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Tuesday, September 4, 1917.
THE TIMES Page Three FARM TRACTORS DO THEIR TUT IX WAR AGAINST GERMANY - - " '' Paint Pans for Prang's Colors, each 3t Wood Pencil Boxes, OEfsale at 5 T r - r Cii ?!cj 'U -L UKMlV(Xtf National farm tractor demonstration at Fremont, Nebraska. The recent national farm tractor demonstration at Fremont. Neb., brought home to the thousands of peo ple who attended it the preat assistance these machines can render in farming. They will be f vital import ance in speeding up the production of foodstuffs, now that the burden of feeding our allies as well as ourselves rests on the farmers of America. HE 3 TWIN CITY WS NOTES $ I 'i Miss Shirley Tasgart, teacher of riano. Studio at home of Mrs. J. F. Thompson. 4820 Forsythe Ave.. Phone 473-R. Fall term open now. 8-30-4 Miss Margaret Ingraham. a very popular and well-liked young lady of Indiana Harbor, who departed from this city to spend her vacation at Youngstown, O., has returned and sur prised her friends with the (announce ment that she is no longer Miss In graham, but t'.iat she is now Mrs. Rowell Barrow, and her husband Is here to share the many congratula tions and best wishes that are bound to pour in just as soon as the. news is spread to all who knew and were closely associated with the former Miss Ingraham. who held the position of operator at the Inland Steel com pany. The wedding, which was a very quiet one. was performed at the pas torate of Rev. Frank Campbell of the Christian church in Toungstown. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blair of that city were the attendants. Mr. Barrow is an electrician in the maintenance de partment of the Toungstown Sheet and Tube company and is originally from Dallas, Tex. In a trip here six months ago he first met the .present Mrs. Bar row and an ardent wooing followed, resulting in a ceremony that has surely been a surprise to all that know both. For the present they" are at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ingraham in Bloch avenue. Mr. Edwin Carlson of Hemlock street attended a recital at the Audi torium Recital hotel in Chicago yes teray and was the guest of Mr. Oscar Ahlgren. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Clinton returned yesterday from a motor trip to Con neaut, O. 'With them were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clinton. The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Mary's church will hold a miscel laneous shower this evening in the auditorium of the school. The articles to be contributed will later be on dis play and sold late in the fll at a bazaar to be held for the benefit of the church. Mrs. August Carlson of Hemlock street is improving from an illness that closely confined her to the house for the past two weeks. The funeral of "Alexander Galvin, who died Sunday morning at 9:15 after a lingering illness of & year, oc curred this morning. The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gal vin. 3724 Drummond street, was 34 years of age and married. He leaves besides his parents a wife and four children, two brbthers and two sisters' to mourn his loss. Mr. and Mrs. F. Fluegge of Chicago were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Moss in South Olcott ave nue. L. B. Faust of the Hubbard Steel Foundries has let the contract for a one and a half story bungalow to be built on the property he jecently pur chased from B. B. M ickey at the north east corner' of Magoun and 142nd street. Rov Clark of Indiana Harbor is the contractor. Mr. and Mr. P. "W. Ogden of Ken nedy avenue attended the auto race yesterday at the Chicago Speedway park- and were quite ejated over the ictory DePalma gained in the Pack ard Special ear. winning two races and coming in on the third ona and a half -minute late. The Ogden 'car la a Packard, of which they may be Justly proud of in its new distinction won yesterday. The Library Board of East Chicago has taken the initiative in its exten sion period of work and of Installing a Juvenile room in the room formerly the asmbly room of the building. Two thousand dollars' worth of furni ture is being placed and a trained librarian will arrive here from the Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh, the only institute in the world that trains women to Income proficient teachers in the children's library course. Ex aminations are taking place