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Tuesday. Juno 4, 1918.
"Mill i i i THE TIMES Page Thre. L.Lam.8.. ... SCOUT CUP PUMHED FOR LAKE A ceneral mooting' of the Cilumct Boy Scout camp commute was held at the Cham-be r of Commerce rooms, XT. a t Chicago last , e tn!nR, and do :a.is completed for i :i s ! . tu l: n of this camp at Cod.tr Lake this iimmir. The 5'.; recommended by ill'- n-m-mitto wis iinan.K!"'.isiy a i.-;ii.-d and arrangements will b maJ at once t- I ,;t s ?;: in ..i!!ab! condition for he uimp Th Ian, upon w h !-'. th.- a :v. p will be located is known as the Thif.Irthtt a:te pj.-ip-rty. known to the - ! -.- !' ! Ps.rints as ihe P-g-ifr pini-?. and I I-o.i;d oti th ea.-t ide of the ink. whiting formally accepted the !nvi to jo.n to- camp an-! Iht-r- r j e three member of the AVhtt.ng' council i-.-i-f'rt at the meet -- sr. Word was re.-e've.j from Inllana ii.-bor council that they had already a i - a rra r.KfniT t s for their f-.immrr imp and that in consideration of this r i l th-'V fc'.t compelled t o deei.ne t -. v : ' a t : ':) of the r.-mni:Ue to join hi the Calumet r.t-.vomc-nt. ""A rk will bo hoo:n r chop to n? rTl;:oi th" n'iiiii'f:' .f Hoy Seo-jt ? In tr. :f - ion that, w-.l! attend the r.ivun. DRAFT CLASSES GIVENJJ LAPQRTE East Chicago and Gary Boys Placed in Latest List Sent Out. v a r ; i .! inittor is In charge of th .-co;;! n.n . in Hammond. Ent Ch i -'I C o it-. " ; tire, and all boy who ,1, S"-"1 w. isked to sipn a c. 1 which must also contain the signature :f th" r-itnr. Tt was definitely decided that th cost to ach boy for board would b 53 per week. Th--sc ho s who join t It o camp for t h w e e k - e n d may c !- : a n iv.esl f-'T 15 cents each ami ln-,is::ng f r 1 .". cent?, mak.r.g the cost 50 cent.; per day. Th camp will open on th 1 5th of July and wiil c"nt:n in periods of T-,.- weeks until all boys have been cc com no d a ted. It Is desired to secure as many tn;s as possible t--y properly house thrt boys d thr w.-. o !uv tits a r- a w :-. 0 a r will. rig: to !"an them for the boys' use u"id-r careful supervis :-n will please eomrnur.i ate with W. C. Relman of Hammond. W. A. C-x or r.ast Chicago, and Jo)-.n J. Keller rf Whir.ntr. There was f :ra discussion last nigh -f :h p:s;:t-iiity of turnip? ovr the camp and its entire e c;'i i pn en t to the Camp F.-.-e .-Jir's for a shut period before the her:nniro of soN,)- -pr. ember. V.'hetber or not this can i-e u-n will depend largely --n th r.ttrnb- "f B -y S' art-iyir.? f-v enrollment. Th r?:bility w::; l- d. e.-mir.ed in a c--.i;.l- of vek?. WORD FROM FLOYD IRISH :--i3 cm from Saginaw. JTo-h.. that Floyd Irish, formerly of Ilam-m-"r.d. is .-t.II confine! j .-, t h'-use ai t r. r-u r'.i it. has bee n t .i-plvn e ks s-noe t h e a '-id e nt In w hh h wa. t ; k I - -an tu:--rr.ob:!. Mr. Irish experts to o- r -ou ;e .-. r. . I Telephona 934. i rSTK-VAt. To Tun TtMrs.1 hAI'OIITF, INP., Jtinrt 4. The latest draft classification1- for Lake county re turned by the app-al board nre bs fol lows: Kast Chicago Van II. rttiffncr. " K ( rrchissitied) ; Felix J. Sully. 2 P; 1- 'rank M. Kickels. 3 I.; Albert U. Mulia. 4 A (on arP'Sl 2 P; Isadora Carlson, 2 P. ar.d J.-x.-pli Htstrim. 