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Fridnv. October 19. 1917.
THE TIMES Paso Five EM? CAMPAIGN SHRAPHEL YES, we have bought our Liberty Bunds. You buy yours. IF Mr. Hodges, who insists that be has always been a republican and can't remember when he was a bull mooser nr.d a "moraber of another party, cow In the deuce is ha Roins to remember all those colored gentlemen ho promised Jobs to the other evening? GIDDAP! As far as Gary people aro concerned they can have war by either going to the trenches or staying at home and takinp part in a city elec tion. And they do sav the trench gas isn't as 'sad as that the candidates are spouting out. HAVING elected officers and headed by that live -wire banker. B. F. Cham ski, the Gary South Side Business Men's 'association tnay be depended to be beard from. "What G. ry needs is a commercial organization friendly to union later, smaller industries and one that will not play politics and engage in fako reforms. MAY OH Johnson plans a greater Gary for his next administration: a pub lic harbor, a lake front bathing beach, and lower g.rs, water and electric rates. TVHEN' you begin to think It over, Gary is one of the best cit!e3 in the country despite the holy knockers. Best schools "n America, forty churches, religious instruction classes for Trotettant, Catholic and Jewish pupils, paved streets, concreted alleys, motorized fire department, parks, playgrounds, school houses open eve;y day iu the year, courteous police, library with 100 branches and reading stations, boulevard system, sidewalk lights, sanitary drinldng fountains, garbage crematory, lino sewer system, city labcatory to test foods and milk, and medical inspectors In the schools yet political fako reformers say Gary is a hell hole of vice. MAYOR Johnson and Independent party speakers tonight will address r mass meeting at Turner hall, 14th avenue and Washington street. There will be no meeting Saturday night at Military hall, it having been postponed until next Tuesday night. There will be Saturday nlcht meetings at 10th ave nue and Marshall street and 17th avenue and Maryland street. Come out to hear your mayor." GARY' must not fall down on this Liberty Loan even if we have to de-c!a-e a three-day truce in tha election battle. If necessary conscript the mayoralty candidates and all the rest of 'm and make the whole crowd go out and sell Liberty Honds. I IN AND AROUND AT TXaEPLE 32TH XL. B. A. DASKAL, ' Miss Genevieve Norton of Gary. She Is SABS I. (Contributed.) Tpnp: Beth-F.'.. B. A. Da "Oca I. a sister cf Mrs. Key G. Farry. Rabbi. ! WEIK-E3D V13IT. Cento- Korn!y.-l of New York, w ho Mr. end Crs. R. Emley and daughter has opened the heatrs of many to j Ann Bowen will spend the week-end prayer by means of his wonderful voice, with Mrs. Emleys parents la LaForte. and who has won the admiration of all his audiences everywhere, will chant tiie services at Tcw;!e K-.thEI. Eighth B'.er.u and Connect I:id THEATEE PABTT. Mrs. T. B. Dougherty and Mrs. C. F. ut street, -;ary, ; F:an(j, .jjj attend a theatre party at on Friday evenius. Oct. I?, at 6:30. J -ph., riRy house In Chicago tomorrow. Saturday morning; ueginnm? at S:Sh Cantor Karniycl comes here from KS3. EOOEE 1EATES. i Chicago, where lie inspired his audienco Mrs. W. K. Bogr lift last nlsht for at the. Cons. Bnl Moshei. ! Xew Tork City to join her husband who! "he rabbi will preach at the services. ( has accepted a splendid position there. Jew 9 cf Gary and surrounding towns j Mrs. Boger v. ill be greatly missed in j are urged to he present. There will be j Gary for she has done much toward! no lecture this Friday cn account of i bavins Gary become recognized artls-, the services. The first English lecture tically. Beside composing music she' of the season will be delivered by th has written quite lovely verses, and la J rabbit. Friday evening, Oct. at S ; considered extremely talented by must-; o'clock on "Israel in America." j cians cf note. Mrs. Bogers large class At the last regular metln? of Thi ef students, who were all her devoted Sls-ters Beth-E!. final arrangements : admirers will feel her loss most deep-1 weie msde fcr the annua! Thanksgiving j ly. as will the Gary Musical Club, for which she worked untiringly. MISS WOOD TO ENTEBTAIN, Miss Prudence Wood will entertain gran' under the supervision of Rabbi at an informal dinner party wis evening: Paskal. Arrangements are now beinir in honor of her sister. Mrs. John O. completed. On Sur.d.