Newspaper Page Text
fondav. Octohr 7. 1918.
Edward C.Mirvas Conip
i PORT infill!)
I . "Lir JLr JSiLzLlllJ. , SWAMPS
October Sale of Yard Goods
A Splendid Opportunity for Tuesday and Wednesday
Shoppers to Supply Their Yard Goods Needs
This sale offers exceptional value in dress goods, w ash goods and silks. EacS
item listed in the panel below is to sell tomorrow and Wednesday at the special
price listed. The materials are all late colors and weaves. A beautiful selection at
prices that arc sure to please.
AD WOLGAST, ONCE THOUGHT TO BE DYING,
REGAINING HEALTH IN WISCONSIN WILDS
Chicago Pro Stars Are Giv
en a Good Sized Wallop
Yesterday by Hammond
Team in Opening Game of
Tha Chicago All-Stars, a combination
of Evanston North Ends and Cornell
Hamburg vtsrarLa, were defeated by
Hammond tn the first crams of the Inde
pendent football season yesterday, 33 to
0. Only three of the men who aided
Hammond In winning: the state cham
pionship last year were with the Indiana
eleven. Tha same was featured by sev
eral bright Individual plays. The line
up; Hammond (32). I Chi. All-Stars (0).
PiJi.. .. , . . Ryan Backston L.E.
Warne Braeger L.T.
" c - !
Boat in the V'rzlCiJL tM
Boat n the
n fc'A-A . r iiTri rm mTwr l t r
I Smith R.T.
! Meyer RE.
Touohdowns Specht. Meyers, Johns
ton. Smith (2). Goals from touchdowns
TVhitlock (2). Referee Hunter. Um
pire Smith. Time of periods 12 minutes.
Urge Uncle Sam
to Foster Racing for
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Oct. 7. A reso
lution urging upon the government
the Importance of maintaining racing
and breeding horses because of their
value in supply the cavalry with re
mounts, was adopted last night at
the annual meeting of the American
Association of Trotting Horse Breed
ers. The association voted to amal
gamate with the national association,
should such a move meet with favor
from the latter organization.
TJ. S. Takes Maroon
Stand for Barracks
The government has taken ov.r
the huge concrete stand on ths west
side) of ths University of Chicago
football field and converted It into a
barracks. A temporary stairs along
the front of the stand will have to
bo constructed to permit fans to gain
their seats, as all entrances from be.
neath the stands have been boarded
tip. The openings leading from the
interior to the various tiers have
been covered with glass and will be
used for skylights.
BIG TEN TEAMS
Open Regular Schdules Sat
urday; Coaches Are
In spite of the fact that Big Ten foot
ball teams have been practicing for a
fortnight the conference football season
may truly be said to be opening only
this week. Ignorance of the govern
ment's wishes and demands regarding
football in the student army training
Do Not Get Careless
With Your Blood Supply
Impurities Invite Disease.
Yon should pmy particular heed to
any indication that your blood supply
is becoming sluggish, or that there is
a lessening in its strong and vital
By keeping your Mood purified,
your system more easily wards off
disease that is ever present, waiting
to attack wherever there is an open
ing. A few bottles of S. S. SL, tha
great vegetable blood medicine, will
revitalize your blood and give you
new strength and a healthy, vigorous
vitality. Everyone needs it joit 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 Swifl
Labor tory, Atlanta, Ga.
camps was largely responsible for the
failure of the mldwestern colleges to
get under way as scheduled.
Many of the Big Ten teams were
booked to open their regular schedules
Saturday, but had billed games that re
quired a night's absence from school.
which is contrary to the wishes of the
military authorities, so all these con
tests had to be canceled.
The announcement of what will be the
government's attitude toward S. A. T.
C sports was made last Thursday in
Washington and official copies of these
regulations are expected to be in the
hands of the various S. A. T. C. com
mandants today, so Big Ten coaches can
be expected to start work in accordance
with government wishes this aftarnoon
or tomorrow at the latest.
Hammond High school crushed
Froebel High of Gary in their annual
football game last Saturday, 57 to 0.
I'-roebel was unexpectedly weak, how
ever, the Hammond back field played a
driving game and dove through the line
fo rgains of from 5 to 40 yards. Frotbcl
was lamentally weak at tackling, going
too high in most cases. Froebel did no
blocking at all and needs much drill in
Some of the most startling features:
Cearing caught a punt and ran 90
yards for a touchdown.
