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Tuesday, August 21, 1917.
Page Five
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Mrs. Erlewetn will have the members
Ct Circle No. 3 as her guests Thursday
afternoon at her home in Fayette street.
The Stitch and Chatter Club will be
entertained by Mrs. Frank r'hiliips at
her home in Calumet avenue Thursday
At her home in Sibley street this aft
ernoon Mrs. F. C. Brincken is hostess to
the members of the Neighborhood Cluh
at a thimble rarty.
On Wednesday afternoon the members
of the R. A. E. Club will be the guests
of Mrs. S E. Davis of May street at a
thimble party.
An all day session of the Deborah
Society will be held Wednesday in the.
parlors of the First Christian church.
The new Maxine Beauty Farlor. 510
Hammond Bldg. Phone 14S6 for ap
pointments. Open evenings. S-21-1
Mrs. J. T. Hutton was hostess last
evening to the two Monday Night Clubs
at her home in Ogden street and with
the members she had as guests Mrs.
Charles Wilson of Rushville, Ind., Mrs.
V. G. Fritts of Milwaukee, Miss Grace
Ehearer of Oahma. Mrs. Bernard Graves
and Mrs. Alexander Stoikowiti. The
quests brought their knitting and de
voted the evening to work for the Red
Cross. A dainty collation was served in
A Zionists meeting is announced for
even-thirty o'clock Wednesday evening
at the Beth-El Sabbath school rooms.
Professor Hoffman will address the
meeting and a general Invitation is ex
tended. Miss Marguerite Haefer has issued
invitations for a lawn party to be given
at her home in Truman avenue Satur
day evening. August 25th, in celebration
of her birthday anniversary.
There was a short business meeting
last evening of Triumph Council No. 11
D. of L. at the I. O. O. F. hall. Arrange
ments were made for a parcel post sale
to be held in connection with, the next
regular meeting.
Unity Review No. 3 W. B. A. of the
Maccabees will meet this evening at the
X. O. O. F. hall.
X meeting of Opal Hive No. $96 L. O.
T. M. M. will be held this evening at
the I. O. O. F. hall.
The regular meeting of Golden Rod
Camp !o. 1667 Royal Neighbors will ba
held Wednesday evening at the I. O. O.
T. hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crumpacker and
daughter, Miss Dorothy Crumpacker,
returned Sunday from Spring Lake,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of
Rushville. Ind.. are spending- the week
with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles J. Wilson of Carroll
street. ,
Miss Alta Adklne has returned to
Hammond from Laporte. where she
spent the summer with her mother.
William Law-ton, Jr.. returned Sun
day evening from Fourth Lake in the
Adirondack Mountains, where he was
entertained by" relatives from Buffalo.
Miss Lela Griner of Logansport is
the house guest of her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. James C. Rogers and Miss
Annetta Wickham of lis Williams
Miss Alys Hess left today for a
week's visit with friends in Wheat
field. Ind.
T. F. Leary returned Sunday from
Elmira, N. Y.. where he was on a
three weeks' business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Haefer. Miss
Marguerite Haefer. Mis Helen Wolf
and Mrs. Anna Hess motored to Fort
Sheridan on Sunday and spent the
Mrs. C. B. Miller of Highland street
has as her guests Mrs. V. G. Fritta
and little daughter of Milwaukee.
Mrs. J. C. Graves of Carroll street
is entertaining her niece. Miss Grace
Shearer of Omaha. Miss Shearer has
been in Lake Geneva, "Wis.. In attend
ance at the Y. W. C. A. convention.
Mrs. O. W. Hunter of logansport
and Mrs. C. F. Bennett and two chil
dren of Indianapolis, who have been
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
Rhafer of Detroit street, have re
turned to their homes after a pleas
ant two weeks' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Gfroer end little
daughter Anna Gertrude of Pittsburgh
who have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Reese ,of Ruth street have
concluded their visit here and gone -to
Terre Haute and Tipton, Ind. Mr. and
Mrs. Reese have as their guest now
Mies' Florence Enlow of Louisville.