-y, ball to be hell at the Commercial club, cf which Mrs. KoIIub is chairman. On Sunday, Dec. 9 (Ikaneca) Youns Ju'-ea will present a very elaborate pro- Oct. :3. Mr. Ehankin of Palestine, vi:i address the Jews of Gary at the Temrle. Final registration for classes cor.iuct ed by the rabbi will tak'- place Monday evening-, Oct. 2,2 at the Temple at 7 o'clock.. Class I is for rost confirm -ants; class II for young: Judear.s. and Sum!y school pup'is; class 'ill in for our;.j pi p!c. There are no admission Chrirres. i Fhelps of Oak Bark, v ho Is spending the week-end at the Wood home on Fierce street. XEDlEiTIOSf COriTCIX. JHEETIG. The Centra! Council of the Federation of G-iry church's held an an imp-jttsnt rr;?et!nK lart evening at tho V. M. C. A. st wi:u the following reports were. ret.d. Progress "In Boys' Work by R. G. Cwtrk. r.d stIh! service reports by, C. R. Kuss; publicity by V.'. II. Wil-' Hams; different phases of the various! branches cf work now being done was : d.'seuss-d and many suggestion were rntde and accepted. After the cor.clu-I sicn of thi meeting the Bible study j section met. with Mr. A. X. Hirons. pre-) sitlngr. Several business questions were ' taken up and disposed if. " ! WOMAN'S 4SIIIAET. I The Woman's Auxiliary of Temple Israel held its regular meeting yester day afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Morris. 1525 Adams street. It wan de cided tD hold a rummage- salo on Tues day an J Wednesday of nest week. The exact rlace hs nit y.t been decided b it eeral rot-ms ars hin c o:. ! 1 i -l. Mrs. WilMarn Ffjer, v is chairman of tl: c-.-mnvttee will be grateful if any ore with any old clothing thy wish to dispose of, win call her at phone 1S;4, so that an early co'lec'ion of anything ai.aj!ablc may be made. LITTLE AVCTIOH CLUB. Mrs. WllUr.m Fray will entertain tha Little Auctic-. Club at her home this fcfti'rnooR. Tho club, which lr, newly or ganized. Includes eizht members, who i 1 ! meet quito informally every other Friday at the members' homes. AT ACKIB EOUZ. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Acker are enter taining Mr. and Mrs. R. Mlltlmore and two children of Chicago over the week end. AT HIGHLANDS HOME. Mrs. Tucker Boaz of Kalamazoo. Mich., is spending several days with her aur.t, Mrs. H. H. Highland of Wash ington street. O. A. . MEETS, Judge Wei gel was the host at a very! unique and interesting party which was given last r.isht at the home of his son. : Fred C. Weigel. 311 West Sixth avenue.; The guests, ten in number, members of ' the G. A. R. and the evening's enter- j tainment was all in keeping with army j hie and repiete with memories and t stories of camp life. Mrs. Arthur B. j Oren. accompanied by Mrs. Weigel, sang a number cf war time songs. Including "Tentim? on the Old Camp Ground." j "John Brown's Body." and "God Ee j With Tou Till We Meet Again." The' veterans joined in the choruses with the ; greatest enthusiasm. Guests included j Messrs. Johns, Handler, Wilson. Reese. Khley, Motyneaux, Maxon, cook and Harrigon. LADIES GUILD. A most delightful meeting' of the Ladies Guild was held at the home of Mrs. Uinnifit White Thursday after noon, the business of the afternoon was I disposed of two v ery handsome sets of i sheets and pillow slips with lace inserts, j made end denated by Mrs. A. D. Schaef I fer. were drawn for. The lucky winners were drawn by Mrs. C. M. Greenlee and I M is M. Fothweil of Crown Folnt. The ; next meeting- will be held on Thursday j rext at the home of Mrs. Snnford oa Adams street. W. C. T. 0. LECTTJXE3. Fifteen ladies, members of the W. C. T IT braved th-i storm last night Rnd I went to the home cf Mrs. A. Lewis, 3916 'found, however, and is held pendins: Vdan-" street. P!srs were made for a f the arrival of the Chicago authorities. r.e illustrated tmDerar.ce lectures !'H Is thouaht to be a much-wanted PEF.SONAL MENTION. Mrs. 15. Keckenheimer of Fana, 111 , who has been visitins the p3t week wish her daughter, Mrs. M. Nusbaum. left for her" home today. Mr. and Mrs. J. tj. Koehn and daugh ter cf Filmi-re street and Mis Jtiiy Rogers will motor to Rattle Creek. Mich., tomorrow to spend a few days j with Miss Kvclyn Boehn. who is at- I-ottie Meyers, 19 years old, was tending the Model Fhyslcal Culture ' taken in custody by the Gary police GARY UNDER