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Fi-idar. April 12. 1918.
THE TIMES. Page Five I PERSONAL i SOCIAL NEWS Ft reel I.-idh-.'' A ill Society tuck 1 yesterday afternoon at lh' bono William Bolhwell. The members i the afternoon .'-wln(; in nprous for the sale they will bold in the near future. Mrn. Grace l,ukeinMn will If hostess fct the mci ting next Thursday at tTiion. The Ladies Society of the FvanKellesl fhuTh h.-lii its monthly "cetfe" social yesterday afternoon tt the church hall In Sibley street. The nicotinic was hi-! tended by sixty m inters mid pilosis.! They re enter tMitio.l with music dur-j in kt the itternooii aiul nt the close re-1 freshments were scried by the follow ing: hosteses Mr.", Schalow. Mrf. Slrid -. Mrs. Hitter. Mr. Kippe. Mrs. . Rci.Oi- ers anil Mr? . Ken re rs ?um i was realized Ml the me. ting w! nli Will be KtVCn to tie: lied ("i.e.-. , IRMVED III THL? The congregation H. i n-Al will hold di vine erv iocs this evening at th" Temple, "r.5 Kast Slblev street. The K.'V. Ir. liiiMiK.ei will offi. into iiml preach an appropriate sermon. All mi mbi rs ft the congregation are uiKod to attend. COKIKa events. ; Miss Ilose Lee Nasle will have the members of the P. A. M. Club us her rueat.i this evening at her home in Kim-! bach aier.ua. The Kind's Heralds w ill meet Satur-j day afternoon with Harold Vahrier. -- 'r,au(thter Day" will be observed hy . the Hammond Woman's Club at its! meeting Saturday afternoon at the Ma- J sonn- Temple. The program will be aj "Rfiue of the Fnuhtrs of Our Allies ' j in costume and an interesting feature! of the pro cram will be the liarp num bers by Miss Ruth ('shorn who is a con eert soloist. Miss Osborn is a sister of Mr, Charles H. Favers of Hammond! The story hour at the Hammond puh and Is her truest. The program for the, Jjo !a,rH,.y w, v. i,rd a! (he usual hour r.ffernoon is a very attractive ! and, , llld.,y fr., ,,,n lo eleven o'clock Miss will he riven following a brief business; p.j.-h.irdsoii will be the stor -tell. r. session of the club whih is ealled for j three o ciorK. The members t the Home; Hammond Temple No. " economics department will meet at th Ws Wll (,,,., Hn importar temple at two-thirty o'clock for the j , this . teninp at th" 1 Transaction of lmportat business. j , nilmi)n -or,.,.t u " i arc urseii .,. tind. The Sophomore class of the Went- j worth h!h school pave a Ty enjoyatfe j There -nil! V..- n meeting Saturday banquet last evening at the school h"' ' j P on .n at s. irn oVh rk of I'oieas Ue for the class members and their teach- j i,.,;;:,i, lo.U-e at the I. i . o. hni! in !" The supper was in two courses; $staW. M ,;. lnttation of following- which the cening was 'i--j .auj,dates will' feature th- t. eurie l with dellphtful frames and danc-1 destred that all ineml t)g. There were covers laid for Mr. and - ,.grr tuini be present. Mrs. A 1'eaver. Vrofessor Hairy Muth.j tee Misses Vivian Simpson. I.ette and j Aj, n.,niPers .f 11 ttr.m Mrpuerite Hack. Elizabeth Wtnkler. firtha Phlmnn. I.oulse Slirum. Arnieda Tuzard. Lillian Conwisher, Anna Bolde. Iiorothy Siavln. Messrs. Pottplas. Pat'erson. N'.Tman '"K in7.T". Theodore Freeling. James Kelly. Hi. h ard Zimmerman. Fred Kahenhorst. Gor don. Norton. Freek Hack, George Rule. V.alter and Otto Peters. U. S. Arrest Couple in Chi cago Hotel Raid; Her Hustand Lieut? WILL KEEP LIST OF BOND SLACKERS ryihian :-is-busiiu ss s s- of P. Temp! ' a !1 Hi' inhere i etas-; ot eetir.jf .m l rs of lh- 'illi'.r;o. April 1 i Elaborate fcl foit.s were made last mcht to oneeal iiietitities of a younir woman and an ! eld. ily man who were arrested In tri 4 Ht oort hotel yes' rday, where they ' w.