i western ;1S want farm Urn. " . i 31. rrA man Harbor. ... NTETWI man work. AJress X X C. l .nt 7:31;3 rnond. . - hill. Straube Piano v.o.. 7:31:3 store. lnw 7.31:- -VENTED Boy In grocery Hammond. . Calumet and Forsytn g.v6 cago. iiammu""- U----FD Man- waffs 15 per week. McElrfy BeltYng Co.. Hammond wages to suitable man. ah . Stein ft Co.. Hammond. Hammond. - form i,a"' Atandard Oil Co9 TO hour day. Appl5 an Blv(5. across gatp. locf pc Line Co."!- office. Ft. from I".'a t & schaefer Co.. Whiting. Ind. KoB"-titK 8:5:1 engineers andcojitrartm: -AVXErvJwatehman for day teYdv portion. APPU- '' i B. Conkey Co.. Hammond. Tnd. 81 TT . PiCT SELLING SPE- AVK ill needed in every farmer's or oialty Tieeaen m m,n village heme- nlta? to organize terri rith tTv", have bunch of agents tnryl li for you yon can make a for ne I? Luis Hotel Lincoln. Ind.ana Harbor. Wanted Female Help. WANTED Experienced "white grirl for gentfal housework ; small "ilr and no washing; good pay. 814 Jeff erson.t.. Gary. - - WANTED Girl or young man to trace letters on name plates; ex- P-rienc, ot essential Union Iron Trs.t Chicago. 7.2 tr w.vTEn Competent stenographer for general office work; steady po sition, good pay. Rox 176. Hammond. ;j WANT HP Girl In restaurant. Apply 171 Conkey ave., Hammond. 7:31:3 WANTED Girl to operate power sw inS machine. McElroy Belting Co., Hammond. . WANTED Waitress. Main Restaurant Hammond. 8:'z WANTED ?ales ladies for furnishing dept.; Polish or Hungarian speaking preferred. Apply at once. Feifer & wr7fli CMrasro ave.. East Chi ?:2:1 cago. WANTED Middle aged lady to do housework by week, go home nights. Phone 2439 Hammond. 23 State st WANTED Girl for house work 40 May St.. Hammond. Oscar Sheffield Wanted to Rent. WANTED TO RENT Four room house furn. Geo. Gilman. 130 Fayette st. Phone 2545 Hammond. 8:1:3 WANTED TO RENT Flat or cottage, north or east sid- preferable; good rfer).nce. r.o children. L S. Time. Hammond. 8:2:1 For Sale Horses and Cattle FOR SALE Two horses. Apply AAA. Dairy. Indiana Harbor. 7:19:tf Wanted to Buy. WANTED Auto, will trade well lo rated corner lot for good auto. See Nick Mayor. 3521 Deodar st., Indiana Harbor. Phone 79nJ. 7:2S:7 For Sale Automobiles. FOR SALE Moline auto in first class condition: new tires and all extras; reasonable if taken at once. 191 Phefn fleid ave. Phone 1001M Hammond. 7:25: FOR SALE Two Federal trucks with iij ton capacity, having express top and side curtains; in good condition, now being used in our delivery service. For a real truck bargain apply K. C. M'.nas Co., Hammond. 7:31:3 Lost and Found. KOST Between Indiana Harbor and Burnham. 33x4 filler tire and rim. Finder please call 129 Indiana Harbor. 7:il:3 LO?T Or strayed away, a b'ack Per sian male cat, very gentle, with white points; has been gone for several days. Reward tor information leading to its return. Call phone 300. Mrs. Parry, 44 Warren St., Hammond. 7:31:3 LOST On st. car between Hammond and 63rd St.. card case containing 2 K. of C. traveling cards and $10, also pair. of eye glasses. Return 7 Rimhaih Ave., Hammond. 8:1:2 Real Estate Bargains FOR SALE--We!l located orner lot; pasv terms. Inquire Nick Mayer. 352 1 Deodar t.. Indiana Harbor. Pnjjnj FOR SLE Two story house and half aerp of lani on School t.. Hf ville. Ind. Mrs. Wm. Dedelow. phone 1 376Y4. 81:6 f'OR SVLE New 5 ami 6 room strictly modern cottages and biincalowj. from $.".0 to $100 an1 $20 flfh. rmlanoe monthiv. Phnne 1776 or s'e Mrs. Bun nell. 5SI Mii higan ave . Hammond. FOR SALE Owner leaving city, will sacrifice new m.i.li'rn home on south side; sun parlor and other special fea tures; easy terms. Phone 51 Hammond FOR SALE To close an estate. loO acres fine farm land. I-insing and Illinois, three miles from Hammond. Has two houses, two barns; can be d. vided in two or more farms. H. C. r ton 909 First Nntl. Bank TV.dg.. ,h. carro. 111. 7:31:3e,I For Sale Miscellaneous. FOR SALE Unredeemed diamonds and railroad watches'. Lesser a Reiiuble Loan Hank. 65 Siate 8t.. Hammond. Open evenings. 4-12-tt 4TONKEY-3 BUTTERMILK STARTING Food, the chick food made with BUTTERMILK. 