Wednes day for an assistant in this work, and any young lady who is a high school graduate may .qualify for the position. The opening Is expected to take place next Saturday. "While there will be a trained instructor in charge. Mrs. Byes, city librarian, will have the direction of the room. Another feature of th extension work- is to place & library building in Oklahoma: and lt.'s be lieved that this is only a matter of time. , Mr. William Miller left tho latter part of the week for Pittsburgh to accompany Mrs. Miller and their daughter Marguerite, who have ben visiting there for three months, back home. The monthly business meeting of the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church of Indiana Harbor will meet at the home of Mrs. C. H. Summers. 3S20 Drum mond street, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Assisting the hostess will til 1 vvj'll L Send Over Some n n nrr n w n "a p.. m . - , - m i . r ri i i in -a j r v- x U. ,C7 Keep your soldier or sailor boy supplied Give him the lasting refreshment, the proteo tion against thirst the help to appetite and-digestion afforded by Wrteley's. irs an outstanding fea ture of the war -All the British Army Is chewing it." AFTER EUERY MEAL ill KnnLhmhi MUJU hi JILLLllt) ) hi h t- sr-v-'-r'n-"''i I I II II I IliMIMlll I IMIIW IMM1IIMMM IHII.M I , Have your Children Everything They Need for the Fall School Term Ever one of them takes a certain pride in their tab lets and pencils, pens and books; and this store has spent greater than usual effort to provide just the lands that they Tyill want. Bigger assortments and lower prices are the features that will interest parents most. Cut this advertise ment out and check the items the children will need for the coming school term. FREE An Ink and Pencil Eraser which sells regularly at 2c, to each boy or girl making a purchase In our School Supply Department. 5o Tablets, 4 Indiana Sohool Tablets, consist ing of number 3, T, 40 and 94 the kind used in all Indiana school. Regular price So, sal price 4a Eraser No. 77S Blaisdell ink and pencil eraser, extra large sire. A big value at .'....Be Chalk Regulation white School chalk, 1 gross in a box, 25o value. On sale at ltte A. B. C. Pencil Boxes Made of hardwood with snap lock, well worth 15c. On sale at 10c Writing Fluid, Ked Ink or li brary paste, 6c bottlea. Tour choice, on sale. 3 for ....10c Academic Loose Leaf Covers 8iscs lzTH, good s!te, very handy; a bargain at 25c. Fillers for same priced at 10a No. S 303 Composition Books- With flexible cover, ink paper, 38 Uaves, ,: EVix7ft; 4o kind. S tor ioe ' $2.50 Pen, $1.50 Colt's Solf-flller non-leakable Fountain Psn, fitted with a. 14 carat gold pen; others charge $2.50 for these pens. Our price for thla sale .. 1.50 Special Typewriter Paper, good heavy stock (about 100' sheets to a pound). Priced for this sale at per lb. .- 16j uOur Home" Composition Nots Book, good ink paper, flexible cover, worth 5c. Special two for So Hates Noiseless, germ proof lates with hardwood frame, felt pdge. 7x11 sise. Each SOo Shorthand Aote Books Ink pa per ruled with red lins down cen ter. On special sale, each 4c BcfitL rrnrll Compass The reg ular 10c kind. On special a!e....Sc Unjcle Pencil Combination Ten articles such as penholder, comb, pen and pencil, 4 medium pencils and one oval drawing pencil; in eatherett box, at 48c Others' at 25c and'75oT miado, Kexall, aXosgal, Urtaco or Sorority Pencils With good eraser. No. 2 leads, each 4c; per dozen 450 Eraser, 5 No. ti Goody, Agat Pencil Eraser and Cltanwntt Eraser, largest of its kind on tb market. Specially priced at.. ...60 Paints Prang" I A Wtr Color Paints In Japanned box, 4 color and brush, the kind u4 in all schools. Regular prloe 16c. our price 19a Extra colors, per cake, Sto. School Bags Of good grade oil cloth with shoulder strap. Spe cial value are oltarad at from 10c to 33o Slat Pencils Red, white and blue, 4 In a box. Priced for this ale at per box 1 Combination Pen and Pencil tVith good eraser, other ask 10o for these. Our price 60 Atlas Thame, Hletory and Drw. ins; Papor In Envelopes Each, loci covers for same, J6ci rings for covers, each Bo Ruler 12-lnch flexible rulers, brass edge on both aide, the So kind, at ... Se Tablet, 5 "BiggMt'Oa Earth." ruled pencil tablet, i vxlO, good quality paper. A." bit: bargain at.ths sale price, each So .Special Composition Book, filled with good ink pnper. marginal ruled, sise 7Hx9ij. with stiff cover. On als at 1O0 Pencils Contract. Civil Service and Caicado Pencils, bst No. lead, with iiood eraser. 