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Tuesday. September IS, 1017
BRITISH BEAUTY
DOING WAR WORK
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Mfaw Muriel Perry.
Mias Muriel Perry is the capable
quartermaster of the Sailors' and
Soldierrs' Free Buffet at Victoria
Station, London, where 200,000 men
a month are fed at a cost of a penny
a bead. Miss Perry ha been operat
ing the buffet ever since the war
began; first in a small way for Bel
gian refugees, and latex on to feed
soldiers from the front and travel -isg
from one camp to another. This
buffet costs about $5,000 a month,
and is strictly supported by volun
tary subscriptions.
70.000 FRENCH
WOUSERIG
WITH RED GROSS
(Br Trait ed Press Cablegram.)
WITH THE FRENCH ARMIES IX
THE FIELD. Sept. 18. Seventy thou
sand French women are now serving In
Red Cross ambulance hospitals with
By rtuoa of thorough distribution
trlth the drag trade la the United
States and lower selling costs, re
duced prices are now possible for
Eckman's
Alterative
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS
Stubborn Coughs and Colds
S'o Alcohol, Narcotic or Hablt-Forru-ing
Dru.
$2 Size 51 Size
Jow $1.50 Now 80 Cts.
F-ckman Laboratory. Philadelphia.
French armies. Ten thousand addi
tional women of various foreign na
tionalities are aiding them.
In recognition of the devotion of
these women France lias just created a
series of medals in sold, stiver and
bronze which will indicate service from
one to three, jeats. Scores of nurses
and hn.pi'Hl workers have received the
highest military decoration. Their
deeds of heroism have equaled those
of the men.
Six thousand French nurses, it was
estimated today, constantly serve In
the firing: zone where they are subject
to constant risk of death from shells.
)Arram V "V,
iS&aiiHPJSEasr"
Stove Pclis'a
YOU
Should Use
TTS different
others because
and the materials used are of
Black Silk
Stove Polish
Makes a bri'.Hant. sl'Jcy polish that doe
not mi off or dust ofi. andtheahinelasts
tonr times as loear as ordinary stove
polish. Used on sample stoves and sold
by hardware and grocery Cealers.
II we ult is trial. L'm it on your cook vtova,
yrmr parlor s?ove rtr your pas rnsr. If you
eor.'t find it tr. bot tov poM.h ymi ever
oned, yoor Healer in utiioris'! to refund your
M.dala uquid or putt-out Quality.
Black Silk Stove Polish Worts
Sterling. Illinois
V" Black Silk Alr-Dryinc Iron tnamol en
"' SHack Silk Motal PoJi.li forsUver, rfki
laroras it dm no equal ior dmoo automobiles
A I J IS Jl'fll
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BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS.
Do soldiers really need books? Tea.
I don't know how we should live
without jour circulating libraries."
writes one wounded soldier to the
"British Library association. Hugh
Britling's letter to his father also an
swers this question in the affirmative,
as do hundreds of other instances of
this kind that might be given.
Will the soldiers have time for
reading in the training camps? Yes,
Indeed.
The soldiers in these camps are only
required to work six hours a day.
This leaves ten idie hours with leave
granted to only small nu-nrbers at a
time. It will be our fault if the right
provision is not made for these idle
hours.
True, the men at the Officers' Train
ing' tamps work and study all day
Ions. We hove all heard how the
officers at Fort Benjamin Harrison
work sixteen hours a day yet it Is a
fact that the three thousand volumes
now in their library are circulated
once .every ten days. This is a far
better circulation than most libraries
can boast.
The Red Cross society serves chiefly
the sick and wounded, which is less
than ten per cent of the enlisted nien
of any country in the present war.
The Y. M- C. A. Knights of Colurribus.
Y. M. H. A., and other organizations of
this kind have failed to provide ade
quate reading for the men. so the I". S.
War Department has left this Job to
the libraries and library workers of
the country.
This is why the week of September
14-31 will be Camn Library week all
over the Vnited States and eveiy one
wil be asked to Rive a dollar or more
t. help provide the necessary books
for libraries at the training- camps, on
board ship. In hospitals, and even for
the mien in the trenches.
SWEDISH ENVOY
HOPES FOR BEST
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On Sale
SEE WHAT
YOU SAVE'
Drug Dept.