2ic and 5 Jc pkgs. at Maginot Bros., 174 Fayette St.. Ham mond. :3:tf BROODER STOVES 4 styles -t I11.T5 to $16. Maginot Bros., Cyphers and Buckeye ageiits. 17 Fayette st.. Ham mond. 3 :1 7 1 f crussMAcrt. fkkd rooitlno co lit Clinton st. Fbone 7IT. East Chl cago. phose 4SSR. -11-lm WANTED Old false teeth. Don't mat ter if broken. I r-y 2 to SIS per set. Send bv parcel post and rceive check bv return mail. I.. Mpt, 2007 S. Fifth St., Philadelphia. Pa. 7:27 FOR SALE Gas range and heating stove, sanitary couch, folding baby carriage o.l basket, hieh cha r, baby bed. rocking chair. 3424 Grapevine st. upstairs). Ind'ana Harbcr. Phone 620J. 7:30:4 FOR SALE Mattresses of all gra. . retail at wholesale rrices; also mat tresses renovated at lowest prices. Metropolitan Merc. Co.. 56 PUimmer ave.. Hammond. :-0 FOR SALE Brown reed baby car. rag, good as new. 418 Bauer st. Phone 1767 Hammond. 8:1:3 FOR SALE One set of complete Prac tical Railroading. $25. 797 Walter St.. flat B. Hammond. 8:1 :lw FOR SALE Cow. Hammond. 90 Hoffman st.. 8:2:5. FOR SALE Baby earriag?, good con dition. 9S Manila ave. Phone 'i.'o Hammond. 8:2:1 FOR SALE Cheap, practically new reed baby carriage. Phon--- 1194V." or 1909 Hammond. lf86 Van Buren st. 8:2:2 For Sale I,Iotorcyc:es. nn MOTORCYCLES Qfl tU SECONDHAND All makes. Singles and Twins, from S25.0O up. Sold on easy payments. Excelsior Autocyde Salesroom. WALZ t SLIGER, 229 STATE ST. 4:18:3 FOR SALE Three speed Harley-D. No 15 "with or without side car. 492 Fields ave. rhone 2335 Hammond. Miscellaneous. PAINTING. PAPER HANGING Good work, prices right; estimate fre; ppen shop. Independent Decorat;ng Co., 232 Michigan ave. Phone 2931 Ham mond. CINDERS GIVEN AWAY Apply at HAMMOND DISTILLING CO, i - ii -i . MANURE GIVEN AWAY FOR THE hauling. Phone 662 Hammond. 8:1:1 The new Maxine Beauty Parlor, 510 Hammond Blng. Phone 148(5 for ap pointments. Open evenings. 8:2:1 For Rent. FOR RENT Two new modern bunga lows on Elm St.: furnace hat. 191 Sheffield ave. Phone 1001M Hammond. 7:31:lw FOR RENT '-room house, toilet, gas and electric. J18. 494 Merle ave. Tel. 1933 Hammond. S;2tf For Rent Furnished Rooms FOR RENT Furn. rooms for hskg. Call 183 Plummer ave.. Harnmond 7:2t! FOR RENT Furn. front room, down town, every modern convenience. 11 Rimbach ave. Phone 2293 Hammond. 7:30tf FOR RENT Two rooms furn. or nn furn.; modern. 578 State St., flam mond. K:l:2 FOR RENT Two unfurn. rooms. Tel. 2S57 Hammond. 8:1:4 FOR Rf N'T Rooms for light hskg.; no children. .1527 Elm St.. Indiana Harbor. 8:2:3 FOR RENT Large, f irn. room. 812 So Ilohman St., Hammond. 8:2.3 FOR RENT Two strictly modtrn. cleanly we 1 furn. light hskg. rooms. Phone 1 776 or call 531 Michigan ave. Hammond. S:;-.i FOR RENT Two rooms for light hskg.; clean and modern, no children Fhor.t 11S3J Hammond. S:2:2 FOR RENT Furn. rooms for light hskg. or sleeping; electric, Kas and bath. 334 Indiana ave., Hammond. 8:2:1 FOR RENT Two modern rooms for light hskg.; near So. Shore l'ne. lp; Sheffield ave. P.ione 257 4 Hammond. 8:2:1 FOR RENT Two furn. light hskg. rooms for man and wife. IS Cond.c St.. Hammond. S:2:2 FOR RENT Furn. room, modern, for gentleman. 24-B Douglas st., Ham mond. 8:2:1 Situations Wanted. PERSON AI.r Wanted practical nurs ing. Phone 709 Hammond. 8:2:3 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE ADOPTION OF PRIMARY ASSESSMENT ROLL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That on the 23rd day of July, 1917, the Board oi Public Works adopted a Primary Xs- scssment Roll for the improvement of ALLEY N'UMBKR TWO (2) EAST. Sec. 1. from the South line of Fifth Avenue to the North line of the Right of Way of the Wabash Railroad, within the City of Gary, Lake County, Indiana, under Declaratory Resolution Number Eighteen Hundred Sixty-one (1S61) adopted on the 7th day of February, 1917. by the Board of Public Works. The intersecting streets and alleys are: Alley Five 5) South. The parallel streets and alleys with in One Hucdred Fifty (150) feet are: Massachusetts Street and Connecticut St net. Said Assessment Roll contains the names of the owners and description of property to be assessed, with the amounts of the prima facie assessment against each lot or parcel of land sub ject to assessment and is on file and can be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works and the City Clerk in the City Hill, Gary, Lake County, Indiana. On the 6th day of August. 