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September 28. 1918.
THE TIMES. Pass Five PFRSnHAi I SOCIAL HEWS a CBBbii I NOTICE. Golden Rod Camp I loyal Neighbors is requested to meet at the residence of Neighbor Gehrke. !': Sibley street, at 9 oVIuik Monday morning. Sept. :;rth. H-2S MINNIE JOHNSON. Oracle. OKOAN HECITAL. Instead of rttrular Sunday evening services at Presbyterian ehurch a ripe organ recital will be given by Walter A. Bell. Mr. Bell will be assisted by Miss Lillian Monberg, vocalist. EIOECTY.rOTJE.TH ANNIVERSARY. Gtorge Stolley, Hammond's, veteran rroOe-trottor. celebrated his eighty fourth, b-ithday last evening nt the home of his son. Kdwarci Stolley, 5m Morton court. I!einiios numbering fourteen were present ami a pleasant evpnin? was spent. Mrs. Harrison Chandler rnd little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. Arendt and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bruhrt of Chicago were among the guest a. The Hammond Woman's Club will ob serve. Reciprocity Hay at the Masonic temple Saturday, October .". A one o'clock luncheon will precede the pro gram. The program will be romiosed of various numbers Riven 1y each delegate from the different clubs of Lake county. Reservations should be made at as early a date as possible. To do this phone Hammond 273. The members of the .Marquette Club met yesterday a f ternooti-at the home of Mrs. T. W. Oberlin of Warren street. Mrs. m. Mashino of Detroit street will be the next hostess and will r.n rtain on Wednesday. October 9. The- first meeting of the history de partment of the Hammond Woman's Club will be h !d Monday W ith Mrs. M. Hower of Indian Harbor. It will be an all day session and luncheon w ill be served at 12:3a. The ladies will bring a plate, cup, fork, spoon and sugar, also a nedle and thimble as Red Cross sew ing will be done. At three o'clock a short business session will be held and patriotic songs sung. Mrs. W. A. Tarks will give a piano solo and Miss Ora Mc Qmlken a reading. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pomberger of Glendale, Fark have returned from a few day's' visit at Indianapolis. Harold Lyons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frenic Lyons of West State street is reported as Quite ill with diptheria. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, who have been making their home in Pittsburgh, have returned to Hammond and will re Fide here, Mr. White being stationed with the Standard Steel Car company. Mrs. White was before her marriage. Miss Genevive Hastings of this city. William A. Diefenderfer of 2f.O Ash Ftreet, who has been ill for the rast nine months, was removed to St. Mar garet's hospital Tuesday. He is suffer ing from kidney and heart disease. The Frances Willard W. C. T. V. will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Grieme, 131 Indiana avenue. The election of candidates to attend the con vention on October 4th will be taken up during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arrnond P. Frank of S09 Hohman street announce the birth of a CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Jake Friedman. 758 Delaware street, Gary, who lost their little son teroy by automobile accident, desire in their sad bereavement to sin cerely thank the dear relatives, friends, lks, Temple-Bethel, and the members tf the Younjf Judeas for the kidntss and love shown them in their hour of sor row. Such tokens of love can never be forg-otten. 9-25-3 MEMORIAJt. In loving memory of our dear mother. Mrs. Frank .ire.-n. who passed away two years ago, September 2?. 1016. The twilight drifts upon the land, and evening shadows fall; And it is then, dear mother, we miss you most of all. Wc see your face and in the gleam we dimly trace the care Your loving hands have had to make our home so fair. We hear the murmur of your voice in the moonlit beams; Wo see the love light from your eye Is in the sun lights farewell gleam. The sweetness of your breath is in the stirring air; The stately sepping of your feet In silence everywhere. The promises of Cod rejoins the words of p'-ayer. And when we leave this world we know we will meet you there. We shall turn our face from all the pride thftt at our sufferings mock. And seek the rend that lends away to where our mother walks. From Your Lonely Husband 0-2S-1 and Children. GRAPES California and Michigan Grapes FOR SALE IN CARLOAD LOTS. 1014 AND 2300 BROADWAY, GARY. Phone 1147. FREE! Great Offer to livery Reader of TUB TliHES an amn (ssMvcan n sran 19 IH ,! Ill m BMBKl UESSbJ - LaOST) F9S99 son, Fred Konntr Frank, on September 25. Mother and boy doing nicely. Harold Zuver and Frank Prohl of No. Hohman street will b:ic Monday to en ter the Army Training School