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THE TIMES. Wednesday. May 29, 1918. PERSONALS SOCIAL NEWS! COiUNO EVENTS. The civic committee of the Hammond Woman's i"lub will meet Krlday evening at the home of Mrs. T. J. Meara in Og den street. St. Paul's Senior and Junior !"sucs will meet at the school ha'.l Thursday morning at eight-thirty o'clock and vhos a delegation to participate in the Peroration Pay exercises. On account of IVcoration Pay the meeting of Circle Xo. 1 has been post poned until Monday afternoon when Mrs. George M. Kder cf South Hohman street will he hos'ess. Mrs. Clara Battel entertained the j When Itching Stops There is one safe, dependable treatment that relieves itching torture and skin irri tation almost instantly and that cleanses and soothes the skin. Ask any druggist for a 33c or $1 bottle of zemo and apply it as directed. Soon you will fmd that irritations, pimples, blackheads, eczema, blotches, ringworm and similar skin troubles will disappear. A little zemo, the penetrating, satisfy ing liquid, is all that is reeded, for it banishes most skin eruptions and makes the ekin soft, smooth and healthy. Tbc E. W. Rose Co, Cleveland, o. Telephone 984. JOHN PORA CO. Real Estate, Loans Insurance . NOTARY PUBLIC. Pora Building. 3462 Guthrie St Indiana Harbor, Ind. 3 PHONE 70 Estimates Furnished J. Mi Reil Building Contractor 4335 Forsyth Ave. East Chicago. DR. T. EDWARD BRUCE Offive: Bee Hive Bidg., E. Chicago. Office Phone 234. Res. Phone 261. Special attention given diseases of the Eye, E3r, Nose ?nd Throat. Glasses aocuratelv fitted. DR. ROB'T J. CARROLL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 155 State St., Hammond, Ind. Phone 2288. GIVE MY OWN MEDICINES. ORPHEUM SCHOOL FOR DANCING 152 State St, Hammond. DANCING CLASSES MONDAY AND THURSDAY. CLEAN AND CORRECT DANCING. PRIVATE LESSONS.- PHONE 3323. Hall to Rent for All Occasions. PROF. J. GREGORY KEAN'S. fi SI GOULD and VON FRANK Merchant Tailors We have successfully solved the difficult prob lem of producing the very highest grade of work at minimum prices and give our patrons the benefits of our economy. We devote personal at tention to each individ ual garment mado in our establishment. Fair prices, best work, fine materials, perfect fit you can ask no more and we give you no less. 60UL0 and VON FRANK Merchant Tailors 20 WEST JACKSON BLVD. CHICAGO. 636 HOHMAN STREET HAMMOND. RACING j o il y members of Circle No. 3 at cards yes terday afternoon at her home in Clinton street. Pedro was plaved and at the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. V. D. Weis, Mrs. Clara Piagemnn and Mrs. Frank iCeler were the prizes winners In the games and the consolation prize was awarded to Mrs. LoiMr.an, In two weeks Mn. Leisman will he hostess at the In-me of her sister in layette street. The Krthstane C'.uh meeting was post poned one week until Tuesday. June 4th when Mrs. J. M Turner of Truman ave nue will be hostess. The club will be entertained :U luncheon i,.;i,. his which the member will devote t;ir Ume tlJ i.'ross v ork. In accordance with the proclamation of the president there will . a service tn St. Paul's Kpiset-pal chur. h w h. n the vested choir will sing :u S.T'O a. m. Thursday. The (lowers from the altar will b sent to th- C. A. P. alter tha sei i,-t f,r (j.o t Vno! ,-ph. Fifteen members of the A mom a Class of the IVip'.iM church were entertained by Mrs. .T. f;. Jackson yesterday after noon rtt the monthly birthd.-iy soci il of the c'ts. T;i ? members d ted t h afternoon to ii.oir sewinc for tlv Ho'r ian children and aemplih-d h great deal of work. A dainty collation was served at the close of the afternoon. Mr ard Mrs. decree Cupp of C3'. Logan street entertained Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cupp of Detroit stre.-t and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cupp of Waco, Tex,, at dinner las! evening. Owing to Thursday binc Peroration I 'ay the Knish's and Ladies of Securny Club meet inn has been postponed until the following Thursday afternoon, Juno th. - Oral Hive Xe S36 I.. O. T. M. M. and Steel City Hive of isry held a joint as sociation meeting in Hammond yester day. The business was disposed of at the morning session and in the after noon there was a class of fifty candidates initiated. It was a private initiatory serv ice and was in chm g- t.f steel City Hive. In the evening; Opal. Hive put on tli" public initiatory work and also gave a drill foliowins which there was an interesting musical program. The. (Treat