The marriage of Miss Irene Aldrich
. ' '
Constantly recurring suffering gives
women "the blues." Comparatively few
women realize that despondency, to
gether with backache, headache. and
that "cragging-down" feeling indicate
some derangement of the feminine or
gans, for which Lydia E. Pinkham'a I
Vegetable Compound is a remedy.
It is said that this famous, old root
and herb remedy has been the means or
restoring more women to health and
consequent happiness than any other
remedy in the world.
Don't wait until your life la wrecked
by neglect and suffering. Give the Com
pound a trial. Adv.
Age 40 $17.80
Other Ages In Same Proportion.
Fill out and mail coupon for
... St.
P. o.
Merchants Reserve Life
Insurance Co.
Suite 200 522 Broadway.
to Wilford Eckcnhoy was quietly
solemnized at noon jtsterday in Chi
cago. The ceremony was followed with
a wedding breakfast after which Mr.
and Mrs. Eckenboy left their honey
moon. On their return to Hammond
they will be at home in their new
bungalow at 44S Truman avenue. Mrs.
Eckenboy is the only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Aldrich of Hammond.
The wedding announcement will inter
est their large circle of friends.
A social meeting of St. John's Social
Club took place last evening at th
home of Mrs. F .G. Fandrei in Gostlin
street. Music was enjoyed during the
evening- and was followed with refresh
ments. The next meeting will occur at
the school hall.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. KrinbiU returned
last evening from Muncifc Ind, where
they spent a week the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. O. I.. Boor.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. E Matthies and
children motored to LaPorte on Sumlav
for the Luther Jubilee which was held
at the fair grounds.
Mrs. Ida Matthies and children of
Tolleston are spending the afternoon at
the home of Mrs. O. C. E. Matthies in
Sohl street.
J. C. Milliken has joined Mrs. Mllli
ken and children at Craig's Center, Ind.,
for a visit with relatives.
W. R. Lowry, 320 Marshall street, a
patient at the Gary General, is doing
Mrs .R. E. Julian. 552 AVashington
street, underwent an operation at the
Gary General Monday.
Arthur J. Gassett, 4 32 Adams street,
a patient at the Gary General, is report
ed as improving nicely.
Miss Mabel Rotzien. a nurse at the
Gary General, is tak.ng a two weeks'
vacation and. visiting at LaPorte. Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cousins of
Van Buren street are on a two weeks'
trip up in Wisconsin.
Mrs. James Geer of Madison street
has returned from an extended trip in
the east.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jeuncss of 7th
avenue are enjoying a visit with their
daughter. Mrs. S. S. French and two
grandsons, who are here from Youngs
town, Ohio.
Leonard Krueger of the Gary Land
company is taking hia annual two
weeks' vacation.
Miss Jennie Seott of Harrison street
is taking a two weeks' vacation and vis
iting at Rockville, 111., her former home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. W. Brown of De
Plaines. la., were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Blew in Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. John Sloeum of Madi
son street have as their week-end guests
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Slocum of Wana
tah, Ind.
Miss Gladys Snyder, stenographer in
Attorney O. L. Wildermuth's office, is
taking a two weeks' vacation and visit
ing relatives at Fort Wayne, Ind.
Send THE TIMES to your
soldier boy. Let him see how we
left behind are backing him up.
East Chicago
tier People and Occurences
Postmaster Donavan and family re
turned Sunday evening from an out
ing in Marion Springs. Mich. They
were gone two weeks.
Miss Dorothy Jones of Cincinnati.
O., who has been visiting her cousins.
Edith and Mary Helen Davis of North
Baring avenue, returned to her hobio
Mr. R. F. Robinson, formerly teacher
in the public s hoc. Is in this City. is
home from the officers' Training
camp and is isiting friends in this
cltv. Mr. Robinson received a com
mission as second lieutenant.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lewis re
ceived a telegram from their son. Alan,
who is stationed at Fort Dupont, Del.