at Lake Forest, Illinois. The Ci.infi.i t Forwarding Committee of Lake comity w ill hold its t i tular meet mi; in the sowing room in the Central school building' Thursday eeuing, Oc l.iti r 3rd. at -i..ht luck. The Wait -Wall Girls held their itr -Tayse.e Camp Fire si nulling of the year lrst night at tb.e h. Mrs. William I street. The girls ne (f iheir guardian, ihwell on Hoffman made an outline of t he. w ork they mt r was d. eided t.. j week at the l;..l surgical dressme knit at their refill fore. Sorapbooks nd to do t his year. It -pend one i vi iiint a Cross rooms making s and continue to ar meeting as heroto will also be made for ihe soldiers. The all kinds of fancy sell at a bazaar to school seine time next meet Ins will of Loot a Jlaliburt. on Kriil ay woning. giris are also doing work which they will be held at the Irving in 1 leCember. The be held at the home 4! Chicago avenue. 'ctob.-r 1. Where to Worship Meetlngs- at Various Hsmi-ond Churches Salvation Army. 2o7 East Slate street. 1:45 a. m. Company meeting. J:lj p. in. Street meeting. 3:00 p. m. Christian Praise meeting. 7:15 p. m. Street meeting. :00 p. m. Salvntion meeting. Tublic invited. Capt. and Mrs. Bearsley. first Church of Christ, Scientist 730 South Hohman street. 10:45 a. in. Sunday services. S.00 p. in. -Wednesday evening tes timonial meeting. 11:45 a. m. Sunday school. The Associated Bible Students 3 p. rn. I. (. O. F. hall, oproslte Mmas Dept. store. Undenomina tional services. Every Sunday. All welcome. Seats free. No collec tion. Frledena Evangelical Church. Cor. bohl St. and Indiana As Kev. I'eter Well, Pastor. 9:30 a. m.- Sunday sch&ot. 10:30 a. m. Church service. Monroe Street Methodist Episcopal 1 E. Benedict, r-istor. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 11:0 o a. m. Preaching' services. 7:00 p. m. Kpworth league. 8:00 p. m. Evening service. Pine St. Presbyterian Chnrcb. 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. ni Divine service. 6:30 p. rn. S nior Christian Endeavor. 7:30 r. m. Evening service. First Pentecostal Church of the X7a arene, corner Calumet and Michigan avenues. 9:4.1 a. m. Sunday School. 10:4.1 a. m. Trea. hing. 3:0ii p. m. Fontecostal I'nlon praise s rvice. 6:50 p. m. Young rvoples' meeting. 7:30 p. ni. Preaching. Divine Healinff Meeting's Held at our branch, 308 Truman ave., every Sunday, 10 a. m. All free. All welcome. St. Paul's Church (Episcopal.) W. J. Hawthorne. Rector. Flegular services ar.d special musical program Sunday night. Holy Communion. 8:00 a. m. This is the corporate communion of all the women. Sunday school. 9:30 a m. All present on time; special work begins. Mid-day service and sermon with vested choir under Miss McDaniel at 10:45. Evening service and special musical program which follows, at 7:30. 1. Service. Hymn, America. 2. Anthem. "Seek Ye The Yord." 3. Solo, by Miss Hazel Younger. 4. Anthem. "Saviour When Xight In volves the Skies." 5. Hymn, Boy solo and full choir in V the si i end stanza. ! Immanrtels Evangelical Church. I The Rsv. A. J. Hotz, Patter, j sibley street. Phone 1185-W. j 9:1." a. ni. Sunday School. German and English classes. ! 10:30 a. m. M rnmc service. 1 Xo evening service. Ill Methodist Episcopal Church GOOD-BYE, WOMEN'S TROUBLES The tortures and discomforts of weak, leme and aching back, swollen and bloat ed fe, t aiol limbs, weakness, lassitude. j dizziness, nausea, that ired worn-out (ling, nervousness, sleeplessness, as a jiule have their origin in kidney trouble not "feniaie complaints." These general I symptom of Kidney and bladder disease J are well known so is the remedy. -Net time you tool a twinge of pain in the hack or are troubled with headache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in the bladder or pain in the loins and lower abdomen, you will find quick and sure relief in COLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. This old and tried rtmedy for kidney disease and allied derange ments has stood the test for hundreds of years. It dors the work. Pains and troubles vanish and new life and health will come as ou continue their use. When lompletely restored to your usual Igor, loit-.mie taking a capsule or two in h day: they will keep you feeling tine and prevent a return of vour trouble. C.oi.D MKO.M, Haarlem Oil Capsules are mi ported direct from the laboratories at Haarli in. Holland. Get them from your dm g gist. Do not take a substitute. To sealed boxes three sizes. FREE! FREE! n BTtO D2K3 OP Clip out this coupon and brin? It with 5 any clear small picture, photo, post card or snapshot, to Q E. C. Minas Co. J Hammond Ind. I and It will entitle yon to fine life FIE. MO FOETEAIT THEE, size 14x17 inches. A beautiful oval plaque. You do not have to buy a frame for It or pay one penny. Your small pic ture will bo returned unharmed. See artist's work at store. NO MAIL ORDERS. cro em rscoa caa WITH NOTED ITALIAN AVIATOR WHEN HE BOMBED VIENNA WITH LEAFLETS TELLING FOLK OF TRUE WAR CONDITIONS i ieSAOjSSC llX'D-l . tZ'J XlJ This remarkable photo was taken from the airplane of Gabriel d'Annunzio, famous Italian poet aviator, when he dropped leaflets T. .1. Itassett. Pastor. 