Friday, May 17, 1918.
To Relieve Catarrhal
Deafness and Head
If you have Onarrhal Deafness or
rend noises go to your drurgist and get
1 i",in of Pormiist (double stren&thK
find add t - It 1-4 pint of hot Hter an!
r. l.ttle pranuiati. ! s:i;:ir. Take .n.?
LahVi-poCnf i;l f,,Mr 'ii'KS a dav.
Tills wiM ,.f;en b.-:;ig quick relief
from d is: i fjin head ncises. Iiog
god nostrils- ..i..u!.i or.-ri. breathing -
omc f:fy n-i the mucus t ij "'roppinjr
Into the hriat. T :r .sy to prt-j ire
cost., lie... jin.1 is pj:Fnt to take. Vny
or.c who has'utarrhft! D nfivsa or h-a i
vif should jrtve this prescription a
Our Work Is Right, Our
Prices Are Right, and Wc
Are Here to Serve You.
HAMKOSO OPTICAL CO.
141 E. State St. Hammond
Tho undersi -.no! uSer for sale am!
will receive .-eaiod bid.- for s:i:r.e tip
tt 12 o'clock noon, June 1st, IMS, for
approxiraattly fj'. '.,tVV worth nf sal
vage lutabor and other materia! con
tained in the feveral buiidtnes and
fence situated on ground- known as
Lakewonds Amusement Park iccat-'d
corner l'ah Avenue and Clark R'-ad.
(Vary, Indiana. Did to be ace :r,
pan'ed bv certified cheel: for 10 'e c f
bid offered. Itslance to be p.i!(! vv:;hi;-,
ten day. j?uccop.ful b'dder to wreck
buildings and remove from pround
within n'nety dr.ys. Right reserved to
reject any or all bid.
International Trust and
Savings Bank, Trustee
Standard Make hi
f j '
We are the largest jobbers in
seconds in the ',f.or!d. We get
cur tires direct from the manu
facturers. We have brought
these tires from our warehouse
in Chicago to Gary so as to save
von from makina that trio. We
opened this store to take care
of all the car owners in the
State of Indiana. Bear in mind
when you buy from us, you save
. L mirl ''.min'c rrrf-t
liii; nnu j.-' iu-' j jjivn.. if
Our stock consists of new, p,
fresh stock, first-class factory ft
seconds. These tires have ro I
blemishes, but are selected fi
stock. They are the same as f f ;
brand new, guaranteed -firsts M
same material, same workman-
Is ship, same manufacturer enly
they are surpius stocks of over-
!f loaded manufacturers. Our tires
will win your confidence and
ij permanent patronage. A trial
ri order will convince ycu. Our
U enormous buying power saves
H you 40 to 50 per cent. You wiil
? nni.t3l. th. ivir.nu.e3urnn
values offered you in these
tempting bargain prices. Ve
have the following makes in
stock and can assure you cf
. I j
23 i i)
2 it. Oil
3 3-. 50
4 2 50
3 . 3 0
Out-of-town customers, don't
'3 delay but order r.c vv. V,'!t:,i or-
dering stato whetlicr 3. S.. or
CI., piair, or r;i sVcl is desired.
1 Send St. CO oepas.i. ior ejtch tirs
1 ordered, ba'arcc C. . D. subic
to your t imir..-ti-:n
--1 . F- 13,
ne day H I
l provai. uraers Ttiied same
" . - r . ' t- Tiro Ran3 !m . - -' '
CSS WASHINGTON ST. M
GARY, INDIANA. t i
We Are Open Eveninjt: and
Etcry : Clark
Piano Co. f
Kstahiishod is." 7. I
Capital and Sti-p'ns S3;"03,00O.O0.
PLAYERS, PIANOS, G R A Ni 25 S I
Stores in all principal cities of jf
the United State. f
582-584 Cskley Ave.. Hammond, t
1 Wilfred Hughes, r.t3r. f
fJ Uppcisito Pjstof.lco. I
H Size. Plain.
f 30x1 $ f'.oO
a 29x3 la 13.00
H 30x3'.i le.-.-.