1917, at Nine o'clock A. M., the Board of Pub lic Works will meet in its office at the City Hall to hear and receive remon strances against the amounts assessed against each of said lots and parcels of land and wi!4 hear and determine the question as to whether the same hae been bene filled or will b specially benefitted by said improvement in the amounts set forth in said roll, and will then give a hearing to all persons in terested, and thereafter sustain or modify in whole or in part the respec tive prima facie assessments on said roll. By order of the Board of Public Works. W. J. FULTON, P. B. I.AM!, FRANK Z. . ADZKI. Attest: Board of Public Works. LOR ETTA BERN ST FIN". Clerk. 7 27, 2?. 30. 3i: 7 i, 2. 3. NOTICE OF THE ADOPTION OF PRIMARY ASSESSMENT ROLL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That on the 23rd day of July, 1917, the Board of Public Works adopted a Primary Assessment Roll for the im provement of ALLEY FOl'R (4) WEST, Sec. 4. from 10 fc-et North of the South line of 21st Avenue to 10 feet South of the North line of 2Trd Avenue, within the City of Gary. Lake County. Indiana, under Declaratory Resolution Number Eighteen Hundred Seventeen (117) adopted on the 11th day of September, 1916. by the Board of Public Works. The parallel streets and alleys within One Hundred Fifty (150) feet are: Jefferson and Madison Streets. Said Assessment Roll contains the names of the owners and description of property to be assessed, with the amounts of the prima facie assessment against each lot or parcel of land sub ject to assessment and is on file and can be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works and the City Clerk in the City Hall, Gary, Lake County, In diana. On the 6th day of August, 1917. at Nine o'clock A. M.. the Board of Pub lic Works will meet in its office at the City Hall to hear and receive remon strances agf.inst tne amounts assessed against each of said lots and parcels of land and will hear and determine the question as to whether the same have been benefited or will be specially benefitted by said improvement in the amounts set forth in saiu roll, and will then give a hearinjt to all persons In terested, and thereafter sustain or modify in whole or in part the respec tive prima facie assessments on said roll. By order of the Ioard of Public Works. W. J. FULTON, P. B. LA.MR. FRA. ZAU'ADZKI. Attest: Boar 1 of Public Works. LORETTA BERNSTEIN. Clerk. 7 27. 28. 30. 31; 8 1. 2. 3. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, FOR THE DISTRICT OF INDIANA. IN BANKRUPTCY'. IN THE MATTER OF LOUIS GEORGE. VOLUNTARY BANKRUPT. CAUSE NO. 271. To the creditors of Louis George, voluntary bankrupt. of Gary, Lake County. State of Indiana: You. and each of you, are hereby no tified that on the 22nd day of June, A. D. 1917. Louis George was duly ad judged a bankrupt, and the first meet ing of his creditors will he held at the Federal Court Room, Hammond, Indi ana, at five-thirty o'clock p. m.. Tues day, Aupust 14. 1917. at wh'ch 1 -Je the creditors may attend, prove their claims, examine th bankrupt, appoint a trustee and transact such further business as may properly come before such meeting. .In-order to receive consideration all claims must be properly endorsed on the outer side thereof with the nare, of the bankrupt, name and address of creditor. Btnount claimed. and name and address of counsel, if any. HARRY C. SHERIDAN, Referee in Bankruptcy. Frankfort, Indiana, August 1. 