MAYOR JOHNSON Term: January, 1914, to Janu ary, 1918. City's population increased from 30,000 to 60,000. Legislature advances city from fourth to second class. Gary's workmen increase from 12,000 to 22,000. Park system extended to all parts of the city. Work 6tarted oa south side branch library. Two thousand workmen go to war; $100,000 given to Red Cross, $12,500 to Array Y. M. C. A.; million to first Liberty loan. Park system extended to all parts of the city. Movement for a lake front bathing beach in Gary started. Complete motorization of the fire department and its effi ciency reduces fire insurance premiums one-half, the saving being equal to the total taxes paid annually by the people of Gary. Last year's total Are loss, due to an efficient fire department, was only $26,000. First Indiana mayor to recog nize suffrage. Named a woman as commissioner of Gary park system. Mayor Johnson first chief executive of any American municipality to have a city treasury acquire Liberty Loan bonds. United States department cf justice's secret service compli ments Gary police for patriotic assistance rendered during the war. Reduces expenses of engi neering and health departments one-third, although steel trust compels city to pay 200 per cent more for water bills and 50 per cent more for light bills. Mayor has started fight to got people lower light and water rates. With a police force of prac tically the same size as four years ago the department is now policing a city twice as big. Tolleston and south side school-playground sites acquired to house buildings costing $330, 000 each. Efficient bureau of street re pairs established to save tax payers need of repaving. Gary school idea adopted in New York City, Troy, Passaic, Pittsburgh, Sewickley, partly in Pittsburgh, Pomona, San An tonio and Kansas City. Forced water extension to many outlying portions of the city. Efficient police department keeps order among people of 52 separate nationalities, working under tremendous difficulties in foreign quarter, especially at outbreak of gTeat war in Europe. Reduces cost of city govern ment, gets two wage increases fcr city employes, moves for civil jurisdiction for city court, and aids in getting Gary super ior court facilities. World-wide attention attract ed to development of religious teaching outside of school hours, Jews, Catholics and Protestants co-operating. Children whose parents desire it attend these classes at their respective churches. Believed to have solved the problem of bible study in the schools. iOt??Br. .7, Hf -'''''V- '.3 -r U 4 "i : fV --V .S L ?: tv '.' J fV r l 5 have been working in the campaign. Mis Mayrno C. Hnipes of the "'laln fleld Fublic Library, pi es-ident of the state arB'-ic'ation. in her address point ed cut that the leal value of the library is being shown now in the great war work. "Tho Influence of tha library now as an educational force among tho eoldiers and civilians of the country cannot be estimated at this time, hut the campaign for books for soldiers Is showing the great worth of tho library !n American life," she said. FINERTY COOK F0RJLHE LADIES Patrick C. Finerty, Democratic county chairman, this roon was the royal chef at K. of F. hall. Gary. The ladies of tho Curtis club, knowing Mr. FInerty's ability et fl?h cooking, commandeered him to bake three Btuffed fish f'r them. Mr. Finerty hai keen superintending tho famous Fri day neon fi?h dinners st the Maose rlub. GARY FIREMEN ARE KEPT BUSY As a renult of Gary residents beln? unfamiliar with the location of fire alarm boxes and how to manipulate them, nearly resulted In a disastrous fire early tills mornlnjr. At 4:30 this morning- Central depart ment learned of a fire in the east section of the residence dletrict, b':t as no r.ddress was piven the depart ment did not know Its exaet location. Aftr oome rtlay and after the com pany had l"ft the station tome one pulled the, box, stating that there was a fire in' the rear cf 612 Maryland strer t. I By the time the fre department had j located the b'nze It had gained con I !iderat!e headway. The fire was In 1 the arape of Georfce Shaw, con i tractor. Pamajje was done to a Bulck j ear and $;t0.00 cn the srara-re. A $30 j damage was done t an adjoining gtrapi of Joe Kllni-m. some damatre was also done to an auto belonpring; to Otto Fchwnchow, 417 Jefferson street. In removing the machine from the