M 32xl2 11
P 3iV2 I"0''1
U 31x1 IT".
f 32x1 1S.7T.
V. 3 4x4 2o.2r,
il .15x4 21.r,t-
N 36x4 22.7..
n 33x4'a 2'.o
fj 34x4,b 27.00
M 3.tx4lj 2.o i
M 3f.x4i 2S.23
R 37x4 12 2:.oo
H 36x3 3 -..no
n 37x." 3s.r,d
-ZZ. 1JL. 'I. t i.,i. :.. ..',. r -!-: - r.-
i II;on. We especially wish to thank
GARY LADY ENTERTAINS. I I. 1 ;. 1Z. W. of 1.. l Local "SO. and F.ov.
Mrs. Pnyt Huston ,,f limy, enter- j .shai p and I he choir,
tamcl ecniiJim, nlaiy to Mis. Mar; m ; M US. I.AYNK HtXOX AND DAC'lH
v ' ; ''- 'venir.g at her home. The j ti;); LICILK o-17-l
1 i t v i.-is in the nature of a surprise . ,
l.nen shower and the bride received a ; fSyiv-Mer will have for his subject,
number of attractive gifts'. The lunch- i Substitutes."
ton appointments wero in w hlte an i j
red and the table was pretty with red j Thirty-two members of the Baptist
oa: nations. There were cov.-rs for the j Woman's I'nion were in attendance at
flowing guests, a'l members of a club ti,c meeting in the church parlors yos-
to wlli. il Xlr. All". OSS belone 111 llMl- ! ..P1iv .flcnimm Th m. oih.-rs sowed
pta-nd: Mrs. John P.ikaler. Mrs. Al-
p.'.on.se i'orsoy, Mrs. i.oseoe He msto.-K.
Miss KliJtabeth Webber and Mi.-s Mabel
?herhy of i ! .a mm . on! . and Mi .'-. Jrvln
Latham and Miss litaiidu- Lon. of Ci.i-
The North Side T. I", will meet
this evening at the h"ine of Mrs. W. 1..
Tiuroh in t'i.icio avinue. '
Mi.s Dor.'tliv Slater will be hostess
nt iier home !n Truman avenue this
c-venii-K to the nu-inbers of the i. a. M.
'1 lie TtTibi-oidery Club nteothiij Iris
been postponed for one week until the
afternoon ,,f May ITth v.lon Mrs. J. W.
Smith of Detroit street vi!l b,- ..ost..ss
T!io members will be -n ; ,-r' a i le d at
luncheon at one c'i '.i ck.
Th Hoys Orplvn-Kre on Sh
true mairtai.ie.l bv tl..-. c'rT:i.
b fro-., -t ,-ard party
c-rn by a ki -u;- of vc;.,n
-ffi. 11 av.
a n.i dan e
!.- :.ded by
.Mrs. 1.. J. i I'Suilivati nt t!
" vcm re- ha II last W. !.'
t.i..; a. .. .-;-y ili
ui to them
v, as r
pa i t y.
;rie.t,bers of ("irele
terday nf'rr,oo!i at
st in f . I Yd ro vn
the riimes poms to
o entertarned th
'o. 1 at cards y.i
lo r hom In liussell
la yi d. t lie honors in
Mrs. i'i-ir-nre Kins:.
n:id Mrs. J;
h Kifstii'mi. The consi -la
t : n jr;7.e was awanb.d to Mrs. Jacob
Soldo' r. The pue.-stw- played at three
tables end at the conclusion of the
refreshments wr servml. Mrs.
j i .end .-re !,!.-r it S'titli l...ihrc.an strict
1 l was nanred as the ivt h
It. I.: fit: ski hn-' returned
J t'.-i.i a twit v 1; s iit in the east.