Beauty
edraa1
lursaay
Week
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, Friday
Mennen's Tal
cum Powder,
special HV-o
can, 2 for
25t?
( Limit 2 i
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Oc Java Rice Grave's Tooth
Face Powder, Powder, Doc
all tints, pe- box, spocia!
rial at--- at
330 15f
Hammond's Greatest
Dept Store
Mulslfled Co
coanut Oil, ",0c
bottle, specipj
at
37
Olivilo Toilet
Soap, per cakef
special at
(limit 4)
Swedish Minister Elcengrin at
Washington has found himself placed
in a position of preat embarrass
ment by his country's treacherous
disregard of her neutrality. Mr.
Ekensrrin hopes to be able to extri
cate both his government and him
self without endangering the "en
tente cordiak" of the two nations.
25c Peroxide of 30c Kolynos Tooth 35c Orchard White, Djer Kiss Face White Rose Per
Hydrogen, ltr ounce Paste. Special for for whitening the Powder, all tints, fume, regular 50c
bottle 17 this sale 123C skin. Special, .26 75c value, at. .SO grade, per oz. .29c
WAR CRANKS IN
WASHINGTON
(By Tnitea Press.)
WASHINGTON-. Sept. 13.-Th real
President of the United States arrived
in Washington the other day. He ad
mitted It. "I-come." he announced, as
he stepped off the train from Keokuk,
to take possession of the White House.
Wilson was elected by fraud. I will
drive out the usurper." "Welcome."
said a cordial Secret Service man. ' Per
mit mi to escort you to the White
House.
Whereupon the self-styled President
was whirled to police headquarters.
Eventually he held forth in pomp at
the Psychopathic Ward of the Wash
ington Asylum Hospital. In the last
few months this Institution has wel
comed a few other Presidents. the
Queen of Canada (who had come to ask
Secretary McAdoo for $500,000 for coro
nation expenses). The Most August
Oracle of the People (including Mexi
co), numerous crack-brained inventors,
miscellaneous "Chums" of the President
(who just wanted to chat with him),
and sundry other members of the batty
battalion.
One chap educated and ostensibly in
telligent came all the way from Cali
fornia to arrest the President. He ran
the Secret Service gauntlet at the
Union Station and calmly walked up to
the White House before guards nabbed
him. Another sage came from New
York with a weird tale of the shooting
of 400 German spies on the Brooklyn
bridge every day. He wanted President
Wilson to have the same system start
ed in Washington.
A woman working in a government
bureau had a revolutionary invention
that she wanted to bhow to Mrs. Wil
son. And on the psychopatic ward rec
ords there is a robust group of rabid
pro-Germans. drien wild by propa
ganda and worry.
There is pathos in many of those
cases. The latest addition is a devout
little Western farmer vho was haunted
by visions calling upon him to end the
war at oncj. The man soid all his
property and made the trip all the way
to Washington. The moment he step
ped off the train he asked to see Presi
dent Wilson.
"Come rijrht in here." said a detective,
motioning to an automobile, "and I will
take ou to the president's uptown of
fice." Tho farmer entered and was
whisked to th- psychopathic ward.
Eagle-eyed plain-cluthcs men, stem
the tide of cranks at the Union Station.
Only the cleverest crank can get near
the White House. And it takes a fane
mrr to get inside.
25c Peroxide Vanishing Cream . 7c 50c Dora Face Powder
33c
CHICAGO GUNNER
IN PRISON CAMP
(By United. Press.)
WASHINGTON. Sept. IS. William
A. Miller. Chicago, member of the gun
crew of the Campana. sunk by a subma
rine Aug. 11, has been located in a Ger
man prison camp at B-andensburg. H
was officially announced today.
Four other members of the gun crew
had been previously located In German
camps. Miller's mother is Elizabeth
Grebeck who lives at 8845 Burley ave
nue. South Chicago.
Tlf'
Colgate's Tooth Paste. 2."c
tube, special at 1QC
Odorno "rr xcessive perspir
ation, 2Tic bottle at X9C
.Physicians' and Surgeons'
Soap, 1 Oct cake, special...