There was a track meet held there
Saturday, and Alan succeeded in win
ning r bout all that was worth win
ning. He won the 100-yard dash in
10 1-5 seconds, the broad jump, and
was in the winning relay race. Alan
can be heartily congratulated for hav
ing won the?'- honors for the Fourth
company, of which' he is a member.
Miss Iddrise Williams has accepted
a position at the Locomotive Super
heater for a couple weeks, taking the
place of Miss Mittlehouser. who under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Reed are visit
ing Alan Lewi at Fort Dupont. Del.
They remain for a few days and are
witnessing a dress parade today. The
dress uniforms are blue, trimmed in
red cord.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dunslng- and
Kail D. Norris are expected home to
day from a motor trip in Mr. Dun
sings new Grant Six, to LaGrange and
Culver. Ind.
The East Chicago Red Cross Sewing
Center sent a box containing twelve
pairs of knitted hose, to the county
allotment at Crown Point. A box of
hospital s-.ipplles are ready to be sent
to the Red Cross station at Fort
Wayne, and from there sent to France.
This will be the fifth box sent from
this chapter, two buses of surgical
dressings and two boxes of hospital
supplies having been sent before.
Even though the work is progressing
this well, there is room for plenty of
women to help. The work is inter
esting and Is enjoyed by all who have
helped. Come out.
Yesterday about noon at the Graver
Tank Work's. East Chicago. Joe Bo
biekn, 4339 Baring avenue, sustained
jO A R V
a severe injury to his back.
He was taken to the Hammond
hospital by J. F. Fife.
" A very quiet wedding was solemn
lied yesterday at noon when Howard
Clark. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Clark of 4324 North Magoun avenue,
was united In marriage to Miss Alible
Mauger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.
r. Manger. 3S12 Fir street. Indiana
Harbor. The young couple are widely
known and have a host of friends
who today are offering sincere con
gratulations. Mr. Clark has had a
meteoric rise in military honors and
expects to be called to active duty
in about ' ten days
Indiana Harbor
Personal and Otherwise
Mr. and Mrs. William Speedy, daugh
ter Rlva and nephew Mr. Evans, have
returned from Indianapolis, where
they spent the week-end with Clar
ence Speedy, who is in camp at Fort
Benjamin Harrison.
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Barren have re
turned frum an outing at Flint Lake.
Mrs. Bob Wertina of Fir street en
tertained at cards last night in honor
of her brother. Roy, who is visiting
The J-O-Y girls will meet at Ora
McQuilkins on Elm street tomorrow
evening to finish the plans for a sub
scription dance to be given in the
near future. All members are urged
to be there, at least those who wish
to help and give suggestions.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Haight of Com
monwealth avenue visited with Mr.
Haight a parents In Chicago yesterday.
The Joseph Johnstone residence on
Baltimore avenue is in readiness to be
moved from there to a lot they re
cently purchased on 139th and Grape
vine street.
The Sunshine Embroidery club will
meet at the home, of Mrs. Ted White
on Grapevine street Wednesday after
noon at 2:30.
Mrs. Buelette of Fir street was a
Chicago shopper today.
The following is the second lot of
men to appear before the Whiting ex
emption board for examination to
morrow, August 12:
Serial ,
1322 John Dado. 529 Front St.
114S Dennis Ward. SOS John Ft.
11P3 Frank Rittman. 50 Clark St.
1395 Iine Malbrough. Penn. R. R.
03 Francis J. Chiclerio. 235 Sheri
dan Ave.