Mrs. Lip:: --ki '. ft for N-w y. rk City to
v isit her Sons. i-Mvvin and ;oore. Imt
they had ! f..r l'nnyo just previ-
ous to he r arrival, Siie r i::att;et'l in the
east and worked in the inter- st of the
ti ! I.ih-i 'y 1. -:! a:: l w a - in attend-
" at pi-vcrat
a! meoMns with Madame
i-asi ; nil ini'i -rss I n i f i
Turc.tyr.ow i.-z w...j sp.-ke in the ititerrst I
of h-- Lihcr'y Loan. Mr. Ltpinskl j
hopes to he .-J.'e to brine Madame
Tt:rczyt:o-, icz t- H-unniond to speak at
Liberty Ton; !-.
j A pleasa.r.t nftern-,on was spent by
j the mernbers of the Stitc h and Chatter
I Club yesterday as the (ruets of Mrs.
! William II-.:-hn of Mur.ieh Court. The-
'nr-n was spent by
titch and Chatter
cfti rno.-n was o,-cu d with sewinc an !
Re-1 Cross knifi ir.s; and at the close a
daintv. collation was served. On c-
count of Dc-eoratton Day and th- next
club nie rjnp w:i! he lo-ld in three
weeks irist'-.ol of two an 1 the hostess
for the afternoon will b" Mrs, Ora
' i a s
c-r'.ir.T. home i
H il illiond of ;
the Coi:n-il of Ief. rv-,-. and lo r as-is t-
''"t. Mrs. W. J. Mo ran. have arranged
an ir.t-ri st it:'- pro-ra-n In- piven at
k this ri ninff at Liberty
mertinc is op.f n to both men
Beid.-. a ptoRi-e.t.i of pa- i
triotic music t'ore v.i'l be remarks by ;
the assistant hairtnan of the State :
talks bv A
I'efi n::e, Ind'anapolis, and:
rtiev .Te.ise Wil.-'on and C.
i V.'. Sylvester, vo.'.-1 i-vtl director of thej
j Hammond s--1 --i-ls. Mr. U'il r-n will talk ,'
i on 'Why -onser- e j s" and Mr.
SKOW VCU VHAT 3
V'!: MEAN ViiitU i
a yc Orit i u
H AMD YOUR ?REDS
c w iwwi?vj uvurti i
frV-v-.C-"w!tiHii;i-.r-ji.- if c . -.,1
K.-f ?j 'A zi ZtH
itiiie-aMv 'sjLtomng and
llcnit'ii's I'anaiuns and St
111 " " "yy," '
j tJ ; . . f ,.- ,i.. ,,
P j I tl,- . 'I !-iai.
iite'&&ti&'&w work mokes
j- - :-- . v- c : - 4
done ty exports in a satisfactory manner,
aud trv on the new hats we sell.
SHOE SHINING 5 HAT CLEANING PAELOE
Catsulis & Gramas. Proprietors.
175 STATE STREET. HAMMOND, IND.
CARD OF THANKS
CAES Cr THANES.
We wish to thank cur neighbors,
friends and relatives for their- kindness
i iid sympalhy and for the beautiful
Iloral offerings during bereavement of
beloved husband and father. Layne.
! and the program for the afternoon con-
sfst-il of n paper by Mrs. .1. K. Fraud
j of the ,ild culture department and a
vocal duet by Vivian Dietrich and Kittli
MeDar.iel. Next week's meeting will be
held at the church.
Mrs. Hex Keeler opened her home yes
terday afternoon for the weekly me-'t-imr
of the Dine Street Ladies" Aid So
ciety. The members sewed for the ba
zaar which they will hold June 7th and a
print dial of work was accomplished.