1917 8:1:1 STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OK LAKE. SS: BEFORE THE HON. FRANK D. PREST. J. P., IN AND FOR NORTH TOWNSHIP, LAKE COUNTY, INDIANA. David Milne, doing business under the firm name and style of Acorn Motor Car Company. Plaintiff vs L. Teboto, whose true Christian name Is un known, and P. Swharts, whose true Christian name is unknown. To L. Teboto, whose true Christian name is unknown, and P. Swharts, whose true Christian name is unknown: Whereas. David Milne, doing business under the firm name and style of Acorn Motor Car Company has filed in this court, his complaint, affidavit and bond for attachment of certain property al leged to belong to you, and also his cr f.davlt that you are a non-resident of the State of Indiana. You are therefore notified that safd cause has been set for hearing on the 11th day of September. 1917. at 9:00 o'clock A. M-, and unless you appear at that time, and answer his complaint, said cause will be heard in your absence and an order made for the sale of said property. FRANK D. FREST, J. r. Dated this 19th day of July, 1917. NOTICE. Two boxes of household goods left in ;orage by Mrs. Richardson more than two year's ago will be sold to pay charges if not called for within thirty days from date. THE ANNEX EXCHANGE. 244 E. State St.. Hammond. July 19. 1917. 7:19:2 GRAVEL ROAD LETTING. LAKE COUNTY, INDIANA. Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, August 9th, 1917, at tha House in Crown Point. Indiana, the Board of Commissioners of said County will let to the lowest responsible bid der, the construction of a certain Gravel Road In St. John Township, known as the Michael Seberger Road, according to the rlans and specifica tions on file in tie Auditor's Office. Sealed bids msy be left with the undersigned Auditor up to 1 o'clock p. m. of the day of the letting. Bond for double the amount of the bid must accompany all bids, one of the sureties must be a resident of Lake County. Indiana, or a Surety Company authorized to do business in Lake County, Indiana. The same fo be re turned to all unsuccessful bidders. The right to reject any and nil bids is re served. JAMES BLACK. GEO. O. SCHAAF, JOHN H. CLAUSSEN. Board of Commissioners of Lake v-cunty, I nuia na. Attest: EDWARD SIMuN. ' Auditor Lake County, Indiana, 7 J9. 26; 8 2. .KAVEL ROAD LETTING! LAKE COUNTY. INDIANA. Notice is hereby given that on Thursday. August 9th, 1917, at the Commissioners' Room in the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, the Board of Commissioners of said County will let to tho lowest responsible bidder the construction of a certain Gravel Road in Calumet Township, known as ilie II. G. Jones Road, according to the plans and specifications on file in the Auditor's Office. Sinkd bids may be left with the un dersigned Auditor up to l o'clock p. m. of the day of the letiing. Bond for double the amount of the bid must accompany all bids, one of the sureties must be a resident of Lake County, Indiana, or a Surety Company, authorized to do business in Lake County, Indiana. The same to be re turned to all unsuccessful bidders. The right to reject any anu all bids is re served. JAMES BLACK, GEO. O. SCHAAF. JOHN H. CLAUSSEN. Bo3rd of Commissioners of Lake County, Indiana. Attest: EDWARD SIMON, Auditor Lake County, Indiana. r 19. s- GRAVEL ROAD LETTING, LAKE COUNTY. INDIANA. Notice is hereby given that on Thurs day, August 9th, 1917, at the Commis sioners' Room in the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, the Board of Com missioners of said County will let to the lowest responsible bidder, the con struction of a certain Gravel Road in St. John and Ross Townships, known as the Carl Greb Road, according to the plans ard specifications on file in the Auditor's Office. Sealed bids may be left with the un dersigned Auditor up to l o'clock p. m. of the day of the letting. Bond for double the amount of the bid must accompany all bids, one of the sureties must be a resident of Lake County, Indiana, or a Surety Company authorized to do business in Lake County. Indiana. The same to be re turned to all unsuccessful bidders. The right to reject any and all bids is re served. JAMES BLACK. GEO. O. SCHAAF, JOHN H. CLAUSSEN. Board of Commissioners of Lake County. Indiana. Attest: EDWARD SIMON. Auditor Lake Couaty, Indiana. 