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Tuesday, September 4, 1.017.
THE TIMES Page Five .".i...L.a.ug I 11 - " 1 ; ' i i S? T SOCIAL NEWS I II - i cosmta e vi itts. The first division of the M. E. Ladies' Aid Society will be entertained by Mrs. Balz at her home. 105 4 Oiiumet avenje. Wednesday afternoon. The Woman's Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church will hold its first meeting of the. new year Wednesday, September 12th. Mrs. Dickey of Indiana avenue will be hostess to the Harmony Club on Wed nesday. September 12th. instead of to morrow afternoon. ENJOYABLE FATKT. A delightful social affair wa.-given at the Hammond Countrv club last night in the shape of an informal dinner dance, the occasion hem the sixth an nual dedication day observation. The club rooms were beautifully decorated. Those present from Gary were: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Campbell, Dr. and Mrs. A. Miltniore. Mrs. C. G. Robinson and her sister. Miss Cecil Corliss of Indiana Harbor,, were also guests, as were a number of Ohicagoans. FOR 5At,n BY Wholeiiale niatributorai Maginot Bros.. Hammond Ind. Retailerm Anderson Hdw. Co.. Hammond. Ind. Bieker Bros., Hammnd. Ind. C. E Nelson. Hammond, Ind. Joa. W. Weis. Hammond. Ind. L. Keilman 4 Son. Inc . Dver, Ind. Mrs. Joseph .cwint. Hes.v.ile. Ind. Hark'ma 4 Van Til. H'gh'.anJ. Ind, M. Grimmer. Gr.flth. Ind. N. Kiufmsn. Indiana Harbor, Ir.d. PATENTS SEND FOK ilY FRSE BOOK. -HOW TO GET THEM." ft' full of lEforaatloa yoa honia know. Remember tbat all work entrusted my car la dona in my own offices. rlht r in Cblcaso. wbera yo ucan call for consultation any business day la to fear or any Monday evening until o'clock. Servlca beat to b had at any price, aad it conte lesa. Phone Centra! SS0 JOSHUA R. H. POTTS, 6 S. Dearborn St., Chicago itTTORNBT and COUNSELOR AT LAW. SUITE 1111 HARTFORD BUILDiNO. The Centralizing School of Dramatic Art WILLIAM OWEN, DIRECTOR. 20 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD, CHICAGO. Every one who wants to be a confident, convincing public talker; every one who has anr latent ability in acting should investi gate the wonderful successes of the students of this school. All our work Is individual. No classes. Your course will be molded to fit your wants and needs. The Centralizing School of Dramatic Art Courses include the following: Short courses in self-confidence and public speaking for pfficials, etc. Teaches you how to talk extemporane ously and with certainty, whenever unexpectedly called on. . . Amateur courses for those who wish to do parlor work. Excellent training in poise and presence that helps in all social gatherings. Every young woman entering society should take thi3 course. Professional courses for those who wish to go on the legitimate stage, full prepared. Many notable successes among our own graduates. Moving Picture or Film Acting a field of its own is covered by a special course. Approved by directors. Finest equipment, including fully equipped practice theater. Write for literature indicating courses desired. Affiliated With Centralizing School of Music. (r Wo wish to inform our friends and iormer pat rons that we have opened a First Class Tailoring Establishment in the Mohawk Hotel Building, Indi ana Harbor, and are prepared to show you the very latest in Fall Suitings. r, (UW& SMILES Distributors for Soslge, 'Chevrolet, ii$ds&n Hammond, Whiting, East Chicago, Indiana Harbor and Surrounding Territory. PHone 265. Following a vacation of two weeks spent with friends in Lake Geneva, Wis., Miss Jessie Rohde returned to Chicago on Friday where her marriage to Arthur A. Anderson of Indiana Harbor took place during the afternoon. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Anderson came to Hammond and ire at the home of the bride's part-nts. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rohdis 340 East State street. Mrs. Anderson is employed in the office of the Northern States Life Insurance com pany. She is a member of the J. U. G. Club and has a large circle of friends to whom the announcement will come a.? a surprise. Mr. Anderson ia the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of 3506 Grapevine street and is employed in the Indiana Harbor postoiffce. Miss Helen Stolley of Morton Court was tendered a delightful surprise party on Sunday evening- by a number of her friends in celebration of her birthday anniversary. The guests were entertained wi(h contests and music and during the evening a buffet lunch eon was served. There were covets for the Misses Emma Faul. Louise Faul. Florence Mlschke. Elizabeth and Mar garet Marx. Ida Renough. Messrs. Frank Chandler. Oscar Weil. William and Ru dolph Ahlborn. Herbert Lewke. Harry Schreiber. Eric Marx, John Gallnsky, henry and Charles Ahlborn. Herman Sikor'ski and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Chand ler. J. T. Sta-nm, Chiropodist. Phone 2533 for appointment. Evenings only. Suite 412 Hammond Bids , Hammond. Ind. 9-4-lmo. Miss M. Tloche and Miss B. M. Good land were the guests of the Stayms Club of Austin. 111., for a lake trip to Mackinaw for over Labor day. The Minnesota was chartered for the trip. A meeting: of the Ktng's Heralds was held on Saturday afternoon at the home of Helen and Margaret Klein in Sibley street. Mrs. J. H. Otto, the superintend ent of the department met with the children and directed their study. An enjeyable social hour followed when dainty refreshments were served. Dorcas P.ebekah lodgre beld its reeu lar meeting on Saturday evening" at the I. O. O. F. hall. Only routine business came before the members but following the business session at the meeting next Saturday evening- a quilt will be raffled. In two weeks on Saturday there will be an anniversary celebration for which elaborate preparations are being: made. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thrallkill and daughter Kathryn of Hoffman street and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Dilts and son John of Ash street left Friday evening on a 707 Hohman St. Hammond, Ind. BAKER DISTRIBUTES DIPLOMAS TO WEST POINT GRADUATES SOON TO BE REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS 1 i I if n M ' 4 lie-:, : ro v; f km " C& :HwJTvt Pi II The graduation ceremonies at West Point. One hundred and fifty-two men of the 1918 graduating class at West Point were recently civen their diplo mas by Secretary of War Newton D. Eaker. The young men have been graduated a year ahead of time after a course of intensive training that they mijrht be ready for commissions in the regular army. After a short furlough they will be assigned to duty in the army as second lieutenants. motor trip to Neenah. Wis., where they will visit for a few days. They will re turn by way of The Dells. Unity Review No. 2 ". B. A. of the Maccabees will meet this evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Initiation will feature the regular meeting of Opal Hive No. 36 L. O. T. M. M. this evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. There will be a meeting Wednesday afternoon of the G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. at the I. O. o F.. hall. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heinman of Waltham street and delivered an eight pound boy. The mother and baby are doing nicely. ilrs. Fred.Lutu-r. 532 Garfield avenue, entertained informally on Saturday evening in celebration of her birthday anniversary. The guests were enter tained with music and games. A two course luncheon was served, there being covers for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Konow. Mr. and Mrs. E. Luter. Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, Mn and Mrs. W. Konow, Mrs. H. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ber - I wanger. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lohser, Mr. and Mrs? Edward Berwanger, jr., Mrs. W. Craw, Mr. and Mrs. A. Berwanger. Mr. and Mrs. O. Anderson, William Konow and Karl and Ernest Lutter. rs. Alllrv Sanity nn rAAa ,i trV, i of ! . , , . .. (hand .baggage; bedding and changes Miss Mary Laery have returned tromi. ,,., a Pleasant visit in Three Oaks and NIIps Mich., and South Bend. Miss Elizabeth Webber spent the past week-end with relatives in Cedar Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hitchcock of Highland street are spending the week with relatives in Lima and Spencerville, Ohio. Mrs. E. E. Sharp of Kansas City has returned home after visiting her sister. Mrs. R. E. Hickman at her home in! Webb street. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Haefer and daugh- t ter Miss Marguerite Haefer and Mrs. Anna Hess motored to Ora. ind.. on Sun cay and spent the clay with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cappis formerly of Ham mond and from there went to Lake Maxinkuckee. Miss Maisit- Tuiey of Waltham steret left yesterday to attend school in Hanim, Ind. Mrs. Edward Stolley and daughters Emma and Edna, and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison P. Chandler and daughter Shirley were in Tolleston Sunday to visit Albert Miller who has joined the army and expects to leave Tolleston on Wednesday. Mis. John Sherby and daughter Miss Mabel Sherby of Mason street returned yesterday from a few days visit in St. Joe. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Newell and Novell Kobbir.s. of Lima, O.. were call ed here last Friday on account of the death of Mr. Newell's father, William Newell. Attorney and Mrs. George Miller of Indiana Harbor and Attorney and Mrs. M. D. Metz motored to St. Joe, Mich., for an over Labor day visit. Edward A. Chermk of 125 Sheffield avenue who was formerly employed by the Inland Steel company at Indiana Harbor left Monday evening to accept a position p.s machinist at Akron, O. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyle motored to St. Jf?, Mich., for over Labor day. Mrs. Charles Kasson and Master Charles Kasson Siamm have returned after several weeks visit with relatives in Denver. Mrs. H. F. Melkle left today for Minneapolis for sn extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ehret of Summer street have returned from a two weeks visit at Winona Lake and Wakarusa. Ind. Mrs. Wiliard S. Slagle returned to Mehphis. Tenn.. on Saturday after sev eral weeks visit vyith her parents, Judge and Mrs. W. A. Jordan of Detroit street. Mrs. H. R. Bell and daughter Grace Bell of Rimbach avenue returned yes terday from their visit in Dixon, 111. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Ludwig motored to SHelby yesterday and spent the day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. William Ahlborn, Mr. and Mrs. Lavene, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Downey and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lyons motored to Starved Rock. 111., on Sun day and returned last evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. Reinhardt and son Herbert of Indianapolis were the guests of Mr. and 35rs. F. W. Malon of East ! Sibley street yesterday. Mrs. Reinhardt is a sister of Mr. Malon. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. P. Bell will return to their home in Webb street tomorrow from Iake Winnebago near FonduLac, Wis., where they have spent the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron and son j have returned from their vacation apent j in Mulberry, Frankfort and Lafayette. Ind. Their daughters Arminta and ! Kathleen spent two days visiting I Dalton and Fort Sheridan. Mrs. Henry Burge and Mrs. Kluge re turned to their home in Coliinavllle. 111., today after visiting for several daya wiUi Mrs. Charles Miller, 98 Clinton street. Miss Bianchard Kenney of Ruth street has returned after nearly a year spent In California. Mrs. Sdward Murden and their house guest, Mrs. Bryant of Jackson, Mich., motored to Lincoln park and Fort Sheri dan on Labor day. Mr. ant! Mrs. J. H. McGuire of Calu met avenue accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett cf Highland street return- I ed last evening from Indianapolis where they motored on Saturday for a brief visit. LOCAL HEI GET THEIR LASTJNSJRUGTIONS Provost Gten. Cr.owder Tells Men Whz-t They May and May Not Take. WASHINGTON. Sept. 4 Today and tomorrow the nation will pay tribute to the men of the national army, who ; on - .J" "7; . : for the mobiliiation camps. This last! statement for the guidance of the men was issued las-, night: 111 EMXH CROWDER, Provost Marshal General. "The men will not' be permitted to .. ' The following articles should be taken: Soap, shaving outnt, comb, brush, tooth brush and powder, two bath towels, three han4 towels, six hankerchsrfs a:id two changes of un derwear. There is no objection to tak ing collars and shirts for wear on the journey, but there will "be no use for these articles a'ter arriving at camp. "Since au'.t c-ses and handbag will not be