-i-e registered as man and wife. Tho ' in in. It was learned, told the local office i of U:e de partment of Justice that he waa professor in tin- I'niver.slly of t'hlengo The woman admitted nh waa married, husband being a Texas man, now ser ir.K with the army In France. H Is a lI'lltetlHtil. Register From Oary. The eiuide arrlvei at the hotel at ! o'clock jesjerday morninp. The dis parity m their ag. s can -e.l the hotel po!e to suspect that they were not married and an m est i; i ion whs Start ed. Evidence indicating the guest wer there under iifut:ii'i name was found w h.-ii a sei.re.h of their tutorage was "! 1 1 ma.!". Th registered as man and wife, from G'.ry. I'n.lei tin- ree, jitly estaldished rule t! ii le". Is n i.ift report to the federal a'l'.horttn s all v,s.-. wh.ei e persons potte. us ntari'i. il .ouples in order to jptt roofas, , th.- hotel n,anai;euient then called tha man and wionan to the olllce and notl- j lied Chief Ciahauirh. Operative Allen I w .-nt to ih. hotel and a r rented th The man who is financially able to buy one or more Liberty bonds, and refuses to do so. will be carded, anr his name filed in an .index to be kept by govern ment officials. The persons whe are financially unable to buy bonds will not be listed, or be embarrassed in any way by the index of names of persons whe are able but not willing to aic the government in the present crisis. Township cha;rmen are asked to report the names of such per sons, and the list will then be carefully gone over by the coun ty committee, to see that no in justice is done to anybody. A committee will visit the men listed, and if they still persist, the names will be reported tc the federal reserve director of sales. Welch displayed rather the dramatic feeling of il.c a.iress than the mere technique of elocution. The s'-i' etim.s were spit r.d idly rmdered Sergeant Van of the Belgian army and Sergeant McKay of the Canadian army, gave Interesting talks. There was Rood music by an orchestra of the American Federation of Musicians who are donat ing their services liberally to the third liberty Lean drive. .nond w ill do hr v share " The om nittee is coni;i(,ff.-l of Joyepll NitK. chairman. A. G. lenv.-r. p-' if tary, Paul M usche w Icz. Rudolph Bera i and May or 1'aul Kamradt. SISTER CITY is imn FOR DRIVE Chanrncn Joseph Nitz of tl.e Liberty bond sales committee and chief of I'.. lire announced this niornlr.p that the active sale bonds In West Hammond started todav. At noon In tlo- neighbor hood of f 15.000 worth of bonds had oetn subscribed. "We are oing to go over the top," said Chief Nitx to a Tlnus reporter. 