The monthly business uniting of the
so-1, ty ill be held next Thursyoy even
ing instead of afternoon at the home of
Mrs. 11. It. Harper.
t the recital of the Hammond Musi -
oat "ol!e:;. Saturjiay aftriioon at lour
oVb.ck at Itec.tal Hall in the . K.
biirdin tin- following pupils wil! par
ticipate: .b an KoViertsson. .loo rhnres.
ilrace Sh.a. Irvin l.avtn. Mary x,
11a;:. 1 Kitchen. H.-icn Itairocli. Julia
Mntido. I'at.nie I'elman, Anna Ko-a-h.
i Latzr. Ad' line ',ob!en. June
I. la lluhin, Caroline. Iteichcrs.
Hiliy D:t,s,'r, Naotni Itthnke. Marion
H -user. Kuth V.'nniimiint and Mildred
Anderson. They are I h" violin pupils
of Louis Zander, piano pupils of Klsbeth
Kidman Sohulz, ;eor;!;t ltrower and
Kii.aberh Webber and pupils of expres
sion of r.onuie Hanes K-ilirli-on.
A surprise party was tendered Mrs.
Tl. ..,.,1- J HI T., ...... ,..-. 1...-
in I be party was mraiiKed by Ti.rs.
V. F. Crotik.
I Th" story hour nt the Himmond pub
; lie library will he held at the usual hour
1 Saturday from t n to eleven o'clock.
Miss R'.chanhon will be the story teller
j and all h:;dr n are in-, ited.
j V,trd ha been received of th pron-o-!
tion of three Hammond boys to rm peril.
I t hey are l'hillip Hard' ns. son of Mr. and
' Mrs. AViUi.am Tt.ard.iis of 10
street; "arl Shroyer. son of Mr. and
I ?frs. J. N. Shroyer of p. ty tureet, and
i William Criiooer. a ire.nhevv of Henry
j Tbf. hflv, nre all stationed at
i Camp Tayier. Louisville. Kj-.
Mrs. Blanche Sheckels of Klkhart.
i Ind.. district deputy for this district.
was entertained at the meeting- of Unity
r.ev iew No. 2 XV. Ti. A. of the Maccahet s
I last c.
eventr.p. Initiation featured the
nieetlnff and plans were made by- the
i niefnbers for attending the rally to be
! Ther will be a short session thH
! evening of Hammond Chapter Xo. 120
i Women rf Monseh'cart L-ccion at their
hall followed by a card party for the
'members and their invited guests.
i Mrs. F. A. I-r.uerman left this m-irti-I
lop for a few weeks visit with rrla
I tires in O ,-.!-.
Mrs. Norman CVRdenning and sister
Tor. rto. Canada, are Vlsltlnff rela
j , , v(s jn Himn..on1
j ;.- Meyers. 3
31 Warren street, ad-
-f 'sine ootor for I lie limes, was
. al'.f-d to Decattie. HI . t 'day on account
..f the drath of his ht other. Mrs. Me v.
e'-s will leave later to attend the f'.j -
n e r a 1 .
Miss Martraret V.H, iSo:th HMi
1 n n s'tTct. is sr-ndinsr th week with
Miss Laura. Pwlney r? Chicnp .
Pr. T W. t'd.erl in. of Warren street,
w:tl iro to Mansfield. tnniuht to r
roa'n until Sinday.
Walter Trzy;i,!:.inkt. a son-in-law
if Mr. and Mrs. .? P. Ortt. of
j r 1 - a "'-.la nd street, who 's m toe navy,
j left Hammond Wodn"-day for the fpi-e.i
' Lai..- Naval Tralntnir Station.
M !. Po;-othy tlrwiati will leave to-
. ti t nr r.f-r hniic n line not. low.a
a visit with :.'-r parents. She will
return to Hammond for th close of
s-'io'-l after w:;:-;k sh will leave tAj-Waj-loncton.
whre she has af"ept"i
a po vi-rnment posit ion. Miss 1ro:tian
is ,- member f th" Himmond h igh
Led Cross benefit program and dance
at Woodrow Vilson Scho-o j,, Saxony.
