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Fridav. August 24. 1917.
THE TIMES Page Three gain mi f- " SIXTY-FOUR REPLIES TO WANT AD Do TiMrs want ads pay? Another of tha many instances re corded shows they do. This one par ticularly points out the advantages of advertising your wants In the Times columns. A man a 249 Logan -treet, Ham mond, had a house to rent a few day ago. He inserted a want ad in th" Times. Today he walked into the of fice, paid 34 cents for the ad and can celled it. In two days he had re ceived 64 answers and had rented the house within three hurs after the paper had been published. MEATLESS DAYS. Xow is the time when we. may inaugurate "meatless meals" with the most satisfactory result to our purses end to our palates, for this is the sea son of fresh vegetables. To be nourishing they must be pre pared carefully end tastily. Try these suggestions: IRISH COLCANNO. The dish Is commonly made of cold potatoes and cold cabbage In equal parts, heated up in an ounce of drip ping:, but It is more dainty if an equal part of well-seasoned mashed potatoes is added to hot new green cabbage cu fine. FRIED CABBAGE! A!D TOMATO. Fry one medium sized onion in a large tablespoon of butter for five minutes wiliiout browniPa'. add three tomatoes sliced and a cup or two of boiled cabbage cut in shreds. Cook about ten minutes or until the cab bage is thoroughly hot. stirring sev eral times. Po not cock over enough Are to dry the mixture, but if a little of the cab bage is slightly browned the flavor of I the whole is made more agreeable for some people. BAKED TOMATO fABIUCE. Cut cabbage fine as for slaw and parboil it frr fifteen minutes, using any quantity needed, and at the end of fifteen minutes drain and save the water for a soup for the next meal, that is. as part of the flavoring of a vegetable soip. , Cutter a baking: dish, put in & layer 3f the hat cabbage lihtly buttered, and fill up dish with layers of buttered cabbage. And aome onion Juice if you choose, but no pepper or salt; cover with tewed tomato, stirrin? the liquid gently in so as to let the liquid down through, put in even, bake three fourths of an hour at moderate heat and serve. VEGETABLE BOIII.LO.V One cup of celery cut fine, one cup of string bns broken in fine pieces, one onion, twn tomatoes and water to cover. To each cup of the mixtur odd one tablespoon of butter when the whole is half cooked and a little salt. Strain off the liquid and use it for a thin soup and use the solid rarts for a salad later. Green sweet pepper may replace the onion or may be added in addition. Notice there is no thick ening vegetable here. GREEN TEAS AND RIt E. Fry a can of green peas in .a little lard or salt pork, then add abo.it four teaspoons tomato conserve or one large tomato; add a .little water, then let boil: add water enough to serve four persons, pepper and salt, a few slices of onlw and let boil ten minutes, then add three-quarters of a cup of rice. COUNTRY YOUTHS FAIL IN HEARING WASHINGTON. Aug. 24. That the country youth is not able to hear so well as his city brother, and that only about one in five of the former possess the auricular acuteness of the! city-bred lad Is the opinion of officer at the head of marine corps recruiting in this city. Their deductions are based on the num ber of country boys rejected for poor hearing. Many people believe that the contin ual jarring noises of the city have a tendency to dull the sensitiveness of the nerve centers. However, this is not borne out by the f.gures of the marine corps officers, who believe that the quiet life of the country, free from noises, has a tendency to weaken, through dis use, the responsive nerves in the ear. Scientists point to innumerable paral lels in nature where the diuse of anor gan gradually reduces its functioning power or eliminates It altogether. Th Former SH2&Q to Gars Advanced to Super-Sin Price Hudson Cost, too, fusi Soon So lip Material costs have increased so much and so fast lately that all automobile prices must be advanced. So far the Super-Six remains at the price it has sold at all this year. That is because present cars are built of materials contracted for last year before the biggest increases became effective. Since January some car prices have been advanced twice. Increases run from $2C0 to $300 on cheaper cars than the Hudson, and from $350 to $700 on cars which sold above the Super-Six price. Until Hudson prices must be advanced a Super-Six can be bought for about the same price as cars which recently sold at $1200 to $1400. Hudson Choice When Others Cost Less Even when such cars sold at $200 to $300 less than the Super-Six it sales were greater than those of any two makes of their class. Everyone who knows will choose a Hudson as against such cars now that there is so little difference in their cost. No mate rial change has been made in design or construction. They are practically the same as when sold for much less than present prices. Hudson leadership is understood by all motorists. All know the effectiveness of the $uper-Six motor. No other car has or can have a motor like it. That is why no other car has ever equaled its records for en durance. Almost -40,000 owners now drive Super-Sixes. They have made records that to many are quite as impressive as those made on the speedway and in contests which have been extensively advertised. The Super-Six is a lifetime car. Its great endur ance is due to the smoothness of the Super-Six motor. It minimizes vibration. Vibration is the most de structive force in a motor. All Hudson tests show how by minimizing vibration endurance is obtained. The Super-Six is the most powerful automobile motor of its size known. By minimizing vibration most of the power is delivered and is not as with other types, consumed within the motor. More Proof for Hudson If you have followed Super-Six history you have been interested in each succeeding test and know it has called for greater and greater endurance. At first we did not know the limits of Hudson endurance. Then we felt we could rest, content if the car would hold up in the one hour and the 100-mile trial. That was greater than any other car had done. But, the Super-Six showed