60 kind, three for ..10i Slates NDisels, "grm proo;! slates with hardwood frames, f el : edg. staea 1x8. At . . Pen Holder With rubber." cork sr eteel grip. Complete with teel pen point, at Bo tcott 4k Porstsnan'a Crsysns Eight colors in a box. regular 5j kind. Hpeclal si Mors thoir 1.000 Pencil Tablet of various ts and thickness. Spe cially price i at On Fountain Pens A "c'omplete'Tino of Boston Safety, Waterman and Parker Fountain Pens, ts.54 up. Prang's Art Education Crayon (No. 1). Specially priced at per box only . .. c. Double S. & H. Green Stamps All Day Wednesday. ni li, 1 , m n,i 1 inn. 1. hi ii iiiu. m im.. . iiiiji iiin.i.i"i.mni..ii niumisniL jiumwsfc From now on this Store Will Be Open .All Day Thursday. J52ESS15S 1 be Mrs. Eugene Mills. A large attend ance Is desired. Mr. Charles C. Mss of Is Angeles is here visiting the families of A. W. Moss In South Olcctt avenue. ClenrB Mitchell in North Magoun avenue and 1. M. iAJUcks in North Baring avenue. She intends rmnlnln. ) v. . " , Bw.vfai utUIIlUn I and will visit relatives in Springfield wnue nere. Mr. and Mrs. t,. B. Faust of the Reil i aparimer.ts ana their little daughter,! Evelyn, have returned from their i Eastern trip of two wv u-m- way they visited Toronto. New York ! Buffalo and Niagara on the Lake. Thev- 1 reported a delightful trie Emily Pitzer. the ten-yea'r-old : aughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C Pit- ! "r 01 grapevine street, is recoverine rom an attack of infantile DarH-Ki She is at the home of her grand mother in Elwood Citv. Pa C. H. Schabacker of Menominee, "Wis.. was a guest of the Frank Schorks hi Drummond street for a few days. He was on his way to West Point where he received an appointment through his congressman. Miss Mildred Sweigert of Tarrlsh ave nue has returned from a pleasant triD to Loraino, O.. where she has been visit ing relatives. Miss Margaret Craick Is returning home from Chicago where she has been t the home of her grandparents the J. . Lynchs' in Chicago. Mrs. A. C. Folea of Elm street and three children are expected home from Charlestown. 111., where they have been several weeks visiting the home of Mrs. roleas parents that was badly damaged in the recent windstorm that swept that city. Contractor Wade Pettlt motored to Loganspcrt Saturday taking his family with him on an enjoyable trip. Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis Jr. of South Olcott avenue are In Milwaukee for a few daya going there by boat. They will visit South Milwaukee too before their return here. Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Cox of Euclid ave nue left Saturday for their summer cot- ta at Muskegon. Mich., Accompanying them was Irene Goodling who resides there and has been here several weeks visiting. Dr. Cox la returning tomor row and Mrs. cox expects to remain there longer. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tates of Mil waukee and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoover of Kacine, Wis., are visiting at the Harry Brown home In North Olcott ave nue. . I Miss Lydia Nelson left for her home t DeKalb, Ml., after a few day -lslt here with Mrs. A. L. Bates in Drum mond street. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lingenfeter motor ed out from Chicago and spent the day with Mi and Mrs. E. D. Gray In Drum mond street. Woodbine Camp Tloyal Neighbors meet tonight at 7:30 at K. of P. hall in Olcott avenue. Assessments and gen eral dues are fiayable at this meeting. All members are urged to be present. In a telegram, arriving here late last evening to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hascall. 8810 Drummond street the sad tidings were borne, that their son. Melvin, had passed away at 6:30 p. m. at Thoenix, Ariz., where he went & year ago to re- BOYS SCHOOL SUITS Suits that Young America'will take a nat ural leaning to because they were made and designed especially to meet a real school boys' needs to look stylish and still give strong and sturdy satisfaction. Xif ty weaves in blues, grays .and browns are especially featured in this show ingand they are so invitingly priced due partly to advantageous buying and partly to close selling.. Exceptionally Good .Suits at $7.50 Values we believe are a bit better than other stores can give you. New Trench models, pinch-back Norfolks and "Belters." - Patch pockets, flap pockets and slash pockets. Suits that are carefully made throughout. They have) two pairs of knickers; sizes 6 to 18. Splendid values, at j 7.50 Boy's School Suits AT S3. 