Hammond tried five forward passes.
three of the five were successful.
Hammond lost two touchdowns by off
Schillo drove through the line with
two and sometimes three tacklers on
Cearing ran tho team well frd?n quarterback.
No team in Lake county ever before
suffered such a severe defeat in the
history of modern football.
The lineup follows:
Buunond (57). Froebel (0).
Tl.U Picrce-Hess Watts L.E.
K.T Howell jl'ook L..T.
K.G Hodanusj Aronson L.Ci
C Seidenbecker Tigel C.
UG.Tng-Scbr-Stkr Kuchinski R.G.
L.T KovacsyjAlbfr R.T.
L.E LundjVarusky R.K.
Q.B Cearing Morse-Die drich.Q.B.
P..H. Shanks-F'lm'rlc'urran-Morris L,.H.
UtB Housley; Scott R.H.B.
F.B Schllloj Bormann-Or'c'u-F.B
Touchdowns Cearing (3). Schillo (2).
Housely (1), Palmer (1). Goals from
touchdowns Cearing (3).
Emerson High of Gary had an easy
time with East Chicago on the latter's
field Saturday, winning by a score of 39
to 0. The Gary squad smashed the op
ponents' ranks for long gains and exe
cuted some pretty forward passes. East
Chicago never threatened.
KILLED IN FOOTBALL
PON-PON'TIAC, III., Oct. 7. Maurice
Thompson, 18-year-old halfback on the
Pontlac High School football team, died
yesterday from concussion of the brain
suffered in a game here Saturday. This
is said to be the first football casualty
reported In central Illinois this season.
If You Don't Buy a Fourth Lib
erty Loan Bond Uncle Sam will be
The Store Windows
Are on Dress Parade
See them today the opening day of International
Newspaper Window Display Week.
: See the goods whose names are so well known to ou
because the manufacturers have advertised their prod
ucts in this newspaper.
See how our live merchants co-operate with the man
ufacturers who co-operate with them.
What our merchants are doing in this city thou
sands of storekeepers in 400 other cities are doing.
The purpose of the event is testified in these signs
vhich mark the store windows: ,
Window Display Week
We Sell These Standard Products.
All Advertised in the Daily Newspapers.
International Newspaper Window Display Week is a
continent wide demonstration of practical co-operation.
II TIE WITH
GAR.T. IXD.. Oct. 7 The F.aclne
Cardinals of Chicago and the Gary
Techs fought to a nothing to nothing
tie here yesterday afternoon. The Techs
had the advantage in the first half, but
the Cardinals evened things in the last
period. A forward pass. Black to Mc-
Gurk. netted the Cards thirty yards
and put them out of danger. Lineup:
Gary (0). Cardinals CO).
L.E - CogleyiConnors L.E.
L.T Buckeye! Allen L.T.
l.d Ceary'Dencer L.G.
C Kerrjwhalen C.
RE O. Human
O'Brien R.T. !
Tork! Hepperley L-H.
Crane Black R.H.
Beautiful New Dress Goods
A Large Assortment of Different Patterns.
F.B Dowdingj White F.B.
Substitutions Thatcher for Robert
son, McDonnel for Dowdlng, Feery for
Mrs. Jake Wickhorst and daughter
vi.ited her son. Milton Wickhorst and
wife of Indiana Harbor last evening.
Mrs. Foreaur of Myrtle avenue is re
covering nicely from an attack of the
Mrs. Cochran left Saturday for her
home in Chicago after a two weeks'
stay at the Thlessen home In Indiana
Mrs. Shroeder of Roberts avenue,
spent the day visiting In Chicago.
Mrs. Fred Binhammer of Myrtl are.
was the guest at a surprise party at
the home of lira. Holtx of Hammond
Mrs. James Clabby of Myrtle avenue
was the guest of friends In Ham
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koieck
of Atchison avenue, a baby boy. The
mother and son are doing nicely.
Frank, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Buehler. has been on the sick
list for several days.
Mrs. Rose and daughter. Tenle. of
Amy avenue, spent Friday in Ham
mond, visiting Mrs. Black.
