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Page Thrco r 1 1 1 n t u i ! i n m i ; ijlllli J 1 1 1 m i m i u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 m r i ? 1 1 1 : i r 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ? n 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 n i m n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HiiiiiMiiiiiHiiiiiii!iitiiiiiiiiiini;i;nniniiini)iiinni:iiiiiiiiii;i;nii;;i;:n!; M Uiifilitt UtJ iU J jnnC(1V- f 11--ilwi. -'i 11117 OR HUB hi M Mm SH1PWEL Keen interest in Orrinr, t!e s-i-tititlc treatment for the drink habit, now on J-alo at our store continues unabated. Yet this is not fur prising when it i realized that it can b givf-n .c-.-rt 1 1 v nt home witli absolute rntl-nr. nnl that it quir-kJy destroys all iK-sirc for wlilskev i-iid otht.r intoxicant.-;. Orruie hast sa,l thousands of drinking men. ani is .sold undtr a guarantee to refund th pur chase price If. aftr a trial It falls to benefit. Orr-lne Is prepared In two forms: No. 1, secret treatment: Ornne No. 2, vol untary trva-pient. Costs only J.l'.no "a box. Ask for booklet, l.ion Store Phar macy (Kaufman & Wolf) Silt) Hohman St A d v PATEN T S feCNi: JbOK WV i'iiEK BOOK, -HOW TO GET THEil." fts full of Information you iiionn know. Remember that all work entrusted to zy care is done In my own ort ces. right tere in Chicago, where yo uctn call for consultation any business day In tba year or any ilooday evening until o'clock. Service best to be hail at any price, ani It routs less. Phone Central Sf.sa I JOSHUA K. II POTTS, b iS. Dearborn St., Chicago ATTOR2TET and COt'NSRLOR AT LAW. SUITE 1111 HARTFORD BUILDJNO. tlOOI) fwr.ii:;:, t": - -or-p.n.-.,. t ,t t -wl ,x nr.. all if I d JVCf UK' news tii-i! Sarah Ik i r.hanl: is comin.q to Gary. Gary is a real town when Sarah thinka it big enough to have herself and her private car come here. IT plo.isinjr to foc thr.t all the c:indiVU-s haw ,-do;trd our sag tiun of biK.nning their spot ( he with n boost for Liberty l'.oiid sales. MAYORALTY Candidate Hedges says that during the three years he was city attorney under Mayor Johnnon the xti-.ni3f of his office were only forty dollars. This indicate;; how much work liodt:f j did for the civy. IF Gary had at this time that public harbor that Mayor Johnson wants to get the town Gary niiht be lan.lins the governnunt shipbuilding plant. HODGES calls Mayoralty Candidate Curtis an ex-attorney for the ftcel trust. It is now up to Curtis to reply to Hodges in his speech Thursdu night. BEFORE we forget It. don't fail to attend the independent party rally anight at Military hall, r61 Broadway (over Acker and Schmidt's clothing etore). There will be good speaking, fine muric and seats are reserved Tor the ladies. THE Gary Tribune and Mr. Hodfres are playing up to the colored voters, ft is inspiring; how eynipathetic Wall street can become with the colored peo ple around election time. Wall street is willing to promise them jobs, man sions to live in, parks, land concerts anything to get their votes. aus t?-.-i tv. . v,i t ii."- WVJJO lil iUWl Ul d! ,. ... . T,j. ,-,.,..,, (!,... - j v u ovNii ut'w.sji.iiHT u;u kul I'l.iii i louden uiyuvuiu unriio uie wora aia high I ppfpc'a on its front pag. Mr. Hodges' talk was so unimportant that the ride a. as Heaven. Tr'hmf pr'nted U in. p'l tli r hist n tM. if A ft y MCm THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR LINEN g depends altogether upen your is choice of a laundryman. I? you select a laundry that does "cheap" work, your linen will 6how the re sult of such false "economy." Oa the other hand, if you choose a laundry like ours, that Is known to be careful and conscientious, the excellent results will make you forget the little extra cost. A. F. KNOTTS TO TALK ON DUNES Slick's Soft Water Way is Sure to Please You TVE are going to keep pointing out to you Slick's Soft Water Way until you take advantage of this splendid service to you. Thousands of laun dries have not installed this service; but we figure that nothing is too good for our patrons and we took the initail step in Gary to give to the women Slick's Soft VTater Way of laundrying clothes. YOU can remember how pleased you were when you were doing your own washing and you had soft water to do it with; well, you will be just as pleased now if you will try Slick's Soft Water Way, the only sure and satisfactory way of having your clothes iaun dried. A Trial Will Convince You. A. F. Knottf. former mayor of Ham mond and tho man commissioned by the Stfcl Trust to buy the site of Gary i and to develop the Gary Land com pany, will lecture on how the eand dunes came to be. the address to be Kiven to the civil, mechanical and elec trical engineers of Gary at the Public Library next Friday evening. Mr. Knotts, who is a lawyer by pro fession. Is head of the National Dunes i'ark association. He has a reputation for science and histcry. and is well posted on geology, having been a civil engineer in early life as well as county surveyor of Porter county, where the largest dunes are located. 