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Fuesday, August 28, 1917.
THI! TIMES Page THrea Tfl litlllirtl I IF I (:- fYM""''--' fl N d News From All Over Lake- CoMnitv i M"MIMaWnMiaMWBMW"MBMMm ft! LANSING II WHITING HIGHLAND 1 1 ROBERTSDALE 1 ' CROWN POINT LOWELL DYER MERRILLVILLE MUNSTER CEDAR LAKE GRIFFITH SHELBY ST. JOHN HOB ART ' 1 " " ' 1 " ' - ,33S IIAIG GIVES LLOYD GEORGE A FIRST HAND ACCOUNT OF BIG BRITISH DRIVE avenue, motored to Crown Point. Satur day, where they attended the fair. Remember the Evangelical Sunday school picnic at the Lake Front Fark tomorrow. A good time for alL Mrs. Francis Groves received the sad news Sunday ot-the death of her moth er, Mr. Perry of Pittsburgh, Pa. She left Monday evening to attend the fu neral. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raehler are en tertaining the former's parents from Lawrence. Mass. Crown Point Mews Happenings of a Day In Lake County's Lively Capital KAU FMA N4 6 WOtP , !iAMUcmD& Tou are invited to attend the K. of C. picnlo at Spring: Hill Grove, St. John, a Labor Day, Benefit of K. of C War Camp Fund. Music by Walsh. S-27-5 A, large crowd from here attended the fall festival end picnio held at St. Johns en Sunday and a large sum was realized for the parish. Misses Lillian and Ida Schmidt and Ella Massoth attended the funeral of a 2 year eld child of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll In Hammond on Tuesday. Miss Sadie Orcutt of Crown Point was married to Mr. Roy L. Johnson, a soldier cf East Chicago, on Monday. Mr. Milton Daily who has been attend ing the summer session at Culver, Ind., la spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. iTank Daily who are stay ing with Mrs. W. H. Hayward. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Reeder of Walk erton, N. D., are house guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grimmer on Court street. Miss Clara Pinter has returned from an over Sunday visit at Lake Geneva, Wis. The library board held their regular monthly meeting at the library last night. No business of importance was tranacted, the usual number of monthly bills were allowed. Aug. Johnson and family have return ed from Michigan City where they have a cottage during the month of August. W. L. Allman and family are spending this week at their farm home near Lowell, Ind. Quite a number from Crown Point at tended the picnlo of the Al Hassan Grotto held at Michigan City on Mon day. And Its Peopl Buy a 950.00 XJberty Bona. Euuc ol Whiting, open 9 a, m. to 8 p. xn. . 8-21 Princesa theatre ton!ght. Wm. A. Brady presents Robert Warwick and Gall Kane, two of the screen's greatest tars, in "The False Friend," a very good photoplay in five parts. Also a Jerry comedy. 8-2S-1 Mrs. Gorton Nichols of Hamilton Fark. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I Henthorne of Sheridan avenue. Miss Hazel F. Long of Laporte ave nue, left Sunday for Lake Manitou. Ind., to srend a week end join her parents who have been there for a week. Miss Sylvia Sternberg has gone to Chicago to spend a week with her cousin Irene Black whom she entertained for the past week. Mrs. Schaefer, wno has been the guest of Mrs. J. E. Miles of Oliver street for several days, has returned to her home Pin South Bend. Miss Louise Randall resumed her du ties at the library yesteraay after a two weeks" vacation, part of which she spent at Palisades Park, Mich. The funeral of Stella, the 13 year-old daughter of Mrs. Frances Kubataki of Schrage avenue, waa held yesterday un der the direction of Undertaker Baran. Mass was said at St. Adalbert's Polish church, interment being at Holy Cross cemetery, Hammond. Death was due to an infection from a broken arm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lumm and son James of Philadelphia, are guests at the home of O. J. Bader and family on Oliver street. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde N. Long, nee Al If "y on u want health you can have it," by heeding Nature's laws. Keep the etomach strong, the, liver active, the blood pure, and the bowei3 regular, and you will seldom be ill. Take ' good care of these organs, and at the first sign, of. anything wrong promptly take Beecham's Pills. you certainly need the nelp and relief of this world -famed remedy, to keep the body in health. They quickly establish nor jnal conditions, so the organs perform their functions as Nature intended. No other remedy will so surely strengthen the system, stimulate the liver, regulate the bowels and quickly improve the general health as' 9 Directions of Soectal Vain to Women are with Evarr Bax. M V Amm-l.lm -- 1 V w.J4 I I . 