Record Keeper. Mrs. Emma Power of Port Huron. Mich, pave the principal addrss of the meet ins and there w ere remarks by other visiting officers. Mrs. Miie Wakefield, the r;reat D-'iuiv Com mander, and Mrs. r.ose i i .Vei!!. th- State Deputy Commander, were present. A National Crop Improvement Service Calves May Be Raised Profitably if Fed Upon By-Products MILK represents on of the most valuable human foods, a prod uct which can never be over produced and which should not be used as a feed for live stock except In very limited amounts or under very unusual circumstances. Dairy cattle and calves Fhould be fed upon by-products of dairy and cereal manufacture, for it Is of distinct eco nomical Importance that s'jch feeds be used for growing calves. In a large measure replacing milk. Prof. P. E. Caldwell of Purdue uni versity says: "WeH-developed. calves cannot be gTo-xn upon nature's Ideal food, milk, if the dairyman Insists upon disregarding the many well known factors essential to the health and growth of the baby caWes. On the other hand, highly satisfactory pains may be obtained by the prudent dairyman through the use of milk sub stitutes of proven merit, if he will but realize that the youn? calf Is a baby requiring regularity In Its habits, clean surroundings and comfortable envlroa ment." The calf meal found to be quite effi cient at the Purdue station contained hominy feed, linseed meal, red dog flour and dried blood. If it Is to be used as n supplement to skimmed milk or buttermilk, it fhould be used In small quantities at first, and. as the meal ration is Increased, the milk ra tion should be reduced. When fed In connection with whey, use the whey in exactly the same proportion as If water were used, that Is, about one pound of calf meal to each gallon of water. The mixture should be made fresh for each feeding. It ought not to be allowed to stand from duy to day in unwashed buckets. When the calf has been taught to drink milk from the bucket, replace a small portion of the milk at each Do Not Get Careless With Impurities Invite Disease. You should pay particular heed to any indication that your blood supply is becoming sluggish, or that there is a lessening in its strong and vital force. Ey keeping yctrr Mood purified, ycur system more easily wards off disease that is ever present, waiting to attack wherever there is an open of Celebration under the auspices of K VNXAXEE LODGE OF ELKS ATHLETIp EVENTS AEROPLANE FLIGHTS EXGLISH XOVELIST DECLIXKS A TITLE fUfci A' t V "j It John Galsworthy. John Galsworthy, the English novelist and playvicht, is perhaps as well known in America as in Eng land. His stories and plays have been widely enioyed by the Amer ican public. Recently Galsworthy declined a knighthood and the honor of - - delitrh! f i.l dinner vns served the vial tors and candidates by tn members of Opal Hive. The members of C.o'tden Ilule Council No. 1 P. of L. ltave a busy week before :h--m with a n.etinp at Indiana Harbor J'riday evening when they will Initiate a iarpe cins of candidates, their regu lar lodpe ses-ion i n Saturday aftrrnoon which was postponed from last eventne; -n acount of the Mac aho. meetinfr. r. i-.u the annual s'aie rc'iivention cf th Paufrhters of Liberty vvhlch or--urs m Hammond next Tuesday. Jnue 4th. The recuiar me'ling of the Knights A i Laihes of Security will be held this j even; their hall In the Rimbach bin'iding. i Initiation will feature the meetinp j Friday evening of Hammond Chapter : No. 1-0 Women cf Mooseheart Legion. Thr was n myitis last evening of Tlimmond i'hapter 'rrn Star nt the feeding with an equal amount of gruel, so that the calf has practically nothing else at four or five weeks of age. After this time the liquid ration may be in creased to l1 gallons daily at five months. It must be remembered that a calf meal is a concentrated feed, and In or der to be successful with Its use. It is necessary to make ail change grad ually in amount of materials fed. Over feeding is responsible for much trouble in calf raising and the careful feeder will constantly guard against this source of trouble. In feeding grain to the calf It should usually be ground oats or wheat bran, two parts, mixed by weight with one part of the concentrated calf meal. If properly managed, the calf will begin to eat the grain mixture at ten days or two weeks of ngt?. After ten days of age, a calf will do well if fed but twice a day, regularly 12 hours apart The temperature of the artificial feed should be 1X de grees