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Frifinv. Juno 28. 1918.
THE TIMES. Pcts Five Jns3 PERSONAL m SOCIAL NEWS Mr?. Renner Huffman wss tendered a delightful surprise party Tuesday ever. Ins by several of her friends at her home ia Forsyth avenue and presented with a pretty piano lamp. Mrs. Hoff man was formerly Miss Helen DcCamp ar.d her wedding was an ecnt of June' 15th. Music and games occupied the ! evening and in conclusion a dainty col lation was served There were covers for tha Misse3 rorothy Green, Ruth Wade, Mabel Anderson. Mabel Rund bom, Mabel "Welly, Madge Sandoe. Laura Kingston. Anna Lvom t-n.- Campbell. Harriet McMahon. Florence I and Frances Buckley, Lillian Trorpman, I Mildred Daily, Kuth and Nellie Hatha- 1 way, Janet and Henrietta Heivon. Ru'.i I DuFrain. Blanche Irish. Helen Geapler. Kn-.ma Connelly, Aurilla Wllonx Irer ' Van Slyke and Dorothy Slater. Mr. ar.3 Mrs. Georg-e Ko?s of Ken wood avenue entertained at dinner yes terday in compliment to Mrs Ross" par- enis. Air. and Mrs. William Eiilinp-s t who are leaving for Danville. Mr?. t-r.anes Bluings was the assisting host ess. Following the dinner the guests spent the afternoon very enjoyably with music and games. Those present were Mrs. C. D. Ross and son Klmer of Springfield. 11!., Mrs. Davily D:!y of St. Lcuis, Mrs. Far.k St. Clair. Mrs. Kay- mend Sohl. Mrs. Harley l'urnas, Mrs. James Morris. Mrs. William Griffith and ' eon Richard. Mrs. James Weeks and ! daughter Josephine. Mrs. Charles ! Shlrey. Mrs. Isaac Miner, Charles Bill- ! ir.gs. ACo.ph. Florence. Ja:r.e3 and ilabel Ross. Circle No. 1 was entertained at cards yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Walz at the home of her daughter, Mrs. August Ruff In Russeil street. Tedro was play ed at four tables and at ihe conclusion of the game sref reshments were served. Mrs. M. Klein. Mrs. Joseph Kr.oerzer J and Mrs. Jacob Kussmaul won the honors In the gams. In two weeks the. , club will be entertained by Mrs. Jacob j Kussmaul at her home In Highland ! street. The members cf the T. E. G. Club tc.ci.un.cu jiJ5cs i-i:in itipiey s birthday ' anniversary at tneir meeting iast even ing at the home of Miss Helen Stewart in Detroit street. The club presented her with several attractive cifts. Zee Bush of 357 Johnson street will b" hostess to the club on the evening of July llth. The members of Golden Rod Camp No. 1557 Royal Neighbors tendered Mrs. John Kerwin a delightful surprise party last evening at her home. 163 Hen;y street, in celebration of her birthday an niversary. She was presented with a potted fern. The. guests were entertain ed with music and at the close of th evening refreshments were served. There were covers for fifteen. Miss Mary Steck of Marshall. Mich., is the guest of hr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steck at the home of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Reilly. 40 Warren street, this summer. MiS3 Steck Is an art teacher and will study at an art school In Chi cago this summer and in he fall will teach in the public schools in Adrion, Mich. The Stitch and Chatter Club was en tertained very pleasantly yesterday aft ernoon by Mrs. Theodore Kiotz at her home in East Siblev street. The mem bers brought their needle work and dur ing the afternoon they were served with refreshments. Mrs. John Ludolph of Harrison street will be hostess at the meeting in two weeks. Yesterday afternoon the members of Start The Drive Right We will give with every $5.00 worth of cash