7 19, 26; 8 2. GRAVEL ROAD LETTING. LAKE COUNTY. INDIANA. Notice is hereby given that on Thurs day. August 9th, 1917, at the Commis sioners' Room In the Court House in Crown Toint, Indiana, the Board of Commissioners of said County will let to the lowest responsible bidder, the construction of a certain Gravel Road in Center Township, known as the Louis Resder Road, according to the plans and specifications on file in the Auditor's Office. Sealed bids may be lett with the un dersigned Auditor up to 1 o'clock p. m. of the day of the letting. Bond for double the amount of the bid must accompany all bids, one of the sureties must be a resident of Lake County. Indiana, or a Surety Company authorized ".o do business in Lake County, Indiana. The same to be re turned to al': unsuccessful bidders. The right to reject any and all bids is re served. james black, geo. o. schaaf. john h. claussen. Board of Commissioners of Lake County. Indiana. Attest: EDWARD SIMON. Auditor Lake County. Indiana. 7 19-28: 82. RECEIVER'S NOTICE FOR THE SALE OF MACHINERY. FIXTURES. FUR NITURE AND RAW MATERIAL OF THE HAMMOND ASPHALT PROD UCTS CO. Ry virtue of an order of the Iake (Superior Court, sitting at Hammond, and subject to its approval, the under signed. Receiver of he Hammond As phalt Products Company, will, at the hour of ten a. m. on the 27th day of August. 1917, and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale af private sale, at the Citizens' German National Bank, corner of Hohman and Sibley Stree-.s in the City of Hammond. Indiana, the following described per sonal property, now in the hands of the undersigned Receiver: MACHINERY AND FIXTURES. 1 roofing mill, with shingle attach ment, also belts and pulleys. 1 10 h. p. motor. 1800 R. P. M. 3 phase. 60 Cycu.. volts 220. 1-5 h. p. Wagner motor. 1750 R. P. M., 115 volts. 2 Boilers complete, with st.ick. 1 Capping machine. 1 Steel Storage tank. 1 Rotary pump. 1 Bowser measuring pump. 1 Bradley stenciling machine. 1 Bookkeeping desk. 1 Typewriting desk. 2 large office filing cabinets. 1 Roll top desk,, old style. 1 Safe. 1 Mahogany desk with table and chair. 1 Chemical fire apparatus. 1-2-inch Homestead stop cock. 2 Hand trucks, good condition. 1 Heating vate, outside. 2 6000-gal. capacity steel storage tanks. 1 Carboy. RAW MATERIAL. 10 Bag soaprtone. 27 Bag red state. 16 Bag green state. 6 Roll sanded roofing. 2-pIy. 3 Roll 1-ply corduroy. 2 Bbl. scrap felt. 1600 lbs. old felt. 425 Bag silcia sand 182" fag. 200 Wrapping paper. 41- keB nails 459 lbs. 101 Crate 1 pint cement cans. 7 Bbls. shingle boxes "Corrogated." 30 Bag wooden plugs. 400 lbs. Burlap. 2 Cases white wax (paraflne). 20 M Shingles. Said property will be sold for not less than the full appraised value there of, for cash in hand, and subject in all things to the approval of said court. HARRY M. JOHNSON. Receiver, of Hammond Asphalt Prod ucts Co. Dated at Hammond, Indiana, this 2nd day of August. 1917. MrMAHON & CONROY. Attys. for Receiver. Aug 2 3 16 RECEIVERS NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE OF THE HAMMOND ASPHALT PRODUCTS COMPANY. The undersigned Receiver, appointed by the Lake Superior Court, sitting at Hammond. Indiana, hereby gives no tice that by virtu-? of an order of said Court, he will, at the hour of ten a. m on the 27th day of Aug.isf, 1917, at the Citizens' German National Bank, at the corner of Hohman and Sibley Streets in Hammond. Indiana, and from day t day thereafter until sold, offer for sale at private sale, all the interest of said Hammond Asphalt Products Oompany in and to the following described real estate; A part of lot four (4) in Section Thirty-one (31). Township Thirty seven (37) North, Range Nine (9) West of the Second Principal Merid ian, described as follows: Com mencing at the intersection of the solTh line of 150th Street in the City f Hammond, in said County and State, with the north right of way line of the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railroad and running thence east along the south line of said 150th Street a distance of four hundred thirty-three and two-tenths 1 433 2) feet t-. a point marked by a stake: thence south at right angles with said 150th Street three hundred ninety-nine and three-tenths (399.3) feet to the north of said right of way line of said railroad; thence northwestwardly along said right of way line to the plpce of beginning and containing two f.2) acres, more or les. together with the Improve ments thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of said court, for not less than the full appraised value of said real estate, uno-o the following terms and conditions: All cash in hand or one-third fl-3) cash in hand and the balance in two equal deferred pay ments, payable in nine (9) and eigh teen (IS) month from date hereon, together with interest at six per cent (6 per cent) per annum on such defer red payments and subject in all things to the approval of said court. HARRY M. JOHNSON. Receiver of the Hammond Asphalt Products Company. Dated at Hammond, Ind., this 2nd day of August, 1917. McMAHON & CONROY. Attys. for Receiver. Aug 2 9 1? REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS , RECORDED (Special to The Times.) CROWN POINT. IND., Aug. 2. The following transfers were recorded here today: GARY. David Komarovsky and wife to George Passow. L 41, B IS. Broadway Add $2.S0O.no Vincent Milaszewioz and wife to Virgil Gonan. L 8, B IS, Broadway Adi. 1.00 Snell Simpson Co. to Hattie Green et al, L 59. 60, B 5, Lincoln Pk. Add 90.00 John Palansky and wife to August Votipka and Eliza beth. L 14. N 3V2 ft. L 15. B 51. Gary Land Co. 's 1st Sub. 1.00 TOLLESTON. Edward C. Glover and wife, et al. to George Pritchard. Ls IS. 19. B 1. Franklin Sub. 36.50 Louis Mos to Peter G. Skerdis. et al, L 32. Roes Add l.rw) Louis Mos to George Pappa- John. L 33. Roes Add 1 00 Anton Horvath (unmar) to K. Benjamin Klein, L IS, B i. Co.'s 4th Add 700.00 Samuel J. Watson Tr. and wife to George F. Baker. Ls 9, 10, B 4. Co.'s 5th Add 1.00 Joseph L. Szepessy and wife to George F. Baker, L 8, B 4. Co.'s 5th Add l.nn Marlon L. Carr (spin) to John Pavlieh. L 17. B 14. Co.'s 6th Add .' 10.00 CEDAR LAKE. Pub Sub Co. to Harry New comet Brown. Ls 9 to 12, B 4. Plat L. M Shades Add. .. 31R.20 INDIANA HARROR. Harry S. Davis (bach) to John Brown and wife. Nwly'j L 17. B 44. Indiana Harbor...... 1.00 John Brown and wife to Harry S. Davis, Nwlyij L, 17. B 44. Indiana Harbor 1.00 E. Chgo. Co. to Josef Pozdur and wife, L 14, resub Bs 20 and 21. 4th Add 1.00 Antony Kwlatkowski and wife to Paul Kempski and w:fe, L 13. B 3. 3rd Add 1.00 J. W. Barry Tr. to William J. Hastings, L 42. B 24. 2nd Add 1,000.00 HOBART. Edward C. Fiestf r and wife to Edmund J. Fleck, L 6. B 24. Earles Lake George 5th Sub. l.oo Martin M. Reiss and wife to Joseph Barage, L 9, B 5; Ls 6. 7. It 6; F. D. Barnes Gary Add i.oo EAST CHICAGO. Margaret O'Connell and hus band to Hamd. Whiting & E. Chgo. Ry. Co.. E 50 ft. L 5 (sub W 180 ft) B 1. SE 29-37-9 3.000.00 William Wright, receiver, to Peter Mozar and wife, L 30, B 4, NE 29-37-9 1,650.00 E. Chgo. Co. to John P. Scheid and wife. WH L 6. L 17. B 6, SW 29-37-9 525.00 Christ H. Dehning and wife to Rae Horwich. Ls 24. 25. B 1, SW 29-37-9 l.oo - WHITING. Frank R. Martin and wife to Hamd. Whiting and E. Chgo. Ry Co.. L 5. B 2. Forsyth Sheffield Sub 1.200.00 Oliver O. Forsyth (bach) to Frank R. Martin. L 5. B 2, Forsyths Sheffield Sub 1,200.00 HAMMOND. Heinrich Lohmeyer and wife to Paul B. Llplnskl. L 14, B 15. Eschenbergs State Line Add 1,330.00 GLEN PARK. Timothy W. Englehart and wife to A. P. Cannell. Ls 10, II. B 1, Glen Park 1.00 GARY'. Snell Simpson Co. to Tony Pis- kut, L 1. B 1. McKeys Add... 600.00 John R. Wildermuth and wife to Rachael I Wildermuth and husband, L 6. B 7, Gary Land Co.'s 1st Sub Mary Ellen Hall (wid) to Ed gar J. Hall and wife, L Is. B 85. Gary Iind Co.'s 1st Sub EAST CHICAGO. Peter D. Stirling and wife to Joseph W. D'unsinK. S H L 4. B 5, B 27. NW 29-37-9 Joseph W. Dunsing and wife to Catherine Stirling. S1 L 4, L 5. B 2. NW 29-37-9.... Walter L W.ll'.a ns and wife to Nick Mihali-h and wife, L 28, B 7. NW 33-37-9 E. Chgo. Co. to Joseph G. Gra ham and wife, L 1. North M L 2. B 12. NW 29-37-9 E. Chgo. Co. to Nick Ciovica, L 5, B 27, Buffington Add... INDIANA HARBOR. Ind. Har. Realty Co. to Mo.s Upshaw, L 15. B 12. Mih. Ave Add William C. Weihe and wife, et al, to John Rucarean. L 8. B 65. Indiana Harbor HAMMOND. Hannibal H. luring and wife to Earl R. Duckett. L 4. B 5, North Side Add GEDAR LAKE. Pub Sub Co. to Adam Klein. Ls 3 0 to 3 3, B 2. Plat "G" Shades Add MILLER. Anna L. Anderson (wid) to Anton Tuft and wife, L 4, Anderson Lincoln Ave. Add.. NEW CHICAGO. Julian H. Youche C.ach) to Hoy D. Devi?. L 22. B 2. 