1S2 Alex. Matu Cuiez. 1125 Schrage
771 Joe Ribar. 432 Ulst ft.
513 Naphan Kaplan. 612 New York
4 John Dybel. 1022 Schrage Ave.
102iV-John Krapryik, 736 Indiana
1651 Blaezy Cap. 14 White Oak Ave.
1099 Geo. Radidock, 736 Indiapa Blvd.
13 Geo. Behnlech, 694 Indiana Blvd.
223 Steve rhive. 709 Schrage Ave.
1441 Tom Srnolen, 427 Schrage Ave.
117 Martin Kowalczyk. 927 Schrage
62 Harry Bensinger. 339 Cleveland
390 Chas. E. Koch, 433 New York
772 Julius Sipos. 4C7 121st St.
1456 Paul Zahora. S21 119th St.
721 Paul Kriopac, 401 Steiber St.
1419 John Reborzepn, 44 Center St.
7SS Albert Thwing. 439 Fred St.
15-H Robert A. Masterson, 1308 Myrtle
1476 Raymond Bull, 72S Indiana
Blvd. ,
;rs Chas. Serney. 313 Fischrupp
Notice Is hereby g-'iven that the Board
of School Trustee of the School City
of East Chicago. Lake County, Indi
ana will, at t o'clock p. m. on the 10th
day of September. 117, at the office" of
the Board of School Trustees, in the
McKlnley Building. East Chicago, In
diana, receive bids and sealed propos
als for the erection and construction
of two buildings to be known ai the
Industrial Hijrh School Building and
Power Hauee Building, together wife,
the heating and ventilating for such
bu!ldines, (heating and ventilating to
be let separate from the general con
tract), which said buildings are to b
constructed upon the reel estate be
tween 140th and 141t streets, and be
tween Hemlock Street and Parish Ave
nue, East Chicago, Indiana.
Each separate bidder must submit
with his proposal a certified check,
payable to the order of Willerd B. Van
Home, Treasurer of the Board or
School Trustees of the School City of
East Chicago. Inldana, for the sum of
five per cent (5 per cent) of such pro
posal upon condition that If the bid is
accepte da contract will be entered
into by the bidder and raid euoh bid
der will prcperly secure the perform
ance of ia!d contract with a' turety
bond in the amount of eventy-ftve pes
cent (75 per cent) of the Contract price
guaranteeing the proper fulfillment o;
the contract.
Plane and specification may be seen
at the office of the Board of School
Trusteos. East . nicago. Indiana.
All bidders who desire drawings and
specifications on any branch of the
work, or their own use, will send in
their request at cr.ee to the Architect?,
J. T. Hutton ft Son. 314 Hammond
Bldg.. Hammond, Indiana, and such re
quest must be accompanied by a d.
posit of twenty-five (J2J.00) dollars in
cesh or certifl-d check payable to J. T.
Hutton A Son. The sum of eighteen
$1S.00i dollars out of each deposit on
drawings and seciflcations will be re
turned to ail of said parties as sm..; n
drawings, etc.. are safely returned in
good condition, which must not be
later than the date for opening the
bids. If not returned on or berore the
date for opening the bids, and t.i t'je
office of the Architects, then in that
oas only ten iflO.OD) dollars will be
returned to the bidder. The, total
amount of said deposit to also serve
as a guarantee 'that bi4 will be sub
mitted. If drawings, etc.. are not re
turned or bids presented as above
mentioned, the entire deposit will be
forfeited as liquidated damages.
The Board of School Trustees reserve
the right to reject any part of. or all
bids, that may be submitted.
Thevblda are to be sealed and ad
dressed to J. C. Dickson. Secretary of
the Board of School Trustees. East
Chicago. Indiasa, and must be lainly
marked on the outside, "Proposal for
Building and Power House Building, at
East Chicago. Indiana," or "Proposal
for the heating and ventilating in the
Industrial High School Building, East
Chicago, Indiana."
By JOHN H. ROSS. President. j
Dated at East Chicago, Indiana, Au-i
gust 2nd, 1MT. t:
129 Andy Zuk. 533 hort St.
972Chas. Demkovlch. 709 Fred i-t.