;i-,en by H. K. X. Club of Sis-ny. Ad
mission "3c. Kveryb...!y vv Icomc. 3-11-2
BED GROSS WORKERS
I mm mum
An er.-.' o.- iastic meet ing of R d Cross
War Fun ! v. o'-lo .-.. -,;!s lo-Id at Liberty
jTiall last riUTh'. in I'-sponse to the .,.!
I issued by Chairman Turner. T'-sin cap-
-: t -r v si
' e i ,io i lit it J). jn.
e . : y v, onv.n '. ho
r " ; " one day to this
.-'tit at this meet intr. j
ire to be given the
ht liio'ting also, and
for this work will be
fid iacts (.nicn varv. hoinc
i irooil impres
sion ;it first. Imt nftor a day
r so of wear
. oil find your
hat as sliaily
as over. Wo
make a sjio
c i a I t v of
Blocin ladies' aud ii-en-
raw Hats. Al! ouk work i?
outlined Monday afternoon.
Much favorable comment has been
heard regarding the series of War Fund
posters now being distributed about tha
city, they belli if Renerally regarded as
the most beautiful md striking of the
war posters yet Issued.
An Increased supply has been ordered
and it is exreetod to cover the city
with them A small wind-shield stick
er of attractive design will be. distrib
uted by the Hoy Scouts, beginning
Ilea hiuarters for the drive have been
opened at the offices of Liberty Hill
find the committee nR.iin ?UKSests that
they have pl-nty of work for ail who
may volunteer the!r services, even if
lor but nn hour.
BRAKEMAN IS HURT.
MICIHCAN CiTV, Ind.. -May 17.
I-rank 'li'-i-r. a braken-.an on the mid
dle divlsi-.n of the Mlehisan Central
fell from a box car this m-.rnins while
at work In the lower yards and broke
Ills left left. The company physician
and the Karl ambulance responded and
the injured man was taken to the hos
pital, where t!i" bone was set.
Mi. deer's home is at Jackson.
STREET CAR MEN
ASK JL5 CT. RAISE
Two hundred employes of the Ham
mond, Wliitlns? and East Chieaco street
railway have made demands fur a nf-te.-n
cent per hour increase. The-
demand were made in "hie,at:o to
jibe city t all wa n. The Hammond street
ar ni n are in the same organization
and under the same agreements as the
They 't.-ini that the cost of livtnsr
has increased faster than they antic
ipated wh.-n th.-y sned a wajE aciee
m nt now in elt'.-ct
Twin City Young Men Rise
in the Banking World As
Result of Changes.
Due to war business and expansion,
the cashiership of the l-'irs: Calumet
Trust i Savings bank, Kast Chlcapo.
has been tilled by three men within the
past two months. The new cashier is
A. Keily, heretofore assistant cashier,
who succeeds Arthur Jacks, who re-
! turns to Cliicafto. Mr. Jacks had suc-
.-ceded A. M. P.oeske, I romoted by
I'resi.b at. Ril.y to be superintendent
"f the latter's manufacturing interest.
rh Jordan company-.
Mr. Jacks got his training: with the
Central Trust Company of Chicago, nnl
is an experienced banker. The assist
ant ashler's desk is taken by J. S.
Wnlkowiak. heretofore paying teller,
who worked himseli up from the bottom
of the organization.
GROCERS WHO ASK TOO
Lake County Storekeepers
Under Eye of U. S.; West
berg Is To Act.
trnrrrymen and others In Lak- coun
ty who are profiteer, n:r in ooeh w'.eo
s 1 1 bs t
tfes a e.itnieal. cornmeal. rice
fc., face hnnr.-, of davinr thetr
huslTiesses elostd by the f-fc.ra! fT-iv-ernment
and possible fine r.nd imprison
ment. Kortlon Chnrerrf.
