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THE TIMES .Paue Eleven Classified Advertisements Aftex Aoful 13h, cn U tlM. 1JU4 KwtHimmU Wm4 wit a OTC Wltphfl JMl 99 p14 fa tb offlc witUa S jri am -&tlam4 oSuixr of ta , wlU x&aAa tore oalioMoa. TiLt Tat rrlc eta b (-tvo mz patron br brfctgdaff ail olaaslfl ad. wrttuBiiti V cor offloa aa.4 jr lay for wwn tad mi ooUacCioa z.xxa coffwrr m. yrs. co. races rrawstrAJPHmx A. , 19X7. Real Estate Bargains j For Sale Miscellaneous FOR ALE-- I rir-i1?9ni-?d diamonds and raUroan af-he. Leer s Reliable Loan Bank, : Slate at., Hammond. .Open evenings. 4 2 tf visions of the license to be renwd 1 as follows: The ground floor front room of the. tuo-story frame building situated on lot 8. block ", Dyer's allir.ori to the City of Hammond. Lake fount y. Indiana jar room l.as glass front and faces 11 Calumet avenue, Public highway 111 said Ci'v of Hammond, p. r i on north side of room. All of said bar room can lie s--n from said higlvvay Feb 7-14-21 gf.orge thon. for pale j.. , buildings, t-loao 1 'j M it'll. G ood Mm rUc I. Ohi-ago Fop 11x1:1:1',; Tore Ben'on Harboi SO. . rt-e .-r f .1 rm w i t 1 Kenton Harbor, boat. ' ' rm to .-.r- .'! ro -M. A. Wk.1i. II." V. D. :KL5SMAVL FEED A ROOKING CO.. ! 119 Clinton st. ihone 277. Fast Ch: 1 rag-, phone 40,R. 9 11 If. Wanted Male Help UA.NTEIV-Stsalv man. married to ol "t and aolioit for leading ur " sirance rompsnv: references reiufrect .a'arv 1.00 par eek and crmf Call lsb. K. State. Room 4. Ham; mond. SALESMEN AND FOREMEN--Full 01 spare umt: excellent paying Projosi- r ... 1 -an ,am 5,1 a aas A i'ii'.''-' Times. Gary. WANTED Planer hand. Standard Forge Co. Ap ply Kinployincntj3fr.: n-.WTKD 2 young men in gents" furn ishing section; good opportunity to -rn bu-mess. fee Mr. Fayne. U S'orr. Hammond. V.-MED-All around furniture repair r.iant Rood wages; vrrr.anent Kt. Ap-r-lv. The Wigwam. 3430 Pennsylvania . . Indiana Harbor. .-.P-- STOCK SALESMAN" Severs . ftlrn men for local territory; leads furn 'a'i(i; rasseri Ohio and Iowa lav,a. Ad-, dres? with full parts.-u'.ae-. r-ranci J. DroIIo. Oliver Motel. South Bend Jnu WANTED Ta triers and T.:hrP!r' Apply at 111 Carrol alter 6 Vj, Hammond. "" WAXTEP A yeunr man foe co!ctoy. Liberal Cred.t Store. 605 Hchman Hammond ' T-." a N TK D Boys. Hammond Enterprise Ei f - 2 f 'NTKD Boy over 16 yearn of ace. ,0 d iuarowr.d wort in a-wjrs fnr "" Airlv Rosenwald - en. i.m ;?Vo and Todd avenuee Eart ChtCMc. W VTEP fhauaft'eu 1". mu?t com- wrH 'recommended to flriv r-rtxate .ai. PPlv rr. j r. 3 Leo Wolf l.inn Stce. Him TV-ANT ED La bore r C o. OfboTie. Ind. Meta'a Reftplns '.'-L'l-" Wanted Female Help V!AN T E DAppren t - e- g irl or n-. 1 1 U mery .lablisnmem. rply. U4 b.ate T-Tammond. " . ilamniond. "wvNTD Experienced girls owr 15 yVar. Hammond Laundry Co.Harn rton'l. ' ' - WANTED 30 exsh girls. n"C urdelJ5 vcar: ewte Monday wornin prerarcd f,r work- Arrly to Mr. Fayne. Lion tore. Ttarrjr.ond. ' W NTED Maid: 4 room?. tem J'at: , 0 clokin. Lesser, rhone 2,fm- vXTF.D-Tonng girl. I to 1: : ' ..t.. f.iiv nf r. Phone 21if Hatnir.ond. 2-20-2 ' ivtfp G'rl for general housework: 'home. Phone 1474. after 6 jv v" WTED Whi'e g'rl for housewor. ,',o" washing" nice room with bath. Madion at. Gary vTSD Experienced sorter. "m inond Laundry Co. Hammond. .-.J-tr 1 1. . 1 - oTesJ if. ruon 2"!?. .-.or.d: . Vi'AXTEP A ladv baker for takerv; A np i y. U 1 PIMey st. Hammond. 2-21-3 THE STAVLET HOTEL AND RATH? Todem in every wiv. Rates l.uJ ,nd nr P""m with Turkish Rati, for Jc-n $t.F0 .nd up. Oren dav and r.igr .JdiV;- baths open from 3 h. m to ! p. m. "0 Washington st. Oarv.Tnd fhona 51- , , '- Situations Wanted. Wanted position as typist or Stenographer. fsom experience: rcf trences. Call Hammond 2S40. 2-19-j tlTFTION WANTED By midd'.e ae'ed man to clerk in grocery store: experienced; rf. furnisiied. "Salesman . Times. Hammond. -.l-v vt'VNTED Bv a carahle wman. situa t'on as houseke per or nurse. 