'Red Cross Column Slick's Gary Laundry Gary, Ind. Telephone 144. Fifth and Massachusetts. cuss an TXBTXS EtTBEATJ AT STATE CAUFITAL INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Oct. 23. J. J. I'ettijohn. director of the Horn Service Institute for Indiana, announces that the state school for tha training of Ited Cross workers will oren November C at Indianapolis. This institute Is one of a series organized by the national society to meet the emergency created by tho departure of hundreds of thousands of men for training camps and for Europe. The soldiers who, give themselves to their country have every right to ex pect that during their absence the na tion will look out for their fa.T.iiie and homes. Despite tho care which is be ing exercised to select men without de pendents, anl despite any arrangement i the government may make for securing j the assignment of ray. there may b-3 many homes that will suffer during the j absence of the men who have been in tne i habit of transacting the more Import ant home business. During the stress ' of war. with the rising cost of food anl uncertain living conditions, the home Is i handicapped by the loss of the very ! ii ii ! (USE wBJ3SWSEMY The same good judgment and common sense that you ex ercise in the purchase of a home or any permanent a r t i c 1 e should be used when you buy a Talking Machine. The VICTOR VIC TR OLA holds a position of undisputed leadership. It was designed with an eye to the coming Standardization of the Talking Machine. In fact, musicians and singers of world renown consider it tho ultimate type itself and will play and sing for the Victor only. Get the Genuine VICTOR Vlclrola the kind that last longest proven by many years the one that will not deteriorate it will compare with No Oilier Machine You should try a Vietrola in your own home Free of Charge for 30 Days Here is our liberal free trial offer: Pay only for a few rec ords and we will deliver the Vietrola in your home. Try it for 30 days and if you wish to purchase it, you can arrange to pay for it in small monthly payments. If You Are Interested Come in and let's talk it over. Victor Victrolas from $20 to $400, in all the different, woods. Comie in and look over our record stock the most complete in Indiana. Records in all languages. Don't fail to attend our Vietrola concerts every Thursday night. i GARY'S LEADING JEWELERS PHOITE 525. 692 BROADWAY Gary III If you are not a regular shopper at these Wednes- 1 day sales we cordially invite you to carefully read this list o f specials and then attend the sale tomorrow 1 Do Your Bit" Buy a Liberty Loan Bond Today Main Aisle (AU FMANN & WOLF - Hammond, irm Hosiery Specials Double S. & H. Stamps Tomorrow Women's white lisle and black fleece lined hoe. double toe and heel, gai ter tops, priced et per pair 19c More New Arrivals In Trimmed Hats Women s New Fall $4.50 Values at Women's pleated silk hose i black and white, reinforced i where tho wear comes. ; This sale, pr pair 29C I Womew'a regular 12 white :. cassini'-'-r- ho&o, reinforced ; heel and toe. specially pric- : ed for this salo f - P" pa'r Jl ,5(J 1 Women's Home Knit all- ; woo! hose, black only, made j of finest yarn, per pair LOO f V. r -fi at Women s Coats $13.98 Here's a speciaJ coat bargain for Wed nesday. Women's ajid misses' new coats, belted models with large collars of self material or plush. They are made of Mack cheviot and novelty cloths. Warm serviceable garments. w cy s-y Specially rrlced J. 3 ,tf O Suits, Coats and Dresses '. mr stock is as complete and varied a yon would are to choose from. The newness of these gar ments ha not prevented us from listing' them at unusually low prices. The Suits at $27.50 First we want to call your attention to the clever new