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Xucsdav, Am-ii :;o, i.ns. THE TIME 2. fege Five Candidate for the Republican Nom ination for County Treasurer Primaries May the 7th e, tn TtlOHISlS sLJ3 e PERSONAL J I SOCIAL HEWS! COMINO EVENTS. The I!rfrtm-n c;i,i be :.tcrt: i:i- f by Mis. W. If M j ,-t - W.-dn- -d.iy afternoon Tue l.'i !,.-' ,.t ,..,irt w ill m-et Wednesday i !'; rn- n n Mr-. S in of Stat. w e; . i.v.-; y :mutt r I l rgcvi : i. -nd. A mating of the ! t...i-iii s : i rirr.u'i'Vil f -r t w . ' - k V. -!:: --h, afternoon m t-. )ori i tin 1'iu'l C l ' ! urn i'I.u r o 1 1 . Mr A. t Fhre:. Co Miv sir.'. '. "ill he ho!' c this -. - : ; - n e; - o e i: ml t of Dip Mi!!'.. S- . v of : !: . 'h; .i thirch at h ri-l' ! c . n --it rt'iv An imp ' ' ' 1 business in. . ting of the ri' nrth Fo-.Kie of the First M--t hodr-: e'oi rrh w t! 1' !;. ,. tonight '!'!. m Trial elect o n !" .-ii'io-is w i; take !:. The fA!:r'' di i-i-m .f tl M !:. t.edies' Al1 SoCt'-t Will he . l-.tert -I 111.--! hv Mrs. l-'nrli- ru:fil..-t r. IT Fn-.l-acb a .-- SHIS i PRE5CRlPTlGf4 1 POWERFUL IflFLOESCE OVER RHEUMATISFf I The- wedJittg of Miss Kn'ina Howe of j 1 hin.inoii.i to I'obert T. ilr-vs ,-.f Irvine. DlscoTerer Telia Dragg-ists Not to Tak j Ky.. took il.iee Moti.iny. pril 2:-th. in a Cant of Anyone's Money Unless , i hi.-ru-o n'tu- ceren.onv wis sob mni.ed Allanrbu Completely Banishes Ail , - , w;i- ,,, . ,.,1 by only Ithaumatic Pains and Twinges. ..... . . n few fri.-nds. Miss Hazel lc:n.' oT Mr. Matiirs H. Alien sufi'.-rc 1 for .-i r ijno -,r..i as l.rid. -i:::.l find the vt-h rheumatism. Manv um.s t. ,., .0 .,s V,v i:,ward H. Or- r't!e disease left him helpless and nr.- ' ... , ni.'o t" work. l-Hr.l of I'.-i! Way if. I'-Mh the bride and iie finally decide i. after ars of ., a ; t to!-1 nt v r. biuc s.-rtc suits and ceaseless sttnh . that to one can be free, , 1 us The brch' s flowers were J torn rheumatism until the a.-.-uniul'it- '' ' ' , " ., . ., ed imrriiies. .-ommonly called uric a, !'"s "f vn"r' sml M"s. ,r'"V'"' f-ci-l ji(.,ositsi weir- d:soio-.l ir. ' io- t.-trii.,! A iron Wur I : . s- s. I-'clii.,! mi; joint and naisv ies and etvpeileri from,,!,., ,.Kr, ,,,,,,, v wedding brenkfast wi 1hnHhOi!, ii.., in -oo.d he .,,,s,,;-..-F v-.i l t K- I' Stone j h sici,-i us. made f fn-nni uo s .u-.i tin.;- in Kngi .-!. 'r. and Mrs. ( I pn a 1 1 - . compoiit.J. d a pr. s. rit. t ion ;'i.i; .41.1, ..- ,.r tvVl w wli?' 1 n. moon spent in H and coinieet.-H bnn-hed .ve,y s n ; . i:.,i,ois will und a mptoiu ot rhcutiia t ism tron- ir.s " , fKtcni. i r. turn ! I-ii; is woed to make tn--tr He f ir ejy pave his (i:sro--rv to o''i.-rs l,,,mc. v '-hi took it. wfh what nitcht be caio 1: - 1- fimel .us success.. After years, if 111 k- i i:ig he decided to let suffereis ev-rv- f The ii,., i-: oi' - ii.iar for May as an v here know ai.oj: his disc, vi : v to rou nh I l.,r,i 1v , nl. naimiient .omtnil- a newspapers. I'ruegisrs handle M- j . , ' , , . . , .. . . lenrb,. in this vi.-inifv w,., the n!,Jl 'd tl..- IHlol"ld ountly Lib !n- tj' 'and'.ng that thev win fi- ; - turn trie purciiase money to ao They rec.-iyed !H belietit Aii 'SMo ii w 11 vu's.' in im in 1 ! - -"" r--" .V -f.;. r tf-&.-4-itiHy:f it. . .-- : ? .- ' -. -" -r------- -,-n " - n- '--tTiriai a ilw i'r filarial I Q AffV Theatre SERGT. G. D. GITTUS, 12th C. M. R. will i!'