627 : vb 1 T e Oak qv. UTiiH r. g. Tnd. zzlljj- Wanted to Rent. H AST TO RENT Farm with good im provements: cash or share rent; best of reference. Matthew Jarac?, 4!.S bnrsrth ave. E. Chicago. 2-16-o WXTED TO RENT Rv high class man with good reference, furnished cw)m in private family. Addrc. L. t rr.es. Hammond. ,2-lS-tf ANTED TO RENT A good furnished room in private family. Address, C. ' imtf Ha-mmond. --IS-tf '.V ANTED TO RENT Fy man and ii. i-ooni m rrivaie fan.il. Addres ft. "i '.Titi. Hammond. I'-lS-tf WANTED A 4 or ,-t-reori flat: must liava gas. steam heat, hot vater and alectnc l:ht, in East Chi-taso. "?! Test Chicago ?P3. :-T9-4 V.'ANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 tis-h house keeping rooms by a ood fa mil v. in (diarie Harbor, bv March J. Fbcn f.KS-t CVii-ago. 614 1. 2-l!-n Lost and Found LOST Between tourt house -trirj Krie dopot. itir lined giove for ;:t hand. a C. Harrison. Ttl. Hammond b?. S-20-2 IjOST Black and tan male hound, ppot between forelegs, gone two we'. t.:berl reward. Jaci Croak. Phone ri"iW. Hammcni '.'-20-3 LOST 1 blue and blacic patch T'li't, lf. Rid8 road and WiUiame et. I'ume SiJM. Hammond. 2-21-1 FOR HALF Store, with 7 -room fist; good basement; lot c'xlr-il. tug bargain. 42o W. Mate w. It.itiimond. :-15-b State cf Indiana FOR SALE 5-room b-.mga.low. Just com pleted; oak f.nlsh, bath, 'urtia. e laun dry tubs. Terms likv r-tT. I.evi st. Phor.e 223. Hammond. '.'-IS-tf TRADK r-a.rm l'-'n ,-i.-r truck land. Mark m! aluej )!2,fifi.i. sin,-:;, ma chinery. i.o;e. ext i-a, ' -" : !.c.ii'd F'w Raw. Mich. Wan' 'ltatunicnd property. Ki'-iu, Owner No .." Favn-'.I ave. "hi,SKo. 2-19-3 j KOI v SALE Confectionery J and .Ice Cream store. Cor Incr 137th and Cedar streets. I Indiana Harbor. Price poo. J-orced to sell on ac icojmt of beins; called in new j draft. " -;3-t: FOR SALE?, rooms furniiure. Rartv cmylng can rent house. otT Sibley at. j Hammond. FOR PALF -lO-i .om ' 1 rv ed r.'nwwit liouse; ';t"i0: rii:ii X c'ft n r inonth: prnae Jj.irsie-. Lrr "-m,-:i J-'koii r'hir.g. Mri.. Kl":r., 6jjJ Pitr'i! ., OhjcBgO, Fi ".'-lo-.t 2-21-2 hijR SALE A bsbv buggv, riesrjv new. 44" rrckri st. riion? Nlo'l. Ham mond. ."I.- ( A SMALL rAMILT Drs.rit;g a h't" can buy a c!i-ao 0 f'. v. t'li sv.-a'! house. 7' toi.nn 5' i ta v-'i. T-i led. 2-! 1-t j F)R SALE About 7 quae asph shingle on at count of leaving city; ! !'b t.ac"an. 4k4 Ash ft. Hammond 2-21-1 WHAT HVE TOV To ..l;HTi:e f-.r a 2-flit b"-i"K-. 2 C - -oosti fiats; high basetr.er '. : 'are garage; !oca ;:i in ":i cjgo. Wnnt propert.v in 11-vh cr Wesf Hammond. Lake County I'r-holter'ng "o. L'KT C Sr'ire si T!H.c.m(md. 2-2-2 IfttrSE ECVT FLEE. Y eri! T;iifj siiould or.rii tie eyes of tiiose who par house rn-. In dications point to highec pries on lui'.ld'ng rra'eria! an.) labor for vesu o come .'ii-.ri ("1- Cuh and save l,i10t and get a home of y.uir outi which you can live in for years, then for more than it cos;. 1 f saving of 51.0150 on a home of you r cuii in the finest resi dent district with two extra large bed room-", which should rnt for S2Q each monthly interest you. Rhone 2t"l. or drop me a line and" I will send you full particuUts. Frank S l:z Ham mond. 2-21-g FOIl SALE Furniture used rri"n'bs. 1 ntire fl.tr Oid Ii.crv 1 rd rcoiu suite, wrr.. and Mary Jacobean Oak 'l'"!! ? t'.om "uite. ciunrter-.xa wed oal: parlor suite, large library table. A.min str rug. Brussels rug. linoleum, large tee b.. large oasburuer. i'-itch'-ri sto-.e. gaa Ktovf. 5 45 PO kitchen cabinet, kituh en tabic and 'hairs tub. hoiW. quantity of wood, coal. potatoes, all kitchen utensil. Worth $6?'.0rt: r ii (.;onider any reasonable orfar. 166-H SVeftjeld ate. Hammond. Inu. 2-21-2 FOR SALE Reasonable. reed bab buggy in good condition. Rhor 2P2L Hammond. 