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October 6, 1917.
THE TIMES t UMPIRES PICKED FOR THE BIG GAMES HAVE BEEN" THERE BEFORE SOCIAL NEWS WHY shouldn't Gary people have a small bathing beach on their lake front? 11 ' 1111 111 11 1 mmn umim X f -rir.. ,. ... , EMff ClPWGfl SHBflPHEL BAKER'S COCOA I COiUNO EVENTS. The art committee of the Hammond Woman's Club will hold its first meet Ins Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. J. Anderson. 625 Ann street. On Monday the eveninR hour commit tee, of the Hammond Woman's Club will be entertained by Mrs. Grace Coriroy at her home, Ogden street. Miss Norma Locklin will talk on "Furniture and Its Makers." Mrs. William Wolters. 11SS Harrison street, will open her home Monday even ing for the m-ietmy of the Ninth Ward Women's Smalley Club. All interested in the meeting are welcome. Mrs. Bertha Hermes, 650 South Hoh man street, was hostess to the St. Agn's Guild of St. Feul's Episcopal church last evening. On account of ecpeptins position in Washington. D. C Miss Grace KingwlU tendered her resigna tion as secretary and Miss Anna. Rich ards was elected to fill the vacancy. Tins president in her address expressed the keen regret felt by the guild in losins so faithful and valuable a member as Miss KingwlU. A sale of home made jellies, pickles and conserves netted a nice sum for the guild. After the serv ing of delicious refreshments the meet ing was adjourned until ovember 2nd when Mrs. Clyde Nlswander of Ann street will be hostess. Twenty-eight members of the North Side Ladies' Club attended the monthly club meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Sarah Kipiey in Sheffield venue. Mrs. Cloyd Smith was the as sisting hostess. The members did Red Cross sewing during the afternoon and accomplished a great deal cf work. Dainty refreshments were served the guests. Mrs. Frank Grove and Mrs. George Ripley were entertained with the club members. Judge V. S. Reiter spike on "Civic Problems' before the members of the civic department of the Hammond Wom an's Club at their first meeting for the year yesterday afternoon at the home or Mrs. W. C. Belman in Glendate Park. A tea followed the program for the aft ernoon. In spite of .the inclement weather sixteen members of the depart ment were in attendance at the meetin,?. Mrs. W. E. Reilly. 40 Warren street, will be the next hostess on October 19th. In spite of the unpromising weather, last evening, a merry party of young people gathered at the new renovated guild room of the Episcopal church for the first of the series of social affairs to be given during the winter for the young people of the parish under the auspices of the Junior Auxilliary. A Victrola. very kindly lent by the Straube Music Co.. furnished music for dancing which was heartily enjoyed by all. All the youes people of the parish are eordially invited and it is hoped that the next party will find even a larger num ber present. The weekly meeting of the King's Daughters took place yesterday after noon at th. home of Mrs. Harry Hat field in Erie street. On account of the parcel post sale to be held next Thurs day evening in the rrlors of the First Christian church it was decided to omit next Friday's meeting. Final arrange ments were made yesterday for the sale. The members brought their needle work and during the afternoon the host ess served a dainty collation. The marriage of Miss Marie Carter, daughter of Mrs. F. S. Carter of South Hohman street to Dr. Maurice Ridings, will take place this evening at six o'clock. The ceremony will be solemniz ed by the Rev. Father Edward F. Bar rett at All Saints rectory. The Rev. Paul Benedict will hold hl3 first service at the Monroe Street Methodist church Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock. The weekly meeting of the King's Daughters tooli place yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Harry Hat field In Erie street. On account of the parcel post sale to be held next Thurs day evening in the parlors of the First Christian church it was decided to omit next Friday's meeting. Final arrange ments were made yesterday for the sale. The members brought their needle work and during the afternoon the hostess served a dainty collation. Mrs. A. D. Stewart of Conkey avenue was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the First Methodist church. A short program was given after the business meeting following which the members were served with re A eshments. Mrs. J. "W. Brltton opened her home Thursday afternoon for the meeting of the South Side W. C. T. TJ. Their next meeting will be held with Mrs. J. C. Milliken. 