2 IX I.ake County, p:isii.n 2 (Hammond. Ind) Alexant'.cr S. Ci'I. 2 P; "; orge l. I.an(jl-cn. 2 H (on appeal 2 P), and H.iry C. Wartifr, 2 P. City of :;iiy. No. 1 John V. Moram, 2- 1). Ward M. Muldowney. 3 K; John Coleman, .. K; I'am- I M. O Itrien. 21"; Henry John Paigler. 2 -P; Joseph p.-n-fan, K : .hime.s Frank M rava. 1 1; Pante S. C'(-oiinelI, .1 K : John IJesan. 2 P; George l.ee Vonf-i. 2 '; Crover H. Mct'uily. 3 K; Isadore Kramer. 2 Pi Harvey P. Carlett. 2 P; Monroe F. M-'Aov, Z K: Krn.-st V. Allen. ." K; M:k' he-. Murphey. S K: Ka'ph M. I'ct !;;in, it K ; l uni! NIsot, 2 P; Mm:! IVCrson. 2 P. Jeor-,-" It. Thatch er. 2 P; Wall-r It. M-diuder. 3--K; Tun:! Ilr-ssi.-sf ti. 2 I1: l-'ran- es Kelly, K; Albert J brush?!, 3 K : Frank Ma ! ousek. 2 P; Harvey Thrown, II K: Henry llersentr.-h.-r. ." K; 'hristiftn 1 A'zh.un. 2 P: Hc-t-.r V. l.iihail. 2 Pi ill i,i m H. McCorob, 2 P; Kueene V. Wa'ter i.isomak. 2 P: liussel I. Iltiii.e-. 1 K: Arm in vn IVrcg hy. " -K: V.'iiliam J. Moran. 3 K ; Axel n. F.aoktrson. 3 K: John Faherty, 1 A ion appeal. 3 K): Albert ". Corus. 2 P; James H. Martin. 2 1: .TosoT'h I". K!rs-!i. 3 K: Cerhard M. I.oder. 2 P: benjamin A. Creen. 2 K; Ira .1. Crouse, " K: I'orest J. Smith. 3 K: George Kolevinski, 2 K; Frank Nelson. 2 P; Henry Thomas Harry, 3 K: Florence A. Palmer. 2 K: William F. Marks. 2. K; Alfred William Prandt. 4 P: Thomas Russell Smith. .3 K: Carl V. Hendrick son. 2 P; I.loxd I.. Henderson. 3 K : Claud O. p.T.nison. 2 i; Charles K. Milleh. Jr. 2P: Ml mo A. Knoch. 3 K: Frank J. Su!h-n. 3 K. and Hay K. Cunov, 3 K. Albert C F. Wadel. 1 A (on appeal); Fre-1 Krueer. 1 A ( "ti apreal); Fillip po Pa'ma. 1 A ion appeal): Fail C Murphy. 1 A it. appral): Kdward P. Fr.rton. 1 A (on app-'al) Robert Nor man. 1 A t-n appeal); John J. Mo .Sra'h. 1 A; r"r Frederick. 3 K: I'harles Jones. 1 A ( on appeal; Frank M. KuckenbeckT. 1 A (on appeal i; I. e-ndia? i.'handiia?. 5 F (on arpca! : 'I'jy J. J. Scacer. 1 I; Herbert II Ftshr. 2 P; Pa id A. J.--k-T. 3 K ; Joseph K. Prlnen, 2-K: Ray T-ulIock. 2 P: Th"n-as C Mason. 2 K; Chai !a V'. I'o- k. Z- K: W:'i Foo 2 P: haru-y Feft. Jr. 2 K: Ksrry Ooidstem I found physically qualifiedi; Si'ti',! R. Wak. 2 P: John Thompson, 1 1 (on appcap; Charles Corrsabenc, 1 I on appeal) .Tames Spioboias, " F (on appeal); I.rtiis A. P.-haeker.baeh. ! I ion ap peal): Adsen Grand. 2 P: Joseph S. N.athar.son. 3 B (n appcap; John R. Kersey. 2 P: John F. Froe'ss, 3 P; ion apreal): Jaroh Joseph. 1 I i"n ap Pal); Mike Vasi'aados. 1 1 (or. appeal;; Jintes Ccnir.ios. 1 I (on nppeal). Ko; Wililam O. Btirke. enRiueer coips. ( East Chicago; Oscar M. Wise, medical j corps. Crown Point; Paniel A. Reich, engineer corps. Manitowoc, Mich ; A. F. Maxwell, signal corps. Aifc-er. Mich Pewey Thacker. signal coins, Renss elaer. Ind.; Ezra T. Firidge. coast nr uilery corps. Mctjoysburp. Ind ; Har per P. MikseH. toast artillery. Pelphh Ind : I'lede I. Heaver, coast artillery, Delphi. Ind.; Joseph Amendola, enjri neer corps, ('hicago II! ; Harold A HaehneJ. cnkclpeer corps. 2nt Cosllin street; Lawrence J. Itrihnyer, enyin-. r n rf.". OOS S;hl( v street Applicant-- procuied in the Indian apolis disiri-t for ill- month of May. i I' '. . Indianapolis 47 A nderson ..' 