9S3 John Glma. Davidson Place.
757 Lucko I'Klma, 43 2 121st St.
986 Harold L. Cameron, 614 Clark $t.
88 John W. Muldoon. S39 Central
The names of those to appear on
Thursday will be published tomorrow.
CROWN POINT. Ind.. Aug. 21. The
following have been accepted by the
local draft board for the new national
25R Harry 8. McCIarnn. Hobart.
Serial No.
45$ Geo. R. Brink, New Chicago.
14.15 Everett E. Davis. Schneider.
783 Jck Nichols, Scherervil !c.
837 Henry Die, Crown Point. Ind.
337 Okley It. Jones. Hobart. Ind.
1185 Albert O Boesel, Crown Point.
945 Wm. J. Weiler. Crown Point.
696 Albert O Leary, Miller.
1267 Ralph M. Hixon, Crown Point.
5S8 Harry Goodman, Miller.
548 Otis Lloyd Halte. Miller. Ind.
126 Don I. Frace. Hobart, Ird.
1732 Ernest Jrmes. Shelby, Ind.
15G3 Harry D. Meyer. Beeeher. Ind.
1363 Emil H Bisselberg, Crown Point
616 James Ryan, Miller.
373 George Sehancy, Hobart, Ind.
1676 Huron Nichols. Lowell. Ind.
775 Will Harris, Schererville, Ind.
4S6 Josef AVrona, New Chicago.
692 John J. Maginot. St. John.
07 John Wm. Broadstreet, Miller.
437 Wm. A. Papka. East Gary. Ind.
12280 Forecl. Mtg.; Llnie Behrens
(G. E. Hershran) vi Juliana
Nivicki. et al.
12251 Replevin; Mazophone Mfg. Co.
(G. E. Hershran) vs. David Haas.
At the camp of Federalized troops
in East Chicago this morning, military
honors were held over the re mi in. r, r
a soldier boy, Lawrence George, age
23. who for the pest ten days has been
in M. Margarets hospital. Hammond,
with his fatal illness.
His home town was Srencer Tnit
and he was with Company H. of the
National Guards. His lungs, how
t ware in bad condition. P hurl
her of hemorrhages which finally re
sulted in his death yesterday morning-.
The body was In charge of J. F.
Fife, who took it this morning from
the camp to the Erie depot, Hatr.mond.
where it was shipped to Cicero. Ind.
A military escort accompanied the re
mains. 1
The Penwicks of South Chicago de
feated the Kasper Colts of Hammond
Sunday at South Chicago, 3 to 2. Lefty
Schroeder was invincible throughout,
allowing only three hfts and striking
out twelve of the Kaspers. "Sweeney"
Morgan of the Penwicks featured with
the bat, getting two tlrr.ely hits. On
Sunday, September 2, the Penwicks
will meet the Murleys, claimarts of
the junior championship of Northern
(Special to Tmb Tisirs.)
CROWN POINT, IND.. Aug. 21. Sec
retary Ruby Brown of the Old Settlers'
association, sends out the following in
vitation today:
The Old Settlers' and Historical as
sociation will meet jt the fair grounds
in Crown Point next Week Wednesday.
August 19. Everybody come and bring
any relics you may have.
(By State Counrll of Definite.)
Public school teachers of Indiana
are eligible to compete in the dis
tribution of $300 in prizes for the
best essays on the subject, "Why the
United States Is at War."
The National Board f c r Historical
Service, through the various state
educational departments is conducting
the contest. It is intended that the
subject matter be histori.-al in char
acter,' bringing out facts irrespective
of the time of their development.
The competition is divided into two
croups. The first, or Group A. is for
teachers in the public high schools,
and the awards are J 74 for first. $30
for second. $20 for third. $15 for fourth
and $10 for fifth. In Group B for teach
ers in the elementary public schools
will be awarded $75 for first. $2ii for
econd, and $10 each for five thirds.