Complaint has been niad that sre-cpt-s
and miil.-rs have ben h-ihi'nir up
customers for wheat substitutes. The
I prarfee is said to be cer-cml. Nath.na!
i Ad mtn is! t a t or Hoove r and St at Adn
lsr.-ato;- Ttarnatd have t h
and ev-c i r3 .- . d m r. : -1 r,a t
r c. A. 'e.-t-Kast
see that me:--
he. w!-.o holds
has lorn Insfui
enants obey the haw.
A hat Minut.I He Pnld.
He- o is what tiie to,, i administ.-.it
Cornmeal should cost, t went y-fiv
rr cent less than wk'at four, or
even 1 s s t h a n t h a .
Corn flour shmild s; f,r a,
fifteen pe r c, nt oi'-awr than wheat
t.'atmea! should sell for less than
the pv-(.e asked f -.- v 'c ut fjour.
A gene i
to be pe-,,
i -; i e t :
. a n l; , m ;4- ' i
Li ": "f i
.lo, 1. d t '
F' s ' s
per : iris
e' i O f !) i i I e C.
' ! - :i" in- c
HEET Mg TIB PLATE
Tour Fer Gent Reduction
Because or Ccst-Frico
Decreases ranpoi f r.-m .1.7
cent for tonnate wori;Ts of the sheet
and ton piate j la tits of the American j
Ql . .1 T i i T ' -. t .
have been mai'.e as the
ronference nt .1 t br t v
tur, rs and the ;:: :a l-;am.a:
While Cure's luil's j .
result of the
. 1 a ssoc-ia t a.:-.
ii"t union i.: - I
the tonnage moll go by the union seal--.
ii.nl the cut in w:ii ral throughout
. Eopo Tcr Rise.
it is hop. d that v.h-m tie pcei-iiint
n (1 inc. i "on I. '-il 1 'it"i-i , 1 til. - r.ili.v'. i . . -
c ; o, ..1 . ' . -I
n n . '
i noro for
I r,: .-.1 thus- nil
u or Km-:.. r-m f-
I branches get paid according to the s.-;!-,3
ing price and the costs rind their wngr;
i lie-ease last year was .- r ;rn. per cent.
Reasons for th o: :-r-- due to th"
manufacturers' higher cost-: 1 p.-;- cut
incrras-" for other labor, ft 3 1-? per c
inrre.ase m freight rales, the incica: in
the j.riee of pig tin.
Giiry Ctheet Il.tls Zlovr.
V.'hile Clary's tin mills are sov.- the
sheet mill plant is only running " days
every two weeks. It does not work on
war orders and th" government Is hold
ing back steel for domestic purposes.
If You Think THE TIMES Is
Doine Its Bit Your Support Is Al
BDRGILOW HE LUXE
Merchant to Have Cosy Lit
tle Home With All the
The bungalow type of home dwel
ling Is petting more and more popular
in Kr..sil Chicago-Indiana Harbor and
scores have been built within the past
year. Flans are being prepared now
for what will be on" cf the finest bung
alows In the calumet region.
This dwelling will be built In Beacon
street, near Wesrce, nivi wiil cost up
wards of JS."(iQ. H will be a brick bung
alow, with tile roof, press brick, sun
parlor, oak floors and trim, hot water
heating system and o'.her desirable a
pointmenls and will be built for A. H.
Lewin. the furniture merchant. Karl
Norrls Is the architect.
New Dairy Building.
Mr. Norrls on Iay 25 will recei
bid.-) for the I'rairie View Dairy Corn
pany's J13.000 offices 2nd bottfingN
plant to bo built at ISOth and Olcott. ' H
.-. . , - . . . , ! f"
fbe upper floor will be reserved for
apartments. Allen & Youngren cperate
the dairy company.
GARY HOME LOTS'!