2-21-2 f s : County of Lake In the Lake firejuit Court. No. 12o?. I.N THE MATTER OF PETITION OF HAMMOND SAVTN03 .vn TRUST ttosii'ANY. a cor.roiiArroN, TO CHANCE NAME NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME. Notice is hereby given that the HAM MOND SAVINGS AND TRFST COM PANY, h 1 'orpoia tiott. 1ms iip:i,d to the Lake Circuit four! of Coun'y and State to have its name chang:..l from "HAMMOND SAVINGS AND TRUST COM P NT " 'o that of "HAMMOND TRUST. AND SAVINGS RANK.- and that s'd petition and application will be presented to and heard by said'Oourt on Monoay. the 22r,d day of Arii!, at the Apri' term. 11. of saiU Court. Dated this 3th day of February, A. D. tris. lUMMlND SA'.'INCS AND TRUST COM PA NT. By FRANK HAMMOND. Secretary j Treasurer. V. 1. W lt.N riRT. A-'crney for Petitioner. WITNESS he 1' lerk end the Sfal i". sa id Court this 5th d of Fcbruarv. A. D IP IS. HERBERT L. WH FA TON. 'erk of the Lake Curtuit Court. Feb 7 1 C. IL WESTBERG LOSES HIS MOTHER E. Chicago Banker Moums! Death of Mother, Due ! to Pneumonia. FOR SLE 3 ft. .lohnpon 1 2S ft. Ii-.n p- jt. i f. Torrene With the many rt H.in.ii.oii-J t'li." price. Hammond. ORE -1 : t -.". f 1 ave.. $Sffl. ta-'torirji r.oit .hei lots are Address oJA. RM If; A INS. '--ating J hea a 1 Time". I 'OR SAL'S 110 Victor Colun.bia rec ords; 1 model I X Victiols Bargain. Geo. Maginakv. Ind. Harbor. Phone S44T. 2-J1-J THE STANLEY HOTEL AND BATHS Modem in everv av. Rates, $lf't and up. Room with Turkish Bath for men. $1. 50 and i:p. Open da and tught. Lames' bath open from a a. m. to r p. in. sni Washington st. Gar Itid. Fiiorm 3."!. 2-21-1 f For Rent HOME PRACTICALLY GIVEN AWAY. Brick. room and bati'. All modern, oak tinih, 6 ft iot. Ail irirroi ficcnts m and paid for; orth J5.20": will taVe 54.20'.' for quick sa: run at have "sb. Addreea t. 66. Times. Hammond. i-'flces sui'ab'.e fcF docfor 1 doors 1 2-1S-S I I "OR SALE j-room cof'e; elctric. gas ard jrarage: 5200 cash and terius. Apply. "21 -'rtiar sr. Phono ;.,2SK. or J. S. B!a:kmtin A- Co. JlammomJ. 2-21-3 FOR SALE 41-acre Unproved farm near Walkerton. Ind.. 20 acres in rye. Good for onions, etc. e S3 i'ui.iu. Address. C. M . T:ir.c. Ilamnttisd. IMMXDIAT1! OCCUPANCY FOR SALE. A foui-ro' rn lirme nn.l a. half acre ot" good blscic sroiir.d. the be?t eamen ground you tnn find, where you can raise potatoes, f ni.-coea. cr ru becta and in fn. t evei vth ng vou tired for the table. There are 12 fruit, tree and 6 grape -cir.es planted. Good chick en -oop, nd shed. Located on the South Side, only four blocks from street car line. price $t2fc0.o0: terms. $231.00 down bnl. 420 pep month. Eaaticga, Woodi U Co. Phone 51. Ham. S. &. T. bank Open Evenmgs. 2-21-1 FOR RENT or lawyer. 21L ic.th s from e'eeiat' st Ind. Ha r. FOR RENT Modern office tth uve of j Kaufman tv Wolf. Lion otoie. Hammond. 2-19-5 FOR F.KVT Good sued jrnrsge. f::y Mnynood ace. Pnote 102'?. Ham mond. 2-13-3 FOU RENT Furnish" d 7-room flat; rleotric 1'ght, hot water heat. ef'1 E State si. Phoiir; 372M. Hammond. 2-21-1 FOR RENT r-room unfurnished pn-'-i.ien 421. l..ijn 5'. rhone 114KW. Hi.n-.-.n. vo. 2-21-1 . : : . i THE STANLEY HOTEL AND BATHS' Modern :n every way. Rates $1.n" and tin. Room with Turkish Bath for! men. .Zn ud up. Open day and night. Ladies' lihs open from 1 P. 111. to! ; n. rn. "U asninston St. uen . mo. Phone 3". 1. 2-2 1-tf NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUNTY. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR CO'-RT. .JAM' A R Y TERM. 181S. ANNA G. rr.ET7.SCIl VS. BRUNO W. PRETZSCH. CAf'SE No. 17026. AC TION TO DIVORCE. Now com-cn the plaintiff by TVelli & StagoV:i. ".ovnf;.s, and 'I?? her com print herein, together with an afflda v:t of a competent person, showing that the defendant, Bruno TV. P -etitscli, .3 not a re'lcent of the State r,r Ind, ana. ?s d defendant is therefore hereby notified of the pendency of said act!on and that the g me w.i: signd for trial at the next term of sa j fvU;t. and that unlet he appea end answe.