resistor coupons for mdse. bought in our store one Thrift Stamp. Fill your card by trading here, starting June 24th. JACK FOX 501 S. HOHMAN ST. HAMMOND BLDG- Nifty crav, h Ortt's "Quality U. S. Army Shoe Ideal for. rk $5.50 to S7.00 Outing Bals Best summer work shoe, light and easy, $3.50 t--S5 Boys' Outing $2 to S2.50 "Baby Doll" Slippers for Misses and Children. A Splendid Assortment Popular Prices. Sizes 3 to 5 95c to $1.50 j Sizes to 11 $1.65 to $2.25 Sizes 3 to S $1.35 to $2.C0 I Sizes 11 12 to 2... $1.85 to $2.90 SPECIAL Misses' and children's "K EDS," ankle strap $1.25 values Shoe Repairing a Specialty (j LARGEST HALF A MILLION GIRLS ARE ORGANIZED FOR WAR WORK, Y. W. C. A. HEADS HEAR CTOr , . . i ' y v. v. . . J, - A 5 T 5 J Tod row, left to right: Mrs. James S. Cushman, Mrs. Coleman de Pont, Miss EUa Schooley and MIs3 Mabel Cratty. Below, left to nsht, are Miss K. Louise Fitch and Miss Keith Clark. Ha f a mi inn nnrl havp hpr fir. ranized into patriotic leagues in 421 cities in the U. b. bv the war council sociation. orhrial of the Y. V C A reported at the first annual meeting; w:e council in ew 1 or. ine . picture shows a group cf Y. W. C. A., worrier, in front of the Hotel Fetro- rrad, In Paris, operated for Amer-, - 1 1 the sixth division of the M. K. Ladies' Ai dSociety were entertained bv Mrs. P.. V. Porch at her homo. 3!1 Esst Sib'.ey street. After a short business session lea was served ana trie members eii- joyed a social hour Mrs. F.ose Bossard of W. State strce' opened her home to the members o. Opal Hive No. S is L. O. T. M ST fe! a special iiiee.:;'. yesterday f i ' morm There was Itiir'tir. tr on candidates and othr acted. business of invportan trans- I Honoring her sister. Mrs. Harry Kirshoff of Pittsburgh who ;s her guest Mrs. Rudolph entertainer! at dinner Wednesday evening at her hom in Clinton street. There vrr covers for Mr. and Mrs. Modie Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiily. Mr. and Mrs. .Tack Reilly and son Robert. Mr. and Mis. William Gallagher sr.d son P;!!. Mrs. Feis and Miss Klsie i'els. Mr. and Mrs. George Rs thins nn, Mrs. McLaughlin and Miss Hoffman. Thls week's meeting of th" Baptist. Woman's t'nion took rjace yesterday afternoon at the church end vas in j charge of the social department. The ' program Included a piano duet by Miss Adele Dunbar ar.d Franklin lion! s. a piano solo by Gertrude Maukms and a reading by Mrs. Hobbs. A report of Red Cross work done by he Auxiliary I was given and arrangemeni s were made for Gentlemen's Evening to be observ- i ed Thursday. July llth. There will h. no meeting of the Union unt il 'he after noon of July lMh. Following the election of officer? this, evening at the meeting of Hammond I jX Shop For Vlen HAMMOND, IND. f ' - ' . h - f . . ... v V Smart Summer Footwear For Men, Women and Children Snappy Styles Best Leathers Popular prices. Pumps and Oxfords for Women Daintv, eool. stvlish. Oharminc; new white oxfords with new mil itarv heel ( just arrived) $1.00 Oxfords in black, brown, white, high or low heels. $3.50 to $7.00 Smart Looking Pumps Patent and dull kid, white kid or fabric. Prices $3.50 to 36.50 sShoes" for Men. Walk-Over Shoe s "Comfort's choice," many style?, all sizes SG.OOto S9.00 Other Good Shoes S3.50 to $6.00 $1.00 Buy War Saving StaniTjij for Victory BOOT SHOP $2 O WWW -Vo"- ,.V"v r V .SIT kg"!'