1146 Monroe street. In two weeks on Thursday when the appoint ments of the superintendent-? of the various departments wt'.l be named by the president. The Wah "VTah Taysee Omp Fire Girls were entertained very delightfully last evening by the Ta "Va PI Camp Fire Girls at the home of Mrs. Carrie F. Herndon In Oak street. The young peo ple devoted the time following the busi ness meeting to their needle work. Mrs. Frank "Waller and Mrs. Ray Ab bott delegates from Hammond Temple No. 73 Pythinn Sisters to the Grand Temple at Indianapolis have returned. Hammond was honored by having ore of the members of its temple. Miv. Ray NOTICE. A report is being circulated around the country that American soldiers are being required to pay for knitted gar ments eupplied them by the Tied Cross. Any person having any definit" inform, atlon of such a transaction will confer a great favor upon the local chapter if they will notify the secretary at th Red Cross rooms, in the Hammond building, telephone 2743. Such Action is utteny opposed to the policy and in tention of the Aineriran Red Cross and the authorities would be Rlad of any information which will help them to trace back "any such action in the name of th3 F.ed Cross. CARD OF THA? CASS OP TTTA?rg3. Gev tVolf desires to thanii the fam ilies for their kin1ne.s and sympathy during the last illnes of his beloved wife who was laid to rest yesterday in the vault at Oak Hill cemetery follow ing en illness of but a few days. The Cudahy Pkg. Co., Mr. and Sire. Karl Janssen, Mr. and Mrs. Hellerman, Mr. and Mrs. John Sever, J. W. Dunsing, J. R. Graham. P.ev. Brauer. pastor Ger. Lutheran church, and others. 1 n JKSI a Abbott, appointed district deputy. This district comprises Lake, Porter. La porto. St. .loiserh. Ptrk. Marshall and Kosiusko counties and represents twenty-three temples. At the meeting last evening of Ham mond Chapter No. 110 Women of Moose heart Legion it whs planned to resume the afternoon curd parties beginning next Friday. Arrangements were also made for the next regular lodge session in two weks when there will be nomina tion of officers. The True Kindred Lodge held Its regu lar business session last evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. J. D. Arnold of Wcdl av-enue who submitted to an operation on Thursday at the. Mercy hospital in Chicago still remains in a critical condition but is reported to be doing as well as could be expected. Walter Jordan, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jordnn of Detroit street and Will Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hill of Hohman street arrived in Ham mond yesterday afternoon to visit until next Saturday with their relatives and frier!. Mr. Jordan came from the Armory in Boston and Mr. Hill from Fort Hanks. Mass., where they are sta tioned. ' Both young men enlisted last spring. HERE IS TIMELY ADVICE i TIMES BUREAU AT STATE CAPITAL INDIAN APOMS. IND.. Oct. 5. This is the tune of year when it pays to be careful about fires, and 11. H. Friedley, state fire marshal has issue"! a "little bulletin full of information as to what every person should do and should not do. I'nder the heading of "Things to Do to Prevent Fires" the bulletin says: Keep waste paper, packing material and rubbish cleaned up and remove f;om buildings at least daily. Make frequent personal Inspections from a fire standpoint. Instruct and drill employes on what to do in case of fire. Be careful about the use of matches. Put up "No Smoking" signs, especial ly in hazardous sections. Locate your neareet fire alarm box and learn iiow to turn In an alarm. See that your electric wiring is stand ard and be careful In' the use of elec trical appliances. Have all smoke pipes and chimneys inspected and repaired by a competent person before starting fires for the winter. K6ep gasoline in safety cans and In a safe place. Keep water barrels and pails filled and extinguishers charged. Use only safe floor oils and sweeping compounds. Feel your personal lesponsibility for possible loss of life and property by fire and act accordingly. Under the heading of "Things Not to Do to Frevent Fires," is the following: Don't put ashes in other than metal receptacles, and don't dump them where they will come in contact with combust ible materials. Don't hang electric light cords on hails. Don't use wooden lockers. Don't permit oily rags to lie around. Don't let the fact that you are Insur ed make you careless. Don't use an open light when looking for escaping gas or In the presence of inflammable liquid3. Don't use sawdust In spittoons or to absorb oils. Don't throw away lighted matches, cigars or cigarettes. Don't use in3ectcides or llqulr pol ishes in the vicinity of open flame lights. Maybe such compounds contain volatile lnflamablo oils. Don't use gasoline or benzine to cleanse clothing near an open flame, light or fire. Don't m.