(-s, nt The Greatest Military Production of the Day. .alfSF. fl I WPilSI'liiUilii Supported by an Original Cast !1EaO THE GREATEST TREAT IN THE SHOW BUSINESS. Admission 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.0010 . War Tax. Box Office N.'jw dpen Phono ;h' H. HaWaawaBaBaMBIBaTOaytMaBtnaTtWt'yBI Coming: Friday, May 3rd ONE NIGHT ONLY THE COMSTOCK- ELLIOTT CO. Presents THE SMARTEST and BRIGHTEST OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES T aT j;"-"-' si i bv ..i 'Chouse'"4;.; 6l,vBolto V.s--. THEATRE (HLWYORKV " MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS Admission 50c, $1.00. $1.50 and 2.C0 and 10 ; War Tax. Order Seats Now. Phcne 2C-t?.. munjiiwwi'PH a iawi i uwu i.isi.ips TAKE IIASR CUT KOT OFF THE S15SN Hnir Is t-.TiTi! to trow nt roanrr and stin-r whn a-en-lr remoied frm Ibe sarfu- of tke Mfela. Te ouly cyrafiion-flfBie way la r-mor hair Is to srtM-fc n drr ibr akin. re irr!r. the 9rtm lull sar.itur- liquid, iiwi aia by cborpi.o. lly c-nninr lAeTItraele haa a money-buck nr-aitce la eoe la-kaur. At toilet counter In c. SI and 2 nlj'-a. or bj- mall from ua In. iilaia wrapper on re ceipt of price. Imnk misHri) In plafa scnled rr.i pl. f on ificM. D-Mlrnct-. llii'th M. and ParSt Atr, ni Vork. I ! I o t v I 11 M ...1 . -I i 1: .ii . h li! h'-ld :!'.. , s.;.' e rn- . ' ! I-'.I s .-I - li :. . i-uiit of :;!- i l !.!h-rl y T m t .-i, :u:' 'ill'!-! of Si 'aiil's ! " r : -!.u- ii 'Ail'. . nt.-rti in i metnhers i ' - .'I'l-rk h:tu h.'-.si honoring -..hl; is .-.iii'-day in t he i . - ; oh'-! ;.n-l hiro.- rill h. Ei,n i . M: ltl.1. ! th '. H. in I'trclc No. i vt I'll be entertained on Tburfi'ty :ift- rtto..;i by Mrs. O-to Kno. --rer. I Aid Socj.-Mv of the Fust Frosl'v ' -r::in . ioir, li will met hi Hie ,-ioi:-. - lot, . .in. - .1 i V ;,f.TIlo.ll. Mrs iV.tt .'-ti-i Mrs. K'-nn. .y h.-n.-the ;i 1 1 . i noi -n in chtirce :ind !iiu' pro- cl'i lb. f fanct ions: j'ri-i-i' . May :; 1 '- rn al dinner dar v. I'h c-.t illi-vp. I mm. r will b" sery.d j' jny hm t -u H..i ." v-sv , ' v. & fcV'i !-,,i.-,t. -r,. --'.j ' ' j-.'-;.5s . ' . . c- i t f n L 11 ' c-v. -- THURSDAY &AY 2, 8:15 p.m. SSp t ix of 20 Creat War Veterans. Soldiers' Life as it ReaMy is. Full Fighting Equipment. Machine Gur.s, Rifles, Shrapnel Helmets and Gis Masks. Carload of Scer,ery and Effect3. '. C;-, 5 " ' . -r .-". . ii-- JT - 4 .' .- -. .- -. Ii I JouytunK 1 1 1. .mv jjmimmm,- p-pr-..r m e . s. f J'----f-;--i:---:'4 W . -. ' e. w " i y - 1 a. . s"ua. 1 j. ii.p v; ' ' " , ,.' Whaddja Mean y Woman Courted by Uncle Sam for All Kinds of War Time Jobs, Paying From $720 to $6,000 Per Annum. II imrli- h.i-hiv .1 mnn. Th s'lvi-ni'inrt fin: x? i..in't think s". f'T 1' !;(; n !..rii; list f-f J.'bs niain- - . it!"?. K'n f1! nniPnt tht . ' a i n he l oi-.-ii.c.: I "i v t ii ' n fro urn-s a nir 1 ii I ' he rechtrxa t ment .-r th j off; -e of th. .1 I'll K-r i''e j office n t he j Th, e wonic I off the j.,hs 1 a r e ',i.vr2 i: I sine inn; en t ii ; t . wo'ii. n. r w om.n to become ev- i an mspei tor i-f str.nl I rmn. to legnl adviser t- n "-i ire of the depart - n'eiior are on tt.e at the exn initr-ng boa i d . i-oniinission at any ' the post. - o .in 1 1 y . ill- n.'t only grabbing pr: ate Ho life th. but they uxanii in d .! k I A score n tl'.c-n have already iron" j 'to,:-, Ui;,p -.ointy to Washington to tvni ii in clerical i apii-itv, but Just to -how what ail the Fnited States be- proniptiy at seven-thorty o'clock and at- ment going to the run for the observ tendancr. v , 1,,-. restricted to members ence of its social day . and he advised and dinner pn- st s. Friday. May in mr party. . Tuesday, May 1 4 I. ad rmat Vtctrola s bridge