'Our fi"ota is $75,000 and we hope to rea"h the $100ii(i mark before the drive comes to a e-Iose." H. C. GREEN WITH DRAWS FROM RACE II. r. Green, chief deputy under C'Tro- ner Granam, lociav wnaoiew iiom ...... , race for the republican nomination for! sheriff, statin that his dutie.s in the: coroner's office prevented his making a campaign without nefibe'injf them. TOB COUNTY SUJBTEYOS. Editor TIMES: Kindly announce to the republicans of Lake County that I will be a candidate) for the office of County Surveyor before! the ic-publican primaries i n May 7th. 4-12- WM. J. KI'X'U.. HAMMOND MAN LOSES HOPE 'Tor in years I suf-i d severely from stomach trouble. The doctors said I had cancer of the stomach and nothing would do but an operation. I took my last round of Mm r's Wonderful Remedy I''., years ago. Since then I sleep well, eat what T want and feel r,ne." Tt is a simple, harmless preparation that re moe the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract aid allays th Inflamma tion wbich causes practically all atom- I ach, liver and intestinal ailments. In- eluding appendicitis. One dose will con I vinee or money refunded Summer j J'harmaey. Kirigelry PruK Store tn Gary, I Central Prutr Store in Indiana Harbor. Adv. AT THE UNITY HALL Entree at 8. Music by Conrath's Orchestra. -t llam- 1 ... 1 I.o.U-. No j ' '!!,. ,c. 210 K. of 1". who are B..imr .. n't.'ml the; monies to ciaDaugtt. Attwood lecture at Gary Saturday even-1 . eonf.-s.sed in the office of Mr. d to take 7. "ii n. m. ;. laoaiiKn am were men mKfii I'.f.ror .1... nn.l 1 1' linia n street". I'.'-irict Attorney Cine. who cross mc are urt ! & I. ear at Corporal Harry Newman returned to hi This week's meeting of the Tine ROLLER SKATING us AT INDIANA QARDENg : RINK : EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAY DANCING ON SATURDAY NIGHT. Music by Sterling's Orchestra. LtNNEMAN & MADURA, Props. Mike adura. Mgr. Fort Constitution. N. H . y strrday er a ten da- furlough spent with paier.ts. Mr. and Mrs. William Newman. It's Ogdeu street. j Miss l-osa I.autman of Kenwood has: returned, after a few days' isit. witlij relatives in Chlciro. j Mrs. Russell droit of how is street: has Mrs. William McT'onabl of Indian-j apo'.is as her g'je-t for a few flays. I Thirty members ol th- liapti nn's I'nion were m attcnilite 1 ireetin yestcrda afternoon at of Mrs. I. H. Nelson. ZZ K.isi Silo v ! street. The n.ec'tng v. a - in . hartie of J the Bible study pai m. nt nnd fhe study of the afternoon wm ico ; 1 d by Mrs. Floyd H Adams. Miss Ida K.iss ou. st i.ineci tio-m. ITe is belif.od to hav I'imii't'M '.lie.n to go without reciuiriti Ble b ITls. i f t hem t o NEW CASES IN CIRCUIT COURT 12 been W Tie- neim pi 1. r grave, the n.usical prot;. it' voted the soci-G hi sewing and knitl.nc ! Yesteria" f t en c "'n ;;;e u:r.V.' 1 i the f.i'th divisioti of the M. K i.a Aid society we.f. ntertnm d by M: A. Shephrrd at. her homo in M.'tj ' Mrs. A. K. Wi!eo and Mrs. E. A. i officers f the genera,! Aid sooielj gufsfs. I'lans were made for ent li b. r-- dies s. J : t ee! o-"n v. ere 1 t : il i - I SfrciAT. To The Timbs CKuWN CcdNT. I NO.. April The follow. n; new etisiej have tiled ;n the circuit i-ourt: 1 24.15 --Win. tdankensh vf Chas. T. i'rynit. et el. i.ntet tills. Kniaht : : : ' i-ii.a n s. i.-ni -. . Gaty -i- 'ties Co. a "ovporation. Alexand- e, Ti :':c ii!.. "t n!. Fort' lose tax 'on .''rid o'liet title. Ge.,e K. i i e rsh .ea n. 1 1 1 i 1 ( Mo : es Refrigerator Co. vs hi'i-iiMi Rf ig!:a ft. On a "count. F. R. Marine. 1 : 1 12 - First Sti:. Rank of H -bart v Ci ;. s 1.. f-wanson, et a'. H. H. 5. ;t enii-l" W.asi'ing Machine vs. I'.ri-.'ti.'in rt-JKhaeft. On note. R R. Reddieoid. 