? I K. v w,-.w4. ' f'f v Hi& j v ijw & J r J"J" vV?! , 'itSST K ; ' i rft-r-11 ican women in that citv by "Y women. i Temi-Ie No Z PythLui 5.5ters at the K i of p. temple in HoV.man s-trc. t there I will be a card partv fcr 'ho members ' nncj tnfl- f r lo-nds ; j A meeting rf the True Kindred lodge I Is announced for two-thirty o'clock S?at I urday afternoon to t ran sue t business in '. 1'iT.r.wi ion v. ith the purha.-e of war i .-"a ir.gs Stamps. Porn to M '" 'lostiin . ar.d Mrs. Robert We'.ty. street, this morning, a , daughter. i t-J " ru:it lor lowormi? and rais house warming l:i honor of j '" uhmarins cut e.f the water for memixra was g:en last . "!Kent. repairs. (n sichting the boat the Haiir.ony Cub. Thej'!l" G-.thianr3 passed rlose to her. Pe- A double wo of its evening by t ck.b members nd t:-.e.;r r.usranrls t.rst assembled at th home oi Mr. and Mrs ' N. J. Austcen :n State Line street where the time was .-"pr-nt pleasantly 1 with game.- r.nd music until ten-thirty 'o'clock. From the Austgeti home th-v ', droe to tj r.ew residence of Mr. and ! M - R- Hcr-nger in Garn-id stre -t v.ii-re ni.Tiui rei rcMiui: j s:r"'d. Th club prosented both Mrs Austgen and Mrs Hcrznger wlh pot- j ! ted plants. The guests were Mr. and j 'Mrs. e;eorge- Hevuser. Mr. and Mrs. Co.! Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. r,. L. !; key. Mr. j ie. ..r t:ie i . . shipp:nsr Hoard de j.nd Mrs. Georg Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. j olared hi today th close of the war Giles Warrer. Mr. nod Mrs. Willnm ' w!U find the l'n:ted States with a big ; Meyer. Mr ar.d Mrs. Jesse Tearson, Mr. jand Mrs. Paul Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. i Dibblee and Mr an d.Mrs. W. B Parker. ! FOR RENT- A Bissell ESectrl". Suction cleaner with all ae-eS3orif s for cle.m- ins russ. ria!trf s. springs, fumtture. iiiiinos. wall. mouldings. ?te. Fh"n b. 6 p. m. 4' af'cr. 1315R. or 43 Detroit st. imp postal, B. Wolf. Ha mmond. 6-19-21-24 Members of th" rour.ger set enjoved i the "Duo Hop" given by the Q. T. O. C. j ar.1 F. X. G. Club last evening at th i Hammond Country Club. There were 1 between seventy-live and one hundred i guests, among the-m sex era I from Kat t army bill and the f,.oft0.oo.ft0 forti j Chicago and ;ary. MoKelvoy's orches- j f a t ton bill before Jul.;- 4. it was stat i tra cf Fast Chlcaf-o played for the danc- er!. Both are necessary before the army j ing. The party wa,- "it? of the. most ; progra ni for the coming fiscal year delightful of the summer aar.ccs. -- O - Divine services vviil be held by con- the diaft age i.-, expected to end today. ' gregation R'th-Ai this evening at eight j War time prohibition may be eon ! o'clock. The p.ev. Rosenjard will offi- sidered Just ahead of the fortification cale and preach a sermon. I Mrs. K. B. Cross, 1121 Monroe street, j was hostess yesterday afternoon to the members of the South Side W. C. T. T". who met to quilt for the Hast Ham mend Day Nursery. A great deal of work was accomplished. Another meet ing is announced for two weeks from yesterday when Mrs. Harold Cross will be hostess. The members or any of their friends who have patches or quilt ing materials who will give them are ; askea to nave mem reauy ior 111.5 mo.i- ir.g. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thiers of Oarflvld street Thursday. June :"th. a son. Robert Alfred. Joseph A. Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Albert, left this morning for a three months' course at Purdue Uni versity at Lafayette. WIFE OF U. S. MARINE VERY ILL Mrs. Jame? Carne. n". Un',: Kal-y. forme-iy a milliner nt the Hammond iiat Shop, is very ill in a Chicago hos pital. The ra ie of the il!nes is a small tumor against the Juglar vein. One day nearly a year ago Miss Falcy met James Carne. a United States Marin, in Hammond when a crowd of Marines stopped off for lunch. Thev were married cl-v:! a month ago at Calverton. Texas, where h :.