suits at thla price. They are In the befit of style, having long coats, with large collars end belted all the way around; the skirts are shirred at the waist line and have invisible pockets. Materials are all wool serges, poplins and gabardines. In the newest colors; all sizes.' priced Ff yi AL. OU $2.50 This group of new Fall Hats will be a delight to all women Inter ested Jn what Is new la millinery. Toa can eureljr choose a becom ing bat from this assortment cf sailors and turbans, made f Lyon's velvet in the newest ef- fects. cleverly trimmed with Cowers, ribbons, fancy feathers I i and ornaments; values rstisre tip j to $4.60. Tour choice 2.501 Silk Dresses, $10.75 Pretty new fall Dresses from oar I1Z.E0 and 15-0 lines. They are made of Silk Taffeta, some have Georgette sleeves. All are in the height of fashion. Colors are grreen. Copen. brown, navy and black. Women's and misses y sizes, priced at JL J.L 3 Angora Tarns, 88c Smart new tarns, for the high j i school miss, they come in ! white, red. gray and black. I regular $1.00 values, priced ! ; i for Wednesday O O ' ' i at OOt Wednesday's Sale of Children s Shoes Girls Shoes Finest Grade Boys' School Shoes, $2.00 K'.iey's Mary Jane Button Shoes, splendid styles in patent leather and gun metal calf cloth tops, Goodyear welt so'.pj; sizes 8 S to 11. Per pair $2.50. Sizes 11 z to 2, per pair 2.75 Fair fit id Guaranteed Shoes for school boys They are made of genuine calfskin, button ftyle, extra heavy soles. Hoys' siies pair. $2.25: youths' sizes, specially priced for the Week-Knd Sale at. ff P?r pair .JJ "Fairfield" Standard $2 Shoes, made of guaranteed calfskin. Blucher and but ton style, strictly solid, sizes 8H to 13H, now worth $2.50. Our price per pair 1.98 Little Fellows' Iace Shoe, strictly all-leather, broad toe lasts, durable leather soles, will give spier.did service, sizes S'i to 13. Sow worth li s;, at 1.45 Selz Foot-Form Scuffers, made especially for little folks; they come in patent and gun metal calf. Good year welt soles; sizes SVi to 11. rair. $2.23 Q CI 5 to 8. pair J. ,0 ; Li AiA Tn-V) 3 r r I ISIew Dress Skirts Priced at 6.98 No matter what your choice may be. you are sure to find in this collection Just tho model to please you. Siik taffetas, satins, serges, ir.ibarj'.ue:. pcp'.ins and velours. Plains, plaid and strip? patterns, shirred at the waist line and with be';t all-around, novelty pockets as shown In the picture, splendid s- r rj values, all sizes O.JO Serges and Poplins Tomorrow we offer some very pretty all wool serge and poplin skirt?, tailored nicely throughout in the latest styles, navy blue and black. $6.00 values priced J f O .O 1 'i w I . at Setting Needs Of every descrip tion can be sup plied In our no tion department. Sewing silks of every color. Th'.m bles. needles, hooks and eyes, buttons, tapes, braidings. bind ings, etc.. now await you at spe cial low prices. ForMissSix or Miss Sixteen Clothes that Mother and Daughter WiJ? Like Our Misses' and Girls' garments gratify that deslre to Jook "nice" which every young miss possesses, and which every par ent encourages within proper bounds. Misses" Silk and Serge Dresses Misses' and Juniors' clever new fall dresses, pretty girlish Tnod tls, high and long walsted. many have plaited f klrts. They are made of silk taffeta and splendid quality - ry g f wool serge, sizes from 14 to 17. priced at JLji.OyJ Girls Coats, 7.98 Becoming Coats for school girls from 6 to 14 years, belt ed models with big collars, patch pockets and deep cuffs. Materials are of boucle mete lain and fancy mixtures. Splen did $10 coats at Little Girl& Coats ! Attractive little oats in sizes 2 to 6, belted styles with col lars of velvet or eelf material very nicely made g.arments in boucle metelain and zebelin. special 7.98 :r::a. 3.98 i Bovs Suit We know how to cater to Young ilr. Boy when it comes to his suits because we have suits that boys themselves like as well as their mothers who buy them. Smart Tommy Tucker Suits of blue and brown serge with white pique collar and cuffs. Over coats of wool cheviots and Irish frieze, belted models with military collar and patch pockets. Sizes 2 1-2 to 8 years, price Stock Your Dresser with a Good Supply of Winter Underwear The following specials will enable you to secure good winter underwear at much below the figures they usually sell for at this time of the season. Men's Marino Shirts and Drawers, winter weight, long sleeves and ankle length; garments that wash nicely, 75c kind on sale - at 59c Men's Wool ShirtsXand Drawers, natural gray, fine winter garments, all sizes up to 50, spe cially priced at Royal Mills Wool Shirts and Drawers, heavy weight, long sleeves, an kle length, broken sizes of regular $1.50 garments at . . . 