allowed for permanent use, ar- tides may be arried in bundles. "Civilian cloties will not be retained after arrival and may be returned by express or otherwise to the homes. It la better to appear in civilian clothes which are not worth keeping. "To insure quick communication with the familv. the recruit-I ndvlnnrt to provide himself with postcards or stamped envelopes. "Before repotting to the local board the hair should be cut very short, the bod- thoroughly bathed and clean un derwear put on. The finger and toe nails should be cut short. "Every efTort will be made to pre serve the health of recruits and to build up their physique. The govern mtnt undertakes to look after the phy sical well-being of the recruit in every possible way arid carries out the work of military methods." GABY FINISHES PATRIOTIC PUN Mayor Johnain and Chief Marshal C. H. Maloney of Gary have com pleted plana for Gary's celebration to morrow afternoon and evening in honor of Lake county's several quotas to the selective army. At 3 p. m. selective army men wili march from the Gary city hall to East S4de prlt. where they will be addressed by tie mayor. Major K. M. Burr and Captain Wheeler of Indian apolis. " At 7 p. m. the parade, headed by Gary police, twelve bands. Company L. of East Chicago, and the Gary. East Chicago and Crown Point militia com panies as well as other organitations will march in Broadway. Following the parade the selective army men will be given a reception at the T. M. C. A. Lake county exemption boards as well as mayor of its cities will sit cn the speakl ig platform tomorrow afternoon. Gary will observe the afternoon and f-vening as a holiday. COUNTY MEN IN SPEED NET Auto, speeding- arrests made in Gary yesterday and tday by Officer Ahrends were as follow! : A. C. Whitman, Crown Point. Wniam E. Shm!dt, 3 East Seventh avenue. Gary. Frank L. Boyd, Merrillville. NO PROSECUTION 07 PAUL FINCH Paul Finch. Sillier beach amusement manager, arrested Saturday on com plaint of 'President George Manlove ln of the Gary btard of works, was ar. traigned in- Gary court Monday morn ing, out no wur.eesea appeared to pros ecute so Finch waa dismissed. It Is charged that when the two young sons of Mr. Manlove went to enter the water at the beach in eare of their nurse, a colored woman, they were fired upon. Finch waa arrtatad for carrying con cealed weapons, and got released after -if T.. , ' II t . t I 7 F J Chicago Potato Program. CHICAGO, Pept. 4. Plans for buy ing: and storing in Chicago 1,000,000 bushels of potatoes, for uue after Jan uary 1 n-xt, were started today by the m.iddle western division of the national food administration. The potatoes are to be sold to consumers at cost, the price to be fixed after all expenses, in cluding interest on the capital required to finance the deal, have been deter mined. According to the plans, the working capital for. starting the project will be advanced in the form of a loan by the city of Chicago, the sum nce..ary to make the first purchase and to "pay the freight being estimated at 5200,000. The federal reserve board has already pproved a plan by which warehouse receipts on potatoes stored under cer tain specified conditions may be usd fyr collateral , for loans at federal re serve banks. After the first lot has been bought and safely stored away, a loan may be made on the warehouse receipts and more potatoes hr.,.Ht til 1,000,000 bushels are In ttora un- ge. DROWNED BODY IS RECOVERED (Special to The Time.) CROWN POINT. IND.. Sept. 4. The body of the Erickson lad who was drowned at Cedar Lake on last Thursday was recovered late that night, and the remains shipped to Chicago, the home of the parents who were staying at Jhe lake at the time. The body had been too long in the water for the rulmotor to have any effect. COUNTY SEAT A BUSY PLACE (Special to Thb Time? ) CROWN POINT. IND.. Sept. 4. Crown Point is a busy place today, the opening of the schools, meeting of the county commissioners, the tne Lt circuit court, also a meeting of the county council and a meteing of the city council, all takes place today. WATCH YOUR AUTO THIEVES! Chicago auto thieves are operating lri te Calumet region- and if -you have a machine do not leave it unguarded in the streets, for the chances are that the police will not