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Thursdav. Sent. 6. 1917.
THE TIMES Pare Seven r. Luckett, Specialist r. f . CHRONIC DISEASES treated and curad by latent prvn. scientific methods. CATJLKSa. AfTSIU, BttOSTCMXTES and ail resulting conditions cured. DISEASES OF MEN uooessful!y treated In shortest pos lble time at lowest possible rost. SA.CS CASI E3SN AMD TJtEATBD personally. Plenty of time rivon to treatments. Satisfaction assurtd. Heneat treatment always. Investl tate 'twill cost you nothing-. Diseases of Women Cured by safe, sure, painless, pleasant, non surgical means. CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL Hours 9-1. i.uo to 6, 7 to . Sundays, No hours Thursday Kvenlngs. 16 Stat Bt- Artexds JUOr.. (Opp Orphaoat master, HuumonJ, XaA. WORK OF COUNTY COUNCIL MEETING (Continued from Tasre OnsT atitutions 5.000.00 County Surveyor' Office. Fees of county surveyor or deputy 2.000.00 Allotting ditches and bridge plans 3.500.00 Office expanses l.?75.00 County Superlatendeat's Office. Salary of Co. superintendent Expense of Co. institute Office expense and supplies.. Deputy hire. $360; traveling exppnso.". $100; attending; associations, $90; attending examinations. $1S County Assessor. Sa'ary Deputy Office expenses and supplies Fees in excess of salary Auto, board of review County Coroner's Oface, 2.408.00 1,000.00 537.00 568.00 1,200.00 60.00 75.00 300.00 200.00 Salary Office expenses Coroner's Inquests and post mortem 11,550.00 Co. Health Commissioner's Office. Salary ; Office expenses Other expenses Incident to prevention and suppression of disease Deputy hire For Expense of Commissioners' 5.000.00 ' 296.00 1,250.00 135.00 Salary Office expenses Salary of county council Salary of county attorney Office expenses ,. Additional expenses of coun ty attorney Salary of pauper attorney defending criminals Co. board of review All other expenses County Board of Truancy Per diem of truant officer Other expenses Expense of Assessing. North township Calumet township Ross township St. John township Center township West Creek township Eugle Creek township Vinfleld township ' Hobart township Hanover township Expense of toot: North. $15, 000: Calumet. $15,000; Ross, $250: St. John. $250; Cen ter, $S00; -West Creek. $100; , Cedar Creek, $500: Kaftle Creek. $100; Winneld. $100: Hobart, $1,200; Hanover $100 33,300.00 Expense of Court House. Repair of buildings. Insur ance! etc. 2.000.00 715.00 400.00 Court. 4.500.00 600.00 140.00 2.000 00 2O0.li? 500.00 400.00 3.600.00 180.00 2,500.00 . 250 00 7.800.00 7.626.00 285. on 210 00 340 00 225.00 182 f.0 175.00 210.00 207.00 JMIiii-" - ................ iiliMTlii 1 BUEHL )MW SIPEGBAIL Beef Sp Native Boiling 10$ Native Chuck Cuts 124 Native Boneless Sirloin Roast 17$ Native Sirloin Steaks 19$ Native Club Steaks 15$ Veal Choice Indiana Milk Fed Legs, whole or half 19$ Shoulders, best cuts 18$ Choice Chops 22$ Breasts for Filling 16$ Special Sausage Sale Saturday, Monday and Tuesday Hams Selected Calif., small and lean. Limit of one to customer I Utj CHEESE Fancy American Fancy Brick . . . .28$ .26$ Fancy Mild Cure, whole or half side , 32c Fresh from our creamery 44C WATCH FOR OUR WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY SPECIAL SALE AD IN THIS PAPER TUESDAY EDITION. tfOI TOf-!T KZ? JL-ll IB II i 573 HOHMAN STREET TEL. 1441 HAMMOND CLEANEST, BIGGEST AND BUSIEST MARKET IN LAKE COUNTY. I -Li. pa 1 0030 Piano Buyers Say IT CERTAINLY PAYS TO LOOK AROUND AND COMPARE PIANA VAL UES BEFORE YOU DECIDE DEFINITELY ON YOUR PIANO "After looking around in Chicago and Hammond for two weeks we conscientiously and frankly admit tbat we saved $125.00 on the purchase of our piano through you. Piano manufacturers and the larger dealers try to make a fortune on the sale of one piano. You surely ought to control the piano situation in this county if you treat all of your customers as you did us." Hammond Attorney. "Mr. Wilcockson, we have looked around as you advised, us and how enclose, our check In full settlement for the piano. We are sat isfied that