14 In the matter of application ! u-11 ens- of John Vuraiti A PI ! t t orn Con iiii"isenei s' Vo I V G. W't ish.- :... !. 2,500 PERSONS HEAR AMERICAN j ALLIANCE TALKS j (Continued from paga one.) ', Fniu-d States coernment sending spies ' Into a friendly country with money 10 bribe and Incite. Rather w lov e to think of the America that freed poor, lit tht Cuba. J "If Germany wins this war the world! will larse into the night of paganism, i P'j you think God would enter into j.art-j nershlp with a Gern.sn kaiser to invent a gun to shoot scveiity-hve miles and drop bombs in a church in I'aris and kill women and childten gathered thero; to wf.rship? I "If every other nation in creation isj defeated America w ill never be conquer-j ed b the Hun. Victory shall come 10 America though the tramp of our EOl-j diers shake the tarth." As Inman concluded his speech fhej I audience rosa tu its feet cheering. j 1 Mrs Vaugh Rell sang very effectively a patriotic number. "My Own Ff.it.dj I States." with Mrs. W. IT Mikefch at the j I piann. j Mrs. William S. Welch, w lie of Scr-i ! geant Welch, gave two readings. "iri 1 t'i..jr. I.'ij.II" an.4 "(llil C.lorv " Mrs I iRHEUMATISM LEAVES Of course many of fur V mond citizens euhs-rlbed to tht In Hammond and that will cut into our total considerable but the com mittee are hard at woik and W. Ham- B!833S3SZZ3S& CARD OF THANKS I In appreciation to those w ho w ere most kind in the last Illness and death of our mother. Mrs. Johanna Ostrom, we desire to ..upress our heartfelt thanks in Rev. Arthur Johnson for his words of comfort, to 1. it. E. of Vikings and I. ( . V., to the neighbors and friends lor the many beautiful floral offerings. MR. AND MRS. PETERSON. MR. AND MRS. T. NELSON. 4-12 MR. AND MRS. J. MI!I..SOX. Stunning New Styles in j Women's Oxfords' at very special prices. 1 n 'j ie re ...... 7. r Xf.i- Special Prices for This Week S3.00 Harting Scotch $3.50 Shoes. Harting Scotch $3.C0 Shoes ... 2.75 Harting Scotch $2.50 Shoes .... 1.95 Men's Army Shoes. $3.75 to - 5.50 Vici Tan Dress $7.00. now 6.00 FIRST CLASS REPAIRING Reliab e Shoe Store M. SHUBACK, PROP. '5 STATE STREET. HAMMOND, I N D. 'jpaorrinncno . 4 ;npr r-n-i Theatre 1 mjr the en tiii society nnt Wedr. s:a 1 jmaim. SS ! afternoon at th" home of M . R.-rter. j aaaaaaH. 41 May street, and for ar. t nti ! taint l. n i I "Carnival of I)a; '' to b- fivtn it; tl Yi near futute. I Mr. and Mrs. Law ret;., e i...n..b of 17 i T'ot.'- street, eh'ertained at 6 ." to. k dinner last evening' in hon r of .lo ir sou bulletins TO-NIGHT and Saturday 5 Acts of Supreme Vaudeville ; Earl of Fort Thomas, K , j eently made quartermaster returned to Fort TIh-ims after a rive. -Ha;- fm-iouKh t- mond. Several out of town entertaii.ed at the d tit-.-r. PIKSONALS. Attorney John A. Cavi 1 SaKir.aw, Mieh., for a few 'with his mother. w I was pe- ierg'-atlt. II" a t e v e n i e - ti- in Ham tities's were as g-c da ;. s' Featuring THE PASSING SHOW Others W. E. Whittle Challis & Lambert Carrie Wolford Joe and Vera White "Bull's Eye" Fri. and Sat. Bernard Gavit who received a me.iicai discharge from the iiavy reieialy. left Wednesday night for Washington v.-hen-he expects to into fverniiicr.t v.