9:n0 a. rn. Cl'iss meeting. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School and organiz ed Hible classes. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. 2:30 p. m. Junior league. 6:30 p. m. Kpworth league. 7:30 p. in. Evening worship. First Presbyterian. Corner of Highland and Hohman Sta. J. C. Tarrctt, Minister. Thone 1048H. Rally Iay. 9:45 a. m. Pibb- school. 10:45 a. in. Morning service. Subject, "The Measure of Devotion." C:"0 p. m. Junior Endeavor. 6:30 p. in. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. An organ recital by Mr. Bell, assisted by Miss Monbf rg, soloist. First Baptist Church. Rev. I'loyd H. Adams, pastor. 10:30 a. m. Morning service. Subject, "Christian Enlistment." Subject, "Tint Price of a Re ival." 11:15 a. in. Sunday School session. 10:30 a. m. Burnham Sunday school. 1:30 p. m. East Hammond Kindergart en. 2:00 p. m. West Hammond school. 2:30 p. m. East Hammond school. 3:00 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. TT. 6:30 p. in. Intermediate and Sunday Sunday Senior U. Y. P. U. 7.30 p. m. Evening service. Subject, "Religion and Patriotism. St. Paul's Evangelical Clinton street. Ilev. W. Lutheran. 85 F. Lichtslnn. pastor. 9:00 a. m. Sunday School and Bible Class. 9:30 a. m. Preparatory service. 10.00 a. m. Services with Holy Com- mumon. 2:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m. Every member of the church will canvass for Luth eran Church Army and Navy Fund. 7:30 p. m. Services with Holy Com munion. First Congregational Church 10:00 a. ni. Sunday school ftnd B.ble study. 11:00 a. m. Church services. 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Ladies' Aid Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Bowen on Towle street Wednesday afternoon. October 2nd. At 7:30 Wednesday evenig there will he a meeting of the officers of the church In the church parlors. Minister of Moody Institute is ex pected to fill the pulpit. FINE CORNMEAL" DEMONSTRATION i At the demonstration on "Twenty Oes of Cornmeal" given at Columbia school yesterday, there were those in attendance who w re quite ready to testify to the satisfactory prodoucts mad". Anv mind that might bo dubious as to the t ni.! hsomeness of cornmeal would soon be cleared once he has heard what those who tasted the. foods have to say about them. Ther"- were corn meal fruit gems, green tomato pie with cornmeal crust, cornmeal gingerbread, cornmeal Pa rkerhouse rolls, fried mush, all made ar.d served in tho Domestic Science room of the si hoo. The as semblage was cosmopolitan, represent ing housewives, teachers, principal, chil dren. Because of this the Hone Demon stration agnt emphasized to the audi ence the helpful part they could con tribute in winning the war by amelior ating conditions of those not on the battlefield but experiencing both danser and actuality of starvation at home. Intelligent questions were asked. Some of these were: "Is there any brand of currants or raisins that may be used without wash ing'.'" "Do you not have to use soda ith barley flour?" "Should bread rot be kneaded?" In answering these the underlying principles were clearly given so that their application might be recognized in all similar conditions in future when the recipe becomes only an outline and the principles are the keys for success- ful results. Exceptional effort and co-operatior. has been manifest on the rart of those who help in typewriting, transportation, the making of posters, errands, invita tions both personal and written, and in dozens of other ways, sometimes little in themselves, but sometimes essential and large in the aggregate. Those who were present yesterday re ceived recipes, of twenty ways to use cornmeal. and there was evidence of their having grasped the opportunity of its use in their family, us expressed by one lady, who said: "I'm going home and begin with the first recipe and not repeat until we have used everyone." This is the art side of the menu maker. Too many times her family re fuses to eat a food because it is always prepared in the same way. Cornmeal is particularly rich in material for warm in jr. the body, and now is the time to use it largely. ' Other demonstrations will continue ienna from airplane of Gabriel d'Annunzio, showing leaflets fluttering in the air. over Vienna to ffive the Hun driven folk of that city informa tion as to the true state of affairs in the war. The Austrian leaders through the year. Miss Cornell will coin.