Fahrenheit, the same as the milk from the cow. If you are raising two or more calves together, be particular tliat each gets a proper proportion. Calves should be supplied with an abundance of good pure water. A little ! snlt should be added to the dry feeds each day. Keep everything scrupulous ly clean. Keep the rnlf In a dry. airy, light, well-protected place. They are very sensitive to draughts and unsani tary conditions. Change the bedding often. The cr.lf should begin to eat hay r.t tea days or two weeks an4 should be given roughage if too laxa tive, substituting timohy for o'fa'fa or clover. With every calf meal you can get exact directions for feeding. They have been carefully worked out and it will be well to follow them. Your Blood Supply ing. A few bottles of S. S. S., the great vegetable blood medicine, will revitalize your Diooa ana give you new strength and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Everyone needs it jtiit now to keep the system in perfect condi tion. Go to your drug store and get a bottle to-day, and if you need any medical advice, you can obtain it without cost by writing to Medical Director, Swift Specific Co., 25 Swift Labor tory, Atlanta. G ftp Ali. v"t -Iv-aiV V 1 9 10 FRIDAY LAST DAY FOR THE BABIES The mothers on Feale avenue. Alice stret. Claude street and Krle street. r urjred to brlnjr their bahjes to th Lafayette hool to be examined in the TVUi Ptby chnirs held for th? government. M'thers should consider this a dut. not only to the government but to thei. children and should be willing to do thlr shrt.te towards makinfr the babies of the United States healthy and happy by bringing them to these clinics, when the. doctors are giving willing:!;' hours of thir valuable time to ex amine them free of charge. Masonic Temple. It was the regular lodge session and there was balloting on candidates. On the next meeting nisht the social hour will be In charge of the J Criffith members. Mr. and Mrs. A !' Wanner and Mr land Mrs. Howard I'radley of Chicago I were th? pucs's of Mts. Manner's par ! ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ward of State i Line street yesterday. NOTICE. Parties who have purchase! Third ; Liberty Loan bonds at the American I Trust and Savings flank csn . "-i ure I same by calling at the bank ji-:5-3l H. . KKISSI-;. Serv. j 'I h marriaje of Miss Caroline Sell -r-iei. daughter nf Mr. and Mrs M. ocherer of South ilohttinn street, to peter L. i Kril was solemnized at eight o'clock j Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's chur h. The Rev. Father p.erc officicted and in !the bridal part;.- were Hie bride's -.,ust,j. jMiss Clara Terre of ('hi-a'i Heights, till, who served a h-r only bm!c .stnnbl ;and Jacob Endress of Evanvi'.le. In-t . j the best man. Mrs. John Sch'-rer pr ! sided at the pipe organ and St. Joseph's ; cho;r rendered a pretty niusp-r.1 pro gram. The bride wore a silver grey satin gown and a white leghorn hat. Her flowers were a corsage bouquet of lilies of the valley and sweet pe.t Miss Terre's gown was, of king's blue crepe meteor and she wore a white leghorn bat. Following th ceremony a wed ding breakfeast was served at th bride's home for the bridal party and immediate relatives, Mr. and Mrs. K'i! are on a brief wedding tr.p and on the.r return to Hammond they will be at home in Erie street. A "buneej party" was given even ing in th- auditorium of the Irving school by St. John's League of North Hatnin-'nd. About one hundred nd fifty g ics's ere entertained, among tb.em a cumber from South Chicago. Whiting. Lidiana Harbor. Hesville, II'rck and JIam mond. Th" came continued until el"ven o'clock after which refresh ments were served, rti7.es in th" games were won by Mis Frances Sell altz and Walter Lewandowskl. Congregation Beth-Al wi'l hold a service Thursday at S:,"o a. m at the Temple, "53 Sibley street. In rompliar.ee with the President's proclamation. Pr. P. H. Rosengard viil officiate st the service in which the Sabbath school will participate. Mr. and M'S. Herman V. v sse r urned lat evening from their honey moon and are at hom at South H"h man street. Their wedding took plaee j in Petersburg where Mrs. Sasse's son. Lieutenant Harold Hammond, was sta i tioned previous to his departure for 'France. From there thy went to Nor i folk and from there by boat to New ' York City returning by way of Niagara Falls. Mrs. Sasse wp.s formerly Mrs. Miami Hammond. Frank Lawyer. 