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TWIN CITY ml rx 1 R Vb SZ U CSV i SiV !i Kntli.rlne Konsril, v OlroH .ve., I'Iki.ic r plpaari! to irlte and receive Surlal nevtt and a.l vcrtlstng for '! hr Time. To n.-.i thoroughly familiar:" "ic :tun.'r.it-v t. aarding the registration f women mot publicity is )eirta asked a nd the fi'!li-'win sia:'.ir. iry given. The '"ourcil if National Dc.'ense was" itp r,tei y t r.f "nn erf s s to denl with BAGKRCHE KILLS! TVm't mke th futal mistake of ne lectlng l:t rn.y em to bo a 'strop! li'tie ba. Uache." Thera Isn't nv such thing. It may b th ftrat warning thai your klrinev are not working properly, and throwing' off the poisons as they should. If th.1 is the rtia, gr sftr tha ru of that haiknche and do it iuickly. or you tnav find yourself In tha pip of an Incurable diabase. WLT Haarlem Oil C"rsule give almost lnimi!.t raitaf from kidney and Madder ttwiMes. -which may be. the ur.susi scted (muao of general ill ;aHX H'L) MS1UL Haarlem IMI Cjpaulea ar imported direet from the laboratorlea in Holland. They are pre pared la correct quantity and conven ient finrm to tke. ni are positively CuaraAtoed to stve prompt relief, fir yojr mooer wtU b refunded Get them at any dray arore, but b aura to Insist on the GOFD JiEDA L brand, and rake r. 1 P th .& la Ji.aies . re 9 hip Ail v. the internal problem of the country ! arising from war cond Stions. In order to meet the problem of lahor, a. wom an's war ifii'Ui nec,ds to be taken for the purpose trf placing a war value on t'ai h individual woman and at the same time women are given an opportunity to register for 'willing service. Uhr paid cr volunteer To nation, st.it" or i ( ii!!!::n:i'iry rn s-r : 'e is n or ex pected of any woman except, wnat she. may freely offer, but she is requested by the novel ri'iir nt to register In any 1 foe that tii.' women's war may ho orr.pl.-te. Tills ivnsnj will ho taken in Indiana Harbor beginning April IP. jam! ! n day following M v . O. F :ee- 1 !i.s-it. f ha ; i' in 1 n of ! ;; ' st ri t ion o; Wo men request. s all com mi 1 1 e. -s and a- ' :tanta to ir-ct nt th- Indinna Harbor llbravv t!il oveiunu ;i t i w. i l t o'cloi k Tor ilnal 1 n : r ii r t l.'ii s r-ardint thf : Vpm.'ii' War '.!. The following appointments have been made in the mrio is prf .'inrts; Mrs. N. A. ?fe-n-hroff. li; Mrs, Krtnk f.-illahan. 12; Mrs. H. Ryper, IS: Mr. A. H. Sauibor, 14: Mr li.hert Anslcj. IT: Miss Kstolle Hs-bauirh. 1. Mr. Mi.lnd Krlck. IP: Miss Ma- Fiislfhni.pl. : Miaa Edna Hurkmin, a teacher at the Hiley school has rhn.'se i.f the registration tac!i rrs at the Kile;.- and Lincoln school. There will be regular meeting ' f P. i K. this evening. All Klk. tr ;rf?e(l to le pves'nt. 4-1S HMtTI TV THKITHK TOMt.HT, t-'.xtra: Hla Minw. The Serial or un der, the- l.cst l'plsad of the -Hidden Hand;" al Pearl White, the erial (peen. and tntanlo Moreno In the won der aerial f a million tiirllls, "The Houae f Hate:'' alo lf. rrnon faa tle In one of IKth' nftt playx. 'itrunil ed In Arked.." mnklnK two nnl one half hour iivr. t ome early. Buy for Cash and Save Your Money. Pay Attention. Look at These Prices for Friday and Saturdaj' April 19th and 20th ' , at the Cist Price Cash Grocery 4715 Olcott Ave. East Chicago. Phone 651 -M w J-.-a---Jf-1 -, r f n j 10 BARS AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP for - 55C 7 ROLLS TOILET PAPER, for - - 4 CANS KEEN KLEENER. for - LARGE BOXES MATCHES. per box - FANCY HEAD RICE, 3 lbs. for RED KIDNEY BEANS, Pr 'b. 16C FANCY HAND PICKED MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS, 3 lb. for 50C FANCY CALIFORNIA LIMA BEANS, 3 lbs. for 54C BOHEMIAN RYE FLOUR, barrel for 25c 17c 5c 3Sc 25c 3 BARS JAP ROSE SOAP, for WHITE OR YELLOW CORN MEAL, 3 lb. for 20C Canned Goods Only 6 cans to a customer. TALL CANS HEBE MILK," 6 cans for T2C TALL CANS PET OR CARNATION MILK, 6 cans for 82C CORN, PEAS. STRING BEANS, TOMATOES, 2 