v. hist luncheon at one-thirtv o'clock with Mrs. Fred 1 . Page, the club hostess. I;. -si- j 1 lit cuests wiil he permitted. j Friday, May IT Informal Victrola: party at eight -thirty o'clock. J business meeting and during this the Wednesday. May ''2 P-fOilar evening 1 members voted to bark morally the hridge whist party for m--mh-rs only.; 1 nines project and to spend their social with Ills. W. I) Webb the club hostess, j Hay at that spot. This will be on Mon Fridi.y, May C4 Informal Victrola j day. June 3. The department also de- partv. icide1 to continue its meetings Horinn- Thursday-. Mav rtii Ladies card party at three o the .-h,i, l, lock with Mrs. I'oman Srott. , st ess. Informal dinner dance i at sey cii-ll.n ty o'clock. i -' . i Mr. and Mrs Kdmonl Teag.-r of ISo j State Fine r.-ei . entertatnel Inst even-! ing o-npiimentarv to their son. Jos- ph A. V-:i!.-r. who left for camp. The J .-vtiitit was o.-cunied auli music and, cam. s and at the dot, f t'r.-shm.'t. t s w--;e s. ryed. Among the gues's were the Misses F.Is e ikimtii. K'frieda We.ss. M...... !-..-. r 7C a .-. s . I , o ff H. l.-nand' . ,,' ,. ,. ,., 1 .0 n I ,1 r e 1 . o . 1 , 01 1 .1 -ii. 1 . . 1 o o .t ( I "if T ro-a lllri.ll tl.i.ir.ie Fllltlois of 1 I f r. Fmma Hornal; and llermire t1;er- niik: M.ssrs, 1'iank Kolb. Ralph urn. Raymond Schneider. Anthony Voss. I.onis Knimerling. Al-iysius and Mith"W Zeller. and .Io'ph and Kdniotid Vi ger; Mr. and Mrs. S-'hiesser. Mrs. Law rence, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Kno rzer and son lames, Mrs. Wn-brr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Yeager of IV. it. and Mr. and Mrs. Fdiiionel Teaser. I. ." . . ' . Last evening th Misses Anna a nd ! de- j Meta Farduhn en rtaiiad very liplitful'y at a parly to matin who left today f ?i il cont'Str were featt A i t hu r Linseii r camp, (iames res of the fvf-n- ing. the prizes go:ng to Kr.-is and t 'a tl Zalirte. Linse.-.mann rendered a gr A etiilv appointed lunch ed in conclusion. There for Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Martha, Miss lllivla' ,,, 1 I . ' .-v-o,.-.. , on w a s sc rv- ere covers Lmsen man n Sr.. Miss O Uv ia Lindcnniann, Martin and Arthur Linsenmatin. Mr. "and Mrs. Paiduhn. the Misses Johanna and Rose Washaus.n. Messrs. Max Kuhn. far I Zalirte. Herman Harjes. William Keitz- man. Paul Parduhn. Julius Milh r of lsporte and the girls of the S. S. M. ,";, There yv i 1 1 be Holy Communion at 11 o'clock a t a celebration of the Wednesday morning St. Paul's Episcopal t-hnri h preceding the in, ting v" the Woman's guild. The vestry will meet at the church at S o'clock in the yen-i The Alice Club Day Nursery in In- j niana au-ini will open tomorrow. May' 1. This is th.. central nursery, liu-i other two f.r whi.'n a number of Ham mond women are working, to be located on the North Side and in the Standard Stcl district. The C. n. L. of 1. will give a card party and dance Thursday night. May ', .nd. chamber of Commerce' Hall. Hrsn.-li n Orchestra. 4-S0-3t TliNAI, STTJDT MEETING.. The members of the historv depart- ment of the Hammond Woman's Club ! met on Monday afternoon at the home j of Mrs. Farley Dviribar on'Rimbach avc j nue for their final study meeting for I this club year. While the ladies were I gathering Miss Adele Dunbar rendered a numb, r of delightful plan:) solos and for an opening number of the program the mi rr.bers sung America." requested by Mrs. Walter w is., chairman for the a f tor m on's study. Master Uib-s Warner gave two very good readings. "Home Again" and "The Fool." Tie study was on "The Funes." and Mrs. W ise told of th geographical l.