no wear at the end of those runs. We wanted to know just what its true limits were so new tests were made. Each succeeding trial was made harder in an effort to reveal the real limits of Super-Six endurance. No such test has yet been found. oMfa Each Test More Trying AVheri there were no more revealing stock car tests to be made then special racing cars were built. The same principle which accounts for the endurance in stoelc cars was built into the racing cars. On the speedway in competition with the. fastest, most care fully built automobiles in the world, the Super-Six specials made records unequaled by any racing cars in the history of racing. . , In nine championship races twenty-two entries were made. All save one finished within the money; an accident forced that one carout. Hudson specials won first in four events; second in six; third in two; fourth in three; fifth in three; sixth, seventh and eighth in one each. These records mean much to all who are familiar with the terrific strains encountered at high speeds. One hundred miles at racing speed calls for greater endurance than a year of ordinary use. Almost 40,000 Cars Prove It. But, if these records do not mean so much to vou then think of the almost 40,000 cars that individual owners are using. Recall what you must have heard in the way of praise for the Super-Six from those owners you know. The Super-Six is known in eyerv community. You do not have to'go far to find a Super-Six enthusiast. There is a Super-Six for every six miles of improved roadway in America. Can there with such evidence as to Super-Six quality be any choice now when compared to cars that now sell in tjhe Super-Six price class? When there was a difference of $200 to $300 some did buy other cars because of the apparent saving. Such preference will soon exhaust the supply of ma terials bought in last year's more favorable' market. Then the price of the Super-Six must be advanced. Until that time judged by the standards of other cars in performance and price, the Super-Six is the best automobile value on the market. But, you must not delay if you are to get a Super Six at its present advantageous price. eltael. Ami less CoHHupaiHiiy Distributors for Hammond, Whiting, East Chicago and Indiana Harbor. Corner Douglass and Hohman Streets, Hammond, Ind. Phone 266. Gary, Ind., Fields Auto Sales; Valparaiso, Ind., Wheel er-Elam Co.; Chicago Heights, 111., Conklin & Spindler. Sat urday is the Last Day of the Lion Store Am rust up All small lots of summer chandise have been brought forth for the final day. If you believe in ECONOMY yoe will let nothing keep you away from the Cleanup Sale Tomorrow. The best bargains of the season are to be of fered as we have marked all small lots and broken lines at prices which will move them out tomorrow. nraty (borne iHrarHy air "mm " ' " 11 uu.rn.in i mm .1. i i. ii iJiiJ.w....miu,.,.,Jj um.w 9 IV ' M 1 if In fx MMmmmrn mum blind fishes in the dark pools of Mam moth cave are a notable examrle. I (S LABOR 01Y M. PROG George M. Pinneo. physical director of Gary Works. Illinois' Steel company, is busy arranging: with the annual La bor day track meet of the 9.000 work men of the big plant. , Entry blanks have been Issued to the various departments for the events. The blanks read: Entry Blank. Fourth annual Gary "Works Labor Day track meet. Gleason Park, Monday; Sept. 3, 191". 2:30 p. m. Please enter me in the following events, indicated by check mark: 100 yard dash, 220 yard dash. 440 yard dash, half mile run. mile run. 120 yard high hurdles. 220 yard low hurdles. high jump, broad jump, pole vault. bas-Vbal! throw for distance, shot put, diccus throw, horse shoe pitching, department relay race. Entries close Thursday Aug. 3nihTiith Geo. M. Pinneo. Prizes. A large team shield wall be given the department scoring the high est total points in all events. Indi vidual shields will be given winners tn all events. Four shields will be Riven the -winners in the relay race. Silwr and bronze medals w ill be given winners of second and third place respectively in all events in track and field. Gleason Park is open for training to the employes of Gary "Works. Coaching in all events from 4 to 6 o'clock on week days. Dressing rooms with hot. and cold water are available for ath-v letes. Aid Threading Needle. If you are troubled to thread a needle take a white envelope, stlck'the needle through, draw It down untilieye Is visible and you will thread the needle like magic; the white surfaor of the paper sets the eye Into relief a 11 it were magnified. An envelopej Is better than paper, as it holds -the. needle more securely. We are Now Ready to take your order, for early Fall wear. We have a full line of the latest patterns in men's up-to-date suitings. Suits or Overcoats made to your measure, $18.00 and up. Style, fit, workmanship and materials fully guaranteed. We do pressing and repairing. Goods called for and delivered. J. GUSS, The Tailor Lost the Pill. The little daughter of a homeopathic physician received a ring with a pearl in It on the Christmas tree. Two days later she poked her head tearfully in at the door of her father's offlce. "Papa," she wept, "I've lost my little pill out of my ring." 236 EAST STATE ST. PHONE 771. HAMMOND, IND. Saturday Special Peanut Candy 15clb.-15c Delicious candies made from the purest and choic est products. Our ice cream and sodas are the best. amoiond Co. 166 State Street. 'Hammond, Indiana. P. W. Meyn, Pres., Jos. W. Weis, Vice-Pres., W. C. Beliman, Sec.-Treas., David T. Emery, Asst. Sec.-T. There is no better time than now to open your Savings Account with the LAKE COUNTY SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY Bank. This bank welcomes the consistent saver and is ready to extend every possible courtesy and service to its savings depositors. THE CHARACTER OF THE BANK IS REFLECTED IN THE PERSONNEL"' OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECT ORS. PETER W. MEYN W. C. BELMAN JOS. W. WEIS ALBERT MAACK OTTO DUELKE J. N. BECKMAN DAVID T. EMERY JULIUS H. MEYN A. M. TURNER FRANK S. BETZ Savings Deposits Draw 3 per cent Interest, Compounded Semiannually LAME COUNTY SAVINGS & TRUST O PIMP ANY The Bank Willi the Chime Clock