carafe Mr. Son-uchow was quite severely burned atoiit the hands and was taken to the Mercy hospital. During the storm yesterday after noon the department wan called to the home rf Ge-rse Malbowman, Cstf Madison street. It had been struck by lightning: and a damage of $Gr,1 was raised. Shortly after thy were called out aiaraln to extirar'nsh a chimney Pre at 3540 WashinKton street. A falae alarm turned In by some boye was re- SPECIAL SALE of Serge Presses T.9 Y II L V. - 5't r. f.f tir . f. IT Ml 1 S J it ru i: 1 ' E ! I 1,1 -T 1 v-vt ah rtwic hx Li V r Jr 13 A most interesting group of practical stvleaL, new and desirable in "black or blue serge, straight lines, pleated skirts, sat in collars add to the many other style fea tures of these -wonderful values. This special for Friday and Saturday only. eauf ifiiil New Self Blouses Our ceiled at o'clock last nleht. BOY HISSING. The Gary police have been i'luested to aid in the search cf j year-old Joseph MeGulre, (nn of Ijleut. McOuire of Company No. 1. Central fir- station, who la missing from his no me. rein- Football Player Dies. Max Kramer. 17. TT6 Delaware street. Gary, died last n!ht after a week's j illness of spinal meningitis. The boy was a Sophomore at Froebe! h's'i j school and played with the football jte.ain a week spo. The funeral serv j ices will be held S miiy morning at Temple Bethel end interment will be made in Ch!rag-. The Clary Under Itak'ny compar.v ls in '-harge. j i ! A description of these most exquisite Georgette Blouses through a special purchase just received is impos sible. Taupe, Navy, embroidered with silk, braid or chenille, also maize and flesh, hand embroidered and bead trimmings in most effective patterns and colors seen this4 season. 1 1 Double Stamps Friday. Hammond's Greatest Dpt Store Doilble Staraps Until Noon Saturday. GAR! BOYS . GET y. S. BADGES AUTO SMASH-UPS. capture yesterday when they swocped down on a flat at 11th avenue and Broadway and arrested Edward Robin son, a negro wanted In Chlcagro. When the rolico invaded the flat Robinson tried to hide under the bed. He was j An automobile belonging to M. T. ! Kitchen of the Northern State Bank was badly damaged in a smash-'ip y esterday afternoon. Mr. Kitchen left j the machine standing: In f-ont of the i berk and. due to the sl'ppery pave- niert a Mi-hiarn car, L.i"ense No. 1S04O-17, skidded into his machine, j tei'-in off a fender ami damaplng the front of the car. The Michigan ear ..did not. stop to see If any damage had been dene. j A Jitney traveling north on Broad- Iivay ."kidded Into a post under the I. II. Belt viaduct bl! mmlnir. culnr quite a damag-e to tlm front rf th'e machine, no one was ,n; u'"n ana me car was towed to a (tnrag. Ariother accldnt due to the slip pery condition of the pavement In 0ry yesterday afternoon occurred on Pixth avenue when P.. P. Pm.th, 440 Tyler Ftreet, ran into Mlite Methie, H3 Wetl Ninth avenue, who fMl riT a bicycle directly )n front of the auto's path. Although he was bruised up consider aMy, his Injuries were nnt serious and wore attended by Dr. T.auo. for the children to be held at the Froebel and Emerson schools. WITH GARY POLICE. school thore. Mr. Ralph Hummel of Muncle. who has been visiting at the 13oetm home for several days will re turn to his home today. Mrs. Herman I say has as her guest Miss G. Stern, of Pittsburg. Seeral pnrties have been given in honor of Miss Stern, who is well known in Gary, hav ing visited here several times previous I to this. Mr. and-Mrs. Ted Nelson, who were married recently, have returned from their weddlrgr trip, and -will begin keej insr house in the Malinger apartments. Mrs. Nelson was formerly Miss Le Monte, and is very popular among Gary's yountter set. Mrs. S. B. Oren of South Bond has been vlsttins for the post wek at the home of her son. Dr. Arthur H. Oren. and wife. Cart, and Mrs. 11. P. Norton. 