1A. 4(. f i I- til :1 r , 1 'i; 4 1 p vj kf I- f I v I - ' L ? II 1 x l rr r 1 - I (MJUU, I i 0 50 PROSPECTIVE FIXTURE BUYERS. Do not buy your Electric Fixtures until you have teen ours. The- largest and most select display in Northern Do not buy from catalogues as pictures are oftimes misleading and confusing. We will gladly call at your home with an automobile and then return you home to show you through our rooms without placing you under any obligation whatsoever. Come and see this fine display. ' Open evenings. Just phone 710 for service. meda Hilliard, have left for Cincinnati, Ohio, where they will make their fu ture home. Undertaker Baran conducted the fu neral of the 19-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferko, yesterday. Service was at St. John's church. Interment be ing in St. John's cemetery. The child died at the Burnside hospital following an operation. Warren P. Beaubien. who has been here on furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Beaubien, left yes terday for his new post in Boston. The funeral of the four-weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Onbrecka was held Sunday at St. John's church. Bur ial waa at Hammond. Peter Dulocki, a saloon keeper, arrest ed by Officer Swan on the charge of hav ing his saloon open after 11 p. m., was fined J10 and costs, upon payment of which he was releaped. Mr. and Mrs. William Sllchty and daughter who were here visiting their son, Roy Sllchty of Is'ew York avenue. have returned to their home In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. John Welsby and the former's sister from Kansas, have mo tored to Indianapolis where they will vis!t anolher sister. The Whiting , publlo and parochial schools will open Tuesday, Sept. 6. Miss Beth Dewey of Englewood hos pital staff is at the home of her par ents in Sheridan avenue recuperating from a recent illness. The Congregational Sunday school will hold a picnlo in Jackson Park, next Sat urday. A large number from Whiting at tended the Al-Hassan Grotto picnic at Michigan City yesterday. Is'ext Sunday, Sept. 2, will be observed as Eally Day in the Congregational church and Sunday school. Cammunion will be observed at the morning serv ice, and in the evening Mr. White, a business man from Chicago, will speak. Mrs. C. E. Maunder and children of Ohio avenue, will leave Thursday for Kankakee where they will remain over Labor Day as the guests of friends. Mr. Maunder will Join them on Saturday. ST. JOHN Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wa en ter, a daughter, Sunday evening. The Misses Carrie and Louisa Hllde brandt were Hammond visitors on Sat urday. Jos. Thome and Mr. and Mrs. Auddle Roloft and daughter Arline of Chicago, spent Sunday and Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Ludwlg, Jr. Miss Jostes of Chicago, is visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Jacob Boeck er. The fall festival held at Spring Hill Grove. Sunday and Monday, was largely attended by the whole congregation and friends and relatives fn the nearby towns. Mrs. William Wels of Hammond, spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scherer of Chicago, are "visiting hero with the family of Jacob Scherer. Tou are invited to attend the K. of C. picnio at Spring Hill Grove, St. John, on Labor Day. Benefit of K. of C. War Camp Fund. Music by Walsh. 8-27-5 and Mrs. Robert Randhan was united in marriage to Joseph Xulage, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kulage. The cere mony was performed by Rev. William Hoff, and was held at St. Bridget's Cath olic church at 8 o'clock. The bride wore a white dress of georgette crepe and a veil of tulle, she carried a bridal bou quet of white roses and lillies of the val ley. She was attended by Miss Alvina Krausse who wore pale green. The groom was attended by John Killigrew. After the ceremony a wedding break fast was served at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate rela tives of both parties! The young cou ple departed for a short trip and on their return will reside here In the Faulkner flats. The groom Is employed at the steel mills at Gary where he holda a- responsible position In the em ployment department. Mrs. John Fleck and son were brought home from Mercy hospital at Gary, yesterday. Miss Leona Raschka int visiting with relatives at Knox this week. Miss Lena Michelsen of Chicago visit ed here over Sunday with her mother. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Picrson. Mother and child are at the Mercy hospital at Gary. j Mrs. Ruth Pierce and daughter Miss Louisa of Canada are here visting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Mackey ; for a few days. A large number assembled at Lake George Park at 2 o'clock last Sunday afternoon. The town board set aside the day as park day and arranged a fine band concert, for the afternoon, given by the Hobart band. The Rted Cross work room was open ed yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The north room of the Catholic school build ing will be used for this work. ROBERTSDALE HOBART Carl Kegebeia was bom at South Chi cago, July 15, 1867, and died at Hobart. Saturday evening at 11:30 o'clock after an illness of two months from dropsy and heart trouble. He came to Hobart with his parents in 1S75 and lived on a farm south of town. On March 4. 