98 Tnese suits represent a special pur chase and are very good values. Pinch-back styles, with slash and patch pockets. They are made of cheviots and worsteds la plaid and fancy mixtures; sizes 6 to 14 years? A splendid range of new patterns to choose from. Our Special Suits AT SG.48 We ave i''y made a special ef . fort to secure "special value" suits to retail at this price. We've done remarkably well this season, as the line will show. Pinch-back tnd Trench models In fine cheviots and worsteds; pretty patterns are offered at $5.43; sizes 6 to 17. Corduroy Suits Wear Well and Look Good Too With the price of woojens advancing so rapidly every mother should consider Corduroy Suits for hsr boy this Fall. At J6.9S we ofTer some splendid values they are made of an excellent quality of corduroy, in pinch-back style, patch pockets, knicker trousers, two pairs with each suit; will give excellent C Gi Q services; 6izes 6 to 17. Priced for this sale '. 4 OlQ'Q Special Values in Long Pant Suits. 9. '..,arr . , . -jsw - TTrsstab-. -.sss.-tib&i Special Sale of Boys' Shoes Tomorrow. cuperate from an illness that at times gave hopes of yielding to the medical care he was constantly under since the first day he arrived there. His-remains are being brought back to this city and it Is believed that the funferal party will arrive in Chicago Friday morning. Accompanying are his wife who was Miss Lelia Mercer of this city and her mother Mrs. Belle Scott. Mr. Hascall will remembered here as the proprietor of the Chocolate Shop and had many friends who will regret his early demisa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters of Grape vine street are entertaining friends from LaCrosse. Wis., LaPorte, Ind., and Chicago. Mrs. K. Bucholz of Henderson. Ky.. is here at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Geo. Orf in Fir street. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Crities and Miss Cora Snoeberger have returned from their motor trip to Delphi, Ind. MEXICO HONORS SCULPTOR KODIX WITH RARE GIFT I I .S" c " ' It; -: . . . " ft f ; j -.1 .-- ' tiL-; v rv "r . I m p H -If ' rr "1&rfx? 1. -7T V '' '- ' '. T ' - ft sV & 1 1. , ? ; i 55 j&.S.v:s i. 'N 1 c "- -- 3 In the front row, left t right, are, M. Benedite, of the Louvre In Paris; M. Quintaniila, Mexican minister franc, and M. Rodin, tho noted French sculntot t Mrs. L. C. Weirich of Grapevine street is suffering from an attack of inflam matory rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. David Saunders of Hem lock street rpent yesterday at Thayer near the Kankakee river where they mo tored and took dinner. Miss Mayme Gorman is taking a va tion from her duties in the Illnois Cen tral R. fL oCice and is leaving for the Dells in Wisconsin to spend two weeks with relatives. Mrs. Frank Townsley and Mrs. Geo. Clinton have returned from Idaville, Ind., the home of Dr. Townsley where both have been visting. Bert Kavill of South Earing avenua has returned from the Mudlavia pprings where he went to seek relief from rheumatism that he was afflicted with. If his condition remains as favorable as it is now he will not have to return to the springs. ""The U. P. Ladies' Aid will meet at the church, corner Hemlock and 135th street Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. It is desired that all members be present so that the regular routine of work be planned for the coming year. Harold Hathaway, bugler for 1st Co.. stationed , at Ft. Mott. Salem. N. J.. is home, on a five days furlough and is vis iting his parents tha C. Hathaways in Ivy street. Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg of 3S11 Ivy street were guests of Chicago friends Sunday and Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cooke of North Magoun avenue, their daughter Miss Thelma and Mrs. A. C. Hermansdorfer returned last evening from an ideal mo tor trip through many eastern towns and Detroit. Mich.f In their Dodge tour ing car. Mr. Hermansdorfer accompani ed them as far as Pittsburg but as his time was limited he returned by rail. "Let Us Pay With Our Bodies For Our Soul's Desires." Roosevelt. , .In..- I nf 1 1 1 I i iii.iHI m