720 Van Puren street, aro grandparents once more. A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen of Roblnhuret, near McCool. Be fore her marriage Mrs. Eobbins was last nicht charged with malicious trespass. She resides at the Koster hotel and was arrested by Officer Ahrends at 13th and Washington st reet. Hianch Brown, a regress, !i still being held pending: charges of larceny. Mike Coehman. residing at Jef ferson street. Gary, was arrested by Officers Gust and Stathes at 13th and Madison street last nlffht. He will be glvn a hearing in Judge Dunn's court today on a charge of assault and battery. Unable to furnish a $1,000.00 ball. I.eona Smith, who was arrested Sunday- by the Gary police at 650 Wash ington street, is still being held at the police station. Charges cf grand larceny have been placed against her. prlsoner. MEN'S MEETING AT GARY THEATER The men's mass meeting at the Gary theater Sunday afternoon is ex pected to draw a full house, as the tpakcr Is Fred B. Smith of New York. Mr. Smith will speak on "A Strong Man.". Trestdent A. B. Keller of the T" will call the meeting to order at 2:45 o'clock. HOOSIERS ARE LIBERAL DONORS FORT WAYNE. Ind., Oct. IP. Louis J. Bailey of Gary, director of the library war fund campaign In this state, announced to the convention of the Indiana Library association, which convened yesterday, that 146.601.13 had been subscribed to date. This is elmoet double the state"s quota on the 11.000. 000. (K50 fund, which It is hoped to raise throughout the United States for the soldier' libraries. This amount Captain Aydelotte of the Gary police I Includes the reporta from eighty-nve and a half doiea officers mad a clever out of 1S9 towni In Indiana, which A large and enthuslastto meeting wu Veld at the T. M. C. A. last night, when seventy-five boys received medals for the work they have done as members of the Boys Working Reserve, for their country. The Boys Working Reserve is a national movement organized and con nected with the federal department of labor, and includes locally boya from 18 t3 10 years of age. C. F. Scott of Chicago, who euperln tends the Illinois branch cf the organ ize tir., rrosend the badges and com plimented the boys for their industry and IcyMlty. HovarS T'-lls. state superintendent of public Instruction, gave a. stirring ad dress, urging the boys to keep up taelr efforts. He showed the necessity of th"ir work and what they may accomp lish. Prof. Lsdd of the Froebel school. who organized the Gary branch, also spoke to the boys, and gave special men tion to Henry Cecil, the first boy in In diana to receive a ba3ge. There are still hundreds of boye In Gary of eligible oce who should less no opportunity to do their bit and the most effective way they can do this is by applying at the Y. M. C. A. for mem bership to the Reserve. Application cards may be procurred et the desk there at any time. B!S TRUCK BITES INTO A BRIDGE John Rasmussen, 13S8 Adams street. Gary, driving n five-ton Federal truck loaded with fruit, the truck belonging to Christ Skozcua of the International Fruit Co.. Gary, wont through Canal street bridge, East Chicago, at about 11 o'clock last night. The supporting wooden beams gave way under the rear wheels but were caught by the iron work so that the truck was not pre cipitated below. Mr. Easmusaen claims that his load was valued at JCOOX He Is holdirg the city responsible for what lose may be occasioned. trine,' paper by Mlse Ora Cox. Logaca pcrt, Ind. 3. "The Old and The 2?e-r Spain," pa per by Dr. Grover McDonald, Indiana university. 4. "England, Our Ally," address Try Hon. Lucius B. Swift, of The Indianap olis Bar. Afternoon program, beginning' at 3 o'clock. 1. Round table discussion In three sections: The Grades Section; The High School Section, and The College r Uni versity Section, all meeting at tha same time, though In different rooms. Time allowed for these discussions, one hour. A. Grade Section, Supt. J. H. Scholl of Rushvllle, presiding. Subject: "Com munity Civics." Leader, Miss Laura Walderi. Franklin, Ind. B. High School Section. Subjeot: "Supervised Study In History." Leader. Byron Legg, Mishawaka, Ind. C. College or University Section. Prof. Bogardus of the Indiana State Xormal school, presiding. Subject: "The Organi zation of Courses In History and Politi cal Science, In the Secondary Colleges." Lender. Prof. Linldsy. Earlham college. 2. Combined meeting of all sections to follow the sectional metings Immed iately. Prcf. Thomas J. Moran, Purdue university, presiding. "America and The War," address by Dr. James A. Woodbum, Indiana uni versity. Big history luncheon, Thursday at 12 o'clock, German house. Make reserva tions before Oct. 23. Tiates $!. Write the secretary, Charles If. Money, Indianap olis. Ind., "033 Ashland avenue. J. V. MASTERS. siXP'A T- tai a i iaf rs: SJ fe T 7 8 B S S k ?T v ri r " " v: it w r? 4 g j r?4 1 5 i j BREAKS A RECORD "The Maxwell non-stop champion," says Harry Newman, president cf tha Harry Newman-Stratton Co.. "has out done itself in performance at the Peoria Fair last week. It made 31.2 miles on a gallon of gisollne. Two week previous this time, on the fair ground race track at Springfield. 