Peter Bley received the sad news
Friday of the death of his brother,
Jake Bley. at his home In Port Wash
ington, Wis. Death was due to. an
attack of Spanish influenza. His fath
er and two sisters are also very sick
with the same disease.
Mrs. George Ilolsworth and daugh
ter of Pearl street, were guests of
Mrs. James Ryron of Hammond Friday.
Mrs. Steve Langohr and Mrs. Ed
ward Lan;rohr and children were the
guests of Mrs. Wittmer of outh Chi
Arthur Utusch of Myrtle avenue Is
confined tD his home with an attack
of Spanish influenza.
Edward Kline of Hammond, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Julier
of Indiana blyd.. last evenlg.
Mr. and Mrs. Rauch and children of
Blue Island visited at th Johnson
home in Lake avenue today.
Mrs. William Bahn of East Sidt, vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. Albert Schaef
WRITTEN ON THE WALL
Scotch Tweeds Brown and white and
black and white mixtures, also stripes
and checks; 56 inches wide. c-t rr
Chiffon Panama Black, navy, beet,
plum, brown and grey, very service
able for sklrt3 and dresses, o-g qo
54 inches wide. Yard J? A. oJ
Poplar Cloth Cashmere and Armure,
half wool, mill lengths, all dark oo
colors. Yard iJy
Velour Suiting All wool, the most
.stylish material for suits and coats;
plum, navy, green, taupe, seal and ele
phant, 56 inches wide. Per c- o"'
yard JpD. OO
School Plaids Bright colors, wanted
for children's wear, worth oii
UPc. Yard 2V
Worsted Plaids 26 inches wide, wears
as well as all wool, correct weight for
skirts and dresses; worth jqi
S9c. Yard 43V
French Serge Fine twill, soft drapy
finish, eo much in vogue, all wanted
colors, 42 inches wide. Per q- p-q
Tourist Serge Plaids in all the beauti
ful autumn color combinations, pretty
stripes and all street shades, in plain
and herringbone weaves, 33 q- oq
inches wide. Y'ard J?A.otJ
Latest Designs fn Fall Silks
The Largest Selection of Colors.
Silk Poplin Bright lustrous finish,
black, white and 37 colors, 36 0 .
inches wide. Yard JOv
Chiffon Taffeta 36 inches wide, soft
finish that will not crock or break, ev
ery desirable shade and c-g
color. Yard ?A.oU
Plush Velour for Stoles Muffs, coats
and trimming, 50 inches wide, long,
close, lustrous pile, black o-' ra
and seal. Y'ard D.clo
Shirting with multi-colored" Cr j
silk stripes, 35 in. wide. Yd 0?V
Satin Messallne Evening and street
colors, including the much wanted
blue colors, bright glossy q1
finish. Yard OA.OJ
Crepe de Chine 36 inches wide, the
crinkle will not wash out , the light
colors wanted for waists and lingerie
wear; silk and cotton mixture makes
it more desirable than silk. tzcj
Wash Satin In white and flesh, comes
from the tub like new, 32 n 4S
inches wide. Yard vA.-iO
Wash Goods at ths Lowest Prices
You Will Find What You Need Here.
Flannelette 36 Inches wide, dress
and kimono patterns, well Or4
Bath Robing Heavy fleeced, revers
ible, 27 In. wide, Indian and rQA
pther pretty patterns. Yd JJv
Plisse Crepe Pink, ekv, la
tan and the fine crinkle for
Colored Outing Flan
fieece on both sides, s
plaids, checks, 32 in. w
nel Heavy jfj
Cotton Challie Make your warm bedding and save b
ior me soiaiers; norai and perslan patterns, 36 r-i
inches wide. Yard... i4C
Japanese Kimono Crepe Japanese, bird, floral and persian
patterns, every color, 32 inches wide. nn ,
HpELEPHONING has been made
-1- simple and easy, yet it is neces-
sary for a person to follow set rules
when he makes or answers a call.
There is a right way and a wrong
way to use the telephone.
The right way is given in the form
of suggestions which are printed in the
telephone directory. If carefully fol
lowed, these suggestions will be found
a distinct aid to the telephone user.
CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY
Ths handwriting: U plain. Don't
Ignore it. Fre book of in traction
on canning and drying' may be bad
from tho National War Gardra Com
mission, Washington, D. C, for tw
cnU to 'pay posUg.