- e.r detuiu therein, at the eel; r.t .-.s-.if.'. or. the 22nd day of April, A. V). 191S, the same b'.ti? 'he lUth da? of the neit term of .a.d Court to be begun an si held in the Court J louse. Rooi.i No. 1. a: Hammond, :n said County and Sta'o, on the 9f oud Monday of Jltrcii. A. I 191S. said act on will be heard and dt term tried in h;s absence. In 'itne.s Whereof, 1 hereur.to set n.y hand end affi.g the Seal of sa.d Court, at Hammond, th's IDtb day of February. A. D. IftS. HEREER1 L. WltE TON. Clerk L. S. C. Fy Roscoe Hen stork, Deputy C!r; . 21.2S;7 The er.tj;o Calumet Region is mourn ing; today with C. A. Wesibers, v!e preuidcnt of the Ear'. CLicagj Cvm pnny, the First t'alumet Trust and Sav ings bank and the First State, Trust and Savings bank, in the t-ata of his motner. Mrs Georgira Frciericka West berg of Chicago, which occurred at 2 a. rn. todaj. Mrs. Wstberg had been pif k a week and a day and her death v.a; dui to pneumonia. The funeral will be from the family home, i'jl Marquette, road (formerly W". 7 tli street) Chicaso, Saturdat. Feb. .'i at 1 p. ni. J'rom the hott:e the re maitis will r.e taken to the Feii:li Evangelical Lutheran Bethel church. t2nd and Feoria streets. Inlci mer.t will be in Oak wood ceme'ery. ?Jrs. West berg contracted a told a week t go Wednesday. For several flays iittlo was thopght of the eiim-nf. tt h'ung believed that she had taken a rather ..ere cold. v. hich must take the course of all cold. On Saturday she became v ore pnd it v not Ions: b4 fote her condition became alarming. Pneumonia h;id developed and from then until the e-d. it as a hard fihf between ..fe and death. Sirs. Wcsth' rg s age. fov she ks 70. was against her, and sho continued to sink until death relieted her stiffermgs. The ducra.ird was bom in Sweden. She was the v idow of Fetor August Westberg to whom she was mirriod in 1876. She is survived by five children: C. A. Westberr. Misses El'a and Flor ence. Fred and Frank. Fred is the only one of tier h:ldren who has nvirried. Frank i3 a lieutenant of the 342nd regi ment s'atior.ed at Camp Grurit. Ail of he;- children were with her constantly from the beginning of her illness until the passd away. The blow to the family has been the greater owing to the faci that most of the children have made th.e;r home with their mother instead of scattering as most families do. after they have grown, to various pans of the count r. Mr. C A. Westberpa devotion to his mother, has been one of the beautiful traits in his character which has serv ed to endear him so greatly to his friends. RUSSIAN ARMY IS TO FIGHT THE GERMANS (Continued from ragj one.) rested: all the officials and ir.cir.tcrj cT the Zoviet. From Dvin-k. 125 ro'les east of Riaa, the r.emy is advancing toward Dskof. an important railroad enter about lr"J rmlee northeast of living and 17 3 miles j southwest of IVti-ograd. The Austro-Gt rmanr. arf c ricentrat ibg alone the southwestern front while force;.- of the Fkrttinia-Rada are con centrating at Brest Livvak under Gor man generals. Kizrr SI.tDS BAD XEFOXT. A report s received from Xieff to day that Rada had proclaimed accept ance of the Austro-Hungarisn protec toriate. The dispatch concerning Am bassador Francis and the allies diplo mats said they were to sail for Sin Francis which may have meant San Franciseo, but was garb'ed in cable transmission. This would be the only 1 comparatively safo route they could travel. On the r.orth the Finnish reo-' lution :s. under vay; on the ve"t and! nouth-west the Austro-Germans are ad vancing; white on the south the Cos sacks threaten. Premier L n;:. was the chief suvo ' cate of the wireless stent out from her . itMio-.iticing Russia's wsJling-ncps to aign 'the rroan peace. The opinion prevs :1s he re mat Trt ; rograU'8 