-ike bonfires of rubbish where the wind can scatter It. Burn It in a container. INDEPENDENT PARTY CAUSING MUCH WORRY Hodges Campaign Manager Frantic--Workmen Ee fuse to Be Moved. The success attending the independent party at Gary, which renominated Mayor Johnson, who was elected on an inde pent ticket four years ago, is causing alarm at the Hodges' headquarters. Hodges" managers are endeavoring to stem the rush to the independent ban ner, but without success. Work On Candidates. All forms of methods are said to be ing used on committeemen an! candi dates of the party with a view of get ting them to lay down. However, out side of a few of these things they are making but little impression. Seports to TT. S. Rumors have come to independent party headquarters as to the methods that will be employed to line up work men and as" to whom will be designated to do the lining up. For one thing any lining up will net only invite the at tention to the "liners." but to their superiors, as attorneys have been re tained and investigators are now at work. It is proposed to file a report with Frank C. Dailey. special United State attorney for elections. Mr. Dailey caused some indictments to be returned in Gary and Lake county, but there are those who -have pointed out that the "big ones" are "yet to be had. Should any overt acts be attempted in the way of lining up workmen, many of whom would think that their jobs would de pend on obeying hints, it is proposed to make a report this month and Invite Mr. Dailay's attention to the observation of the Gary system as it operates. Not that the government possibly has any jurisdiction over the city election, but If ther-s is any "raw" work the process will give it a line in its reported pro- posal to go thoroughly into the Gary pe- ALL street's political agents are so badly In need of newspapers that they have conscripted the Post to -work with the Tribune, leaving Mayoralty Candidate Curtis without an organ. THE annual saving In fire Insurance premiums to the people of Gary, due to rates being halved on account of an efacient fire department, equals th tetal amount paid In taxes. GARY Is the finest little city in Indiana. Put it is a hell-hole of vice and iniquity as far as the political "committee of fifteen" is concerned. How would you like to be defaming your own town by serving on a political "re form" committee? AS a reward for good service already been appointed to the rank OXB of the notable things about the city government of Gary is the bu reau of street repairs. It has the most modern machinery available. YES, Mayor Johnson has horns. He is a deep-dyed villain. He spends most of his time with scoundrels, plotting to ruin the city. Gary is a hell hole of vice. It Is even necesr-ary for virtuous constables to keep their eys on the keyholes. The south side ia a place of iniquity. Every other house in Gary is a resort. If anyone is supporting Mayor Johnson he or she is in decent or wholly depraved. Some of the cood people are the pure souls on the "committee of fifteen." The Gary schools are inefficient, so is'the police department, the fire departments. Wall etreet agents are the fountain head of all goodness fand contracts). The switchmen bungled their "strike" that is, all these things are true, according to the Post and Tribune. GARY will be a greater Gary if too harbor is only opened to the Grand Calumet river. Then excursion boats, fruit boats and ships from all lake ports can then come here. MAYORALTY Candidate Hodges is quoted as calling the independent party meeting a "rump convention." It Mr. Hodges knew anything of Eng lish history he would realize that he honored the independents, in the year 1S4S the autocracy of England referred to protesting members of the house oi commons as a "rump parliament," but autocracy was soon doomed by this "rump parliament," which tried and condemned King Charles to death. The "rump convention," an uprising of the people, are about to doom the political ttuiociiicy ci van streets agents m BEFORE we forget it, don't fail to take the lead In the Liberty Loan IF the workmen of Gary do not trial and political serfdom, if they do not want to continue to be held up for outrageous