21 Bedford -c, 'on ne rs v il le 1 Fllihart 21 Fort M'avne 7. jCaty -;i I I.i n t on Hammond I. a Porte Jvokomo I -a f a y e 1 1 e I.o.jransport M3 l:son ! Ma mm M incie New Castle outh Pend Richmond GARY STARTS GOAL STORAGE CAMPAIGN Dealers Meet Today With U. S. Administrator i Propaganda On. ;jJ!''n'iMiii:iiHiiiiiiiiiii!ifi:ii miiiii;!iimiiii!iimii!inniiin'i iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiitiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiHiiiaiimiinniii'.iii'L; Cigars John Ruskin reg ular 6c I Cigars, each ; Special Q A JT Tn T. : tJ M. L 1 J. A xr Tooth Pastel Z 30c Tubes atl I'n-br 'he fniFpio.s r,f (.:,,, f,;,-! ,-;,!-ministration Caiy fit.iv hr ;in its '..! coal campaign, a j-ro. .;ed ng that w; :i also lie rnrth'd ut n every p-irt o-" Iakn i ounty OrnloM Meet. Coal deal' rs nut in.-lnv at ivninifr cia! club with C.'y 1'ue! A lin : n :,'., t . Initiva'i.l M.i-'. Th i! -ia . fourt.--" 4-mir.ute j.i--'i w:;i oin j taikinp. . a wagons v.-.,l in placarded -.villi the h-m- I i I-a Forte n ernment'H pica, and b:ll ...ards w:i! .. ! JSl 'f 7 Kokomo 31 'used. I I . :. I Cary y-ids hold but I-ineo tons , ; 1 ( Mad 'son fi i roai. The city us. ton!! f.,r ' Si T X . 4it tons of c..Ki a mcs j--..bi ! -.- the ! fi fn New Castle -3 trust. Fn.ess si .i-,-p ;.u ,..,,!.-. t;. J ! &T V outh Pend 47 iuirt.r.er and ear!;- u-i-r- may l.e ui-ai.:.- El I 4 fX r.l.-hmond 2 to pet .oal In tii n inter. New m-.-u- 1 -, Vf. ) . factor. alone w- t,ai;e sr, ,;n i ' j - tr'"S- ' ' 1; iV i Buy a Thrift Stamp todav. Buy a Thrift Stamp todav. ! VlS feMIra SI 1 rtifmWtm xJzA$J'$ti iL'irij h'feS; "T THEN you find t!io pM c-o tlmt erivr-s you tin: VW most q'ood coal 1'or the least monev, V stay by it. But You Can't Be Sure Until You Have Given Us at Least a Trial Order. You may think you arc satisfied with your present eoal service, hut wc believe wc can jzive you still bet ter r-rU is faction. At Least Give us an Opportunity PORA?a HAMMOND LEADS IN Insurance NOTARY PUBLIC. Pora Building. 3452 Guthrie St. Indiana Harbor, Ind. 1 1 a 1 PHONE 70 Estimates Furnished RECRUITING FDR MAY ! i June to Ee Big Month ! Eighteen Enlisted Yes- j terday Aftemoon. j i fr-r, i on'v to I i 1 - - ? i ; jg; ..p 1 - : ; ! urn"TTl 5c j imUFMAHN & WOLF - HAMMOND. Imd. 20c A Special One Day Sale of ISIew Outdoor Apparel for Summer Featuring Silk Suits and Skirts. Pretty Wash Frocks and Outing Suits at Sharply Reduced Prices j Women s Washable Sport Suits on1y$3.98 ri Women's and Misses' Tub Suits, just the thin for summer outina; 1 v.-oar. cool and comtortabJe. 1 hey nave sport styje .lacKetsoi vnno gabardine with striped skirts; collars, ruffs and belts tare of ; striped materials that match the skirts; splendid d O Q O g valines. Priced at JJO ; $25 Silk Gingham Frocks $17.50 A sale of Silk Dresses that will open vour eyes as to value and style these times of hih prices. Smart, j chic models of Silk Ginghams, in pink, blue, laven- j der and tan. Draped, pleated and tunic effects. withjJS ,. . , n -1 ll. 1 1 J ' 1 sash belts and dainty collars ana cutis onemuroiuajis ered organdy; regular $25 frocks at $17.o0. Suits and Frocks at $7.98 Wnmeivs becomimr summer frocks of Shantung Sillrj in poihi, tan and rose. The suits are in sport style,j the frocks are belted and have organdy collars and; colored silk ties; $12.50 values, choice $7.93. - i $18 Silk