fate v,;i; be cietiued within a fortnigh. Lonine's teport and df eistot: cj izu a peace caused a storm scene 'oy mem bers of the Left. The Pravada Ueciartd; "If G:i. i Tott -ir.au continues the war he w,l! restore the nobles and landlords and bankers. We will light to the last b.illt and man." The reace de'-islof, s i"--a '-ed a ter Iwo extra sessions. PoovoifUy. war commissary, reported the organization of sec-re of thousands of Red Guards. Members cf the ePtrograd garrison prepared for desperate dferis and are throwing up trenches around the city. German forces are attempting to cut the Libau-Rrnen tailmay. Tho Rus sians are retieating without resistenee. abandoning material and srntnur.it ion. Turkish troops hate appeared near Trebizond. captured recently by Rus s f a r, " (TRACTION INTERESTS REORGANIZE ,ed from re one. ftnantial interests, owning the bend? of the G. ar.d I. system, long in the hand" cf a rfcener. are the owners of th. Gory Street RaiLvats company. Plan of TinaaciiMr- The IndiaPH Public Service wauiit' ?:cii has authorized the fio'ation of i-d tit u res and i.rst taot ?age bonds in t!ie rehabiliatiori propt.-tM. Of the e;n -f,n0 Indiina capital stock allotted to ti holders of the foreclosed G. and I. b''i one-half ;s common, one-half is six t- r cent prtf erred. In addition 10 the : tv .. the bcndb.oldeis are to rereive $ v 0 0 -0 1- worth of debentures '20-ear fives) ai. 1 1 125,000 in first mortgage bor.tis, also ot the am- duration cud rate of intere"" t.s the debentures. Of the first mort gage bonds the authorised issue i 52 oOl.O'.'i arid ?-"1. "'. worth cf thc-ve feotiior liens have already been dispcje-l. of o meet intmodi.'ite 1 ehabiiiaticn b'i:1. These bonds commanded fi at sale. The Improvements. Improvements ii:' ludo the '-Qiit:o. of a r.un.ber o! new paseriie!- car; th extension e the new Gary fin mill, th new 11th avenue power station ii Gary and a feeder s-vstem that will increj1 ryivr Of; the v iio-te ll'ie. With additional eyu.pn-ent relief i seen for the Uroatiway lir.. serving ti e. steel nulls, tid the Hammond run, pa -t ron i zed by Standard Stc-i car worker.-. Officers of the reorganised compatt v are C. W. Cha.se. a Gary attorney an-l we'.l-lsno'vn traction expert, who was for years genital cotms-l of the G. and I 11. M. Scheldt of Gar? . secret ry-tr-yas-urer, and J. G. Phillip general super intendent. TTew Era Been. The Gary Street Railways 1 0111 pan v takes in the obi Garv and Interurban ruilway rompat-y. its ticcr s sor. the Gary and Interurban Railroad company's lme in Frof.dway and west of IJroadtay iu Lake count', and the East Chicago Re: -ways company. It is believed water is squeezed out cf the stock, that the road is now approaching a healthy basis, and that better service is In sight. With i' tl'iancial conditions ea--.d the chief prob lem ahead of the management at th.s lime is that of the "peak load-?": grea' est use of cars during s-upp-r and break fast hours. 33 THE STANLEY HOTEL Modern in every vay. and up. Room with Tu men. 51.51 and tin. Oner. Ladies' baths open from ! p. m. Sfn) Vashmrtun si. Phone 531. AND BATHS Rates. 1 1 MO 'Wish liath for day and night. a. m. to Garv. Ir.d 2-21-rf IN YESTERDAY'S TIMES I STATED that by joining our syndicate wur house rent would be free and that two large extra bed rooms should bring in at least 521 each mcnthlj, ar.d some expect more. Ij you realize that this amount wilt pay ? dividend of over 4 i r cent on '.he total amount invested besides l?,ke care cf the Interest on liw baisnr- due. pay the Insurance, water, taxes. e:c. and the party who build- the house will have h beau'iful home h live m without costing him nni nt for rent? Should any one ask for more? if interested phone 22 and I will trull plats, specification, ei-. Bn,j Vf,,, n' the off 1. e of G"st!m. M n Co. hcneer it suits ou. 2-21-3 'FRANK S PETZ. For Rent Furnished Rooms LEGAL NOTICES. PUBLIC SALE February 26. 