-ca- I )ie had added another star to the two lion and extent of "The Dunes." This I At the meeting list evening of Tri- j iready on the r ice flag in his w in-forp-ation is some twenty miles ill j umph Council No. It D. of L. further I nls son-tr.-law v. ho lives with length and from one to one and one-half j plans were made for the stale con-. n- j , . i;a, joipeii the army, miles in yyid-h. j t ion to be held in Hammond beginning I . r Trost has me son. Walter J. Mr". ". L. Votf then read a most in- ! Tuesday. .Tun 4th. At the rit m-et- j xrost in the Q-iai t.-rma--ter department er-.-tmg article on the flora of Th Dun.'-.--, telling c the thousands of beau- i of candidates for lnitia.ion. ifu! ' i'd flowers found in a. profusion ! ;n this district, many of them beinr j There will be a r.iect.nj of Opal Hive yn v car" in other parts of the country. No. L. O. T. M- M st the j. i . O F. Attorney D. .1. MTttn. a director of ; hall in S'ate street this e n:ng at i -the pnnes n..ard Association, then gay.? ' cn-thirty o'cletk for drill practice, a most entertaining tails on The Dunes, j I Effrnins with the early glacial period he told f,f the formation of these -.venders of nature, which are shifting year in and year out. Mr. Moran also discussed with the members the feasibility of the depart- TO LUTE TOO CLASSIFY WANTED 3 furnished rooms; must be modern and in good neighborhood Phone 11.-...W. Hammond. 4-:b'-3 WANTED First class TJ ni o n Teamster. Good steady job for right man. Home Lumber Co., Phone. Hammond 255. 4-'",-- ANTED Kitchen I la m r.iond Ip 6? Stat Trail Sex? i ..'.rfer dug th- fallowing lit of men jiibn open to w-iiien fro:,, a )jt of a! f.-w hnnHr.il thi.nsan.1 ... ri ..-..v ifh today: Sienog raphers of all di-s.-ript ion. ed uial olerko. printers, photographers, irary assistants, assistants examin- j;ng patent officers, spe,-ialiats in agri- j -utiiral eeonomica. freight car record j i l erk s. inspector of small arms, small :nrnis ammunition and underr lothing. j fi nger print classifiers, draftsmen, wel- fare executive aecreta rie. passenger late clerks an 1 almest eerc other k,nd of clerk under the a-m. teachers, j cooks, laundresses and ,.lant patholog- J i ne salaries run a-; tr.e wav from C'l a year to )',,'ioi an( ,(iOn. Special examtnat.oris are being an- i pounced now and then, hut call tip the j ivil service clerks 8. t(ie post office j f.nd they will ten you about these Jobs. the trip. Mrs. Wise then read excerpts from the poems of F:arl T;ed on -The Iuns." and Mrs. O. O. I-:. Matt hies told ii,,K f" -"T1,' t:r,f' f'Tthat purpose, of the inhabitants of the district and! " asked for memberships to the associa- I BRAKEMAN HURT tion. ! Mrs. i.eorge Roberts, chairman of the p,ipn Goddard. a brakeman on the department. then conducted a short itn,i..,n H.rbor P.elf R. R. who lives at the summer and make of itsetf a Rod (oss auxiliary. That the meeting be held each Mondav afternoon anri ibe members sew for the society. Mrs Ruli. erts will act as chairman of the auvlli- ury and will aruoint instructors to aid in the work. RKl't !!TF.R Y Il THK DAT. Nxv I;,.aI i,,mf. l;esfi'irant X.. ,... s, ' , . 5fr- A,bi" Uoyxs Racon. state .haii man of the Fluid Welfare Work. nutation to all women iMirrrsifn in i ne uitk to a s;ate con feieiic on i'hjld Welfare Work to be h.cld at i he ( 'i-j pool Hotel. Indiana Do! is. -u May lull. Th re will bo a morning. on May lull. Tin re will be a morning. afternoon and fo-niiii; scrsh.n. Mrs. iJoudrieh. wife of lionrnor lood rich, also Mrs. Anne S'tidebaker Carlisle of iif. .