In making its awards the committee
of judges will consider for preference j
; " wnicn me suDJect is so set
forth as to be interesting io the class
of pupils the writer is instructing. Each
essay shoull cite references attesting
the historical accuracy of statements
made, which should be in (he form of
foot' notes.
The essays, unsigned but accom
panied by the card and address of the
writer should be submitted to Walrto
:,. Leland. secretary. National Board
for Historical Service, 1133 Woodward
building, Washington, D. C, not later
than January 1, 1918.
On account of the conspicuous Inter
est and activity of the educational sec
tion of the Indiana Council of Defense,
whii-h has enrolled practically every
available educator in the state. It is
expected that Indiana will be very
generously represented in the essay
Other states will condurt a similar
competition end the national board will
award additional prizes of $75 each In
an interstate contest.
W. G. T. 0. EYES "
It Is said that members cf the Gary
chapter. W. C. T. U., may soon send
a committee to steel officials in Gary
and Chicago to demand a straight out
and out expression of their opinion
on the booie question. Some of the
members have noted that one of the
newspapers In Gary, said to be con
trolled by the steel gang, has been
assailing Mayor Johnson by running
fake storie to the effect that the
union Is criticising his candidacy.
Steel, neer and Reform.
The women have noted that the
same steel officials who lease out steel
corporation property for the largest
saloon in Indiana opposite the steel
mill gate are either themselves or
through their hirelings identified with
the several "moral reform" waves
sweeping over Gary. Linking of re
form and the maintenance of the
greatest saloon in Indiana at the main
gate of th- greatest steel plant in the
United States is said to puzzle the
good women. Besides they note that
th "reform" newspaper, the Post, has
among its owners a prominent Fort
Wayne brewer. And Fort Weyn pro
duces the beer that is sold in the
Steel Trust site saloons In Gary, held
in the name of the Gary Land company.
The Gary council tonight will con
sider the 1H budget. It probably
will take a couple of evenings to get
into shape. The aldermen didn't meet
last night as Company F was engaged
in its farewells and they wanted to
take part in the proceedings.
Gary will have to fix salaries that
will be on the second class ba3is. so
the budget will be much larger.
It is probable that City Judge William
M. Dunn, a Spanish-American war vet
eran, will be asked, to take the cap
taincy of the Gary home guards. Judge
Dunn, despite his m mllltory experience
enlisted as a private.
The judge is now brushing up on drill
regulation changes, and will soon be
Qualified to serve as an instructor. The
mere fact that one has been a drill
master or has gone through a few
weeks' training does not make hie com
petent to become an officer. It Is the
governor's wish that mature men. those
who have been under fire rather than
text-book strategists become officers.
For this reason Judge Dunn has. been
Capt. Thomas Cutler. Engineer Offi
cers' Reserve corps, who "is soon to
leave Gary for Fort Leavenworth for
training, received his uniform yester
day, and wore it for the first time last
night. He was seen in Broadway with
his wife and children. Mrs. Cutler was
very proud of her captain and the chil
dren had admiring glances for their
daddy. ,
Capt. Cutler is among those who Is
sacrificing a good business to serve his
country. Like his former partner, Capt.
A. P. Melton, now jn France, the offi
cer was one of the four engineers who
laid out the city of Gary.
Gary, Ind.. August 21.
To the Citizens of Gary:
F Company, First Indiana Infantry,
wishes to express its thanks for .the
loyal backing you have given us.
We leave Gary with the feeling that
its officials and citizens have put us
under a heavy obligation.
We have received so many evidences
of the good will of this community that
to enumerate them all would fill the
columns of the papers, so we confine
ourselves to this expression of thanks
and appreciation to all.
We will try to do our duty so that we
will honor the name of Gary.
Thomas P. Riley. Capt. Commanding.
CHICAGO, Aug. 21. Pork chops soon
will be 50 cents a pound retail. Ham
and bacon will be even higher. Meat
generally is going up.