1915, the undersigned will sell at public auc tion on the Joseph Schaller farm, two miles northwest of Dyer, three miles southeast of Glenwood, on the Ridge road, iour milea sou'h of Lansing, head of horses, including t bay juall.oii 4 cows, all young. 10 head of hogs. 2o dozen fhicltens. (all good layers). 1 doc. farm implements. Usual terms of sa'e. G. F. D is. John Klcmnie, Auctioneer; Frank Scheldt. Clerk. 2-13-1 SHERIFF'S SALE. FOR RENT 3 strictly modern light housekeeping rooms; hot witer heat. Good suite, consists of ; bed rooms. Phone 1776, or tail Oil Michigan ate. Hammond. 2-2')-1 FOR. RENT One modern furnished1 front room. 671 Oakley ave. Phone 7 062M. Hammond. 2-11-M FOR RENT :j rooms suitable for of fice purposes. 3tSt Guthrie St.: above! 5 and 10 cent stote. Ilaidoviclj Hidg . i "Indiana Harbor. 2-2ft- FOR RENT Furnished room: furnace heat; hot and cold water. tt1 Carroll st. 2nd fiat. Hammond. 2-21-t FOR RENT Modern ftirrished room; pn-'Htc family: near car line. l'G rot v st. Han-mond. Phone I:j J. 2-21-1 FOR RENT 't r -ores furnished for light i:"iifk.-pin g. 4C7 Jlr ; Phone !7".K. Ham loond. 2-21-1 FOR RENT 1 nnd ? rooms furnished for light ''Ott'ekeeping. 1'4 Hi-i,-orv 1 st. Phone 2350. Hammond. 2-21-1 j THE STANLEY HOTEL AND PATHS j Modern in every way. Re.fes Si. 01 and up. Room -with Turkish Rath for! men. 51..-.0 ind nr. Opfn 'l.v i- and -;ch!. ! ladies' bt:i- open from a. m. to: ! p. m. vf") Washington .:. Garv. Tnd. j Phope 0? 1 . 2-21-tf, FOR RENT RocttJ f"i' hotiseWeop-.rg: : a'! rcode-ri cn v.' 1: ience u "14 Indi- p.nn ate. TTi n rcn-i. 2--1-! i For Sale Motorcycles. , 8ND HAND MOTORCYCLES. iS'oi- i the time to make a deposit on the machine you want. Act quick. Our assortment largest in Lake County. .void on M"v pvmentc EXCZX.SXOK ATTTOCYCZ.E SAXES xecoac. 229 Sta'e !. Phone IMS?. K.vnmcnd. 2-21-3 AVanted to Buy State of Ind-a.na its. Count y of Lake. ) No. 1 6 S LI . ) Lake Superior Oou rt . November Term, 1?17. MARY KLEIIIEGE. PLAINTIFF. AND -ITI7.ENS GERMAN NATIONAL RANK. A CORPORATION. CROS5 COM PLAIN ANT s. CLARENCE I UOITM AX AND SADIE IIOi-TMAN. By lrlue of an ouier of sale to ti e directed from the Clerk of tlie Lake Su perior Court, I will expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the east door or' the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, on Saturday, the 9th Day of March, 1918. between the hours of fen o clock A. M and four o'clock P. M. the rents and profits for a period not exceeding seven years-, of the following described real e.s'.ite ;o wit: Ixts eleven nil nd twelve block one M Tow'e's Sec ond Addition to the r1ty of Hmmon-.2. Lake Coun'.t. In diana If sttd rents ar,d profits ti ill n"t "!! for a sufficient sum to satisfy said de cree, intercl arid .osts. I will at the same time and place offer for sale the fee simple in and to said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to ati-ify said judgment, interest, costs and accruing costs. Said sale will be tnadt w.thotit relief from valuation or appraisement taws. Taken a the property of Clarence T. Hoffman and Sadie Hoffman at the suit, of Marv Kieihege. plaintiff, and fit ir.cn German National Bank, a Corporation. Cros-Complain;rt. LEWIS E. BARNES. Sh-riff Lake County, Ind. ana. GEO R. SHEERER AND J. K. STIN- SON. Atty's for Plaintiff and Cross-Compla.n-an'. Feb 7-14-21 131? NOTICE OF A DJ1 1 N I ST RATION. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN WARGO. DECEASED. NO. 1741. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed executor of said Es'ate, by the Ju'ge of the Lake Suptnor Court. Said Estate is uproed io be solvent. WILLIAM PRICE. Executor. Dated Fbnsai IS. 1315. Feb 21-28 Mch 7 !5IS NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Or THE ESTATE OF TEEN A A. SWETS DK VR1ES. DECEASED. NO. t7 5(j. Notice is hereby given that th- un dersigned has been appointed executor of siid Estate, by the judge of the Lake Superior four'. Saul Estate is supposed to he solvent. JOHN DE YRIES. Ei.ccglor. Da.t.d February "s- 1?!?. Feb 21-25 Mch 7 131S NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION'. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VINCENT TSKAS. DECEASED. NO. !75. Notice is berly given the K, t1-!-dn signed has been appointed executor of said Estate, by he Juris? of the Lake Superior Court. Said Esiate is suppo-d lo be solvent. JOE JUSKAS. Executor. Dated February 1. !!!. Feb 21-2S Mch 7 1915 -rMMi?5mMMtiHHjnnj GET YOUR LOAN WITH An o!1 ret)ab ctmpanv I'ke the PROVIDENT. LOAlfl TIOM 935 TO 300 on Furniture. Pianos, Victress, l.ixi siotk and Office Fixtures vvuliout retr ov si. REM KM PER There is No CHARGE for our Pf-ivico no' t'.eri intci'it !'i ad anre. FflOM i Til V) MONTHS TO REPAY TOUR LOAN PLUS ;v f INTEREST. LOANS AN YW HC, RE IN" LAKE COUNT T. ll. Write or I'hone jfj. Private and Conflfen ia). INLAND GEN. SUPT. .PATRIOTIC WORKER John W. Lees Gives Time to District Exemption Board. The Twin Cities, which have aifcrd ed innumerable examples of patriotism, have one busy executive, who is not tovj busy to help out Uncle Sam. He is John W. Lees, general super intendent of the Indiana Harbor steel works, coke ovens and blast furnaces Of the Inland Steel Company, who is serving on the district exemption board Mr. Lees, who directs the activities of 5.000 steel workers munition mak ers ha trent meet of the winter at Laporte. an3 gives on an average of five days a week. He with others mem bers of the tllttrict board have care fully and judicially reviewed all pleas for exemption originating in northwest ern Indiana. Eecause of his knowledge of the steel and iron mdustrv . Mr. Lees has been of invaluable assistan:e tu his colleaguea. SECURITY LEAGUE IN CONVENTION ! Bt I nlted Press . 'HIC'AGO. Feb. 21. Uigintr univer- al training a definite war finance prog-am. Governor Lowden of Illinois to day opened the conerress of nations! seiv.ee l'.aj-e. Adoption of thee poli ces "wcild shatter th hope of the Central Empire that we may beeo.r.e war weary," he said. "Tf our people enderstand th wr '.r.eaung they w;i; nay the price of victor- whatever it may be. It is our second war for in- denend'n'e. Former president Taft. and the gov-fino;- of eie-t.t. stsle, a!e expected to address th congress. The Sta.m!ey j Hot and Bath Modern in every way. All rooms tmt ide rooms. Hot and cold running water in every room. He&t of furniture. Slumberon hair mattresses. Why not have the best, it don't cost you any more. Only one block from Broadway, but far enough from all nerve shatter ing noise. Kates only $1 a day and u. special weekly rates to ye.rmaueni guests. Our Turkish Baths are the best there is. TJooms with Turkish Baths. 1.50 and up. Inspection invited. B -sner-tfulh. Ml Jill i The Stanley Hotel and Baths 800 Washington St., Gary, Ind. Phone 531. LOAN BKOVIDKXT CO. 145 and L"'i East S.it s Fanania Rjiidtnc. N'ct to Orpheunj Theater. Hammond - Indiana eet t: RUDKHTHr.ntTinvHiiti tvp Ey ytl MEAT. AND TOOT THE TI 1 F. 1 OH kSKm m I , . . i - . T-frg3 M B4TITI 1 E. fTTnTa " 1 1 1 "" " ','"', i' - . ' feff gjai v. - - - - . . , , .. ... -. - . ... Sii -' ' -' in. PUBLIC AUCTION 1 4 , . , Pt, ' -1 a . -t SnMi'Ji-'KsfttMiitittitjjio.- WANTED TO BUY A young s.ngie comb Elack Minorca roo?tev. Phone Hammond 2J-f. 2-19-3 WANTED TO RUT A cood square top trunk. Add'ess. H M. Tmes. Ik. mmond. 2- 2 1 -2 "iJT pntffn the A. - A. Dairv.l t::T ti and Pa fish ave., md :',7 1 tl Iv Tndiaj-ia H.vrbor. las eTung. :J -sd'Cs pocketV-ook conta 'ning J!0, re .'rd tf rfurned to the Dairy, (ndinr.a t-I rbo Miscellaneous AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS 209 success ful dea,ers in the middles west sU i'ic Faige Motor Cars. Thi territory la open. For further information call Mr. oley at iue :)..e Hotel, jnuraoay, alter :; ?c m. Hamrvond. WANTED TO RUT A bort Harbor on u.rtaliment.