-.-.ii i iiniMiiur te rjriirii TO at tend. Miss Julia F. Lathrop of Wash ington, national chairman of Cht'd Wel fare, will be the gust of honor and ad dress the meeting. There yviil be a ses sion of experts ai.d specialists who will discuss the different child, ni. ntal. physi.ei d.l.-ms of the h-imiciii .u ine iviua. '""'""''ise Leai:,;e which will take place ft the Central school final instructions At will be Kivcn for the registration of ! wi.men which will begin in ! larr, ir.ond. i May l"h. Mrs. A. j. Miller is cliair i man and the w-o'-k in Hammond w.ll be 1 in charge of tiie Fijual Franchise . League. i j A hnsines, meeting n' the Hammond ' ''hapter of the World Wide iluild was ! h"'! ,1,t eviisnt; at the home ,r Miss Miriam Warner. 3s Carroll street. Th" ! next regular meeting is announce I two weeks from ld niht. for In spite .f the (iWaKi'eeabie wea ' h-r there was a large attendance to "iij" the entertainment given lat evening al the Central school to raise finis for a lantern and slides for the school. "The 'Jrandeur of the lio ki.s'' was shown with the stereopttcon and the remainder of the program with the exception f a pi-mo solo by Krnti Hellcrman was given ! bv pupils of Miss 'o-rahliiie Suanson'sla oro-ioc ..loo ..f the I-I,oio.,.l M,,il College. It included the following num bers: a Spanish dance by Viole. Milne. Soldiers and Saihus dance by Fn.inanuel Hellerman and Iryin F vin and Sham rocks by Violet Milne and Ruth Hreil latt. ' Ttetween fo'ir and five hundred Royal Neighbors were entertained by i. olden Rod Camp No. 1rt"7 in honor of the Supreme Oracle, Mrs. Kva Ohilds of liio Hie. Wis., w ho was in Hammond. Mrs. Rexwinckle of Terra Haute. Mrs. Holff of Valparaiso, s'ate officers, and Mrs. Hessie Haul, n of lAiweil. district I deputy, were in attendance at the meet ings. The four visiting officers were pr-'sented with gifts of hand painted china The afternoon was given to a school of instruction and an interesting j address by Mrs. Chi Ids. In the evening I R class o ninety-two candidates was adopted, the work being put on by the W'hitlng degiee fam. ! ng in twn weeks there will Ii. a c!aM(. ,h. transpott F. S. Tiger and Harry Mrs O. A. Krinhill of Warren street has returned after a weeks visit ysith her sister. Mrs. Charles Cormany of Milwaukee. John Malo of Hoffman st reet who has i cin'.ty . been critically ill for a week w iih pna- j -monia is slightlv improved. C-fiR A? WON The Misses (iusta. Ida. Kva and j Hertha Taussig, daughters of Julius j Taussig left Sunday morning for a ' week's visit in Buffalo and points in j Canada. Why o to Hot Springs for Baths when yon have the sanio thin? right in your own citv. Phono .fS5, Room 50S Hammond Build imr 4-';n nuct PPH TI. J J F"ee!e. t rating at Hot i !i th-re v . e k s vr uriT spniM.v who h, as been reecr. -:prings. Ark . for the is expected home this l "I JLJtli2i U1I i I ' j BARNEY ENLISTS Paine Tl- k'vsk. 2t ears c,!d of ( LS'.th street. West Hammond, a well!' known boxer and athlete in this uMn-' it y . has enlisted with Sergeant Welch for the. Signal Corps. BOY, PAGE T. R.! f-aWJi Tmnant. tn'al manager of Mho I nit-d rhmu-s find Organie Co.. i. reported to have eiis-d up a little on ! w:ll he li-at"l on the St'ite I.ine. ,, war order for a few minutes todavi"n Ifinth street, one on l.'