rates for gas, water and electricity by Wall street, then let them support the independent party. MAYOR Mitchel of New York lo3t primaries for renom'nation. but the clined to endorse Bennett, who won from him; but it is going to endohse Mitchel, who has come out as an independent candidate and who, by the way, is Gary's friend. It was in 1914 that Mayor Mitchel came here to meet Mayor Johnson and Superintendent Wirt to plan the Introduction of the Gary school plan in New York. Like the New York republicans hundreds of Gary repub licans are Dactt or Mayor jonnson, intiuaing a large snare or the republican committeemen. IF any workmen in Gary find that those in employment ornces to vote ror a certain candidate, without doubt a certain gentleman would like to get a further line on the activities of the Gary system. The name of that gentleman is Frank Dailey and his address is care the United States district attorney's office at Indianapolis. Mr. Dailey 13 said to be eager to get more information on past doings in Gary and it is said that he is not through with the work here by atiy means. litlcal system. Including the year 1914, the year certain people established fake and unneeded soup, houses in Gary ostensibly to warn workmen of the folly of having elected Woodrow Wilson as president. It was the 114 election prac tices that brought so many Indictments at Indianapolis. Gathering Evidence. As far as possible it is proposed to gather all matter available concerning those approaching independent party candidates and committeemen trying to induce them by various means to quit the ticket. The relations of these agents with those who sent them will also be outlined for the intended report as will the system of giving numbered voting slips to workmen on the day of city pri mary election. "STEW" BATTLES WITH FLIVVER A drunken man whose name could not be learned attempted to see what damage he could do to a Ford at 19th and Broadway. Gary, yesterday after noon, when he stumbled out into the street and posed himself in front of the oncoming machine. All that hap pened was that he was thrown to the pavement and when he picked himself up and walked away he apparently was not injured. The driver of the Jitney gave his name as Louis Zendel, 763 Virginia street. APPOINTED RECEIVER. TTnited States Commissioner Charles Surprise has been appointed receiver for the Sam Sprlngbtrg grocery, 119 East 7th avenue, Gary, in a bankrupt cy petition filed by his creditors. Mr. Surprise was appointed by Harry C. Sheridan of Frankfort. Ind district referee in bankruptcy. TO LUTE TOO CLASSIFY rnu SilT OririnallV 168.00 Detroit Jewell basebumer; Al condition, fori $30 00 Call 329 Oak st. Hammond, ma. 10-6-3 CITY OF HAMMOND. INDIANA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. RESOLUTION NUMBER 640. NO TICE OF STATE STREET MAIN SEWER. PRIMARY ASSESSMENT ROLL MEET ING. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that the As sessment Roll in the .matter of the im provement cf State Street Main Sewer from the outer line of Calumet Avenue to the East line of Oakley Avenue. By constructing there! n a f-1 "chof1ots 1, 2 and 3, block 1. Original Town ewer from center of of Hammond Tak8 CJU Inlana. "ntr. Z Ear room 18 40xlS ft- front, side and two-ring brick se Calumet Avenue to . i. w i ...V.nT.. lvtl r.trh. . oiifpt wnii uHis basins and one hundred and five house ( connections thirty feet In lengtn. uon- i structing a forty-two incn two-ring brick sewer from center of Sohl Street to Hast line of Oakley Avenue with six manholes, eight catchbaslns and sev enty house connections thirty feet in length in the City of Hammond. County of Lake and State of Indiana, has been prepared by order of the Board of Pub-, lie Works of said City, and that the same is now on file in the office of said Board for public examination and inspection, and that the said assess ment roll contains the names of all property owners affected thereby and the respective amounts assessed against each lot or tract of land for said im provement, and that by resolution said Board has fixed the 9 th day of Novem ber. 1917, at ten o'clock A. M.. In the office of the Board of Public Works in the City Hall of said City as the time and place for hearing remonstrances and objections from all persons af fected thereby as to the special bene fits derived therefrom and assessed against said respective lot on said as sessment roll, and that said board will after said bearing and examination. confirm or modify each respective aa- the editor of the silk stocking Post has of captain. uary. to remember that Gary will again have bond sales. want to be reduced to a state of indus by a slight margin In the republican New York republican committee de they are being pushed by officials or r-cBsmeni as made, provided that It finds that said property affected thereby ia Denennea in said respective amounts. JACOB SCHROETER. BARNEY A. CARTER. DANIEL, V. EN'RIGHT. Oct 6-13 1917 SEWER NOTICE. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, CITY OF HAMMOND, INDIANA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. You are hereby notified that the Board of Public Works of said City will receive bids up to October 22nd. 1917, at ten o'clock A. M.. for the construc tion of a fifteen inch double strength vitrified socket pipo sewer. 3 manholes, 4 catchbaains, 40 six-inch house con nections 30 feet in length on Ames Ave nue, from Tapper Avenue to Rhode Ave nue, as authorized by Improvement Resolution Number 658 as specified In the plans, profiles and details now on file. All bids shall be accompanied by a certified check for not less than two and one-half per cent of the estimated cost of said improvement. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. JACOB SCHROETER. BARNEY A. CARTER. DANIEL V. ENRIGHT. Oct 6-18 NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENilE. Notice it hereby given to the elt liens of Hammond. North Township, Lake County. Indiana, that tfc under signed Arnold Haese, la a- male in habitant and resident of said City. Township, County and Stat, and over the age of twenty-one years; that he has resided in the State of Indiana for more than one year and In the City of Hammond. North Township, Lake County, Indiana, for more than six fi) months prior to the date of this notice, and is a naturalised citizen of the United States and of good imoral char acter; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, at Crown Point. Indiana at its November, 1917, session, for the renewal of a license to sell at retail, splritous, vinous and mlt liquors in les quan tifies than five gallons at a time and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, said license here tofore granted by the Board of Commis sioners on the Sth day of November. 1916, and Issued by Edward Simon, Aud itor of said County, for the period of one year from said date, and the precise location where said lntoxlcattng liquors are to be sold by the provisions of the license to be renewed is as follows: No. 43 South Hohman street, ground floor cf a three-story brick building. Known as the Central block, being the building nearest the alley.. Situated on back entrances upBtairs There are l'A-irg rooms ARNOLD HASSE Qft 6.13.20 NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Notice is hereby given to the clt laens of Hammond. North Township. Lake County, Indiana, that the under signed, Charles G. Dubois, is a male in habitant and resident of said City lownshlp. County and State, and over the age of twenty-one years; that he ha resided in the State of Indiana for more than one year and In the City of Hammond. North Township, Lake County, Indiana, for more than six (6) months prior to the date of this notice, and is a naturalized citizen of the United States and of good anoral char acter; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, at Crown Point. Indiana at its November, 1917, session, for the renewal of a license to sell at retail, splritous, vinous and malt liquors in less quan tities than Ave gallons at a time and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, said license here tofore granted by the Board of Commis sioners on the 6th day of November, 11I, end Issued by Edward Simon. Aud- -1 r' 3 rM "' - : . f V f Left to right, above: O'Loughlin, Klem and Evans. Below: Rigler. f Evans and O'Loughlin of the American league and Klem and Rigler oi' the National league, the umpire? picked to work in the world's series vcaxnea. officiated at the big contests in 1912 and 1915. Itor of said County, for the period of one year from said date, and the precise location where said intoxicating liquors are to be sold by the provisions of the license to be renewed is as follows: The two-story brick building situat ed on lot 11, block 2. Townsend & God frey's addition to the City of Ham mond, Lake County, Indiana, and other wise known as 146 East State street. Said room is triangular in shape and the Inside dimensions are as follows: 36 feet 2 inches on State, the east side being 29 feet 8 inches, and the north west and the southeast line being 37 feet 3 inches and the west line being 6 feet 5 inches long. Said room has two front entrances and rear. Has glass front and all of the inside of said room can be seen from said State street, a public highway In said City of Ham mond. There is one door on the east corner leading to living room on second floor. . CHARLES G. DUBOIS. Oct 6-13-20 NOTICE. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF LAKE. SS: IN THE LAKE SUPER IOR COURT, SEPTEMBER TERM. 1917. ANTON H. TAPPER VS. HAMMOND ASPHALT PRODUCTS COMPANY. ET AL. NO. 16239 R. 2. IN THE MATTER OF RECEIVER SHIP OF THE nAMMOND ASPHALT PRODUCTS COMPANY. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All creditors of the above named de fendant, Hammond JAsphalt Products Company, a corporation, of Hammond, Indiana, are hereby notified to file their verified claims with either the Clark of the Lake Superior Court, Hammond. In diana, or with the undersigned Receiv er, on or before the 10th day of No vember, 1917, and unless such claims are so filed within said time, the same will be barred. H. M. JOHNSON. Receiver, Hammond Asphalt Products Company. Citizens Ger. Xat'l Bank. Hammond. Ind. 10-6-13-20 NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Not'ce is hereby given to the cit izens of Hammond. North township, Lake County, Indiana, that the under signed Steve Vargo, is a male in habitant and resident of said City. Township. County and State, and over the age of twenty-one years: that he has resided in the State of Indiana for more than one year and in the City of Hammond. North Township. laKe County, Indiana, for more than six (6) months prior to the date of this notice, and is a naturalized citizen of the United States and of good imoral char acter; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners , of Lake County, at Crown Point. Indiana at its November. 1917, session, for tne renews. of a license to sell at retau. epiriious. vinous end malt liquors in less quan tities than five gallons ai a time ans permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, said license here tofore granted by the Board or commis sioners on the 6th day of November, 1916, and issued by Edward Simon. Aud itor of said County, for the period or one year from said date, and the precise location where said intoxicating liquors are to be sold by the provisions cf the license to be renewed is as follows: Lot 14, in block 2, in the Morris ad dition to the City of Hammond, Lake ounty, Indiar.a, in the front room on the ground floor cf the one-story frame building, room 23 feet wide by 42 feet long, bar on west side of room; has glass front, front and side entrances and all of said room may be seen from Morton avenue. Said room faces south on Morton avenue, in said City, and therein, being a public highway in said City, and said store room and building known as 675 Morton avenue, in said City of Hammond, Lake County. Indi ana. Living room in rear of said build ing. STEVE VARGO. Oct 6-13-20 (HANTS AND SOX CLASH FOR TITLE (Continued from r?e one.) taken the national game. For the first time In history American baseball scores will appear on bulletin boards In camps and villages of France. United Press dispatches, giving the results of the big games, will be carried by cable and army telegraph and telephone lines to every Sammy waiting for his call to go over the top. Despite the crowd attracted by the games, and in spite of the interest rous ed by this first clash between the na tion's" two greatest cities, betting was practically absent. The teams, the feel ing is. are too evenly matched to allow any great speculation. Uncertainty, too. has bevn caused by the silence the rival managers have maintained regarding the probably opening day pitchers. It has been felt in Chicago that Clar- ence Rowland would td out his brll- liant right-hander, Eddie Cicotte, for the opening contest, but it also is con sidered very probable that Red Faber will get the assignment, with rrf ny picking Red Russell. Rowland's own statemnt was that he would like to save Cicotte In reserve, holding him as a sort of buldgeon over the heed of his eastern rivals. Hence, if Faber shows control and the proper amount of his great ability in curves today he may start. The same thing holds good for Russell. Rowland knows Cicotte Is ready to pitch and has confidence in him. There is no speculation regarding what he can do. McGraw's declaration that Slim Sallee would start for the Giants was not being considered seriously for the Giant man ager asserted Sallee would start if the weather was cool. He left himself a loophole