-rk. Ladies Free Friday night when ac companied by a person holding a 30 eect paid ticket purchased before 6 p. m. Friday. Admission 10, 20 and 30c. SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2:30. Kalaerism menneea 1)I Whew siMler .IK life can't you IXVE1T monrG mi "GASCARETS" TO SIGK,JILIOUS CHILD Harmless to cleanse the liv er and bowels and sweeten the little sour stomach. By VILLIAM FHII.Z.IP SIMMS. M'w: I'c.ss Cahifo.ram 1 WITH TH BRITISH ARMIES IN TRANCE, April 12. Tha fcattle a.round Arrncaticres has 'been returned with re- Deep Seatsd Uric Acid Dsposlts Are DisaolTsd A tb Klisn.matls Poison Starts to Ltare th System Within Twscaty-f our Kowm. j Exery drimttist in the count rv is au 'honted to say to every rheumatic suf- ferer In taU vicinity that if two bottles ! of Allenrhu, tlie sure cori'j'ierer of I rheumatism, doe not stop a:l agvuv floribled fni'y. Th snsmy has passed! reduce swollen joii.'.s and do away with ! th lolo and Law stree-roe in the di-' 'vn 'he sHtrhtest twtti;e of rhe imatic ; , . , . pain, he will gladlv return your money rectlon of S. Tenant (men said a half I uhfl.Jt colntI1nt. ) nuiea rest 01 Jisxavresj anti are an vane- Aiienrhu has i.een trieu and tested for ing beyond S'eenwerck. Some ground was lost in ordsr to con form to the movement to th south. H'vri: l'i:.-:ss ''ahleoram ) LIVERPOOL, April 12. "American labor is ready to extend Its hand to r aiin labor as soon as pac is sigrnad not hefore," James Wilson, American lahorlt, declared, hers today. "Up to that point America will spend Its last dollar and shad its last drop of blood." Tha American delegation of nln, in. clncling two woman, arrived her today. Most of the delegates ar hifh officials in their own lahor crffanisations. Th labor delegates cam her to confer with workmen of other tilled countries on war problems. Tfcsjr will b guests of the house of commons, Monday. years, and rally marvelous results have been accomplishe J in the most severe rases where i he suiTerlnK and asony w as Intense and piteous and whuie the ia t lent wa helpless. Allenrhu relieves at once. Immediate! v after you start to take it the pood work begins. It searches out the uric acid de posits, dissolves the secretion and I drives rheumatic poison out of the body through the kidneys and bowels. It's marvelous how iiulcklv it actv i Hlessed relief often comes in two days.. and even in cases where Hie suffering ia most painful all traces disappear in a few days. Mr. James TI. Allen, the discoverer of Allenrhu. who for many years suffered the torments of acute rheumatism, de nlros all sufferers to know that he does not wm a cent of anyone's money un less Allenrhu decisively conquers this worst of alt diseases, and ho lias in structed pharmacists to guarantee it in everv Instancy A d v ui. a t Lit i -i j .. s Heautiful r!a!n Toe Oxfords with high curved heels, black or brown OJ kid. Priced special -. Women's High Shoes $1.45 These consist of patents tans, suedes and dull leather, button and lace, sizes broken. On table for easy picking $1.15 I HAMMONDS (J LARGEST BOOT SHOP 167 state street. "THE STOKE FOB YALVtS." MODERN SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT THE BEST POSSIBLE ' U'- -Tfr" e-s 3 Vlr t- - f , S 1 1 jj.ii "i; t c u-t tl.e: s. (.oitre. Piles and Stricture dr't ntion from business. NF.rtYOrs. WEAK. I'F.P"1'. EXT A.N'D I.iISCi iFKA'tKU MKN AND WOMBN should sell" this op portunitv to CFT SOUN.' AN1' WELL. I am c-iring many v.b... na.i