Herbert Hoover's fear of a "world
meat famine" la not overestimated.
These were the conclusions drawn
for the Vntted Press today by Robert
Miller, president of the Chicago Retail
Grocers' association, from Hoover's
report on meat conditions.
"There is but one remedy." said Mil
ler. "Uncle Sam must devise some
regulation that will make it more
Save Money
Hudson Se
Many former $1200 to $1400 cars now cost as much as
a Hudson Super-Six
Price has always been a fairly accur
ate index of quality. But just now, be
cause of the headlong; rising of materials
costs, price is not a true indication of
value. Fifty-one cars have been forced
to advance prices 207'' to 25.
The present supply of Hudson Super
Sixes is built from materials contracted
last year. Since then material costs
have almost doubled. " When that sup-.,
ply of materials is exhausted, then,
Hudson s, too, must cost more. By
prompt buying you can save the differ
ence between what a Hudson Super
Six now costs and when its price is in
Bohling, Haehnel Auto Sales Company
Distributors for Hammond, Whitin g, East Chicago and Indiana Harbor.
Corner Douglass and Hohman S ts., Hammond, Ind. Phone 2G6.
profitable for the farmer to feed his
grain to cattle than to sell It.
(Special to Thb Times )
CHICAGO, 111.. Aug. 21. Marriage
licenses have been granted to the fol
lowing Hammond residents: Wilford
Erkenberg. 44 Truman avenue, aged
21. and Miss Irene Aldrich. IS; Curt J.
Zimmerman and Miss Mae Mnllwain
(Chicago); Alvln Berkshire and Miss
lyiuise Chapman.
Michigan Central in Denial.
The rumor that the Mi-hi(ran Cen
tral railroad was to be separated from
the New York Central system and
operated as an independent road was
said to be without foundation at the
offices of the New York Central yes
terday. It was said that a few changes
in the manner of taking care of the
Individual traffic of the roads are be
ing put into effect, but the Michigan
Central will continue under the same
management and as a subsidiary of
the New York Central.
William Boll, Si years of age.
passed away last evening at his home
in 355 Truman avenue. He had been
a resident of Hammond for thirty
two years and is .survived by a widow.
Caroline. Born in Germany, he came
to this country fifty-two years a?o.
The funeral Is to be held from the
late residence to the German Im
manuels church on Sibley street at 2
o'clock Thursday afternoon with burial
at Oak Hill cemetery.
- 1 (fieient funds to enable them to pur-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 21. President chaie such clothing, shoes and equip
Wilson is to modify the draft regula- j ment as they apparently need in order
tions as applied to married men. j to make them ready for the trip ami
This was forecast today bv a source ! experiences which are close at hand
close to the White House. The Presi-
dent's idea of how the law should be
I carried out will be made plain before
the week ends.
Men with dependent children will be
exempt in every case unless they , are be done in the interim while the gov.
men of wealth. At present, under Pro-j eminent is taking care of this matti r
vost Marshal General Crowder's Inter-1 Then there are the comfort kits--pretation.
suih men arfi not exempt if they need towels, combs, brushes and
the parents either of themselves or of many small items of comfort that tii
the wife are able to take care of her government does not furnish at ali.
and the children. It is maintained the j In other words, they need immcl -
present interpretation create class dis
tinction. Laboring men would be exempt
In practically every instance, while bus
iness and professional men would bear
the trunt of the rule.
Excuse Business Men.
Married men owning their own busi
ness or engaged in professions, such as
doctors, lawyers, architects, etc., prob
ably will receive exemption. If these
men were removed from their homes
and forced to rebuild their business, it
is considered an injustice.
Provost Marshal General Crowder to
day ordered. the first 30 per cent of the
draft force will entrain for training
September 5, as scheduled, but the sec
ond and third increments will not be
called from their homes until September
19 and October 3. instead of September
15 and 25, as previously scheduled.