this same style and make of piano is sold elsewhere in Hammond at $120.00 more than the price we paid for same." Ham mond Business Man. "After you placed your Art Player-Piano in our home last week we went toChicago to get a price on the same piano. Ve know that we saved $215.00 in this purchase through you." Hammond Family. IT PAYS TO LOOK AROUND, MR. PIANO BUYER Call and see the following special bargains and then make your inquiries else where on the same pianos. i j - ;v. ... r. - . . - J WHY SUITES? tTiOPl ASTHMA . J Itt.. IMU. j- ntmtm W mmrn I One new $1,050.00 most reputable player-plane cn the market, SPECIAL One new $800.00 60LO PLAYER-PIANO One new $730.00 Solo .. Three new $650.00 1 Two new $550.00 One new $500.00 ! One practically new Chickering Grand '. .. Three new $450.00 strictly high grade pianos One new $600.00 highest priced on market One new $350.00 high grade piano One practically new $225.00 Straube Piano . Several slightly 'used pianos , $650.00 525.00 , 450.00 400.00 ! 350.00 .. 350.00 350.00 . 385.00 - 250.00 176.00 $70.00 to 150.00 THE SO-CALLED SOLO-HARP ATTACHMENT PLACED IN ANY PIANO AT $3.00 EXTRA. We successfully Install the player device in anf old piano. Get our price on this work. If you buy during this sale we will sell on any terms and will not charge interest on payments. 155 STATE STREET, ARTEMI8 3UILDINQ, HAMMOND, IND. 5PEN EVENINGS. PIANO TUNING, $2.50. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Janitors and employes 3.000.00 Supplies, fuel, lig-ht. heat, etc. 6,000.00 County Jail. Itepairs 1,000.00 Supplies 2,000.00 Janitor and other employes 1,900.00 County Poor farm. Repairs, insurance and tux 1,200.00 Salary ot suprrinto ndent and employes 8,000.00 Supplies and maintenance 22,900.00 County Some for Orphans. Orphan poor In othtr institu tions, includ.ngr transporta tion 15.000.00 Expenses of ir mates of state . institutions, penal and be nevolent 10,000 00 Expense of ea lity inquests 3,450.00 Special Elections. Registrations, Jti,000; primary $18,300; election, $16,470... 40,770.00 Expense of public printing and advertising ,500.00 Expense of highway viewers, damages, etc 500.00 Co. board of charities 50.00 Expense of farmers' instituta 150.00 Expense of ditches S00.00 Expense of justice of peace 25.00 Expenses of employes for special service 500.00 For deficiency o nschool funds principal and interest 2,000.00 Game warden 100.00 Memorial park and fair erounds : 100.00 Expense of making school fund loans 200.00 County beard of visitors 100.00 Guardians' Home. Matron and other expenses 2.500.00 Supplies, light and fuel 1,600.00 Improvements 200.00 New Bridges. North township bridge No. 1 on Buelke road ! S.500.00 Expense of bridge repairs 10.000.00 Co. Prosecuting Attorney's Office. Expense of supplies 6,600.00 For expense of change of venue 4.500.00 Expense of Circuit Court. Salary of judgs and special judge 1,900.00 Expense of juries, jury com., meals, etc. 4,400.00 "Witness fees . 750.00 Official reporter 1.900.00 Bailiffs 1.500.00 Salary of probate commis sioner . 1.350.00 Bxpense of board of child ren's guardians 1.500.00 Jnrenlla Court. Salary and expenses of proba tion officer 3.700.00 Supplies, repairs for court room 2,400.00 Circuit court, ditches 2,000.00 Return of fugitives 2,000.00 Reward for capture 1,000.00 Law enforcement expenses 200.00 Superior Court, Soom 1. Salary l 1,700.00 Jurors, meals, etc. 4.450.00 Witness fees 200.00 Official reporter, fees and sup plies 1,900.00 Bailiffs 1,750.00 Supplies, etc. 2,150.00 Probate commissioner 1,350.00 Expense cf Superior Court, Soom 2. Salary of Judge 1.700.00 Jurors, etc. 4,050.00 Witness fes 200.00 Official reporter 1.900.00 Bailiffs 1.650.P0 Expenses and supplies l,40Oj)0 Change of venue . 600.00 Expense of Superior Court, Soom 3. Salary of judge 1,700.00 Jurors 4,050.00 Witness and fees 200.00 Official reporter 1,900.00 Bailiffs 1.650.00 Expenses of supplies, repairs for court room by order of judge ! 