- to any h.me that will arrange witi her at phone 71, Liberty Hall. HEARNG ISCONTINUED Giving to the Fourth Liberty Loan drive the board of public works this i.iorniuK continued until Monday eve ning at 7:3" the healing of the re nionsli ances against the petition of the t'nited Boiler & Heater Co. to erect a traveling crane across Wilcox street. A number of objectors represented by Attorney Sprout were present this morning and stated that they would return Monday evening. The leader of the objectors is Councilman Hetkel man. SCHOOL TRUANTS TAKENIN COURT Fifteen juveniles were taken before City Judge Klotz today by School At lemlan. e t.-ff icer Patrick Ileilley. charged with failure to attend school. They weje reprimanded and are un der parole; to the court pending good behavior. CANCEL CALL. The Hammond exemption board to day announced that the rail for fifty nine registrants to entrain October 7 for Camp Taylor had been cancelled owing to the epidemic of Spanish in fluenza. ALL TIMES EMPLOYES SUBSCRIBE Every employe of The Times has subscribed liberally for a Liberty Bond. This includes every department composing room, press room, ster otypers. circulation department and mailing room. It lias been the same on each of the. four drives. AT THE ORPHEUM. Hal Bean and His College Girls, a sone and dance act; Markey and Mont gomery, in "Fun at the Seashore;" Cleora Miller Trio: Will Mack, tunes and talks: Merrltt and Morse, comedy singing and talking and Patch and Daisey, Jugglers, are on the bill today and tomorrow at the Hammond orph eum theatre. The Five Medley Mntds and four other acts come Monday for two days. OVER ONE HUN DRED PER CENT The Campbell Plumbing Co.. one of the concerns that have given valuable material towards the heating plant in Liberty Hall, is reported over 100 per cent in the Liberty Loan drive. LIVES IN BOX CAR; RIDES IN HIRED AUTOS The police are today pee!lnT an Italian known as Petro who lived in a box car in West Hammond and is reported to have taken a taxtcah to his place of residence last night with more than $100 on his person. Petro was known to carry large amounts of money at all times. He Is missing. ASKS DIVORCE AND ALMONY Suit for divorce was filed in the superior court at Hammond today by Treasy Ivan vs. Steve Ivan on a rharee of cruel treatment. McMahen and Conrov ask JS.ooft alimony. DEATH OF MR. GEHRKE. Mrs home. John C.ehrk" passed away at her 253 Sibley street, last evening, being caused by typhoid-pneu i death monia. Mrs. Ghrke was 22 years old and besides her husband leaves a little daughter only seven days old and a baby son two years old. Mr. Gehrke is very ill with typhoid-pneumonia. The body will be taken to Knox, Ind.. for burial and will leave Hammond Monday morning. A short service will be held at the home at 9:30 Monday morning by Rev. Bassett and the remains will be shippe-i on the 10:4S Nickel Plate train to Knox. John Gehrke. the husband, is em ployed at the American Steel Foundries. DEATH OF GARY YOUNG MAN Raymond Haley, 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haley, 43 Van Bur en street, Gary, died yesterday after noon at Mercy hospital. Funeral ser vices will be, held from the home to Holy Angel's church with hieh mass .rTbtL ?ZL are keeping the facts from th people. The leaflet told the resi dents how the Italians could drop bombs on the city the same way. next Mondnv morning at. 9 o'clock with burial at Cavalry cemetery. East Gary, j the Finnerty Undertaking Company having ciiarge. BOY FOUND IN HOSPITAL ?!:. -tAt. To tub Timks. WIHTIXC, IND., Sept. 2. A Mint ing mother. Mrs. Susie Eus'cy, of 617 Daidson pine, was much relieved to get a letter from her son. Julius J. l-unchik, nporud missing by the war department last week. Mrs. Bugley's w ire showed lo- was missing from Au gust 11. Her letter states that the boy reached the hospital August 1. A pe culiar Coincidence is that he was taken to the hospital where Walter Smith, son of former Mayor I'red J. Smith of Whit ing, is on tlie staff. The letur from Julius, who enlis'ed April 2S, is as follows: Aug. 23. 