cans for U5C ASSORTED PRESERVES, CENTURY BRAND, 2 lbs. net weight, worth 35c, this sale 28C CAMPBELL'S ASSORTED SOUPS, 2 cans for 25C - -SI. 87 All orders delivered promptly in the city. :ast Chicago Tea & Coffee Store 716 CHICAGO AVENUE EAST CHICAGO PHONE 24 Specials for Friday and Saturday, April 19th and 20th AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP, with Coffee or Tea order, e bars 30C FRESH ROASTED COFFEE, 5 lbs., S1.05; 1 pound 23C OUR LEADER COFFEE, 4 lbs., $1.04; 1 pound 2SC M. R. BLEND COFFEE, special, 1 pound 30C FANCY GUNPOWDER TEA, per pound GGC 2 CANS FANCY SHRIMPS -"25C FARM HOUSE APPLE BUTTER, full quart jar ; 30C FARMHOUSE SWEET RELISH, full quart jar 32C KIDNEY BEANS, 6 cans 75c, can 13C SAUER KRAUT, iarge size can .., 15c OLD COUNTRY SOAP, 10 bars 49c a: .1 . Harbor Hat 3404 Michigan Avenue Vi Indiana Harbor, Ind. Straw. I'anama and Felt Hals Cleaned Blocked and Repaired for both ladies and gentlemen. WE CLEAN AND DYE ALL KINDS OF SHOES Exclusive Chairs for L a d i e s. George Kondiles, Prop. i Ihe I. O. O. F. of Kast Chlcnwo met luesday evening and elected their debate to the Grand Lode whiol, onvenea the middle part of May at fndiuruipoli. Kmest Croker wn8 seler t.'.l tor this honor with John H. IuvU "'trmate. The member of the K hu-aso lda:e will Join their alater Ke jhekahs . Sunday, to attend the evening jansel.Mh: meeting at thf K,rM " church, conducted h m... ,iarl. i-'aiKy Ur. and Mra. Arthur Potesa have M-ne to irattl-ahurir. Mlaa.. to visit heir ... Private Ben I'oteaa. of Co J IWore their return to thia rlty they will vl.it at Jackson and Cleans n!HhUyP'Ct t0 nMlke the'r trip fl,,t- The Merry Makers Club haa been asked to meet with James Morris. ' 4 -7 Kir treet, this evening. Members are urged to ba present. The community has an Invitation to attend th Dollar service social at the iiom of Mr. arad Mrs. William Fox, 34::i Grapevine, street thi evening,-! Those, not helonnlnif to the Baptist Aid will Kive a silver ofTerinff. All are weloomed to attend. CottaRe. Inion Prayermeetlni? to "'"r.,w: So. 1, Mrs. O. C. Branden i"iry; So. 2, Mrs. Walter Tappen, No . -Mrs. w. j. Williams: No. i. Mrs. ' Iv Kerr. 4315 Olrott avenue; No. .". Mrs. Martin Petersen. 4419 Xorthrotte av.nue. No. f. Mrs. PI an. .'hard. North Mah-oun avenue. The Sunshine rlub will be enterta!n1 at th home of Mrs. A. J. Barrett. 3TC0 Hemlock street tomorrow evennsr. The last meeting- of the year of the department of Literature of the Kast "h,ra?.-. Woman's Club was a most interesting and instructive one and held at the home of Mrs. Abe Ottenheimer in North Magrnun avenue, fn the after noon of Tuesday. The subject of the lesson of the day was: "Brownings One Word More' and ably led by the. hostess. Character scetcheg were very pleasingly given by Mrs. George B. fruiamv. of ' Raphael'- and Mrs. E. I.. Beid. "Dante." Dainty refreshments concluded the eventful session. Mis Hazel Hartley and Mrs. Rav Tones have departed for Indianapolis for a few days recreational ttip. Now that the new Red Cross Centre of East Chicago is ready for practical work will the women of the commu nity do tV.-lr best, in meeting the exig ent demand made upon them to give as much of their time as possible that they may with lightening rapidity turn out the sewing: that is needed rit;ht at this time and cannot be accomplish ed owing- to the lack of many hands which is a necessity to perfect it. If there is but one spare hour a day pive it to the rause of your government. The demand are heavy and women must meet them cooperatively. Ir and Mrs. R. p. Hale are the proud parents if a second son bmn to them ut trie Chicago I.xing-In hospital. The little lad arrived late Monday after noon. Mrs. Hai- and the babe are do ing no e!y. Mrs. ?. H Toor of North Mav.n avenue is shout to enter the Merry hospital in Gaiy to undereo a medical and surgical treatment or a few weeks' duration. Miss Mar! Murdoch who has been vry ill nt the home of her sister. Mrs J. Brom berg. 33IS Ivy street. Is now under the .