7,740.00 County Agent's Office. Salary 1.000 00 Office expenses 140.00 Traveling expenses ::60.00 Couiity Sealer's Office. Salary 1,500.00 Office expenses 285.00 Traveling expenses 600.00 For payment county bonds, principal n dinterest, $93,- 750; interest, $26,501.73 120,551.73 MARCHING- ORDER IS RECEIVED fOentlnued from Page One Faul E. Kelly, Julius Kidlicska. George E. McKenna, John Ohall.i. J. Harold Wamsher. Pter Whelan; Cooks Joe Fox, Frank Barber. Bernard Titus: Me chanics Taul E. Dwyer. Louis Karlin; Buglers, F.ufus Klmpner, Frank O'Don nell; Privates John M. Agnew. Leone Agostino. Albert Alley, Hugh C. Baker, Frank Bakutis, David Ball. John Bar ne'y, Elmer Barr, George Bosbici, Ralph Brainer, Miks Brllo, Kazmiers Broms zewski, Arthur R. Clark. Sherman Cov ert. Sam Crassak. Leo Darmofalski. Thomas Dejauovich. Steve Dubicl, John Dwardy. Stanley Fisher, David Frew. Homer Friend. Stuart Frushour. Louis Fultmon. John Gabrish. Mike Gawron, Tim Gibola. Edward W. G.'rt, Walter Golembiewski, Wapizn Grapozik, John Gritz. Ignatius Guzek, Henry A. Haas. George Halas. John Ham Ik. SanJ Hanuk. John Hartley, Robert S. Hazlett, John Herod, Carl It. Hines. Eugene M. Hines. Alex Isack. Charles Jamroz, Felix C. Jarek. James Johnston, .John Keane. Mike Kobratovich, Joe Kocal, Stanley Kocal, John Koch, Zgymunt Koracrow ski. Martin Kozon, John Kraus, Mike Kusko, Taul Lajck. Daniel 11. Legg, An dy Leshondak. Stanley Madejeiyk, Paul Majhrowicz. Martin Mazur, Stanley Ma lur, John McCready, Earl MePhenters. Roy McVeigh. Marcus Minor. p'rank Moll, Lawrence Mulvey, Sylvester Nev roski, Peter Nitch. John Xoor, John J. OVonnell, Roy R. O'Connell. Walter Olech, Peter Orolin, Mik Oswego, Vin cent Patrick. Frank Pavlik. Stanley Pels, Tom Phillips, Joseph J. Podraza, Max Pollack. Walter Pospychala, Ben I'o testa. Charles Quigley. Russell Rickerd. Frank Rosa. Thomas Rys. Andy Sabo. Leo Saflran. Frank Schiavl, Theodore Seiner, Earl L. Sills, Ralph R. Simlson. Victor Sirbu, John Skal. Thomas Skiba. John P. Smith, Mike Smollen, Stariley Spilewski. John Sproch. John Stambek, EMward R. Sterling, Steve Strippi. Mike Suhi. Frank Suhie. Louts Suto, Steve Szitas, Steve Taray. John Terme. Eugene Timar, Barney Trzfcciak. Mike Verbish, Andy Villegan. Earl W. Walker, Joe Wallen. Alex Walsko. Thomas B. Whe lan. Albert Willard, Joe Willardo, Reu ben Wolper. I!rnard Yedvsb, Carl Zer ler, Fred Zimmerman, Jacob Zmudka, Antoni Zniewski. STATE ICE MEN TO CO-OPERATE e INDIANAPOLIS. Ind , Sept. 7. Mem bers of the Indiana Ice Dealers asso ciation wll! co-operate in every man- L'J Jbite Itisersmce Mock As Ae Investment Investors Are Now Becoming Informed of the Enormous Profits in Life Insurance and Are Waking Up to the Further Fact That in This Business the Risks of Loss That Enter Into the Promotion of Every Other Line of Indus try Are Practically Eliminated. The Financial Press of America Is Unanimous in Declaring Stocks in Life Insurance Companies. An Exceptionally Conservative and Profitable Investment In the words of the Commercial Chronicle" one of the safest, most profitable and most attractive investment opportunities, is that offered by any reliable, successful Life Insurance Company. "The more -we investigate investment opportunities, the more we become convinced that this is the case." "From time to time attractive chances for the sale and profitable plac ing of money industrial operations designed to float new inventions, or in land in growing sections of the country appear or are noted in these columns, yet the percentage of good propositions in these lines are small. There are good ones here and there, but the majority are risky. "Life Insurance Stock, however, provided the company is reliable,. as most of them are in this day of strict State and Government supervision, are in almost every instance highly desirable." According to a recent statement by Bradstrcet's in referring to the sta bility of Life Insurance as a business proposition as compared to the stability of other lines of business, the following is given prominence. "While for Life Insurance it can be said that for more than thirty years there has not