89c 1.00 Men's Union Suits, heavy cotton ribbed, long sleeve?, ankle length, warm, well fitting $1.50 garments, sizes .14 to 46 1.00 Men's XTnlon Suits heavy weight, mixed wool, long sleeves, ankle length, na tural gray, regular $2.23 :::::: 1.69 Men's Bath Kobes, heavy blanket cloth robes, round collars, with pock et, colors are red, gray and blue, good patterns. P 50 values at . 2.50 i 7iYyjTjnTiTmtin person upon whom it ordinarily depends fo" the solution of its problems; the man who knnvs. for mstanco. when the mortgage mature?, and when the in surance nnd taxes f ill duo. j It is the duty of th; Led Cross chap ter to prevent so far as possible tne family deterioration tnat arrses rrom such a situation. In other words, the Red Cross must supply the emergency needs of the soldier's family. This function, known as Home Service, in cludes financial assistance, legal, medi cal and business advice. In short, it Involves any service that will help the family to maintain its customary stand ards of home life. This is obviously a large und.-rt.iklng. for it demands that the local chapters must have, trained so cial worktrs the kind of workers who are ordinarily used In emergency civil in relief work such as is made neces sary hv tornadoes, earthquakes, fires and floods. Indianapolis was given the school for Indiana because It affords opportunity for practical field work In ft large city, supervised ty experienced Instructors and Red Cross workers. Eugene C. Foster, general sec retary of th-? Indianapolis Charity Organization Society, will direct the. Held work of students, and Miss Hdna ('. Henry, di rector of the social service department of Indiana niversity, will have charge ' of the class Instruction, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS CEDAR LAKE. Pub. Sub. Co. to Fr:.nk D. Bar ton. Ls 22. 34. Ti U. I'lat "A" Shades Add. TOLLESTON. Peter Pallos and wife to Fred Scabrlght, L 16, B 11, Co.'s 5th Add. Fred Seabrlght (bach) to Peter Tallos and wife, L 16. B 11, Co.'s Eth Add. William Thum and wife to Zosien Berter and w-ife, S 5.1 ft L 4. B 3, Redlv Co.'s Add 123.20 1.00 1.00 135. Are Women Naturally . Despondent? While thpre are women who seem always despondent and depressed and expecting misfortune, that is not wom an's natural condition. Such unfortu nates suffer from ill-health. An ab normal condition of the system ex presses Itself in nervousness, sleepless r.rs. backiches, headaches and des pondency. If all ailing women would make fniihful use of that grand remedy for woman's ills, Lydia K. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound, there would be little occasion to ask if despondency Is nat ural to woman. Ady. 1st State Bank, Toll, to Ole Svcla, L 10. Schroeder's Add 1.00 Samuel I. Kessler and wife, ft al. to Barbara Sarudy. L 2. 11 8. Co.'s 3rd Add. 6.730.03 Joseph Hellmuth and wife try George Chrisostomiis, N 24 ft L 3, B 15, Co.'s 3rd Add. 1.00 HAMMOND. Laurence M. Hargis fbach) et al, to Merrltt D. Metz. L 8. B i. Hyde Pk. Add. 1.00 T. S. Blackmun Co. to John Kane. L 7. B 2. Redlv Hoff mans 1st Add. 1.00 lido Seljan and wifo to John F. Rahn, L 8. B 3. Morris ; Add. 1.00 t John F. Rahn and wife to Wal- er.tine Seljan, L S, B 3. Mor- , ris Add. 1.00 William L. Carey (wid) to Lloyd Rose and wife. L A, j Chas. M. Hicks Add. 1.00 1 Daily ThouQht. Education is a better safeguard of liberty than a standing army. Edward Everett. When Itching Stops There is one safe, dependable treatment that relieves itching torture and skin irri tation almost instantly and that cleanses and soothes the skin. Ask any druggist for a 33c or SI bottle of zemo and apply it as directed. Soon you will find that irritations, pimples, blackheads, eczema, blotches, ringworm and similar skin trouCles will disappear. A little zemo, the penetrating, satisfy ing liquid, i3 all that j3 needed, for it banishes most skin eruptions and makea the skin soft, smooth and healthy. T&e . W. Rose Co., Cleveland, a b03 ANTHRACITE AND BITTTMTN0U3 Wholesale and Retail Vesi Hammond Cos! Company J. J. BREHM, Prep. PHONE 1674 OR 2955.