- sta t.or.ed. ATTEMPTED RAIDS REPULSED !"CviTEr Fhess Cablegram LONDON.. June 2 Attempted enemy raids at Moyenneville and south of Arras were repulsed with losses to the enemy. Halg reported today. 'To the neighborhood of Rossi gncl wood there was mutual artillery firing last night. "Casualties were infieted bv our pa trols. Near Mericeurt w-e carried out a successful daylight raid. 'e took a few- prisoners and sustained no cas ualties." WILL IT BE FINAL EFFORT? I'XTTEn rP.ESS riSLFlCRAM. LONDON. June JS-The Germans will soon launrh the;;- finul supreme effort. it was learned from an authoritative source today. It is sai l a partial o'- j fer.si''e will be started against the northern portion cf the British front. ! The main blow probably will be tween Rfceims and the Ardeanea SECOND RED CROSS WAR FUND NOTICE Twenty-five per cent of all cf the Second Red Cross War Fund pledges will be due and payable at Liberty Hall July 1st. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily and from 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. during I the first ten days of July, August end j September. Prompt payment of this patriotic ob ligation will greatly aid our boys In I'rar.i e. 6-;8-:t A. M. TURNER, Chairman Second Red Cross War Fund. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS! AH Knight? of Tithias and Tythlan Sisters. Iiulonging here or elsewhere, are rej.iest.--1 to mett at the Pythian T.inpK, K-hrr.n end Ogden streets. Sunday fvmrg at T o'clock sharp. Those assembled will then march in a lfudy to iie Episcopal church on Rlin baih avenue, where the K,-v. W. J. Hawthorn "ill deliver th memorial aej Oress. Hrotlvr Knights! Please pass trie word filons ntir !;t us do honor to our lodge. ib; h has already more than forty members m the army and navy of our country. G-:o-:t COMMITTEE. CHANGE BACK HOUR OF SALOOH CLOSING We3t Hammond Barkeeps Not Satisfied with 11; Want Midnight. 7he West Hammond citv council last evening ordc rc 1 pre para t ion of an or dir.er.c" tj te introduced at the next m c ; i r p by v hi'-h the ?iosing time of the 32 salons will be thansed back to mieln.stht invtnd of 11 o'clock, as re cen'i..' decided. M-tor Kamradt' appointed John Sam cra'ki and Otto T'.ar.er to the board of ;.-ra! t;n;-r'.-.emr.t. H : has issued a proi I.inms '..on nnn--u.icinr that st Hammond will j.-m w;;':i Hammond m '!' Fourth of July celebration at Lib erty Hal!. DERELICT MOTHER U-BOAT FOUND N ATLANTIC PuRT. June 2S. Cap n H-lnifs of the Belgian velief .hin M'.ehiand repos t--i having sighted and j s.;nk a dert li.'t mother boat to a sub- ma:. ne. 1.0 -.:? south e.f lretanel The 1 ' " a-j.a:-u in went 1 Biar.i. a -ear- ! wa.- made but the .'.entity .-e.uM n-.t be. established. rc unable t) tiv the boat and believ r. it a danger to shipping he destrov- i'" her. j JJQ MERCHANT MARINE FOR U. S. 3r I.'xiTrti Prkss.1 CHICAGO, .line i's Chairman Hur- merchant niarin and a vast opportun ity for world trade, a thousand trade ,:iin? all over the world will go out with a roar w hen pea-. is deeiqred." he s-:d. "We w'l! be in advantageous P'-sitecn, then." he said, "because we ve il have ships to take our place. The American business man must recai-d ! the- whole world as his