351 Irigraham avenue, left today for Camp Wh'fl'r, Georgia, where he will be stationed. Hubert Gavit Is home from Wabash College at Crawf ordsv ille. Ind , for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gavit of Hyslop riace. Sir. and Mrs. Joseph Pi. Ruff and daughter, Marion of 35 Ruth street, will leave tonight for Nwhn Falls. Kan. vhkere they were called on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Ruffs father. Born to Pr, and Mis. J. Arthur Pav is. VI 5 May wood avenue, this afternoon, a son. PHILA. SCHOOLS STOP TEACHING GERMAN PHILADELPHIA, May C?. Elimina tion of the study of German from the public high schools of this city was voted today b" the bo.ird of education. PetlMrn w-ere presented from clty counrji and a srore of patriotir or ganizations asking that German be dropped. AT THE ORPHEUM. Mrs. Buck Weaver, wife of the base ball plaver. and th four Cook stters. Hchman St. Near State. DRUGS Phones 1420-1421-28 SUMMERS SAYS 111 honor of Memorial Day this store will be closed from 1 3. m. to 5 p. m. Thursday, Mr.y SO. CO. en Thursday 7 t; in. to 1 p. m. and from (: ; p. 111. to 10 p. m. ) EOc CHLOROX TOOTH PASTE 25c WOODBURY'S SOAP $1.00 NUX AND IRON TABLETS 60c DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS s. $1.90 S. S. S 39c 18c 58c 46c 1.53 Summers Pharmacy (PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS.) Hohman Street Near State. PHONES 1420142128 FUR REPLACED BY TAFFETA RUCIIIXG ' I t . ii. 1 fey,'',- 5?esv-; (t to Here m a frock which ii idea! for summer social functions. Silk tulle is draped over pastel colored soft taffeta. Silver tinsel lace forms part of the bodies. The most unusual fea ture is th.3 use of bands of taffeta ruchinr; on the skirt and sleeves which simulates fur trimming. ai e a peetai attta'. t :.-.n at th Ham mond CrpheutT. theatre Monday and Tuesday. They sing. Th feature toilay 1 "The Brides Maid." a miniature masital rnir.Hy; oilier acts are Fai re and l.ia .r, m n "tie's; Wright and Pa-.ls: J.-e. and Agnes Riley, violin and harp. and Gardner's Maniacs. FINED FOR DESERTION. Steve Ga. k of 77, Com pan..' !?-':. ! oi5t f'a-. triotid, was fined $fn and ser.t j f i the T'enal Farm for six months hv j.Itidg'- Klet7. ;n the Hammond city j-ouit !!-,:. moi ning for wife nd child i de.-e : t;.-n. CHORUS TO SING. The Liberty Hal! chr.ru !. asked to be cr-.re ..nd be on hand at two o'clock tomorrow. Peroration Pav. at Liberty Hal1, t " s.rg at. the tnerriorinl service. LETTER FROM WAGGONER Byron E. Wararonr. a Jackie at I". S. Naval Station in Ftan-e. ,as wri'ten a lever to Frank S Selic-r. Hammond football player, in wh!--1j be t'l of the splendid baseball and f--,t. ball ma'eria! In Fian-e. Better to have War Savings Stamps in your safe than the blood stained hands of the kaiser's hordes at your throat. REPLACES ALFIERI AS WAR MINISTER jr -a F 'Vi . : ' J sv General Zupelii General Zupeili is Italy's new min ister of war. He fills the place made vsc?nt by General Alf.eri, who has reti t.'at h m'ght .ake a com mand at the front. HE CURED CHRONIC COLD with y Mr. Bagley's Letter Printed Here As Proof. Dunn, X. C. "I suffered writh a chronic cold for four months, coughed day and night. Had to keep on work ing day and nicht. Had to keep on work ing when I was not able to. I saw Vinol advertised and tried it. and I want to tell you it just cured that cold in a short time." J. C. Bagly, Dunn. X. ". That's because Vinol is a constitu tional cod liver and Iron remedy which aids digestion, enriches the blood and creates strength. Then chronic cough and colds naturally disappear. Tour money will be returned if it doe not he'p you. .Joseph AV. Wei?, druggls' and Norris Phcy.. Hammond. Ind. Vinol Is sold In F.a.-t Chit ago by S hlieker's Pharmacy, and m Whiting by L. H. Mat Item, and at the best drug store in every town and city in the country. Adv. ' -. ' . ' r w..e er,v j &.tjr j - hxi if 1 ?t ' ' $i L i X i' - ' M i-- . , 3i Clear the A beautiful complexion is the outward mark of good blood and a healthy body. When the stomach, liver and blood are in good order, the skin is clear and lovely. Ur.-i-htly blotches, pimples, eruptions and saUawness tho'v the need of Bcecham's Pills to stimulate and regulate the vital organs and improve the circula tion. Good health and better looks soon follow the use cf t . : i 1 lil Direction of Sped! Value to oold by druggists thronzhoct TO LITTLE SISTER i ou were only a kid, little sister. When 1 started ov-r the ta, Put you've grown nui'e a lot since I came here. And you've written a lever to me. 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