been one single company which failed to meet its full obliga tion to policy holders where such company has been continuously on the level premium basis." "Why," yoi; may ask, is life insurance company stock more desirable as an in vestment than other stocks and bonds? The answers to this natural question, in the words of the "West ern Underwriter," are direct, convincing and authoritative, being supported by statistics that are indisputable: TI'TQ'f' "-e Insurance Companies must invest their earnings J?iioL an(i stock only in the very best of fixed securities such as United States bonds. State, County and Municipal bonds and First Mortgages on property having a cash double the amount loaned." loaned." "Xo other securities than the foregoing are allowed to be invest- , ed in under the Insurance Laws; furthermore mortgages given to In surance Companies are not taxed to the same extent as are those of other companies." SpPnilH "A. Life Insurance Company's officials are required kJCwLllvl t0 make, at least once a year, a sworn statement as to the company's legal reserve, its liabilities and its investments for publication in papers of general publication." " , "It is also the sworn duty of the Superintendent of the Insur ance Department to see that reserves of each company are kept in tact, properly invested and deposited with the state." "Life Insurance Companies can invest in mortgages and 'other securities so that they net an average rate or in terest of at least six per cent." Fourth !By reference to financial journals, it will be seen that $100.00 shares in regular Life Insurance Com panies are quoted at from $340 to $4,800 per share. TTiftfl "ne caPial stock cannot be used for any purpose other 3L II til than as an additional security for its policy holders. The main strength of a regular Life Insurance Company is its legal re serve, which must be invested in fixed securities. It will therefore be seen that an investor in a regular Life Insurance Company is as sured beyond peradventure that his shares and also his premiums are used for specific purposes only." "INDIANA LAWS Extra security to policy holder and stock holder." Xot only the capital but the entire reserve must be deposited with the Auditor of State by companies with home offices in Indiana. "Ohio's leading Life Insurance Company last year netted an in terest rate of nearly seven per cent on its securities. But over and above this, there are also large profits resulting from lapses, savings in mortality and in the expense loading, which enables a company to pay a large cash dividend." Buy Now While You Can; Price Advance Sept. 15 Send Coupon for Booklet or Call or Write Gary National Life Insurance Company ' GARY THEATRE BUILDING GARY, INDIANA WILBUR WYNANT, Manager OPEN EVENINGS Mail This Coupon Without obligations on my part, mail me. your booklet, ex plaining, plans, safety and prof its in life insurance stock. Signed Street City State Phone . . , i, or. with Herbert Hoover, food con tioller. according: to their statements following a meeting of the executive committee at the Hotel Severin today. The annual convention of the associa tion if set f'r October. The associa tion is planning greater economy in nen, teams and coal. H. B. DePrez, director of the national association of ire dealers, attended the meeting, as also did E. E. Wickey of East Chicago, vice president of the association. If You Think THE TIMES Is Doing Its Bit Your Support Is Al ways Welcome. noisy CUT-OUTS TO BE CUT OUT NEW YORK, Sept. 7.' Because muf fler cut-outs on automqhiles have no mechanical value and add merely an other unnecessary noise to American life, the national automobile chamber of commerce has recommended their elimination from all cars huilt in this ci Mnlry after Jan. 1, i31?. Nearly half the 110 autc-T.obile makers in the chamber do no fit muffler cut-outs on fcl." J' :FFDt CcllS LOANS on Diamonds and Watches $10.00 ONE MONTH 35c. All security kept in burg-lar proof vaults. Cail on LAKE CO. LOAN CO. 23 R1MBACH BLOCK Hammond, Ini. Phono 213. 0 I