market." j WANT BILLS PASSED BY JULY FOURTH rp.r f.viTED Press I WAHIN' iTON'. June 2. Senate J leaders h to pass the $12.000.000. I vvrnoh hegins Monday can be carried j out. J'ebate e n the propoa to change RUMORS IN INDUSTRIAL CIRCLES Industrial circles had word of two big pieces of ne-,vs fday. One is that the big sro ernment nmni ion niam ' seeking a location will land a? Arco 11!. !Vid the other that a Hammond plant has secured an immense order for hospital furniture. COMING- TO ORPHEUM. The adventures of a little Irish lassie who makes her way alone to America s-e charmingly pie'ured in "The Little Runaway." the V-.'anraph Blue Ribbon Ren'iire. which will be- seen in the Or- rheum Theatre on July 3. , rascally ngert has stol-n the rents Fhe earned iiiiil.ing lace and she determines to fol low ar.d punish him. Gladys Leslie, tiny and beautiful star, plays the rart of the lassie, and Kdvard Ear!" is the Irish lord she n-.c-ts in America and w lie. brings her home his bride. Otherj in case are Mary Maurice. Betty Biythe. 'William Dunn. Jessie Stevens, and "William Calhoun. DIES IN NEBRASKA. Joseph La:b. IT yearn old. died .Tune 14th ;t RexiriRtort. Neb. Funeral was held er?!T1 the ft. Ann Catholir church. interment in the Catholic ceb etery. ARRESTED AS SLACKER Joe Sieber. Henry Bairlie and Peter Yojoh. all of 571 Columbia avenue, were arrested last right by Officer Mejeski ar.d Falmer for being slackers. MAKES GAME FIGHT FOR LIFE Fteve Fatio, the Indiana Harbor po liceman who was nearly stabbed to death by negroes on Guthrie street Wednesday night, is making a desper ate fight for life and has the advan- . tag" of a strong constitution that is i l.elpirg him in his reslstatnr. j Word comes f'day that Steve passed1 a fairly comfortable night and seemed ' I to be resting easily this morning. Phy-j I be-lriclans. however, do not yet hold any hope of ultimate recovery. out 1 SLOUCH POSTORE IS OUT OF STILE 1ST I'xitro Press WASHINGTON". June 23. Listen, girls! It Isn't stylish any more to stand on the heel of one foot and the inside of the other foot, with one shoulder higher than the other, and the head Jauntily cocked on one side. That was very pretty back in the days of peace and wastefulness, our svar has chanped the style in the in terest of efficiency. In the old days yeu could afford to have a headache at 3 p. m . ar.d feel ell worn out and la;y at 4 p. m.. but it Isn't patriotic mw. Hence, you must stand up straight, both feet sfjuarely on the ground, weight resting on the balls of the f?et. had up, chest out. wai?t in. after the r.ew fashion of efficiency. EXPEI1T IS IN (llAn(.F,. Miss Marguerite Sanderson, employ ed by the government to Increase the efficiency of the thousands of govern ment employes in Washington. la spreading: the new style here Posture has much to do with eff i.-ien-y, she says. Ii! fitting shoes, and shoes of insanitary shapes, are r.ext in order a nlhes of the k.i'ser in dccrea'jng Am erican efficiency. Men as weli as women are guilty of fauity postuie and bad shoes, says Miss Fsndcrson. Hut men nvr-r con sciously cultivated the habit, of tryinsf io touch the left inside ankle to the Fielewalk v hile standing talking f a gentleman friend. On should stand ss thouKh trying to touch the ground with all tn toes at the same time. Miss Sanderson says. If you ban? your head jour stomach sacs at the wrong end. and overworks ttsetf. thereby helping to gie you a head ache and t:red feeling. ilSTRIES Hereafter it will not be possible for