Writ Is Denied.
In denying a writ of habeas corpus
to Albert Jones and John Story of Rich
mond County, Georgia, under arrest fur
trying to evade the draft law, Judge
Speer of the United States District
Court, held Congress has power under
the constitution to summon for military
service, at home or abroad, every citizen
of the United States.
The judge found arainst the conten
tion which has had widespread propa
gandist circulation that it is unconsti
tutional to send drafted armies to for
eign soil. A United States court has no
power to declare an act of Congress
invalid, because it is inimicable to the
common law, he ruled.
(Special to The Times.)
WHITING. IND.. Aua. 21. Six Chi-
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liaaa. aa4 brtoe a kaaitiy. aacorai gv t
tha akia. wiA nuaka yen look raara yona?.
Karmo AJmood Craan noonahaa tfca afcio and
euxkanaJtba ercuiauoc jUj&ovaa biaca-
Eermo Co., 542 E. 63rd St-, Cklcaco
For Sale by E. C. Minas Co.
cago men. Peter Conroy. Fred Stewart.
Otto J. Kartaneck, Elmer Johnson. Wel
ter Sobczek, Edward Byce. Joseph
Piech and Leonard Wolniesk in a b!g
Cole car were arrested at 2:41 a. m.
Sunday by Officers Wawrzyniak. Mikish
and Janos. The men were very boister
ous and were said to be in the act of
throwing bottles out of the machine
into the street, thus endangering traf
fic. The autolste were a'.l arraigned be
fore Judge Green and their fine nd
costs in each case amounted to JSl.lrt
Byce. Piech and Wolniesk were re
leased upon rayment of their fines, but
the other five are still locked tip In
default of their fines.
Miss Marearet McElroy has return
ed to her home in Indianapolis after r
visit with her parents. Mr. and Mr.
John McElroy.
Mr. and Mrs. William Aldie have pur
chased the Grove bungalow on Amy ave
nue, which they v ill occupy.
movement is under way in bc.i
of the city of East Chicago t,
supply the soldiers of Co. L with suf-
; before them,
The boys have not been given shoe i
and some of them are sadly in need oi
jthem. These long hike. have been hard
' on shoe leather JI n d BnniotViM e mil
neip ana tney need a coir.p;-i-fund
upon which they can draw ,t -occasion
To take care of this matte-, t -mayor
has appointed a city-wide or .
mittee and has asked the Elks at t"
west end snd the Eagles at the r-
end to assist In. handling the def. '
The Elks' committee consists of
Townsley, chairman; Loo McCorm:. '
T. Y. Richards. H. M. Coen, Ed Gr
and Mose Specter. They held a p: -liminary
meeting this morning
will conclude their plans this ever.'
f r assisting in this important eve-
"Let Us Pay Wijh Our Bodi;
For Our Soul's Desires." Roosf:
veir. i a ii t; r i jr v it i
W mm
Wholesale Distributor:
Maginot Bros, Hammond, Ind.
Anderson Hdw. Co., Hammond.
Bieker Bros., Hammond, Ind.
C. E. Nelson, Hammond. Ind.
Jo. W. Weis. Hammond, Ind.
L- Kellman & Son, Inc., Dyer.
Mrs. Joseph Swint. Hessrllle,
Harkema A Van Til. Highland.
M. Grimmer. Griffith, Ind.
N. K'ifmen Tnd'ana Harbor.
In 1
J 'Brings beauty"
Now On
fluenced by the present material mar
ket. When former cheaper cars could be
bought at $200 to $300 less than the
Super-Six, no two of them had sales
equal to those . of the Hudson. That
show show popular the Super-Six has
always been as compared to other cars.
It is-easy to imagine how much more
popular it will be now that there is no
such price advantage. The Hudson
Super-Six has made itself the wanted
car as compared with others.
It is the largest selling fine car. Al
most 40,000 are in daily use. It has
established itself as the life-time car.

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