3rd Add. L 26, B 6. 4th Add . . . Marshall Digcs and wife to Martin M. Reiss. et al, L 1, 15 51. 2nd Oak Tark Add. .. Marshall Diggs and wife to Martin M. Reiss. et al. L 37, B 50. 2nd Oak Park Add Marshall Diggs and wife to Martin M. Reiss, et al. L 36, B 0, 2nd Oak Pk Add... Marshall Diggs and wife to Martin M. Reiss. et al, L 2, B 51, 2nd Oak Pk. Add 1.00 l.on 1.00 1.00 125.00 1.00 145.00 1.00 l.f'O 1.750.00 153 SO 40 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.C0 1.00 1.C0 The following on hundred names are those to whom r. t;ce.s are being sent from Mayor Callahan's otuce. East Chicago, today, to appear on the first call for physical examination before the exemption ' board. They are sum moned to appear on Tuesday next, Au gust 7, at 8:30 o'clock. Another bunch of two hundred and fifty will be summoned to appear on Wednesday, the Sth. at the same hour, and still another two hundred and fifty on Thursday. Drft Order No. Drawn Name 258 2522 4 53 2 458 3 403 143S 2624 4762 854 5977 1S94 4514 4501 1878 4142 4083 6423 3527 5799 1095 20 22 33S3 6551 33S2 43-06 4 3 20 48S1 14 5 5 3679 61S3 3755 7 S3 1813 2787 1858 2389 5034 5706 3567 3637 522 7 1752 5497 4 520 2494 6453 4137 58 ?5 S6.74 5939 5769 32O0 3082 6132 3 505 1117 1572 5879 2763 1748 5938 2195 44S7 837 5019 2036 5997 337 5810 676 64 46 275 8047 6259 4419 3S27' 509 1185 564 4056 5637 2166 945 1913 596 5980 3453 5530 3067 2620 2935 1267 4433 3745 5510 2148 533 3812 1495 2153 1 Chas. Crinefski Louis Paul. John Radovinich. Jack Paiivaic. Peter Deluca. Louis Horeu. Tom David Ayeis. Pete; Braz. Edgar Hardgway. John Fill. Harry Armen. John Sieci. Pete Pappathanos. Virgil Van Tilberg. Giazer Zozonan. John P. Yinu'.ea. Mikt Popovich. Szozipan Adimski. R'.mebak Sukacoff. Stanley Alinski. Jos. Novooski. Zee Cavw. Mike Kola. Trayko Ceniei. Petru Hulp'is. Steve Hrwiiik. John Koru. Lye Kode. Geo. Milesowzcouh. Fred Stone Usher. VIncenty Obzurt. Constantine Chapla. Josef Istivan. Mike Mihulas. Andrew Rzepk.v Peter Jakic. Max Seay. John Mosny. Frank Kob;e. -i ;ke Loiica. Tom Karahatsos. Alfonzo Drjlia Oarbanrri. Jos. Dorking. Peter Petoeky. Lou:s Pimka. Jos. Phillips. Vasala Zachivilski. Mike Y'ukich. Steve Mustafer. Willie Coward. Tony Romsls. John Skolnk. Sidney C. Mullen. Geo. Raymond Robe. Chas. W. Hacker. Stanley Rergell. John Boruta. Arthur A. Anderson. Geo. Lockos. Antona Baron. Frank Choffi. Vid Samovjaka. Geo. Fer,oia. Mike G bson. Vandes Szalajo. Martin Iguarto. Chas. Watt Glass. Wm. Henderson. Herman Spaugh. John M.-Cready. Petros Parpoletos. Vas Capazino. Thos. Lewis Jr. Jean Batististe Clement. Vanis Mongher. Steve 'Prodabok. Mike Smuk. Michael A. Kmiecik. Tonly Vrbnieh. Peter Torcich. Frank Lutitich. Steve Pav-in. Joe Suchz. Jos. Eajer. Geo. Thos. Priest. Sam Fuetris. Sabomin Kotlkovski. Benj. Frank Swentzer. Axel Larson. Chas. Anderson. Edwin J. Bast. an. Wm. Petroskl. Uisa Munja. Joe Nayak. Chas. Egyert. Antonio Pagauiu. Juro Saluac. Toney Petrowski. Loury Popp. M.ke Mavrovjch. S 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 2S 29 30 31 32 33 34 o 5 36 37. SS 39 4 0 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 6 61 62 6 3 64 65 67 68 69 70 71 73 73 74 75 76 7 7 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 S6 87 SS 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 SS 95 100 101 E. CHICAGO II IRE GALLED IIP COMMITTEE OF FIFTEEN LAUNCHED Hodges Men And Step" Trust Officials Pack "Anti-Vice" Organiza tion. With a Hodges mayoralty supporter in the chair, forty-five directors of Gary's "Committee of Fifteen" was name-1 a 'he Y. M. ". A. by