long; despaired. Frocrastination is dangrerous. TEARS ;- fft'CCK?PFFt, EX PERIENCE i" tl. n RE Of Pf'.v Disease is your ijuarantee of my ability to treat your trouo'.e ah.oij: safe and se'entifi.; lines. If -uur a is CCRAPLE I CAN" CFRF tOC. If it is not I will tell ott so. .'I not hold out false h 'pes or prem ises, nor will I take ineuiabl.? V titnts. I examine each case thor oughly and (five rt'y conscientiouf opinion as to its reqir.i entente. Specific Blood Poison, with us at tendant coi-nplieations. successfully treated b'' mv method, whi '. lips the endorsement, of the p: ,fes; i.ti throughout the world. My plan of dealine with disease of the Fdsd der. Kidneys and Prostatic Olami have quickly cured hundreds of tnt.-. to suffer when relief can so easily be cared niltiit the nse f knife and withcut. LA I) IKS Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma Cured. suffering with any of the diseases peculiar to their he.-, an cord. ally invited to call at my office for consultation anil ltd See. I will conscientiously explain your condition and advise you as tj tl.e requirement? of your case. Fees Kensonalite. Terms Liberal. Here io May. Xo Charge for Examination and Advice. liotirs. 9 to II. 1:3" to 5. 7 to 8. Sundays. 3 to 1. No Hours Thursday Nights. l.ir. F.. STAVK STREET. IlMMOU, ID. at the So Hot 7 Coming Sunday Acts Supreme Vaudeville. irci Q4 t Qi L cS 5S tll m gWORK WHILE YOU SLEEPj for Friday and Saturday Children's Hats a Specialty From 49 up to $6.00 We renovate your last year's hats. Hats Trimmed Free. ANKFORTH AT SHOP 184StateSt. Hammond Friday as$d Saturday Mp?h t2-t3. For 2 Bays Come early and avoid the rush. Below we list a few of our many bargains. ; Y our "Nifty" '! rami lat ."(.1 Sugar, lb. '?pst Salt Hutter ,1 Dish Free N M(T(k-ns Peerless Milk v Eagle Milk Tip Top Milk Navy Beans, lb Oil Sardines Snuler's Catsup Baked Beans, large eans Early June Peas. . . . Fancy Com, 0 i ,ar,vc Jar Jam Kunkel Coeoa, 1 2 lb. can Me Jar Mu tard. . . . Tetlry's Teas (irawlina"s Powder Good Peas Best ('coking Potatoes, peek V 20 Large Can Salmon 22 Apple Butter, large jar ..-12 5 lb. Bag Flour 35? Humford Baking Powder. 1 lb. can 22? Downey Nut Margarine 30? ..18? ..16? .15? . : 7io? .25? . . 15? .25? .15? . .18? .10? ..15e .15? . .11? Tomato Soup 10? Tomato Pulp iy Jello 8? Peanut Butter .23? Kitchen Klenzer 4? Herring m lomato Sauce Red Beans Fresh Duek Eggs .... Best Farm Eggs Strictly fresh. Good Santos Coffee. . 0. G. Blend Coffee... Best Peaberry Coffee Roasted Barlev Try Our 40? Teas. First Prize Creamerv. .43? Gold Medal Creamerv. .41? i Solid Gold Creamery. .39?; Sycamore Creamerv ...37?! Try Our Country Rolls. 32? ! Compound Lard 28?, Downey Nut ' Margarine 30? Yellow Ameriean i Cheese 29? Brick Cream Cheese. . .25? Limburger Cheese . . . .30? Swiss Cheese 40? Pels Naphtha Soap, 10 bars 63? .15? 12? .59? .34? .18?! 25? .25?1 .10? Ipring Suit Is here waiting for you at the remarkable low price of from Ha?) - ,Vr p. ft 5 H Ml-rVW I 1 ii a. and Up Call today and let us give you a try-on uf one of our hand-tailored nifty looking suits. You know they are guaranteed to fit. Work manship the best money can hire. These suits formerly sold from $25.00 to $35.00. Come in today for your pick of these special bargains. M ax Levin & Cos H3 STATE STREET. OPEN EVENINGS. HAMMOND, IND.