111., this world's non-stop champion, with 13S.OO0 miles to Its cred it. 22,000 miles of which was the non stop test made 27.3 miles on a gallon of gasoline. At the time of this record people marvelled at it3 performance. i and the mileage of 31.2 was certainly unexpected. This is conclusive proof that the Max well automobile is economical, efficient and everlasting." Britain Reports Slight Decrease In Shipping Loss LONDON, Oct. 13. Twelve Brttlfb merchant vessels cf over 1,00 tons wars' sunk by mines or submarines In the laat week, according to the statement cf th British admiralty tonight. Six vessels under 1,600 tons, anfl fishing vessel were sunk. The week's figures make a grand total of DS1 vessels 9mi since the adoption by the British admiralty of the weekly report system, as follows: Over Under 1600 1600 Emelle T7eek tons First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth The Welsh Language. TV TTI-1. , . . . . a ho ncu ianvuas is nor CioeelJ related to tho Irish and Highlnnd Gae lic, but Is of the same branch as the ancient Cornish and Breton languages. GARY HAS FALL STORM Gary was visited by one of the heaviest rainfalls in Us history shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. For a period of twenty minutes the rain came down In torrents. It was accompanied by a little thunder and lightninsr. One building was etrurk, but little damage was done. The sewers were unable to rare for the water and basements in the down town business district were flooded. Quite a damape was done to some of the stock Ftored In basements. After the rsln Broadway and other streets were flooded from sidewalk to sidewalk. Too Old to Fight; Young Enough to Buy Abraham I.'Told. ncd fio. one of Rensselaer's oldest citizens, and for a great many years Rensselaer's fore most businessman, handed the Kaiser p Jolt Wednesday when he subscribed for J5.000 worth of Liberty Bonds. He expects to raise his total of bond pur chases to JlO.fO before the close of th' second sale. Though Mr. Leopold was born In Germany, he has no love for Kslser isrr.. Mr. Leopold Is the father of Mrs. Leo Wclf of Hammond, one of the city's well-known ladles. P AM OUT FOR MEETING Special to The Time.s.) SOUTH EEN'D, Oct. ID. The program for the annual meeting of the Indiana State Teachers' association which Is to be held Nov. 1 In Indianapolis, was an nounced here by President Martens as follows: Morning program beginning at 9 o'e'ock. 1. "The Teaching of History and the Teaching of Patriotism in The Grades." paper by Miss Wanda Bahl, Whiting. Ind. I. "The Evolution of the Monroe Doc- CARD OF THANKS I CARD OT THANKS. We wish ro thank the many friends and relatives in the sympathy shown us in our sad sorrow of bereavement of our daughter and sister. Geraldir.e, and also to thank our friends for the beau tiful floral offerings: and also the do nation of autos and kindness. Tours. MR. AND MRS. H. W. STEWARD AND FAMILY. 10-19-1 ASTHMA SUFFERER. WRITS TODAY end I will tU you of the simple home Treatment for asthma end bronchitis which has cured many af ter physic-Inns and change of climate failed. I want you to try lr at my ex pense Drop me a card and I'll mail you hi 25e sample bottle FREE. Geo. J. Thomassen. Fox A-41, Des Moines. Iowa. Adv. Eleventh Twelfth .. .... 14 13 16 19 IS 17 1 40 ss 24 18 18 19 IS '2 27 21 15 14 14 21 Thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventeenth Eighteenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twenty-first . Twenty-second 18 Twenty-third 21 Twenty-fourth 14 Twenty-fifth ir Twenty-sixth 18 Twenty-seventh 20 Twenty-eighth 12 Twenty-ninth 8 Thirtieth 11 Thirty-first 11 Thirty-second 14 Thirty-third 12 tons 4 8 I 13 2 IS 18 22 5 5) 1 15 30 5 7 5 3 4 S Total Grand total. .507 craft 3 8 it i& 21 9 i 3 9 S f It t a l g o 2 Z ft z 2 3 X 171 C81. Wn3tSZ jFri iday and SstaFday's Special Sale Beautiful Dress Hats all reduced to meet the need of every lady All trimmed in the newest style. Mostly Gage's and Fisk's Hats. Come in and see them. Hats Trimmed FREE i 1 7TANKFORTH AT SHOP AMMOND 184 State St. Phone 2812. 22522235