industries to tell coal direct ' to em ployees. It will he possible, however, for any group of men to order a car of coai which may 1 e- bandied by the Industry inhere they are employed. T do tins, a permit must first be obtained !rom the local fuel administrator. This per mit specifies how many ears are de?ired. what kind of cernl it is. who the permit Is isued to and to whom the distribu tion of the coal is made. There is a heavy penalty attached to any falsifications in the application. All of th men who get lots of coal from any one shipment must, be regular em ployees of the plant to which the car is billed. Indiana Harbor these permits may be ebtained from C. p. Rurdick: in Fast " hicago. from F. L. Evans, chamber of commerce. LOSE VALUABLES FROM SUIT CASE Joe Davis and Darno Laza. Rouman ians, have been in Indiana Harbor bu a shojrt tiTne but they have learned one of th lesson that many of the foreign I CI'T BUY COAL FRDM I ft r-Ow IU V LH r, U "CV I t3 II 7. I V-iv I 11 LJCKtLi UCl i IVIarkiet 181 EAST STATE STREET, HAMMOND, IND. 713 CHICAGO AVENUE, EAST CHICAGO, IND. SS34 MICHIGAN AVE., INDIANA HARBOR, IND. 11109 SO. MICHIGAN AVE., ROSELAND, ILL. 426 EAST NORTH AVE., MILWAUKEE, WIS. n 352 Note This Week's HAiVIS SMALL LEAN REGULAR HAMS, lb.. SELECT BRAND CALIFORNIA HAMS, sweet as a GOOD SUGAR CURED BOILING BACON, lb FRESH LEAF LARD, ALL YOU WANT, lb ZSESSESSSSS2 Prime Native Beef Pot Roast, lb 23 Prime Native Rib Roast of Besf, lb 27c Choice Cut Native Sirloin Steak, lb 33e Fresh Cut Native Shcrt Steaks, lb 25c Fresh Spare Ribs, lean and meaty, lb 16c Fresh Meaty Neck Bones, lb Sc Fresh Liver sliced to order, lb 6c TRY OUR HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE IT IS DELICIOUS. Meats bought in the morning will be kept in our refrigerator until called for in Satisfaction THE MOST SANITARY MARKET IN THE COUNTY. 131 EAST STATE STREET. HAMMOND, IND. speaUing people in that section of the city are learning daily. Thete men recently ctme to the plant of the Inland Steel company and secur ed & rooming place at 3519 Elm street. While at work at tiie plKr.t of tha steel company, gome one secured en cured entrance Into their room and re lieved them of J-3 in cash, a diamond ting worth $310, a common ring worth f&.OO and other small a: titles of alue. This booty was obtained from their sxit cases. officers of the Indian Harbor sta tion are working on the tas but thus far there is no clue to the robbers. ilTILillo i ! i i Tn nr snsnr ! j iu nLuuiuL ij ! Ii VIGTORYi The Italians of the Calumet district cities, including Fast Chicago. Ham mond. Gary ar.d Indiana Harbor, are Planning a big celebratirn ia East Chi cago on Sunday next. June JO. m honor cf the great ietories that have been achieved on the Italian front during 'he last few days The committee on arrangements are East Chicago men ant n splendid pro gram bar; teen prepared for that day. There will b" a parade starting at 10 o'clock in the morning and H is an ticipated that at !ea.-t l"'0 Italians ivil! be in line jn fu! and jubilant over the successes that have crcunod the ef forts cf their countrymen in the east. The Kensington band has been se cured for the occasion end the parade vll! include both end.