have time to keep their s 5 :v "Mil HAMMOND MUSICAL DORA H. OTTO, President. SIXTH SEASON OPENS FOR REGISTRATION SEPTEMBER-4TH. , Faculty of fourteen, including the following instructors from among the foremost Chicago Schools: Karl Reckzeh, Chicago Musical College; Samuel B. Garten, Cos mopolitan School, and Mabel Lee, Columbia School. Ten Free and Partial Scholarships to be Awarded Taiented pupils with limited means given special attention. Write or call at the College at once for application blanks. Examinations expire Sept. 17th. M Courses offered in Piano, Voice, Violin, Danciner, ory. Classes in Harmony, Courses and Dancing. Recital Hall The College is equipped with a spacious Hall for classwork, Studio and Public Recitals, giving the pupil an opportunit- which is indispensable to a musical education. Catalog sent on request. 636 O. K. BUILDING. eye on it. They have other things to do. Machine losers incMde Police Ser peant Ross Boyer and ex-Mayor Tom Knotts of Gary, and Mr. Chandler of Hammond. SURANGE STOCK IS ADVANCING tie city elections throughout the stat in November. The Gary National Life Insurance The women appoar to be angu:ne of company, w hich has. been in the process winning the suit. They do not believe of organization since early .rrinp, hasj,hat the Opp0snion c&n how anv now reached a point of organization and ground r,r nav-inR the courts knock expects to qualify as an Insurance Com-iout th. law How(.Ver. the opposition pany and begin the sale of life insur- j ..ms t- b? Just as certain that when an-e within a very few days. j the courts flniih with the case the wo. Th Iinal payments on stock subscrip tions are being collected very rapidly and money is being accumulated in their ton or "vieven banks over the Calumet region and northwestern Indiana. The company will begin the making of .'not want the women to vote. These loans and investing their funds in j interests, they say, fear the result of high-grade securities within a few days the woman vote of the state, as the insurance laws of the state of In-j There is a general belief that an at diana require that the capital stock I tack also will be made on the state shall be invested in mortgages or bonds J wide prohibition law by practically th? and deposited with the auditor of state, same interests that are believed to be before the company will be licensed to! behind the fight against woman suff sell'life insurance. irajff There have been reports for This is one of the safeguards thrown j some time that a complaint was In around policy-holder and stockholders, j pi eparation to attack the prohibition The law also require that the full re serve on policies issued by the com pany b invested in the same kind of securities .and those must be deposited with the auditor of state. No state in the union better safe-guards the policy holders and the stock holders than the state of Indiana. The stock of the Gary National Life Insurance company has been .selling at $!i0 pes. share but.it will be the policy of ..lis company to gradually raise the price as the number- of stock-holders increases and the company begins opera tion. From a few people this company has developed into a working force of nearly three hundred stockholders. As the majority of the stockholders are co operating with the management in the placing of additional stock, and the management feel that they can depend upon these stockholders for their co operation in the placing of policies. On Thursday. September 1J. 1917. the working stockholders, in ' other words those co-operating with the manage ment in the placing of additional stock will be invited together with the Gary Commercial Club, some ff their friends, and the organization committee to at tend a banquet which will be held at the Gary Commercial club at 6:30 p. m. At this dinner they will have Mr. C. M. Cartwright. editor of tne National Un derwriter of Chicago, as the principal speaker. They will also have addresses by oth?r prominent insurance men as well as some of the leading stockhold ers. It iooks now as if one of the financial institutions of the country will have its home office in Gary. . HE WAS IN CRITICAL CONDITION fOcatlnued from Paga Onej and immediate action it would be necessary for Indiana and tne other Ftatea to do something for themselves to bring relief to the situation. It was this, more than any other one thing, that called for the special session. There were other matters that ap peared as If they would require atten tion also, but the actual necessity ap pears to have disappeared, and the state is getting along very well without the session. .v,. v,. h.n t1thing. It may be the-jlrst warning mat governor is well again cannot now be f .