M.llar & Ihrr.llton, propr!e"ors of the
Schug Kroaiway Dark subdivision in
;ary. are offering home seekers and in-
vstors in the Calumet region on op-
l.ort unity to acquire cl-,oic residential
lots i-n the easy payment plan. Klse-
where in Tun Times is the company's
This firm has offices In the Gary
building. The firm keeps salesmen on
the grounds, i's land being located In i
the ilistri. t. hot ween 3"th and 37th ave
nues and between Delaware and Georgia
street each of Broadway.
fBr rxiTEa Press.
CHICACO, May 17. The late Mrs.
potter Palmer's will disposing of hear
personal estate of $1 600titO and her
dead husband's trust vai'o d at lie. 000,
Cma was f:l--d for probate hrri- tcday.
Mrs. Palmer .-l;vid--J the hu-nand's
trust, ijual'.y between their two sons.
Of h-r own estate .t-he left !2',000 to
vnr.otis charities. $tf'0.ooo to the Chi
n;.i Art Institute, gifts of $.v.o to
$ s ,(oi -i t'l servants, annvinities te. rela
tives, and lieo.fioo to each of her son's
'Th most notable of the bequests for
charity was a fund of $ 100,000 left with
her sens to be expended in founding
or assisting an educational cr philan
thropic Inst . t u ;ion.
OF HIS TRUCK
Sam Rothblat. 3472 Guthrie street.
Indiana Harbor, while driving a light
truck on Pooaar street lost control or
III': lllcl..!li!li: II llll.ll Ulcl-l- 1' I tt I fill Ul j
box (so that the officer could not report j
its amies), knocked over this piece cf i
apparatus. slued off. ran across the ,
street, took offense at. somebody of j
something at the residence of John j
Forstz and crashed full tl it into the
The truck came out of the conflict j
badly damaged and was taken to
for the conduct of his crazy
was plactd under arrest.
HAS GOOD TIME
r. Aur'io I'i'lipon.
Ml Michigan j 1'
n a virion of J
ght have n-:h i !,
: avenue, Indiana Harbor,
I t!-e oi.d time that she t
! b r board-r t . to v unreduced
i-swirv expenses, cotiecteet one month 5,
board in advan- e from thirteen of her j j
boarders and casually pi'-he-i up $-'0 in j t,
eash that l"-l"iii;i-'l to dark l'arie. put if
into lo r grip ab n;t ? 1 .", worth of dress!;
goods that had been intrusted 10 her as
a rea-nstres-; by Mrs. Beyer. 3 B10 Mmhi
gr 11 a venue, find like the prov crbial
Arab, folded Iit tent and silently stole
a a '.
The police are making inquiries among j
her fraud m an effort to discover hci i
di s'.inat ion. '
LAKE DRAFT TROOPS
moving to Capitol
C.MP ;'.('IIKV TAYLOR. I.ririS-jj
- I 1 I ', U n 1 - -i'.i r. " a 1 , r- 1 . . 1 t J
i i::i t-.- ios nnd full equip. n. ut, will
i 1 1 1 U to I -,di- inielis som.- tin;.- next
motith a id be ncam;.eij hi, I't .Benjamin
Harris.. i, (-. b r-.lv two v.. k'. 'i'.c
n-inee-. e - -,. inpos, d t ilraf t m n
oiiuiti'-. Kast Chii .a i an i i - , undrr
command of Colonel .l:.rv .s B.. m.
BACK FROM IDAHO j j
,t ct.-rTea.rt Wit-'ll
For sc. eyal dp; Do
linm ?.t iiler has pause f.-orii his
wh'n thmc w ere dull in the g: im s
rei'.-.l Of ".. police ' !;. j.-.r; ;i;i l
: , :
lad j 1
... .; !
dy it-rft.-s of his frt f-ri- m Idaho
To lay Ic i-e t u -r.'"d fr-cu thrre. ha.i
.i5ited it;.- t-'aee. .-,dhe v.as r!e,-.nerl
. 1 1 t i i i t i ii".".--i'in.'-, , v i uii,'i;"ii,
t ' i n f-vM.M r.-ir" t
...... . . I
i.'..- ca : an.