191. Dear Brother and Mother: I kt you know that I had my arm hurt and it is getting well. I am in the hospital. I met one of the Smith bos. (From this point Wal ter Smith writes the letter). His name is Walter Smith and his father is Fred J. Smith, who is president of the First National Bank and First Trust & Savings Bank. Walter Smith is ward master in the ward I am in and was a lawyer. His brother, with davit. Hall & Smith. Lawrence Smith is in the hospital too. and comes to see me. They have brought me all the news from Whiting which they have heard. There is a doctor In the ward from Chicago and three Chi cago nurses. The hospital is l". S. A. Base Hospital No. 13. I came here about five flays ago and like it line. (Julius writing again.) Best wishes and regards. From your son and brother. JCLU'S FFNCHIK. Co. L. 111th Inf., A. E. F., France. Followed by the folowing note by Walter Smith: Dear Mrs. Funchik: I wrote some of this letter for Julius, because his arm got tired. He has been here only a few days and is not badly hurt. My brother and I are glad he came here because he is the first Wh.ting soldier we have seen. We will take good care of him. Tours truly. WALTKK H. SMITH. U. S. A. B ise Hospital No. 13, A. P. o. Na. 753, France. STORE PATRONS TO E EDUCATED Daylight Shopping Through Week Must Be Done Hereafter. All stores are anxious to call atten tion to the fact that beginning next week the five-night-a-week closing order put into effect by the Lake County Council of Defense is to be rigidly followed. Patrons of all stores are asked to do their buying through the daytime and through tho week as far as possible so that on Saturdays the stores will not have to hire extra help aid thus nullify the wishes of the L'nited States as regards conservation. It is all a rhatter of education. Peo ple should shop through the day where possible and not l.'ae their week's t rad- j ing go until Saturday. In Hammond' Friday night has been one of the heavi- ! est shopping times during the week and I henceforth patrons are asked to dis-1 tribute their buying through daylight hours. LIQUOR VIOLATOR IS FINED $80 Felix Czakaiaa. arrested on the charge of being a liquor violator, was fined $S0 and given a sixty day sus pended jail sentence in Judge Dun's Gary city court yesterday. Other violators are Sam arrested last night with a quantity of liquor in his possejion. AUTO SPEEDER IS ARRESTED Rensonfl 41."2 Adams street. DRAFT LOTTERY IS SET FOR liflY WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. The n' direction of the provost marshal . . , general the newspapers are required to national urawing to ueiermiiie me order for military service of the newly registered Americans be tween 18 and 45 will be held next Monday. Although only registrants be tween the age of 19 and 20 and 32 and 37 are subject to immediate service, Monday's drawing will give all of the 13,000,000 who reg istered on September 12 an order number which determines his place j in any future call. j It Is probab! ' President Wilson will j draw the first number from th same i glass bowl that was used upon the two previous occasions. A marked departure from former j procedure will be a chang" in the method of making public the actual "order numbers." Only the first 100 numbers will be announced from Washington r.n the date of the drawings. AH the remaining numbers and they will range from 1 to 17.000 will be sent directly to the 154 district boards, which have been in structed to make them available to the j newspapers within their jurisdiction im- l mediately upon receipt. I INVOLVES SLIGHT DELAY. i This, of course, means some slicht de lay in the information reaching the reg istrants, but General Crowder explained the arongement is necessitated by the mass of figures and the time required in the drawing Gary, was arrested last night by tre Gary police on the charge of auto speeding. He furnished bonds for his appearance in the Gary city court. GATHERED AT 110. HARBOR In response to an invitation sent out by Mayor McCormack of Eat Chicago about one hundred and forty ex-saloon keepers and proprietors of soft drink establishments in East Chicago and Indiana Harbor gathered at the coun:il rooms of the city hall yester day afternoon. , After calling the meeting together the Mayor told the men that he had called them together in the interests not only of the city and in the in terests of good order and law en forcement but in their interests as well; that he knew that many of them were selling liquor Illegally and that this practice must stop at once; that they had camouflaged the situation long enough: that the city officials and people of the city could stand it no longer. He called attention to the fact that a number of those silting before him had been arrested and fined and fce also predicted with every assurance tbat four or five of their number were doomed to go to the penitentiary. He paraphrased the scripture somewhat and asked them what profiteth a sa loonkeeper to sell a few gallons of whiskey if he were sent for a term of years to the ren. The mayor concluded by asking ev ery ex-saloon man in the city who held a government license tv sell liq uor to surrender that license within the next ten days. "Fnless