-: be good. Plioi.c jm. !-. :-i Ird.ar.a ili-'n must 'hi': ago WANTED TO FUY Corn. Addrss Ilia Sliola, To!ieon Ind. P. O Fyv 'op. 2-2't-S -! 9- 1'1'MMT URK REPA1 Rl NG. n-HOi.5 vr.(.:is:. ko; ci.evning. A" v 'tl; gi'.a ' 0':'.-ed LKE COi s'TV UPHOLSTERING CO.. 27 K S'aie Si. Phono .'MS. Hammond. 2-20- 1 FOR RENT Vut niahed room- light and modern. !l Vil!ams si. Phone llr.5. Kumnnri'1 2-21-2 THE STANLEY HOTEL AND BATHS Modern in every way. Rais i.0' and un. Koo-n with Turkish Rath for men. '1.50 and up. Open oa v and night. Ladies' hath open from 9 a. tu. to '.' p. ir. '00 Washington st. Gary. Ind. Phone 3.13. 2-21-tf For SaleHorses and Cattle FOR SALE. Voting, sound team: wngnn and harness: quick sal- .lie,i. ph.-n So. Cltioag,, S72. 2?1j .11. 9 if I s: . Chi cago. 111. 2-1S-5 FOR SALE !lore. t'all 2. 4S Torience e. Phone 247. Hammond. 2-l"-: NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Notice i hereby- given to th citizens of Hammond. North Township. Lake County, Indiana, that the undersigned. GorK Then, is a male inhabitant and resident cf aid City, Township. County) and Stat, nd over the age of twenty-j one years, that he has resided m the) State of Indiana for more than one yrarj and in the "it y of Hammond. North . Town:litp. Lake County. Indiana, for! more than sii (t) months prior to thf ! c;,v t-f this notice, and is iual::1ed ' voter thereof and a rtature!iaed citj-J ien of t.-.e truri ciin or America and of good moral character; that he will apply to tn Board of County Com missioners of Lake County, at Crown Foint, Indiana, at its March, 1S1I. ses sion, for the renewal cf a license to sell at rta:l. spltitous, vinous and malt liquois in less quantities than five gal lons at a time and permit the some to be drunk on the y -em sea vthtre sold, sa id license liere'ofei granted by the Board of Commissions . on the 5th day of March. I?t7, and issued by F.dnaTd Siiron, Auditor of said County, for the period of one year from said date, and fha precise location tvhre said tn-ox-ieatir l.ipiots ate 'o be sold by the rro- irti-a-siJ yi..f. ai'4!ljtAiA',')-'..,'rCT $5 Decide on tke 2 Amount You Want Soer mil then come and see us Oms is a personal serv ice and not a mere mut ter of making a lean atrangirg lepayment to suit sou!- convenience, etc , g;mg ou court eous a'.wt'.tien elwavs. WI Alt A 1EOAL lATt LICINSID COM PANY. 35c lat, on $10 for 1 Me. Othr stuns at same ratio. Otn?TF o fu-ntture. piano or like tecurity. or if permanently employ ed, advanced money on their own note. LOANS ANTWKX JUK IS CALUMET ISTI47T. LOANS OIT WATCHI! AltD DIAMONDS. Lak8 Co. loan Cd. 23 timbc Bleck (Orer Idea sore.l 1 Hammond, IbA. iPhoae 318 - 4 6. -.9 ImJi IC A BALANCE OR i rt n is? mem. w mmtiwe POSITIVELY EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD IN MERCHANDISE AND U FIXTURES RAIN OR SHINE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER WITH OUT RESERVE. SALE STARTS SALE ENDS Thursday, Feb. 21st Friday, Feb, 22nd 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. and 2 P. M. to 5 P. M. and 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. 7 P. M. till all is sold out. 1 Consisting of Bedroom Sets, Brass and Iron Beds, Sanitaiy Cots. Couches, Davenports, Springs, Mattresses, Cribs, Book Cases, Waist Boxes, Screens, Itlirrors, China Closets, Kitchen Cabinets, Wagons and Sulkies, Dining, Exten sion, Library and Center Tables, Clocks, Lamps, Chairs, Rcckers, Desks, Cabi nets, Phonographs, Baby Carriages, Oil Stoves, Gas Ranges, Gas Plates, Fold ing Beds, Cots, Sanitary Couches, also Fixtures, Signs, Platforms. ALL TO BE SOLD BY COL. ROY COLVER, AUCTIONEER, at The Royal Furniture Co. 'A 22 WEST 5th AVE. GARY, IND. t 4