-are of a trained nurse and her condition !s somewhat improved. Clarence Phillips, son of Mrs. Martha Phillip. ,,f Bea.on street, who U with -"in Corps. Master Vr,-., France, has recently undergone an 'op c,,l"in &T u' &ase hospital and i3 i e cupr rating. Elmer Hammer, an employ- of the Mandard Purging Company, at Ind--M 1'aroor was removed to the Mercy hospital in Gar, very m wUh t,.phojj , ' 'ont'ty was mistaken that of Rudolph Jockel. fa.il Miller. fin r;a,t Chil., , man. and son of iir. and Mrs. JoIm c. -VUler of North Olcott avenue, w.l! rep resent the Northwestern Univefsif. v. the Chicago, at a debate to he "held at Ii.rper Hal,. Chicago r. campus, tomorrow evening at eight a", lock riV -yduel trueblood one of ..w .o.W teachers was cal!ed to the death of her niece. t . . -w. ana Mrs. Thomas r,i,: . . , - - i n iU3 grapevine street, have as their ce .... , . - ...-:, in i ieve;and. Ohio, who is leaving shortly lor a vis it to Canton i,f.,, ,,. . . . j ' "c '"Jrns to his Miss Mary Coddington. a t-ather at the P.Uey school has left for w.i,i,. ton. D. C. to enter ..v.j. '. . - i,u,iv; service or the government. She was a fifth grade tea-her and made her home with th tred Fish family in Grapevine street" Miss King, a nurse at the Mercv ho.- Mrs1 t" ?ar'' SPPRt '"ty with Mrs. J. Johnston, of Fjr street. A. C. Huoer of White Oak aven has purchased a seven passenger Stu debaker car. Mr. and Jim. Fouis Stein, the a.ffr very well known In Indiana Harhor naving been Mrs Katherine Cowart" before her marriage of a year ago are leaving today for Toungstown. Ohio where Mr. ftei will engage in the steel business. Miss Anna HUes. a te,cher tn th Hlley school j, absent from duty ow ina: to illness. THE TIMES Thursday, April 18, 1918. in for the to of St Telephone 984. JOHN P0RA CO. Real Estate, Loans Insurance NOTARY PUBLIC. Pora Building. 3462 Guthrie St. Indiana Harbor, ind. see: w.-wa:.jj'AjwgBMi Telephone Indiana Harbor 187 h C O A L 1 BUILDING MATERIAL AND CEMENT BLOCKS fi Guaranteed Weights Prompt Servica. 140th and Carey Sts. PHONE 70. FOREIGN AND AMERICAN CARS REPAIRED BY FACTORY EXPERTS Forsyth Garage and Repair Shop Battery Service. STARTING AND LIGHTING SYS TEMS OUR SPECIALTY. PUBLISHED FOK. TJf F NEWS HOME -LO VJVC PEOPLE VOL. I., NO. 97. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1918. PRICE ATTENTION. '. - r"P i 'I -fci, ' w 'V; j ' ' ' ' ! i 1 ' : '- . ' I ' i I., , , ill, iUWE Oi I . i 1 h If 'if.. I .M 4-. A Pew of Oasr Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE SIMMONS BRASS BED of two-inch ,osts with heavy fillers, big massive knobs, satin and polish finish. Special for Friday and Saturday 17.50 1 Simmons new style 3-pieee (no bed rails) w')p(l, continuous 2-inch lisrht steel tuhinej with ju-mcii liners, eompieie with spring S 12.95 a o n This beautiful Per iod Dresser, walnut and mahogany 532.50 Hooslcrlze Your Kitchen HOOIER KITCHEN CAB!?,EISAV wilh one of these lloosier Kitchen Cabinets, recom inended by all scientific home keej)ers. A )lace f o r everything a n d everything in its place. Let us send you one for '.)() days Free tidal. $1 down, $1 a week. EI MiL-EIS'OP STEPS Watch the Baby Grow providing you give it plenty of fresh air. Get this handsome genuine reed carriage in all the rich new colorings, equipped with sary convenient baby's comfort mother's pleasure. Spe cial for Friday and Sat urday $37.50 Full Collapsible Black Sulky with leatherette 1.."' . T ' -"-. -',',' i aii -mmrrh. rimmm and mmmh u J - J i, ""U i fumy? csa:. i i ini -? vi mi.wi i.i,ni..)iw, , i t,im.ii iiiini- & i !: ' I l J v.I ff"Jj) I I , I - I It I IV I . -i- a ,- l UJ4 .-ili V a-; - ; f"4 , , V3-', v - .sl r , -s It's Dangerous to drink ice water. Get one of these "Automatic" Refrigerators with the non obstructing ice cooler. The most economical ice consum er and will absolutely keep your food fresh and whole- . .... . . . . 