.ih Pla 'vh n news' came that a tine son had rome to live at SI Warren street. Th mother. Mrs Mae Neiton Tennant. is progressing famously. There are two other litt'.e Tnrnt in the home. t ti i rT irTTc- ttt r If UHHf 1 IU10 I nr. in The Motel Majestic management is j being hit hard by -ihe arious drafts land it has lin loosing eioployes stead-q ,jy ever sin-e war began Proprietor , Ff reofos are about distracted to think that t'hris. the efficient jnnnager will j.,,v..at.y have to e-o next month. GOOD FOR HER Fast Flida- night at the big meeting at Liberty Hall Mrs. Harrv "iuhitz bought a fiftv dollar bond with a full cr "f pennies which she had been sa - llcl. Wentworth street. was painruliy club hit him . T ri' .' .1 v. ..n lose 11 t no 1 u."ii.iii i.iii 1,.- , . , . his eve Bight but will be layed up for some time. DEATH OF BOY Frederick Gaylord Oxley, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Oilev. ".72 liohman street. .Fed at thir home j last night of d.nhther'a. j The funeral wili be private and will i held at the dak III! cemetery at , t w o o'clock this afternoon. j Fnd rtiikf-r ('. A Fnd Maker ha: ge. Sfwart w-,11 have VERY NECESSARY j Samuel Tiaav. la- '.Valtl.atn street.; was ai rested last night on State St. I Tor nia j I I f or not ha ing any tail l.ght on 1 bin. HEARS FROM BOY Captain Hanlon has just received a letter from his s -n Harry .T Hanlon who has been driving a motorcycle in the v.i'! Aero Squadron about one hun dred miles hack of the lines in Fiance, saying that he has now been sent up o the fighting Fn.s ALLEGED DESERTER TAKEN Fvp-ne Griffith, i'.. years old. was anested last night on D. uglas street i,, officer Warner as n deserter. He will he tried in the superior court on Wednesday. Mav 1st. at four -lock ARRIVES IN FRANCE Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hencel c 1 ;.fi 'sti.erTield aenue liave teceived w id of t'.-.e --afa arrival Hen. -el. somewh Matthiat i n France. Manlilai Hence! enlisted in the nied- !;,.., j department in Hammond about two .iumths ago. and went from here to ;carnp ' 'glethorpe in Georgia, then with i ,1-,,. K,th Infanrty t . France, CARL WEIS FUNERAL V sad funeral was held this morning vjt Joseph s enure n w n-n s-i ! WCfe lldd OVCT 1 K Weis who died at his home on raj.-ur .-i.ie.-i. oo . .... day. Mr. Weis was the son of Jacob Weis and has w.sVkrd as chemist at the K. S. Bet7. company for the past three years. He is a brother of Joseph and Harry Weis. the druggists. IF- was 29 years old and leaves a wi'e and a little five year old daugh ter by a former marriage. A large tiowd of sorrowing friends and relatives attended the funeral. j Carl W-is was y-ry well known here n his fan;ilv have lived in and around : Hammond for th" last 7 years. His j mother w as inll-.i by iieatn reoontu and a brother-in-law. J- i'- -Ainom, aiso died iccently. NEW STAR FOR JIM Jinmie Trost who has been sick for tilne was welcomed ba.-y at the poloe -.urt this morning and said that transpoi t ist in the ." Tr -t ar i'.lery. BENEFIT FOR SOLDIERS Til" Hammond Lodge of Moose, .7". will ii:vf a benefit dance at the Ma- s nic Temple Wednesday evening. Bar-! n-e Iniinj! oi li'sil a is to pia. i ne en' ire proceeds to go to the Home Com fort club for the soldiers from this vi- BY WETS IN W. HAMMOND (Continued from rage one.) loons whose licenses were revoked are In the best locations for the thirst of Ind'una camels. Mayor Fa il Kamradt (hampioned -.e opposition to making the sky the limit for saloons in West Hammond and fought the council bitterly. He was defeated only after one of the most heated sessions evr held in a West Hammond court "il chamber. Alderman Krzyianowski of the sec ond ward moved to revoke the licenses of t il four .alooniren charged with havin opratd rtisordry ilacrs an-3 t lip TYiot ion was pfcondfil hv A Id or man and chif wnp instruct-d to n-'itify the ! 