-v.t rtlrt Hut f 1 known Tht (1r,v. U-rnor Goodrich has been opposed to at this time unless it was found to be absolutely necessary. It Is thought that Judge Rochford of the Marion county Supe.rior court, will hand down a decision this week In the case in which the constitution ality of the woman suffrage law Is at tacked. Persons connected with both sides of .the case believe that a deci sion will not be delayed .longer than this week, because of the fact that no matter what the iecision of Judge COLL Local Institution With Home Interests Musical History, Ear Training, Technic, Normal 1 By reason of thorough dlstrfbutlcn with th drugr trade in tha Unitad States and lower sailing- costs, re. Juced prices are now possible for Eckman's Alterative FOR THROAT AND LUNG3 Stntbom Couffhs and Colds N'o Alcohol. Narcotic or Habit-Forming Drug. $2 Size $1 Size Mow $1.50 Now 80 Cts. Ecltman Laboratory, Philadelphia. Rochford may be the case will be ap pealed to the Supreme court. And jthat court will be asked to decide the tease in time for the people to know jwhat the law is before the time for men of Indiana vii: be without ti:k right to vote. Suffragists Insist that the attack on the law is backed, secretly, if not open'.y, by certain interests that do jlaw, but it the courts. has not yet shown up ;n MURDER LIST ISJNCREASED (Continued From rage OntV Mercy hospital from the effects of a stab wound in the abdomen receive! shortly after midnight on August 27. Elliott Jackson, colored, died Satur day evening at General hospital from the effects of a bullet wound receive! on Wednesday evening. Stabbed At Stiica. Foliee reports indicate that on Augus-. 27 Kamond Godosky, ISth avenue and Delaware street, was stabbed in th stomach and Walter Mikowsky was stabbed in the shoulder following a fight at a dance hall at 17th avenue and Maryland street. The quarrel was wi'h Frank Flalkowskl and concerned a girl. The latter was ousted from the dancs hall. It is said by the police Fi&lkow- ski laid in wait for the two men with r knife and revolver and got in the cut- ting when they left the han. Fialkow ski is sought by. the police. . Jackson Shot. Jackson was shot cn the evening August 29 at ISth avenue and Wash ington street. He had quarreled with ; j negro said to be Frank Dorsey and wh escaped. . Dorsey later met Jackson. is alleged, and hot him in the lung an ! right side. Peritonitis set in. Shoots TJp Saloon. Another case of carrying concea' 1 weapons and the results cf it came t light Sunday afternoon at a saloon a. 9th avenue and Taft street whan Saiva.i Curt began to "shoot up the place.'' Adam Bagden, 15th avenue and Grtuii street, was shot in the shoulder. The Gary police hold Curt. ' Lant Wednesday evening five meu were stabbed, two of them also bsim; shot, when a Serbian, carrying a knitu. ran amuck ia a saloon at lb 76 Adams street. BACKACHE KILLS! Don't make the fatal mistake of neg lecting what may seem to be a "simple little backache." There isn t any such vour kidneys are not working properly. and throwing off the poisons as they should. If this is the case, go after the cause of that backache, and do it quick ly, or you may find yourself in the grip of an incurable disease. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will give almost immediate relief from kidnev and bladder troubles, which may be the unsuspected cause of general iil health. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules" are imnorted direct from the laboratories in Holland. They are pre pared in correct quantity and convenient form to take, and are positively guaran teed to give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Get them at any drug store, but be sure to insist on the GOLD MEDAL brand, and take ni other. In boxes, three sizes.' Adv. Jj GE ELIZABETH WEBBER, Registrar, Musical .History, and The PHONE 1523 HAMMOND.