the nom inating c rnmitt' e. Post itor Heads Ust. While the committee Is supposed not to have .,ny c. rfiuctien with politics the ii.n -f names is headed by Publish er H. B. Snjder of the Gary Post, which has been attacking Major Johnson v, hose police ra'.Fd the gambling game ai the Post office. Other headlights in li. ooi!iirii"-e include President L. W. MeN'diine of the Gary Heat, Light and Writer Co , one of the dummy directors f the Wall street subsidiary; General Superintendent W. P. Gleason of the Gary steel plant, his former business partners in the second mortgage loan business. A. B. Keller and J. J. Kelly. H. G. Hay. Jr., president of the steel trust bi.nk and foreman of the Gary grand jury. A. R. McArthur, a steel trust official, who with Mr. Hay. runs the Gary board of education, H. S. Norton, land and political agent of the steel trust in Gary, P. W. Seyl, a steel trust superintendent, Olivsr Starr, at torney for the. slag trust contracting deportment to the steel trust, C. W. Chase, C'unsei for the steel trust'e cl cic service, commission, Richard Hotchkiss. superintendent of the steel plate mills, and several steel corpora tion cop. t tact ois. H. 11. Dils was chairman of the com mittee that made nominations, and A. B. Dickson of the Y. M. C. A., was pro visional chairman. The directors will incorpora'e and hey will name a se- cret committee, of fifteen to aid in getting good government. Although Rev. Seaman and Rev. I Pyatt wanted a general committee that j would aid city government the names j su:v.bitt"d indicate that the committee. which t-oijNes into lieing on the eve of city election, is well crowded with sup porters of Mayoralty Candidate W. F. Hodges, Names of men chosen, many of whom did not know they were selected by Messrs. A. B. Keller, C O. Holmes and A. D. Schaeffer. Commercial club sec retary tj the steel trust, are as fol lows: J. 'R. Clarke. Georrre Athey, C. II. Maloney, Sam Miller. Rev. C. E. Hawk ins, Meyer Nubatim. Ralph Cummings, Harvey Wats.n. S. I. Watson. L. W. McNamee, Oliver Starr, O. R. Wilder muth, A. J. Albright. C. E. Wirt. C. D. Davidson, Dr. C. A. DeEong. L. P. Go.i wen. W. P. Gleason. John Hewitt. Richard Hotehkiss. C. L. Brownell, Dr. Yarrington. L. J. Bailey. H. B. Snyder, J. J. Keliey, Harold Eekstrom, C. K. :::--. 11. G. Hay. . Jr.. A. R. McArthur. William Feder. H.H. Dils. A. B. Keller, Rev. Dr. Seaman. John A. Gross. Jo seph Fros. C. O. Hoimes. C. W. Chase. IngwNlr! Mo.--. I'. W. Seyl. H. S. Nor ton. He;-'rrt ;: ha u, John A. Bien nan. MRR'C mm mm bUILUIH m us The Mr.rks Manufacturing Co. of East Chicago are making rapid pro gress with improvements at their big plant on the west side of the canal 8 ros from the Inland Steel proper- The contract has been let for the construction of two hundred hores for rliu- cmplove? Some of these homes will be constructed in units of two buildings and some in units of four bui! It'.ias "Tee !,, ep.es will be two stories in height. The f op-pany will put in its own. sewer system and will see that its men are orovided with every necessary public utility. EXPERT DIVER BEGINS WORK An expert rltver began work today for the Fast Chicago and Indiana Har bor Water Co. exsmimrg the intake pipe from the shore to the crib. Accompanied by a tuqt; he will walk the whole length of this pipe examir.g every part of it for bleaks or imper fections. It seems that some sand has ap peared within the last tew1 days in the samples of water that are examined iaily fet the pumplne station and it is hc-iievrd that 'his snnd is due to some tiocble wif'n the intake pipe. k. ri 51 iiaagti ! P i RATES REDUCED On Loans of $5 to $1D0 No cn need be without the money they want at our present low rates It pays to borrow from U3 when you need money for any purpose. $10 costs 35 cents for 1 month- Easy to pay our way In. small Lj weekly or monthly installments n to suit your convenience. If you are keeping house or have s eady employment we ad vance money on your own not. Loans anwyhere in Calumet District. LAKE CO. LOAN CO. 23 RIMBACH BLOCK (Over Lion Store) HAMMOND, INDIANA. u