through'which he could squeeze and folks here think he will do it. Poll Perritt, the only capable right-hander on the McGraw staff is selected by many to lead the Giant defenders today while Rube Benton was expected by some to get into action. It is pointed out that whereas the Sox have had trouble with the Ameri can league's high class risrht-hand box men, they have found ! raw stars easy to solve a great part of tne time. The first game toward a row of four means most to either manager. McGraw. most fans say, is realizing this, will pick Perritt as the most likely to stop the American leaguers. Chicago was entertaining the greatest sporting crowds in its history, but most of the outsiders were golns tieketless. Speculators in spite of confident prom ises were going without tickets, save a small allotment of box seats and these they were selling at $50, the same old price. No grandstand seats were avail able because of the person.il vigilance Charles A. Comiskey exercised. Indi viduals have been considered and they have been given the tickets. Specu lators have been unable to buy them. Chicago fans were willing to bet on Sw-JOJ ' rk"' r.Jin; Saturday PIANO Specials FISHER, WALNUT $75 A fine piactice piano. $4.00 per month. WELLINGTON, OAK $1S5.00 Saturday only. Eest value in city. Worth $T5 more. $5.00 per month. - iJ A4 f 3 . '.: ;J IL" !.. ip: Xoom 8. 148 State St., Hammond, Ind. Sample Furniture Co., Gary, Ind. vm An item in yesterday's Chicago papers read: "The Motor Truck Co.'s report just issued shows a 200 increase for the year, in volume and earnings." That Companv, but two rears ago. made less trucks than did the GARY MOTOR TRUCK CO. last year. This is your opportunity to buy in at the bottom of a well-managed company. The motor truck is in its infancy. Come in and gTow with it, in giant strides. A careful investment in a sound business where you can watch it and know those in charge, is recommended even by your banker. The sure 7 will help in these dav of H. C. of L. and I have arranged for comfortable terms of pay ment with only lQTc down. Buying 4 shares of Pre ferred, at $100 per share, lets you in on 1 share of Common at $110. The latter right now shows a worth of $140. Ask for the circular coming from the press today. C. O. HOLMES 1112 Broadway. . Gary, Ind. Phone 32. rT t " " is pure Purity in cocoa means carefully selected, scru pulously cleaned cocoa beans, scientifically blended, skilfully roasted, and with the excess of fat removed, reduced to an extremely fine powder by a strictly mechanical process, no chemkals beint used, the finished product containing no added mineral matter. ANP TT HA9 A DELICIOUS FLAVOR 1 IT ft Trade-mark on every genuine package Booklet of choice recipes tent free Made only by Iff $ WAITER BASES s CO. Ltd. DORCHESTER MASS. ' io. u . pat. orr. EiUiilUhcd 1753 their favorites, but they refused to .d mit it was more than en even money proposition. In fact, they demand odls, for the most part, pointing to the fact that the Giants triumphed as had been expected as one of the greatest Na tional league baseball clubs. Interest in the games was indicated by unusual early bidders for bleacher seats. One man from Los Angeles, Cab. was in lino all night. By his side stood a virulent fan from Sioux City, Iowa, and behind him stood a man from Charles City, Iowa, Their comrades were from Chicago. They talked it over as a drizzly damp, cold rain soaked them through the night, but when dawn broke today with promise of a warming sun they were still there. New York Burns, If; Herzog. 2&f Kauf, cf; Zimmerman, Sb; Fletcher, ss; Robertson, rf; Holke, lb; McCarty, cj Perritt, p. Chicago Leibold. rf; McMuIHn, 3b; E, Collins. 2b; Jackson. If; Felsch, cf; Gandil, lb; Weaver, ss; Schalk. c; Faber or Cicotte, p. Miss Helen has good news for you. 10-5-3t J. T. Stamm, Chiropodist. Phone Z533 for appointment. Evenings only. Suite 412 Hammond Bldg., Hammond, Ind. 9--ltno. Miss He!en Is coming to town. 10-5-3t For Burning Eczema Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied if good clear skin is wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or $1.00 for extra large size, get a bottle of zerco. When applied as directed it effectively removes eczema, auickly etop3 itching, and ! heaU skin troubles, also sores, burns. wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependbla and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you have ever used is as effective and satisfying. The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland, O. 7 n. X---.-- . I m mm ml 1:4 " in .