Suits $10.95 Taffeta Frocks $12.98 f j These suits are the newest spring styles. tailored of fine Silk Poplin; they come in sand and navy with ..ollars and cuffs in contrasting colors. Regular $15 suits at K).f'5. dresses that would ordinarilv sell$at.! $15.00 and $16.50 were included ima re-;i ceht purchase they're in the yeryJs newest styles, navy blue only, all sizes4 l'nced at $12.yb. Harbor Hat ni r i oi Shining Parlor mUZSzti 'Vm" 340414 Michigan Avenue Near Guthrie St. Indiana Harbor, Ind Big Purchase of Silk Taffeta Skirts This splendid offering in TVomen's S-.'k Press Skirts Is characteristic of the lyion Store's policy o: poingr out and securing big- harsain for us patron. These skirts ere in the very latest styles ar.d crler.ngs, all are carefully made and of best quality materials. Values up to' $10 priced at only $5.98 There's a number of dlffernt attractive new models to choose from In pretty lig-ht colored Oincham Taffetas, new plaid and r-riped Taffetas, with novelty shirred and tscl trimmed rocket, separate belts, -to.; aiues to Jio.o-a, prjeec 98 ha7 Ha?f Price for These Trimmed Hats Very clever new effects, both large and i' J email, made of hemps, trimmed In crepe and-'': pretty flowers, colors are navy blue, cream. white and black; regular hats, tomorrow only $5.00 Hsr tond wa mm Building Contractor 4335 Forsyth Ave. East Chicago. fclarapolis In the state for the rnm'li ! H H j of May in vi.'unfer rccruittns. a re- j M p I port from Major Ryan today annonnc- , rj Hies. As Indianapoiis is piven credit f-.-r ' II nil men enlisted by postmaster thro ih- j o-it the state It Is impossible to tell ', from the report how many of the 457 volnteers credited to that city we-e 1 ES from Indianapolis alone. j B5233aSESS3ia23S22SrS3Z '! hi news that German submarine were operetinfr off the New Jersey roast cauped a boom in recruiting- at Serftenat Vv'ebh's offioe In Hammond today. Within three hours eisthteen men enlisted. Their names follow: Pa:,l F. Miller, signal corps, 4S0 Pine istr'-et: Glenn I. Evan. ensin-er corps, j 7?.9 Wood street; Alfred Johnson, en- t cineer corps. 15S Clark ftrfi; Andretr a Uisehertr. medical corps. Eat chicasro; J j '"red I.ars"n. cavalry. Fast Chit ago; J. 3 '. IIoffT.an. cavalry. Fast I hioasto; RenJ ilmrn. epe-neer o-.rr-s. "Fast fbioa- i.uuiauo i.ai uui, Xitu. t.'''' v. Strav.-, Panama and Felt Hal- (V; 'A Cleaned Blocked and "Repaired for a " both ladies and gentlemen. WE CLEAN AND DYE ALL KINDS OF SHOES Exclusive Chairs for Ladies. George Kondiles, Prop. 2 I GogbSupplyYX Armi Is! i' wrfrvvs-g i E TZr i-sr Monfh -t t wait until you have to i-jay more! There was a time when first class roads were a requisite to successful motoring. Today, with the cars we sell you can go anywhere the road leads. When you have a bad trip to make, if you haven't a good car of your own, borrow your neighbor's. And when you buy a new car come in and look this one over. Further Price Advances on Monday, July 1 have been announced on certain Nemo models. Other advances are Sj sure lo follow, as it is becoming !j mere and mere difficult to get the necessary ccrset material for the manufacture of corsets of the high ! Nemo standard. ! Be wise, buy Nemo Corset? El month in quality not one or two but j enough to last until conditions change. Ej You'll congratulate yourself on your fore Hi fight when it's no longer possible to buy quality corsets at any price. The Bis 4 NEMO WEEKS in June is a TIME TO SAVE! I 1 ! l , "" II: W 01 V ft : V I X: - , - , , i'a-CZ ) Kivll i-.c: lj r -c I.