this is done freely and peaceably," said he. "$I intend to take away the soft drink license from such individuals as do not respond and to close their places of business indefinitely." Those present realized that the mayor meant business and a large number of them, in fact, came to him at the close of the meeting and shook his hand, tell ing him that he was right and that they would willingly obey. This morning seven or -ight govern ment licenses were recived at the mayor's office and he expects that he will have a hundred on file before night. If this step does not cope with the situation and stop the importation and sale of liquor, it Is the intent of the mayor to ask the government to make of this district a government dry zone and to station troops here to see that the law is strictly enforced. Put a larger Service Star on your Pocketbook. SALOON MEN LIBERTY LUNCH. SUNDAY Served from 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. September 29th Soup. Cream of Tomato. Boiled Ox Tongue, New Spinach, 40c. Roast Domestic Duck, Currant Jelly Sauce, 50c Prime Native Beef, au jus, 40c Entrees Stuffed Veal a la Milanese, 40c Half Spring Chicken on Toast, fried to order, 65c Broiled Liberty Steak, Braised Onions, 40c Vegetables Mashed Potatoes in Cream Early June Peas Green Corn Salad Dessert Bice Pudding withhold publication of the lists until their release by the district boards, with the exception of the first loo numbers selected from the bowl. The work of piekingr out the numbers, one at a time, will consume approxi mately twenty-six hours. It will begin at noon and will require continuous and uninterrupted drawing to complete the task by 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The first great draft lottery occupied sixteen and a half hours. General Crowder explained he was enabled to fix the date by the fact that each of the .$h local boards had final ly assigned to their respective regis trants the individual serial numbers of earh registrant. SYSTEM IS ALTEEED. The Crst drawing of numbers wus flashed to the country by wire as the capsules wre taken from the bowl, be- cause, under the system then prevailing. the order of numbers actually indicated the order in whuh men were called for service. The later creation of the classification systems, however, has entirely altered the situation and the ordr of numbers now only indicates a man's order in his class, and several considerations decide his class. The first number might be held by a man 43 years old. married and having children. He would automatically go in the fourth class. Similarly the holder of the very last number drawn might be a man 15. un married and footfree. He would be practicaly certain to be called to duty soon, although his order number was at the bottom of the list. Mil CITIES II MFECTEO Orders for Utilities Issued by Public Service Com mission. INDIAXAFOLIS, IND., Sept. 23 The public service commission has Issued orders affecting; Warsaw, Winona Lake, Laporte. Peru. Doming and Cicero The I commission authorized a straight five i cent fare between Warsaw and Winona Lake on the line operated by the Winona & Warsaw Interurban Railway Com pany. The company petitioned for a six cent zone fare. Water rates at Ham mond were equalized. The city operates the ultility. The equalization amounts to an average 10 per cent, increase, it is declared. A 28-eent hot water heat rate was established for the Laporte Gas and Electric Company. The commission au thorized the Feru Heating Comrany to add a 10-cent surcharge to heat bills. Both heating companies showed actual deficits last season. The Deming Tele phone Company was permitted to buy the Cicero Telephone Company and to issue $4.00,0 stock to make the purchase. PARENTS GET ANNA BRENNER WACKEGAN. 111., Sept. 28. Area Brenner, a Hammond gijl. who re cently attired herself in sailor garb, and attempted to enter the naval sta tion outside visiting hours with her sailor sweetheart, and who was ap prehended, is at home now with her realtives. GET SOUVENIR FROM SOLDIER SON Mr. and Mrs. "Jan. B. Dye. of SfS Johnson street, Hammond, received a Germa nhelmet yesterday from over there, their son. Sergeant John F. Dye, having found it in a deserted duirout shortly after he arrived at the front in France. Sergeant Dye is serving in the field hospital with the t3rd division, under Major-General Glenn, who had charge of this division at Camp Sherman, at Chiliieothe, Ohio. Garfield Lodge. No. 69, F. A. M., wll hold a Called meeting Monday even ing. Sept. SOth, at 7:30 P. M. for the rurpose of conferring the Eentered Ap prentice degree. Members are urged to be present and visitors cordially wel comed. 0-28 WILLIS R. FORD, Wor. Mas. 141 Siblov Sf. MENU