'our aaloonmen to ! at .n.-. Thi ! i'ni,nr!l tli-n fpcfild th'; oilnani-c limiting th n':iuhor of saloons. Forty- I i eight a pp' I f-r li'-rnsr-s had al ' rr-ady bfn fpft and th cmvor'j 1 proposal thai. th- licn l-f rai.od $200 was not actrd upon. Aldn-man William AValh and Frank I.oszpzvnski wt-Tf tlie only nimhi's 'of the counril to vote against the li-n- nation prdinnni". (Marshal were nnong those seeking j new licenses. . "r me i-.ui n new Mionrs two n 1 and the ten others on t-,te street There is one block ,-,n t1P north sub of sttnt.. street a square west of th'1 state line u io.r.. about ten vacant sa loon buildings are located They were all formerly resorts and wc r r Ip.irc-d out hv Virginia Frocks. LABOR IS PATRIOTIC THROUGHOUT (Continued from raifa one.) down in the jnatter of bu:l,jing iud i vni- . ua! Iinnu s for these w . -i k iiisni-u the! government will bring hundreds nnd perhaps thousands of carpenters and build ca n t onmont s in thirty- days that will be torn down at the end of the war or perhaps will jm e Hammond a i tenement house problem tint will be. j worse than the company houses." So th problem resolves it-.;f into r.n of "Homes s. ('aiiton-v nt?" and the trades and labor representative;; i last night rlecided in favor of liomes. The question arose ns a rest, It of a ! report that had reached Wa'h mg-on ' !:'' '"'-tam craftsmen were building a j moor wail Hnjunn l.aKe r"-- ! h"'!ose of keeping out crafsni he n from M'hicago and other cities. It war. said that a penalty of a dollar a day was chargedhy ihe unions find taken from the men's pay before they were permit ted to work here. This was absolutely deriod by !i-o j business agent of every c raft represent- ; ed at the meeting last night. The t -tt'ude (if all of the trro'es if pricpu' ed was that Hammond t.t 1 I,nAe eoont v crartsmen be employed firsi and then there was no objection whats..ev r to contractors going out into th- open j market. j In every case the statement was made j that the cost of a tr.ansf.-r card is nn more than 7 ecu's or SI It was I admitted that the ban wa coming into Hammond cities' when work was scan- such ban is on todav. Lnpor representatives present were reasonable in every stand they took and the spirit shown was t.o.-.t of desiring to co-operate with the housing com mittee of the chamber of commerce. Xobody wants cantonments. Every body reali7.es that the building of homes is going to be a peri'ian-n; asset to Hammond. There was sonic criticism ' of the monied interests of Matrimonii for not doing more to encourage home j building. The fa t pointed out ! that most of the home bunding going on now is being don- bv small builders .... . . . . . I GOOD REPORTS 1 PLEASE HAMMOND There has never Iwn any tiling with the ul'K'K results of pure Lavi.pt ik eye I wash. lino man's eyes were so badly i strained he could not read without pain. I TWO ann! lent ions, of t.nvortil.