5Cc Jartiin de Rose Face
Powder, special at 39(
Compart Rouge, 20c value,
special at llfo7
Mme. Isaoelle's Face Powder,
SCc box it 33c
Colgate's Tooth Powder,
25c box at 19
Sanltol Tooth Paste, 23c
box Rf -19c
Hinds' Honey and Almond
Cream, 50o bottle. ...J)
Lazell's Massatta Talcum,
20c value, at 14
Hermo Almond Cream,
P" 50
Dagget and Ramsdell'a
Ccld Cream, 60c jar spe-
ial at- 35c
IPelbec
Derma Viva Powder, liq
uid or dry form, all tints,
50c value at -29
Marinello or Burnham's
Face Powder, all tints, per
b0 50
Tooth Brushes, large as
sortment, 25c values at,
each 19
Clothes Brushes, 3Sc value
special at 23C
Hair Brushes, 50c values,
33C
Powder Puffs, velvet and
chamois combination, 25c
valu 17
Wool Powder Puffs, the
washable kind, 15c vt'ue,
at
25c Woodbury's Powaer,
21 r
Cutex Cuticle Remover,
25c box special at 19j'
Freeman's Face Powder,
25c box at 21C
Camphor Ice, lCc box spe
cial at
V
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FREE A picture 15x20: "A
Skin You Love to Touch."
with a bar of Woodbury's
Soap, at "18C
50c Mulsifled Cpcoanut Oil,
special at 37
50c Jap Rose Face Powder,
all tints, special this sale
at - 35c
Lov Ma Face Powder or Toil
et Water, per plig 75C
50c Hays' Hair Health ff r re
storing gtay and faded hair.
Special at..
33o
1.00 tiuxsted Iron
Wednesday only
limit two.
65c 5 gr. Aspirin Tableis, dozen . . . f4c
Milk Magnesia,
50c bottle, special
at 31C
Sloan's Liniment,
bottle, special
18
25.
at
Caldwell's Syrup of
Pepsin, 1.00 bottle,
at 69
H y ' n e Supposi
tories, $1.00 box,
at 69
California Syrup of
Figs, 50c bottle,
at 37
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following secured marriage li
censes at Crown Point yesterday:
Thomas Grocu. Indiana Harbor; Mary
Belmusti tor, Chicago.
Thomas Hines. Fast Chicago; Emily
Mary Taylor. Manistee. Mich,
Hot Water Bottle, 2-quart, red or
chocolate rubber, 51.40 value Q3C
Whirling Spray Syringe, red or
white rubber, $2.fto valup, special
t S1.59
Sterilized Gauze, 5 yard package,
50c value, at 39C
Absorbent Cotton for hospital and
home use, 50c value, this sale per
'i 36c
Fountain Syringe, 2 jt., red rubber
with attachments, $1 value... (59
Syringe Tubing, regular syringe
length, ready to use, special per
gth 23C
Combination Water Bottle and
Fountain Syringe, $2.25 value, this
sale at S1.79
Lysol, for antiseptic use nothing
better, 10c oz., special 3 oz X9C
Jos. Czula, Stephen -orkowski. East
Chicago.
George Herra, Mary Nizink. Indiana
Harbor.
Kenneth Minsnn. Kutherine I. Sher
wood. Gary.
John Kaleski, Annie Goverman. Whit
ing. Frank Fleishman, Loutse Altenberger,
Hammond.
Wiseinty Wisniewskl, Stella Zablocka,
Gary.
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And Cleanly And Carefully Wrapped
In Wax Paper, Inserted lln Neat Tin
Boxes And Sold The World Over
At IO Cents
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THE TIMES Doesn't
Need to Blow it's Horn
LET US BLOW YOURS
The people the Calumet Re
gion KNOW th&t THE TIMES
NEWSPAPERS are the most
read, newsiest, widest circulated
and progressive newspapers in
this part of the state.
JOB WORK
Estimates Furnished on Letter Heads,
Cards, Envelopes, Books
and Booklets
Commercial Printing
THE GARY EVENING- TIMES.
THE EAST CHICAGO TIMES.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES (four o'clock
rural mail edition).
THE, LAKE COUNTY TIMES (Evening
edition).
THE TIMES (sporting edition).
A Want Ad in one is a Want Ad in all of them,
and your real money's worth, :: ::' , ::
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