1 , , 4 . . . I . 1 1 II i OUJt. V tHiic ill iu tiun;i vjuc; hof our three stores and ex amine the construction and appearance of the Automat ic .Refrigerators; 75 lb. ice capacity size. For Friday and Saturday $34.75 Peninsular Gas !anges It's worth while to see the Peninsular before deciding on a gas stove. The Penin sular is constructed of ARMCO steel, guaranteed not to rust through. Its gas consumption is the smallest. In other words the stove will pay for itself in a short time. v. i.n.nm ,wVmm. p,, I,. ,. IIUW rrgggsrsrr? W -i1 .All Styles to Choose From. $5.00 Down and $5.00 per month. IT'S EASY TO PAY THE SEIFER WAY. FOHBIITU SERWG-QMLnT'IIQhW rj LET THE BIG THREE SOLVE YOUR H0MEKEEPING PROBLEM. 4.132 FOBsYTn AVE. E. CHGO. J The Sons and Daughters of Liberty of Indiana Harbor are meeting this evening at the K. of 1'. Hall, promptly at 8 o'clock. A large class of candi dates are to be adopted and the deputy is here to assist in the work. Mayflower Camp, Royal Neighbors, will hold thfir regular f eml-monthly meeting this evening. Harold Kdgar of South Forsythe ave nu", who has been employed at the Interstate Mill has resigned his posi tion to work in the stock room of the Inland Company. Fncourwging reports come from the bedside of Mr. Elias Davis, who Is a patient at Pt. Mamartt's hospital in Hammond where, he recently under went a very serious operation. The family is weil pleased with his prom ising condition ttnd are daily attend its at the hospital. The Indiana Harbor Red Cross Centre Is forwarding a box to Indianapolis today containing the following arti cles: 40 bed Jackets. 5 bathrobes. 50 bandage foot socks, 55 pairs of hospit tal suits (110 garments). While the work being accomplished is niost grat ifying at this centre yet there is need of mora workers. Worr.rn are asked to Rive more of their time to this sewing. At. a meeting of the Indiana Harbor Red Cross chapter heid an evening ago. announcement was made that the sum of $75.00 was contributed by the Merrymakers club who entertained at an informal dancing party recently that thev may do their patriotic share for the cause. A vote of thanks will be extended them and also to Pert ha Buclistaber, a little girl who cheerful ly gave two coupons of Uherty Ponds amounting to three and a half dol lars. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Fees departed yesterday lor Indianapolis where Mr. Lees is attending a meeting prepara tory to the cumins second Red Cross War Fund Tirive which commences next month. They are returning home, this evening. npper for business women at roe Congregational church fit :30. IrtdresB by Mrs. Durr on a subject of vital In terest to every wage enrnlng young nomnn of Kant Chicago. Regular services at tha M. E. church at 7:5. Last night's service was ona long to be remembered. The subject chosen by the evangelist was ' What Is a Christian?" Her text was "And the Disciples Were First Called Ciiris tlons at Antioch." Airs. Parr said in part: "The name Christian was first given the followers of Christ in deri sion. Peing a Christian is sometimes confused with church membersh'p. It is the duty of every Christian to ally himself with some church, but merely being a church member will not make you a Christian for we have found Mint a great many church members have proven to be something different. I n some churches it is possible for an individual to be a member by birth right. I have known people to jo'n eluirch bec ause of the influence of their friends and belong to it for years with out knowing what the power of Chris tian faith meant in their lives. HEAVIEST ARTILLERY BROUGHT UP (Continued from page one.) carry oat and smash enemy dugouts, listening pests and machine gun nasts. An American officer and twelve men raided five machine gun nests, a field telephone post and snippers' hiding places