-.. ya i V U t A s v. t mm mm 111 t ii ; jit x 1 '' fj !H; ' Aft 11! ii ; 'lis ' ill mi V. VM J r !" this ""-3- : s? in $2.50' Hundreds o Untrmmcd Hatsj; Double S. & H. Green Stamps Tomorrow values to !4.l'P. in ail trie seasons isies: shapes, .both larfre and small; they're infc: hemps, rough straws and lacquered braids.;" black and choice nd all colors. Tour -y-ji the balance of'the 55-dczetn-pur- j- nmOn S rllnUSeS chase on pec.al sale last week; ; thev're the very latest styles in); tieoigrctte. Crepe de Ohine and Striped Tub Silk, white and colors; b'onses ,j that would ordinarily reta'l at 5.S. $.n0 and $7.00. Vour, O O l pjz&i: choice at i Wednesday's Shoe Bargains Big Savings in Women's and Children s Low Shoes "Oucr the Top" V)ti a Arcu' Straiv Th s ; : i C ivi. w.-n tb.er for frir. l.i?:f. -vr cht Fed- rns riol Sa.lors lie ( T i.l'oi-t S I o If.-. 1, P .1 !-.!)(! me. d. :-.i . i. ; n . ;., u : - . 5i:;. b.m.ls and pla..i i..a.-U : ..: binds n i sizes. Splendid vii- rv. r fi t A SPF.'TAI, rTRfllA? FI of ankle, strap suppers, pa.e;it leather, broad toe lasts, bow trimmed, durable leather sob's; s.ies 1 i 53 I. pa: r J l.o'l ; size? T.. 11. pair $1.39 GIRLS' BAREFOOT SANDALS Made of tan calf with sewed soles. Children's sizes, per pair. I1.C5; slse ?'i to 11. per pal: $!.."!; sizes 11 '5 to per pair $1.50 I I.ITTLK ONE - PT R A P 5MPPER f Rim mot a' calf, si.k bow tr'. mm rc. o.epeiv icathe: ft mtle. a . "$1.00 WOMEN"? HOUSB SLIPPERS Of vie; kid. Princess style. etd gore and plain toe slippers with common sense heels, some have rubber heels. cial, pair $1.48 II Afens New Panamas Panamas, drop cl o;a", -,'ii'.i P-.igaree bard in lb-man stripe $3.00 j:.. WHITE FOPLIN 'FMPc Lor.:: .slend"r amps', pla.n to mod' 1 . Losis ..:?. Idea! ; ;J for u:nr.i r a-.u t i t :i wca: :;1! sizes. P.-icid - for Trouble S. & H. Stamp Day .at E per pair 0LC . IE SMART NFW SLIPrr.RS of tan calf in arkie ft:a: f tyle. new lasts, bow trimmed. ir--nuin -..lit .-oie", s zes !!'.. to ii. per pair ?2.'"', sizes to 11. pair ?1AI; s:z--s : to s. i,, r pair $1.69 1 You Can Rely on the Quality of These BOYS SUITS I Two Pairs of 'Knickers $6.98 ! !AUF"MANN & WOLF - Hammond. Imd. ! V.'e pnr.-htsed tf."e suit? f em a manufacturer who tk p? ide in ! irn.-m? out "Q.iai.:" il. li es for hoy-. They are made from fancy mixtures that v. ;'! wear -v'i. the coat- have buckled belts, slash and pal-'h pockets similar n t!-" p.'-tui-e . TV.'ii pa : rjt f lined kn.rl.eis with each i' s f suit; s.zes it 1 j ears. Priced for this sale at y)0iO Z5c and 85c Wash Suits 49 Cents -j C'Jds and ends from rectlar st'K'k tliey'r ail splendid values. Tommy Tucker Myles v, ith sailor collar, tie. belt and pockets, stra.ght or bloomi r trousers. Made of pood quality striped percale, sizes ;i t- R :i years. Ppeciaily priced at. . 49c .-rCeT".-'V:-vit-' feoia- 7liiii!iiiiiiisiiti2iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!:iii:iiiiii;iitiiiiiiiiaiiiiisiiiiixti:ii::tsiii!iiiii!r "MinilTiiTiilTmin J