1S88, he was united In marriage to Miss Anna Erhardt. To this union was born ten children who survive him. They are: Henry. August, Gottfred and Emil: Misses Elizabeth, Bertha. Augusta and Helen, and Mrs. Mary White of South Bend, and Mrs. Anna Kieman of Mich igan City. He is also survived by one brother and three grandchildren. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. S"chuelke and will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and at 2 o'clock at the German Lutheran church. The interment will be at Crown Hill cemetery. Miss Cora Hough of Chicago, is here spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borger. H. J. Holzmer who has recently built a beautiful new home in the Kramer subdivision in the south part of town, moved his family here from Chicago, Saturday. - Miss Mamie, eldest daughter of Mr. Margaret and Edward Winkelried will return home Thursday from Niagara Falls, after spending the summer with their aunt and uncle, the former be ing Mrs. Winkelreid's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of East Side, vis ited Robertsdale friends last evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Gerke and chil dren left Saturday for Saddle Lake, Mich., where they will spend two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Holmstrom of Lake ave nue, entertained relatives from Hyde Park over the week-end. v Mrs. Mary Hunter of Indiana boule vard, is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. Eneider and granddaughter from Belle view. John Livingstone of Indiana boule vard, who was ao seriously injured In a motorcycle accident two weeks ago, is improving slowly at the Wesley hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. James Nicholson cf Rob erts avenue, spent Sunday at Valpa raiso, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nuft. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Linneman at tended the county fair at Crown Point, Saturday. Helen Warner returned to her home at Bloomlngton, HI., after a month's visit with Miss Cecelia Eggers of Lake avenue. Mrs. Fred Blnhammer and children visited her mother, Mrs. Sturm of Ham mond, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Lelter of Bencoma Park, spent Sunday here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirkby of Roberts avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Winkelried of Sheffield MUNSTER Erna Kaske returned from Valpa raiso, Thursday, where she haa attend ed the normal .course this summer. Luke De Bier and Bert Yongsma, have filed their paper for exemption to serve in the army. Eaoh is married and has a child. Miss Fay Rick of Hammond, was the guest of Erna Kaske, on Sunday. Some of our young people attended the entertainment in Highlands, Wed nesday night. GRIFFITH P. C. Taggart nnd family will leave this evening for a few days' visit with relatives in Michigan. Mrs. J. W. Dutton is reported eipk at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lyman Orsborne, at Crown Point. Our teachers are attending county Institute at Crown Point this week. School will open next week. The Y. M. C. A. will meet In the M E. church next Tuesday evening, Aug. 28. All men are invited to attend. Rev. Hills preached his farewell ser mon, Sunday evening. He will leave to morrow to take up work in the Y. M. C A. army going to France. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Stlefel of Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holmes and family cf Ross, were guests at the home of L. A. Southworth, Sunday. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Govert waa christened yesterday at 8chorerville. A number from here attended the ba zaar at St. John yesterday. DYER Mr. and Mrs. Anton Fagen and chil dren of Chicago, spent Sunday out here with relatives. Mr. Fagen returned Sunday evening, while Mrs. Fagen will extend her visit for a week. A number of baseball fans from here went to HammonJ Sunday afternoon to see the game between Hammond and the Navies. John Schelrt of St. John, transacted business here yesterday forenoon. A large number from here were at St. John Sunday to attend the bazaar and festival given there for the benefit of St. John's church. Peter Schmidt and son Frank, and Theo Kammer and son Francis, spent Sunday afternoon at Kensington with relatives. The Dyer ball teim went to Lansing, Sunday afternoon where they defeated the team there. One arrest for speeding is to be re ported for Sunday out here. Although the party refused when ordered to halt, his efforts were in vain as our marshal with some assistance, overtook him and landed him In Judge Evans' court where he pleaded guilty to the charge and paid for his pfeasure. MERRILLVILLE' The Blatchley families and Haywoods near Hobart and Miller from Goshen and several other picnicked at Waverly beach last Saturday. Judge McMahon of Crown Point will give a talk on Rl Cross work in the church Wednesday evening. Come out and by so doing show you are interested in the Red Cross work. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Zuvers of Brook fleld. 111., and Master Alfred Merrill and Hazel Merrill visited at the Zuvers home last Sunday. Mj-s. Lillie Pierce and daughters spent Sunday in Hammond with relatives. Mr. and Mrs.W. S. Burge spent Sun day in Hammond with their children. The school house may not be ready to begin school the first cf September on account of not receiving some of the material. Earl Pierce is Improving very slowly. No serious automobile accidents hap pened in this vicinity Sunday. Two ma chines Just out of town run into a ditch and had to be helped oat. Merrillville M. E. church will have to be supplied with a pastor until the gen eral conference the last of September. The M. E. church board met last Sat urday evening to select the fixtures for the electric lights in the church. ' The Red Cross the symbol of a cause wide as the world and high as Heaven. ". Corns Stop Hurting, Then They Lift Out With Fingers Ko pain or soreness! Corns and calluses just shrivel up and lift off. It's foolish to let a corn ache twice. A noted Cincinnati authority discov ered a new ether compound and called it freezone and it now can be had in little bottles for a few cents from any drug store. You simply apply a few drops of freezone upon a tender corn er painful callus and instantly the soreness dis appears, then shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose that you can Just lift it off with the fingers. No pain, not a bit of soreness, either when applying freezone or afterwards and its doesn't even irritate the skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corps be tween the toes, also toughened calluses just shrivel up and lift off so easy. It is wonderful! It works like a charm. Try it! Women should keep freezone on their dressers and never let a corn ache twice. If. a corn starts hurting Just apply a drop. The pain stops instantly. Genuine freezone is only sold in little bottles packed in a round, wood case. Adv. Double Stamps Tomorrow Early Arrivals in 'New Fall Suits and Coats What a Great Interest NEW THINGS Carry With Them. These new arrivals in Fall Suits and Fall Dresses are' exhaling newness in every fold THE SUITS feature particularly the long jackets, and tbeee give the clas sic long-line effects that are the fashion. A rest, furthermore Id a decorative feature of many Jackets. The collars are high and In muffler styles. Sport styles are In' evidence and bring with them rather startling ef fects. Fuller details can he seen to advantage In our present displays. These Suits range in prices from $18 to $45 THE DRESSES copies of the latest -creations adaptations from, the handsof how to accomplish your ererT dress requirement. Only tha choicest of ellfe. silk combina tions and wool dresses are -fn the Fall display. The styles, materials, trimming effects, and colore are varied beyond de-. scrlptlon. They are priced at $10.T5 to $35 First Showing of New Fall Millinery 171 TOMEN are eager for WW a glimpse of the new Fall hats and this initial showing will have the attention and attendance of everyone in town. The new modes are won derfully chic and charming and the wide variations of trimmings offers abundant opportunity for the expres sion of individuality. The mlitary Influence is modishly expressed in many wee, small shapes and the trimmings that adorn them consist cheafly of fluffs, burnt cofue ostrich and numidi. 7H Introducing the New Fall Fabrics ICH in weave and luster- are the fabrics Fash ion has chosen for Fall apparel and a fairly com plete showing is ready here for your viewing and selec- ton. No woman can see these beautiful, fresh new fabrics, without being delighted. The color effects are exquis ite, bringing into play the neutral grays and tans, red browns, old golds, coppers, dark blues and shades of red from scarlet to deep wine. Visit this Department tomorrow. v v; School Supplier S THE school bell is sounding the knell of vacaton days, and young America comes marching back to school. We have taken greater care this year to get just the right things for school days. More kinds of pencils, pens, crayons and inks. Despite the rising cost of the many lines carried, you will find ours most rea sonably priced. Notice particularly: Writing Fluid, Red Ink or Li brary Paste, regular 5c bottles, 3 for i Free To each, boy or girl mak ing a purchase, a 2c Ink and pen cil eraser. "Biggest on Earth' pencil tab lets, size 8x10. ruled. A big value at Noiseless Germ Proef Slates Hardwood frame, felt edge, size 3x9. Priced at 16 Shorthand Note Books Ink pa per, ruled with red line down eenter, at Prang's Art Educator No. 1 Crayons All colors in box. At per box ; Typewriter Paper Good heavy stock, about 100 sheets to the pound. Per lb 15 White School Chalk One gross In box, worth 25c On sale at The children know where our Candy Section is, the School Suplies are.right opposite SUUSU&iiiE P OR THE TIMES