without loss. They spent fire hour mapping that entire area. GREATEST DRAMA OF ALL TIME BY WII.I.IAM FHX&Z.XP SIMMS. WITH THE BRITISH ARMIES NEAR BAIFFFUF, April 17. (Night) The f.ght now progressing is the most spectacular of tha war. From a hill top near Paillcul it can he observ ed in pantomime as though from a balcony 5eat. Miles upon miles from around the r'asschendaele silient from which the British were withdrawn voluntarily to far southwest ward of Pailleul it is visible to the naked eye. With field glsssfs infantry can he plainly tecn on the move. The war's most dramatic panorama stretches out with scarcely a tree clump obstructing th" view. Across fertile farms men are visi ble going into action. Shells burst in pasture land. The sky ig tilled with black and white clouds and low flying aeroplanes in contact with infantry dropping signal rockt to point out targets for the artillery. The rattle of machine guns and the thunder cf heavy artillery mingled i'h the car splitting bangs of field guns is a worthy orchestra to the greatest drama of all time. Flashes from guns cleverly concealed or frankly In the open leap out dazzlingly. Sometimes rt'irtlinirly near while the horizon flit ters like thousands of pocket mirrors flashing in the sunlight. A German sh'il smashes into a farm house. There is a white smofce. then Irnping flames mount toward the sky. Cas shells flop into fields in full cul tivation. Strangling varora are trail ing over the crops. The whole per formance looks unreal and gives the impression of a monster open air cere monial. A little way down the slope a German shell bursts above another cottage. Bits of red tiled roof fly in every direction. The enemy artillery h.'.s registered on the hill. BY HINBY WOOD. WITH THE FRBNCH ARMIFS IN THE FIELD, April 17 -(Night) Every inch of the German lines from south of the Somme to the Oise a front of fifty-six miles is being pounded by the vastest artillery concentration yet at tained oy me aniee. tven tne coun try for miles to the rear of the enemy positions is under bombardment. Prisoners say the cannonading in ad Ution to preventing the digging of a .rench is inflicting th.; heaviest losses. The offensive has reached a stage where illied military officials declare unan mously that the present battle is ab solutely decisive for Germany. With the allies' present certainty of check ing the German offensive together with known German losses, the Germans a; the battle's end will be exhausted and incapable of attempting (another of fensive. Instead they will have to re main on the defensive. constantly threatened by internal upheavals, while American arrivals swell the surepriot ity of the allies. French officials declare the French army is capable of waiting eighteen months if necessary to obtain a crush ing superiority. With the Americai.s maintaining or increasing their pres ent rate cf arrivals the f.nal military victory is possible much sooner. ma a POMTS IHEW4ID DETUR FDSnONS-ID BETTDftTOKDS READ HE WLPWWIlD AND SITUATION WANTED COIUiMMSbr RESUITS C. PETERSON &'C0. Phone 960. 4947 Olcott Ave., East Chicago. Specials for Friday and Saturday, April 19Ih and 201h FRESH LAID COUNTRY EGGS. "n - 37c LIBBY'S TALL MILK, 2 cans 25C LIBBY'S BABY SIZE MILK, 6 cans BATAVIA RAISINS, 1 lb. pkg., 2 for 27 C LILY BUTTER in 1 lb. cartons, Per lb - 48C OSCAR MAYER'S PURE LARD, 2 lbs. for (55 SALT PORK, finest pickled, P- lb 40C WHITE HOUSE COFFEE, 3 lb. can S1.05 "OUR BEST" 30c COFFEE, 2 lb- for 55C PLYMOUTH ROCK PUMPKIN, 2 large cans 25( QUAKER OATS, small pkg., 12c; lar9e 8i2e - - 30c LAZARRE BRAND WHOLE RED BEETS, No. 3 can for 15c JELLO, all flavors, 3 packages 27 STAR BRAND LOBSTERS, ii lb. cans 25 MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI, 4 packages "25C BELMORE SWEET CORN, 2 cans .. 35 BOULEVARD SIFTED PEAS, 2 cans . oo SAVOY SOLID PACK TOMATOES, No. 2 size, 2 cans. flc SWIFT'S PRIDE SOAP, 10 bar - 47c