- of the city and will be oce of ihe spectacular features of the eiay. Srea,.s both in English r.rd .I'.alsan. are being secured and will cddre.ss audiences bo'h in East Chicago proper and in Indiana Harbor. Any Italians anywhere i.i th.s district wh; read this article may take this notice as a special invitation to be. present in East Chicago r.ext Sunday to partici pate in the festivities on that date. COTJIITXY STOHE.KEt?ES INCLUDED. There are many -country store keepers whose business is mostly retail selling, but who buy eggs nd sometimes poultry from farm ers. They have never considered themselves operators o poultry and egg packing plants, but in reality ihat is what they ere. The fact that they are in the retail business on too small a scale to require a retailer's license does not alter the ease. In order to comply with the law they must all fiil our blanks obtained from the United States food administration and to secure lieer.ses. ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Delivered to Any Part of the City. Ask Us for Prices. West Hammond Coal Company I J. J. EPEHM, Prop. S3BSSSS3S EE M. Ham, Berlin or Veal Sausage, lb 25c? Fresh Frankfurter or Pork Sausage, lb. . . .2ic Pickled Pigs Feet, cooked and spiced, lb 12c Swift's Shortening, better than lard, lb 29c Select Brand Salt Pork, lb. ;sc Salted Spare Ribs or Pig Tails, lb 13c Home Made Blood or Liver Sausage, lb 30c the evsning. Company Guaranteed or Money Refunded i d trtn rifci illrrii i n New Golden Chemical Kills Pesky Bed Bug s V. D. Q . Pesky rev11s' Quietus, the rr.nie o n new goHn color ed ihcmical fiiscovery by Pr. Pric5 thst :Ctual!v rids the worst infect - hoii.-" of P.ed Rugs. Roaches, Asr Klens and their esg. Thcv '"on't ''five time to kick after you get after thorn with P. L. Q. A pnckKge of P. I. Q. makes a ejunr! of stifng hu: kii!r A quart of thi? preparation goe farther than a bar rel of the old-f.ishjoned dangerous d .; e. p. !. Q htirm lss to hu- mnn r.r.d nfiml life. You cm rid jour pet J'-g of fi-as v. i n ?a'e-t. T. 1. ' w:'l not stfiln. i"t or burn the srirmss er cloihing You r ei'ug gist i.a. it or can get it for jcu. Adv. 0 DEDICATE MEW CHURC A church event cf no small impor tance m the Calumet region is the dedi cation of lh Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Croatian church in Calumet which veil! bo held Sunday morrflng comnieneing at ln o clock. Rt. Rev. Herman J Aierdmg, bishe.p. Is comirr from Ft. Wano to conduct the cere monies. Mass will immediately follow-. Varied s societies who are to par ticipate will meet at th corner of Chi cago and Kennedy avenues to Rrrangi foe line of march. The Knights of Columbus will march in a body with their insignia badge. Rev. Joseph A. Judnie is paster of the church. Man from Gary and Hammond ai e. expected CARD OF THANKS. To th" citir.ens of Hammond. Ind . and all concerned, for the great sym pathy and kindness extended me In my great misfortune at the recent wteck. EspeeiaUy I appreciate the efforts of Mr. Frank J ' ' P.ourke ar.d Dr. H. E. Sharrer. Father E. J. Schmidt of Pt. Margaret's Hspi'al and the Sisters in attendance to a'.l of whom I feel greatly indebted. 6-28-1 J'E COTLE. Piano Co. Established 1537. Capital and ourpiu $4,000,000.03. Manufacturers PLAYERS, PIANCS, GRANDS Stores in nil principal cities of the United States. Factory Branches 603 Forsyth Ave., East Chicagc. "S2 524 Or.kley Ave., Hammond. Wilfred Hughes, JLgr. Opposite Fostoffice. PHONES: Res., 1674; Office, 23S3. Specials 27c? nut, lb 24Uc? 27 27C Strictly Fresh Eggs, guar anteed, per dozen. Fancy Georges Middles, lb Heinz 's Large Dill Pickles, 3 for 24c 10c n Heinz Mixed Sweet Pickles, qt 40c? Pure Fruit Mince Meat, lb 9c Libby's Fine Cut Sauer Kraut, qt 10c Fresh Made Smoked White Fish, lb 24c i in"" ii nam