of v n P.
doing a il
v lausl v a resident
I'nin Nf v. man is
G ARYITHS CLIP
BOND COUPONS ;
Oar1' hank viol's w ,-e b r -or -od
dav ui'h persons clipping thrir i::i
coupons off or liberty bo:Hs. T
who did not. .lip th" tirs1: jsniio to
ET" their 1117 ( December i intei--t.
mid-.Iur.e second liberty bonds will
ny , M
BAND HONORS GARY
K ' t C a r s ' ' - 1 ? r 1 t -e
left o - ti-. It ; .! ( I
F-.rt Ha-r. son. Ind.au:',. -ih-v
re ser- r.a b-d by Perry's bai
Tu.silav lary sends S7 more :e
th ' o.-rvi'o.
Andy is Some Speeder
yesterday Motorcvele ro! iceman
GouH of he Kast Chicago force, while
out on his new twin cylinder motorcy
cle overtook and captured a speeder at
23.rd strfft on Fo rs-.-r v ivTo,r Tim'
man is sail to have hern driving i:f-ty-six
miles an hour.
He pave his name as Andy Mclson and
his address as 1313 Roberts avenue.
Robertsdale. He is a machinist at the
plr-r.t of the V. S. Me-als Refining Co.
PURCHASES CALUMET HOTEL
airs, jua ttebh:n, lor tr.rec rears
proprietor of tl C;i iui.-.er hotel
avenue arid Broad w a-. . has sr.;-) out to
Henry I.ueUle. a lo, at !. .l man. ?.tr-.
Stf bbir.s v. i.o is a largo p- operty bolder
in Cary will go to Dayton, o., to care
for her ng- d tr.o!'c- r.
' What? I
The Stvle Shoi 1
SERGE DRESSES Values up to ?2o
reduced to SS.50 and
SILK DRESSES Regular $18
FANCY STRIPED SILK SKIRTS-
vaiues up to -.-'K at
tj !': a 'i i -i r
. M ? !-T!--r---
f ! N, ii
SU "SS afmdhr
I 1 - .ii V, in -VM-j.
' ';.';!-''- ' ' -v . ittrsmEh i
r-" reduce t to
IcO E. State St., Hammond, Ind.
Next Door to Orpheuin Theater Buildir-r.
Chas. F. Willias3Sy Chiropractor
Affe-r t!io 27t!
will h in bit-
i r- wii! !o Ic.fV
r (! ! itinm;:!i ;;;
; ;'. r ;. our h.oalth.
irs: rsT' around !
-G A R Y-
i m I Hi
WEEE.SSD VISIT Cm.
Mr. and Mrs. Lobe II Lea 'S 1 0 Madi
son street, have as t'.rctr guest for a
we k. M'ss Liic'Ie f;:ng of India nape Its.
j 3 lie Clen I'-r;.; I ,a vee - i em e.-iers as-
sociation ri'-t this a f term --n and elected
loOOorrs top Toe eniiTo- -i..i-
Mr. I H. Highlands. 710. Washirgtor.
t, is :s .'. ing relatives nt Muricle,
1 1 1 -3 .
11 - is
1 1 1 ; -! 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 rr
mimnery. .- fi
Yiidmi-r, the comple-'jrf
turn or the intalla- :n
tion of our fixturcstiwe a
have deeided to DUt N
on the following spe
cials in drcs?er and'
.aillinery for Friday,
Saturdav and IMon-
J i Lmm W
o, o, i,
Children's Hat3 at
75c and S1.G3
Milan Trimmed Ha;-,
c up TO r IT3
Ve ' .
,-St. J .
Fjf.'-i.t Hrtts Vr.l-
n o x
("'.: f f 7'1
- 3t ii Bt,'l
f1 ?' Ii .1-..
. ttt .(it
C. ; 'i n;
"? t ion.i!
I lar.itii ..i:d, im'., ylii
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