- relieved, him. A lady had tried three different I ! glasses for weak, inflamed S. I Lavoptik wash surprised her. We guar t liVI-iUY 1 1 1 1 ty.s. 1 autre a small bottle to In mi j CASK weak, strained or mil. ' Otto Xoirele. druggist. Adv. ne on men ' p from other k - but that no b Why Wc Urge All Patriots to Wear RICE & HUTCHINS Git P, R sic u.lMii.oir, THE New York Evening Mail not lor.g ago called attention in an editorial to the fact that in a physical test of 40 young men eager to enlist in the army, 22 were rejected of "'broken arches, distorted toes, callouses, bunions, corns, troubles from which they would break down on the march." This condition of America's feet would be remedied if every one would wear Educators, for "they let the feet grow as they should." Remember, it is not an Edu cator shoe unless stamped EDUCATOR on the sole. There can be no protection stronger than this trndems rk, for it msnns thst behind every part of the shoe stands responsible man ufacturer. Made for Men, Women, Children by Rice&Hutchins, Inc., Boston. Bent i Bones iTh at Were Bent by Pointed Sro 5 ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Delivered to Any Part of the City. Ask Us tor Price. Wesi Hammond Csal Company J. J. BREHM, Prop. t EVER LY GIRL SAVED FfiflM TORTURES Joint Rheamatitni ZX&cle Ka'.-lon Haioa Xslplefa for ilojthi Jaws Cio82d, Bsdy in Platter Cast Recovery Marvelous. Marion, tbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Mason o? 20 Roosevelt Ave., Beverly, Mas.. was a Ion:; irr.e he".p!cs. Her knops ani har.d were F-lff r.nd her jaws r-l.ison. She could take only liquid food. This was positively the condition Kb? was in whon she lor.'K tli" ftrr." dos. of Var ne-sis. Send for B'ory of Marion Mason's recovery. W. A. VARNEY, 25 Hamilton Ave.. Lynn, Mass. fij)AR-NE-SIS -a'3 Kemady for B.'aTUntism l-o C!:!i- '. ' ,1 I ' ' K- - I aim, 11 in the vici; :.-d to h-ur ::r ''s pi. rtv of to nt. Si' j lion I at i ihe h nib. a .:t ! v a c n u arid May v. ood pa r. , IS the 1 ! ssu i-c ) r icj.-i he pr t of any si;.e tl-i;i i sent tinie. 1 ' The building trades of HLian-oioi are v. iiiin to do their share towards cre atine; eon.lit'oris that will ocoarag-' building in Htinirnn-l just ns they have ho-jght liberty bond- built I.ib-rty tin 11 Hi hay. furnished a large Hano-iond .-n ! is meni at.-d is the co.oj.et a t ioy, P' n"ntair" All that i--.f fil.nnca! ! lie liiere'i . m'erests in Hi.r,ii'"ti.i ana ; iJnls , , , at ,rr,. r.FAT l.A KKJt. I FT ... April SC. ; Ritchie Mitchell of Milwaukee, cpe of ! ihe nest p-( poii"nt candidates for lit - l.s.iieiK(.t . l am) ioivship, will enlist ia the raw today nt (treat Fakes. Wi b. : Fnsign John Kennedy. Fluted States tia vv, ne to-ire.i l ne station yesierney i and v- o impress, erioy II pp. ft leship. -d that he has de r :ts at the Huti i.l.-d to Story & Ciark Piano Co. K.-rabli. "i 'd ".SoT. Capiial nnd Surplus $v'y.o. .00. Manufacturers PLAYERS. PIANOS, GRANDS Stou-s in all principal cities of tho Fniied States. Factory Branch 532-584 Oakley Ave., Hammond. Wilfred Hughes, Mgr. OpPo-eito Po. tofSco. PATENTS S1N tOn ill k'HKt: BOOK. -HOW TO GET THEM." ft'" fall of Information yoo shooM Renaeircer that ai: work antruatsd la iy cara Is done In my own otllcea, rigat re In Cb'cago. where yo acan call for rons.iat.cn any bualneas da,y la taa I fr or any aenuar eveninf uniu a COCK. Bervlca beat to be had at any prire. . I-IO II I.O-L 1. - . .... ,. a i. ...... I.,, frrnne tenrrsi ..e.i f VKJI... W M 1. ' Jk. .Mr, ti !S. Dearborn St., Chicux'J ATTORNKY u; COUNSELOR AT LAW. SVITC VIII HARTFOKD rUI.L-l.vt itssi Ilstraightjg f Bonos c 5 Straight inif -i taucator Sho?s PHONES: Re., 1674; Office, 2.S5. 8 it- -ti s : ft fl r I taucator j U Shogs jf. 1 Ba'